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rlQ Lcbaijoi? Express.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1888.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
"Win. H. Watkinds is again in Leba
non. Christmas cornea ou Tuesday this
On Wednesday night was the first
freeze of the season.
Be sure and read Andrews A Haek
leraan's ad. in this issue.
Thompson & Overman, the leading
harness dealers, Albany.
Be sure and attend the mite sociable
at Mrs. Ballard's to-night.
- Over 1000 men are employed on th?J
Oregon Pacific above Mcharas,
Miss Ada Miller returned home last
Monday from a visit to Eugene City.
The leap year dance at Union hall
last Friday evening was well attended.
Mrs. J. M. Ralston is in Eugene City
visiting friends and relatives this week.
We are sorry to learn that Charlie,
the little son of Mr. Jas. Davidson, is
The O. P. Co. will soon begin the
construction of fifty freight cars at
This office returns many thanks to
Mrs. Hindman for an elegant bouquet
sent here last Friday.
Frank Wright will start back to Ne
braska the fore part of next week. We
are sorry to lose Frank.
A large crowd left on the train yes
terday afternoon to attend the ratifica
tion at Albany last night.
Some of the boys are trying to re
organize the brass band at this place.
We hope they will succeed.
Messrs. Geo. W. Keeney and Arch
Richardson, of Albany, spent last Sun
day with friends in Lebanon.
During the month of October 827,769
bushels of wheat were shipped from
Portland to foreign countries.
Re. G. W. Giboney preached at In
dependence last Sabbath, he and Rev.
Murgatroyd exchanging pulpits.
Miss Aliee Butler, of Monmouth, is
visiting in town this week, a guest at
the residence of Mr. C. II. Ralston.
Rumor has it that there will be a
weudinc in town soon. We would in
timate that printers are fond of cake.
Rev. J. R. Kirkpatrick and wife and
Mr. Jonathan Waesom left yesterday
morning to attend 6ynod at Eugene
Miss Frank Gilbert spent Sunday nt
We received a pleasant call from
MissLillle Edwards the first of the
Messrs. Charlie Smith, Geo. Walton,
Robt. Montague and Ira Blodgett be
came one of our number Monday.
Wanted A quantity of barb wire
to put on the academy gate, so "our
girls" will not be so wry late at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Montague, both
formerly students of the academy,
spent Sunday at the academy. Mrs.
Montague will bo at the academy pari
of this week.
A week from next Monday will be
open night at the E. L. S. We have
not learned the question yet, but will
publish it next week. Everyone is
invited to come on opeu night and
help in the debate.
In the academy notes of last week
there was a mistake. We stated that
Miss Zoe Marks started last week, but
she merely paid the academy a call
and joined her name to the list of stu
dents last Monday.
Bachelor hall No. 1 was started last
Saturday in Mr. Trine's house. They
will be at home every evening from 4
to 10, where they will be glad to re
ceive calls from all their old friends.
All invitations to dine will be received
with pleasure, and they told us to "be
sure and tell the girl send in some
pies and cake and wo will do full jus
tice to the same." Student.
Messrs. Tom Peebler and Joe Kelso
went to Portland last Tuesday to the
grand ratification. Mr. Peebler says
it was a grand affair.
Dr. Maston, of Albany, was called
out here yesterday to consult with Dr.
Courtney in reference to the illness of
Mr. Davidson's little boy.
We are glad to note that cur ciiy
lusrshal is having some new sidewalks
built, and now has several teams en
gaged in hauling gTavel on the street.
On Friday, Xov. 9, Mr. Thomas Urn
phrey, one of Linn county's old and
respected pioneers, dk-d at his home in
Albany, aged 78 years and 6 mouths.
Thanksgiving will soon be here.
Don't yon want a new stove to cook
your turkey? Remember the Home
Jewel is the best. Scld by Swan Bros.
Mr. L. H. Cox, of Hastings, rveb., is
stopping at the St. Charles hotel. He
seems to be well pleaded with this por
tion of Oregon, and especially with
acme of the people.
Rev. Clark Braden, the famous lec
turer on the truth of the Bible, who
answered Putnian at this place last
summer, wsb in town yesterday, and
made this office a pleasant call.
Mr. E. E. Montague and wife, of Al
bany, came out last Saturday night to
visit friends and relatives. Mr. Mon
tague returned on Monday morning,
but his wife remained several days.
Mr. Andrew Privett and wife, of Col
fax, W. T., are visiting in Lebanon
and vicinity this week. They are old
residents of this town and county, and
their many friends are glad to see
The crowd that went up in the
mountains last week deer hunting re
turned Tuesday. They killed four
deer and had a good time. Charley
MiUer presented this office with a fine
mess of venison. He is the kind of
twm-i! like to see sco hunting.
i - .. - M.
The Republicans of our town ratifiedXgu
The following is from the Carthage
Tribune, published at Carthage, Jeffer
son county, New York :
"A more pleasing event has not oc
curred this year than the marriage of
Wm. J. Perry and Miss Carrie L. Har
ris, by Rev. J. V. Sburts, at the Pres
byterian church Thursday at 6:30 F. M.
A large number of relatives and friends
had congregated to witness the cere
mony. Miss Fannie Hovt aeted as
bridesmaid, and Clinton Williams as
best man. After the ceremonv the
happy couple were driven to the depot
and took the 7:10 train south ou a short
wedding tour, amid showers of rice
and the congratulations of many
friends who had assembled there. The
bride and groom are very popular
young people, nn-.l are held in nigh es
teem by all. They expect to be absent
about a week. The Tribune gladly
joins with their numerous friends in
extending congratulations and best
The fair bride, Miss Carrie L. Harris,
will lie remembered by her many
friends and acquaintances here, who
will join with the Tribune in extend
ing to the happy couple their congrat
ulations and best wishes. Miss Harris
will be remembered by many readers
of The Express. She was born in
Albany, and most of her life was spent
in that city and in Lebanon, she being
a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J. H. P.
Hope, of this place, and granddaugh
ter of J. YV. Bell, of Spicer.
Original Thanksgiving Proclamation
Gov. Semile of Washington Terri
tory has issued the following Thanks
giving proclamation, which is sonn
what cut of the usual order: "By
authority of the established custom of
thia coutitrv, I hereby designate the
lsst Thursday of November as Thanks
giving day for the year 18-tS. I recom
mend that on that day the people f
Washington Territory do assemble in
their places of worship, in their school
houses and society halls, in their log
gers' camps and miners' cabins, ou
their ships, and by the firesides of the
rich and poor, in the city and couutry,
and there give thanks to Almighty
Grd for His infinite goodness to us and
to all men. If any homeless ones le
set n standing by the wayside on thst
d iy, I trust that tho. e who are m te
fort'inate will care for them, tin t they
m.y see the silver lining to the cloud.
and feel the sunshine of kindness for
a moment, and so r.ot despair of 1 u
man nature. Such I read will return
in blessed form to thoso who cast it
upon the waters."
the election of Harrison and Morton eat it.
last Saturday evening by the firing of
anvils and a bon fire near the depot,
after which the people assembled at
ITnion hall. Mr. T. A. Swan was chosen
chairman of the meeting, and several
citizens were called upon and made
There will be nine Democrats in the
upper house and nine in the lower j
house of the next Legislature. Of the
latter, three, Hons. J. Meyer, R. C.
Miller and J.B. R. Morelock, are from
Linn count v, and Hon. S. Moss of
Lake and W. K. Price of Jackson are
former residents of the county. Hons.
R A Irvine, T. E. Cauthorn and R.
M. Veateh will be the only Democrats
in the upper house from the valley.
Smallpox is prevalent in Portland
and East Portland, new eases being
reported almost daily. Vaccination of
school children has been made com
pulsory in those cities, and it would be
expedient for all other towns through-
A tK,. state to do likewise. We be-
i;.vo if. to the imperative duty of all
who have the care of children to see
ht ihPff are vaccinated. Public
safety as well as the lives of many de
pend upon it
M. A. Miller, the druggist, desires to
inform his patrons that he is agent for
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, the
best and most reliable medicine in use
.niirrii. colds and croup. No one
suffering from a throat or lung trouble
.r, it. without benefit. It will
fvere cold in less time than any
other medicine or treatment ; it is the
only known remedy that will prevent
"I'd give anything," said Miss A
"if I had as small a foot as Miss G.
"Well," said her friend, "you can have
fr.r nnt.hinir. Miss G. s foot is as
l.ni-a n vours. but she wears those
shapely shoes of Andrews & Hackle
mans, and it gives her foot the appear
beiner smaller than it really is.
a f himsv shoe disfigures any foot. Try
Andrews & Hackleman and what
Thursday, the 29th of this month,
having been appointed by the Presi
dent of the United States, and also by
the Governor of Oregon, as a day of
thanksgiving and praise to God for the
blessings of the year, the day will be
observed in Lebanon by a union ser
vice of all the churches, at the Cum
berland Presbyterian church, con
ducted by Rev. Walton Skipworth,
and assisted by Rev. G. W. Giboney
and the pastor. The public generally
(are invited to attend; and then go
home and eat a good dinner but be
ire and invite some one to help you
Dr. R. II. Curl returned from 6clo
G. C. Stauard visited Albany on
Mrs. G. C. Stanard departed for Har
risburg on Tuesday last to visit friends.
Rev.Burchett held services ton good
attendance at the Baptist, church last
Died, at Portland, Nov. 8, 18S8, Clyde,
son of Rebecca and A. K. Thompson,
of Brownsville, aged 21 years.
The auction held on the farm of R.
Bruce on Saturday last was well at
tended, stock and farm Implements
bringing good prices.
E. Betts, for the past summer en
gaged in the logging business on the
Columbia river, on Sunday last re
turned to Brownsville.
Mrs. T. 8. Pillsbury and son, who
for the past two weeks have been vis
iting friends and relatives in Portland
and W. T-, ou Thursday last returned
It is evident that our former towns
man, E. J. Forsythe, is prospering lu
his present location, Joseph, Or., as
late advices report an' addition to bis
family. The addition is a nice little
Rev. Carpus Sperry and wife, who
for some time past have been visiting
relatives and friends in the Atlantic
States, on Friday returned home to
Jay A. Bishop, formerly of Browns
ville, at present carrying on business
In East Portland, has entirely recov
ered from injuries sustained from a
Ou the evening of Saturday lat the
Republicans held a ratification jubilee
on the hill north of town, celebrating
their victory by a continuous discharge
of anvils, the firing being kept up until
Messrs. Dyson and Stand ish, lately
returned from the Blue and Calapooia
mining districts, bring most encourag
ing news from that section. The Eu
gene company have received returns
from a ton of quartz shipped to the re
duction works, the "pay" being far in
advance of their expectations, and
proving beyond doubt of the most
skeptical that there is "wealth in it,"
and only the needed application and
energy is required to develop an im
mense era of mineral-bearing quartz.
At the city hall, on the evening of
Thanksglviug, Nov. 29, there will be
held a basket auction, to which all the
ladies of Brownsville and vicinity are
invited to be in attendance, with bas
kets. The object of the sociable is for
the purpose of raising funds to be ap
propriated to the improvement and
also needed repairs of the burial ground
situated east of town on the property
of W. R. Kirk. As this is a most
worthy object and a matter that shou'd
interest all, it is to be hoped that a
large attendance will be secured.
On the evening of Tuesday, at the
time when evening metges into mid'
night, the residents of the eastern por
tion ot town were mails aware or a
peculiar and decidedly "git-thar-EH
noise, causing the wrary granger to
turn in bed and wonder if the salva
tion army or the "Hal-le-lu-Jah" band,
with accompanying tambourine, drum
and cymbals had invaded the quiet
precincts of Brownsville. One man,
evidently "up" In operatic strains, de
clared that the Emma Abbott troupe
had arrived, but those belter posted on
the indescribable din, with a sly wink.
remarked, "Some one has been mar
Election day passe.! off In a very
quiet and orderly manner, and with
out boisterous demonstrations. Tl e
business man dropped in his vote and
turned away; the betting man was
prosent willing, but unfortunate'y un
able, to back his opinion with "thous
auds;" the man who had a sure thing
gave "points" in a connuentini mai -uer
and never declined "a biu ke;"
the man who foretold endless want,
destitution, lavish exjwjnditure of pub
lic monies, annihilation of all manu
facturing interests, strrvatioa of the
mechanic, and an overwhelming ava
lanche of disasters, should "so and so
be elected," gained an occasional lis
tener, but few sympathizers. At noon
the ladies of the missionary society
served a bountiful dinner at the North
Brownsville city hall, which was well
patronized, as was also the oyster sup
per given on the evening or the same
dav, realizing a handsome sum of
monev for the mission fund.
T. 8. P.
Health generally good.
Our farmers are cut with plows
breaking fern roots and briars.
Hunters meet with poor success, the
number of deer killed this fall being
very small indeed.
There Is some talk of erecting a coni
modlouB hall at this place for dancing
and other pleasant gatherings.
Cardwell Clark, our honored miller,
is erecting quite a commodious dwell
ing opposite his saw mill at thin place.
Andrew and Aleck Den more, of Cal
ifornia, are paying their respects to
Webfoot relatives while on their way
J. W. Jeklns, of Minnesota, having
purchased J. W. Wilson's farm, ha
moved thither, and w all look forward
for an snterprlslng and respected
Messrs. Devaney and Russell were In
our vicinity recently disposing of
charts and making heap chickamon.
Our school is now supplied with one
of their f 15 school charts.
Our school Is progressing finely under
the efficient management of Prof. J.
M. Flougher, with a daily increasing
attendance. Prof. Flougher is a time-
honored gentleman here and gives
The lads and lasses of this burg gave
a party in honor of Grant and Badie
Wells, of Roseburg, at the residence of
Mr. aud Mrs. Jno. O. Boyd. Dancing
was indulged in and a pleasant time
was spent. Democrat.
A Cure for Smallpo.
Dr. Edward Hiue, a Travcrtree cor
respondent of the Liverpool Mercury,
sends the following to that paper:
"No disease is so repulsive as small
pox and none so generally dreaded. I
am willing to risk my reputation as a
public man If the worst esse of small
pox cannot be effectively cured In three
days simply by cream of tartar. 1 his
is a sure, and never-failing remedy:
One ounce of cream of tartar dissolved
in a pint of boiling water, to be drank
when cold at short intervals. It can
be taken at any time and Is a prevent
ative as well as curative. It is known
to have cured in a hundred thousand
cases without a single failure. I have
myself rentored hundreds by this
means. It never leaves a mark or
causes bliudness, and prevents tedious
lingering. It is so effectual that if
properly used woutd dispense with the
unnatural law of vaccination and the
costly staff of vaccinators, for small
pox never appears without a need, and
then ought to be healthful aud purify
ing to the system, and when capable
of being 60 quickly remtvsd, need
never be feared above a ctld or an
overflow of bi"o."
ANSWER TO "SKKPTIC."
In the begintilngOod made one ma's
a'.id one female, aud in Mi.l tchi 11:16
you will find this language: "And did
not he make one? Yet had he not the
residue of the spirit. And wherefore
one; that he might seek a Godly seed:
therefore let none deal treacherously
against the wife of his youth." In the
18th chapter of Leviticus, at the very
beginning of a written law, the law of
marriage is clearly given. In Matthew
xtx:3-10 the Savior gives the law of
marriage. In Ephesians v:31 the eae
Is still more clearly stated. But there
Is "line upon line and precept upon
precept" on this subject in the Bible.
All civilized nations have passed laws
against polygamy, because it is against
the "peace and dignity of the Btate,"
against good morals, peace and happi
ness of the family and the care of chil
dren. Tho licentious and depraved nature
of man, unchecked and unrestrained
by civil and divine law, drags him and
his posterity to degradation and ruin;
hence In all lands not under Christian
Influence women are degraded, and
honorable marriage with one woman
is ignored. Christianity takes woman
by the hand, elevates aud protects her,
and gives her her true and lawful place
side by side with man. Your skepti
cism, free thought and infidelity de
grades woman, by trj-ing to sap the
only foundation of her safety and pro
tection Christianity. J. R. K.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Col. W. K. Nelson, of Brooklyn,
came home one evening, feeling a pe
culiar tightness lu the chest. Before
retiring, he tried to draw a long breath
but found it almost poetaible. He suf
fered four days from pneumonia, and
the doctors gave him up. lr. Acker's
English Remedy for Consumption
saved him and he Is well to-day. Bold
by B ard Yates.
The ix-st harness and low prices nt
Thompson & Overman's, Albany.
X - . - - - - I . . I -J L
HAS SUCH AN IMMENSE TRADE?
Because he has the largest store in the Willum
Because he supplies all of Canada and part of the'
United States with goods, which requires a mam-
moth stock and an endless variety of merchandise.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrwtrd wntklr by C. B MoMira.l
Flour Pt r 50-lb sack, Jl 15; per bar
rel. $4 50.
Bacon Rides, 10c per lb.
Butter Frrh, per 2-tt roll, A0C.
Eirgs Per dozen, 2"c.
Chicken Per dozen. $2 50 to $3.
Ducks rer dozen, common, 4 50 to
f-: lVkin, $0.
Ghm Per down. ffi.
Turkey IN r lb, 11-e wcIrM, Pe.
Hide Per lb, dry, Co; green, 3".
Hieep pelts Accordiug to wool, 15
Deer ekiiiF Summer, 30c; winter, 23c
Oak Posts for Bala:
We have ou hand 1500 of the very
best oak posts, which we will sell as
low as they cau iwssibly be made for.
Andrews & Hacklema.
TAKE IT IN TIME.
"For want of a nail, a shoe was lost;
for waut of a shoe, a horse was lost;
for want of a horse, a rider was lost."
Never neelect small things. Iheflrxt
signs of pneumonia and consumption
can potnttvefy uecnecueo ny lr. Ai'Kcr e
Kntrlish H'meiv ror Consumption.
Sold bv Beard A Yates.
A Rare Chance.
Dr. Clark, of the Van Monciscar
Dispensary, will be in Lebanon on
Saturday, the 17th, and will remain
one week. Those needing the services
of the eminent specialist can be con
sulted at the house of W. H. Reed,
free of charge.
A Common Cold
la often the beginning ot serious aff co
ttons ot the Throat, Bronchial Tubes,
and Longs. Therefore, the importance
ot early and effective treatment cannot
be overestimated. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral may always be relied upon for the
epeedy care ot a Cold or Cough.
Last Jannarr I ttm attacked with
severe Cold, which, by neglect and fre
quent exposures, became worse, finally '
settling on my lungs. A terrible cough
soon followed, accompanied by pains la
the cheat, from which i suffered intense
ly. After trying various remedies, with
out obtaining relief, I commenced taking
A y ex's Cherry Pectoral, and was
t am satisfied that this remedy saved my
life. Jne. Webster, Pawtucket, R. I.
I contracted a severe cold, which
suddenly developed into Pneumonia,
presenting dangerous and obstinate
symptoms. My physician ordered the
use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. His in
structions were followed, and the result
was a rapid and permanent cure.-
II. K. Stiuipson, Rogers Prairie, Tex.
Two years ago I suffered from a severs
Cold, which settled on my Lungs. I con
sulted Tarious physicians, and took the
medicines they prescribed, but received
only temporary relief. A friend Induced
me to try Acer's Cherry Pectoral. After
taking two bottles ot this medicine I was
cured. Since then I have given the Pec
toral to my children, and consider It
The Best Remedy
for Colds. Coughs, and all Throat and
Lung diseases, ever used in my family.
Robert Vanderpool, Meadville, Pa.
Some time ago I took a slight Cold,
which, being neglected, grew worse, and
settled on my Lungs. I had a hacking
cough, and was very weak. Those who
knew me best considered my life to be
in great danger. I continued to suffer
until I commenced using Ayer's Cberr-
Pectoral. Less than one bottle of this
valuable medicine cured me, and I
feel that I owe the preservation of my
life to lu curative powers. Mrs. Ana
Lockwood, Akron, 'ew York.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral U considered,
here, the one great remedy for all diseases
of the throat and lungs, and is mora
In demand than anv other medicine of its
class. J. F. Roberts, Magnolia, Ark. ft
7 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Usaa.
Hold br ail InjggTU- Price tl; sU boulaa,S&.
Because he buys and ships more Dried Fruity
Chickens, Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Dry and Green'
Hides, Sheep Pelts, Deer Skins, Furs, Lard and But-'
ter than anv other merchant on this coast.
IT O XJ H, T H .
Because everybody is treated risrht at Montague's''
and gets gold value for every dollar invested at his-store.
BUT IV OT LEAST,
HERE TO STAY:
U J. Peebler.
George I3ulil, -
PEEBLER & BUHL,
Dr. J. S. Courtney has just received
a supply of fresh vaccine virus.
We are informed that Mr. V. Q.
Adams, of Halsey, has entered into an
arrangement with Mr. Klepper and
son and D. Ambler, whereby Mr. Ad
ams will move his machinery from
Halsey to Lebanon and start a sash,
door and furniture factory and planing
mill, and perhaps m the near future
will put up an affricultural implement
factors', we welcome air. Aaams ana
wish the company success in their un
All through the Northwest have
been reports of typhoid fever, but the
Big Bend country, V. T seems to
have been afflicted the most. In Wal
tcrvillc and ifci immediate vicinity
alone twenty deaths have taken place
in the last month, and every day one
or two fresh victims are added to the
list. It seems impossible to prevent
the spread of this epidemic, and its
origin and cause are uuknown.
Last week Wm. II. Watkinds re
turned to Portland from a trip to the
coal mines on the Santiam, uear Sweet
Home, of which Mr. Watkinds owns
a one-fourth interest. An analysis of
the coal made in Portland shows it to
be of superior quality. There is no
doubt that there is plenty ot coal of
the best grade in that neighborhood,
and the mines will be very valuable
Harness and saddles at Thompson &
The West Shore."
This magazine makes a specially of
giving just such information about the
great Pacific Northwest aa those who
are interested in that region desire to
have. It contains artistic engravings
and maintains a high standard of lit
erary excellence. With each number
is sent an art supplement, in colors or
tints, about 18x24 inches in size, the
subject being some feature of the grand
scenery which enchants all tourists
through the Northwest. Subscription
price, f2 50 per year; sample copy, 25
cents. Address L. Samuel, Portland.
First a cold, then a cough, then con
sumption, then death. "I took Dr.
Acker s Engl ish Remedy for Consump
tion the moment I began to cough,
and I believe it saved my life." W.tv
ter N. Wallace, Washington. Hold
by Board & Yates.
J. S. Courtney, M. D., physician aud
For sale, one thoroughbred and two
graded Short Horn last spring calves.
Apply to R. H. Cochran, Brownsville.
Parties wishing lumber will do well
to give us a call. We have on hand
over 1500 feet of fencing lumber.
Cosnow k Cable,
The immense sale of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been produced, to
a great extent, by people who have
been cured by it telling their friends
and neighbors of its good qualities and
rging them to try it. the most se
vere cold will soon yield to its soothing
ellects. ror sale by M. A. Aliller.
M. J. Monteith, formerly of the firm
of Churchill & Monteith of this place,
has opened a bargain house in Albany,
where he has gathered together a splen
did assortment or staple and fancy dry
goods, groceries, boots, shoes, hats.
clothing, and crockery, which he is
selling at cost. 'He will be pleased to
meet his former customers in hb new
Whenever you want a fine line
of Pure Goods; whenever you want
to be sure of good weight and the
very best values, then
DROP IN ON ANDREWS & HACKLEMAN.
We don't profess to know every
thing, but what we don't know
about goods in our line of trade is
not worth knowing, and would not
take a minute to tell. We are
WISE AS A JUDGE
Iolmiioii, Linn Ooniitj', Oregon,
Have Added a Select Stock of Boots and Shoes
HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,1,
Which We Offer for Cash at Prices That Cannot Be Beat.
Will Sell Goods at the Foloiing Prices for the Next 30 Days FOR CASH:.
Albany Flour, Red Crown, per sack
White" Keans, 20 lbs,
Best Table Rice, 15 lbs,
Rest Eastern Svrup, 5 gal. kegs,
" 1 " cans,
" Maple " 1 " "
New Orleans Molasses,
Savon Soap, per box,
Cold Water Bleaching Soap,
1 20l Corn and Gloss Starch, 3 papers, .
1 00 1 Saleratus, 4 papers, .
1 00 j Soda Crackers, per box,
2 75 i Oysters, 2 lb cans, 5 for
Co j Liverpool bait, 200 lb sacks, .
100 lb sacks,
50 lb sacks, .
Tomatoes, 10 cans for
15! Best Tea, 1 lb can,
THE ABOYE ARE PRICES ON A FEW LEADING ARTICLES IN;0DR IMMENSE STOCK.,
Call Special Attention to Scio Flour, which we Guarantee to be the Best
in the State.
SATISFATI0N GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED;.
TAKEN IN EX-
GIVE US A CALL. PEEBLER & BUHL.
HIDES, FRUIT AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
CHANGE FOR GOODS.
On all that pertains to the articles we sell, and wo are able
to guarantee that what you buy will be all right, because we
knowr that what we buy is all right. e buy no poor goods,
and as a consequence,
WE HAYE HO POOR GOODS TO SELL.
We keep the best of everrthing and everything of the
best. Our growing patronage warrants the belief that peo
ple appreciate good goods and will trade where they can get
YOU WILL REMEMBER
That when you want a pure and genuine article, Andrews &
Hackleman's is the place, and they do business at the. Brick
Store, next to Bank of Lebanon.
Drusrs and School Books
Maufacturen of and Dealer ta 3 Xl&te
Import all First-Class Goofc
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
A complete stock of Wall Pper, Dec-"
ratioaaand Window Shades.
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T rAVvC . ti fitful. TWTl. .
Wlady Co lie, TeetMny Pains, or
StomacH Disorders, can h rvlterod;
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
H. contains no Opium or Hnrphino.
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