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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1887)
. " . ;jik Kxrnvss jrocs to its
- an t'ij;Iit-eoi!inm paper. We
mlc tills improvement for our
aciora lirtictit, niul hope they will ap
jMVje our emkavors to give them as
;rgo, iuIA hewsy paper as is published
in the courrjC- The cnlargvuient hiw
iieecvssarily incurred to us some addi
tionf expense in the way of material,
paper, etc., and we hope any one owing
us will pWa.se remit. If 3 011 want a
good, live paper, representing the var
ious Interests of Linn county, subscribe
for The Express. Price as heretofore
?2.00 per year, in advance.
LICENSE OR PROHIBITION
The question plain and simple, do
you want license or prohibition in Ore
iron? is addressing itself daily to the
voters of Oregon, and a choice between
these two nxxles of dealing with the
traffic must lie made on the Sth of No
vember next. In the settlement of this
question it is well to keep in mind the
fact that a license law is alwavs more i
difficult fr. pnfnm. tlmn n nmhiHfnrv
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one. It is a notorious fact that all reg-
, , ,
ulative laws have been most flagrantly
and sliamefulU- trampled upon bv the
whiskey traffic, always, aud every- i
where. It Is nufsfl than fnllv. tliPii. tn
rai2e tha cry that Prohibition won't
prohibit, for it is absolutely certain that
restriction will not restrict. In this
connection it would lie well for every
rjver of bis country to ponder the no
ble words of President Seelye, of Am
herst college. He says:
moral tone of the community
is towered by licensing the liquor traf
fic. Whether it is right or wrong per
e, tob.vVDi--sell, or drink intoxicating
IHjKor, is a question I douot now care
to argue.- This question loses its inter
est to jne, in the face of the appalling
Ciete with which the traffic confronts
as. Tlere is wo single channel through
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ravaaes ofdisease.no devastations of i
such woe as this."
uen a statement no intelligent per-
son will be likely to doubt, and no hon-
est one would deny. Xow, to license j
the liquor traffic, on the view that the!
enormity of this evil can be regulated
impossible as experience has thus far j
shown tins to be to sanction the open-'
ing of these flood-gates on the pretense j
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mai to Keep tnem snut, is to mmnge j
upon the liberty which a wise govern
ment should ever guard, is only, as it
eeems to. us, the enslavement of the
many for the freedom oi the few, an
attempt whose result is likely to be the
bondage of all, and makes the commu-
nity itself a party to wrong doing. This
cannot be dhne without IwyerATg 'its'
own moral tone. -
i lie revmie.Ttim license iaiis
lest where the burthen ought to be the
least. High license may add to the
price of the liquor bought and con
eumed, -but it does not, so far as we can
learn, diminLthe amount consumed.
An intemperate man is not likely to
drink more because liquor is cbeap,nor
less because it is dear; the difference
between three or four cents a glass
'iTIakc-s'no difference to him, but the
enormous taxes for high license are
wrung from the wretchedness of worse
than widowed wives, nd worse than
orphaned children !
That the prohibitory amendment
will be carried in Oregon outside of
Portland is now frankly conceded by
as the battle ground, and all the work
and energy that monev can command j
will be expended there by the whi.key !
men and their emissaries to rope in all
the "old drunks" to vote for whiskev. !
They will attempt to import "roughs" i
skpv in m?it rrp-!
vious to the election. This is the class j
iiivn s,uvu ueiuus tn misery ikhv uvtTfLiufr nnu w huiih c-'.' iivi ,
n. i.,,.,,.., ,i. . i, n, j., x-- .. . . , ...
of every sort from Washington territo- j ' -- " ." "
ry, and lots of J'scum" will live high ; sold m a fat cndi ion carry away less
on free whiskev in Port kind lust nre- of the of thesoilthan thesame
to lie largely depended on to carry the e cattle-owners are justly indig
State against prohibition. It is upon ! nat a tlic outrages committtcd on
tnis class of creatures tliat tne rumsel- .
vrs of Portland base their boasts that
i, r ;
. . . o-erwhelming majority in
crunterbalauee that from
rfitTbutside. What a responsibility
rests uyon the prohibitionists of Port-
laud! That they realize it, we want no f
better evidence than the fact that thev !
organizing in a manner which will be ',
most effectual in their encounter with
tnd void of principle. To meet this
opposition the friends of the
Idment in Portland must be thor-
Iv organized and equiped for a
fight. "Right is might," friends.
'nal vigilance is the price of liber
Let us all be on the alert.
leveland is throwing olTall dis
his candidacy for the renom-
-vro7inr not talk generally
ion the subject, but he is making his
ans openly, and they indicate that he
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:,v" no Ioniser has any fears that the
v.i, j i 4- . -1, , -, , i
-w i5 delegation w ill be divided.:
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has definately agreed to go hkiuth
October and toM Senator Colquitt,
.orgia; recently he thought he
would steit about October loth. The
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frequent visits of Senator Colquitt to
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the W hite House give color to the re -
. M.. that i rri;t.rl I-,v nonnn wrr
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he President, that Secretary La-
o V become an Associate-Justice
: United States Sujreme CViurt,
-t Oilquitt-is to succeed him as
iy of -the Interior.
e rursFdistricts are usually con
ned to flvor prohibition. This is a
at cftni ssion for Oregon. Portland
e ony place which is much of a
. It casts about 6,000 votes; the
. w upwards of 40,000. It
. ' 'on sentiment
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' .ic tops of potato . : tr.
rt luti they prow to rank, and Mates
that he has increased the yield by so
It is useless to hope to destroy the
acidity of certain soils by the applica
tion of lime and other suppiised correc
tives; only drainage will aconiplish it.
The Ptate Hoard of Agriculture of
Pennsjy vania declares the cost of grow
ing a crop of wheat 14 to 2T bushel, and
hence w heat is grown at a loss in that
Jly stirring the soil after every rain
the weeds will be more easily destroy
ed than at any other tune. Never al
low the weeds to go to seed, especially
in the garden.
Celery plant should lie pricked out
about six inches apart ns soon as they
are large enough to handle w ith the fi ng
ers. "When six or seven inches high,
transplant a foot apart in the rows.
Farmyard manure supplies all the es
sential elements of plant food. The im
mediate return from its application is
much less than from the same amount
of plant od applied in artificial ma
nure. Any putrid odcr about the sink-drain
or privy should lie regarded as a menace
to the health aud life of all living in
i the rteisrhborhood. Roth these places
i lw ..1.1 nAiill i!w-.H1r-llW- .l. ifl
",uum 00 "1,v ' -"'? .
out and the privy-vault should admit of
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nl' hwP take to l,eans naturally,
an(l tlu'. iaJ rwiuirc some urg-
"S- JJUl l"" are vtIT nuinuous,
R,ul if there ,ire mre lvfuse or "tallied
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ones than the sheep will consume, by
boiling them or mixed with oats and
grinding, hog3 may be induced to eat
Fiint, in his work on the grasses, in
speaking of timothy, remarks that at
the time of blossoming it has a greater
percentage of Mesh, rat-forming prinei-1
pies and less woody fiber, than most
other grasses. It is of interest for
farmers to know w hich grass Is most
profitable for them to grow.
A strong nest of bumble b.-es in a big
.1 nil : . l . . - 1 . . ....... !
jor tnese insects are tne emei aiients in
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ing a heavy crop of se?d. In Australia
ii lw-u, ..r i-:,..l
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and they could not raise clover there
until they Imported some.
The Insane Hospital farm at Angus-
tn, Me., is in a flourishing condition
this year. About 40 acres of plowed
land are under eutivation. The garden
alone comprises 13 acres. Among the
stock on ttie tarm are w pigs oi tiw
White t Hester t-.reeo, ami tins numoer . but the unanUwus verdict was that
will be increased to SCO or 900 before the j ti,-ls wa3 flt ending to the fearful af
summer closes. - ;f:ur.
Many h gxxl crop is smvti'mes al-1 At daylight this morning Kelty'
most ruined bv neclervrg to harvest it ; body was cut down and taken charsro
at the proprt- tfc. Corn fodder lie- j
-omes dry and weather beaten if allow-1
to remain to long in the field. Oats, j
buckwheat rye and other grain erops j
neav-;wnste verv much if allowed to stand
after they are ripe. Potatoes and other j
root crops are often damaged by re-;
maining to long in the ground. j
There is too much dead-ripe clover i
cut. The beginning of harvesting is
I delaved until the blossoms begin to j
turn brown, which is the rule with i J believed the lynching party
many, and then comes on wet weather, I cal"e from the neighborhood of Perry
and the crop is well nigh spoiled, It j tlule al,1 McCoy, where the murder was
is one of the most difficult of all fodder i committed by Kelty. A numler were
crops to cure, and very unsafe to try to masked, others not. It is understood
do anvthing within time of catching j tht there was a plan on foot by the ofii
weather. Hence it is verv likely to cers to move the prisoner to Salem for
' get the go-by until it is too ripe to be of
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uiucu imus i
While it is urged that fanners should
4n..t:A itlr.rn.lnUn (
J a Ia, proportion of lean meat in j
ho' the fact re-mams that they can get ;
ore for lard for lca"' 1?U !
a3 a? he lK'fore klU,,,f ' l"0"1-
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" "e"b "
llltlr " ie'"n.nK
to employ counsel ami legal aut to see ir
Hie work f wantnn lft ruction cannot
be stopped. The operations of the
pleuro-pneumonia butchers resemble a
policy that would direct the destruction
of a row of business blocks by fire to
tree tnem irom tne ancgeti presence 01
rats. when the faet was that llot a rat
c01111 le Iouna on lue premises. ca
Mr. A. W. Cheever, an experienced
dairyman advises as follows in the
New England Farmer: A heifer that
inclines to dry off too early should lie
milked so long as the milk is suitable
for use, even though there be but a pint
per day. " There is abundant evidence
that drying off heifers too early afler
having the first calf tends to fix the
! habit of drying off early, thus injuring
the future usefulness of the cow. Most
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will usually give more milk in a year if
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they g) dry six weeks than if they are
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m!1!fd e .hve
I1"1? hf'y m,lk,n.to
i arl l,p to the time of second calving.
i If a cow is milked "clear round" her
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udder docs not lecome extended liefore
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may not be large enough to give a large
mess. We would endeavor to breed
cows that would give milk the year
round, but we would try to give them
a rest about six weeks lx;fore calving.
When drying off take away all grain
and feed second quality hay or straw
for a week or more till all danger of in
flammation of the udd ;r is past. Care
must be taken, however, that no milk
is left to curdle in the tents or milk
ducts, or it may be imjiossible to milk
her after calving. After the udder is
reduced and the milk secretion stops,
Hings may be fed again, though in
J.V Masked Men Hang the Wife'
,j Murderer from an Oak Tree In
the C'-iurt House Yard.
Balkm, July 7 Kelty, the Tolk coun
ty wife murderer, was taken out of jail
at Dallas last night and lynched by a
gang of forty or fifty mashed
From K. C Shaw, driver of the Dal
las stage belwi en Salem and that place,
the following particulars were obtain
ed: Over a week ago Sheritl" C J roves,
who had kept a strong guard over Kelty
iir the Jail at Dallas, thought all dan
ger of lynching was past and reduced
the guard to one man, whose name is
Harry Depow. Everything had been
exceeding quiet ns regards the Kelty
murder ever since, and all apprehension
on the part of the prisoner and the
people had been allayed.
This morning at 2 o'clock two wag
ons and two hacks loaded with men,
and a number on horseback, alxiut fifty
persons in nil, drove up quietly into
Dallas and went straight to the jail.
Tiny were seen to arrive by parties at
the hotel. They seemed prepared for
business and made 110 delay. The
guard was in tl ? cell with the prisoner
when the mob arrived, and reports lihn
as having become greatly excited.
The lynchers began battering down
the outside dor, and Kelty, who un
derstood what was coming, foepwtl the
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Bl" lognciimi "-
self. On ihe guard refusing to do so,
Kelty seized a lamp, broke it and be
gan cutting his throat and neck with
the fragments of glass. He succeeded in
making several terrible gashes, from
which the bhiod ran in streams. The
men went quietly on with their work
breaking through the first door, then
the second into the cell where they
found Kelty in a terrible state, and very
weak from tho loss of Mood. They
asked him for a statement, but Depow
who was forced tostay in the jail, could
not hear what he said. The guard was
helpless in the hands of a company of
well o nr. oil aud determined men and
offered no resistance,
Kelty was taken across the street to
nrsfth tf tlui toil afeiif ttit.i. Ilin iumi r-i
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; house yard, where there are several
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i larsje osk trees.
Over a liaib of cue a
rtpe was thrown and the other end was
placed around Kelly's neck; a few
staunch pulls by strong-armed men
. an,, R.Uv WM Pu .!uU.a m the air
M1 thi; waft wnU.K.a hv n.xtry CV)S.
fmm hj nd..n .. , uf;ilU;t!u; wurt
I yard. Having ae.ripl;sh.d their pur
! jos? tne lynchers retired and verv lit-
1 ,ie waa known of the atiair in Dallas
! until daylight this morning,
j when the tragic news was told, the
; fown jn a i,ilvZl wiib rf-jviWinent,
of by the proper authorities. With t he
exception of the cuts alwut the neck,
the corpse looked very natural indeed,
The inqut had not lieen held up to
the time of tl
lie leaving of the stage.
Kelty had almost recovered from his
wound and was looking and feeling
quite cheerful. He apeared to have
hqes of King cleared. He was -to
have had a preliminary examination in
the near future.
keeping, and is l.elievcd that the
lynchers had heard of it. and resolved
!to faR1 treuble and excuse by sum-
! inary dealings.
ItlSllOt KHOWn BS VOt Wllllt COUIJ
tn aU pliability mi ellort will U- made ;
to acertain the leaders of the party and j
b"ngthem to trial. ;
GO TO SPICER.
A. x. Hashor
CARRIES A FULL LINE OF
! Groceries, Cigars, To
All Goods Sold at Bcd
Highest Market Price for Country
Produce. . . --
GIVE ME A CALL AND PE CON
Furniture at Manufacturer's
To Reduce my present Stock to make
room for a
Full Line of Hardware
While I will Continue to Manufac
ture a First-class Article of
BS-DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
One door north cl Postofliee,
E. COAN, Lebanon, Or.
B. H. BARKER,
Sodaville and Waterloo,
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco and
Clieese, Crackers and Cakes.
Tea, Coffee, Sugar & Fruits
"E-CKEAM and LEMONADE.
v at all -Hours.
f AG HE'S COLUMN.
As Every Patriotic Citizen
Miintnslic believe in cclcbratinpr the fftorioiix
Fourth, the Xntlnnx birth day. That duty in
formed he believe in wttlhiR right down to tm
imv and" he ran now be found a usual dl.-trilu-
tiiiK his fine stx-k of poods to the good people of
U-luunm nmt vicinity at ru ten never before at
tempted by a merchant of Una county or the
Mate of OreRoiu
Co and see hiin, a word to the wise In mifliclent.
Summer Goods at Your Own
at Montnjw". He propose to carry no stork
over. ;ol frexti poods at. popular pTirr trill be
ihe leiuHiiB rharacterWic of his establishment.
Ijiwns, IK to Is! yds. Tot tWX
Calico? , -(! yds. for $100.
Seere.eker, 7 yls. nr l(io.
While Koods l:i Rrcat variety from ten rent!".
Summer dre pxU any kind at one half usual
Secp!n reditrtion In everything In this Mam
moth t'uh K-tuIilishment, to make room for )ne
of the heavies-t fall rfoiks ever brouRht Into tjie
connty. . -
Retuemlier n;v stt nre l-o-crht for rash a the
low prfv 1 cU them at ill more forcibly de
monMrale t'NTo you.
lrnj anaiad when you nant the worthof your
a Large AssortmenL
of seftwmable Roods for hnrvest !m ln-en cpened
up the past few dnys at MuntwnteX A these
poods were bought ut unnsunlly low nites for e.ish
Iy Mr. Monotsne ieronnUy they will he oM fir
wlmt would formerly lie rtHisiderel a merely
nominal prfee. blouse, jnmiieisi, eheviot shirts,
overalls bnekskin plovtx. sealskin ttlovesi. har
vesters .1hhh, and H'k, something new always
to lie found at lny Mninmtrth t'ash Store.
The low price prevailinR nt Monl acne's com
biiie-1 w ith the cxeellemv of his poods seem to
strlk' a holy terror into the minds of other deal
ers ""east of the muuutaius and etc."
A Timely Word to Our Slow
Huj inp; Rixxlx on credit is with ninny only n
hitliit, niul n lui'l one all bad lm)its riiouM bo
broken Montague thinks. He roc to try hix
level best to imuiKarufe a "jmy ns you ro" system
ami w ill offer kiktIiiI iiibin-cmeiits to buyers to
make them appreciate that style of tloiiiKbuMnesK.
He further pmjKiseK to collect every dollar due
him just as noon as it can ho collected, in order to
enable him to do justice to his army of enstomers
who are Rood iiy. While he is diHsed to bo
very lenient and acrommcxlatlntr ho Is Kirry to
ny that many have abused his patience and
skill k around to other places spendinu the money
justly due and owing to him. The parties are
not by any means tott siuht of and they will
shortly have MimethitiR that will most wonder
fully astonish them unless prompt settlements are
made. No more temporising. Iu fact I am more
than weary of it.
Churchill & Montctlfs Spnco
A Favorable Announce
We propose to continue in the future s we
hare been doing in the post:
Give our customers the benefit of cto'e buying.
Reduce the price on goods whenever able to do
Kcver wait for our competitors to force us.
We have made and shall continue to make all
the low prices which worry our oomcttitors-, but
please our patrons.
We keep the largest and bert selected stock of
gmsls in Lebanon.
Our sales indicate that we ore headquarters so
far as regards the BEST, goods for the LEAST
Consequently when yon want dry good", boot"
and shoes, hats and caps, groceries, carpets, wall
wier, hardware etc. etc., go to
Churchill & Monteith.
W. C. Peterson & Co.
Liver)r, Feed & Sale
Lebanon, - Oregon,
To our man f friend of Lebanon and
virinifif, and (hone of other (own, let
deirc to call attention to tne fact that
tee have opened on
MAPLE STREET, BET. 18T & 2ND,
(near Roland's harness efiop) a
New Livery Stable.
New Buggies,-Hacks and
GOOD, RELIABLE HORSES.
Parties desiring to tale, a trip to the
mountains, or other places of recita
tion, should call and sec our
. FOU SUCH TKirS.
All kinds of Teaming and Hauling don"
Wliy don't you go to BIjAIN, the
Ijcndcr In Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADES,
From Eastern Factories.
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. We are confident of Pleasing? yon. All
we auk is the opportunity of
Through our Stock.
WE ALSO KEEP IX STOCK
The Celebrated Broinsiille Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
Landing Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
OREGON PACIFIC R. R
220 Miles Shorter!
20 Hours Less Time I
Accommodations Unsurpassed for Com
fort and Safety.
Fnre a-il Frcichts v!a. Yamilna and the Oecon
lkvelt:ivnt 4'u'n Sttntmshipi mm h k- than by
miy iiiiht rniw wiiririi nu uuiu m Hianietle
Vnllt'V and Sun Kranrisco.
DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS,
I-nre Ynqnlna BrJn a. m. lxave Allianr 12:fp. m.
Arrive Corvallia loflH .v. m. Arrire I umiili 1 il v..
Arrive Al!my llSI x. M. Arrive Yniiiiia5:l." a.x.
It. & Traiiw connect at Albany and Corvallt.
Fare between rorvallt & Albany and & Francisco:
JLil and I'abfn SU Rail and Steerage fj 00
WM. St. IIOAG. C. r. HDAll.
General Manager. Acting u. F. t P. Art.
Oregon Development Co.
FIRST-CLA8S 8TEAMSHIP LINE
BITB F.f S
YAQUINA & SAN FRANCISCO,
Cirtinec-tlntr at Yaijuina vhh the Trains of the
tregon Pattie Kailrmsd t ouiai;y.
PAHJNd DATES :
Fr.y TAO'TX A. I FROM rRAvrr.
Ft.( reirni W en.J"!y6 Ea.-t. tiix-nou, WeaJum JS
The riini:iy reat-rres the right to change steam
ers or wiililit; date.
b. H. T Y. en. F. & P. Ap-nt.
SJl ilomgumery St., San Francbco, CaL
Fe. E. MONTAGUE, I
3 DE-VLER IX t
i OF ALL KIX1S-
Foreign and Domestic
4 I o i" i o cl i c n 1 S
Lebanon-, Orfcjox. f
Andrews & Hackleman,
i n 1 1 r cv,
IS BEST TAN'
3 WALLACE & THOMPSON, I
I Leading Grocers
I LINN COUNTY.
SOLE AGENTS I
FOE THE C
WILSON & WESTFALL,
Livery and Feed Stable.
Daily Hack to Lebanon.
Fare Each Way, 50 Cts.
GOOD TURNOUTS AND
A.t Reasonable Rates.
GIVE USA CALL.
We Have Leased the
And will place the same in proper comUtion to
receive grubi, nntf we solicit tho Morose of same
from the fiiriuors far and near. We will
Pay Albany Prices.
CHCRCHILL & MOXTEITII,
C. n. B ALSTON,
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Firm tho farm of Mr. A. Wheeler, a snnnof
wniall hxrsoa. belonging to Mr. L. Suuders, of Al-
DESCRIPTION OF IIORSES:
A srwiii of dark browns, well matched, almost
exactly alike. Brands branded on left shoulder
wltn a Mnaa v eacn. inc near imtse isbo
hriuidcd jut ovf.r the V with the spectacle bnuid.
w -iRlit I.OiKi ponnds each.
- iiyone jtiviiu? inl'ormation eom-emiiHr the
e will Ihj liltenilly rewanleil by nttilying L.
T.nsor A. WnKKU't, A'tMiiv. OrcsU. 1
-S o., June ns W. f
G. T. COTTON,
Groceries & Provisions
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Foreign and Domestic
C ONFECTIONER Y
Queensware and Glassware,
LAMPS AND LAMP EIXTURES.
Main &t., Lebanon, Oregon,
Lebanon & Sweet Home
H. Y. GIBSON, - Proprietor.
Carrying U. S. Mail.
Leaves Lebanon on Monflars, Wednesdays an
Sturdys. Retumiiig same day.
RATES OF FARE:
Lebanon to Porlaville or Waterloo..
Lebanon to Street Home
Good New Hack and other Ac
Parties deririns to ro to any of the above named
point.", on intervening days will be accommo
dated by applying at my residence in
H. Y. GIBSOX.
Harkness & Mayers Bros,
Horse Shoeing and Gen
ALL WORK WARRANTED
TO GIVE SATISFACTION,
Prices to Suit the Times.
Cr're USA CALL.
ANOTHER CUT IN RATES f
I beg leave to announce to the fanners of Linn county, that I am still in
businesd at the Old Stand, and have just received from the East a .
Large Stock of Wagon Timber, During (be Cut in Freight Rates,
And I am willing the farmers and people generally should have the
same. Any one wishing Wagon Repairing done, will please notice iny
Killing all Icinds of wheels, per set - - , 6 1-1 oo
" " " wheel - 3 to 4 co
Now set of wheels - - - - - 20 00
j Bolsters, Sandboards and
j Hickory Axles, each -
Silngle Spokes and Fellows, each - so
Everything else in Proportion. All work Warranted.
Remember the place one door south of Arthur & Bishop's blacksmith Ph o
A. C. HAUSMAN, - - NORTH BROWNSVILLE, OREGOX.
31. A. MILLER.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, & Glass.
A Complete Stock of Stationery,
LADIES' TOILET ARTICLES.
NEXT DOOR TO W. B. DONACA,
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
-AXD DEALER IN-
CoHins, Caskets, Trimmings and Burying Robes.
Doors, Window Blinds, L'ocks, Hanging-Nails, Etc.-
Horse Shoeing a Speci
R. C. Watkins,
SWEET HOME, - - OREGO.
RE pairing- of All Kinds at Rea-
. sonable Prices.
Shoeing all around, new uhoes, f 1.75.
Having located to tay I ask a fchare of
Uie public paf ronage.
R. C. WATKINf
I. F. CONN,
Contractor, Carpenter and
Plans & Specifications
ON SHORT lMOTIGll.
All Kinds of Carpenter Work Done nci
F'rices Very Roaaonablo.
ALEAXY 4 LF.BAXOX, OREGOX. t
FOR SALE. '
A Double Circular Water
Power Saw Mill,"-
NEAR LEBANON, OR.
Capacity about 5000 feet per day. A Iso
16 acres of land on which the eaw
mill is located.
Also have a large stock of
First Quality Lumber
At lowest market rates for cash.
G. W. WHEELER, Lebanon, Oregon.
Tongues, each 1 00
- - - - - 4 00
of -:- Furniture,