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The Lebanon Express.
FUIIA MAY 25, 1888.
I.H. I. Kitkpatrlcl, Eaaager.
.DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
30TIN to. OKART5C, MoUnomuh.
"J.Sr Supreme Juilge,
JOHN UtiKXETT, lienton.
V. 11. EFFINCUiR, MtfKiiomah,
V. R. BILYEU, Linn,
li. H. SKIPWORTII, Umivttlla.
GEO. V. BELT, Morton.
1DEI10CRATIC COUNTY Tl'RET
1L C. MILLER, Lebanon,
JEFF MYERS, Belo,
-J. B. R. MORELOCK, Brownsville
J. J. WHITNEY, Albany.
W. COOPER, Center
E- E. MONTAGUE, Lebanon.
TS. K..DAVIS, Hairisburg.
JOHN HMALLMAN, Scio.
-II. FARWELL, Syracuse.
Z. li. MOSS, Brush Creek.
For School Superintendent,
L. M. CURL, Scio.
JOfEHRY SHEA, Sweet Home.
quantity of milk to successfully ecu-!
duct a creamery. ' One f our enter
prising citizens of! era to contribute
1 $3t)U toward that object. Who will be
the next? Lt t every man w ho hna the
welfare of this community at heart,
take hold of this matter at once. Don't
wait for your neighbors to move In
tills matter, but start the ball to rolling
in your own neighborhood. A good
creamery would be of jrrvat value to
the town of Lebanon, and vicinity, In
the way of supplying steady employ
ment to a number of htjinls, in the reg
ular distributiM! of a considerable
amount of ready cah among the farm
ers, and also aid in the encouragement
of other manufactories. Next, we
want a cannery for the fruits and veg
etables -that annually 'go to waste in
These are enterprises that will amply
repay those who invest the necessary
capital in them, besides attracting at
tention to this section of the country,
and Increasing the value of your prop
enteit .lament with -songs, recitations,
anp essays, ail under the leadership of
Mrs. Brown, of Albany, supeilnten
dtnt of tlit-.t work for Oregon, and
whose re pert showed that she had done
eg jctlve work the pas year.
Tho'S'.'legates favored in attending
the convention, must all 'Biireiy return
to their bonu s stimulated and strength
ened for our work for ''God, Home
and Native Land." K. K. P.
JO I JIT CANVASS
BURKHART & BILYEU, Tropr's.
Citizen of Linn County, Be
ware of These tSharjers.
It would seem to be unnecessary to
warn citizens ef this enlightened conn
try against such palpable frauds, as are
being perpetrated upon the people, al
most every day. One man is gulled
into a half Interest swindle, another is
induced to purchase ordinary wheat at
$15 per bushel, another will pay f 1"0
for a f 100 organ, or ?(i0 for a f 10 sewing
j machine, or as in the cases mentioned
in the following item clippen from the
Oregonian, pay ?1."0 for some cheap
goods they -did not want, simply be
cause some well dressed, sleek-tongued
stranger came along and asked them to
do so. No doubt the same eople
would feel that they were King robbed,
if their merchants were to ask them a
reasonable prolit on reliable goods, thut
could be depended upon being just
whr.t they were represented to le.
"The.peoplen I'owell's Valley and
Damascus and Fleasaut Home, in
Clackamas count v, have been badlv
We wlU-be glaa to publish the pro-. taken iu and done for by a couple of
cccdings of all clubs and publie meet-1 peddlers dealers in dry goods. They
lags in Linn County if the friends w ill ; have been goiug from house to house
furnish the items by noon on Wednes- j ,u.ong "e "f R"'1 i"f !c!nS the,m
, , to invest in cloth from which to make
sday. .o twsket or names of candidates ... - . , ,. . . .
s such, will be published without the; charge floo. If tlie'fa-mer Ins net j
pace is paid for, but all news items of J the ready cash on hand bis note for
either party will be given free space; j the f 150 is readily taken. When they
. if tho-fincr of either r-rtrtv is eame to 1 ow?" ii,e-v T first Sot
the fault is not ours, but the neglect is
on the part of Secretaries or Reporters.
Political news items, tickets or names j
of political candidates, are not necessa- j
lily endorsed by this paper. - I
GREAT .YE ED
not rtblishcd the friends may know . ,
! all the notes are on gonti men. It is
i stated that no less thon flS.OOO iu
i notes were obtained in this wrtv. and
hypothecated for cash at Oregon City.
At Pleasant Home settlement, nine
persons made purchases of the. ped
dlers. But he sequel of the whole af
fair is that the parties making the pur
chases did not receive more than 113
Capital is so accumulated and inter- j Vivut Home ,c w,owh ,g werc thp m ffw Viigi i i l ut my. years
rtd as to control nearly every article onos tha ...cre ..j,..;...; x1nfr,nnn ? ms "-'l re
of trade. Consumers are at the mercy t i,.k... canst d by the eomrtroli. r disallowing
i w,. . . . vv,n.i, aju.i.i, jvfmii.-v .... .
the Attorney-General, and the charg-
iiig of -requisitions ngninst him which
! he has n.-t received.
The Texas Senati r-t have N-cn mak-
ingarfA'.meK t r.g.-iiM Uie Plouro-Fm-U-
nioiiia b'il as unconstitutional and in-
in the intcr.t of tiie
Nothing vtry startling ot very new
has oecMrted on Capitol Hill since I
last wrote you. There Is no lack of in
teiesting work gcirfg on nil the while,
for the all Important' tariff debate goes
on in the House day and niht; tle
great River and Harbor bill has passed
that lody by a large majority. The
Senate has been discussing the Land
Forfeiture bill and the bill for the es
tablishment, of a bureau of Animal In
dustry, has ratified the Chinese lr."aty
and is prepi' ring to consider the Fisher
ies Treaty, but there has be?n no ier-
sonal encounter in cither end of tliej
Capitol during Hie week.
Sfnoc his fs mous episode with Sena
tor Ingalls, Senator Voorhees has been
terribly afilieted with a carbuncle, and
lias been conllned to his bed iu conse
quence. He was able to be In his seat
o i Tuesday however, when he an st
and made a manly ii o'ogy to the Sen
ate for having allowed his temper to
overcome his judgment under exasper
ating provocation, lie having'Us:d lan
guage that was contrary to the rules
and deeerum of the body of which he
is a member. He said that he regret
ted having US-mI un'p.trliaii e itary lan
guage, and his high respect for the dig
nity of the I'n t d States Senate r.s
well as self respect induced him to say
His transgression of the rules of the
(so called) most dignified legislative
body in Me vorM was tlius atoned for,
with no sacrifice of principle or self rc-spi-ct,
and no doubt the indiana Sena
tor will stand all the belter it-fore the
country for his handsome acknowledg- !
tn?nt. Mr. Vi, r .e- s !-.as so long and
InvariWy born; h'msclf wiih niark.d
digniij In the Senate, that It is but
natural he should regret his recent de
parture from-kis ovu strict ride of con
duct ami make uue apology I .-r its vio
lation. A new defalcation has just com to
light. The I'irst Co:nptio'ler of the
Treasury has been overhauling the ac
counts t f General James W. Ewing,
ih; iqq intme :t i il l diHlniis'nr clerk
of the Ik-partment of Justlc, ami, it
is claimed, has discovered a shortage cf
over f,n". The Attorney km-ral
onlered ati Investigation. Gen. Ewing
was removed and his successor ap
pointed, iiut it will take several weeks
to carefully investigate the accounts,
(i.n. Ewing is an ex-Union soldier
with a eowl record. He was apiHiuttd
The republican candidates for the va
rious offices' in Linn -county have ac
cepted the Invitation of the democrats
to Join them In Joint discussion, and
the canvass will begin on May 21st,
and conform to the following list of
dates and placrsfrhe hour of speaking
at eacii place being' 1 o'clock P. M.
Ilnrrlburg,' Saturday, May 28.
Brownsvill, Monday, May 23.
Crawfordsville, Tuesday, May 20.
Sweet Homc.HVedncHday, May 3.
Waterloo, Thursday, May 31.
Lebanon, Friday, June, 1.
Albany, Saturday, June 2.
Nothing but CASH or PRODUCE
will buy Dress Goods at Montague's
during the big closing out sale.
The First Sign
Of failing health, whether in the form of
' Night Sweats and NerTuusness, or in a
sense ot General Weariness and Loss of
Appetite, should suggest tha use ot
Ayer's Barsaparilla. This preparation
is most effective for giving tone and
strength to the enfeebled system, pro
moting the digestion and assimilation ot
food, restoring the nervous forces to
their formal condition, and for purify
ing, enriching, and vitalizing the blood.
Ten years ago my health began to tail.
I was troubled, with a distressing Cough,
Night Sweats. Weakness, and Nervous
nens. I tried various remedies pre
scribed by different physicians, but
became an weak that I could not go up
stairs without Btopning to rest. My
friervls recommended me to try Ayer's
Sarsapat Urn, -which I did. and I am now
n healthy and strong as ever. Lrs.
K. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn.
I have used Ayer'a Sarsaparilla, In my
famllr, for Scrofula, and know, it it is
taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly
'eradicate this terrible disease. I Lave
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, M. J).,
l. D. 8., Greenville, Term. ..
It would be impossible for me to 3A
acribe what I sullered from Indigestion
and Headache up to the time I began
taking Ayer's Barsaparilla. Iwasnnder
t'ae care of various physicians, and tried
a 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
Puties more rprfctly. To-day iy
"health hi completely restored. Hary
Hertey, Springtield, Mass.
I have been greatly benefited by the
rrompt use of Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. It
tones and invigorates the system, regu
lates the action of the diirestive and
ttMiimilative organs, and vitalize the
blood. It Is, without doubt, the meat
reliable Wood purifier yet discovered.
li. 1. Johnson, 383 Atlantic avenue,
. Brooklyn, N. Y. tt
rrrpand by Dr. J. C. A yr It OoLow.U, Iha.
Price m ala bottlea. S.
Livery Sale &
Southeast corner if Main and Sherman
Fine -Bti ies, Hacks,
Good Reliable liorses.
Oolncr to nrownsvllie, Waterloo, Sweet
Home, Scio, and all parts of
All Kinds of Teaming Done
Burkhart & Bilyeu.
MRS. G. W. RICE,
Milliner, LetMiiion, Ore.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED IIEIl
W. li. DON AC A,
J. A. ROBERTS,
J. V. KEEBLER.
any Prpvisons, Tobacco and
We have oil hand the largesnt stock of Grocer
ies and Provisions ever brought to Lebanon, which
we offer to the people of Lebanon and vicinity at the
LOWEST LIVING CASH RATES.
A lull untl
complete line of OVJXIV J2T
kept oonstantly on linnd.
Hats, Bonnets, Tloiers,
bons, Etc., Etc.
f evnlicftte3 aud "trut." The wage
-earner aiiH toiler, tiie smack of whose
-nwcat, drives nil the wheels of oom
Inercc, must look to the dictates, and
.-bey tiie crack of the whip of t-orpora-t
ions, or el.-c be deuicd the right to
work for daily bread.
SomeSrBics thousinxls of men are
Xfeus me6e!homvie6.s anS brcadless, by j
use single stroke of the pen of these j
"ar?- !.,!;. Ttosa. li. vnolda t.l Villi,o
Tliey all declare they have no idea
how thy a-ne to buy the gool, as
they had no use for them. One man
is reported to have Inrnght four pack-!
ges, which Hmounted to ?60rt. When
. .ii.i. .. expedient, mul
1 1 1 vi inrv wv!: lmiii tliai iiotiu 1.H uic 1
gooda were wanted. Xevertlulo'P, i
1 they obtained permiwion toshowtheni
Call and get Prices on Goods
' 13 11Y LOW.
.V. I. CV RUS,
Hides Flits and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
j5Coznc and see us..J2
W. B DON AC A & Co.
Comcn: Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn XMnfy 'Ot
OREGOSIAH RA1L1AI COHPAlY.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
i .n. Ian 1 1W. and until furthrr no
tir uuins will run daily (exct-j I'uu'liiy) MfoJ
oi : m
wumw wqwi.iH.iiB. vapna. " i an(i wiien the peiMlen kft they had
its lion'8 paw upon the market, and its; f,M cash from Lusted, and he had
morbid greed is pitiless to the cries of;Rbout VOIth of l(f m wlurn
iKipu-H muorer. ,i "nw! Our infoimant mv oh nf IW ho
corporations have been more powerful j gave tlioi r notes wiTl certainly be scri- i wtre no votes for the bill from libo.
than tateor national government, and i ously cln,rras-ei they 8re i I"lanl, ernioiil, .Nw Jersey, ebn
jniftcad of bcin- the creature of a pub-; through wfth i;. The .x,Mkr8 are still , ka- low". or Kfas. The
"Ji fr.inebis' tliev'beeanie tb dictators I
i-nd lords over the Sieritage ot the free
t.'hicag- cattle syndicate.
The Ulcer mid Hnrlior bill received
1 1 TI,-.f G.inivrl fii ..v- A"ffl.- f lliir
Michinr:in, Wisconsin, tY.lifoini r.nd
tiie south. Ktigtand cast nine
votes for and nine "SjTHinst it. There
were no vote sgtvinsi it irom acw
gh with it. llie pc
lit work rf-iiri-tr frf viitiina
tTteese pcddlen. were exposed by the ! HPire Co.inccticnt, lelwaT,
I .... r': r. .J' r:, i
ti-iitirii ! ii.r nnri; fir nr. 'ur wn t
"v...:v liiC I'.S I sin-lit !liiv ml i- rxll il.
t-'ill l'Ul.1' iM 1-W (llllV li:IM I'll'." ti-i . - ll"i
!! i-ili;T!.. -:. a :tilH.. I t- IS" '
t l'fn if i:wiil"n. c r.il' ! f't tii
rl.i;.!v I'f .-hifr. mil nl f O lli.lklii
I it M.-uiiir. itv, ! :n- mi1 n-fi-n.rrr I-
n.-Manl r!ii.t.M ill ..nr.il M.lr.l'iiil'tv I in t
r i'e l'ifKt l-l-rr. i.:hnlr. It C
f t nd relioblo MediclnM are thebet
VJVvV to depend upon. Acker's Blood El
ixir baa been prescribed for yoni for 11 im-
Real Iistatc A't and No
tary Public, and j
GEN'L INSURANCE ACT j
Lt 1.13 p. ra
Tmrltlesof the Blood, loeverjiormeiocn-i.
uloan, fToliVitlcor Mercurial disfasc Ills
J. A. Heard, lirufrgi-t.
than two weeks
"T x 1rOQ a3y yoor dinner
3 and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Acker'a Dyspersi Tablets.
They ro a positive euro for t)yeperia. In
digestion, llatuloncy and Constipation.
We ruar&ntee tkem. 5 tied fiO cents.
J. A . Ik-aid, Druggist.
Insurance, Agricultual Imple
ments, Doors and Windows.
okgaxS xm) si:-iSg ma-chinks.
of Unoiln M.
Fj1 f-'Hl Juut-lioti.
"nrih Haul bun,
o. r. ftoinF,
Si iu J'in'-,
1 MW st.
lj Ar 6.00 p.m.
o' Grocery Store,
Call at Pr.
coniptmKS commne j l)Ut the nuniber , f 1HWple w bo pat.
,lu ",e Ulw ; ,.(;-Ize traveling swindlers an
rVa JUOiATn, flaiVUUUW UOW. Will- ..U!,! n,,!,,,-., .KA w
seems to be fcteadily on tiie
tier kings and grain brokers dictate the ' jnj, pro jj t
price-of produce, and thus pay for j j ape V
anta liv-i'V,H' V1' C
Florida, S ut!i Caro- OVOV
'oteii of the W. C. T. I'., Convention.
Oregon, California, or
Pennsylvania gave tight
j votes in favcr of the measure and
j twelve in the negative.
j Ti;c IIoumt connniUee having in
i charire the bill inviliiig for a Coiifti-
work as little as they please, and exact j
tor tneir commodities wnai the people j
svill liear without revolt. I
VenwdSx tUTet of men in our , The attendance at he last State Cn-! cc-lobration in Washington in
Segislathrclialls. Wcseedsoiiicwliie-l vention held at Eugene, was not aI,ss3 'wiJed to report tin fame
ome legislation which will make it iarfre an usuai. .So,ne of the leaders in I f-ivtn-ably. The bill already passed
impossible to rob the people in the way 1 tne work lioinc dot-iined bv m'Aiikw ti-.e Henate. It provides for the ap-
hit: ijviiiii aiiiiri it mi i. i n i
iney are now ueing inipovcrisneu. U and other causes; but tiie meeting : Pr'tntnieni or a conumtteion oi nine jcr--is
not our business) to advocate legisla- I throughout, was harmonious and jn. wns to have charge of the celebration,
live measures, but it is our business to tensely interesting. The business was IU11 authorizes t he 1'its.id- nt to invite
point out the sins of the people. The j carriCHi o iu ue acconlancc witii par- i tho hu f tive cnl cliief j,iietal
national conscience is fast becoenng liamentarv ruUs, w hich seemed toioffix,rs 7 Mexico, Guatemala, Nica
delvanched. T?-,orc rs a growing rest- j WUK4J gvu-prise, to some of the gentle-' n,S;l. Costa Uica, Ssilvatlor, llondu.
cBsness and a feverish haste to get rich, 1)cn in attendance, and won eucom-1 ras- s' pf -'tlumbia,
which is eating out the heart of the na- j iums frora them. Some of the debates : Venezuela, Bolivia, IVru, C hili, l," ra
tion. Everywhere laboring men are ; wcru verv 8l)-!I;tci n logical esix-r- ! S.' 1'araguay, Equador, the Argeii-
feeling wronged and jealous and envi- ; ially ih(e in terence to the cvaneel-i r;,1 Hoi,llll'c. ho "T' Brazil,
iue "un puiiuui uihiubi ieticwork to Ix; nursucd tho
triflo with any Throat cr
Lung Disease. I f yoa UaTO
a Cough or Cold, pr the children ar
threatened with Croupor Whooping Cough,
use Acker"a English Kemedy and prevent
further trouble. It la a positive cure,'
and we guarantee it. Trice 19 and eOc
A. Heard, lruggist.
Bootlirr at Laud. It 1 the only stla
medicine yet mado that will reruore all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
cr M'rj:hir,t, but gives the child natural
tase fron paiiu 1'rico 25 cents. Bold by
.k A. Beard, Iruggist.
wixn their employers. They fiinl
themselves heniraetl in and
Thev are forced to labor for
i year some being in favor of usins;
! the Dominion of Canada, llayti and
! San Domingo to vi;-it tiie United States
cornered, j i,nn.A .,iAnt .ri..r i 'and narticiputo. In order that the
I iiujuv ... it.viifillj, ailUULIlVliS cjllill-
less than iVMrnHn fimrii,,, n.t rrosident ni:;v nt r'.a:n tlicse guests
c-nough to keep their families from pe
aiary aud want. They see their em
pJoyers, many of whom are members
of the church in high standing, living
in a kind of oriental splendor. They
ee their hard-earned accumulations
froiu aoroaa as more ciiectlve and a
discussion on the question of finance, i aios W9i
trying to ascertain the best ways
raising and applying money.
Vn a suitable manner the WU appiopri-
I i nere js lime iou.iu:uiui ioi me rv
j ports to the cinxt.that tho eon firm a-
The Presidt-nt's address wds Tprv "' w Mr- i nner, srs triiei justice m
! time! v and Dractical. and met with f:iv- llu" United States is opposed by Sena-
vanifch in a contest with Conscienc-less i u ,nitt..A ,.- : tors of but 1 parti s. Some detnoeratie
anmeininc must ve clone i moiis re-election
ny ner unani-
The other oflieers
Senators friendly to Senator lira' are
elected were Mrs. Henrietta Brown, of i
said to icsent the nomination -jf Mr.
or thousands of men now honest and
faithful will be brought to the verge of
ruin. We plead for a revival of old
time honesty and faith and patriotism.
The nation is not ruined. We believe
the American people have in them a
reserve of virtue and piety which will
yet asserx liseii ana save tne country vention by
irom ram. it is .sometimes thought
that such statements as we have here n n honntifni , ,.,.,,.,., k.. i a character as to seriously delay his
made arc needless, and that those who ; state I'nion to the mmiiv wItiIi m,TO i confirmation. As lie himselfsaid "the
excita-ithe lnrirrr. mnlnritw f,-.r n, i Senate is rigiit to be slow and careful
Alhnnv na mrinnnHin 1 t- ulior mul wisii to k lay conniuiation
Mrs. R. M. Robb, of East Portland, as j simply l eeausc .Senator Cray was not
recording secretary, and Miss E. E. I the ni!l- liepublican St-nators
Irvine, of Albany.'as treasurer. are said to be looking up Mr. Fuller's
With the exception of Entrene. ai. reeurd daring the war, and arc inclined
I bany was best represented in the con- 10 '"U11"1 10 "al
its delegates, and Unn
j county delegates were in special honor,
to obiect to what they term extreme
and dangerous State's rights views.
In reality the opposition is not of such
Ayer's Snrsapariila wa the first '"nc
cesful tdood medicine ever offered to
the public. This preparation is etill
held in the hightet public estimation
iMitli at home and abroad. Its miracu
lous eu it-it aud immense sales show
this. Ask your druggist for it.
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption. Coughs, etc. Did yoa ever try
Acker's English I'einedyT It is the bea
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
cold on a positive guarantee- nt 10c, 00a
J. A. licurd, DrujrgUt.
E. E. MONTAGUE,
OK At I. .tXI!.
Foreign and Domestic
I Cmnintiti'kin T.' Vet Mo ct-nU per miie on
Truinii Willi Vtwnr'. Frtlglit and Eiimw.
run separate fnun Freihl.
Frrlqht Imin fixtn lortlanl. Monday. Wtnea
rtayi mid Thur"lay. Townpla l-urtland, Tues
day. Thuriuy and Saturday.
rennrrtlnn " RT'' n,t FnVUtt Landinc
a i'h !C!initT 'fit f Salem" for SaWra Moiicaya.
WnliH Mlav and Vriilar rr-llirn!lie fmra Jli B
TihUv. 'Tlmtxla" and Patunlay. rontHM-iln
with I n- WcM's'ide wnc train. Steam
. r -V.it .'.f arm make tftnfr Mwwn Ray
and Ful.niarti LundinR daily. Sunday excepted.
CHAS. N. PCOTT. Kecelrer.
r.cnernl Office. N. W. Corner First and Pine Rfi.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON itCAI-ilOKNIA R. R.
The Mt. Shasta Route.
lime between Allany and Pan Francsoo, 35 hours.
California Expreaa Trains Dally.
GENTRY & IIETIIEIIFOP.I)
rrojirlet o 1 m.
DEALEKS IN ALL KISP9 OF-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
-ALM ON nSI-
Fresb Mineral and Soda Water.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OltKOON PACIFIC HAILItOAD
Oregon Development C9' Steamsnlp Line
ife -Shorter. 20 hours less time
Thon by any irther Route.
Flrat C'laaa Throuirli rMJfr Frel-nt
From mrttaiid and all Iilnt In the Willamette
Valley lo aud frrnn San Knnci.-o, Cat.
Willamette River Line of Steamers,
Tlir WM M. HOAU ." THE -N. S. BENTLY,"
THE "THREE SlfTKllS"
!ave Irtlaud 8 A. M-.
MONPAY8, VEDNBSPAYH ANI FRIDAYS
F"m M-vr. ltulman A Co' a Pnrk. 2fX and 302
Fnml Ktrvet. lor OnrvallU and Intermediate
i.int. maklDK elowe eonnttion at Alba
ny and Corvalll with Traltw of the
OKEtiOX PACIFIC RAILHOAD.
Ix'bafion flour, per sack, l 05.
Albany ficrtrr, fr sack, lied Crown, 1 20.
White beans, 18 lbs,"' 100.
Best table rice, 15 lbs, 1 00.
Best Eastern svrup, 5 gal. kegs, 2 75.
" 1 " can?; 65.
" Maple " 1 " " 1 15.
New Orleans molasses, 1 15.
Golden C sugar, 15 lbs, 1 00.
Extra ." " 14 " 1 00.
Granulated " 12 ' 1 CHI.
Best Costa Ilica coffee, C lbs, 1 00.
Best tea, 1 lb can, 40.
Savon soap per box, 4 15.
Cold water bleach soap, 1 1 5.
Corn and gloss starch, 3 papers, 25.
Saleratiis, 4 papers, 25.
Soda crackers per box, 65,
Oysters, 2 lb cans, 5 for 1 00.
Liverpool salt 2001b sacks 1 80.
' 100 1b " 1 10.
" 50 lb " G5.
Pickles 5 gal kegs, 1 40.
Tomatoes, 9 cans for 1 00
TIME SCHEDULE, Ccept Sundays:)
I v M bany, IWp. ni. I I.v. YaotIna. 6:3 a. m.
l.v! t'oKVAt IT p.m. I.v.lNVi.twl0 3Sa. m.
AR. Yaui Ina, 50 p. n. An. AU-.anv. 1I:1 a. m.
(Opposite F-ichanpc Hotel.)
make them arc alarmists with
oie ier-es anu explosive tempers; But i nitnt List Xovcmlior
those who thus poak have no conwp- of one evening's cntertaim
tion of the forces at work to the peril well carried out that it e;
and this feature
lment was so
Every christian ni::n ; enthusiasm. In the aViHr-nno of Ira.
is under ohHfrationa to keep a cheerful j Graham, of Corvallis, Rev. Mr. Wire.
I of Eugene, made the presentation, and
of the countrv.
and a brave heart and a smiling face
"while facing the perils which threaten
the life of society. The restoration of
the faith of the fathers in God end
goodness would do more to arrest dis
aster than any amount of legislation.
Mr.s. Z. J. Wilson, of Halfley, received
it, ond in a spirited, graceful way, told
j the large audience how it came to be
I won by the moht earnest, self-sacrifie-jinar
effort, by all temperance people,
j paying a deserved tribute to our Linn
j county ministers, and certainly it
Beemcd, iu listening to her that the be-
in regard to such matters."
It is time for the citizens cf Lebanon j roic days are not all in the past.
anu vicimry to oestir tnemseJves in
the matter of a creamery in Lebanon.
We have cheap lands in the vicinity
j.ev. iir. iirummcr, cijfortiana, al
most a new comer in our state, gave a
very fine, thoujrhtful address one even.
Oi town, suitable for good pasturage for : ing, and is certainly a fine speaker,
a large number of cows, and if proper j The young ladies of Eugene have a
inducements were held outto the farm- flourishing Young Women's Temper
..ers, in the way of a reliable market for j anee Union, and manifested much tal
"vilk, they would prepare for it, i ent ami devotion to a good cause bv th
' . zsy supply uie mtwry ; wuv tlifv furnished the last
To Wlioni It May Concern.
Notx-e is hereby given that I, Thom
as IJugler of the town of Lelianon, and
county of Linn, state of Oregon, have
this duy for value received, sold and
delivered to II. Y. Kirkpatrick, of the
same town, county and state, aforesaid,
all my right and title in the Leha.vox
Ex ii:.sy, office fixtures, presses, type,
and ether material, together with all
the accounts on book or otherwise, with
subscrif'tion list included, and with
the said sale I bestow my good will
and support. Signed and sealed in the
presence of J. It. Kirkpatrick as witness
this Cth day of May, 1S8S.
T. 15. Iii-wW;i5. ..
t ()0 I. M.
x-a-i v. m.
7:10 a. M.
Portland Arrive, 10:10 A. M.
AIIkiuv I'ave: 7:(V a, m.
San Kr'oclfo lx-avel 0:JO I-. M.
Local Paasenirer Trains Dally except) Sunday
:00 A. M.! l eave
Arrive! 3:4 p. M.
lxuve 11:: A. M.
Leave j 9:00 A.M.
Local Passenser Train Dally (except) Sunday
S:10 P. M.l
s.-;m5 i M.l
?:' P. M.l
Arrive. 5:tS a. m.
J,eive';:0rt A. M.
Afrive;2:4." p. ui.
LeaTeU:(X) p. m.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
EXCURSION SLEEPERS FOR
Second Clawi rnssengers on all Thrmigh Trains,
FREE OF CHAROE.
The O. JtC R. R. Ferry make!! eonni-etion with
oil the resnlar traiua ou the Last side Uiv. from
foot of F. sirtvt.
West Side Division.
PORTLAND and CORVALLIS
Mail Train Dally (eacopt) Sunday.
f :ui a. m.l
lt& p. ni.l
i :.i P. m.
KW p, m(
Expreaa Train Dally (except) 8unday.
Iave Portland Arrive I
Arrive MeMinvtlle luve
At Albany and 'orvalUn connoet v.ith trains of
Qreiron l-neliu- riiroi,
i-Kor full informiition regarrling rates, mnpg
rtc, call on eoTnitany' as-cn.
It. KUI.HT.KK. F. V. niViTT.P,
Manager j. F. t ra-. Agenl.
OiC Tm'np eouneet at Albany and rorvallln.
Thealmvc Train connect at Yaquina with the
OtvKon lvvelopiuent Company a line of
.stemhii bet-en Ya((tiiiia and
I Frvm P. . tlnim 1 aiiiua.
Willaiueile Valley May Si
I IXT M U lt V,
ownsville, - - - Oregon.
W. J. GUY, Proprietoi.
WINES, LIMJORS AND
I Ma v
Vulhv May 31.1 JJtne .
Vullev 1 Mav ll. 1 June 17.2
Thin Company reVer-es the right to cuunpe fitA.-
init dales without uoticc.
ra-wnceni from Portland, and all Willamette
Valley pointx. can make clone connection with
the Train or the Yaqi ina Uoi tk at Albany
Corvallis. am! if destined to Han t ranei--o. HbiKild
atT'-np' to arrive at Ya.juiua the eveninif before
the date of MiiliiiR.
PuMHenxeraiHl I-'rolmlit Kate!
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
FOR INFORMATION API'LY TO
C. II. IIASWKLL, C. C, ItOOT-K.
Cenl Fr't & Pass Atl. j ACl 'J: Ken '. AC t.
Grecon Development Co., 0. 1. It. K. K. Co.,
:at Montgomery Corvallis.
San Francuico, Cul'a. I Oregon.
Sure Death to Squirrels and Gophers.
rtr - x
Tlio obove are Prices on a A;--- Leading Articles in
ttty Immcns itoclc -vlilolt. embraces K-verytlainjf in
Staple And Fancy Groceries..
I CAN SAVE YO
Or Your 3oi
BEARD & YATES.
Druggist and Apothecary
Drugs -:- and -:- Medicines
-"Paints, Oils and
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combsj brushes, Etf s
And Fancy Toilet Articles:
Prescriptions accurately compoundbR-.
3afn Street, Lebanon, Oregon'.
Malo by a new procfcss; Never fail to gvi sat
lsfacllon. Every can w arranted ormonay relund-
Th. rheaiM'st because the Best. Prepared in
ich a way that squirrel eat It in preference to I
1 rrven crass, etc. Over 50.000 can aotl last year, i
Orkoov. t A"k our dnir?ist for it and take no oUier. j