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3 Lfuanoii Express.
Fnin.vY, jui.y 20, issr.
Local and General.
Atr. Clws. Johnnon of Hcin, has boon
Hj-tiNintol ndnilnistratof of the estate
Of ItoWrt IViltlatuI, derx-nett.
"' V. H. ritclifot-d of Itosobltrg-, paUl
his hrother-iu'taw O. 1L Harmon, of
this city, a Visit during this week.
f" A 12-year ohl son of Dr. Hill, of
davlll-?, had hU arm badly broken on
Wednesday, by being thrown from a
Horn near Lebanon Linn county,
Orvgon, July 27, 1S87, to the wife of
Asher Hamilton, a daughter; weight,
R. A. I. Hamilton, one of Solo's
pushing men has just completed aeon
tract of delivering a large lot of lumber
for 1). Myers.
Mr. J. F. Hamilton, of Berlin, "Wis
consin, mule of Mrs. I. Andrews, of
this city, has been a guest of his neiev
during last week.
' Chas. Vhitney while working at his
barn north of town last week, received
a tract ure in one of his arms. While
not very serious, it caused considerable
J. It. Thompson, of Tallman, was in
town Tuesday from whom we learn that
the farmers in the vicinity of I-banon
Junction and Rpiccr, arealiout through
cutting their fall grain, and will com
mence threshing next week. A large
yield per acre in this locality.
Mr. Ralston Cox, the live groeory
man of t'orvallis, gave us a pleasant
call on Tuesday. He and his wife are
stepping at Sodaville and we are pleas
ed to know, are enjoying the short re
spite from business, aitrt the pleasures
aftVrded at tiie springsvery much.
The cloudy wcathef of the past few
days has been of imtiense l'iiefit to
grow ing crops. The (fraiit has literally
-grown and tlourisheiliike a green bay
tree under the beniii influence of a
clouded sky and its co jsecjuent coolness,
and the farmers are! jubilant. Liood
crops mean good tinis.
During the pant tejr days, many par
ties have secured al this place, their
supplies forcrossing flic mountains. Our
liiervhants are in tie enjoyment of a
pood trade although what is termed the
dull season, like hartest, is in full blast.
Wait till after harvest, with wheat a
Hollar a bushel. Tne good times are
Andrews & HacWeman, appreciating
our efforts in trying to supply this part j
of Linn county, will as large and new- j
sy a paper as is punished in the coun-
ty, cornea to the tout this week with
a column "ad," in which will be found
,fome interesting jfacts for the perusal ;
caa i i v - d: !i :
ur o-u j.uuuieti rvuuvis. v, e u
ft careful looking ver. !
The freight agtint of the Oregon IV- j
vclopment company, at San Francisco j
reports that trade with Yaouitm bay is ;
growing in nub proportions that the
company havel ordered a new steel
steamship from the Rist, to go on the
line with the three thins now in use.
Instead of a eteamer
from this port
i . . ... -. ; . , i
inteation to rtri one every three days.
On Tuesday 3&st Joe. Blackburn, ar
retedas the ringleader of the party
who lynched Kelty, at Dallas, Tolk
county, was examined at that place.
He proved an alabi, and was acquitted,
It is not probable that any more of the
lynchers will be arrested. The ail-
noucmcnt of Blackburn's acquittal was ;
receivetl witi an uproarous applause !
by the large ewd who had gathered j
On Saturdsy last we called at Scio for
a short timei Where we found a quiet
town, as cvcrylxidy was engaged in j
harvesting. I A call at the Scio planing j
mills, informed us that Jeff Myers, was
aliout the busiest man in town, except f
Johnson helton. who were waiting I
on a large number of customers. These
gentlemen io a large business, and be
lieves in using printer's ink, see their
"ad" in another column
" ' .
Senator J . v. Cameron 01 l'ennsyi- i
vania, fB.iior j. u. rarweu 01 linn-j
lot, and wife and two daughters. Sena- i
. ' oV,, H ; , .
and Governor S. T. Hauser and daugh-
tor, of Montana, formed a distmgutsh-
ed party which arrived at Portland from
the East and were registered at the Es
mond oil Friday last. The party spent j
a deliglitful week in the Yellowstone'
Park, and left on Saturday for Port
Townsefld, where they will board the
Olympian and take a trip to Alaska.
We are informed by the prospectus I
of the Ashland, Normal school, that i
Linn founty ia entitled to five free
Bcholatehip. Candidates for free
scholarships shall be appointed by the
euperifltendant of the county In which
Mich etmdidate may reside, and shall
be at least fifteen year of age, of sound
bodily health and of pood moral char
acter J Each person so nominated shall
recelw a certificate betting forth his
nami age, health and character, and
fchal! present the came to the president
of V.v school, to gain admittance ujion
a cotfnty scholarship.
Oa Fridav last Ratery E, First U. S.
Artlery, and Company I. of the Four
teenth U. S. Infantry, came into town
and camped just north of the city lim
its vhere they remained until Sunday
morsing. The expedition was under
Command of Col. Davis, and was join
ed here, by Gen. Gibbons. The object
of the march is to acquaint the men and
.,r-es with field service. They go
from here to Fish Lake, where they
ill 1 joined by F troop, Second U. S.
L'ivalry. On their return to Vancou
ver.they will go via the McKenzie route,
Eugene and the West Side.
When a whisky shop becomes so
nttetJy void of common decency that
people cannot pass it, attending to
thtir.own business, without being in-fulk-U
by such "bummers" as were
seeoa limt one below the St. Charles,
on FJ;ty morning last. It is high time
jthe people of Oregon, and every other
slite and nxlion should vote them out
of cx!stence.NW have not been as
personal in this"inatrr as the cae de
injimls, nor as much ao as we will lie
with a like occurrence. uch nuisan
ces should receive the stciu attention
of the city marsUal and recorder.
The dttnee given at the saw mill on
Friday ei'ening, July 22u(, was a
quiet," enjoyable afialr. TVcnty-llve
numbers were sold. The dancers all
took an active part, which made the
hours oass awav unnoticed. At twelve
o'clock a tine supper M'us served, which
assured the happy crowd they could
stand it 'till morning, and at break of
dav as everybody M as beginning to
feel the effects of what a good time
fhey had all hadbegan to disperse to
their several homes, realizing that they
had got double the worth of theil
money aild would not hesitate to in
vest a $ 1.50 cm another such occasion.
Jo Royer, a Ijong Creek mixologist,
is now doing the' Willamette VaHey,
visiting some of his relatives wlw re
side in the vicinity of Sweet Home.
Jo recently informed us that ke was
going to write up a look, entitled,
"My Experience as a Tourisf," and
send them forth to lie trout pled on
with scorn and disdain by such as BillJ
Nye and other well noted orators.
During his stay here Mr. It also "took
in" what Is termed "av Weboot dance,"
but owing to an unavoidable mishap
he did not enjoy himself, and Jo is
now on his road back to Iong Creek
where he intends establishing a
"Young Men's ChrVtiau Aassocia
tion." The Hrvest.
From all over tie Northwest comes
the cheering hefs of good crops. In
Oregon, Washington and Idaho crops
j were never bctt-r, and with the prom
ise of good prices for all kinds of farm
produce, we may look forward to more
prosperous times this fall than for
years in the past. The Willamette
valley will be especially favored in
this respect, as a large acreage of grain
will he harvested. I'p to this time in
Linn county, most of the fall grain has
leen cat, and next week threshing
will set in, and soon the result of the
husbandman's labors will bo safely
garnered. Judging from the price of
wheat now, it would le safe to esti
mate this year's crop at $1.00 per bush
el, which vouchsafes to the farmer an
era of prosperty not witnessed for n
n umber of year.
In Memory of Robert Pentland.
r.v nil srio rsms si-xdat school.
Wureas, Death has once more vis
ited the ranks of our Sunday sclu.ol
and taken from us one of our aged
workers in the person of Robert rent
land. We feel that we have not only
hist a faithful worker, but one of our
most valuable supporters. His contri
butions were always liln-ral loth in
Sunday school an
vjt.w xvltl sadiv
d church work. We
less bis vnnmt sint in
the b-Mh school. Thoush gone he
wiU neVt r lw forgntttflli Ve Ikw in
U - vrrr xt s, e..i..,;;n.. tn
h5m who hlM rj ht tohis ' knM,
; that we j, a n foUmr. Xot
wn!y do we fwl hu loM ia the Sunday
school and chur h assistance but the
community at large, one of its liberal
SoMie of n!"e. wt-U done.
Ke-1 V-c thy dwrre-i emjw
An'l v liile eti-nii'.l rsts nin
Itcst in thy Ia.-iir y."
4, , ' , - ,
iiiia nuiiiui in i i v win m i lie m i tn rl ,
family, ami to the Orrgonian and Lkb-
axox Exprkts for publication.
Y M. ABBOTT, Coin.
A1.1.KK II. Doun
The contract has lieen let for the work
of the construction on the Oreiron Pa-
t.ifie jnway esist ward of Albany to the
s,lmniit ,f the Cascade mountains.
Contractor Nelson Bennett, who has
len engaged in railroad work on the
Northern Pacific, secured the contract
for the construction of fortv miles of
the new road. It is expected that the
work of construction will commence at
the east bank of the South Santiam
river, follow the line of the permanent
location to and across the crossing of
the North Santiam to a point coiifrtltut
ing a distance of about forty miles'.
Then starting from a point in the fas
cade mountains, in the pass known as
Hoerff Pass, and thence westward alonjr
the j-me )f tJ
he permanent location for
j a distance of ten mile, including such
t arhiiT iaii o 1 wnrc oa uno i s iiia'tmioioii
by the gtmeral managt-r within thirty
from dat(? of wlltractt mrd
ffom the end of the m m,lcg
Tt iflsni0ttH, thftt .volk of n
t struction wiU commence as soon as the
tools and appliances can be forwarded
to the front. The works will be push
ed to completion as rapidly as possible,
and consequently will give employment
to a great many men . Track-laying on
the portion of the road already graded
lietwcen Albany and the Santiam has
commenced. A force of seventy-five
extra Chinamen Mas also put on tliis
portion of the road, and will lie com
pleted immediately, in order to furnish
means of transporting the materials for
work 011 the road eastward.
Rev. J. M. Sweeney preached his
farewell sermon at this place to-dav to
ah attentive audience.
The youngest sou of O. P. Abrams,
of this place, is quite sick. Dr. Starr
of Rrownsville is tending on him.
Mrs. M. Shackleford who has been
visiting her daughter in eastern Ore
gon, arrived at her home in this place
Glass & Hurt will commence thresh
ing fall grain to-morrow. Robinette &
Shanks will begin in about a week.
Harvest hands are said to be scarce on
A Pioneer's reunion is talked of at
this place immediately after harvest.
Also a prohibition picnic which will
be furnished with music by the Craw
fordsville and Sweet Home bands.
For inflamed eyes, try a bit of alum
beaten with the white of an egg.
When stiff, spread on a piece of close
lace and lay on the closed eyes.
Between Allmny and Sodaville, on
Sunday July 24, a gray woolen shawl.
The finder will lie rewarded by leaving
the some at G. E. Hardy's jewelry
store Jx'banon, or addressing F. M.
French, Albany. 21 2t
The celebrated Mitchell wapwurf for
SSO.OO cash, at F. H. Koseou &. Co.
In tholtbsenfc of Uie regular corres-
poudent 1 submit the following as h
few of the eVcnts transpiring since the
appearance of the last lirownsvllle
Items in tho Exphkss.
Paul Orelmugll, of Princvllle, is vis
iting his parent here.
Miss Mary Mclntyro, of Portland, Is
visiting with her many friends in this
Mr.' James Ellis arrived from Prihe
ville Tuesday, coming by the Jh-Ken-fcie
Mrs. Joseph Itlakcly of (-llliam
county is visiting friends and rclatlvi-s
iji and around lirownsvllle.
Mr. IJ. Apperson and sister and Mr.
and Mrs. Fuller all of McMiimVille
and who are rusticating at that popu
lar summer resort, Waterloo, paid this
place a visit Monday.
J. M. moyer, president of the
Brownsville Woolen Mills, Co., left
last week for a lengthy stay at the
llelknap Springs where he hopes to
recuperate his broken health.
Mr. Geo. Dodson of Crook county,
after remaining with us a few days, re
turned home last week taking with
him his attractive daughter, Miss
Rovie, who attended school here lust,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stanard, Mrs.
R. H. Curl and her mother are so
journing in the mountains. Mr. and
Mrs. Stanard will return home next
week, while Mrs. Curl and her mother
intend spending a month rut Iowcr
Tuesday morning A. C. Hausman
and son (Jus, and N. J. Cochran start
ed for the famous llelknap Springs.
Mr. Hausman will return leaving his
son in care of Mr. Cochran who will
remain with him a month. It is to
be hoped the health of (jus will le ln'ii
etitted by his stay at this famous
Considerable excitement still exists
over the recent discovery of the mines
on the divide Itctwoen the head wa
ters of the Calapooiii and JUue river.
Last week W. 1L Warn-hard, YV. 11.
Smith, Geo. C. Stanard, 11. A. Dyson,
X. 11. Standish and J. W. Moore re
turned from there when? they had
leen continuing prosiH.'cting. They
all hunted claims and brought luu-k
with them some of the ore. They sent
alumt one hundred and fifty pounds of
the ore to the reduction works at Port
land to lie tested. There is considera
ble talk among the citizens of this place
of making a trail direct from this place
to the location of the mini's, thus short
ening the route there about thirty
ine operatives in me wooieu mms
here made good use of the two weeks j ,i i,er part F.very respectable man,
the mills were idle during the first of j woman and child has a duty to per
this mouth. Nearly all of them were J form. Mothers of Lebanon, must you
away at some of our topular places for j watt until your loy Ui-otnes a victim
recreation in the summer. They could j lefore you pht forth a hand to help in
le found anywhere from Fish Lake to ; this work? God grant you may not.
Yaquina Bay. All were on hand last
week, however, when the mills re
sutntd ofieratioii. During the time
the mills were idle, the ditch was
elcaued and the banks repaired. Con
siderable repairing was done in the
mills; machinery was replaced and
new shafting was put up; new brick
work was put around the large Isiiler,
and when the machinery again began
to turn last Wednesday morning, ev
erything jH)lntetl to another year's suc
cessful run. Proxy.
Mr. Dr. Templcton, of Portland, is
visitinsr friends in this city.
S A daily hack line has beou establish- j
ed I ict ween Albany and Scio.
Albany is out of debt and has 1,000
in the city treasury. What other city
ean say as much?
Dr. E. Heckwith, late of Tennessee,
has located in this city, where he will
practice the homeopathic system.
Senator J. H. Mitchell and company
ptissed through the city yesterday en
route to the Ray for a short vacation.
Councilman Writcsmin and family
and J. J. Dubreille and family have
gone to the Uppc'r Soda for a month's
Rids are leiug received by the city
council fr the purchase of a new
steamer for Albany Engine Co. No. 1,
of this city.
Mr. H. Tophani, of the firm of Toph
tmft Wallace, egg buyers, started over
land to California last Monday for the
benefit of his health.
All mills and factories have been
closed for several dava on account of
' the water being shut off in the ditch to
enable repairs to be made.
The members of the W. C. T. U. in
conjunction with the (J. A. It. Post of
iuir vii y ui v uuimtii (i jiv . itivi j
hall on Ferry street, just aliove the
C. C. Hogue of Corvallis has been in
this city several ttays paying of the O.
P. hands. This week the Company
expect to pay oft" all idebtedness con
tract ed years ago.
Mrs. Brink & Wright have received
the contract for removing the timber
from the line of the O. P. read, east of
the Santiam river. They have a force
of men now at work.
LV- R- Barker was fined Js0 in Port
land last week for killing a Chinese
pheasant. If $50 were paid for every
bird of that kind killed in Linn county
what a sum it would aggregate.
Next week on Wednesday evening
the eminicnt tragedian, Geo. C. Miln
will give a performance at the opera
house in this city. This will be the first
performance of a Shakespearian play,
given in this hotise.
Quite a numlier from this city wont
to Yaquina last Monday to witness
the launching of the new tug being
built for the O. P. Cam pan y. It was
christened "Resolute" by Miss Francis
Hoffman of this city.
L-Some time since John Baiter of
Shedd jKilsoned three bull pups wtlong
ingtoJ. F. MeMunn at Shedd. Yes
terday in the justice's court here Me
Munn rued for damages and was
awarded ?.5, this with the costs amount
to over $100 which Baiter has to pay.
Pulverized borax, mixed with insect
powder, sprinkled on shelves ia a isitc
guard from uiiU.
l:tllTK! 1Y TUB ,
Women' ChrMian Temjtcrance Union
fir I.J'bakos, Selo aso Hkownsvili.k.
Tin- lA'biiiKiu W. C. V. meet eiirh Krliliiy i
oYUxk r. . ut the Hnl I'rebyterinn ehiirrh.
Day of Prayer.
On the 4th of August, the legal vo
ters of Texan, will decide the question
now pending the adoption of a Prohib
itory Amendment to the state consti
tution. In view of this fact the president of
the national W. C. T. U. has issued a
call earnestly asking all unions and
churches to unite on rtinday July 81,
making thin day n day of prayer for
the triumph of our cause and the cause
of humanity in the IonePtar State.
The pustols of the various churches
In Lebanon have Ik-cii requested to de
vote the morning service to a sermon
on temperance and the evening to a
union meeting of the churches
and the W. C T. U., the latter meet
ing to be given to prayer for t lie suc
cess of the Texas election on Thursday
Our Prohibition League.
On last Friday evening a few persons
might have lieon seen wending their
way towards the Presbyterian church,
foremost among them one of (lie vice
presidents of the League. He as-ceni-il
the stcis and entered the
building. Shortly afterwards he re
appeared, scanned the streets In every
direction, then slowly retraced his way
homeward. Scarcely had he departed
when a memlH-r of the Y. C. T. IT.
was seen approaching with hurried
footsteps, immediately followed by a
young gentleman who lends his mu
sical tenor voice to help the cause of !
temieranee. He drove rapidly as if he j
feared he might -miss the lcst of the
program. Next came a U-vy of young
ladies so altsorln-d in conversation that
they did not observe the deserted ap
pearance of the church until they
paused nt the very entrance. Ix,
darkucss there and nothing more.
And this was the extent of the interest
manifested in the last meeting t.f the
Prohibition League. Oh, that some
! power might rouse the people of Ia-o-
anon from the lethargic state into
which they seem to have fallen. Now
i is the golden opportunity. This is the
decisive moment. The saloon power
is fully orgunized; if we fcril in organ
ization defeat is certain.
Every effort will be made in Port
land ami the larger cities where the
enemy is so strongly entrenched, and
a larire vote will there be cast against
Our only hope of success lies in ob
taining the vote of the smaller towns
and the rural population. To do this,
in renuire work, nml I.elmium must
Ministers of Lebation, do not think
iMt-ause you preach the gofpcl of enee
you are exempt from this work. In
every time of the nation's need, the
church has released the pastor from
pastoral duties, that he might the4
more actively work for his country.
What more dangerous foe has ever
struck a blow at the heart of our na
tion than the saloon? Fighting it,
you are fighting for your life. This
is the great moral conflict of the uges.
God help us to lie true.
Scio Temperance Note.
There is a lull in our work for the
present, owing to the pressure of har
vesting and the activity in railroad
work on the Oregon Pacilic, but still
we are not lifeless by any means.
The Prohibition league met last
Sat urdiiy evening and listened to a
gKd speech by Capt. Humphrey of
Albany, which was well received. The
same evening Miss Doughty of the
Oregon Normal School presented a
claim in favor of higher education fur
our. young people. Temperance and
education naturally po hand in hand.
Mr. tJeo. L. Sutherland a teacher
here, st caks in the vicinity around
Scio whenever possible, in favor of the
amendment and is doing effective work
for God, Home and Native Land. One
week ago he lectured at the Jordan
valley school house to a large audience.
Would we had more laboreis like him.
Col. Woodford did not come, but we
fortunately heard in time not to be
greatly disappointed. We are often
left out in the cold so should be accus
tomed to it.
Our W. C. T. 1. Is saddened by the
death of one of our honorary members,
R. Pentland, and an earnest temper
ance worker. Appropriate resolutions
were passed nt our last tneeting.which
will appear n the Exi'KKss next week.
Brownsville W- C. T. U. Notes.
Our Union Is quietly but surely doing
much good, cspoeialy in encouraging
the mot hers and arousing them to the
dangers which beset their children. I
send a few extracts from the White
Bibbon scrap book:
IX) the work of moral suasion, lift
men up from the gutter, and then de
pend upon it, there will lie no man
more earnest than you in an effort to
make the streets safe for the men
whom you have rescued. No man who
has a christian heart, who has wept
and prayed over the victim of intem
perance and has succeeded in elevating
him into the image of his God, no man
trembles more than that man when he
sends him forth to his dally work to
run the gauntlet of the legalized grog
shops that lie in his path. No matter
what that man's theory may have been
when he started, he comes back from
the work of lienevolenee indignant at
the civilization, which allows the weak
to be tempted back to destruction. Let
every man follow moral suasion to the
end, not with mouth and word only,
but with heart and hand, and I will
risk his feelings upon this subject of
legal suasion.tryc Pitman.
Boys were never seen In drinking
places so long as whisky was the stan
dard. But after lager beer was idtro
ducod, the boys would go to the saloons
where games were prepared for them,
such as tmgatelle and pool, and iu a lit
tle while you found drunken boys.
Police of Baltimore. S'
Insure you property In a home come
puny me :ortltwet Fire ami Mai-lu-lnsuranoe
company, of Portland Ore
gon. A. It. Cyrus agent, Lebanon.
It is conceded that the cheapest place
to buy in the drug line, is at
J. A. Hoard's.
Twine! Twine! Twine! 12J and I",
cents. Kvery ball wamnted, at F. 11.
Roseoe & Co.
Farmers can save money by buying
their machine oil of J. A. llcard, lA-b-anon,
Call alt examine the new furniture
received during the Jiast week, by F.
H. Roseoe ft Co. they now have an end
less variety of chairs, lounges, tables,
stands, rockers, In-d steads, bed room
sets, and everything else usually car
ried in a first-class furniture store.
They promise to sell at prices that defy
lluggics ami hacks, cheaitor thnn anv
place 'this ide of Portland, ut F. li.
Roseoe & Co.
Money to loan, by Ctirran & Mot
teith, Albany, Oregon.
Ruy for cash, sell f.r cash, and give
farmers the advantage of low prices. Is
the May F. II
Co. docs tttt-i
Call at E. (loan's furniture store and
pet his low prices on furniture and
For a good meal, go to the City
taurant Albatiy. Meals ! cents.
Moore's Hair Irtvtfforator.
tf This excellent preparation for the
hair, may le found on s.-ile at the fol
lowing places: M. A. Miller, Lebanon;
Starr fc Stanard, (; Ostium and M.
Jackson, Rrownsville; F. A. Watts,
Shedil; C.Gray, Halscy. Sample bot
tles free. Call and get one.
NOTICE to FARMERS!
We, the undersigned, would respect
fully call attention to the fact that we
ll a ve lease 1 the Warehouses on the
Narrow Guage railroad, for the coming
season, nml think that it will lie to the
Interest of every fanner to call and see
us, or our agents at the different ware
houses, liefore making other arrange
ments for storing their wheat, oats and
larley, which we will le prepared to
receive and pay the highest Cash price
for. Sacks furnished for storing grain,
In the usual manner. Remkmiikk
this: Mr. C. N. Scott, receiver of the
Narrow Guage ruilrtmd, has guaran
teed rates from the different ware
houses to the Oregon Pacific Junction,
also to Ray's Landing, which will
bring our grain to the river, giving us
the advantage of competing lintv, lio
sides having the usual through rates
Wm. E. Spicer. I J. Mcintosh.
Dry Goods, Groceries
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps
And an Endless Variety of
C. B. R0LAND& Co
New Store, New Goods,
Hats, Ca?, Roots, Shoes, Choice
Selections in Fancy Summer Neck
Wear, Silk I'nderwear, Rallirtggan
Underwear, Fish, Clark & Flagg's
The very Rest make of Hand Sewed
Shoes, and the very Latest Styles
iu Mens' Roys' and Youths' Cloth
ing. All the Celebrated makes of
HATS IN EVERY STYLE.
orn stock consists ok
Bright New Fresh Goods,
Ami as honest, fair and square
dealing is our motto, we ask the
public to call and get prices.
C. B. Roland & Co.,
One door West Revere house, Albany.
SAMUEL E. YOUNG,
Boots and Shoes.
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
Bought Exclusively for
Cash from the Manufac
turers. Every Pafr Warranted.
For Ladies, Misses & Children,
- AT SREC1ALTY,
FIRST ;STJU:ET, ALBANY,
Avthws Sc lfacklejnan's Col'.
Dry Goods Department.
Till i1 -tmrtmrnt ntll nml eomplHe, cmbme
K all I ht" iinveltk-i of tr wrtwm m-nr and rh-nn.
1-KiiKlKtiiiB ttt linvii", trlnjrlmm. worMK-ktrrx ami
white coin In vhiih we ore fljl;ig out to mittc
nxmi fur out fall fturfc.
Fancy Goods Department.
('am'lxtini! of rlhhoiw. Jure nml porsct". tnrlml
ln br. Ball' nml lr. Wiuikt'b Autouiattr Xonna
Trlnml Ik-llt- nml other. Oiir line of lu'lkn hatt
ki ri-hiff. Mlk mitt ami plove can not be lieat,
ami at firtet-sas 1or oa the toifc-st. (lur t'onKtoKr
klit clove I n ilufay ami cvvry alr U wannntisl.
If not a tfri"'iitifl tnont-y will lie n-ftimttsl.
Itcini-iiitHT thl laillfv. we nets what ket we
wiint tos'll joit yottrkM kIovc. t'mler thi Ih'HiI
Milt fumo our CL-U-lmiUit Kil fi.nl Iliilmiii w.im-li-i
hol ry fur lmlim uml i hiblri'ii. Thlfct!ie
w4 :iiU lit the market. Try a I .air.
Gents Furnishing Goods
mr line of rIkitc iioracil pl f-nilintrliifrfjnrjr
nrk nrar, Strtmlnril hitc hirt, fmiry Ivrrale
-hirt. nilk liHiiki ri-.hlrfs. h.r. t-'tiJer ami
rrerytliins H'rtninins; to this ili-juirtmriit. rh ms
to of tfk1 Itiwil ovi-ralK Itiwk glorcs for Itarve. t
can iRt In; csiviltsl in th! uiarket.
Boot and Shoe Depirtment
orn STOCK OF
ln-lk-i iiikI urn In tnmjHV rnat. kamra-
r iliinsrnlii, rir nl Frein-h kid in Lmilmi.
"Frii- nml Paris. Iat. Is fiilL Aha nnr liar i
Scucil, liulie and Ml-- !u-s we will jrH.irnntw.'
to Ik- w rT iiinMMa mnlr. Our tail it W
Inpfi4t H just the thins tt nnafurt. Jni, Mumletl
A JfiMwr Hint i-hililrvn' miUit tlpi1 b
t!c- ta-t made trt the flitted State. iJl-t but not
the lu!t, the fniuuHs
Tr men nml SI f'f !-, is the liest pnnds that ean
lie ttlititiiu.il. Tliere i no sImhMv in thcra. Onee
Witrn you will have no oilier. Hun t fitrsx-t the
tt!d rellulile HiH kiiisln"U ; llet lit bwt.. We re
Ve will we Hint no on undersell ns in this
line. Me kee)i nothins 1ml pure ifitotl.i: come in
nml utir Hofier Urns, nilvcrwifre thitt we are
tl1rttt rtwny i(h mr OeeUlentnl tilc-e; the pret
tiest prcxeut that hns ever hern piven away in
this city. Alxii Ijike Hhore ImkiiiK jiowiUts with
n I'krc of W iH Hut-e re with e:)i eau
Hat and Cap Department.
Our fni! stock Just in this week; new ami nobby:
ft look Into our wimtowH wUictnivinec yim that
e tm k-wlers In this line.
feM BEST TANN5ir----f
SHOE f& mA
Do You Want Ih
There Is lio tis f vonr going i-lscwhere. When Vfti,
Iloine. We limld rosjH!cl fully call your atieti.
SHELF AND HEAVY
13tiilders and Contracto
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Axes, S3
"Our stock of -.j-
A.mmunition and IistTij
Is C'tiinpleU-, and will bo soil at Pj-iccs that tl f
Faffiicrs Will find this the Ilcadipta
As We carry tho IJest grxxls in tho market". "We keep i
Collins' Cast-steel Plows, John Dcerc
Canton Clipper Plows, and the C6
Oliver Chilled Plows. Extras for .
AGENTS FOR THE MITCHELL & BAIN
Barbed Wire Sold at Low I
YOUIl PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED
F. H. noscoE & CO,,
A. V. t IltHCIII!.U
ptlS IS NOT AN ARGUMENT
- Comfort- TinnAnii
JAKES MEANS 4t3 Shoes
SOLE AGENTS, .LEBANON, OR.
W. B, DO.NACA, "
Groceries and Povisioi
Tobacco and Cigars,
Pure Sugar and Maple Syrups." T
AGENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.?
Country Produce taken
GOODS AT REASONABLE
Curnrr JlrU-k Si ore.
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary
DittGS axd -:- Medicines
-fcPaints, Oils and Glassy
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc,
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Jain Street, Lebvtntmt Oregon,
1 lllllll.S 1 i iiiuiuiiro U11U 1kU t IIVUS-'U
' -"kJ 7 j
Doors, Window Blinds, Locks, Hangirs-Nsiis, Etey
Main StUt, nl-tf, Iepaxos, Ohkg
-r.". Saddles, Whips, Bridles, Surs,.'
& MOXTL;i -L
- v e I
Glassand Plated W
in ISxchdngo for Oooc
PRICES." IS MY MOTTO, J
Main Screcf, Lebanon, (
O JK N,TeJs "
of -:- Furniture
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