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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1890)
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Th f o R II r. f i p t n it ;vl S t .1 es
ovit un rroii rf nvm than 2,h.k,
KXl fijuaio nulrs. ami pmlmMv
jnnny more rrnn.in to luMli. nvn cil.
Upon o liioucmU CiiU vilati ni, tiio.ao
nlrf;ilv known oontuin more tlcin
110) cubic ivib if ono mile
of which, at tho rate it is now usod.
would furnish tht country with
con I fur ft tl'u;-.iui voir; P' thnt
a million of years would not cx
linisht our supply. What nn imnl
culalU' incrcui in the us of ptcam,
ami a connucnt increase of pop
ulation and gcncvtil pvosporitv do-p
puch a tuwr.re of fuel open Voforc
this country. If our number.
pliould lwoumo only ns marv to tho
sijimre mile ns in Great llritnin, or
there ir room enough enpt of
the Rocky mountains for o00,(XXV
(V; and including the country west
of that range, for 'iU0,(U0,0O0, equal
to v.iort than hslf of tho present
ovulation cf tho plhe.
The wealth of t-ur republic ex
ccvla that of tlrtiit Britain, and it
surpasses that country not only in
su icultnve Imt in manufactures.
If the live stock in our country
were marshalled in procession five
abreast in close order ..tho line
would reach around tho world and
ovtrlap. Chicago alone manufuc-
"? half ft many steel rails in a
Great Britain, and Minno
ws turns out so much llour that
barrels would form a bridste
r Kiv .York to Ireland. Ve
produce sixteen pounds of Gutter
annually for every man, woman
and chil l in the country. If our
cr q of cereals were loaded in carts
it would require all the horses of
Kurope, and a million more, to
move ft. More yards of carpet are
manufactured in Philadelphia than
in all I i rent Britain. A single fac
tory in Massachusetts turns out as
many pairs of Inxits as 33.0O0 boot
makers in Paris. Our government
bus given u:? mora land for the gup
jHutof pehooU and colleges than
the entire, area cf England, Scot
land avid Ireland.
We of the Pacific coast are vrait
inr to receive o ir projortion
(2,iK000) of this vast population,
and with our resources, latent anc.
t!eve!optl, can meet every want
and satisfy e.-ery reasonable de
maud. Let him who is accustomed
sto looking up-.m the dark Bide of
Ii fo and professes to see nothing in
ft5e; for our rapidly-in'na-ing
popitm but squalor and starva
tion, i. .upon laese n cures
are eincny reaaoie ana
. . . , , I ,
catch, at least, one ray of sunshine.
21 A K Sit JUDGMENTS.
What a witness for the hard und
unri&htejuur judgments we habit
ually fornxit auother lies in the
means plainly no more ihan a judg
ment ioi-mea oetorcnana, without
aihrming anything as to whether
that judgment be favorable or un
favorable to the person about whom
it is formed. Yet so often do wc
f rm harsh, unfavorable judgments
of others before knowledge and ex
"perience, that a prejudicj, or judg
ment Kfore knowledge and not
grounded on evidence, is almost
taken to signify an unfavorable
anticipation about one; und preju
dice has actually acquired b. sec
ondary mcaniogof anything which
is mischievous or injurious.
No paper can be published with
out home patronage, and every man
Jiliterfisted in Jceepihg.vp a home
paper. If a new enterprise of
any kind is wanted the news
paper is expected to work
lor itv-' If a public meeting is
wanted for any purpose, the news
paper is called upon for the free
iiotice. If an j- of the societies have
a eupper or reception cf any kind,
the newspaper ia expected to give
the necessary notice. The newspa
per must puff the schools and every
thing clso to aivaace th interests
If the business men of the place,
and then give them a henisome
notice when they puss away. And
vet . scro"of them do nothing tc
keen un a home mner.
Good timesand. prosperity are
drifting this way just as natural'y
as water running down stream.
There will be some big develop
ments here in the near future.
Tho immense atural resources
hero about to be developed will send
Lebanon forging along to the front
at a speed so rapid as to astonish
its most sanguine friends.
Examine this issue and tell us if
you see anything new; If you
have any suggestions to make we
will take them under advisement,
if criticisms they will be weighed;
but old scores of a personal nature
he t ween anyone and tho former
mnagernent will net be settled by
An Eastern paper says tltpco-
pie oi nogue uiver vauey, uregon,
went without mail for eight weeks,
r.n'd asks'its readers how thev would J
like to live in such a country- tet
ter to live c-ielit wf -s without mail
lycars in some
Ae world is in
Mt owes you
. ers; neither
. ises from a
" . .he ele
- " t is
i 'Hi; uio""gid to pee our p
unit in all matters of public'. .
et. Already this united ai tint . niis
secured t( Lebanon a big paper mill.
aiM,inthout doubt, a line public
school building. And a canal sup
plying water power sud'eient for
all manufacturing purposes will iv
tho near future ceaso to o a mere
prupective enterprise. The follow
ing are some more things that wo
need, for which we will wver pray,
and without which wo will never
cortso our cry:
We want a creamery in Lebanon.
A good business is allowed to go
begging, for want of pome live, ex
perienced man to take hold of il
ami m.ko it what It is in other
parts of our countrya paying en
terprise. We should lika to see a tannery
for the manufacturing of all grades
of leather from polo leather to the
best morocco and gondola, which
would ftop the heavy drain upon
this count ry to California, and more
especially to Eastern manufactur
ers. We want n chair factory, and
with plight inducements no doubt
some man would engage in tho en
terprise, as we personally know that
overtures have been made to a cer
tain town whoso facilities for the
manufacture of this household ar
ticle are not m good as our own.
We want to seo coopers manu
facturing our tubs, churns, buckets
ami woixienware of all descriptions.
We want to see our wash-boards
manufactured at home, at ft coft
little exceeding the freight on that
article from the East.
We w ant to seo these various en
terprises spring up pimnltaneously
with our paper mill, and then phail
we realize w hat we most of all de
sire to eec a prosperous, growing
TTtK FEDERAL. CKNSt'l.
The supervisor of census for this tlis
tHct has received many applications
f m those who wih to lr enumerators,
ut Irtrge number f them art e vi
d ntly from men who think they will
nve an ensy time at the expense of the j
If verriment. Tiime who accept a cft!
tn umler this Imprvwion will fintlj
that they have been sadly mlstaVeii. !
Under the present law any enumerator
who has aeoopffrl an appointment i
compelled to finish his woik, am! if he
refuses to 1 ai without giving a reason
Mitisfitetor.v to the vneriiiten,Ient, he
may be flned and lniprissncd. Ten
years ago many who couted on an cany
job where appalled when they received
ther book of instructions, and over
000 of them resigned. The census in
to l.-etakcu between June 1 and June 15.
The great body of enumerators will t e
paid as follows: For every living j.e
so, 2 cents; lor every death, 3 tent;
for every firm, 15 cents; for every fac
tory, 20 cents; for each vtt?ran or vet
eran's widow, 5 cent.
Every person is compelled to answer
the questions or pay a fine of $ll)0. An
Improvement this year over the former
methods of taking the census is the
distribution, In advance, of several
million of family schedules, so that the
enumerator at many points will find
It already filled, and so will be greatly
facilitated In his work.
It is a curious fact as shown by the
last census, and in fact by all, that
while there are prbaps 1,500,000
women of the sge of 29, 39 or 49, thee
w ill only be about 60,000 of the age cf
30 r 40 or B0. The Inference is irre
i8tihle they do not like to acknowl
edge having turned the corner of a de
cade. It would, of course, be unrea
sonable to assume that once In every
ten years there is such an alarming
decrease in the birth of girl babies.
Another difficulty which the enu
merators will encounter is the collec
tion of statistics of what are called
the defective clase those who are
deaf, blind and idiots. Ten years ago
Ike question was put before the head
of a family: "Are there any deaf,
dumb, blind or idiots in your house?"
This was often const rued as offensive,
and tended to increase the difficulties
in ascertaining the true facts. TIum
year th- enumerators have all been In
structed to ask at each houe: "Is the
speech ail right, is the hearing perfeet.
i tho mind correct, fan everybody
s-e?" The census, too, instead of call
ing these class "dependent, defective
and delinquent," will call them "spe
cial," and will not class them with
An especial feature of the census will
a separate enumeration of vit-rnns
and their widiws, which of itself is a
gicrantic task, but it I hoped the nsult
.v;I! be a g'eat aid to the pension bu
reau. The chief item of expense, of course,
ii the pay of t he enumerators, which
in 1SS0 exceeded $3,000,000, and this
year will doubtless be more than $6,000,
0)0. The appropriation made for the
eleventh census is $.",4O."i,000, aside from
the $1,500,000 appropriated for print
ing, but it is estimated that $2,000,000
more will be needed to complete the
It is said that the bottom lands on
the 8antiam near this place are as
rich as can be found. They are
adapted to the raising of everything
but watermelons. The vines grow 60
fast that they wear out the melons
ciragging them over the gravel bars on
With singular unanimity every
banker and broker approached on
tilt BUI 'tn. L UCtliU J ,JUiI UUO 1111714 O
plan" to loan government money to
farmers as wild, wholly ideal and
Utopian. Ashland Record.
A "squaw" man, who never owned
a hundred dollars in his life kefere.
was made happy last Monday by re
ceiving $160,000, the purchase price of
80 acres of land owned by him, just
back of Port Townsend, for the pas
quarter of a century. The money in
his possession, he treated his Iiidi.m
wiFeand four half-breed children to a
trip to Sest le. His name is Bracken.
-. gentleman who is from Yaqr.ina
" Vs that a recent bi laud slide
' half m:'cs fj wJouina
"" ! a veio . - "."oal.
(From ttic Orhnoo Itevk'W.
Kreltthtcr still want 2c pec pound
for luuiltng fniuiThe Duties. '
Hinne of the merchants are offering
11 cent ft I lit for hauling grain from
The Dulles for seed.
Cattlemen will not maUeas; rlnnr'dv
owing to the diet th:U they d not ex
pert many eahes and the intllo being
In pour coiio.tlon.
l. l- ChiMs ret tinted last Fundny
fri'in the Willamette valhy. Ho and
his fiimlly eont niplate movl.it; to
Hrowiifivllld In a short lini".
Two and one-half Inches of snow fell
Tusday iiljht, but had mostly dlsnp
tonrrd tiy vWiidnesday eveninur. The
auow caused coiiskt rul.lt U.M of young
Isaac C J n tre and Ilaisr.! Trney estne
across from Ih lilne creek last Monday
u foot. They say the snow on the
mountains Is loo deep to be croswd on
Cal Htnlth, of lirldge creek, Is proK
:ibly the heaviest loser by the winter
if any sheep-ralscr in the oount-y.
Last f ill ho had r.b iut 11,00!) head nnd
he has )( all but about 200.
Tho Hople of Portland, "Une'e
Llsha" Barnes says, are no respecter
of persons. During hsa recent vUlt
there ho says e'en tho women and
mall boys tried to ran over hint.
A. J. Khrum, of Cherry creek, re
port not having lost many sheep dur
ing the psst winter, though he esti
mates tke loss on tlie east side of the
mountains tit tills county at 75,000
During the week 21 sheep owners of
the country have Wen Interviewed
regarding their leasee during the
wlntor, and from their statements It Is
learned tht I r loss is a little over ne
thlnl. I.nst full the gentleinon who
were Interviewed owned 63,20 head of
heep, nnd they report a loss cf 21,740;
(hough this is nt a good bnxU on
which to calculate th averdgej loss of
the county, as some of the heaviest
losers have not yet reported.
During the week wo have aen far
roera ft cm slmort eery part of the
couvty, ami all appear to le h'pefu'
r rn:inp excellent crops tlie coining
K'asou . llivy r-port n large ncresiro of
fall-sown grain, which was not Injumi
by the winter and now proud cs to
yield an abundant crop, Oivinj to the
present condition of the ground :t l
rv wilil to s.iw rrt! In gotnl iieiMoii,
und tlote fnrnier wttli wlxm we
hove tnlkiMl my there will bo a lsrar
acrvatre tf grain In Cruok county this
yvar than ever UTme, ami they expct
' but oi:e-thlrd more hay and gin n
laised this season than past years.
On Wednesday evening the eople
f l'rincvltle were shiw ked to ktirn
hat Jimmy Lafollet, who livid with
h;s mother on McKay about seven
m'les from town, lw.d shot and killed
Itiuixctf. 1 he evenl;i of the aceidei.t
hestepH'd out tont soiuo wood, and It
Usupotitd that ht pulled uttt hi plf
lot to practice shootinx, and that it .
accidentally diHchar-o'd, prolmlily by
'lis vtumblint;, or prolm!ly by his arm
striking a cellar door which he paed.
Mrs. lisfollttt beurd the shot, and
teppinjr to the d.or found Jimmy
lying on his side, and when he reached
li'n he was still hrcHihing, but wus
U.intile to pjH-uk. The liall entered hit
right eyebrow and lodged in the brain,
Husim: almost instant death. He was
It years old, and was an unusua'ly
The Star iivtu.c.. m.
Astronomers state that during 1800
we shall witness a most Interesting
-i?ht, viz: the reappearance of the Star
of IV-thjvheiu. If this star appears lu
1800 it will have l-en seen seven times
ii nee the Itcgintiing of the Christian
-ra. It wos discovered last time bj
Tytho de Brahe in 1575, who described
it s a str of extraordinary brightness,
which nutKhoue the strs of flrt mst''-
nitude, and could lie seen in the light
Mrht. Hut alter three weeks the
bright ies faded, and after having
!. vl-iMe for seventeen months It
diwippeiired as suddenly tut It had
tiiie. The stsr Is ou reevrd In the an
il, lis of 1204 A. D. and of 645 A. D.,
luring t tie Emperor Otto's rt-ign. It
Ui licen supjxuMrt that this heavenlv
bidy is the identical Htar of Dethl -h
in, and it seems to appear once in
about 315 years.
W. C. Pktkrsox. B. O. Wallace.
PETERSON & WALLACE,
RE AIi ESTATE BROKERS,
NOTARY PURL ICS
Below you will find a list of a few
of tho many bargains they have for
sale In city and country property.
City lots from $50 t $150 good terms.
We have a number of improved lots,
including dwelling and business prop
erty, also a good hotel In a fine location
can bo bought reasonably and on good
terms. Also tho following:
No. 15. . Price $3000
200 acres Improved land 4J miles
from city. Stock or grain farm.
.No. 16. Trice $0000
867.acres Improved land 1 mile from
city. Good for gardens or for raising
No. 17. Trice $3000
100 acres Improved farm or fruit land
21 miles from city.
No. 4. Price $000
20 acres Improved bottom land
mile from city; well timbered.
No 1Z PrW $2S0
10 acres 1 miles from city;soil sandy
loam; good for gardens and fruits.
No. 9. Price $2000
165 acres well Improved land 8 miles
No. 11. Price $S000
322 acres firet-clase stock and grain
farm 8 miles from city.
For further particulars coneerning
the Rbove or any other informatiou in
regard to Real Estate address
Peterson & Wai.lace,
It. Grier, of Alsea, came to Corvallis
on Tuesday last to see the sights, lie
is a man whoxe ago Una reached the
s?vcn ie!h notcli, nn.l ;he ride he had
(in the Cj'.t Pacific train on the
jaliovc - ; hs- one he ever
M-..!-" ' He h is lived in
' . " . G.uette. -
To Wttka rtoum fur My V
Fall and Winter Stock cf
FUR1USMKG GOODS, AND KOTIOKs,
I WIMCLOBF OUT MV
Entire Rock of
Now Is the Time to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Hav
Leading Dry Goods Store
In tho Valley.
W. F READ,
Tea per cent Interest on Monty
WIuu You Can Qst It
CALL ON TIIR
Oregon Land Company
DON'T SHIP YOUR OLD 8T0VE.
You can buy a Ay of the
Clicsp, of !
aV AN BROTHERS.
THEY CAURY A FULL LINE OF
wooden and '
Stone UlarB, also
PUMPS and pump FIXTCUES.
EST Job Jf Vr done on Short Notice,
Good Farm Property
B Por Cent.
I exstninc my own security, write
my own papers, and if title is perfect
can close business up in short order
Cnll on or write me.
S. N. STEELE.
With E. O. BcsrdBlcy,
REAL ESTATE. AGENT,
Alii a NY, Okecion. m28
W. It. ORAIIAJI,
Has opened the largest and
finest line of suitltigs ever
broujrht to Albuny. It
lnclud-s patterns for full
dr-ss suits or coats, vests or
fiants M'parately, wnd em
irnces some t f tiie tiuest
of mi ported grnnls not seen
hero before. Mr. Graham
EMPLOYS SKILLED WORKMEN
GUARANTEES A GOOD FIT,
As well ns the best quality
of gods. These desiring
something really fine
should call and
INSPECT HIS NEW PATTERNS.
IP YOU WISH A GOOD REVOLVER
ftrf SMITH & WESSON'S
Ftnet small j
Jiil Uie first ckmbcettf J1
exports. In oitire &i.
a and M-hA KIiikIo or
doubtASCtVotL, HaXiLt Ham-
nwrkiM and Target rnodntn.
liewt qnnfity wrongbt
ihr workniauhlrj and stock. TTurlvakMi fori
flHlnh. durmUtlttr nnd accwracr. Io
Dot be aK.lTe.l try c-fcnttD auUmUi in imltotirmm
often aukt for the Kuuio nrtlRlc. The; are uruo
HatJe uid dar.Kuniiu. The SmTH wuwon Ka
TiLTXHa are iampei upon tlie lytrrrli with Arm's
namei, xlilrnm auddaKwof Mttiitii, and are f aai
tred porfoct. InlHt ummi ImvIdk tliaitt. and It
yiir lttar oairnot mply yu. an onlor aeiit toad
flriibhw will reoelTO prompt attention. Deaarlff
tire catalog m and prion upon applloatlsn.
tOlITU &. WWSOM,
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Every Week.
Eirps 1: J i per doz.
Spring chickens $1 00 per doz.
Old chickens $5 00 per doz.
Broilers $3 75 per doa.
Ducks 00 per doz.
Geese 00 per diz.
Turkeys 12ic per lb.
Hides ye per lb.
KliouldtVs 8o ikt lb.
llam rlllc per lb.
KntterA-i'Oe ikt lb.
-Lard i!f"I'"ils $1 -5 per can.
" "bulk S.5 per lb. -
C. I , . . '
Hang Out Our Banner on
the Outer Wall.
THE CRY IS STILL
Montague's Magnificent Spring
Stock of Dress Goods in
Such as De Beiges, Foulards,
8li tswnt, Blahe and Victoria Trlmmlntt,
Ribbon. Valval, Pluah l Many Shadaa,
Button, On Thousand Varlatlas
In fact everything to make a Imly's
eyes fairly sparkle, llolh the Mam
moth store and tho One Price Cash
Store are the recipients of Iminenee
Stocks, and Montague proposes to
sell them to tho people who deal in
in any town in tho Btato of Oregon.
To those wise (?) ones who trot ofl
to other than their home town to
purchi.'j cheap John trash, pause
ere it ho too late; discard the idea
of buying anywhere but at home,
and then only of Montague, and
you will have your youth renewed,
your mind in foi;nc content, and
100 cents' worth for your dollar
every time No baits, no chromos,
no steel or wood engravings ot
awfully homely BhocmakerB doc
Montague delude his customers
with, but he DOES give them the
choice of tno very best goods from
tho largest selection this side of
Portland, at tho most moderate
priced for cash or approved country
II wboataalanir paras Meal traah
From the fact that I have emp
tied it in purchasing the above
named good at panic prices, and
also in purchasing the dtusieat lot of
Talk about other brands of shoes
than tho magnificent line kept by
Montague. Shoo, fly, don't bother
me: there ia room enough in the
world for thee and me. Wc can
FIT anyone, and when Montague
aaya FIT he means it, and he is not
going to pend you out of his palatial
stores with those abominable monsters
in leather which you may possibly
nnu in oilier estaoiisiunents not a
thousand miles from our grand em
porium, and which makes Tour feet
look as though you were a new arrival
from Chicago. No, do not make an v
mistake when you want GOOD Bools
or Shoes for mother, wife or sister,
the grandmother to tho baby, the
grandfather to tho last new boy, but
be sure to call on Montague and se
cure what you may requiro in that
liae. Every pair fully warranted.
Now as to Clothing.
hen the pnrso was emptied, as
above sneciiietly set forth, Montague
wns compelled t open another bsr'l
fr the nurnone of securing to our cus
tomern the latest novelties In tine suits
as well as those adapted to e very-da v
wear. We are now opening up our
elegant design j in Oregon Uity Cloth
ing, California Cnssimere Clothing,
Men's Clothing, Youth's Clothing,
Boys' Clothing, all Imported Goods,
ele.arant-nttiiig garments, at scandal-
ounly low prices.
Montague has had over rortv years
experience in selling goods, twenty of
wtnen were spent among j'ou right
here in Lebanon, and he now nronoses
to spend the evening of his life In giv
ing to one ana all such prices as the
Boss Granger of Linn county never
dreamed of. Make Montague know
you are going to pay cash down and
no grumbling (the chronic grumbler is
a despicable creature), and he will
make prices to you all right.
. MONEY ONCE MORE.
The people who promised to pay up
by the 1st of last January and failvd to
connect may find their accounts where
it will not please tnem. Montague
dots not propose to waste valuable
time in huvtingrup these delinquents.
but will send the most foroihl polh-
tor he can employ to wile the dollars
uuo me irora these, much-promising
and never-performing gentlemen.
; CHAS. B. MONTACUF,
We invite yon V
PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOT!
Hiclcs Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for treci
We Guarantee Fair Treatment
W. B. DON AC A.
Corner Brick Store,
Itu un bsrnl s Urge stock ut
A. LARGE STOCK OF
Call And Secure Price.
OYERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
SOUTHERN PACI FIC CXJMTAN Y'8
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Tias Between Albany and San Fran
cisco, 35 Honrs.
California Capr Train Run Dy
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
t )r. M. ... LV... Ton'muJ
Ar...l0 -15 a. m.
;!' r. !.....,
Allrttir I.T.- A. .
i 5 A. i....Ar...
Su kr-ii(co...X. J.40 r. M.
Local ?tmr Train OaHy (aaaapl Sunday)
17 M t , TH-!l-I.J , Ir .M
I20r. H....I.T A!Miiy . LrMi, M.
2j4)r. M.-.-Ar.. KtiKvii t Lt. i. m.
Local Pancr Train Dally (acat Sunday)
Jii r. a Lt Albany Ar a. u.
9 P. M....Ar.....LbiHm..LT fi:!5 . a.
1 SO r. ....l......Alanjr....Ar :2S a. a.
: m r. w..Ar Ulnnii..J.ii 8 10 a. a.
7 ) a. a..L...-...AIhanjr....,..Ar. 4.-l r. a.
.! A. w..-Ar.. Ll--iiou ..Lt... i.iO r. u.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPINO. CARS,
For aroiiniU(MlRtln of Rocond-CUuw
l'awongcr., aUaohrd to
Tha S. P. f' Terry make ronnortloo with
all I ha rtsrulur tnUiia u Um JUt bkla li. trxnn
fbut of 1 ifUvct, TorUantl.
WMt 8lda Division.
POfxTLAND and CORVALLIS
Mall Train Dally (Eacapt Sunday).
7 SO a. m....Lv.......lJirtlAnl. ..Ar:p. in.
1J 2ft p. ro Ar....QnrTallin.......,Tl JO p. m.
At Albnnr and t'nrralUa cunnact with train (
Orrrou raciilc Kallrowl.
Expra Trala Dally (Eacapt Sunday).
pO p. m..I.... .. PnrtlBd ..Ar 00 a. n.
O0 p. ra....Af -...McMinnvllla Lt.- a. m.
To All I'olnta
SOUTH AID EAST YIA CALIFORKIA.
nrT7T fbll Information rpfrardtn ratoa, map,
etc., rail on company' agent at Alhanr.
H. KOEHLKK, K. P. KX)ER3,
Uaoaeor AjaL a. P. I'm. Affent
The Celebrated French Cure,
I SoM OK A.
to euro any
ill or any
tnorlor ( tbe
ikAii of elthur
Um: from the Kr I tH
Xtt t.lvc IM Ol etlinnlailU. Tablnu ir-ltillm.
ortlirouch yailllifitl Iwltanrotinii, ovr iuilillx
ikw, ic., mirli a ol Brain fuwar, Wakeiul
um, Iirnrini; ! faiua in Uie Bwk, Kemhi
Wcnknew, Ilj'itoria, Korrnn I'nwtrntioii NorUini
al KtniMloini. Viioorrho:a. DIkIiivm, Weak Meia
ory, lfm of Towvr and 1 rpoteury. which f( no-rH-ottwl
oiton load to proniatiirrnldariaHd lnaan-hr-
Price f 1. 09 a box. 6 boxea lur 5.00 bout by
mail on nofi.t of price.
A W MIItKN fS UAItANTEIC fnrerary f!5 60
order, to refnnd tho moner if a I'wrni'
rre not effct.l. TbovMaud oi textim.".)
from bM aud yatinc. of aoth aexaa, pcrmaiu-nlH-eurad
by Arnaooinor. Clmiiar fra. ddrn
THE APHRO MDfONE CO.
BOX 27 FORTLAKB, OH
Sold toy JVI. -..3Ullex,
JSols Agent for Lebanon, Or.
lUurb hKtlew'aiMt gvat'a i&EMa
'rtah works -ad ? of
Mtqcml Iu. Owtm riuoihi
"c4 locwlH mecvMm on
-, tofretber vrtta Mr l-rr
nd do la to show what wc mimI yoo to Ukm who call your
fnmtlt ul nenrtibonaiM) tbM bIhmi yo h-iwm-s mvlu
in v-tnablo tr-a Am-m, which boMa feryn whmo.otarttl,
vrvd thus w m r-paid. W pay all axpn-w, After
vo. know all. ir yon wookl lika to r to work 1W kltmom
mrn itmi ft tO to tM p-r work and Bfwania. Adrirtw,
tw-K fl. CO., IIOX01. rartiMMl, M
-V1i"T"-.w-i i .55.T;!??"
I - ' f J iAfcl Mc i Uk world. I'erf
tnd look through oitAMj
Stock of ,
hs, Tobacco, Cigai
&assware, Lamps Etc.
Main Street, 1 Lebanon, Linn County, .0
NEW STORE and FRESH GOOD:
We have opened a New Store
Peebleii & Buhl's Old StahI;
And wish to announco to the people of
Lebanonon and vicinity that
WE HAYE COHE TO STAY..
Give us your support, for wo intend to
stay among you. We have a good and
fresh stock of
G R O C E R I E S,
Canned Goods of all Kinds, Confections,
Grass Seeds and Wall Paper,
TOBACCO & CIGARS, CROCKERY, ETC., ETC., '
In fact, every tin. in g tbLat can
be fotand in a first-class
S. P. BACH.
Julius Gradwohl's ,
Golden Rule Bazaar
Tlie Leading Crockery, Fancy Goods
ana 1 oy store of Albany, Oregon.
Rogers Bros. 1847 Silierware, French China and Glassi-rs,
Boj's Wagons, Baby and Doll Carriages.
General Assortment.of Fancy Goods.
H i luilt.-r In tho Tluet Tea nnl CofffcM.
He buys direct for net .cash and carries tie larresl
stock in the valley.
WE will- photog;
YourBnby,Yonr Dojr, Your IIone
and Bugger ia MotlortH ..
YODR HOUSE, BOTH INSIDE AND OCT, YOUR SOCIETY OR
Take Groups Any where at Any Time.
Raise Old rhotos and Tin-Types to Any bt
In fact, we will do everything in the photographic line, and Ccv
AIR BRUSH VORK,
1 V V a
And do all work right here at home,
lrugr-s utuiy. y e win puarauire you superior won ana tno i
iowet prioes south tf Portland. Call and eee samples t
of work. ; 'It
All parties contesiplating
any other purpose whatever
At his lumber 3'ard at this place or at tfv"mii J
We have on hand a firsts! astockol-? : ' "
Bills of all kinds filled on shdrt
Gire me a call
Before Purehasirur Elsewhere..
... I .
.j i .m
tj 010 rs. . r
where you are invited to watch it v f
building, or desiring lumbe!
would do well to e&llon
& TAYLOR, !