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Lduiion I express.
A JACi: .VlJAMS, UKO. I., Al.KXASllttU.
ri;i:i;iKH8 ami rimi'itiKTmts.
, TERMS OR SUBSCRIPTION.
Tnv y;!-..;.. . W)
llf lutiti in mlvuiii.-r, 1 Ml ts-r Vtsir.l
!i months. t on
After Uiirtccii months uf lubor
(whether faithful or otherwise, our
!recL'ra must be the judges), the
lime has come thnt We must sever
our connection with the ICxfhrss
nd introduce to our readers our
worthy successor, H. Y. Kirkpnt-
. lick, who will hereafter be re
sponsible for thn columns of the
; Lkba.nox Expuess. It is through
no dissatisfaction on our part witli
our patrons that we haud over the
Kxpkess to the above-named "gou
tlemnn, but as it is written "Ever?
man has his price," therefore the
Kxmrcss passes from under our
control. Conscious of having
wronged no one, and aware that we
. ,have served the public to the beat
t ni our ability under the circum
stances, we ask no pardon and ap
, 'pend ho iilxilogtes. Hoping that
" our successor may receive the same
kind treatment we have experi
enced, we reluctantly write finis.
Adams & Alexander.
JSOMS FACTS ABOUT VKKGOX.
Balancing the good and the bsd,
' the advantages and disadvantages
of the several States we find that no
onefState has a monopoly of the good
things which are to be" found this
side of l'aradise. Enough cannot
besiidin favor of any locality to
-cause a general "hegira or an " un
warranted exudus from States
which have much to recommend
them in point of soil, climate and
i salubrity. The ideal realm-hunter
- who mistakenly expects to find on
-this coast an Eldorado is doomed !
vto disappointment and regret, and j
n iii nnu sooner or later mat lie is
r pursuing a delusive phantom.
-rcgon roses nave nriars and the
bitter and sweet grow side bv 6ide.
'The plow if allowed to stolid un
. used in an Oregon field will rust
Just as surely as if the share were
covered with Kansas or even New
England soil. The man who has
T but one arm w ill be surprised to
i .find that the wheelbarrow, thehoe
and the spade of an Oregon farmer
. re built with special reference to
t-two bauds. Bail-splitting has not
-jet advanced to th.it stage of per
fection in -which the sledge and
i wedges are thrown aside as obso-
flete. Nature has decreed tint rust
shall follow disuse in all the States,
ibut in our own State the penalty
for laziness has been made doublv
strong by adding a coat of moss.
.The soil does not How with milk
;. xnd honey seven days in the week;
he .former is the property of dili
fxut farmers and the honey be
Songs to the working bees." The
rare is to the strong, and the weak,
the effeminate and the sluggish
cannot expect more than an even
start with the swiftest. Oregon
wil is productive, but volunteer
crops are neitner fashionable nor
trustworthy. We have a climate
tbat is conducive to longevity:
however, mortality tables shew that
a few have died before reaching the
advanced age -of Methuselah. To
all who are willing to risk their
lives in the presence of Indians
whs have long since buried the
tomahawk and can endure a civi
lization which has for its founda
tion the church and the school, we
I id you come and ascertain if we
have mislead you in the matter.
iW I7 Jrrj:h'KMATOKIIX.
The f U.i win g pe.rti nen t q uos tioiis
appeared in the t)ie mum ol'n 10-i-ent
date. 'I hey neic pu jgcsti-J by
a recent Initio article, which ap
peared in tliiit paper as an apology
km him cniiiiiiiiiuiiin in the liquor
tiailie. They are posers and" we
shall await with ito little anxiety
the editor reph
As I read your article on "Thirst
for Liquor" the following questions
First Is thirst so pleasant that
men select ft fiery drink in order to
create a still greater thirst?
ttVcnnd If they should eele t
lemonade, why do thev go to the
saloon to buy it? Or whv should
saloons sell cooling drinks if liquor
i oou for imri-lf
Third Is thequenching of thirst
so disgraceful that blinds are nec
essary to the saloon window? And
why should cards, eamblinc mu
sic, billiards and dancing be nec
Fourth As thirst is common to
all and according to your article,
liquor is required to" assitatre it.
why is the government so cruel as
to impose heavy licenses, thereby
making the quenching of thirst
such an expensive luxury- to the
Fifth If it is a legitimate thirst
that craves liquor, why are railroad
employers so hard hearted as to re
fuse to employ drinking men?
Seventh Why do all careful par
ents and the laws of many states pro
hibit it to the young.
Eighth Why should men sutler
more from this kind of thirst than
Ninth If it is according to the
law of nalare, why do sab ons have
to push their wares to such an ex
to children, giving them candies
filled with liquor, decoving them
into their parlors like the '-spider
and the fly," with card-playing
and drinks for the game?
Tenth Why have they to expend
so many thousand dollars in order
to keep their places in the country,
if it is only human thirst thev
cater for? whv docs not the
butcher and the Wker have to do
the same, for hunger and thirst are
to one as natural as the other.
Eleventh Is it not known to
other trades that the suply creates
the demand? What about that
new style Paris bonnet in the
Twelfth What about the
countryman, who is thirstv about
once a month, just when he comes
mio lown ant the saloon odors
salute his nostrils?
Thirteenth-Why should the
liquor traffic be "entrenched in
politics. issuine the word of
command to both parties any more
than other munoixilies. if ita
business is to quench thirst merely.
SOUER THOUGHTS FOB SOLEMN PEOPLS
How much better it would be if
the English-speaking people would
refrain from extravgance and
strained exaggerations in their
ch. I'coplc exaggerate the sig
nificance of trifles. Thev describe
molehills as mountains. If per
chance a few drops of rain fall upon
a lady's best gown, she snys she
was drenched or that it rained
pitchforks. If in shopping, the
housewife walks two blocks it
doesn't heighten our notion of the
distance travelled nor strengthen
tat confidence in her veracity to
lier her declorethat she walked all
over creation or even to hear the
tuodest statement that she walked
a thousand miles. The habit of
exaggerating leads not only to a
careless and loose way of stating
plain facts, it leads to downright
lying. It always weakens ourcon
a . ,
uunnet in nnmanity to near one
magnify52SO foet into a thousand
, miles. Common sense tells me
he -i has missed the truth nine
IranrJred ana ninety nine milcs;
this is long distance even in a
country of railroads.
Mr. Ruffiti Hiatt was the recipient of three
bis dinners durinjr his short stav in Indiana.
The first - given by his father to show
his high ani.rceialmn of a son who ImuI
been absent for ten years. It might be
termed a family reunion, as most all the
relatives were iweeout. Every one seemed
K enjoy himself, and -as much interested
in hearing Knif. tell of the wild seenes and
his camping exiieditions through the great
West, OI course, tiie thing most attractive
was the bountiful dinner spread for all as
is usual on such occasions. The .et invi
tation was extended by lii uncle, James
Nixon. Not so many were undent as hi
the nrst mentioned, but nevertheless the
dainties were carefully nrcpanej and si read
to feed the multitude. The r.ext dinner
was given by his cousin, Tho-iias Nixon on
Sunday, May 3d. Mure than thirty nersoi s
were present and partook of delicacies
which were well selected and provided bv
rl,e iiw,lr,a i,.a .: A -.
.i . r. V "" , iKMiivauie, ann
that was I,udin nte more everv time audi
dinneiswere placed within his reach. If
he had remained in Indiana, he doubtless
would have become what was once called
an Kpicurcan. He will always remember
when he wants good things to eat and
p u tJ" . ""' lo come to his native state,
where he will be sure to lind a welcome.
Ho told us of snow-capjed mountains,
beautitnl valleys, big trees and Indian sto
nes, but he cannot pynlaiti to uma,..:...
one-half the. mysteries connected with nat
ural giis, oil and manv other things not
seen before by him in Indiana.
Written by a relative.
Tnit GOL1IES BtlK BAZA Alt.
Of all the crimes that ever dis
graced society, that of swearing ad
mits of the least palliatioa. No
jtossible benefit can be derived
from it, and nothing but perverse
ness and depravity of human na
ture would ever have suggested it,
yet such is its prevslance, that bv
many it is mistaken for a fashion
ahle acquirement, and considered
by unreflecting persons, as indica
tive of energy and decision of char
acter. Young men and boys as
piring to be gentlemen should
scorn to drep from their lips the
unwritten language of the nether
stratum of society, and shonld re
fuse to use second-hand the devil'B
Forty thousand girls are now
studying in the collages of the
eountry What remarkable re
sults have been attained in a quar- j
tcr of a century. It was only
Tlie fullest store we have ever seen
in Linn county, the finest assortment
of goods in I be valley, outside of Port
land, Is to Us seen at the Golden Huh-
B.izar. Ctiildreu never tire looking at'
me immense stock and uniquedisplay
of toys; t ho fittick of crockery, glassware
andchhtaware is the wonder and admi
ration of all who see it; the six liamlrod
pounds of lea of the choicest hnvnd
and best flavor, which the pmprictor
Ims sold within the luat war, has ere-
aieu a I Hirst tor more of mis excellh-nt
iH-veniire. w bile Dr. Prie and utiur
cueiitists are wraii&lnijr over the purity
... worn iMiwoers, ttie ol:1en
Kuie prize puking powder sells and no
qtiesMons are asked and no fault is
found as to its merits. A complete
m.,.-o imiinvaie, lamps, iricvcles,
baby carriages, etc, are to be seen at
this house. Don't spend $10 gohig to
Portland when you can ee all
the above sights for the simple
Cist of a look. When iu Albany spend
an hour in this great curiosity store
ami yon will always be Kind that von
visited OradwohTs Gulden Kulo Ba
zaar. Albany, Orecron.
WKAKNlIKS AS A SOUtlCB OP POnr.lt.
"When 1 am weak, then am I
strong," was a 'uvoritti tmtail.ix with
Paul, But paradoxical' as it might
seem to some, lo Paul, the truth was
a blessed rtinlitv. Ho had put the
paradox to mo test anil thereby
proved its truthfulness. So lie could
say, 1 get a blessing from niv thorn
and gain grace from my iiilensnst
physical suflerings. Nnone can doubt
tlnit Paul was a better apostle by rea
son of the sulieriiigs and nllliciions
which he was compelled to undergo.
Pome one has said Unit God uses af
lliclions as flails, to beat out the dust
and clinll from our hearts and present
us perfect, grain for the garner of Uod.
Paul's weakness, overruled by the
pmvet of tlod, became to him as a
source of strength. Our weakness
iniiot be to us individtiallv a source of
real spiritual power. Weakness is
not to be courted, but we must first
discover our own weakness, or we
shall never apply to the source of all
power for the needed help. Where
there is no thirst, who cares for a cup
of coltl watert Invalid Christians are
often no better than robust tlbris
tinns. Men like Peter, who are liable
to be upset at any time bv some new
form of temptation, arc no better than
those who, like John, live almost
above temptation. Hut it is import
ant for every Christian to learn tbat
be has some points of weakness, some
temptations which are not easily re
sisted, some sins that are not likely to
leave him without prayer, ami a great
deal of it. Forgetfiilncss of this com
mon fact is liable to induce false se
curity. False security is the prelude
to a sad ami distressing fall, lit be
gan to fall when lie forgot that there
were serious spiritual weaknesses in
bis life, and lost sight of the danger
facing him in the fashionable, irre
ligious society of Hodom. Noah w ould
never have made of himself the sad
speclaeleof atlrunkanl, bad be known
and been sensible of his weakness for
the wine-cup. Knowing what we are
will help us to eet awav front our
selves. The man who feels himself
to be spiritually strong is very liable
to be little in earnest in doine the
Lord's work. The knowledge of bis i
ignorance upon the part of the scholar
is oi nelp to Hint only as he has a de
sire to lenrn. He is in as bail a con-
iiitnm as the scholar who assumes he
knows everytbiinr and that thn train-
ing of the best school is for bis mas
ter mint! superfluous. Hut weakness
realised may give us an inspiration to
seek strength. If a man want Hod's
strength, his religious failures will
prove to linn sometimes a liteasinv.
The man who imagines himself almost
a Uod is apt to preach sermons which
are as ineffectual as boiled peas shot
against uiuraitar s breastnoiKs with a
rubier gun. Weaxness manifested
always brings Clod's help. The blind
child, as he gropes after the way, will
nnu many sympathizers to lead hi
in it. the poor cripple in the house
hold receives double the attention of
any other member of the fainilv- Let
us not fancy however, tbat we are to
pride ourselves on our w-eaxuess. Th.
strongest character is none too strong
ior ua. mu, ii you are irotihlect with
a. morn in i ne nesn, or a ciotitt over
your lile, theu lie raves vou helu in
Another hotel, w-e llllderslnn,! 1b lo
be operuieil soou by Mr. H. J. Khun.
Several guests are now rinding their
way to the largo hotel at this place.
We predict that Mr. Hardman will is
very busy for several mouths to come.
The Improvement on our spring,
which has been goiiii; on for a long
time, i now nearly completed. When
you come to Sodaville, vou will be bet
ter entertained than ever.
The new blllldinir at Sochi ville whi.-t.
is being built by Messrs Perry Mct'ar
tney, Uurx-?e and Terhune. i now As
suming shape and will be readv for
occuiiancy in three weeks.
Mr. T. McCulloctl lias also' mm.
nienced operations on his new business
house on Main street. This Is only
the beginning of much imnrovr in
If! "tSodaville during the coming biiiu-
fSehool closed on Friday last with a
rousing basket dinner, w hich was a
very enjoyable affair and heartily en
joyed by alt. The school closed Willi
au attendance of 40 pupils, which
speaks for itself.
Last Sunday wits a busy dav at onr
town. Many people were'at the spring
and the ahad.y tn-es adjoining.
Among others ne notid-d four young
men from Albany who had ridden all
the way on their bicycles. Lawyer
Irvine was also quaffing the sparkling
1131 AKUO.NII QAUE,
Some worthy men look with a
jealous eye upon the use of rhetori
cal and oratorical skill m aid of re
ligion. They feel as if no attempt
should be made to recommend and
make attractive the naked truth.
But, as remaked by Dr. Camnbell.
how much better for the niinist. r
of the gospel to write so as to make
the critic turn Christian, than to
write so as to make the Christian
turn critic It is not in human nature
to avoid receiving a powerful im
pression from a skilful choice and
collocation of words; and vh
should not religion avail itself
this means of giving truth a keener
TO At it. T. 1.. niCB.
I am glad to note that you have set
forth some of the beauties of .Switzer
land, also pleai-cd to tee you step from
under cover. Now my friend, did vou
ever take nc-.te that where there was an
effect there must Ik a cause. If I nm
the man you represent me to lie, it is
undoubtedly the result of the training
received at school when quite young.
Vou state, 'seholars make a school.''
it is my opinion that the teacher has
more to do with the making of a school
than the scholars, and as the bov is
permitted to be, the man will lie also.
Now Mr. Kice if you don't like the
kind of a man lam, you should take
great pains in tile training " of your j
scnoiars, inui none oi ttieni grow up a
diojfones. One thing more, do vou
think a man of your ability is doing
himself and cnunlry a services bv bid
ing his candle under a bushel?
Gko. B. Whitcomb. ,
There is an old adage. that w-hat
everybody says must be true," Henry
Cool.-, the leadinc merchant of New
Knoxville, Ohio, savs: 't'lianiberlHin's
Cough Itemed v lit; ts.keu well here.
everybody likes it.- Tlu-y say it gives
immediate relief:" That is what
rnitites it mo iKipuhir. It is prompt in
i3i!a were opened to women.-
somv-6 v.'.i,n ilt 'th- I relieving a .ugl or cold and can al-
- - - i-' "i. iiwafii Oil d'-iM-iidi-tt 111,'in. There iu
: li:lliiiig llitit w ill lofst-n and relieve a
i severe coltl w quickly. For sale bv
r j M. A. Miller, druggist.
5. Frey&Soa manufacture their!
, horses collars. Call and exa nine: choice grmeries at bed-rock
i prices, go to T. C. Peebier'A.
The Blue Kiver Mines. B. F.
Dorris returned fn.m Blue Biver last
week without accomplishing anything,
owing to the rain. He will return to
day with a party to locate a ro-d to the
mines. They will go up one trail and
back another and will select the most
feasible mute for establishing a road to
the mines. Bids will lie rjcived In a
short time fur the construction of the
road to the mines. A emmittie will be
out in a few days to solicit, the funds
neeessary to build the road. Mr. Ried,
of the Taeoma Co., expected to leave
yesterday for Chicago to purchase
their ?tainp mill.
J. G. Gross of Waterloo takes pio
duce in exchange for goods.
Our Htys aiiitlit met the wneiay on the utarootid
flelil. niul tliiy want theirs, in n listless Burnt' 0f
inn i aiimny iasi satnvuay tiotwre an aiullontai
of umio people.
uautB vr called at 2:23 with Beard up, but
rtinvii lis went on a groiuuler to Larliaerti, win,
uirew mm oat At nit. Meniere rtmck at the lull
throe times, but got to first an auassed ball. Clin-
niiiatinnt enuMrrt hit tt ami waa thrown out at
tlrst. wrljrtit rtteit ou tlrst.
Slarsltul! went to tlrst on lllrirflt delivery, ttnle
wconu aim Intra atul eiilne tluino en pawed ball.
ltivlKke went In first tm halln anil ieoreil. Wttaon
aeiit to first an (Usual delivery and came home
an Wi'ti-h's lilt. Vmniff out at first by tawlli and
Wright. Welch was nm out at seoond. Larhuore
went to first on llleiral dellrary. ttte veeond and
llitrd and eaaie limne on a twssed ball. Kuiuile
bunteil to pitcher, but made flrst, and slole sceond
and third, Leimen want Ui Hr on dead ball.
llMsteu foiled to net onto t.'aunlnshaio's twirls
aim "Htlorly" lielil It.
Lebanon was dlsisised or by Klepper out on
strikes. Iwls out ou fly to Ijirlraore. and Shaw
Marshall out at Srst by Iwln and wrhrhe.
lllstiike out ou ami tly to tiohray. W llsou out tm
fly to Lewis.
Nlckerson struck Ihrea times, but went out at
first, tialway drove a sale one to tort. Heard flil
lowed up with one lo center, whteu Welch
dropped, and rtolway went lo third. Meniere
stritt-k out. t'unnltiatutm ratssd a htah fly to left,
which was taken lu by Hletska.
Young-out at first hy howls and Wrleht. Wslc.h
ditto, karimora IHtled to till the hall, but got to
first on paaed lwt.ll. stole aeeend, went to third on
a 'ialk and eiune home on Hannle's hit. lteiuile
shot to sueoad and third and eame horns on Lel-mt-rt's
lotia hit lo rUftil, Lelmert scored on Mar
sliairs hit to center, Millch Klepar muffed.
Huston went ou dead balls aud eame home on
lift-take's hit to lea. but itietxke went out at llrsl.
Wviplit oui at first. Ktoptsir hit bo Wilxnn, who
had him out. Iwis bunted to rlml and went out.
Touns hit to first, stole-second and Uilrd, and
eame home ou Welch's hit to short, but Welch
went out at rim, l.artuiore hit sare to left and
eaine in. Retuite ditto, and went around easy
and came in ou a passed hall. Lcliaert sot tu
first on lulls, went around In a nr aud eame lu
on Itu-aon'M long hit to center. Mao-hall hit lo
ses,nd; Mckcrson lauded. Kletske hit la ten
and ererybody cams In. Wllsou hit to short and
nearu lumnied. mina baited to Hatit and Shaw
puuea K tiowu. Albany toia-heil off tbs rtreu-
In this lnnlna, aud when they retired tlie gone
m..nM,-u ten tunes.
Shaw hit sale, stole second and third and came
torat, on nirueraou two-haarer to len, ai.d
N-.ckersoii csoie home on Ooltvay's hit. Iksnt',
int sent tioliray. and Uuh galloped lu on Clin.
Hlivham's hit. Monfora IHed lo hit It, but he
uiuin. n ruriu out at Hurt. Klems-r hit to Y.
who lumbled. aud he stole second and thlnl and
eaiua hinue on Lewis' sale hit to len. Lewis
scooted around to lhlr.1 and eam In on a passed
ball. Shaw hit to third Yoitlis couldn't gel his
hsndsou Hand lie got around to third
v.wusn ami came in on Welch's bail throw.
Slckenun hit to Welch and went out at first.
Wright uow went Into the box lor Lelvnon
llii.i.Hi stna-k hard three times, but -shorty-hail
film out at first. Marshall went on dead bal
and came htane on Rietxke's hit! aud Wrlghr
latd Utrow brought Kielike In. WtUuu had a lade
In his bat. Young went out because he never hit
-Shorty" Uotway poked tt down lo second and
eame home on Klepper's hit. Beard went an a
dead ball, ran around as fast as hb legs wtaild
carry him and scored. Monrore plseed bar
through Welch on second. I nnnlnshsm stniek
out. Wright went out on a tly to larhuoro. Lawk,
ha safe one bag. Shaw out at lira.
W elch's hit passed Wright and he scored. Lar
Iraore out at tlrst. Wrient'. arm gara out aim
t unnlnshaui went In the box. Heinle w,-ut on
dead bails and came home. Letmcrt struck thn e
times and went out al . Huston fanned out.
Nlckerson fanned the air and went ran. Ool
way out at Brst by Vomig aud Manoaa Beard
Manhetl raised a high one to left, but llniifim
mufled. and he eame in on a pasted hall. Klekc
tnl a d three times, but "Shorty" Hit it ttaai. Wr
son hit hig-h to left, but nobody was there, and
cored every one. Young out at first by Smith.
Welch on balls. Lertniore hit to Resnl. who
tluew to first, tail Smith mulled, and he scored.
Heruite ou lulls. Moufora want lu the box for
Lebanon. Itenule ran to thin! on l-ewls' mufT
Bd eame In on nnnon's hit. who ammj. v.. .
fore fanned Lelmert out. Marshall on dead ball..
,t:c.zae cat on tnree strikes. .
Monfore ran to Brat on Ketiulc a muir. slid to
11 aim eame Dome. K leaner bit b, l.-c
Cunningham sltuek out. Smith swung the ll.-i
and tandct tire bna In lelmert'B hands. Lewis
hit pavwd Wilson, but Shaw fanned out.
w uson Int to (iolway. who tlirew him
first. Welch hit to tiolwar. who tlu bH ia
Srst, ami he stele second ami third aud eame lu,
Lartniore did the same and earn lu on Beanl
and Meniere's muff at home. Rennte hit to
Nlckerson. who threw high to first, and ha stole
second, but Lewis got him at third. Lelmert
missed three times, but got to first, and eame lu
on Marshall's hit to short. Huston hit safe lo
right. Itletzke scooped a grounder to second
Wilson out at first by smttit.
Niekerscn raised a high fly to center, slid to
second and eame home on Ciolway'a hit lie! tt-ceil
cemer and left. Beard found Larimore for a two
bagger, brought Uulway In. stole thlnl and eame
in. onrore out at first. Cunningham hit By o
n iuon, wno by a tuco runuing catch had
smith hit safe and got to second. Klepper hit
itson, woo lomoieu. Lewis hit to Wilson wt o
nimbletl. and he got to second, ftflckerwn clear d
the bases by long hit In right, shasr hit to third
baieman, who fumbled. Oolway out at first.
Morns or Tug oasis. '
Lewi played pood third base. ,
Lebauou piled up 17 runs off Larimore ard
Tho Albany club did not play as well as thev diti
Saouy" played great ball behind the bat: bin
It was useless.
Come on, boys, and play ball and we wni nmm.
be yon there will be no fish horns ttsctl-
l.t banon has a good chance to win with Wrieht
in the box. but they are not In It without.
We are sorry to see Albany show a dlspoition
not to play the scries out. Never mind, beta
ioanon may be in it yet with Wright In the box.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Every Week.
Oats 60c. , '
Hay $13 ner ton. '
l-'lour-i-Sl 40fl oil per sack.
Chop il 60 per ewt. .'
Bnin Boo per ewt.
Middlings $1 50 per ewt. .
Apples Dried, 8c per lb.
riuma Ltrleo, io. : :
Onions 6c. 1
- Beef Dressed, 07e. -
Veal 6f6c -
Pork lii-esscd, 616e. ' 1 ;
l.aid--l'i:f.. 14. - r, :
Hams 12jfr)locperlb. "
Sides 10(3il2c per lb.
Geesti ?lifte,12 per doz.
Ducks--5i7 60 per doz.
Chickens 4 00(?!5 00. '
Turkeys 12cJ per lb.
Effgs 15c per doz.
Butter 20e per lb.
Hides Green, 4(io5c; dry, 10c.
A Sure Cure for Files.
Itching Piles are known by moisture
like perspiration canning intense itch
ing when warm. This form, as well
as blind, bleeding and protruding,
yield at onee to Jr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acts directly ou the
parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays
itching and effects a permanent? cure.
50c Druggists or mail: treatise free.
Dr. Bosauko, S2D Arch street, Philadel
phia, Pa. t3old by M. A. Miller.
V. W. Mlllcf noli to A. .1. droits, of
iiit-iuinttiic, it one inniri ncu fitio.
Farmer's A lilance meets Mnioclnv ui,i.
We hear some think lightly of tiiis.'buT Tit-
V uterloo hotel Is uudertniltiR reiinirs. anil
in course ol a week or twu will beopeu to
Mrs. A. Oelsler. who has been visiting
, , eiititetoo, urcKon, wui return
Kntulay school cnmnienced Hunday last
. V. "5. V. ' ' 'S- totni present, 7
visitors, 8. May success tat with us.
nurveynrsi an,-there! tnmitiR next
week, sure. Then we'll see what next for
us. t atenoo is uottliu to ttooni ; although
t ami, mcctlne- la Ilia Is b nl t.m,an
us stop heurv towartl this and cninuieiicc
June lAlh. The meethiK will Iw held under
tc Hti.-.it-cn oi me si. ei. ciiuren, tsotlth.
Mrs. fltbhcanl. who latetv Mtt,rt r.....
, ..ttniiis an. i is a? present stopplue with
health, but itniirovliiii sloa-le si...... ...
Kev. M. Tit. Knrton Is holrlina tllvlne ser-
A grand rush was made Tuesdnv evenlna
for the si '.hi spring, all dellithted til Ami the
best of soda water awaitliiitus, I tell v.iu we
felt "u-reiltlv refreshed " tC,.u. u-a V.v,.....i
an Invitation to all contn i-t.,n ....... u '..II
and partake of the siiarkilns water as of
ore. tiur sprinR will ue unproreil soon,
levelinii ra-ks, erectiuit shade ami every
thing will irn convenient, no uaius will be
sjiared towurtl this step.
, .-'. . '"' " ""iiuuK ttivine ser
vices at Pine Kid.ee chapel. N. f!..Knl,ere
'tllllversallst" of Bantlam, will he present
1 uestlay evenfiifr for answer, lie eiircful,
. or you'll get set aside tlie first clatter.
There Is more I'nterrh lo II, ta ,.r
the countre than ull oilier tliseases put to.
getber, uml until the lurt few vears was
sussd to lie incurable, tor a great many
years rlis-tors pronouiiceil it a bs-al tlisease,
ami rescrib.-Ml ica-al reiueiiies, autl bv con
slauily fniliiif; to cure wilh lis-ul treatment,
pronounced It inctmible. Science lias
proven t'ntnrrh to l a constitutions! His.
ease, and therefore retpiiics coiislitulittiiul
treiitnieut. Hall's Catarrh I'ure iiiaiiufnc
turetl by e". J. t'henev Ar I'o.. Toledo, llbio,
is the only constitutional euro on the rnar-
aci. ii is lak-eu intemiilly in tloses from lo
drots to a teastoonflil. It acts directly
illsni tlie blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Thev oirer one hundred dollar
tbr any case it fails to cure. Weml for circu
lars and testiuioniais. Address,
K. J. t'lisaav A- f'o T..1...I.. (I
-r?olil by llnliteists, Tfie.
At this season of the vear the most
vigorous and hearty people often have
afeeliiiaof weariness, tired and worn
out, without auibition to do auvthltiit;,
and many break out In plmplYs anil
luills. What you reiiulre is a mild
tonic medicine that will act gentlv on
the liver ami blood, niul for this, noth
ing equals Dr. Gun's Improved Uver
Pills. They give att activity to the
liver, purify the blood and by their
mutt lotilo action, new vltulitv and
si real h to the eiiMre system, bold at
2." cents a box by M. A. Miller.
To Make Room fur Mr
SPRING & SUMMER STOCK
FDBRISHIRG GOODS, ARD ROTIORs,
. I WILL CLOSF OUT MY
Entire Stock of
Boots & Shoes
Now Is the Time to
SECURE REAL BAHOAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. F READ
Th Road to Wealth I
Cbm. Iw aineawfailT IrmiMl w4ll
t f4 hatt(V. To reli wealth w titf
MMtwi Bfliil In Hf require th tall
MfMNli mn4 eprtior. of all the fw
Mittf natara baa 4ow4 ac wlta.
Thaaa aaaaltfana eaaaoi axlat aataaa tha
physical kalng la la aarfael waffclaa
anJar, mn4 thia la latpaaalata admi tha '
lint arv4 aalaaa ara tarpW, ttiaa aaatract
iRf tha aaeratlaaa, aaailng tMlgaatiaa
anal yaaapala, with all af their aeaa
Emrlish Dandelion Tonic
aiarta a aaacHle tnflaanca aar tha liver,
axellaa H la healthy aetiaa, raaahaa Ha
earanlo angarfamanta, mn4 aramatea tha
aaeratlaaa; aaraa liMHaaatlaa 4 eanatl
aatlon, tharaena tha Mna. tanaa mp
lha aallra ayeiaai, n4 aiakaa Ufa erta
6 A ML. M. GARLAND,
GEO. W. WRIGHT,
Will prartlt In all Ihe tssirts or till mate.
OUtisa. trout ruunis uver bank of Oregon.
W. H BOOTH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In Ouv'a New Bulldlntr.
Residence at Mrs. Ambler's.
DR. W. C. NECU5,
Physician and Surgeon,
Graduatfe of Rnriil Ttitlrge of London and Ik-li
me MtMllcal Oullcae, Mum.
"uireni removtMl n-lthuul natal or (he knife.
OFFICE Klrkpatrick'a iHilklln, LebauiMi,ciT
MKT H.DIST KI'!Sm,AL CHt'Hf H-Thmui.
' - iji. ttii-'w vwry r-atiojaiii nl II A.
irnr r tin Ki.Tf-th laetw at :l 1: M.
titr'-tlitif ThnrMiwy -tTiiinjr 7::J o'cl'.M-k. All air
r-li I i rVI IA,l m Kill A. Sinm-Un, TW
tor. tH r .c I'vi-n' Kulilmlli ni II 1 ....1 4.m.
P. M. J"nl.i.tl, Frticxt! al t.. M. Prayer meet
til Wes-lutfMlriy cTtJilng al 7M o'clock. All wel
rrtnF:itiJAND pn?iiJ-TnTHAN mrRcn-
E. hL Tlu.mruMi thi.tur fr.,n,it.,. -.. i
abtmth a! t a. M. jiu'I ;io P. M. .'raver 'toevt-
jt M fitiowinv evrttintr at T-:h. Kiimliir ii..iu.,i
-r . flr!tHat(ith at II A. M. nrt e''h
fiottfuio jru)er inevtiuK vaclk Frwlaj- vvvuirtir!
FlKr n.PT!ST rrrmniTr r !,...
lor. SftA-ifpt, rwlrl tn the An,i.mv U'..l;,.u
Ik'liool at 1:1U P. AI-
i -M. builUa.)
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years tlie Standard.
DON'T SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE.
You cnu buy any of the
THEY CARRY A FULL LIJTE OF
Stone Ware, -also
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
US" Job "Work done on Short JVb.
MRS. 8. II. COWAN'S
Emporium of Fashion
I wplet wilh the I-nfrt Style of Ha, TVmnet
Ibe levUt.oiu.Iile irorld.
A.Fltt-ClaM DreFnialilnr fhon in ronnertlon.
uivii pn-nttM, pr nj iiwt IM W IK UJJl
CutitiaK aiul Filtlits a bpeclaliy.
Om Dooa B rVTM or nic - ExrarW Orntx
IIIM. 3X. IJANTAi
EJtCllASOE IUTTKL nrlfJHfrO.
Drew Suits. VTtimh PhHs. Wrap- and Plain ffuaina
Cuttlntr and Fitting a speciMltr. rhftreen reaaon-
uuic. awn nuwvui iseHinff itoiK'iiou.
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E. Moss, Receiver, -
Oregon Development Co's Steamshp Urn
225 Milti Shorter! 20 Honrs Lass Tim I
Than by any other Route.
FIRST-CLASS THROUGH PASSENGER AND
Prom Portland and alU points in the Willamette
alley to and from Hau Francisco, CaL,
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE (Kxcept Sundays.)
Lv Yuquina 7.tW A M
Lv ,"orvallis10:33 A M
Ar Albany llJS A M
Lv Albany 1;50 P M
LvCorralliB-... 1:08 PM
Ar Yaqaina..... 4:35 P M
O. & C. trains connect al Albany and Corvallis.
The above trains connect at Yaanlnn with th
Oregon DevcloDinent Comnanv's Una of Rteam-
ships between Yaquina and San Francisco.
. S. Willamette Valley
May 7th, 16th, 24th, Slot
May Sd, I2ih, 20th, 28th
This com run iv reserves the richt to chanire sail
ing dates without notice. - -
WM. M. nOAG.
C. C. HOGUE, General Manaeer.
G- . 4t F. Acut, Corjr&llis, or.
THE ONLY TRUE
If you want to boo tho best assort
ment of General Merchandise in town,
and get the best values for your money,
you cannot do better than call on me
at my old stand, where the latest nov
elties in Spring Goods are to be had
at way-down prices.
Call and examine my stock of Fur
niphing Goods, Ties, Collars and Culls,
Kid Gloves, Fine Halbriggan Under
I have the latest novelties in Dress
Goods, Ribbons, Ituc-hiiigs, Silks,
Plushes, and Trimmings of all kinds.
I keep the celebiated 1. N. and 8. K
Corsets, which give elegance of shape
and perfection of fit.
Full lines of CLOTHING, BOOTS
and SHOES and GROCERIES con
stantly on hand.
Produce of all kinds taken in ex
change for goods.
Your patronage is resjjectfully in
vited. CIIAS. B. MONTAGUE,
. Lebanon, Or.
Headquarters for Bargains
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Men s, Youth's and Boys Clothing.
hurmshmg Goods, htc. .
Also Keep on Second floor a full line of
BOOTS & SHOES,
In which I will not be undersold. Come and see me and
I will treat you well.
. V. SIMPSON,
TlttrttKMlU 4 Txtk. 1;.
Vf.nt ol- Ai'i-vtiee. lndf.
innvm uo arriM rtxmlT
Bw fare. EiiIItwii Utnd
L AD IES tFgiltXfjAvA-i
TONIC mmt and npdr aura. Ulw clar, hmti
thr completion. Frequent attinrt nt oouutrf((r
nioair sua io tn popuiritj oi tan rl.n&J.
Do not Mirliunnt ajfit tho OttlOl T L nn4 BEST.
laupation, iivnr uoatii.nt and Hlrk
Sumplo Don ud JJrnim Book
Or. HARTER MKOICINB CO.. fiLLouia, Xa.
rn? f !iii II
W. L. DOUGLAS
4fc O O BJ P "d other special
2 tla for acBtlemen,
Brockton, Jttua. SoUbx
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Omcs at Oregon City, Oregon, I
April 9, 1801.
Notice Is horebr given that thu t'ollowlng-named
nardlan hawfllea notice of his intention to make
llial DrOOf In RIITinorl (if tha nluiin .if the miiinr
hcira of Joab Powell, deceased, and that said
DrOOf Will ho mcil hnlur rl RpinelnrAnrt t!t-
ceiver oi" the U. a. Land Office at Oregon City,
Orwgon, on June 5, lsoi, viz: James Crabtrce,
guardian of the minor heirs of Joab PowelL de
ceased; Homestead Entrv No. 403, for the N.
of M. K. M and S. E. )4 of' K. IL of Sec. ii6, Tp?
li S., R. 1 West.
He names tlie following witnesses to prove his
and their continuous residence upon aud cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: J. A. Crockett, Tbomot
Crockett, A. J. Kilrwater and F. B. Powell, all of
Lebanon. Linn county, Oregon.
J. T. ApPERSON, Begister.
Lebanon Planing Elill
UNIVERSAL WOOD- WORKER.
ESTALISHED II 1875 BY S. 1. IICKERSGI. :
Refitted, Enlarged and Improved.
NEW MACHINERY OF THE BEST MODERN TYPe7 - '
I manufacture and deal in Doors, Blinds, all styles of Windew
Frames, Door Frames, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc., ip fact anything man
ufactured and kept on hand in a first-class planer. . s
In connection with the above, Lalso have-'itFn hancCa well-assorted
lumber yard in which is to be found re-ugh and dressed Lumber, Rustic
Bevel,, Weather Boarding, Flooring, and all kindsrafWT hushing Lumber
for Cornices, Etc.
- , -v. '..:
Nichols, Westfall & Co.'
1 Short Notice.
Livery, Feed n ncl Nale ital)lc(
Special attention shown Commercial Traveler.
Transient stocj carufuliy cared for; - "