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'VEAltl. REBECCA WWII, SMI. 47.1 O. O. F.
Menu at I. O. ). F Hall tru Mill ,'tlllid Wedliel-
Uhino Loons, Nn, M 1. F. 4 . M.-MmtK
llaturtay evening-, ou artiefore the 1 Sill miwu lu
U.S. HWtNCK, W. M,
T.!M. UlLUK, Boc.
HIootUiiujih.Kii. , , O, U.W.Moela avoir
Tuesday ovcnlug at a. A. It. Hall.
In. a. A. Lmiukmik, U. W.
t J. B. Tiuwwoh, Roc.
Osii'l Swim dun, SJo. 1, niv of niuwo 1
tniworVara. MM ilnt.A. iHH, Lubmw,
H)r., very Halunlay .ewmiiiit.- nwtjil tlie third
taaturday utoaeli wwiith. muellUB tlie third Fri
day IimUwI. All tanlkeni uf (tie Bona of V
wiik iiil rmiiraonic' it. A K. are canUaUr
lAuvUudlumuutwnhiUwUuar . !
A. Ora ball, Nntftfrt.
8 AMU m. OAWLAND,
ttATTORNEY-AT - LAW;
I eathtrM 4 Chamberlain,
o ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
ATTORNEY - KT - LAW,
J. R. WTAIT,
Attorney- at- Law,
A. r. STOWE,
Attorney -at - Law,,
iCclltTtlfins trlvoii imrnir-t ftrtl earefitl atteieian.
Will promiue lul! tlte imurls uf tlie Htate.
OVKICK IR'COllRTNirV' BBtCX.
St Charles Hotel,
Corner Main awi ftlimm.'ui streets,
W. C. FAni-KMSK, Prop.
First-Class in all artments.
Special attention pMt Com
Board and Lodging, per day, 1 to
2; per week 4.60 to
J. R. EWING,
Successor to R. L. McCiure.
First-Class Artlits in attend
anee. Mot and Cold Batlu with
Skower at all times.
"Your real name must acoompany
every communication or it will cer-
tnliily go to the "want basnet." we
In not want your name for publica
tion, tiut as a guarantee of good faith.
Grand Horn Show.
55ie citizen of Lebanon are making
tMsenalve preparations for a grand
stallion and yearling show on Batur
Aiff, April 8th 18MS. Liberal 1st and
d prizes will be given on stallions
aml yearlings. The committee, con
siatliig of Messrs. Westfall, Sutlth and
fsiyeu, are busily euguged In making
Itue necessary arrangements.
A general intntutlou is extenaea to
the people of Unn county and else
where. Come.averybody and see the
Come and bring your neighbors and
snjoy yourselves one day In the pros
perous city oMLebanon.
For further particubira see postera,
which will be sent to different parts of
The followlni; progra nme will bemder
ed at the M- E. church on Bunilay evaaing,
April 2, lINs:
1. Muaio Anthem.
2. l'raver il'tttitor
5. Hcriptuie Lesson.
6. Introdaittory Address Nellie Handle.
6. Clan toroise Mrs. Bryants (Mm,
1. Music Quartette.
8. . Adilrem J. W. Mcniile
B. Class Kacrdite Mrs. Follis' Clawi.
10. Musle liuet.
U. Kecitatton Jewett Simpson.
15. Emmy K. K. Michener,
16. Clasn Exeroisc Miss GrLs's 'Clam.
16. Music (Juarletle.
17. Kecitatiuii An Hauler Legend.
18. ClosiugAdilress BcBsie Warner.
Reoaikaiona of Condolerce.
Haul Lsbanok Lohok No. 4.i
A. K A. M., Murcli
We your oo'iituittee appointed sv draft
t.iul wwrt wsolutions of (sm.loleiice.on the
death and Hi .the memory of our dooeated
brother, iostib Moist, Dep leave toubiuit
Wiiv.iiun, It lias pleased the Great ami
i.Suironie Anlltiiict and Controller f the
universe, bejuie His inliiute wisdom we
Lniost Imml'lf bow, to peutlully remove
from bis lubor here lielow our esteemed and
Jwnored broilutr, Joseph Moist, with whom
vtli'! Musonie tiet.bound us in brotherly feel
Ahk were strong; Therefore be it
. 'KesolTed, That we most deeply mourn and
ifesrettlie deatbof our esteemed brother,
whose wiae councils in this lodge must be
Jtir-a time severed.
Itesolved, Thatavo rovemntly bow to the
mandate of the Supreme ruler in cslling
Otirjtirother from tUlior below to relreKh-
.Benolvod, that e ejtend our heartfelt
sympathy so the jfiiends and relatives oi
Uie dtieetiseU, who wore dear to him in this
their hour of great iKresveinent.
Uesolvud, that a pityce be insi riliod in our
cnjt'Utdt. to the meuiory of our cluccttsed
Is-othec and Unit a ototy oft.hesc resolutions
lv. setitto the wife of the deuetised uiidur
tie seal.oi the lodge, ud that the alter be
dMpud, the usual tiintt, .and further, that
cojiiiisAif;lhese resolutioiw be funiinhed to
the Lvbuuon Kxi-kkss, ILnbiuuin Advance
and Albsiif Humid fur publication.
M. A. Miui.r.n,
J. W. HnKHAir, Com.
J. K. iMoBHts.
F. M.'JluiWia. Sec'y.
I am uow necelvlug my pi'ing and I
summer Mock of dress gawds, novel-1
ties In Hash gauds and wood dtbrlos.
iHahukl E. YotINO,
" Far P-
All persons knowing tlieuisrfwcs In
debted to nie will ptoase cull uud ,set
Hv.tit uiice its J uiu needing myaioikey.
O'Nell Bros, and 8. II. Myers. !t,ave
formed a partmrshlp. and will, ta
llsh Wood works In thlscliy fbey
have not as yet decided w'ia, tiiey
will locute It, but think the" irtjii prob
ably purchase K piece of j (Dm, BbIIokS
property. They will use', ib1m wood
principally, In the work, "Mfcing about
4(10 cords to run them a As tliere
is any amount of this 1 jjnfi of won4 In
this section of the cou $tr which has
heretofore been const Isrefl useless, this
chatioe to dispose ot It will beibtghly
apprettlated. As t' oe men that have
taken hold of this wrk are ttKn of
business, we feel i mmmi Of its-success.
Thev will use tb Imtfe water-wheel of
the old flouring, mill, and will have
moreipower tbin they will iprobably
use, and intern J to faeve arrangements
for ileaslng ower to other parties.
The Eipresh. la always glad to note
suoh iimprov nnenta and enterprises, as
tbey wi" p,ive mere employment to
laborini fl' (u, and-one enterprise will
btiiui forward another. Let the good
wonk go oi i.
Medid'a't have them again, tbat
was evident, but when neuameln at
6-tf olock, from bio office be was badly
"'Wbat's tbe oiatter?" .asked bis
"I I saw a woman awhile ago," he
stammered nervously, "wearing one
of those confounded koop hirts"
"Hkoop hirts?" queried the lady,
eyeing him closely.
"o no," shaking Lis .bead, "one
of those ooufounded book spirts"
"Hook, spirts?" and again. bs wile
ilooked at him uepiciously.
"No, not that; one of those con.
founded skook. pi rts"
"Bkook pirts?" interrupted the wife.
He rubbed bis bead bard and tried
"One of those confounded soop"
"Henry, my dear," interrupted Mrs.
Henry, getting up and taking him by
the arm, "suppose you .go out and
soak your wits at the hydrant for t
Henry obeyed, and when he return
ed Ire said It waa one uf those con
founded hoopskirts that bad unnerved
him so. Detroit Free Press.
A Foolhardy Be.
Bkthany, W. Vs., Mar. 25. Several
miles from here In Pennsylvania, near
the source of Buffalo oroek, an oil well
bus been opened recently. Large quan.
titles of oil have been Kioming down
.the creek siuoe Sunday night. Tbe
students here set the oil on fire on
Monday nigbt at 9:34 o'clock. The fire
.-spread across the creek and started
.down stream In a nash, producing a
ilame nearly 70 feet bigU. Soou Beth
any was In a circle of flaiue, and the
week looked like a serpent of fire near
dy two miles long. A dense smoke
-which nearly suffocated the people of
Bethany, arose. At the end cf two
ib ou r every road was blwkuded with
wagons containing persons who had
oottie In for miles to see the fire. Not
until 24 hours had elapsed did tbe
flames die out. The Bethany oullege
students enjoyed the excitement very
much. The wafer in the creek was
nearly boiling when the fire had gone
out; and when it had sufficiently
cooled more than 100 students aud part
oftbe.faculty went In bathing. Her
ald. Blirlliff J achels.
I naive my aiew spring stock f Jack
ets ready for your Inspecthm. Tbe
assortment is tlie largest in Albans
and all 1888 styles. Prices ae right
Bring your best liortes and celta and
ootne to our horje show which trill be
toon the 8tb of April.
To-mormw is April Fool day.
The revival services at the Academy
have been in progress all the week with
Mrs. M. L. Pipes, of Portland, Is In
our city visiting her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. H. M. Roberts, of Harrisburg,
is In Lebanon visiting her daughter,
Mrs. I. A. Bennett.
W. L. Jackson and a Mr. Ireland
have been engaged to teach the next
term of school at Sodavllle.
Licenses have been If sued for tbe
rrarriageofO. W. Horner and Carrie
A. Cooley, and James Abrams and
Mr. Ed O'Neil informs us tbat there
are several cows around his mill that
are in very poor condition and tbe
owners bad better see after them.
das. Keeney, a painter of more than
ordinary ability, arrived in Lebanort
yesterday. He waa sent out by the
world's fair committee In paint some
of tbe scenery of Oregon.
Yesterday little Daisy Bilyeu brought
into this office tbe largest hen's egg
we bave seen for some time. It meas
ured as follows: Length 1 in.; circum
ference 6 in.; length circumference 8
The Oregonian Publishing Co. has
been ued for 1100,000 by B. G. Yerger,
president of tbe American Historical
Publishing Co., for libel. Harvey
Scott criticised the Company's history
Mrs. Tompkins, nee Miss Lue Hil
lary, of Snohomish, Wash.,a niece of
Mr. Wassom, is here visiting her
uncle and family. Mrs. Tompkins
visited here a few years ago and made
many friends while in our midst.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
the First Presbyterian church, gave a
dime social at the residence of J. J,
Swan's Tuesday evening. A large
number were present and an enioy.
able time was had by all.
Messrs. fiawllngs & Dubrullle were
around Wednesday seeing the bust.
ness men, asking them to subscribe for
the use of water. They informed us
tbat they had met with better success
than they had expected, and they will
commence work about May 1st.
Next Sunday evening, in the Pres
byterian church, will be devoted to an
Anniversary service of the Young
People's Society of Christian Endeav
or. A suitable programme has been
arranged, 'consisting of solos, quar
tettes', choruses and other Interesting
exercises. Every one is cordially in
vited to attend. In the morning we
will have an Easter Service.
Tbe following is taken from tbe Sun
day Welcome: Many Portland demo
crats are signing a petition to the pres
ident asking for the appointment of J.
W. Hoffman, of Albany, for the place
of Indianjagent at the Umatilla reserva
tl n. The Welcome understands that
the Indians of that reservation have
taken their binds in severalty tbat
the allotment has been made and the
residue will be put upon the market
next Saturday. Mr. Hoffman has
been city marshal of Albany for some
The divorce court in South Dakota
is losing none of its agility. About
October last J. H. Moss left this town
and his family going to tbe laud of
blimrds. No later than December
he procured a divorce aud again
nuiri'ieil In January. But this speed is
outranked lu an account of the rapid
work of this double-back-action mar
riage, de-marrlage und re-marriage
machine, coming from Denver, Colo-a-ado.
Judge miller granted a
divorce to James W. Williams and
Married him to Ethel West, who was
wlitfa biui lu court, handing Williams
a marriage certificate along with tbe
dirflof divorce. Florence West.
Maxwell Outlln hie Ilule,
ir-.ipth Aaalalntit PnMtmflArer-flcn-
eral .Monday indicated the line of pol
icy which will govern him in his se
lection or aooui ou,vw jgiirai-u.i-7
postmasters this yeah He said:
"in the first place I don't nmnnw iA
permit unsuccessful politicians to dic
tate appointments. Ex COIIffrpuuiYian
and men who ran for congress' and
were nereated will not control appoint
ments under me. In the tut h
there Is not a democratic senator and
the districts are represented by repub
licans in congress, the state. (iiirint nr
county democratic committees will be
asKeato make recommendations for
postmasters. We want to deal with
live democrats, men of Influence, and
not wornout politicians. Men aud
women who held nostofflces four veara
ago will not be appointed If new blood
can be found. The 'No ex' rale will
apply for the election of fourth-
class postmatrers. Of course, if we
cannot get democrats who have not
held offloe to Accept them, we will re-
instate old peetmasters rather than to
appoint republicans to hold offices.
We are now ready for business and th
changes will be made as rapidly as
Tbe strongest recommendation that
any article can have is the endorse
ment of tbe mothers of the town.
When the mothers recommend It you
may know that the article has more
than ordinary merit Here is what
the Centerville, South Dakota Citizen
says editorially of an article sold in
their town: "From personal experi
ence we can jay that Chamberlain's
Cough Bemedy has broken up bad
colds for our children. We are ac
quainted wilh many mothers In Ceu
tervllle who would not be without It
in the house for a good many times its
cost, aud are recommending it every
day." 60 cent bottles for sale by M.
Tuesday Mr. Jacob Rees, handed
Sheriff Jackson (1373.96 as his share
of the county taxes. Mr. Kees Is next
to the largest tax payer in the county.
S. E. Young leads tbe list, and it will
take $1468.42 to settle the bill. The 30
per cent raise on city property affected
Mr. Young particularly, his assess
ment being $81,80). The Sheriff and
three deputies have their hands full
making out receipts and responding to
the kickers ou the subject of high
taxes, with which, of course, they have
nothing to do. The Man About
Town is in favor though, of a patent
quadruple power kicker for raising tho
members of tbe State board Equaliza
tionDemocrat. M. P. Burroughs, who lived on R. C,
Miller's place near Rock Hill, died last
Monday night, and was burled in the
Dodge cemetery on Wednesday by tho
farmers' alliance. Deceased had been
sick for about three weeks with a com
plication of stomach troubles. Ho
leaves a wife and several children and
a large circle of friends to mourn his
Died. Freddie, the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chancy, March
26, 1893; age 9 months und S dnys. A
constant sufferer for Ihree months,
gone to join the infant family und to
be forever in the presence of him who
Baid, "Suffer the little children to
come unto me, and forbid them not,
for of such is the kingdom of God."
There will he a meeting of the pres
bytery, of the 1st Presbyterian church
In Lebanon, beginning April lltli
aud lasting for three days. This will
be quite an honor to our little city, us
the best talent of the Presbyterian
church in Oregou will be present.
C, A. Zahu has had a summer par lor
added on to the store building, to ac
commodate ice cream customers,