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VU1PAY, MAY 4, 1BSS.
jONAL AND OTHERWISE
Grand Fimunu's hall tonight,
Fred Feebler vent to Stayton on last
The clttr.en of Albany are organis
ing a luul of trade.
M. A. Miller ami J. A. Heard paid
Brownsville a flying vlU Sunday.
FA Kellenhefger departed monday,
morning for Turner, Marion Co., Or.
Rev. Walton Sklpwnrth haa our nest
thanks for typographical assistance
Mrs. Abe Fnwr, of Salem, and uls
ter of Harvey Klme, is now In Lchan
on on a visit.
Mr. IV. M. Reynolds and family
'movvd to Albany Tuesday, where they
w ill wxide in the future.
y Buhl & Kellenberger have old the
Jebanon meat market to a Mr. Joe
Huh), formerly of Astoria.
J. H. Btlne starts to-morrow morn
ing for ltodin, V. T. Mr. Ftlne con
templated going into business ntthnt
lWn, In Waterloo, Linn county Or.,
May 1, 1JWS, to the wife of 8. A. IV
Van ny, a daughter. Weight 9J round.
Mr. F. II. Uosooc, formerly of Lei
inou, now a resident of Albany, paid
this place a vllt on Kunday last. Leb
anon lost a good citizen when Frank
went to Albany.
Mr. James Foster of Albany, lias for
the past few days leen visiting the
Soda Sininca, four miles south of
Ijtrbauon, where he was wry much
Everylicrlv should lake In the Fire
man's ball to-night, ami thu enable
them to purchase running suits for the
tournament, which is to take place in
Kast Portland next June.'
f There Is some talk of having a tele
phone wire to run lctween Lebanon
and Albany in the near future. Huch
an enterprise would le highly appreci
ated by both the above places.
ffi II. K. Parrish and I.. J. Peterson have
ttought the Mountain house, situate! 4V
miles east of I.-bituon, on the W. V. A
C f. wngou road, and will during the
coining summer, endeavor to accommo
date man and beast at that place.
rvallis UwsrV.of liaving one man
ho occupies the poeiY.'oji of fighting
fditor, pencil shover, news guiftw!-,
type writer, editor uf the, Heton t.ra
alo attorney, lawyer, dt-puty ,ros
veuting attorney, and t-eutral etwnmit
tcman for Benton county on the Dem
ocratic side. !-.. O
The case of the state of Grego'i
against Tom Williams now "pending
in Grant county, is attracting eons
crable attention. Williams is the roan
who shot "Pelcr the Poet," at JMg
Creek lns.t January, and lies bern In
dicted licfore the grand jury for stult
w ith Intent to kill.
Died, in I.'bann, Linn county Or.,
April 2$, 1SSS, Archie, son of IX II.
and 11. A. Peterson, rigcd 7 years.
"W w mn ih anirels who mrt him there,
TUe (rates of ihe oily we tmild IK tee,
over tin? river, over ihe river, (
My r'.-r'.Ing wands Halting to weliwee me."
The funeral services were conducted
at the house at 2 o'cLk-K Sunday the
th by IIjv. Walton Skioworlh.
The steamer Telephone that was
burned near Astoria a few month ago,
is lieing rebuilt at Portland. f?he will
le launched aliout the first of may.
The tonnage of this boat will tie great
ly increased, while her draft will be
diminished arid her speed will also be
Increased. Mr. 8eely one of the owners
thinks she will make 30 miles an hour.
This boat will run be teen Portland and
A short time since a fallow turned up
in Ashland, frm no one knew where,
calling him-i if Dr. Healey, and had
ojytHl an exhibition, the chief and
only fivtractton of which was the al
leged remains of the notorious despcra-!
do, Jcxse Jame. Wax figure or what !
ever it was, it looked like Jesse James, 1
and it bore ail the bullet holes whicl
marked the genuine remains of the de
parted celibrity. With him was a
companion, who was supposed by
Miiie to lie Frank James, but did not
seem inclined to exhibit himself.
If we arc to make any display of our
patriotism by celebrating the coming
anniversary of American independence
it is almoKt time some move was being
i made in that direction. We do not
' know what the custom. of the people
In this vicinity ha been in this mat
ter, lait we do know there is no good
reason why we should not celebrate
thii great day ns well as it ean be
done by the people of any other place.
Let us celebrate. - We suggest that the
Initiatory steps be taken by our citi-
seens soon, and
made in time.
anix'e preparations be
There will be a large cmniigration to i
the Willamette valley m the near fut- !
tire, and it will be the part of wisdom
to be prepared for it. To farmers we
would say, rebuild and repair your old
fences, remove those unsightly patches
of brush from the corners of the fields,
and along the swales, drain tiie wet
places, repair the houses and bams,
prune and renovate those old fruit
trees; slick up things generally and
our word for R, you will enhance the
value of your property 25 to 100 per
cent. Then last but not least, sub
scribe for the Lebanon Express, pay
the printer and be hnppy.
Just as some of the weather-wise
were beginning to talk wisely about
the weather, and aay, "we are going to
have a dry season, and if we do, what
will become of the fanner the gen-
--$ls--refreshing rain comes down, and
Moon all nature is smiling, the crops are
assured, and the farmers are saved.
We had a most refreshing ram last S&t-
urday, and that lias been followed by
-gentle showers at intervals since, that
tive promise of an abundant harvest of
grain and grass, while the oreliards as
sure us of a large yield of'all the kinds
of fruit for which Oregod is so famous."
'Vhile some of our brethern in the
- wr states are just being re-
1 OLD BY COURUSIUNDKNTS
Ueoi-grt C'oahow paid I'orvaltla A visit
dining the past week.
Mlss Lenora Kay, accompanied O.
P. Coshow Jr. and wife to Portland.
Miss Dllla Ptanard an Wednesday
departed for Albany to visit friends.
Ed. fitnrr, of I falser, paid his broth
er Dr. I. W. ft:irr, a visit dining the
A. M. Curl and family on Wednes
day last departed for Belo, from which
place they will proceed to Qrass valley
Waseo county, Or.
The Children of J, K. Atkins of
Hillsborough, guests of I lev. Carpus
t perry and family, are rapidly recov
ering from their recent sjhII of sick
ness. Perclval lUgg, have sold their
right, title, and good will of their meat
market, slaughter house and butcher
ing business to J. 11. Thompson, who
will In the future supply the public de
mand at the old stand.
O. P. CVhow Jr., secretary of the
It. W. M. Co., accompanied by his
wife and child, on Saturday left for
Portland, where they will remain a
short time, proceeding thence to Me
Minnvllle to visit relatives.
The child of John Blhger. getting po
scsslon of a bottle of medicine, sam
pled the contents of the same, and now
has a thorough knowledge of the ef
fects of crotott oil. Fortunately the
little fellow experienced no serious ef
fects from the unpalatable drug.
, The frequent warm showers of larf
week were of great leneflt to gardens
and crops, materially helping the far
mer in his summer-follow ploughing.
Judging from present apiarenoes the
fruit yield will be greatly In advance
of any previous years in this locality.
On Wednesday, Itev (I. It. Cairn,
finished a most successful protracted
meeting of two week duration at the
Raptist church, administering 4 the
rijiht of baptism, by hi'inrrslon to
twelve converts, and on Wednesday
morning bidding adieu tu I-rovnvllle
friends, departing for Atrla, from
thence to Taeonia, W. Y., at which
place he will hold a prvt ratted meeting
for the ensuing three weeks.
The Local IuaUaHc for Division No.
U Linn wwuf, will be held at Urowns-
vllte beginning Friday evening May
II,. .with the following prgramm,
Which will be fat hfully tarried out:
"iW i. m.
Music by 11. M. association.
Address by Iter. Mr. tiitteus.
Solo by Addie (Stbler.
Recitation by Miss Hattie IjOtig.
Music bv association.
BATVRDAY MOHXIM), OiW.
Annals by J. D. IJoyer.
Methods of teaching geography by
Metluxls of teaching spelling by Miss
.5 School rMm decoration by Mrs.
Brown of Ix-tmnon. .
Method of teaching LT. history
by Mr. Hunt of Lebanon.
Methods of teaching manners and
morals by Mr. Shanks.
Song by It. M. association.
Address by O. P. Coshow.
Solo by Addie tlibler.
Recitation by Kdna Dyson.
Quartette "Profundo Ilasso."
Address by C II SUsnard.
Recitation by Addie tlibler.
Song "Jolly Johiiathan."
The most satisfactory developments
that are being made at the Ulue river,
Calipooya and McKinsie mines, these
being a continuation of the same min
eral belt are creating wme excitement
anions; the prtw)ectors and miners in
this section. Although but a limited
amount of work has as yet been done,
sufficient in uiot eases to legally hold
claims; the returns that have been re
cciced from cropping, are nnt flat
tering. Messrs. Waters, lilanchard
and Young, the locators of the "An
nie" claim, have during the past week
received certificates of away, showing
from 80 to 00 ounces of silver to the
ton, and varying from ?S0 to fOO in
value. Arrangements are now being
made to thoroughly develop these
claims, a force of men will be put on
who will push work during the sum
mer months. Although placer mining
has been carried on in a small way,
colors of gold being obtained from all
the streams heading from the Cal
ipooya range of mountains; this is the
first year that attention lias been paid
: to quartz, and the subsequent discov
ery of what would seem to be exten
sive lodes of silver-bearing rock. This
region being easy of access by the Cali
pooya trail, sixty miles from lirowns
vi!le, in a well wooded and watered
locality, without the extremes of dry
or cold climate, offers all inducements
to tho.-e desirious of prospecting an im
mense era of country as yet undevelop
ed, and although some claims have
been located, there is yet enough left
for all in the large expanse of the min
eral belt of this section. In all proba
bility a lively miniug camp will be es
tablished at Treasure City this sum
mer when the locators and present
owners of the "Lucky Roy," Messrs.
Dyson, Standish, Moore and others,
have already erected log cabins and
made some provisions for comfort.
During the past week a number of mi
ners and accompanying pack animals
haA'e passed through Brownsville des
tined for the Blue and Calipooya mines,
and the developments of this summer
will show whether "there's luck in
it," or not. T. S. P.
List of unclaimed letters remaining
in the post office at Lebanon Or. May
Balc h, Tli os.
Great house, D.
Ilulton, Mary E.
Pay lav, Tarlton . .
Moody, Rev. B. F.
McGee, Itev. W. V
Pluinmer, E. J
JUley, Mrs. Thos.
Proceedings nf the teachers1 Institute
of district No. 2. at Tangent, April i:
The institute was called to order by
Mr. Herron, and In the absence of the
regular officers, It. W. Herron was
chosen chairman, and W, A. McGee
secretary. Mr. Z. T. Trnlove and Miss
Minnie McFarland were appointed
The subject, primary muling, Mas
Introduced by Mr. Burt. He said that
reading should be taught while the
child is young and the organs tender
and flexible. Pronouncing words Is
Mr. Hunt said the teacher should
tell the class how to study the lesson.
Mr. McGee dd we should strive for
method. Ills mot hod being to re
quire the pupil to repeat what Is rcrtd.
Mr. Ti-uelove would bssIru a short
lesson and try h get out nil that was
Involved In tht subject. ,
Mr. Hunt doe not believe In the
repetition of sentences but requires the
pupil to narrate the story read.
Several other sfkers followed, and
several method-' ' J ro thoroughly dis
cussed. . ' , .
A humorous recitation was given by
Master Hoy IJrewcr.
A W. A. Mt tlKR,
, Sec. proteni.
The Tangent brass Iw.nl called the
teacher1 together after dlntur with
sonic eot llent musk.
i The enrollment showed the follow
ing teachers, present:
A. W Moses, Tangent; H. W. Her
ron, Tangent; Miss Minnie McFar-
Und, Tangent; O. P. Russet, Halsey;
J. M. Williams, Habvy; Z. T. True
love, Talltnan; C. S. Hunt, Icbanmi:
W. A. McGee, Sodaville; J. F. Yates,
Albany; Geo. H. Burt, Shedd; Mr.
San ford, Shedd.
Mr. McGee was called to the chair
and Mr. Hermit opened the discussion
on primary" arithmetic Th'-re are two
extremes, lie said, In teaching arithme
tic, the one llng to start the pupil in
a book, the other to keep him counting
and arranging objects; he would choose
the golden mean ltween these two.
The text book he would not use, but
would give lessons on the black board
and from slips of pajer. He Illustra
ted his methods and gave an excellent
Mr. Hunt spoke In favor of using ob
jects In the first lessons until the pupil
could count and combine numbers
Mr. Burt would also use objects, t.int
being natures way of teaching e tilt
ing. Mr. Williams said that more depend
ed upon the teacher than upon the
particular method. The woik should
te full of life and vivacity.
Mr. Russell opened the discussion on
percentage and said that he wot Id fol
low the text lok closely.
Mr. Williams illustrated ana y sis in
percentage by analyzing a problem
through It various eases. lie also
spoke a few minutes on conSound
numbers, stating that they sh'tuld be
taught expei (mentally t-o fira. practi
cable, and that the pupiU should le re
quired to do much work In measuring
outride the school room, inclining
boards, Pits, fields, itc.
Mr. Hunt agreed with the method
and would extend it to all the tablet.
Mr. Yutes would teach the tables
first ahd apply theai practically after
ward. A recess of a few minutes was taken
during which the band played several
excellent pieces of music.
I'pott motion of Mr. Hunt, the sul-
jeet of grading district schools was ta
ken up and thoroughly discussed by
the institute, all the teachers spoke In
favor of it.
The critics report was called for and
showed that the usual number of mis
takes had been made in grammar and
The work of the afternoon was in
terspersed with music by the band ami !
recitations by pupils of the Tangent!
school as follows: !
Ree. "For Better or For Worse."
Miss Georgie Beard.
Rec "The Dying California n." Miss'
R?e. "The Big Giant." Master Har
Rec "We Have Been Friends To
gether." Miss Ella Anderson.
The evening session was held In the
church and the following programme
was carried out:
Hong "Homeless To-Night." by
Song "Come Where The Lillies
Bloom.' By choir.
Address "What Shall our Young
Folks Read." J. M. Williams.
The institute adjourned to meet at
Albany in Soptemlier, and an invita
tion was extended to district No. 1 to
meet with district No. 2, and hold a
Sec. Dist.' No. 2
As no report of the institute held re
cently at Lebanon has been sent in by
the secretary, I send you the following
brief account of the meeting. The
forenoon was spent in discussing the
subject of "whispering and how best to
prevent it." After tliesudject had been
most thouroughly and earnestly dis
cussed by nearly all ot the teachera
present the institute adjourned untill
2 P. M. Primary, intermediate and
advance reading was then taken up,
and methobs of teaching the same were
given and discussed. A committee
was appointed to arrange a program to
tie carried out at the next meeting to
tie held at Brownsville May, llih.
Adjourned until 7-10 P. M. The even
ing exercises consisted of recitations,
exercise-eon g and music by the pupils
of the Lebanon public school, short
speeches from Profs. Williams, Gilbert
Childers, and interesting papers by
M. A. Miller and C. B. Montague.
The names of the teachers present, as
nea-' y as I can remember arc as follows:
V. Herron, B. A. Childers, M. R.
S. C. Curl, J. M. Williams, J.
Virt, Mitchell, Chas. Smith, J.
'-'J.yt. Cyrus, Truelove, J.-L7
J ,.C. S. Hunt, Miss
Gilbert, Miss Jennie Cyrus, Mies Lytlla
Charlton, Miss M. Reynolds.
Teachers we hope to Bee you all pre; -ent
at our next meeting at Brownsville
as I consider such meetings highly
beneficial to our advancement.
Ciia. S. Hl'XT.
Oregon A I pin (lab.
We are In receipt of the following
letter from the Oregon Alnlue Club i t
Portland Or. As the object of the club
sec ins to lie the dissemination of scien
tific information, In regard; to the re
sources of Oregon, we cheerfully give it
a place in our column. '
IVitTLAMi, Oft. April a5, 1888. -To
Ihe r.utuhni iif tho Ex mew.
It is on pleasant duty to call your
earnest-at tent Ion to the successful or
ganization of the Oregon Alpine Club,
On institution which In course of time,
If It receives the support of yourself
and the citUeus of our lienutlful state
who have at heart the welfare of Ore
gon, will prore of the greatest lienefU
and anvantage, not only to our lelov
ed state, but Indirectly to yourself and
the country at large.
The alms and purposes of this club
are so manifold and extensive that the
limited space of this communication
forbids an enumeration of them, but
we would simply state that the club, if
properly aided, will liecome one of the
most powerful mediums in making
Oregon known to the world and ele
vate it to its rightful place among oth
er countries. Oregon not only equals
In Its natural resource's any other state
of the Union, but possesses In its grand
scenery, second to none In the world, a
source of wealth unknown abroad and
almost entirely unappreciated at home.
The Oregon Alpine Club compre
hends as an essential organic element a
competent staff of "savants" capable of
Investigating, discussing and making
known the abundance and variety of
Oregon's fauna, flora, mineral wealth,
salubrlety of climite, mineral waters,
e'.e jelc, thu J calling the attention of
the scientific world to a field rich be
yond description. By such Intelligent
publication another important aim is
to attract to tills, beautiful ami unsur
passed country the attention of the ev
er and rapidly increasing number of
tourists who travel for pleasure and re
creation, as well as thosa who travel
rr scientific purposes and In quest . '
reliable Information. If you will con
sider, as proved by statistics, that
thousands of the Inhabitants of Swltt-
erlaud live on the proceed of tourist
travel, which yearly throws million
into the lan of the Hw iss, and that our
Oregon and In fact the whole north-
wi-st in reiraru to scenery, stands sec
ond to no country m the world, and
you will ttegln to understand how ini-
iMH-taut It is, not only for you but for
every cltfeen of Oregon, that adequate
supMrt should be given to tins organ
This club Is not a money-making in
stitution; it aim are loftier, and the
Insignificant sacrifice it requires of its
members (one dollar entrance ree ana
fifty cents monthly ilues) puts mem
liervhln within reach of every one who
desires to promote the Intere-sts of our
We cordially Invite you to join our
ranks, reeling convince! that you will
gladly embrace an opportunity to -sjst
in a work of ho grert public lui-
P. SCHI'LF.Ih DAYllM OLF.
K. OL1U4N HORFFT-" W. G. STKKL,
W. A. WKTZKI.L, O. It. BROWN
GF.O. H. HIMF.S.
Committee on Membership.
J. A. Winter. Photographer, I In
Brownsville for the summer, and 1
prepared to make photos In the latest
siyics aiiu uuicrein izcs.
To AM. WHOM IT MAY OIXCKKX:
All iersons knowing theuisclvefttobc
indebted to me win call ami settle tne
same. All accounts due me must lie
settled by the loth day of Jie 1XS8 as
I intend to close up my business at this
time. O. W. Smith.
April, 18th, iww.
Leiiakox, On., April 27.
Wheat COr? hv l.Ushil.
Outs 40e per Imshel.
Flour H per harrel
Potatoes 5H' x r tumliel.
Kpgs i.jc per dozen,
liutter 25c per lh.
Lnrl 0erl2Jc iHr fl.
Apidea, green Tide jKr huxhel.
Apples, dried RcliK' ir lb.
l'lumH, dried incf 121c per lb.
l'runcw, dritHl l(K12lc wr lb.
IlaniH 12c mt t'.
rhouldcrH Ti-aSc per B
Haeon K)c per tb.
t'ml Oil $1 25 ier 5 gallon can or
2 25 per case.
The eye are always in sympathy with
the body, and afford an excellent tndex
ot its condition. When the eyes become
weak, and the lids inflamed and sore, it
is an evidence that the system has
become disordered by Scrofula, for
which Ayer'a Sarsaparilla is the best
Scrofula, which produced a painful In
flammation in my eyes, caused me much
suffering for a number of years. By the
advice of a physician I commenced taking
Ayer's Saraaparllla. After using this
medicine a short time I was completely
My eyes are now in a splendid condi
tion, and I am as well and strong as ever.
Mrs. William Gage, Concord, N. H.
For a number of years I was troubled
with a humor in my eyes, and was unable
to obtain any relief until I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This medi
cine has effected a complete cure, and I
believe it to be the best of blood puri
fiers. C. E. Upton, Nashua, H. II.
From childhood, and until with a few
months, I have been afflicted with Weak
and Sore Eyes. I have used tor these
complaints, with benencial results,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and consider it a
great blood purifier. Mrs. C. Phillips,
I suffered for a year with inflamma
tion in my left eye. Three ulcers formed
on the ball, depriving me of sight, and
causing great pain. After trying many
other remedies, to no purpose, I was Anal
ly induced to use Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
three bottles ot this medicino I have been
entirely cured. My sight has been re
stored, and there is po sign of inflamma
tion, sore, or uicr in my eye. Kendal
T. Bowen. Sugar Tree Kidge, Ohio.
My daughter, ten years old, was afflict
ed with Scrofulous Sore Eyes. Huring
the last two vears she never saw light of
any kind. Physicians of the highest
standing exerted their skill, but with no.
permanent success. On the recommen
dation of a friend I purchased a bottle of
A ver's-Sarsaparilla, which my daughter
" commenced taking. Before she hal V"
the third bottle her sight was restored.
Her cure is complete. W. E. But her.
lar - Evangelist, Shelby City, Ky. tt
for cash or prolueo nnl that's
what we are going to Bell
for after May 1st. Wo are
wear' of the oll way of doing
business on long-windeil time.
c think the time has come
when the old Bystem of doing
business should be laid aside,
at any rate we projwise to try
?' J I '
and we give vou otir
mat we snail not ojien any
more new accounts, and wt
are frank to say that we have
no use for any one's account
on long time.
Andrews & Hacklcman.
MRS. G. W. RICK,
MUlliMM, J'lnitoii, Ore
-HAS JfST HKCK1VE1I IIER-
CONSIST! XO OF
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,
bons, Etc., Etc.
C'all and pet Prices on ( .Viils !
which are ;
CS ENTRY & IlKTHKUFOKD
Proprlcl o r m .
DEAI-KXI IN AM. KINDS OF-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
-ALSO ON 1IAND-
Fresh Mineral and Soda Water.
(0pante F-iilmiiKe Hold.)
1 E. E. MONTAGUE
OK ALL K.INHM.-
3 Foreign and Domestic t
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The best is
We are also prepared to furnish on short notice
any machrne from a butter worker to a steam mill.
We keen on haml all staple Implements, uce an
PIowhv Mower, llcnpofn,
llarrowM, Giiltivtitoi , Pulvorltci-H,
HahcM, - AViifronM 1 Jirwio.
" MM celebrated
JTConicajjU . seejt.; we
Chun-hill kr -" lillvfiloWii.
( hut liiiHU-ppn jrthB tooth harrow.
I luiR'hill kri'jw Mitchell wnnmiH.
ChittvhlH keep KirOKlnii ploMO.
Chiin-hlH kerpt Iron and terl homnrf.
t'linrchill kw( Nfi(jiB(Kmii.
Churchill kecpa Cantm C1liir .lnW.
Churchill kec lwl llwrtlwnrr.
I'liurchlll kcpMi Climiiin mowern.
Churclilll krejw xf wliitr hbii.
Churchill 4pci lmrhcl wire.
ChitrrhlU kt-pp WKlkliiR euHlmtow.
fhurt-hll! kwi Ctillln caM ntcel plnr.
Churchill lifc PtnmUH mowcrn.
I hiin hlll kecjw ?rliir bkmi.
hiitctil',1 kucp riilliiK cultlor.
I hurfhlll k- ie til two hovel plow.
Churchill ks UU w uvlnmre ftilt
Hitirchlll ket-jt frm cut iwwu.
chun hlll k Imn. Wct-1 wit wire nalK
Churchill k-eiimi1ete ii-k.
f.mtfhlll null jiHir tnlr.
Cna Tlaatri in Cnnlrpls tad (InnTiPFt i
Slit'li; h; a new roc. Sever fall to RTle
l-iuiUn, Krery enn warranlcd or mun ij reruml-e-l.
Tlie C1k-ik Itiij Ihe IW. Prej'"'
nh njr that fcnilrrt! eat U In vfcrvnre lo
Ittwn irrtu. ete. liver 50, r miM hut rear.
A-k your tnigKtt Rir II ami take no other.
C. B. ROLAND & Co
New Store, New Goods,
lint-. Cup", lVmtfi, Shoe", Choice
Ki'leetimiM in Fancy Hummer Neck
Wear, Hi Ik t'mb-rweur, Ihillirigguu
Underwear, FUli, t'hn k A Flugg's
TIr- very llot make of Hand Sewed
Shoes, ninl the vr-rr Latt Htylea
in Men' Hoys' and Youths' Cloth
ing. All the Celebrated make of
HATS IX EVERY STYLE.
OI R STOCK CONSISTS OK
Bright New Fresh Goods,
Ami as honest, fair ami square
dealing l our motto, we ask the
public to call ami jct pricca.
C. B. Roland & Co.,
One door West Revere house, Albany.
V. It. CYKUS,
; Real Estate Ag t and No
tary Public, and
CEN'L INSURANCE ACT
Docs a Cienernl Ajrrnoy
JNCI l 1UNO
Insurance, Agricultual Imple
ments, Doors and Windows.
OlMJANS AMSEWlNi MA
CHINES. (live me a
Call at Dr.
Towel I's Old
If you wlh to purchsfii Khou fur your ISojr or CSii-1 thrt wit!
the var and tear of uvery day usage, that Is made of hornet 5-a
throughout, si'd on conimoii-sencc idtvi!-, call for ; -
HENDERSON'S "SCHOOL SHOE,
made of both Bright and snd Oil C3r(dn, and known everywhere bv ih TrV
Mark of the LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE, found on Ihe bottom of o;;.-
each jialr. Kone genuine without it. Beware of Imitations. ; .
.tV'-'V'? sin: c-m. ii en iJKibs :."vi Ci
TRY HENDERSON'S SPECIALTIES.
Their Womens' Curacrut Kid and Tamplco Oont Button, to retail at ?2.50.
Their Womens' HenderHoii Kid. French tanned, 'Button, to retail at 3.00.
The are stitched with 811k, made silid In every particular, and will make your
fit-t look Htnall and liaiely.
FOR SALE DY-
BEARD & YATES.
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and -:- Medicines
.-sH-paints, Oils and Glass.
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main &'frctt, Lebanon, Orrgon.
STOVES AND TiNWARE,
Iron Pumps, Htc
-MASl FAtTtKEB OF-
Tin, Copper and
All kinds of Repairing done at
-Also Keep in Stock-
Lumber! Lumberl Lumberl
G. W. WHEELER & SON., Proprietors of the
LEBANON -:- SAW -:- MILLS
ROUGH and CLEAR LUMBER
constantly on iiand.
h oflAH KindsnTraed on
Sheet Iron Ware