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VniD W FUIUIUARY 2.1, lS-Sih
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Subscribe for Thk IlxrKF.
Th roftds nro getting dusty.
Yesterday was Valentine's d.iy.
Tbirtrew new subscriber this week.
irtsh fish every 1 rulav at Monta
gue's cash sc-ore.
Mr. John Wstliers has been suIT. r
hg fnuu a very bre foot.
We sire sorry to learn that Mr. I. M.
Atul.ler ha teen juH tuck.
Mr. J. M. Wiley and liev. J. II.
Klrkpatrlek visited Scij last Wednes
day. Prof. F. M. Mitchell, of Albany,
made this otliei a jileasaut call Tuesday.
Tliw lota were sold in Kirkpalriek's
addition to the town of Libation this
Buy the Thonp:on & Overman
brand of harness nt Albany. 11
warrant all work.
a. Miller received an elegant
Shnv c60 from Portland Mondav
Something. new; call and see it.
Air. H. Burtvnshaw, one of our best
cu; .-.ens ana an employee of the ?tate
prison, is in town attending his on
w ho ! quite sick.
Air. A. Boyles, ot Pitzviile. W. T..
has spent several days looking over
the lands in this vlelnitv. We trust
he will decide to locate with us.
All old aceounU due me munt le
paid by the last of January or I will
Ilae thcai in the hands of an attorney
Iter collection. T.C. Teebijer.
Xow is the time to subseribe for The
ExpRiSS and rend that serial, Beauti
ful Jim, In supplement.', free to all new
subscribers and those who are not in
We printed bills for a public sale
which is to take place on the farm of
Mr. G. F. Sylvester, about six miles
northeast of Brownsville on Tuesdav,
Jacob Am, the boss harness maker.
Invites every body to come in "and ex
runine his work, lie guarantees an
When you go to Albany do not fail
to see and examine the mammoth
toek cf clothing at L. E. Blain's.
You will receive prompt attention and
honest goods at rock bottom prices.
Ttev. F. AY. Tarker. pastor of the
t'unsSTland Presbyterian church at
Weoilburn, was on a visit in Lebanon
on 'Mo-, lay, the guest of Rev. J. R.
Rii kpuiriek. Mr. Parker has many
warm friends In this place.
T1;I! lovely weather is a standing
Rilvertlscment of Oregoix's salubrious
:':riaU'. The sun p'iowj his warm
ii-.vi genial face every day, the murcury
vbs up serenely in the temperate
Ke!jhborhcod and the hills are covered
vtiih the verdure of f-pring.
We have pp-nt 4 wi sJcrs in the
s-ti'ih and three in tho rcrih, ai d ths
:-, so lar, iHe miaiesi wmu r !u;;t v.t
r, !nerober of having ever csnei i:i:-d. j
It Ts more like a drtsm thru n reality, !
rim tr.is valley is more l:h.e a Unx
i-.i.J than "Terra Firms."
Billy lircuder U alao living to build
a Mew house an. I has let n contra ft fur
Mr.0ven'Cyrufl and wife will noon
occupy tho Ojburn hou.se a their per
Mr. T. 11. Home's ia building a new
houso ftv Mr. flay Myeis. Iiepoit
says a c-ige to bold a lint.
J:uii;.d I'anipiH'll, ag'.:id amlsuh'dan-
liai iariiu r near by, ilng to move
into tonn lor school purpi.-aefl.
The late act of the legislature will
doubtless c!om cim of frVio'a saloons,
jutoii tho out.-tidc ot the corpora I la n.
Lev. 11.. F. Moody, ef tho C. P.
Church at thi place, 1ms jut cum
nu need a protracted Meeting, liev. J.
It. Kit kjistriek preached on Tuesday
The most notable event of the - week
is the marriage of Mr W. II. Boy leu of
ak-tu to Miss Kdkh M, .liejiiolu.-i,
daughter of oua luosi estimable cili-
.en; llev, B. l' Moody onk-iuthig. Mr
lioples is eugag.id with the rUUe lu
surance Co., hi a graduate of the Will
amette University, one of the proiuis
iug young men of the stale. His
bride was educated at the same hiatiiu
liou and is an accomplished lady.
Br. W. V. Hyde and Peter Smith
have .lately bought and lined up a
joint building on the vast tide of the
street, one part to be ocelli ped by the
doctor and the other by W. L. I'ul
bertson, a young and promising law
yer of North Carolina. Mr. C has
made a tine impression on our citizens
is a lawyer cf fine attainments' and
good moral character.
A Overman'H for
School very quiet this week; a good
many are absent.
Miss Maud Niekcrson will edit the
Literary Htar this week.
The Misses Simpson, cf Spieer, ("has.
(Joan, of Albany, and others called on
the school t his week.
Mss Lel.t I'M wards, teacher of the
primary department, is confined at
home on account of sickness.
The - leaner this week is under the
efileient management yf W. L. Jack
sjn, and with lioeral patrotmge he will
h ave a good paper.
Quite a numbei of students are ab
sent from school on account of sickness
among whom we will mention Miss
L5zie Reed, James Burtenshaw and
A problem: A boy spends one-half
of his money plus 50 cents, then one-
half of the remainder plus SO eeuts.
and then had $1 remaining; how hvJch
had he at lirst. S.-nd in the solution
to the academy.
(!- to Thompson
j. 8. Courtney, M. 1)., physician and
C'alHornia celery r.nd cauliflower at
the new cash stare.
Just received at Miller's drug t-tore,
one gross lied Uross Cough Cure. Trv
The lst Is the cheapest; hence
Thompson & Oveinuui's harness is the
Call on A, R. Cyrus for the celebrat
ed Morrison Plows, and other agricul
If you go to Albany to buy a stove
call on (S. W. fciuith, who has thclavg
cst and tio.'t stock of stoves nml tin
ware and sells cheaper than anyone In
Y hen you desire a pleasant physic,
iryit. Patrick's Pills. Thev can al
ways be depended upon, and do not
nauseate the stomach nor grlpo the
bowels. For sale by M. A. Miller.
Parties wishing lumber will do well
to give us a call. We have on hand
over 15000 feet of fencing lumber.
Coshow A Caulk.
Having enlarged our business with
a complete stork of everything kept in
a nrvt-class furniture house, we Invite
the public to call and give us a trial
We make a specialty of everything
kept in the undertaker's line.
FORTMILLEH & IRVINO.
An Kdltiir- Hrrmrtrr.
An editor died and slowby wended
h!s way down t where a warm recep
tion awaited him. The devil met him
"For many years thou hast borne
tlie blame for the errors that the print
ers made in the paper. The paper has
gone for two dollars, but, alas, the two
dollars have often failed to wine. The
printers have tx-deviled thee for wages
on Saturday night, when thou hadst
not a cent to thy name. Men have
taken the paper without paying for it,
and cursed thee for not getfing up a
better paper Thou hast been called a
deadbeat and a fraud by men who arc
both. All these things thou hast
borne in silence. Thou canst not come
And he flrM him. As he did so he
murmured to himself: Heaven is Ills
IT'S ILL WAITING FOR DEAD
t it I
1 I i . c t 1 ! i
mmr.mirm'mi fa Ji Wl i-as issBta-m
(i ! ft-4- li
West her fine.
Seine garden is being put in around
Gov. Pennoyer'a veto of the Bull
Run water bill for Portland was sus
tained. The vote stood 37 to 2. At
least a week's work of the legislation is
all for naught, and we are glad the
matter has ended as it did, while at
the same time we regret that Portland
sh-mld be defeated in the gallant at
tempt to furnish her citizens with pure
Ci'Oil water. If Portland bad received
j this franchise that would have ben
j no end to similar deaninds upon the
PllllH tilt! pl'OVtU'l), 1111(1 WO Vllllt
to HHk avIi' wtMii l;rid ii&oiih
-li - nt fill Avlitsji yon
Mr. W. C. Hindman, f B;d or Cir,
Is on a visit to his brother, S. W. i
Ilr.idmau, of this place. He is r, lariro I
sr.x.-krr.an, and one of the early scit If rs J
cf Oregon. We extend to him a cor- i
Prof. Mitchell p;issd through her
Tiiere have I tin several sotla seekers I
r.1 ti:is wt-tk.
M rs. S. J . G i efcs has returned from
i is. nog rcianvcs on iiar.ia:e.. cru k. t
i . ix-Viiie granu i aii went :i (
ie. tvvrvlodv enio insr thcr.isclvts. i
I J. A. (ijbheard, S. A. 1 i ud.i!.-'
riid Wn:. Hitddleson took a trip to th I
mountains Sunday. j
j Mr. A. Thomas, ef ' Kc.rl Portland, !
; and a iiumtn r of ohi rs liavo been at 1
I rr.Utlr.l to the llrt.
j All are entitled to the best that th, ir
money will ouy, so every family
j should have, at once, a iKittle of the
j lioj't family lemedy, Syrup of i'igs, to
j cleanse the system when c stive or
! btliiou.-. For sale in tV and i l.t:,) ;t-
tl- s by all hailing druggists.
welcome to our town and Iitc
tiis stay among us win ve nieasant.
Pled, in Albany, Satunlay.Fcb. Pth,
Sirs. Rebecca Cooper, in the 77tli ytur
of her age. Mrs. Cooper wa3 a mem
Icr of the Eapttt church. Fhe was
lm in Jackson saunty, Tcnn, in
1S12, and in 1S47 emimigratcd to Ore
gon, and settled in this county. One
by oi: the pioneers are leaving us.
Tfce meeting at the M.
the holvi f- r a number of d.iys.
Mr. liit-hop, of ilumiiton creek, pr.rk
ed turough here on hi way out to cir
eulate ihe bridpe petition for tills pbuv.
We would like to see a trblge here.
Thr lT-.p!ct .Men la Tcwn
Is tbf fellow who houcht nic" 1U of
!':n.!ttire at the vsammoth hr.tis,? of
Fort mi dor & Irving, s'.t Albany. If
you want to ph a" ycor wif. and make
"her gre t you with loving smiles, just
. iiiei ,. likewise. Thev are h moi
sr-d on Wed nesdaj" evening, havinar
continued about eighteen days. The
met ting was well attended through
out and has resulted in much good to
our town. There were several addi
tions to the church and a general
awakening of new life among Christians.
j An Opportunity for Lebanon
J Mr. John K. IV.irand, representing '
Davia and Rankin, contractors and
j builders of creameries and cheese fac
! tories. is now in Lebanon for the pur-
Church 1 p;se vf organizing a company for this
' tkaiers and carry an immense sto.-k.
! M liUr t I.t.
. As we go to prt9s there . is a brisk,
i driving snow ttoiui from tLe su:'-.
! Winter has de'ayetl till a very late
I day, the 14th, but now comes in. the
j majesty of state.
tv - t . i . . .. . . . .r. .1
j Jliftiiij; uuui lit oofc .mi. Aii'm-wn
interest in the firm of Andrews A
llackleman, I desire to collect all out
s stmiitiivr aceounts now lue. All i'r-
bu.iness. A large tmrU.m of this sbnk i wiM knowh themseives indebted to
is a ready suoscribett ami we hope the i
balance will be taken at once. There
; the late firm will please settle as soon
j as p'wwible. I desire to close up all
is no doubt if the enterprire is mamig--: la vf ai..B nccount9.
ed right, ana as we have men tr.at
the brains and energy to do it, that it
will pay handsomely, liesides it will
pay handsomely and give employ
ment to a number ol hand and utilize
! to the very best advantage our cream.
C. C. IlACKLEMAN.
We are glad to learn that the Ma
r- i i f"..AriitTT 1 1 x a rQQa c n sw.l i. i
1 1 . j-., . ... It will nut in circulation not less than
oj liiitMe uis necessary r.ppropriaiion i ,
f1 i-:1ftikl uft nnV.v nn.l throw liev
to pni their beautiful cemetery
grou ad, one half mile north of town,
in fis-st -class condition. This is said to
be the most desirable and elegant loca
tion for a burying ground in this coun-
!f2;.000 actually and throw new
j into business. Xow is your time,
! low citizeus. "There is a time in
j tide of all men which, if taken at
flood, leads to fortune."
Coi-.Rli! and Couth!! and Coorhtll
What in ths worlj t tho reason yon lil chirIi
met kcs? cousliin an.t Mill kopp tryinn Inferior
meiMoities when l'.KOG's CHERRY CO I" GIT
SYRl'P will positively relieve your cough t
onrv? This is no a.KertMnp sehenie, but an ac
tual fact, and we guaiuutec it.
M. A. MILLER.
ty. Thry are offering lots at very low
rare.-, aud, as this is destined toliecome
the future city of the dead, now is the
time to select a lot.
Died, st the residence of her son-in-
law, K. B, Vroom, at Cedar Flat, Linn j
county, Fob. 11, of softening of the
brain. Mr-. K. M. Garrison, 'aged 71.
Tho n-oi.'i.is were taken to S-lem
Wedrios'.iay, accompanied by her son-j
In-la w, M "s. E. B. Vroom, and j
his daughter, Mrs. Minnie Menzie, of
Portland, who attended her grand-rootht-r.
du -i'.g her last illness. The
remains were interred in the Lea Mis
sion ceu;.;t ry.
Ict for Sal.
Lebanon Ledre No. 44, A. F. & A.
M. are now offering the lots in their
One price and cash at the new cask
j store, but everything sold cheap and
delivered to any part cf the city.
Readers of this paper can save nion-
pv bv eallimr on Bevoe fc Robson. of
beautiful burying ground, one half j Albany, as they have the most corn
mile north of town, for sale n reason- I pJete Btock of all kinds of hardware
able terms. These lots are offered at . atIj agricultural implements on this
the very low figure of 10 average, j coast.
Those desirous of choice lots would do)
well to call at once on
-Wast on art!
: Is the reason people will not, can not, or do not
aee any difference in cheap nosiniiaj put up by
Cheap John houses or inespoasiMe parlies at en
ormous profits, rather thaa tnlre s mcliciise ol"
world wide reputaiiou and one that is giving uni
versal satisfaction at eqiu.l price? Xo mwlicine
in the world ir frivinff such universal KAtisfai tion
for purifyiue the blood as BEOG S BUK)D I'URi-
. - . .... .i. u.;il ,t ....i .,o.:..r. 1
l, both of this county, i , v,nKI
Married, at the residence of the
bride's gTundi iother, in Jefferson, Or,
February 11. ISO, Edward J
and i .nie L.
W. T. V&b ?co.v officiating. After the ;
CJ-rcmony was i vrr a nice dinner was j
served and a nur-iber of valuable pres- :
eits ii-cre given to the young couple.
Thev wore tiefti e-corted
I have jurt FO i 'XI) out what farmers
need. They're DEA D gone on my new
harrow, made IX independent sec
tions, to order; e.4eh section can
be cleaned and moved without trou-
J ble. Wagon and BOX and set of har
i Hess for sale cheap for cash. Iron har
I rows or any other work done to order
j at the Fed Front blacksmith shop.
The firm of Thompson & Waters
I having by nmtral consent dissolved
! partnership on Feb. 1, ISW), all parties
sij,siiir.p. I knowing themselves indebted to them
loO acres to lie slabbed on the Elkins by note or account are notified to c.dl
to the depot ' farm. For further particulars inquire : and settle tlie same at the otlice or tln-
of R. A. Clark on the premises 8 miles t Brownsville Roller 1- louring Mill.
" to bike tlie t: :Ja for Aurora, Portland,
and oth'-r i "ii't, to bo gene one week. ; south of Lebanon.
The croora is one of JelTersou's most I
enerciie buslnesa men, and the bride j The present session of the legislature
is a hliriiiv accomplished' lady. We! will cost .the state $40,0)0. or about a
J. M. Waters.
Good Shoes Cheap
OfHACKLEMAN, who keeps in stock
complete assortment of ladies and
gentlemens' footwear suited
to various occupations
WE ARE KNOWN FOR
FINE FITTING AND FINISHED FOOTWEAR.
If yoa want to be known for your well dressed feet and tasty
footwear, come and see
C. C. HACKLEMAN.
DO YOU WANT
The cheapest coat you ever bought? If you do. go
to . . jl?fflVj? IIc has vmy oM coats
that lie is going to sell in the next thirty days no
matter how low the price. They niust go!
-you mm he:
W q An
ti. C. COOLEV.
W. C. CoOLEY.
J. D. Irvine.
C. B. MONTAGUE
Will sell what cloaks he has on hand during the
next two weeks at great bargains, 'some elegant
cloaks in the lot and must be sold even at a great
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BH 1 1 lilt IJbP1
STARTLING AND AGREEABLE SURPR
All Should Read the Low Prices!
AT BROWNSVILLE, Or.
G. C. Cooley Co., successors to Cook'j- & Wash
burn, dealers In general mervhni!i.e, are now
doing business at the old stand in South Browns
ville, and now take the opportunity of thanking
their old customers Tor their patronage in tho
IKust and would be pleased to have them call at j
the new firm and examine our foods and get
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
O. C. Cooley & Co.
3f Hl-r lhi
( Will !.:iV ft
ter, if !''-rt
r f . - .
' Chnnibfrlahrs CourIi Krmcdy is f:i
' rnous for its prompt an-1 t l"i'c-tu:l cures
: of couirlis and ciiMs. The most w-vcre
i o!d niHV b loosened and relieved by a
few does of 1 1 1 i valuable remedy. For
sale by M. A. Miller.
i thousand dollar.- a da v. Tliat was tlie
j esthnutc of Secretary of State McBride
R. C. Miller visited home 1 in his iiennial report,
and Sunday during the ;
Legislature. He has our : An exasperated editor, beinpt threat- All parties knowing themselves in-
aluable state papers. - Mr. cno( w it h a coat of tar and feathers, Hebted to me w ill leaye call and set
K8 tne itepuouean p j jn next iue. "The people ef tie, as I dire to balance up my ae
'dreadful loaded paek i j this town mav break into s jmebi.d v's ' counts of 1S8S and do a cash. bu.sines
, " fortneir lavismng prams , nen.rortfit antl teal the feathers, hut
n ney. We think the Gov- j wo know- they are too stinev to buv '
r ghttoveto the Hull Run j thc tari so wt.rro not s.llrwj."" " :
t r careful study of the mat- .
and is exempt from taxes j Mn Blaine will lie in. Harrison V cal-
Test of us; Lebanon needs j inet, but Miller will still lead in the:
i j?t as mueh as Portland, i sale of Dnris.
M. A. Miller.
Thtre is no danger in giving Chnra
ti lain's Couprh K.-medj- to children as
it contains no injurious Mibstancc; !'
nides it is unequalled for colds and
croup.- Children like it. For sale bv
M. A. Miller.
The following from the pen of Mr.
Ti. P. Bard well, editor of the M..riou
(Iowa) Pilot, will, we believe, be of in
terest to many of our readers. Hosnys:
"It is with pleasure that I certify to j
the real merits of Chamlerlain's Cotiirh !
Heim-dy. I have used it in my family
for ycjr and have always found it
most excellent, and especially for
colds, croup and sere throat. It is
safe ami elltctive." For sale by M. A.
Increase of Population.
Mrs. A. G. Johnson, living near
Smith rirer, near Gardiner, Douglas
county, gave birth to three girl babies
a few days ago, all alive and doing
well. Tney are neighbors of Represen
tative Bicker, who feels like Introduc
ing an item into the appropriation bill
for their maintenance, so as to encour
age the rapid settling up of Lis county.
Drv Granulated, 13 lbs for
xtra 0, 15 lbs for
Golden C, 10 lbs for
IVsvdered, 9 lbs for
COFFEE AND TEA.
Best Costa Rica, 5 lbs ............
test Rio, 41 lbs ,.
Vrbuckle 's,"3 lbs
Java, 5 lbs
Tea. 1 lb
-mall White No 1, 22 lbs 1 00
White No. 2? 25 lbs : , : 1 00
L'ink, 27 lbs - - 1 00
Liverpool Salt, 200-lb sack $2
" 100-lb sack 1
" " 50-lb sack
Stock salt, 100 lbs..
Dwight's Soda, 4 papers..
Arm and Hammer Soda, 4 papers.
Kirk' Saven, 20-lb box :
Golden West, 20-lb box. ...
Tomatoes, 9 cans
Corn, t cans -
Salmon, 1-lb can
" 7 cans....;.
Oysters, 5 2-lb cans
" 9 1-lb cans
Corned Beef, 241 can ...
Chipped Beef, 1-lb can...
Lobsters, 2-lb can
Condensed Milk, 6 cans - '
Lve, 9 cans
Firaser's Axle Grease, 2 cans
The Above are Prices of a Few Leading Articles in Our
Stock, Which We Offer for CASH ONLY.
HAVE A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing Goods, a Fine V
bacco and Cigars, at Low Prices.
We do not want to carry Ladies' and Children's Shoes, and wUv
on hand at Actual Cost far Cash. Call and examine th.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR COUNTFy' -Ion't
itiil to ?jri o lis call, a it is to 2 .
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