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4u Lebanon Express.
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It Is to to presumed from the present
outlook, that Hon. lttnger Hermann
vlU be re-imminnUd by the republican
pnrty for congress. That lie dowrvtia
thSa recognition of his pnrty, and the
people, for his faithful services, no one
will deny. If he Is re-nominated, he
.wlll.be returned to congress with a
larger majority than ever. The people
of Oregon pee In Mr. Hermann the
'right man iu the right place," and
they know, too, that when called upon
to represent their wants to the authori
. ties at Washington, he is untiring In
his endeavors to have their appeals
regarded, and fn many, very many In
stances, he has brought relief to com
munUles, where tod government of
the mail and other services has been so
detrimental to our Interests at large,
We regard Mr. llirimuin as the best
equipped man In Oregon for congress,
Like S. S.Cox.of New York ; P.J. Ran
dall and William D. Kelley.of Pennsyl
vania, and others who have succeeded
themselves, time after time, he becomes
totter every time. This view of Mr
Hermann 1 but the expression of the
people all over the state. He Is Inde
pendent of any machine rule or "boss-
ism," and is an honest-, - impartial.
thorough representative of Oregon, and
her people. We speak of him now not
as a republican, nor from a political
standpoint, but as a man who, iu every
act of his career as a congressman, has
evinced only the desire to work man
fully in advancing the tost interests of
his great state, and constituents. Send
The House Committee on Public
Lands have agreed upon a bill with
reference to the Public IjukIs of every
class. In it are embraced some Im
portant and 'good changes from the
laws now m force. Among these is a j
provision as to timber lands, which re- (
at ricts any person, company or corpor-;
ation to the purchase cf no more than
the timber on four sections of land, the
minimum price of which shall to fit)
per acre. Another clause provides that
pieces of land less than 160 acres may
to sold at private sale for not less than
f 7.30 per acre. Mineral and reserved
lands are exempted from classification
as desert lands. The price of desert
lantla to tu hvptr.fiv rM,,ta ah
and the time of occupation and irriga
tion is reduced from five years to three
years, with privilege to mortgage one
half the tract to enable the pettier to
make improvements thereon ; the mort
gage to go to the reserved rights of the
government. The bill also provides
( that a strip two rods wide on each" side
of section lints on public lands shall to
opened as a public highway, by the
proper authorities, upon jtetition to
them signed by ten householders iu
The oldest members of the Fiftieth
eon gross are Senator Morrill, of Ver
mont, who w as born April 14, 1S10, and
Senator Henry B. Payne, of Ohio, who
was born on the 30th day of November
in the same year. Third on the list
eomes the Judge William D. Kelley,
the Cither of the house of representa
tives, who came into this world at the
city of Philadelphia on the 12th of
April, 1S1-L Next come Representa
tive (Jay, of Louisiana, whose birth
took place upon the 3d of February,
and Ralph Plumb, of Illinois, who
dates from March 9, 1S16. Senator
Sawyer, of Wisconsin, was born in i
September, and Seuator Dawes in Oc- j
tive Vandever, of California, was born
in "March, Representative Granger, of
Connecticut, in August, and Senator
SSaulsbury, of Delaware, in December,
IS1T. Ay ill jam Maxwell Kvarts was
born on the 5th of February, ISIS, and J
a v. a . . f r- '
daj-sago. Representative Rice, of Min -
nesota, nxi nis Dirin on tne w ol
e iieai-o. a prominent acmocrai say
the other day, in speaking of candi
dates for the legislature, that he, for
ae, was going to do what he could to
wards nominating and electing young
men with brains and push to them.
The position is well taken. I. inn coun
ty needs just such men in the legisla
ture as the gentleman referred to.
Young men democrats and republi-
cans get in and do something for your
county and state. 'We could name a
numberof middle-aged men in this pre
cinct that would grace either branch
f the legislature and be of great bene
fit to their constituents. Some of them
may get there, too.
We are advised not to criticise Joseph
Biraoa for fear of giving offense to our j a visit to his home ln West ViVginia,
Jewish citizens. It certainly is not he- j w1,ere he had the pleasure of making
ause Mr. Simon is a Jew that he has j the acquaintance of young Kenna num
bvu raiied bv manv nersoiia bv none ber six, who was born alo;it a week
more than republican
-a Jnd.. .r
Ragin, or Jonah ; or been accused of
Simonry." It is because he played
false to his own party, and is known as
a corrupt politician. For the Jews we
have great respect, but no honest pat
riot can approve political immorality.
A man whotias no idea of polities but
the interest of little xl'iues, aud is un -
, . j-
ecrupulous to party method, i, not
fit to lead a z1 1'avty. rjfc Er-
OF INTEREST TO FARMERS.
l? kicked Into
The last preventive of trouble at
lambing time Is daily exercise for the
ewes during winter.
Raw onions chopped line and mixed
with food occasionally are totter than
a dozen cures for chicken cholera.
Unless musk is used aa a stable ab
sorbent, it Is an incomplete manure
and only tilts the place of humus In
Let the breed be what It may, the
largest protit can to secured only by
giving such fod and care as will in
sure a rapid growth.
It is satd to require 00,000,01H acres,
the milk of l., 0,000 cows an I the
labor of 700,000 men, to keep the milk
supply of the country good.
Light soils are apt to to deficient in
potash for any crop, and this deficiency
Is apt to to one reason why other ma
nures do not produce full eflect.
Ulucose is described In a French pa
per as "A product vlth which wine Is
manufactured without' grains, cider
without apples, and confectionery
In determining the amount of profit
the cost must always to considered
and no matter how cheap we can keep
a hog it costs something every day in
one way or another
Clean the boxes and mangers out
well before placing fresh feed In tliem
When a horse din-s not eat all that has
been given him it should not to allow
ed to sour in the Ihvjc.
The tost soils for wool are also the
tost for mutton, and it is necessary tha
the land to dry. for damp soils are
fruitful causes of such diseases as liver
rot, lluke and foot-rot
The farmer gets a much to tter ret tin
for the manure used w hen the land I
plowed and re-seeded than when the
same amount is put ou as a top-dress
ing, writes Prof. W. W. Cook.
There is a great waste of fertilizing
material by drainage from the barn
yard. " If turned into cisterns, pumped
out and spread over grass fields it would
wonderfully Increase their productive
Other things toing equal it is not the
largest hog that returns us the most
profit, but rather the hogs that will
make the best growth In the shortest
time and upon the smallest amount of
A mixture of two hundred pounds of
oats, two hundred pounds of jveas and
twenty-five pounds of flaxseed, ground
together, was recommended by the
Country Gentleman as excellent food
for growing a coll.
The most critical period In the life of
a calf Is the first winter, but it will
bring no serious risk if the animal has
abundant food of goxl quality and good
comfortable quarters with freedom
from parasitic insects.
Keep the calves growing lustily.
Teach them to eat oats at an early age.
A calf will never get fully over the tod
effects of InfYing been stunted and
starved through even a comparatively
short period in its life.
In selecting your sows for breeding
d; not sacrifice any good points to
p'.ease any particular fancy, and never
breed a restless, vicious animal. Don't
discard your old sows if they have
proven of giaxl service.
Practical and successful men claim
j that a constant supplj1 of salt for swine
is a safe preventative of diseases, one
that can to counted on with a degree of
certainty, that by its constant use the
system is made strong to ward off dis
ease. The practical va'u3 of a farm horse
should not to judged by the work he is
able to perform in a day or a week, but
by the amount he can do all the year
round. It is the "every-day horse"
that is worth the most money on a
A western fruit-grower us?d seventy
five bushels of wood ashes on his straw
berry vines last season, and the crop
yielded 250 bushels per acre. He
thinks the ashes alo counteracted the
efforts of the drought to a considerable
Hives should alwavs have a free cir-
dilation of air around them, as when!
idaeed on 1he gnuind not only is daini
n.w induced in the hives, hut the bo -i
toms ai-e liable to rot. The hives!
j should be kept in a cool place, also, in j
order to prevent the accumulation ol j
too much heat inside, should the weath-
er become warm. !
! Judge 1-ish stootl watchinc the charge
i wn the captured guns of De (Jress' bat -
; tcry at the Atlanta panorama last night,
j and told a story to a friend beside him :
j "That scene makes me think of a little
incident at ivenesaw. There was a
rbel battery to le taken, and the order
was sent to one brigade : 'Cet that bat- i
tery the first thing in the morning.'
It meant death for a good many, and
sittiug around the eauip fires that
night, there was a deal of anxious talk.
"One said drearily: 'I reckon the
only way to get these guns is to take
'em,' and every one was gloomy when
the stutterer of the caum snoke un : M
SV-an,t we ..l)in iu ,nun.
to b-b-b-buy the old things f-for spot
c-c-cash?' The grim humor of the
thing tickled the boys, and many a
one went to sleep that night with a j
uuit? on lips niai never suiiuu again."
The Vote Gstting Close.
i . oenator ivc.i-
4 . x T-r-
As he entered the Senate this
; iikji iiiu r, in ins i;iiieuts asKel
him where he had been. He replied
that he had been home, and explained
"Didn't you have a new baby at
your house last j-ear?" was asked.
"Yea," replied Kenna.
wen, don t you tmnK you arc
crowding things a little?"
; "I don't know but what I am," an-j
Bwered the Senator from West Virginia, !
t,lm vou m,Jfit rcmpnlber lha, tll VOJ
js Cp'ttiiig to he pretty- cle iu our
What am (t to Do? .
The symptoms of Ulllousness are un
happily but too well known. They
differ in dlllVrent Individuals to some
extent. A Ullloiis man Is seldom a
renkfast eater. Too frequentlv, alus,
he has an excellent appetite for liquids
but none for solids of a morning, ills
oniine will hardlv bear insiection at
any time; if It is not white and fuirld,
It is rough, at -nil events.
I lie disrostivc system Is wholly out
of order and lUarrhea or Constipation
may ie a symptom or t no two may al
ternate. There are often I Icinorriiolds
ir even loss of blood. There may to
ulddluesK nnd often headache and acid
ly or flatulence and tenderness In the
lt of the stomach. To correct all this
f not eflect a cure try Grrrn' Auaui
Flower, it cost but a trltle and thous
ands attest Its elllelelley.
No Cure, No Pay.
Piles cured without caustics, litera
ture or knife, iy
1MI. J. A. lA.MItKltft3N,
Lkiianox, Oh., March 2.
Wheat CtV per bushel.
Oats Ifcie ier bushel.
Flour ?3 on jr barrel
Potatoes iV per bushel. &
Kjrgs 12U )er down.
Putter n per l.
Lard 0cl21e ier M.
Applin, irrecii rOc jer bushel.
Apples, dried !Ml:Jo per lr. ,
Plums, dried 10cliUo per lh.
Prunes, dried lk12je per lh.
Hams 12c jMr lb.
Shoulders 7c"Sc ja r l'.
H iwm 10c ner 1.
Cnl Oil $1 Ii" per 5 gallon win or
$2 ' per ease.
vv VXYVVW Aeksr's Ual.f
Boottor at lianJ. It Is-tha only aaf
medicine yet jnada that trill remove all
infantile disorders. It contains na Opium
or Morphine, but gives the child naturttl
ON from pa in. Price 5 cents. Eold by
I. A. iteant, Oruggist.
Moore'a Hair !nlRratar.
This excellent preparation for the
hair, may to found on sale at the fol
lowing places: M. A. Miller, Lelwiion;
tarr & stanard, O. OsIkh-ii and M.
lackson, llrownxvilic; K. A. Walls,
Shedd; C. tlray, llal-y. Sample bot
iles free. Cull and ret one.
"VrxvO. trifle with any Throe t or
JVJv V I.ung Disease. Ifyoabaro
a Cough or Cold, or the children ere
threatened with Croupor Whooping Coagh,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble, it is a positive cure,
sad we guarantee It. Trice 10 and 60c
J. A. Heard, Druggist.
There is nothing so valuable for
thnnt and lung troubles, and that can
to taken without any Injury to the
stomach, as Mother t'ary's Gumtrvc
Coujjii Syrup." Try it and you wili
ay so tix'i.
J. A. Heard, agent for Ielaaion
to';' i pTrJi!
Is warranted, is because It Is the tost
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
tively cure nil Plood Diseases, purifies the
whole aystem; and tliomughly builds up the
constitution. Iteuietuber, wo guarautee it.
I. A. Iteartt, Drugtfist.
For a good meal, go to the City Res
taurant Altonv. Meals 2 i-nts. tf
Mother Carv's Oumtree Cough Syr
up linn not sicken the stomach, "or
bind the towels, safe for a child or an
tdult, anl will to found the K-st prep
l rat ion for a Cough, Cold, Hronelilti,
YVhisqiins Coujrh or Croup ami any
Direction of the throat and hint.
J. A. lteiird, atrent for L laiioii.
fVyA and reliable Medicines are the tost
VJ v to depend upon. Acker's Blood El
ixir has been r-rescritod for years for alllm
purltlesof the Blood. Ineverr formof Scrof.
nlous, PrpbiHtlcor Mercurial diseases. His
Invaluable. For Uheumatism, has no equal,
J. a. iit-urvl, Oruggist.
Insure your prn-rty iu a home com
pany the Northwest" Fire and Murine
Insurance company, of Portland Ore
on. A. R. Cyrus, agent, iA-bauon Or.
"My little win. tline years of ape,
waa terribly afllk-ted with m-rofula.
Ills head was entirely eovi-ivd with
scrofulous "ores, and his Ixuly t-howtnl
many marks of the diaw. A few i
lxttlf of Aver "a Haraparilla eurel
him." NV. J ." Ueeket, ll.vniera, Ind.
y-v vrx '"'aid enjoy your dinner j
BJid are prevented by Dys-
Tiepsia, use Acker's Dysjxrsia Tablets.
TLey are a positive cure for .Dyspepsia, la
digestion. Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. j and CO cents.
J. A. Heard, I)ruir?'t-
! A i'""1
"A good advertisement in a
newspaper pays no fare on j
railroads; costs nothing fori
hotel bills; gives away no
boxes of cigars to customers,
or merino dresses to custom
ers' wives; drinks no whisky
!(r 1 1 1 o lirail rvf t -t t-il J,- rr
but goes at once
and all the time ahout
business fret1 of expense."
N KATLV liX KCUTIi D.
C. U. MONTAd U KS COLLI
"leaders" come and ''loaders"
Hut Uio oll Wheel Horse
keeps on forever.
will as usual keen on the even
tenor of his way, celling goods
to the people of licbaumi and
vicinity at his well known
low jiricos for ('ash tr eoun
try protliHe. His stock at all
times will he kept as full as
the nnlrket will warwmt. Kv
ery attention will he given to
serve the wants of our custom-
i .it t
ers aim menus. Mioubi you
not find the article to suit you
in his mammoth establish
ment, he will get it for you if
you wish, by freight or ex
press, with no exorbitant
Iiroftt added unto the sum.
ti order to systematize
I have given over that most
wearisome branch of business
to Mr. (V M. Talbott. with
whom I exiect each and ev
ery ierson indebted to me to
settle without saying "Well 1
know mv old friend Charlie
will wait on ie." ( senile
men I must have my money
now. Kverbody that is in
debted to C. II. Montague is
cordially invited to come in
and settle their account.
Iont wait to be dunned, but
f at once and imy in
am comieliel to resort to a
systematic plan for collecting
all outstanding debts due me,
and shall exjiect to have my
Koks all balance I up in a
very short time. When you
read this don't think it means
somelauly else, "thou art the
man." I need money and
money I must have, and if
you ever want to do C. 1.
Montague a kindness, do it
now -by paying your account.
He needs monev and needs it
s . I
than were ever offered in Ix'l
anon will be ollered at the
Mammoth Cash Store of 0.
B. Montague for the next 00
days for cash and all kinds of
C. B. Montague
i 1. .. A i A 1 1 1 1
i nas iwt-iiiy-iix iiioiihauu tioi
jlars worth of choice goods to
(Ik sold during the next 00
days at unprecedented low
, prices, to parties wiio pay
leash or produce.
jyour hiiles, sheep pelts, furs.
of all ki nls, butter, es and
poultry, and Montague will
jjrive you more goods, for them
(during the next (50 days than
j you have ever been ollered be
l fore. T s.iv inst what mean
! and mean what I say, and all
who take advantage of
above offer will strike a
nan.a. The only
of clothing in Ix-banon is at
the big Cash Store of C. B.
Montague which will be sold
away down during the next
i 0 days to read v-pav custom-
!f Boots and .Shoes, an im
mense stock at tne Mammoth
Cash Establishment of C. B.
Montague, to be sold exceed
ingly cheap during the next
60 days for cash or produce.
Andrews te-llaukleman's Col',
&3.00 J (
SHOE M U"
return our thanks to our cus
tomers for their kind patron
age for the closing year. We
have had a splendid trade and
appreciate their liberality, and
r -a .1 l e.,
now at ine nesiinning oi me
new year we. hereby obligate
ourselves to give the best val
tie in Dry Hoods. Clothinir.
Hoots and Shoes, (tents' Fur
nishing tioods. In fact every
thing that belongs to the gen
eral merchandise line that wt
possibly can. We
stay right here in
licbanon with the tletermina-
tion to hold the title of the
leaders in the general mer
chandise business if honest
gMd.s at low prices has any
thing to do" with it. We
claim to be authority in sav-
savillU that We carry the best !
line of (tents' Shoes to be seen
in this country. They are the
most extensively advertised
shoes in the United States.
This is saying a good deal b;t
it is a fact and we are
to stick to it. We allude to
the W. L. liugla$:;.00 shoe.
I the W. L Douiilas $4.(M) hoe
is a hand sewed welt shoe
eauual to any $(.00 r $7.0)
to be had any lace. The W.
L. lKumlas 2.(X) shoe for
boys, we claim that you can !
get no lietter. when juice and
quality is considered.
command a large trade and:
hold it you must treat jeojle!
right, and at the same time
give them goods at bedrock i
rices; that is what we alwavs ;
ave done, and will still con-1
tiuue to do. It is no trouble!
a rersou one bill, but vou
must sell it so you can
the future. We have
UIO llllC Ol HCClC Wear, Sllk;tn...l-.v n.l Vmlnvi r-timiln ln ".Irm
111 t l Tii-!iith. ThiirMav itinl SiiltiT.lH-x nitim'tinr
lanakerclnets aim evervtnini: : fn. v mi nwie tninrirniti. wom-
pertaining to the fancy
suitable for Christmas pres
ents in stock.
we predict a prosperous year.
The signs of the time indicate
it, and 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
IiPbenon and vicinity who
read the Excki ss will read it,
if they don't take the Expkfss
borrow t'leir neighbors'. Any
way. just so they read our
"ad" from this week. If you
want a boot that wilf not rip,
buy the Buckingham it lleeht,
that is the boot we carry and
trade with them has been im
mense. Jow one word to the
ladies remember every pair
of shoes we sell we always fas
ten on the,
ji a i 1 1 1 1 1 v i
Vittii'p U hiT-ly atveti thai Uio .artirriilili
lit- r.-fo(nr? ii)pilnt Ih-ik it-ii ik. I lie uiiilitrslOii.
K. II. Hi.i-.k-, M.J. MoiitelOl ttli'l A. I'. hlln lllll,
km hnriuHi- nii-rtrltntilft. nt l'tmmni. Otvtmit. titi-
ili-r tin-(inn m i-nf K. II. Hom-ik- I n., hw till
iM-i'ii il. ly lii.il'.mlly iltdWilrcl, mm lime llii; milil
Im-lnt-.K ill In thr aiture lie rarrled mi ly tint
Mild A. ('. I hiin-lilll Blum', wh.i Mill receive and
uiy hII (kUU of tlio lalt iv-iwrtiif n.lil.
M. J. MOSTMTU,
A.'. fill IUHil-1..
Iiiii.'il IhU 2-.M (tiijr of Febrmtry, isns.
". " ' FOR '&AVit7
4H mi-rf fifliilil !t lniliK nulliwAst nf I-liBlinll:
ncri'M (tiriiihiK btiM: 1. 4rH Mutur: irniil
'i-liiu: kikkI 1i llln huiixe iukI burn, t-'ur fur-
lln-r inrtk-iilra, full utt
J 13 "V 13 lilt.
Horse Shoeingra Speciality
Hi C. Watkins,
SWKET IIOMK, - OltKOON
REpairing of All Kinds at Rea
HIiishiK all around, new shia-s, f 1.75.
Having l.suUd to utay I ak a share of
the jiublle patronage.
It. V. VATKINH.
OREGOHIAH RAILWA7 COMPAKT.
'(Limited Line.) -CHAS.
N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
m nl after Jun. 1. 1. ami until ftirthrr m-tl-"
Irmiti mil run lally Knn.lj m fol-
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Krrw h l"ririe,
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l-jwl ilr Jmiilfcrn.
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jdmii biiiI 1 lniritnv. T"rtl l'urtlanl, Tiie-
iliiy", 1 liiimlnyt ml falunlitj-n.
Cimm'clkm l I1t' nl Fnliiimrtx Ijimllnc
! aiul Fulunrt4 l-anilin "la:ly, .-inula y exrepicd.
i rltA;. N. WXiTT. Kt-celver.
lii-n ral nflirv. X. W. tOnitr Firm im1 PIih SI'r.
The First Sign
Of failing health, whether in the form of
Nijjht Sweats and Nervousness, or ia a
sense of General Weariness and Loss of
Appetite, should suggest the nam of
Ayer'a Ssraaparilla. Tills preparation
is most effective for giving tone and
strength to the enfeebled system, pro
moting the digestion and assimilation of
food, restoring the nervous forces to
their normal condition, and for purify-,
lug, enriching, and vitalizing the blood.
Tcn rears ago tnv heslth benn to fail.
I was troubled with a distressing Cough,
N'ight Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous-
ness. I tried varioua. remedies
srribed by different physicians, but
became so weak that I could not tzo un
stairs without stopping to rest. My
friends recommended me to try Ayer's
Sarsapnrilla, which I did, and lam now
as healthy and strong as ever. Mrs.
12. 1m Williams, Alexandria, Minn.
1 have used Ayer's Barsanarilla, In my
family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is
taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible disease. I have
also prescribed it as a tonic, as well as an
alterative, and must say that I honestly
believe it to be the best blood medicine
ever compounded. W. F. Fowler, 21. I.t
1. 1. S., Greenville, Tenn.
It would be impossible for me to de
scribe what I suffered from Indigestion
and Headache up to the time I began
taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I was under
the care of various physicians, and tried
great many kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more than temporary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla
for a short time, my headache disap
peared, and my stomach performed its
duties more perfectly. To-day my
health is completely restored. Mary
llarley, Springfield, Mass.
t have been greatly benefited by th
rirompt use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It
ones and invigorates the system, regu
lates the action of the digestive and
futsiniilative organs, anil vitalizes tho
blood. It is, without doubt, the most
reliable blood purifier yet discovered.
II. 1). Johnson, 383 Atlantic avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y. tt
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, alasa,
Price Sis six bottles, S3.
ol.mimtl, nuil nil J'ATHXT iit.XAA.ss ni-U-iiilcl
l for MOOKKA TK h'KKS. Our oflloo Is
ilisitc the t'.S. I'Mlont Ullice. slid we fun !
htm l'a-iiis lu km iimc tliini tliiHic n nilf hnin
u .isiiiMirox. smi.i MoitF.U '.' it'.v; r
I'llOTO of Invi-iitimi. We silvb i (Hilciit
nl'ililv frv of elinn;H ud innke AO tij.i.O'A"
f.VI.AXS J'.tTKXT IS .s. I .'HI.
Kir I'irtiilnr, mlviir. tt-rm am! nfvfvftccn to
m-1 n il i !l)iiis in ymtrowti Mnlcfi'tmiy. t'Hy or
lun, riiu lu
C; iia: J'ctciil 'V"ir, It (uAimcm, l C
Ix-banon, - Oregon.
Dealer In Furniture.
Constantly on -Hand. Also
DOORS, WINDOWS AND BLINDS.
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
t ' UE.tI.ERIX
Diiugs -:- am) -:- Mediclnes
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
- And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main Strcrf, Lttxinw, Oregon.
N E W STOR EI
Fresh Goods!, Low Prices!
KEEBLER & ROBERTS, Prop'rs.
'.VE HAVK JUrtT Ol'KNKD OUT A COMPLKTK hlSE OF
rx,ifM duel Oiir'8
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, Etc.,
Which we offtr to the People of Ix-Uanon and vicinity at the
Lowest Living Rates for Cash, Hides Furs, and
all kinds of Farm Produce.
O 3L Ja Z TV I 1Z US
Kecblcr & Roberts,. Lebanon, Or.
A. C. CHURCHILL.
Iron, Kteel and Coal, CarpenterM' TooIh.
Witljon 3Ilovil. liitIllti- Hardware.
Hope and CoihIiijtc. J."o-v-do, tSliot, etc.
ISltiflcMmKliH XiijlioM. Olaitt J?cvrcloi-.
AVinjoiiw and Uiiijlw- HawM and Axen.
GUNS AND AMMUNITION.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON & CALIFORNIA R. R.
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time tictwecn Albany and San Kram-Bro, SS noun,
. California Espress Trains Daily.
4 (Ml r. M. Iare
e. M.i Leave
7:40 .. . Arrive
Portland Arrive 10:4rt a. .
Albany Ijve 7fi A, X.
Snn Kraoioo Leave' r. M.
Local Passenger Trains Daily (axcapt) Sunday
8:00 a. M.I Iveave
12:40 r. a.i lave
U:40r. St.; Arrive
Arrive' 3:4.1 p. x.
Leave 11JA. M.
Leave 0i a. .
Local Paaaancar Trains Dally (axcapt) Sunday
8:10 r. M.
j r m.
2:. r. M.
Arriie .:4.r. a. m.
Iave 5) a.
Arrive 2:45 n. m.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
KXCUItSION SLEErEIW FOIJ
.econd (law Pawngen on all Through Trains,
FREE OF CHARGE.
The O. C, R. R. Ferry makcii conneetinn with
nil the rt'Riilar trabia vu the VjaM biale liv. fruui
foot ot F. tmrt,
Wst Side Division.
PORTLAND and C0RVALLIS.
Mall Train Dally (except) Sunday.
":0a. m.j Leave
llOU p. m.l Arrive
tv. !3oK S:
Express Train Dally (axcapti Sunday.
4 p. n. I
RjOit p. m. j
INvtlaml Arrive I 9:00 .!.(
I -: a.
At Alhnnv and Oirvallb eonneet with traiiw f ;
Orecon I'wlti,' railroad.
K"fiU tnfiiruialtnn T.-pardui: ralos, maps
1! Tin nuniany s ajrmt
Kill III KK.
r.. V. Rn.;KKf!.
1,. r. A I'uN Agi-w.
- : AND COFFINS
I. F. CONN.
Contractor, Carpenter and
Plans & Specifications
OX SHORT NOTICE,
: i - o.
All Kinds of Carpenter Work Done aqd
rrices Very Reasonable,
ALBANY LEBAXOX. OREUOX.
V. Xi. CYRUS,
Real Estate Ag't and No
tary Public, and
GEN'L INSURANCE AGT
Ioos a General Agency
Insurance, Aijricultual Impltf
" merits. Doors and Windows, 4
j ORG AXS and SEWING MAH ,
I tive tiK
a Call at IV.