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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1891)
.JANUARY 30, 1S91.
EYES AND EARS!
;n to city
lUtaiiiaiit for a equure
The . was formally dedlent?i! Fri
leave your oixlers fur cak lit City
There ore two
meetings in progress
Mrs. JIunteHcr burned a hand badly
Finest bread and pie In town at the
F. M. French, the Uwfler. A Hum v.
keea railroad time.
Fresh oyster served In any style at
the City lteoUturant.
Mrs. (Sentry ha added another bull-!
iling to her pronerty.
There were some more, land buyers
In Ijcbanou thl week.
The Baptists are negotiating for lots
on which to build aeliurvb.
Heveral ear load of lumber were
received thia week from Coburg.
Bob. MeOlure says two members of
his household have the measles.
Peterson A Garland sold some lois
this week in the Cowan addition.
Orva Thotnjwon jnlt the employ of
C 11. Montague on Saturday last.
81 nee Kd. Carr bought anew oart we
may expect a better mail service.
Mr. Menzies has laid a new walk
along his property on Vine stm t.
Mr. Vroom la building a barn on his
property opposite the M. K. church.
Mr. Khnbro td in filed ofTU pounds of
obesity in his? struggle with the ineiudea.
A short letter appears m this Issue
from our ramb'iiig correspondent, It.
Frank Mai ks of Lebanon drew one
of the prizes at French's Jewelry store
Mr. Ijonsherry r"-lald tho walk In
front of the M. K. church Stmt It Wed
nesday. Phil. Smith looks natural gninir
nbout with his leathern case and assess
Our correspondent at Whiteomh says
there Is a good opening for a grocer at
M. E. Hearn, formerly depot agent
t this place,- is now located at
The Democrat says that the report
that Albany wants a $130,000 court
house is false.
C B. Montaarue I Belling winter
srrd of 1! kirtti at down prices never
heard of before.
The Albany Iemocrat is opposed to
a division of the counly, while lite
Herald favors it.
Rev. T. P. Boyd went to Brownsville
Monday to assist in the revival ser
vices in that place.
Mrs. Xj. Li. lluekner of th! ?lo ro
tvlved the Kill intelligence of llie death
of a brother, las-t wet k.
PeteNettleton of Rock Hill cut his
Foot !n-t work, not so badly however r.s
'to prtVeul his p'lfg about.
J. A. Baker finished "' pslntlnt? the
dep-t at this place last week and the
8. P. officers received the work.
Ii. M. Wheeler's house on Grove
street will, when completed, a com
modious, well-arranged building.
Board by day or week afc City Res
taurant. E.S. Pearson,
Prof. It. X. Wriarht made his ermenr-
Rnce on ourstreets Saturday after aliout
ten days confinement with'the measles.
What is the opinion of the newly
elected council in regard to pub'shinar
the city ordinances in the K.xrrKss?
The ring which was removed from
the young lady's finger in Albany Sat
urday, was returned to the owner Mon-
Enoch Whited located on on the hill
tide east of Lehinun a few months ago
And has earnestly set to work to clear
T. Ii. Rice of Waterloo went to
Albany Monday. lie will make his
home in the latter city for a few
We acknowledge the receipt in book
form of the vail road coramissoners'
report, which was tent us by Hon.
The building vacated by Mrs. Smith
last week Is soon to be occupied by Mrs.
Cowan, a fashionable milliner and
Cant, tanning of Albany was in
Portland this week and exhibited two
gold bricks to an Oregonian reporter.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the C P.
church met at the house of Carson
Holt on Tuesday and plied their nee
Ed. Carris spading his yard and
seeding it to lawn grass. The example
is worthy of being followed by other
Our Baptist brethern began a series
f meetings in the Academy last Sab
bath under the leadejsh'ip of their
The "devil" donned a pair of spec
tacles Tuesday. They consist of two
double-sash windows and give satis
faction to all but His Majesty.
Persons who habitually read papers
from our waste basket instead of tak
ing a paper that, is up with the times,
plant their crops in the moon.
Rev. C. A. McTlrov has been era-
ployed as missionary for the Mt. Pleas
ant uaptist Association, with head
quarters at Dayton, Washington.
The sect ion foreman, Jas. Skelly, has
had his force of men at work oh the
switch at this place for some time, and
a much better track is the result.
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to me will please call and settle,
as I need my money.
M. A. Miller.
T'or the present I shall recall my
monthly appointment at the Tennessee
school house, as I am going away.
Rev. C. A. Mc1l.ro y.
Eleven years ago last Saturday we
had a hard wind and torrents of rain.
A comparison of the two dates will
show a marked improvement in the
Rev. M. C. Aleridge, who has been
engaged in revival meetings at. Browns
ville for a few weeks, came over to Leb-
anon Saturday and returned Sunday
The report of the fish commissioners,
. the report of the regents of the State
University, and the Governor's mes
sage were" sent to us by his Excellency
The most delicate constitution can
safely use Dr. J. H. McLean's Tar Wine
Lung Balm; it is a sure remedy for
coughs, loss of voice, and all throat and
Rev. Hanleiter becan a series of re-
vival services on last Sunday evening,
to be continued for an indefinite period.
.All Christians are aked toco-operate in
Tbe Ibiuiu-U and shoes Montague bni
been st'lliuji so cheap fur the pnt few i
weeks are gaining such reputations t
insii tney neii on tneir own goon merits
when once tried.
Are yon In love? If so, marry the
Idol of your ati'cetlons and then go to
Matthews tfe Washburn's, nt Albany,
buy a stove or range, raise a large fam
ily and lie happy.
Rev. tJ. H. Itanlelter will deliver an
illustrated lecture to the children on
Sunday next, tit 3 1 M. in the M. F..
ehurch HotUh. Let all the children
attend this meeting.
Sunt lam Crange Installed oilleeis last
Saturday. The tlrange at this plmt Is
one of the largest organizations of the
kind in the county, and Is composed
of active energetic men.
Since the O. Ry. was widened two
or three carloads of lunthcj have been
shipped from t'ohtirg to this place.
This Is a great convenience over trans
ferring the lumber at the Junction.
We learn from a man just, from
Douglas county that the marble quarry
in that wet Ion' Is almost unlimited In
extent and that it is of a texture that
Is susceptible of a very high polish.
During the past year nearly all the
available lots on "Park and ttrove
streets have been built upon, and It is
surprising to note tin Improvements
which are lelng nimte In East Lebanon.
Dr. A. O. Prill or Sweet. Home has
advertised for Several species of Oregon
birds. The Dr. is a taxidermist and he
Is buying with a view to mounting
the various specimens of the feathered
In the absence of H. M. Oarlaml last
week, W. C. Peterson was kept pretty
busy. When real estate men are kept
busy we conclude that times are good,
for "we very naturally ass.H'iate the 0 e
with the other.
On the ISth of January, 1S01, Mr. J.
M. Smith of Brownsville and Mi.-s
lone Arthurs of LlU-rty were tnited
in matrimony, at the home nt the
bride's parents, Thos. A. Yost of Sweet
Do yon want the earth? If s.-, call
on Matthews A Washburn, Albany,
Or., and thty will take pleasure in
showing you the larurest ana most com
plete line of hardware, stoves and
ranges In the valley.
Frank Millard, who came from Cali
fornia last summer and worked In
walton Wiley's planer for several
months, has leen prospecting on the
Sound for several weeks, and has not yet
decided to leave Lebanon.
I. M. Ferry, whose advertisement
appears in t his paper, i a seedsman of
a national reputation. Persons pur
chasing seeds from this bouse have the
satisfaction of knowing that they are
dealing with a reliable tlrm.
It would seem that James Rlalne, Jr.
has Inherited neither the self-respect
nor t he dignity of his illust rious sire. 1 le
was thrust nut of a ball room a few
days since for Improprieties practiced
while Indulging tn a debauch.
Alt persons knowloR themselvr In-Oet-tttl
to John tnjrer are requested to
settle by Fet. tilth, or all outstanding
accounts will be put intotue hands of
an attorney for collection after that
date. Joi.n Uukk.
A lear was killed on the Kantiam a
few days ago. It is unusial for bear to
make rhelr apiearance so early. If we
do not have an early spring we have
it-en mislead by the" animal kingdom,
and Easter will have to atone for a like
A rev! val service was begun in the ,
M. E. church Soi.th eomsday even- j
ing, several denominations uoiling.
The mcttings wil' If protratteti ' !
initely. xll t bristians; re;rarll8 j
ot church aniiiatious, are as Ken to eo-
opiate in ine&e meeuncs.
We learned Saturtlay that tvity
cight men had been canvassing the ter
ribrv between the two Santlams, so
Ikiiing names to a petition for a divis
ion of the courtly. On the afte;ntm of
that day a remonstrance was circulate .1
with as much vigor In this vicinity.
The Salem Journal says that "J. T.
Anderson brought to that office two
pears which weighed five pounds."
Tht variety Is known as the pound
pears, and the name was given by east
ern pomologies, where the maximum
weightwssone pound, hi nee the name.
I. R. Rerun, wsll unvil his s cond
barber polo in a few days. Tbe pru
prietor hopes that the ceremonies at
tending the event will leless impnedng
and that public veneration may not eo
so far as to transport, piece-meal, the
striped ' shaft, as was done on a former
Asyet.no one has tieen found to
builtta railroad from 1 his place to Wete--lio
via Sodavillo. We khow not how
many have been figuring on tlieprojeci.-,
but we tsiicve that the man or com
pany of men who take ho!d of the
matter with both hands will be well :e
warded for the outlay.
The Lebanon Cornet Band were mu
sically inclined Thursday evening last.
After serenading S. P. Bach, who gave
the band a sumptuous repast, they vis
ited in turn the newly-elected city
officers and infused into each enough
patriotic fervor to serve a city of twice
the population of Lebanon.
"Some farmers plant their crops in
the moon, others plant in the ground.
The ground farmers get the best crops.
The moon does not seem to lie as iop
ular as it used to he but there are young
folks in this town who still go by the
moon." Athena Press. The honey
moon is popular in all lands.
The Eugene Guard of the 24th int.
says that a party of six from Taeoma,
left Eugene Wednesday with two teams
loaded with supplies for the Blue
River mines. They will work night
and day shifts running a tunnel on
their ledge, and if prospects warrant
will put in a mill in the spring.
We are Informed ths.t some of the
patronsofthe Waterloodanocon Friday
night last paid dearly for their diver
sion. Some of the men lost their hat
and ot'iers again missed their foot-wear.
We rememlier reading of an early
preacher by the name of John the Bap
tist who had his head danced off.
Sick Headache and a sensation of op
pression and dullness in the head, a?-e
very commonly produced by indiges
tion; morbid despondency, irritability
art! over sensitiveness of the nerves
may, ia a majorty of case;, be traced to
the'same cause. Dr. J. H. McLean's
Kidney Balm and Pillets will posi
The "Life of the flesh is the bld
thereof;" pure blood means healthy
functional activity and this bears with
it the certainty of quick restoration
from sickness or accident. Dr. J. H.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial and
Blood Pnrifier gives pure rich blood,
and vitalizes and strengthens the
whole body. ?1 00 per bottle.
A young lady who returned from
i abroad to her home in Lebanon on last
j Saturday, stopped at the railroad hotel
in Albany and took dinner; after dinner
she lay dowu upon a lounge, and hav
ing slept none the previous night she
soon fell asleep. On awaking she
found that some thief had removed
from her finger a seven-dollar ring.
Geo. D. Peebler of Pendleton, while
j visiting relatives and friends in Lob-
wheat with a view to ascertaining
whether it was adapted to the sou and
elimate of Eastern Oregon. Up to date
the srrain has made a much ranker and
more vigrious growth than the obler
varieties of wheat, and if the present
outlook affords any criterion of tbe
; harvest it vill be the leading variety
j in that : section.
Ijtbrinon this wsk. 11
recently li-arned that properiv
he owns In WheeHiig,
Which he hod nbnudont-d about the
time of llie broking out of the war, Is
now wot th f H0,tH). He will return to
Va. In the spring aud dispose of the
According to (he Brtiwusvlllo Times
the citizens of that town are on the
heels of a gre at, project. The enterprise
under advisement conteniplalcs trans
mitting power front the falln at Oxford
mill, six miles above town. The power
when transmitted can lie made to sub
serve the Interests of the town In many
wavs, and If the plans should conn to
maturity It would Infuse vigor into the
Several limes within the past two
years It has been suggested that we
organize n military company at this
place, but as the mutter lias never re
ceived any attention beyond an inform
al street conversation, the project was
allowed to cool licforeany decisive steos
were taken. As the matter Is ag:on
engaging the attention of those who
are vnloroudy Inclined, perhaps the
organisation can bo ctl'eeted without
Our esteemed citizen, S. P. Bach, re
turned from Salem with u bride on
Thursday last. The bund had divined
the ot jeet of his visit to the Capital
City, and knowing 'hat he would come
In on Thursday, met the couple at the
depot ami escorted them to the St.
Ch a tics, mean while playing some choice
airs. Mr. Bach manifested his n; pre
watlou of this fieudl.v demonstration by
treattuft the crowd. The IvM'itFKS
tenders the happy couple their congrat
ulations ami wishes them unalloyed
The Oregonian has the largl circu
lation of any daily, Sunday or wrekly
paper west of I he Rocky mountains.
And In order t further luereaM Its
circulation thev have selected with
great cure, n large )it of valuable
books and other ueful articles, and are
odV ring them as premiums to each new
suliscriber, to any of Its several Issues
for vearlv sulwciiptlons. The Oregon
ian should lie In every household. Send
for premium list.
Orkuoxiax Prm.is'ttxo Co.,
A reader who has lived In the vi
cinity of SodHville for twenty-six years
is opposed to an appropriation for the
springs at this place. He says that
years ago, before the hand of man hail
made any attempt to Improve the
spring r Its surroundings, the wafer
was strong and sparkling and each suc
ceeding lil'ort to improve the spring
has robbed the water of its virtue. He
Is confident that if the appropriation
le granted and the spring Is' aguiu
tamM'reil with that the water will lie
as vapid and tasteless as a wet-weather
I have a cousin who Is a printer,
says Ex-Mayor J. B. Iioughran of
North Desmoines, la. Some years ago
he was employed In this city where tin y
where they w'ere printlng'elreulars for
Chnmlioiiiiin. He had a deep seated
cold and terrible otie:h, and while
settlnpt np copy lo madt up his mind
to buy a bottle. It cured him and
that was the first I ever knew of
Chnmberhm's Cotih Remedy. I have
tn-en In Its favor ever since. My ow n
experience and that of my family con
vinces me that this remedy U the
lest In th world. Thai may be strong
language but that is what I think.
For sale by M. A. Miller.
Never within the recollection of the
oldest Inhabitant has there been s.
roil..l, bii.LMIika Ilk llild ItilO i.r t brb 11111 11-
trv as there waa last fall and the past
,,ttIf of tUf? wintcr n,ontbs. We have
,., peour'd with diphtberi.i ami
nieasb s (in most Instances in a mild
form anil r.(her tnalas'.Ies which outran
ur method nomemlRture. TI.U part
of the citinty has ever len accounted
one of the most healthful localities In
the Slate, but from some unknown
cause we have laid ourselves open to
IheattseUsof various ipldeiuics, which
complete their eour? only from a lack
of subjects. In this country health
distils' from the clouds during Ihe fall
and w inter months, and a dry winter
The notorhtv which has accrued to
Sweet Home as a result of the recent
church trouble is undeserved, and It si
anyone should get a wrong impression
of the inhabitants of this fair section of
cou ti try, it is but just to say that the
population of that precinct are a quiet,
law-abiding, moral cla.-8 of people.
But few of the substantia! citizens of
that place alietttsl or countenanttsl the
recent unpleasantness. There are dis
turbing elements in the lie. t of com
mutinies ami Sweet Homo is (we are
sorry to sai not an exception to the
ri.le. The trouble simply grew out of
an attempt on the part of a" few Indi
viduals to right a public grievance ky
private means. Sweet Home will con
tinue to be what she has ever lecn in
the past, one of the mt desirable
localities which bonier the great Wil
Elder Shea was Interviewed by an
Express reporter Monday relative to
the Sweet llome church ilt. The
Elder was in a happy frame of mint!
and expressed himself freely conferr
ing the late deliverance of Justice
HuniDhreyof Albany. He said that
the trustees mentioned by his Honor
were good, reliable men and that the
pmperty could not fall into safer hands.
"As for myself," said the candidate Tor
ecchslastieal onlers, "I have no serious
objections to wearing the surplice, but
I do most solemnly protest against be
ing associated with Justice Humphrey
in the pastwrate of that church The
news paper reports which link my
name with that of an Albany man can
not but be damaging to a reputation
I have lieen titty years In building."
Here the Elder was so overcome with
emotion that he could proceed no
further, and the reporter left liiin to
brood over a misfortune w hich would
kill a little nature.
A correspondent of the Seattle Tele
graph gives the following nccouut of
religious services held in the northern
suburbs of Seattle:
For ths past two weeks the Rev. J.
It. Klrkpatrick, late of Oregon, has
been preaching to the people of Yesler
and ltavenna every evening. There
have been up to date some sixty or
seventy professions of faith. The man
ner of the preaching is simple, but
earnest and logical; he makes the Bible
interpret itself, and has a great many
original illustrations and anecdotes to
illustrate. Sometimes he has the
w hole congregation hi a laugh, and the
next minute in tears. For the past ten
nights there has been hardly standing
room in the church at Yesler, ana the
multitudes are flocking in from every
direction. The Rev. Olark Davis hs
boon out two evt-nings, and pronounces
it the greatest success lie has ever seen
in or around Seattle. The Rev. Klrk
patrick is temporarily loctated st Ra
venna. He has been in the ministry,
we understand, about twenty years,
mostly in the South, but is recently
UK. ACKER'S ENGLISH PILLS.
jAre active, ttVetlve and pure, ror
sick headache, disordered stomach, loss
of appetite, bud complexion and bil
iousness, they have never been equaled,
either in America or abroad. Sold by
M. A. Miller.
Kotlce to Farmer!.
Wanted at once, chickens, ducks,
geese, turkeys, dried fruits, butter,
eggs, and ail" kinds of farm produce,
for w hich 1 will pay the highest price
In cash or exchange for goods.
G . W. Simpson.
D. Mi , U of Hrowi.il
in is, t.ii i its i o n i:.
Cur-rent money Rog
Plttfrgt l coin l nnt pnt ensh.
An fxpenslre revenue cutter A to
Dr. Koch, the (icrniaii si-Ii.ntlst, Is
deserllied as having a 'iymph"-at!e
A grammarian Insists that the word
sea Is feminine liccitu.se it wears rufih s
tun! whlto caps.
Evtrenies Homellmcs ni 'et, wes the
verdict of a young man who had Just
taken a header on a bicycle.
A stroll thii'Ugh the prisons of our
great titles will envlneo one thrtt the
"pen" is mightier than llie sword.
A reformer concludes that smoking
Is positively devilish because "Id Nic(k)
otlne Is found tit th bottom of it all.
Why warn men against nutting their
light uluhr a bushel when a quart
measure would answer every purpose.
"Where there Is a will there Is a
way," sahl voung liulbiut as the obi
man oM-nel the front doorand pointed
out into (he darkness.
Tin d I Here no Uiwecn a iter drinker
and true charity Is this: "Charity Is
nut puffed ui,'' says the apostle, hut
the Iser gust W Is more or less in Hated.
Until recently the Chinese could
boast of the greatest wall In the world
lint t In; greatest wall tit her ancient or
modern was I he eater-waul on our buck
fence last Week.
It was found on examination that
the peixin who complaint d of hi? eyes
that he had been rending a story paper
ami hence the weakness complained of
was duo to concent ruled lye.
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He treats the story f the Savior with
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In siiiklng of the work, the New
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The well-known and enterprising
publishers, the Pncilte I'o'ili-litiii; Co.,
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Oim Ttmm; n U ft for Stlim Jrrttn1aj
Mr. Whlie!u-al ineve.1 Intatou-ii MmtOrtt".
Mr. II. E. rani-h tUlUsl Allntiiy KahtnJur.
W. J. t;rlim-!t rnmtf In on We'ltiewUy lnlnv
(". K. Ti'ltil'l I iinw H Ffnula'e, Wn-liliis.tm.
MNs Nt-'ltit Amoti went to hrvitt uv!!le Mimtlny.
Jerry She went to Altwuy tin tm-imw M.tli.)r.
ltrv. J. Rucr.i vMiihI the ExrnKt la-t vnek
Mrt. A. Marcclhi" wit. itlr 1!! a few ty lt k.
ltev."r: A. Jlt llr..)- U'ft for We-lon Moclaj
monOnz. Mr. 1Ini:iUton. of Su,ft nxe, v In" ti'.tn
I hrtrU y Sluieii of S.vret Home, tvi In loan
Mr. Fnnik Caltne P very II'; &x oh? of hr
Mi I'eimtt Kirtpnirkk reiuntel from Seal'.k
t:w. lisle ami Mr. Kim.p retmnei fnirn l"n
0. '. Ilia klt niflii vi-itiit the C.t.liul City l!n
fir! f the rn k.
Jnmes inx. of Craw fnr.lvilU. in trcl to
mm last T!mr-ulity.
M. A. M!llt." went to Rnlcia Mon.Say ami rt
Ml-s Arnie Po;i. hivs ht-fsi very IU of line: ft
are pltl to report her rvciVtry.
F. H. Mi-Omn'ck. (f Ftr-.-et Hum?, wvnt to M
lB'iy lYIiloy to make dim! !Kf on hi lamt.
Willi falilorcitBio vr from firimnsvllie Rnt
unlny ant at.iil at Oil oP.U-e long rnengh to
give a jrhtiM tlatire.
Mr. retry, ol Sxluviilo. reiunioi frnm Snlcm
Smtly. He w.'iit to SjiK-m lo look after ti e
Sudarllle appropriation liill.
frof. R. N. Wrisrht vMal llie puhlie who 1
Motiilay, 1ml t o hartiitt entirely reeovcv"! from i
t!ie moa-U-s, he wan unalile to take rt las In hand.
Mr. C. W. Witter, of KuiTiie, It vlitiitj reto
llw la lA'hmion ami Htylavllle. Mr. Witter s
an no nt of H. B. ami T. J. foylc. glie Ih aertan
p.ii 'l hy her Piece, Miwi Fink, who Is leccnt'y
irom III 'ioi.
Pweet Home ConnUrahots.
Kihtor Lkbaxoh Exrrnw:
II. I. llittner,8 article culls for a few
corrections. In the fiit pluce he woe
well aware thut our trustees had de
chirtd that he nhouhl not lie permitted
to preach In the church. In the second
place, It wr.f not found liefore all the
people that MeKtroy and his assistants
would have the privilege of boldiiir
all of bin meet digit there. In Ihe third
place, It la not true that II. I. Dinner
waitl one word to the peoph; to pacify
them or keen them from breaking down
the doors. Neither Is It true that alter
the tloors were demolihcd some es
caped through the windowa and that
the others crept out at the dtiors. Mor
ris and hit men who were insit'.o are
men In the true sense of the word, and
tlo not creep out at doors or cscapa
through whitlows out of fear of such u
m!n n Ditincr.
l?ut let thin he sufficient for the prest
ent. The public will lie able to see
wherein Ia the truth or falsity, wherein
Is the true nianlu o I or cowardice, when
this cat now pending t-hall have been
tried liefore an impartial jury.
Thus. A. Yost.
A Quick Cure for the McaKle.
For a stout, robust man, take one
quart of good biandy or whisky, put
two spoonfuls of pulverized brimstone
in it; for females or ordinary men, one
pint aud a half of brandy and one
spoonful of brimstone; for children
from 8 to 15 years old, tine pint brandy
ana one vpooutui or brimstone, ana
under that age, less. When you get
sick with the mea-les, make It milk
warm, shake up vrellj and drink half a
gill every hour until they come out
good; stay in the house and keep
warm and you will lie well in three
days, but keep using th liquor for
three days longer.
It. P. SCANLAKD.
Ood's BlensliiB to Humanity.
So Says an Oregon I'ioneer Ninety Years Old.
Foukmt Grovk. Or.. March 19.
T have used the OKKOON" KIDNEY TEA nnd
obtained immediate relief. It is God's ble-int; to
bumanitv. I tttke pleHsure fn recoinmcntllna; it
to the ai'Hieled. I am now nearly ninety yenrs
old, nunc to Oregon in 142 In the employ of ihe
Hudson s Buy Oompnnv, e.nd since 1 bepan i:s:ir
the OUE'JON KIDNEY TKA I enjoy R.xnl health.
DAVID ML NKoE.
Wood fop Sale.
Dry fir wood delivered to any part of
the city for $2 2-5 per cord. Leave or
ders with Kirkpatriek or this office.
l X N V
j -'t Point, N. C , Jail. I 1.
Kwr.iB LV.iu.Non Irxi'iti'.':
I left Lebanon on llie evening f the
Kith of December, which was one if
I lie loveliest diys man ever saw. l):t
reaching Albany my trouble began; I
had to wait till tht evening of the 17th
on nceouiit of a breakdown on tin' P.
P., which whs life lino my tbiu t c ilUd
for, and from that Urns on it was ore
breakdown or miss connection nfhr
another. J understood when I bought
my ticket that there would !e I in few
changes, but we did not connect at a y
place that we should. About the thin
we would get asleep we v outi Le
waked up to change cars. I cannot
advise anyone to travel this mad If It
Is always as it was when I came over.
On the evening of llie ",7th 1 arrived
at my destination, High Point, N. C,
which Is a very lilee town of aisitit
I!0t)0 inhabitants, and contains a great
many large fut toi It s, sneb as tobacco,
shoe, and sash ami (hair factories. It
la surrounded by farming lands, very
good for this country, lhoiili not quite
so good as Oregon. ' But If some of our
Ortgon sheep men Were to see Ihe great
sH!;e and bmuhgrass hills of North
Carolina they would go wild. It is
the grandest sight for a sheep man that
I ever saw. (truss can be seen just, as
far as the eye can n-ach. Land is very
rheiip from $2.50 to $31 per acre. The
people are very kind ami gciii-rous, us
the Southern people have always had
1 am stopping with oneof my uncles,
who has lived here about sixty-live
years, lie can recite Ihe tips nnd
downs of the war and the life- of a
Southern man In general, which is
very lnteri-st lug to a Northerner. Peo
ple live to a great age In this ooantrv.
and thev also have a great many old
relies. There are two clocks here that
art: ovi r 3H yeais old, and $im has
been offered for oneof I hem. There
Is nn apple tree at my uncle's that was
Bvt tail by my great -grand fat her lllatt
at the age of .'to. He ale apples olf It
till he was IK); then niv f.raudfath--r
tilt HI, ami at the present lime oneof
my uncles, at Ihe age of HJ, In t ilting
from It; so yon see that apple tn-es ami
Hlutts live to a great age III North
Carolina, Think thenj are more old
i-eople- In Ibis State than In any other
State in the Union. IU kf. Hiatt.
Ducklen'c Arnica Salve.
The Bi-r Sai.vk in the world f.r
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
lituum, Fever Sores, Tetttr, Chepp. d
Hands, Chilblains, Corn, ami nil skin
Eruptions, and positively cures liles,
nr no nay required It Is guarantied
to give iH'iTcet srdl,"ietlon, or money
refunded. Price ITuents per bos. For
sale by J. A. Beard.
A Surts ni for Iil.
f telling rile me known by moisture
like pers lmth!i e. ulig luteiiw Itch
ing when warm. Tlii form, ns
'iliinl, tiht-tOtiir atl rtt tiiioir,
vleld et once l Di. K'sunko't Pile
Itemed v, which net tlir-t!y on the
parts sflVctctl, alorls tumors, rillnys
lit hlng t'tid ellWis ft ertnaiii nt cure.
5'Kj. Druggbls or mail treatise five.
Dr. lleauko, .TM Arch street, liul.uhl
phia, l'a. SoM ny M. A. Miller.
The Fat I.atljr
Tint nbvnys biks so ptettsant, says go
1 1 .MutthewsA Washburn. Albany", Or.,
to buy stoves and ranges, ltcause tlK-y
only keep the be.-t and always do as
they agree t.
I'tirt" fnmltlr rrftril tn ti lrti
t)f Alhnny, by tbe nut 'iilflcent tl!iil:iy
iof htir.l wnrc, VtovcH and ,.li--a ttt iut
(tiiet & Witchhunt's, w mi" carry the
largest fissorimeiil in llie viniey.
1 Fluent band uinde rrench candy nt
Rhcumalhm, 'rtir:i?g"n, Coras
HEADACHE, Ai d ALL PAIN.
Vi3 CilifornU ri'tl tmi P (i'!ti
ELECTRIC COUGH CUBE
CUf COLD. CH0VP. COUVtPt.OH.
old ty kit Ilrng',l.. Each So. EPo It tl
OrMtlngcr A uo , r, op'. Lo n;la, Oal,
For Hull' !)" J. A. Rcaril, LvIkvimh.
THE STORY OF A YEAR.
Look on this picture and then on that." Ths
aboTe face are exact reproductions of photo
irrapha taken from Ufa of lira. Morton D. Har
lan, who rsMe at No. 68 Wert Hh Street, New
.York City. The flint on wa taken In Norem
br, IW, while In the laitt Ktairea of conwinip
tlon. Abandoned hy phTKicinns and mourned by
frlenda. The other was taken in lecvniber,
l-w, when completely recovered, and entirely
tlirmtfrh the line of tr. Acker s KngllRh Heniedy
for Conmimption. Tho above pictures are wood
etita. but they are true to life and the oriRinal
f'hototfntphs, taken from life, can be een at all
he riruir alores. Mrs. llarlan'a consunipUou
beran a connimntlon eminlly doe. Willi a
coiirIi In the morning, raicinir of phletrm, tired
and deiwesned feellnira, a lack of appetite, the
loss of flesh and paina throuuhont the body.
She did not real ice her extreme danger until it
became almost too late, but she in in perfect
health to-dnv. Dr. Acker's English Remedy
for Consumption Ik sold by all reputnble drug
gists. You can't afford to be without it.
. - i :
o '.f U t: vi v r
GT PAUL. CT. LOUIG,
AND ALL PCINT3
East, North P South,
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
C. G. RAWL1NCS, Agent,
Albany, : :
Ok EG ON.
j n mum i ii ii
Ossaha, ' Kansas Oily, CLicaga,
; U 11 1 11 S! Ii l.f.k
t i ring werther.
Mr. I lanii linui) is up prohjiocl In,:.
tiuul's fioiui Js just over an attack
of la gr'pp .
Mr. Whftooiiib ! falling some mon
ster tens In hi- ynrd.
. Ci'. r some sbtfiitittg en his claim, Mr.
Workman has gone to renew his work
at I .eli.iliuh.
Pig Jlottoni neis a jrrm cry store, a
g i d road In plui o of the "irail, nod
more b aiatldo settlers. Everybody
sl'oul'l e'ld their Influence and tissird
i u In -letting a rend ami wo will not
1 n i wuiu for the settlers, M. E, XV.
A Wonder Worker.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man
of liui lui'.'tou, OliSo, htiites that lie had
been tinder the care of two prominent
physb hti.s, and used their i rent men t
until he was not able to get around.
They pronounced his case to Ik Con
sumption und incurable. He was per
suaded to try Dr. King's New Discov
ery for CoiiMimptiou, Coughs a ud ft ids
and at that time was not utile to walk
across the street without rusting. He
found, before he had Used half of a
dollar bottle, Unit he was much better;
he continued to use it and Is enjo lug
good health, if you have any Throat,
Lung or Chest trouble, try- It. We
gua-alitee M.I infuot loll. Trial Ixillle
lice at IlearilV. drug store.
"Ti 4irfy I.lly."
Anglksk.v CoTfum;, L. IL, July 2.
(Jr)tth utrttf Allho' It Is very unusual
for me to u.'i? any lotions or
wnhes, still. In answer to your
riqueM, I have tried Wisdom's
Violet Cream and Hol'rtlne. The
former I consider esieehil!y enVaclnii
In cases of roughness of the skin, and
1 have M't ii uing It every ay f r the
bint fot tnlg'it. I have found tbe
Itohcrtiiio n excellent t rcpitrutmn In
c;isi-m of tun, siuibtirn, etc., tnusetl by
exposure to March w Inds and a July
sun. Ytairs faithfully,
To ?.fest-rs. Wlsilom & Co.
Mtft ii:tplan Blllotir
The symptoms of this disease ure tle-pr-sion
of t-plrits, foul coalnl tongue,
bad taxiing mouth, disagreeable breath,
tlrv skin with bloCcbes ami eruptions,
sallow tsiMiplcxloll nnd yellow eyes,
tired aching shoulders, du! pain in
right side, faint n"s,d i..incs and Ii reg
ular bowls. This complaint in all f
Its forms can I e reaiiily cured hy tak
ing Dr. (itinn's Impro'vcil Liver Fills
as dirccttd, ami a lingering spell of sick
ness will often tsj warded nil' by their
use. S )tJ ut 2T cents a laix by M. A.
f'li"r.i la iJt'tn. IPtfliT Ari'iiiDft'o, AUftUra.
I'hy !olijy. l'liy. Oem-rvphy. Ilnnk-Krepliiic. t'.
s. Hliir ami sl-o In ("oinmon Ilranefao. iit.-ot.-I
A-;!lit-'itri!i'ij Per Jan. tt.
Torino: J to .i ir Rt'otttt.
OAV1U TORJ5ET. . J!..
W. H BOOTH, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In Guv'a New Building.
Residence at Mrs. Ambler's.
DR. W. C. NEGUS,
Physician and Surgeon.
tirivluale of Koyitl ''.Hi e uf Ixiixloti mti !KH-n-
Me1ieat Clk-gt, M-a
t 'Sirt.ulf Cue it -lnii.v.
t"tni"r-t rt?moreit lttit rn!,t Vnir
OKFII E Kirkiatrifk- buIMIng. LebaiMin, Or
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
W. T. IUHMEV. I- T. BAB1!.
J. W. 8APFB.
BURNEY, BAR1N & DRAPER,
OKf.UON' CITY. OHEOOX.
Twrntv ypnrs exjvrleTie Ki?lMcrof the I.
!j. I.intl i I'litt itl tniin fily, Ore'Mi, itn'1 in the
Ijiii 1 tiiiicf nnteihv. twimimet"! n In tMir
jh i liiliy cf nil kliiilf of lmfii- ln-foro the Ijtnil
lelice. V llie t enri". kikI iuv!viug imetiue ill
Ihe lit'iierul Ijsii.I uffUtr.
THE CRY OF MILLIONSI
OH. 7VVY BKCKl
TOP IT NOW,
SOON IT WIIL It TOO LATC
I hare been troubled mum ycant with
disease of the kiduej-s and have tried
many different remedies and have
ought aid from dulcrent physicians
without relief. About the itihof April
I wa suflexinir from a very violent
attnek that almost prostrated me isi
iwh m iiMnner tuat I was bent over.
When I sat down it was almost Impossible for me
to Kit up alone, or to put on my clothes, when
kind Providence sent Dr. Henley, with the
OREGON KIDNEY TEA, to my
hotel. I immediately commenced
lining the tea. It had an almost
miraculous effect, and to the aston
ishment of all the miests at the hotel.
in a few days,! am happy to state.
that I was a new man. I will;
recommend the tea to all afflict
ss 1 have been.
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
oauia Kon, uu.
LOUNGES OF ALL KINDS,
Chairs of Every Description aud De
gree of Comfort,
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Bric-a-Brac
of Every Description,
In Fact Everything Belonging to ths Trade
at Prices that Defy Competition.
Churchill & Monteith's Old Stand.
4 l 9
I iST ii 1
They show a lack of early training aiid suggest a negketr d
niih. The jiath of daty was lr) narrow fur them; p.ia!l
aino to il. eiiip-r. JNotning
a jsifk plant, tmt somt'ining nugnt oe tiono to iinrti
Kliario if their owner could ha induced to
Then art would ronof-al deformity like a corset. Tlic idioe
might b largo, lmt its bhapo would atone for its vva Tht
trouble with these feet is
As much with the shoe as the shape,
As much with the fit as the foot.
There is no need to sufT'er and feci ashamed because
are puffed im about t!-ie 'feet; better have big feet than
head. Don t let thcfe little things
Drive You from Society
Wo will help you out of your difficult hy helping you into
a comfortable, -shapely slioe. Ii you will call on
C. C. HACKLEMAN.
Ucmcmbcr the lland-McNally Atlas we are giving
with every $30 worth of goods; only 40 left.
W. B. DONACA,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, -
Cigars, Tobacco, FnrnisMBg Gccfls, Etc. '
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Country Produce Taken in Exchange
Give Me a Trial and Be Convjnce(I7;
KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OF
T. C. PEEBLER'S
Groceries, Tobacco and Cigars,
FINE EXTRACTS, TEA AND COFFEE. PRIZE BAK
ING POWDER, CROCKERY and GLASSWARE.
CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
ESTALI3HED IS 1S75 BY S. I. KICKERS05.
Refitted, Enlarged and Improved?
NEW MACHINERY OF THE BEST MODERN TYPE.
I manufacture and deal in Doors, Blinds, all styles of VinV,w
Frame?, Poor Frames, Moulding?, Bracket?, Etc., in fact anything mam
nfactured and kept on hand in a first -class planer.
In connection with the.-above, I also have on hand a well cssmtl
lumber vard in which is to be found rough and dressed Lumber, Hustle,
BevelWeather Boarding, Flooring, and all kind? .Finishing LymtcT
for Corniceg, Ec, - . -
-r-r-t! f i-B a
eoinu reuueo tneir hizo (.'.xt '