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1. 1 S3 , EGI.SLA TION "
jil.Ounidtiift tho bisr whlskoy
k tnor faithful ally of drunk
jMnm hetj and crime, makes
but frantic t ftrt tu show that
'v 4HUonal prohibition of the
f Himortrailli, wouM he tyr;imlo.il,do
npxtii; and ivt variance with tho spirit
; nf t rut? ninety. It would bo nmuslnir
'if It wore to of dUgusUn;; to see how this
( ;wlf-fyk.Hl ehampUmof law nnd order,
ratehi first at thU.and then at thnt.to
mi 1 1 -
nvtion. One day ita editor
0.ni;n u a .
, i.i i i1' prohibition does not pro-
, - cites yxtruel From liquor
' wi..n, rtswt!rTif:isssrxlrtnnnoi',
and garble) extracts from temperance
t lipom add whc, to prove his point.
f .Next ho dot-larvs that the only real ten
Jdoncy of prohibitory lobulation, l to
' n vttpt politics, and make uypoerll!.
ixt thatmuh laws, may ho enforced
w ere they are not needed, but-cannot
enforced where they are needed.
Thu unwittingly conferaliig that such
. laws are needed in the large cities.
Apnin ttmt uch laws ought to be op-
poped on thegronnd of clans legislation,
while he U constantly recommending
4 regulation by high license, which he
know to be the meanest kind of class
, si-.btlon. One day admitting the
f ronvtitiitionally of prohibitory leglsla
. tUfi while declaring it inexpedient;
pu3 ttyaiu cltinjr leciStons of courts to
prow such laws unooiiatltutlonal. One
i day ml vising all working men' to lv
Vot whiskey na their worst enemy, and
Hi next day declaring it to Ins a hard
ship y poor working men are deprived
t Vbe rjlvitege of getting drunk, if they
wanijr to- In short this seems to lo a
:4 with Mr. fceott, ofOoodLord
and fjood IVvil." Hut that gentle
I nwn'a standing as a public journalist,
J Ss too well known to permit his soph
I feUcaLarguments and contradictory
I 14'' uave mch weight, with
! -tghj'il voters of Oregon. Buch
vrt.f reuTily ee that If it is tyrani
revetit men from making, buy-
j d selling intoxicating liquors as
.n. cmges, !l must be doubly so, to au
thorize and protect them in a bnsluess
f that ran only liv by unjustly oppress
ing hundreds of thousands of innocent
5"C ihnes. That if it is tyranlcal to prevent
y ' iHor working men from taking a dram
now and then when he wants it, it Is
doubly to to perpetuate a system by
authority of law that daily rolvj thous-
iiu.H of our helpless citizens of the nec-
ca of life.
4 'fS'oUghtful man can readily see
, if it is wrong to prevent one man
irii dunking whiskey almply bo
use anttther man docs not want it,
"nust I wrong to make the msm
Vn't want it pay anl sufter in
hat the one that dot-s want it
it. lie can see that if it is
id irmtional to ittc for the
of a business, the constant
H of which is to poverty,
x lawlessness, he must lie a
who can constantly cry
-?Cjhe business, and all
urfm td -be the chainpion of
In short the thoughtful
include that when the
jny cause proves by his
"Sjry statements that he
hat he save, that he
,mc respect and Lvlief
UCUSK OF LIQUOR'
wral Master Workman Powderly,
close of his speech, delivered in
rt June 11th. snid:
"ov a word atKut the great carse of
ynTirman strone drink. Had
,000 tounges, and a throat for
nguc, l" wruld ssiy to every
.'txuan ami child here to night,
, strong drink aside as you
ounce of liquid hell.' It
eonscienee, it dist roves every
n touches, it reaches into the
Vtmd takes the wife you have
K to pi-otect and draffs her down
irimiaele of purity into that
tTom which no decent woman
es alive. It induces the father
the furniture from his house,
e it for money at the pawn
?end the proceeds in rum.
everything it touches. I
it in every city cat of the
land I know that the most
3KJ'to the laborer is that
-"P8 in the neck of a
jou tf. . had rather be at the head of
an cigfftization of 1K,000 temp rate,
Ixviest, earnest men, than at the head
of 12,0(W,000 drinkers, whether moder
ate or any other kind."
Brother Knights vho occasion ly par
fake of the flowing bowl should pe
,rse and heed these words from our il
lustrious General Marter Workman,
and in consonance therewith be pre
pared to vote for the prohibitory anwnd
v next November.
n the Xorfh Amcr
our most influen
nes, is full of en
'odicals fall into
f driving from
rig evil, it must
jily a question
ot be a "rum
r'The Iteview says:
Son is. a certainty in this
ind withiH a very few years.
ilized nation on earth is look
oeans to remove what is con-
e trreatest evil that afflicts tlie
he fact that all countries are
regulate it is an admission
i an evil, and the centuries
.moiistriited that there is no
Jvlilrtever in trvins to regulate an
f1 Y vils are to be killed, not regu
J. ,rhe question to-dav is, whether
in r victual man snail nave a ngnt.
TiViins of a tjo!so31,o demoralize
Hi-kind for a profit. It is a question
Which every workingnian, every
ee, every father and every
in the country has a direct sn-
c Czar of Russia has a
xiiii containing portraits
w ho have tried to kili
t seem possible to build
j enough to contain tnc
re than half of the adult
n of Russia. An album
pictures of all the men
"who have not tried to
,ke a much smaller
ita vvpuLd be liand-
OF 1NTKRF.ST TO FARMERS.
Thousands of acres f land in One
Ida, and Herkimer counties, N. V.,
wemsold fit auction at one ecittun acre
t hoot her day.
A bill to prohibit the colorlne: of 1-
ootnurgarliie yellow, in Imitation nf
I'Uttrr, was Uelcated Hi the Miv'saijni.
Five hundred and sixt.y-flvo neres of
corn have Won engaged of the And-
roseogiriu county, Me., farmers by I he
two Auburn factories.
The ouostlonVf fire-place ornamen
tation is settled In some country housex
by illlintf the oH'i fire-place with
sholvi s to hold brie-a-biie.
Kxamlnc floor tlmls rs over barn cid
lars ls'foiv stoiinir the hay crop. In
many places their strength will Ik tried
more tlmu for many years.
l'rofissor Stewart reports the feed Inn;
of 104 cows on an aero of com in the
milk, and it gave them full feed f"r
four days, i.tpial to 417 days for oi.e
Watermelons two foot live linhts
long, and twenty-eight Inches in cir
cumference, convince tno negro at
Ktssimme, Fla- that tiiey aro livln-tln
Lnnds that arc over-stocked not nnlv
yield loss f.MMl but the animals pastured
uptm them make n U'ss yield in Is-ef or
milk tlmu when tuu slock is in propor
tion to tlic capacity of the land fur
Probably the largct barn in the
world is In Popino, Neb., and owned
by the union cattle company of t'liey-
ennc. Jt la m feet long and U7l f t
wide, covering Itetweon four and live
A hospital for animals Is projected in
Iioudon, with free dispensaries In the
ivsrer ouarters, where lH-iiles treat
ment for BUtlcringanlmals, lectures can
Ih given and pamphlets distributed for
Stagnant water Is detrimental to all
kinds of crops, and for that reason all
fields should be tilled or underdralned
In some manner. Underdrainage car
rltH olf the surplus water, and allows
more air and heat to enter the earth.
All the cattle that Montana can send
to market in a year would supply the
Chicago market only nlsiut two weckts
while the eonibinod'annnal product of
the .Northwestern cattle market only
alwmt seven weeks.
Xot satisrtod with eating poaches,
plums, cherries, grapes, currant i and
giHsclerries,TOMe-bugs in iK'law -are ai d
Maryland are said to have at ticked for
est trees, ivy and everything uT"on.
They Are worse than the grasshi PIcr
Tlie Agricultural Department esti
mates that lO.Oim.OiK) aeivs of forest ar
used yearly in thi ctuintry for fuel and
lumlter. Fires, it is caleul'atcd, destiy
alsnit iO.OOO.tMH) acres more. The font
area of the country is less than 4"'!,(hii)l
tKH) acrts, but young forests grow up
We ought to understand (he make-up
tf tdants and animals. In knowing
fliis and the elements that comMe
them we shall more readily understaiiil
the relation existing UtwtH-11 them,
and so Ihs the letter prepared to supply
to the plant through the s il those ele
ments known to le lacking.
When flics and gnats are troublesome
in the house shut up doors and windows
and blow a little pure and fresh buhach
through the cheap bellows that can ls
had anywhere. "Pure and fresh." i
mcml-er, and then sweep up and burn
thi corpses. Keeping the powder In
close tin cans is essential, hs it soon
loses its virtue when cxpo-en-d.
I not work clos to the melon vines
after they lHgiiv to inn, lut work the
ground before them, as the roots do not
receive iH'iieMt when disturlied. If
grass exists in the watermelon field it
Is host to null it out from abound the
vines and run a cultivator U-tween
them, provided they have not made
IJeaus are peculiarly liable to injury
by moisture, and should never ls hoed
except in dry weather. If soil touches
the leaves w hen wet by rains or dews
it injuries them, by causing rust. This
is especially true nftcr ttnssomim- ie
gins, and it is better to have nil the
work of cultivation and hoeing finish
ed before that time.
The French project of fertilizing the
African deserts by means of artesian
wells is reported to lo w orking admira
bly. On a tract of 2.',Ooo acres of worth
loss land grant")! by the l$cy of Tunis
an area of 375 noil's is already under
stn-eessful cultivation through the aid
of the first well, and two other wells
are in progress, which are expected to
irrigate ,otH acres.
The editor of an Arkansas paper re
cently went through a new roller mill,
which inspired him to write as follows:
"In going through the fine mill at
Rogers, the other day, our mind went
back over a span of 3 years, w hen, as
u boy, we went to the old horse mill,
with its dirt floor, and its chunk of fire
in the center, with two natives sitting
on 'toll ' boxes playing fox and the
geese, with eyes all a-water with the
smoke. The miller had only one "iral-
lus," and how he strained the tension
of it, as he lifted our "turn" off and
carried it up the steps to the hopper.
He poured the w heat in, chaff', burrs,
cockles and all, and we bitched our
team to the sweep and said "galong."
The flour was carried up and put in the
bolting chest, ami we then sat at one
enl and turned the crank, and the
rickety old thing made more noise than
all the machinery in the great mill nt
Rogers! Rut, oh", the biscuit that flour
did make, or what an appetite we did
have, we don't know which! The
bread tasted of the wheat in those
days, and we called it cake! It gave
the t-tomnch a satisfaction that almost
had a divinity in it, and it was a long,
long time lietvveen meals. The com
mon blessings of life in those pioneer
days were held in higher esteem tba'i
now, and people scorned to live closer
to the source from whence all blessings
flow than they do now in these days of
railroads and "roller mills."
Weekiy Crop Summary,
Chic.voo, July 7. The following
crop summary will appear in this week's
issue of the Fanner1 a Jtccicw: "Our
reports indicate that the com crop has
materially sufferrtd throughout tlie
west from long continued drouth. Lo
cal rains have fallen in many localities
since our reports reached .us, but it is
qestionable whether the damage to
crops can tie repaired even by gen ral
rains. The crop in many parts of the
west is in a most lameniable condition.
Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, Missouri,
Ohio, Minnesota, anl Dakota have suf
fered less than ot her states. The winter
wheat yield in the different states, ac
cording to reports of our correspondents
are as follows: Fifteen counties Illinois
12 bushels; thirteen counties in Wis
consin, 12 bushels; twenty-three Mich
igan counties, 14 bushels; twelve In
diana counties, 12? bushels: ten Ohio
counties, 14 j bushels. La Rue county,
Kentucky, reports the yield at !X) er
cent, of an average: NVebster county,
50 per cent, and others 10 bushels.
Eleven Missouri counties, 20 bushels,
and eleven Kansas counties, 10 bush
els. Insure you property in a home come
pauy Toe .Northwest Fare and Mai iu
Insurauce company, of l' rtlainl Ore
gon. A. II. Cyrus agent, Lebanon.
Buggies and Lacks, cheaper than any
plat. this side of Portland, at F. li.
1 UhjCOu Co. .
The Portland AVic, of this city, has
changed hands, ami is uolougern cham
pion of the prohibitory amendment
not a surprising things however, when
you come to take an Inventory of Ihc
concern and scan Us columns closely-
hotnv, those who have boiled over with
enthusiasm and gave it patronage on
Account of Us advocacy of prohibition
heretofore, will feel something like the
young fellow whose "Iwst girl" lias
just gone oil' with another fellow. Hueh
Is life- In a grout city. .SVnr.
Itailrofid and steamboat companies
report n decided Increase ill the num
ber of Immigrants coining to this coast.
The land olllces at Vancouver nnd
Oregon City are daily crowded by par
lies seeking homes on the public domain.
11 l.t easy to criticise. IaI Ihc critics of
prohibition try to form a Is tier policy.
Notice Is hereby given that the regu
lar tpiarteiiy examination of teachers
will lie held at court house In Albany,
commencing at noon on Wednesday
August 31, as provided for by the
school law s of 1HM7. . Teachers will
please take notice nnd all those desir
ing examination for eortilleatcs will
please lo present at the uImivo nnlnt
cd time, as the private examinations
arc practically done away with.
D. V. S. ltm.
22-lt Sclns.i Sup't.
Ilctwc it Albany and Kodavlllo, in
Sunday July "I, a "gray woolen shawl.
The tinder w ill U rew'arded by leaving
the same at O. 1'. I lardy 's jewelry
store Lebanon, or aildrvsing F. M.
French, Albany. 2121
Hiwrr'i llnlr Intl(iriilur.
This excellent preparation for the
hair, may Ih found tin sale at the fol
lowing places: M. A. Miller, IicImhiou;
Starr iV Stanard, O. Oslsim and M.
Jaeksoti, ltrowt:sville; F. A. Watts,
Shedd; C tJray, llalsey. Sample lst
tles free. Call and get one.
Montwjup has opened up a very large
stock of Vino glassware, tableware ami
fable cutlery this wis-k. Prices arc so
greatly reduced by Montague's low
priced" system that these elegant pMsls
a tx' now within the rcachof everybody.
Fine assortment of summer bats at
cost, at C 11. Momtague's.
(Jo and se1 the new gilt hand table
ware at Montague's.
It Incommoded that the cheapest place
to buy in the drug line, is at
J. A. Heard's.
Money to loan, by Curran
teith, Allwmy, Oregon.
tf lluy for cash, sell fr cash, and give
farmers the advantage of low prices, Is
the way F. 11. Itufcov vfc C. Aim's ousi-lu-ss.
For a gssl meal, go to the City
taurnnt AlUinv. Meals 2-'t i'iits.
Local Market Report.
Wlifnt Siv r'r ln-h'l.
Oill- t lill-iui.
V lixir $.". . Inirn !.
l'i.ini. - St., f ?i i n t tuliel.
Fi'w 1'"' )T il.'A ll.
Holler I j r
ljiM--'r r ll.
yr.1.!! IV rr l,nlK't.
Ai-lil,'., .In.fs--' -r C.
Iiiiius in...t i, r it.
I'nnit., ,t-i-.l s- H t n.
n.no", -t.t I V i-.-r lb.
Slhil.ler -V. lx rili
line.n 10 f U' r H'.
o:l-i ) i-r J icaiu.n eon.
NOTICE to FARMERS!
We, the undersigned, would respect
fully call attention to the fact that we
have leased the Warehouses on the
Narrow fiuago railroad, for thcconiing
season, and think that it will le to the
interest of every farmer to call and sec
us, or our agents at the different ware
houses, liefore making other arrange
ments for storing their wheat, oats and
luuley, which we will Is prewired to
receive nnd pay the highest cash price
for. Sucks furnished for storing grain,
in the usual manner. Rf.mf..mi!i:k
nits: Mr. C. X. Scott, receiver of the
Narrow (uage railroad, has guaran
teed rates from the different ware
houses to the Oivpm Pacific Junction,
also to Ray's Landing, which will
bring our grain to the river, 'giving us
the advantage of convicting lines, lc
sides having the usual through rates
Ym. E. Spicer. I J. Mcintosh.
A X D 9 O Sugar-Coated
r I Cm R O Cathartic
If the 'Liver be Oil I O
comes torpid, if tlie I I mm XmmJ
bowels are constipated, or if the stomach
failnto perform its functions properly, use
Ayer's Pills. Tliey are invaluable.
For some years I was a victim to Liver
Complaint, in consequence o which I
suffered from General Debility and Indi
gestion. A few boxes of Aver 'a Vills
restored me to perfect liealtli. V. T.
Urightney, Henderson, W. Va.
For yars I liavo relied moro upon
Ayer's Fills tliau anything else, to
my bowels. These Pills are mild in ac
tion, and do their work thoroughly. I
have used them, with pood effect, iu
eases of Rheumatism and Dyspepsia.
G. F. Miller, Attloborough, Mass.
Ayer's Pills cured me of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I had suffered
for vears. I consider them the best pills
made, and would not be without them. .
Morris Gates, Downsville, N. Y.
I was attacked with Bilious Fever,
which was followed by Jaundice, and
was so dangerously ill that my friends
despaired of my recovery. I commenced
taking Ayer's Pills, and soon regained
mv customary strength and viifor.
Juhn C. Pattison, Lowell, Nebraska.
Last spring I suffered greatly from a
troublesome humor on my side. In spite
of every effort to cure this eruption, it in
creased until the tiesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, at the same rime,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains in
By the advice of a friend I began taking
Ayer's Fills. In a short time I was freo
from pain, my food digested properly, tho
sores on my body commenced healing,
and, in less than one month, I was cured.
Samuel D. White, Atlanta; Ga.
T have long used Ayer's Pills, in my
family, and believe them to be the best
pills made. S. C. Darden, Darden, Miss.
My wife and little girl were taken with
Dysentery a few days ago, and I at once
Viegan giving them small doses of Ayer's
Pills, thinking I would call a doctor if tlie
disease became any worse. In a short
time the bloody discharges stopied, all
pai n went away, and health was restored.
Theodore Filing, liichmond, Va. ft
Fri-pwed by Dr. J. C. Aycr &Co., Lowell, &Luo.
Sold Ly all Itealerii iu Medicine.
C. It. MONTAGUK'S COLUMN.
Cood Nows for Closo Buyers I
t mninmoth Mm-k of rloitilitg l now Ih-Iiir
It fiirMirj'itK-ieii niiythlaK hi nimiitlly nml
iHHillly vwr olU'n-il to th wn,li' of l.ltm cinailj'.
llitvltiK linuulit llu'W kihhIh fur Mit eivsli nt luxury
iltmnuiiit, 1 sin now nllo to nlve my tnu lliu
vrry U-st vhUih of Ihrlr money.
My otiKk of nr.ti'n wits nro I'Ssi'iirwRn ftir
la'HARii.iTV inxt nr ill b low m IM x'r wilt.
In versa vr.s'dsi'lTH ll slock to seloi't from l
lurtw, llit imllty from nii'illum to vt-ry tln, of
mylhli iiiuWi-, iiciU, nolil'y suit rimhI, fnnu M cr
For Ixiyii hrvi 12 to 17 yi'nrs I have fine wli'i
11. hi, nml h Hii'hc II'XN i r. IhiiikM nl imiic Ii
lower prUvii Hum i'vcr lfor'tlipy will liemarkiwl
rorrtsioinlhn;ly low nt irlee niimloft from K.N)
Foa tiik nituitiT i.rrrm rri.uiw who ars virr
is us fANTs, I run lit any of tlicm whiw itti'
mn frinn 4 to II yeiira, at priwi riitilii(( from II
To tHiiUcs In tn-oil of clothlilK of ny oVarrlptlon
from iliimliU' wmkln liotlit- to a Wfdillmt xult,
t r.-qx'H fully nk an vxHinliinilon of my niiuu
iimlli loi'k. The lurtitu niBrksl In jtlnln tlKiin
on my kihmU will runvlmt you tlmt 1 uuJcrmll
snv niiTvluiut south of I'ortUunl.
To Tho Ladios.
Tli livlip u ho nu t the t.m sos Kxrsi ill
ts (!!! to !em that tlti'i b now riimntv tit my
mitinnxiiliCit'-h si-ire, luruo ami ntiwfiillllovtil
iiHMirlim'nt of clre nl fnttn nnc of tlie fotv
in.! liiitni-iK licHW'i on th; l'HCin c..
ThcM.- pmvN were ft iimih! ihw with im, IhhikIiI
f.f fiwli at nu ll nrlrtsi ilml Ihe ilnlu tiinirv
in which lin y will l timrkcl wlilnhow any ran.
illt t-rs-n tlml I mutt Imy a preal deal lower or
wtl nl a ion h lew niAl than rtlwr meieitanla,
Next wt k I Iwn to Iw alile to nnmsinre the
arrival uf one of tht very lirw- ' of hootf
ami li' ever reeelveil at one tlui hy any Mor
tu U 1'nuoii. Ai uual they w ill lx uOt rtsl at prl
on that defy ouit'tlihn.
A Largo Assortrront.
if nvonnl.K' g.xl. for lian-el ha bwl ojciiel
up the at few tiny at Mmitanie'. A tluw
cmxls wen: Uiuulit al unimiallr low rale for rah
hv Mr. MontiuMie l rsinullv thev w ill tie mild fi
what wiM formerly In considered merely
noniiiial rU'o. Mouns, juiuj'rs, cheviot hlrt,
ovi,m,.N. Inn k.-kln (ilove, seaWtln k1vc.. liar
voMcrs ha-, and MM'ks nelliiiiK'W aluny
to he found at my Mammoth i'tvU Store.
The low prices nvailiinc nt Mont aguc'it com
litned with the excellenitj of lil pnxtn nuem to
strike a holy terror into the iiiIikI of other deal
er "ea-'t of the luouiitulns and etc.
Summer Goods at. Your Own
at Montague's, lie proiMwes to carry no stock
over. GikkI fren (?om1s at popular prices will le
the IcnilinR charncteriMie of his cstablisluncut.
Ij-iis, K to is yds. foi tlOO.
Culieos, 20 yds. for S100.
Peemielcers, 7 yd, for 5100.
White pixHls in srreat variety from ten cents.
Summer drvs goods any kind ut one hair usual
SwecpinR rrdui'tions In cvor-thing in this Mam
moth fash Establishment, to make mom for one
of the heaviest fall stocks ever brought into the
Roraemlior my Roods are boueht for cash as the
low prises I noil them at will more forcibly de
monstrate rsTo yon.
Drop around w hen you want the worth of your
THOMPSON 8c WATKUS.
X'lioy 3IiimI C-o.
Grand Clearance Sale
Spring and Summer Goods.
Wu now ofliT and w ill sell our entire utock of
HpriiiR aud Hummer khx
Fuilirai In all alyleii and lewrflti of
Dress anil Fancy Goods,
Ladies' Parasols, and
Mens' Straw Hals
DOWN BELOW COST.
We w 111 al-xi i'I.xn? nut our ntoek of
AT FIHST ttiHT, 1.ICSX FItKKillT.
We have al- tin lininetio utoek uf MhiIco
GLASS and CHINAWARK
Whleli uiu-t alao bo
" 18ifm-ll,H lrIo.
jt.llt uliimld avail Ihrmvlveit of Ililt (irand "
AtX TIIK AlKlVK (HIOftH
Muni 1o f-ill wltlnttit Delay,
To male room for our liiimeiiie Kloek of
Fall and Winter Goods
Which w 111 arrive w Ithln thirty days.
003I1-: VIVI) HIM3 UK
We Mean Business, which our Prices
WILL DKMOX.smATi; TO YOU.
THOMPSON & WATERS,
Ilrotviutvitle, Linn ihunti, Oregon.
W. C. Peterson & Co s Space.
W. C. Peterson & Co.
Livery, Feed & Sale
L,I21A.NOM, - OkEGON,
To our many friend of Lcbnnon and
vit'inHjf, and tutxc of other (oteim, ire
ilexirc to cult attention to tnc fact that
wc have opened on
MAPLE STRKIOT, BET. 1ST & 2X1),
(near Roland's harwsn nhoj) a
New Livery Stable.
New Buggies, Hacks, and
GOOD, RELIABLE HORSES.
Parties desiring to take a trip to the.
mountain, or other places of recrea
tion, should call and sec our
FOtt SUCH Tiurs.
All kinds of Teaming and Hauling don
You -:- Certainly
NEW JL SUIT
Why don't you go to JILAIN, the
Irfiidt r In ClolhlMg.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADE'S,
From EnHlfitV Fuetork4".
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap.
UAKC.AINS IN KVHRY I)E
I'AKTMKNT. V nro t-onflili iit of I'IciihIii yon. All
we iik h i in oiku iiiiuty if
Through our Stock.
Wi; A1.HO KKfCl IN PT1K K
Too Celebrated Brownsville Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
IjeutlhiK ClolhltT mul Mt rt'lmnt Tuilor,
111 lll.illl 1111 lllllllllKlllll..
WALLACE & THOMPSOH,
J Gcyscritc Soaps.
j AI.HANV. OltttfON.
SAMUEL E. YOUNG,
Boots and Shoes.
THE LARGEST STOCK 1H THE CITY.
Ilought Exclusively for
Cash from the Manufac
Evory Pair Warranted.
For Ladies, Misses k Children,
MUST KTItEKT, ALU AN V, On.
C. n. ROLAND & Co
New Store, New Goods,
lAurnishinK Good is
Hats, CflH, Uonf, 8lnK, Choice
S liTf Ion iu Fancy Hummer Neck
W ear, Silk Umlmvcnr, J:illriirnim
CiuUTWcar, Fish, Clurk & Flugg'B
The very Ucwt make of Hand Sewed
Shoes, nnd the verv IUt-nt Styles
in Menu' liny' mul Youths' Cloth
ing. All the Celebruted makes of
HATS IN EVERY STYLE
M'K STOt'K CX).NSI8T8 OF
Bright New Fresh Goods,
Aim! ns honest, fair mul square
dealing i our motto, we usk the
putilie to enll ami get prieea.
C. B. Roland "& Co.,
One door West Revere house, Albany,
L. li. MONTAGUE,
t DK.VI.KK IX E
OF ALL KINDS.
Foreign and Domestic
Lkhanox, Okkoox. E
JOHNSON & SHELTON.
Dry Goods, Groceries
J-AXD-I " .
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps
Anil an Endless Variety of
H. G. KLUM,
-I'roprletor of tho .
Till IImic l tvmilcle In nil of lm I)iiir1mpnii,
fiiniHiiiiR the Ix'nt uf Afiiniinilulimitj pr
tlen vlllliig tlie HKlit Hjirlng.
Board, $1 per Day, or $5 per Week.
Ilarkness & Mayers Bros,
Horse Shoeing- and Gen
AlA, WOItK WAUUANTED
TO CJIVJ2 HATIHFACTION,
Prices to Suit the Times.
HIVE US A CALL.
Lebanon & Sweet Home
H. Y. GIBSON, - Proprietor.
Carrying U. S. Mail.
liCavet 1 liMH-in on Monilny. WeliiflBj- and
Cttlunlayn. Kvlurultig utiue da jr.
HATES OF fake:
Tjefcnnoti to ft.lavllle irt Waferl'iu
U Imiihh to Kwetit lfiuie.....
Good New Hack and other Ac
I'ttrtli- il'irlii(f to (') tit biij it (he alxive namcl
liiti, on liitenfrnlnjt Anym will I amnno
daU.' ly ucptyitiK at mjr rvtblum-v In
II. Y. GIBBON.
G. T. COTTON,
Groceries & Provisions
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Foreign and Domestic
C ONKECTIONER Y
Queenswaro and Glassware,
LAMI'rf AND LAMP EIXTCHEH
M'lin St., Lebanon, Oregon.
OREGOXIAH RAILWAY COMPANY.
CHAS. N. SCOTT. - Receiver.
On ami afi-r Msy JO, ltT. n-l until further no
ti-t (rniiw nillnin Unlijr i'Xtt' fuiHlay) luful-
Cirf-urjr Mnil.'r Vnttarg Uil.
Z 7Tr ! 8TATION3. r
1J. ! j lnl.
1.35 Dl'M'KE JINCTX. ! LIS
1.30 ; Kuli nun z lyljt. j 100
I - fHiuuf. i AY
I ft. i'nnVK
. Frail, h I'rnlrie, I IJ.ff
H.i'H Fi-. ' 11.47
. V,.urn. I 11.37 .
:W M.Kw, 11.17
H Wp.u 11.12
M. AnitvL 11.1U
l ix.wn, lo..v
An 4.1 , ., I.t 10.40
Lv4..y SiIerton. Arv Jltm
4.40 Jnhiiwm" MilL 10.12
4.44 Howell lrirr. li).(M
4.:i Kaia Kkle JuiH-tiuil, 10.10
ft.12 Mnrlcnv, 40
6.2:1 WnMolMU, :
fi.40 AumTilU'. 9.H
S..VJ Wtwt KImvIihi, KJ&
6.10 Nurth MnnlUm, Kti
6 22 SrluJunc.. . K2
f.:J Wert St-lo, K25
f..4 fruldivc. H.fi9
..7 Foulh Sunliam, 7-V
7.2T. f Ia-iw . 7.29
7 11 Lebanon Junction, 7.17
7.4" lwn, . 7i5
8.U7 . Ik'llville, t.4t
f.25 l.inn. 6.27
8.4.'. ! HnWTvi!lo, 6.11
H.Uf Twin l!ullr. n.4.
9.27 Moiitjtinncry. 5-2fi
!.44 . ITkt'lioru. H.IO
lull! I Viikit, 4.f0
10.25 ! COlilKU. 4.a0
Ar. P..M.j Arv. I. v. Lv. A. sc.
GO TO SPICER.
A. A. Bashor
CARRIES A FULL, LINE OF
Groceries, Cigars, To
All Goods Sold at Bed
Highest Market Priee for Country
GIVE ME A CALL AND BE CON
ANOTHER- CUT IN RATES!
I beg leave to announce to the farmers of Linn county, that I am still in
business at the Old Stand, and have just received from the East a
Large Stock of Wagon Timber, During tlie Cut in Freight Rates,
And I am willing the farmers and people generally should have the
. same. Any one wishing Wagon Repairing done, will please notice my
Killing all kinds of wheels, per set - $ 14 qq
" " " " " " wheel - a to 4 co
New set of wheels - - - - - ' s so oo
Bolsters, Sandboards and Tongues, each 1 oo
a , ;
fcilngle Spokes and Fellows, each - 20
Everything else in Proportion. All work Warranted.
Remember the place one door south of Arthur & Bishop's blacksmith Sh o
A. C. HAUSMAN, - - NORTH BROWNSVILLE, OREGON.
WILSON & WESTFALL,
Livery and Feed Stable.
Dally Hack to Lebanon.
Faro Each Way, 60 CU.
GOOD TURNOUTS AN D
A.t Kensonaljle Ratea,
GIVE US A CALL.
B. H. BARKER,
SodaviUe and Waterloo
Candies, Cigus, Tobacco and
Cheese, Crackers and Cakes.
Tea, Coffee, Sugar & Fruits
ICE-CREAM nnd LEMONADE.
Lunch at all Hours..
POOL-TABLE and SWING
For the Amusement of Vurtlort.
GOODS SOLI) LEBANON PJtiCES
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
R. C. Watkins,
SWEET HOME, - - OREGON.
REpalrlng of All Kinds at Rea
Bhwlug'uH around, new shorn, f 1.75.
Having ioe&tel to stay I nk share of
the public patronage.
IL C. WATKINS.
I. F. CONN,
Contractor, Carpenter and
Plans & Specifications
FURN LSI I ED
OX SHORT MOT I CIS.
All Kinds of Carpenter Work Done and
Prices Very ReaaonaUe.
ALBANY A LEBASOX. OREGON.
A Double Circular Water
Power Saw Mill, .
NEAR LEBANON, OR.
Capacity about JV0O0 fitt per day. A Wo
18 aerea of land on which the saw
mill is located.
AUo have a large stock of
First Quality Lumber
At lowest market rates for cash.
G. W. WHEELER, Lebanon, Oregon.
OREGON PACIFIC R. R.
220 Miles Shorter I
20 Hours Less Time I
Accommodations Unsurpassed for Com
fort and Safety.
rn-f and FrfUrht. vim. Yaqnln iM the Oregon
Ix-vt-Winicnl Co Steanwhipa much hroi than br
any "(her mute between all fxnuta in WiUameltt,
Valley and San Franclx-o.
DAILY PASSENGER TR,IXS,
Iare Yaqnina ,V a. M.'Leave Attianr 1:15 r. m.
l4rt Onrrallia 10:42 a. m.i Leare m-raAia 1 S r. .
Arrive Albany 11U3 a. M.)Arrive Yaqulna &:45 aji.
O. & C Train connect at Albany and Corralli.
Fare between Corvallis & Albany and & Franctoco:
Ril and Cabin f 14 Rail and Peerage f 00
WM. M. 1IOAG. C. V. HOA.
General iianager. Acting li. F. A P. A)rt
Oregon Development Co.
FIRST-CLA83 8TEAM8HIP LINE
YAQUIXA & SAN FRANCISCO,
ConnoHnir at Yatjnina with the Trahw of the
Oregon paci&c Railroad Company.
rmt ah fkaxcisco.
Willamette Valley. Saturrlar July 30; Eastern
Oreeoti. Thursday Antrum 4; Willamette Valley
Tuesday August 9; Eastern Oretton, i-undaT Aux
iM 14: Vaquina City, Saturdav Auj-ttsi 2r; Willam
ette Valley, Thursday August'25; Kaiaem Oresoo.
Tuesday August 3U.
Willamette Valley, Friday August 5; Kastern
Oregon, Wednesday AuiruM li; Willamette Valley
Tuewiajr Aueu4 li; KaMern Unwn, Stiodav Aui
ust'Jl: Yaquina City. Saturday Auxurt Sl; WUUm
ette Valley, Thursday September I; taste m Ore
goo. Wednesday September 7.
The company reserves the right tochange steam
ers or sailing dates.
S. B. TOBY. Gen. F. & P. Agent.
3(H Montgomery st, San r rancifCO, CaL