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The Lebanon -'.Express
KlilDAV, OCTOlSKlt 2S, 1SS
Henry Haikm Jms returned from
hi iiistt'rn, visit also Mr. Vouch.
Ituth n jHut a very pleasant tour.
Mr. U. N. Thompson, of the firm of
Thompson A Waters, Hrownsville call
ed at Irt iuuitui yesterday on his way to
It Is to he regretted that no Fxnkers
were present at Waterloo on Monday
list. A misunderstanding was the
cause t fit.
Tikc the papers opposing Trohihi
tion, the KxricKss devotes its columns
principally to our side of the question,
TSTc. Miller of Ilock Hill, has pur
chased the tYtsick projcrty viiiinml
Street anil will lyjrcaftcr lw a resilient
of I A-hanon,
Jf. R. llcaru & I.ro. have opened a
liriKvry store in Jefferson, this county.
They are point? to sell gtxida down for
cash. Sie large hills. j
Mr. F. H. Haas, formerly of Iowa;
ami cx-elitor of the Maskatine (Towal ;
Journal, eoninu need teaching school
in district Xa 34, on Monday of last
He "ml' in another eolmnn an
muncir.( a jrranil Prohibition rally on
Monday evening, Novetnlier T. lie-
tmmler this is the evening previous to j
JVm't fail to read the letter from At
torney lieneral Bradford, of Kansas,
on first page of the Kx press, this
week. It is a iowerful argument in
favor of prohibit ion. IJeaii it.
The members of the First Presbyte
rian church are making preparations
to have an entertainment and super
on the evening of NovcndxT lsth.
Further notices regarding it will lie
made in the future.
Ijet every temperance man and wo
man in Lebanoii and vicinity Fosolve
himself and hewlf into n committee
of one, fbr the purpose of making the
meeting on Monday evening, Xomn
1t 7, the largest and most enthusias
tic of the campaign.
JIix another column will lie found tiie
''aif of KecMer A, HoIh -L. These
joung gentlemen have started in busi-
ness under most favoraMo eircumsan-
ces. Jioth are Well and favorahlv :
known and will no doulit succeed.
They denote enterprise, which is the
on essential in that direction, dive
them a call.
The Orrgontmi says whisky "pi imcs"
men for munler, witV-lMating, tten but
yet in Its frantic endeavor to keep the
"primer" the seller in the "priming"
business, it stoops even to an unholy
abuse of the pulpit, and evervbodv
who admits with it that the whisky ; great iy increase! since tne adoption of singing, as a broken-hearted wife, ap
f raffle is the prime s uree of nearly, if; the prohibitory fimcndmeiit, and if the I paling to hep hiuhand, and not have
not. Iliiw-tonrllis. of all tiip orinie nmi- ! I, ..,,,!., i l,.,.x .... it it ......i.i I had the spirit of L-ood resolves aroused
mitted. Such cons-stencv. I
There was a grand meeting at thoj
Firt Presbyterian church on last Sat- j
urday evening. The "Prohis" were )
iot "fiKyle-t out e:ther. Ne.thprmd
they attenii t: "fMtl" the ar.ti-Prnhis,
by making their hill h read difivrciit
from the oHjt of th m.'ting. An-
ither gtKxi meeting was hehl at Sxla- ;
vilie oil Momlay nigfU, addrersctl ly ;
la vs. Acncson ana jwminger, , ami ;
. v. i'eieriAn rr me nvery n:ni 01 ?
W. V. Piterson & Co., having sold his
jewelry businers to Jfr. Xi. K. Hardy,
will now Ivi enabled to give his entire
attention to the livery business. A
few days ago I hey added to their splen
did turnouts a hcautuin span or "step-:
Iers ' bonght front 1'.. I., -nionipsan. 5
The enterprise of this firm wit surely
1,iii.!ti.nmm;tg..mimul.-. iiitr m- 1
H.rve it, too.
Some whisky men in this viciny,
nrc of the opinion thrt it will be a tor- L
rible "slam" to the Exphfsm if the
prohibitory amendment is defeated.
Of course it Would regret su?h a ca
lamity, btrt, lie it understood the K.Vr :
VRKSs is only a local pa tier, and the
fact that Linn county is going to give ;
a good round majority for the amend-
nier.t. is glory enough for it. Kven
tin will en i iso our
protn eagle to 1
trot am vociferous! v. t
The Orcffonian in it i contemptible
fr?nti pnil-nvfvrs tc Kfivo f.c nimel-i
w r ti,- i..f.t i, ...invlf -
staring them in the face, like the hrawr j
tiey human skeletons they have made, ;
should, as it is evidently getting short ;
of "whisky thunder," throw in om? of j
tin sc "Mitchell letters." It will le i
rcmenilKrel they done good work for j
Mr. Mitchell. Indeed it may he that j
he Orrgontan is making votes jor tne
Judge F. M. Nfiiler returned Tueslay
night from a visit Last, which in ev-1
cry partitmlar was a very pleasant ami
interesting one. The G. A. It. en-j
campment at pft. - Louis, the Judge
ktvs, was a very grand affair, notwith- '
.standing the inclemency of the weath- j
tr. On leaving Duluth, he rciwrts the!
weather quite cold, and in the vicinity :
,.r u.i.Ln. Afniona otvi'it fi m rtivn i
inches of snow. We congratulate the '
Judge on tiie very , pleasant time he i
The whisky Jews of Portland are :
scattering themselves throughout the
state in a frantic endeavor toaave them-
selves and their disrputabl
from the defeat the prohibitionists
liave ii store for Hum on the Sth of
XoycuJier. It looks pow a though
all the gentlemen frjm Jerusalem, as
sicd bv Litih Apikcte and Mrs.
Dunniwav, cannot eountei-act the glo
rious spanking they deserve and an.1
goimr to get one wee f rom next 1 uts- j
iay. Oh! mei,i (.ott, Isaac! j
A HAI'PV BEIMOX.
t.. TT,.ro Tn this world of ours I
' n flowcrv r,las.
'r ,..,r mJIffi. and this world !
would lie far happier if ti1-V w6e more
frituent. What brought these
ii....,.j.inm inind uf.s si Tilcasant
Catherine at ine
house of Mr. William
Cmmings, Monday last, n the oeca-
mki of his 64th birthday, where ins
four daugliters gave those old psople a
.,i'.... CT,i-T.i-ij. lii-inHiir witii them i
i...,l.o,l ,i ,-l.ilfiren. ami lots'
.f the good things of earth and spread
". . t P . 1. n I ..... I ft tl l..1.fht
wlueh all enjoyed oniy
events ism Ik-. It was a sight to ite re-
iiicmb' red fur years to come. Ijoiij
iiuv thev live t'j cnjov snch re-uniojis.
' " " J. H. Vixsoir.
How Prohibition Vrnliihltti In Kninim,
In reply to the following circular
letter Milt out by the State Deputy
(Jran.l t hief Templar, J. K. Miller, of
IVndU ton, Or., the SUtr pu'-ilishefi the
I M fOHTAST.
PeMH.etox, Oh., Sept. 2, HS7.
Ih'ar Sir; As an Amendment i .1 the
Constitution of the Slate of Oregm
(prohihitiftg the manufaeture or sale of
intoxicating liquors r.s a leV3raic) is
to he voted on in Noveinlx r next, we
desire to know what the practical ef
fects of th,e Amendment are in your
city since lis doptlon, and ask the fol
Is there any effort on the part of the
olliceisln your city to enforce t lie Tcpi
pcrance Laws under the Amendment?
Art Temperance Jv.iws violated any
more frequently than other hiw for
the suppression of crime?
Is drunkenness any mope , prevalent
under Constitutional Prohibition thf.n
it was ln-fore its adoption?
Has the interest In temperance
grown less or greater since the adoption
of the Irtli!litry Amendment; and if
the people were to vote on It nuw
would it receive ft greater or less vote
than at the time of its adoption?
What- effect does prohibition have
Wliat is the iopulation of yiui city?
Kindly give the practical workings
of Constitutional Proliititloii of the
liquor t rathe in any other respect than
l have mentioned, ami oblige.
Yours respect Ailly, J. K. Miller,
Stale Deputy . V. T.
1 S. ff you. have not tlje tune to
reply plitise hand th's to sonic reliable
jiemm who will answer.
Wijitixo, Kansas, Sept. 22, 1SB7.
J. K. .MitAKR, Pendleton, Or.
lh ar Sir.'-r 1 u lvply to your circular,
1st. No need fvr it.
2nd, Think net.
3d. Ko, not SO nuieh ,o,
Prohibition is a success in Kan-You'-a
truly, W. J. Fi.kmi.no.
E.iriYnrA, Kansas, K.pl. 2"th, 1CS7.
J. K. Mu.i.Kit, Pendleton, Oregon.
Dear Sir; Your circular, dated Mav
22ih1, 1SS7, U Ik fore me, and in reply
There Ls a gi m r-al effort of our i
city cniit-n to enforce the prohibitory j
2nd. Temperance laws are as well j
enforced as other latvs for the sunnrcs-
sion of crime.
4 i :
31. Drunkenness has almost cn-
tsri'ly disappeared under pur present'
,., . . 4 t . , !
-mi. j lit- imeresi in lemix rauiv lias
.. ' "... i
' f ilu mm ii liiiivi II 1.1-
5tb. Criiwa and misdemeanors
have Kci.me less frequent, our Polkv
Court having iidthing scarcely to do.
fith. The p.-pulution of our city Is
; a! net 15, on.
Having nt diffi. n ut times leeu Coun-
ty Attorney of our (Lyont CAuiity, and
IY!;-e Judge of our city f.;ur years,
can hrlk froH,
- . 1 .1. .
la re iim.iibittou tnk ere?t
wensHCityoftheei-ondclasshadthe:,lcUirtU iU Monday nlglil
right to grant or ri fuse license, While !tin ,ar-e andiance. Ktv. ffould of
Police Judge one year wo had no Ii- j Shcld, formerly of Iowa, is also h-et-
'e:ise, and there were thirty-nine eon- I
i vict ion; for drunkenness. The folh w-!
ling year we had lievmte, and there !
1 were two hundred and f, ltv-iivc con-
vk-tion f.-r tlrunkeniui;! in my court, I
ij a Igrxe increae in mis.Iemean-!
rany xvh votnl njrahit FrthHi-!
tfiii uvmiIjI tii- A,iiiwi.L r it a trtt i f I
., .r . , . - . ,fc t )
j again in cur city. Many who spent j
nearly silj their time and money iu the j
i saloon, now have become Bolter and f
i industrious, usiiiff their means to sup- !
iKtrt their families. j
! Very truly, , C. R B. hki.ok, j
Attorney at Law.
IAWBRNXti Kaxssar, S,-pt. 11 1S.S7.
J. AiiLi.Kit, Fcmlletou, Ongon.
Jcir Sir: In the absence of mv
1st. It is ck forced to the letter.
2ii(J. Xot as much.
3d. SO per cent.
4th. Its majority would be
time greater now.
5th. It is reduced 50 per cent;.
Tth. There in not a vestige of the
I liquor traffic left in fxttyii. Cilad to
forward you anything wc cat) to help
Knelosed find clipping containing
letter of our Governor netting forth
clearly the true results of Prohibition
Very Truly. W. V. Cofkix.
The clipping refnrel to altove of a
letter of Gov. Martin's is the same that
has been imblisfied in the Sior and
numerous oilier temperance paiicrs and j
ought to be suflicicnt argument to coiv
vince any rational mind of the lienclits
of the Prohibitory law J. K. M.
-inatn that can, vote sUadihj
'" 4 r Jlrtr-T t-'t-rv utuv tioirit, int.
rum tire. Let hstve, votes.
Whut Internj trance lft pi.
Intemperance cuts down ycuth in
its vigor; manhood iu its strength and
age iii iM weakness.
It breaks the father's heart, bereaves
the doting mother, extinguishes natur
al afrcctions, t-rases conjugal
il love, blots
! out filial attachments, blights parental
i hope and brings (lNt u mourning age
iu wrrw to tlie Smvo.
11 1 ""luces weaklier, not strength;
iekncss, not hcaltli death, not life.
It makes wives, widows, children,
orphans, fathers, friends and
them paupers aijd leggars.
all of !
Ti r.i,. .1, ,..,..,:.
il in. .u.iu,, g"it
welcomes cpiacime, invites cholera,
imports pestilence and embraces etii'
It covers tlie land witl) idleness, mis
er' and crj,ae-
! Tf filiii vfiiii-wtr.ls snrrilis voiir hItiis-
- - . i i i ..
houses and demands your asylums.
It engenders controversies,
quarrels and cherishes riots.
It crowds your itcuitcntiarics and fur
nislics victims for your seailblds.
It is the life blood of the gambler,
the element of the burglar, t he prop of
the highwayman and the support of
the midnight Incendiary,
It countenances the liar, respects the
thief, and esteems the blasphemer.
It violate obligations, reverences
fraud and honors infamy.
It defames lenevnlcnee, hates love,
seornes virtue and slanders Iuikmh iui'.
It incites the father to butcher his
helpless offsprlns, helps thehusbaii'l
U nutssacR- hs wife and tjie child to
grind the parricidal axe.
It burns up men, consumes women,
iblcsts life, curses, and despises
It sqbrr.ns witnesses nurs -s jierjury,
lefllea the Jury Imx, and ttrains the
It degrades citizens, debauches the
legislature, dishonors statesmen and
disarms the patriot.
It brings shame, no honnr; terror,
not safety ; despair, not hope; misery,
not happiness; and with the maleYi
lenee of a fiend it calmly Hiirvcys Its
frightful desolation, and, unsatisfied
with its havoc, it poisons felicity, kills
peace, ndns morals, blights confidence,
slays reputation, and wipes out (he na
tional horor, then curses he world and
laughs at its ruin.
Voter, this is what J"u nf askeil to
cast your ballot agsdnst op the Hh of
"Whisky burn $ to fjeath more
men thnu were, tortured by
I.ust and Satrd.
The Celebr-ated Iratnaf:c Temper?
ance Cantata, epjitkil "Lost nnd Sar
cd," In three acts will be rendered nt
the Santiam Arademy, under the au
spiees of the M,. K. Sunday School, on
Friday evening, November 4th 1SS7.
It is the story of the fall of a man gen
erous in his nature and Msitive in his
eoiiviet ions on the tui. !, i t nf iii,..l.. !-.t,.
. . . . . . t i e tl
wi itmiu, ii p.ii ulic ii? rciviriil null
bis final reformation on (hegw-H-l plan
io relieve the menotony and keep up
a lively Interest, n humorous character,
! in the peiseii r.f Iktsy Sharp, is intro-
dueed pi vera 1 times, and she, with Mr.
i JiliKs, a nashlyl man, keei the nudi-
in a r;wr of laughter whenever
nppear on the stngv. From the
cast of characters, we do not hwitate
to say to all who will attend, that they
will le highly cntci huned. The foi
1 lowing t-sf intinlals will serve t show
! how f hi f'rtoi i h?i tuTi t-.i.iii-.1 in
,,fher ot i.w 0.'r.n.t.-ri i..- ti. . .
T!u. V:xtii,Cu rendered "at the U. I
church lai-t Fridav evening, by the
singing l:.s. of Prof. Leslie, was a
"!"H."i'(",,Hl gurpassmg iiu
I auucipaiion oi in most sanguine.
I lie lilav ltsi-lf is cxi-eilent. iK-lnir n
eombinatiou i f cantata and ilnnna, of
i fl tKtfi-re-nt iili'i iVniii lli ..iiu.p.iliii'
. ... .... ft.niitiiti . i
' llcll thtOir ti)il f.rtna ii l.'itM.i- v.iri.i.
ty. (W ArtKs tV.rfV- i ora
.-,,.,. u lm I ..
iu his heart must e rtainly lie Uyoud
: the reach of kind words ami sweel niu
sie. S'lrrtfmx Mi"' li-t!rf.
I llOM , AliVlLLK.
The farmers are all bus- sftding
I during the nice dry weather.
The new school house is completed
and !5 !j!oi eoiunieiici'd toilav.
.Miici ivni mceimj.s are ieuig
i held every night m the week (Sablmih
e.vi-cpted ) Kev. J. W. Wit h of Salem
,!ri"- yir ;- s an able lecturer and
hU experience in the Iowa canipagin
is of Rrcal "vantage to us in ourstrug-
g',e wilh tht
Mr., -ary Lathrop of jrichisron,
lectured at Orvallis last Wednesday
i,!l,f vim w a:.l...M.. i.
urtr wc cvvr b:iit the ilonsuro of li.ston-
ino iri liiif vli.'k n-in'r udoLi
, r t .
tenth a pompetent, are permitted to j
make laws for icr; s-he must pay her
taxes, anil lie amenable to all the Iaw j
of the lain. In thUjuxt? When the I
amendment i carried we will conrntr
ulate one another with the remark "wo j
t done it;" hut the writer of thin nrticle
knows Utter, if the amendment car
j ri a it will ite tlte prayein and work of
jthc W. C. T. 1T. They are doing a
; great work in our ftato and nation,
j though they can not vote, they can in
fluence many a voter. 8. A. Y.
"ThejJi puts to a rat ft. more
pfople tlian did Catherine dt
fS lO NOTES.
Frio, Oct. 2.").
Several new buildings are going up
I'rof. I4. if- "ll reports the North
ffcio school full and doing well.
Hemphill & Cn. have organized a
large music convention in Scio.
Pcntland'ij water supply company is
now furnishing the city with water.
Wo, re pleased to note that; Jeff Mj
crs is again upon our etteeta after bc-r
Joe Carey has jas returned from a
short stay in Lebanon, and has accvpt?
ed a pcsiiion in X. K. Price's store.
II. A. Johnson has goi.a to Califor
nia for liis health, the last account he
was in Ashland and much improved.
The O. P. railrcad will I egin lavimi
track to-day, and contractor Prink
says that the grado will be reatly for
; the ties in six weeks to the foot of the
Last Friday was the day fixed for a
prohibition rally and is long to be re
membered as one of the best and most
enthusiastic meetings Scio ever had.
Hon. William Cyrus acting as chair
man, fehort sfiooches was the order f
the day, and the fire was opeieI on
the enemy at 7 o'clock, by II. p. Webb,
f Allmiiv. nnd wns follmved liv IT V
... , ..j
Hfnmger, Dr. Gray, Mai J, Pain, O II.
Irvine, Prof. Lee, II. Pryant, Prof,
liojibof Albany and II. Gould, D. P.
Porter of Hhcdd, A. It. Cyrus of Ler
auoi). Prof. Lee and his liand of sing
ers furnished the music, which was
splendid. The opicsitin was cordial
ly invited participate in the discus
sion, but the only opposition was to
cut joose all the horses they could find
hitched to fence or bush iu town. The
antis must have been mad.
S2 lm yood U.ans for $1 at Koebler ii
We have no Indian fiirhters. cint
killers, dnnclng elephants, nor trained
cats, but we have the finest stock of
hardware, looking glasses, mirrors,
lounges and beding ever brought to
Lebanon at Vv tioan's. No hccoihI
lib salmon locts atKecbler
Montngue has received a nifignifl
dent stock of wall pftner which be of-
n rs ai less man nan ti
he ibices ttsuall
Moutagqe kecjw no seciuid Jiand
giod,s, nor does lo buy ('or an 1 ndian
or negro trade.
Farmers read the advertisement nf.
Italtilou t'ox. The p,eoples' tiroeer, aoit
Kvery house keeper should rend the
"ad" of llaLstou Cox, The People'
Ciwieer, It Is money in yourpockt.
('I.O.IKS! tl.OAKSI CLOAKS!
Wo will sell our entire stock of
Cloaks ami Jackets A V COST for the
next Thiiitv Hays party needing
anything in this line can save money
by calling on us.
Thnniison S Waters.'
Choice Oregon bird
Keebler & JioU rts.
and bacon at
Mother Car's (iuintree Cough Syr
up ilm not sicken the stomach, or
bind the bowels .safe fur a child or nu
ailnli, and wilt l found the lst prep
aration for a Coqgh, Cold, Itronetdlis,
Whooping Cough cr Croup and any
affection ot the throat and lungs.
J. A. Heard, agent fur Lebanon.
Monev to loan, bv Curran
tf teith, Albany, tregon.
For a g'vxl meal, go to the City
taurant Albaiiv. iiilsll cents.
liHIsn AMTIUVKlt A I he nllitM Uii
liriU-" imn-iiii" iti 1-i tnoiiiii. l inn iiu !) ' 'ri-wii
o. ti r Iti. ct, i v a. w. tuith.' Mr.
WlllIlM liiTI-IIAM.'ef t;ill!ll!! l-iHItllV. I.I Ml
I1 X Ml K II t VVK,
ii.--.i;i .M' i?:..,-.i lii r-i'ii-'ii-i. f Mr.
l.- t, m :tr i i lwii'iM. ih-tnli-r SI. 1-T. lit !. W.
Smi'.li. i---.i.. M. It H .iapii in Mi- s.i::r-
T- Mollli AN. Oil ill 1 inn rnlititjr. I )n-till.
lll'.l.KFl f f I M l. Kv At Hip n-.i.1i t:rr .rf
ir. r. 1. lti'i.-o. in nr 1.1'J-rtimo. l.mn intitttv.
Or.. minlHT ii, 17. l.v Utv.ii. M.'.ilwitir, Mu.
J. K. Sivi'l-l I riKl Ii ftti.l Mis l.'TTl I". Ml:kt.
Tfir lu!f-)y f f:i1o, 'i ,nrtnl to-tl.ty- fur Wnlhi
Watki. W. T.. f itli Ik- knvt iiT unify
friends. May lu-ir niturc li:"-1- imv if h- -Iws
Band Hall, Lebanon,!
The Meeting will l Addnsstd
1 1 0 u V I 1 3 1 S
I-rom Dificrent Paris of
Engaged for he Occasion.
Music will he Furnished hy the
Lebanon and Sweet Home!
Iu Connection witl.i Very
Yery Interesting Programme.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS:
Every Man and Wo
man IXTEUKSTED l?f TI I K rUCCIOSS
TIIIS FALL AND WINTER.
Why don't, you go to IJLAIX, the
Leader iu Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALI4 GRADES,
From Eastern Factories.
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap.
BARGAINS IX EVERY DE
PARTMENT We fere confident of Pleasing you. All
we ask is the opportunity of
Through our Stock.
WE AIJJO KEEP IX STOCK
Celebrated BrownsYille Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
lA-adhiK Clothier and .Merchant Tailor,
C. 15. MONTAGUES COLUMN'.
ruiiitus hi- iliatiks 10 oJI rricinUauil new n'm
cmnc ri.rivnril i .nniiily it In n lii- .isli for a ia n
cnl wliji-im-nt. Then- U jtl n prvnt many tlinii-t-uil
io1!rs ilm m lili ll I mil'.l Ik; vvJ' ttal to
rvrt ipt f-ir. rumc tip tit yaa gcutlimcti niiij K t
UN IllfVC K-U0.
On the Keen Trot.
N'lt!ii-r Mmitairw iir hl fU-rlt c-t th:i" to f-i-isiriu'tc
mtti-h tli-nh on iwi-jml if tn-itiy ki -1 nn
tin.- km-it tpt urnitine un rn-1iimi-r. IK- luis n
flultilut w Si:!it In biotiht, l ilt In.- ili fii- tl-l-;vy
mi?M tu ric nnylhins m-tir li(n In l.rar
lirli-v. .ib.t sf'i in M inttiB'K'. ar nt ti
nvrrtmrili-iifl wlih Tat t w.ilt p:i yivj nn-1 m-ll jihi
imr itiioit ffxU trti.i k ut Ihe t ry "intOH-M liy it s;
Mill Kive:T. IM UKS M)it A Y4IU1. Ho njoaK-
ntv with the une- tM yr.l'th k lie ha ti-vt in
IaI-oihiii rHT tli'-jw-t ) year. Wla-n ytu uuut
Rill mntMiiv. Ihh rli-i-, imI ch"I iiii'I llie wl
teiitlun rail in. Yihi will fiml all lhcc eiimliilvu'
rxKtlTis nt Mntj;j'iL''s Muujuiotb Cw-h tK.
IwKMtMioluilkliiitlyri'i'lliiira fiw: hli isiniiictUiMK.
IWt wy, Imys if you ri'iill want to K'll nny rikxI"
ivliy do ymi Kit nnHiiiit ali iluy lut'uiiiiiliitini; fnt
InMcinl r mMliiiK fur tiaito? Si-It ym:r kihwIr
uwnj-down like M'jiitijgiw.ili.H.'i', oml jell uiuj; h
well. ' ; '
Aiulnnvs & Hacklcmnn's Cor.
Dry Goods Department.
i ' '
I We lirvc jnt rnn lvi-il mir fill s('k r, lil h l
! nmijili-it- In ijll lisic, rmiini'-ftis rlrrwpA
in MiK nii niKii hiioi!, m evrrr .mii-: -.tklil-iiiit-,
liuMcs i-lolli, w-t(ii etc; Hi!) (tltiBlmtii.. now
rinn juniji in fitniinn wirti-t Saxuny nti't fap
Ury Mttafift, cmiforl. flitttni-K; 111 fitct ererr
tliliis in UiIh Uric n hlch aty .rt iur;(t to ill.
lM.-iit lovve-i jiri'.t-s.
Fancy Goods IJcpartment.
We t'vc now in Hx (lie lim--l line if ri'i!Hi:i
Ihni tin" cn;r tx-rn lir'itjiil,! tp lrlmnon In lu!n
ptiuit timl the tr'ltfc r new b!-k
e'i:n-l!!ns new.) nlsu (iijr i:i! 1 !i-irT. lnuMli.
h'wc nii'iHirtyr, mml uijtt-s ; Jap wife hunker-r!il-fs
Intttoiis taki l ie. fci tijtn: pnjjkte limn
W; 1tr e n-ji-tnil 'Ul Tiii-fc a very f-tM;si'lc!lon
i.f Tiiijili' n't iim1?!'!! iilt nf the stlt- rjnl
imtmms nhkrb itc sisal) (!i-i-(eiif at Vbi-!4 yal-
Gents Furnishing poods
Wp bs- i H-innt Ihr? In prnl tnmti'ms j
si.l we ; f:r tint fell lrlp, mk-Ii
f-iijrj: iu,rk near fif the V'juns inrn. Sn-T?mler j
in nil srj-i- TrNra a"t. up. I ! h!f of the
iiimiiii- l:.n kfonl It! iimki-. Ti-h 1 tlie thai f
r-.ni-? Irt thi-i i!i-rki'$. tiU'X linen liaukf-r-
i hU (" rHi-TitiMl jil.iiii nnHi-r Ki;;r. collars anl 1
nwr- ii i-1-lk.l-.i.l jrnil Ijs'ii.
i Boot and Shoe Department j
We hurt? n Urge trull? in thUitcpirtmen!. 1r-cui-e
e rarry ti'ithius tint llw l-t ls aait
n lieu t- wll pair of bmrtt or rtvie laray
'.v ir eu-t.Miitrr izrm vnlue fw th-ir mmtey.
tlw-rv4r ttn-kicx th-ir tm-lp. ttr fmvx of the
IV. I. nmmii-" !m, tn. Utii If'Ttm'l onr r.-t-
tlun nixt MiJ Iim.b-Mi!i:. Jofm Mwdi.t'ii ftAnt j
tlip-l vl fcr f hiiNrrn anH Dtlsmyi. K-Tivil
th" ct'M t.ie-lal t Iho Xenr Oikmifclr, tht
Ix-t in the I'uitcit sttc: Ihey ie tlie t-n-
t!iut ran li i-MulMed: th-iv 1 no ltt--i nm.V:
e ruths mte iiljt tht'iitj'- 4ur Imr -v
in1i havu hirua fit Ctrl ami unil-niry;
tlioy t an mit be tat, orxl an tay a a i-ntuin-nwh'.
IKi nut forjrt Iha old tliile Rutin'.; ham
i llii tit lnvrtsBTi'l shot's (rKt JT'."!: Do
"iMihly iii tin-in. Wlion yon want (rt psirof
f liin'.- boot romc In and to us.
Our now liiui if ilmlownre lins arrlvitl nnl fc
rv'ii'ly lor Nile; fius is twiuctJ; J'iv, lulic?, conic
in ami mx' It.
The iri'ttHKt UiIiir yvt iu linkiiij? ivilcr jirisos
Is Iho cryMlc ixitt' glassw aro tltyt are giving
away w ilia our j'ivicr star uvljgg iwvtte; a. piece
with cui-li can. 1 " ' "
8 :'-t , G< J II
i If... .nr. j . ...
wALLALii pUMFbOa, I
ton rm: t
Geyserite Seaps. f
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Greater ana Grander than Ever! Don't Hiss It
Lo, We are with You once Again,
F. H. ROSCOE & CQ'S
New Monster Shows j
r . . COMI'KIsilXO A-
Double Exhibition, a Mammoth Menagerie, and an lrmner)
STOCK OF HARDWARE,
rr-WILL EXHJr.IT AT
Lebanon, Oregon Frjrjay, September i6, 1878
AnmijjS tlie grrcf; mmiber of Norel Features, Mr. ROSCOK nnlnfi rr'de t".
his titock of Shelf Hardware, bim! to Mk. Ufa W. Cri fo.v, the romant
Indian Fighter nf two Hemi-jiheres, without a thai or cjual in Kurop"
Amerii-a, who will always be found behind the counter reudy to supely tb '
wants of customers. ". . . ' , f '.
HIU. ItASDOLPJI pIIliPvClIII,Ii,
The Mwer Shot of the Gallery, uses
-MIL MAC LE3UK,-
with his f25,6) herd of Dancins Klephnji, ami sehopl of Trai;el Ciif,
be pleased to - ''
SELL YOU HARDWARES
A Fr.-e Hirtet Rigeaut Qf Gorgeous Majrniticeiicc, Fhiced in frcnt of out.Ki-K'
Kiery Day. ; ;
Duorj rjn from ? a. m. till 8 I. M.
If ycu wi-h to tiurchegea i-ilio fiir your U.v or Girl that will et-M
the wear and tear of every day uisrc, ttiat i made of honest leather
througliout, aul on' eouiiuon-sense ideas, call for
nmdeif lvjth Ijriuhl tjnd and Oit Grnin. and known everywhere hv the Trud i
Mark or the LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE, &n!id on the bottom of one t
cjicIi pair. Ione genuine without it. lleware of imiiatitits.
tirv -qif t.v-'. 1 'i j ra. - -1
r all i't iriiiiii ii n i"i r ii- iiiiiinni r- frri " r rfcn nr " : frrari nr j
TRY HENDERSON'S SPECIALTIES.
Theif yVoinens' Curacoa Iid and Tampico tio&t Button, to retail at?2--i.
Their iVonieus' llendersoji MiL Frt-iicJi .amitd, Button, to retail at aij-
The are stitchetl jvitli Silk, made solid in every particular, and will make "?:
feet look giuall aad shaH'ly. " -' ' '
-FOri SALE BY-
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
- -DEAI.EK IX
Dkugs and -5-Medicisijsi
.'rPaints, Oils aad Glass.l:S-
ino Toilet Soaps, Combs, rushes, Etc,
And Fancy Toilet Articles. -PR
ESC R IPTIOJMS ACCU R ATELY COMPOUND ETi.
ATc'm Street, X-bano, OrerjorK
Wf B. DON AC A,
Groceries and Povisions,
'TqbaQCQ and (Cigars.
Gonfeetionery, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware,
Pure Sugar and
m GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Country i Vodvice jtalcexi. ii Excljango for Goo 1 .
"COOD.S AT REASONABLE PRICES," IS MY MOTTO.
Corner UrU:k Store,
5 T 1 f
I PK.U,KR IX . I
1 StationenY I
-OK A hit s !.V1S.-
Foreign and Dorr,estic a
! reriocljcnlS i
3 -. ' t
3 IjEBASOX, OlMXfOX. J.
J-VCK, TIrfl GIANT KILLER,
la hi.-j wonderful display ot strcn,
OUR BARS OF IRON.
Excursions on all Ilondi,
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