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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1887)
The Lebauou Express.
Friday, oeTotiKU sC issf."
Onmt nt rrlyttr!iin rhuveh to
night. Advertise and the people will know
whore to And you.
Temperance meeting to-morrow eve
ning. Kveryhody ahould attend.
Ex-sheriff, J, K. Charlton, or Provi
dence ealled on 113 for a short time on
J. A. Heerd and family, visited rela
tives and friends at Beio and Jefferson,
Rmiprnnt shaping ears have heen
put on the O. & V. road between Port
lixnd and Ashland.
Tver. GfO. tiittoney of t he First l'refu
hyterian chureh of this city, returned
from Taeoma, W. T., on Tuesday even
ing. The l":Ues Vm has been purchased
by a company of democrats, and will
tie published In the Interest of that par
ty in Waseo county.
Two passenger trains dally each M ay
will soon be steaming over the O. & C
railroad, and daily freight trains will
le a eommon aight. .
Rev. llominger, pastor of the Con-!
grcgatlonal chnreh. at Alhany, will
preach in the First rreshyterlan church
of Lebanon, next Sabbath, morning
and evening. . '
MtesMattie Allison well known by
reputation, specially to the tax-payers
of Linn county, who now resides
in Portland, will leave in a short time
for Montana, where she will make her
home in the future.
I. I). Miller, of Miller rtntion, this
county, received ?S9 in premiums at
the Btate fair on his Hereford atock,
piven strictly on their merit. Mr.
Miller has some of this splendid breed
that he. may well le proud of.
On Tuesday last, Mr. M. L. Caret h
hs, of this city, pave us a pleasant
rail. Mr. Carothcrs ts well down the
other side of the divide, in life, hav
ing located near Ibanon twenty years
ago. He left Shelby county, Mo., for
this coast in 164.
That potatoes will grow In the Wil
lamette valley, we want no better ev
idence than to look at the one left at
this olllce which weighs 5 11 . This
jiujre moer was raiseu uy jir. ieo. cr they belong to the W. C T. U. or
Taylor near Lebanon, and Is "a fine j not, are earnestly requested to be pres
Fpccimen of the Peerless variety. J cut at 4:30 sharp, as the principle of
Mr. Ralston Cox, of Corvnllis, makrs important work will be discussed at
an entire change in his "ad" this fat that time. Ity order of the prest-
.wcek. It is worthy a careful peruwd
on the part of all persons desiring to
lencfit themselves by purchasing
goxls at low rates. Read It and see if
you can do letter than by giving him
Messrs. Keebler A Roberts are now
ready to show customers through their
new stock of groceries, provisions, con
fectioneries, tobacco, cigars, etc., in tl
building directly opposite Churchill A j
Monteith'a. Lok out for their
in this paper next week.
II. Bryant, Esq., of AHwiy, one of
the earnest prohibitionists of Unn
county called at Lebanon on Tuvsday
arranging for the meetings, announce
ments of which are given In another
place in this week's Extrkss. Mr.
Bryant is a whole team in temperance
A few days ago Charley Harmon
sent the model of his improved etove
oven. which he has applied for a pat
ent, to Washington. It is ingeniously
constructed, evincing some fine points
In mechanician!. We hope Charley
will realize a
handsome profit on his ,
Mrs. IL M. Leartes, who received a
broken leg and other severe injuries
by being thrown from a hack which
ran off a high grade on the county
road near Albany, a few months ago,
has brought suit against Linn county
to recover SortOO damage. Tiie ease
will come Iefore the October term of
the circuit court.
Mrs. Itiggs, state president of W. C
T. U. Is out In a card recommending
the women to follow the example of
other states and le out in full force at
the polls November 8th. Xo doubt
they will, for who is wore deeply in
terested in the work than the mothers
and wives? The ladies of Lebanon
should make a note of this fact and act
During this week all of our mer
chants have again received large In
voices of goods. We wonder some
times what the do with them. But
the mystery Is easily explained: the
people are supplied with them at such
agreeable figures is the reason they
disappear so quickly. Large sales,
fcniall profits, aud lots of printer's Ink,
is the motto of the Lebanon merchant.
It wins every time, too.
Mr. Joseph Nixon, formerly of the
St. Charles hotel, returned from his
visit East last Monday. He was gone
four weeks and visited Iowa, Illinois
and Missouri. Besides having a very
pleasant time he learned many things
of interest concerning his old'stamping
ground," and is of the opinion that a
great many people of the localities he
was in, w ill immigrate to this coast,
as tiroes are dull there, the corn and
other crops being very short this year.
On Saturday evening last a singing
association was organized here under
the management of Mr. J. W. Hempill
and Mrs. Agnes Clugston, of the Con
' oert and Convention Co., of Chicago.
Those who have taken lcssonsare high
ly pleased with the system, and thot
result of the work here will be tne or
ganization of an association of singers
'Which we hope will "very materially
assist In the congregational singing of
the several cnurclies, ana aaa to me
Interest of other eutertainments.
On Wednesday afternoon last we
were pleased to see Dr. Alexander, ac
companied by his daughter, Mrs.
Westlake, driving through town. The
Ioctor is greatly prostrated by a recent
stroke of apoplexy,' but is recovering
as fast as the nature of the case will
He says that just previous to
the attack, he was engaged in looKing
over, aud re-arranging some papers re-
quiring a stooping posture of his body,
which he thinks more than anything
tlse caused tiie attack, which, lor
7i 1. t.. f.fi 1 m-
Churchill & Monkllh are to be com
mended for Ihelr regard for home In
dustries, as they have mieeeeded i
contracting to Mr. Bennett, the rail
road contractor, a vast amount of
tlour manufactured nt the Lebanon
Mills. Over 4,H!0 pounds of this
tlour has been (hipped to the funnmlt
and Messrs. linger A Wnswm arc still
pushing thlmp at the milt lively to
supply the full amount required. The
Lebanon brand of flour is in jtnpular
demand now and give the very best
of satisfaction iijual to any manufac
tured In the valley.
A short call at Hardy's Jewelry store
on Wednesday was made Interesting
by observing the numberlem things he
has in the toy line. Mr. Hardy ha
"taken time by the forelock' and dis
plays a large assortment of holiday
goods, consisting of almost everything
pleasing to the eye of the old and
young. Among his goods are dolls of
every description, from the large Im
pounder down to the Wee, little blue
eyed thing with moveable "pecpera"
closed when laying down, and open
and sparkling when standing up. The
little folks will certainly haunt Har
dy's store from now till Christmas.
Hoys who smoke cigarettes and
Lebanon, we regret to any, has a num
lr of them amy be interested In
knowing that these "dainty stinkers"
are made from what Is known In east
ern factories as "snipes" the ends of
cigar stubs thrown Into the gutters and
gathered up by the Italian laszarnnl
that make racpicklng a business. The
article, is flavored with double extract
of assafoedita and vulture livers, and Is
most deadly In Its Influence upon the
nerves and brain. If boys will smoke
they ought to use cigars or decent tt
haeeo, and not take the chances of de
stroying their eyesight and paralyzing
their brain by sucking these poisonous
, A ladies purse 8 miles from Lelanon.
Owner can get it by describing it and
paying tor this advertisement. Ad
dress J. II. Henlngvr, box 19, Silverton,
Oregon. . -
An Important Meeting.
At a meeting of the W. C. T. U.
of Lebanon, last Tuesday afternoon. It
was decided to adjourn to meet in the
afternoon of fliesday next, October 25,
at 4:30 o.elock, in the Principal's room
of the public school building. All the
temperance women of Lei inon, whet h-
On Wednesday last many of the
good people of Lebanon were seen
wending their way to the new M. lv
parsonage with their well-filled bas
ket, containing everything Incident
housekeeping. In the evening the
to these proceeding was reveal
an invitation to attend a recepr
Hon at the residence of Mr. Z. T. Bry-
; ant, in honor of Mrs. Skipworth, wife
of IU?v. Walton Skipworth, of the M.
E. church, who arrived on the after
noon train. While regretting our Ina
bility to lie present, we are pleased to
learn the affair was a very pleasant
one, and again take pleasure in wel
coming Rev. and Mrs. Skipworth to
their new home, wishing Walton suc
cess iu every good word and work.
Everybody, especially anti-prohibitionists,
are Invited to attend tiie tem
perance ralley at the First Presbytcri-
an church, to-morrov(Sat.)evenlng,at 7
j o'clock. Speakers from different pla
ces throughout the county, will ad
dress the people.' Remember, prohi
bitionists, there remains yet but a few
days to work, ami we would urge up
on the temperance people of Lebanon
and vicinity the importance of
strengthening our ranks for the great
battle in favor of the home and against
the rum power on the Sth of next
month. Come to the meeting, and if
you have any saloon friends, bring
them with you. See that Lebanon
precinct gives a good majority for the
amendment. There will also bo a
meeting at Shedd, to-morrow evening.
Incendiaries In Lane County.
Sunday evening about 11 o'clock,
says the Eugene Guartl, the barn on
the place of Mr. II Woolrlde, about
one mile north of Smith field, was
burned to the ground, and also a lot
of harness that was stored in the same
belonging to the renter, Mr. D. West.
The barn was insured for $300 in a
company represented by W. S. Lee, of
Junction. The horses that were iu the
barn had been turned out, or had got
loose and escaped. It was evidently
the work of an incendiary, as a bunch
of rags, saturated with kerosene, was
found in the barn, that had not been
entirely consumed. The incendiary
had also attempted to burn the dwell
ing but lauea. Mr. wooinae was
at the house of another renter, some
few miles away, being sick at the time.
An attempt, we learn, was made to
burn the same property about one year
A Dishonest Drummer.
On the 20th of September one Furey,
a traveling salesman in the employ of
Lang A-Co., Portland, sold It. McCal
iy of this place a bill of goods, amount
ing to fGO.OQ, for which he received
the money and receipted for. On Oc
tober 1st, Furey called on Mr. MeCal-
ly again and was favored with an or
der amounting to $G5.00, received the
money which he did not receipt for.
As the goods did not arrive In due
time Mr. McCally wrote to Lang A Co,
and in reply they stated that Furey had
been discharged from their employ
on September 23; that our merchants'
letter disclosed the fact that the festive
Furey had furiously swindled him out
of $63.00, and urged Mr. McCally to
lay the case before District attorney
! Blackburn, which he did ou Tuesday
j lasL But wiiere i8 Furey? Probably
: on Ua journey Hast, and as he flies
over the rail 8 forcing his attention
j Upon the ladies' just as Furey-ously as
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Additional local news on second
A ri-itn Meeting.
On Rumlny' lnwt the spiritualists of
this community held another of their
'meeting nt the residence nt Mr. John
Recti on Hamilton creek. , Thirty
eight persons were In attendance, and
much Interest was manifested. The
exhortations were earnest, appealing
to all to live In tho fearofOod, that
the future life may becm of happiness
In the great hereafter. This in Itself
Is a grand teaching. Phenomlnat
Spiritualism has Its mysteries, and Is
open to Investigation. That departed
friends communlento with their loved
ones on this side of tho River, is not to
all rsons a practical truth, but the
theory no doubt Is worthy attention,
and like all other religious theories,
should not lc condemned until thor
oughly Investigated. If there is any
one thing' more than another "which
gives this ct the prominence It en-
Joys, It Is the character of the pot-sous
who embrace the doctrine. Some of
the vfry best people those of intelli
gence, with excellent virtues, have de
voted their lives to the promulgation
of this doctriue.amt died In the blissful
hoperiflminortullity. Claiming Christ
as the example of creature divine, If
they, or any other denomination of
men and women follow what to them,
seems to e His precepts, they are cer
tainly entitled to a share of the regard
extended to thoe of our community
who are trying to do good.
The meeting on Sunday last to which
we were an invited guest, was a pleas
ant one, socially, as well as otherwise.
At 12:30 the tables were spread and an
excellent dinner was served, and, we
doubt not the ladies will bo of the
opinion that we came nearer doing the
bountiful repast justice, Rum the re
port we herewith give of the occasion.
Report of the Iebanon Public School
for the month ending Oct. 14, l&S7s
t lKST DKl'AUTMKNT.
, Jfumlier of loys enrolled, 26; num
ber of girls enrolled, 24; total number
enrolled, SO. Average dally attend
The names of those pupils whose av
erage in all of their studies and deport
ment Is 80 per cent or over, are as fol
lows: Louie Peterson, Frank ie Burk
hart, Neta Crouch, Delia Hardy, Mag
pie Cotton, Ora Harkness, Johnnie
Morgan, Odell Peterson, Eddie !uy,
Fay Donaea, tleorgie Unger, Johnnie
Ralsto.i, Melvln Arnet.
Miss Faxxik Uriguk,
Number of boys enrolled, 11; num-
Ur of girls enrolled, 21; total number,
32. Average daily attendance 27.
The names of those pupils whose av
erage in all of their studdie and de
portment Is 00 per cent or over, are as
follows: Fannie Reynolds Hda El-
klns, Nellie Burroughs, Bertie Hmith,
Anna Talbott, Jessie MeCalley, Maude
Niekerson, Willie "Donacu, Mcrton
The average dally attendance In
both of the dejKirtmcnta has lieen very
good when we consider the fact that
iiuhiUt of the pupils enrolled were not
mendiors of the 8cha4 until the second
or third week. At this season of the
year there should be no excuse why
the youngest pupils should le absent
except that of sickness. It is not only
an injury to those who are at went but
to the whole school, and is also a great
annoyance to the teacher. Parents
will please see that their children are
not absent. Ciias. H. Hunt.
Wheat. )! nnd Ilu.
Wheat Quiet and rather easy
markets abroad, those of this side show
lug no decided strength. Our own
rules very quiet, the bulk of business
not being increased to a marked extent.
From all iarts of the Northwest re
ports are of heavy deliveries of wheal
at shipping points. East of the moun
tains rail lines are pushed for cars to
accommodate shippers, and some
points have nop lcen able to get a
promise of cars to carry stock sold.
This is especially so with regard to
flour. Throughout the valley there Is
a firm feeling and sellers are gcttiug
64c at Albany. The valley markets
show a range that would make the
Portland figure $1.1SJ.20 per cental.
Oats Light movement and, quiet
market. San Franeiseo is very Irreg
ular ; quote Oregon $1.30W,1.3i.
Hops Buyers' ideas are not over 12c
and this is buying very little just now.
While the outlook In this line Is not
equal to what it has been in some for
mer years, yet, ' we are to a great ex
tent Uie arbiters of our prices. In San
Francisco some sales have leen made
at figures which Oregon hop raisers
would hardly think of taking aud, yet,
they are thought to be fair. Oregon
and Washington raised hors are far
superior to those grown in our sister
state to the south, and as a conse
quence we may expect better figures.
This first shipment of forty-five l vales
weighing eight thousand ounds, from
Halem, netted the grower 12 cents
there or almost flOoO.
Mr. A. Compton, formerly a resident
of this city, but now of Wood's, Tilla
mook Co., lias been here for the past few
days visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. Compton, among other things is
engaged in bee culture, and tells us
that this year his bees produced a sur
plus of 1500 pounds of the finest quali
ty of honey from fifty stands, with an
increase of forty stands. He says his
community is rapidly settling up;
they now have a thriving school dis
trict with three mouths' school during
the past summer, and will have a
three months' term this winter. There
is some good government land yet to
be taken near where he lives, and that
lillamook county, bo long isolated.
gives the best evidences of prosperity,
as another year or two will most cer
tainly witness the building of one or
more railroads Into the county. As a
stock and dairy country Tillamook
county probably exeella any other part
of Oregon, while it contains the very
best of timber on the coast. There are
places of resort, too, awaiting only bet
ter facilities of getting there to bring
them Into prominence. Netart's bay,
will undoubtedly attract manv tour
ist,m account of the excellent tiuali-
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iy hiiu luiuiittaiict: oiciauiH, oytsien ami
onicr aiiraciions it poBSebsca.
The nnuiy friends of Mr. Junius Ru
bric, of Washington county, will regret
to hear that ho met with an accident
at The Dalles oif Friday last ami was
so severely injured that it is deemed
Impossible, that he can recover. He
had Iteeii feeling better of late than for
two years past, and thought he would
make a trip to his cattle ra litre In the
Yakima country. He thought he
would like to travel tho old route over
tho Himooe mountains once more, so
went from here by bout lust Friday,
taking his horse and buggy along.
While driving from tho latat into The
Dalles In tho evening, In the darkness
the old gentleman ran the wheels of
the buggy up on a side va lk and was
thrown out, striking on his shouldesr
ami side, and was severely injured In
ternally. His friends here received a
dispatch on Huuday morning stating
that ho was dying. HI brut her Rob
ert and his "daughter, Mrs. Maclsth,
at once started for The Dalles. On
their arrival ho was able" to recog
nize them, but has Ixhmi iu a stupor
ever since, and the doctor nlve no
hope t hat ho will recover. Mr. Ru
bric Is one of tho curly pioneer settlers
of Washington county, and one of
those who went from this slate to the
mines In California in '40. He is veil
known ami respected throughout the!
state. The ranks of the Imnd of pl-
necrs who early settled Washington
county have 'been sadly thinned of
late years. Among those well known
who have crossed the last divide with
in a few years are Joe. Meek, Ulysses,
Jackson, Jacob .Hoover, Ben Cornelius,
Cary, Conkllng, Freeman, Elliott and
"A fair Hearing ant
a rail Illaeu.
The citizens of the different precinct s
of this county are Invited to public
discussions on the leading Issue of I In
coming election the prohibitory
amendment, at the following places
and dates, under the direction of the
Linn tounty Temperance league.
8)akera will tie present from differ
ent places throughout the state and
Waterloo, Monday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m.
Hodavllle, Monday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m.
Hwcet Home, Tuisday, Oct. 23 at 7
Brush Creek, Wednesday, Oct. 20, at
1 i it,.
Crawfordsvlllo, Wednesday, Oct. 27
at 7 p. in.
Brownsville, Thursday, Oct- 27, at 7
p. m. -
Center School House, Friday, Oct. 2S
at 2 p. m.
Harrlsburg, Friday, Oct. 2S, at 7 p.m.
Lake Creek, Saturday, Oct. 25), at 2
Halscy, Saturday, Oct. 20, at 7 p. 111.
Not a vacant house to be found In
E. T. T. Fisher, county surveyor,
was In the city last wet k.
Dr. H. H. King contemplates build
ing a new dwelling house this fall.
O. B. Cyrus, the popular clerk at
Johnson & Shelton's. contemplates
taking a course In the Portland busi
At the last city council the recorder
was authorljad to iign contract with
F. V. Pi ntland for Mater supplies fur
fire protection, for five years at the
rate vt floj per year for the city of
Melt Shelton and Owen Cyrus
bought them one of the finest dogs
ever brought into the city. We were
unable to find out the kind of curious
family It was named after. A. M.
CLOAK I CLOAKS t CLOAKS!
Wo will sell our entire stock of
Cloaks and Jackets AT CO.STforthe
next Thirty Days imrtys needimr
anvthing in this line can save money
by calling 011 us.
Thompson & Waters.
try Khouhl know the gront value of
A ! lalnniuikOl'IMii u u k Lliuwl ti -i 4l
cr. It gives tone, health, and stremtth,
m ne 11n1 irftmi, inrrcvm nil irrejiu
lar'tii. anil t y tw!d titiYkiirniiHK frirti tli
system. Youmr and old use it. Price
Mother Cary' (Sutntree Cough Syr
up 1m not sicken the stomach, or
bind the Ikwc1s, safe for a child or an
adult, end will le found the best prep
aration Tor a Cougli, Cold, Bronchitis,
Whoopinir Cousrh or Croup and any
affection ot the throat and luntrs.
J. A. Board, agent for Lebanon.
Money to loan, by Curran 4
teith, Albany, Oregon.
tf For good meal, go to the City Res
taurant Albany. Meal 23 cents. tf
JKTTF.U BATKS At the ivxMrnrc of the bride'
r-arorns, m-nr Sclii, Linn nsinty, Orvm, Ocuv
!ht 12, vi, by Ki'V. Spwry, of Itrownxville,
Mr. J. n. Jkttkb. of tnytHi, Miirion counly Or.,
and MissLimje 1. Hath, of Soio,
The hHppy couple have the conpmtulations of a
host of trlemts both in Marlon and IJnn conntle.
As the river no longer divide them, may they
live long and hnppy life. II. E. P.
KKBI.ER SMITH At tho residence of the
bride' mother, iu I.lnn einmty. Oregon, tK-tolx-r
li, 1SS7, lv Ka'V. Jame lltrkman. Sin. K.
Kkkri.er and Mha Ansik Smith, both of J.luu
You -:- Certainly
WANT A -
THIS FALL AND WINTER,
Why don't you go to BLAIN, the
Leader in Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADES,
From Eastern Factories.
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. We arc confident of Pleasing you. All
we aak is the opportunity of
Through' our gtock.
WE ALSO KEK1 IX STOCK
The Celebrated BrownsYille Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
Leading Clotliicr and Merchant Tailor,
C.-11. MONTAGUE'S COLUMN.
return his beM thank io old friendo and nv who
fnm llirwarrl o roniMlr when he'ak Tor a rtii
ern! M'tilemeht. lltere I rH a itreiU ttumy tlum.
and dollar due jn hU h 1 would Iw very P'd In
rwvlpt nr. ftmie up at ouee geiitk-nica and let
tia liav ficace.
On the Keen Trot.
Neither Mnu!C"e or hi rkrk pel time loac
ruiuulae tnm'h Befh tn trmnnl of Iwlna et on
the keen. Intl waltltiir oa rtftomer. He luut no
flirlilliir? weight to announce, ltt ho rtede the
Ih-h y eit'hu In come anything near hltn ly low
Irlet'. Always go to Montiiaii", w arn not t
overimnlnl with fal t wait on you and H you
our (!1 frch tAock at tlw tvrr uniullcst living
till Rive 36 IXCHK FOR A YAHD. Ho rnea
nrv w ith the name old jrardntlek lie ha tied In
1j t.n.Hi fur the lmxt 1 year. When you want
Oill niea-tiri, low iriec, Rt! and indite at
tention rail in. Vi will And all these entiditiuii
existing at Moutajjuv' Miuuatuth t'uh Mure.
ha none hut kindly feellnR for hi mmpotltor.
Itlit ay, hoy. If you really want to sell any Rood
w hy do you sit around nil day neeumulutliiK fiit
inxtend of nistlinK tor tnuleT Sell ymir ptNl
away down Uks Muuukgua dous, and ull oiay be
Andrews k Hacklcinnn's Col'.
5 ! oj
ST 5T TM
IT TiNf" Jj.
Dry Goods Department.
We hnve. j'vt ren lvi"! our full t-k which l"
rmilele Inal lif, embnirltiir new dre it'I
In llk and wl titltl tf frtfy liailej cailil
mere, Imlli cliHli, ere ete, ; full KlitKham. hew
lrltit ynrn Iu tiernmu wiirted Kaxniiy and fac
tory blriiiket. run: fort. Haiuxdi; In fart erery
tliln In thl Hue whU h rv irejortrd to ill
m: at bM eM irlte.
Fancy Goods Department.
We hre now In tiiek the fluent line of rlhlton
t lint b ever Im-4'ii bruiiKhl iu la-hamm in dln
pii-ot lw and tlr eniwtt edi tw new bkiek
t-miethlnir tww.) nl- tif line m lii"Iery, tmxtle,
Inwe. itiiirt'-ni, wool tnllt. wtl k hauker-
rltk-f. Imtioti, brail ete. U tnim; raik'Us tltnu
e r U-ftire.
We hnvc received thl week Very fine wkrttnn
tf jiHUh and men' mil iif the latest utile and
mi;nmti whk h we hall d!-jiiif at kiwo val
ue. Gents Furnishing Goods
We ham an eleimnt line In pent fttrnvhinir
,t a we alway 4i tnt the foil trade, mteh a
fwtiey neck w r ft the yresJ men. Htp ndi-r
In ail ma-lea fnm X-ti u One-half he nt the
rmHi HmlUfl III. n-ake. wlik-h I the het that
eine U thl market. Wlk and liaen hanker
ehU Is. funey and (1;In aider wer, eollar and
c-tili in nl!uloM uil !jhil
Boot and Shoe Department
Wo have a lirpj trwle In thl di-jiartment, be
eat we rarry NHhinif lilt the lirt pwrt awl
w lien we 'U a pair of txit or hne we always
trtva our eti-tiimer jrood value 1 their money,
thereby retaining their trade. Our mlc of the
W. V luiurUi. Kline hn been Iwyond our eieet
tion ami utill inrreaoiaut. John MhikUIF ndar
tlppel pUi for-rhlMren arel mltM, received
the irreat medal at the New Orleans fnir, a the
bt4 in tlte I'uitet ?tale: they are tire be? shoe
thai ean 1 olaahwtl; thvrv i an bcttet made;
we aiv the Xie airent ta Ihb rlty. Our Iay Hew
ed ewa have a bite run forityle and dumbUity;
they ean j.ot he beat, and a ry a a eu-tom-ntatle.
! ntit fortret the okl n-lUbk- Bukiucham
A Heeht boa and hoe jp nxl hone4 m !-; no
.-Uo-My In tlienu When you want aguudpairof
v1hhh Uiot come In and e ua.
Our new line of dadoware has arrived and 1
reudy for mile; thU I auuietlng new, ladio, come
In and wee it.
The prettiest thing yet in baking powder priie
is the crystlo puff KUuwwarc that wc are Riving
away w 1th our silver star uuklng txiwdvr; a piece
w ith each euu.
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3 Geyscrite Soaps, f
A LISA X Y, ORrVION.
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Greater and Grander than Ever! Don't Hiss It.
Lo, We are with You onco Again.
F. IT. ROSCOE fc CO S
New Monster Sliowts!
Double Exhibition, a Mammolh Menagerie, and an Imrrsenss
STOCK OF HARDWARE,
WILL KXIIiniT AT
Lebanon, Oregon. Friday, September 16, 1878,
ASI CXJXTIXCK ISUKKISATKLY.
Amoiis Die croM numliorof Xov'I
lits atK-k if Shelf Hardware, and Ut
liuliiiii Utrhter of two Jit-uiij-jiln r -
AttH-rica, who will ulwajs U louud
w uiilH of funtoruors.
HIIL ItANJKJLPII CHURCHILL,
The Martvr Bhot of the CJallcry, nam
with hU f 125,000 herd of Dancing KUhntat and school of Traiiied Cei, w ill
be plwuit'd to
SELL YOU HARDWARES
A Free Btreet Pagflanl of Gorgeous Magnificence, Placet 1 in front of our HVttQ
Doors open from 7 A. M. till 8 I. sr. Excursions on all JVnaU.
Admission, Free. Children, Half-Price.
If vou wbh to purchase. Wlio fr your Hoy T that will -;?.n-l
the wear and tear of every day omgv, that made of honest ithcr
throualmtit, and on conimon-ty-nsH! idi-af, call for
HENDERSON'S "SCHOOL SHOE,"
made of !ath Bright and and Oil Ornin. and known everywhere 1y Uie Tmd-
Mark of the LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE, famd on the bottom of otie t f
each pair. Kone genuine without it. lieware of imitations.
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TRY HENDERSON'S SPECIALTIES.
Tlteir Women' Curacoa Kid and Tampieo Oosit liutton, to retail at ?2."t.
Tiirir Womens' Henderawi Kid. French tanned. Button, to retail at S.iK
The are etitehed with Silk, made solid in every partieular, and will make your
feet look amall and ahnpely.
FOR SALE 13 Y-
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Dhugs and -:- Medicines
'-"iints, Oils and Glass
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
'ATuin Strcrtt Lebanon, Oregon.
W. B. DON AC A,
Groceries, and Povisions,
Tobacco and. Clga.r3.
Confeclionety, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware,
Pure Sugar and Maple Syrups.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS..D
Country rrcxluee taken
"GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES, IS MY MOTTO.
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Foreign oncl Doniotic
FVnftiroa. Mil. HOSt'OP rw.ii.ij tt.U rt
Mr. Ufs. V. (,'ju s..v, tin r.!r!;uii;.
, vvitlxnit b rirl or cquHl in Kuri'tx t,r
UIiIikI tiie t-outittT ready to sujjjiv iho
JACK, THE GIANT KfLLEIi,
in liia WfHHlerfu! 1 'si1:i of ctrtiitii,
. OUR BARS OF IRON.
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in. I2;cli;ra for Goo i