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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1890)
A. JACK ADAMS, OKO. L ALKXANDKR.
ADAMS & ALEXANDER,
PUJ5US1IERS ANI PROPRIKTOKS.
It is time for the voters of onr
State to ask themselves what sort
of man should be elected, and what
port of man Bhould not be elected.
There are many grounds of dis
qualification too obvious to need
mention. Among the essential qual
ities to be sought in an officer, in
addition to honesty and integrity,
are these: He should be a man of
mature years and of sound business
judgment a man who has proved
by the successful conduct of his
own affairs, ability to manage the
affairs of the public. He should b
a man who, when once he has taken
the iath of office, will keep stcaily
in mind the fact, that no matter
how he was nominated he is in office
not as a representative of any party
clique, but f the .whole people.
And finally, h should be a man
whose private life even if not im
maculate, has at least not been so
vicious and prolifigate that he de
serves to be barred from the hearth
f the respectable household. No
man should bo elected to anv office
who is a salaried em ploye, and espec--ially
a salaried employe of a corpo
ration, such as a railroad company,
that is liable to want franchises
during bis term of office. A man
working on a salary is not master
of his own time. He must first
serve his employer, and business as
an officer must in all cases take
second place. And if his employer
be a corporation seeking favor from
the people; and the - government,
then it becomes not merely a ques
tion of time to do the people's work,
lout a question of unbiased and
disinteresed loyalty to the people's
' interests. Who belives that a rail-
way employe win ime ms nreaa j
and butter by arraying himseit j
jtimiriat. his mm nan v m case its in- i
tercets conflict with thoso of the
No statesman can afford to omit
the common people from his calcu
lation. They are the very root and
core of society. . Presidents are
only blossomings of the national
tree. The roof is more dependent
upon the foundation than the foun
dation upon the roof. Nearly all
if not quite all the movements
which have changed the thinking
and determined the new courses of
the world have been upward, not
Viownward. The great revolution
tionista have generally been cradled
in mangers and gone through rough
l:cimine in earlv life.
men who have done any no-
table worK in tne worm nave ieii
the consciousness of its importance,
as a fire in the bones. They could
not languidly dream of it, not con
template it from a hazy distance.
They have hasted unto the battle.
8uch a consciousness makes men
die young. It drives the blood
along the channels with an urgencv
that greatly distresses nature, and
strains the intellectual nerve until
the brain sees strange sights and
often trembles for its own safety.
Only men of strong natures know
what is meant by, this, lavish ex
penditure of life.
It is -apparent to the most casual
observer that our population is
gravitating toward the cities and
towns. While we like to see our
tawns growing in population and
wealth, we question the wisdom of
euch a ctmrse if done at the ex
pense and impoverishment of the
country. As cities grow there must
be a corresponding growth and de
velopment in the rural districts, or
a collapse is certain to result. What
the country needs is not a more
diligent class of farmers, but small
farms well tilled, a greater variety
-of crops, and a thorough, practical
knmrkde of some one branch ef
husbandry.; " f:
"To discontinue an advertise
ment," savs John Wanamaker, "is
like taking down your sign. If you
want to do business you must let
the people know it. Standing ad-
- vertioeaieiita are - better and
cheaper than reading notices. They
look more substantial and business-like
and inspire confidence.
3 I would as soon think of doing busi
ness without clerks as without ad
vertising." It will not be long until the can
didates start out on the campaign.
One-half of them at least will work
hard for nothing and board them
selves. If we could forecast the
result next June we would gladly
lessen the campaign expenses.
Generally when people have
nothing to do they buck agin' any
one else doing much.
Mr. Huntington has declared bis in
tention to alter the narrow gauge to
standard gauge. It now behooves the
citizens of Lebanon and vicinity to
make an effort to tsecure the road
through our town. Railroads are not
built for the accommodation of small
towns and impoverished communities,
but are the creatures of traffic and
commerce, tiood reuxoiiK (which among
capitalists are equivalent to paying in
vestments) must outweign tne unanciai
advantages of I lie old narrow gauge
line beftM-e we can entertain any hope
of a change of route. Very little can
lie said in favor of the route now trav
ersed by the narrow gauge. A great
many lone and unnecanary curves
linve added many miles to the length
and forty or fifty thousand dollars to
it corrt-nt expense. Bridges which
nuii't lie altered now pau our rivers at
impracticable point, and tiie road
itiisw. s by evi.r:l miles some of the im
portant towns in the upper Willamette
valley. Unless the road- be built nearer
the eiist side of the 'valley, the rich ag
ricultural U'lt lying cast of the pres
ent route, together with the lumbering
interests and rich miuetnl deposits of
the trasraaes. may prove a euinvient
inducement to some other company to
avail themselves of this unoccupied
territory and reduce, t he present line to
:h.c-eoudr! .si of a mej t-srvi-Hng.
80BER THOUQMTS FOR SOLCMN PEOPLE
MAN'S KELATlON TO LAW.
Man must stand in one of two
relations to law; either to law as
an outward declaration of authori-j
ty, or to law as an inward princi
ple of love. Take the principle
into the family for practical eluci
dation. LaAV ns an oufward au
thority, is established in the family,
to meet ignorance on the one hand
or disorder on the other. 8o long
as the household has worked har
moniously, the head of the house
docs not feel called upon to write
kcoinmandments, and publish edicts;
he says it is better to have sponta
neous expressions of interest and
love than forced submission; but
he feels that where love has been
defective, law must be made strin
gent; as the moral impulse is weak,
the outward prohibition must be
emphatic. Legal restriction is in
proportion to moral feebleness.
The stronger the written law, the
weaker the unwritten dictate of
love. The ignorant or self-opinionated
man, especially the guilty
man, must have law thrust upon
his notice, thundered into his ear,
sometimes indeed, scourged into
his flesh. By an inverse process
we mar read a nation's moral
history by studying its penal code.
The legislators and magistrates are
constantly, though it may be un
consciously, writing the sj'iritual
history of the country.
VALVK OF DISCIPLINE.
To be able to look at a pleasure,
yet to keep it at arms' length for
the sake of a brother, is the highest
attainment of discipline. The dis
ciplined man enjoys the spoils of. a
large conquest in conquering him
self he has conquered his principal
foe. He can look at the forbidden
tree, acknowledge that it is pleas
ant to the eyes, and, probably, a
tree to be desired to make one wise,
and yet tell the damning serpent
that there, is no folly so great as
the wisdom which comes througk
violated love. The fear is that the
may become un-
T . . T
gment. The man who
has cut off his right hand mav be
tempted to think that other men
should cut off their right hands;
and the man with one eye may
think it hard that other people
should have two. One of the main
purposes of discipline is to give
men a firmer control over their
critical faculty when they institute
a comparison between themselves
. THE BIBLE.
What a wonderful book is the
Bible in the matter of the variety
of its contents. Everything seems
to be in it poem, narrative, music,
friendship, personal news, national
intelligence, judgment, battle,
prayer, song, anathema, and bene
diction. Where is there anything
to correspond with this? Not in
any book certainly but in actual
life there is the selfsame thing over
again without the loss of one line.
If the sun could print for us what
he sees on any day in the year, he
would print a second edition of the
Bible. It is a page torn out of the
great volume of life. What is the
daily newspaper but a revised
translation of the Bible, often, in
deed, with God left out in the spell
ing, though He cannot be left out
in reality. ; Take to-morrow's paper
in one hand and the Bible in the
other, and see if the paper be not
full of repetitions and if there be
not something like an echo in all
What confidence can an untried
man have in himself? The man
who has no faith in himself is
weak; the man who has a false
faith in himself is deceptive; the
man who?e faith is founded upon
the fact of a great conquest is
strong and honest in proportion to
Men cannot be benfitted by mere
power, but they arc necessarily re
duced to a meaner manhood bv the
presence of a power that is de
structive. To have in the city or
nation a power that is so incon-
trelablv destructive is to live in
perpetual fear, and fear can never
train a noble and generous man
Following are the nominations
made by the Democratic State con
vention, which met in Portland
Congressman R. A. Miller, of
Governor Sylvester Pennoyer,
Secretary of State W. M. Town-
send, of Lake Co.
Treasurer G. W. Webb, of Pen
Supreme Judge-r-B. F. Bonham,
Supt. of Public Instruction A
LeRoy, of Brownsville.
State Printer J. O'Brien, of Port
Prosecuting Attorney 3rd Dist
J. J. Whitney, of Albany.
HILL CITY SPLISTEBS.
The picnic on the 1st Is looked for
ward to as a pleasant occasion.
V. D. Garuian's new two story resi
dhnce and office building Is hearing
T. R. Badger, proprietor of the Cliff
house, is excavating preparatory to
building an addition 1630, 1 eUrics
The Santiam Lnmbsfing Co. are pre
paring to erect a stone building 26x70,
two stories high, in the place of the
building now occupied by them.
Joe Fones has pot out a groat deal of
fruit this spring. Jos is a rustler. He
has fixed up a neat and well improved
home in the short time of about six
Michael Hogan is showing his faith
in the town by completing a very neat
residence on the bank of the Santiam.
He contemplates building another one
a soon as material can be had.
L. H. D. Bondy, the merchant, has
painted the roof of his store buildings,
is partitioning off the upper story of the
i same, has set out fruit trees, is clearing
j off vacant lots, and in various ways 1
showing an enterprising spirit. Sun.
"Shall We Ht More ChnrchosT"
Editoh Lebanos E.trnrit:
a peculiar .ui.jm-, ana no icss!
!tull:,r An a lover of
raU8e ,)f I'hrtet, I -Imply vMi l
A peculiar subject, and no lcssnjv.
to the render of your cxeillent paper
that I have f-rgiv-u "cit!z-n and
church-goer" for opposing more church
organizations; but I would much rather
look him square in the lace niid tell
him that I nave forgiven him.
It secniH that the public would love
to know how often he got-a to church
ami it" he delieves what tlis preachers
nay; but if lie will come to me like a
man and tell me who he is wo will get
down and pray over the matter.
In proof ot the brief statements In
our former articles we simply refer
reading und intelligent people to his
tory, church polity and the Bible.
As to our work here, we hM down the
thirteenth chapter of first Corinthians
ns our niud-ttill and upon that we ex
peet by the help of Got! to build.
As to Southern Methodism, she has
withstood the mutations of time, the
disintegration and downfall of dynasty,
her motto always having been,
''Love to God and man." She has
come out as gold refined of Its dross.
With that same motto she Is ''forget
ting those things which are In-hind,
and reaching forth unto those things
which are before," and she is "pressing
toward the mark for the prise of the
hierh calling of Clod in Christ Jesus."
Jno. M. Phick.
A ltrothr-ln-I.sw I' men a Knife.
Monday Clint Cole and his brother-in-law
Jack Barnes, of Millers, were In
Albany, and though reported not to be
on very good terms, they navigated to
gether and filled up on about the same
kind of tarantula JuW. Going home
lutein the afternoon they disagreed ma
terially on all the live issues of the dny,
resulting in a free fight in their dogcart,
t'ole drew his knife aud gave Barnes a
frightful cut in the face, beginning on
the right side of his none, past the
mouth to his chin. Tne blood flowed
very freely. Au Albany man who
met them going to Jefferson, Cole driv
ing and Barnes Kitting with his head
in tils hands, said the bottom of the cart
was covord with clotted blooc. B;irnes'
wounds were dressed by a JettVrson
surgeon. Colo, who told the story of
the fight, was arrested by the city
marshal there and brought to Albany.
Justice Humphrey was called out at 11
o'clock and issued a committment, and
Cole was placed in the county jail.
Mr. Cole was taken before Justice
Humphrey Tuesday nft-or'.Mwm, but
Barms refused to uppar niri.itut him
and he wan discharged. Dcmoorat.
T.S. Potcn, Justice of the Peace and
merchant of Bristol, III., pays be can
recommend St. Patrick's Pills. "1 have
used them, "he says, "and know wlw-rv-
of I speak." Anyone troubled with con
stipation or biliousness will tltid theni
a friend. They are prompt and certain
in their action and produce n pleasant
cathartic effect. For sale by M. A.
What greater and truer friend hns
humanity than the country editoi?
He laughs with you when you are glad,
weeps with you when vou are sad, and
sni!es at yon when you are mad. He
is both kind and wise, aud rarely hes,
but if he does it creates no surprise. He
has a heart ns well as cheek : is pos
sessed of spirit and yet is meek, and
for nil this he lives ou imeen cents a
If you have a friend in some other
Ptate that is likely to come here, and
is anxious to b-arn something concern
ing the couutry, just send them the
txPKEss for a year.
All narlies knowinsr themselves in
debted to me will plea.se call and settle,
as I need my money.
M. A. .MILLER.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
ChanRfil Every Week.
Spring chickens $4 00 per doz.
Old chickens $3 00 per d z.
Kroilers $3 T5 per doz.
Trucks $3 00 per doz.
tieeso ?!) 00 per doz.
Turkeys 12c per lb.
Sides 10c per lb.
Shoulders 8c per lb
Hams 111c per lb.
Butter 25e per lb.
Lard in pails $1 2- per can.
" " bulk Sc per lb.
So said Bui
Novelists and he
never spoke mere
truly, and he might
have added with equal force, that merit
is the essence of success. Wisdom's
Robertine is the synonym of merit, and
its historv is success. The magical ef
fects of tins preparation have been attest
ed by thousands of the lcaling ladies of
society and the stage. It is the onlv arti-i
clc ever discovered which gives a Arir
el and Beautiful tint to the complexion.
At t li at,i timt -f-1 wix. t ti rr nil mnnltrpc
of the face and ornis anil leaving the
skin soft, smooth and velvet v. It has
long been the study of chemists to pro
duce au article that while it would beau
tify the complexion would also have the
merit of being harmless, but these two
important qualities were never brought
together until combined in
I Have Just Received a Large and
Well-Selected Stock of
FROM 8 AN FRANCI8CO. .
My stock comprises everything
usually kept in a first-class millinery
store, embracing only the latest styles
and fashions, and all at prices that
MRS. G W. RICE.
Good Farm Property
I examine my own security, write
my own papers, and if title is perfect
can close business up in short order.
Call .on or write me.
S. N. STEELE,
With E. G. Beardslev,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Albany, Uheuox. ui2s
A FEW BARGAINS
Offered by Peterson & Wallace,
Real Estate Brokers.
Below you will find a list of a few
of the many bargains they have for
Mtlo in city and country property.
City lots from SIO to $150 good terms.
We have a number of improved lots,
including dwelling and business prop
erty, also a good hotel in a fine Uxatlon
can be bought reasonably and on good
terms. Also the following:
No. 15. Price $3000
200 acres Improved land 4 miles
fron city. Btock or grain farm.
So. id. Price $3000
36" acres Imprevcd land 1 mile from
city. Good for gardens or for raising
N. 17. Price $3000
100 acres Improved farm or fruit land
21 niiks from city.
No. 4. Price $600
20 acrca Improved bottom laud J
mile from city; well timbered.
No 12. Prhe f 2S0
10 acres 1 miles from eityoll sandy
loam; good for gardens and fruits.
No. 9. rrtee$5000
185 acres well Improved land 8 miles
No. 11. Price $6000
' 322 acre first-class stock and grain
farm 8 miles from city.
For further particulars concerning
the above or any other Information in
.cgard to Ileal Kstate address
Peterson & Wallace,
? Lebanon, Oregon.
Ten per nt Interest on Momy
lVlicn .You Cnn Got; It
CALL ON THE
Oregon Land Company
WESTWOOD POULTRY YARD!
J. P. HUFFMAN, Prop.
Breewlcr unit hirrwof tbnrmurh
hml Prri'lK. White mui Hiift
whin-.. I.icnt mvl tark Ilrtih
n. IjeiE-l'.ittis. rwc aivt sineU'-
Wynib1iHte. I'lyjn.mtli K'k.sa!id
Silver Fpj:i!.-.i Hamburg.
"W. It. GHAILVM,
ALBANY, - - - OREGON,
If as opened t lie largest and
finest line of suitings ever
brought to Albany. It
includes patterns for full
dn-s suit or coats, vests or
pants separately, and em
braces Mmie of the finest
of imported goods not seen
here before. Mr. Oraham
EMPLOYS SKILLED WORKMEN
A well ns the best quality
of goods. Those desiring
something really Cue
should call and
INSPECT HIS NEW PATTERNS.
llius on hand a lsre stock of
Call And Secure Prices.
STOP AND READ.
Smooth Shave and
Shampooing; and Spanish Lus
ter Cures the Scalp of
HOT: AND : COLD : BATHS.
Indulge in the
Next Door to Peterson & Wallace's Heal Estate
i. ix. nonusr,
rF VOU WISH A GOOD REVOLVER
nnoV8B SMITH & WESSON'S
and tb first ehokwof ail
experts, ljj cttUbres
double action, Safety Ham
merless and Target niodtds.
if hia peeled
for workmanahfD n;
flnftnht durability and cercy.
utt be deceived bv 4iwu wtalleabim irmn imitation
oftn sold for tbe pruuinu article. They are unie
liable and danfreroum. The Shitb Jt Wbcsov Hb
oltxrs are aiamued upon the barrels with flrm
id datrti of patent, and arearaa.i
Insist upon mavtiifr them, and rx
ymr dealer earraot ftnpply you, an order sent to ad-
earraot snoDlv too. an order sent toad-
treM he low wlH receive worn ok, acteiitiona Dvcriw
Uv CfttAlogue and prlcoaupnn appttcatiou.
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,
8wlss Lawns, Bishop and Victoria Trimmings,
Ribbons, Vatvsts, Plush l.i Many Shades,
Buttons, One Thousand Varieties
In fact everything to make a lath 's
even iairiy pparKIc. iSoth tlie Mam
moth store and the One Trice Cash
Store are the recipients of Immense
Stocks, and Montague proposes to
Hell them to the jeeple who deal in
in anv town in the State of Orecon
To those wise (?) ones who trot olT
to other tlian their home town to
purchase cheap John trash, pause
ere it lie too late; discard the idea
of buying anywhere but at home,
and then onlj of Montague, and
you will have your youth renewed,
your mind in serene content, and
100 cents' worth for your dollar
every time. No bait, no chromo.-.
no pteel or wood engravings of
awfully homely shoemakers does
Montague delude his customers
with, hut he DOKS give them the
choice of tne very lest g'xnls from
tke largest selection this Fide of
I'ortlar.d, at the most moderate
rices for cash or approved country
Tie who steals my purse steals trash
From the fact that I have emp
tied it in purchasing the above
named goods at panic prices, and
also in purchasing the daisiest lot of
Talk about other brands of shoe?
than the magnificent line kept by
Montague. Shoo, fly, don't bother
me; there is room enough in the
world for theo and me. AVc can
FIT anyone, and when Montague
Bays FIT he means it, and he is not
going to send you out of his palatial
stores with those abominable monsters
in leather which you may possibly
And in other establishments not a
thousand miles from our grand em
porium, ami which makes your feet
look as though you were a new arrival
from Chicago. No, do not make any
mistake when you want GOOD Boots
or Pliocs for mother, wife or sister,
the grandmother to the baby, the
grandfather to the last new hoy, but
be sure to call on Montague and se
cure what you may require in that
line. Every pair fully warranted.
How as to Clothing.
When the purse was emptied, as
above succinctly set forth, Monta?ui
was compelled to open another bar'l
for the purpose of sei-uring to our cus
tomers the latest novelties in line suits
as well as those Adapted to e very-day
wear. We are now opening up our
elegant designs in Oregon City Cloth
ing, California Cassiinere Clothing,
Men's Clothing, Youth's Clothing,
Boys' Clothing, all Imported Uoodx,
elegant-nttiiiff garments, nt scandal
ously low prices.
Montague has had over forty years
experience in selling goods, twenty of
which were spent among you right
here In Lebanon, And he now propones
to spend the evening of his life in giv
ing to one and all such prices as the
Jloaa Granger of Linn couuty never
dreamed or. Make Montague kuow
you are going to pay cash down and
no grumbling (the chronio grumbler is
a despicable creature), and ho will
make prices to you ail right.
MONEY ONCE MORE.
The people who promised to pay up
by the 1st of last January and failed to
connect may find their accounts where
it will not please them. Montague
does not propose to waste valuable
time in huvtingup these delinquents,
but will send the most forcible collec
tor he can employ to wile the dollars
due me from these mucrf-promising
and never-performing gentlemen. ,
CHAS. B. MONTAGUE.
THIS INTERESTS YOU
Wc invite you to
Groceries, ProvisiQns, Tobacco, CigarsT
Crockery, Glasswiare, Lamps Etc.
PURE GOODS &
Hides' Furs and all kinds
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. B. DON AC A.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon,1 Linn County, Or.
OYERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
The Mt Shasta Route.
Time Between Albany and San Fran
cisco, 35 Honrs.
California Exprvss Trains Run DaHy
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
i-C'fp. M..i.v Portland Ax.10:15 a. Ji-
s IS v. ....Lr...Albany l.T 6:lo a. m.
?:1a. y. Ar -San trancpco.-LT 7-QU r. x.
Local Puiftijctf Trains DaHy (except 8unday)
.Ar... hi r. m.
Xt.11:3.' x. X.
.Ly tf0 X. M.
!:40 r. M LT...A!baujr
:t) ! M....Ar Kugone
Local Pasaangar Trains Dally (axeapt Sunday)
S JO I". l-x Alaanjr Ar x. H.
! r. Ar U-banoa., . I.t 6:45 a. ji.
1:50 r. M....I.T ..AlbsRT Ar a.
: M r. u.-.t. Ixbantm I.r 8:40 x. m.
3 a. M....Lv... Albany.. Ar 4 M r. X
rl.v X40 r. x.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLKEPINO CARS.
For ? mi ui latin of Beoool-Class
ra-ssenptrn, attachrd to
Ki proas Trains.
Tho S. T. Ca't Ferry make- exnsfnion with
al! IH- tx'fr.ilar trains on the aftbid L:t. from
foot of r fc'.rcvl. rurtisna.
West Side Dlvlslcn.
PORTLAND and C0RVALLIS
Mall Train Dally (Except 8unday.
7 :W. 1D....I.T.... Piwtlaml ArfiS!0 . m.
l-'ri". p. di Ar. CrrliL .l.T 130 p. in.
At AHkinv a:td rarrnllis eouiwct with trains at
Express Tralx Dally (Except Sunday
p. m....t.T...roTiiaHr. ArJls.-MJa. ai.
SKW p. m.... Ar MrMmnvillc hvJ-AZa. m.
T J. 1 1 lllltM
SOUTH AUD EAST YIA CALIFORIIA.
-For ftill Infomtation rrpTm? rate. !eap
etc.. cull mi company's agent al Allanv.
U. KOKHJ.KU, E. I'. KfxiKRS.
Wallace r AvL G. F. Pass. AsenL
Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878.
NOTICE FOB PCBLICATIOX.
rsrrFD Ptatf 1.ao omcr. 1
Onw-KiN ;itt, tropTjn. M.treh 31, lSSft. f
pj OTITIC I? HKRKBY CIVKS THAT IS COM-
' plianop aii h Hie pnivonn f the art of t'on
im of Jtute S. lsTH. enliiW-l -An wl f- the iw!e
rf timber lmil in tht-Slxtesof I 'alifornia, Oreguu,
ScTaila, ami Washington Territory,"
THOMAS J. MILLER,
Of Ix'hnnnn. count r of IJnn, Ptate of Orein. ha
thlilv fl!el in thN f!iee his fwnrn Maiement
Si. 3, tor Uk ixirelia.- of the K. E. cif se
lion No. 10, lit Mwnship No. 12 ulh, raiiiK N. 2
ex., an.l will oift-r proof to .how thxt the bind,
xiaht i more yalnnhkr ftr its timber nr ne
limn fxr airrieiillural ptinxie. and to establish
bit claim (o sai 1 latpl before the nfriMi-r aixl
twelver of this office at On pon ( itv, t(repn, on
Monday, the i"th day of Aucnst. 1y0.
He nainex a wltnewie Geo. Hale, Wra. ITale,
S. M. tinrlaiid and J. K. Squires, all of Irbanon,
Linn rotinty, Orvpon.
Any nnd all prsons rlalmin adversrly the
bove-dexTilHd lands are nn?ted to tile" their
claims to this oflice on or h-fre sid 5th tliiy of
Autntrt. 1KW. J. T. AI'l'EKSOX. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon Otv. Orern,
April 9, IS!.
NOTICE IS HEREBY C5TVEN THAT THE FOL
lowine named settler lias filed notice of hia
intention to make final proof in snp.ort of hH
elnhn. and that said proof will be made before the
Contily Jude or in his ale:Me before the t'ounty
ierk'of L:nn eonntT, at Albany, Oregon, on
Monday, June :M, l.HHO. vU:
SWAN I'ETEIt JOHNSON.
Homestead Entry No. rft for Ilie N. 11 at . E. 'U
and S. t of S. E. 'i of See. 1. Tp. 12 S..R.1H
lie names th following witnesses to prove hH
mntimiotiK reidet-e npon and etdtivalion of said
bind, vis: f. F. Simons, liedell. u. Send ley and
J. M. Pillions, all of Lolamm, I. inn eotmtv. Ore
Con. J. T. Al'l'ERSON. Keafcter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at RoSKBrnn. Oreton, 1
April 11th. 10.
Votloe Is hereby (tiven that the followinjr-named
settler has filed noth-e of his intention to make
final proof in supitort of his claim, and that said
proof will lie made before tlie jud?e or in his nb
cnee before the clerk of the county court of liinn
eon nt v. Oregon, at Altwny, Ora.ou, on Saturday
May 81st, lsiw, vU:
Homestead Entry No. nsni. Tor the S. J of S. W.
H and N. , of 8. E. i,Sec. 10, Tp. 14 8..R. 1 Ea-st..
He names the followine witnesses to prove his
continuous residence npon and cultivation of said
land, vis: William MeClnre, Jneoh Busth, Oliver
KusnpU, Peter t'alkerson, all of Siveet Home. Linn
county, Orejfou. CHAS. W. JOHNSTON.
7 . ' Kepristcr.
The Celebrated French Gure,
rrarra.lcd ' ADUDfiniTIWC" r money
Is Soi.b ox a
to en re any
form of nervous
dixenia, or any
disonlxr of the
gans of ritlior
Isina from the AFTER
Of Stimulant. Tnhxeea or iminm.
rtlimush yuuthful indiscretion, over inditlK
noe, Ac, such aa Los of Urain Firwer, Wskeful-
ow, ueariiia noirn l ams in tne Kark, Seminal
Weak ties. II ystcria. riervons Frostration Nocturn
al Kiniar.loo. fMicorrlKra. liiKneas, Wexk Men
nrj, 1hs of FoM-eraud Imvwteiicy. which H ne
iriccted ofton lead to promatnreold afreaml iiuuin
tty. Friec l.00 a bov. boxes for f5.u bent by
mail on rocorpt of price.
A AV U I TT K N 1 1 V A It A NTF.K for every t tO
order, to refund Ilie motiev If a Ierma-nt
eiM-e is net effceted. Thousands of testinu..als
from old and ywune. of both sexes, permanent)?
rored bv ArtiRoniTiNic Clrenlar fre. jMrirea
THE APHRO MEDIOltME CO.
BOX 27 I'OKTLANB, OK
Hole AuentX'or Ijobunoli, Or.
come and look through oin Mam-
moth Stock of
of Country Produce taken in exchange for ffGodsL
NEW STORE and FRESH GOODS!
We have opened a New Store
Peebler & Buhl's Old StanD,
And wish to announce to the people of
Lebanonon and vicinity that -
WE HAVE COME TO STAY.
Give us your support, for we 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, ever3Tthing that can
be found in a first-class
S. P. BACH.
13E:A.IiI -Sc HOLT,
Pure Drugs axd Medicines
Paints, Oils uud Olitftsi.
Fine Perfumer3,Bmslies& Combs
CIOAES AND FANCY TOIIET ARTICLES.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
IT LOOKS JUST LIKE HER,
Only It Flatters Her.
Don't You Think So?
.' Such Is the Comment on Photo
' graphs Taken by Wilcox.
Don't be afraid of breaking tbe glass,
ior hcox testa all instruments
on bimself, so be knows tbey
will stand anj-lxxly.
We Guarantee Satisfaction to Each
and Every One.
Gallery on Main Street.
GEO. L. WILCOX.
All parties conteioTlatinsr
any other purpose whatever would do well to call on
HUMPHREY & TAYLOR,
At his lumber yard at this place or at the sawmill.
We have on hand a first-class stock of -
Rough and Clear Lumber.
Bills of all kinds filled on short notiS,
Give me a call 1
Before Purcliasins? Elsewhere.
Humphrey & Tay
IS OUR MOTTO. 1
building, or lpsinn Inml