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.OCTOBER 24, 1S90.
EYES AND EARS!
Harvey Cross is building a new resi
dence. Lumber ?8 and ?9 per M at Wheeler's
FMm Maxwell put a new roof on Mrs.
Dsvis' house. i
Pastures are petting green, despite
the cool nights.
John Beard's two little girls have
been sick lately.
Go to G. Lovelee, merchant tailor,
for a nobby suit.
Mrs. Rice Is receiving new millinery
goods every week.
A new sidewalk has been laid to the
public school grounds.
Scott Ward was la town Tuesday
looking for good seed oats.
Peterson fc Wallace wrote more than
$16,000 insurance Saturday.
RnfP TTttr went in ftpnttlo with a
car-load of horses last week.
The best of goods and fits guaran
teed at G. Lovelee's tailor shop.
There are two or three new houses
in Wassoni's addition to Lebanon.
R. II. Liggett has rented his farm to
Mr. Esmond, late of Crook county.
The revival services at the M. E.
church are still in progress, with omens
Mr. Dowdrick, late of Pennsylvania,
has been employed as bookkeeper at
the St. Charles.
The Chinese laundry received a coat
of paint this week, which greatly im
proved its appearance.
With its last issue, Oct. 16, the Pacific
Express ceased publication. Lack of
funds was the cause of its demise.
D. W. Hardin has contracted with
O'Neil Bros, to build a brick wall on
the etone basement of the paper mill.
Archbishop Trench said, "The first
characteristic of a gentleman is- that
his clothes fit htm." Our tailor says
Our job press is kept pretty busy, but
we can accommodate one more patron
This way for cards, letter heads, bill
heads, statements, etc.
T. C. Pet-bier has rented the building
recently vacated by Munsey & Mayer
and will put in a stock of groceries and
gents' furnishing goods.
The Oregon Presbytery of the C. P.
church convened Thursday of this
week. Preaching each morning and
evening tt iheC, P. church.
si. v . uoua or tne bt. Charles pro-
rides for bis table all the luxuries and
delicacies of the season. His twarders
feasted on ven;sn thts week.
Julious Roscoe, of Sweet Home, wa
in town Tuesday, and iuf-rmed nsf
the discovery of a rich vein of gold
bearing quarts near that place.
Our lady friends must be anticipat
ing the passage of the woman suffrage
amendment fey the way they are d"n
ning caps and other male attire.
The qnestiou-for debate at the meet
ing of the literary society next Mon
day evening is, Resolved, that Chris
tianity is a greater civilizer than law.'
Are you in love? If so, marry the
idol of your affections and then go to
Matthews & Washburn's, at Albany
buy a stove or range, raise a large fam
ily and be happy.
According to T.h Harnett, the
richest eoal bed in the world has been
discovered a few miles from Drain. Itis
now plain to beeen where Drain's nat
ural gas comes from.
He has washed the buggy and begaB
stall-feeding his horse as early as Mon
day of this week. If no one picks the
barn-door lock you may expect him a:
early as 7:30 a. m. Sunday next.
You take no chances in buyin
clething for men, yeuths and boj-s of
C. C. Haekleman, as be sells the Salem
mills woolen goods. Every suit guar
anteed. Also blankets and flannels of
the same make.
Do you want the earth? If so, eall
on Matthews & Washburn, Albany,
Or., and they will take pleasure in
showing you the largest and roost com
plete line of hardware, stoves and
ranges in the valley.
F. M. Powell called on us a few days
ago. He informs us that he has sold
his farm, lying between Lebanon and
Brownsville, and that he has bought
property in the latter town and will
take possession soon.
When you are constipated, with loss
of appetite, headache, take one of Dr.
J. H. McLean's Little Liver and Kid
ney Pillets. They are pleasant to take
and will cure you. 25 cents a vial.
For sale by Beard & Holt.
Agent Bennett tells usthat the depot
at this place is to be overhauled, im
proved and re-painted in about two
weeks. Provision will also be made
for loading stock at the depot, which
will be a great convenience.
A six-foot vein of coal of good qual
ity has been struck at Laeomb, ten
miles east of Lebanon. A good deal
of work has been done in this eoal
mine, and this last find is certainly
rich in promises to the mine holders.
The warrant which was gotten out
for the arrest of a man last week for'
stealing srme bed clothes was prema
ture. The individual was found and
an examination revealed the fact that
the missing articles were only bor
rowed. If your kidneys are inactive, you will
feel aud look wretched, even in the
most cheerful soeiety, and melancholy
on the jolliest occasions. Dr. J. H.
MeLean'sLiverandLidney Balm will
set you right again, f 1.00 per bottle.
For sale by Beard & Holt.
What is most needed in Lebanon at
the present time is a saw mill of a daily
capacity of 100,090 feet. Just now a
great many want to build, but the tim
ber cannot be had. Why not some one
build a large saw mill at this place and
drive the logs down the Santiam?
The people of Lebanon must have
an evening train, allowing the train
hands to stop in our towu over night.
As the trains now run it requires three
days to make a trip to Portland, which
not only entails an additional exjiense
of several dollars, but is very inconvenient.
The city council has ordered several
new sidewalks and improvements in
old ones. It will be to the interest of
the town to have this work done at
once, for soon no lumber cau be gotten
on accountof the muddy roads.
The very latest discovery in these
parts is what is pronounced Uy judges
to be a superior quality of fire-clay.
Thus one by oue our resources are In
coming known, and our advantages,
even now, outweigh those of other
States old enough to be preseut when
Oregon was christened.
If you want to see the flue points of
the genus equu, throw the industrious
end of a hundred-foot lariat over the
head of an illiterate Cayuse pony and
iew his antics from a distant church
steeple, and our word for it the flue
points of the animal will exhibit them
selves faster than you can look at them.
It is not likely that our gas field will
be developed this winter, but we opine
that the year 1S91 will witness a revo
lution in the matter of fuel and lights
in this part of Liuri county. Present
indications point to an immense reser-
oir of coal oil overlying an inexhaust
ible bed of coal. When these discov
eries are made it will be our time to
H. E. Parrish has been hauling lum
ber with which to enclose the public
school grounds. Our school board Is
composed of men who are thoroughly
olive to our educational Interests, and
hey certainly deserve the thanks of
the entire community for their pains
taking industry, to which the people
of Lebanon are indebted for one of the
best and most tasteful school buildings
n the valley.
The circuit court docket for the Oc
tober term, which convenes Monday
next, contains an even 100 cases, of
which number 42 are for the recovery
of hioney, 13 are suits for divorce, and
45 are for various other causes. The
arreat number of divorce suits and the
ease with which divorces are obtained
n this State will ere long give rise to
the railroad cry: "Albany, Oregon;
twenty minutes for divorce!"
An ordinance was proposed at the
meeting of the city council Monday
night, which, if passed, will raise the
liquor license of the town to $1200 and
the bond for an orderly house to f 1000.
The law will probably pass at the next
regular meeting. This will be a prac
tical test of the efficiency of high
license. Another very stringent law
against gambling has been proposed
and will be passed in due time.
Every available seat was occupied in
Union hall Monday night at the meet
ing of Lebanon Literary Society. The
army aud navy question was discussed
in a very interesting mauner by some
of our most talented men. In addition
to the debate, the program for next
Monday evening Includes select read-
insr. declamation aud music. One cau
hardly spend an evening more pleas-
tntlv and profitably than at these
meetings. Everybody come.
Montague must be preparing for i
boom, fudging by the way he Is stock
ing up his Mammoth and One-Price
Cash Stores. By purchasing his goods
in such large quantities he naturally
gets much lower prices. He guaran
tees good goods in all the departments
of his extensive establishments at
prices that absolutely 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
invariably goes to Montague's.
The complaint seems to be general
that fruit will not keep this fall. The
reason Is obvious, fruit is not sound.
Orchards have been so long neglected
that they have fallen a prey to myri
ads of insects which thrive under a
system of non-cultivation. Fruit
growers will yet find that something
more is required than merely setting
trees and then leaving them to battle
their way to maturity. Nature is
bountiful, it is true, but for all that she
has her reveuge upon negleet.
The One-Price Cash Store has be
come one of the -features of Lebanon.
As everything it new and fresh, aud the
prices are so much below that charged
in credit-giving establishments, peo
ple who desire to buy their goods
for cash natarally go to the corner,
where they do not hive to make up to
the storekeeper for the non-paying cus
tomers who, when they can do so, buy
on credit, and who are constitutionally
opposed to paying fr anything. Get
prices at the One-Price Cesh Store and
S. O. Wallace moved Into town this
Isaac Bauta hna been In town this
Judge Miller went to Albany Wed
Mr. Weatfall went to Brownsville
Mrs. Dr. Negus went to the county
Bob Montague has recovered from
his late illness.
Rev. Walton Skipworth came In on
returned from the
T. C. Peebler
Jos. Nixon returned from the Port-
laud exposition Wednesday.
O. S. Hanleiter was in Salem
week and visited J. M. Price.
Geo. Gross, of Waterloo, visited
Portland exposition last week.
Dr. Barker and Geo. Hale went to
the Quartzville mines this week.
Hon. J. K. Went her ford and Thou.
Kay were in town last Saturday.
Mrs. Dr. Lamberson and Mrs. G. W.
Rice went to Portland Thursday.
Rev. F. H. Calder and wife, of
Brownsville, were In Lebanon Friday
Miss Lelia Westfall is recovering
from a severe attack of typhoid fever.
IT. Y. Kirkpatrlck had seme busi
ness to transact In Albany this week.
J. L. Cowan is acting cashier of the
Lebanon bank during the illness of C.
Miss Nettie Amoss has been very
sick for two weeks, but Is now fast
John Donaca Is strong enough to
walk out and take the sunshine when
it is to le had.
Ed O'Neil has been seized by rheu
matism, the point of attack being the
Gordon's express has donned an oil
cover and Clint Is prepared for all
kinds of weather.
Miss Mollie Queener has gone to Scio
with a view to opening a millinery
store at that place.
Frank O'Neil returned frem Califor
nia last week and has taken hold ot
the paper mill with a vim.
Geo. Sylvester, who formerly livd
hi Liberty precinct, but Is now a resi
dent of Newport, was In our town this
Ed Huston and family are visiting
in the East. During his absence Fred
Peebler is the genial conductor on the
Rev. J. M. Price is visiting in Leba
non and vicinity. Next week Rev.
Hauleiter will accompany him to hi
home in South Carolina.
Orva Thompson returned from Wat
erloo greatly improved in looks. W
were able, with the aid of a powerful
lens, to count as many as eight or nine
hairs on his upper lip.
John Beard had a severe attack of
sickness last week, which In five day
reduced his corporate limits until he ex
isted only in outline. Tie has now ac
iulred his natural proportions.
Judge Miller received a letter from
his wife this week aunouncing her
arrival in Iowa. One of the girls took
Mek on the road and a physician had
to be culled, but it proved only a slight
HINTS ON COlKTSHir.
To our young readers who are Just
budding into manhood the period
when the enumeration of the hairs on
the upper lip first becomes a serious
problem we desire to offer a few
words. It ie a fact seriously to be de
plored that no young man Is allowed
to begin where his father left off, but
is compelled to begin life ns though
his sire had never made any attain
ments lu knowledge. Were it other
wise the young novitiate would have p
considerable fund of knowledge ready-
labeled as is the case wlwre the head
of the family has been married five or
six times aud as a consequence love-
making would be reduced to a science.
Never be ashamed to take advice from
an older man than yourself. Old age
brings with It experience, aud if you
heed the words of wlodom as they fall
from the lips of a veteran who has suc
cessively fallen lu love with every
creature of the female sex from the
wrinkled octogenarian to the buxom
lass who has just taken the first les
sons In banging the hair, you will win
enduring success in your day and gen
eration, provided that marriage can be
called a success.
First principles are all-important In
any science, and being anxious that
you should start aright we submit the
following, which, as near as we can
remember, are the ground of our suc
cess and are recognized as basic princi
ples the world over: lever start out
on the principle that your prospects
are enhanced by crowding on the
young ladies' parents. It Is a well
established rule In amatory science
that the girl's consent is absolutely
necessary to success, while that .of the
parents Is not; you can marry her even
against the parental wish; but no mat
ter how much they may think of you,
unless she smiles continually upon you
your chances are not worth a last year's
bird's nest. Indeed, most cirls like a
oung man bist who shows that he
don't care a copper whether the old
folks like it or not.
Custom demands that the youthful
members of the household should bt
indulged in their childish sports, even
to the putting of their greasy fingers n
you, pulling your hair and other pas
times equally harmless In their wav
a id yet essential parts in every sue
cessful suit of this kind.
As the courtship proceeds, number
less other matters, apparently insig
nificant, will thrust themselves upon
you, aud precedent the terror ot sec
ondary men will avail you nothing
from the simple fuct that no twt
women's minds are exactly like. It
is proverbial that "love is blind," and
knowing thnttlie inexperienced would
te glad or any light, we cheerfully vol
unteer to pilot you through some ol
these Intracies iu our next.
Minor Jackson has a new stock of
Ed Powers of Halsey was in town
Fred Gross had a severe attack of
Trains on the O Ry will run on time
after Thursday of this week.
Rev Van Tassel occupied the Baptist
pulpit Sunday morning and evening.
Jas Phegley will take charge of the
Arlington hotel on the 30th of this
Mrs. Brownell. of Albany, was visit
ing L. E Power's family Saturday and
the E..W. M. Co.
sales are unprece-
8WEET HOME NEWS.
if there is any reason in you that is the
place where you will purvhase your
That Odoroia Garment.
News reached our ears a short time
6ince that a clergyman living in these
parts, and who recently occupied a
room at the St. Charles formerly occu
pied by a lawyer, carue very nearly
losing his ministerial standing in this
way. Going into the wardrobe on
Sunday for his coat, he lifted from a
hook a Prince Albert which the mem
ber of the bar had unintentionally left
hanging there, and started to his ap
pointment. It was only by the happy
concurrence of circumstances that he
was saved the humiliation of reading
to an audience of devout hearers an
attorney's brief instead of the stereo
typed manuscript beginning with
"firstly." The tobacco fumes which
greeted his nose on being seated in the
pulpit lead to an inspection of the dis
reputable garment and a discarding of
the carefully prepared brief, but the
coat was dedicated in true orthodox
style. The coat is now for sale, as It
does not fit the former wearer, neither
is the style in harmony with his taste.
lilfe Saved by a Newspaper.
A few days ago a Scotch collie dog
came into our town an entire stranger,
having no master nor friends, and as a
natural consequence the animal found
its way into the pound. As no claim
ant appeared, the marshal declared
she must die, fixing the day of execu
tion on Tuesday. A few hours before
the execution was to take place The
Brownsville Timet arrived, in which a
reward of 2 was offered by B. F.
Childs of Brownsville for the recovery
of a dog whose description answered
exactly to the condemned cur in the
pound. Thus a valuable dog was
returned to its master, all because of
the timely arrival of a two-dollar
newspaper. Nations as well as dogs
have been 6aved by a newspaper, but
you cannot make every mossbaek
Wm. Rumbaugh, our county com
missioner, has enjtajred T. A. Yost to
do some repairs on the bridge spanninr
the Calapoola five miles south of our
town. This work will be done on the
basis of a stitch in time sdes niue, as
the bridge is not considered unsafe at
Everything seems to be moving
alone pleasantly in our village and
surrouuding country. Our farmers atv
quite well satisfied with the fruits of
their labor, and even those who have
not been here lonjr enouarh to lecome
webfooted. express themselves hijrhly
pleased with the productiveness f thi
section ot urcgou.
Foster & Morris, of Wiley Creek
mills, have disposed of their property
to Wm. Yost of Southern Oregon and
G. N. Humphreys of Salem. They are
vounsr and energetic men, both mas
ters of their profession, one a lumber
man. the other a miller. They expect
to improve the property so as to be
able to do first-class work.
Sweet Home village is steadily grow
ing. About thirteen buildings have
been erected during the time of the
writer's sojourn here. The dwelling
houses are all occupied, aud there is a
demand fr more by parties who wish
to move to our town. Messrs. Hamil
ton A Andrews, our enterprising mer
chants, are doine a rood business
Thev carry a larce stock of goods, and
their motto seems to be "Live and let
live," as they enjoy the patronage of
most all the people iu this scope of
Game is becoming more plentiful as
the season advances. ii.veu the sly
and stealthy cougars are to be seen now
and then. As young JUr. totcingtan
was returning home a few evenings
aero he met a cougar in the road near
W hiskey spnncr. f ortunately ne naa
his Winchester with him. and he
took aim at the animal as best he could
in the Catherine darkness and fired
The eavaee beast, severely wounded
escaped to the brush, where the young
man deemed it best not to follow, as it
was too dark to do accurate tiring, but
the next morning he returned aud
found the cougar dead a short distance
from the road. This Is the second one
our young nimrods have despatched
this fall. Charley House killed one
several weeks ago, and it appears he
had quite an experience. Only wound
ing it the first time, it sprang from the
tree where it had taken refuge from
the dogs, and it seemed for awhile as
if there would not be much dog left,
but Charley was plucky enough to
fight for them, and after the seventh
shot he had the satisfaction of seeing
the cougar give up the struggle.
Notice to Ialrymen.
The public Is hereby notified that,
on account of a change In business, we
now offi-r fur sale our entire stock of
dairy cattle, consisting of cows, heifers
and heifer calves; also one bull, half
grade Holstein and Jersey, from regis
tered stock. The cows are from one
half to three-ftiurtiis Jersey grade; the
heifers and calves are one-fourth Hol
steln and hslf to three-fourths Jersey.
Heifers of this stock have made a
pound ot butter per day at 2 years old
when fresh. Will sell tt low prices.
All dairymen are requested to give us
a call, or anyone wanting good milch
cows will find us on the farm of R.
Cheadle, two miles south ot Lebanon.
J. SI. Makks.
'Is this the best?" Is a question oftei
asked, when medicine Is wanted. Tin
following are a few of the medicines oi
known reliability, sold by M. A. Miller
trugglst of tins place. lie has man
rther excellent medicines, but thes
re worthy of especial mention:
Chamberlain's Corcm Remedy
famous for its cures of severe colds, and
as a preventive of croup. Price 5(
wnts per bottle.
Chamberlain's Pais Balm, a gen
?ral family liniment and especially
valuable for ' rheumatism. Price 5t
cents per bottle.
Chambkkais's Colic. Cholera
AND DlARItlKEA Remedy, the most re
.iable know iu medicine for bowel com
plaints. It is especially prized hy per
sons subject to cone, it lias cureo
many cases of chronic diarrhoea. Prict
25 aud 50 cents per bottle.
St. Patrick's Pills, for disorder
fthe liver aud bowt-ls. A vigorou
but gentle physic that cleanses and
reuovates the whole eystem. Trice 2i
cents per box.
Chamberlain's Eye and Ski
Ointment. For tetter, salt-rheum,
scald-head, eczema and chronic son
eyes. Price 2o ceuts per box.
Sunt. Jaesrer of
tells ua that their
Thos Kav came In on ' Saturday's
train. He took our Pullman sleeper at
Rev F W Parker severed his connec
tion with the V P church at this place
Lev J Bowersox of the Evaneeliral
church held services iu South Browns
Wm Wilkins is clerking for R N
Thniupsnn during the illuess of his
clerk, Mr. Gross.
Mrs Orcbmiizh. who left for Georida a
few weeks since, died soon after reach
ing her destination.
The stereotyped question asked
every sleepy individual is, "Did you
come via lallman?'
J J White, Elev Wood, Alex Howe.
Geo So!le and J Veiinuru spent Sun
day In HrowiiBvHIe.
No place like home, if your wife be ab-
seat; but the nearest approach to it in
the aocietv of deaf mutes.
A protracted meeting was lceun
under the auspices of the C P church
on Saturday evening last.
Mrs. M. E. Wiilson has traded the
Arlington hotel, which she has run so
long, for a farm adjoining town.
McDonald, of the Time, and F C
Stanard are building a good twotory
dwelling iu Hausuiau's addition.
Lert Bennet returned to Brownsville
last week after an absence of eight
years. His home at present is on the
BmI Blanchard. who lately took
charge of the card room in the Albany
woolen mill, was visiting his family In
The denot rtlatform mul otlipr mmnr.
tenanees of the O. Ry. at this place arc
undergoing many rapid changes, and
evidently for the better.
Miss Bessie Irwin, who left Browns
ville last sprluir with the intention of
making her home in Seattle, returned
to this place last t ridav.
Frank Malone, who has been lone
and favorably known in Linn county,
died at his home four mites above
Crawfordsville on last Friday.
Mr McLeary, who reddVs two miles
north of town, took his daughter, who
has been suffering from some chroni.-
tilment, to Portland for treatment.
Inac Louden, who In company witl
R M G Bradley start ed for the Cala-
pooia mines last week, tok the mumps
ami was compelled to return to his
home lu Brownsville.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST!
T. L. WALLACE & CO.
STRAH&H'S BLOCK, ALBAHY, OR.
Advertisement, although it is full of good horse eense. It
is only another of Ilackleanan's invitations to sit down cud
have a square talk with him about busine-s.
You Have Things to Buy,
You must have them, you or the children can't go naked,
and you will have to provide for these things. The problem
confronting you is how to get the necessaries you must heve,
with a few of the luxuries to make you feel glad that you
are living, and still keep enough money to add to the reserve-fund.
I Have Things to SelL
It is my business to cater to the needs of the public,
profits are my wages for giving the public my time and
use of ni3r capital. I am not going to work for nothing un
less it is necessary, but I will work for less than most any
young fellow. I know your needs. I have made this
munity a study for five years. I have goods that I
will satisfy you perfectly. ;
The grandest display of
Clothing for both young and
old ever seen in the Willam
very best of goods, the latest The Prices Are All Right.
patterns and the newest styles.
Our Hnrt mid Shnft Dprifirt-
" I rr-i !T1 1 -
mere win ue no nivieate m my ai:-s
I kave is for sale at a low price, and I will have
the censequences without kicking.
ment is replete with the very
best brands of Eastern man
ufacture. We are anxious to make
tlio aonnaintflnpft nf PVPTV
man, woman and child within YOl I 7 I tt fit OUPllt tO Look
rauius oi lony imiw, unu
we take this method of intro
ducing ourselves to the public.
Fall into line with the masses
of people who even' day visit
our store and be convinced
that we mean every word we
THE CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH. 7UV.Y BHCK! ,
STO IT HOW.
SOON IT WtlL BC TOO LATC.
At-my prices before you buy amwhere. You are welcome
to co out without spending a cent if you feel that way. But
you won't. They never do. My prices will surely fetch you.
They are the magnets which attract the coin of the com
C. C. HACKLEMAN,
Next Door to Bank.
"The Jersajr Lily."
Anolesea Cottage, L. B., July 2.
Gentlemen; Altho' it Is very unusual
for me to use any lotions or
washes, still, in answer to yorr
request, I have tried isdoin a
Violet Cream and ltolertliie. The
former I consider especially efficacious
In cases of rouciiness or tne srui, ana
I have been usiuglt every day ror the
List fortnight. I have found the
Robertine an excellent preparation In
cisees of tan, sunburn, etc., caused by
exposure to March winds and a July
sun. lours faithfully,
To Messrs. Wisdom & Co.
Runs high in Lebanon at Beard A
Holt's drug store over System Builder,
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
Take It Before Breakfant.
The great appetizer, tonic and liver regulator.
In use for more than 50 years In England. Posi
tive specific for liver complaint. Bad taste in the
mouth on arising in the mornuig. dull pains iu
the head and bark of the eyes, tired reeling1 d;
rineBR, langoor nymptoiis of liver complaint.
Remedy Dr. Henley's English Dandelion Tonic.
Relieves conBtlimlion. sharpens the appetite and
tones up tne entire svstem. net tne genuine mmi
your druggist for $1.00 and taka according to (li
lt ! rumored that E D Hatren and
Kd Narr will have a brewery in
Brownsville soou, and that thev will
onsunie the product riirht at home:
nothing like lionio consumption.
J B Keeney joined the railroad
'lriilce carpenters this week. If Jim
works as hard as former! r, every par
ticle of combustible material along the
line will lie consumed inside of a week.
The indications are that the widen
ing of the gatitreof the O Ry will be
begun iu about thirty days. The
fiuipnienw for this road are said to be
first-clsss, and poon we can boast of as
ood a road as there is in the vallev.
Jack MoKercher, of Crawfordsville,
vho Is afflicted with a tumor on the
neck. Is better. He has reduced the
size of the tumor by the application of
Kendall s spavin cure. It Is thought
ihat If Mr Mi K'rcher persevere in the
treatment that he will recover.
There is a good deal of earnest talk
aung the btii-in'ss men of the town
with reference to building a cannery.
No doubt a sufficient prnoutitof stock
would be taken iu a short time, if only
wmeaue would lead in the mutter, to
build and equip a first-class cannery at
The boys who went to Albany lat
Saturday feel that some of the p:iper
have done them a great injustice in
intimating that they had been Imbib
ing, turned the hack over, lost a vest,
etc. An explanation of the unhappy
aflair Is to lie sotisrht iu the fact that
the vehicle In whih the unfortunate
men rode was of that primitive style
known as a rockawav, and that a fac
tory hand cau no more account for Its
freaks and lurches than an untutored
savage can calculate an eclipse. e
hope that the parties to the mishap
will not be called upon a secoud time
to vindicate themselves.
I Iitc bm troubled many- year witli
ilinr nfth kidnevs and hare tried
riut different remedies and have
ar.ueftt aid from gifleient physicians
without relief. Aboat the 15th of April
I was suffering front a tot -nolent
attack that almost prostrated me tn
thHii manner tnat I was bent over.
When I sat down it was almost impossible for me
to tct op alone, or to pot on my dothes, when
kind Providence sect ur. neaiev,
OREGON KJUXEY TEA, to my
hotel. I immediately commencea
nsinj; the tea. It had an almost
miraculous effect, and to the aston
ishment of aU the guests at the hotel.
in a tew days,! am happy to state,
that I was a new man. I will 5
recommend the tea to all afflirtc
as I have been.
O. A- TCPPEK,
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
Santa Rosa, Cat.
W. B. DONACA,
q 1 i
KIOTICE. IS HEREBY
GIVES THAT THE
iwtuership heretofore ejcisting between
J. E. Slun-ev and Jiel Mayor, tui.ler the tm
iiauie of Mun-cy & Mayer. Is tLH rtay lLsiveu
l.v mutual eoiieiit. AH debt due ":d Hnu ina-'i
be paid at once. J. E. MVSSEY,
Lebanon, Or., Oct. 16, 100.
Has Just Received
ONE OF THE FINEST STOCKS
New Mines. .
Yesterday a Mr. Snyder, an old and
experienced miner, was in the city
with a quantity of very rich specimens
of quartz rock, which he had taken
from claims he had located in an en
tirely new district near the Three Sis
ters. Frem his report the region will
some day be the center of very rich
mining operations. He had been at
work there all summer, but the snow
had driven him out. it being about
four feet deep already. Albany Her
. The Fa 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.
A Sure Care fur Piles.
Itching Piles are known by moisture
like perspiration causing intense itch-
Inar when warm. This form, as well
as blind, bleeding and protruding,
vield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acts directly on the
parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays
itching and eftects a permanent cure,
50c. Druggists or mail; treatise free,
Dr. Rosanko, Piqua, O. Sold by M. A,
Three Families Arrested on the Streets
Of Albany, by the maguiflcent display
of hardware, stoves and ranges at Mat
thews & Washburn's, who carry the
largest assortment in the valley.
The Baptists of Oregon have held a
meetimr and decided to raise $175,000
for the founding of a Rantist college at
Portland, aud to ask the National Rap
tist Educational Society to give them
$75,000 more, conditionally on their
raising the first amount.
Married, at the Liberty school houee
Sunday, Oct. 19, 1890, by Rev. Thos. A
Yost, Chester D. Harris and Miss
Sarah D. Wilrey, both of liibeity pre
Croupy suffocations, night coughs
and all the common affections of th
throat and lungs quickly relieved by
Dr. J. II. McLean's Tar Wine L,uag
Balm, t ot sale by Heard & aoiu
W. H. BOOTH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In Guy's New Building.
Residence at Mrs. Ambler's.
DR. W. C. NEGUS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Graduate of Royal College of London and Bell
vue Medical College. Mass.
Chronic caes a specialty.
Cancers removed withdtit pain or the knife.
OFFIC E KIrkpa trick's Uuilding, Lebanon, Or.
SAML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Office with "Lebanon Express.
E. C. SEARLS,
Cigars, ToBacco, lurmsDing tooas, tic.
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Country Produce Ttaken in Exchange
nm ii n n i rm i i n ri t rt i nmnnpofi
uivu ivic a lllCU CUlU- DC UUllVllllybU.
KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OF
Shingles, Posts, Boards and Pickets.
THAT EYER CAME TO ALBANY.
When in Alhnny, stop and take a peep
at tnem it you uo not, ouy.
ESTALISHED 15 1875 BY S. A. KICIERSG5L
boots & shoes, dry goods, Refitted, Enlarged and Improved.
Bole Agency for Ludlow's Fine Shoes.
Prices Always the Lowest.
T ' i Jl : T" Ti:r.,l ll or.lno .t U'n.ll
A mallUiatlUro ttllu llt'iix ill lwx?j liuusj im ciivo ui fFxuvAU?
Frames, Door Frames, Mouldings, Brackets, ,tAc.y m fact anything man
nfactured and kept m- hand in a first-class planer.
In connection with the above, 1 also have on nana a tveii-assoTter
lumber vard in which is to be found rough and dressed Lumber, Rust
Bevel, AVeather Boarding, Flooring, and all kinds of Finishing Lun
for Cornices, Etc. " '
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
M. V. DOUD, PROPRIETOR.
Only First-Class Hotel in Lebanon.
BOARD REASONABLE, BY THE DAY OR WEEK. w
BEARD & HOLT;
Druggists & Apothecaf
m liS "WMsYcnWai! "
Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Oil, Glass,
Stationery, Fine Perfumery , Brushes and comb
CIGARS AND FANCY TOILET- ARTICLES,
N Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
CFPreecriptions accurately compounded.