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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1891)
Fed i tor
rid - Proprietor.
The Au;?ttBta Chronicle pays most
of the third party canidrttes will . be
from the "state of obscurity. W hv
plmuldn't they? It haa far the
Signs, written in letters that "hp
who runs mav read," are oil right;
but people in this age do not go to
sigu-boards for the news of the day
t:itv fathers, publish the ordinan
ces, A ricw explosive, claimed to be
of greater power than dynamite,
and not subject to climate changes,
is to be tested by the board of
ordinance and fortification at
Washington. It is manufactured
in Virginia, and is called Ameri
The wonderful resources of Leb
anon and of the country surround
ing Lebanon, are attracting atten
tion more and more every day, and
yet it is now but in its infancy in
The Middle Georgia Argus vouch
es for this tory: . ,r
A cow on the farm of Mr. r. K.
Burford last week gava birth to a
ralf that had distinct ear-marks on
rath ear, a swallow fork on the
right and a smooth crop on the
loft. This is the exact stock mark
of Mr J. Burford, the son of the
owner of the cow mentioned.
Much talk is being indulged in
as to the probable successor of Rt.
Hon. Wm. E. Gladstone, in event
ill health prevents his attendance
at the coming sessionoi rvriuneui.
Let us hope the "Grand Old Man"
may be there, for there is no Kn
cliiah IpiiiW who can occupy his
place for the same good.
The people of Lebanon have that
confidence in the integrity and in
telligence of the city council that
thev believe that body will act in
the matter of bonding the town, as
will beat serve the interests oi
fast growing little city.
The supreme court of Texas has
rendered its decison in a case
broueht by the state to recover
lands improperly patented to the
railroads. The court holds that no
erants should have been made on
account of sidings and switches.
Throueh this decision the state will
recover about 6 000 000 acres of
The Columbia river Center, ial
Celebration society has been organ
ized for the purpose of taking steps
to properly celebrate May 11 1802,
the lOLrth anniversary of the dis
covery of the Co"u nbia river by
Capt- Robert Gray, the first man to
carry the stars and stripes around
the world-this will be a notable
event and one of importance to the
people of this and sister states.
OUR TRIP TO MONMOTH,
Stato Normal Coileg-e Commence
June 21-23, in company with our
better half we attended the commence
" ntent exercises at the State Normal
College, at Mon moth. The chapel was
beautifully decorated with flowers and
hand paintings; on the wall, over the
stage hang the anchor, with appended
the class motto: 'Class of 1881, edu
cation ends only with life."
Rev. Ir. Elliott, of Portland, preach
ed the baccu la urate sermon, and was
introduced by President Campbell.
The Dr. began by stating very pleas
antly, that he was highly pleased with
the aorraal, and congratulated the
people that the sehool was under the
care of the state. 4'Is not the life more
than meat, and the body than rai
ment?" His ermoii pointed the stu
dent to the necessity of beginning
aright, "seek first the kingdom of God
mid his righteousness, and all these
things ehall be added." The speaker
Mpote with much earnestness and was
attentively listened to throughout.
Sabbath afternoon we took the motor
and rode to Independence, and spent
the evening fa sight seeing. Monday
morning, in company with Mr. J. Jj.
Griggs, we drove to Dallas, the county
fteat, and were surprised to see such a
thriving little town.
Monday afternoon was the 'Class
Tree" exercises. It has been the cus
tom of the normal graduating class of
each year to plant a tree on the oollege
campus as a memorial to Its members
the class or 1S91 selected the juniper
iiee, The exercises were good. Rev.
Mr. Lott made an address; Miss Kliza
Iteth Carouthers was the class historian
and suitably summed up past of the life
of each member of the class. Mr Howe
prophesied of their several destinies
In ten years next suceeditig;Mixs Scho
fivhi gave tree dedication address The
xerelses were int rspersed with music
The annual reunion of the students
culled out a large audience.
Tuesday morning the faculty and
students, with a large number of visi
tors, assembled in tha chapel; the de
votional exercises were conducted by
Elder Messick, and after a few words
from each of the faculty, Prof. Tuthill
jra.ve a reading; followed by Hon N. L.
Butler, in a good solid speech. We
pepfcTtben shown through the college.
Th seoeption tendered the regents
wasajxiost enjoyable occasion, which
we had the pleasure of attending. Gov
PeTiooj-er, the board of regents, the
board of trustees, the faculty, Mrs Rel
her, Mrs Bentley, Mrs 8cofield, Mrs
Mcintosh; Misses Anna Lee, Clara
Oard, Fannie Griggs, Elizabeth Car
outhers; Col Love 11 and aids O X G
J Griggs and C C Doughty attended
The school ha, done good work
under the management of Prof Camp
bell. There were twenty graduates
this year. The outlook for the coming'
year Is flattering.
We had a very pleasant home at the
jcfcilence of Hon. I. If. M. IS u tier dur- I
More emigrants needed.
Cascara, trees seem to be shedding their
The river is felling again arid trout fish
ing will noon be urood.
Mr. Griffith takes out two loads of bark
to-day. r -
Still the treos fill, c. Messrs. Doone,
Workman and Pottwrs ranches.
There are several fine churns up here that
ore still hi need xf owners.
M. E. V.
M ILI.OW I'RAIHIK
Johua Nichols pot his kitchen done, but
not a wm does he say about that oyater
Antonio 11. Steinpiimlt pot a fine garden,
John Ihompson has a good garden, also.
Andy T, Nicholn has his house finished,
I suppose fmin the way he is fixing up he
is going to get a house-keeper before long.
.some one let the cat out of the bag about
htm and Misa Mealy. Mr. Nichols visits
tliere pretty often time will tell Hill.
Mealy ifl fixingup his place in good shape
don.t know but he is getting tired of bad;
C. C. Cooper is slashing brush for Marion
leach. this week.
n e learn Mr. L. B. Henderson went to
Crowfordsville on business, last RaUirday.
T. B. Wright moved in his new house
Mr. H. S. Wootlen and wife have been
Hite srek the past week.
Ae learn that Prof. Arnold has twenty
one scholars and is proscring with his
We understand C. K. Creig and Warner
Authors will commence work on the
Brownsville canul, Monday next.
There was quite a large attendance at the
Sabbath school last Sunday, considering
the rainy weather.
Mr. Joe. n- Smith of Brush Creek, has
been visiting his folks, the past week.
Mr. 8m Hawkens went to Holiey last
Sunday, to attend meeting at that place.
We learn that Mr. J times Tyler will leave
for Santa Rosa Cal., in about ten days.
Mr. J. V. Wright, of Fern Hidge made
Mountain Home a flying call, on last Mon
Nokth Ambricax Pie Kater.
I wish to remove the false impression
which the bachelors" last week mav have
made. I am a maiden and a? old as any hi
these tootmus, i am 37 but why any roh-
t Jem an should speak disparagingly of a
lady over ten years, as an old maid is
is more than 1 can understand. I desire
him to understand now (if he does not take
the hint before, he will when he comes
Saturday night to spend the evening) we
respectable girla, yes girls, are not going to
to be called by such a disrespectful name
as old maids. Jt does not sonnj very bad
to say an oldish girl, but old maid sounds
so rediculously bad. Now Mr. don't-siffn-
yjur-nanie, let us have all the news you
can get, but please do not disgrace your
self, by heaping coals of fire on your head.
by calling your best girl an old maid, if she
iapast3StUat is nothing, she has hardly
reached her prime. Now with the best
wishes to alt the single men in the moun
tain's t shall now tell you the news.
Mr. Judd Mealy and Miss Joy pa5RC-d
Concord to-day, and they report everyone
well at Pleasant Ridge and in that vicinity.
Mr. J Nicholls and Willie, from Willow
I'rarie, were down and took home a cow
Mr. J. H. Galbraith, who has been quite
sick, is reported Ijctter.
There is some preparation being made for
business at Okola. By the way, this is the
finest place, for small business, on the road
from Ijcbanon to JLower Soda. There will
be a grist mill, able to grind all the wheat
raised in this vicinty, thus making a market
at home, saving the money at home. A
saw mill will also be built and this will
necessary call for a store and post office.
and a there w:Ji be a feed stable and hotel,
this will be a fine opening for business,
and then there will be a bridge built on the
Santiam at Rocky Point, which will supply
the needed outlet to Big Bottom and the
entire surrounding country, all of which
will be of great utility.
The Alliance is at work in our quiet
Some one broke into the drug store at
fc? svect Home Saturday night and took
about 3 dom oranges they also, stole some
oats from Mr. taeorge Miller at the feed
Mrs. Jackson was thrown from her horse
Monday, and was badly hurt.
We have a base ball club at Sweet Home.
There wiH be a picnic at Sweet Home
Friday, it being the close of Mr Swan's
Mess. Edward Simmons and J. McClure
are building a large barn for Mr. Unger.
Mr. Charles Homer is visiting at Concord
The Bchool is short several weeks on ac
count of bad colds.
Om M Am.
Some femd or feiuds, in 1mm an shape,
without Hie lear of God or man, and insti
gated by the devil, have been wantonly and
maliciously robbing the graves of flowers'in
the old Lebanon cemetery. ' The friends -of
loved ones sleeping in that silent city have
determined, in the future to protect, at all
hoard the home of the dead, and if those
miscreants do not desist they will be hand
led without mercy. We hereby give notice
that we will use whatever evidence we can
procure and employ the best of counsel to
prosecute any and all persons, taking
flowers, plucking shrubcry or in any wire
doing any injnry to the Lebanon cemetery.
Miniate rial And 'Sunday
The Ministerial and Sundny schfKI
convention of (he Kvanj?elical Associ
ation convenes at Sweet Home on the
7th of July at 7,30 p M and will contin
ue over the 8th and 9th, holding session
morning, nfternoon and evening ot
each day. Friends are expected to
come provided with lunch so that it
may not be nceerssary for them to g-o
home which would make it impossible
for many to attend the evening session
A good programme is arranged and an
interesting and profitable time expect
ed. Ail are invited to nttend.
Thos. A. Yost.
Let our English cousins ping ap
propriately, "Gol save the Prince."
He needs it.
If yon have no Lebanon real
estate, better jret some, now. The
canal will soon be lit re. and Tvith
it mjinnfactnrinfj enterprises. Dirt
becomiiic more valuable
$100 Reward. $100.
The readers f the Expkksb will he pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure ic the nly positlvecuro now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
btdng a constitutional disease, mint res a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct Iv
upon the blood and mucous surface of the
systum, thereby distmying the foundation
of tlie disease, and giving the patient
trength by building up the constitution
snd assisting nature in doing its work. The
aroprietors have so much faith lit its cura
pive powers that they offer One Hundred
hollars for any esse that it fails to cure.
tSend for list uf testimonials. Address P. J
Cheney 9 Co., Toledo, O- Sold ly lrng.i;is
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
ludebtcd to Harbour Bros, or to Bar
bour & Dalglcteh, of Lebanon, Oregon,
that all debts due eithei of said firm 9
must be paid at once, or satisfactory
arrangements made therefor. Other
wise the undersigned will be forced to
Institute suit fur the collections of said
debts. Lebanon, Or., June 8, 1891.
A Sure Care for Pllea.
Itching Piles are known by moisture
like perspiration causing Intense Itch
ing when warm. This form, as well
as blind, bleedlnp; and protruding;,
yield at once to 3r. Bnsanko's Pile
Kemedy, which acts directly on the
parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays
itching; and effects a permanent cure.
50c. l)ruKfjfi9ts or mail: treatise free.
!r. Bosan kb, 329 Arch street, Philadel
phia, Pa. Bold by M. A. Miller.
All parties knowing themselves In
debted to John linger will now take
notice that all accounts unpaid by
Aug. 1st., 1801, will be sued upm at
ihttt date. This is the last notice to I e
given. I hare waited long; enough.
Pay all accour. U to Samuel M. Gar
land. July 2, ltoJL
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E. Hogg, Receiver,
Oregon Development Co's Steamshp Line
226 Mlltt 8hortrl 20 Hoon L Tlml
Than by any other Route.
FIRST-CLASS THROUGH PASSENGER AND
From Portland and nil points in the Willamette
Valley to and from Ban Francisco, CaL
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIM SCHEIUT.K (Execpt Sunday.)
Lv YaquiTia 7:00 A M
l.v Co:-vAUi.W:aS A M
Ar Albany A il
4:3S I U
O. & f. trainx connect at Albany ar1 Corvallts.
Tlie abow irAtm eonnetrt at Yaontna with the
Oregon leTrfoimeut Ctnipaiiy"! Hue or Sieant-sliip-i
bvtweinr Yaquina and San Fram-Lsco.
S. S. Willamette Valley
Krrtro YaquJna .Jime 4, June 13. Jne25.
Fnxn San Fnaeinco May 31, " 9. IS & 27.
This eomnjiny rewres lite rizht to chanee saiN
Ing dateu withtmt notice.
WM. M. HOACi.
C C. IKMII'E. Gt-ncral Manager.
U. F. & P. Afient. Ccrvallis, Or.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
1.an OmcE at Oregon fMry, Orvson,
Vntie frs herebr Eriren that the ftll-inir-anud
settler has tiled nor(e of his (mention to mate
tinal proof in support of hb elaim. and that said
im trill le mu'le before ttte t. oiinty flerfe ot
n County, at Albanr. Oreffoc. ou July i:L iS?i,
P. N. MII.X.AKI,
HoMead Entry No. for the K. J of X. W.
y. and Ixits 1, 2. S anl 4, Pe. . Tp. i:t. fe. R. 1 W.
He name the followitifr witnew4.9 to irm-e
hid continuous rwideui.-c uuoii and cultiva
tion of. Mid land, vix: Geonre l-'ivt-r. (eortre WW
mm. (reorge Klum and James Vnnderfiool, all of
StNlaville "P. O., Unn County, f )n-von.
j. 1. Arrfciwo., itepier.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land OJllce at Oreiron Cilv. Oregon. 1
Hay 21, 1U. f -Notice
Is hereby Riren that the folloiviu?-namel
wttlerha filed "notice of his intention to make
final nrrtof in-unrvrt of hi cluini. and that said
proof will be made before the County Clerk uf
Linn County, at Albany, Oregon, on July if,
ORES C. MARHHAIX,
Pre-emption D. S. No. 7444. for the E. Jof 8. W.
4. and Lots 8 and 4, Sec. 30. Tp. 12 S., K."2 K.
drew Vail trod William llule, nil of 1 h:11tm. Unn
County, in'g- J. X. Al'J'KKSOX, lietptor.
I-and Office at Oregon ilv. Ore-iron.
May -SI, laOl,
Notice Cb hereby frienthat the fonnwipgnamcd
seiner nas niei noiieeor nis intention i niaKe
final rrrt)f in suixrt or IiIm claim, and that said
rn-oof will be made before the County t'lerk of
l inn County, at Albany, Oregon, ua July 14, lWd,
Pre-cTOrXion r. S. No. 7101 for the K. .Jof S.T.. K, !
He uaiaes the folTowiiiff wil:iescn to prove his
cot.(inuon& r..siJencc upon and cultivation ot, said
! and. viz: OcarW. Morrish, Oren O. Marshall, (
Iuukins and L. Crowdlcy. all of Lebanon, i.inn
Cuunt v.Oregon. J. T. AI'l'KIiSON, liegister.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Every Weelc.J
Hay $15 per ton.
Flour SI 40(1 50 per sack.
Chop $1 50 per cwt.
Bran 80c per cwt.
MiddHiiK--iH 50 per cwt.
Apples Dried, 8c per 11k
Plum! Dried, 7c
eef Drehsed. 6-7c.
Pork Dressed1, 5Gc.
Hams 3 ii$ 1 5c per lb.
Hhouidera r 10c.
Sides 10(S12ic per lb.
fieeae U(S 12 per do.
Dunks $7 50 per doss.
Chickens $4 00(o 5 (X).
Turkeys 12ci per lb.
Kjjga ISc per doz.
Butter 20c per lb.
Hides Cireeu, 24c; dry, 6c
MKTIIODIsr KPrsCOPAL Cin-KOH Thomas
P. Bovtl. pastor Scttjccs ercrv Sabbath at 11 A.
M. and 7 P.M. Sabbath school at 10 A. M. Meut
mjrof tlift Emvorth J-etistw at 3 P. M. Pravcr
snoctfnK Thnrsriay ercTimfr 7::!0 o'clock. All arc
mvftiI to attend thc?o st-rvices.
PRKSBYTERTAN ("TiTKClf A. Jlnrcellns. pan
tor. St rvk-es cv-.-rv S.'blmHi at 11 A M.ami7 :0
P.M. SobbiUh :: JlOt-! :Xl H .. HI. r.-.iytT mwl
Weductfluy cviiiii;i at 7:'l'.l o"eloc:k. All wul
eomt. fn-MP.KRl.AXI' PliEnVTERTAN CUTRr!?
E. V.. ThoinpsoTi. ntor. Preaches: srrvi res c::tTb
Sabniitli at 11 A. M. l 7:30 P. T. I'tiimt m.-vt-hig
Wrdncsdny uvcainfr at 7:30. Sunduv ScIkjoI
every Sblialii at 30 A. M.
M. E. CHURCH. SOUTH G. S. Hanlcitcr. pns
!or. PrtRchinf? frsi taMmth at 11 A. M. and each
Sabbath, evening at 7:Xi. fc'nnduy ncliool nJ 3 P. M,
Co bum prayer m(ti::2 curb Friday cveuiug.
FIltHT HAITI sT ClIi"RC;T C. U. Lainar, pas
.tr. Serices held ic the Aea-.b-iijy. PreafilibiB
every first and second fc'irnddv ;tt 4 I. M. Sunday
School at 12:10 P. 11.
We use the Pacific Washing Matliinf
CWe don't nee the Pacific Washing Machine
Notice Wbat we Claim For tbe Pacific,
prRT A famllr'a washitur done nertPrtly white
as snow, in 20 miimte. or ime-ntih the time of
any aiarhme on the market.
StanwXD No labor.
Third No rubbing
Fot'RTH No Iiine(etnairatively)
Fiptii N fnel (eomparativelj)
Pixth No chemical to rut the fntrments
Kr knth Xo making
Eighth No pumiting or pounding;
Nikth No (Killing
Tenth No wearing t
The machine will save the average family 25
jH'r cent per year by not nibbing or wearing the
clothing In the wai-hiug pnteem. tnaay nothing of
! great xavbig of labor, fuel and time. '"Seeing
belleTing," so please ace our machioe operate
hefore you object, or buy tome inferior machine.
eadWMYourHeighbors Saj of thePaclDc
EVOF.XE, Or, 1XB1.
irp, the uHdfTrsigncd cifizvit of A'm
cne, 0fo, having thomvgh'y tetteri
t.'te Pavijiv Wantin Martine do ttiott
cheerfully reeommtrnti the xame to ail
trho neeu a Jtrt-trfaAi mnehitw. It dM
i -8 work iterferttf in a remtirkattt- short
t:metand iviitout any tahor, o totnyetik
It zf au thnt Mcuxn jittneft v H rtiitmn
f-.'cim it to br. It in the bent mackhte
tre have ecn erf, and does its work
A G Ilovev, Pros Lane Co Bank,
T G Hendricks, Pres 1st Nat Hank
G A Blair and wife, Pastor C T
F M Wilkins
SAML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY-AT - LAW.
GEO. W. WRIGHT,
AND NOTAItY ITUIJC,
Will pmrtiee in all the enrt of thin Ptate.
Ottiee, trunt rooms over bank of Oregon.
DR. W. C. NEGUS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Graduate of fioyal C'oJleBC of London and Bell
vue Mediinl Colle(tc, Sfa.
Chronic cases a specialty.
Cancers removed w ithout pain or the knife.
OFFICE Kirkpatrick s building, Lebanon, Or
FORTMILLER & IRVING,
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
CABPKTSWA T.Xj PAPER AND
PICTUHE FBASI lit.
Undertaking- a Specialty
W. L. DOUGLAS
gK 0 A 1 m and other speclal
rf. 3fc Wm II C" ties for Oontfemen.
K UkWmm Indies. etc.. or war-
a or oanom, Aaarera
tfrcktoB. Mmmm, Sold by
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon Cltv, O report, I
May 21, lsfli. f
Notice is Iiereby jrlA-cn that the. following-named
settler hiis liled notice of his intention to make
ft mil pnnf in mipport of his claim, and that wild
proof will be inailo before the County Clerk of
I.inu County, at Albany, Oregon, ou July 14, 1891,
OSCAR W. MORRISH,
Pre-emption P. S. No. 7445, for the N. E. i Sec.
:n. lp. R.2 K.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of, wild
land, viz: Orel. C. Marshall( (ieora (iibbs at id
William Hale, of Lebanon. Lmn County, Orecon,
and Andrew Vail of Waterloo. P.inn Count v, Ore
gon. J. T. APPEliSON, leister.
Nottre v hereby given tTiat. by virture of an
onli-r of the Coumy t "ourt ;f I.inn county. Oregon
nude and duly entered of record therein. May
s, isftl, the i'i)der."it,ued N. It. Dulglei.h was ap
poimed administrator of the oMate of Win. M.
ilarbiiur. ded'd. An and nil pi-rwons haviuis"
claims ap-niii!t said e.la:e arc heruby notified to
jircKent thom. with iroier vouelier.f. to the undur
igncd, at the stoit; of Harbour fc l-algeish, Ixibaii
011, l.iun county. Oregon, wiCiin ssx months from
this date. Lebanon, or., June .V
N.H. iJAL'Jl-'fSU, Adra'r
Kst. Wtu' J:trljour, Dec'd.
y.tM'L M. GAItLAii'D,
c u 11 r
Mrs G P Griffin
Mrs E C Smith
Mrs W H Abiams
Mrs E K Luckey
Mrs F J Crouch
Mrs J J Walton
Mrs Ir D A Paine
Mrs C M Horn
Mrs Geo O Yoran
Mr and Mrs M 8 Riddle, Pastor
Mrs S II Friendlv
" P E Snodgrass
" (i M Whitney
S P Lowell
B C Dunn
G J Travis, Pastof 1st Bap Church
Mrs Minnie Washhurne, P M
E B Handsaker
l)r H T McCornack
Mrs J W Johnson and scores of
Certify to the Same GREAT TRUT
Mrs 11 P Mason
Mrs Wm Meyers
Mrs J D Irving
Mrs A L Lamb
Mrs II F Ashbv
Rev Geo W Hill
.1 A Combs
The Pacific Washing Machine Co. curl
Lebanon Planing Mill
ESTALISHED IK 1878 BY S. 1. XICKERSQH.
Refitted, Enlarged and Improved.
NEW MACHINERY OF THE BEST MODERN TVPE.
I niKiuifaeture and deal in Doors, Blinds, all styles of Windeir
Frames, Door Frames, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc., in fact anything man
ufactured and kept on hand in a first-class planer.
In connection with the above, I also have on hand a well-assorted
lumber vard in which is to be found rough and dressed Lumber, Rustic,
Hovel, Weather Boarding. Flooring, and all kinds of Finishing Lumber
for Cornices, Etc.
'.'i'''.''''.''.."'.'..' mii-m -
C. E. RANOUS,
Carpenter & Builder.
AH Kinds Repairing & Jobbing
Done on Shortest Notice.
UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY
Shop on Main Street, Next Door to
Will Pnrtiy th BiaMii raralate thei
IjTer and KMufi anij Baator thet
Wane oi Appetite, Indigestion,
Itnct or tttrongtn and xiren
miiMiM ana usitm rceiva
new roroe. .enliven tuiaa
, and applle Bruin Power.
SaHeriiiK from complaint
A I C 5 peculiar to their tei will Qnd
TONTC a cafe and apeeily o;iro. Give alar, heal- '
thy complexion. Frequent attempts atoountorfeifr
ing only add to the popularity of the original.
ftrCf 0,r,ArimBnt-.l. tho OBIGINAL ..d BEST.
tr. HAH fcK O 1 kK u y-.li r-ii-Da
lure Constipation, Liver Complaint and Sick
9. OHnpiQ ino buu. u-iaaua uwn mm
1 nmiint nf two cents In DOBtace. W
Dr. HART6R (MEDICINE CO., 8t,Lonia,
a V -of q
F W Schult
Mrs I F Conn
Mrs II V Miller
Mrs O 15 Chamberlain
Mrs Wallace Baldwin
Mrs H II Hewitt
Mrs J M Pollack
Mrs Geo W HoeliHteetler
Mrs J R Chamberlin
Mrs J L Cowan
Mrs A Morris
Mrs Martin Payne
Mrs J M Ralston
Mrs li W Cundiff
Mrs F II Roscoe
Mrs E Blain
Mrs J Klein
W C Davis
B F Zeigler
II F Hollenback
Mrs E Washburn
Kneeht & Meiser
Mrs D R N Blackburn
Oorvalll, Pmk Wh. T.itllV th. 8.m:
Mrs Mj Wells,
" J Mason,
" CC MeBnde
" T Callahan
" A Hades
" S AT Wilkins
" J) D Burman
" O Lona
Mrs J B Lee,
Mrs J Bennett
" a Hades
Miss Julia, Oelbg
W II Hartles,
Miss AT Markey
Mrs P Zeroof
" G Jfinrham
Mrs O H Bond
Mrs F M Miller.
" J Wassom,
" I M Courtney,
" Dr Laniberson,
" A Crouch,
" M Marsholder,
" A Dodge,
" I J Kirkpatrick,
C W Duckett,
Mrs W J Hay
We will jmj tuOO for m wufc'.aff that we cannot
weeh, as vlean an can be washed, in one-fourth the
time that is required in tbe old wah-board ptxa.
The machine will be on ei
bibiton, after Saturday, June
13, in the sample room of the
St Charles Hotel, Lebanon,
Everybody bring your soil
ed clothes to our office and
we will wash them free of
charge, that you may see
our machine tested.
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Slate ark. count?- rierhta for le. ETere family
will bur a machine when idey see what it will do.
Yu wta not have to N a talker in orrler to be a
mlcmnan. Sli-wthe Unies what it will da and
it is aohi-
& powell, Gen-i Agts.
PUT CURES -
MRS. M. BANTA,
EXCHANGE IIOTEL BUI1JMXG.
Dress Suitn. Wih Snits. Wrap, mod Plain Sewing
Neatly and Promptly Hone.
Cuttinn and Fitting a Specialty. Ohargva reason
able. A fair share of hewing solicited.
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North South,
UNJ0N TICKET OFFICE,
C. C. RAWLINCS, Agent,
Albany, : : Oregon.
If you want to see the 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
nishing Goods, Ties, Collars and Cuffs,
Kid Gloves, Fine Balbriggan Under
I have the latest novelties in Dress
Goods, Ribbons, Ruchings, Silks,
Plushes, and Trimmings of all kinds.
I keep the celebiated P. N. and S. 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 respectfully in
vited. CHAS. B. MONTAGUE,
H. R. HYDE, Proprietor,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
And ALL KINDS of CARPETS.
We make a specialty of UNDERTAKING. Calls ans
wered night or day.
ALBANY. OREGON. .
To Make Room for My
SPRING & SDMMER STOCK,
FURIISIIIG GOODS, ilD IOTIOKs,
I WIIX CLOSF OUT MY
Entire Stock of
Boots & Shoes
Now ia the Tim to
SECURE REAL. BAROAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. K. READ,
MBS. S. H. COWAN'S
Emporium of Fashion
Is replete with the Latest Styles of Hat. Bennett
and every artety of head-sear knoim to
tha fashionable world.
A Firat-ClaM Dreasmakinfr Shop in connection,
which is presided over by ladies who make
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty.
Ohe Door Sovtit of tuje " Ecinxss" Orncx
J. F. HYDE,
lotarj PabHe tai Collecting Agent,
Justice of the Peace, Lebanon
A. F. STOWE.
Attorney -at - Law,
CollctioDa siren prompt and carefnl atteatinn.
WiU practtce to an the courts of the state.
ernes nt aksakb's block.
G. E. HARDY
Has on hand a 1T-pa stock of
Call And Secure Prices.
Nota ry Ftibl ic.
and LOAN BROKER.
AeiWT FOB THB CONTIWENTAL FlR.
IN8. Co, or iSew York.
Heal Estate in aU its branches.
Laree anrl -email tract of Fruit. Forrninr. anri
$SO OOO to loan on good real etat