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NUYKMliLU IS, 18ST.
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m ntiu, ioti: op liss coistv.
i.-Uil count of the vote nf Linn
he thrco constitutional
was made Tuesday with
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liirnsi :-.! ! ' a 1:: .-.t- 1I2 207
i.i-;.-ir.-,..'....; i:c: 4 -7; no- iv -
LiWirtv... j 23' 12 1 : ai . So
orb-mi ' a: n o si it ,
Syracuse.... .t ... aiv ft! 1 . VW 7:: 3t; f9
Si'J llouic.i :m Mi 9 6S! - 5: 3: "
.,'.. i lit! 771 4 17'i 14- l-5t
sannam j w a 6 xiv as- IW, 10$
S-h.Ml.t, ? lm' -43; I . HI- t ll.V 1W
Waterloo V 21: 5 SO. j 37! 37
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Total ! 191-V. 9CTl 131 -X flit la-JBtl
Majorities...? 9v j i2ST2. j u:
Oh Friday hi.-t four of the Chicago
Ai'isuvhiU wen- hung, ami died game.
It 1 wonderful how human nature
will hoar up under such a test rf the
mninal chord. These four men went
into eternity at the end of a rope cheer
ing for the bloody cause which brought
them to the Ignominious, disgraceful
death they sultered. Over in Yamhill
comity, in our own state, st about the
same hour, Richard Marnle paid the
penalty for so brutally murdering D.
I. C-orktr, and from all accounts -was
the in oet une-oueerned individual
among these who gathered at the jail
yard in Lafayette for the purpose of
carry! into eft t the sentence pro-1
nouneed upon lims. lenant ana inso
lent to the last, denouncing even his
best friends, it may be said he, too,
died g-ame. Tt is to lie presumed that
the low and brutal instincts by which
such criminals are governed, will ena
ble them to show a seemingly bold
front when being pinuioned for the
euuovvs. As there Is a strong dispo
sition in human nature to "accept the
situation," no 'doubt this has a
great deal to do -with men in calmly)
and coolly- submitting themselves to
the fate which liefel the five unfortu
nates referred to, on Friday last. Such j
cvt nts are anything
but agreeable to i
TJip Alluinv 77Yf'7 mlvica too WO-
ph; of Allwnv to not "monkev with i
the U-m,H.nmcquwtum at the coming j
city election.lmt seek only to elect pro
gressive men," etc. From the vote in
Albany, we should think if the Ifer-a'-d
wanted energetic men for city offi
cers it would go to the ranks of
the temperance men for them,
tViAv vrtilnl v maoifitfHt toot pn.
Won the 8th inst. than did the oth- '
or fellow. This "monkov" business
has just commenced, and as 'Oor
respondentt Bays, Mr. JlcraM, it will
be 1 'monkeyed" with until prohibition
controls every town and city in Ore
gon, nd until it controls every state
in our union, x he result ot tnecity
enable "monkeying7' has been done and
luut jrogisstveieuiieraiieeiiuen iviti i
go on with the good work or promo
ting the growth and advancement" of
the towns of Linn county.
The Oregon ian is now crying high
license and local option. It may lie a
question whether it is honest in these
view or only shaping itself to goi an
rtthr no TT t tlif vrttiwkv Rr f -tr wtiif-li
will evidentlv be nut nn bv the mm- !
sellers to defeat the issue when it comes
before the people. It will be remem
bered that the anti-prohibitionists in
Michigan said, the same thing previ
ous to the election in that tstate, but
Just as soon as ballots enough were
counted to defeat prohibition, the
whisky dealers, brewers and distillers,
met in Baltimore and raised a fund to
fight high license in Michigan. It
may be the same in Omort- The Ore
tfomrtn Mill have to thoroughly de-
moos'trste its rosition in tbis Tfsnwt
oeforethe temperance people will
Snator Dolph telegraphs from
Washington that tlie eecretary of Avar
dec-lines to suspend the enter for the j
abandonment of iort Canny. When
Gen. Sherman was on the coast last
year and passed Fort Canby, he re
' marked to those standing near him
that, properly fortified, that point
could; be made the strongest position
in the United States. The secretary ot
war evidently regards the Columbia
river bar as sufficient protection against
invaders iu that quarter.
The total number of sheep in th
United States was, in 1S.90, 48,322,331,
and in 18S7, 4t, 150,314, being a decrase
of 3,563,017, in one year, but taking the
pant twelve years together there is an
increase of 10,&75,014. California, Ohio
and Texas rank, the highest, having
nearly 5,000,000 each. Kansas and Col
orado are increasing more rapidly than
tiy other states in this industry. For
the year ending June 30, we imported
107,000,000: pounds of . wool, at a cost of
$1 0,000, 000
Advices from Washington are to the
effect that Secretary Lamar has said to
Commissioner Sparks that the Interior
Department is not big enough to hold
them both. Wonder which one will
have to go. Mr. Cleveland will proba
bly decide the question. LateiwMr.
Sparks has resigned.
"It is easier to manage a surplus
than a deficit," remarks Fred, Grant,
which prompts a cotempoary to say
thut there must be something in this
Viy after aU. It is quite probable that
lie will turn out tu be more than the
"sou of Lis father." -
The London Economist estimates j
t hat there are $o.00Q,0i)0,000 of coin in
the present circulation, of the world or I
ava'..l !e fi r circulation. Of this mag-1
t t,Ul, -S.iyjO.M.lO.OnO is iu gold
fend 7l,v n,'ii!,o;'ii in silver.
Jenny Lind, "the i-twedish XigMin-i-'sh-,-'-'
died iu London Nov. 2, t-ged tSG
, . . .... ... ... , ; rorm a conspiracy agaiuM one or more
ntrate thLs fact" quite clearlv 10 1!'"' trUe PJ""1 8C-
JT r,.uj man, and if we don't miss our '"S tty th d,eta,tcf of tlR,r wn
t . - T- conscience, and simply because such a-s-
guess-Mne other towns in Linn county ,. , ' ' . . ,
.,, , . . - ;i tion did not suit a certainclass of edu-
Wltr.AT SHAtfTF.ns ARKh-STED.
Tim s ituKcr Hs-ftnn and Xtcnity ,1Up1
in Sail Francist'tt oh lntUotui-nt4
frtm Ijiup t ininty.
The following; dispatch fl-om San
Fntnf i.-cowi'.l form an inten stingstqut l
to a little transaction painfully familiar
to certain farmers of Linn county coun
ty: Several months ago the farmers of
the Willamette valley were victimized
by a crowd of sharpers who called them
selves, "The Empire Seed Cimipany."
These men and the solicitors went
througn the vailey sollin wheat seed
at $15 a bushel, and several of them t
were arrested, but a'tain released for
lack of suftleient .evidence, the Grand j
Jury of Lane county, Oregon, indicted
the company, and as two of them were
supposed to be' in Han Francisco, the
sheriff of Eugene City telegraphed
Chief Crowley to arrest Michael Ilo
gan secretary and J J?eatty,treasuivr of
Detectives Ieon and Ityndley arrest
ed Hogan as he was walking down
Bush street, at 7:oo Tuesday last, and
a few minutes later brought in a man
who gives the name of Chas. "Warner.
From papers found on the latter, his
name is not as he gave" it, but F. Ttein-
piardt, under which name he was auth
orized tojsolieit for the company.
The detectives think neither of these
is his right name, as he answers the de
scription ot Beatty, whom the prisoner
says is in Victoria, TJ. C.
The detectives shadowed Mrs, Hognn
from the Russ House, from the safe of
whieh she drew $2,WH) to go chopping
witii, until she returned to her hotel.
As Mrs. Hogan went out immediately
after her husband's arrest, it is impos
sible to see her. The amount involved
in this fraudulent scheme approximates
Tile prisoners claim that ex-OJovern-
br Wood, of Portland, is president of
the company, and that Rev. Witherow
of Portland, is manager.
DIFFERENCE OF OPINIONS.
The election is over. We would glo
ry in victory but can bear defeat, and
5 should not let any national question
. , . .... , , .
after. "We must all remember that we
are living in America, and are all fi-ee-
i born American citizens, are not hound
j to any- aristocracy In ny febape what-
jevcr, nor are we under obligations to
vote as one or ritore or any number of
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" 'f 11
,s free lvn-born princtpn of hber-
o , liui us oi(5iiii-i is inc cAciiaiige oi
value and acknowledged throughout
the civilized world as the nations' rule
and only mode of living, we who
think that we are defeated in whatever
our aim or object might have been,
should be reconciled, and not try to
"f our neighlvor who Mas, or voted
or d,d aU he uld on the Tlte
This according to the statutes or law,
or universal law, a you might term
it, would be conspiracy against a legiti
mate business, trying' to incite domes
tic insurrection by causing', or trying
to cause, or being the instrument to
ciition and refinement prohibitory and
as tliey were not favored as they
thought in their own minds they
should have been, their motto is, do as
we want you to or we will ruin vou
and your business whatever it may or
Such a principal dwells onlj- in very
small minda and will vanish into
naught like chaff before the wind.
We are and will advocate the theorv
of Froebel and Pefetalonzi, the system
of the new education, that every man,
woman and child are and must think
for themselves, forming their ideas
and principles in regard to things that
are real, thereby gaining the power to
trace causes to causn, and effects to
effects; for life is what yon make it
and what you have to make it with.
Oh, man, read, read, read, and think,
think, think! What is home without
love and union, and what is love and
union that is not true? We therefore
address you with all the kindness a
be-jtru,f friend anl, h1e Uat y
will receive it as such, knowing tl
you are as yet weak and do not under
stand the preamble of our glorious con-
istitution, the highest and most loyal
document ever written by the hands
of man. We appeal to you not to 1
so rash in j-our dealings, lay all strife
and emnity aside; lend a kind helping
hand to advance universal education.
For law is a rule of action luid down
by a superior for an inferior, command
ing that which is right and prohibiting
that which is wrong lave and let
live. Freedom and justice will never
die. F. II. Haas.
Swamp Angels Ekc ape. On Mon
day of last week Judge Deady render
ed his decision in the United States
district court in the case of the United
States vs. II. C. Owen and W. II.
Barnhart, indicted for swamp land
frauds. The defendants demurred to
the indictment on the ground that it
was barred by the statutes of, limita
tions. The court after thoroughly
sifting the fatts " in the case and the
law upon it, sustained the demurrer,
and the swamp angels are free.
Col. Fred. Grant.s wife is descrtbed
as a woman of much beauty and many
accomplishments. She is of French
extraction, and is said to be a born
diplomatist. In the matter of making
speeches she is much more fluent tlian
Tarties indebted to F. H. Roseoe &
Co., are requested to call and settle
their accounts at once and save. eost.
Parties indebted to Churchill & Mon
teith will please call in and settle up
accounts. We must have money to do
Good apples, 50 cents per bushel, at
Keebler & Roberts.'.
Fanners rend the advertisement nf.
Kaistoa Cox. J he peoples' Grocer, aod
Sidt salmon, at Keebler & Jlo!)erte
For a gtiod meaf, go to the Cit v
taurasit Albany. Meals 'Si cents.
What am I to Do?
The symptoms of H:H;.tiiiess are un
happily bur Vx well known. They
dilti-r in ditli-rent individuals to sonu
extent. A liilioUR innti seldom a
lreakfast eater. Tiw frequently, alas,
he has rh excellent appetite for liquids
but none for solids of a morning. His
tonsrne will hardly bear inspection at
any time; if It is not white and fuirid,
it Is ronh, r.t nil events.
The digestive system is wholly out
of order and Diarrhea or Constipation
may le n symptom or the two may al
ternate. There are often Hemorrhoids
or even loss of blood. There may Ik
giddiness and often lieadaehe and acid
ity or flatulence and tenderness in the
pit of the stomach. To correct all this
if not effect a cure try Orcrn' Anfjunt
Fiowrr, it cost but a trille and thous
ands attest its etilcteuey.
Ilnndre1s of Persons who have used
Ayer's Hair Vigor attest its value, as a
stimulant and tonic, for preventing
and curing baldness, cleansing the
scalp, and restoring the youthful color
to faded and gray hair.
CLOAKS J CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
We will sell our entire stock of
Cloak al Jackets A T COST for the
next Thirty Days party needing
anything in this line can save money
by calling on us.
Thompson & Waters.
Ir In vibrator.
This excellent preparation for the
hair, may lie found on sale at the fol
lowing places: M. A. Miller, Iobanon;
Srarr fe Strmard, O. Osborn and M.
Jackson, Brownsville; F. A. Watts,
Shedd; C. tiray, Halscy. Stunple bot
tles free, fall and get one.
Mother Cary's tiumtrec Cougli Pyr
up dtxs not sicken the stomach, or
bind the Ivowels, safe for a child or an
adult, and will le found the In-st prep
aration for a Cough, Cold, lironeliitis,
Whooping Cough or, Croup and any
affection ot the throat and lungs.
J. A. Ik-nrd, agent for lA-banon.
Skin diseases cannot be successfully
treated py external nppticatlonH. The
proper way to cure sneh eomniaints is
to purify the blood with Ayer's Sarsa
parilla. Under the vitalizing influen
ces of this medicine all the functions
of the body are brought into healthy
Tbere is w ihiug so -valuable fcr
throat and lung troubles, and that can
be taken without any injury to the
stomach, as "Mother Cary's (Sumtrce
Cough Syrup." Try it and you will
say so too.
J. A. Beard, agent for Lebanon
We will pay dx cents per pound for
pork on accounts and in exchange for
merchant ise. All rols at cash price.
Pork received on Tuelrt ys and Thurs
days. Thomi-sox fe "Wateks
We have no Indian fighters, giant
killers, dancing clepliants, nor trained
cits, but Wf have the finest stock of
iiardware, looking glasst-s, mirrors,
lounges and beding ever brought to
Lebanon at E. Cfoan's. No second
Insure your property in a home com
pany the Nortliwest" Fire and Marine
Insurance company, of Portland Ore
gon. A. It. Cyrus, "agent, Lebanon Or.
shoubl rvad the adver
lialston Cox, The l-o-
Monev to loan, by Curran
teith, A"ilny, Oreg.n.
tf A Common Cold
Is often the beginning of serious affec
tions of the Throat, Bronchial Tub',
and Langs. Therefore-, the importance
of early and effective treatment cannot
be overestimated. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral may always be relied upon for the
speedy cure of a Cold or Cough.
Last Jahnary I was attacked with a
severe Cold, which, by neglect and fr
qnent -exposures, became noise, finally
settling on my lungs. A terrrble coueli
soon followed, accompanied by pains in
the chest, from which I suffered intense
ly. After trying various remedies, with
oot obtaining relief, I com:r.enwii taking
Ayer's Cherry lectoral, and was
I am satisfied that this remedy paved my
life. -J no. Webster, Pawtueket, It. I.
I contracted a severe cold, which
nddenly developed into Pneumonia,
presenting dangerous and obstinate
symptoms. My physician ordered the
use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. His in
structions were followed, and the result
was a rapid and permanent euro.
H. B. Suuipson, Rogers Prairie, Tex.
Two years ago I suffered from a severe
Cold, which settled on my Lnngs. I con
sulted various physicians, and took the
medicines they prescribed, but received
only temporary relief. A friend induced
tne to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After
taking two bottles of this medicine I was
cured. Since then I hare given the Pec
toral to my children, and consider it
The Best Remedy
for Colds,' Coughs, and all Throat and
Lnng diseases, ever used in my family.
Kobert Yanderpooh Headville, Pa.
Some time ago I took a slight Cold,
which, being neglected, grew worse, and
settled on my Lungs. I had a hacking
congh, and was very weak. Those who
knew me best considered my life to be
in great danger. I continued to suffer
until I commenced using Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Less than one bottle of this
valnable medicine cured me, and I
feel that I owe the preservation of my
life to its curative powers. Mrs, Ana
Lockwood, Akron, New York.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is considered,
here, the one great remedy for nllliseases
f the throat and lnngs, and is more
in demand than any other medicine of its
class. J. F. lioberta, Magnolia, Ark. 1 1
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer ft OS, Lowell, Man.
SoldbyaH DroggtaU. Prlc 1 1 ii bouh, t.
N E W -:-
KEEBLER & ROBERTS, Prop'rs.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUT A tX)MFLETE LINE OF
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, Etc.,
Which we oiTer to the People of Lebanon and vicinity at the
Lowest Living Rates for Cash, Hides Furs, and
. all kinds of Farm Produce.
J3 ficres of rood uardem land, finm
' InlU' D(if !lr. t u a-:ii Stii;ii):l. l.hitl otllll-
i On.ijui. -."t iifrt" mt'lt r .'iiUivii,n(t; 1 m-n
-It-hel uihI luirat: II ai re. umk-r tit-il ii'tict-: :ji
in .Tt in lit't'H-r, iiMit voinij,' fir: miuo Ulcp jtui
Jiufjt!-': iNnni'or!!l'lc tluvUn-M litM )(..tj A-fr;
'.t(Ml !.!r-1: w iih jlr-!!y 4 jnk! waicr; Ii'tl
Itnrn; voimi; orvtuml nl ir4. itiico lniit Iws: nil
f'c!',t'iil lm yi:nl of Sucres; hot hvurc antl
dtj-cr Uix'-U Uvt.
J ntfiT l'tr sii!e tlie Ih-i prmwrty for J-'.ncO ontli.
l.iiiu inuu!y. OroKn; orce mc In iwrxai.
NOTICE OF DISOLUHON.
This ts to notify the MiMic thnt I hnve tiiU dur,
tk-t. t-i 1-7, ur-lui--'i the etilire intcnt of 1 r.
I. W. Siurr, in the (tnijt ltilm-j-s loinicrly m-!itctt-l
by tlw firm ol Starr & stunanl. Thmikful
fur pttst ikvors, I mo! n-sit-ctfuliy ix-iituv t u con
titiiitti of tlu it tnti ltl stniitt, tnuf itxiv
iiorili i' flty Mull. Hn nsviile. All imrtifs tno
Insi tiu'iiiNclvew in.ltt'tnl to the Imc linn U1
tilt iirf! cull Hiul settle their tu t-miut-.
ti. V. STAXAUD.
nmwnsvillo. Or.. Oi-t. 1. 1SS7.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
From the iwnii- of the underwlciKtd In I la
non, on Sunday, Novi-iiiUt l:t. W,i:iit Huy Mure,
y'r (ltl, with innno cut otf. Any tiititrmMtttn
loadfnjj to the rvcvery of tlio anlmitl. H ill 1c uni
A. f. ritURf'IHLL.
LclMinnn, Or.. Nov. IS. 'f..
All persons ore hon-!y forbidden tohnrlmnror
f-U to my son, t'lmtk-K it. :mui. h ii v t ti h ir on
mv sxwount. U.S I ill not hv rciMiiihh' Tor nv
of ht debt or aw. li. (it'.lX.
l.cliiintm. r Xovt-mlwr 3. 1KT?.
CK ROLAND & Co
Hew Store, Hew Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Choice
Selection in Fancy Summer Neck
Wear, SUk Underwear, Bnlbriptrun
Underwear, Fish, Clark' A Flagg's
The very Best make of Hand Sewed
Shoes, and the very Latest Styles
in Mens' Boys' ami Youths' Cloth
ing. All the Celebrated makes if
II ATS IN EVERY STYLE
OCR STOCK CONSISTS OF
Bright New Fresh Goods,
And as honest, fair and square
dealing is our motto, wp ask the
public to call and get prices.
C. B. Roland & Co.,
One door West Revere house, Albany.
Yon -:- Certainly
J of QUIT
THIS FALL AND "WINTER.
Why don't you go to BLAIN, the
Leader in Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADES,
From Eastern Factories.
Kobbj Patterns & Styles, C&eap.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. We are confident of Plcasitis: you. All
we adt i the opjioi t unity of
Through our Stock.
WK AI-SO KEEP IX STOCK
Tie Celebrated BramsYille Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
Leading Clo'.hler and Merchant Tailor,
OREGOS I iH lILWAl" COMPAH t
CHAS. N. SCOTT. - Receiver.
On nl oiler Sept. 7. !7. nnd rmtil further no-th-v
tniiiw w ill run ditily tvxeet Sunday) as Ibl
l.v I .nr.
land. ; 2.J
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Fidtftiartz Ijlg. j
Hay's Ijtndin;, j
St. IMnl's. i
Fmni h Prairie,
SI. A no 1, I
. Kilverton. j
Johnson". Mill, '
j rjist Side Jniiethm, ,
A -st stnvton, '
STort h Sunti.un, j
Itrow iisviile, I
Twin Unties, I
S T ORE I
Clmrdiill & MonteUlTs Col'
An Ancient Wise Man
once naid, "there Is nothing nevr tindtr the sun."
Hut in nn ngc of pi-o;wim like this the assertion
is to a ccrtiiin dearee, emmeouH. There art." new
methods of doinB lini-incw, and we hve taken
ndvmtttiffe of it In ueh shn that oureonitl-
tors are tbrced to acknowledge within theinM-lves
that w e M'l! ustonishinxly low . Hut In ther attenqit
to hret the title of public K-ntiment that rofis np
hi our fiiviH-, they nceaslonly venture forth, like
the wood-chuck, hut. xeclns their fthostly s!md-
dows In the ton light of our enterprise, Khriak
hack within their covering, aeemlng afraid to
Iroinitete w ith us in our line of Roods. We have
always, and will centinne to pre the value of
one hundred cents for ouc dollar.
Boots and Shoes.
We a resole ttKettt for lorter Slos1nper- douhle
ha"k Vip tmtx We mid Kftecn ca of these
IxKit hist winter, awl pntjKwe to soil thirty IhLs
year. Tlw y hiivi- ito etjual In tbl" mrket; wo
w ill biiek this ss-rtlon by onr strength, t'httrchill
weighs ) llw and Monteith t0 U. Wc are no
feather weight hi the fneral nienhjiudtsc beivl
nww in IctMtioti, vre are Ik-uvv; tir stork i
heavy; mir mUi- are heavy: so are our measure,
and the Hht thing in the bsuiiness Is the prnfltx.
t'nder thin head wr. have several addition this
wack, pmminent amimsr which is onr jrrain leath
er lot, and our double Isirk boot, large
t!c-k in transit. We are still felling tlie celebra
ted James Mean' ?:L(W shoe.
iak your retail -r fnr thn Original $3 Shee.
twware ot Imitatioua.
lict L.Hf L nexciiM ia
jrurxi'iti-i ,l.oi run vin-i
lion Dow to (res mis ema
41 uneoiii r
Thl s&no atanla htcST la the fteHon of
Tr arm tnan auy other la the world. llMuntia
wbowoarlt will tell rott UiercaaoaUfOta asktbata.
Rubber Boots and Oil
A tnnn ran defy the eleraenm ami laush at
tliem nlii-ii he is cjui'iel with a sidtof tan-oil
( lothit.K and a jir tTHtr nibln-r boots. We ft
nih lhe mvn-oti railroad work ami they
have the lrt. Tht-y are like Ihc ltlurn-e of the
IK-oflc. when ther want poi'l (roods and can ma
rome themselves thx'J- aeud to ChotrhiU is. Mn-trlUr-a.
fhir Htork of rlothingr is all that can 1 desired.
Yai have an endles variety from which lo mute a
ek-ctiun, Wc cun surely please you.
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Ho lore Big Profits and Long Credits!
CASH and LOW
" The Peoples' Giiocek,"
LARGEST and FINEST STOCK
- In the Willamette Valley.
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
30 Tons Received This Week I
Tlireo Osii-lontls of Clioloo Oootlsi llrcot from lottl
liU? 3In ntifuot tiren mil Importei-H in iSun Xniiicri-
ititd Ciilttu, and more on tlto way!
Wc are this ffeason deterniinetl to eclipse all vmr former cfTorta in prt-w-nting
the public with the Iirgest, Fnest and most Complete stock of coodis in ail
depaitiiieiits ever broujrht to this wiuntry. The enormous increase in our buwi
ihsh ban enablel us thin pcason to buy in immense lots, thus taking ad van tact!
of lowest figures. You will find our More and warerooms full froih top to lot
tom of choice goods that cannot be had elsewhere. . ,
"We do not make you-flaitering promises as to our Bargains, and after get
ling you to our store charge you as much, or more than the same goods can be
iMitielit for elsewhere, as is the case with many houses. We give you our prices
in Plain Figures on many leading articles, and guarantee the'famolow fig
ures ui everything in our store. We O I 'AHA NTE E every article to I e as
represented, and our guarantee amounts to just this much : If, upon examina
tion at your own home, any article liought of us, fails to come np to our repre
sentation in any ioint. return it and get your money back. Yes, some will say,
but how can we who live fifteen or twenty miles away take time to come back
to Corvallis for a few dollars, perhaps? We answer, write and explaiu wherein
the poods fail to Rive satis'aetton, and we will make it satisfactory ; and if ar.v
goods have to be returned wei'Jl' ALL FH BIG'S T Clf A RUES' Wcdu
Business on the Square, and we mean Business every time !
NOW, FOR OUR PRICES I
Corvallis Mills Best Flour, per sack,
Corvallis Mills Best Flour, per Bbl,-
Pearl Coal Oil per can, $1
j White Beans, 30 His,
Best Table Rice,. 18 lbs,
Best Eastern Syrup,-5 gallon kegs,
Extra. C Sugar, 15 lbs,
GoldenrCSugar, 16 lbs
GranulatetrSugar, 14 lbs, V
Best Costa 'Rica Coffee, 4 lbs,
Good " ' M - " 5 "
Best Rio Coffee, 4 lbs, .
apan Tea, 5 lb chests,
Savon "Soap, per box,
j Cold Water Bleaching Soap, per box,
Com and Gloss Starch, 3 papers,
Saleratus, 4 papers,
Soda Crackers, per box, . .
Oysters, large cans, 5 for
Liverpool Salt, 200 lb sacks,
Stock " 100 " .
Pickles, 5" gallon kegs, f
Tomatoes, 8 cans,
- f -
Crockery- nnd jf Iiijx Arii.
In lhl dorrtment wr oflVr a fall tork of Oiiw and SaiK-ers, Iisrics riatos. Bowls Oinrrer and
Tea -t.s. ;lie, Frtiit and IVrry IWm?s, t;la sets of Ttrkms desini and prirr. Plain and re-ornted
Toilet st'tf, etc, cte. tlttr sta-k of Lamiw will l the m.-1 complete ret ofiered, emlirarini; ne v and
novel dei(.Ti in tiiirfiis, Ptand and Ijlanry' Ijiiiiik, with the latest improved bnrmjrs, ete. TaMe
ftitleryof all kinds Rofr Bros' Trinvle Flated Knives, Forks and Pjionna. HiintiHjr, Itnteher and
IVw-ket Knifes, Pilver plated Pets for children, etc. Lanterns and Lamp stock of all kin ls. Peoria
Stone Jars Jugs, fhums, Ktc, vie. '
Ttrooras tri-ijvl: rooms. Ttr-t-pan and Ilni.bcs, Stove hmslies, Plioe brushes. Tnhs. rails- Eutter
Howls Iliitter-monlds Wahlxiar.I.s Rolling-pins, Lunch-baskets, Clothes-baskets etc., etc. Tulwew
of all kinds, Pipe, etc., ete, -
41 1 iyy pi 113; lcpartmoiit.
Piinies living at n dWaneo can have pond "s-hipped to any aeccyihle point by aendinf! their order
by mail. We are daily receiving onlers from all parts nf the country, and the steady increase in this
department l the bet evideiice that we frive entire wtisfaclion to onr customers ortlerinit this way.
Send fr iir full printed price list, sent free on application. Send in your order and if not found sat
isfactory the goods may lie returned at our expense.
i"s-w A"oi1sj Avitlt tlio People.
When two years bra wc started in business, with (as on of our competitors then remarked) a bar
rel of .ujar ami a fack of corToe. we did so a ith a determination to succeed. On the basis of Ijiw
Prices Fair Destiny, the llest (ioods at One Price for Cash, it is needless to say our anticipa
tion have liecn fully rectlixed. From a very small bejrlmiing our busines has grown eompellinjc s to
enlarm mt quarters three times, and we are still crowded for room. We fully appreciate the generous
patronage received from the people of all classes who hav from the first stood hy s. Our success is
due to them and to them we exteiKl nnr thanks. We haU ctnttinue in tlie future to conduct busiucss
on the same principles that have provexl so si-ce.-5ful in the past, Ti : , ' .. .
Tlie Rest Goods at the Lowest Price for Cash. AH (roods warranted as represented, or money re
funded. No baits ofTlired on a few articles in order to catch you on others
We invite tne public to call and inspect our stock. We shall take, pleasure In showing goods
whether you purchase or not. . . - - ' - "
WE CAN SAVE YOU 25 PER CENT.
"On 3our 'AVinter Supplies-
FERRIAGE ACROSS THE -WILLAMETTE RIVER
Free to those Coining to our Store.
Or Your Money -Reruntled,
The Peoples Grocer, .
3 Letters of Inquiry Promptly AnsAvvreil. Gooifc' Shipped
J T - "1
15, per Case
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' Corvallis, Oregon.)
SAMUEL E. YOUNG
Boots and Shoes.
THE LARGEST STCC5 IX THE OI L.
Bought Exclusively f r
Cash from the Manufac
Every Pair Warranted,
f FINE SHOES,
For Ladies, Hisses ft CMIlreD.
FIRST STREET, . 'ALBANY, Ok.
JOHNSON & SHELTOH.
Dry Goods, Groceries
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps
A nd an Endless Variety of
Horse Shoeingra Speciality
R. C. Watkins,
SWEET HOME, - - OREGON.
REpairing of AI! Kinds at rea
Shoeing all around, new shoes, f 1.7-5.
Having loca'cd to ?tay I & share of
the public jiatrrtnsge.
11. fJ. WATKINS.
Contractor, Carpenter and
Plans & Specifications
Ok SHORT NOTICE:
All Km 3s of Carpenter Work Dene and
Prices Very Reasonable.
25!0REG0N PACIFIC R- R.
220 Miles Shorter!
20 Hours Less Time I
Accommodxtion3 Urtsarpased for Corn-;-frt
Fare and Freights via. Yaitiirt Td the fTPCirn
Develpment t'o's Stvamhrfts rioeh k-ss ih.tjt by
any other r!te "ct .veen ail -..linLs in Vi .li-ou- -..e
Vaiier and San Francisco.
DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS,
Ijeave Ypv!ia e- A. Ix-ave Ali-v l-o? r. w.
Ixtve l-orval lis to:; a. M. I-3i e irv.i ' N 1 IT c. m.
Arrive Ailiauy 11:13 i.x..ARrcliiji:iiiii.utiiji.
O. & C. Trains connect ar Ailsanv and CorraUK
WM.M. BOAG. Cf.IMVi.
Ueacral Manager. Aeimjru. F. A P. A-.-t.
t orvallLs tu-.
Oregon Development Co.
FiRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP LINE
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YAQUINA & SAN FRANCISCO
Conaectins at Yaq'iina wi:tr ti e Trninsof
Oreiron PaM-iric K?nlroal oiiii-aiiy.
SAILlXtr DATES :
FROM FAS FRANVTst O.
Eastern Oreerm. Tnosh'V O-'n'r 11- Y-toi-i"
(ity, Saturday tKtotwr b": li:i..n.!-f a;:,-v,
Tbnrsday OcHiN-r 'ift: Faem (irernn. T'-fl.-y
Octoberii: Va luiiia City. Muiday tkr:elr SI.
FEOJt yavi ika.
WiTTamette Valley, Thm-sday O-fi Jxr 13; E;t
prnOwpa. Tnesdav ei(it-r IS: Yaijuira i vy
Saturday Octolx-r i!: Willan-.rttv Vallev. Thur-djiv
K t.aier 27-. Kaotern Orostai. Twstla.,- Soveml-erfi
rt.rtiina tlty, Stiiiday Xoveliilx r 6. "
The comjry rescn-es the rijht tochar.ge strain,
ers or saittuff drtfs. - "
B. TOBY, ert. F. t P. Aarnf,
SOI Montgomery St., siui 1'ra.iw isi-o. Cat,
0VE81AHD TO CALIFORlilA
0REG0X& CALIFORNIA R. R.
And t'omittT itwia
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Close cmnectiot mwic at Ashland with sta -4
of the Califonua, .regon c Idaho rita Company.
Only 13 f Il- of Htosln;;.
Time between Allwuy and fan Franeseo, :v. hti-s.
California Express Trains Daily.
4:00 i. St.; Ih-myc I-.rtiiiod Arrive !o- t-rivr
s.ti-ip.xi Uw-e AUwny l eave 7it a" m'
S::W A. m.; Arrive Ashland Ix-av.-- : ! r. s""
Local t.enS.r Trains Dally except Sunday
S:0OA. M.: lHVA I'.wli--
12:P. Leave Atbanv
Arrive S:l.- p.
Ia-ave ll :i"A..v,
leave 9:tW . v
2:inr. M.; Arrive Eiisi-iic-
Local Passonger Tratos Dairy feeptl Sunday
K:10 r. M.! Leave -H:.nl
r Jt.j Arnve
p. li. I Leave
Arrive ":.". a. !
Iave 3.t A. x.
Arrive j p. m.
I ea"e J-t.
Pyllman Buffet Sleepers,
Dailj- between Fortlar.d ai-1 hland, fci.-kivyu's
and ban Francisco. '
EMI GRA XT SLEEPING CARS
Between rortla'id and AsLisnd, stkiyrai's
ami siaa yrairciMtt.
FREE OF CHARGE,
th r ,r r T7 T , . i
. ' ' fc nimiw-lftm iriTf
an trv 'ei-u .ir traua on the i;.isi bale-l'W. Irot.t
West Side Divisicn.
PORT I ANrardCORVALLIS:
Matt Train Daily fxcet' Sunday.
7-Sa. m, Lcav Por,Uid .ifr trl 17 "iTT
12.-J5p.wi. Agive nrTtfv I .-avvJ r..'
Express Train ri!y -except Sunday.
4:.-Va p. . 1 Leare roV:iiiTTrr!vrMH'7i"''
Api.TO..t Anatt .Hj-HVlvavs f;1. . 5,it
At A11anv and i't-wvatlis t uiat t w h"traiu"a"
Orcefi l-ae:r.c ra-'r-vad.
j,-Foc full i;.1mtK- 're-siaHu' raas tuana '
ea-.. e;t i: c-T r. .r.r.;u:v - -: ' "
I!. KOl-l-H hi;,' " " j P. RV. FRf '
Tiuliy: !Keel)lcr & Roberts, Lebanon, Or.i
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to any Point ieirei.'4