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The Lebanon Express.
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This convention tnctnt Alhnny on the
ltlh Inst, ut 2 v. M., w ith quite a pwl
deleft ion from iiiot nil the ortrnnl.ctl
reclnctm The meeting vu cnllot to
oiler ly Rvv. T. J. Vi!on, of llulsey,
ehairmun of (ho county lctiiiiic.
Col. Woodford, of lllinoin, hclngnre
cnt was called upon and nddrctmcd tho
convention, tit eonaldirnhle length. In
tho course, of litr. Woodford's rt'iunrkx
ho touk oeenHion to cxjh'ko the filly
twaddle of i ho OrymMtn, In which
that par continues to Multify it.-'lf
lx-fore an enlightened puhlie, ly de
claring In the face of the most coiivhu--Ing
testimony to the contrary, that
prohibition don't irol libit. The Col.
(rave ido a few fact and figures allow
ing the initraile failure of high license
in Chicago, Oiuuha and Kansas City.
fctcj were taken to secure a thorough
organization of all those favoring the
Prohibitory Amendment, In every pre
elnet In I.lnn county. Other nc'.cssary
steps were taken looking to a thoiough
canvass of the entire county, and judg
ing from the das of men, composing
this convention ami the spirit of Invin
cible determination manifested by nil
those v ho gave expression to their feel
. lug and purposes ou tliin oecasinti, we
predict a good tight for the amendment
in this county. rrolmhly a better chifs
of men never n-ascmhlcd In any cause
in this or any other county, in the state
of Oregon. And certainly, . nobler,
and grander cause, never called true
patriot together. Vl may every
man w ho loves hi home, and his coun
try, veil may every father ami toother,
who tove their nous and daughter?,
Join In the grand, and patriotic effort
to five our own beloved Mate from the
blighting, withering curse of the sa
Each citizen of Oregon has an in
terest In the whole state. It is not fair
for a whb.ky-loving Portlander to f.r
bid a law by which the ret of the state
may lie rid of the liquor c 11. Each cit
izen of Oregon must cant his vote for
the leuelit of the whole state.
Proceedlngs of County Convention.
dm vent ion called to order by Rev.
T. J. Willson, member of State Com
mittee. On motion Rev. T. J. Wilson was ap
pointed chairman pro. trm.
On motion O. 11. Irvine was elected
secretary pro. rri.
On motion J. F. Ilciidriekson, K.
!. and O. 11. Irvine, .were ap(Hiuc
cd as a committee on credentials, and
were instructed to report immediately.
The committee on credentials there
submitted the following report:
We, your committee "on crcilentiaN,
respectfully report that we find the
following representatives present and
wntitled tosjats in this convention:
East Alhany J. M. Archibald, U.K.
tlnysendofler, Moses Miller, J. K.
Knox, II. T. Webb, Js. 1. Payne, II.
West Allnv-(3. W. Orav, M.
Brink, K. I Rrvat), t. It. Irvine,
C. M Farland, V. C. I Iced, S. O.
Halsey W. C. Smith, J. W. Rector,
K llond, Mrs. Wilson, James lknd,
11. C. Davis.
Scio It. II. Irvine.
Crawfordsvine llev. II. Role, R.
Glass, James Scott.
llrownsTille lVter Hume.
Franklin ltutte John Jtryant. Jas
per Crabtrce, J. A. Richardson, Tho.
Ielanon Mrs. F. II. Roseoe, J. F.
lleiulnekson, F. M. Miller, Rev. C. .V.
Wooley, J. It. St Inc.
Orleai A. M. Acheson, William
Patterson, A. Y. Smith.
On motion of P. 11. Webb the reiort
The chairman then stated the objoet
of the convention.
On motion of P. II. Webb, the tem
orary officers of this convention were
declared the permanent ofllcers.
Col. George Woodford, of Illinois,
being present was then invited to ad
dress the convention, and entertain
ed the convention for half an hour
with some eloquent and encouraging
words, encouraging the progress of the
On motion, a vote of thanks was
unanimously tendered Col. Woodford
for his address.
Report of committee on credentials
was read recommending that Dr. U. F.
Crawford and D. P. Porter were enti
tled to seats in this convention, was
P.H.Webb moved that a commit
tee of three be appointed to nominate
an executive committee. Peter Hume
of Brownsville, moved to amend by
adding the name of t lie president to
such committee. Motion prevailed.
The president appointed A. M.Ac-he-son,
Peter Hume ajid B. II. Irvine as
The chairman called R. Robe to the
Moved by A. M. Acheson, and car
ried, that the committee appointed to
nominate an executive committee, be
requested to report in ten minutes.
On motion of F. M. Miller, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted :
Jicohcd, That the editors of the
State Riffht Democrat and the Jlcr-ald-Dirxainator
! requested, if not
inconsistent with their views, to sup
port the pending prohibitory amena
Hient. The committee appointed to appoint
an executive committee, submitted the
Your committee appointed to nomi
nate an executive committee, would
respectfully report the following names:
Rev. T J .'Wilson, O. H. Irvine, H.
Bryant, C. H. Stewart, Rev. II. P.
On motion of F. M. Miller, the same
Moved by O. W. Gray, that the ex
ecutive committee lie instructed to pre
pare plans for raising and distributing
lunds, and to circulats euttscriptious
for that purpose, among the various
precincts. Carried unanimously.
On motion, the convention adjourn
T. J. WnfN President.
O. H. Irvine, Secretary.
When incubators are used, the cgjrs
should daily be properly aired and al
lowed to cool slightly. 'This is in imi
tation of the ben, and is tipjosed to bo
A YOUNO WIFE DEAD.
Bab In Arms, Shs Is Shot Down
by Hsr Husband, who lhn Shoot
Himself. Particulars of th Snd
tn Thnrsdny night of last week,
alout It o'clock, n most sickening lragi
dy was enacted near McCoy, nhoiit
twelve miles west of Hnlem n the wi-st-crn
division of the t)rcgoii & California
rnlrload. Oscar M. Kelly, son of .1. 1.
Kelly, a well-to-lo and filtihly respfs-l-able
tanner of I'olk county, shot mid
Instantly killed his w IfcClara, and then
Httcniptid his ow n life, under the fol
In scptcmlHT, l-H4, (War M. Kelly
niarrieil tiara tilamlon ut Amity, iii
Polk count v, she Is-ing a dauirhtcr of
S. t himloii, and old and highly re
spectable ivlicut o Polk county, w ho
formerly, w ith his family, as n resi
dent of Salem, where tliey nre well
known. The Is-neof the nn"irilnire was
two Isiys, one hImhiI '22 and the other tl
months old. After their marriage the
couple moved to Albany, where Kelty
had secured i inplovnicnt as n clerk In
one of the stores In that place, lie
soon Is'it-an to drink locxei-ss, and neg
lected his w ife and home to such nu ex
tent that she concluded to return to her
father's home and permanently semr
ate herself from her husband. Kelty
afterwards fn-ouei.tly tiled to icrsuadc
her to live with him again, but ns he
still continued In his drinking habits
and showed no evidence that he would
treat her her otherwise than In thlabu
slvc which led her to leave him, she re
fused to leave her father's house. He
several times tried to force her to return
to him, but he was always tinsttc-s
On Tuesday Kelty came down from
Albany and' went to the house of his
fathers, hetwts'it McCoy and Zciia. lie
made no attempt to see his wife until
the evening of the Irajjvdy, Whig en
pnrd meaiitiiiie in buying wisil for a
San Francisco and Albany llrni at lall
as and other tow lis of l'oik coimy,
Til K AWH'I, CKIMKm
While at Perrydale he fund ut
from Harry (alandou brolher-ln-laW,
that h'.s wile wns at her fathers home,
and in Ihecveuiinrheeallcdat tilandoiis
aUiit o'ehs k, the family having re
tired, and knoeked loudly and asked to
st-e tiara. She came to "the dsr and
luvilttl Kelty intolhepnrlor. She wore
a hsise tlow'liiK owii, and bore here
balto in her arms.
After her hustiand entered the follow -IngVonvcrsation,
ovrhard by a liirxt.1
who slept overhead, cinucl:
"Will von live with me, t iara?"'
She rcpli.d: ' .No I won't."
Cry inn" You wou't.w'on't you'"'Kity
wlupjHsl out a revolver, and two pii
tol shots in quick succession followed,
and a heavy issly fell to the flsr.
Mrs. ti'landon was titt to reach the
parlor dsr, and the site that nut her
eyes vn one that w us einvugh to freeze
herbUssl with lnrror. l.yiiigiiton Hie
tl.sr. weltering in her blood, with her
ehilil elasis-d convulsively to her breast,
lay Mrs. Ktltv, mur.Kretl by her hus
tmnd. Clos by, on his knees, was Kel
ty, who had evidently directed the se
cond shot at himself, with one hand on
the floor, as if tryintr t rise, while the
other giasjs-d a -HM-alibre revolver,
which lie pointed at his mother-in-law,
but lacking strength to lire the weapon
his arm dropped nervel.ss by his Mdo.
Mrs. (ilamlou tlel, taklnii with her.
her ls-year-old latihter, who had
meantime arrived uisai the scone.
When Kline, the liinsl man. entered
the room, Kelty had fled, and the mor
dent! wwman was just expiring, with
her anus around her ialc, with her
hands clasped as in the net f praying.
The ball had entered on the left side
of the head, just altovc the ear, Imrcly
pctietrat lug the bniin and then ranging
directly downward and Ksliiing in the
left, lnvast, just alMivc the nipple. From
the diriH-tioii w hich it took it apearcil
that she had dropped ujsn her kiiccs,
as if in entrentv to her hultaud not t
murder her. The hair on the child's
head was humid by powder, and the
bullet Imivly tnissisl it. Its face also
U'ars piwilrr marks.
Till: SKAUClt I-!K KKI.TY.
News of the murder spread rapidly,
and a crowd gathers! around the house,
and the search for Kelty began. He was
traced through the I writ and dew-wet
gras, and early In tiie morning was
fouinl at a neighUr's Mr. Alexander,
alsnit a mile and a quarter from the
scene of the murder, ami within a half
a mile of his fathers house. He Was
lying upon a sofa U fore a tire, and uiv
on in-holding his pursuers, he weekly
exclaimed: "It will all be over in a
few minutes, itoys."
It was found that Kelty was tmdty
wounded, the bullet having entered the
left breast, near.the nipple, anil lodged
just under the shoulder blade. His
wound is a lad one, but he will prolm
bly n-cover. A physician afterwards
proln-d for the bullet but could not lo
Kelty was weak and nerveless, and
when 'asked why he committed the
murder he could only respond: "I do
not know." lie is :i years of age, ami
was liorn at present. homo of his father.
His deccascit wife was 22 years old.
Ktlbrt has been made to find the pis
tol, but so far thesearch has Is-cn fruit
less. The murderer purchased his i-artr
ridges, at Perrydale, and in the morn
ing at McCoy called Utnn Railroad
Agent tlraves and asked to !o allowed
to enter the deimt where his trunk was.
From the trunk he tin k the pistol, load
ed it, and fired one chamier from the
depot platform tow if it was loaded
properly. This was about H o'clock.
Then he went and committed the fear
Coronor ICirpatriek was called and
held an inquest, and the verdict of the
jury was in accordance with the fore
People sympathize entirely with the
woman, and nothing but Kelty's rc
sXftable connection and hitherto good
reputation save .his neck. A guard has
I (ecu placed over him at his home, where
his wants are being attended to.
For a g:xxl meal, goto the City Res
taurant Albany. Meals 2 cents. tf
We Have Leased the
And will iilnoe the same in proper coivlnion to
receive Krin. and we solit it llie sttirupe of fauie
from the farmers lar ami near. We will
Pay Albany Prices. '
CHi nCIIILL & MOXTEITII,
C. H. K.vlnr)N,
Forty acres of good farming land, one
fourth mile wet of Santiam Acad
emy, Iebanon, Oregon. Crop
Price, $50 per Acre. One-half, Cash;
For particulars enquire of A. R. Cyrus,
r of J. N. McDonald on premises..
( U. MONTAOIJK'S COLUMN.
The Good Times Have Reach
Mwitainie'i ! Ptr enh ilurtiiy h rt wn-l
wt-PHtnirwtslenl-llj- lurjr,- murly doulite h
lhi-y n na iht- miiiip tl.i lei June nujr llmi dur
ing lln? ft f.flii jr-r. !nt irk,l nt V r
l1o, rtn.vi Ink and Urtif SYiv .1'1I-Ihk
! iiinl finr II. 1 nm tis l ln l roii'tairl
iihfhtciKmltv In 01 nm-.-r ! bw1-. 1 1
1ie.' Ml'- aisl rhlil:vnV 1mh-, I iwleij In rut
! variety, wlillo tir u nlit mrii, my. a i.) rial
trvi, I oin tn-ltiiiit an cl. imut U'w im V. n t In.-.
hal, cn.lli "II.HI tlS," warmti!i-t. kr hIhn-o
aixl lre fhot', -ln-ii Myll"h an.l ilnrtil.U-. Tlw-v
l.xla ImmikIiI fir rh. al very low rne. mi l
will Ik- mIiI wllhmil n-xanl li lh lrtrr- iriv.(i'
ally rharyisl tr oihvt hision fm- Inft-rt-ir (rmt'.
Tte frl.-t.l thon it. ami llr!r 1.irilin trl,
irn i'U- llH'tu lolhy wil l'h li.li -f uleel."
M.miIubmo tu Jnl hitof n-U-rit. an1 11 way
Ih r rullr arvHirvl hi fKiHlill-hmonl Linl-w U;e!r
u lie iif lilm. r'JliV lln- In-art tin- M fvu
llenian. whit feel, thai lil lulr am mih iUt km at
rsfiof I lmnon u. I vlriuity fit tlio He-t (ifioi-u
y ar, L m.l kl'Ktly npir,--lBti'1. A M.tniociu
l horr lo mhv. tt ill tie n hl Intenxt. a well a
your. tr aive yiwi Oill valiw t y.ir mii4-T tviy
llmo. Alway k l liiiiitgiH-' ftr yeitr iivtl .
Monlamie htm !olr? lo i-on'ntt tlic eielo
l.ui- f 1 ((iMK-n. nmt ill make t framic i f
fors lovanl thl -nl. It in-!i In Ut
r.iiiH-tfrrM mattiur? Ihi-ir l-uini" In llwir wn
way. Hi- w 111 liny lii r.l" at the -ry Vi,-l
nip ln-n hi. ha (ho .i-h to juty f.r llu-m, ami
If h- cVksi -n il llu-m Iowt limn others, n-mvin's r
lUat he wll -x-lii.l'ly fr 1 a-h. an-1 thtrv w Im
I uy from him ill net have to ty lln-lr ita (
r vvr lail l."ttv w hV n-if irtimsu-ly. mslit glv
Inc house tiMiofti-n maic. Isik over hi t k
an t m-l hla jtriew.
"Han it wr Uniwr fm ihf miter salt,
Tlu- cry l. Mill th-y eom- !'"
New rtit.mter atv lieinff aMs daily to M.mta-
aln--1y lanre lit of ttin. Tliey hny ItM-lr
mii'iii at hi nwmmoih V-b t.wp an-l co away
.i t-ti.sl. a-l.U aV ane r:-cU lit every rv
h, while his prion atv tuiu-h louer than
MontHBiSJ lnlenltt to ny a few W"nl..llil not-k
am hi aiteiiiiHl nvts4racle ami ehronlc kl-ker,
hut he w ill (K-isl for the rcH-iit.
Ther it a certain oM family who. f.n- many,
many n-nluries has uh-1 for tin tnctto tint wonts
i'avb, AlweM." CtNistnw Ihera M you llko.
With she kintet w Hips for hl lVh-nl ami a
torn defiance to his foe. Monlumie will eonllniw
at I he old .land dl.-uitii; hi pssl al tlir lowest
livinir rsle. knnwttiK well that luycrs will K"
where the) can do the best, and when they arv
nre of O'tlinir IOO cant' worth for a dollar,
vary tlma. Inp in and net hiin.
I hav no a:rnl on my wiyle of a tvertislna :
neither do I advertise tuylf a "-LeadoT." l!e-memls-r
this : The creat lieart of the world i
jut." I am Kttisiled, and 4ufoundly Ihankad for
the jssjde vcnliet.
C. B. MONTAGUE.
Cliurdim iMoiitclli's Spacr.
Churchill St Montflth
Come to tin? front thl.i week with the
II nest line of Infants' mid chlldrciiM'
Hl'intfheel hIiihx, MImhcn' ta' slipper,
and lufniitn broiie kid Maintain, that
hits ever been carried in Lebanon.
Wc Hon I-orivu
This week to call your attention to our
extensive flock ot summer jaooils, a
Mirtlon of wlileh are now displayed in
our corner window, liu-laidiuir Ihwiim,
lattice clieckn, carreau de oririindlen,
cable cord, mid embroldi red roben. In
tilt of which we hnve made iistonlshliio;
leiluet Ions. Come mid -ce for yourm-lf.
We are pushing the nale of our straw
i mmIm, as we have n lariie Ktm-k on
hand. Now l a rare opHrtunity to
lly reading the eastern fashion Iihr
arrs vou will see tlmt tlolted HwIhh, in
while and color, and liuht colored In
dia iiiuIIh, are nwd iiite extensively
In nctkinit upd'imiiier dresst tt for-ladh s
and children. We have u Hplcndid as
sort nunt of these (roods.
let one f IhitH' "Perfection" hnm-miH-kn,
ao that on these hot summer
day you can keep cool and swlmr In
the shade and rexil Churchill A Moii
l llh's space In the I'.XI'HKkh.
We have the llncft uhhoi tinont of
ladien' silk and lisle cloven that ban
ever In-cn si'H ill l.elniion. Hoiuethln":
that ttill plense I he ladien.
Again we call the attention of the
fm nieia to our full-sln k plow sIhm-s.
They are tiudotiMcdlv the lsst nud
ebetiiM-st in town. We have them nl
the following price: il.od, f2,
2.50, Ulid every alr given satisfaction.
Your auxioiin to please,
t III in Hil l. MoM I I i n.
Atk roar rrUllrr f. Ota Original f 3 Hh.
Hawara uf Iraliaiiuna.
Waaa walra fcrarlat thlaHan.
lMvltn HMHoi,tmiirtwi tt Tjk-.
urn win rriiiff yott iitirm
tltm how to llila hli
41 uneiiin nvt
Tfila tan HUanda MhM" In thr Mtlmatfnn rf
Wmrm than ny olhr in lh w.rltt. Tb'ttwuifHt j
V W Mb IBM W aV WW tHtH
Churchill & Monttith
Lkmaxiiv, - - Oittu.
C. IVtcrsi ni's Sjvuh'.
The World Type-Writer
WHAT IS IT?
The Machine Answers for Itself.
A Machine to ;lo the Work of the Pen.
If you write much or little, vu in-ed
a Tyn-Vritcr, costing you Imt $10
that will do your toik niiieh In-tlcr
than n macliine for which you will pay
Pen writing I slow and tirvMoino. It
waste time, and time is money, no
matter what your tx-oupation. The
continued use of the pell exhausts
Innly and mind.
The n-n cannot Keep pace with
thoughts. Often the Inst are lt. The
liliii'l iK-colilc.n cloggnl, the jwiwer aif
rapid -oni;s'sit ion relnaiun undcvclo
tsl, and your written pnsluet iout lack
the brilliancy of extemporaneous
HKHH-h. Time, hinUh and Ihehigltost
capaltilitien aii t valuable to ln wast
ed, lleiuv the demand for n rapid and
easy writing machine. After many
attempts Mtcccssi hail Ln.eii attained in
The World Typo-Writor, j
which embodies the fiinilanicnlal prin
ciple of writing niachfncs, and -.;-braces
patciitiil deviec wlc.li are Vs
lievinl to In- essential t the construc
tion of a succcBsful and prt-cticul lyin--writer.
It is the result of costly cxjie
rimenting, ami is the nearest approach
to perfection for the money it costs,
which has yet Ini-n lirodueed. It uc-ccM-sfuily
meets the demand, and
WALT- C. riiTliRSOX;
is ready to supply that demand ami
prove to the people that the H'ortf
J'fpr- Writrr in mightier than the pen,
as the "pen is mightier than the
sword." You can buy one from me for
7' DtJltirg, (111.00) and make your
self and family happy. Call and sec
them work, if you do not wish to buy
one. They ure on exhibition at my
LEBAXOS, OH EG OX.
t - "VS n
sca m jtv.
You -:- Certainly
Why don't you go to II LA IX, . tho
, Leader In Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADES,
From Kaslein l actorit.
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap.
BARGAINS IX I-VMKY
We lire contldent of Pleiislng you. All
we ask 1s llu oppoituuity of
Through our Stock.
wi: Ai-Ko k ix htm ic
The Celebrated ErownsYille Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
Icaling Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
J. L.ttiWAX. i. M. ItAI.-TitN. J. W t I SII K.
BANK of LEBANON,
l.t-l i.-ilioi i, Oi eon.
Transact a General Bank
x ing Business.
Account Kept Subject to Check.
i:xni A X UK HOLD ox
Hew York, San Francisco, Portland and
COLLECTION.- MA UK
On Ii vorntjlo Torins.
H. K. MOXTACUE,
3 Forolgn and Domostic
1 t3ritclie tl S
Andrews & Ilackleman,
LEBANON. OREGON. '
WALLACE A THOMPSON,
3 Geyscrite Soaps.
3 Al.UANV, OKKf;.
WILSON & WKSTFALL,
Livery and Feed Stable.
Daily Hack to Lebanon.
Fare Each Way, 50 Cts.
GOOD TURNOUTS AND
At lIo;oi lttljle Kcitcti
GIVE USA CALL.
SMITH & HAMMACK,
Lehanon Junction. Oregon,
AUK 1'AYINO THK.
Highest CASH Price
tf2T Sacks Furublicd ou ArpUwtion
G. T. COTTON,
Groceries & Provisions
TOHACCO AND CKJAIW,
HMO IC lilts' ARTICLES.
c onfisction.sk v
Queensware and Glassware,
LAMPS AND LAMl' EIXTUHliS.
Maty S.t fa-fainon, Orcfnn
Lebanon & Sweet Home
H. Y. GIBSON, - Propriotor.
Carrying U. 8. Mail.
ijnavp lj lMinon m M.jtidiv. W!iM-lajr are! j
aturilayn. l:i luriilaic .aim ility. j
n.Ti ok faiii;:
Ij-lmtinri to OaatnrilW nr Wa'crt'Ki .Kirtii.
U tiaiioii to Harwi Home.....
Good Naw Hack and other Ac
rarH itmlrlia to gn In any of llie !iove linxxm'
l.ln'. uii liuervoiihitf ilnyn a 111 ! apciHiuuu
daivU ty api-lyinc al rnjr rvUuwx til
II. V. GIBSON.
Harkncss '& Mayers Uros,
Horse Shoeing- and Gen
ALL WOIUC WARRANTED
TO (1IVK SATISFACTION,
Prices to Suit tho Times.
aivj: I S A CALL.
ANOTHER CUT IN RATES!
I Ix p l-nvc to nnnoiiri'v to the farmers of L,inn county, that I am ntill in
liiiticw at the OM Stand, and bxve Jtwt received from the Utat
Lirge Stock of Wagoa Timber, Daring the Cut in height Rates,
And I um M illing the former and jM-ople pcncrally should havo the
' Htiuio. Auv one w irIniiL ui'on Iti
I'lllltiR nil 1-ciiulM f -wtiels, por set uoo
" Nvlieol - a to co
Xow Met of nvIiooIh - - - - - - 30 00
I3oltort SfiricilKfjrcls ond Tongaes. ocl 1 1 00
Hlckoiy A.nIus, each - - - - - 00
tSllrKlw Spolcos fni Follows, ouch - ao
Everything else in Proportion. All work Warranted.
ICcmcmU-r the plncc one door Mouth of Arthur A iihop's blacksmith fShop
A. C. HAUSMAN, - - NOUTII BItOVNSVILLE,'OREaON.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, & Glass.
V Complete Stock of Stationer,
LADIES' TOILET ARTICLES.
Prescriptions a Speciality.
NKXT DOOK TO V. IJ. DOXACA.
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and -:- Medicines
-SPaiiits, Oils and Glass.-IV-
Fine Toiiet Soaps, tombs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Haiti Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
-AND DEALER IN-
Cofliiis, Caskets, Trimmings and Burying Robes.
Doors, Window Blinds, Locks, Hanging-Nails, Etc.
Main Etcst, 3
Horse Shoefng'a Speciality
K. C. Watkins,
SWEET HOME, - - OllEOOX,
Repairing of All Kinds at Rea
SImh Iiij nil nrotind, new nhoc-n, tl.7.
lluving Incuted to may I ak a nhare of
the jiuMlc patroniige.
11. C. W ATKINS.
I. F. CONN,
Contractor, Carpenter and
i rt o. o :t: vir.
i ricii la ot, opcbinaiiuiia
ON SHORT NOTICE.
All Kind of Carpenter Work Don an4
rrIofcf Ver" Konijonatle.
At. HA XV & LEBANON, OIIWKJN.
A Double Circular Water
Power Saw Mill,
NEAR LEBANON, OR.
Capacity about 5000 fret per day. AW
l'J ncrt s of ImiiU on which the saw
mill In located.
A lm have ft large utock of
First Quality Lumber
At low cat market rati a for caah.
G. W. WHEELER, Lebanon, Oregon.
- imiriiiir dune, will iik-oae notice mr
of -:- Furniture,