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fljc Lsbaijos, Express.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1888.
THE ELECTION iS OVER.
' The great question is decided as to
bo Is to be our nexi President ; but
a question of moro importance to us
as American citizens is settled. Tnat
question is, that the policy of this na
tion is to bo one of protection to Amer
ican labor ftud American industries.
Our readers, with a few exceptions,
will be affected but little as to whether
Harrison or Cleveland is to be the
chief magistrate (they are both good
men and each have made a public rec
ord that their friends are proud of),
but the question of protection has been
settled by the ballot, and that will be
the policy of this nation for "years to
come. Other issues will come up in
the future to engage the attention and
action of our . statesmen, law-makers
' and voters, but this question will
hardly be agitated again for years to
comft. Doubtless the internal revenue
taxes on whiskey and tobacco will un
dergo a complete and radical chanee,
if not a total abolition. The next great
Issue ou this line will be, free whiskey
and tobacco or no whiskey at all, and
iu the next four years there will be a
mighty tumbling on - this question.
The Republican party cannot go back
ward or recede from its position on
this question, and what action the
Democrats will take remains yet to be
seen. The prohibition party will col
lide with one party or the other,' and
then form an alliance with the other
But the greatest question, the most
paramount question of all, is, shall
Amcneans rule America? or shall the
foreign .element of our great country
control it destiny? The most humili
ating thing in the campaien through
which we have Just passed, la the fact
that both parties bid high for the for
eign vote. And even worse than that.
both parties criuged and twaddled the
suppliant knee to gain that vote.
What will please and gain the Irish
ana Uerman vote, and how shall we
control this element for our party'
Shall we maintain our American ideas
and institutions, or give ptace to for
eign domination? 8tep by step our
country has been yielding to this in
fluence, one by one we are giving up
our distinct principles and established
customs until we can hardly tell what
the real legacy was that was left by
our fathers. The time has eome for
one of our great parties to grapple iu
earnest with this question, or the ne
cessity will compel the organization of
an American party that will The
Chinese exclusion act must be the pre
lude to a greater safeguard to our
American interests. It is all nonsense
to talk about protection to American
Industries and then allow the paupers
aud scum of .Europe to come over here
and run our machinery of government.
We want protection for American
homes, we want protection for the hei
itage of our fathers,, we want protec
tion for the morals aud religion of our
Gen. Harrison Ib of a noble ancestry
the blood of revolutionary sires
courses in his veins. He is, or ought
to be at leaet, the very ideal type of a
true American citizen. The country
will expect much at his hands, and
although taking no active part in his
election, we confidently expect great
things from him. He is neither want
ing in judgment, foresight or moral
The Republicans have now a work
ing majority in both houses which
places the entire government in the
hands of that party, and whatever
mistakes may be made, the fault will
lie at their door.
It is a foregone conclusion that at
least five more territories will take
their places in the great sisterhood of
elites, aud this will prove a blessing in
Let us all, as good citizens, acquiesce
in the will of the majority and cry, in
the language of the dying soldier, "Our
country still lives."
Washington Territory now ranks
eixtcenth among the coal-producing
states and territories, and yet her coal
has barely been touched". At Cle-elum
alone vast measures of coal exist, and
within two miles of the town moun
tains of iron of the finest quality have
been exposed. The territory has more
of both iron and coal" than Pennsyl
vania has within the same area, and
she nas vastly more territory than the
Keystone state. Alt that is needed in
either Oregon or Washington to pro
duce coal or iron enough for the world
la capitar and enterprise.
Reading through the newspapers, an
observant reader cannot fail to notice
the alarming number of divorces that
are daily being applied for and granted,
statisticians furnish us the fact that
the number of divorce suits is con
stantly increasing, until it has become
almost a by-word that our modern
marriages "begin in courtship and
end in court."
Whatever else may be said of the
campaign Just closed, it has been the
freest of personal abuse of anj' national
campaign ever known in the country".
It has been a fair discussion of the
questions at issue, while "mud sling
ing" has been carefully avoided by
both sides, which is a pleasing im
provement upon the old style of Amer
It is stated that one million laborers
In America who desire work cannot
get it ; and that the fanners of ten
Western States are loaded clown with
$3,500,000,000 of mortgage debts. Is
there a legislative remedy for this sad
condition of affairs?
Sam Small was nominated on the
prohibition, ticket for state senator in
Georgia just tea days before election.
On election day the vote stood: For
Small, 1423; for Democratic candidate,
1950; for Republican candidate, IS39.
The official reports show that out of
about 100,000 office holders more than
98,000 have been changed since Mr.
Cleveland came into power.
"t is said that smugglers rewire 30
'"A.f6r "running the CLincne over
piat.j.ur''' Washington Territory.
The following shows who carried
each State and the number of eWctoral
votes each State ht8. Virginia aud
West Virginia aie still claimed by
both parties, and It will take the of
ficial count to decide it; but giving
them both to Cleveland, ItarrUon will
have a majority of 63.
Total electoral votes. 401; necessary for election
In 1834 the electoral voo atnm-
WHAT CAVSF.S TYPHOID.
The typhoid fever, It has beeu ascer
tained by scientists, is generally caused
by the existence in the water used for
domestic purposes of minute animal
culse, which are visible only by the aid
of the most powerful magnifying glass.
It has been proven that these microbes
are generated by contact with sewage
products, and are taken into the sys
tem through the use of such water,
passing from the digestive system to
the circulating system of the human
body and multiplying in such enor
mous numbers as to change the char
acter of the blood and bring on the
dangerous and contagious diseases
known as typhoid fever, diphtheria.
etc. These are facts accepted generally
by the medical fraternity, and may be
termed scientific in their character.
The life and habits of these microbes
have been studied by eminent prae
titioners, and it has been ascertained
that they can be and are destroyed by
boiling the water containing thera at
the highest temperature, this process
rendering it perfectly inocous and
healthy. In many cities where the
water supply is taken from the rivers
subject to pollution, or from springs of
doubtful character, a great many peo
ple resort to boiling all of the water
used in their households. The trouble
of this is something, of course, and
the water so heated lacks the life and
vigor of fresh spring water, but this
difference is not perceptible or disa
greeable after a little use. The typhoid
poison is effectually removed bv kill
ing the fungus life which sewerage
water has imparted to it.
A Plea to
Pergamas, Nov. 12, 18S8.
"The frhoot or Yankee Ionic rinre dead.
Who sold horn Mints to make their bread.
Have trh'ked o'.d Satan and returned
To tell us sinners are not burned,"
hy not allow a few extinct Indians
of extinct tribes to come along and
give in their testimony in their own
extinct lingo? If those Yankees, after
'Traretm through the heavenly spheres.
Have now come back to break your chair.
To spend some time In footing churls,
In searing women, boys and girl,"
hy not allow the noble extinct red
man to come along and seethe fun?
xow, sir. r. jsi. r., one or our me
diums has been heard to say that you
are an educated man. That being the
case, you know what a row was made
when Galileo said "The world moves."
comment is unnecessary. But just
consider, Mr. F. M. P., the almost in
finite amount of time, labor, study
and research, to say nothing about the
expense incurred by those archeolog-
lcal societies in digging up bones,
stones, bricks, bits of pottery. Ac. Ac,
in those old heathen cities, just to find
out what they did and said. Then
why not allow James Vinson A Co. to
dig up some of those extinct noble red
men and learn from them all about
This new world we love so dear
And what made them to disappear,
For those aforesaid Yankees
"In all the starry worlds have been.
In Venn, Mercury. Haturn, Mars,
The milky way and all the stars.
They've seen your friends, now doing well,
8ince Yaukees have abolished holl."
And of course eome of those noble ex
tinct have been with them. Then whv
allow the heathen Chinee, with his
tail on the wrong end, to freely circu
late amoncst us with imDunifv. and
not allow the noble extinct to even re
visit his ancestral home, when he is so
useful in pointing out the spot where
treasures are hid.
And then, Mr. F. M. P., you write
of the Dr. Whitman affair as though
there never had been such an atrocious
deed. You surely forget the St. Bar
tholomew maeswrc or the doings of
the holy inquisition, compared with
which anything the uncultured red
man has been able to perform sinks
into contemptible insignificance, and
no wonder he hides aud skulks under
Hoping that in your next you will
not entirely obliterate us, we remain,
yours truly, Dampuiso.
Many persons contract severe eclds
during the earl' winter months and
permit them to hang on persistently
all winter, weakening the lungs and
paving the way for catarrh, chronic
bronchitis, or consumption. Xo one
can afford to neglect a cold. A single
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy will cure the most severe cold, and
costs but 50 cents. For sale bv M. A.
The practice of filling the bouse cel
lar with vegetables, fruit, pork barrels
and tioap casks is believed by some ex
cellent authorities-to be the cause of a
1 large per cent, of malarial fevers and
other maladies' which bring sadness
and gloom and death to nearly every
Couch In the morning, hurried or
diillcult breathing, ruMiur phloem.
tightness In the chest, quickened pulse,
chilliness in the evening or sweats at
night, all or any of these tlilugs are
the first states of consumption. Dr.
Acker's English Remedy for Consump
tion wiit cure tnese learrut symptoms,
and Is sold under a positive guarantee
by lkard & Yates.
As I have sold my property and desire
to go elsewhere, I would like for all
those indebted to me to come forward
aud settle, aa I must have my money.
J. O. Roland.
All persons knowing themselves
owing us will please make arrange
ments to settle, as we need the money
in our business. Yours truly,
Andrews & Hackleman.
SHE 18 "GRATEFUL."
'I saved the life of my little girl by
a prompt use of Dr. Acker's English
Remedy for Consumption." Mhk.
Wm. V. Hahriman, New York. Sold
by Beard & Yates.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned will please
settle up accounts and oblige.
Dr. J. 8. Cocbtney.
We will pay 50 rts. per roll for choice
butter. Tuompson A Waters,
For any pain use Oregon Electric
Relief. It will cure you. You will
find it at Miller's drug store, who
keeps a splendid assortment of drugs,
patent medicines aud druggists' sun
dries. All persons knowing themselves In
debted to uie will please call aud set
tle at once, as I need my money.
M. A. Miller.
The largest stock of harness and sad
dles in the valley at Thompson A Over
When you desire a pleasant physic,
try St. Patrick's Pills. For sale by M.
For cholera morbus use Oregon Elec
Much the Newest
Nobbiest and Largest Stock of
In the County
Is Now to be Seen
ON THE COUNTERS
j OF !
tjs When you want to
"dress up," we would W
fbe glad to show you-J.
fi through and make the 15
St. Charles Hotel
Corner Main and Sherman Streets,
block Eul uf Kaiiroad Depot.
H. E. PARRISH, Manager.
Tables Supplied with the Heat the
Sample Rooms and the Rrt Antmumodtiloai fur
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Development Co's Steamship Line
228 SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME
Than by auy other Route.
Flrat Class Thronrh Passenger & Freight
From Portland and all IV.uta In the Willamette
alley to and rrinu baa Franclacu, Cel.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except 8unday:)
Lv. A Mi any. IvO p.m. I I.v. YaqvIma. a. m.
C'OKVAl.L:s.l:4lin. in. I.v. ( OKVALi.ulb :S5a m.
An. VivLiNA b.iu p. ta. j A. ALBANY, ll;lll a. m.
O & o Train romicct at Albany aud CorvalUs.
The above Trains connect at Yaqulna wlia the
Orepuu lievelupoKint Company's Line of
fstcumnbips between Y&quihs and
From H. F. I r'roin
w lilamette V!l-y J Nov 1. a m
Willamette Valiev Nov 12. 4 pin
Willamette Valley j Nuv .'t.lO am
This Coiapany reserves the right to change Sett
ing iaU-i without nottce.
Passengftrs from Portland, and all Willamette
Valley )oinW. can make close connection wlt'i
the Train of the Yaouisa Kottk at Albanv ,h
OorvallM, and If destined to Kan Franoiuro, tl ion let
arrange to arrive at Yaquina tUo evciiinif before
the dale of sailing.
I'ttBHeniiii: asd l-'roltrltr Untor
-ALWAYS THE LOWEST
FOR INFORMATION APPLY TO
V. n. TTASVEM 1 C. t HO;t-K,
;en"l Fr't fc Prjw At't, ! Act' tien'l K. A P. Ac't.
Gw-eon Development Co..) O. I. U. R. R. Co.,
.V MonlRoitiery Ht.. Corvallis.
Sail Fraacisco, Car a. 1 Oregon.
Willamette Riier Line of Steamers,
THE -WM. M. 1IOAG," THE S. BEJiTLY,"
THE "TnaEK SISTERS"
Are In fervid- for both piwenper and frei-ht
traffic between CorvHlli and Portland and inter
mediate points, leaving company's w harf, t'orval
li, and Messrs. 11 uluinn it fo.'s wharf, N. .'00
aud 'JO.! Front street, Portland. Monduvs, WVdnea
dayn und Fridays, making three round lrii each
work u follows.
Leave Oorvalli Monday, Wedtirdav, Fridav,
8 a. in.; leave. Albany y:SQ". m.
Arrive ."Salem. Monday, Wednesday. Fridav, 3
p. m.; leave iSulem, Tue.-day, Thursday, Saturday,
6 a. m.
Arrive Portland, Tuesday, Thtmduy, Faturday.
3:30 p.m. "
Leave rortland, Monday, Wednesday. Fridav,
6 a. m.
Arrive Salem. "Monday, Wednewlav, Friday, 7:15
p. in.; leave Salem. Tuewliiy. Thursday, Saturday,
Ha. m. 1-eave A limn v 1:80 p. in.
Amve f orvallts Ty-T-dHy, Tliurf'dsv and ?r.rnr
dsy s.W p. m,
SAMUEL E. YOUNG
Has moved Into his now
48 by lOO Feet, Two Stories
WHERE CAN BE FOUND
The Largest Stock
Boots and Shoes,
Groceries. Etc-, Etc.,
THIS SIDE OF PORTLAND,
And but few any larger In
Parties wishing to buy goods,
either wholesale or retail,
cannot do better than
buy of him.
His business and building Is a
credit to any city.
SAMUEL E. YOUNG,
First and Broadalbln Streets,
t J. L. Cowan.
J. M. Ralston.
BANK OF LEBANON,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Account Kept S abject to Check.
Exchange Maid on New York, Sam Fran
cisco. Portland and Albany, Orecon.
Collartlon Made on Favorable Term.
TO THE LADIEST
I have Enlarged My fr-'tor and Added
a New and Elt-gaut Htock of
Hats, Bonnets. Flowers, Rib
bons, Etc., Etc.,
Which I am Helling at Priors Never
Ilefore Offered in Lebanou.
Call and Soe These Goods and
MRS. G. W. RICE,
Milliner, Lebanon, Oregon.
OYERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time between Albany and San Franeaco. 35 hour.
. California Exprass Trains Dally.
":00 1 Iav Portland AfrT'e."lO":0 a. m.
i r. M.I Lnavs Allianv Leave :0f. a, m.
":40 a. M. Arrive San Fraclsco lav :3U r. tt.
Local ?at tvngar Trains Daily (sxcspt Sunday)
Portland Arrive! 3:46 p. M.
Albany lave!ll a. h.
Kugeun I.oav j tjW A. M.
r.'.ttir. M.j Iava
2:40 p.m. Anrtvs
Local Passsngsr Trains Dally (oxespt Munday)
i :!. a.m llvav.
8:10 P.M. Leave-
Arrtva i:S0 A. a.
Arrive 1 "A p. m.
Arrive J:4& p. iu.
Arrlve8:10 i u.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEeTiNO CARS FOR
accommodation of Second Class Fna
sengera altuched to Express Trains.
Tha O. A C. R. Ferry maka Connection with
all the regular trains ou tbu East bide lily, froui
foot of F. bit out.
West Side Division.
PORTLAND and CORVALLIS
Mail Train Dally (except Sunday).
7-00 a. m.:
la as p. m.!
Arrivei J5 p. m.
Express Train Dally (except Sunday).
4 -So p. in. I
00 p. in. I
Portland Arrive I 9:00 a. ra.
McMiuville Iave fM a. m.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains ol
Oreson Pacific railroad.
-For full infonriation regarding rates, maps
etc., call on company's agent.
R. KOLHLF.K, E. P. ROTORS,
Mnrrirscr Aft 0, F, 4 Pk. AfCnt.
Bargain List of Real Estate
FOR SALE BY
A., ir. CYRUS Ac CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Lrbanok, Link County, Okkoox.
Ijbftnon hi a thriving town of about
600 InhnbltantH, plrattantly nituatl in
th midst of the most favorable portion
of Linn county and also or the Wil
lamette valley. Itlntho terminus of
the Lebanon branch of the O. tfc C. R.
R., 13 miles from Albany, overlooking
the bnutlful Albany prairie, and con
trols the trade of a lurire svctMn of
country, both prairie and hill lands
being tributary to it, giving u large va
riety of products. Home of the nnent
fruit lands of the valley are near this
pUce; there are alno great facilities for
manufacturing and stock raining.
It is but 4 miles to the famous min
eral springs at Hodaville, and 6 miles
to Waterloo, where there is a magnifi
cent water power and also a mineral
spring. Altogether, this is a most de
sirable locntloa for settlers.
Linn connty is finely situated for
commerce, being crooned by two rail
roads north aud south and one east and
aud the Willamette river on the west.
Look Over This List of Bargains and
Coma and See Us. W Will Treat
1 1,750. No. 88
174 acres, situated 7 miles from Ijeb
anon, 50 acres under cultivation, all
under fence, and plenty living water ;
two-sUry box houtte and good large
barn; 3 acres goml orchard. This is a
good stock farm, having plenty of good
11.600. No. 191.
2 acres 8 mile from Lebanon, 30 to
35 acres in cultivation, 40 acres wMture;
one-story box house, Inrtre barn 60xW)
feet, orchard of ISO bearing fruit trees;
fruit houtte and dryer; pleutv of water;
one mile to school. Term, f 1,000 canh
aud balance to suit purchaser.
T5.000. fo. 135.
334 acres, 4 miles from Ihanon, 115
acre in cultivation, 144 in pasture,
balance bruxh and pasture and some
timber; houe, bnrn aud 2 screw of or
chard; water convenient. Terms, $3,
5u0 catth, balance one year.
$3,500. No. 140.
S-M acres, 9 miles from Lebanon, 80
seres In cultivation, 100 acres under
fence; a good bouse, liaru M feet long,
and other ut houses, 5 acre orchard.
Terms, f 1,600 wh, balance one year.
v2,000. No. 146.
60 acre of level land 3 miles from
Ibanon on road to Koditville, 80 acres
in cultivation, 12 acres iu grans; good
one-tory bouse, small barn aud youug
orchard. Terma each.
CS0. No. 152,
80 acres, 9 miles 8. K. of Ibanon, 49
acres in cultivation, 30 acres pasture,
10 ncrv of timber, alt fenced, well
watered; no building.
f 1.4ni). No. 177.
acres 1 miles from Bodaville, a)
acres Improved, 100 uuder fence; good
box house and double log barn; place
U well watered.
3..r.T0. No. 1S2.
The f?t. Charh-s Hotel and barber
"hop In Ix-haiion. I'av $4o per month
rent. Furniture included. Lot 60x159
M.000. No. 87.
160 ncrr 3 mile from lebanou; mbout
1B0 acren In cultivation, balance in pas
ture; poor houe; bnrn: large orchard;
fins grass land. Terms, iW cssh,
balance to suit purchaser at 10 per cent
f.ooo. No. 194.
8i acres 6 miles from Ibanon, 2T0
aeres lit cultivation, balitnco pature;
god house and two burns; school house
ou the farm; place well watered hy
springs; 2 miles to railroad station;
tl.SOO. No. 195.
it37 acres 8 miles from I-ebiuion; 125
arres beaver dain land. 35 acres In cul
tivation, balance pasture and brush;
box house, baru and small orchard.
tlO.POO. No. 107.
487 acres S miles from Lebanou, 135
acres in actual cultivation, 155 acres
In meadow; 300 acres Iu cran for Das-
ture, 37 acres timber and brush; 50
head of cattle, 10 head of horses, 40
tons of hay, alout 80O bunhels of oats
and other feed and need; farming uten
sils, wagon, hack, etc., all go with
place. Kosy terms.
Emigrants, buy farms near Ixbanon,
because the soil is good, prices low, lo
cation pleasant aud healthful, facilities
for marketing produce unsurpassed,
variety of products uncounted.
From Lebanon, by rail, to Portland,
62 miles; to Albany, 13 miles; to Ya
quina bay, 95 miles.
Kend tttamp for descriptive pamphlet
of Linn county, to
A. R. CYRUS & CO..
nr. w. ii iLMiiTjii-v,
Ji: w iu n it.
oiilnincd, and nil '.lAA'i' X(.Afc-v at
tendwl to for UOItKKAW fKKS. Our omee is
piHw!te llic s. Piileut oil'uv. and we ran ob
lain rnleiit in lea tiiiiotlian tliiixe remoie from
If ls;AV,'V.V. Send MlllEI.. I'KA tt l.i or
I'HftTO of inveiitlmi. We advise a to patent
atdlilv rre of luire and we tnaka AO lUAHOJC
t.V.fc i'ATKXr 11 ,VKi I. KKIK
For clatilnr, adviiv. term and referenc t.
actual i-lionu In your own Mate. t'oiiniT. Cuj or
in d n
Wc invite you to come and look through our Mam
moth Stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
3ufi)ciulto 3ri-tiiB una TI.Miotliy- Seed.
PURE GOODS &
Hides. Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. B. DONACA & Co.
Comer Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County, Or.
OBEG0II4I RAILWAY COMPAIT.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Recelvar.
On and afUrr Jan. 1. 1W, i.nd until ftirthar so
tlrr trains will ma dally (xcrpt ouadajr) as fol-
forxl i MaU.
Lt 11.00 a. ra
Kaj's lAndicf .
ft. far il
M. A reel.
Kaat huir Jucr'.ioo
O. P ITwtcj,
Tru nv il!e,
roturantatbin Ttrkru at twoo.aU pcrodis oa
ai at nation hating- ArnU.
Trains with Tawnvvrt, Freight and Kzprss,
nn KtMtrats frura Frrlfht.
FVe'f ht tr!n tnrm rgrt!an1. Mnndars. WHnss
dari and Thnndaia. Towards Portland, Tues
day, ThurxlaTt and 8aturdara.
fvtnnertkm at Rt" and Fiilrn-t Ian-t'cri
with Stramcr -fltr of lm" for Salem Muodava,
Wrdncptlay and Friday rrtninins; from ialrtn
TitMdnr. Thursday and Paiuriavk, cuiirwtinfr
with Km and HJ Hd pawenter trains. Siram
r t.lty of SaWtn make tramtfrr btwcn kar s
and Vulttuarta Landinf dailr, Fund sys exreptsd.
CUAS. K. S.X)TT. Receiver.
Csnsral OSitt. M. W. Cumsr Plrst and Pine fit's,
E i 1 I . i
Wm. RETIIERFORD, Fbopbiktob,
PKAXJUt m ALL KLXDS OT
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Fresi Mineral and Soda Water.
(Orvaait Eschanffe Hotol.)
lJAo, ..... Oiboox.
It the Liver be
comes torpid, II the
bowels are constipated, or if the stomach
fails to perform its functions properly, usa
Ayer's Pi Us. They axe invaluable.
For some vears I was a victim to Liver
Complaint, in consequence of which I
suffered from General Debility and Indi
gestion. A f.w boxes of Ayer's Pills
restored me to perfect health. W. T.
Brightney, Henderson, W. Va.
For years I have relied more npoa
Ayer's pills than anything else, to
my bowels. These Pills are mild in ao
tion, and do their work thoroughly. I
hare used them, with good eiloct, in
eases of Rheumatism and Dyspepsia.
U. r. Miller, AtUeborough, Ala
Aver'a Pills enred me of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I had suffered
for years. I consider them the best pills
made, and would not be without them.
Morris Gates, Downsville, N. Y.
I was attacked with Bilious Fever,
which was followed by Jaundice, and
was so dangerously ill that my friends
despaired of my recovery. I commenced
taking Ayer's Pills, and soon regained
my customary strength and vigor.
John O. Paltison, Lowell, Nebraska.
Last sprins I suffered greatly from a
troublesome liumor on my side. In spite
of every effort to cure this eruption, it in.
creased until the flesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, at the same time,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains ia
By the advice of a friend I began taking
Ayer's Pills. In n short time I was free
from pain, my food digested properly, tha
sores on my body commenced healing,
and, In less than one month, I was cured.
Samuel D. White, Atlanta, Ga.
1 have long used Ayer's Pills, In my
family, and believe them to be the best
pills made. S. C. Darden, Darden, Miss.
My wife and little girl were taken with
Dysentery a few days ago, and I at once
began giving them small doses of Aver's
Pills, thinking I would call a doctor if the
disease became any worse. In a short'
time the bloody discbarges stopped, all
pai n went away, and health was restored.
Theodore Ealing, Richmond, Va. ft
Prepered hy Ir. J. C.Ajtr ft Co., Lowell, kfass.
Bold by all Dealers in Medlone.
BEARD 8c YATES,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and -:- Medicines
-Paints, Oils and Glass.
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
PERFU WL ERYa
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
At Cost! Still
G. W. SIMPSON,
Having purchased the stock of Clothing, Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Etc., of C. B. Roland
Co. ia now prepared to offer
Better Bargains than Ever !
ii aving a complete assortment of General Merchandise
bounht at a bie discount, which he still Trnrnsf t- coll at
cost, purchasers will do well to
uuying eisewnere, as you can save irom 'Zo to per cent.
The highest market price paid for country produce of all
kinds, either in cash or goods.
The best is
We are also prepared to
any machrne from a butter
Wo keep on hand all staple Implements, suce
rio-wsi 3Iowers, Renpera,
Harrows, CultivatorH, Pulverizer,
1 tnlicss, AVngona Buggies.
And the celebrated Sherwood Steel Harness.
Come and see vis; we will
IS OUR MOTTO.
to the FrontI
call and get his prices before
furnish on short notice
worker to a steam milL
make you happy
G. W. CRUSON,