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i lie Lebanon Express:
Kill DAY, H:P,1U'ARY 4, 1S8K.
.1 . II. HTIN i : . I l i t Or .
Col. Rob Ingemul has ixcmed hi i ,
opinion that Ut-nerat Phil. Sheridan
can be tleeteil President, if he will ne
eept the candidacy. That settles it.
A foreign paper says that dimethyl
phenylexplyragal Is good for rheuma
tism. .Well, if it is good for anything else,
out with it. It certainly in not good
for pronunciation, Between disloca
tion of the jaw and rheumatism the
choice is not pleasant.
The Minneapolis' Tribune says :
"The British tlovernment has been
shipping large numbers of paupers and
criminals to this country under the
guise of 'assisted immigrants.' A great
many are sent iivby way of the Cana
dian ports to avoid the Xew York in
spection, there being no inspection of;
Judging from all the data that has
been obtained, there can be no question
that one of the great obstacles in the
way of agricultural prosperity is the
mortgage system. Reasonably valua
ble land will always command a loan,
but death is not surer than tne coming
of interest day, and with it the inexor
able agent of the bondsman. Moral
Keep c ut of debt, though you may have
to sell your last shirt.
In a letter of January 25th to B. F.
Jones, chrirman of the Republican na
tional committee, Mr. Blaine declares
that his name will not be presented to
the national convention called to as
semble at Chicago in June next for the
nomination of candidates for president
and vice-president of the United States.
There is but little doubt, however, that
his name will be presented and that he
will receive the nomination.
The difference between protection
tweedledee and free trade tweedledum
is strikingly set forth in the fact that
the weekly pay-roll of the Singer Sew
ing Machine company at Elizabeth, N.
J., amounts to $35,000 ; that of the same
company in Glasgow, Scotland, where
one-third more operatives ait? employ
ed, amounts to but $ 1 3,000. The Eliza
beth operatives earn $13 a week, but for
the same labor the Glasgow workman
gets only ?5 a week.
, In his very able speech in the Senate
In support of his bill to abrogate exist
ing treaties with Chiua, and exclude
the further immigration of that race,
Senator Mitchell stated from official
sources that there were over 2,000 Chin
ese laundries in New York, and nearly
as many in Brooklyn. There are
doubtless, proportionate numbers in
'every large city east of the Reeky
Mountains, and scattered throughout
the country. It is proof that they are
constantly working their way into the
country and cheapening labor wherever
they go. They will implant the opium
habit as they obtain foothold, and the
communities which they infest will in
time learn that an evil more seductive
and destroying than intemperance ever
has been will be fastened upon the
youtlis of our land. Worse evils to the
body- and the blood will follow in the
train of opium, as the imported Chin
ese harlots come, .
Men generally want a good deal more
than they need. A man feels richest
when he is just alxwt poor enough to
be what the world calls "comfortably
fT," and he can never realize the curse
of poverty until he is pack-saddled
with gold, and owns a mile or two of
buibling lots. To acquire wealth, he
sweats his soul and almost pulls reason
up by the roots. He thinks he wants
but little, but that obtained, he rubs up
his energies anew, applies another drop
of the oil of perseverenee, and drives
ahead for a little more. When he gets
to be old, broken down and good for
nothing, and has no relish for the
pleasures that gold can buy, he finds
himself a rich man, but he can now no
more enjoy his riches than a Laplander
can find use for fans or mosquito nets, i
Yet he buys h; treasure to the last, mot, r ,u hcr day
and when his eyes have grown weak in When the Ml ceased tolling, the
trying to read "A Title Clear" in the i strange minister rose in the pulpit.
gTay twilight of the tomb, is he only His form was very erect ami his voice
willing to acknowledge that Man tng; but hl hair was Hilvciy white.
. . . , j He read several passages of Scripture
really wants but little here Mow ?" , exprefiSlve of conlpassloll to fee
" - " - - i ble man, and especially of his tender-
It is estimated that there are at the j ness whell hairs are on hinl an1
present time in the United States live ; his strength faileth. He then made
millions of separate farms, and the;s'rie. touching remarks on human
ftoiisiis of 1SS0 Mnfr taken as a iruide. ' ailty, and of dependence on God, urg-
one fourth, or a trifle over that propor-
tion, are rented out, while the remain-
der are held and worked by their pro -
. ....... .
pnetors. At vnat time mere were m
Oregon 1B.217 farms, and of these 13-
, ., . .!
938 were farmed by their owners and
2;279 were in the hands of renters. ;
While the average per rent, of farms ;
rented in the United Ftates was 251
per rent- of the whole, the per cent, of '
the rented farms in Oregon was 14 per ,
-w ... . . . nt ;a
rent hi" rf farm is that tvvo-thiitl t.f'
reining CI iarms IS tliat vo-nllUS Ct :
jk-. -. . i. - ,! i i '
the renters pUy a share of the phicts,
and one-thud or thereabouts, I.y ;
. iit-Hity. i
com. in asmngioii xeiruory mere ; niand of tileir fellow-creatures. Xow
were 6,-529 farms in 1SS0, of which only ; I feel it. Our mother," he addtd, most
684, or less than 13 per cent, were rent- tenderly, "who now lies in death he
ed. The increase of population in '' fore lls- was a "danger to me, as are all
,'-.. . . - - . , . i of these, her descendants. All I know
W ash ington since that time has leen ; v i i i. u tj
a of her is -what her son has told me to-
very great, and these figures are more d.1Vj thnt s!le was brought to this town
than doubled since then, so any census , from afar, sixty-nine years ago, a hap
returns are valueless. A feature of the PJT bride ; that here she has passed most
A' MERITED REBUKE.
Jfot long since, my 9 an exeliangv,
a limn in middle life wnw to our
door ak'ng for "the minis ter, "and
whon infirnud Unit, he vn nut of
,w ,,lsp,ohlUa anA
anxious. On lnng questioned ns to his
business, he replied, "I have lost my
mother ; and as his place used to be her
home, and n5 my father lies here, we
have come to lay her beside him."
My heart re in sympathy, and I
said, "You have met with great loss."
"Well, yes," he replied, with hesl-
! t uu3, "a mother is a great loss in gei -
eral, but our mother had outlived her
usefulness.' ..She was In her eeconu
childhood, and her mind was as weak
as her body, so that she was no com
fort to herself, and was a burden to
everybody. There were seven of us,
sons and daughters, and we agreed to
keep her among us year about. But 1
have had more than my share of her ;
for she was so feeble to be moved when
my time was out, and that was three
months before her death. Jlut then
she was a good mother in her clay, and
toiled very hard to bring us up."
Without looking at the face of the
heartless man, I directed him to the
house of a neighboring pastor, and re
turned to my nursery. I gazed on the
merry little faces which smiled or grew
sad in imitation of mine those little
ones to whose ear no word in our lan
guage is half so sweet as "mother"
and I wondered if that day could ever
come when they wouid say of me, "She
has outlived her usefulness." "She is
no comfort to herself, and a burden to
everybody else !'' And I hoped that
before such a day should dawn, I might
lie taken to my rest. (Jod forbid that
I should outlive the love of my chil
dren ! Rather let me die while my
heart is a part of theirs ; that my grave
may be watered with their tears, and
my love linked with their hopes of
When the lell tolled for the mother's
burial, I went to the sanctuary to pay
my only token of respect to the aged
stranger ; for I felt that I -could give
her memory a tear, even though her
own children had none to shed.
"She was a good mother in her day,
and toiled hard to bring us all up."
"She was no comfort to herself, and a
burden to everybody !" These cruel,
heartless words rang in my ears as I
saw the coffin borne up the aisle.
The bell tolled long and loud, until
its iron tongue had: chronicled the
years of the toil-worn mother. One
two three four Ave. How clearly
and almost merrily each stroke told of
her once peaceful slumber in her moth
er's bosom, and of her seat at nightfall
on her weary father's knee. Six sev
eneight nine ten rang out the tale
of her sports upon the green sward in
the meadow, and beside the brook.
Eleven twelve thirteen fourteen
fifteen spoke more gravely of school
days and of little household joys and j
cares. iMXteen seventeen eighteen
sounded out the enraptured visions of;
maidenhoo! and the dream of early
love. Nineteen brought before us the
mi urougtit oetore us tne
Tvventv- sivke of the
, i 1 r ii .
wliose Heart was run t
bursting with the new, strong love that
iod had awakened in her bosom.
And then stroke after stroke told of
her early womanhotnl of the loves,
and cares, and hopes, and fears, and i
toils, through which she passed during
those long years, till fifty rang out
harsh and loud. From that to sixty,
each stroke told of the warm-hearted
mother and grandmother, living over
again her joys and sorrows in those of
her children and children's children.
Every family of all the group wanted
grandmotherthen. And the only strife j
was who should secure tlie prize? But
hark, the bell tolls on ! Seventy sev-
. . i 1. c 1. I
t ill 1 v liiivc tuui. il UT uv-
gins to grow feeble, requires some care,
is not always perfectly pat
ways perfc-ctly patient or satis -
fied. Hhe goes from one child's house
to another, so that no place seems like
home. She niurraers in plaintive tones
that after ajl her toil and weariness, it
is hard she cannot be allowed a home
to die in ; that she must be sent, rather
than invited, from house to house.
Eighty eighty-one two three four.
And she Is a second child. Xow "she
i outlived her usefulness, phe has now
! to be a comfort to herself or am
body." That means ehe has ceased to
be profitable to her earth-craving and
Now sounds out, reverlierat ing
through our lovely forests, and echoing
back from our "hill of the dead," eighty-nine
! There she lies now in the
coffin, cold and still. She makes no
trouble now demands no love, no poft
words, no tender little offices. A look
of patient endurance we fancied, also
an expression of grief for unrequited
love sat on her marble features. He
children were there, clad
woe, and in irony we remem
strnncr mnn'ti wnrtls "SJlio wtw n rvvrl
ing all present to make their peace
with their Maker while in health, that
they might claim his promises when
. heart and flesh failed him.
urn hi j . , , ,
i ureu, u miu, iue eiernai ko
s,la" lM1 1" retuge, ana neneam tnee
shall be the everlasting arms." Ijean-
. . . . .
ing over the desk, and gazing intently
on the cffined form Ixfore him, he
then said, reverently : "From a little
child I have honored the aged ; hut
never tiH S1"8 hai,s covered my own
1.,... J . . I 1 T t . 1, l. t a
iit'iin , tnu x Riiuw ntiw liiut ii iove ana
sympathy this class have a right to dt-
of her life toiling only as mothers have
strength to toil, until she had reared a
,, fanjp ((f and daughters .
mat slie it,"ft IOIIle 1Pre clai jn tl,e
w et-tls of -widow Umh. lo dwell among
her children, till health and strength
left her. Hod forbid that conscience
should accuse any of ingratitude or
mnriuerlng on account of the care she
has leen to you of late.
"When you go hack to your homes
ho careful of your example before your
own children ; for the fruit of your own
doing you shall surely reap from them
when you yourselves totter on the
orink of the grave. I entreat you as a
friend, as one who has himself entered
the evening of life, that you tuny never
say In the presence of your families,
nor of heaven, 'Our mother had out
lived her usefulness. Slio was a bur
den to us.' ' Never,' never! A mother
win never live so long as that! No,
when she can no longer labor for- her
children, nor yet care for herself, she
can fall like a previous weight on their
bosoms, and call forth by her helpless
ness all the noble, generous feelings of
Adieu, then, poor, toil-worn mother,
Thcr are no more days of pain for
thee. Undying vigor and everlasting
usefulness are thy Inheritance.
Four new postal clerks haveleen ap
pointed for the Portland and Ashland
division of the O. & C. railroad mail
service, and all are strangers. One
hails from Buffalo, N. Y one from the
Sandwich Islands, one from Closer
dale, Cat., while the address of the
other is unknown. Verily, the admin
istration has no use for Oregon mater
let that cold of yours run on. You
think it is a light thing. But it may
run into catarrh. Or into pneumonia.
Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia
is dangerous. Consumption Is death
The breathing aparatus must !e kept
healthy and clear of all olstructlons
and offensive matter. Otherwise there
is trouble ahead.
All these diseases of these parts,
head, nose, throat, bronchial tuln-s and
lungs, win lie delightfully and entirely
cured by the use of Bosehee's German
Syrup. If you don't know this al
ready, thousands and thousand of
people can tell you. They have leen
cured by it, and "know how it is them
selves."' Bottle only 75 cents. Ask
No Cure, No Pay.
Piles cured without caustics, ligera
ture or knife, by
1R. J. A. IiAMIIERSOX,
I.kraxox, On., February 24.
AVheat G2e !cr bushel.
Oats 35c per bushel.
Flour $5 50 per barrel
lYitatoes 50c jHr bushel.
Kggs 15c fier dozen.
Butter Stic jer lb.
Lard Oevle per lb.
Apples, ffreen 50c icr bushel.
Apples, dried !V 1 lc jer H.
Plums, dried 10c-f 12U pT W.
Prunes, dried liVrl2Je per Hj.
Hams 12c per n.
Shoulders 7e Hc jicr lb.
Bacon 10c per W.
IVkvI Oil ?I 25 iht 5 gallon can or
j i2 2o iH-r case.
j Every Iwxly needs a spring medicine,
! U.v using Ayer'sSarxaparilla, thebloo.1
i.v using .yer s rarsapariiia, ine niooi
thoroughly cleansed and invigorated,
IthJ appetite st imulateil, and tlie svs-
, t m prt.,wrt,i to n:st tlie diseases ie-
t tuliar to the summer months. Ask for
j Ayer's iarsaparilla. Tuke no other.
-r X tliltawfnl.peeTl
lJVfcJVl9 inu,i,iLi ws,v
cross, or troubled wua
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at once by using Acker's Eaby Soother,
it contains no Opium or "Morphine,
hence is safe. Price 23 cents, gold by
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
1 oore's Hair I n vj (corn I or.
This excellent preparation for the
hair, may ie found on sale at the fol
lowing places: M. A. Miller, Ia-Iwiioii;
Man- & Stanard, O. Oshorn and M.
Jackson, Brownsville; F. A. Watts,
rwv, i y; N"ul,lebot1ii- Montague for the next 00
Call and ret one. !, .
CVrvO ,CCi 'Sts Is the
: .! f
thousands Buffering from Asthma. Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Acker's English UemedvT It is the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
cold on a positive guarantee at 10c., 50c
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
There is nothing so valuable for
tlmwit ami lung troubles, ami that can
be taken without any injury to the
stomach, as "Mother t'arv's (Jumtroe
It'ouxh .Syrup." Try it and you will
say so too.
J. A. Beard, agent for Lelwxiion
CL rx w. 0 the Children. They are es
VVVVrVy pecuily liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
hours of anxious watching. Sold by
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
For a cood nical, ero to the C'itv Ris-
taurant Allrany. Meals 25 wnt8. tf
Mother Can's tJumtree Couirh Svr-
"'jup does lit t sicken the stomach, "or
l ! hind the 1 towels, sate ft.r a child or an
r (llllt ami will l-r,,i.iwl tl.olw.vl ,ir..
in weei of iarnti,m fora Cough, Cold, lironchitis,
.mhed theSSaS any
J. A. Ikurd, agent for Lebanon.
5v o?-e o. Blood Elixir is the only
1VVv " Biood Remedy guaran
teed. It is a poBiti ve care for Ulcers, Erup
tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It parities the
whole system, and banishes all Kbeumatio
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it.
J. A. Jtcaru, liruggist.
Insure your projKTty in a home com
pany the Northwest Fire and Marine
Insurance comjtany, of Portland Oro
on. A. It. Cyrus, "agent, Lebanon Or.
T lift 1a &tsm tlirnn i-iin ia f mm
ws terribly afllicted with scrofula.
j His head was entirely covered with
j scrofulous sores, ami his hotly showed
many marks of the disease. A few
I iK)ttles of Ayer's Siirsnparilla cured
him." W. J.IJecket llymera Ind.
W rvYXW Gd things of tltis
nUVV jifa are sorrowfully lot
alone on account of Dyspepbia. Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and CO cents, by
J. A. lieurd, Druggist.
As a toilet article, Ayer's Hair Vigor
stands unrivaled.' It cleanses the
scalp and removes dandruff, cures itch
ing humors, restores the original color
to faded and gray hair, and promotes
Xotire is hereby given that the en-portnershii
heretofore subsitinetetveen ns. the nnderejfmed.
K H. Ro-eoe. M. J. Monteith mid A. O. Chun-hill,
as harrlwarr ineTrhsntt, at lx-banoii. Orcffon, n-
deT the hrm name of F. H. homie t Cn., has thii-
i Jayltwn mnuwlly disslvt?l. and that the said
; bnxintw - ill in tlie fulnrv e arril on hv tht-
; tid .r. riinn-hiiitiioiip, who win tweive and
! P-y -ll Uebuoi the Uae .n.
i M. J. mi kith.
; Da-xd this day tf ivutwrl-' Mll'L" '
C. R MONTAGUES COLlfMN.
"Leaders" come and "leaders"
Hut the ald Wheel . Horse
keeps on forever.
will as usual keen on the even
tenor of his way, selling goods
to the iieople of Lehanon and
vicinity at his "well known
low prices lor cash or coun
try produce. His stock at all
tunes will be kept as full as
the market will warrant. Kv
ery attention will be given to
serve the wants of our custom
ers and friends. Should you
not find the article to suit von
in his mammoth establish
ment, he will get it for you if
vou wish, by freight or ex
press, Willi no exorbitant
. t .
nrotu auueu unto tne sum.
In order to systematize
I have given over that most
wearisome branch of business
to Mr. t M. Talbott, with
whom I exjiect each and ev
ery erson indehted to me to
settle without saying "Well I
know my old friend Charlie
will wait on me." Gentle
men I must have my money
now. Kvcrbody that is in
debted to C. li. Montague is
cordially invited to come in
ami settle their account.
Don't wait to be dunned, but
come at once and pay up I
am compelled to resort to a
systematic plan for collecting
all outstanding debts due me.
and shall exjiect to have my
looks all balanced up in a
very short time. When you
read this don't think it means
soinelKH.lv else, "thou art the
man." I need money and
money I must have, and if
you ever want to do C B.
Montague a kindness, do it
now by paving your account.
He needs money and needs it
than were ever offered in rlr
anon will be offered at the
Mammoth Cash Store of C.
uavs lor cash and all knuls ot
i h luce.
C. B. Montague
! has tweiltV-five thousand dol
lars worth of choice goods to
be sold during the next 00
davs at unprecedented lowJ
prices, to parties who
cash or produce.
! VOUr IlKles, sheep pclti?, him,
f t i.;,i, l.4j. ........
1 imur,, w rt,
! poultry, and Montaj
' p-;vo v" n ,noro irrwiil
! J-1' 1 Hl 11IOH LIMJIlfc,
ue am 11
! during the next 00 .lavs than
1 cr been oflbrod be-
fore. I sav iust what I mean
and mean what I say, and all
who take advantage of the
above, offer will strike a bo
nanza. The only
of clothing in. Lebanon is at
the big Cash JStore of C. B.
Montague which will be sold
away down during the next
00 days to ready-pay custom
ers onlv. -
of Boots and Shoes, an im
mense stock at the Mammoth
Cash Establishment of C B.
Montague, to bo sold exceed
ingly cheap during the next
00 days for cash or produce.
Andrews & Hacklcmnn s Col'.
return our thanks to our cus
tomers for their kind patron
age for the closing Year. AVe
have had a splendid trade and
appreciate their liberality, and
now at the beginning of the
new vear wo hereby obligate
ourselves to give the best val
ue in Dry (ods, Clothing,
Boots and fcMioes, (Jents' Fur
nishing Goods. In fact every
thing that belongs to the gen
eral merchandise line that we
possibly can. We
going to stay right
Iiohanon with thejletermina
tion to hold the title of the
readers in the general mer
chandise business if honest
goods at low prices has any-1
thing to do Avith it. We
claim to be authority in say
saying that we carry the best
line of Gents' Shoes to be seen
in this country. They are the
most extensively advertised
shws in the United States.
This is saying a good deal but
it is a fact and we are
to stick to it. Wo allude to
the W. L. Douglas $3.00 shoe,
the W. L. Douglas $1.00 shoe
is a hand sewed welt shoe
eamial to any $0.00 or $7.00
to be had any place. The W.
L. Douglas $2.00 shoe for
boys, we claim that you can
" ' a,
get no lietter when price and
quality is considered.
command a large trade and
hold it you must treat people j
right, and at the same time!
give them goods at " bedrock i
prices; that is what we always
have done, and wul stnl con
tinue to do. It is no trouble
a ierson tine bill,, but you
must sell it so you can sell
in the future. We have a
fine line of neck wear, silk
handkerchiefs and everything
IK'rtaining to theancy
suitable for Christmas pres
ents in stiK-k.
we predict a prosperous year.
The signs of the time indicate
it, anl we don't claim to be
any one else, cither. This is
the last "ad" we are going to
and we hope every person in
Ixdenon and vicinity who
read the Kxrurss will read it,
if lheydon't take the Expkfss
borrow their neighbors . Any
wav, iust so inev read our
"ad" from this week. If you
want a boot that will not rip,
buy the Buckingham it Hecht,
that is the boot we carry and
trade with them has been im
mouse. Now one word to the
ladies remember every pair
of shoos we sell we always tas
ton on the
&A7 . A
rm -mnSntW I " - Cp.V ? J
WARRANTED v -rcS" . - -:
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tito partiiorvlilj) lirrititri PxMlnir nntler" the
mime nf IV. '. Ivti-n-im A: Itt., i. l.'iU JlHIi tiny of
Itett'inla'r, A. !. I7. IWxohi-ii ly mutual niu
rent. All hllN due the ulil tirni nre jaiille to
IV. C, IVterwm. W. T. I'KThKSlIX,
40 nere f Imut wilt wiutlmcst itt ilmnon:
Here tiirinliiir liiml: l-'i neretf ttaMturr: tri!
Mrin;r: poml ihtellinir Iiiiiik" unit 1mm. Fur fur
ther uirtli'iilnr, cull nil
J.. J. It. I r.KMl.ti,
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
R. C. Watkins,
HWEKT HOME, - - OltEOON.
REpalrlng of All Kinds at Rea
sonable Prices. .
Shoeing all around, new tdioes, f 1.75.
Having located to "stay I ask a tshare of
the public patronage.
It. C. WATKIXS.
OREGOKIAN RAILWAY COMPABY.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On mul OiT Jitn. 1. !ss, ami milil further nrv
tit Imiiw ill run tlallj: (t xcri't Siintlityf tu fil
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From furl- i
l.T a. hi. foKTl.ANIi.F.AW.V, Ar .: .m.
Foil til l.lllrtilll St.
Frt-iK h I'rulric,
Kji-i Sjllt- JUIK'lillll,
C. I'. i 'rtinc,
Tv in Hittf.
l ilk int.
rnuitKtitntlon Tlt-kffx :i! tworriits t-ruiik' fn
suit- t salii tinvlni: Aist-iHs.
Tntliis with ISt"ttirr. Frvteht and Espres.
mil vmnH- fnnii Frvljr'it.
Frt'lcht tntltt fnn lNtrtlnml. Mt'tt lnys. Wflnt-t-tlnyit
nii'l 1 htr-litv. 'ItttvnrtU rttrtUtt'l, Tutf?1
tluys. 1 liiirUiy hu1 Sttttir'ljty.:
Cmimi-tkin nt llnr'n nml Ktil'iitatix IjimlinCT
wlih stfaiucr 'i 'l!y f Sn!i-m" ftw Sttlcm MhihIiij'-".
WttlttfxiUtrH ntt'l Ki'htys ivtuntintf lrtm SaUm
Titt-"lty. "Thtirlrtt nnl Sitttirtltti-. ttntif.iiriff
ith K-M-t atil M t--t'silf jui-iifft-r irafit. Sit-tin?-tT'fllyt.f
Snlftti mnkfi tntnt'or K-twttn lOty'
ttntl Kulnttirt3t ljt?tlinir tljtily. "titilrty ext-t!ltd.
H AS. X. WfTT. Kwivcr.
Urn -m1 frtlv.-. x. w. CurtKT Flrt and Vine ?!.
IVrtlumi. Ort i'"!!.
II the IJver be- O I I I O
comes torpid, it the I I Im IsS?
bowels are constipated, or if the stomach
fails to perform its functions properly, use
Ayer's Fills. They are invaluable.
For some vears t was a victim to Liver
Complaint, In consequence of which I
suffered from General Debility and Iinli
gtRtitn. A few boxes of Ayer's 1111a
restored me to perfect health. W. T.
ISrightney, Henderson, W. Va.
For years I have relied more upon
Ayer's Pills than anything else, to
my bowels. These Fill9 are mild In ac
tion, and da their work thoroughly. I
have used them, with good effect, iu
cases of Rheumatism ana Dyspepsia.
O. F. Miller, Attleborough, Mass.
Ayer's Tills cured me of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I had suffered
for Tears. I consider them the best pills
made, and would not be without them.
Morris Gates, Downsvillo, N. Y.
I was attacked with Bilious Fever,
which was followed by Jaundice, and
was so dangerously ill that my friends
despaired of my recovery. I commenced
taking Ayer's Pills, and soon regained
my customary strength and vigor.
John (J. 1'attLsou, Lowell, Nebraska.
Last spring I suffered greatly from a
troublesome humor on myside. In spite
of every elTort to cure this eruption, it in
creased until the flesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, at the same time,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains In
By the advice of a friend 1 began taking
Ayer's Pills. In a short time I was freo
from pain, my food digested properly, the
sores on my body commenced healing,
and, in less than one month, I was cured.
Samuel D. White, Atlanta, Ga.
1 have long used Ayer's Pills, in my
family, and believe them to be the best
pills made. S. C. Darden, Darden, Miss.
My wife and little girl were taken with
Dysentery a few days ago, and I at once
began giving them small doses of Ayer's
Pills, thinking I would call a doctor if the
disease became any worse. In a short
time the bloody discharges stopped, all
pai n went away, and health was restored.
Theodore tiding, Kichmond, Va. ft
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer ft Co., Lowell, Uau.
Sold by all Dealers la Medicine.
Oitlnttioil, nml all i-ATHiiT hi .Afc.vji Ml
Ifinktl lo Itir MiHtKll.i 'I'H PEES. Our olliec is
opiHisile II10 I'.S. I'nleiit ttlliw. ti"l we ran ttlt
lain ralt'titM In ltHt limit limit llittso rtntto fnttii
1I'.I"7M,Y7V.V. Sftiii MODEI.. I IVIXU tir
1'IIOiO nt lovt'iiliitti. M'o atlvi.se n lt lutU'itl
nliililv fn-o tf fltarut' ao.l wv ntiiko AO ClIAIiOE
V.XI.kss . TEXT IS ,SE I l;El.
I''tr fitfttlitr. ntlvitv. ItM-uiH ami rtft'nttccs tt
actual t'licttitt itt yntirttn tt Slult-. County. I lly ttr
low 11, niu lu
Oj'intill 1'uUnl t'Mtt, .Washtngbin, V C
E. G O
BURYING -:- ROBES
Constantly on Hand. Also
DOORS, WINDOWS AND BLINDS.
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and -:- 3Iedicixes
-23Painls,' Oils and Glass.i-.
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
N E W STORE!'
Fresh Goods ! Low Prices !
KEEBLER & ROBERTS, Prop'rs.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUT A COMPLETE LINE OK
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, Etc.,
" "V VV V Ull m -V V-' '- lll'll UI1V4 Ill l J Ml 1,11V
Lowest Living Rates for Cash, Hides Furs, and
all kinds of Farm Produce.
O O 31 13 Y.V I SEE XJ s.
A. C. CHURCHILL.
Iron,HkHd uid Coal, Ciirpeiitei-s Tools.
AVnjjon 3Iitoiinl. 1 jllillort!l', IlaiiUvare.
ltl and Cordnfje. l'o-wder, t1iot, oto.
1 t1iiclinit Iim'' iilioM. Giant Iovlei.
WiifroiiH and Ilnggf low. faw and Axes.
OYERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & CAVUF0RNIA R. r.
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time between Alltany and San Fraitoco, Xt hours. 1
California Express Trains Dally.
ISH P. M.i lA-ave rttrtliiutl Arrivo. 10:40 a. m.
sk't f. m. Ix-ave AHmtiy Ia'uvi 7,-i" a, m.:
7:111 a.m.; Arrive Sun r'raoi-o Leave! ti;:i0 P. M.
Local Passenger Trains Dally (except) Sunday
SKX1A.JI., Letive I'ortlBiiil
l-.':4i p. m. lA-Bve Allwiiy
2:ltp. M.1 Arrive Kuja-ne
Arrive'! S:4-"p. si.-Ix-itve
llsw a. ft.)
Ivcnve I 9sw a. M.l
Local Passenger Trains Daily, (except! Sunday!
M0 P. M.
Siif. P. M.
j-.:0 p. m.
1 -Jit; p.m.
Arrive ;.".:4.-i a. m.
leave in a. x.
Arrivti.-'-lii it. I
i p. m .
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.f
EXCUKSIOX SLKEPERS FOR
Second tlass PasHensers on all Throush Tniins, I
FREE OF CHARCE. j
The f. .t C. R. R. Kerry makes eonnectkm with
all the roioiUir trains on the East ilo liv. from
foot of F. Unt'l.
West Side Division.
PORTLAND and CORVALLIS.
Mall Train Dally (except) Sunday.
7 :tn a. m.i tv
Arrive fi:l." p. m. J
1a.'v l:;?i)p. ra. L-
Express Train Daily (except) Sunday.
4:"op.m. I I-eave IVa-tlatul Arrive' I Ui0 a. in .
sixip. 111. I Arrive MeMiuvilte Leave .";4."i a. m.
At Alliany ami Corvallis connect with trains of
llrt'tntn I'aritk rHiintiwI. r
-Kttr full int'ciroiatiojt reqanltng nttes, maps, j
cte., ttiii tm i-iitiiimuv'j asrt'lit. j
K. KOI-Hf Kli. K. P. Rk:k;s:
Manager 0. F. A i';v. Aeut. ;
A N, '
-:- AND -:- COFFINS
j i. f. conn.
j Contractor, Carpenter and
! Plans & Specifications
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