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The Lebanon Express.
FRIDAY, JUNK l, 1SS8.
PE RSONAL A ND QTI I ERWISE
Mr. Jeff Myers was in town a short
time Tuesday morning:.
Mr. Ilarrv lioccors, ft tanker of
Corvallia is in the eity thia week.
The weather haa been very distant
and misty this week.
Born, Tuesday, June 2t5, to the wife
of John It. Cave, a boy. Weight 13.
If you want a suit cheap for cash,
buy before the 4th at C. li. Montague's.
The Woodruff Orchestra has been cn-
gagptt to furnish music for the 4th., of
July iiau, at u nion nail.
Mrs. Nora Creed, of Fort Townsend,
"Washington Territory, is visiting her
Bister, Mra. O. Keys, of Lebanon.
There will be a grand ball at Union
Hall on July 4th., 1SSS. The clanee
will be under the able management of
M. D. Wheeler.
Our popular dentist, Dr. Hayter and
wife, have returned from a visit to
IVallas. w here they have been visiting
relatives and frienda.
Mr. Clay Myers, of Hoio, was in the
city Thursday evening and paid tills
office a pleasant visit. Clays numer
ous visits here indicate something.
DIED. On Sunday, June 24, the
3-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Hooks. Funeral services were held at
the parents' residence on Tuesday.
New Roller Mill. We call es
pecial attention to the new and large
advertisement of Mr. E. t loins, of Seio.
We know him pejsonally to be an
honest man, a high-toned Christian
gentleman, and he will do all that he
promises. We congratulate him and
all our friends on the completion and
sueeoss of this enterprise. It is an
honor to Mr. Goins and a credit to
Good Reiiki. We are informed by
Mr. Brooks, of Sweet Home, that their
school has just closed a very prosper
ous term under the efficient manasre
ment of Prof. A. G. Shanks. We al
ways note with pride and heartily
mend a faithful, eonsciencious teacher,
who discharges his duty to the profit
of scholars and satisfaction of patrons.
This excellent school closed on the
22d inst. with forty -eight students in
actual attendance, and the people have
shown their appreciation of Frof.
Shanks' faithful work by re-electing
him for another full term, though un
derbidden by aeompeditor. Any com
munity honors itself by holding on to'
a ood teacher, and this perniscuous
habit of alwas changing teachers ia the
bane of our free school system.
' - Special Notice.
On taking charge of this office we
found a number of names on our mail
ing books who live in Eastern Oregon
and in the Eastern States. The sub
scription list of a large number of these
names show that they are due the
paper for a yerr or more. Now we
suppose that friends here in IJnn
county have ordered this paper to
friends in the East and are unaware of
the arrearage, we therefore kindly re
quest our friends and patrons to ai
range t-he matter at once, or else we
will notify them cf their delinquency
and ask a settlement of the same.
These items are small to the individ
uals, but in the aggregate are consider
able to us.
To the Citizens of Lebanon and all
wham it may concern .
I agree to construct a telegraph line
from here to Albany and operate the
same at the usual rates established by
all other telegraph lines, to furnish
everything and keep it in repair, on
condition of a bonus of three hundred
dollars : that if the citizens will donate
that much I will furnish the balance
and obligate myself to operate tho line.
Respect-fully, G. E. Hardy.
We believe the offer of Mr. Hardy is
reasonable, and that It will pay the
business men of Lebanon to take hold
of and accept the proposition. The
Express will take 1-loth of this as
sessment as a matter of public interest
and accommodation. It is estimated
that the entire cost, not including the
battery, office fixtures, etc., will cost at
least four hundred and fifty dollars.
We hope Borne enterprising townsman
vfil bring around a subscaiption list
and let ub put the thing through with
Killed by Morphine.
Tuesday morning Grant Osburn
was observed in the store of II. Back
ensto in a semi-unconscious condition.
He was removed to a bed room up
etairs and medical aid was summoned,
Dr. Maston being called. He pro
nounced his condition the result of an
overdose of opium poison. Every ef
fort was mad-3 to save the young man's
life but he died before noon. He w&s
aged about 2 and was the son of W.
T. Osburn, of Eugene City. His par
ents were notified aud the body was
taken to that place. The deceased had
a wife and child in Eugene City.
A Bold Tramp. Yesterday about
11 o'clock Sylvester Burrell went into
C. B. Montague's store to purchase a
euit of cloths. A tramp, giving the
name of Frank Reynolds, came in
about the same time and stood around
watching the movements; Mr. Burrell
laid his vest, with a watch in the
pocket, on the counter while he went
to the back end of the store to try on
the pants, while so engaged the tramp
moved around where the vest was
lying and shortly after went out. Mr.
Burrell immediately missed the watch
and soon started out to find the fellow.
While a warrant was being made out
Reynolds went to J. O. Roland's har
ness shop and pocketed a pair of nice
buggy lines and a celluloid handled
whist broom, and then started down
the railroad track. Ho was shadowed
by John dve till arrested by the ccn-
On being searched the lines
Jsroom were found on his
but the" Watch could not be
; At the examination before
Justice Smith,, he denied knowing
anything about the watch, but on be
ing ax.ed about the Hues and broom,
eaid, "I stole them of course." He
was sentent to 25 days injaiL
;iJa' ana vfet
TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
Frof. 1J. P. Childera returned from
Portland on Monday.
Joseph Blakely, Pheriff of Gillam
county, visited family friends during
the past week.
Miss Maud Hume on Thursday de
parted for Portland, from w here she
will proceed to New Tecoma, W. 1
to visit her uncle.
Tho case of Albert Barton, who was
arrested on a charge of rape, and in
default of f 1,000 bonds M as taken to
Albany for safe keeping, has created
much comment in this section. As
the defendant waived examination tie
fore Justice Averill, nothing other
than floating reports are known of tne
innocence or guilt of the accused party.
The facts of the case will probably be
fully established at the proper time
and place. The most cxagcrated re
ports have gained circulation in regard
to this affair, and seemingly without
foundation, as there has been no evi
dence piven as yet in tha matter, pub
lie opinion being divided lit regard to
the guilt or Innocence of the arrested
party; the report of the attempted
lynching of the prisoner is without
foundation, the citizens of this place
being willing to give the accused a fair
and impartial trial and abide by the
decision of the law.
Mrs. 8. P. Barger, during the recent
muddy spell, slipped aud sustained a
very severe sprain of the ankle.
The children of Ellas Hall, four hi
number, w ho were 111 from scarlet fever
are all making rapid strides toward re
covery, having fortunately passed the
crisis of this dreaded disease in a most
O. H. Irvine, of Albany, was in town
on Wednesday last attending to legal
Miss Annie Younger, a pupil of tho
Sacred Heart Academy of Salem, is
passing the vacation months with her
adopted parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Fields, of South Brownsville.
J. W. Geary, M. 1 , f Halsoy, was
in town on professional business on
Ddward McKlnney, of Arlington,
Ore., who has been visiting relatives
in Brownsville, returned home on
On Friday night the Brownsville
woolen mills closed down for the space
of two weeks, during which time the
race ill be cleaned and put In through
A number "of our citizens, taking ad-
uantage of the fine weather and low
rates, participated in the excursion to
Silverton on Saturday last.
The "Lash's Ri Iters" combination,
during the j ast week visited our town,
advertising their medicine and giving
John Moore and James Simons have
purchased builcing lots in Kirk's ad
William Primley left Brownsville for
Baker City during the past week.
Mrs. I.amson and daughter have for
the past week been visiting town
Wm. Robe departed for the Blue
river mines on Monday last,
Work on the Lucky Boy mines.
which has been temporarily suspended,
will be resumed in a shot time.
Dan Howe is visiting his brother, J.
Rev. xSaniuel Driver, of Walla Walla,
paid Brownsville relatives a visit, re
turning home on Saturday last.
Attorney D. R. ST. Blackburn, of Al
bany, was in town on Saturday.
The Brownsville woolen mill closed
down a day sooner than expected. It
is claimed by some that this stoppage
was due to the non -attendance of a
number of operatives who sampled
Lash's bitters on the previous evening.
Died, June 25lh, Lucy, wife of W.
Ex-Sheriff Geo. Humphrey, of Al
bany, was in town on Saturday Issu
ing invitations to those whom the
Grand Jury are anxious to"interview."
Miss Eliza Harrington, the plaintiff
in the Albert Burton rape case, in com
pany with Deputy Sheriff Humphrey,
departed for Albany on Saturday last.
Born, June 4, 1SSS, to the wife of
Isaac Louden, a son.
Mr. Gross, at this place, has con
eluded to run his hotel on the restaur
ant style, giving meals at all hours at
25 and 50 cents, according to order.
At the Waterloo livery and feed
stable all comers will find plenty of
feed for their horses and terms reason
able. The prospect now is for a big crowd
at Waterloo the 4th.
This is no doubt the most famous
place for a celebration in Oregon, and
the Odd Fellows are preparing to make
memorable the coming Fourth, and a
day to be long remembered. The peo
ple throughout the county will do well
to consider before they decide, and if i
they consider well there is only one
place to talk of for a celebration offer
ing the greatest and most glorious
opening, and that is "Waterloo. So
come one and all and enjoy the day
and the beautiful and romantic scenery
Mr. Geo. B, McKinny wa in town
last night, bringing some of the finest
butter ever seen or tasted.
Mr. Alfred Fielding, from Stayton,
made a flying trip to Waterloo a few
Mr. R. A. Clark, of the Elkin's ranch,
has the finest radishes in Oregon. Mr.
J. G. Dllorhide reports them too large
to mention. Call and see them your
self, as you would not believe how
large they are from hearsay.
School closed Monday evening, for
which we all feel sorry. Miss Allie M.
Charlton has taught us a good school
and deserves much credit, and will do
the same for any district engaging her
Mr. J. B. Gibheard received a pack
age of Prof. Lawrence's renounjod
catarrh - medicine and report this
morning that he feels better han for
years before. -
Miss Mamie McCIun went 1 : yea-
terday. She gave the best of satisfac
tion as a rook and hou.-ekeeper.
Jas. F Embrco is pushing the work
on the Montague residence at Edna,
across tho river from Waterloo.
Mr. Lewis Cheadlo Is reported as
Improving very fast from the effects
of Ills serious t untie with a horse.
Mr. John Cams was called to the
bedside of his father on Sunday last.
Mr. 1). Cams is about 105 years old.
He Is no doubt the oldest Democrat In
Mr. Joel Yall and sons have returned
from the mountains, where they have
been making boards.
Times generally good, and if the
rains will only stop now wo will feel
letter and whoop-er up lively the
Call at J. O. Gross', Waterloo, for
anything needed in the line of confec
tioneries and groceries.
Do not forget the celebration at Wa
terloo July 4, 1S83.
i h wvfouosvii.i k.
Weather prophets are in demand
now. The farmers are beginning to
fear the rust.
Mr. J. R. Wiseman has built a new
fence around his lots. Mr. Shackel
ford has built a new fence also.
Mr. James Koeney has commenced
work on a new warehouse In connec
tion with his mill.
Mr. and Mrs. McMullen went to
Tangent last Saturday to attend the
quarterly conference of the M. E.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pugh visited
Shedd and Albany one day last week.
Preparations are being made for the
picnic, but If th weather keeps bad It
will not be a success I am afraid. If
there should le a week of good weath
er It w ill pass off all right. The Sweet
Home Bund has lcen Invited to attend
one Uav. the I raw Tordsvllle Band
has gained full control of the camp
ground and all the land Joining it.
They propose to run stands, tu.
Mrs. Robert Gillx-k died last Tues
day morning of neuralgia of the heart.
She had been siok but two days. She
w as was born In 110, and hits been a
consistent member of the M. E. Church
for many years. Her bereaved hus
band has the sympathy of a wide circle
of friends. He has no relatives on this
Mrs. Annie Blackburn met with
quite a painful accident last Thursday
night, caused by the explosion of r
lamp. She was burned badly on the
left arm and hand In attempting to ex
tinguish the fire. It was a narrow es
cape from a scrlowa accident, as there
was four other members of the family
in the same room. They came very
near loosing their house and its con
tents, as most everything in the room
was set on fire by the buinifig oil.
I hear some talk of a railroad to our
tow n. There is certainly plenty of in
ducements for a road. Vast bodies cf
timber yet untouched lie w ithin reach
of thus place. The frn rlilp? country
is a great wheat producing country,
and considerable wool is produced In
this valley. The Ilohawk country
would patronize a road here, as there
Is a good wagon road almost completed
across the mountain from here there.
A road could be built very cheap from
here to Brownsville or Halsey either,
as it is a very level country to either of
these towns. There would be no need
of abridge, only a few culverts.
There is a good soda spring located
about half a mile from here. A good
opportunity awaits some energetic man.
It Is a good location for a hotel and
livery stable. The spring is on a nice
level place, easy to get to with any
kind of conveyance. There is a nice
grove near it, and there is 300 acres of
land that could be bought, including
the spring, for about f;5,000.
Editor Express : Thinking a few
items from this rlaec would be of in
terest to your readers, I will try and
inform you of the latest happenings as
far as I know.
We are having very fine weather at
present, w ith plenty of rain, although
it is rather too cool for vegetation to
grow much. We have had an unpnH
eedented dry spring this year, and in
consequence the gra.-s is short. Grain
is going to make a half crop anyway,
Mt. Vernon is a small tow-n on the
Dalles military road, about one hun
dred and seventy miles east of the
Dalles, and about two hundred and
fifty miles northeast of Lebanon.
The country hereabouts is devoted
principally to stock raising, the sheep
industiy predominating, there being
about one hundred and ten thousand
head owned in this vicinity, also about
five thousand head of cattle and a few
horses. Shearing is about over, but
the wool is not going out very fat, as
prices are too low at present.
William Templeton and Ed. John
son came in from across the mountains
a few days ago. Mr. Templeton reports
that it had rained at Prineville every
day since the first of June, and that
the spring grain that was sown long
before the rain is now coming up.
There will be about a half crop of hay
this season. The stock on the range
is poor. A large number of sheep, he
says, was driven out of that country
early in the spring. lie repoits the
mountain roads in a very bad condi
Thos. Lew is, of Sweet Home, has
just returned from Shoal Water Bay,
where ho has been in a logging camp.
He reports that times are very dull
there. A number of camps nave been
closed up recently. He intends to go
to Gray's Harbor to work after the 4th
Smith I don't see Browii on the
streets lately, they say he is down with
the .mumps; is it true?
Jones No! indeed; Brown's trouble
is the same old moan you have heard
before; tight shoes and sore feet.
Siulth Why on earth don't he buy
his 'rshoes of Andrews & Il.toklemau
dovrn on Main Street.
Mark Hayter, DeDkvbaiion.
W. C.T. U. AND SUNDAY
C O I. U M N .
"Jitvr on Earth and ttood Will to
Leranon, Out:., June 20, Ifi&S.
Editor Kxpkkss : Jntr Sir In
your last Issue was an article from one
G. W. Langford. stating some reports
that were derogatory to his character.
He speaks as though tho report origin
ated at the Ladles' Aid Society. It Is
a base insinuation, and he knows bet
ter. If he would spend some of his
precious time at lie f our meetings,
Instead of the saloon, he would see we
had other business than talking of
scandal such as Mils, without a motive.
A few weeks ago the morals of our
town were such us to call forth a cry
of indignation from its law and order
loving citizens ; and a movement was
made that, if it did not abolish the
evil, at least modified It. This report
the gentleman (?) speaks of was going
the rounds at that time, and Is it any
wonder tuat we, as a band of Christian
women, should Inquire Into the char
acter of one who had entrance to our
homes? As mothers, was It notour
right to talk of It? No matter how
learned a jicrson may be in his profes
sion, no matter If he lias spent several
years at foreign conservators and can
play on nil musical Instruments in
creation flute Included if his morals
nre at all questionable we have a right
to know It. e understand he called
on the lady who had tho audacity to
repeat this report, and she told him
where it came from. " Ills eyes were
red with the tears he'd shed," etc,, and
he made himself so ridiculous with his
boo-hoo-lng that even little children
looked on in wonder at the strange
proceeding of a caller.
His generosity is commendable, but
if his wealth is what lie claims he
might donate this ticket to some char
itable object, or pay the Exphi:- his
printing bill, as we would not care to
visit such doubtful resorts to hunt up
anything, much his char
acter. As for its depressing effect
on his business, It may be that people
have discovered that playing piano ac
coiiipaninienta to a flute U nuf thorough
Please pardon us for taking up so
much of your valuabla space, but we
felt this matter must Ik put right be
fore the public. We will add further
that this will end our controversy
through the paper, but if Mr. L. so
desires he can call on us at our next
meeting, where we will discuss the
issue of the day. Thanking you kind
ly, we subscribe ourselves,
A Memhep. of the L. A. Society.
Tho Willamette Presbytery ef the
Cumlierland Presbyterian church met
with the Marys River congregation on
the 14th of June.
Rev. E. P. Henderson former moder
ator preached the introductory sermon
and was reelected moderator.
The attendance was good.
The usual buMiiessof the presbytery
was transacted with harmony and
dispatch. A spirit of aggressive war
fare upon the power of darkness char
acterized the meeting. Rev. J. R Kirk
pat rick of the Oregan Presbytery and
It. II. Baker of Parsons Presbytery
Texas King present, participated in the
deliberative, and devotional exercises;
adding much to the Interest of the
occasion. B. F. Baker was encaged to
labor as an evangelist In tho bounds of
the Willamette Presbytery untill next
regular session of rresbytery, which Is
to convene at Brownsville on Thurs
day, 7,30 P. M. next proceeding the
forth Sal-bath In Oetoler.
Mr. A. J. Adams of Brownsville was
licensen to preach the gosple. Ho is a
man of good abilities, and sterling
This Presbytery will have the addi
tion of two or three valuable young
men In the near future, and altogether
the out look for more aggressive and
efficient labor upon the parte of the
Presbytery is quite Haltering.
C. A. Woolev, Sec. Pro. Tern.
Monday evening, Juno 25th, at 8
o'cleck the first Presbyterian church
of Lebanon was crowded with mem
bers of the church and congregation to
witness the first installation services
ever held in the church. The church
was tastefully decorateel with flowers.
The Rev. G. W. Gi honey who has
been supplying tho place most accept
ably for the past year was installed as
The following ministers from abroad
were present: Rev. Piitchard, Alba
ny; Rev. W. S. Holt, Portland; Rev.
Gillespie, Newport; Rev. II. A. New
ell, Salem; and Rev. J. It. Kirkprt
rick of the C. P. church of Lebanon
was also present. Rev. E. X. Condits
name appeare-d on tho printed pro
gramme but not being present 4his
place was filled by Rev. E. J.' Thomp
son, D. D., of Corvallis.
Tho programme was as follows:
Doxology. Invocation, Dr. Thomp
son; reading of the first chapter of
Colossians, Rev. J. R. Ktrkpatrlck;
prayer, Dr. Thompson; hymn; sermon,
Rev. Frichard. The text was taken
from Collossians, first chapter, anel 18
verse. The theme of the tliscourse
being Christ, the head of tho church(
and true believers the body. He
brought out clearly the folly of any
one church or denomination consider
ing themselves as the church, anel all
others second to them. In illustrating
the fact he related a dream the noted
Charles Wesley once haei, in which he
visitce! the gate of hell and asked If
any Roman Catholics where there,
any of the church of England, any
Weslians, anel receiveet each time the
reply, "yes, a great many." lhe re
ply to the last question grieved him
much and turning away he visited the
gate of heaven asking the same ques
tions and receiving the reply each
time, "JS'o." In despair lie askeel,
"Who-then have you here?" "We
know nothing of Roman Catholics,
Church of England or Weslians here.
We have Christians here and of them
many more than any man can num
ber." The sermon was adapted to the
occasion and 6howed deep thoiight and
careful preperation, and wasably de
livered. . The Rev. Holt, as ttioderator
of V ,
UHtial constitutional questions uud In
utallution prayer. The charge to the
pastor was given by his class-mate
Uvv. iiillesple, his words were very
impressive. He dwelt some time upon
his duty to his poople and in all his
remarks, made most frequent and tilt
ing use of the scripture, closing with
these solemn words, "And now may
the Lord bless thee and keep thee,
Dr. Newell then gave the charge to
the people in his happy, pleasing man
ner. He repeated some suitable script
ure passages to Introduce his remarks.
His remarks were practical uud to the
point in every respect. All united In
singing. "I love thy church, O, God,"
After w hich the benediction was pro
nounced by tho newly installed pastor.
Sm.vekton, On., June 27.
Pastor 1'reshyf.erian Church,
Dkau Sir: AVIll you hand this to
Clark Braden, who will be In lAbaneii
to-day to defend the Bible.
To Clark Branen,
Dear Sir: I learn that your lite will
bo In danger If you go to Mollala ur
to that grove. You had tatter write
to Pro. Thomas at Mollala.
F. O. McCaulky.
('lark Braden says he will go to
Mr. and Mrs. tleorgp C. Swift, of
Kjgcne, are at the Fountain House,
also Mrs. Lark Bilyue of the same
Mr. Powers and family, of Washing
ton e-ounty, are camped at this place.
llev. F. I. Jones and w ife who have
lu'en at Sodavillo for the past four
weeks conducting a series of meetings,
has gone to Harrisburg.
Mr. W. Payne, of Albany Is here to
try the soda water.. He is Improving
and we hope to see him recover tntlre
Mr. Clay Myers, of Selo, Is among
the boarders at the Hotel. We hope
Clay will enjoy himself as he Is a Jolly
RuIr'ii Davis and wife formerly f
Sodavllh but rte-ently of lA'xingtJli,
Oregon, are here fur t present and
think of locating in .Stdavllle. -
Miss Ot-ary. of Eugene, the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. McCarty, returned
home on lat Saturday.
Dennis Kline is now making regu
lar trijB between Sodaville anil Icba
tion, connections Itoing matlu with the
afternoon train at Ixbanoii.
The cases of scarlet fever which were
reported here were of the mildest form,
If scarlet fever at all. However, we
are able to saj' that there Is nothing of
the kind here at present.
Dr. CI. W. Maston, Prof. Van Hone
and Judge C. E. Wolverton with their
families, all of Albany, spent Sunday
at this plae-e.
A large number of visitors were at
Sodaville btst Sunday, sme to take
part In the meetings that aro being
heiil here while the others were here
for health anil pleasure. Sexlaville
Is destined to Ihk'oiui; a famous health
and pleasure resort.
Grand 4th., of July Ball, at Lebanon.
Cl, vn-o tke Children. They
VVV" pec'Rlly liable to
pecially liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc. We EiiariinttMi Acker's Eaglisli
ltetacdy a positive core. It saves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold by
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
W r,-v r c that are fretful. tevl?b.
jjwvj vvo cross, or troubled with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at ouce by using Acker's Paby Bootlier.
It contains no Opium r Morpbine,
Uenco is safe. Price 5 cents. Isold by
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
in warranted, is because it is the best
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
tively cure all Blood Diseases, purines the
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the
constitution. Remember, we guarantee it.
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY'S
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time between Albany and Pan Francoo. 3.1 hours.
California Eaprtii Trains Dally.
Tw r.M.j Leave IVrfliTiiTi Arrive7lO:40 A. M.
Sivi. M. Leave Albany l-eavel ": a, M.
:4) A. M.I Arrive San l'mi'lsco Leave! S:30 P. M.
Local Patteng-er Trains Dally (except) Sunday
S:0 A. .V.I I cavu
'2A0 I', jm . j Arrivo
Arrive S-4f p. M.
Iavojll ;5 a. M.
Leave 9 (X a. ft.
Local Passenger Trains Dally (except) Sunday
in r. i.
8:M p. M.
2:fi0 p. M.
Arrive 5:45 a. m.
Lenvcj5:0 A. M.
Arrive 2:15 p. m.
Lettvp:00 p. ni.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS FOR
accommodation of Second Class Pas
sengers attacheel to Express Trains.
The O. AC. R. K. ferry make connection with
nil the rvi.-uliir trinns en the La-sifcUo liiv. Iruin
toot of F. utrcut.
West Side Division.
PORTLAND and CORVALLIS
Mall Train Dally (except) Sunday.
7 Mi a. ra.l Le'iive
12:25 p. ni. Arrive
. Express Train Dally (except) 6unday.
4:5ii p. m. I Iavo Tortland Arrive I tblrt a. m .
8.00 p, in. I Arrive MeMinvtlle Leave 5:45 u. ni.
At Albany hikI Corvallis connect with trains of
On'uron Pm-hic riiilmiKt.
4ldKor full information regarding rates, maps
etc., rail on onmimiiy's agent.
K. KOU11.KK, E. P. 1MW5KKS.
Manager U. F. & Pan. ARnt.
T- C. Peebler.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Provisions, Crockery, and
Goods, Etc.,. Etc.
Satisfaction is Guaranteed.
T. C. PEEBLER, v'to
At Greatly Reduced Prices, to make room for his
which has Already been bought in the East.
j C. B,
Has still about One Hundred Dress Patterns in his
Stock of Dress Goods which he Desires to
close out before receiving his full stock
If you want a dress Cheap this is
Your Last Good Chance.
C. 11 MONTAGUE
Has Fifty Single Coats for Men which will be sold
at half their Value. The above oilers are for
Cash or Produce Buyers ONLY.
MRS. G. W. RICE,
31illltaei Lelmnon, Ore,
HAS JfST BKCK1VED IIKR
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Ri
bons, Etc., Etc.
Call and got Prices on Goods
V. 1. CYRU8,
Real Hstate Ag't and No
tary Public, and
GEN'L INSURANCE AG'T
Does a General Agency
Insurance, Agricultual Imple
ments, Doors and Windows.
OUGANS and SEWING MA
CHINES. Give me Call at Dr. Powell's Old
LEBANON, - - - OREGON.
GENTRY & KETIIERFORD
-DEALKRS IN ALL KINDS OF
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
ALSO ON HAND
Fresh and Soda Water.
.r'tihey ere take
greea it ! better t- v'
tion until the drying winds u over i
ZYey Tim- '
fc-s-: I s Sell i ng
M Q N T A
O. Ii. 3IONTAaUE, Lebanon, Or.
This Space is
THE EADING GROGERS QF LINN COUNTY.,
ImfmS L . aii-ni m' I ...... itJi.V
G U E
'tWxxtw rubies a year until he
Is of SI