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Kirkpatrick & Bugler, Mtars.
The manifesto of the New Fmperor
of QsrjRHKyOiasJbeen a cause of pro
found Kratiftcnficn among (lie fri :ma
-of the free govermeut. For, .vhJle still
regarding the throne as the source 'Of
all awthoritj, and containing nit,re or
3c83 of the imprint of the old idea that
rthe people are made for the State, yet
iit manifests at deep, even a tender Inter
est in the welfare of the eovarnea, as
"w ell as a wise regard for the spirit of
progress and for liberal sentiment. The
aiew sovereign shows at once that lie
5s the son of his father anfl thethusbahd
"ofli'.s wife, who oindoubOy imaintains
a steadfast dv.ion toitlie33n;$H-h Idea
of constitutional sgavornment and tflhe
.authority of theipeople as now -.widldad
rthrengfc the British Parliameut. 'But
St is clear 'hftt . the -Einpress is aiot pop
ular. The iron (Trince is credited
with having given the cue to the sentl
aneiUs f tiiepeopie in this direction.
He early spoke of her ?as the "little
English washerwoman who would
tspoil the stock." But he more proba-lilj--meant
"who would make iron rule
lend to advanced ldeas." Eut theques
ftion as to what the Emperor would do
winder the iiiftuenee of traditioniil senti
ment n thear.eihalnd and the impulse
of advance through u the other, Is en
tirely overshadowed by .the question,
Jhovr soou he must die. .And after this
fonaes the question, wAiat will :young
William.fiQ,;andwhat -will tlie Triple
AUiaaaee fiewifcen tChc element of per
sonality 43 gwe? 0ne of the leading
Kuropean -statesmen gars that this al
liance was largely dejn aadeiit lyson the
personal friendship existing Jiatvveen
N illiam of Germany and nsancia-Jo-
:feph of Austria, and will therefore
girobably soon be dissolved. The same
:aitlirity says that Italy dcs not find
ithe nlliacee-t ior advantage, because it
vs costing Tier the Important trade with
France. But how all this may be, time
alone can determine.
Hard work is not the only condition
fto a successful career in life. As a rule
t3ae"hardest-rorked men are the poorest.
Brain is moreSmjwrtant in the struggle
for existence than iust-le. The man
who thinks wisely nd carries his
thought into action is fhe successful
merchant, lawyer, farmer, or minister.
We have all seen poor, toiling, strug
gling men whose cheif mark of distinc
tion was their failure. He who works
without tmnkiii always worts at a:
disadvantage. One thiaker aBtong a
thousand dUars eas make t&wir toil
productive and help Uiem.f-ain a Jiving
which they otherwise would be power
less to secure. As a general thing It is
the men who think that grew rich. ,
Wealth is more generally the result of i
prudence and foresight than of oppres-
; . sion and fraud. There are, it is true,
I many thinking men who misuse and
? abuse their talents and employ them
r ; for their own selfish ends,bnt we believe
it is true that a wise use of mean is the
i--. : law of wealth. It would ke a sad com-
ment on our eivilizatkm to declare that
all who have riz. Lifnve the common
lot of the majority have gained their
prominejttse toy unrighteous means. It
is not inae that vn a majority of the
ric men of the country re dishonest
Indeed we believe that the deepest
Ixa"t v of the world is the result of
poverty f moral character. Eight
thinking and right living are eertainly
essential to success in any pursuit In
life. The man who .attributes nil his
ill-luck in life to klie rascality of the
rich is generally a shifty nobody. There
are ai, too many oppressors among"
the rich but poverty is too frequently
the result of bad management and un
"There is a tide in the affairs of men,"
says Shakespear, 'whk;h taken at the
flood leastn to fortune," The "flood"
" is probably where receipts of business
are greater than the expense, and the
man influenced by a contented mind
will add to his exchequer year after
year, and pile up the accumulations
in dollars and cents, by earnest and
economical effort. This -is evidently
w hat the immortal poet alluded to. It
i applicable in many instances, in our
wn sunny clime, in our "own dear
ouutree." Wfcat a multitnd there are
who become dissatisfied with what the
world gives them in other words, can
not stand prosperity ami yearn for a
hange of location with the belief their
financial condition can- tie improved.
The president has sent to congress a
message recommending legislation to
prohibit the importation of swine from
France and Germany. It is accompc
nie by communications from Minister
Pendleton, and from the U. S. consul
jit Marseilles. The communications are
in the nature statistics showing the
prevalence of eotitagins and infectious
swine diseases in both countries. It is
m account of these diseases that the
presiden t recommends the prohibition j
v.en jusuee wane 01 ine cniteu
Ftatcs Supreme Court died at his rcsi
lence in Washington on Friday morn-
ing March 23 after a brief illness. Jus-
' . ... .,
tice Ai (i p ' was appointed to the su
ptemc Ix'iuh by presid-nt Grant ii
Sosisrtor iBlaiiv of Jew Hamphire,
the author of the Educational bill has
just Introduced another measure over
which the mere question of reference
caused quite a spirited debate. Hit ipro
vides that in. appointments .to civil
service positions the wounded -and dis
abled ex-Con federate soldier shall be
given preference over other tonfeder
ates. .Speeches M'ere made nyrSenators
PIt, Hale, Berry, Blair, Hoar, Rid
dlebergcr, Hampton, George, Mander
son, Daniel and Hawley.
The Smitharn Senators, w'hile ex
pressing the liinfiliest Tee'lhigs for the
generosity and philanthropy which
had prompted the Bntroduetlon of the
ill, disclaimed all desire on the part of
ex-ConTefiurates for the passage of any
su(h exceptional measure, but thought
that as a matter of eourtey nd uni
formity of practice, the bill should be
referred to its appropriate committee.
The Northern Senators were of one ac
cord in condemning the. measure as
envwiae and ill-considered.
fenator .Blair said he had introduc
ed his bill in entire good faith. He
understood ithat in the one state tf
North Carolina, there were to-day 20,
000 ex-soldiers of the Confederacy who
had lost limits in the service, and that
most of them were in poor circumstan
eee. It seemed tothim that if the Gov
ernment under this or any other ad
ministration gave appointstuents to
men who had been disloyal to the
Union, preference should be given to
those who were disable!, (other things
being equafl.) '
The widow of General Hancock will
be preseuted with a handsome brown
stoue.and brick house in tthks city
about the first of April. Some friends
df the late General have been actively
engaged in trying to raise sufficient
money for its purchase, and have met
with success. The lady will take pos
session of her new home at once.
The dozen or more authors who have
been visiting Washington during the
week and giving public readings froni
tlteir works for the benefit oftthe Coi
pyright L,eague, were entertained at
the White House on Alonday evening
after the readings. The old Mansion,
was in gala dress for theeeasion, and
supper was served about midnight.
The. authors want an International
Copyright law, you know, and a bill
to that end has just been reprted to
On Wednesday a terrific thunder
storm caused something of a panicon
Capitol Hill. It was thoaglrt that the
dome had been sarnck ad there was 1
a general resi to see if t"he Goddes of!
Liberty fcad lost her balance. In the
RoSiain'ta the crash was appalling and j
the echoes reverberated up and down
the corridors for some time. Every
electric light in the building was put
out and fiery balls of electricity were
sent through the corridors, cutting off
telegraph communication and giving
the elevator conductors a severe shock.
The flash t4-idh .". jrrtr.ifd the ,
tlrenStw shewed he eljnence of the
! Cogrewwaan r"he foafl the floor, and
sweeping Snfto e press gallery over
the telegrap'h "Mres eaissi tt;e opera
tor at the keys to nea'ke a .astyand
undignified retreat. No real damage
was done to tie Capitol, Whoegli the
presence of the electric errent was
plainly ftt atLHTereist points y men
around meta-l misrk.
Congressman Crain,f Texas, is very
hopeful In regarfl t his Constitutional
amendment ciranirg Inauguration
day. Said he, "the weather -v( the
past two weeks is sufficient to warrant
a change, and I believe the next Presi
dent will lie inaugurated cm the 30th
of April." Mr. Crain will wake an ef
fort to have this question "considered
on the 2nd, proximo. There Is a pro
nounced feeling in the House in favor
of changing Inauguration Day, and !
there is but little doubt t&attfeeeiangt J
will be made.
On Wednesday evening, Belva Lock
wood, looking in health -and spirits,
occupied the platfornt of Orand Army
hall and 'spoke fr an hour and a half
to about loO people Her alleged sub
ject was "Washington's etxial ami po
litical life, feut slic did not allow her
self to I trammeled by it and branch
ed off in different directions.
Speaking of politics she said that as
Blaine had resigned and Geo. W.
Childs and Robert Lincoln and others,
that when Cleveland resigned, fehe also
would publicly tender her resignation.
She believed the coming man would
lie a woman. All she asked for the
District of Columbia at present wac
that the women be a! lowed to vote on
licensing the sahwm. Tle greatest act
of President Cleveland's life she
thought, was that of taking unto him
self Francis Folsom for a wife.
Ref rcsentative O'Neill, of Missouri,
made an aggressive fight yesterday for
the right of labor to be he.ird in the
Patents granted to citizens of the
Pacific State during the past week
and reported expre sly for this paper
hy C. A. Snow & Co., Patent lawyers,
opposite U. S. Patent Office, Washing
ton D. C. P. N. Boots, Paso Robles.
electrieannunciator. H. E. Bradbury,
Banning, Cal., plow attachment. F.
H. Busby, San Francisco, Cal., glove.
W. A, Canipbtll, Portland, Or., shin
gle sawing machine. M. Gage, Gait,
Cal.f automatic whislle attachment.
W. Manson, Colton, Cal., well drill.
J. J. Meston, Portland, Or., Binding
looks. J. V. Welcome, Fort Bid well,
Cal., stirrup attachment.
Why has no one thought ofaTrut
to raise the price of silver bullian? The
big dollar reiterates "In God we Trust '
but something else seerus to be necessary-
Miss Mary Anderson closed her en
gagment iu Ixndon a few days ago and
was the recipient of an extraordinary
ovation. The theater was packed to
the utmost. The audience was com
posed of the elite of the city. Miss
Anderson was called before the cur
tain seven times. She made a neat.
j I riff sjieeeh, wrhicn was tumultuously
applauded. "God bless you MaryT'
reSounded in farewell tribute. A dis-
- prteh from Booth and Barrett, in San
Francisco, of hearty congratulation
i aT,d wmiilimeiit, ( ame to her. It was
j the grUt triumph ever achieved bv
- i 7 . , - ,
an American player in London.- The
;plny was Shakespcar's "Winter's
Beard & Vates kccivj a complete
slock uf (11mj1 books aud kc.UshiI mw-
(Good forly-ttnith wood harrows at
Ctuson'a for $8 50.
revei'sable harrows it
Spriiis-tooth harrows at Cruscui's
(io to Cruson.s for farm Implements
J. S. CWaSTNEY, M. I.
PlfYSICIAN AND SCttQEOS.
DoBtnuc V1( Word.
In promitlprtting esoteric cogitations
or articulatinupcrficial sentimental
ities and pWHvsopliical or psychologi
cal observiftMina, beware of platitudi
nous pouuevoi'vty. Let your state
ments posses; :a -clarified conciseness,
coalescent consitilencv nnd conci'iitra-
ted eoiiencv. ffi-schew all eonjjlomera
tions bf ikti.leut garrulity, jejeune
babblement a:& asinine affectations.
Let your esctomporanwus descantings
ana unpremeottatea cxpatitatlons have
intelli!:ibttitw aufl veracious vivacity
without rhoflrmantade or thrasonical
bombast. Setlulousiiy avoid all polysvl-
lunc proruntsitv, rpsittaceoua vacuity
and vandiloqKentwapidity; shun dub
le entendree.ii rr.rlent. In other words
talk plainly anil sensibly, and truth-
tuuy ssy tlifft'C'nuitnni Keeps tne only
complete aun'k f Hardware and
Farming inniiniwaiits in Iebanon.
$i!0O0 to loan onrlrsst-class real estate
securi'y by A. li. Cyrus fe Co.
Money to loan, 'fcv Curran & Mon
tolth. Albttrrc. Ovegnn. tf
No Cure, Ms Pay.
Piles cured w ithout caustics, ligcra
ture or Kniie, iy
Jit. 3..A.. Lamhersox.
Insure your prfixirj ifct a home com-
Fany the Northwest Fire and Marine
nsuram-e company, IT lortland Ore
on. A. IL (J-rua, "agmit, Jebanon Or.
For a good meal,.jit the City
taurant Alluusv. St?eilkn-JE nts.
Energj'Avni do. almost anything but
it cannot exist if fce blod" is impure
and limves slugg'wlfry in tlie veins.
There is nothing so gVlbT cleansing
the bhxHband imparting enorgy to the
system n .Vyerr-w iawaiitrfll!U Price
fl. Sixibtrttfes T. :ol( l fliuggists.
A slight cold often 'prov R2ie fore
rurinfr vf a complaint M.hU'a may le
fatal. Avoid this result by taking
A3 er's Cherry Pec-toral, thc l est inn
edy for ctlds, roughs and .all throat
and lung diseases.
When, by Teason of a ci!d from
any other cause, "the ecTetar- organs
betpme fiferoilereil, . they may W stimu
lated toliejilthv action 'bv the use of
Ayer's 'atharti Pills. "Sold by all
dealers in medicine.
W fxX-vv n r. thai are f rrtfTil.if5vlsn.
-UVVJ cross, or troubled wilh
Windy Colic, Teething Vmns, or
Stomach Disorders, can hm Tt-lioTed
-it once by using Aclrer' Tlnbr .Soother.
' contains no Opium or Jlorphine,
Hence is afe, JVice cn!s. isuM by
J. A. lk-:ird, Druirist.
This eKct?Ient f-rtnrtcsra for th
hair, luaylvfMind on ::rie-.'t the fol
lowing places: .M. A. MillE. i-elwnon;
Starr fc rtanard, W. tsVwi'n and M.
iackson, Krown -illn; F". A. Watts,
Shedd; C. tfray iilsey, Sjraiple btt
tles fix-e. Call and svt one.
thonsands Bnltering from As&ana, Con
sura ption. Coughs, etc Did yea ever try
Acker's English BemedyT It is the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
sold on a positive guarantee at 10c, 60c
J. A. lk-ard, Jrn? gi-t.
Ci,...,, the Children. 3Sey are es
VJlWV; pecially 1W sadden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, "MTvwcping Congh.
etc We guarantee Arfcori English
Remedy a positive en re. It eaves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold by
J. A. Beard, Drags ist.
2v ot c Blood EEslr Is the only
tions or Syphilitic Poise??. It purifies tlie
whole system, and feeMPhwall Khenmatic
and Nesralgie raiaa. VV puaranteo it.
J. A. Beard, lH uggist.
Ayer's ParsajmrTIla was the first nc
cesful lilood welhine vvt-r offend to
the puhlio. Tlrts tvrtration 9
M in t lie hifrlnt pldic rstimation
both at home and abroad. Its niiracu
lmis cunn and inimoe pjiKb show
thia. Aslt your iru5itst for it.
V rvvx vv Of tlw food thinirsof this
VU jife ar sorrowfully let
alone on account of D;pcpsia. Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets will core Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Const ition; sold oa a
positive guarantee at 23 and 60 cents, by
J. A. Beard, Diucg'st.
Day and Night
1 "hi ring an tent attack ot Bronchitis, a
ceaseless tickling in the throat, and an
exhausting, backing congh, afflict the
enfferer. Sleep is banished, and great
prostration follows. This disease U also
attended with Hoarseness, and. some
times Loss of Voice. It is liable to be
come chronic, involve the lungs, and
terminate fatally. Ayer's Cherry Pecto
ral affords speedy relief and cure in cases
of Bronchitis. It controls the disposition
to congh, and induces refreshing sleep.
I have been a practising physician for
twenty-four years, and, for tlie past
twelve, have suffered from annual at
tacks of Bronchitis. After exhausting
all the usual remedies
I tried Ayer's pherry Pectoral. It
effected speedv enre. G. Stoveall,
M. D., Carroll ton, MSf-s.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is decidedly the
best remedy, within my knowledge, for
chronic Bronchi! is, ami all lung diseases.
51. A. Rust, M. I)., South Paris, Me.
I was attacked, last winter, with a
severe Cold, which grew worse and
settled on my Ivungs. By night sweats
I was reduced almost to a skeleton. My
Congh was incessant, and I frequently
pit blood. My physician told me to
give up business, or 'l would not live a
month. After taking various remedies
without relief, I was finally
Cured By Using
two bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I am now in perfect health, and able to
resume bnsiness, after having been pn
nounced incurable with Consumption.
S. P. Henderson, Saulsburgh, Peun.
For vears I was in a decline. I had
weak lungs, and suffered from Bron
chitis and Catarrh. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral restored me to health, and 1 have
been for a long time comparatively vig
orous. In case of a sudden cold I always
resort to tlie Pectoral, and find speedy
relief. Edward K. Curtis, KutlauU, Vt.
Two years sot I suffered from a severe
Bronchitis. The physician attending
me became fearful that thedisease would
terminate in Pneumonia. After trying
various medicines, without benefit, he
presTibed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
which relieved me at once. I continued
to take this medicine, and was cured.
Ernest Colton, Logans port, Ind. ft
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Frrpared by Dr. 3. C. Aycr k Co., Lowell, Max.
Fold by 11 tmisgiirt. ftVc f 1 ; ii bottles, 1.
C. li. MONTAOUliS COLUMN.
Hut the old Wheel " Horse
lijaeps oa forever.
will as usual keep on the even
tenor of his trav, selling goods
to the iop!e of Lehanou and
vicinity at his well known
low prices for Cash or coun
try produce. His stock at all
times will be kept as full as
the market will warrant. Kx
ery attention will le given to
serve t!u wants of our custom
ers and frieiuls. Should vou
not find the article to euit vou
in his mammoth establish
ment, he will pet it for you if
you wish, by freight or ex
press, with no exorbitant
profit added unto the sum.
In order to svstematizc
I have uiven over that most
wearisome branch of business
to Mr. C. M. Talbott.with
whom I expect each and ev
en. person indebted to ine to
settle without saving "Well
knov mv old friend Charlie
will wait tin me." Gentle
men I must have my money
now. Everbody that is in
debted to C. B. Montague is
cordially invited to come in
and settle their account.
Don't wait to be dunned, but
come at once and pay up I
am compelled to resort to a
systematic plan for collecting
all outstanding debts due me.
and shall expect to have my
books all balanced up in a
very short time. When you
read this don't think it means
somebody else, "thou art the
man." I need money and
money I must have, and if
you ever want to do C. B.
Montague a kindness, do it
now In- paying Vour account.
Me needs money and needs it
than were ever efl'ered in Ielv
anon will be offered at the
Mammoth (.'ash hUore of C.
It. Montague for the next 00
days for cash and all kinds of
C. B- Montague
has twenty-five thousand dol
lars worth of choice goods to
be sold during the next CO
days at unprecedented low
prices, to parties who pay
cash or produce.
your hides, sheep pelts, 'furs,
of all kinds, butter, eggs and
poultry, ami Montague will
give you more goods for them
during the next 00 days than
you have ever been offered be
fore. I sav just what I mean
and mean what I say, and all
who take advantage of the
above offer will strike a bo
nanza. The only -'- - ---
of clothing in Ijebanon is at
the big Cash Store of C. B.
Montague which will be sold
away down during the next
GO tlays to ready-pay custom
of Boots and Shoes, an im
mense stock at the Mammoth
Cash Establishment of C. B.
Montague, to bo sold exceed
ingly cheap during the next
GO days for cash or produce.
THIS F.XIX. JLND WINTER.
Why dont yct 150 to BLAIN, the
Tjeader im Clotllaing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADES,
From Eastern Factories.
Nobbj Patterns & Stjles, Cheap.
MRGAINS IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. We are eonfldent of Pleoan yon. All
we at is the ijiportttnny or
Through our Stock.
WE ATJV) KE1T IX STOCK
The Celebrated BrmsiIHi Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
Leudins CTthier and ilwhaint Tailor,
A LH- NT, C)RKfJOX.
C. B. ROLAND & Co
New Store, Hew Goods,
Hats, Cai, Boots, 8loes, (liolcc
Selections in Fancy Summer Neck
Wear, Silk Underwear, BuUtrijyjan
Underwear, Fish, Clark fc Ftagg's
Tlie very Best make of Hand Sewed
Shoes, and the very Iatcst Styles
in Mens' Hoy.-' nn Youths' Cloth
ing. All the Celebrated makes of
HATS IX EVERY STYLE.
OI R S-TtK K CONSISTS OV
Bright New Fresh Goods,
Ami as honest, fair and square
dealing Is our motto, we axk the
public to call and get price.
C. B. Roland & Co.,
One door West Revere house, Albany.
BUIIKHAKT A BIL.YEU, Fropr.
Livery Sale &
Southeast nner of Main and Sherman
Fine Buggies, Hacks,
Good Reliable Horses-
Goinir to BrownfTli1e, WaV-rlnti, Swet-l
Home, 8t i, and ail 'parts of
All Kinds of Teaming Done
II E ASO" A BLEU ATES.
gurkhart & Bilycu.
MRS. G. W. RICE,
lilliiior", Imitation, Oiv.,
HASJCST RlX'KlVEl) HER
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Rib
bons, Etc., Etc.
Call and get Prices on Goods
W. J. GUY, Proprietor.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Main St. Otpor,lt St. Charlua Hotel.
HAY FOR SALE.
Mr. S Reynolds has for sale,
at the Cruson place,
10 Tons of Timothy Hay
For particulars, apply to
A. C.'Chvrchiu., Tiebanon.
TI1K IVJLiJW COlirSEli- GROCKIIY
Groceries and Provisons, Tobacco and
WHITE CROSS BAKING POWDER.
Pure Sugar, Maple Sj'rup, Confectionery, Crockery, Glassware.
NOTIONS, FURNISHING GOODS.
Lebanon and Albany Flour Bran and Chop.
KAILS ATS-Il itorE,- '
New Orleans Molasses, Fine Pickles, Chipped Beef, Spices, Mustard, Candies
and Nuts. . ' "
CANNED GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
Buyers of Groeeries, and persons having Butter, Eggs anl Chickens to sell, wiU
finl it greetly to their advantage to call and Examine my goods. T. C. PEEBLER.
CBEGOKIAR RAILWAY COIPAHT.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
fin int flpr J'i. t. 1NS. tnt until further tio-tU-c
trains wtliron daily (except tunlarj ss lot
rl.urx Mail.tj I'ortl Mail.
. ii STATIONS. TZ
ftivm I".l- ' Tor1 Part-
UikI. ' Ud.
I.t .: a. rt
Foot of Uuruln St. jj
st. pr. l'
Fren-h Hnirie, j;
Ar 6.U0 p. za.
I - 1.
. 1 Tow ntnl. N
Si M-K. 1
;j H.vm'i I
ii M. Ansel,
1 K.n ti . !
Jnhnvnn'a Mill, i
Tjl i'le Jisnctton, J
i; Sl" I
!! We stan, I
! 1 Nfrt h S.titf iam,
i 1). P. Tnin.
j Wrt jo.
: Tai'.iiian. ,
fln tsi iV.e.
4 A :
r. r.yi.' All
I.V I t.
fommtimlion 71-ketat two rents per mile oa
sale at M4m baring A pent.
T!n with Pwner, Freight atvt Elrr.
run Mra!e t-tu FirtRhl.
Fn icht frntti form rirt!aivl. Mmul". Wednes
day and Thnr.!a. Towards PortiaiKl. Tues
day.. lhuralajrianl Saliinlara.
funneeilnn at Rt and Fnlqiiiirtx ljutdlnes
ith iK'anier fity of Patera" frf Saiera M-jtn1ay
1 eilneir end Fritl r4itmin fnm Safc-ra
Tiiewlav.. ThTirlays and Samrd-s. eeinne-ttric
anli Ijint nitd WVt Side psntrer train. Steam
er '-i 'il y nf Salem make transiVr lietween Ray'a
and Fukinartz Laiidini daiiy. Sundays excepted.
rriAi". S. STOTT. Reeeirer.
ineral friee. K. W. CorntT First and Pine 51',
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG.
Boots and Shoes.
THE LARGEST STOCK IK THE CITY.
Bought Exclusively for
Cash from the Manufac
turers. Every Pair Warranted.
For Ladies, Misses & Children,
FIRST KTRKKT, ALBANY, Ob.
V. I. CYI1US,
Real Estate Ag't and No
tary Public, and '
GEN'L INSURANCE AG'T
Docs a Oeneral Agency
Insuranoe, Agrlcultual Imple
ments, Doors and Windows.
ORGANS asd S1TING MA
CHINES. Give mc a Call at Dr. rowcll's Old
(Opposite Burkhart & BSlyee1 Livery Stable.)
NEW S T O R E I
Fresh Goods ! Low Prices !
KEEBLER & ROBERTS, Prop'rs,
VTE HAVE JUST OPENED OUT A COMPLETE JLINE OF
Tobaccos and Cigars,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, Etc.,
Which we ofitr to the Tropic of Lebanon and tlcUrity at the
Lowest Living Rates for Cash, Hides Furs, and
all kinds of Farm Produce.
COME AT) JE 3ES XJ
Kecblcr & Roberts, Lebanon, Or.
BEARD & YATES,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- axd -:- SIedicines
-Paints, Oils and Glass.!
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main Sfrcrtf tebanvn, Oregon.
A. C CHURCHILL.
Iron, Steel and Com!, Cat reenter Tool. i
Wnson. 3Xnteviul. IJwillers Hardware. 1 ;
Hope and Cordngc. Io-vcle, Slaot, etc.
UlackMrnlthM' Supplies. GUmtPowder. .
Wngons and UfiaTjjiea. Saws and Axes. -
1 ; . ; t' '
Agriciiltual ' Implements.-
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