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THURSDAY, APRIL 1, ISB7.
Yards ot the wall known
Broad head dress goods, in
ntw styles and color combi
nations. These goods are
the best medium priced
goods in the market for
durability. They are made
of American material, by
American capital and Amer
fThe Feder Brush Shirt
S. E. Young,
Our Great Clubbing Offer.
Expaua and Weekly Cincinnati En
quirer 91 M
" and Toledo Weekly Blide...... 1 26
" " N. Y. Weekly Tribun 1 26
" ' ff'kly National Recorder. 1
" " New York Tbrlce-a-Week
" and Weekly Oregonian 2 00
" ' " Leslie's Illuit'ted Weekly 2 75
" " Modes Monthly Magaiiiie 1 26
Millinery opening April 6th and
W. . Guy and wife visited in Alba
Hoi' Cake snap Is pure, and will not
W. H. Worrell visited relatives In
Albany last rjunday,
Grooerieo quality excellent prices
low at Bach & Bulil'i.
(Jut-lice Lovelte and wife visited rela.
tivesatHalciu this week.
. Hun. M. A. Miller was doing busl-
oem in AHiany yesterday.
Frank Alexander and family have
jnoved Into the Bennett house.
Phil. Ritter returned to-day from a
itrip to the front of the U. 0. & E.
B. oil), sre the initials uf Bach ft
Buhl-but their grmwries are A. 1.
Bom, Sunday, Maroli 28, In Albany,
to the wife of Mr. Chaa. rjcntt, a aon.
Dr. R. H. Curl and wife have been
-visiting in Lebanon the past few days.
You can make nice soft soap with
fioap Foam, Directions on euob pack--age.
Be sure and see the bargains In
mandolins, far $3, at Will's music
Hi Cake soap wrapper are worth a
cent aplws In valuable present, Have
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap, is the way
they are selling at Bead, Peacock A
Co's big sale.
Pnf. J Whiiehorn.teaoher of physi
cal training, organized a class In this
city last Buturday.
Hon. B. R. Bklpworth, of Eugene,
visited over Monday night with his
-parents in tills city.
Miss Edna Allen, of Albany, spent
irtundi.y and Monday In Lebanon, the
of Miss LIUbit' Carothera.
Are you looking for an engagement
or wedd'ng ring? French the Jeweler,
.Albany, has some handsome ones.
One-half wool drees goods reduced to
10 nle., and bleached, all linen table
cloth for 85 ota. a yard, at the Racket
'J he bestdressed men In Linn county
are those who buy their clothing
from Bach A Buhl. Good suits for
Prof. O. L. Calavan and wife passed
through Lebanon yeaterday on their
way to Hndavllle, on a visit to Mrs.
High grade sewing machines forfc!6
at E. U. Will's music store, Albany.
Betid for descriptive circulars. Old
. Seventeen hundred feet of ewer
pipe was reaelved at Oram's Paas last
week, and Is Mug used to repair
ditches and drains.
Frank 8klpw .i th oame home laat
Thursday for a few days' visit with his
parents, But lias prolonged his stay on
account of poor health,
Pianos and orguus sold on closer
margins than by any oilier music
linos. Jn the slate, at E. U. Will's.
Tall of write for prices
Money to loan. A limited amount
of money to loan on good furmsecur
Ity. Call upon or write to 8, N.
Steele A Co., Albany, Oregon.
It will pay you to lake the entire
family to town and get them a new
.outfit while the big sale Is going on at
Bead, Peacock & Ve Lebanon store.
G. Byrou Mllloy and Miss Stella
'JBankin were married last Saturday, at.
the borne ol the bride's mother, In Al
auy, C. . Hawkins, J. f. 0fl)ulaiiu.
Miss Myrtle Springer left Medford
Sunday for Ijebanon, Oregon, her erst
while place of residence, where she
will remain permanently. Medford
J. M. Settle returned home yester
day from Wheatland, where be bad
been to visit his nephew (a son of Silas
Settle), who Is dangerously 111 with ty
The Ladles Auxiliary of the M. .
ohumb, South, will serve cake and
coflee at the residence of Mrs. Klepper,
Friday, April 9th, from 7;30 to 10 p.
m. Everybody Invited.
S.D.Titus, of Solo, will preach In
the Baptist church next Sunday at 11
a. m. Mr. Titus was converted during
Rev. Llndsey's meetings at Sclo, in
February. This will be bis first ser
Ladles: You are cordially invited
to attend Miss DuMond's spring open
ing of millinery, on Tuesday and
Wednesday, April 6th and 7th. All
the latest styles tor ladles, misses and
Dr. Jones, of Sodavllle, was in Leba
non yesterday on his way to Salem, to
attend the graduating exercises at the
medical school In that city, bis son be
ing one of tho number who will gradu
ate this year.
There will be public exercises at the
public school building next Monday
afternoon. Prof. Baker requested us to
announce that the patrons and friends
of the school are oordlally invited to
attend these exercises.
S.E. Young, of Albany, has united
his sou P. A. Young with him in bis
business of general merchandising and
hereafter Unit business will be con
I In ued under the firm name and style
of S. E, Your g A Son.
The front of Bach A Buhl's store
now presents a very attractive appear
ance. The at tractiveness is due to the
fact that painter W. E. Harden has
painted the s ore front this week and
he did an exielleni job of woik.
A good many Albany people have
had the measles recently. The measles
haye also been general In western aud
southern Ore,;nii. In Ashland nearly
everybody got spotted, including one
old gentleman, seventy yars of age.
Maron Correll and Jas. Cowan, of
Wain county, Ky., arrived lu town
this week, and are now visiting their
old friend, W. J. Hcanland. Both of
these geiitlemeu are out here for the
purpose of locating Bomewbere In this
A new star mute bas been established
from lbanou to Lacomb. The stage
Will leave Lebanon dally, except Sun
day, at 1 p. m., arriving at Lacomb by
4 p. m; leave Lacomb daily, except
Sunday, at 9 a. m., arriving at Leba
non by IS a. lu.
No preachl ig at the M. E. church,
South, next (Sunday. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening. The pastor will preach at
Spiceratlla iu.;at Crnltree church
at 7:30 p. in Union services of young
people's societies in church at 6.80 p.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
move the bow els gently, relieves the
cough, cures the feverjsb condition
aud beauacbe, making it the best and
nuiukest reuudy forOoi.ghe, Colts aud
LaGrlppe. Cures lu one day. "No
cure, no pay." Price, 25 cents. For
sale by N. W Smith.
The Suio roller mill uow has the
largest stock of Sour on baud ever ac
cumulated there. After having filled
the liourliouse aud all of the available
space In the mill, a track or truck way
has been constructed from the mill to
the warihouie, the lower story of
which Is now being filled.
A. B.NIckerson, who' has been work
ing lu a planing mill at Ainslle, Wash.,
spent Tuesday night In Lebanon with
his parents. Al was on his way lo
Cottage Grove, having accepted the
position of foreman of a planing mill
at that place. He says his wife will
move up to Cottage Grove ill a few
Services as usual at the C. P. church
Sunday morning and evening. The
theme at 11 o'clock will be "(Sabbath
Observance." Sunday school meets
prompt ly al 14 o'clock. The Endeavor
society will u lite with the other socie
ties In a union service In the evening.
All are Invited. J. A. Lonobottom,
George M. Bilyeu has during the
pat month r six weeks lost about
twenty head of cattle despite all that
he could do to prevent their death. Mr.
Bilyeu lias pl.'lily of feed aud his cattle
are all In fair winter condition. He is
of opinion tin t his losses are caused by
a sort of dry murrain, which will be
abated as soon as grass Is sufficiently
ad vanned to furnish pasture. Sclo
Ji sale, the culy daughter of Mr. unci
Mrs. J. C. Allen died last Saturday, al
their homejuit si uth of the city, after
several weeks' Illness with typhoid
fever, together with brain trouble,
Jessie was shout -ten years of ae.
Rev. 0. G. Harmon conducted I he
funi'iul services In the M. K church
on Sunday af eruoon, afier whl.-h her
remains were laid to rest in the Ma
sonic ccineterv. The bereaved fauill.v
have the sympathy of the eullre com
Last Tuesday Surveyor Flsber and
Messrs. E. Keebler, E, E. Hammaok
and P. Lewis, as viewers, surveyed and
viewed the new road that will prob
ably be opened from Main street to the
Sweet Home rosd, near John Bland's.
This road should by all means be
opened. There are several families
along the route completely shut In.
W hope the county oourt will open
Ed Hatch arrived at Gates Sunday
night from the mines wlib the news
that L. E. Lebarre, an old miner, was
drowned last Friday when crossing
the north fork of the south Ssntiain at
the Anidem mines. Being unable to
control his boat while crossing he was
carried Over the falls into 23 teet of
water and was never seen afterwards.
His body has not been recovered. The
deceased was a resident of Portland
and leaves a wife and two sons. Alba
A large crowd of the members aud
friends of the Cumberland Presbyte
rian church gathered at H. J. Boyd's
residence Tuesday evening and
marched to the C. P. parsonage, where
they tendered a surprise and donation
party to the new pastor, Bev. Long
bottom, and family. There were be
tween sixty and seventy persons lu
the party, and the table was heavily
loaded with their donations. Refresh
ments were served during the evening.
All present speut a most enjoyable
The flue residence of A. Becker in
Albany caught fire at an early hour
yesterday morning, and was burned
to the ground, together with most of
the contents. It is supposed the fire
originated from a defective flue. The
bouse Was Insured for (1500. The loss
was about $2500. The alarm was
sounded by Lair Thompson, who was
returnig home from work in the Her
ald office, but before the fire engines
could reach the scene the house was in
ashes. A piano and some furniture
down stairs was saved.
Enforcing the Memory.
At one time East France is said to
have bad a law "that the children
should be taken to the limits of the
district aud there soundly whipped, in
order that they might forever remem
ber the boundary line." So on Tues
day evening the members of our
church, together with quite a number
of the members and fr lends of the other
churches of the town, concluded tbey
would cause us never to forget our
moving into the town by coming ou us
unawares and giving us a sound
We wish to say to you, friends, that
we heartily appreciate your kindness
to us, and we assure you we shall uot
forget the thus of our coming into
J. A. LoNOBOTTOM,
A. V. LONG BOTTOM.
Lebanon, Or., March 29, 1897.
To the Editor:
In your last issue my attention was
oalled to a certain notice wherein some
good people claim that some one Was
trying to slander J. J. Sawyer. If this
notice has reference to what I bave
said about Hie above gentleman, I will
say, for those good people's benefit, I
bave written statements in my poses
sion to bear me oat In what I said. To
give justice to all concermd, please in
vestigate a little before making any
more assertions, J. L. Hansakd.
"T and Test Social."
The following program will heglveu
at the "T aud Test Social" to morrow
evening, at the residence of J. W.
Quartette "We'll All Take T"
Kecitatlon .' l'lie T Par.ty
Solo Revolutionary T
All are cordially invited to atteud.
Refreshments, 16 cts.
Laxative Bromo Quiuiue Tablets do
not affect the head or produce nervous
ness like the Sulphate of Quinine.
Mr. N. W. Smith is authorized to re
fund money in every case where it
fails to cure Coughs, Colds aud
LaGrlppe. Price, 25 oeuts.
Hoe Cake scap contains no free al
kali, and will uot buru the hands.
Save your Hoe Cake soap wrappers,
they are worth a cent apiece.
Call aud see Miller's new stock.
Use Hue Cake soap.
We can afford to have
you try all five flavors one
. after another of Schillings
Best tea, and get your
money back if you don't
J Your tea -trade for the
next ten years is worth
Circuit court, department No. 2,
convened last Monday with Judge H
H. Hewitt on the bench.
The following cases were disposed of:
P J Porter vs J C Elder; partition
Assignment of Albertlna Krlesel;
Assignment of Oriental Tea Co; dis
Assignment of R N Thompson; con
W T Cochran vs John Cushman;
foreclosure of mlge; continued for ser
vice. , Assignment of FM Kilter; continued.
Sol Holdea vs T W Tillman et al;
foreclosure; settled and dismissed.
Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co vs Geo
A Hicks et al; foreclosure; Judgment
ChasGill vs Wiu Workman et al;
foreclosure lien; settled and dismissed.
W P Elmore et al, admr, vs A P
Talent et al; foreclosure: judiiment bv
Dundee Mtge Co vs Jas aud Mary
Crabtree; foreclosure; judgment by de
fault. J Gurney Fowler and W J Carson vs
W G Morgan, admr; foreclosure; con
tinued for service.
D Simons vs Henry Stewart et al:
settled and dismissed,
Mary Joale Miller vs Eliza Brown et
al; parti(lon;ooutiuued for service.
Frances D Murnhv vs S Thomneon
et al; foreclosure; settled and dismissed.
Mrs Alice Richards vs H F Merrill:
confirmation; confirmed; deed to be
made in 4 months.
John Conner vs Jas Hunter et al:
J H Kerr vs D M Roberts et al. con
firmation; confirmed; deed to be made
In 4 months.
D S Smith vs KasDer Vandran et al:
confirmation; confirmed; deed to be
made in 4 months.
W J Vanscuyer A Co vs G M CofTev
et al; confirmation; confirmed; deed to
oe wane in montns.
Annie G Spinney vs O P Card et al :
confirmation; oonflrmep; deed to be
made in 4 months.
W E Curl vs M L Ramsey et al; con
firmation; confirmed; deed to be made
in 4 mouths
German SAL 0 vs Portland Con
struction Co; motion for sheriff to
make deed; present sheriff ordered to
Sachs Bros A Co vs R N Thompson
et al; confirmation; coufirmed; deed to
be made in 4 months.
Board fieh Fund Com vs S E Youne
et al; confirmation; confirmed; deed to
oe oiaae in montns.
Board Sch Fund Com vs Caroline
Groff et al; confirmation; coufirmed;
ueea to oe maae in monins.
Wm Coy vs Philip Langtry et al;
foreclosure; juugmeui oy ueiauit.
CC Jackson vs Sarah J Moore et all
to quiet title; continued.
Margaret Mady vs C E Hawkins et
al; foreclosure; judgment by default.
J W Pugh W J Drinkard et al; non
suit on motion ot plaintiff.
a G Galloway vs E D Moyer et al;
C J Howe vs Mary D Howe; contin
ued. W L Arnold vs C M Jarsted et al;
present sheriff ordered to make deed.
Bank of Brownsville vs R N Thomp
son et al: sheriff ordered to make deed
4 montuu after confirmation.
v H Swank et al vs J W Swank et
al; sale confirmed.
F Kraschnerchkie vs W H Roberts.
sup road diet 4; writ of review; writ
sustained; judgment of lower court set
G W Loltis vs Geo Westenhousen et
al; rec money; tried and submitted.
1 hoe Heading vs John Powers et al;
foreclosure; judgment by default.
Assignment of E J Wilioughby; con
tinued. WmLanevsE J Willoutrhbv: fore-
closure; jiiagmennor piainiin.
w f Jiimore et al. aamr, vs wm xi
Pearl et al, foreclosure; judgment for
planum as per stipulation,
Henry Suesens vs Gussie Suesens:
divorce; default, aud divorce granted.
M M ana jn m uweti vs B w and U
G Marks; foreclosure; default of 8 W
Marks and cause consolidated with
Howe vs Marks.
Assignment of A M Hammer; non
O 4 C It R vs Linn county; decree of
lower court annulled and set aside.
N H Allen vs John Berry et al: pres
ent sheriff ordered to make deed.
J W Cusick vs A B Seal et al; pres
ent snerin ordered to make deed.
Assignment of Propst A Butler; final
account allowed aud assignee dis
charged. Assignment of G W Drinkard: final
account approyed and assignee dis
Eohraiin Haner vs John P Donana
et al; confirmation; continued.
A sua is f rum vs A n rum; par.
J W Morgan et al vs A C Morgan et
al: partition; sale confirmed.
Laura E McLaren vs Wm H Queen
er et adjudgment by default.
Mlasourla Tyoer et al vs Eveline
I ycer; partition; decree or partition; W
R Kirk, H H Kirk and N G Rice ap
pointed to partition property.
Sarah P iilakely vs Susau D Keeney
et al; foreclosure; continued.
W W Howes vs S W Marks et al;
foreclosure; deoree on pleading.
Nancy J Githeue vs Maud Wagnou
et ai; continued
When You Want
Do not forget I have the Latest
Styles, with Detachable Col
lars and Cuffs, at
$1.00, $1.25, and $1.50.
Yours tor good goods and low prices,
T. Wandell's Cash Store,
First Door East of Ousick's Bank
Albany,. - - Oregon.
Read, Peacock & Co.,
OTTD PDEATCAT EHas commenced.
U U 1 1 OlLDWill only last a short ti
Boots and Shoes,
Jackets and Capes,
Men's Gloves and
Are the Items
Our prices on these goods will surprise you. We
have cut them far under Manufacturer's cost so
that they may go at one in order to close
these lines ,. . . .
iiliii I Hill I ii 1 1 1
it Hiialiiiaailitl '"uniniiiiiiii
Read, Peacock I Co,
? Oliver ? Superior c
V Chilled Stoves
I Plows. I Ranges.
) These Plows are A 1. Superior in every way. C
.A-llmny, ; ;
The place to buy clothing
of good quality at the
lowest possible prices is at
the office of the . . .
Waterloo Woolen Mills
Hon. W.J. Bryan's Book
All who mi. lnterarfd in farthering- th. Hi.
1U1U1DUIUUM7 ""A tn.
wiU oontni. . . .
WttUHI BiH. .
OImHIGH 01 IBM.
Mr. Bryan on. tn
Bonnoed bis intention of devoting one-belt of ell
rorulties to furthering the canie of blmetelliem.
There ere el ready inil ioationi of an enormous ealo.
Address W. B. comfy COMPANY, Publistnrs
34MJI Uurlwa iL..CtltCAG0
I have erected in Albany (on
Baker Btreet, between First and
Second) new feed sheds. My
prices are: Team, 10 cts.; single
rig, 10 cts.; saddle horse, 5 cts.
Horses kept nights at a rea
sonable rate, also by the week
or month. Peed always on
hand. .This was built especially
for farmers, but all are invited
to patronize me
(9 Ladies' toilet and waiting
rooms In connection
D, Bussard, Albany, Ol,
Hats and Pants,
Groceries, . , ,
Never before have prices
and quality been made so
satisfactory as at the pres
ent time, and by this com
pany. Give them a trial.
Of all kinds done at Lowest
Prices. Cement Sidewalks
and Curbing a specialty. All
work guaranteed, by
Lebanon Electric Light
and Water Co.,
J. S. HUGHES, Propr. and Mgr.
Good clothing at a low price at
Bach & Buhl's.
The finest lino of dress patterns In
the city is to be found at the Backet
(irove's Tasteless Chill Tonio is a
perfect Malariul liver Tonlo and Blood
purifier. Removes biliousness without
purging. As pleasantas Lemon Byrup.
Tt is as large as any dollar tonlo and
retails for 50c. To get thb genuine asls
for Grove's. For sale by N. W. Baiitli,