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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1890)
FRIDA.Y . .OCTOBER 3, 185XX
EYES AND EARS!
Still they come.
Tut on your coal.
Don your goaaaruer.
4 1VuM forget U umbrella.
VTkey ers coming to stay.
'tlalWlng material Is lejjnl tender.
Lumber $3 and $9 per M at Wheeler 'a
Moratory fowls proclaim the p-ft-oachlug
s foart H. AlU-n was registered at the
y u Charles recently.
A. pood ruin fell ia this part of the
If yon want a Rood crop of wheat,
(WW etuiy la the fall.
Henry Parrlah two sick horses
cause, water founder.
' Huff. Hlatt Is a (rain 111; this time he
la confined to his room.
I? T XflllnK I. I, .til. It....
Main street Is Wing graded after the
moat aftproved city siyl.
Itemember that M. A. Miller keeps
full supply of school books.
Eureka meat market for fair dealing.
Lire and let live, Is my motto.
John Hants will begin work on Wm,
JBetkcrford'a dwelling in a few days.
Our prlncliml streets are being graded
and otherwise put in first-class order.
Klrt-cla8 cabinet photos only ti 50
per dos. by Bilges for a few days only.
According to I,ane county papers,
timber land locators are not always
J. A. nripsa, photographer. Uallery
u public square, Lebanon, for a few
J. O. Reed has hops of all acc and
In all conditions of flesh which he,
offers for sale.
Smith A Hammaek, of Tallman,
bare handled about 75,000 bushels of
grain this fail.
Rev. MeTlroy will build a residence
In the Cowau addition; lumber ia al
ready on the ground.
Krijrgs' photos are first class. Call
and see them. Gallery oa the public
aquare, Lebanon, Or.
Old plumes, tips and feathers dved
Tid re-curled by Mrs. Nellie B. Smith,
milliner and dressmaker.
Jumping from present indications, it
Is dunitu I if the street sprinkler will
be seen again before June.
Mr. Lawrence ascended the bell
tower last Friday and sketched our
town from this lofty perch.
If Lebanon could only furnish houses
for ail the applicants for shelter, her
population would be greatly swollen.
Win. Rethtrford, having g14 his res
idence, has bought lots in another part
rf town and will build another dwell
ing. TMed, at Hwect Horn, Sept. 2, ltt,
Ariel J. Prill, eon of Dr. A. O. and
Anna C. Trill, aged 2 mouths and fl
Hare you noticed the five dwellings
tinder construction on Bridge Avenue?
Others will be built in this part of town
Our school board were negotiating
last meek with one Mr. Cochran for
shade trees to set on the public school
If yon like the Kxprrss, whisper
your compliments gently; If you do not
litre ft, proclaim it aloud so that all
J. J. Swan moved Into Judge Miller'?
residence this week. He will occupy
Urtsfcouse until his own dwelling fa
completed. To rent, three bed rooms and two
wfflce rooms of comfortable dimen!on,
over Variety store. Inquire of H. Y.
The strong Indications of rain for the
tast week have, by creating a desire
for shelter, given an impetus to the
It is the opinion of some that pota
toes will command a good price before
Mtrinir. on account of the light crop on
the valley lands.
The Oregon Presbytery of the
- Cumberland Presbyterian church will
convene in Lebanonon Thursday, Oct.
th, at 7:30 p. M,
Our friend W. K. Temple was taken
sick while baling s( raw near Tallman
last week, since whicn time we have
not heard from him.
Charley Wilson, our drayman, won
er where the owners of the house
bold goods which crowd the depot, are
going to stop this winter.
John Beard has repainted two or
more of hia himm nwnttr Tnhn I.
getting hold ef some valuable property
Lebanon Is to have a tailor shon.
Mr. O. Lovely, of Portland, a cutter
nd fitter of many years experience,
will oren on Monday next.
If the O. Ry. time table which we
received this week Is any criterion,
passengers bound for points south
must be at Tallman at 3:40.
We stated last week that E. R.
Skipworth had bought property in
Lebanon, whereas it was his mother
tii at bad bought real estate.
The Warm Spring Indians wranned
their drapery about their comelv forms
wa Tuesday and beaded for the land of
sage brush and smoked venison.
Our customer all Speak highly in
praise of tst Patrick's Fills. They are
the best. Berrt Bros., Carroll, Ne
braska. For sale by M. A. Miller.
"The ladies of the M. E. church will
rive a social next Friday evening at
Union hall. Everybody cordially in
vited. Refreshments at the usual price.
Our conespondent at I .acorn b te
either busy selling goods or delving for
coal at any rate we haven't heard
rm him lately. Let us hear from you.
G. Lovely will open a' tailor shop in
a few days in the store building south
of Beard A Holt's drug store. Latest
.styles of fine woolens will be kept in
Are you in love? If so, marry the
Idol of your affections and then go to
-Matthew & Washburn's, at Albany,'
iMJy a stove or range, raise a large fam
ily and be happy.
John S. Baker, contractor, builder
amd designer. Drawings and specifi
cation neatly and promptly executed.
Lebanon, Oregon. Give me a call be
fore letting contract.'.
Ji. Cv Mi Her informs us he will make
apuMic sale of hi s entire stock, includ
ing horses, cattle, hogs, and general
supply of farm implements, on his farm
four miles sooth of Lebanon, -
The autumn style of neckwear in
these parte, is a handkerchief saturated
With some unctuous substance, and we
have concluded that bad colds are re
sponsible for toe prevailing fashion.
We heard an Albany man say that
tie had examined our gas field, and that
t is genuine natural gis; moreover, be
expressed the wih that the -eitv in
wOi itiii lie lives had soicetliiri aioio.
Northern Pacific ImloatHal Expotd
tion tickets on sale Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays of each week, lim
ited to ten days, at ftf 60 for round trip,
Instead of $0, as formerly announced.
Fred is mourning the los f his girl.
It promises to go hard with tho young
ninu; during Ida mental aberrations
this week he went out on Bherumn
street and fed a steam saw for a half
Lk lit the thlrtv-two columtiB nf
the Express this week, the variety of
news, the local and general Informa
tion, and tell us what more could lie
expected for the paltry sum of $2.00
Mrs. Rheinhardt and Mrs. Klmr. of
pweei ttome, were goinjr to church
am Mnntiay when they were thrown
from the wagon by the inequalities of
the road and consequently were some
Doiwi want the earth? If so, call
on Matthews Washburn, Albany,
Or., and they will take pleasure in
showing you the largest and most com
plete line or ham ware, stoves and
ranges in the valley.
The members f the Lebanon Hornet
Band are such high steppers since
thev received their uniforms that It I
difficult to distinguish hay foot from
straw foot: however thev have not
forgotten how to play.
When you are const! rated, with loss
of appetite, headache, take one of Ir.
J. It. McLean's Little Liver and Kid
ney Pillets. They are pleasant to take
aud will cure you. 23 cents a .vial.
For sale by Beard ft Holt.
A great many kinds of business are
represented in Lelmnon, and yet there
Is an nenlns: for a few more Industrie.
such as woolen mfll, a tannery, a loot
and shoe factory, a pulp mill aud a few
others that we could name.
The camn fire which was eriveu bv
the l. A. R. at Union hall last Satur
day night drew a full house. The
program was Interesting to the au
dlence and the financial results were
satisfactory to the "boys In blue."
On Mondav of this week the little
girls laid aaide their dolls, the boys
housed their veloeipedfs, the young
men addressed their last epistles to
their sweethearts, and all entered
school with a determination to work.
The bird's-eve view of Lebanon by
our amateur artist, Melvin Williams,1
Is a sketch of considerable merit. Wheu
the Lebanon Exthess assumes the
proportions of Haiper's Weekly, we
shall want just sucb an artist on our
Huirh Nixon returned M tmIc
from a ftTP.Uwkn' miniirn In tlia
Quartzvllle mines on the Hantlam. He
brought some ore from his several
claims which looks well and Indicate
that his mines are of considerable
Hops on theSantiam bottom escaped
the ravages of the hop louse. The
rapid growthof the vine in this section
caused the ppsky vermin to be left far
in the rear. It takes an early riser and
an industrious climber to keen abrenst
of the crops hereabout.
If your kidneys are inset I ve. vou will
feel and Uik wretched, even In the
most cheerful society, and melancholy
on the joliiest occasions, Tr. J. it.
McLean's Liver and Lidnev Balm will
et you right again, f 1.00 per bottle.
i or sale by Heard & Holt.
A nun who claimed to have had
some experience with natural pas was in
ur town last wees and examined our
gas field by day, and if you want to 1
contradicted flatly, tell him that the
prospect is untavorabie or that we have
no natural gas in Lebanon.
As soon as our cas fields are devel
oped no joke new industries will
spring up as quickly as the fern stalk
in the spring of the year. Rrangers
are Inquiring, schemers are planning,
manufacturers figuring and the masses
are looking approvingly on.
Til nlancholr tinys are come.
The rorklr! of th vi-nr;
Th tvpo' Min.1. th editor dtimh.
Ana jt the delinquent oath imx appear.
Some time mayhap hp'll wander biu-k
Toward the printer' fcmely 1en,
RepVui-h mir rminv havriark
And rtart aftvah the abAmtoned pen.
Five minutes after the rain U-iran to
t M on Wednesday, picket fence iu
town had grown three inches taller.
moss-cove rod gate posts were convulsed
with laughter, three acres of dog fennel
I arked approval, aud four loose wssron
tires were endowed with mirthful
Obscrvrtion will teach you that the
man who drives awav from his own
town to trade, generally has loose tires
on his watrou. the end-arate of his
wagon box is generally out and his
harness Is invariably patched with
raanilla twine. There is a cause for all
this, and sooner or later the luckless
trader will find it out.
We were Just a little two previous
for the G. A(. R.; we bad a camp fire
at Tallman Friday night, and the exer
cises i as tea until iz-.hu p. m. or until
the train came in. If the soldiers at
Lebanon had no more enjoyable time
than we had, we are in favor of being
mustered out of service.
A paper published In Josephine
county says "the foundation is laid
for the new brick bank and the air is
full of mechanices framing timbers,
mixing mortar and laying brick."
Taking the editor's own statement, this
is the clearest case of air castle build
ing we have heard of, and yet he saj B
the town has never had a boom.
The Sodaville hacks are no longer
running between Lebauon and this
health resort. If one is seeking health
he will find these waters as effectual in
the restoration of bodily health in De
cember as they are in July, tnough the
surroundings may not be so agreeable in
the former as in the latter month.
To make the Lebanon Literary So
ciety interesting and beneficial, it is
necessary that all perform the parts
assigned them. We hope that the so
ciety will not be compelled to enforce
any or tne restrictive .laws or fines, but
that the membership will act from
higher motives thau compulsion or
penalties can inspire,
Oregon farmers have not grown rich
this year for the days of sudden for
tunes are over but they have had an
averaee harvest, and they can draw
consolation from a comparison of an
Oregon harvest with crops in many of
the Western States. A murmuring,
complaining Oregonian farmer could
not be trusted to grow crab apples in
The Lebanon Literary Society, at Its
meeting on Monday night last, adopted
a constitution and by-laws. The
question for discussion on next Monday
evening is, "Resolved, that the right to
vote should lie extended to women."
Prof. R. N. Wright and M. A. Miller
are the leadi ng disputants. Remember
the time of next meeting, Monday
evening, Oct. 6.
Where is the consistency in suppress
ing the Louisiana lottery and at the
same time fostering nickel gambling
Institutions in every town that is large
enough to support a postoffiec? The
insignificant lottery prizes awarded at
Cnut. stands and other business
tses differ in degree but not in kind
from the Louisiana lottery, which has
proven so leprous to character.
Nothing seems easier or more natural
than for writers of our day to write ad
visory letters for the boys and girls.
Our experience is that grown people
stand more in need of advice than the
young. It is not the unsophisticated,
but those who wear beard, and also
that other class that bang their bair
and wear hi-rh-heeled shoes, that are
ttifi eourcs of aaostof cur troubles. ,
There w an unprecedented rush
forjllach's earner store this week. Some
one, with the design of joking Stephen,
placed in his display window a placard
leading, "To Ihs Riven away."' The
news K read like Sampson's fo'x fire In
the grain fields of the Philistines, til.l
tinie customers lauded hi generosity
and scores of strangers pledged Iheir
patronage. Stepheu soon divined the
cause, removed the loquacious Joker
from his window and the knot of cus
The Blue Point sociable, last Friday
evening, was not very largely attended,
but those present had a very enjoyable
time. A short program was rendered,
and a delicious lunch was served by
young ladies wearing blue point aprons
and caps. The blue point aprons and
caps were hot the least attractive fea
ture of the entertainment. Some boys,
Id enough to have relinquished their
hold on their mother's or anyone's
apron strings, seemed to have quite an
attachment for the blue points.
A stock grower living near town had
a herd of calvea In his pasture Tues
day morning browsing and apparently
contented. Wednesday a refreshing
rain visited this section, and knowing
that Oregon grass comes with a hop,
skly and Jump, he became alarmed for
his stock and attempted to remove
them to the barren granite hills near
by; but In this he waa foiled. Up to
Thursday noon he bad not seen or
beard of them, and the presumption is
that they were smothered by the grow
J. 1L Olbhard returned last Wed
nesday from an extended trip through
I)akota, Nebraska, Iowa and Minne
sota. He left here last June, and he
tells us that he has seen no rain since
he left. He helped his son harvest
forty acres of grain In Nebraska that
yielded 67 bushels In the aggregate.
Ileal-toaays that hailstone welching
two pounds fell at Sioux Falls, Minn.,
not a great many miles from where he
was stopping. Tell us, ye Oregonlans,
hojr you would like to live iu a coun
try where it rains Icebergs?
Montague must le preparing for a
boom, judging by the way he Is slock
ing up his Mammoth and One-Price
Cash Stores. By purchasing his gotds
lrsuch laree quantities he naturally
gets much lower prices. He guaran
tees good pixsls In all the deportments
of his extensive establishments at
prices that alsolute1y astonish other
merchants In the valley, some of them
going so far as to say that Montague
retails his goods as low as they buy
them at wholesale. The careful buyer
In variably goes to Montague's.
Geo. P. Harris and Mr. Smith, of
Albany, returned from the Quartcville
mines this week and report consider
able activity In that mining camp.
The lumber, with which to erect a
building for the quarts mill which was
recently shipped in, is already on the
ground, men are busy framing timbers
and in a short time the mill will be in
oHration. A gentleman claiming to
represent Walker Bros., of Ix-nver,
Col., has just visited the dUtriet, and
says the outlook la more promising
lhau he anticipated.
The Onc-Prlco Cash 8tore has be
come one of the features of Lelanon.
As everything Is new and fresh, and the
prices are so much below that charged
in credit-giving establishments, pen
pie who desire to buy their goods
for cash naturally go to the corner,
where thuy do not have to make up to
the storekeeper for the non-paying cus
tou e.K who, when thej- can do so, buy
on credit, and who are constitutionally
opposed to pnyiu? for anything. (Set
prices at the One-Price Cash Store and
If there is any reason In you that is the
place where you will purchase your
Mr. John Keown, Ihe worthy po-t-master
at Keown, Allegheny County,
Penn., says: "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy sells better than any other."
The reason of this is because it can al
ways le depended upon. Iet any one
troubled with a severe cold give It a
trial and they will find that the first
dose will relieve the lungs and make
breathing easier, and that its continued
use will free thesystemof all symptoms
of the cold. The promptness pns cer
tniuty of this remedy in the relief and
cure of colds, has w-on for it mviy
sineero friends and made It very popu
lar. For sale by M. A. Miller.
Notice la hereby given to our butter
customers of Lebanon, that we have
made arrangements with Messrs. Rob
erts and Thompson, of the Cash store
of C. B. Montague, to deliver the butter
to customers on Friday evening of each
week, as usual, at that house, aud it
will be a great favor to us If all will
pay the cash when the butter Is re
ceived, as most of them do, for we
have no time to deliver butter, keep
books or collect bills. It Is our present
purioee to furnish all customers with
butter the coming winter who gave us
their patronage through the summer
when prices were low, although we are
offeree! SO cents per pound for all we
can make, but be It understood that
from Oct. 1, 1800, we do strictly a cash
business. Hepy, J.H.Marks.
A BIO LEAKAGE.
ur. Lamberson shipped about one
thousand pounds of chittim bark Tues
day. This Is perhaps the last ship
ment of the season. There have been
shipped from Lebanon and vicinity
this season 110 tons of this bark, at a
cost of ?75 per ton, distributing among
tne laboring classes $8,250. For an in
dustry that is just In its infancy, these
figures are certainly very promising.
The extracts which arc manufactured
from this bark by a simple process is
worth in the market approximately
$30,000. We allow then a profit to
the Eastern manufacturer of $2,000 In
one season, and from this one locality.
Here is the leakage in money matters.
Ve realize, it is true, a fair profit on
the productions of the country and
allow Eastern men to grow rich in
their manufacture. Just as long as
this state of things is a; lowed to con
tinue will our State be the lawful prey
of Eastern manufacturers, who
contiuue to extract the kernel
leave Orcgonians the hull.
Kotlce to Dairymen.
The public is hereby notified that,
on account oi a cnange in business, we
now offer for sale our entire stock of
dairy cattle, consisting of cows, heifers
and heifer calves: also one bull, half-
grade Ilolstein aud Jersey, from regis
tered s! ocK. I he cows are from one
half to three-fourths Jersey grade; the
heifers and calves are one-fourth Hol-
stein and half to threeifourths Jersey.
Heifers of this stock have made a
pound of butter per day at 2 years old
when fresh. Will sell at low prices.
All dairymen are-requested to give us
a can, or anyone wanting gooa Riticti
cows will find us on the farm of R.
Cheadle, two miles south ot Lebanon.
J. II. Marks.
The people of this town and vicinity
will take notice that Lebanon now has
a first-class restauraut. If yen want a
good, square meal, go to the City res
taurant; it wni cost you only lis cents;
and you can get lunch from 10 cents
up, at all hours, day or night.
Three Families Arrested oi the Streets
Of Albany, by the magnificent display
of hardware, stoves and ranges at Mat
thews & Washburn's, who carry the
largest assortment in the valley.
Croupy suffocations, night coughs
and ail the common affections of the
throat and lungs quickly-relieved by
Dr. J. H. McLeans Tar Wine Lung
Balra. For sale by Beard & Holt,
Will Stiles, of Albany, is in town.
Mrs. Dr. Negus has been sick for sev
James Davidson went to Portland
A. W. Moses returned from Seattle.
Luther Coshow passed through Leb
anon tins vecK.
F. II. Rosooe of Albany was In Leb
Miss Maud Ralston Is recovering
from at severe Illness.
Dr. Reese and his son Bran her called
at tills olUee Tuesday.
K. E. ITammack. of Tallman, waa In
town on business Monday.
Miss Addlo Smith will make Albany
her home for a few months.
Our old friend M. T Llndsey gave
us a pleasaut call this week.
Miss Flora Etui berg, of Santtaui,
called at our office last. Friday.
Thos. Raich, who lives near Browns
ville, was In Lebauon Monday.
S. P. Barger, of Brownsville, was in
Lebauon Wednesday on business.
fleo. Gross, nf Waterloo, was In tswn
Wednesday. He says his wife Is very
Mrs. J. M. Ralston and Mrs. McLesn,
of Albany, are the guests if Charles
Ralston this week.
Rev. Sklpworth and wife are at pres
ent stopping in Lebanon. Mr. Skip-
worth will tul Id soon.
O. V. Standlsh. of Brownsville, whs
at the camp fire given by thtf U. A. R.
Saturday evening last.
Rev. 11. S. Wallace, from Ptigel
sound, was visiting his brother-in-law,
H. O. Wallace. tbUweek.
Ed. Ho iston. our eood-natu to i-
ductor on the lcbntmn express train.
has been resting a few days.
Miss Ijcna Gray, daughter of Dr.
Oray, of Allmny, spent a few davs last
ween in our cuy, tne cut-si oi Miss
Prof. R. N. Wrlcht was compelled to
curtail his wadding tour, as the public
school oiened under his prlucipalsblp
Rev. C. Snerrv of Brownsville called
ou us Weduesduy. He rejwrts an In
teresting meeting in progress at Proxl
Jack Hickman and wife returned
from Kitson's springs last Thursday.
Jack speaks highly of these springs as
t health resort.
John Harrison and wife were In lown
this week. They formerly lived In
Itrownsville and are lust from Eastern
Oregon to this place.
H. C. Kleppler will return to Ten
nessee In a few weeks to attend to some
business, snd will accomnanv hi
sii-ter-lu-law to Oregon ou his return
Mr. Mayberry, who recently bought
real estate in town, will leave ti ls
week for Bend City, where lie has lecn
'ngaged to teach a five month's term
Sherifl Mat Scott and Miss Eva Scott
were over from AlUsny hist Saturday.
Mat Is not "puffed up" since his eteva
Hon to office, but Is its friendly as he
was before election.
F. M. Miller's family snd Miss Oil e
Armstrong will leave for the East next
Monday. They will si e id the winter
in Iowa and Ohio. The Judge will
Join his family In a few months.
Rev. J. J. Bowersox of the Evangel
ical church called at the ExPKKsaoftlct
Tuesday. He reports a good meeting
In progress at Liberty school house,
betwev-n this place and Sweet Home.
Sam Miller and his brother Frank
lift Tuesday f.r Challis. Idado. Well.
boys. If the cold chills dou't chase one
another up and down your spina)
coulmns, we know nothing about Ida
Geo. T. Peebler, of Pendleton, Uma
tilla county, came down to Lebanon
two weeks since, after an atwenee ol
thirteen years. He says there havt
leen many changes since he left Lel
anon. He is at present one of the noted
stock-raisers of Umatilla county.
BET. J. SC. PRICK.
The following letter may be of Inter
est to the friends of the unfortunati
man, Rev. J. M. Price:
Sai,f.m, Or., Sept 28, 1S0O.
Rev. G. S. Hanleltcr, Lebanon fear
Sir.' I am Instructed by Dr. Lane,
superintendent of the O. I. A., to In
form you that J. M. Price has so far
recovered as to be able to go home, pro
vided some one accompanies him. H
would not be troublesome at all on the
way, being snly weak-minded, and he
Is anxious to do whatever is required
of him. Yours respectfully,
E. L. IRVIN'E,
Second assistant physician.
a rand Military Ball.
The Lebanon Cornet Band will give
a grand military ball at Union hall,
Lebanon, on Friday evening, Oct. 10
The band will spare no pains to make
this the ball of the season. An orches
tra of six pieces, with Trof. W. W.
Crawford as conductor, will furnish
ihe music. " The L. C. B., in their ele
gant new uniforms, will lead the grand
inarch. All brass bands, societies, mil
itary and fire companies wilt appear in
full uniform. Tickets, including an
elegant supper at the St. Charles hotel.
Tak It Before llreakfant.
The irreat appetiser, tonic and liver regulator.
In me fbr store than SO yean In England. Poat-
rflve peclfic for liver complaint. Bad tante In the
mouth m arising in the morning, dull pain In
the head and back of the eye, tired reeling1 dii
tlncsa, languor sytnpton of liver complaint.
Remedy Dr. Henley' English Pandelion Tonle.
Relieves constipation, Khnrponn tho appetite and
tnc up the entire vtem. tiet the genuine from
your dniggbit for tl.OO ami taka according to di
ections. " Excitement
Runs high In Lebanon at Beard &
Holt's drug store over Hystem lluilder,
as everbody is using It for Catarrh of
the Stomach, Dyspepesia, Consumption
and Impure Blood. Try It and tell
your friends about It, as it must possess
wonderful merits when all speak well
of it. . - -
The rat Lady
That always looks so pleasant, says go
to Matthews Washburn, Albany, Or.,
to buy stoves and ranges, because they
only keep the best and always do as
they agree to.
Posta, Boarda and Shingles for Sale.
I have on hand a full supply of the
above of the best quality, delivered
here in Lebanon.
C. C. Hacki.eman.
Our congressmen are-often stygma
tized as lazy, but sucn Is not tne case.
There are in that assembly standing
committees which 'cannot be filled by
the indolent or by men of sedentary
habits: but they stand during the pro
tracted sessions of Congress, if we un
Timber and mineral resources of
Linn county made known on applica
tions, at this office. Mining stock in
the Calapooia and Blue River districts
sold at the Expkess office. For par
ticulars call and see our specimens and
' read our descriptive pamphlets.
SUALL I F..HIURATKT
A friend showed us a letter this week
from a gentleman In Kansas who,
judging from the tone of the corre
spondence, represents scores of dissat
isfied farmers who tiro looking for a
better country. Notwithstanding the
lavish expenditures which have lceu
made In advertising Oregon, compara
tively few of the people lu many of
the States have even a tolerable knowl
edge of our resources, our productions
and our facilities for transportation.
To avoid disappointment and conse
quent dissatisfaction, perhaps It would
le well for communities wishing to
bct!er their condition to select some
man or company of men of good Judg
ment to come aud make a personal In
8ection of the country. Illght now,
let us say that men of limited resources
coming to this country with no other
end lu view than to tsiom growing
towns by adding to their population,
will find ton many conietltoii for us
to guarantee lucrative employment In
this ovcr-crawded field. Our country
is broad, our resources are not yet made
known, and very few if our people
who are Industrious, frugal aud of good
habits, ever saw the Inside of a poor
house. By balancing these traits
against your own, vou can readily de
cide the question of emigrating to this
"The Jersey I.lly."
Akcilkska Cottauk, L. B., July 2.
Gentlemen: Altho' It is very unusual
for ma to use any lotions or
washes, still. In answer to your
request, 1 have trlecl Wisdom's
Violet Cream aud Rohertine. The
former I consider espeelHlly eillcacious
In cases of roughness of the skin, and
I have leeii using It every day for the
last fortnight. I have found the
Roicrlloe au excellent preparation In
cnaees of tan, sunburn, etc., caused bv
exposure to Mareh winds and a July
sunr r Yours faithfully,
L.I I.I.IK IjAJiaTItY
To Messrs. Wisdom Co.
We wish tossy to our old customers.
ami also nev ones, that we are prepar
ed to furnish well seasoned lumtier.
made from soft mountain fir, at the
Second Hear ...... 5!!.
i"l.-ar .... m .. lmi
Cli-arlM - , 1 ,1.00
reliving, boxing aud ttiiibeni 7.0L'
A tour mill in Wlrlsburg. Linn Co..
Oregon J en k i nqs A Co.
Clod It leasing to Humanity.
So Saji an Oregon lioiur Slnely Yean Old.
FnttixTllnnVB. or.. Much IS.
fhareiwl the Okh'iON KIPNKV TH an.1
tthtaitif-d immediate relief. It In trod a Mewing ti
litimniiltv I take pieaMire In recommending h
to the alHlptcd. I am now nearly nliif-tv yenr
old, came Oregon in lmi In the employ of tm
Hislmn liar (niiwnjr. and aince I iM'giiii iiiic
i urn imwiu.i MD.M.I l f.A l rtiM'y rl health
PRESBYTERIAN CIM'RCH A. Marcello. pit
t. 8frvire every bahlaih at 11 A. M. and 7
P.M. Snl.Uuh M-hiol at HI .1. M. Prayer meet
ing WedtieKlay evening at 1 M o'clock. AU el
eouie. Estray Notice.
CAMK TO TIIK PI.ACK OF THE fSrKR
tgnml. U mile rct of Imitation, on or
itwxit evpt,-mlier l"t. one bay mre S years old.
hl".e hind fc-t. Utar In forehead, anip ivn-, nhorl
nane. no brand. Owner will pteaxs call, ret ait
Itnal and pay charge. tf. L MihikK,
NOTICE IS tlF.RF.RT CJtVEK Til T TIU
c-rrlnerhi heretofore extMing lietween
I. P. Hhn ami A. H. IHII. partner li-dng biifi
H' under Ihe firm name of Ilnhii A Crlll. ha
ttil day been dtvdvet ttr mutunl omnrnl; J. I.
iinhu tvaHiiime all Uubllitkaof the firm.
1. P. IIIHX.
a. u. mux.
Sweet riotne, 8eit. 15.
rr ' l j z i
I'i-' f"i at a i-i n 1 1
cures ua Mnnn
Bheamatlsm, Neuralgia, Corns
HEAOAOHK, And ALL PAIN.
Tfc CaUfarala PsaltW aci X ra'Wa
ELIOTRIO COUGH CUBE
cuntt coiot. crow, cosurm.
l.U y all DrcMi.u. Eaeh 36e, Ua 4 tl
Oraatalngar St Oa , Prwp'a. Los Angalea, Oal,
HI1VHD At HOLT,
Agents for Lebanon, Or.
THE CRY OF MILLIONS!
oh. jurv BKGKt
TOP IT NOW.
OON IT Will TOO LATE.
I ha ve been troubled many years wit h
diseaae of the kidneys and ha
sought aid Irora ainerem pnysicians
without relief. About the 15th ol April
I was anflerina; from a ery violent
attack that almost prostrated me la
such a manner tnat waa oent orer.
When t sat down it was almost Impossible for tne
to set up alone, or to put on my clothes, when
kind ProTtdence sent lw. Henler. with the
OREGON KIDN'RY TEA, to my
hotel. I immediately commenced
a sins; the tea. It had an almost
miracahma effect, and to the aston
ishment of all the snesta at the hotel.
ia few days,! am happy to Mate,
that I waa new man. I wil
recommend the tea to all
as I bare been.
O. A. TOPPER,
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
banta Koaa, Cal.
Has Just Received
0E OF THE FINEST STOCKS
TUT EVER CUE TO 1LBAHI.
When in Albany, stop and take a peep
at tnem ir you ao not nuy.
E. C. SEAFLS.
-DEALER IN .
BOOTS & SHOES, DRY GOODS,
Sole Agency for Ludlow's Fine Shoes.
Prices Always the Lowest
I'll I.NKI I tjl I". Ill KINGS.
(From the 0-l).ea Review.)
It Is quite protmble every hoimo la
Piincvlile will be occ upied this winter.
tlntss ou t It rpowi Is drying up very
fust, find a good shower of rain is needed
On Monday evening a meeting was
hdtl nt the nllenee of It. Uraham
and a Union Hunday school was or
gun I zed.
Farmers are i.nsy hauling In wheat
and delivering to the flouring mill. This
looks lietter tbau It did lust year to see
I hem lint'.llng wheat and flour from
Although this has liccn one of the
most productive seasons In this county
I here has been for years, a numbcf of
old timers want to leave aud seek better
locations. Why they should want to
leave Just as the country is beginning
to prosper is a mystery.
Iast Monday forenoon- Mrs. Rcnlck
Jess-Miiet with a painful and serious
accident, by being thrown from a load
of hay. Iii'the fa! I her left leg was bro
ken in two places, the large bone Just
below the knee, and liotli bones above
the ankle, the end of the smaller bone
protruding through the flesh.
There may be persona In this com
munity who are at times troubled with
colic, or subject to attacks of bowel
complaint, it so, they should try
t liHtuiM-rlHlirs Colic, Cholera and I1
srrhoea ltemedy. It will afford almost
ui'tiettiHie relief, ana wnsti reduced
with water Is pleasant to take. If taken
ns soon us the first Indlcatioiiof the dis
ease N ft It It will ward off the attack.
Manv ncoole u-u it in fhla wsv. snd
U nd hnt It never fails them. A 't or AO
cent Isittle may be obtained from M.
A Rnt-o Cur for riles.
Itching Tile rn known by moisture
like perspiration musing intense Itch
ing wheu warm. This form, as well
as Mln.l, bleeding and protruding.
yield at once to Dr. Itosanko's Pile
Itftnedr, which acta directly on the
arts nllectcd, alisortis tumors, allays
tchlng aud effects a permanent cure.
SOo. Iiruggi-ts or mall: treatise free.
Dr. Bosauko, I'ioua, U. Bold by M. A.
W. H BOOTH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In Guy's New Building.
Residence at Mrs. Amblsr's.
LOUMOES OF ALL KINDS,
Chairs of Every Description and De
grcj of Comfort,
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Bric-a-Brac
of Every Description,
:i Fact Everything Belonging to the) Trade
t Prices that Defy Competition.
Chun Will & Montelth't Old Ftand.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR.
Don't Go to Portland
Gradwohl, of Albany,
To Be Found in the Metropolis.
He Sweeps the Valley of
In Crorkerv, Fatter floods. Toys, Roper Bros.'
bUycm ar, French China and lilware.
Ho a' W axons Doll Carriages, Etc
The OnMpn Rule Itaraar mnkr a stierialtr of thi
Fiet Tta. tvlltva and Hakins; Ciiwifera,
tvtrr hi ka;e of which la manufac
ture! Tiir anl bran th natue
of ijulJen Kula Baxaar.
NEW HARNESS SHOP
LEBANON, OREGON, ,
J. C. FREY & SON,
Harness, Saddles. Collars,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
GIVE US A CALL.
At r-ctersou fc Wallace's 014 Stand.
Eureka Heat Market
L. M. WHEELER, Pro'p
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sau
A bhare of the public patronage so
Ciit this ut, and when you visit Portland dur
ing the Exposition, call on Towne, tbe Photog
rapher, aud receive the following; extraordinary
oflfcr: - ,
All persons presenting these slips will be given
one dozen of my best style cabinet photos and
one extra for framing, for $3.50. My regular price
for the wirnt work to those not holding these slips
is S6.00 per dozen and SS.08 ior extra picture.
This is an extraordinary offer, and the probability
of doing enough extra, work to make it pay
prompts the inducement.
Call and see our work, it speaks for itself. This
holds good until November 1st. Very truly yours,
Studio cor. Firtt and Morrison Streets. ,
TAKE YOUR BABIES TO TOWNE.
Now don't think for & -moment that I have cone into
liardwaro busineBs, for such is not tho case; but I have emi3
sledge hammers in bargains that I am now oHl-ring every
one of them a bargain, not a single exception.
Bargains In Cotton Flannels!
I'iiiL- TTlntitn.1 linlT
4iia.is noil i vvy i i . .
Hue l'lannel, half cotton, little
IIack Velveteen 37Je per yd; former price 50 and GOo
Vandyke P.oint Lace 8. and lite; bofore 15 and 20c
Plushes 70c and $1 00; before $1 00 and $1 25
0 Hool3 Mile Cotton 20c
All-Silk Satin-Edge Ribbon.............. .....from 5c to loc per yd
The GRACEFUL COttSET. the best thing you ever eaw,
fur 50c; good as anyone's 75c goods. ' . -
Tho finest line wf UJNDEHWEAIt that has ever bn
liown here, and at prices that are absolutely below all com
etition, both in Ladies' and Gents'. It ill tav vou to RRfl
PRINTS, 18 and 20 yda for $1 00.
MISSES' WOOL HOSE, up to Ladies' size, 25c,
LADIES' WOOL HOSE. 40c: fine coods.
DKESS BUTTONS in all colors, 5c and iOe per doz.
WHITE GOODS, 8ic. 10c and 12c: fina valuta
BAHOAINS IN LADIES'.
W. B. DONACA,
Cigars, Tobacco, Furnishing Goods, Etc.
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Country Produce Taken In Echange
- for Goods.
uive mu d i iidi dim dh Luiiviiicea.
KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OF
Shingles, Posts, Boards and Pickets.
ESTILISHED II 187S
Refitted, Enlarged and Improved.
NEW MACHINERY OF THE BEST MODERN TYPE.
I manufacture and deal in Doors. Blinds, all styles of Windew
Frames, Door Frames. Mouldines,
nfactured and kept on hand in a first
In connection with the above, 1 also have on hand a well-assorted
umber yard in which is to be found rough and dressed Lumber. Rustic
Bevel, Weather Boarding, Flooring,
for Cornices, Etc. -
Pare Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Oil, Glass,
Stationery, Fine Perfumery, Brushes and combs,
CIGARS AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND Lt JOINTS -
East, North iP South,
! UNION TICKET OFFICE,
C. G. RAWLINCS. Arent,
Albany, : ; 0&eck
.u i U-'S r y
Utter 5 vdf for SI
PURSES, cheaper and Utter
Next Door to Bank.
a n r ,1-
BI S. 1. IICKISCI.
Brackets, Etc., in fact anythinz.man-
- class planer.
and all kinds of Finishing Lumber
Kovelieu, ad be
nevcl tpoke . more
truly, and be might
ha.rc added with equal force, that merit
is the . rtsesce 01 success. Wiadom's
Eobfrtine ia the synonym of merit, au i
its history is success). The magical ef
fects of this preparation have bees attest
ed by thoasands of the leading laoies of
society and the stage. It is the cel t- arti
cle ever discovered which gives a A'ar ser
ai and Beautiful tint to the complexion,
at the same tuoe removinr all rou&hresa
of the face and arms ana leaving th .
skin soft, smooth and velvetTjJt ha
long been the stedy of chemiMs to
dace an article that while it would beau
tify the complexion would also have th
merit of keiu harmlea, bat these two
important qualities were never bro&tt
together us-.til combined in
80 Mid Bal