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ADAMG & ALEXANDER,
A T I 'li li ( i tt-V .YA'.V.v
To liave to de;U with unreason
xi'Uy o'fnuue Rujle is trial to
tiie jwtlonro if a M.vtff khul. It
is like t:ilkiii:x of ' oolora to the
riv.or-l.Uul, whtiso infirmity is not
known, suul who argues from his
HkLvt, nt't from your perception.
( trantinpr freely that the old axiom
;i?H!Ut onenirtn's moat beinganotheri
man's p-.vUon, extends over move ,
prmmd thin itlf, ptill, there are
unie tiling which are absolutely
wrong, and thopc who do them sin
juMm.-t tiie liuht of reason when
ll-yv ";ist in their course and do
I tike counsel of the standers
v. lrj see men? clearly than they.
rah youths alio, without
jinowii-d; or previous draining,
vsiM-nd iSftni-r.ni! mountain heights
aJone,- the foolish iris who, to fol-do-s
th 'f.vhion, violate every law
of health, sad hntgh to scorn all
she fact? of nn atomy and fhysiol
c2y; the crcdul-.ms speculators who
tiy ail the rubbish recommended
to'tho.n by certain interested
lio'dera all these are to be con-icrmed"-
when tV.ey refuse to be
jitiided by wiser heads, and will go
m h.3 they have begun. "I will do
it," or l'I will not do it," is the
raottt by which the days are or
tbred, and the amount of reason in
I he decision counts no more than
fthc salt in a Christmas pudding.
"Obstinate people indeed have eel
!.mi nr reason to go by. Their
deteriuination stands instead of
-valid argument, and is aa a wall of
-adamant which nothing short of
in universal earthquake could
overthrow. With neoide of this
kind there is always the sense of
finality, vf restriction,, of mental
rigidity, of intellectual death, of
.general moral mummydom. TIkt
-arc cy,tallized and petrified. You
rare not able to make them go a
rtep beyond the line the r have
ruled for themselves.- You cannot
deilect those baeklwnes of theirs
Tby so much as an inch from their
.perpeuilicTiIarity. They are em
phatically inflexible, and if their
course leads them on to ruin, dan-ri-cr,
disease or death, the- continue
'it, when onee they have said they
will. They are trials to one's pa
tience truly, but at the nioet you
know what you have to expect.
Expostulations fail dead, reason
ings are mental exercises thrown
pravers are lost like so many
-j-ighs in the wide expanse. You
-TT-ive to give waj-, una to accept
their suu-id-.il decision if they have
jsower oyer you. Or you have to
llet them rule themsefves to their
imrt if they s-s will it. You know
.It all, and there it ends, ami bad as
it is, it ha at least the sorry merit
f the known and the certain.
(i REA T MEMORIES.
"The history of mankind has pro
mIucxh! a i-uocessioa of prodigies in
int of memory. As far back as
the remote periods of antiquity, we
-s.re told, there were men who Were
..f.imous for their wonderful powers
-f recollection. Mozart, when only
13 years old. played from one hear
ing, a new ojcra that had been
om posed expressly to test his skill.
It is said of Them"ist-:cles that he
could call by name the people of
Athens, which citv then numbered
10,000 inhabitants. George III,
though deficient in education, never
"forgot a voice once heard or a face
ice seen. Not long since a Jewish
rabbi in the city of New York had
a divinity student that could re
3cat the w hole of the Old Testa
ment. Indeed he could begin with
u.y verse given him and repeat
forward or backward with equal
facility. Porson. the Greek scholar,
-could rejjeat the whole of "Para
Uise Liost," backwarda.' A monk
w ho resided in Mosxw in the fif
iecnth century amid repeat the
whole of the New Testament.
Instances are on record of many
others equally gifted in this respect.
N'o donht s:nnc people have been
L3-ied with a more liberal endow
ment -of this faculty of mind than
-thers-,it is als tructhit the memory
js asceptible of improvement which
sf'cems all ht iafinitc It was a
Jin&'.t or self-imposed task ofLrd
Jlt-tuley to commit aprtionof
V ... a ,
fwm every night be tore re
tiriMg Am a result of this disci
3line Ism- eonki repeat a p ?em after
one residing. There have teen sev
eral eMs to memory prop, sed and
not a few system f mticaionics
invented, all of which doubtless
losscss more or less merit, bat the
simple plan adopted by MeCauley
is open to all, and speaking from
experience, we can endorse it most
It is the misfortune of young
people, before they become fully
ngaged in the relations of life and
business, that they look too much
to acquaintances for encouragement,
and make the assistance w hich ac
quaintances can fun i --h too indis
pensable. The tender mind of
youth i-s reluctant or unable- to
stand alone; it needs to be one of a
class. Hence the hours which
ought to be spent in the acquisition
of that general knots ledge w hich is
bo useful in after life, and which
can be acquired only in youth, are;
thrown away in the jnofct inglorious
pursuits, for acquaintances arc sel
dom the companions of study or
the auxiliaries of business.
I Hick an energy huikt cjties
;:nd nevclnpe a country. We always
admired the little man who, though
he. weighed but 130 pounds, declared
that 125 of that weight was hack-;
bone. Two hundred pounds of
ndipose tissue,nnless packed around
't go'd. limestone formation, will
. ccomplish but little.
For A 1 job work and a readable
i-t t3?I--n th.' Kxpi:r.s-.
IJiCi THOUGHTS rOHSOUMM PiOFtE
Rt'.'.srr A wron; metiio'-s.
In RttcinptiiiK the ncpative work
of keeping nun from evil, it is cus
tomary to sit down in systematic
order, minute re guU-tinua and direc
tions respecting things which are
to he avoided. Christ did not adopt
this plan. Kathcr by allusion than
by detailed statement he indicated
certain forbidden territory, and
then botmik himself to the affirm
ative side of his plan. lie did ntt
hope to keep men from evil by lec
turing -about it, by ' elaborating a
penal system, or by any appeal to
the lower instincts of human na
ture. Hi simple plan wastocoun-i
teract death by life Thus, instead
f telling a man not todcspnd, he
inspired him with a new hope; in
stead of telling a man to not mur
der, he gave him such notions of
l e sanctity of human life as took
away the very tendency to anger.
This was his fundamental plan.
'Thou shalt not" was adapted to a
ruder age of the world; "Thou
shalt" was now to take its place.
The ineffectiveness of merel neg
ative instruction is shown every
dav. Take the case of the gambler:
Tell him that gambling will bring
him to ruin or inflict ruin on
others, and not improbably the
gambler will assent to th doctrine;
but will he abandon the habit? Go
further: Imprison the gambler,
take from him all gambling instru
ments, and condemn him to live in
penniless poverty all the rest of his
days -does he oease to be a gam-
bier? Only in the lowest sense;
he is still a gambler in spirit; the
evil is untouch!. What does Christ
propose in such a case? lie not
only casts out the devil, but He
puts in the Holy spirit, lie gives
the gambler something better to
do, and proves Ilia entire success
by leaving the man in the world,
yet keeping him from evil. This
method is reasonable, it is philo
sophical, it is Christ-like.
God requires time for thia last all-i-rowniug,
all-glorifying miracle, isim
ply because man i indisposed to the
highest good. The iirah is that
any man should ever have felt any
desire towards holiness. Consider the
view of limtian nature which is given
in holy scripture, and then hear that
same human nature pray, ,4(iod be
merciful to me a turner," and there is
the miracle which outshines all other
wonders. We need not wait for ab
solute holiness, for holiness is a
growth; the miracle is at the Wgin
ning, not at the end, in the prayer
tor mercy, not. in the completed char
acter. The Christian aspirant says
he sees holiness afar, in the rtgnre of
a shining angel, and that he longs
wi:b arueat desjre to sene the prize.
Then why not ie it instantly? Be
cause between himself and the angel
there is a wide battlefield on which a
deadly figfet is proceeding without
break or pause, and the combatants
are his own paswaons and his own bel
ter nature. The miracle is that he
still wishes to penetrate the opposi
tion and find his way to the other
side; the temptation is to surrender,
but he is saved from that humiliation
by the assurance that "he that en
dureth to the end shall be saved."
Holiness is a word not eaily written
on the rugged surface of human life,
but it shall in the long run 1 e graven
upon it indellibly. It is to be written
upon the bells of the horses, and to
be inseti'oed upon the lintels and
doorposts of human dwellings. It
aims at no partial empire,' at nothing
less than universal dominion. It is
now the one condition of seeing the
Father Everlasting; "Without holi
ness," no man shall see the Lord."
Towards holiness, human life is being
moved by the Holy Ghost, and when
the end ceracs there will be no such
miracle in the universe.
IMPATIENT WITH DIV1XE TROCESSKS.
We are tempted to become impa
tient with Christ as he devotes so
much attention to details. It eeenis
almost a waste of time for a man who
came to sve a world tt be lingeiing
over a special case or oiseae. Could
ths Wind man not have had his soul
saved without lirst having his eyes
opened? If not, what beeomes of the
blind men of la-tiny? We think that
we could have hastened Christ's
movements, especially in the physical
department of his service. Why not
speak one healing word for all. s thai
.hroughoui the land every sick-bed
might have been vacated at the fame
heir? What a magnificent introduc
tion to spiritual labor this would have
been! How quickly he could thus
have come to his main point the rev
elation of Godl Yet He lingers over
individual cases with a calmness that
bailies us, considering how much work
lies before Him. IJut is it not the
same with Him whom we know an
Creator? Docs He not dally most
vexatiously in physical processes?
How long a time He fakes to mould
an cir of corn. And what a waste ot
power it appears, taat tbe eai t'i sh u"d
bring forth but one harvest in the
year. In His physical service Christ
was strikingly like what we know o?
the Cre: t r. The meaning of tl i
slowness may come to us in the higher
spheres. In the 'meantime, itnpa
iience is an infallible sign of weak
If you would bring ptople up from
the lowlands, you must be like the
Master and go down after them. It
wiil not do to be afraid of getting
muddy if you want to help poor stum
biers out of the gutter; and it will do
no go k1 to scold them for being there
Xeither will it do to be too afraid oS
losing a high posi ion, if you want to
help people out of doubts and fears
sn l unbelief. You may not feel quite
so light and buoyant, you may suffer
a little with them ; hot what of that,
if you really desire to do good? Where
would you be now if Christ had not
left bis high estate and come down to
seek and s.-ir the lost and perishing?
What good would it do for him to
say, "Come unto me, all ye that arc
weary and heavy laden," if He had
not first lowered himself into the sin
ner's place, Jind gone down, crushed
and broken, into the earth under tne
awful weight of their sins? "He wat
rich, yet for our rakes He became
poor, tht w?, through His poverty,
might be made rich." There was an
act of humiliation.
If ym know of anyone wiios. ambi
tion takes a literary turn, and who
ihinU ji.n easy matter to write seven
coltnutis of news weekly, direct him
o this office and wo will go ht,ek to
liiiOW?;$ IM.K l'.l;KtKH.
Harry Archibald tiuU crutches nco
es.sary to JiK'omotlon.
Pome ttf I)oe f3-OToutie'H n-intlve
were visiting htm this week.
Little pupils sijih when they think
of the restraints of the public school.
H. W. hdd:tr1,or the O. lty., pasted
Hhwii the road Tuesday morning.
Appl e mt for vcrant hmten ate
numerous, but their wiuila euinunt be
Mr. Voiuioiii recently Joined I he
company of bridge carpenter on the
Hr. Btarr lulends to odd a complete
line of stationery ami nlao the latei-t
edition of school books to his drug
A stranger came Into town Monday,
heard of the mines, rolled his blanket
and modestly bowed to the "Three
Jos. Itlggs is hauling his tan bark
out of the mountain this week. Capt.
Hngen took his place at the tannery as
It M. O. Bradley left for Portland
Wednesday with about 5(H) pounds of
ore from the Trinity Mines, which wHJ
he milled In Portland.
Stock Is being taken In the Calaptmla
fc lllue Itiver Mining Co. People are
not so chary about taking stock since
the lateciicouraiihuT reports.
Last week's county papers did not
arrive until Wednesday of this week.
The narrow gauge is entirely too femi
nine to be posing as a mall train.
Frank Jack finished picking hops
Monday noon. The quality of the
hops is good, the yield fair, ami Frank
wlU pocket considerable money this
A. C. Haumar, in order ta belx-fere-hand
with the hop louse, picked his
hop rather burrltdly. tin, has the
lest cultivat.'d yard in this tectiau
of country. r..
Some of oar people are availing Iheni
selves of the low stage of water in the
Calapooia and are getting their win
ter's .wood from the drifts of lus-t
Dr. Carl talked quite glibly of gotntf
toOohlllilt last week, but thoughts
of calloused heels and dropsical patches
on the great toes of his feet, sufficed to
change ids notion.
A plan to unite both Brownsville
and North Brownsville Into one corpo
rate body is certainly a desirable one
and ought to be effected without con
trovcrsy or eeucession.
W. I. Washburn Is attending the
State fair this week. - William Is an
extensive stock grower ami it is natu
ral that he should take deep lntcrtst
in the annual stock exhibit.
Kd Shea is visiting at his former
home, H:tlem, this Week, ami of course
the tate fair, which Is now being held
at that ptoee, will have some minor
attractions for the young niau.
T. S. Pillsbury has bought a milch
cow which with n little pamierSng is
expected to give cream biscuits and
skim-milk cheese. He has built a shed
for the comfort of his last purchase.
V. I. Drake tells us that his scheme
for supplyiug the town w ith water Is
likely to take tangible stiape. As an
honest and Industrious schemer, Mr.
Drake has no superior in Brownsville.
W. It. Kirk went to Salem Tuesday.
He took with him a fine calf to the
State fidr, but it had been butchered
before starting. He says there Is no
market for veal In Brownsuille, and
consequently he ships his meat to the
Mr. Snider, late cf Alaska, visited
tne Calapooia mines last week. He
has probably had a more extensive ex
periencecovering as it does nearly
ell the mines of the Pacific const than
anyone who has ever vi;tel thene
mines; rnd without hesitation he de
clares that he m ver saw & mining dis
trict to compare with ours, with the
single exception of Tombstone, Ari
Just how to maintain a proper de
gree of animal heat with the least pos
sible amount of fuel, has been solved
in a thoroughly seien ti tic ' man tier hy
some of our citizens. Instead of plac
ing warm bottles in contact with the
feet according to the antiquated I heorv.
the bottles are placed at the head of
the bed and securely held in place by
a very ingenious contrivance resem
bling two raws of teeth. Kimugh heat
has Imjcii generated in this way to
cause ebullition in fifteen minutes.
So said Bui
Novelists, and he
never spoke more
truly, and he miebt
have added with equal force, that merit
is the essence of success. Wisdom's
Roberline is the synonym of merit, and
its history is success. The magical ef
fects of this preparation have been attest
ed by thousands of the leading ladies of
society and the stage. It is the only arti
cle ever discovered which gives a Araiur
el and Beautiful tint to the complexion,
at the same time removing all roughness
of the face and arms and leaving the
skin soft, smooth and velvety. It has
long been the study of chemists to pro
duce an article that while it would beau
tify the complexion would also have the
merit of being harmless, but these two
important qualities were never brought
together until combined in
Has Just Received
OSE OF THE PISEST STOCKS
TH3T EYES C3SE TO ALBAHI.
When in Albany, stop and take a peep
at them if yon jo not buy.
-IS AS fSI'AIi-
IN THE LEAD
- WIT II-
An Immense Stock of
General Merchandise !
nought for Cash at remarka
bly low figures. Close buyers
who expect to' pay cash" for
tbeir goods are respectfully
invited to exam i no the large
stocks kept at the
One-Price Cash Stores
No trouble to show goods,
and if you wish to buy -.we
know that Montague's is the
We offer- voti full lines of
MenV, Youth's and 1 Joys'
Clothing at prices tbnt simply
defy competition. We have
now in stock
Oregon City Manufactured Cloth
ing; Levy A Straus Manufactured
Fine Ctsmere Clothing;;
Fiin Imported Worsted Clothing;
Fine Fpring-ltottom Pants;
Men's, Youth's, llove' and Chil
These c an 1h? hud at Montague's.
To the Ladies!
The ladies of Lebanon and.viein
ity express thetnwlves as very
much pleed with Montague' fine
lines of Full and , Winter Drcs?
Goods which he has just purchased
from one of the ler-ding importing
houses of the United State?. Mon
tague's stock is unpumnsfcd this
side of Portland. The ladies are
respectfully invited to examine
Hosiery, Corsets and La
Full lim?s in ivll these hranchco
of the Dry .Goods trade, and we
can oner you good value for your
money. Should you need (J LO V ICS
we hare everything desirable and
stylish in Silk, Lisle Thread and
Cotton. Remember Montague's
motto is "One hundred cents' worth
for a dollar every time."
Boots and Shoes.
Kach and every psir of Boots and
.Slum in Hie two largn establishments
.iwned by Montague are manufactured
expressly for tilui. Kvery pair fully
warranted. These gtHnls we to not
Import from Missouri, a has hceii al
lejrift by would-be competitors, tmt nn
iiinde up fmni t lie very Inut Mm-k by
white labor enit loyed "by Huckiiighnni
A Hechl and ChIhi, Niekelssburg & i.
When you want anything neat and
cTviceable at livd-rook prices, with a
full guarantee on every pair, you will
iiBRuredl v buv your foot-wear of iMON
Hats and Caps.
No man, youth, boy or Child can lie
considered well dressed if their cranium
la Bin-mounted by a "shocking bad
hat." In order U. set our nunieiou
customers right In thin regard, Monta
gue has laid in for the fall and while!
trade an immense ptock of Hats and
Caps. These gooda were bought direct
from the manufacturer! and at very
low fijiuret. Take a look through them,
and when you do want to buv. aa n
matter of course you will buy your
ueuu-gear ouiy ui jioniaguc.
Meas Furnishing Goods !
As underwear for the manculine cendet
is usually called, Is an eeneiitial nrtlcle
for the com tort and ijood health ol
mankii d in this hum. d climate. Mou
tague'a s-tocU of
Fine Shirts Lion Brand;
Fine Shirts Standard Brand;
Fine Shirts Ncglijrc;
Fine Shirts lu Cassinierc;
Fine Shirta in every style;
Undershirts and Drawers An end
less variety In all weights, shades and
Wesell hitjreous quantities of these
Broods, and invite your attention to the
new grades and new prices. Ite wise,
buy your Underwear of Montague.
Natural ys. Artificial Gas.
No. there Is no Joke about I he natu
ral gas being found In Lebanon. Tht
gas is a fact; nor Is If, aa some Imag
ined, the outcome of windy advertise
ments In the "Lelumon Exnress."
Always buy your iroods of Montague
and get full value fur your money.
TO THOSE WHO OWE ME MOSEY.
for wnai you owe mm. jray up jN(Jy.
Xot next week, or next month, or next
t Christmas, but NOW. I can use it to
d vantage, need ft In my business, and
you will confer a very great Aivor on
yourself and Montugue by paying
riht up without furlo.cr solicitation.
6. 0 WALLACE
PETERSOH & WALLACE,
Real Estate Brokers,
DO A GENERAL IGESCI BUSTKESS,
luvliiiliiiff Fira and IJfc Inmiraare.
HAVE ON HAND POME-
In Both City Property and
I.ON1IOM A I.IVKKPOOl. i III.OUE IXM tl.
GI AHDIAS AWTRAKCK CO..r Lotulmi.'
OAKI-AMR HOME ISSfltVCElt)., of cwklMml,
STATE INal'RANCE CO., of Kuli nt, Ofrmn.
FARMKH8 MERCHANTS' IXSflt AM K CO..
DON'T SHIP YOU II OLD STOVE.
You can buy any of the
LATEST 1'A'ITi: IISM
THEY CARRY A FULL LIN'KOl"
Stnna Ware, also
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
Bay1 Job If 'oi k done on Short .Vo.'fcc.
Notions, : Novelties,
And Cents Furnishing Goods,
A. : W. : MOSES.
NOTHING LIKE IT
This side of Portland fur Variety and
LOOK IN ON US.
f'iixt door noath of Exchange Hatel.
At my ynt tu the miburbn ul UIiomou
For Sale at Reasonable Rates.
MASON WORK DONE
With Kent new am'. In-.-i n:eh.
D..W. HARD IX.
IP VOU WISH A OOOD REVOLVER
HV8B SMITH & YESSON'S
and the tlrsteiMkkwoC
r xiertA. In oaltbras
88 and 44-ltiJl Sitiwto or
tiitrleiia and Tarmt modnla.
Ueni nliir wroatrnt
stel, eu-iuUr tusttveivd
km-worsmaoMiiD auauocK. UDnuec
flnlnh. dnrKl4licv M m tl mtvmrm iv. On
not 4m decotrnl by chp maUeaW intn imitation
ortra (old fur U freuuln article. Tbf r n nnre
liable and diutKcroua. The BHrrH 4k WBmoK Kr
toltwui ara autinuvd upon the barrela with Arm's
Dame, adtlreM auddatea of patents, and are liar
antecd perfect. Insist apon UavinR tnem. and If
your doaier cannot anpply you, an order sent to ad
draas below wlH receive prompt attention. Ueaorlu.
Mia catalogue and prtoaa upon application.
tUlITIi &i WRSMON.
175th Edition Kow
Readj-. A book of
o;-cr 200 rmsfoii, glv
injDioretnfonnatkn of value to adver
tfaprs than anv nthnr
pubtiratloii ever l5iied. It iiives tho liamn of
ov-pry newBiwiwr publWicd, havinfr a circulation
rating m ine Aincncnu isewsnnper Olrertorv nf
more than 2.",000 copies each Ikmic, wtih thecmt
per line for advertising in them. A list of the
iioMt nartnrs of local rirciilfilion. tn evorv citv ttorl
town of more than 3,000 population with prices
hv the Inch for one mouth. Sriccial list of dnllv.
country, village and clasa pa.cra. Bargain oflers
ot value loanmii nuvcrtiscrs or tnoso wIsMiiir to
experiment judiciously nith a small amount of
money. Hhowts Hnchisively 'how to sot the most
service for the money," etc., etc. Sent pot. paki
to any nddrew for 30 cents. Address Geo. P. Kow-
r.Lt. Co.. PuMifherR and General Advtrti-im?
Agents, 10 Spruce Street, New York City. 7
Bureau of Information.
TIMBER AN'D MINERAL RESOURCES OF
I 1 I.mn county made known on application:
I ult-o miuins stock bctiirht Hnd sold at ite mcc cf
' Iho M.BAN0-S EXI'BKa,
a - , ...:S.I
Tn Msk Itooiii for Uf
Spring and Snminer Stock
FDBKISHIIG GOODS, AKD ROTIOKs,
I WILL CI.OSK OUT MY
Eutlre Block of
Now Is tho Tlmj to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. K. READ,
In the Count jr Court of I.tnn County, Oregon,
lu the matter of the rotate 1
(icotirn H. IJgcctt, rk-ccaiI.
Ntnu R i ii v.nmv hives that thk
uitdvrsncd, the lu!y afl'tl)lid, itta1icd
and si liiiir Kxrruior of the la- lil and tr4o
men! oih! t-atc of Ch-itk II. Ugiftt, deerartl.
in ptrtianHr ttf the term of tha 111 It! an.:
t.-t.iim-iit of mid dweancd, and In further pur
uiicof an order .f the abute entitled ( oun
dulv tcadc and -ittired of record In the ab-ive-entiik-d
caio on the 9th day of January. 1,
n ill II at auction at the court honc door" lu the
li of Albany, in l.iim comity, Oregon, on
Saturday, tha 4th day of October 1890,
At the hour of I a'rtoek V. M. of aahl day. It the
lileht-Nt ami lt lililder for casn in hand, the fol
low irjif dciHll real pmerty, to-'it:
I oirimcucitig at a tnt tw iwt eat and 120 fee
north of tiie ouihciM etmter of lot 4 hi l.iiirk S
tn the city ef ici'(iMti. tn Unn County, resnj.
and ruiouru; thcucc ta-4 il (rrl. t notice mnh 31
fret, tlurtie-e i.t li feet, thence Muth M feet to
the luce of bepiimiiiK.
Alu the north halt of A H. Petenwn and
!-i!Minna i'terrtr dmmtt.m laml rUtitu, Xo. 6,
Noillicaiion No. Htsi, utttmted lu township So. Is
M.u(h of ranrc o. t west of the Willamette Me
ri!iMii. in I.mn rounty. Oretrnm. e!tcetin that
txinion of the Raid north half of utut
land claim hcrctotore deeded aa follo:
one hundred acred dvetiil to F. M. (Sitvell
ierd to lil h I found recorded on paire 2S
of Hook H of Records of Ieel; a too 2w acre to
Imviil tl. IeterMti. deed ft vhich l found re
tniel on ikikc 1st of Hook H f Record of ieed;
. 1. . . tn . 1 I imm. .,. , 1... 1. 1.
fwjnd rccoriicd on ee 7 1 0 Vol. 2 of Records
of Ircrt for l.t;n cniniy, ttreiton. Thfci lnciudw
Mrlp f l..i 1 Vi feet a ide heretofore reaerveil,
acros.. t!e al-ove-menttotted tract of to acre, deed
to l. J. lvn ron, tiiat in now ileeilcd to the W
tico. 11. l.icecit for the fone of a roadway.
AHtthe f"llrln-decr1bel trae! for the rainxwe
of a roadway. dMNh-d hy Mm, Eliza lenney to
Aa 11. 1'etcr.on, to-it: Onaacre, belnc a atrip ol
utnu aimt ri feci wine acro tne wr end ot tne
land claim de.CTibed aa followa: ComBienrine at
tiie n'rt!iwe comer of claim o. tl In towiwfalK
J J nouth. ranee 2 wtt, thence eat TSJIl eltahw.
hence nmtn yM chains, thence west VS.21
chains, thence mrth 2t."M chains to the place of
'ertrinii:2. 10 nave ana 10 noht tne ki premise
a m. ah ochik Minaiei in una iwimf.
Jreex!t. kihI coutaininc I Ml acres", more or lean.
Al"othe en half of the northwest quarter and
!mi 1 mi.l i n mlli'il 1H intdunship llaaulhof
ramie 1 w-t of the Willamette Meridian, in Linn
t ouiy, ua gun, contaiiunK ls.Ti aeres.
. H. U'WiETT.
Kltec'i'nr of the last will and testament
ami estate ol teo. H. Liggett, deceased
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon De?e!o?mest Co's Steamslip Line
228 Mil 8horterl SO Hosn Lata Timet
Than hy any other Route.
FIRST-CLASS THROUGH PASSENGER AND
From TonHnd ami a.U points In the Willamette
Valley to aud from San Francisco, CaJ.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME 8 'IlEDrLR Except Sundays.)
I.Y V(iiliiK O t A M
Lv CorvalliK.lH;Mft A M
,r Alhsnv 11 it A M
Lt Allan? U 19 t M
Ar Y!Uiiia... 4:S P M
O. truin. connect at Albanr and C'orvalUa.
The above train connect at Yaquina with the
urctron iK'veiifment t;imrMtny 9 line of steam
liiw between Vaquiua and tsan FraiK'Lco.
Thi comrxi'ty ce-vi the right to t h mge tail
aj dates without uotlw.
RempmliCT the Oreeon Pac'ft Pnpnlai' Summer
r.xen rstfin-, ltw Hnte 1 ictets are now hi sale
rjjn all alley l"olutto ajuina ant return.
WM. M. HOAO.
C. C. HOtirK, tieneral Manager.
Acting U. F. P. Agent. CurralUa, Or.
'Sh rail: n
B3 ROT CRIPt, SICKU 68
tint Ctror n Stat HraoatmE,
aa mil utjoum, annaf mat
Iadiftttaa er OaaaDpatiaa.
The 4rmm eaa tta nleelr adjaatad to nit th eaaa, aa
on pitl eaa nwr he too larae a doaa. ay to take
uaoanehmcor. 4S pills aut mp ia a atrona vial
whicb can r rarrta in vmt pooat. A ttmt C .aaii
tmm tnwlMi . . 4 BwstaM . Sao waislM Hb
"rrnrll,rk. Sold InfTWiMUM aMtni.
uirita wna mmm dhui mwm wmr aa. aa I
Dt. HMTfff'l IWOM-TOMIO.
rtJalFIKa lh atOOO: HKOULATKfl UiUTrJl
aa4 mn?rr.vi4 a rToaai t& dkbiutatcdI
i W HKALTH a VIOOROU8 8TMMQTH at Tom I
THE GS. MAJ.TEI MUICINE CO. ST. LOUIS, MO.
a. E. HARDY
Has on hand a large stock of
Call Aad Secure Prices.
SANTIAM :: AOADEmW'
FALL Ti;i83X illXJIINK KlUT. Ifitli
L,.itin, Greek, lVlctti:ierriotie, Scienceu
and History TatJlit.
ALSO BOOK-KEEPING AND COUUON BRANCHES.
TF.I1MS 60 to 75 cents per week.
Also an Elegant Stock of Cloths in Merchant Tailor
ing Department with Frst-CIass Tailoring.
S. F BACH'S
IXTew Corner Store
IS IN THE BUSINESS CENTER STILL.
The public school house on the south,
The paper mill on the north,
The big planer on the east,
And the depot on tiie west,
Makes the Corner Store the Hub
CUT CKNTKIl OF" GIiAlIT'.
IT IS A NEW STORE 1
CARRYING NEW GOODS.
GIVES TO ALL ITS PATRONS HEW DEALS
Keep a full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing of Browns
ville manufacture. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Groceries and
Provisions; in fact everything necessary to keep soul and
body together. "
Nobody complains of Bach's goods or quarrels with his
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing'
Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Also Keep on Second floor a full line of
In which I will not be undersold. Come and see me and
I will treat you well.
O . XV . SI3IPSO?f,
ALBANY, - - - - OREGON.
AND SEE US
At Our New Quarters.
We Are Too Busy to Write an
JOHN G, REED
D. TOR BET, A. M
Principal, Lebanon, Or.
TO SEE THE