The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, May 22, 1891, Image 3

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Lebanon Express.
FRIDAY....... .....MAY 22, 1891.
Adnms 4 Alexander have this dy
Bold the Lebanon" Expbkss to Mr. H.
Y. Kirkpatrlck, wlio will continue the
biwinetw ns heretofore.. AH money due
on subscription will be pld to Mr.
Kirkpatrlck. AH advertising accounts
due to June 1st will be puid to Adauis
A Alexander.
Adams Alexakdes.
tt. Y. KlRKPA TRICK.
Lebanon, or. May 20, 1891.
EYES AND EARS I
T. C. Peebler's groceries.
Shaving 15c at MoClure'a barber shop
to Bv P. Bach IVr boots and shoes.
Eight shaves for H at McClure's bar
Iyer shop.
Rutt' Hiutt And employment In his
hop yard. . ,
J. O. Gross of Waterloo sells goods
at bottom prices.
Brown Hansard occupied his new
building this week.
F. M. French, the Jeweler, Albany,
keeps railroad time.
J. O. Gross, of Varerloo, keeps on
hand a stock of flour? .--;
j. Bonnek bought three lots west of
the railroad last week. ,
Wm. Elkins paluted C. C. Hackle
man's fence this week.
Go to T. C. Peebler's cash store and
get IT lbs, Eactra C sugar, tl 00.
Jas. Boyle hns been laying walk for
E. E. Montague n Grove street.
Five able-bodied men went fishing
Inst week and-and-caught one eel.
The Singer Manufacturing Company
have an agent In Lebanon, Oregon.
M. A. Miller is agent for the celo
krated Cleveland ready-mixed paint.
8. P. Bach has bought the house and
lots formerly owned by T. C. Peebler.
J. Ai , Roberts will occupy one of
Beard's cottages as soou as completed.
B. P. Bach keeps a line of boots- and
hoes as well as Brownsville woolen
-oods.
"There is but one car load of paper
mill machinery vet to arrive. In
about t wo months the mill will be in
operation
New millinery goods received direct
from San Francisco every week at Mrs,
Geo. Rice's.
We have money to loan on Improved
farms and ranches; - B. t. Steele A Co.
.Albany Or.
't'he first strawberries of the season
Nrere on sale at V. B. Donaca's store
Inst Friday.
F. M. Miller is enforcing a city ordi
nance by building a new walk in front
of his propertv.
Tbe estimated cost of the Lebanon
caual, according to Engineer O'Con
nor, is 13,300.
W. B. Donaca is having his house re
painted; he will also build an addition
to Ms dwelling.
Two hand cars loaded with passan-iSHTS
. gTH came into town Sunday forenoon
- spend the any.
. "A revival meeting w'tirun"at ftpi
jlOglT last Sunday under the management
of iL&. Hanleiter.
V, V. Cobb's little daughter Isabella
fell from a chair last Sunday, almost
fracturing her arm.
' The Express returns thanks to
Mfese Hattie Swan and Ida Westfall
for two beautiful bouquets.
JRev. C. perry passed through town
Saturday en mute to Scio to fill a regu
lar appointment in that place.
Mr. Klson is fencing and otherwise
improving the property which he re
cently purchased of A. Dodge.
Wanted, 250 dozen chickens, 600
dozen gga. Will pay cash or give
goods fjr same. T. C. Pkebler.
Mesarvey, the photographer, has re
turned to Lebanon and will take cabi
net photographs for $2 to $3 per dozen.
We will Inform the people of I Leba
non and vicinity that there is no extra
charge on trimmed hats at Mrs 8. II.
The grain crop bids fair to be a good
one in this part of the country. The
prospect for an abundant fruit yield
is also good.
The fence enclosing Park addition
liaa been removed and individual property-:
oWers can now fcfence their own
property or herd town cows.
After going to Crason A Menzies'
hardware store and getting prices, we
? find that they are selling goods as low
any place in the valley. '
Since the schools closed in town we
find that about two hundred children
are running at large and five teachers
thrown oat of employment.
. Born, to the- wife of C. D. Montague,
May 17, a sen. Charley's physiog
nomy has been one vast monopoly of
smiles since that happy event.
Memorial services will be held in the
M. EL church, Sunday, May 24. The
sermon will be preached by Rev. Boyd.
Ail are cordially invited to attend.
There will be no service at the M. E.
chuch South, on Sunday evening, on
account of the W. C. T. TJ. union ser
vice. : O. S. Hahxktter, Pastor.
A match game of baseball will be
played between the Mascottsof Al
bany and the Stars of this place, on
Jthe public square, Friday of this week.
An occasional strawberry stain on
tbe fingers of juvenile berry hunters
admonishes us that strawberry short
cake is already within scenting dis
tance.
H outers complain that all kinds of
game are interdicted except wild pig
eons, and they might just as well be on
the free, list for they are not approach
able. Tbe M. K. church South will be ded
icated this summer. Rev. Han letter
made an effort to get Sam Jones to
preach the dedicatory sermon, but
failed.
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to me will please call and settle,
as I am in need of monev. All ac
counts of 1S90 not paid in next 30 days
win oe placed in tbe hands of a cotiee-
M.
A, MlI.L-IDR.
Druggist.
James Phegley and wife of Browns
ville were In town Friday. Mr. Pheg
ley was thinking of renting the St.
Charles, but lu this he was disap
pointed. Married, at the residence of bride's
mother, on Sunday Inst, Mr. A. Love
all and Mrs. Shrlver, Rev. J. It. Kirk
patrlck officiating. We -congratulate
the young couple.
Dr. Barker has the promise of nu
abundant crop of stawberrles, .but we
mean to keep the matter a profound
secret until he goes to the mines and
then report on the crop.
If anyone In or about town can Bhow
a irardeu in finer tilth or a young or
chard that Is more promising than Joe
Wassom's they are hereby licensed to
boast of their possession.
As soon as the plans for the Leba
anou canal are matured we will fur
nish every one of our readers with a
full-grown chicken one that crows.
Look out for that rooster.
If the man who tasted the herb
known as Old Man, at Dr. Lamber-
son's office last week, will call again
he can have the bad taste removed by
taking four grains of quinine.
Dr; NeiTHs Informs us that by the
death of an uncle in California he hits
come Into possession of $9,000 In gold
and landed property variously esti
mated at from f7,000 to f 9,000.
Rev. C. A. McDonald la agent for
the famous Epworth pianos and
orirans, which for tone, durability and
finish, are unexcelled. Inquire at Ex
press office for prices and terms.
J. M. Ralston has sold his Interest
In the Linn Countv National Bank to
Mr. A. Bush, of Salem, and will prob
ably locate in Portlnud. He still re
tains his Interest in tne Lebanon Bank
The first load of railroad Iron was
hauled to Bweet Home Tuesday, by
Barr Bros., not, however, to be used In
the construction of a railroad, but
simply to be used as a track for the
saw mill.
George Walton, while engaged ln nfF-
bearlng lumber at Jenntngs.s mill on
Tuesday, received a terrific blow from
a board which struck his thigh with
such force that It Is a wonder his leg
was not broken.
The ladles of the Presbyterian church '
will give one of their excellent dinners
at the Red Front store, on Saturday,
May SO, 1891. Dinner from 12 to 7
o'clock. Strawberries and lee cream
will also be ready.
The "Greys" went over to Albany
Saturday to contend with the Albany
club for the second time. In the crowd
were a number of sympathizers of both
genders and last but not least our sport
lug editor Mercurlus.
A strawberry social will be given by
the Epworth League, on the Academy
grounds, Friday of this week, at the
hour of 5 P. sc. All lovers of this delic
ious fruit are invited to come out and
have a good social time. -
The Young People'B Society of the
First Presbyterian church, will give a
sociable at the residence of Mr. Monta
gue, on Friday evening of this week.
A short and interesting program is ar
ranged. Everyone is Invited to attend.
The bop louse has made its appear-
ln some sections of the country.
If tbe nop yards in tins section are in
fested with these destructive insects
they have hitherto eluded observation
or caused no apprehension among hop
raisers.
A railroad velocipede was pushed
Into town Friday which showed some
signs of being In a wreck. We learned
from the conductor that the velocipede
came in contact with a hand car on
the O. Ry-, hurting three or four pas
sengers Blightly.
The old-fa-shioned Spanish bull fight
was inaugurated in lebanon last Mon
day, in which the belligerents were Ben
Barker and Bos Taurus. The latter
was victorious, lien was the recipi
ent of a few headers that left him in a
bruised and battered condition. .
L. L. Buekner is clearing the land
which he bought and which lies be
tween the canal and the river. A
steam cross-cut saw and several men
are making -inroads upon the timber
and soon Mr. Buckuer will have as
good a hop yard as can be found
'. BUY YOUR
Hardware, Stoves and Ranges
' FROM .
MATTHEWS A WASHBURN,
Albany, Ore.
My Increasing trade has prompted
me to buy largely. I have a large bill
of all kinds of shoes on the way from
the Fast, also from San Francisco, that
will soon be here, aud then we can nt
anyone in size, quality or prlce. Re
member I pay cash and sell for the
same; therefore we can sell as cheap in
Lebanon as anywhere in Oregon.
- Hiram Baker.
We wish to announce to the public
that we have a large stock of wagons,
buggies, hacks and carts, direct
from the factory in the East. We have
selected these gooos xosuit tne climate,
roads and people of this vicinity, and
we cordially invite, all those wishing
to buy anything in this line of goods
to call on us before purchasing else
where. - UBUSON & JMKNZIES,
Two hundred newly-married couples
wanted at E. Goan's furniture store- to
buy bed room sets, that they may sail
through life "on flowery beds of ease."
I am not seeking an invitation to your
wedding but I do want to congratulate
you and start you on the highway to
prosperity by furnishing your rooms
with the best, - the handsomest and
cheapest furniture this side of any
where. The following statement from Mr.
W. B. Denny, a well known dairyman
of New Lexington Ohio, will be of in
terest to persons troubled with Rheu
matism. He says: "I have used Cham
berlain's Pain Balm for nearly two
years, four bottles in all, and there is
nothing I have ever used that gave me
as much relief for rheumatism. We
always keep a bottle in the house."
For sale by M. A. Miller, druggist
He wants it known, Mr. J. H.
Straub, a well known German citizen
of Fort Madison, Iowa, was terribly
afflicted with inflammatory rheuma
tism when Mr. 3. F. Salmon, a promi
nent druggist there, advised him to use
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One bottle
of it cured him. His case was a yery
severe one. He suffered a great deal
and now want? others similarly
at-
j nicted to know wuat cured him
60
: wnt iottles for sale
by M. A. Miller,
j druggist.
In our travels aha-ut town at night
we frequently come upon a bevy of
boys ranging lu agefromlO to 10 years.
The boys may mean no harm byenngre
giifclngon the back streeUhut Judging by
their actions and language these notv
turnnl meetings are conducive of no
good. v
At a meeting of the Unit County
HUl Club held in Lebanon last Satur
day, M. A Miller was elected presi
dent, K. J. O'Connor secretary, K. It.
1 talker treasurer. J. L. Cowan Ap
plied for membership, but his prefer
ence being for Cleveland he was re
jected.
One of our most noted anglers
shouldered his fishing pole, slung his
pouch over his shoulder and headed
for Chemile Falls Inst Frtduj. It was
noticed that be carried an extra uppnr
teuance In one hand, In the shape of a
raw hide chair. Kvidently the gentle
man In question Intended to "let pati
ence have her perfect work-"
There are some Indignant fanners in
this vicinity. The town boys trumping
their grain hunting game, shoot wtdty
about over their premises endangering
the lives of the stock and annoying the
farmers in various other way. Some
of these boys are altogether too small
to carry firearms, and If parents do not
look after them there are liable to lie
some funerals resulting from such care
lessness.
There appears to he a class of tramp
robbers infesting the Willamette
Valley and operating In the city.
I.ast night a gentleman was attacked
while on his way to his stopping place
in the eastern part of the city, and left
insensible by the side of the walk.
When he regalued his faculties his
watch and money was massing. No
clue has been gained of the perpetra
tors. Herald.
If one will watch the depot and ste
the tons of flour which are shipped to
Lebanon from Albany, Brownsville
and Corvallls he will Undone of the
strongest arguments tn favor of the
canal. A gentleman was up from Port
land last week to learn what the prospect
la for water power. He says a flouring
milt will be built as soon as the canal
is completed. One or two other enter
prises are whispered of and a general
business revival Is sure to follow on the
heels of this enterprise.
The citizens generally, and those es
pecially who have relaiivesand friends
burled in the old cemetery, will take
notice that decoration day will be ob
served Saturday, May 30. Let us eee that
none of the graves are neglected, but
on the contrary let us see that the
cemetery shows that we have a proper
regard for the departed. Rev. Cline,
of Salem, himself an old soldier and
an eloquent speaker, will deliver the
oration. An Invitation is extended to
cituvms aud ex-soldiers to be present on
that occasion.
lEItOKALITIE8.
Harvey i?tanrd was in town Friday.
3. A. Beard ent to Albany Tuesday.
8. M. Oariand has Ijeen nnwetl of late.
Misf Dora Torbet If. seriously aftiirtedi.
Ed. O'Neil ryturiifd from California Mon
day. Wm. Piper came down (rum Mill City last
Hiram Powell was in town on business
Saturday.
Mr. Kgglcon returned from Brownsville
Saturday.
(i. V. Nimpson, of Albany, was In Icbs
uon last Kriday.
Rev. P. V. Parker, of Woodbu.ro, was in
Lebanon Monday.
M. V. iVnnl and wite had business in the
county seal Saturday.
A. J. Orttss, of Brownsville, gave this
office a rati last neck.
Job. Rii;tr", of Brownsville, called at the
Expitcss oitire this week.
Mm. Ir. nkip worth was taken suddenly
ill last week with la tsriore.
Mrs. Thomitson has boon visiting her sis
ter, Miss Nettie Amos of this place.
tiev. F. II. t'alier and wife, of Browns
ville were in Lebanon Monday, visiting
friend.
J. II. Johnston attended the Presbytery
of the C P. oliurch, which convened in
Brownsville last wees.
Fret! and Geo. Peebler were eiren a rest by
the 8. P. Co. tins week, and they came over
to visit relatives and friends in Lebanon
J. K. Mcll argue passed through town
Friday on his return from Marion county,
where he lias been canvassing for the Chal
lenge churn ower. H
TEMFEBAKCK MEETING. .
The churches of JLebanon will unite
in a temperance meeting to be held
under the direction of the YV. C. T. U.
at the M. E. church next Sundav even
ing. The meeting will be held in the
interest wf the World's W. C. T. U.
Following is the program:
I. Hymn, "Christ, the Lord, is Risen To
Day." . 2. Heading of the Crusade Psalm.
3. Prayer.
4. Sons;
"There are bawtft of ribbon white
Around the world, amund the world.'
5. Select readings from the World's W. C
T. U. numljer of the Union Signal.
6. Address Subject, "Lady Henry Som
erset and Her Work."
9. Heading of letter from President of
World s W. C. T. IT.
10. Collection Sjech for World's W. 0.
T. U., composed by Anna (ronton.
II. Collection: distribution of literature;
circulation of World's Petition.
12. Temperance doxology ; benediction.
The Pulpit and the Stage.
Rev. F. M. Bhrout, Pastor United
Brethren Church, Klue Mound, Kan.,
says: 14I feel it my duty to. tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has
done for me. My Lungs were badly
diseased, and my parishiouers thought
1 couia live oniy a rew wecKs. 1 toK
five bottles of Dr. KJntr's New Discov
ery and am sound and well, gaining 2Q
ids. in weifrnt."
Arthur ljove, ManacrLove's Funny
Folks Combination, writes: "After a
thorough trial and convincing evi
dence, I am confident Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption beats 'em
all, and cures when everything el; e
fails. The greatest kindness I can do
my many thousand friends is to urge
them to try it." Free trial bottles at
Smith & Miller's Drug Store. Regular
sizes ouc ana $i.uu.
Notice to Farmers.
Wanted at once, chickens, ducks,
geese, turkeys, dried fruits, butter,
eiccrs, and all kinds of farm reduce.
for which I will pay the highest price
in casn or excoange ror goous.
O. VV. Simpson,
Albany, Or.
Cod's Blesfllnfr to Humanity.
- Bo Says an Orejjon Pioneer Ninety Years Old.
Fobebt Grovb. Or" Mrch ifl.
Ihavensed the OREGON KIDNEY TKA and
obi aiiied immediate reiief. It is God's biefsicg to
humanity. I take pleasure in recommending it
to the afflicted. I am now nearly ninety years
Huason s uny uimpaoy, ana sinte i negnn nin;
L l enjov soon neaitu
DAVID MUNilOE.
Your Face.
You can get your picture taken for
$1 60 per doz. at Crawford & Paxtou'y.
Albany. .
SWEET HOME,
Peace.
Oni'denlng,
Fine weather.
Mrs. R. Ij, HusFiell U vlNltlng relatives
at Albany.
Peter 1m Francis went to Albany this
week on business.
The Weddle saw mill will soon be
ready to cut lumber.
W. T. Nichols, of Willow Prairie, Is
at work for Mr. Weddle cutting tog.
Charles Howes, who has been at work
near Tangent, came home lust week.
Preaching at Concord on the fourth
Sunday at a o'clock p. M. by Kid. T. A.
School la nroffressinir nlcelv. Kverv
one Is deeply Interested and good will
prevails.
There will be a ministerial and Sun
day-school convention held in Sweet
Home In July, 181U.
School In the Jjewls district Is In
excellent condition and the pupils are
making permanent Improvement.
Frank Stcingrandt killed a black
bear last week. lie tmw feels blood
thirsty and says he will kill another if
It comes iu his way.
Hemember we have an express office
In Sweet Home. We are also to have
a imstofllce money-order business soon.
This speaks welt for our little commu
nity. John null land and some hands ate
out in the mountains opening up the
road preparatory to ineetlnir the want
of our people, who are getting ready
tor rustication, rest una recuperation.
l he tillers oi tne sou neen a relaxation.
and the couuter-jimipers and trades
men generally need a chauce to snurl
the fresh air, which alone Is able to
iroperly tone up the system, enervated
v foul air. Inipreanated by the evrms
of disease and the funn-a of tobacco.
1 be mountains furmah every tifeeaaarv
requisite to a thorough renovating
of a debilitated system. Some will
tlee to the mountains to seek the bless
ings of solitary freedom, other that
they may be free from care, or from
business, while yet others may seek
tne forest aud the stream to while
away a few weeks, simply as a change.
w hatever may e tne cautte or toe real
object for the summer vacation to the
mountains, e-ery one will obtain mo e
blessings than they really esptct.
They will rejuvenate their system?,
giving them more strength to follow
their avocations with moreenerRV and
iirnsperity. Ko come ne ana all and
enjoy yourselves to your hearts1 con
tent; you will find a place Just eueh as
you are seeking it is any place and
every place from Concord to Upper
Bod a.
ROI-L OF HOXOR.
Fol lowing Is the standing of the pu
pils tn Concord school for the paft
month ami the per cent, tn scholarship,
attenuauce anu application
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Specimen Cases.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia and Rheuma
tism, his Stomach was disordered, his
liver was afteeted to an alarming de
gree, appetite tell away, and lie was
terribly reduced in nesh and Htreneth.
Three not tlee of Electric Bitters cured
cuviHru t-iieputru, nurnxoun;, in..
had a running sore on his leg of eight
years7 standing; tjsed three twitties ot
Fleet rlc Hitters and seven boxes of
BtiokJon's Aruioa cUilve, and his leg is
sounu ana wen. jonn rspeaner, Ja
tnwla, O., had live large Fever sores on
his leg, doctors said he was incurable.
One bottle K Ice trie Bitters and one box
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him en
tirely. Sold by Smith A, Miller.
"The Jray .lljr.
Anolbsea Cottacjk, L. IJ., July 2.
Gentfemen; Altho' it is very unusual
for me to use any lotions or
washes, still, in answer to your
request, i nave triea jatiome
Violet Cream and Robert ine. The
former I consider especially efficacious
in cases of roughness of the akin, and
I have been uMnpit every day for the
last fortnight. 1 have found the
Robert ine an excellent preparation in
casees of tan. sunburn, etc., caused bv
exposure to March winds and a July
sun. . a ours munruiiy,
I, II, I. IK LAKOTBY
To Messrs. Wisdom & Co.
A Change In BasneH.
Ou and after May 1st we will change
our business to a strictly cash system,
thereby enabling us to buy for cash
and get our discounts, arid we will give
our customers the benefit. We will take
produce in exchange for goods, also
will pay cash for all kinds of produce.
All parties knowing: themselves In
debted to me will please call and settle.
us I wish to balnnce my books. Re
spectfully yours. T. C.'Fgeblgb.
For Sale.
A well Improved farm consisting of
225 acres, 125 acres of which la sowed
to grain. There is on the farm a large
new barn and a fine orchard. Two
good springs to furnish the water sup
ply, iarm, farming implements, geese,
turkeys auu ciiickens tor sale at tne
low nirure of $4-rH). For particulars
call on or write to VV. J. A uu ridge, Jja
comb Oregon.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Bkst Saxvk iu the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Slt
Rheum. Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped
it anos, umioiatns, corns, ana ail rkin
Kruntions. and positively cures Piles.
or no pay required, ft is guaranteed
to crive perteot. satisfaction, or monev
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Roberts & Miller.
PRODUCE WANTED
XA.Y CASH
P0R-
Eggs, Butter and All Kinds
of Poultry.
MONFOKE & MELVIN.
NEW HARNESS SHOP
LEBANON, ORGOON,
J. C. FREY & SON,
DEALERS IN
Harness, Saddles, Collars
Whips, Etc.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A CALL..
At Peterson & w aJlace's Old SuliuL
Clothing,
BOOTS, SHOES
ING GOODS.
We wish to announce to our good friends in
Lebanon and vicinity that
all in, and is
ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL
-TO UK
FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE
Ever Drought to the
IN-
YOUNG MEN'S
Wo carry everything that is New and Novel, guar
anteed to fit equally as well as your Merchant Tailor
can fit you.
Among other celebrated
carry a full line of the
manufactured by
-r mm r f i
A full and cmplete line
ranging in price from $7
Agents for Albany Woolen Goods, and a full line
intock.
A full line of Shoes and Boots at Popular Prices.
Latest Styles and Patterns in Furnishing Goods.
Come and see us when
T. Ij. Wallace & Co.,
ALBANY'S LEADING CLOTHIERS.
'The Birthplace of Great and Honest Bargains.'
G. LOVBLEE,
IVIerchant Tailor,
LEBANON,
G. Lovelee's is the
County to Get a Suit Made to Order.
A NEW LINE OF GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
Call and Inspect the Goods if you do
not Leave your Order.
FIRST-CLASS TAILOR,
WHEN YOU GO TO ALBANY
-RKBIKMBBU-
Knapp, Burrell & Company
-ABB TUB LARGEST DEALERS IN-
Agricultural
On the Fociflo Coast.
THEY ARB ALSO AGENTS FOR
Bain Wagons, Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows, Deer
Ing Binders and Mowers, Lightning Hay Press, Etc.,
-AND DEALERS IN-
Fine Buggies, Racine Hacks, Road Carts,Wagons
And Veliiclcs of Every Description, Barb Wire, Etc.
Call and Examine Their Stock. Orders by Mail or Telegraph
Promptly Attended To.
F. II. R0SC0E, Manager.
and FURNISH
our Spring Stock is now
THE-
Willamette Valley.
DRESS SUITS
brands and makes, we
Highly-Tailored Clothing
m' imm n it i
of Men's Business Suits
50 to $14.
in the city.
CUBES
ANT
1EADAGHE
White Yoa Wait,"
BUT CURES -
WOTHIN9 EU5S.
OBEGON.
Cheapest Place in Linn
FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Implements
OFF FOR
We cannot all eo and fisht
home and look after the widows
Sweethearts:
We cannot all be heroes; some of us must stay at. home
and sell Dry Goods, Boots and
siderable e'ory for the man who succeeds in being the le V
merchant of Lebanon. We are trvincr to secure the clorv. .
with a capital G, and are succeeding pretty well. . ttj is pet- (;
ting to be quite generally recognized that we are .seating tlie
pace for our competitors. When people want anyjKiii in
our line they know we are apt to have the lowest price on it'. '
We Like It
To be understood, and will try
utation.
C. C HACKLEMAN; H
Dealer in Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes for CASH;
WHEN VISITING ALBANY,
DON'T FAIL
MAMMOTH STOCK
-OF
SPRING
CLOTHINd
-AT
NEW STYLES!
Also an Elegant Stock of
ing Department with
WILL & LINK.,
(Successors to Will Bros.,)
DEALERS 13f
Pianos and Organs
Musical Merchandise & Sewing Machines,
Invite the people of Lebanon and vicinity to acquaint them-;
selves with J
H. P. MILLER
Pianos.
AND
VOSE SONS'
These instrouiente tlu-y keep in Block, but solicit orders tar 'Steinwsy"
"Weber" Pianos. Our prices are tbe lowest. Hbeet Music, Books and Soot"
Instruments a specialty. The best Hewing Machines in the market on ea
terms. Write for catalogues.
Second Street,
G. E. HARDY
JEWELER,
Hm on hand a large atock of
3
JEWELRY
JUST RECEIVED
Call And Secure Prices.
The Oreeonian has the larxrest circu
if.
lation of any daily. Sunday or weekly
paper west of the Kouky mountains.
And in order to further increase its
circulation they have selected with
great care, a large list of valuable
books and other useful articles, and are
oflerinr them as premiums to each new
subscriber, to any of its several issues
for yearly subscriptions. The Orepon
inii should be 111 every household, bend
for premium list.
Okegonian Publishing Co.,
Portland, Ore gun.
THE YM;
Italians; some must stay fit
arid orphans', wives and
Shoes, Sci - But there is cud- y
very hard to keep up our rep-
- ....... .
TO BEE THE
r
NEW PRICES !
Cloths in Merchant Xa"cr-
Frst-Class Tailoring. (
P ALACK.
NEWNfAS
,t5sr-0rgan&-
AI EAKII
Albany, Oregon'.
DEN VE
Omalia, Kansas City, CMca
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS, f
. AND ALL POINTS
East, North tf Sottt
UNION TICKET 0FFIC
C. O. RAWLINGS, AB.nt, i
Albaxy, : z Okeooji.
C. E. RANOUS,
Carpenter & Builch
All Kinds Repairing & J'
Done on Shortest J '
UPHOIJ5TERISG A Sljf
Shop on Main Street. Nf
Tailor Shoi
M11GM!
S. ; kM V . ..... i
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