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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1887)
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All f tmousi not r gnlnr Mibsvriber.,
ha tvwtvo Tmk Exmier.". Ihla wwk,
will iitwj't it with the understanding
that it is r All) fou until rteotinUr 1,
X-.xul nnil GncvI.
The tiny days have comts
The MtH-himirs' fuir ononed yesterday
with a hujie ftttendamv.
The step-son of Cyrus FJynn, lMvt
town U getting better of annttttekof
The Lidle' AM Mvlv will Rive an
j-M-fushlotml Thanksgiving dinner on
t hat day.
Elder Bhea was In town yesterday,
lie reports everything flourishing in
the Sweet Home region.
Sunday morning last, t ighten
teams and various loose horws left
lelanon for thfc summit,
Horn--At Urownsvtilo, Linn eonnty,
Or., OotolK-r 1, ISM, to the wife vt O,
1'. Cwhow Jr, a daughter.
1. F. Hardman, near Hnieer, this
thi county, advertises a limited amount
of Superior White llye for vle.
On this page will I? fouiul the "ail"
by whlvh it will 1 seen that apples
are in demand, by U. K. Porter.
' Ir. John Roberta cleaned up 5!X?
Kxess or 6,500 pounds of hops otr a lit
tle over eight acres of ground this year.
W. B. Donaea was down from the
mountains last Saturday, and reorts
lively work being done on the wagon
Pr. Courtney's ofile hereafter will
be in the room over M. A. Miller's
drug store. Culls responded to day or
The ExrREss extends thanks to all
who assisted in the heavy work of
moving its press Into the new quarters
The hank vault at Brownsville is
completed, ami soon our littls town
will be in a way of doing banking bus
iness In style.
The M. K. parsonage now nearing
completion, will le a wry neat resi
dence. Hev. Skipworth will occupy,
it one week from Tuesday next.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Mill r of Uovk
1IU1 return their sincere thanks to all
who kindly assisted them during the
recent illness of their little daughter
The 8eptemlcr nuralvr of the Wist
Xhorr. is out and it is one of the mot
interesting numbers yet published.
The views of the scenery and interest
ing points along the Cascade branch
of the Northern Pacific are full of in
terest. We are glad to know that Mr. Jefl.
McDanielis who baa K-en dangerourly
ill with typhoid fever Is recovering.
Dr. Lamberson, the attending physi
cian. Is to lie congratulated on t he re
sult of the case.
There-will be a business meeting of
the Ladies' Aid Society at the resi
di nce of Mrs. F. M. Miller on Saturday
at 3 o'clock sharp. All lncmK-r of
the society especially requested to I
present as there is important business
Wforc the house.
We haw no appology to offer for the
s sm-ity of local news this week, fur
ther than tlie trouble and work inci
dent to moving and reflxing our new
quarters, has occupied the most of our
time. We will I- all right next week.
For innocent aniUHcment away from
thecvii Influences of whiskey, B. It ?
j.nrKcxnas suppneu a snooung gtuiery
-t.nd pool table in the building oecopi-
ed by A. IX. Cyrus. Boys, if you must
have amusement, go to Barker's and
keep away from the whiskey shops.
Millers throughout the valley are
paying as high as $1.3) for wheat,
equivalent to about SI. 12 for shipping.
The top of t ho market for oats, is 40
A2lc. Barley, per ctl, J 1. 10; ground,
per ton, f 25(5-27.50. Hops very dull.
Quote prime, 12!?,13c.
Dr. Irvine oPAlbany, addressed the
people of Lebanon on the subject of
prohibition on 'Wednesday evening.
The reverned gentleman has visited
many of the precincts throughout the
county and is well pleased with the in
terest manifested in the cause. Put
Linn county down for over 500 majori
ty for prohibition.
At Corvallis on the 4th Inst., a shoot
ing match occurred between George
Maddox and George Bowerlme, grow
ing out of an old fued, probably, as
the cause of the difficulty is not known.
Viowerline is probably fatally wounded
while maddox received rmly a flesh
wound in the arm. Both are j-oung
men, Maddox having a family. It is
paid public opinion justifies Maddox.
During the month of September the
Lebanon flouring mills did custom
work of over 3,000 bushels of wheat
aside trom the chopping done. We arc
glad to know that Messrs, Unger &
Wassom are doing a business beyond
their most sanguine expectations. The
Hour now produced by their mills is
not excelled anywhere in the county.
So much for home enterprise.
The following shows rather too much
difference in frieght rates: The other
day G. W. Smith, Esq., received a lot
of stoves from Chicago. The freight
on them to Portland, including trans
fer, was $18.00; from Portland to Lcb
jinon, $12.05. The distance from Chi
cago to Portland Is near 2700 miles,
' while. from Portland to Lebanon, it is
only 92 miles. How is this for long
and short hauls? It seems that a
S hort railroad is much more profitable.
A church sociable and hugging bee
held in tbe eastern part of the state re
cently, broke up in a row. The with
ered remnant of a man, aching for a
emack at a sweet sixteen, blew In 15
cents and was blindfolded for a game.
The managers run his wifeagainst him
and the squeeze he gave her made her
back ache. When the bandage was
removed and he discovered the swin
dle he howled like a madman, smote a
manager on the jaw and choked the
treasurer until he refunded.'
Don't fail to read tbe new advertise
ment of lialetoii Cox, The PeopleV
Urt-ucr, ia this Issue,
' 1 t.
S'!0, Ott.i Sept 50, 'b7
F-!uon l.i.inxoN F.xi'K ::-
Jt was my fortune, on the IMth Inst,
to spend half an hnr with William
Shaw, of Howell prairie, Mat Ion coun
ty. It watt my privilege to make Uu
cle llUUe's acquaintance about 45 years
ago. Father Shaw Is one of Oregon's
earliest pioneers, as well, I think, as a
specimen of the noblest work of (Jod
an honest man. lie was born In North
Carol I mi December 13, I7t", and re
moved to Eastern IVnm ssh in lsoi.
He was with Jackson's army during
1812-15 at Mobile and Penwcola, and
was left with the garrison at the lat
ter place while the main army moved
forward to New Orleans, lie was hon
orably discharged in 1813 and returned
to his home In Tennessee In order to
care for his widowed mother and
younger brothers and sisters. In JS17
Uncle BHlie removed with his mother
and family to the then almost wilder
ness country of Central Missouri, stop
ping first at Old Franklin, Howard
county.. After a few years they mov
ed further up the Missouri river, to
what was then known as the Teatson
Plains, and subsequently still further
up the river to what is now Hay coun
ty, Missouri. Father Shaw was mar-rk-d
to Miss Sarah tSUiiam (sister of
Col. Nell (Ulliam, favorably known to
every Oregon pioneer) In 1822. Aunt
Sally died some years since. Father
Shaw professed religion at a camp,
meeting conducted by Rev. Fircx Kw
Ing in Lafayette county, Mo., in 1.1,
and joined the M. F.. church the fol
lowing year and has lived in that con
nection ever since, being most of the
time a class-leader, lie emigrated to
Oregon In ISM.
The old man said to me: "Sammy,
my faith grows stronger every year."
And finally he said, "Sam, 1 have al
ways been a democrat; lain one yet,
but I will vote for prohibition..' Why,
Sam, I have been trying my best
for C years to get rid of w hisky by
moral suasion, and now there is a
chance to g?t clear of It through our
votes. If 1 had ilHK) votes they would
all be for prohibition, and my prayer la
that it may succeed.
S. T. MlLLKK.
A Trtmp'l Soliloquy.
I te sat on a stone near the brink of
a brook that flowed evenly and unrtp
pled toward the Willamette, seeming
in a hurry to arrive at It destination
and rest itself on the broad, placid bos
om or the beautiful river.
Ills face was wrapped In a medita
tive cloud that showed that his
thoughts wandered laek to the iast
and his form was enveloped in rags
that ought never to have survived the
paidc of '73; his brow bore the lines of
care and his feet bore what was left or
a pair of brogans that some farmer had
thrown away. Altogether he was a
hard lxking citizen, and It's safe to
say that in reality he wasn't any more
like a feather bed than he looked.
"Ah, he sighed, as he filled his pipe
with the dried leaves of a fern plant,
"times have changed in this country
since the days of '7G. 'Twos a presi
dential year then, and ira fellow knew
a mall's polities he could stand in any
where fur a square meal; if he'd tell
the women folks about what his broth
er saw at the centennial exposition
they'd ask him to stay all niglvt and
give him a lunch when ho went away
in the morning. The memory of those
days of candidates and custard pics
makes roe long for their return even rus
the weaning calf longs for revenge on
the man who invented the blab.
liut now, now changed! The pres-
i ent is no more like the iku-1 than saw-
Sin? wwxl is like eating a musk melon.
vow w hen I go up to a house and lo-
piu to tell the man about how a cyclone
blew my Dakota farm down the cellar,
instead of giving my hand the hearty
grip of sympathy, he merely mutters,
'yes,' and ttcgins to whistle in a way
that seems ominous, and appears to
say, Hhcre's a dog coming. A big dog
that hasn't had his teeth fastened in a
remnant of Brownsville woolen goods
for three weeks, and it's hard to tell
what will hatqten if he couples onto
the north end of your wardrotnj while
you, with the other birds lart for the
sunny southland. You.d belter git.'
Then, when I've run myself out of
breath in that immediate vicinity if
I happen to come to a house w here
there is no one at home but the women
my spirits are suddenly tuned up the
key of high C, only, however, to be let
down again Into the low, unmiiodious
key of G. B. When I tell the farmer's
daughter of my troubles, how I fought,
bled and died in the war and how my
hopes and my fortunes were blighted
in a pork deal in Chicago, she gathers
not in her hands a dish of cold squash
pie while her eyes gathers tears. Her
voice docs not tremble with compassion
as she tenderly remarks 'poor man,
how sad.' No; this is not now the
case, but instead in lieu of the. cold
beans and compassion r hear a low
voice gently murmur, 'come off" the
roof, sonny; give us something new.'
. Yes, these vagabonds called tramps
have ruined the country, and made it
impossible for a po- but honest man
to get a living without working forlt."
The Wagon Komi CommlMion.
The government commissioners sent
out to investigate the re ported, fraudu
lent obtaining ot lands by the W. V. &
C. M., or Lebanon wagon road compa
ny, have completed a tour of Inspec
tion over the road. The commission,
consisting of General Wharton and
Commissioner jrcNamce, have been
accompanied by Elisha Barnes and J.
C. Lucky, of Prineville, w ho are inter
ested in the lands in question. The
commissioners have obtained about
1000 pages of legal cap paper full of
evidence taken at different poiuts
along the route. Mr. Barnes, who has
accompanied the commissioners over
the entire route, says that they have
found that for a distance of 250 miles
not a trace of road was constructed, yet
the company claims three sections of
land to the mile. He believes it to be
the most collossal land-grabbing fraud
ever perpetrated in the state, and one
which, if not corrected, will work a
great injury to settlers in Linn and
Crook counties. The finding of the
commisssoji will be awaited with interest.
l st tvti on i , m,
lit. d Near H'K I; lliit, I. Inn count v,
Oretfon, Sypiomln-r 1ms7, l,ni(
youngest daughter of It. C atld M. .1.
Milhr, aged 1 years.
Brother and siter Miller recently
burled their oldest daughter at Kiigcne
City, and ere the hearts ceased to ache
fop sister Mary, our sorrows were re
doubled on the 2th, when Utile I.o
da's spirit took its flight from this
world of sorrow and pain to join her
sister in the he tvenly group and with
the angels chant the songs of everlast
ing bliss around Clod's da?.as!lng throne
perfec t love and peace.
Tho lareavitl parents and family
have the sympathy of the entire com
munity In this their hour of anilctlon,
especially Itoek Hill Sunday school,
and Grange No. 102, P. of It, which
mnnend them to look to him who
doth nil things well. "Tho Lord glv
eth, and the Lord tukcth away." Your
little flower was but to bud on earth,
to bloom In heaven.
No tntnt nf earth, no thraiKHt of Ha
W'xut dui'H ly thy MiUiiU-ms mhiI wlililn;
Rut 0k! Jmth lulu tare iUin tookvp
l.lkt! a luro Hrl Ix low the U-oi.
StHin on (tenth' rtmrh we'll H llm
Stxin nny our lieml tm laid with thine;
Swevt 4mIh wvfhtttl meet ntxivo
To live forever more in love.
imm JS. A r,
The Oregon l'ir Aarltin
The date of the meeting of tho edi
torial fraternity of lite state at Albany
Is Oct 1 1. The committee of arrange
ments have secured the opera house
for the place of meeting, and are ar
ranging an Interesting programme.
Much interest line been taken by the
newspaiiers throughout the slate in
this association, which was organized
at Yaqulua two months ago, and a full
attendance Is expected. Antonir the
feat urea of tho programme will bo an
address by Hon. James O'Meara, edi
tor of the Portland AVm-, on the sul-
Ject, "The Pioneer Kdih-rs and Pub-
lli-hera of Oregon ." AddrcMcvUl lie
mad by Col. J. 11 Fithiau and At hers.
The object of the association Is the mu
tual Itcticflt and Improvement of tho
newspapers of Oregon, and for this
there Is a wide field for constant action.
That much good will result from the
association there Is no doub-h W
hope, to see the meeting eomjioac'd of
representatives generally from the
newpaiera of the state.
Three weeks ago last Tuesday even
ing Dr. C. Lemjert left this place and
has not since been seen or heard of by
his friends here. On leaving his lswird
ing house, he notified his landlady,
Aunty Ganung, as was his custom,
that he was going on Applegate to see
a sick man. He was heard conversing
with some one, presumably the man
who came for him, and the (wo took
their departure together at alsatt tight
o'clock in the evening. He has not re
turned and no news has reai-hed town
concerning him. The authorities
should take steps t' ascertain his
whereabouts. In the mran time the
man who accompanied him away will
confer a favor on his friends by ti lling
what he knows about him.- Should
any of our reader on Applcgato or any
where ele know anything nlsut the
Dr., we shall ! pleased to hear from
them. cJI'jwmc'; .V nfincl.
A Fitting l(ru!atln.
The Oregon Prvhytory of the C. P.
church adopted the following report of
the committeeon tenicranee. In view
of tbe untold evils growing out of the
use of alcoholic leverages, as well as
the fact that the Oregon legislature did
at Its List session submit to the voters
of Oregon an amendment to our consti
tution prohibiting the importation,
manufacture or sale of any and all al
eohallc stimulants as a beverage.
Itfiirfrrtl, That it is the sense of this
Presbytery that it Is the duty of every
christian voter as also cf every citizen
to vote for tho amendment on the Sth
of November next. S. T. M.
The Express has cllmlted Into its
handsome new" quarters In the brick
over Andrews A Hackelman's store,
where the publishers .will be glad to
welcome any and all persons who will
honor It with a call. Come up and see
us and make us otherwise happy by
leaving your name for a paper in ev
ery way suited to your tate. The Ex
prkss is the best paper in Linn coun
ty for the farmer and with proer en
couragement, will be greatly improved
iu this direction.
The missionary convention at the
1st Presbyterian church on Tuesday
afternoon and evening was In every
way a pleasant and profitable meeting.
The attendance was good and a lively
interest was manifes ted. The speakers,
having been in actual service on the
mission field, were able to present the
subject Intelligently and convincingly.
An auxilliary missionary Boclety was
formed In the interest of the work.
Mrs. Honck being elected president
and MLs Mary Montague secretary.
Dramatic Read lug.
D. F. Stevens, of New York, will
give a reading of subjects both tragic
and comic and from the most eminent
authors, froitf Shakespeare to Mark
Twain, at the U. P. church, Lebanon,
on Saturday evening, October 8. Ad
mission free and everyone invltcu.
APPLES ! APPLES !
Cash paid for all varieties of Win
ter Apples delivered at your
nearest Railroad Station. No hand
picking. No Boxing.
Inquire of Geo. E. Porter at R. B.
7 c. M P CHAN t S DEPAHT M C N 1
WHcn n v in a
H'u(i?f :m' C'hrMUm 3'cniftfratirv Untom
6r blrHAHOs, HrW ASIf ttllUWKVH.I.K.
Tliu lA'timinu W. r V, mi-el twit )vt.tt- itt 4
r'rlix it i'. m. it Hie l lmt fn-xliyterliin i lniri it.
11 11 111 " " 11 iniiinnni.-iw
Belt Is not the only place that Is
prospering In the liquor trallle. A
the freighting and railroad work pro
gresses so iu a like ratio doe the liquor
During our trip as tourists across the
Cascades, where nature has so bounti
fully spread her wonderful and sub
lime scenery, the thought often crossed
our mind, how can a rational being
disown his God where surrounded by
all this grandeur? Can man lower
himself (by the use of alcohol) beyond
the power of feasting upon this natu
ral panorama? Yet here In the midst
of this solitude and indescribable lovc
Iness, do we And men dealing out the
slow iKilnon. The need of temperance
paiiera and timely talks was forcibly
Impressed tism us. By Inquiry we
found that little or no temperance lit
erature reaches this out of the way
place, and yet this cosmoiHilltau si ream
of mankind And their way to their re
spective ballot boxes without prepara
tion as to which side of the fence they
lean against Is right or wrong.
The W. V. T. U. convention wilt lw
In session this week, and we are antici
pating an Interesting time. Good
speakers will occupy the evenings.
, AtivertUed Letter.
List of letters remaining In the pot
ofllee at Iebanon, Or., October 1, 1887.
Albert, John A
Foreman, 11 W
Goodale, J O
Hastier. J M
Hyde, J F
Issuiey, Mm M
Lar-e, K P
Parks, Martin 2
A line. Win D P
Cooier, If A
Crutne, Q. 1
Haley, C II
Dunn, II C
Derthlck, A A
Stewart, Mrs Annie M
Persons railing for tho above will
give date of advertising.
E. E. M ONTAG U E, P. M.
Iiost A bunch of kevs on flat k.y
ring stamped 'V. V. Peterson, Ix-u."
on one side. 1'len.no leave them at
Kxi'kkss ouice and oblige.
To Whom It May Concern.
All patties knowing themselves In
debted to us either by note or Issik ac
count must make their arrangements
to meet the same by DeeemU-r Int.
We must have money to do lulsns
on. lm't wait for a iiersonal dun,
but come forward and make settle
ment of same ami oblige.
Thompson A Waters.
"I have taken, within the past year,
several Isittlcs of Ayer's Sarsajiarilla,
and find it admirably adapted to the
needs of an iiiiMwYlhett system. 1
am convinced that this prt-mratioii, as
a b!Msl nurilhr, is utuHpialed." O. C.
Dame, Pastor Congregational church,
Evcrvlsslv should read the adver
tlcment of Itulston Cox, Tho Peo
Farmers read the advertisement of
Balston Cox. The peoples' Oroeer, ami
Every hotie kceiirr should read the
"mi" u italsiou t:ns, l ne fcopies
Grocer, it is money in your pocket.
Sufferers from tho cfioctsnf quinine,
used as a remedy for chills and fever.
should try Ayer's Ague Cure. This
preparation Is a iMiwerful tonic, wholly
vegetable, and without a pnrtieleof any
noxious drug. Warranted a sure cure.
Cloaks! Cloaks! Cloaks!
We have received direct from eastern
manufacturers a large and choice line
of cloaks and Jackets, which we will
soil at prices mat tieiy competition
Come and see u and save money.
Thompson & Waters.
A complete line of school books
Beard's Drug Store.
Moore's Hair InTljoralor.
This excellent preparation for the
hair, may be found on sale at the fol
lowing places: At A. aniler, ljviwtion;
Marr & Mtanaru, t. Ustsirn aim i.
Jackson. Brownsville: F. A. Watts.
Shedd; C. Gray, Halney. Sample bot
tles free. Call ana get one.
Monev to loan, by Curran A
tcith, Albany, Oregon.
For a good meal, go to the City Res
taurant Albany. Meals 25 cents. tf
Stock Hogs for Sale.
The undersigned has for sale a flue
STOCK I IOCS IS.
For further particulars call at farm
on Hamilton creek, or atuiress.
- ON E WD
Tlio JL.ntet Sta les In
HATS, BONNETS AND
Mrs O. W. Rice's,
Main St, Lebanon, Oregon.
r. a MMNT.u'.im's cmij'-i:;.
rv turn licl thank to old frlemln and iww Imi
mine fiirwnnl mi irimi.lly whn heak ft a min
eral wlili mwit. Ttiere in jut a iftvat manr thoun
aiul "tl!r tliio me a hlch I wonlil I verr Rltul !
reeell-t fiw. Cihuo up it eace laiitli iut n ami kt
ui have 'mt.
On the Keen Trot.
Neither Mmitamie or lil rli-k not time !-
rimiiilnte uiih-U flth m acetmnt f tx-lnr k H i
the ktii tnit aaitiiiK on eilMH,r. lie hax iki
IIkIiIIiij wclftil to aiimsiiH-e, InU lie ili-lk- tlie
heavy f U r.mie anj OiIiik m'ar Iiliu In l
lirk-e. A1hr an l Jlitiu;iw, wc aiv iit lw
oreriuinleiHVl atlh fat to wall imi T'i nti't fit rsi
otir irtxal flv-U Mo k at tUtt Very sumUent living
niFlve3B IXCHEJ FK A YAltn. He men
tre Hh theeniuc uM yanlntk-k he ha nmtl in
Ia-Imiihhi ftr the past 1 year. When ywn want
full meawire, luw trkf. pl mla and 'liir at
li'titlun call In. You will flml all IIh-hu nn-lliiutir
existing at Montague' Maiauiuth Cali ituro.
has none but klnilly ft.fllnc fr hU compctlUi'.
But ray, buys, If you really want to K-ll any Rotntn
why tlo you xlt anmml all tiny arciiiut'lntiiu; fat
liiKteail of niMliiiK ftr trade? 8ell yiair rikkIk
away dowu like Muntoguc docs aud all may lc
, :nnn.s Col",
SHOE f$ I
Dry Goods Department.
We havo Jnt rttflve'l mir fall xtnt k rhl h b
i-itri.lc(p in all line, emliraeitm drewi guml
in "Ilk ami wikiI mltliie f every xlis'le; ralii
me:, lu.lli n ( lutli, f.Tm-eli.; fatl KiiiBiuitt!, new
rint yarn In (h-rinan irifl Saniiny ami fite
try lilaiikt-tK, eimifurt, (laniH'tH; Iu Uu-t evrry-
tlilnit in tht line wlili-h wti are rt.art."l to dia
al lowt st price.
Fancy Goods department.
We hare now In nawk the flueM llii of ril'litm
t lint liaa ever Is-eu bnsij(lit U LelMtium In laln
pliiit eilu nii'l tho eniwn e1(e ur near UUiek
(MiHH'lhti.K new,) lUi (Mir line ol hiMhiry, Itiunles,
in e mtpiairUT. mml mltta. Jap ilk banker
etilelK tniituiia, LralJ etf. l more cuuipkle titan
We hate reet-lve.1 tliU week vtry liuo-VT
ui jimii li'i (!! iih u'k Milt f the tatc"4 ls lr an!
Itiniu a liuli iJuiil ilijuvuf at Inr4 rai-ih-a.
Gents Furnishing Goods
V have an etegrant line In senta fiirmilnir
ir.-l-an e alitv 't i for tbe fall trk, Mieh a.
fanry ii.t k wear fiir the ymmx men. tiuieilcr
in all rtfl'" ftoiu 2Vta tin. titie-lialf bne of the
f. mi. mii Kiri(firl I'L nutWi.', a lib h i the bet thai
coiiia t thi market. K!k aivl linen hanker-i-tiii'K
Gutty ami j-lrtlti unl-.-r wear, cullar and
riillx iu ttlk)i.i.l ent ljail.
Boot and Shoe Department
We hare a Urge trade ia this deartinerit. 1-
coiw we earry nnthine btit tite l.t if"!' and
wlirn we at II a pair of IhhA or hnc we always
Blv. nur e-4ttner ei value, fi their TOtmey
tlierehy retaininir their traV. tair aalea of tbe
W. L Iiotttda lioe hfl been lieyooil out experts'
tiuu ant) nill InereafiliDf. John MnndeH'e noUir
tiiified gl for cliHdren awl nlwrt. roeeivetl
Die (treat metlal at I Ha New Orleans fair, ai the
liest ia the t'nltcl Htate: tiwy are the be rtw
that ean be o'MaliK-1; tliere 1 no bevtet nia'le;
we anp the imle aeeatu In thl elty. Otr JJay cw
ed titxiili have hinroa for style and durability:
tin y ran nut tie beat, aud aa ea--y aa a eiiora
made. IM nut foritvt tho old reliable Bukinqhaia
A llci ht lxxitnand hnes good iionert pa.l; no
rliodd in them. When you want oud irof
phot s or boot come lu and nee us.
Our new line of dadoware baa arrived ami In
ready fur Mk; this in auinctiiUj new, ladle, come
lu aud av it.
Tlie tretliest thinR t In bnliius powxler prize
In tho cryrtk! poll" glassware, that are giving
away with our tjlwr star oakiny i'ler; a piece
iUt c-li can.
I t"f f t ft' VI f ' r
u ALL. .vu Li lvat... i s
3 Qeyseritc Soaps;
Greater and Grander than Ever! Don't Hiss It.
Lo, We are with You once Again.
F. II. ROSCOE & CO S
New Monster Shows!
Double Exhibition, a Mammoth
STOCK OF HARDWARE,
-WILL EXHIBIT AT
Lebanon, Oregon. Friday, September 16, 1870,
Aiiumir Hie irrpiit nutn!r of Novt-1
iIh MUn'k of Shelf Hardware, and
mllun Htrhu-r f (no Hemi-jlir-,
UlK'rii'fl. wll( Will ttlwarH tie funnel Lk
wantu of tUHtoint rn.
The SIantt'r Blmt of the Oallery, twes
with hia f 125,000 herd of Daucinjr EU'ihant, ami achool of Trains! V, w YA
be iiieu&etl to
tSELL YOU HARDWARE.
A Froc Htret't Pageant of Gorgeous MaK'i5ilxuw, riact-J in front of otjr RCj
1 - . -
IKirs kh from 7 A. M. till S V. it.
If you Mrlh to iiurclima flio for
the wr nl tear of i very Uty tt -
. iiimugiiiiut, aim on co'iimonnHTiie itk;a, tall rtr
HENDERSON'S "SCHOOL SHOE,"
iiiu.h'of ltth ItHifhl and and Oil f Jraln, and known rvcrtrwht're lv tlr Tr.-?'
Mark of tho LITTLE RED SCHOOL. HOUSES, foiin.l 011 tve UriiMii of o.'ie f
each pair. None gvuuine without it
" ' aa'' J'Lrr-' f"
iv! 5e-f . J-ikji . V'isir5 f.
F T' ) ' '
. ... I, -
TRY HENDERSON'S SPECIALTIES.
TWir Womctw' Curncoa Kid and Tampico Goat Huiton, ! rcfaii at ?i"
llieir Womeiu' Henderson Kid, French tanned, Button, to retail nt 3.' !.
The are stltt-hed with Silk, made solid In every partieiilar, and will make your
feet look sinult
FOR SALE BY-
Olm?. 13. XoiiiiT5?iic;, Jliinoii, Or.
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and
Rne Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc
And Fancy Toilet Articles. .
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Mui Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
W. B. DON AC A,
Groceries and Povisions, -
Tobacco and Cigars.
Confectionery, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware,
Pure Sujar and Maole SvrnDS.
SCENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.b
Country' l'rociuce talten
GOODS AT REASONABLE
Corner Drkk Slvn-t
I Static n or'.
uii' .tf.f. Kl.'-i'
Foreign and DoiActic
Menagerio, and tin Immenso
Fenture, Mr. ItO-SCOR iiinfa jtl l. io
to Mk. Oeo. W. I'Hvmx, tw roniMntii
wltimut a rlvul r fjttnl in Kur-r r
- IiIiiiI Hit r-niitiii-r ri-u,v it amti.iw tl.,i
JACK, THE JIA.XT KILLER,
In Lis woiuU-rful dii.lay of ultvngih,
OUR BARS OF IRON.
Excursions oil all Iltul-
your llo.v ir Oiri th.it will F-ir.l
i', that j mn.lf r.f honest it-iitLtr
Beware of imitation.
UTJXT C. M. II EN Ii:i t Sf iSA co
WJMJtnt ec-3 a S.Ot.3
and slutpeiy. -
in Ecliantjvj for G-l
PRICES," IS MY MOTTO.