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A. iAt.1v ADAMS", OKO. I- ALEXAM'ER.
ADAMS & ALEXANDER,
rcniiiKKS asu I'roI'uiktoks.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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There arc a pkm mam methods
jof learning, but the old original
mcthol. suited to any age, calling
or condition, is at your twrviee at
anytime; it is to ask questions.
Several years ago we read that Ren
Butler was the most versatile man
in the White House, jnd the same
paper in which we read this news
told what made him so he made
it a. 'point all through life ta ask
questions of the professional man,
the manufacturer, the artisan and
the unskilled laborer. Who does
not see that this course when con
tinued for annmlier of years would
give one a rich fnud of general
knowledge. In spite of all im
jwoved methods of teaching, the
nsking of questions is to this day
the most direct method of learning
for anyone who really wants to
learn. It desn't cost a cent, ard
there is no end to the number of
teachers of whose knowledge you
may make use. It is the one means
of education which the Rst edu
cated persons never cease to use.
There are some self-satisfied, self
contained people who never ask
'questions except about some matter
of gossip or scandal, but you will
find that all the smartest lawyers,
doctors, preachers, mechanics, col
lege men, West Point graduates
and statesmen, the inost wily poli
ticians, the shrewdest traders, are
-always asking questions. Xo mat
ter how much they have" learned,
they rarer know enough. Next to
Jiaving sense enough to disover
nvhat you need to know, it is im
ortant to know how to ask for
information. If you think that
questioning ts going to relieve you
of thinking, you are doomed to dis
appointment. People will answer
"the thoughtless questions of a child
for an hour at a time, and think it
fun, but they will not endure the
thoughtlessness of a man or woman
:iive minutes. "Think before you
speak," is one tf the wisest of the
old sayings that the world has kept
Sn use; and it never is more im
"portant that when you are asking
questions relating to your business.
If mere chatter did any good, mon--eys
and parrots would be the
"wisest and richest beings alive; on
"the other hand, the fox who seldom
opens his head, except- to take in
something, is geoeralh- wiser than
a whole pack of dogs as well as
equally larger packs of dudes who
constitute the tail of the proces
sion. Be sure of what you want to
Ik now about l?fore you ask j-our
questions, then you will get what
von are looKinsc tor. tictore von
ssrin to question, be careful to re-
3jmIw that your purpose is to get
something not to give yourself
away. Hosts of the sxiecessful men
,of the world are doing business on
other people's ideas; and they get
all the glory besides ;,..you never
iear of the other fellow. Indeed,
-yaxi never hear much of anybody
who talks too much; people like to
forget that sort of a fellow as soon
s possible. . Don't fear you are
4aking advantage of the peopl who
answer you; there are thousands
who know much and talk well to
one who knows how to put his own
ideas into practical shape. A ek ques
tions; it will vield you a great deal
nf worldly- wisdom, besides giving
yu what you are particularly after.
Politeness is worth cultivating.
if only fwr tire sake of policy. In
every business it attracts and al
lures, while a rude manner reels
and often drives away trade. Et?-!
peeially may this be said of any
business Vhkh tiepend.s for success
upon tbfe custom of ladies. Many
a good customer ii driven oil' by
the rude manner of the employer
r his assistants; for, as a class,
ladies are apt to resent in this way
any want of politeness in those
whose shops they patronize. Man
ners are the ornament of action;
ami there is a way of speaking a
kind word, or of doing a kind
thing, which greatly en ha nees their
value. What seems to Ins done
grudgingly, or as an act of conde
scension, is scarcely accepted as a
favor. There are men who pride
themselves ujon their gruffhess,
and their manner is anything but
prepossessing. It Lj difficult to like
a man who, though he may not
pull your nose, habitually wounds
your self-respect, and takes a pride
in saying disagreeable things to
you. You cannot love however
hard you may try an individual
in whose character and manner
there is nothing lovable. The cul
tivation of manner though in ex
cess it is foppish and foolish is
necessary in a erson who lias oc
casion to negotiate with others in
matters of business. The world at
large cannot help forming its judg
ments and likings according to oit-
ward conduct. Another mode of
displaying politeness is, consider
ation for tlie opinions of others.
Dosrmatism, it has been said, is
only puppyism come to its full
, growth; and tlie worst iorm tins
quality can assume is that of arro
gance. Let men .agree to differ,
and when they, do differ, bear and
forbear. Principles and opinions
may be maintained with perfect
tsuaVity, without coming to blows
or uttering hard words; and there
&re circuinstanMJS in which words
.iire blows, -and inflict wounds less
easy to heal, I think, some of us
will even, go so far as to admit that
the poet ? right when he said,
"We are;-nettles. niue of us, and
giv- offense by the mere act of
mtovNsvn.t.K iirekzes. -
Mr. Hansard returned from Califor-'
nia last week.
Geo. V. Moore returned to bis trm
near Jefferson Monday.
Mrs. Hoby and family returned
from Portland Saturday.
J. J. Sawyer went to Albany Satur
day, return iiijr via Lobanon.
Pock Garroutte will woenwy J. B.
MorelocK'a house this winter.
John Standish returned from the
Blue River mines Friday last.
Elias Marsters and W. IS. Smith are
attending circuit court this week.
S. J. Wilhoit is laying material on
the ground for the Southern Metho
Harvey Stanard and family are re
siding on the farm with his father, A.
Saturday was a very satisfactory
day to business men ; their sales were
large and principally cash.
Alvis Gentry went to Lebanon on
Sunday, having heard that bis cousin,
David Gentry, was dangerously ill.
IMck Larkell, our tailor, has more
work than he can do. Dick is a good
fitter and deserves a liberal patronage.
Eph. Betts returned to the logging
camp on the Sound this week. Mr.
Betts will leave his family in Browns
ville this winter.
There are two trains on the O. Ry.
at present, and of course passengers
are no longer compelled to stop over
night at Tallman.
Dr. 1. W. Starr returned from Port
land this week. The Dr. will add to
his well-stocked drug store a book and
Messrs. Moore & Kirk are kept so
busy at their blacksmith shop that
they have employed an assistant in
the person of Mr. Kcariiea.
I. 1). Boyer was carrying his suit
maxillary in a nqikin Saturday. In
quiry elicited the fact that Dr. Vox
had twen hun'.ing for ivory.
J. M. Howe, after casling almut for
some time for a business location, has
decided to locate in Eugene and ten
a complete line of gents' furnishing
Emil Koppe left for Salem Monday.
Emil has leen in the employ of the
B. W. M. t'o. for number of years.
He is now in the employ of the Thoa.
Kay Woolen Mill Co. of Salem.
A new sign was flung to the breeze
on Saturday last. It reads, "Churn
Office." A very significant sign when
we rememlier that these agents churn
about $100 da j- from the community.
There was sacramental meeting at
the Presbyterian church Sunday, the
different denominations uniting in
the service. The pastor, Kev. It.
Robe, baptized two infants on this
With the two institutions, a church
and a jail, in Hausnian's addition, the
morals of this iortion of town will
take on a higher tone and the inhabi
tants of "Sodm" vi id not lack tl e
leaven which is to be found in the
Mrs. Jane Willi;, of The Dalles, is
visiting relatives in Brownsville. Mrs.
Willig lived in this town formerly and
her husband, Phillip Willig, plied the
tailor's trade for a number of year ,
after which he moved to Arlington,
and in more recent times to Tl e
The Brownsville tannery received
an order last week from San Francisco
for fifty tons of "splits." The propri
etors tell Uf that orders are placed
faster than the leather can be manu
tifstctnretl. This tannery has earned
an enviable reputation and has done
much toward breaking down tke prej. -dice
against Oregon tannages.
Prof. A. J.Gailand marshalled alwmt
a score of his male pupils on Saturday
and cleared the school grounds of
rubbish, built some fence and other
wise improved the surroundings.
Acting on the principle that "the la
borer is worthy of his hire," be re
munerated the toilers by providing
for the occasion an ample stock oi
con fection ery.
There came very near being a fire
in Brownsville Tuesday night. Wm
Donne's little daughter gave a party
to a number of young jieople aJiout
her own age, in theiew house which
be recently built but has not occupied
as et. 1 ii their earrings about the
room $Jie children tipped over a lamp,
igniting the contents of the lowl,
which for a time threatened the de-
strucuon oi ine ouiuung. l wo oi
Mr. Grimes' girls envelojieil the flames
with their wraps and in this way
smothered out the fire. Great credit
is due the little misses for their pres
ence of mind.
I.ETTKlt FROM JOUS WATEBS.
Ki kki.a x r. Wash ., Ot t. 24.
KlslTOR I.KBANON KxPKE.-.:
I tliounlit I w'uUl drop you a f-v
lines and Irt you know, as well ns my
friends, how I nm prospering in this
prosperous State of Washington, coun
ty'of King, city of Kirklaml.
Woll, here I nm, happy as a elani,
and doins: a good business in our line.
Kirklaml 13 a town of about 4X jn-ople.
We are supplied with a reneral uier
char.riiso store (Wtitcrs & Jklort-lock,
proprietors), tlire grocery stores, one
drug store, bunk, meat market, thrtte
hotels. Mie livery stable, one shoe
maker shop. We are located 011 the
side of a mountain with a gradual
slope to the water odfre of Lake Wash
ington, nine miles from iSeattle. We
can jro to S-attle every hour in the day.
We have six miles of water and three
miles of eable si reef cars.
Th-e name of our town was taken
from a wealthy fr ntlcman living here
hv the name of IV tor Kirk. (I have
not had Jime to ask linn if ho was re
lated to our old friend W. It. Kirk of i
is not a nifir,
the rest of our citizens all work to
gether. They put tltir shoulders to
the wheel ami push, and by this our
town moves 011.
The iieonlo Isiutrlit their drv arood-s
in .Seattle lnTore we came, as there was 1
other place l-i trade, but now they
all come to us and keep their money tit
home. During the short time we have
been here we have known several to
come in our store and tell 11s they were
going over to Seattle and if we had
what they wanted they would not
buy while there, and we are sure to
i suit them, both quality and price.
: fi 1 you sh? the ieople Hve and let live,
j and so the town goes on.
1 Tlu; other day while wrestling witii
a box of dry goods just received, I
; htard someone come in; supposed it
' wtts some of our customers, but on
j looking around I found to my great
'surprise two of my old chums, K. IX
Moyer of Albany and H. Ji. Moyer of
j Brownsville. Now I was glad to see
' the boys, and alter a hearty shake and
ia few minutes' talk the hoys proposed
j going to Seattle, and I agreed. We
i went to the hike and took a sail boi-t,
'and under the good management of
j tin two young siiilors we landed safe
; on Seattle vii' after almut one hour's
; sailing. SVe sivni a pleasant evening
lofrether, ami the next iimrning wc i i.
pafU-d. The oYts went to difioreni'
points on the Sound and I returned to
my place of business In Klrkland,
where 1 am tn-lay. The sun Is Binning
bright ami warm, and In the blue sky
not a cloud cnu be seen, while upon the
beautiful lake there are a round dozen
height and passenger steamers and a
great many small sailboats.
J. M. Waters, superintendent of
flouring mill, Is now In his glory. The
hum of tl e machinery and the flue
grade f Hour they are making makes
him feel good.
W. M. Blakely, president and pur
chasing agent of flouring mill, was In
J. It. Klrkpatfick, general sales agent
of flouring mill, has a good livery sta
ble and a tine lot of horses in ltavenna.
W. W. Waters Is second miller In
Seattle flouring mill.
James and Geo. Smith are running
the engitie and are well pleased in lta
venna. John Wilson Is packing the Hour.
Mrs. Mary Woods is well pleased In
Ravenna and will stay through the
J. XI. Waters and wife will go to
Brownsville on business next week.
J. H. W.
We wish to say to our old customers,
and also new ones, that We are nrenar-
ed to furnish well seasoned lumber,
maae irom sort mountain nr, at tlie
Second rlrar, .... ....... SlO.lrV
fhr ............ 12.0
Fencing, boxing ncl timbcre 7.00
Atourmlll in Wlrtsburg, Linn Co.,
Oregon Jkxnings A Co.
LOUNGES OF ALL KINDS,
Chairs of Every Description and De
gree of Comfort,
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Bric-a-Brac
of Every Description,
In Fact Evvrythln; Belonging to th Trade
at Pricas that Defy Competition.
Chun-hill & Montcith's Old Stand.
THE CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH. TOY BTtCKl
TOP IT MOW.
SOON IT WIIL BK TOO LATg.
1 have been trembled man v veers with
disease of the kidoer and bae tried
lerem retaeaies ana asr
eht aid from different physicians
bout rtllrf About tbe !5th of Aprd
1 ins suffering from a very violent
attack that ausost prostrated saa In
stx-b a manner tnat I was bent over.
Wb X sat dovro it was almost Impossible for me
to get up alone, or to pat on my ciouaes. wnen
kind Providence sent Dr. Hen lev,
OREGON KIDNEY TKA, to my
hotel. I immediately tomncsad
uspg the tea It had an almost
mrracnlcjs effect, and to the aston
ishment of all the gnests at the hotel.
tn a lew days. I am happy to state,
tnat I was a new man. X wil
recommend the tea to all a 81
aa I have been.
C. A. TVPPEK,
Proprietor Occidental Hotel
Santa Rosa. Cal.
NO MORE BACKACHE!
Rbenmalism, Neuru'gia, Corns
HEADACHE. And ALL PAIN.
Tit CaKbraia Po?t!T as i H-gativs
ELECTRIC COUGH CURB
CVKtS COLDS, CROijP. CONSUMPTIO.
Sola ry sUl Brnrsi.-tt. Each 25o, SOe & tl
Oraasingar & Co , Prop's. Los Angelas, Cal,
Agents for Lebanon, Or.
O. E. HARDY
llan on hand a larsre tm-k f
Call And Secure Price?.
!Eureka Meat Market,
L. M. WHEELER, Pro'p.
Baef, Pork, Mutton, Sau
sage. A share of the public patronage so
licited. THE CHURCHES.
l'RKVTr;i:l.VS ClII RCtl A. 5Inn--llns. j.
tor. iJiTvies ovi-ry .Vni.l Rtti nl 11 A. M. nml I'M
V. M. Siilwmllt w-l'iivil at 10 A. M. Pniyer raivl
hia Wciiucwliiy ovfiilug t Jua 'cltK-t. All xv-
riMKRi.AN'n 1'iikshytkkiax curacn
X. !.. Xt'W. mtor. K-r'wn-! the HiioiTitl aiul
lnurili Kabimllii tf u-h nii'inh. morning and
-vi-ninp. Smulay ;-4jmi1 cvity utlatli at 111 A. M.
Kveryoue s clcnnu'.
TAKEN" VI IY THE VXlKUIf5NKD OX
or alxrtit Sopti nilxT 15. Ih'.n. on my farm fix
miles -at of lAjltAimn. olio hiu- cira with nwu
sf.t on tin- titk nnl shmilitfrs, 1kII ears
roniiptl. iui liramls. Ctrvr mwiox-d lo Ik" eiulit
1. Owner will please call nml iay
itlMT the OJiiiinil w ill 1h- miM.
. j", r. aopwjxi
-IS AS I'SITA!.-
IN THE LEAD
An Immense Stock of
Bought for Cash at remarka
bly low figures. Close buyers
who expect to pay cash for
their goods are respectfully
invited to examine tlie large
stocks kept at the
One-Price Cash Stores
Ne trouble tQ show goods,
aftd if vou wish to buv we
know that Montague's is the
We offer vou full lines of
Men's, Youth's and Ilov
Clothing at prices that simply
defy competition. v e have
now in stock
Oregon City Manufactured Clotlv
inp; I.0T3- & Straus' Manufactured
Fine Cassiinere Clotliinp;
Fine ImNrttc.l Worstil Clothing;;
Fine Spring-Bottom Pants;
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Chil
These can le had at Montague's.
To the Ladies!
The ladies of Lebanon and vicin
ity express themselves as very
much pleased with Montague's fine
lines of Fall and Winter Dresf
(ioods which he has just purchased
from one of tlie leading importing
'nouses of the United States. Mon
tague's stock . is unsurpassed this
udo of Portland. Tlie ladies art
respectfully invited to examine
Hosiery, Corsets and La
Full lines in all these branches
f the Dry (Joods trade, and wt
an offer you good value for youi
noney. Should you need (J LOVES
ve have everything desirable and
itylish " in Silk, Lisle Thread and
Jotton. Remember Montague's
nottois '"One hundred cents' wwrtl:
for a dollar every time."
Boots and Shoes.
"Kich and every pnir of lioots and
.-hocf in the two hirge ctuitlishinents
owned ty Montague are nianufneturtd
xprwslj- for him. Every pair fully
warrantetl. These jpods we tin
Import from Missouri, as ha Ixtn a I
'iCp""! hy would-he roinetitor3, hut are
made up from the very In-st stock by
white hilMir vmi loyed hy lUiekinglipin
A Hcchl and t'ahn, Xickelshurg & Co.
When you want anything neat and
tervieeahle at ted-rook prices, with u
full guarantee on every pair, you will
tsstintllv buv your foot-wenr of MON
rAtil'E. Hats and Caps.
Xo mail, youth, hoy or child can le
CAiiif idcred well dressed If their cranium
'.s surmounted hy a 'shoekini; had
hat." In onler to set our numerous
customers right in this regard, Monta
gue has laid in for the fall anil winter
trade an immense stock of Hats and
Caps. These poods were houfrht direct
from the manufacturers and at very
low figures. Take a ltok through them,
and when you d want to buy, as a
matter of course you will buy your
head-gear only of Montague.
Men's Furnishing Goods I
A9 underwearfor the masculine gender
is usually culleu, is an essential article
for the comfort and good health of
mankind in thin humid climate. Mon
tague's stock of
Fine "Shirts L.ion Brand;
Fine Shirts Standard JJrand;
Fine Shirts Neglige;
Finn Shirts In Cassimere;
Fine Shirts in every style;
Undershirts and Drawers An end
less variety In all weights, shades and
We sell hugeous ouantitles of these
goods, ami invite your attention to-the j
new grades and new prices. Jle wise,
buy your Underwear of Montague.
Natural ys. Artificial Gas.
No, there Is no joke about the natu
ral gas being found in Lebanon. The
gas is a fact; nor is St, as some imag
ined, the outcome of windy advertise
ments in the " Lebanon Kxpress.'
Always buy your gods of Montague
and get full value for your money.
TO THOSE WHO OWE ME MONEY.
Montague lias waited long enough
for what you owe htm. Pay up NOW.
Not next week, or next month, or next
Christmas, but NOW. I can use it to
advantage, need it in my business, and
3ou will confer a very great favor on
yourself and Montague by paying
right up without furtntr solicitation.
W. C. PETERSON.
S. O WALLACE.
PETERSON 4 WALLACE,
Real Estate Brokers,
DO A GESERAL iCEUCI BUSIHESS,
Ichillns Mre and IJfe Insurance.
-It AVE OX 1U.VD HOME-
In Both City Property and
uixnox A uvF.nnxL clobk txst k-
tifAKMAX AS rilAXCE fO.. it Lotulon.
OAKI-A.vn HOME IXSIRACE CO., of Oakland,
STATE IXSl'RAXC E CO of Salem, Oregon.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' INSVRAXCK CO..
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR.
Don't Go ta Portland
Gradwohl, of Albany,
To Be Found in the Metropolis.
He Sweeps the Valley of
!u C'n'kcTV. Fancy rtinwls. Toy. Rowr l!ni.'
SMyerwHtv. rrviich China and lUa-vtvarv,
lky" Witpms 1mH C'iirriiisvs Etc
The Ctnl.len Rule Hnznar males re-lttltv of th-FiiH.-)4
Tea. CuilWuand lifitin - fimdcr?,
evt'ry (tMknse if nhW-h is timiu;fHc
tiire! f'VHint ban the u:aut;
of (ioi li il Rub.- Iliiutir.
Ifurar aaya tia tima fb TT. L. Deny
rtora wit boot nam ud prce aia
M muatu, put aua aoan aa m
VV. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
But In the world. Kiamlne ril
.t.OO OKSIIXK HASD-SKMU) SHOE.
S4.DO IIA!I-SETCKU 1VKLI SHOK.
S l.no l'OM K AND FA KM Kits' SHOE.
.dl KXTKA VALUE CAI.F SHOE.
S.'2S AVOBKINOM AN'S SHOE.
S2.00 and SI. 1.1 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
U madv la :unirreu Button aud Lae
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE LAFDiRE3.
Beat Material. Best Style. Beat Fitting.
it mt sold by tout drlt-. wrlt
W. L. DOUGLAS. iSKOCKTON, MASS
For sale C. C. Hackleman,
00 ROT CRIPi, SICKEN OR
Suit Cum for Sick Rt aohbht ,
mmm u maom tnu nil irom
IadiTOa or Oonuptio
Improve the Com pLpxioa
Th doM ma nicly tditKtod to iuit th csm, m
on pill enn Bvr be too lam Aom. Eur to Inke
u to nnoh afrar. 49 pills put np in ntrona rll
whicb can b carried in vest pockwt. A Sreai Cmw
lac ! Trnvtrm mm4 BMlefa . Ham 6nila wlt
SAvariiai vusi mmm vrui huui wmr tat wiMa,
DR. HARTlfl 8 IRON TONIC. t
' tTHIFIR8 tti Rt.OOO; RRdVLATRfl the I.IVRItA
; u BIDWKT8 0S RRMTORFS tb DKRIUTATKO
to RFALTA Dd VIOOROVS 8THBNGTH tfTDm V
THE OR. HARTEB MEOICIME CO.ST. LOUIS, MO.
Omalia, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North South,
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
C. C. RAWLINCS, Agent,
l - ...3, y
x" - .: -: v"'
'iAa. n ii iim i ..lOfcaaiiii f
Jtll ON GALE
To Slake Hoom for My
Spring and Summer Stock
FURHISMIKG GOODS, ARB ROTIOSs,
I WILL CLOSF OUT MY
Entire Btock of
Boots & Shoes
Now Is the Time to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. K. READ,
.Allum v, OrojjOi.
DON'T SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE.
You can buy any of the
Cheap, of -SWAM
THEY CARRY A FULL LINE QF
Stans UlaiE, also
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
C Job 1ork done oh SJiort A'otiee.
The Yaciuina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAIfaROAD
Oregon De Yelopment Go's Steamshp Line
225 Mile Shertarl 20 Hoar Lass Time!
Then hy any otbCT Route
FIRST-CLASS THROUGH PASSENGER AMD
- FREIGHT LINE
From rivtlurul ojmI all points In the Willamette
Valley to awl frmn !? Franelo, CaL
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCIIEUVLE (Ex-cp Sundapi.)
Lt Yaiiiiti A .M
I.T forTMllL-'H:. A M
Ar .Allwnv II! A M
Lr AHmnr lirJO P M
LTCorralii lt P M
Ar Vanning IS6PH
O. A ('. trains eonnwt at Albany ami Corvalli.
The oIhivc trains ronnect ot Yauina with the
Orcsini leveUiiinent fumpntij" line of Steara--hils
tx-tit!ii Ya)uiiia aud t-an Fram-i-co.
S. S. Willamette Valley
WM L S.VI1. FRO.H-
jiis rr.AXi iscxi.
Tilts eompany reerre-e tlie rizht to change sr.il- j
nulates without iKitiee. .
Kememlier the OrvEn Pacifie Popular Summer
Excursion. Ijow Rate Tickets are now on iale :
'mm all Valley Points to Yaquina ami return.
WM. M. HOAO.
C. C. IUI"E, General Manager.
Actins U. K. P. Agent. Corvallis Or.
Oregonian Railroad Co.
Crt'neral Offices Comer Front and F
. Strctts, Poi lland.
Fl!03 l'oBTUSI To PoRTLASll
? 1 i STATIONS. M M I
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I.V. l.V. AH. .K.
P. M ' P. V. A. W.
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7 10 25 WiMxllim-n 1 40 7 50
8 5(1 ti 2 .......JiilvertMi 11' 05 6 45
: 1:1 Vest Jci' . fts
A 'n Tnlhm n K .r4
5 07 Umwnsville . 7 4
1! .V) Cobnrff . 10
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12 " lmmlee .liinetion. 2 ("
2 i Sheridan 9 mi
4 1 DuUns. ... 8 2
4 -Vt Monmonlh 7 :w
- 5 fv Au lie - 6 4J
Ticket for West SMe stations for sale at toot of
Jetlerson street. Tickets for Kttsi sfcle stations for
sale at t'nion ilirst. corner I'irth hh1 1 stn'Ots.
rassenirers fnm Xjulunon for IScio ami other
txiints north of Tallntnn tSuitthcm Paeilie cro.-
iiiKi, can connect at Tallmnu at 8:54 A. M.. ami
for HroH iisville nnd points south of Tallman, cou-
C1IA3. S. S)TT.
(Jon. Snjit. & Hen. F. & Pass. Asrent.
HEW HARNESS SHOP
J. C. FREY & SON,
" DEALERS IX
Harness, Saddles, Collars,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A CALL.
At Peterson & Wallace's Old Stand.
CAME TO THE FLACE OP" THE UX1ER
(irnel, six miles west of T-ebtuion, on or
alKint Seteuiiier 1st, one bay horse 3 years old.
while hind feet, xtarin forehead, snip nose, short
mane, no brand, owner will pleas,, call, et an
imal und pay chnrKes, V. L. JIOOUK.
' FALL. TEltM BEGINS 8EPT. IStli.
Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Sciences
and History Taught
ALSO BOOK-KEEPING AND COMMON BRANCHES. 1
TERMS 50 to 75 cents per week.
WHEN VISITIlVa .AJL,I31IVY,
. DON'T FAIL
Also an Elegant Stock of Cloths in Merchant Tailor
ing Department with Frst-Class Tailoring-.
S. F. BACH'S
New 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. the west,
Makes the Corner Store the Hub
Oil CKNTEIt OF GRA'Vnri".
IT IS A NEW STORE I
CARRYING KEW GOODS.
GIYES TO ALL ITS PATRONS NEW 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,
Mens, Youths 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 see me and
I will treat you well. ,
ALBANY, - - - 0REi?,0N.
Merchant T ai 1 o r,
An Elegant Line of Suitings Kept
Cleaning and Repairing Promptly
and Neatly Done.
A GOOD FIX GliRAISTTEJ2r,
D. TORBET, A. M
Principal, Lebanon, OrJV
TO SEE THE