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F HI I Y, J U X E 22. 1S8S.
ELY. Kirlpatricl, lacaer
nECORATlOS BAT ADDRESS.
Extract from Hon. F. M. Miller's address.
C'omuiauder, Comrades, Ladies and
C!ent.nan. We meet to-day, in the
silent city of tile doml, to show our love
and retpeet for the memory of the
Leroic dtad.whose sicwi jjrftves loving
aud loyal hands nil over our land,
have this day deeorr.ted with the
choicest flowers of spring time.
Memorial Day, was instituted in
lienor of the memory of those who in
their death offered cp their livesr.sa
voluntary sacrifice, for the perpetuity
o tie Union, wheh our immortal
TN.v.ilutionarv Fore Fathers Handed
down to us.
There is no reason v. hv a
Tien ad prosperous government found-
d by the voluntary sacrifices or it - irymg i unuo wnat uiey un-
c-itiseis, defended in any and all wars j w isely did in heat and passion U-fore
nd preserved and handed down to the he war. At the meet it g of the two
ftUuro millions, bv those who have AaseiaWies of Presbyterians In Phil: -made
this country the home of the free delphia, tiie burden of every speaker
tni the asylum of tke .distressed of wf re-union of the severed churehes.
every nation and dime, should not We arghid to note that the proposition
IretCw nd generously looV after and j w,et with general approval. President
Ttvtwnneese its defenders In every M ar j
To the young men aud citizens, of the J
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country, I would sav, ever hold your-1 tt llw- hd tl wurage to rebuke
selves ready in time of necessity, to do ' t,w '"tetitiou that- keeps the
iKUtle for your eouutrv and flair- ThetwwreaU'hari'l"!Sniv:wt- Ilia remarks
reserTAtion of the country and Us best;3 r'lvl with tumultuous xy
interests. are far alxive and txvond ! l'J lus- We bpe that all cl.isses of
party strife or fower. To the noble 1 "ur Wlow-ettl5!?ns will learn a lesson
women, the great responsibility of love I from hi wordsf trfaf-itwa.
for the wuntry, aKuek depends. Tlu r .. .
boys and girls under their charge to-day j Ve welrtme )!;-. tj. W. G ilwny and
will in a few years, be the men and ! bride back lA'banon fnn;i their
v omen, who will determine the future njOBntaSl1 ,r5P- We Itk. the recrea
destiniesf this eon ntry. Let loyal y tion sn'1 r1 fro ministerial labor,
imd virtue be your guid uj star, and i Hlbutter prepare him fot:iear!iners
.nil will be welL i w ork of tlje and now that the
To-day, thanks be to (Jod, we live m j yS pastor has a helpmeet f-x life
a united country, beneath the crasd j wor?s we rfneerly hope thai their
old flag- that won oar independence. ! un"d efforts f rr g.od will be own and
iiay it"Vi.-er v,nve, theymbol of Uberty, j b5oSrf cf tJtHl- "e give tfceci mar heart
and a united people. Comrades, m j -"d band or. a ruper.is and harpy
conclusion. The Grand Army do-.-a not i jou5" through life, and.a-'-Ond Lh-
t neourage eetsosal hatred- "Oik of our
comrades lian jtud Jl.el as have iveaoe'!.
A great one ArliO( will last- as
long as American History is read, hm
said, with malice towards none, and
oharity fur ail. This is the sentiment
f the order, A .few inore years, and
vewill sink into the valley sind the
shadow of death. May we with the
Jtind friends that are gathered here tc
ijAay, o live, that w htn the summons
(Wtmes, we may meet where glorious
peace and rest is found in the nfcniois
The tKriff debate wrts plwlaing along
over the lumber olaTie-wlien Mr. Cox
of N. Y. createti a diversion by asking
wermission to have read a dispatch from
St. Louis, announcing President C:eve-i&naoe ir. f-purgeoirs jaeriou
huid's renomiuation by acclamation. iouI. tfce Sword and Trowel, iu which
'This was greeted with, vociferous an- I he conveys the impression that under
plause by the lX-mocxats, and Mr. Tar- j certain contingencies lie will establish
reney, who Iiad the floor, waved his oew societies for liome ad foreign
bandanna rapturousiy. As soon as the niission-worli.
lemoerats had quietod down the Re- j rrr:
pubUcans answered them with a round ' Eternal vigilance" is tiie price of
of applause and liand-daspiug. 5'.he mends, as well as liberty, and we
Ilemoerats joineil rn this again, and j would modestly suggest to parents to
Che -scene was continued for several j use a little vigilence in knowing where
tninutes. ' i and what their lys are up to at night.
-On Wednesday ITie White Honee was j One ounce of prevention is worth a
as quiet as it nsaully is on these sum- i poond of cure, and a '-.stitch in time
mer days and there were no indications often ssaves nine."
out side that its occupant had just re-j --
x-eived a renomkiation for tiie high of- ! Tf thcre w a r;-rht lhi"S to be done,
flee he now holds. In the morning ! aR;:? ya scera to 1 through a wrong
Mr. Hev land drove in from Oak View
his country residence, and went to
work as usual with tiie mass of papers
rrm,iri ttiion. H. permitted
sio visible anxiety about news from the j
convention, but he read all the tele-j
grams, with great interest. At noortjtlie KxrKKflS liarnt ,lC:m, of a
lie went down to tue recePUou in if j tIiird party in the late campaign and
Kast room and shoo hands with the the KxPRKKS a liews paper u Ha!
jople who b,ad gathered there to 6cejlia,La! , we , aw oul
him. Later, when the bulletin an-1 ,JCn? OQ the j,
ed, he was seated at dis desk. Col.
Lament read him the telegram, ami
fter exchanging a few remarks, tli
President went on with his work as if
nothing had happened. Soon the eon-jgratulatorj-
telegrams began to jhhit in
from all over the couutry iu large lium
bers. than her husband had done
The choice of Vice-Presidential can
didates on each of llie old party tickets
is of vital importance at this election
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oeeauseoi uie uossiiaoiy uui iu ihsi- t
d nt of the Senate for the next two ses -
moiis may have the casting vote on ad :
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questions of sutiicieiit interest to cause j
a division on party lines. The terms of I ,
twe've Demottratic Senators expire on i
the 4th. of March, Of all these j
the only neat which the republicans ;
, V J :V, X A , J faet, may be the Express knew ail
news Col. Lamout tel( phoi ed it toOak : , , .. . , ... t,
.. . , , , , , ax)Ut it, but eoul-1 not from the gido y
V iew, to Mrs. Cleveland, who showed .... r .. , f. ... ,
' , ,. . . ' .. ,. i heights of its Ion v position, condescend
lnuch more dehtrhi. over the tidincs l . .. ... . .. .
can hopa to win is that of Mr. Mel'hcr- strive to understand and serve the in
a n, of New Jersey. j t rests of your employer. If your
As Sf.nator liiddlebcrger will make j wages are low, even too low, do not h t
way for Mr. Barbour, of Virginia, the t that !e an excuse for shirking your
Democrats lire sure of being no wor.e duty. Iiut strive to make your service
off in the next Senate than they are so valuable to him that he can not spare
now, while1 iu case Mr. Mcl'herson J you from Ids force of employees and he
should be succeeded by a lJcmocr:t, j wiil readily advance your jay.
thnv will Vmvt ev.'ictlv tht'SHiiit' iiimi-I "
ler of Senators as the Republicans
can tie them on every party vote.
- Should the next Senate be tiM, an
effi rieiit parliamentarian could render
va aabie service to his parly as prcsid-
ine-offic r. and an inefficient one could
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ao tor Criuonairig ir.jury. mi, mioihh
the Vice President-elect die Ix-tween
th? casti is of the electoral vote and
the meet ig of the Senate, it would be
doubtful whether that lw dy would le
aWo to organize at all..
tf i" f IT Tvrr-v nrrvn Mf
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C O L, I J M K .
Peace on JTurM cm;? Good M"7 to
The Christian Sabbath U rwojrnizi-d
j as a U:iy of ivt-1 and rontons worship,
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it in viit- i-i uiu Miuiiii uiuuiuri:s oi iwr
christian oi iliziition, one of the bul
warks of our free institutions by which,
wo cau worship under our own vine
:m.l tig tree, without any to molest oi
harm w. We are sorry that the Sun
day law ws violated In Lebanon last
Sunday by the Lebanon Hose Teaiv.
There could have been no excuse for
litis outrage on the christian sentiment
of our quiet town. It la bad enough ft r
individuals to Iraniiile on law and .r
der, but for mi organized body to do so,
ii simply an murage that call for the
severest criticism. Siu li conduct wi s
a sorry Invitation to good people to set
tie among us. .
We are glad that t'umherland Free-
' byteriana can meet and legislate in the
interest of the church without the ne-
i ejssity of wrangling over the dead i
sum of t lie past. They vvn cross and
recro Mason and Pixou's line with
out knowing where it is. They have
done s for more than three-quarter
or" aeentury. Not even the bloody civil
wal" destroyed the spirit of brotherhood
among our people. The other churches
eeia:m wan present ana nddrecd
t lie too brHiies in a few w I -timed sen-
you" for every word
and work iu the
Time can never be heavy on hands
that are ill led for CJod. The w Idling
may complain that the wheels of tin?
sotreeeem to move. P.ut to the child
of God, seeking to erve Christ, tinje
seems idl to ehort. To sm.4j tn one
there is n- wearing fcr the tiure to gc
paw. Therefore he buys up opportun
ities, seeing the days are evil. Time, to
him, ia part of his lease below, ud upon
Low, thee Leurs are sjout, eternal
?.Ir. Sixirgeon does not seem in
least iIi.po?el to make p?aee with
Baptist brethren who stand bv
Baptist Union, and the Union seems
inclined to rt filiate. Tne latt sten
")ry oeno on n
! there is another war to it.
and a better
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God'S lhlit 5"ou o r'ot fi"'1 ifc
Backv.ooii, Or., Juno, 13, 1S-SS.
Well, well! That is a irood one on
i enough to vote the ticket. Some of us
'having voted the Prohibition ticket,
i I say of course we were anxious to hear
all about the election, and so snatching
up the TOxritEKS, on its arrival we read
the "election returns" with breathless
i suspense, nut narj' a -word auout our
party. But hold! Perhaps we are too
g a tinng as pr
i tion, ncr deign to refer to so small a
! body of cranks, or rather fannytix as
some of our cultured enemy's call us,
, v.f l!, that being the case, we beg par-
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to our heart, but to the rusticitv which
naturally pel tains to
the life of a cow
"When you take a position at service,
be faithful. Work diligently and!
"V(.,i von cru a -zi.r. V. ...
I on its own town ana booming her fur
! all i-he 13 WOrtll. i'.lt lofik at the ndver-
! thslnji co!ums lf thitt p.,,x.r iuui M,e if
j the boom is solid and substantial or
j mere mockery. The local columns
! n)a" deceive, but the advertising will
I not. Scout
Truth is the corner stone of one's
character and if it be not firmly laid
! i n i-nn' Vi r.n r n. fri1i-. atrool on finr.nMnl
structure is liable to crumble and go to
pieces Vm the roek of ?pculation or
I TO 110TlfA Kri Irill.l:
To' the fanners of I. inn county. If
you want, tarni tinpiomont., or ma
chinery of nny desr-ription,- rail on 0111
maiii'ger, U. W. Cms on, at LcImuicii
and we assure you that vou will meet
with ourtesy, and a full line i f cur
jToods tiiat can be b wght r.s cheap as
it any place In Linn county..
Stavkk fe Wai.kkr.
All person knowing theinselvis in
Ubted to in.' veill pi 'iisi' -nll at my Id
stand and settle, as I need my money.
M. A. Miu.-ut.
W. FORTHILLER & CO.,
ALBANY, - - OREGON.
MsnuUKtuivm of tout Doulors in ull Kinds
Import all First-Class Goods
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
A complete stm-k of Wall Paper, lieco
ratlons and Window Shades.
U N L E T A I I N G
Drowrtsvi"o, ... 0-so-
For Toilet Use.
Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft
and pliant, imparts to it the lustre aud
freshnesa of yonth, causes It to grow
luxnriamlr, eradicates Dandruff, cures
all scalp diseases, and ia the most clean
ly of all hair preparations.
AYFR'Q ITa5r Vi?nr has given mo
1 1 1 - ierfect satisfaction. I was
nearly bald for six years, during which
time I used many hair preparations, but
without snceess. IndeoJ, what bttie
hair I had was growing thinner, nntil
I tried Ayer'a Hair Vicor. I used two
bottles ot the Vigor, and my head is now
well covered with a nw growth ot hair.
Judson B. Chapel. Feabody, Mass.
HAIR that tfts become weak. gray,
uniii anij faded, may have new lifa
and color restored to it bv the use of
Ayer ' Hair Vigor. M v hair was thin,
faded, and dry, and fell out in larga
quantities. Aycr's Hair Vigor stopoed
the falling, and restored rny hair to its
original color. As a dressing for the
hair, this preparation ha no erpial.
Mary N. Hammond, Stillwater, ilmu.
VlRflR ynttl. and beauty, in the
uulij apearanee of the hair, may
be preserved lor an indefinite period bv
the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. A dis
ease of the scalp caused rax hair to be
come harsh and dry, and "to fall out
freely. Kothing I tried seemed to do
me any good nntil I commenced using
Ayer's Hair Vigor. Three bottles ot
this preparation restored my hair to a
healthy condition, and it is now soft
and pliant. My scain is cured, and it
is also free from dandruff. Mrs. K. R
Foss, Milwaukee, Wis.
er's Hair Vigor,
Bold by DniFgiati and Perfumers.
Peefkct Satett, prompt action, antl
wonderful cuxatire properties, easily
place Ayer's Pills at the head of the list
of popular remedies for Sick and Nerr
cma Headaches, Constipation, and all ail
ments originating in a disordered Liver.
I tare been a great sufferer from
Headache, and Ayer'a Cathartio Pills
are the only medicine that has ever
given me relief. One dose of tliese Pills
will qnickly move my bowels, and free
my head from pain. William L. Pace,
Kichmond, Va. ti
Ayer's Pills, 1
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver 8: Co., Tjowell.llaes.
Boki by all Dedis In Medians.
oiitniitnl, ninl -nil f.l I -.. Hlnt..
!cii.1,m1 lo fc,r MOUFUM r. H ES Our ollitv j
;IK!ft. ii,o I . s. fiiii-nt oil'niv inl ire nn i.li
':im l':t(fii! ui !ism linitt Itinii lli'tso r' uu if from
ic (. n.: Sfjni y.mn.i.. n .w. r
I'lltt'l'tt (,f iiiYctitiofi. V,i iu jst mn lo I'MM'lll.
Ml.ililv Utf ef hn-.r.- :i!i.l o ukiku tVJ UU!:
t:i.Ks rt test Ksr.1 1 1 .'.
I'or ein-iiliir, mlvii-c. Irmw ini ri-fi'i-crros lo
ncltiiil -Ii,'dts in vonrouti Sink', "outitv. Cllv er
Cj i'usitc J'uUui VJJ'i, Waihtwjtun, V C. i
x". e. IMl.L-rtllt'ltV,
' T HE
Iron, Steel, Coal,
Saws and Axes,
Etc. Etc. Etc,
I Keep Agricultural Implements of all Kinds.
3i1tci ixstt.. vrvx newton
Farm and Spring Wagons.
Sole Agent For Crawfordsyille Axes.
IT'S A BIG OFFER!
BETTER TAKE US UP !
WE OFFER OUR HAND-
Some Stock of Drv Ci.)f)J.-, Fasltionahle Fominitie Finerv
TO THE LADIES OF LEBANON,
'Ami Assure Them That AVe Will Take No Ao
count Of Time Or Trouble, But Willi Wide
Tost Welcome. We Shall Bo Pleased To Seo Them, Tleased
To Serve Them, and Tleased To
In the Spring largains.
j ru ru
To Buy, at Least
Andre ws &
n r ji
i in, topper ana
All Kinds of Re
Powder and Shot
Etc. Etc. Etc.
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Como and Seo us and
Inspect Our Stock.
Sheet Iron Ware
pairing done 'on
Groceries and Provisons, Tobacco and
We have on 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 RATjJS.
V. full find complete line of CANNED GOODS
lceit constantly on hand.
Hides Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
IComeand see us.gU
W. B. DON ACA & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn Count)' Or.
OREGOKIAH RAIL1AT COMPAKT.
CHAS. N.SCOTT, - Receiver.
On ti'1 fler .tan. 1. nd until further no
tlcc iniiiu will run duilr (rxcrpl t-undar) asful-
From Put- i
Und. Ar 8.00 p. m.
I Lr S.l
i 12 42
Lt 1.15 p. m.
5 l r,
Foot of Lincoln St.
! M. Anerl,
I JohnKn' Mill,
! n itzerland.
i Ust Skle Junction.
O. P. Tossing.
roramiitsilon TVkrtt tvoeenU per mile on
wle at Walton twTlng Aeenu-
Trmiai with rwnwr, FrT-ighl and Express,
run at-iwrate tram r rt-lgni.
vil.i tMtn ft m Pw.n9 Vnnlin. ITMnM-
dr and ThtirsdatK. TowanU Fortland, Toe
daT. Tbimduptaud Saturdart.
'imnfrtlon t lUy'n and Fulqtwrtt lAndlnpt
with StfmmcT 'fitr of Salcin" rurtem .Mnnna,
n'utnMlin and Frklar tvturninr trim Salcra
TumwIaTI, ThnrdaTii and talurdar. canncting
with Kji.1 and West '?ide paswncvr train, steam
er "fitj of Stilem makes tranrfT betwn Ray
and r ulquart Lnaines aaiiy, suaoajra jlcttw.
C1IA3. X. SfX)TT. RecdTrr.
rtenernl OfFlces, W. Corner First and Pino Si's,
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OUEGON FACIFIU RAILROAD
Oregon Deielopmeut Co' s Steamship Line
225 8HORTER, 20 HOUR8 LESS TIME
Than by any other Koule.
First Class Through Passenger Freight
From Portland and all Pointy In the Willamette
Valley to ana lrom .--an t rancisco, i&i.
Willamette Riier Line of Steamers,
THE -WU. M. IIOAO." THE "N. S. EEXTLY."
THE 'TURFX SLSTF.R3"
Iea-ft Portland 8 A. 3J-,
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAY'S
From Messr. Hulmen 4 Co's Dot k. 2W and 202
Front Street, for Cocrallis and Intermediate
points, making close connection at Alba
uy and C'onrallis with Trains of the
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays:)
Lr. Ai.basy, 1KW p.m. I I.t. YaQviNA, 6 S0 a, m.
Lr. CoaVAUJ!.l?7p. m. Lv.OoRVAMJslO-.SSa. m.
A. YaquiKA. SrOO p. m. An. Albast, 11:15 a. m.
O A C Trains counect at Albany and Corvallis.
The above Trains connect at Yuqnina with the
Oregon Development Company's IJne of
bteutnsliiiA lietween Yaquina and
stk.ifr. I'FromS. V. From Yafiiiuw.
Willamette Valley I May Zl. I May 2S. 1S.
Willamette Valley I May SI. I Jnne '
W illamette Valley May 11,22 June 1 .2 "
This Ctmpanv reserves the right to change Sail
ing dates without notice.
Passengers from IVirtland. and ail Willamette
Vullev points, can make close Connection with
the Trains of the Yahi'ISA Koitk at Albany
Corvnl'is, and if destined to .San Francisco, should
arranpe to arrive at Yaquina the evening before
the dute of Kailing.
PHM'llKer and JTrllt: lint oh
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
FOR IVK0RMATI0X APPLY TO
C. It. HASWEUj,
n..n'l Fr't A Pass Air't.
r. C. ITOOT'K.
Aefp flen'l F. & P. Ag't,
G re eon Development Co..
o. r. K. . k. ljo.,
San Francisco, Cal'a.
Lebanon, Or., June 15.
Wheat 00c ier bushel.
Oats 40c per bushel.
Flour M 20 per barrel
Eggs 16?c per dozen.
Rutter 20c per tt.
Lard 12c per lb.
Apples, dried 8c10o per ft.
Plums, dried 10c12lc per R.
Prunes, dried 10e12ic per lb.
Hams 15c per lb.
Shoulders 10c per R
Racon 121c per lb.
Coal Oil f 1 25 per 5 gallon fan.
All persons wishing binder wire will
please call and leave their orders for
the same on or before June 1, 18.88, as
we ahull not carrv any wire la stock is
except what is ordered. i
KNAPP, Ul-RRELli & CO.
J. A. ROBERTS,
New Grrocery Store,
LEBANON (Linn county) OREGON,
Lebairon flour, per sack,
Albany flour, jer sack, Red Crown,
White beans, 18 lbs,
Best table rice, 15 lbs,
Best Eastern syrup, 5 gal. kegs,
New Orleans molasses,
Golden G sugar, 15 lbs,
Extra " " 14 "
Granulated " 12 "
Best Costa Rica coffee, C lbs,
Best tea, 1 lb can,
Savon soap per box,
Cold water bleach soap,
Corn and gloss starch, 3 papers,
Saleratus, 4 papers,
Soda crackers per box,
Oysters, 2 lb cans, 5 for
Liverpool salt 200 lb sacks
" " 50 lb "
Tickles 5 gal kegs,
Tomatoes, 9 cans for
Tiie above nre Prices on u few Inriln
my Immeuse &toelc -wliiola
Staple And Fancy Groceries,
Stoneware, Wooden ware,
Furnishing Goods, Ete.
I CAN SAVE YOU 25 PER CENT:
-IOn Your Money.l-
Ox- Your 3Ioney Xofuii(l;cl.
T. C PEEBLER,
BEARD & 'YATES,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -i- and -:- Medicines
IPaints, Oils and Glass.-
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
jfArt leles In
$1 05. i
1 00. I
1 15. 1
1 00. y I
1 00.. v 1
1 15. """" ': I
1 15. I
1 40. 1