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The Lebanon Express.
FHIDAY, JULY 1, 1887.
J". H. STINE, Editor.
A fire in Ba.vton, W. T., one night
last week, destroyed ?1 13,000 worth of
Kit CaiimTPor(ATltTTn resolving
to ask the governor of Oregon to use
his Influence in having the flag order
re voked, mistook their man.
With the Portland Aetr, we enter a
most emphatic protest against Mr. St.
John, of Kansas, coming to Oregon to
lecture for Prohibition. As the pen
pie have no confidence In him, he will
do us more harm than good. Keep
hi ni away.
James G ..Blaine s;iys prohibition has
been a grand Miecess in Maine, that it
has greatly lessened or practically ubol
ished the liquor traffic in that state.
Neal tv says the same; about every
official of that state who has made a
statement on the subject ot late years
hfls given the same testimony to the
efficiency of prohibition in Maine.
A severe warning to Chinese miners
comes from an Idaho mining region
A whole camp of Chinese miners were
slain in a night. Opinion is divided ns
to the authorship of the bloody deed
but the whites, the reds, and the yel
lows, are suspeettd. More than likely
It was the whites who look with an evil
eye upon Chinese intrus on in Amerl
can mines. The American miner kicks
hard at the Chinese miner.
Prohibition leaders claim that they
will be able to poll 50,000 votes in New
York in November. This is a large
claim, and though the increase in their
vote in recent years has been steady, it
has not been large enough each year to
make so great a gain as th'.s probable.
It was nearly 19,000 in lbS3, nearly 2 v
OOOinlSSl, nearly 31.000 in 18S5 and
over 36,000 in 1SS6. Th'-re is a regular
advance of from 5,000 to 6,000 votes a
year, but the present claims is f r 11,000
advance. They may make it, however.
Better times are upon us. Every
thing indicates that the vear 1SS7 is to"
"be one of the lest Oregon has ever seen.
If people will only use the lessons of
thrift and economy that a few hard
years just past have taught them, the
next few years may indeed be a grand
era of prosperity. Economy is not in
consistent with the highest degree of
enterprise; it only makes the results of
intelligent enterprise moi? substantial
and enduring. Industry, economy and
enterprise are the elements of success
in building up either private fortune or
developing a state are now, have been
in the past and will continue to be in
B. 8. Worsley, resident of the Asto
ria,socalled State Board of Directors of
the Firemen's Association, writes Capt.
C C. Hacklemati of this city, a long j
letter attempting to smooth over thec.e-:
tion of said Board in g ttingaway with
the flOO the I.-bam u team won at j
Vancouver. He says now that it M as '
the third coupling .that was not broke j
by hand. Mr Worsley knows very well
there was nothing said about the third
coupling when the contest wsrs decided
in favor of Lebanon. Too thin, Mr.
Wn too thin. You have got our boys'
money. Keep it, and dou't make mat
ters worse in trying to white-wash
your Astoria Board of Directors for giv
ing j our Astoria firemen a prize they
they did not merit.
It always pays to plant trees.
Use a sharp hoe, the dull hce wastes
Peas will do the work of reclaiming
poor land whire clover will not stand.
The Short-horn bull, "Duke of Con
naught," recently sold in England for
In Australia many wool-growers
t-hear their sheep by machiuery driven
Make odIv good butter. It is just as
easy to make s bad butter, and will al
ways find ready 6ale.
Muncie, Ind., has the largest gas
well in the world. It is flowing at the
rate of 12,000,000 feet per day.
Sunflower seed, which can be easily
grown without trouble, forms a food of
which fowls are extremely fond.
Don't feed little chicks until they are
thirty-ix hours old. If fed before'that
time their digestive organs are impair
ed. Feed plenty of carrots and plenty of
grain, keep the cows warm and you
mav have fairly yellow butter in win
ter. Bees are the only farm stock that
give a valuable product, and yet cost
nothing beyond being provided with
To cure a horse of the botts, drench
with one quart of strong tea, made from
ur common wild sage. It will bring
relief mi one hour.
To have the best success with small
fruits,manore hiprhly and give thorough
cultivation, littler raise 300 bushels
on one acre than on three.
Massachusetts experiments show that
planting raedium-eized whole potatoes
gives better returns than when half po
tatoes of the same size are planted.
The freshest eggs are the heaviest,
and when placed in a pan of water will
sink to the bottom at once. Older eges
will sink partly, .while stale eggwill
float on top.
Dairy schools have proved beneficial
-in Kurope. The agricultural college of
Mississippi in the only one in this coun
try where special attention is given to
practical butter and cheese making.
Several men have sold to farmers, at
$3 per dozen, eggs which they said
would hatch valuable chickens. They
promised to pay $3 apiece for ail
chickens raised. The'eggs were boiled.
The Illinois bouse of representatives
has just made it a punishable offense to
obtain certificates of registry of cattle
and other animals by false pretense, and
also to give false pedigrees of animals.
Provide an ash Jxith for fowls by fill
ing an old dish pan or some vessel that
is wide and shallow, with dry, fresh
wood ashes. This is better than the
dust bath, keeps fowls fr from lice,
and I lev like 'it..
Dry, dusty hay makes a very unpal
atable meal for hordes that have to work
hard. The best of nay Is liable to bej
a little dusty ut this time of the year,
and is not injured tt all by being damp
ened a little before fed.
Calves should be kept growing IVom
the start. A month-old calf should be
fed an ounce or so of oat meal or fine
bran every day. Young calves should
be carefully guarded against overfeed
ing and vermin.
I r you expect your grain to come up
evenly, do not plow a whole field before
you sow, when you have a few acres
plowed, then sow while the surface Is
moist, before it has time to dry out.
This is especially necessary in the In
land Empire, where the surface dries
Subscribe for the Express.
C. B. ROLAND & Co
.New Store, New Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Choice
Selections in Fancy Summer Neek
Wear, Silk Underwear, Balhriggan
Underwear, Fish, Clark & FJagg's
The very Best make of Hand Sewed
Shoes, and the verv Latest Styles
in Mens' Boys' and Youths' Cloth
ing. All the CelebraUd makes of
HATS IN EVERY STYLE.
OCR STOCK CONSISTS OF
Bright New Fresh Goods,
And as honest, fair and square
dealing is our motto, we ask the
public to call and get prices.
C. B. Roland & Co.,
One door West Revere house, Albany.
220 Miles Shorter!
20 Hours Less Time I
Accommodations Unsurpassed for Com
fort and Safety.
Fare and Fivtehw via. Yaquina nJ the Orviron
lVTlipment Co i- Su-nmshirw mm-h k- than by
any oilier route between all points iu Willamette
Vailev anl San Frm-is.-.
DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS,
Ijeave Yaijuina 6?1 a. v. Leave Albnnr 12-tn p. !.
Arrive Corvallis 10:!V a.. Arrive Corvallislri'p.M.
Arrive Albany UlM a. Arrive Yaumao:4o a.m.
O. C. Train connect at Almny and Oorvall!"!.
Fare between Oorvallis t- Albany and & FranclNeo:
R?il and Cabin SU Rail and Steerage 00
WM. M. HO AG, C. C, HOAU.
Ueneral Manager. Actiug U. F. A P. As.
Oregon Development Co.
FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP LINE
YAQUINA & SAN ERASCISCO,
Conneetini at Va jiiinn w i;h tlie Train of the
Or-g' n I'acnn; Kailroad Couiiuny.
SATUXG PATKS :
nm vaq'tna. I fkom sx Fmsrwu.
E.t.Oregon Wen.J'lyC East. Oreson. Weti JuueJS
The eo;nwinr reserves the right toehauge steam
ers ot f-ajiio: ibve.
S. it. Ti!Y, fion. F. A P. Apnt.
391 Montsuiaery St., San Franeiseo, Oil.
GO TO SPICER.
A. A. Bashor
CARRIES A FULL LINE OF
All Goods Sold at Bed
Highest Market Price for Country
GIVE ME A CALL AND BE CON
Furniture at Manufacturer's
To Reduce my present Stock to make
room for a
Full Line of Hardware
While I will Continue to Manufac
ture a First-class Article of
BED-ROCK PRICES !
WDON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
One door north ot Postofllcc,
E. GOAN, Lebanon, Or.
We Have Leased the
Anil wiUptacc the w.mc in proper eoniKtion to
receive grain, ami vc solieit the ftorogo of sume
from the fanners far aud near. We w ill
Pay Albany Prices.
CHURCHILL & MOXTEITir,
C. H. K.Lirros,
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Fnim the farm of Mr. A. Wheeler, a span of
Kmall horses. ljckniginj? to Mr. 1 lenders, of Al
DE3CRIPTIOX OT HORSES:
A Pyr? of dark browns, well nifttrfu-'I, almost
exiietly alike. Hrarxlj bramied on fcft fchouldrr
ah a sin II V eneh. The near bnrs i also
tTuiTicl jiiKt over the V wh the KjetaeU; brand.
Weight l.uo poniKW eneh.
Anyotte irivinif tnfennutfon coneernins the
Fitme will le lilerally rewarded by notifynig L.
.J.njv. .'cut: II'.- )fT..
C. n. MONTAGUE'S COLUMN.
The Good Times Have Reach
Montaptie" sale for cash dnrinj the ("t week
were unpreeedentedly larse nearlj- iioti1e what
they were on the same date lit June" any time tlur
Iur the past fifteen year. Good givids at low
iwleus, printer" Ink and lot of free adverti-lnc
may aeeonnt for it. lam utoeklnj tr constantly
w ith fresh jwuls notably in stimmer dress pot!, ladle,-
Mkeand children" f hoe, lioflery In end-K-
rarU'ty, while ftr getitkuien. boys and chil
dren. I am gcuhij; an elecant line of ck-thins.
hnts, eapn.the "Bora Hoot," warranted, plow shue
and dress shoe, cheap stylish and dnraWe. These
gaixls were bonnht for ea.h, at very low rates, and
will he sold without resard to the la rev prlees nsu
ally charpvd by other houses f inferior ituud.s
"The friends th.it ha-t. and tlteir adoption lriet,
Urupple them to thy soul with hooka of tecf
Mntairue has just fonts of friend, and the way
they rally around his estahlUhment bnyins their
Htpplies of him. rejoices the heart of the old pren
tleman, who feel that his lahorx amour the good
people of Lebanon and vicinity for the past fifteen
year. Is m.t kindly ajiprveiated. As Moutaene
is here to stay, it will be to Ms Interest, as wi-ll as
yo;irs, to rive you full value for yinir mcm-y every
time. Alaays go to Montague' Tot your Miplits.
Montasrae has no desire "to control the entire
bitiness of lebanon, and ill make no frantic ef
f.wts towanls that end. He propose to let his
competitors man n re their btu-iaesii in their own
way. He ill buy his ponds at the very lnet
rate w hen he has the Cash to pay fT them, and
if he does sell them kmer than others, remexi'fr.
that he e!l exehtsiwly for Cah. and those who
buy rora him w-ill not have to pay their q-.iota to
c ivor bad dbts. which, unfortunately, credit rlv
Inir houes too often make. Look over his stock
an 1 get his prkv.
Hartir out or banner on the outer wall.
The cry is. Mill they come I"
yew customers are beinjr. added dAily to Monta
KWe's already larce IK of patrons. They buy their
supplies at his mammoth ta.h store and ro aawy
tatlsrtol. as his eoncls are first -r-lass in every re
spect, while bis prices arc much lower than
Montague Intended to say a few vord-thls week
anent attempted conspiracies ami chronic kickers
but he w ill deist for the present.
There is a certain old family who. Tor many,
many centuries lia-s used for it motto the word
Cave, Aiwvji." Construe them as you like.
With the kindest wishes for his friends, and a
stern defiance to his foes Montague will continue
at the old stand dispcnMiur his goods at the ltwet
livinp rates, knoains well that buyers will p
where they can do the beit, and where they arc
sure of gvttiiuc IOO cents' worth for a dollar,
very time. Drop in and see him.
I have no patent on my style of advertising ;
neither do I odvertie my-lf rs a l.cadeT." Re
member this: "The great heart of the workl is
just." 1 am satifktl, and profoundly thankful for
the people' verdict.
C. B. MONTAGUE.
Churchill & Monteth's Space.
It Has Been Fully Demonstra
ted Purina thejpast week, that CHURCHILL & Mn".
TKIT1I arc h IIIiir rixxIs chen cr than any other
finn In town, and they propose to continue to tner
II the patronage they have received.
We have mado another cut In summer Roods
this week, and invite all the ladles In to exuminc
our Immru-e Mock, and make tltelr piu-chu.tes for
the Fourth of July.
We hnvc a few mitn; of those handsome Km
bnrfderlwl ltites, w hich we are scUttic very cheap
ttxifU in get one befoie they arc all gone.
Harvest b approaclini;, and wc wish t direct the
attention of harvester to our stock of Harvest
Fhocsand Gloves. Here will be found the very
articles Unit Kurtucrx heed, ami at prices within
reach of everybody.
Churchill & Monteith.
DON'T FVY I L, T O
ilk oar retailer fnr tfc Orlnlaal 93 6ht
llewara ot Imitations.
Maa Geaaiae anlesa bearlDc this Stamp
L Madit In Hutton.CorirrPMi ft Lac.
I Best cHT ftnn. l nxt-eiiM in
UJ a i U uriuK jou I im u mm-
lion tiow to rt inn anoa
OCT 15171 cor irmiiiT),
J. Means & Co.,
This shoe staadt htrher In the estimation cf
PTearm tHsn anT other in ths world. Ihoussata
Who wear IS will tell 7011 the reason if you ut tbcuv,
Churchill & Monteith
W. C. Petersons Space.
WALT. C. PETERSON'S
The World Type-Writer
WHAT IS IT?
The Machine Answers for Itself.
A Machine to ;!o the Work of the Pen.
If vou write much or little, you iioimI
n Tie-Vriter, eoctittfr yi 1-tit $IO
that will tlo .vtttir work much U-tter
thnu machine for which you will jwiy
IV11 writing is slow nntl tiresome. It
watl time, it nd time is nioiu-y, no
matter what your occupation. The
continucti titsu of the icii exhausts
btnly atul mind.
The ien ennnot ke-p pnee with
thouirhtH. Often the In'ft re lt. The
mind nccomeH elopjred, the Mwer of
rapitl coiiiiotition remains nndevelo
eti, and your written productions lack
the brilliancy of vxtcmpornneou
Mech. Time, health antl the highest
trapahilitk-s arc ta valuable to le wast
ed. Hence the demand for a rapid and
easy writing machine. After many
attcnints success has been attained in
The World Type-Writer,
which einltodies the fundamental prin
ciples of writing machine, ami em
braces patented device wheh are .be
lieved to be essential to the construc
tion of a successful and practical type
writer. It is the result of costly expe
rimenting, and is the nearest approach
to perfection for the money it costs,
which has yet been produced. It suc
cessfully meets the demand, and
WALT- C. PETERSON,
is ready to supply that demand ami"
. .1 t- . I A . . ,1- f.l
prove to uie jieopte mat uie trorttt
Tjpr- Writer in mightier than the pen,
us the "pen is mightier than the
sword." you can buy one from me for
Ten nolnrs, (10.00) and make your
self and family happy. Call and see
them work, if'you do not wish to buy
one. They are on exhibition at my
LEBAXOX, Oli EG OX.
13 V.r A
Iff V- er r e..
You -:- Certainly
Why don't you go to ULAIN, the
Leader in Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
. IN ALL GRADES,
From Eastern Fuctorim.
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. We are eonfldent of IMenMng you. All
we ask Ih the opportunity of
f bowing you .
Through our- Stock.
VE ALSO KEF.P IS STOCK
Tha Celebrated Bro?nsilie Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
iA-ading Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
J. I.. COWAX. J. M. R.UTON. J. W t t'PK.K.
BANK of LEBANON,
Transact a General Bank
Accounts Kept Subject to Check.
EXciiAxiu: 80LD ox
Hew York, Sao Francisco, Portland and
Ot Favorable Terms.
3 E. E. MONTAGUE. I
J 1KAI.KK IX I
OF A I.I. KINDS.
I Foreign and Domestic
I Periodicals I
Andrews - & Ilackleman,
WALLACE & THOMPSON, I
1 Tin: t
j LINN COUNTY. j
SOLE AGENTS I
I FOR THE &
3 Cklelrntt;L t
j Geyserite Soaps.
3 Al.ItANY, OKIiON.
WILSON & WESTFALL,
Livery and Feed Stable.
Daily Hack to Lebanon.
Fare Each Way, 50 Cts.
GOOD TURNOUTS AND
At Konsoiitiblo Htitei
GIVE US A CALL.
SMITH & HAMMACK,
Ijclmnoii Junction.' Oregon,
ARE PAYING THE
Highest CASH Price
. tSack l'urnislml n Application,
Of fmmm mn f
G. T. COTTON,
Groceries & Provisions
TOBACCO AND CHJARS,
Foreign and Domestic
C ONFECTIONER Y
Queensware and Glassware,'
LAMPS AND LAMP EIXTURER.j
Main St., LMon, Oregon.
Lebanon & Sweet Home
Stage Line. i
H. Y. GIBSON, - Proprietor.!
Cartyinp U. S. Mail.
Leaves Ibannn on Mundarn. IVeOneiflar!! and
SeJurdaj-. Rturnuig fame day.
RATES OF FARE:
lbanon to .Stxlavllle or Waterluo.T 50rt.
1 4; ballon to 8treet tlumc SIVO
Good New Hack and other Ac
rrtirs dctfring to ro to any of the above named
jiin!. on intf-r-VL-nins laj will 1 aotnmuo
datvd by ni plrmt: ki jny nidcoec la
II. Y. GIBSON.
Harkness & Mayers Bros,
Horse Shoeing and Gen
ALL WORK WARRANTED
TO GIVE 8ATISFACTION.
Prices to Suit the Times.
GIVE IS A CALL.
ANOTHER CUT IN RATES!
I Un leave to announce to the fannero of Linn county, that I am atiil In
Inmint-w at tlie Old Htand, and have just received from the Kat a
Large Stock or Wagon Timber, During the Cut in Freight Rates,
And I am willing the farmers and people generally should have the
eauie. Any one w ishing Wagon Kt pairing done, -will pleajc notice my
Killing nil ltiiitls of -vvlieels, per set 9 1 00
" wlieel - 3 to 4 co
N'ew sot of wheels ------ so 00
Bolsters. Sandboards and Tongues, ench 1 00
Hickory Aclo. each ------ 4 Oo
Silngle Spokes und Fellows, each - - so.
Everything else in Proportion. All work Warranted.
IlcmcTuber the place one door Pouth of Arthur & Bishop's blacksmith Hb
A. C. HAUSMAN. - - XORTH BROWNSVILLE, OREGON.
M. A. MILLER,
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, & Glass.
ALPO - " .
A Complete Stock of Stationery,
LADIES' TOILET ARTICLES.
NEXT DOOR TO W. B. PONACA,
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and -:- Medicines -
-o22Paints, Oils and Glass
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
.Vain Street, Lcbetnon, Oregon.
-AXD UEALTK IX-
Collins, Caskets, Trimmings and Buning Robes.
Doors, Window Blinds, Locks, Hanging-Nails, Etc. -
j Main Sxufurr, ul
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
R. C. Watkius,
SWEET HOME, - - OREGON.
Repairing: of All Kinds at Rea
Shoeing nil around, new shots, ?1.75.
Having located to stay I ask a share of
the public patronage.
IX. C. W ATKINS.
, p. CONN,
Contracton CarpeilteT and
Plans & Specifications
OX SHORT NOTItli,
All Kinds of Carpenter Work Done and
Prices Very Reasonable.
ALBANY A LEBAXOX. OREGON.
A Double Circular Water
Power Saw Mill,
NEAR LEBANON, OR.
Capacity about 5000 feet per day. Also
10 a-rrs of land 011 w hick the saw
niiil in located.
Also hare a larg stock of
First Quality- Lumber
j At lowest market rates for cash.
G. W. "WHEELER, Lebafloa, Oregon.
- - LEBANON, OREGON.
of -:- Furniture,
- tf. Leba. thttwJ.