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Shz Lcbaqoij Express.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1S8S.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
IjRst day of Autumn.
There was a dance at Union hall last
- Mr. Chaa- Hall is again to bo seen
on. our streets.
Oh, the poor turkeys that were mur
Mr. Ed Kcllenbergcr was to be seen
on our streets this week.
M. A. Miller's- display of holiday
goods will take your eye.
Mr. Joe Combs, one of Lebanon's
old-time boys, Mas in town a few days
'.- Local papers do more to build up
communities than any other agency.
Do not forget this fact.
Only one more month of lcr.p year.
The fair sex should take note of this
fact and net accordingly...
"Is marriage a failure?" Well, since
our best girl married the other fellow,
we should remark that it was. Ex.
Mr. Wm. Spicer, an old resident of
this county, but now living at East
YnH41nMj4 ..-.it- 4 ii y nil. ktnuifj -
, ahcre in the last few
Crawfokdsvilms, Nov. 0.
Mrs. Jennie Derrick took a trip to
Tangent and Portland last week, visit
ing her brother and nephew.
E. N. McCaw returned home last
Friday from V. T., where he has beeu
visiting relatives for some time.
J. B. Cox returned home yesterday
from Mill City, where he has been at
work in the logging camp for the past
J. W. Gay, wife and daughter re
turned home last Wednesday from
Eugene, where theyh.we been visiting
friends and relatives for the past two
. Smallpox is the all-absorbing topie
just now. The people are very much
excited over it. I think there is no
danger of it spreading here, as no one
around here has been exposed.
R. V. Breecc passed through here
last week on his way east of the moun
tains. He went over during the sum
mer and selected a place to locate and
came baek here to sell out what he
Don't move in with your wife's peo
ple for the winter, but buy yourself a
new stove. They are, down to bed-rock
ot Swan Bros.
H. L. Kelso, recently of Iowa, has
purchased the farm of John Marshal,
of Seio, paying for the same $3000. It
contained 220 acres.
Born To the wite of Mr. Frank
Moist, Nov. 19, a girl. To the wife of
Mr. J. T. Ames, of Sweet Home, Nov.
2S, a boy; weight, 11 pounds.
Every young man who expects to
tnarry in this community and do well,
,. will find it to his advantage to buy one
of those nice albums of Miller, the
Mr. W. E. Yates has sold his inter
t in the drug business to Mr. J. A.
'geard. Mr. Beard will continue to
- taix drugs for the people at the old
eland, while Mr. Yates is undecided ss
to what he will now do.
J. R. Borum has opened a barber
shop opposite the postoffice, where he
may be found at any time ready for
business. Give him a call. If you
have any razors to hone, bring, them
In and have a good edge pat on them.
"'T5s rhubarb pie in early sjiriaff.
Ami sopsebcrry in June;
And Christinas time it's rich mine p:e.
Morn in::, aigfct aad toon.
But the royal r-ie Thanksgiving
Is pumpkin, polden yellow.
Ah! that's the kfrid for me, if cot
For acylothcr frllow :
At its last meeting the city council
passed two new ordinances. One for
bids riding on the cars while switch
ing without permission; the other is
in relation to the public health and
provides f -r taking precautions agair.fit
The church sociable given at Rw.
f J. W. Giboney's last Friday night was
well attended, and all present seemed
IU V1IJ X W. t , l.iJirit, ii
pent in sial conversation and plays,
after which the ladies served an ele
gant lunch, which waa enjoyed by all.
The proceeds of the evening amounted
to $12 10.
Thanksgiving services were held at
the C. P. church at 11 o'clock yester
day, conducted by Rev. Walton Skip
worth, assisted by Rev. G. W. GIboney.
A very interesting and appropriate
sermon was delivered by Rev. Skip
worth. The church was handsomely
decorated with flowers, fruits, veget
ables, grain and evergreens.
Superintendent McElroy ha3 called
tie -annual institute-for the Second
Judicial district to meet in Corvallis
Several of the young folks gathered
at the "Oregon House" last Friday
night, after which they went to the
residence of Mr. Hull, where they had
a very enjoyable time for two hours or
Several families have passed throuch
days from across
the mountains. They report seventy
miles of snow two feet deep on the
mountains, which made it rough trav
eling. Glass Bros, have rented their sash
and door factory for one year to J. C.
Cox of Eugene. Mr. Cox will take
charge of the business the 1st of De
cember. Success to him in his new
Rev. Ellworthy of the M. E. church
preached an eloquent sermon to a large
audience yesterday. After the sermon
three new members were received into
full connection with the church.
A. A. Hull is improving his place
considerably in the wav of outbuild-
ngs. He has his cheese factory build-
ng nlxut completed. Mr. Hull is a
first-class citizen and is doing all he
can to build up the place. We hope
he will succeed iu his present under
N. ni. Robsnttto and
re said to be the champion loggers of
this country. On last Friday they
put 100,000 feet of logs into Davis Bros.'
mill pond. They commenced work at
6 o'clock in the morning and quit at 7
P. M. They used only one team, and
hauled a part of the logs lietweon a
quarter and one-half of a mile. If any
one can beat this, let us hear from him.
Open Srssion of the E. I.. S.
The monthly open session of the
Elite Literary Society of Santiaru
Academy was held last Monday even
ing, and the academy chapel was well
filled with the members of the society
.aid visitors. Some excellent music
was famished by the orchestra, and
Prof. Millard favored them with a solo.
Misses Aila Miller and TieuTja Kirkpat
r"ck delivered interesting recitations in
a very creditable manner. The qv.es
nn for debate wa-s, ' Resolved, that
the slanderer isamoro pernicious char
acter than the fl xtterer," and the aigu-m:-nts
were ably preicnted by both
3a!e. After a thorough discussion the
j idgcs, Rev. G. W. Giboney and Dr.
Courtney, decided in favor of the af
firmative. The Literary Star, a paptr
published monthly by the society. v; s
e lited and read by Miss Maude Bal
l ird, and was very goal. Our foreman,
who has had more experience in the the projecting
paper business than we,says it could net
bi beaten by anyone. Altogether, it was
a very interesting evening's entertain
ment. The society is doing good work,
and is a source of great improvement
to the members.
The leading edu
cators of Lij?n, Marion and Polk coun
ties are expected to be present and co
operate with those residing inlheju-
f tb Kocnriri district in
making the institute a success.
Prof. H. V. Millard, of Eugene, was
In Lebanon several days this week
for the purpose of engaging a class in
singing. A meeting was held at the
CP. church Tuesday night and twenty
fonr persons agreed to join the class.
The first lesson will be given next
Friday evening. Prof. Millard is an
xnerienced teacher and will no doubt
-jnve entire satisfaction.
An entertainment will be given by
the First Presbyterian church at the
residence of Mr. C. B. Montagus next
Thursday evening. An entertaining
programme will be rrranged for the
occasion, consisting of tableaux, reci
tations, music, etc, after which a lunch
nl enpp Vnr thf Innfli no one i
will Kn: " - . . - . - - -
will bo expected to pay less than 2-")
cents nor more than ?1, but the enter
tainment will be free. All arc invited.
'I'd give anything," said Miss A.,
-' "if I had as small a foot as Miss G."
"Well," said her friend, "you can have
it for nothing. Miss G.'s foot is as
large as yours, but she wears those
ahanelv shoes of Andrews & Hackle-
man's, and it gives her foot the appear
ance of being smaller than it really is.
Walter Miller, son of Mr. F. M.
Miller, met with a very paiuful acci
dent last Saturday evening. Some
small boys had procured some powder
and were going out of town to touch it
off. When near the railroad one of
them threw some powder into the fire
which they were carrying, and when
".t exploded a spark flew into ihe can
of powder in Walter's hands, causing
it to explode. He was badly burned in
the face; it was at first thought that he
would entirely lose his eyesight, but
Dr. Courtney, who i3 attending him,
nays he will not.
Mrs. Luther White is extremely ill,
having suffered a stroke of paralysis.
Married, at Albany, Saturday, Nov.
17, F. Anderson and Mrs. N. Bunch,
both of Brownsville. .
Miss Hattle Long has sufficiently re
covered from her late illness to resume
her position as teacher In the North
Miss Ella Rlggs, who for the past
week was slowly recovering from her
illness, has had a relapse, and at last,
accounts was seriously ill. -
The South Brownsville Literary So
ciety has permanently reorganized,
and will again meet weekly at the hall
In N. B. Standish's building. Mem
bers will please be ou hand every Fri
Rev. Medbury, pastor of the Baptist
church of Salem, who arrived in
Brownsville on Saturday, delivered a
sermon on the evening of that day,
and also held services at the Baptist
church on the following Sunday.
Since the last issue of The Leiianon
ExruKss, as stated in that edition,
there has been but one case of small
pox in the vicinity of Brownsville, and
no cases in town, at that or the present
time. The work of vaccination has
gone steadily on, and all precautions
have been used to insure safety from
the disease should a case occur. All
those desiring to be vaccinated can
procure fresh vaccine virus points by
applying at the office of Drs. Starr
Died, Nov. 21, 1SS8, at his residence
nine miles east of Brownsville, A. K.
Thompson, aged 50 years, 10 months
aud 15 days. The deceased was born
at Racine, Wis., June 8, 1838. For the
past twenty years he resided In Browns
ville, being at one time interested in
the sash and door factory, latterly de
voting his time to the improvement of
farm property. A week previous to
his final illness he was summoned to
Portland to attend his eldest son,
Clyde, at the bedside of whom he con
tracted smallpox, the disease making
its appearance shortly after his return
home. Mr. Thompson was a member
of lodge No. 36, A. F. and A. M ., aud
was well known and highly le-peeUd
by the' entire community iu which he
reside. To the bereaved wife and
mother the loss is doubly heartrend
ing, having in the last five weeks lost
both son and husband by the dreaded
A shocking accident resulting in In
stant death occurred in South Browns
ville on the afternoon of Wednesday,
Nov. 21. Phillip Walker, who during
the day had been hunting, ou his way
home entered the billiard saloon, seat
ing himself ill one of the seats placed
upon a ra:sod platform which extend
ed around the outer tides of the room,
holding his gun immediately in front
of him with the butt rcstinsr upon the
door below, a distance of some ten or
twelve inches. In a few moments a
loud report startled the inmates of the
room, and the unfortunate young man
was seen to fall forward upon the floor.
Upon examination it was found that
one barrel of the pun was discharged.
the entire load of shot entering the
left side of the face, cutting away a
part of the jaw aud ear, passing up
.vr.rd and lodging iu the brain, jus
tice Howe, who was notified, immedi
ate! v impamieled a jur-, who returned
the following verdict: "We find the
deceased came to his death from acc'
dental discharge of shotgun while in
his own hands. The general supposi
tion is that the deceased, In attempt
ing to raise the gun from the floor,
caught the hammer of one barrel upon
floor of the platform
on which he sat, drawing the hammer
back and discharging the gun. At the
conclusion of the coroner's Jury the
body was incased in a neat colli n and
c uiveyed to the 'Wilson hotel, from
which place the funeral took place on
the following day. The deceased was
22 years of age, a soier, industrious
man, respected by all who knew nim.
T. S. P.
The vote of Oregon has increased
1200 during the past year.
The Salem postmaster was appointed
by President Arthur and his term ex
pires Dec. 4. President Cleveland has
the appointment of Ids successor.
The new town of Lj onsville, on the
O. P. railroad, is booming, and will be
one of the principal townt on the road
between Albany and the summit.
Rapid progress is beiug made in the
construction of the new woolen mill
at Roseburg. The machinery is on the
way from Scotland, and the building
will be ready for it by the timo it ar
rives. There arc in course ot construction
at Portland a hotel to cost f. 500, 000; an
Industrial fair building, fl50,000; a
new synagogue, $75,000; Presbyterian
church, ?130,000, and an M. E. church,
A Michigan syndicate is gobbling up
whole townships down In Josephine
county at the rate of ?2 CO per acre.
Laud for home-seekers will soon be
rated among the high-priced articles
From the number of creameries Jtint
now being erected all over the State, it
would seem that the shipment of but
ter from the East must Boon cease.
The establishment of some henneries
would likewise be for the best.
, Great numbers of Easterners who
have been financially wrecked by bliz
zards or grasshoppers turn to Oregon
as the Eldorado of prosperity. As the
election is now over thousands will
follow the star of empire and come to
the land where rolls the Oregon.
James F. Levcns shot aud Instantly
killed his son, Thus. Levens, at Elk
ton, Douglas county, Wedneeday of
last week. The difficulty was over
some turkeys which they both claimed.
The son weut to get them and was
threatened by the father, who drew a
shotgun, but the gun snapped. The
father theu loaded a pistol, and as his
son passed, fired, the ball taking effect
near the heart. Thomas leaves a wife
and three children.
Mont Van Vrankln, of Junction, a
brakeman on a freight train, ws badly
if not fatally injured last Friday morn
ing at Jefferson, by being knocked off
a freight car by the Snntiani bridge.
At the time of the accident he was
climbing up the ladder of a box car
while the train was running, wheu he
came in contact with the bridge, nn,l J Ulieve it saved my life." Wau
w Inch knocked him off. He fell upon I tkk N. Wallao; Washington. Sold
the timbers of the bridge, breaking his ! l,y Beard A Yates.
right leg above the knee and tutting j M j Moni-ith, formerlr of the firm
h-8 ,uad Ycy bM1y,' of Churchill & Muntt ith of this place,
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FOREWARNING8. (la? r;ri u n oiiig.iiii iihuk hi ;vlu.hi; t
' Nov. 28, 1SSS.
Our town people are wide awake 1 1
present and have been for a few daj-B.
As soon as one enterprise is suspended
for n time another makes its nptear
ance. The question of a winter soho 1
has Ix'en agitating the minds of quite
a number. The school Is now progress-
In on its winter term with theadd"-
tion of several largo pupils. This
question had leeii settled for a short
time only when the officers and
teachers of our Sunday school met at
the residence of Rev. T. A. Yost to
consider the advisability of having a
Christmas tree, which resulted favo:-ablj-.
The necessary committees were
appointed to carry on the work. 4
Rev. Tunison liegan a protracted
meeting at this place on last Sunday.
The meetings have not been largely
attended since Sunday on account of
nearly all the people attending a series
of lectures on physiology, physiogno
my, etc., which are !eing delivered in
Hamilton's hall by Dr. Gilbert of
Salem. The organization of a spelling
school is talked of as soon as the meet
lug closes and the lecturer leaves us.
A party is to be given at Rowell's
hall on Thanksgiving eve; also a large
number of our young people wish to
attend an exhibition which is to be
given by the teacher and pupils In the
Shea district. There are so many
places to go at present to lie enlight
ened on various topics that it is diffi
cult for one to decide in his own mind
just where to go to spend the evening,
though most all are attending Dr. Gil
bert's lectures, because there we get
fun, wit and wisdom.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Col. W. K. Nelson, of Brooklyn,
came home one evening, feeling a pe
culiar tightness In the chest. Before
retiring, he trh-d to draw a long breath
but found it almost possible. He suf
fered four days from pneumonia, and
the dix tors gave him up. Dr. Acker's
English Remedy for Consumption
saved him and he is well to-day. Sold
bv lit ard fc Yates.
Oak t'OKta for Snlc.
We have on hand 1"AX) of the very
best oak posts, which wev.iil sell f.s
1 !W as they can ptssil ly be made for.
AMiREWS A Hacklkmas.
Flmt a cold, then a cough, then con
sumption, then death. "I twill Dr.
A-ker's Kni'iish Remedy for Cni:!iiiv
ll -n the moment I began to cough,
TERRIBLE FOREWARNING8. nas c:ei!i U a oargain
Cough in the morning, hurrud or j where he ha gathered together a sphn
difiieult breathing, raising phlegm, ' ai:l assort mt nt of staple and fancy ury
tightness in the chest, quickened pube, , croceries. Wts, sh-.es. hat-,
clnlhness in the eveu. ng or sweats at al,d enn kerv. which he is
night, all or any r the, Ihtugs are ; .Ui t Mlltt Hl. wm , .,,iww t
l.,,e. tlVftr.tnF!? ,,f co,1.suL,,l lr. , , hi!4 former customers in his new
Acker's English Remedy for Consump- ;
turn trill cure these fearful symptom,
and Is sold under a pogiticc guarantee i
oy Jseara r i atos.
AH persons knowing themselves
owing us will pleas? make arrange
ments to settle, as we need the money
ill our business. Yours truly,
SHE IS "GRATEFUL.1
'I saved the life of my little girl by
a prompt use of Dr. Acker's English
llemedy fr Consumption." Mhs.
Wm. VI HAhlilMAN, New York. Hold
by Beard Jc Yates.
Dr. J. S. Courtney has just received
a supply, of fresh vaccine virus.
The best harness and low prices at
Thompson & Overman's. Albany.
J. S. Courtney, M. D., physician and
l --St '--.
Luj Lj Lini.il- .
HAS SUCH AN
1 X X 3 rXr.
Because he has the largest store m the Willam
Because he supplies all of Canada and part of the
United States with goods, which requires a mam
moth stock ajid an endless variety of merchandise
rJ7 III X5. I
Because he buys and ships more Dried Fruit,
Chickens, Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Dry and Green
Hides, Sheep Felts, Deer Skins, Furs, Lard and But
ter than anv other merchant on this coast.
i-O XT K,rJMX
Because everybody is treated right at Montague's
and sj-ets 4 old value "for everv dollar invested at his
x-vsrr, xtJ ot least;
MONTAGUE IS HERE TO STAY.
St. Charles Hotel
t tw-r.or MsV.j r.r. 1 Phonnitn Si !., Tuo
lituoic I last ef Rr.ii.-vaa
H. E. PAR RISH, Manager.
The immense Bale of Chamberlain's .
Cough Remedy has been produced, to j
a creat extent, by ieople who have!
Tables Fupi.liod with the
lun oiinul litr It tttllitfT tlifir friind4 . Fiml. Small ir. l tl.r P-t rr-omraodaHn for
.m.f 11 .i .till inr-u rT tta iribul n 11 I ; I ( i 1 find i v v i. - .
nrjrmjr them to try it. lne nnvt se-;
vere cold will wrmVleld to it nothing
cfTectc. For pale by M. A. Miller. j
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CiENKIlAL STAGK OFFICE.
A mite sociable will be held at the
academy to-night, Nov. 30th, to which
everybody in invited. The following
programme will be rendered, after
which a lunch will be served:
Recitation Miss Katon.
Instrumental st.lo Mrs. F.M.Miller.
Recitation Miss Maude Ballard.
Recitation Miss McCalley.
Iiecit:ition Miss Ralston.
"Not u Lebanon Cttrl.
Below is a true picture of an Albany
girl w ho has proposed to several young i
men during this leap year, and having
!een rejected in each instance, begins
Each purchaser of one dollars' worth
of goods at my store from the 1st of
December till the eve of the 24th w ill
be given a ticket free for a chance to
draw a fine plush toilet set worth $20.
When a person makes a purchase they
will be given a card numbered; their
name anil namlier will be put down in
a book. On the eve of the 24th the
numbers to be placed in a box, fdtook
up, and some young lauy, nnntiioiuea,
to draw a ticket from the lot, and the
party holding the ticket w ith number
eorr-fj)onding with the one drawn wwl
be allotted the prize. Now is your op
portunity to get something nice for
noth'.ng. (Jive me a call.
M. A. Miller,
to show the effect of it, and it is nait
A clumsy shoe disfigures any foot. Try 1 8jje contemplate throwing herself Into
imiivwii & TTackleman and see what
change they can make in your foot."
Miss Frank Gilbert cpent.Sunday
aud Monday at the academy this week.
We think some f the stutfents are
in a hurry for Thanksgiving, judging
from the raid they made on bachelor
hall No. 1 one day this week.
Last Monday evening was public
meeting of the E. L. S. of S. A. The
attendance was good. The usual order
of business was varied with sonic sc-
lections -by the orchestra. Prof. Mill
ard also favored us with a vocal solo
entitled -'When the Flowing Tide
Comes In." Good points were brought
out on botfi sides of the question de
bated, but the judges decided in favor
of the affirmative. The Literary Star
was edited and read by Miss Maude
Ballard, and was truly -worthy ot
praise. Miss Lizzie Reid will edit the
jiext Star, aud we know it will l good.
-t all members of the society who
re not attending school write for the
tar. The fourth meeting in every
"Ub is public, and we hope to have
0 attendance at each. B r-
M t i " n
Reports having been circulated to
the effect that smallpox exists in
Brownsville and viciuity, "we, the
undersigned memlicra of the town
council, do certify that there has not
been, nor does there exist at the pres-
lent time, in urownsvino or vicinity, a
ease of tmiallpox. (Signed),
J. II. Watkhh,
. City Recorder,
- F. M. Jack,
President of the Council.
Whenever you want a line line
of Pure Goods; whenever you want
to be sure of good weight and the
very best values, then
DROP IN ON ANDREWS & HAGKLEHAN.
We don't profess to know ever y-
thin but what we don't know
about roods m our line 01 iraue ib
not worth knowing, and would not
take a minute to tell. We are
WISE AS A JUDGE
llffiUli Mil if ij
, ' - !
' ' I
I have just
elerant lot of
eaii now sell vou a present that will
'- . r I it
I It !
irladden- the heart
mother, brother, sister,
Come and see these goods. They
are the finest ever brougntto Leb
anon. It costs nothing to show;
A Common Cold
Is often the beginning of serious Ejec
tions of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes,
and Lnags. Therefore, the importai - c
of early and effective treatment cannot
be overestimated. Ayers Cherry Peo
toral may always be relied upon iot tts
speedy cure of a Cold or Cough.
Last Jannarv I was attacked with a
severe Cold, which, by neglect and frsv
quent exposures, became worse, finaty
settiinsr on ray lungs. A terrrble cough
soon followed, accompanied by pains bi
the chest, from which I snffered intense
It. After trying various remedies, with
out obtaining relief, I commenced taking
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was
I am satisfied that this remedy saved my
life. Jno. Webster, Pawtucket, K. I.
I contracted a severe cold, which
suddenly developed into Pneumocia,
presenting dangerous and obstin ite
svmptoms. My physician ordered tli
use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. His in
structions were followed, and the result .
was rapid and permanent cure.
H. K. Sumpson, Borers Prairie, Tex.
Two rears ago I suffered from a sever -3
Celd, w"hich settled on my Lungs. I eea
Bulted various physicians, and took tUo
medicines they prescribed, but receiTci
only temporary relief. A friend induce!
me to tr v Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After
taking two bottles of this medicine I ws
cured. Since then I hare given the Pec
toral to my children, and consider iV;
The Best Remedy 1
fir Colds, Coughs, and all Throat awl
liuntr diseases, ever used in my family.
Bobert Vanderpool, Meadville, Pm.
Some time aso I took a slight Col'!,
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 ba
in great danger. I continued to suiter
until I commenced using Ayer's Cherr
Pectoral. Less than one bottle of this
valuable medicine cured me, and I
feel that I owe the preservation of rcy
life to its curative powers. Mr. Am
Lockwood, Akron, New York.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is considered,
here, the one great remedy for all disease 3
of the throat and lungs, and is booto
in demand than any other medicine of its
class. J.F.Kobertsv Magnolia, Ark. it
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ay er Co, Low .11, r aas.
Bold byaJl DroggisU. Prjcejl; rix botUee.5.
More towns die for the want of con-
fkleuce on the part of some men and
lack of public spirit than from the ri
valry of neighboring towns or adverse
surroundings. When a man, in search
of a home or business location, goes to
a town and Hads everyone brim full
of hope and enthusiasm over the prot
nycts of the place and earnestly at
work to Xuild up the town, he soon
becomes imbued with the same spirit.
The Santlam Coal Mine..
itizens of Albany are correspond
ing with a Pennsylvania company con-
.1 : ...1 .1.;,,,.
coal mines on the Sanliara. Experi
enced coal miners say rich and valu
able coal veins exist on this river, and
the enterprise of placing the same upon
the market promises to meet with suc
cess. Kx-tJov. L. F. G rover and W.
II. Wctkinds have already commenced
opening the Lindlcy coal mine, ten
miles from this place, recently pur-
t chased by them.
Many persons contract severe colds
during the early winter months and
permit them to hang on persistently
ail winter,' weakening the lungs and
paving the way for catarrh, chronic
bronchitis, or consumption. No 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 by M. A.
;VJ to depend upon. Acker's wool ii
! isir has been prescribed for years for all hn
S tmritiesof theElood. IneTeryfortnotujcrof
t ulous. SvplilUticor Mercurial diseases, it Is
i invaluable. For P.benmatism.liastogqi:oL
TO THE LADIES.
TAKE IT IN TIME.
"For want of a iwiil, a shoe was lct;
for want of a shoo, a horse was lost:
for want of a horse, a rider was lost."
Never neglect small things. The fir.it
signs of pneumonia and consumption
ca n jtoKiticrly be checked by Dr. Acker's
English Remedy for Consumption.
Sold bv Beard & Yates.
On .all that nortains to the articles Ave sell, and wo are
to guarantee that what you buy will he all right, bec ause we
know that what we buy is all right. We buy no poor goods,
and as a consequence,
WE HAVE NO POOR GOODS TO SELL.
We keep the best of everything and everything of the
best. Our srowine patronage warrants the belief that peo-
pie appreciate good goods and will trade where they can get
them. , '
YOU WILL REMEMBER
That when yoti want a pure and genuine article, Andrews it
Hackk-Aan's is the place, and they do business at the Brick
Chamberlaifi's Kye and 8kin Oint
ment is unequalled for old chronic
onnia Alum "1UI lmvo 1wl.fl IWlmfl- I
nentiy cured by it. For sale by m. a. Store, next to Bank of Lebanon
Miller. . - -
I have Enlarged. My rtore ana Auacii
a New and 1-Jigajit fclocK oi
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,
Which I am S-llinfT at Tiiins Neve
Before Ollered in JLebaiion.
Call and See Theso Goods and
MRS. G. W. RICE,
Milliner, Lebanon, Oregon
FORTMILLEft & IMIK
MsnufncturcK of and lealer to all X'-irfa
K U R N I T U Tv K .
Import all Fiist-Class Goo-ls
i rIRECT FROM THE EAS 5. .
A complete stock of Wall Pape IV-eo-.
ratiojis and Window, Shad-
U Is! D E R T A. IC'I Or
AJ VXV3XVT5 eroa3. or troubled
V7indy . CoHe, Teetbing iaE.
Stom&cn. Disorders, eaa be r;!;
Brownsville, - O.'j'Ji
ut once by using Acker's Bab? S ifcer.
.t -oatias o Opium r MorplMn's,
ienco is eaCo. Fr:c 3 ecats. b-:I by
I J. A. B.'ard, !" ggisfc.