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The Lebanon Express.
FltlDAY, AUGUST 17, 1SSS.
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE
Mr. Harmon of Selo was in Lcbimcn
George Buhl is back to Lebanon after
eveml weeks' absence.
Mr. J. G. Eaton and family loft for
the mountains yesterday.
Mr. Thos. Kay of Brownsville was
in tiebauon last Monday.
We ure pleased to note that our mar
shal is repairing our town sidewalks.
The oats of John Weiss, of Miller's
Station, averaged 119 1-5 bushels per
Andrews & Haekleman have made
some improvements in their store this
Mrs. E. Mnrphy and Miss Emma
Murphy, of Jefferson, are visiting in
There will be preaching: and Sunday
school at the First Presbyterian church
Charley Miller is again to be seen in
liis old place with his brother at the
'City drug store
Ceo. B. McKinuey, living about six
miles above Lebanon in Waterloo precinct-,
was accidentally killed last Fri
day afternoon in the following man
ner: Ho was engaged in hauling straw
into a shed on liLs farm, r.nd- while at
the shed unloading his teara "became
frightened and started to run. Mr.
McKitincy was standing on the back
part of the load, and in attempting to
get hold of the lines he was thrown off
in front of the wagon, under the
horses' heels, the wagon passing over
his head and shoulders. Dr. Foley
was sent for, hut Mr. McKlnney died
before he arrived. His face and head
were badly mashed. He was about 50
years of age. The funeral took place
at the Lebanon cemetery at 0 o'clock
Saturday evening, almost the entire
community and town attending, there
by attesting their sympathy in this
deep affliction. The deceased was a
member of the T. O. O. F. md of the
M. E. church in good standing. He i
was a man esteemed by his neighbors
for his many sterling qualities, and
was noted fr his sympathy and care
cf his family. Ke was a true man in
ewry sctiss of the won!. He was
busied according to the ritual service
of the M. E. church, llev. Walton
; Skipworth officiating, f.ssistcd by Rev.
TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
Born, Aug. 7, 1SS8, to the wife of A.
Gentry, a son.
Charles Cumin of Albany was in
town on Wednesday.
Miss Sarah Coshow Is visiting rela
tives near Ilarrishurg.
A. E. Muir and wife on Monday de
parted for their home at Foitland.
J. P. Galbraith of Albany paid
Brownsville friends a short visit on
Charles Bishop, of the firm of Bishop
fe McKay, MeMinnville, is visiting his
Laft week Mrs. M. B. Crane depart
ed for Tueoma, V. T., joining her hus-
i band at that place.
J. F Venner, late of Prineville, re
turned to that place, taking with him
a load of green fruits.
T. S. Pillsbury, wife and child on
Saturday left for a week's sojourn at
the Waterloo soda springs.
N. B. Standish and Frank French,
who lately returned from Clear lake,
report a jolly time and line lishing.
Peter Masterson, residing near Priue
ville, on Monday last arrived in
Brownsville via the Santiam route.
Henry Wilhoit, formerly of Browns
ville, at" .present residing ut Prineville,
i visiting friends and relatives of this
Mrs. J. H. Lewis and daughters
t Edith and Ann, of Corvallis. are the
Fi.rr ' i-uests ot .Mr. ami .un. jas. nir-oii oi
J' ' " I l.:.. ..1.
to the mountain have passed through ? I T w" uu" A. W. Standish. who was thrown
iauM.mya.mna. j from ft vf h' reH.d some
. j, ... . . painful bruises, but tV.ituuaUly no se-
V Bloody Altercation In Vlk County, j ,jolIS injuries.
t au a.iereauon toox piace near xsau-i O. P. Coshow, Jr., secretary of the
Many was cm loads of people going jJ- Kirkpatrick. The
A Regal Entertainment.
If there is anything in tho M ay of
Immensity, grandeur and superlative
general excellence In orgunizing the'r
standard tented exhibition, which tho
Sells Brothers have not provided for or
have neglected to procure it has not
been made manifest by a visit. They
have long been in the van in aronie
entertainments, but not satisfied with
merely "running with the hounds,"
they have this year determined to lead
the pack, and have devoted the entire
winter Vacation to vastly augmenting
and adding to the attractive features of
their already formidable show and to
disposing by auction of all worn out,
discarded and no longer serviceable
material and replacing the same with
s pie-span new paraphernalia and with
nover-before-prcscnted po kilt ies. The
Roman Hippodrome, Whb-h forms but
a quota ot tnetr attractions, will revive
El). Exrmtss: I wish to call your
attention to an evil that exlsta in our
county, that is, Sabbath desecration by
hunting. Almost t;vcry Sunday the
woods are made to resound with fire
arms; stock are crippled, shot Hying In
all directions. The writer lias been
compelled to keep In the niWse for fear
of Hying shot, and this Is carried on
by tilen and boys from Lebanon. Now
it Is time to put an end to this. The
writer gives notice that the law will be
enforced against t'ho tlrst found In
these woods with gun on Sunday, man
or boy. They seem to Vhiuk that we
on this side of tho river are a set of
"savages. A word to the wise ought to
bo sufficient. Maktis HtCKMAN.
hi ine memories oi tne visitors me tra-, ask lM thwe indebted
onions ot me run ami gianatoiiai
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As I am thinking -of making a
change 4n my business, 1 respect fa '.ly
to me to come
forward and settle as soon as possible,
and will present thrilling and realistic ! as I want to square up my books,
duplications of the exciting pastimes j T. C. Pkem.eii.
of that fiasco period. Tho fresh fieis;
of many equestrians -equestrians nnd j J. S. Courtney, M. IV, physician and
gymnasts who r.ave won renown at
honic and abroad will be recti in the
circus rings, and numberless new aeis j
Watches and jewelry at Fillsbury's,
that are abounding will be presented. 4 Brownsville. Bed-rock prices
Lebanon this week.
Mrs. Scott Williams started to Cali- !
fornia last Tuesday, where she is going J
to isu ner matter, j ston last Monday whieli will nndoubt- B. W. M. Co., accompanied by his wife
Bishop Gallowav will dedicate Bethel iedlv result in the death cf one of the daughter, viite.l the soda springs
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church, located at Spieer, Sunday, parties. "Win. Davis is this season op- j
August 25, at li A. M. (crating a steam thresher, and boards
Miss McConnell is teaching a writing j his employes, having a cook house on
?odavil!e. I After supper en the day mentioned
three of the crew complained of the
food furnished, and after sonH wor.Ts
Mr. Davis discharged them. Soon
afterward Layton Tindle made the re
mark that the slipper had not been tit
to cat aiv.l that the men did right in
complaining. Davis told him to shut
up and go to work. This greatly ex
asperated Tindle and he eidled Davis a
vile name and told him he would sjo
T un S'J vcttrs c'.
years on a cotton
class in the public school
She will also teach a class at
Dr. G. W. B'iggc-rs, of Blleview,
Idaho, was iu town the first of the
"Week visiting his brother-in-law, Mr.
J. A. Beard.
J. C. Johnson of Seio recently sold
property in and near Seio to a Seatie
gentleman for SOOOO. Mr. vTohnsc i
"will remove to Seattle.
It is said that watermelons contain
vhole,ra. microbes this season. Brir.g
yournclons to this office and have tlie
tnierobes destroyed free of charge.
Mr. F. II. Rnseoe and wife of Albany
came out to Leljanon hist Saturday
liight- Mr. itoscoe returned Monday,
but his wife is still vi-it.ir.tr fiiends
Mr. Wolsov of Chen die fills is bank-Examination
ing a l&ree number of loirs, but will Tindle was sorb
liave to wait until the fall rains before
lie can float them down the Santiam
. Xo Wheeler's mill.
The hearts of the printers wore nir.de
lad last Monday by receiving some
delicious cake from Mrs. M. K. Hesrn
on the occasion of her birthday. M.iv
he live to see many iie-re birthdays. !
The circus is coming, tra la, tra la,
"The clown with his chei-tnuts. tra ;
la. tr.i la;
Tlie great gyas cut:'.
.The cair.el, the whale,
And the ovkhorym hos
Who stands on hi.- tail.
Work was commenced on tbc Oreg.-n
Pacific Monday, a force of grader? i.-e-ainning
work r :-i Mr. Brink's ccutraet
f finishing Nelson Bennett's aban
doned work. Two g.uigs of Chiname'.i
twrgan work Tuvsday.
Mr. J. G. Eaton, living in the north
cru part tf Lebanon, raised this vcar.
on 3J acres of stumpy ground. 14-ibnsh- j
t'ls of wheat, beintr about 44 brehels j
per acre. F;;rmers having large yields j
of grain will confer a favor by report- :
ing them to this office.
Mr. John Vinson and sister arrived
from Eastern Oregon last Saturday on :
a visit to their father, James Vinson,
who was seriously injured some time ;
stro by falling on a stump. The old
gentleman, we are pleased to learn, is
getting along nicely.
Mongolian pheasant? ar-- dving jjreat
damage to crops, especially wheat. A
correspondent at Oakville, writing to
to the Democrat, says if they are al
lowed their freedom for two year-;
"more the farmers will have to abandon
uu ki ..,.,. Nipavins
. , . . . ..... a r.. It T. '
we are giaa 10 note iiihi .'i i. . -.
Spieer has made considerable improve- ;
ment on his warelioue t Spieer.
Messrs. E. B. Crouch and Aliie Xick--rson
completed this week a contract
of putting in one of Hoi man's ire
proved suction cleaners. The house is
now prepared to aecora modate fanners.
. The lawn party , that was to have
been given lust Saturday evening l y
the ladies of the M. K. church was
postponed out of respect to tho death
cf Mr. Geo. B. McKinney. It will be
given on Mrs. C. C. Hacklenian's lawn
to-morrow evening. Refrcshnunts
will consist of ice cream, cake and lem
onade. .Everybody cordially invited.
A compositor in Providence, R. I.,
roposes to do away
which follows the machine.
j at Waterloo m Thursday.
Messrs. Dyson, Bradley and Hnvis
left fr the Calapooia mines on Wed
nesday last. Thev iro well provisioned
Those animals in the zoological d
partment wiiich from V.'ing annually :
exhiltitetl for a numlx-r nf years are no ;
longer attractive have been disj vsed if
at public sale, and have been replaced
by row and rare accessions. Th pair
of gigantic living hippopotami, the
only pair exhibited it: tlie world, out
side of one or two zoological gardens in
Europe, have been retained. The show
will exhibit at Albany, Monday, Aug.
Arridrnt.illy Shot noil Klllr.l.
Horace Hawley, son of lion. J. H.
Hawlev of Polk county, ws nc iden-'
tally shot and killed at McCoy Tues
day. He wa Htandintr on the -die of
! ami prepared lomorougtiiy mspeel me j n porch, lioblin a pun with the mux- :
i mining interests of that Portion. z!e pointing upwards, when tiie gun ':
j HurimT the past week Waters &; slipped froin his h:nds.thehamnier i
! Moreiock have received via the O. By. j striking on the edge of the porch Iloor
T000 buhels of wheat purchased at Co- i and exploding Uuh barrels. Tire
I burg. The lirm are paying Albany charjies entered the groin, leaving a;
1 prices for grain delivered at the depot j terrible hole. He was carried to his
(warehouse, Browasvillc. ; home and died after three hours' in-
I s?i.iS;sP;lvdavat the Browns- j U'M m'rl?-. He 20 years old:
; ville Woolen Mills, which inflated the ! aml 'eaves a wile and one child.
; circulating mediuihrf tbis town to the i -
lKith niffht andtevwo. '"".Vr1""""-.
Cheap machine oil amt pure drugs
at the City drug store. M. A. Mii.i.kh.
Don't you forgot Joe Harlin sets
wagon tires. He has a first-class
shiinkt r; no cutting and welding. All
New comb honey from S. A. Nickcr
son's apiary :it !. T. Cotton's nnd T.
C. 1'eeblcrV, 0 cents jht pound or throe
pounds for 50 cents.
Before y(-n start on a journey go nnd
see M. A. Miller and procure a bottle
of Cham! i i Iain's Colic Cholera and
A fellow came into our store
Who wanttrt tlie earth for a floor.
He usked, '"Can you shoe us?"
Then started to Jew us.
So we shoe'd him fit lit out of the door.
Andrews fc llackliinaii
price for all.
ANOTHER LOT OF POULTRY AND EGGS;
. mm w
W :N ri?
rnnninir on full time.
perially liablo to radilfa
ivheu he pleased. Uav!,s who ; livt !md. r;.
was on his knees working at the ma
! chine, iiiimediately arose to his feet,
; and when passin-jr under the feed table
: of the maebine je
: stick that line, been used as a support
to the table, and struck Tindle over
the head, knocking him insensible.
revealed the fart that
sly injured, and Da
vis, after instructing the men to take
Tindle to I he bouse and go for a'doe-
(i., ;.. ,r.ilo fi.'i .t. ...
which has ap- ! ""3"". '""r. 'V , i . B uu V
r I Reiiedr "a 7 It
Brownsville, is a piece of information ! hoars cf anx:u3
as surprislmr to the stockholders as j J- A. Beard , Druruist.
t. ... i : the trencral public, and as far as cam be ; -
"-- ' fe ascertained, entirely without founda
tion. The management of the inills
are perfectly satistied with the present
location, the business as a financial
success, aim lutitcrniore me in::is navt
not lost a single day tins year on ac
count of ir.sutheiency of water power.
The fact that the owners are almost
daily addinsr new and improved Loms
tor, said neoui:l go and gne himse.f , lrou ,lt (t Uu. f:vU,rv fr le,
up, and kit the crowd, since which ; &n, i,.m retvntlv cleaned and thor-
; Is warrsnted, is becansa it is the best
j Clood Preparation knovrn. It will posi
j tively cur all Blood l)isses, porifies the
I whole system, ar.d tborongbly tiailds np the
: coititution. Uecieciber, we guarantee it.
J. A. Bitird, Drggist.
50 Cases of Eggs
: time nothing has been seen or heard
' ot him.
i I.atkk. Davis went t. Perrylale
! Tuesday and cave himself up.
1. I sel
vod t ill V
.antation in fouth i
Carolina, making warm clothes for tlie :
y.ior slaves and preparing blanket;-,
comforts and other articles for their ;
comfort. In 172 I went to North Car
olina, wtier- I had an t-aM. r time; ;.
s- rved nine years pr p n ing wardroles
for the sweetest babies of the land. :
How hf.ppy I was. working with the '
linen and laces, thinking that my life
"could net be better spent. In 17'. 1
.went to the Emr.'re State and lived on
the broad prairies of Tt xa. There 1
was promoted and served irearly nine
years in workins with siiSks, lawns,
le.ees are! oiIkt fixtures f young la
dies. Now 1 em in the srraud valley
of the Wili:tmvtle, and (hoiich rj?iite
old and h:.ve faithfully s- rv-d three
time.-. e long as many others of my
kind, I am n.tt hiiJ on the shelf in my
old ace, as many eood people are, and
even ministers of the gospel often are.
I am now in the most honorable px;
sition of my life, serving the honorable
'editor cf Thk Exfeis. Cuess what
Will Play AVlre TSe- Are.
We are glad to learn from our corre
spondent that the Brownsville woolen
mill is a fixture where it is. It is a
investment, and the manage
ment are oeservo'iiy popuiar and it
honest work. We have some personal
acquaintance with most of the mem
bers of this firm, anil know them to
be business gentlemen of the very iii.-t
standing. The first notice we saw ot
the reported change waa in the Leba
non correspondence to th'e Oregonian.
and we did not give any credence to
it until after it was published in sev
eral ether papers. We trust that
neither the citizens of Brownsville or
the company will suiter any loss by
thc reported change.
oui:hly put in repair the dam and race,
which labor cost considerable time and j
money, would not seem to indicate the
removal of an industry representing
thousands of dollars "and rc-juirinj j
years of shrewd business application .
and mechanical matiairemein t j.h'.oe :
it where it stan 1- at the preeP.t day
at the head of tlie manufacturing in
tercuts of the raefe const. The rt p .rt '
f removal may have grown fiviu the;
fact that Th ."iv-.-.y, suj i-i-iten.-biit of
ihe B. W. M. Co.. on a recent vWl to
Wati rloo, became favorably impressed
with th.e water power at that
and as a private -ix.-eul:dton pur
the same, but has no intention f i rtrl
ing a mill at that or :my other place.
St io, Aut !.
.1. R. (.ill has sold bis interest in the ;
I livery stable to J. K. Thomas.
The narrow trauuc has givfii Seio the
grand Koby." May joy go with them. ;
Mrs. M. J. lit idff'cfor.d of Albany,
made a short visit wii'n old friends in
Mr. E. Coins has gone tf San Fran-;
ciseo, locking afn-r the interests of the j
: Seio roller mills. i
P. . Smith and family leave to-day ;
'for the mountains. Ein ley's soda is!
; I lie place started fr. Object, health, !
1 tish and deer. I
Teams loaded with railroad, supplies
are p:iMii toward the lrout it the t. :
i P. Work lias eoinnu need in earm.-st. ;
j and we hope it will be tini-hed after ;
.; Mr. S. C. Brown has returned from
atrip cat of the mountains. lie re-j
ports every thing very dry, and returns :
fully convinced that ' Wedfoot'' is the ;
garden spot of the coa.-t. '
Mr. A. J. Shelton, "Xasby" of. Tor-j
dan. is in own and rt pons harvesting
For the above I Avill pay an extra price if deliV'
ered within ten days-
C. B. M O N T'A G U E.
WE WANT THE WORLD
To Know It.
art h-re with a ir-liHt Sttk.
nl in tirJor to
WE WILL ML1:T ANY PRICE
TTlirit can 1 e made. lii iiii relative!
T. C. PEEBLER,
lttalit' of tlie y;oods.
WANT THE EARTH
progressing finely. Oats are turnimr ;
To know that tho rnol- are on ottr 1k-1vos ami open
huvcr?. We ilo not attempt an enumeration of our
good-;, but content ourselves with the state
ment that" wo have the
LOWEST PRICES AND LATEST STYLES
To rje Konii'l in Lebanon.
1 ljnioni, Ijimi Ooiiiity, Oig-om
out tiftv to -ixtv bushels per acre. Mr.
A. T. Powell is threshiug sixty bushels
of o;its per aero.
As young Mr. Uuire nnd mother
were coming from Kox valley tojor-:
dan in a cart, at the srrade the cart j
tipped over and cart, horse tnd p;s
eers rolled down the bill about twetiti
Vi.rds. Mrs. Juii-e and son were bndly
bruised up but not seriously hurt.
I Give u the opportunity to make our vaunting good by over-
looking our vuuntru goous.
ivIAndrews & Haekleman.
I HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF . GROCERIES' & PROVISIONS;.
Which I Offer for Cash at Prices That Cannot Be Beat.
Will Sell Goods at the Following Prices for tlie Next 30 Days FOS CASH:
and ladv are in
"The O i:f--n of llio Sanliam."
This elegant and picturesfjue boat, 5
constructed by Mr. F. J. Hendriekson j
of this piace, was successfully launched I
We are sorry to say that (irandat
(Jains is very poorly. j
Miss Minnie Miller am", sister, of!
Lakeview. are Iu town. i
Considerable property has been !
with "spacing ou ; in the sparkling waters of the .Santiam ; cnangmg nanu nere lateij . ;
... ... . .1 . .. . , , . .. . ,1 llni-.i tn f lio wifo nf Tiv W. Mi-(;p I
t " but c would acconipnsn tins ry i on me iotn mst,, nui.-ii to tuc joy ana ,
t, tmiu. i , I , r , ' ,. . ,! on the l"th inst., a daughter.
ividin" the word tust where it shou pleasure of sonic of the young folks of u , '
iviiuiic j i , n,cre .,rr. a ,r,eat manv people here i
Id happen to end wnen oroinary -ih our town, loo boat is a credit to the noWj bolh ,,linfr and'eamping.
ee-em" spaces are used. He would cv skill and tact of the builder, and is de- ; Mrsi Mons, of Soio, who has been
n do away with tlie hyphen in conne served ly christened "The Queen of the : camping here.'ha.s ntu'rned home. j
cling words so divided. The "reader en ! San than," for nothing that we have j Mi-s. olney Fry, Sr., of Albany, is i
such a : seen on this majestic stream will com- in the city staying with her giaml-t
Lumber! dumber! Jumber!
G. Y. VHi:i:i;i:i, I'roprietors of tlie
LEBANON -:- SAW -:- MILLS
-AM. K1SPS OK-
iScio Flour, Full Roller Process,
Albany Flour, lied Crovrn, per sack
White Beans. 20 lb?,
Best Tabl Kice, 15 J lbs,
Best Eastern Syrup, 5 gal. kesr?,
" " 1 " cans,
" Maple 44 1 " "
New Orleans Molasses,
Golden C Sugar, 14 lb,
Lxtra U Sugar, 16 lbs,
nniTPii 1 nir n
KUULrll cllLlL Uij:iVL
li judge by this paragraph hov,
method would look.
Dr. Felix O'Toole, a well-known cit
izen of Albany, died last Sunday, after j
a lingering illness of several months,
at the advanced age of Dr. O'Toole j
was born in Ireland, but came to;
America in his early manhood. Tic j
was engaged for several years in the
mercantile and fisheries business in j
Michigan, and came to Oregon and lo- j
cated in Albany. lie leaves an estate
worth about ?0,000.
constantly on hand.
I 1 T" T ItM 1 1 traimlatetl Sugar, 12 lbs.
Best Tea, 1 lb can.
SI 00 j Savon Soap, per box,
1 20 ; Old Water Bleaching Soap
1 00; Corn and Gloss Starch, 3 papery
1 00 j Saleratus,4 papers,
2 75 j Soda Crackers, per box, .
05 j Oysters, 2 lb cans, 5 for
1 15 ! Liverpool Salt, 200 lb sacks,.
1 00 i lL "100 lb sacks,
1 00 j " 50 lb sacks,.
1 OOiTomatoepv 10 cans folr.
pare with it, The best of all is, the uaipjntcr, Mrn. .ticna lvirm. i
purchaser, Kov. J. R. Kirkpatrick, I ;b "T' r,J5U" Y ! UHlc Af All Ifinflc Fillflfl flfl Chftrt WatlVfl and Jit PflrtliaMp I
'- ooi in; i i Jin 1V1UU0 llllvu. vu uavll iiwiivvi uuu ut iivujvuayiv
ironi me inouuiums i,isi hith, auiim- ,
tenders the boat to the voung people of i
Lebanon lor a ireo rule on any day ofiaoialdy improved in healtn, judging
the week except Sunday. . Tom their looks.
i , rr jiight haH made wonderful im-
Vfll Out of an Apple Tree. ! nrovomont in tho looks of llis nronertv
On Tuesday last as Mr. W. A. Olea- j tiero in the past few weeks, having j
. i huilt mi ndiiil inn to his house and I'm-!
aitlVI iil VII 1117 1(11111
on Hamilton creek, ten miles troni
-for re- j
ishing it all up in good shape
snonuence to the Democrat.
town, he slipped and fell a distance of
twelve feet, sustaining a dislocation of I snipping Fruit.
Njiip sihouldttr blade and collar bone, lie- ' H. F. Page, the en'o rprising fruit
f Last week The Exprkss mentioned gi(Jes rccejving internal injurifs to such j dealer of Portland, last Saturday
that work had begun on the io ; an oxU.nt that he remained in an un-1 shipped a car load of Bartlett pears
branch. Work had proceeded two (.orjsSt.ious condition until tho arrival of ! Hungarian and Columbia prunes
clavs vvhen on Thursday evening word; Dr. ijirAix,rson, some tliree hours after !to Chicago, from Salem. Ihe fruit
was received from Receiver Scott in- ; the j,ecident. Th doctor succeeded in
forming the citizens of Seio that a part j rt..l1Sritating him and attending to his
t at hist accounts he was
he would not do. Work was iinniedi-S resting easy. Mr. Oleason is Ob years
ately stopped. An indignation meet- j of age and a good citizen,
ins was held and Scott was hung in
CffigV. AVoolcil yi ills at Alliuy.
While workmen were engaged in j The Democrat Fays: -The present
excavating for a foundation for a bridge ! status of woolen mills for Albany may
pier at Oregon City, they uncovered t be put as follows: Mr. Kay will come
seven skeletons and a lot of Indian ! for 51o,0(0 and a perpetual water
relics. The place of excavation was j power. Mr. Crawford, who owns the
Ion the west bank of the Willamette water power, will sell it for about$150,
.opposite Oregon City, on the site of; ooo and wiil not grant any perpetual
. what was once called Linn City,, an j j.j, to tne water power." So long as
TonS ffiLtoeiMr. Kay includes the water power
those of Indians and were in an ex- part of it tuore is evidently no chance
ccllent state of preservation. i uf our getting the nulls. ;
was procured lrom tho" orcliarl of A. I
Clarke. Mr. Pase sent up an expert j
packer who instructed the hands, and ,
Mr. Clarke had the tmsiness so well or- j
gait inert that it was gathered, wrapped ;
in paper, packed and shipped in thei
short period of three days. The new i
evaporator at Mr. Clarke's fruit farm j
is now ready, and with his appliances
he ran now dry ion bushels of prunes
and turn out lot Ml pounds of choice
prunes a day. During the next six
weeks he expects to cure 60,000 pounds
of choice fruit.
live us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
G. W. Wheeler.
BEARD & YATES,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and -:- Medicines
THE ABOYE ARE PRICES ON A FEW LEADING ARTICLES IN: MY. IMMENSE STOCK;.
I Call Special Attention to Scio Flour,-, which I Guarantee to fcVe the Best'-
s;n the State, Only $1 per sack, for Cash..
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR. MONEY REFUNDED;.
lllli:. FttUlT AND ALL KINDS OF COFNTliV PKODUrK
CHANGE FOR GOODS..
TAKEN IN: ZXi-
GIVE ME A CALL.
T. C. PEEBLER.
W. FORTMILLER & CO.,
Mr. G. K. Hardy informs us that the
ixdes have been cut for his telegraph !
j liiie between Lebanon and Albany,
i and they will commence hauling und
! distributing them to-day. Jle says
j the line will be up incide of u week.
Paints, Oils and Glass.-
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main AUtrccf, Libation, Oregon.'
Manufacturers of and IValers in nil Kinds
S (JEXTllY & IiETIIERFOKD
1- U K N I T URE
Import all First-Class Goods!
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
A complete stock of Wall Paper, rKco
. rations and Window Shades.
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-DEAI.EP.S IN At!. KWfDS OF-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
ALSO ON HAND
Fresh Mineral and Soda
(Opposite Exchange Hotel.)
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