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A JACK AD AS, OKo. It. ALEXANDER.
ADAMS & ALEXANDER,
PlPLSHERS AND Pl)MMKnTKS. "
There arc many people, young
and old, who use t heir present po
sition a. a standing place from
hieh to reach simiethlng highr
and to grab at what they have no
right to touch for the reason that
they have never earned "it. Act
welt yosr part where you. are and
you will learn that promotion comes
from persistent labor and pains
taking with what yott have in hand.
Whatsoever jiur . hand fhnieth to
.do, do With your might, is a good
motto when applied to any legiti
mate, honorable calling. Does it
rever occur to you that high places
.are . lookin g . out . f or men , great
enough to fill' them, just as much,
nd, more, than you are looking
with expectant eyes and swelling
heart towardthose self-aame places?
Not infrequently we see and hear
C teen wfa-'know how, only give
them achahce" go into oflice, into
professional position; into a great
business enterprise before they are
Vipe i f&t ,th : undertaking, ""who
through incompetency nre thrust
from their lofty position, and they
raise the mcrajicnoly cry about the
teat injustice "with which . they
have been treated. Men of success
'are generally" very good judges of
M the elements of success, and thev
know well enough that the righ't
material ia not found among those
who are always waiting for some
thing to turn up, are waiting on
lhe steps, or hanging about lobbies
"or governors' anterooms. The best
recommendation is the letter writ
ten on work faithfully and honestly
done, just where vou happen to be
We often wonder how it happens
that some men, like cats, always
light on their feet. Is there anv
'magic," or "luck," or "ehahee'
about it? We think not. Is it
aot .because successful men have
trained themselves to the habit of
doing thoroughly what they undcr
. take? ...
. r. We do not deny that there is a
wholesome ambition which uses
'places as "stepping stones," but it
5s a different spirit from that which
sleeps on the steps and expecta
ariends and employers to carry you
anto the temple or palace above.
3tis that sort of temper and deter
aninaiion which resolves to do
everything thoroughly and well,
-where it is now situated, and means
-o-eontent itself, to abide in its
present sphere if its talents and
qualifications are never such as
Tvill warrant its attempts to fill a
lugher. We believe in "stepping
stones," and in commending that
pirit which is not satisfied .with
taying contentedly outside' the
door of honest, honorable and
manl' aims; but. we enter a pro
test againat that growing and pre-1
ailing; spirit; which, is ambitious
u.o jwsmon, whh us nonors
ing a faithful and fair equivalent.
rr r., m np i-rr., ,T jJ men woulu contluct a system 8irpau
mAlLEOADSJ,EEPISG OUT OF, ing tl,e.wiJom of the noblest of the
When Mr. Huntington declared ! 3i,T!fTi iV1 ihro'r"1 ,firft
?. snMi i- k ..v!Tia.nd water, brave the lion and dsre
liis intention to keep the Southern
1'acinc railroad out of politicsper
Iiaps a good many wondered how- a
railroad could he run politically
nd what possible connection there
could be between the two. The
San Francisco Call says it has no
doubt that the Central Pacific and
ifoutherh Pacific railroad compa
nies expended on politicians and
newspaper m California not less
than twenty-five or thirty millions
of dollars. Men are pointed out
fv hre got rich from political
management for the company. "A
i. , . V
oi ngic irBjian.-r w men we coura
- cost the companies a exxd one mil
lion; another which could also be
iiainou lias iihu fw,uw or ?OW,-
000. Frotn one to two hundred
other newspapers on -this coast
have received money. As we have
--saidj-w&do not pretend to say -who
has been at fault for demoralizing
the politics xf the State. It is use
loss for the people to trj' to control
the political situation in California
while there, was so much money to
be made by running newspapers in
the interests of the company, and
while so many politicians are paid
for manipulating conventions and
elections. Such a vast sum of
money drawn from the treasury of
the company the public fears will
fee made up bv taxes upon trans
.... . . .... . .
. muuu aiiu ireigni in ine miure.
' It is all very well to say."dcm't
judge by appearances;" but in
emergencies appearances are some
times the 011I3 basis upon which to
found our opinion or decision. For
instance, in cases where there is
neither time nor opportunity to
Btudy one's ancestry or previous
rhietory it is necessary to judge
them by the eye; and the eye of a
tthrewd, observant man. is rtrely at
fault under such cirvumstam es.
Th theory that appearances are! The most agreeable of all con -.generally
fa.lla.ekms, js in itielf a'panions :s a simple, frank man
' fallacy. When we see a. man. with i without any high pretensions to an
a face like a bulldog, ire know very ' oppressive gTeatness one who lov s
well that he isiiot a phxlantbropisvjlife and understands the use of it;
nd no one whoever. looked 'upon 'obliging alike. ''at all times; above
the countenance of Howard could 'all, of an cyen temper, andteadfast
eupposc that undar any combina-' as an anchor. For such an one wc
t ion of events he could have fig- ;
urea as v pirate or a prisoner
.noleon held that firmness and cour
were indicated bv a large, well
loi inca nose, ana max munaryi r mre n.r i i.m.
genius was never the concomitat t ' Itching Pil(-are kirowiVby moisture
of a snub. Examine the portraits likelM-rspiration timing iniVnw itcli-
tbe wlj, gret military lead, j-: nj'f .rudT.S
rr from the era of Julius Ca;sar jy-k-ld ut once to Ir. Bobanko' Tik
n to tlmt of Washington yog, R-ttit dy, which acts directly 011 the
nreent time, and vou will I P1" anVi-ted, alwortw limw, allays
' Napoleon was correct.
SOBER THOUGHTS ?OM SOLEMN PEOPLE
:, CREDULITY. i ' ?
We know of no finer vanCtige
ground on which the champion of
truth can plant himself than that
of the greater credulity which must
be shown in the rejection, "than in
the reception, of Christianity. The
faith required from those who deny
revelation in far, lal-p;er than' that
demanded of its advocates. He
who thinks the establishment of
Christianity may' be satisfactorily
accounted for on the supposition of
its falsehood, taxes credulity a vast
deal more than he who believes in
all the prodigies and all the niira-
cles recorded jn Scripture. The
most marvellous of all prodigies
and the most surpassing of all mir
acles, would be the progress of the
Christian religion, supposing' it
untrue. He who believes that such
a wonder has been exhibited, can
have no right to boast himself,
shrewder and more cautious than
he who holds that, at human bid
ding, the sun stood still, or that
tempests were 'hushed and' graves
rilled at the command of one
''found in - fashion", as ourselves.
No candid mind can observe the
speed with which Christianity
overran the civilized world, com
pelling the homage of kings, and
casting down the altars of lonj,
cherished superstitions; -and. then
cvrapare the means, with theeflect'
the apostles, men of low birthTand
poor educatioh, backed ' by' no
authority and possessed of none of
those high endowments which
characterize the achievers of diffi
cult enterprise we are persuaded,
we soy, that no candid mind can;
set what was done side by side with
the apparatus through which it
was effected, and not confess, that,
of all incredible things, the most
incredible would be that a few fish
ermen of Galilee vanquished the
world, upheaving ha idolatries and
mastering its prejudices, and yet
their only weapon was a lie, their
only resources were jugglery and
deceit. And this is what the" skep
tic believes. On this belief he
erounds his elaim to a sounder.
and shrewder) , and less fettered
understanding than belongs to his
fellows. He deems it the mark of
a weak and ill-disciplined intellect
to admit the truth of Christ rais
ing the dead; but appeals, in proof
of a staunch and well-informed
mind, to his belief that this whole
world was convulsed by the blow
of an infant. He scorns the narrow-mindedness
of submission to
what he calls priestcraft; he counts
himself large-minded because he
admits that a priestcraft, only
worthy his contempt, ground into
powder every system which he
thinks worthy his admiration. He
laughs at the eredulity of suppos
ing that Gi had ant:thing to do
with Christianity, and then ap
plauds the sobriety of referring to
chance what bears all the marks of
designproving himself rational
by holding that causes are not nec
essary to -effects. The phenomena
of Christianity can only lie ex
plained by conceding its" divinity.
If Christianity came from God
there is an agencv adequate to the
u!l : T- 'yU a7Unt,
Us marching over the face of he 1
Mrtl, Tf I
prove a clear-sighted 1
leve that misupiiorted 1
heathen; and that
t Ids weak and on-
tlie stake, knowing all the while that
they struggled for a lie: if a belief
such as this prove a clear-sighted in
tellect, he is welcome to the laurels
of reason, and 'we shall contentedly
herd with the irrational who are weak
enough to tbiiiK it credible that the
apostles were-hcsengers of God; and
only incredible that mountains fell
when there was nothing to shatce
them, and oceans dried up when there
was nothing to drain them; and that
there passed over creation an unmeas
ured revolution, without a cause, and
without a mover.and without a Deitv.
- XISIXG IX THE WORLD.
Ambition is a good thing within
reasonable bounds, is a very Ap-polyon-among
men when it gets
the mastery over them. Have you
ever seen boys climbing a greasy
pole to reach a hat or a handcr
chief? If so, vow will have noticed
that the aspiring youths generally
adopt plans and tricks quite as
slimy as the pole; one covers his
hands with sand, another twists a
knotted cord, and scarcely one
climbs fairly, and he is the one boy
whose chance' is "smallest. How
plainly we see the politician's
course in these j-oung rascals. A
man must do a great deal of plan
ning and shaving, chopping and
chiselling before he can reach a
sinecure under out- government.
Just so it is In the path of trade
Here we see small dealers and great
contrac tors eager to rise at almost
any risk. The hasty desire to rise
is the cause of many, fall. Those
who ee the glittering heaps of gold
before them are frequently in so
much haste to thrust their arms in
up to the elbows among the treas
ure that they take short cuts, leave
the beaten road of honest labor,
break through hedges, and not in
frequently rind themselves in a
ditch. "Make haste slowly," is a
very good m-tto.
eladlv exchaneethe Greatest srenius.
Na-:tbe most .-brilliant , wit. 'tho nfo
fjptrndest thinker. --. - . .. -
I Mt;ii.ii&; uuu run isa Kr-iijziiif lit lirc.
j Oik: lruggit r nciil: trcatixe free.
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' Luther White went to Albany Tues
day, .... ;
MrsHagen has been very -sick for
F P Croft spent Sunday and Monday
lit Brownsville. '
Mrs. Ella Jut'tfvr ia spending this
Lwei'k ta Portland.
Curran Cooley went to The Dalles on
Monday of this week. ,
Mrs Itoby attended the Industrial
Exposition thin wek. ,r
Jake " Bllyeu moved Into John
Framten's house Monday.
G. A. tyson and his daughter Edna
went to Portland Monday. '
Jos Rlgira is again on the road selling
leather of Brownsville manufacture.
II M li Bradley, Eph Betta and Isaac
Louden started to the mines Monday,
Mrs. W. B. Blauchard is enjoying
the sights at the exposition this week.
The Arlington hotel was transferred
to Joseph Harrison, conditionally, this
Jos Tearl was in Brownsville Mon
day. He wants to buy a span of heavy
Just as soon aa that little wheel
comes, V. B. Bianchard is going to
the mines. .
J. A. Winter closed his gallery this
week "and wfllaentf'tM Vinter With
titt'fahitly In Jefferson. ' '-1 ;
Mrs Curran Cooley, after being con
fined to the house for several months,
is able to be about again.
Several hop growers disposed of their
hope this week at double tha prices
offered them before picking-
Revs. Ren nick and Parker will be
gin a series of meetings In the C. P.
church tSaturday evening next
Alvia Gentry is building an addition
to his house. He does not apicr
anxious to sell his real estate In
Notwithstanding the large amount of
lumber sawed by H B Moyer lat
spring, we understand that clear lumber
caunot be had at this vard.
Uncle Bab Martin is in Brownsville.
He is no louger engaged in ministerial
work, having renounced his profession
in favor of unskilled labor;
Clyde Foster severed his connection
with Osburn's drug store and Is now
in the employ of John More, who ia
running a steam wood saw.
Rev Renfroe of the Baptist denomina
tion, occupied the pulpit at the Bap
tist church Sunday. Rev Renfroe ia a
pkasant and instructive speaker.
It required the genius of a fanner,
a miller, a merchant and one clergyman
with occasional hints from bystanders,
t ) adjust the several parts of a grain
Surveyors are spending a good deal
of time on the railroad at this point.
Rumor says there will be a change In
the main line; if so, the depot will
John B Brown, ex-landlord of the
Arlington hotel, started an express
wagon this week. John is affable and
courteons; 'industrious and obliging,
and has an aptitude for this calling.
' There lias been au increase of forty
pupils lu the North Brownsville school
-l-J n-v tl.. . II a
an " Is thought that the number of
1)Upil3 wlll ta lncrea9ed to m ere ,ong
Mr Pliegley returned from the Blue
River mhies Monday. He hauleil
the supplies for. the Taeoma men who
have recently taken much interest in
this and the Cat a pool a mining district.
John Cusliman has bonght an ox
team and wagon and is canvassing lhe
conntrj in search of cast-a-way iron.
When we last saw him he had about
three square meals for an ordinary
Ir. Curl has the most remarkable
specimen of dog flesh that we have
seen outside of a dog show. With the
training' that the Dr. contemplates
giviog him, he will certainly make an
Jessie MeFeron'a team ran away
last week. The speed of the runaways
was so great as to baffle the reporter
and we could not chronicle the event
earlier than this week. The reult
was a bill at .the wagon shop ditto ut
the blacksmith shop.
.Dr Star and Bob Sanders spent Mon
day breaking an Indian pony. The
most effectual way of breaking a pony
of this particular breed is to break it
neck in two or three . places;, its bind
legs may live for a few hours,' but it is
powerless to paw or bite. .
A numger of curs in this vicinity
have shown a decided preference for
mutton. Three dogs belonging to W
T Cochran killed a number of sheep
belonging ta Mr Chi Ida. The dogs
survived the sheep only a few lioum
John Walker also lost several sheep
lately from the Fame caiwe.
"Ill Jrraejr Lily."
Anglkska Cottaoe, I,. B., Jiily
Genllemcn: Altho' It it very unusunl
for me to utte any lotions 'or
washes, still, in answer to yowr
request, I have tried Wisdom's
Violet Cream and ltobertine. The
former I consider especially efficacious
in cases of roughness of the skin, and
I have been using it every day for ' the
last fortnight. . I have found the
Robertine an excellent rreparation In
casees of tan, sunburn, etc., caused by
exposure to March winds and a July
sun. Yours faithfully,
To Messrs. Wisdom & Co.
THE CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH. WY BJtCKl
TO IT NOW,
OON IT WIIL BE TOO LATE.
diachae of the kidneys and bve tried
but different remedies and kave
;Soug;at aid from different physicians
without rellet A4ont Uie 15th of April
I was snfierins; tjrni a very violent
attack that almost prostrated sne ia
such a manaier tuat 1 was beat over.
When I sat down tt.was almost impossible lor me
to get op alone, or to put on my clothes, when
kind Proviaence srnt Dr. Henley, with
OREGON K.IINHV TEA, to my
hotel. 1 . immediately commenced
using the tea. It had an almost
miraculous effect! and to the aston
ishment of all the guests at the hotel,
in a lew days,l am happy to state.
that 1 was a new man. . I . will
recptnmend the tea to oil afflj
as I hav.e beeu. .
' - '- . G. A.
rrprWor-66(knental Hotel, '
"O MOBE BACKACHE1
-is as rst-At
IN THE LEAD
.' . :
Ah Immense fetobk of
Bought for Cash at remarka
bly loy figures. Close buyers
who expect to pay tash for
their goods are respectfully
invited to examine the large
stocks kept at the " ' ..
.. - ; - -: . :;:'-
.! ' -s
One-PriCu Gash Stores
Ne trouble to 6how goods,
and if vou wish to bujf; we
know tli at Montague's is the
. - V ...
We offer you full liries of
Mens, louths and lioys
Clothing at prices that simply
defy competition. We have
now in stock '1
Oregon City Manufactured Cloth
ing; levy fe Straus' Manufactured
Fine Cassimere Clothing; '
Pine Importetl Worsted Clothing;
Fine Bpring-Bottom Pants;
Men's, Youth's, Boys aiwirChil
dren's sizes. , 1:
These can be had at Montague's.
To tlie Ladies !
The ladies of Lebanon amfjncin
ity express themselves- as, very
ranch pleased with Montague's fine
lines of Fall and Winterj.1l)ress
Goods which lie has just purchased
from one of the leading importing
houses of the United States Monti
tague's stock" is unsurpassed this
side of Portland." Tlie ladies ate
respectfully invited , to , .examine'
Hosiery, Corsets and "La
Full lines in all these branches
of the Dry Goods trade, ami we
can offer you good value for your
money. Should you heetl GLOVES
we have everything desirable and
stylish in Silk, Lisle Thread and
Cotton. Remember . Montague's
motto is ,-One hundred cents' worth
for a dollar every time." -l
Boots and Shoes.
Each and every pair of Boots and
Shoes in tbe two larun establishments
owned by Montague are manufactured
expressly for hlui. Kvery pair fully
warranuHi. inese kmkis we to not
Import from Missouri, as has been al
U'gvd by would-be competitors, but are
liiiuie up froui the very bent Stock by
white lalor enii loyed-"by Huekiugham
A tlecht mill Cnhu, NickehtbUrg it Co.
When- you want anything- heat and
Herviceabte at bed-rook prices; with a
full iruaraittee on every pair, you will
nwimtlly buy j-our foot-wear of MOX
Hats and Caps7.
Xo man, youth, boy or chlkhcnn be
considered well dressed if their cranium
is surmounted by a "shocking bad
hat." In order t set our numerous
eustontera rilit fn this regarVI, Monta
true has laid iu for the fall ana winter
trade an immense stvck of IIaa and
caps. 1 Jiese goods were bougDtrdlrect
from- the manufacturers and at very
low figures. Take a look through tbetn,
and wtfen vo do want to -tut v. as a
matter of course youwill bia- your
.hcap:gear only of Montague. .5 .
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-Men's FMsMng gs l:
As undorweor for the jnascullne'gender
is usually called, is an essential -article
for the comfort and' good health of
mankind in thishutnid.clinjatcMoii
tague's stock of -..
Fine Shirts Lion Brand ft-ar-..
Fine Shirts Htandard Brand',
Fine Shirts Neglige;
Fine Shirts iu Casttimere;. j '';
Fine Hhirts in every style;
. Undershirts and Drawers An end
less variety in all weights, shades aud
We sell hugeous quantities of these
goods, and invite your attention to tbe
new gradeit and new prices. . lie wis-,
buy your Underwear of Montague,
Natural ys. Artificial Gas.
. No, there Is no Joke about the natu
ral gus being found in Lebanon. The
gas is a fact; nor is It, as some imag
ined, the outcome of windy advertise
ments in the "Lebanon Express."
Always buy your gomls of Montague
and get full value for your money.
TO THOSE WHO OWE ME-KOKEY.
Montague has waited long cnouah
for what you- owe hitn. i Pay Op NOW.
Not next week, or next month, or next
t Christmas, but NOW. lean use jt to
advantage, need it in my business, aud
you- will eo ivfer a very jrreatsfaX'br Von
yourself and 'Montague ' "by paying
right up- without furtnT solicitation.
W. O. PtTtrtaON. 8. O WALLAOC.
ri PETERSON & WALLACE,
Real Estate Brokers,
DO 1 GEXER1L 1GE1CI BDSIRESS,
Iueludtnj rtr and Ufa Insursnce.
HAVK OSi HAND ROME
Iri Both City Property and
' Farm Lands.
Collections Attended to
!X)XnOK A LIYERTOOL CWBE IKSCR
GUARDIAN A8SrRAJCE CO.. of Loadoo.
OAKLAND HOME l.VHURACE CO., of Osklsnd.
STATE INSI RAKCE CO., ot Mem. Oregon.
FARMERS' A MERCHANTS' IXSt'RANCE CO..
GOLDEN SDLE BAZAAR.
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Don't Go to Portland
Gradwohl, of Albany,
To fie Found in the Metropolis.
He Sweeps the Valley of
lu rrorkrrr. Frter Good. Tor. Rrccrs Bros."
b'lycrsrr. Fn-uch t hins and lilamvare,
'. . Bors' Wsgtmt. IM1 L'surlagvs, Elc.
Tbe Oi.MfO Rule Bazaar make a spectator of ths
Finest Teas, tlofters and Hakin Fuxfera.
: Ter park see of whlrh H tuaniirae
tured rr ami bears the name
of Uukleu Rule Bazaar.
..Jf r says tat tka W. Hsmis
Sktaa vltkMt ,m svbm! pries vtaasMaV
Usa ksMnai. axrt fcviaa atesrat as m fiMst
VV. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE o.-tS.,-.
! in tfca -wvrld. CmnlM his
M.OO O CM VIM C H.ikrt-SEnrD SHOE.
4.00 h!iimew;d wr.w shok.
9$JiO POLICE AND FARMEKS' SHOK
ft.frS KXTRA TAI.I7K t'AI.F HUOti. .
mm 1..S HOVS' RCU4ML SB1
Ail Has ta sJoaitreai, Batta aaaLasa.
W. L- DOUGLAS
lf.1.1 I ml Ttmrnh SM
tt a nM toy T'Mir scaler, writs
W. L. OOfJOLAa. BBOCKTOH. MAM
For sale C. C. Hackleman,
. I.RBANON, ORKOOX.
BO MOT UIK, SICKEN 01
SVtt Cm MM KMC HfMMNrL
. a4 aU Itaah.ss sristat fross
AaaltssUsa se Osaat.pat.sa.
tat pill .aa atxas tw too Ursa a dosa. Saar to taka
as so aittoa anaar. 4ft pills sat as la a strona vial
vhlaa saa batwniad la Mt pookes. A tmi caia.
hca t. Tt.itl.i. mS ImSni Rm. M.aa vita
at "fiiwul-twSttiit. IMS liiinitaiMm Mttta.
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(DM. MAWTEtra IKON TONIO. k
rmiriltSlh. UnOI); KROULATYS U) LITTK
MS KIDRKTSMl BKSTnBKfllka DKBIUITATSD
. RKALT8 ul TIOOBOUS STRSMUTa Toonf
TNE OX. RASTER KE0ICINEC0.ST.LO0IS, MO.
At my yard la tbe suburbs ot Lebanon
For Sale at Reasonable Rates.
AU Kinds of
MASON WORK DONE
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---...:.) - With' Neatness and Despatch.
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To Make Boom for Mr
Spring ani Simmer- Stcci
furiishiiq GOODS, AID FOTIOIs,
X WILL CLOSF OUT MY
Entire Stock o
Boots & Shioes
iow is th Time to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
DOXT SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE.
You cau buy ny of the
THEY CARRY A FULL LINE OF
tllanden and .
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
Job If'ork done on Short Notice.
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Ortgoa DeielopniBt Co's Steuss.p Lisa
528 Miles Shertarl 90 Hoars Lass Tlmal
Than j any other Koute.
FIRST-CLABS THROUGH PA88ENOER AND
From Portland and all points In the Willamette
Valley to and from Ban Francisco, CaL
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDIXE (Except Sundays.)
!. Yaquina 7 -Oo A M
Lt Albanvlri P M
Lr Corral HX IfflPM
.10 3S A M
M A M
Ar Yaquina SS p M
O. At C trains eonnect at Albany and Corrsllir.
The alwre trains eocneet at Yaquina with the
Orern I ! rtfuent Companr's line of 6team
hips betweea Yaquina and Sau Francisco.
Thl eompitnr ie-TM the rfjht to rhsnfre fail-n-l
dates a- it hout uotice.
Remember the Oreon PaHfle Popular 8uramer
Esrim. low Rata Tk-kets are now on sale
:rum all Valley Points to Yaquina and return.
WM. M. nOAO.
C. T. HOTifE. General Manager.
Acting O. F. A P. Agvnt. Corrallls, or.
Oregonian Railroad Co.
General Offlcea Comer Front and F
. EAST SIDE.
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Ticket, ftir West Hide stations for sale at foot nf
jencrsnn srreei. 1 iriets ns tjs fKKi ftalfcina Tor
sale at In Ion ileiNit, corner Firth and 1 streets.
Pasapttrers fmm l,ebanon for 8-io ami other
points iittrth if Tall ins 11 ia.itlieru Pacific ertMk
Itiir). can connect al Tnllmnn at S.-M A. M., and
for Hrna-ntville and points south uf Tallman, con
nect Inure at 3ui 1. U. '
THA". N. KOOTT,
(len. 8upt. Ocn. r. At I'asa. Agent.
tW VOU WISH A QOOD REVOLVER
?.7B SMITH & WESSON S
and ths flrwt chobcei
axDarav In eallUrea ti.
M and t4.HU. Blniits or
douhiaaelioa. aafetr Ram-
nHka and TaraeC models.
Haas aaalltr wraavat
liir warkiuufarBuattock. UnrtTBlsA arl
Blah, 4srsMlif ass eermsr. Do'
not be dweirtHl by cnenp anillsnlia) irom WMftSMM
ottrm sola foe the aaoaina artlola. Tbt are Bars.
Ilabia and daaanroaa. The Ba-m A waasos Ka
ToLTaaa ars stamped upon the barrels wits Arm's
una, address and dates of patents, and are isr
aalcad psrfaat. Insist a poo kavlag ttosm. aad It
ywar daler eannot sapply you, an order sent to ad
dress below win reoetre prompt attention. Dssorlp.
H'S esaaiogva and prices apon appHcatlon.
B3UTU cV WMSOMi
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FALL TE1T31 BEGINS 8EPT. listli.
Latlo, Greek:, Mathematics, Sciences
and History Taught.
ALSO BOOK-KEEPING AND COIIIION BRANCHES.
TERMS fiO to 75 eeoU per week.
WHEN VISITING ALBANY,'
Also an Elegant Stock of Cloths in Merchant Tailor
ing Department with Frst-Class Tailoring.
S. I3. BACH'S
New Corner Store
IS IN THE BUSINESS CENTER STILL:
The public school house on the south, .
The paper mill on tho north, -The
big planer on the east, ; " ;
And the depot on the west, iZ Y .
Makes the Corner Store the Hub
OH CENXKR OTP GRAT1TT.
IT IS A NEW STORE 1
CARRYING NEW GOODS. '
GIYES TO ALL ITS PATROHS 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
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
Boots & Shoes;-
In which I -will not be undersold. Come and seel roe" and
I will treat you well. . . -:
ALBANY, . . - OREGON,
RED FRONT STORE.
Groceries, Olo tiling-. Boots
Shoes, Etc., Etc.
Buy a can of PRIDE OP LEBANON BAKING POW
DER and draw a nice.piece of decorated Crockery or (glass
ware. An elegant Rolled-Plate. Watch to be given away
' free, gratis for nothing" to purchasers of this celebrated
Our goods are reliable; our prices just. . --
We will use you well; but cannot trusti
Goods delivered, promptly tb'all parts "of the city. ,
, Remembep the little Red Front Grocery. We solicit your
patronage. . - " - .
JOHN C REED, Prop.
D. TORBET, A. M
Principal, Lebanon, Or.
TO SEE THE