DECEMBER 19, 1800. &. AND EARS! "or a nice Bible call on M. A. Miller. hen in Albany call on F. M. . jTiu'h, the jeweler. -wr.-EkkwJrick Is handling baggage the Lebanon railroad. , 'The Drain eras well haa reached a aebth of sx hundred feet. ? The public school was reopened in "the new building Monday. ? Messrs. Hale & Clev in jjer will oien x blacksmith shop In Lebanon soon. . I. Mouser is painting his house .nd otherwise lniproviug his property. We are pleased to learn that our phy sicians have fewer calls than formerly. . Ten teams and about twenty men And regular employment at the paper - nAU. At the city election in Brownsville Monday, the low license ticket was 1 elected. '"no week since, snow had fallen to ueptli of six inches on the upper Calapooia. - , Jobs 8. Baker is repairing Firemen's hall, which was damaged by fire two weeks ago. Mrs. Funk and Miss Ulery hare been added to the corps of teachers in ur public school. , Elk Horn Restaurant for holiday goods, bread and confectionery. Klrk patrick's building. Dr. Barker, in company with five other men, left for the QuartzviUe mines Wednesday. M. A. Miller has a few Webster's Dictionaries that will make elegant Christmas presents. The potato crop of the United States is estimated at 145,000,000 against 19, 000,000 for last year. Ben Barker has built one house and is at work on the second building, the frame of which is up. R. C. Miller has laid a new walk in front of his property recently pur chased of Mr. Carlile. Now that the diphtheria excitement has abatad, people need be no longer Afraid to come to town. A new sidewalk has recently been built on the south side of B. F. Don aca's residence property. John Banta and Ed Kellenberger' are building a twelve-hundred-dollar house oa Bridge Avenue. All persons knowing themselves in debted to Mrs. George Rice must call and settle by February 1st. The Lebakox Express has added Another niemoer to its staff in the person of G. F. Skipworth. All persons knowing themselves in debted to the firm of Beard & Holt must eail and settle at once. J. A. Beard went to Portland this week and on his return helDed to bunt the narrow gauge off the track. A. A. Kees left Thursday morning for Port Townisend. He will vist rel atives in that section during holidays. All parties knowing themselves in debted to me will please call and settle, as I need my money. M. A. Miller. 0t winter is so mild and summer like that Christmas fowls have been inveigled into occupying the lower roosts. We have had hot little rain so far, ad the little which has fallen is very i largely mud so it appears to an on looker. lb". Perry was in Lebanon Saturday eirctilatitig a petition asking of the leg islature an appropriation for the min eral spring afe Sodaville. Tf you spit up phlegm, and are treu bled with a hacking cough, use Dr. J. H. McLeatf s Tar Wine Lung Balm. For sale by J. A. Beard. Buy your watches, etocks and iew- eirr-r f . M. trench, Albany, ami get hanees in the drawing. See list of the presents to be given away. An Eugene corresponbent scuds us a curt reply to Nemo's arraignment of prohibition some two weeks ago. It will appear in the next issue. On r about January 1st, J. R. and H. Y. Kirkpatrick expect a florist and landscape gardener to plat and adorn ' the park and horticultural garden. Mining stock in the Calapooia and Blue River Mill and Mining Company for sale at this office. For full particu lars, call on or write to Lebanon Ex- 1'KKSK. Jos. Harbin intends to build an ag ricultural implement house on Bridge Avenue. The building will be 90x30 with a blacksmith shop in connection with it. The young man who expects to marry in this community and do well will find it greatly to his advantage to call and buy one of those nice presents at M. A. Miller's. Are you in love? If so, marry the Mol of your affections and then go to Matthews & Washburn's, at Albany, buy a stove or range, raise a large fam ily ana oe nappy. Hugh swenK (drove his team across the railroad track just a little in ad vance of the incoming train on Mon- day, when his horses broke the tongue out or tne wagon. Owing to the wreck on "the Southern Pacific Tuesday, overland trains were cat oft from the wood supply, necessi tating an extra trip for the Lebanon train for a load of wood. J. R. Kirkpatrick has $150 worth of fruit trees for sale at wholesale prices. These trees comprise some choice va rieties and will be retailed to the pur chaser at wooiesaie prices. J. Wassom is having the brush cut which skirts the swale running through his land near the paper mill. He has adopted the very sensible plan of mak ing ail parts oi nis iana productive. Mr. Stoke, although a new-comer amongst us, has caught the spirit of improvement which distinguishes the town of Lebanon and is adding to the value of his property in many ways. From five to seven men behind C. B. Montague's counters selling the neces saries of life. A great business, well conducted. What others call a boom, is to Montague a common-place dusi . uese affair. The holiday number of the West Shore is before us, neat, readable and artistic. WTe West Shore Publishing Company, by common consent, takes the lead of illustrated journalism on this coast. Arrangements have been perfected for a Christmas tree at the M. JK, church, in addition to the many ..--presents to b distributed on that oc casion an entertaini. ;g program will be rendered. Brother Dneger of the Scio Press mistakes when he says that Nathan Russell died in misery and want at Lebanon. Mr. Russell died in or near Sweet Home. Do you want the earth? If so, call 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. i jscriptions iaken ' tuw leading newspapersTSnirt!rrfWlWMu. periodicals in this and European coun tries. '.Subscribers will find it to their interest. to consult our price-list before ordering their papers. Dr. Odell of Sodaville received a tel egram Saturday bearing the sad Intel ligence that both of his parents were In a very critical condition. The Dr. started immediately to the home of the afflicted in Washington. Beginning with the new year, the sulwHM iption price of the Express will be f 1 5) per year, cash In advance: if not paid in advance, $2 per year. No deviation from these prtcts. Settle up and take advantage of the reduction. Brownsville's new officers are: F.. P. Roby, President of the Council; W. A. Dunn, recorder; C. E. Stanard, treasurer; J- Senger, marshal; J. C. Bil yeu, J. it. McHargue aud J Shea, councilman. The contest was a warm one. Thesuit broughtby J. R. Kikpatrick of this place against C C Calkins of Seattle for commission and damage was decided in favor of the former a few days since. J. R. Kirkpatrick was awarded his commission and also dam ages. A. F. Hamilton of Sweet Home tells us that the Quarts villo trail is now open. P:rties who promised aid in opening this road to the mines will pkas make gnod their promised con tributions, otherwise the burden will fall upon the fw. Mr. Bingham, who is largely interest ed in the QuartzviUe mines, and su perintendent of one of the leading com panies, was in to see us Thursday. Mr. Bingham, like every other miner who has visited these mines, has unflinch ing faith in them. . Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns, cubs, sprains and bruises; for use in such cases Dr. J. II . McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for many yeara lieen the constant favorite family remedy. For sale by J. A. Beard. - This has bet n a very good year so far in the marrying business in Linn county, in fact the best on record, a sure sign of a prosperous year. During the whole of 1S89 there were 14-5 mar riages in the county. Already this year there have been 16S, and several more to hear from. Democrat. You will have no use for spectacles if you use Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Eye Salve; it removes the film and scum which accumulates on the eye balls, sulxiuea inflammation, cools and soothes the irritated nerves, strengthens weak and failing sight. Soc a box at lieara s drug store. A new-comer from Tennessee who arrived in Letmnon a few days since came to this office and called for two papers, one for himself and one for a friend in the East. It is very natural for one after having reached the "promised land," to manifest a solici tude for friends less happily situated The trains are running in a very un satisfactory manner just now. A trip to Portland consumes the best part of a week, and failing to connect with the stage line with headquartrs at Lena non, and passengers are given choice between walking twenty-five miles and stopping twentyfour hours in Leb anon. The people in this part of Linn countv, although not opposed to an appropriation tor the Columbian Ex position, think that a little timely aid from the State in building wagon roads to our mines on the Santiani and cala pooia would do as much toward adver tising and developing our resources as any other means that could be adopted. A pleasant evening was spent by a large company of young folks at the house of C. B. Montague last Monday. As this was the last evening that Charley and wife would spend with their young friends previous to their departure for Vancouver, all were bent on making it one of social enjoyment, j The company dispersed at a late honr after wishing Mr. and Mrs. Montague success and happiness iu their new . home. Fellow citizens, the time has come in the history of our town when it is nec essary to extend oor corporate limits, ! and as it can be done only by an act or i the Icfnslature, the assembling of that body in next month requires ininiedi-; ate action in the matter. Our Kansas: City suburb has within the past season assumed the proportions ot a good sized town, and should have a voice in municipal affairs. bo will move in the matter? J. W. Willson of Brownsville drove over to Lebanon Fridav. From him, we learn that the mining excitement has sot cooled with the weather. The Poorman mine has been tested recently at Tacoma and surpasses in richness the expectations of the most sanguine. Work is being pushed vigorously, mills will be put up in the spring, and we predict that next year will be a season of unwonted activity throughout the Cascade range. The Brownsville Times offers a prize to the one who will write the best essay on the snake, its habits and manner of subsistence. The Albany Democrat, in a jocular way, says it has puzzled him not a little to know how some men live through the winter months. Everybody knows that the snake be comes torpid on the appreach of win tei, that he hibernates quite frequently in boot legs and lives on men's brains. This is its habitude in a nutshell. The committee on general arrange ments, appointed by the First Presby terian, Cumberland Presbyterian, Southern Methodist and Baptist churches for Christmas decoration are: H. Y. Kirkpatrick, chairman; Mrs. A. Mareellus, Mrs. Dr. Courtney, Rev. G. S. Hanleiter, Wm. Wallace and Burney Marks. We are assured by the committee that the Christmas tree pre pared by them will be a triumph in its line, nothing like it ever having been seen in the town of Lebanon. We received on Monday of this week three letters from individuals in as many States repuesting us to send them the Lebanon Express. We desire not to mislead anyone, and although our Eastern friends may now and then happen to see a statement that looks like an exaggeration, they must re member that this country and every thing pertaining to it is on an exag gerated scale and that we but use the descriptive language of the country which passes current among those best acquainted with our country and its prod acts. The One-Price Cash Store has be come one of the features of Lebanon. As everything is new and fresh, and the prices are so much below that charged in credit-giving establishments, peo- Jle who desire to buy their goods or cash natarally go to the corner, where thoy do not have to make up to the storekeeper for the non-paying cus tomers who, when they can do so, buy en credit, and who are constitutionally opposed to paying for auything. Get prices at the One-Price Cash Store and if there is any reason in you that is the place 'where you will purchase your supplies. Ten fine and useful presents to be given away $55 worth at F. M. French's jewelry store, Albany. Com mencing Nov. 1, I will present everv one a ticket for each dollar's worth of goods purchased, entitling the holder to a chance to draw one of the follow ing beautiful presents: 1st, large din ner castor, worth $10; 2d, fancy fruit dish, $9; 3d, silver cake basket, $8; 4th, silver cake stand, $7; 5th, set silver knives and forks, $6; 6th, double pickel castor, $5; 7th, silver butter dish. $4; 8th, single pickel castor; $3; 9th, Seth Thomas clock, $2; 10th, silver cup, $1. Drawing to take place New Year's day. The corner jewelry store. lng up-v ... . Cash 8tnrt.i. - ... 1 in sueli large iu;lUhk . e gets much lower price. iie tws good goods in ail 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 nis goous as low as toey uuy them at wholesale. The careful buyer Invariably goes to Montague's. At the meeting of the Lebanon Lit erary Society, Monday evening, the following oltlcers were elected: Presi dent, Rev. G. S. Hanleiter; vice presi dent, E. II. Ms hr; secretary. Miss Lulu Westfall. Following the election or officers, the mortgage tax law was dis cussed, resulting in victory to the neg ative. Excellent music was furnished by the cornet band. The program for the next meeting will be varied and interesting. The question for discus sion oh that evening reads. Resolved, that knowledge has more influence than wealth. We lav no claim to prophetic gift, but we venture to suggest that tha ver ISfll will mark an epoch in the historv of mining in Oregon as marked as was that of 1S49 in California. The McKenzie, Blue River, Calapooia and Santlam mining districts will be thronged, not alone with prospectors, but with practical iui tiers bncked by wealth and all the appliances known to modern invention, and scores of faithful, persevering prospectors who have long borne the taunts of those whose only argument is ridicule, will retire with a competency. Upon this prediction we base our reputation as a prophet. We know of no better way for our present city council to signalize their administration than to construct an outlet for the waters which every win ter accumulate In the little Dead Sea in the nort h end of town. Every win ter this reservoir of riiseaae is allowed to fill to the brim with stagnant, pesti lential waters whose miasmatic stencn through the summer months H revolt ing to lovers of pure air, and guaran tees a rich harvest to those who prac tice the healing art. Pure air is cheaper than quinine, and pure water Is more palatable than a doctor's prescription. Give us both these elements iu their purity and we ask no more. The signal service, weather manu facturing bureau with headquarters in San Fraucisco is recognized as a great convenience by Orcgonlans; for In stance, the weather bulletin for IVc. 15 reported the temperature rapidly falling and the distant thunder f an approaching storm was heard in San Fraud co, 600 miles away. That very day opeued up fair as a spring morn ing and men were going about in shirt sleeves. Oregon imports everything from California, even to her weather report, which is just about as reliable as the Delphic oracle. We think it about time to quit this nonsense, dis miss the signal service, stop the impor tation of foreign-brewed storms and reinstate the old reliable ground-hog prophet. - OIK GRINDSTONE. A race of brewers Malt-ese. An air line A Kansas cyclone. A doomed natiou Condem-nation. The most popular Miss Mis-cellany. A fruitful occupation the plumber's trade. Nature abhors a vacuum; so does a hungry tramp. The fore-top of Time The hair spring of a watch. The smallest measure of sin tolerated by society A pec-cadi llo. Wisdom can be bought we know men who are penny-wise. A friend that sticketh closer than brother A mustard plaster. To what trile does the Wandering Jew beloug? The tribe of Gad. The most accommodating letter of the English alphabet Let'er rip. The religious sect called Nestorians is composed altogethercf lay members. Advice of a milk- man. To prevent cows going dry lveep your pump primed. u(k slow, there is a hen on," is a needless caution eggs are thirty cents a dozen. Why is a rooster an improvident fowl? Because he never lays up for the future. "This life is all a flea-ting show," said the tramp as he crawled out of a farmer's barn. "I hope we meet on a peace footing," was Jone's apology for stepping on a stranger's corns. "The end justifies the means," said he, as he lifted a tramp out of the kitchen on the toe of his boot. "Coming events cast their shadows before," Baid the dude as he rode off the steps on a number twelve boot. Jones, a cross-grained husband, was upbraiding his wife' with the mental inferiority of her sex, to which the wife replied that she could see nothing creditable to himself in that, seeing that man was the bead of the woman "Every heresy known to the world has been championed by the male sex." said the wife to her husband "Xot so," said the husband, "how do you make that?" "In every volume of history we read of he-retics, but of she-retics never," was the triumphant rejoinder. All True. "Prospector," in Albany Herald under date of the 12th, details the needs of the Santiani mines as follows, "We need mail and transportation fa cilities. e need the mail line run ning up the north fork of the South Santiam extended beyond Whitcomb through to the mines, a distance of eighteen miles. We need the trail iuht completed, widened to a wagon road. We need a custom mill, also a saw mill." All the above needs are imperatively demanded, and every town and farm tributary to the mines are blind to their interests If they do not see that the miners get their de mands. Few people realize the mag nitude of our mineral resources and what their development means to ou valley. A little cool calculation is all that is needed to enlist men and capi tal In an enterprise that will place Oregon in the front oi mmerai-proauC' ing estates. Notice. As we expect to make cheese the coming summer, we hereby give notice that from and after the first of the year, we shall consider former con tracts for the supply of butter com pleted on our part, and shall hereafter make no yearly agreements for supply ing butter. Until the production of butter is dis continued, the preference will be given the home market when prices admit. Thanking customers for their pat ronage, we are, respectfully, J. M. MARKS. We wish to say to our old customers, and also new ones, that we are prepar ed to furnish well seasoned lumber, made from soft mountain fir, at the following prices: Second clear, . .. ......... SiO.OO Clear ....... 12.00 Clear 1x4 13.00 Fencing, boxing and timbers . 7.00 At our mill in Wirtsburg, Linn Co. Oregon Jennings & Co. Tbe FtVL(lr That always looks so pleasant, says go to Matthews s Washburn, Aibauy. ur. to buy stoves and ranges, because they only keep the best and always do as they agree to. UrOWII Hi.-, llu. croft, Stands in the very front rank' of America's distinguished literary men. hat wonderful historical series, which It has taken so many years to com plete, has made hi in famous the world over. A. brilliant array or eminent scholars of Europe and America, In cluding Herbert -Spencer, Huxley, Dr. John V. Draixr, Emerson. Bryant, Holmes, Howells, Wendell Phillips, WliUtier, Longfellow, Sir Arthur helps and scores ot others whoso amcs are familiar to book-loving peo ple, have come forward and testified to heir appreciation or his genius. Di plomas and complimentary certificates lave been snowmed upon him. vaie 'ollege has conferred the honorary egret of Master of Arts. That pow erful and indejendent journal, the fa mous Londou Times, 1 he Thunderer, devoted two whole columns to a re- iew of Bancroft's works, and Eng land's dignified Journals have discussed at length each separate volume as it n pea red. Now comes the news that tubert Howe Bancroft has received a uiiilxr of votes for a place among the famous "Immortals," an honor that those who know what the "Immor tals" nre will appreciate. A new work which the author hr s been engaged on for years has just np- ix-arcd from Mr. Bancroft's pen. It is called "Literary Industries," and is he graphic storv of a irreut achieve ment t ld by a master hand. The na ture of the work Is such that it will haea remarkable sale, esiiecially ou this coast, where many of the people mentioned are well known. The work is to be sold by subscription, aud the publishers want responsible agents to receive orders. We call attention to their ndvertiseiueut under Help Wanted. What makes everybody like to hear of bad luck to somebody else? Why do old people bo hate to see oung people enjoy themselves? Why do men like to see a worn in? and listen to a quarrel? or see a fight? hy do dyspeptics continue eating greasy bacon, baked beans and miuce pier Whv do bovs like to break class' and stone cats'? and tie tin inius to dogs' tiils? Why do men marry women unfit f r them and bewail their fate forever afterward? Why do fat people who agonize over their adipose tissue, eat sugar and munch caudy? Why doe9 a young man, when he goes ceuiting, act as It lie were doing something he is at-hamed of? Why will men He in a horse trade when they know it will be found out as soon as the purchaser tries the horse? Why do people run down every other ligiou but their own when they know that they never make any convert bv s doing? Why ds a girl unite herself for life to a man whom she knows driuks, and then spends her lif.-:ime groaning over her lamentable misfortune? "Is this the best?" Is aquestion often asked, when tnedieine is wanted. The following are a few of the medicines of known reliability, sold by M. A. Miller, druggist of this place. He has many other excellent medicines, but these are worthy of especial mention: Chamberlain's Cocuh Remedy, famous for its cures of severe colds, aud as a preventive of croup. Price 50 cents per bottle. Chamberlain's Paiv Balm, a gen eral family liniment and especially valuable for rheumatism. Price 60 cents per bottle. Chambebaix's Colic, Cholera Axn Diarrhcea ItEMEPY, the most re liable know in medicine for bowel com plaints. It is especially prized by per sons suoject to cone- it has cured many cases of chrenic diarrhoea. Price 2o and 60 cents per bottle. St. Patrick's Pills, for disorders of the liver and bowels. A vigorous nut gentle physic that cleanses and renovates the whole 3-stem. Price 23 cents per box. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. For Utter, salt-rheum. scald-head, eczema and chronic sore eyes. Price 2o eeu Is per box. LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET. Changed Every Week. . Wheat 69c. Oats 45c Potatoes 50c. Anplta Oreeu, 50c per bu; dried. 9c per io. nums uriea, sc Onions 3c Beef Dressed, 44Jc. Veal 5e. Pork Dreswd, 55Jc. Iard 1012T. Hams 12jc per lb. Shoulders 9Vi10c. Bides 10c per lb. Turkevs 10c per lb. Geew f 7 00 to f9 00 per doz. Ducks f6 00 per doz. Chickens 3 00 to $ 50 per doz. Kggs 27c per doz. isutter 2oc per id. Hides Green, 4n5c; dry, 10c. A roan who has practiced medicine for 40 years, ought to know salt from sugar; read what he says: Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1SS7. Mexr. F. J. Cheney & Co. Uentlemen: 1 have been in the general ptHctiiv of medieine for most 40 years, and would say fliat in aU my practh'e nnd experience have uever seen a preparation that I could ireertte with as much confidence of success as I can Hall's "atarrh Cure, manufac tured by tou. Hare prescribed it a great many tirae and" its effect Is wonderful, and would cay in conclusion that 1 have yet to find a ease of Ca tarrh that It would not cure, if they would take it according to directions. Yours truly, L. L. UOKSITH, M. I). Ottice, 215 Summit St. We will give $100 for any case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. F.J. CHENEY & CO., Props.. Toledo, O. JteySold by druggists, 75c. A Great Liver Medicine Dr, Gunn's Improved Liver Pill" are a sure cure for 8ick headache, bilious complaints, dyspepsia, indigestion, cob tiveness, torpid liver, etc. These pills insure perfect digestion, correst the liver and stomach, regulate the bowels, purify and enrich the blood and make the skin clear. They also produce a good appetite, and invigorate aud fctrengthen the entire system by their tonio action. Sold at 25 cents a box by M. A. Miller. Take It Before Breakfast. Tbe great appetizer, tonic and liver regulator. In use for more than 50 yeara in England. Posi tive specific for liver complaint. Bad taste in the mouth on arising in the morning, dull pains in the bead and back of the eyes, tired feeling' d la ziness, languor symptons of liver complaint. Remedy Dr. Benley'a English Dandelion Tonic. Relieves constipation, sharpens the appetite and tones tin the entire svstem. Get the genuine from your druggist for $1.00 and take according to di rections. IS LIFE WORTH LIVING? Not if you go through the world a dys peptic Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and Constipation, (jruaraiiteed and sold by M. A. Miller. Three Families Arrested on the Streets Of Albany, by the magnificent display of hardware, stoves and ranges at Mat- tnews Sc wasnourn'B, wno carry tne largeKtafsewrtnieiit in tbe vajley. CKOW lOOT ht K ATl If KM. Ca w ! ea w ! caw! Once morn we t b" purpose of en- perch ourselves for lightening the world to some blight degree, and no doubt very slightly. Cuw! i The roads are pi tting very muddy iu thiH part of the "Foot Stool," owing to the recent Jutcv weather. A series of meetingx. conducted bv the Rev. Brown, are uow In progress at the college cliupel, which are well attended. J. F. Stubblcfield. who has been vis iting ot the "Foot" for swtue time, will return to his home in WallnWallu this week. MJhs Zoe Marks will accompany him on a visit to her sister. Mrs. S. Caw, caw, caw, and once ngaln, did you read that newsy corresKiidence from Lacomb liiMt week? We did, ami we have been resting ever since, but are tired yet. "Democrat," the worthy correspondent, says, among other things, that they are still threshing ut Liaeomb! We don't doubt It If every thing Is as far behind the times as ho is, do yon? Well, as we arc unused to this kind of business, it got rather hard with us, so we must discontinue our song for the present at leasL "The Crow." "The Jrraay Lily." . Asouska Cottage, L. B., July 2. Gentlemen.- Altho' it is very unusual for me to use any lotions or washes, still, in answer to your request, I have tried Wisdom's Violet Cream and Kohcrtine. The former I consider cju'i-ially efficacious in cases cf roughness of the skin, and I have been Using it every day for the lost fortnight. I have found the Robertiue an excellent f reparation In casees of tan, sunburn, etc., caused by exposure to March winds and a July sun. Yours faithfully, Lim.ik Lanotby To Messrs. Wisdom te Co. A Sure Care for IMl. Itching Piles are known by moisture like perspiration cauHtig intense itch ing when warm. ThiH form, as well as blind, bleeding and protruding, yield at once to Dr. Biwaiiko's Pile Hmedy, which acts directly on the parts aHeeted, alworlw tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 50c, Druggists or mail; treatise free. Dr. liowinko, 3-U Arch street, Philadel phia, Pa. Sold by M. A. Miller. Excitement' ltu:is high in Lebanon at Beard Holt's drug store over System Builder, ns everltodv Is using it for Catarrh t:f the Stomach, Dyspeinttin, Consumption and Impure Blood. Try it and tell your rnencls alKiut it. as it iiium imscm wnnderrul merits when all cpenk well of it- CALIFORNIA I" I v r Aw4s-.waa --Gures UAIAHHH Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Corns HEADACHE, And ALL PAIN. Tha Califoriia FosHirs sad H'giMrs ELECTRIC COUGH CURE CUB18 COLDS. CtOUP. COhSUMMlO. PpH fcy all Drsrji.U. Each 35c, 60c & f 1 Orm singsT 41 Co . Prop's. Loa Angalss, Cal. Fur Sa e !r J. A. Beard, Lebauun. NOTICE! S'S. at f- THE Bargains! -TO BE T. C. PEEBLER'S. 15 lbs Extra C Sugar 13 lbs Granulated Sugar 4 lbs Hest Rio Cofloe 14 lbs Kice 20 lbs Beans 4 lbs Soda 10 lbs Lard We have tlie largest as well Crockery and Glasswar6, CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Furnishiug Goods, Gents' Neckwear, . VIVI GLOV1W, We pay cash for all kinds of Produce. We invite comparison. Lebanon Planing Mill UNIVERSAL WOOD-WORKER. ESTALISHED IN 1875 BY S. 1. KICKERSON. 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, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc., in fact anything man ufactured and kept on hand in a first-class planer. - In connection with the above, I also have on hand a well-assorted lumber yard in which is to be found rough and dressed Lumber, Rustic, Bevel, Weather Boarding, Flooring, and all kinds of Finishing Lumber for Cornices, Etc. (rpr AriHEABAGHEP Yh I "lliisYoo Walt." 1 1 v-zj V-rvol but cures - m - - - .,-r.' ,t . t f raff a til aria i-f ! imu j VV. H BOOTH, M. D., IMIYSICIAN&SlJRGEOiX Office In Cuv's New Bufld.'n-. , Residence at Mrs. Ambler's DR. W. C. NEGUS, Physician and Surgeon. (iMiliMito of Rofa! Cnlleso of LoiriM! and Ikl! vup V.t'ilieal t:b'.pu. Muss. "limiili nirs n se lulty. Canivr rwnnviil ti ll limit win or tbe knife. OKKICE Klrkjix: le t's biiiMinif, U-liomin, Or SAML. M. GARLAND, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. "LEBANON, OUEGON. Office with "Lebanon Express. Santiam Academy. Claws In Iji'.in, Higher Arithmetic. Aljrpbrn, t'hyll.EJ-, I'h-. tivogrophy, Book-Keepliis. I' S. Illftury nl o1m In Common Bmncber. Mental Arttlim'tlciaily aHcr Jul!. lst,l!firt. Tertn.": Si to jxr mouth. DAVID TOP.BET. A. M. I'rln-ipal. THE CRY OF MILLIONS! OH. TOY BUCK! TOP IT WOW, BOON IT WHL Bt TOO LATE. I hw l-n troubled many rear with dlwtK of the kidneys ana have trieii many it'tfr'cnl tetnedie and have nu?bt aid from different physicians witlwut relief. About the lt of Aoril I was siiHeriim from s tu yiofent attack that almost prostrated me in siiL-h s manner tnat I was bent orer. When I sat down it w almost impossible for me to ert kind rt tip nlone, or to put on my dome, wneo Providence sent Dr. Henley, wim me OREGON KIDNEY TEA, to my hotel. I immediately commenced a sing the tea. It bad an almost miraculous effect, and to the aston ishment of atl the ruesta at the hotel. in a few days.l am happy to state, that I was a new mas. I wil recommend the tea to all afflict. as 1 hare been. C. A. TUPFEK, iToprietor Occidental Hotel, Santa Roaa, Cal. BRICKI BRICK! 12G.OOO Brick: At nj" rani lit the subnrbs ot Liljanon For Sale at Reasonable Rates. All Kinds of MASON WORK DONE Willi Svatiu-w and Iena;ch. D. W. HARDIN. WOTICE)! HAD AT- $1 1 1 s 1 1 , 1 as the best select stock of 00 00 00 00 00 25 20 T. C. PEEBLER. I S -AND- llii3YooW,M BUT CURES fJOTtslHS ELSS. They'd Like -.to. M Closer, But they can't do it. "We would lUce to make closer figure- but we can't do it, because there is no room for .reduction-. To cut down the selling price a little mon; would be to cut into the cost price, and that would, be digging the ground freni under our own feet. Already we are Too Close To the cost mark and must, sell to make it pay; Ihe more goods we sell the lower we car ell. We""had sooner sell ten one dollar each than sell one lars. Our profits would bo the You Make the Nine Dollars Saved in the transaction. If patronize the price cutters. thev save vou monev. If vou the lowest prices, then stay C. C. HACKLEMAN'S. P. 8. Please bear in mind we are now receiving Holiday Goods in the following lines: Handerchiefs, Plushes, Ribbons, Silks, Satins, Silk Mitts, Hosiery, Corsets, and the finest line of White-Blankets' (of the Salem Mill Co.'s make) to be had in the country. LITTLE GIANT The Very Best School Shoes In the xVlarl-cet. All Solid. Call and See How They Are Made. CO CD O JZ CO o o o CO c cd b CD t Every parent knows how hard children are on shoes. We have made it a study to find the best School Shoe in the market, and think we can give it to you when we give the "LITTLE GIANT." We ask you to call and let us show you how tht shoe is made. There is nothing like Solid Leather to wear. Pop ular prices. ' C. C. HACKLEMAN. W. B. -DEALER IX- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Cigars, Tobacco, Furnishing Goods, Etc. Firsts-Class Goods AT REASONABLE , PRICES. Country Produce for Give Me a Trial KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OF Shingles, Posts, Boards and Pickets, ST. CHARLES HOTEL, M.V; POUD,' OnlyipClass nD REASONABLE, for Comfort lots of goods at these prices; articles per dav at a profit ut article at a profit of ten dol same in either case, but vou want low Thev work in prices to rule, vour interest? don't want the best goods at away from Kid Gloves, Silk MufHers, Lace SCHOOL SHOES, CO CD o CO o o XI a CO -t G cd o CD r .. - ti DON AC A, Taken in Exchange Goods. and Bb Convinced. PROPRIETOR, Hotel in Lebanon BY THE DAY Oi? WEEK". " '