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posticrs, ictc. 1: re
The Lebanon Express.
FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1SSS.
H. I. Ilrlpalrick, PnMisher.
In thta Humn will h found an
rtiole from the pen of "Justice"' In re
ply to an article from "Olwervor."
Them are both jxentlfmeti of litV rent
political parti-, and s lnyc as they
rt finiu from bitter acrimonies or ner
tvmalities, we will publish Iheir several
replies with pleaaure; we have eontl
lence in Imth these p?ntl:iien am! we
trust they will continue their articles
in such a spirit of fairness ns will in
terest our readers.
axswer to observer.
In your issue of two weeks' ir, l
Berwr seeks to fcive !ei. Ilarrl
eonabit of fi-ce advertising through
on s standing in Indiana, he knows
that he is not strong with the masses
f the people in his own state. I am
Informed that ho was once dt f ntcd for
alderman in the city of Indianapolis,
columns. I iuie you will ai.ow .make them no easier to wear a gloom v tiWy' ,'t- - . 1 " ? P Jtv
. ...... i m a . - .. i . w. 1 . . r.w
r the following, to show the In- ad sad countenance. It Is the sun- A I " v S j h N V fXfi??K
tency In his claims. Observer shine and not the clouds that make 4 h' . Vv? '-?"V "W .V"
thatth nomination of Harrison ! n,e tlowers. There is alwavs t hat 1h- ; fl t'V ' ?Kf?. V ffll Pit1
the doubtful state of Indiana fore and around ua that should .h.-vr ! V-Vl t ,'t5' '. V 4V ' , ,1 V j'?'
Kcpublican. In making such a j !U1,i f,u the heart with warmth. The VvY'; ' r'Vv'V
certainly lets his enthusiasm ; ky u blue ten times where It is black j r - - ' VmVJ t
with his good judgment, and ! oniv. You have troubles, it mav la-: Nil sX.ira' S AVAs
ispvsteilat alias to t5en. Hnrii-;80 have others: none are Ire.-'from X vA--'v,yjft'i?r
tils own Home. Jie was oeicaieu in , more virtue In one snn!em than a
own county for district attorney, , whole hemisphere of cloud and gloom
wid la 17 be was defeated for the ; chwrfuln kt, uptikiudi(f V,;IV
WIi office of Wovenior by Blue Jeaiw M , he M,nJ anJ nil- it witli tt
Williams His stand on the CTi.mse m p,..,, !il,vnitv.
question during his term in the L mted j ..........
States Senate has made him very un- j l h 'nKpr or s-poxin.
popular on this coast, as well as with j
the laboring classes in his own state A woman on i:ast Iaravette strict,
who had representMlvts at thet'hieugo , mshed out the other day and Informed
convention working to prevent his ; tt lnaicc man that she saw a big dog
nomlnatim. His records on the Chi- I crawl under her barn, and she In lieve
nese question gives the democrats as- j M animal mad. The officer went a
surance of victory in the doubtful state i round by way of the alley, accompa
tf California, Observers assertion that j ied by the usual crowed, and after
the question Is whether the American
vstem shall prevail or whether It
hall give way to foreign influences Is
imply silley. The question Is simply
this, are we tocontimie the robber high
tariff on food, elothlng, and all the nec
essaries of lift', and have free whiskey
as advocated by the republican, or
fchail wc have honest tariff reform as
adwcatetl by the democrats. In my
Judgment the latter will prevail and
the verdict will be as was said by some
vf the disgusted delegates on leaving
Chicago, that Cleveland was gx.1
JXCltKASK OP TUB VOTE.
Croakers may say what they please,
but the jopuIatfon of Oregon is incrcas-
ing. This is evidenced in no better
way than by comi a-"n the vo:e i f the j
present year with that of former years.
In 1S0 t nere w ere 40,1(5 votes east m
this state fxr presi Intiul nominees.
InlsSl tl)ere were unvotes cast m
Oregon for presidential electors. . I
1S86 the vote for con?rvs9tiian agrcg.-,..,
ted 55,954. In 1S, however, the ch-
mas is capped with a grand total vote
This shows an increase of just fifty
percentum since the vote of 1S0 was
cafet a little less than eight yearn.
According to this, considering that the
population of tin; state has increased
in me same rauo as m.s olc, vrcgo.. s
IKent population is something over
2.50.O10 souls. Tli is wouhl show an in-
crease in the population since ia?0 f
The number of vote cast has in -
creased most raoidlp, probably, during
.. . i - t
. .... . ..... . ..... , - -
n-ivivn JoQfi - ,t . -ij 1 rr mi will 111." r
?. ,., , . ....
than lit-!.- tA 1 1 1 li'd l.i tnn reoresen- .
tattves in congress after the next deccn.
. nial census, which will bo taken in
1S90. Ex. j
Tlie recent decifon of the supremo
court fn favor of the Bell telephone
-ompany did not end the troubles of
that corporation with reference to its
hief patent. It has been compelled to
bring suit against the American Cush-
mn telephone company for infringe-
mont The defendant puts in
claim of priority of invention, and ad-
duces instances of the main principle
wcarlyas lSSl. The case ia Ix-pun in
the United StAtc district court at Chi-
go. and if the Bell company Irses it
.its patent becomes worthless. But the
Bell people represent 1230,000,001), and
they tmve not lost a case as yet.
A London preacher who- has held
forth in the open air for the last twenty
years in Kntrland, was recently aiTest
cd and imprisoned in New York for
preaching in Union Square without a
lemiit, which wns refused by Mayor
Hewitt, a the applicant was not an
oruamea minister. snucni i
was revived for the occasion. The
preacher is a Hamanitarian IVLt, and
is said to be a learned man.
THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE.
The Electoral College for will
show the same aggregate of votes as
that of (though it. is probable that
this is the last time it will present that
total); t hat is to say, Alabama will have
lftotcf in the college; Arkansas, 7;
California, S; Colorado, 3: Connecticut,
fi; Delaware, 3: Florida, 4; Oieonria. 12;
Illinois, 2; Indiana, 15; Iowa, 13; Kan
sas, 9; Kentucky. 13; Louisiana, 8;
Maine, 6; Maryland 8; Massachusetts
14: Michigan 13: Minnesota T: Mississ -
ippi 9; Missouri 1C; Nebraska 5; Nevada j York World wanted ?4V for a half
3; New Hampshire 4; New Jersov fi; ! raize one time. The Tribune $3T0, the
New York SB; North Carolina 11; Ohio Times f7(K), in its .Sunday issue, the
23; Oregon 3; Pennsylvania 30. Jlhodo . Herald 80 cents for every sixteen words,
Island 4; South Carolina 9; Tennessee j agate type. Plain Speaker.
12. Texas 13; Vermont 4; Virginia 12;'
West Virginia 6; Wisconsin 11. Total,; Jay GoilM did not Jjke Grcsham,
. ; and you know why. lie does not like
. , 77 , . i Thurmatvs red bandana either, the rea
Harnson and Cleveland; Morton and ; . fl1 . ,,. .
nH c,,h ,1UT,,4 : son is a rfd flag is always a danger sig-
and brain opposed to beefy bulk and
cunning wits; a chapter of modern
3t!iit a pse of antficr.t history.
1 rgkl Oj-.lnlcun.
Lawyer Smart -Uood morulngr, Mr.
Hull. What can I da for you to-day?
. "I want- to ?vt your opinion on a
matter of law."
"My hens Rot into my neighbor
Hrowu'syard and Ive poisoned tUciu.
What I want to know Is, rait I recover
"Certainly, ll was malicious mis
chief on h la part, besides being a de
struction of your properly:"
"Thank." But hold! I statM thut
wronjr. It waa Brown's hena (jot Into
my yard and it M as I who administer
ed the poison."
"Ah, yen; I see. That puts a ditfer-
ient color on the transaction, and it is
j clear that, In the person of his hens,
was the tresspasser; whereas In Wring
the poison on your premises you were
f quite unaware that his fowls would rat
It. It was purely an accldeitt so fur hp
you were concerned."
"Thanks. How; much?''
"Why, that's just twice ns much a
you a.-ked for n leal opinion the other
"I know it; but, you know, 1 have
given you two opinions to-d:iy." -'-ton
life, fortitude and courage to man.
fl ... . , .. 1. 4, , . . .. .
inn iiiougu imugs uo liKk a little
dark? The lane will turn and the'
night will end in broad day. There is !
peeking: ana invping for sonm time hi
s lot three bullets under the bam to
scare the dog out. After the thlrh shot
a movement vn lifr,l aii.1 itnnttv
the long end of a colored man crawled j
iato view. Aficr backing out and
brushing the dirt out of his eves, he j
aided. ' j
" as it me you were shooting at?"
"I supposed it was a dog under there"
replied the f.lliccr.
"Well, sah, doan' you ncbler e'pose
no mo! It's dangerous."
And he showed a bullet hole in his
cap another in his coat as proofs of the
accuracy of the oftlccr's aim. He had
crawled under a Aer a ra'.ibit that had
escaped from a neighlvor.
"It's all right," he said, ns the officer
(apologized, "but doan you s'pose no
mo. You jist keep right down to cole
fucts. l)is s'p.sn aroun.l ar1 what gits
pus-soiis into serus t rubble." Kx
Wurkin th Thing Itnth Way.
...iarl:njtt ho Puia lovingly as no
lotlifr man in tlw world could shv it,
dont ke vo, to jtrov vour nvn
beautiful complexion with paint and
lx)wdcr. tuldifvou rH;nt Vor fit, I
I a -
will paint mine." "Why?" she asken
with panting lips "Because," he said
more t(i.d.-r!y than ever, "You are
mine. We belong to each other, and
what is good for one, is good for the
other. We love each other, and must
; , nko ench ot, am, if yo nt
jon yom ohwk , wiU pa'int 1lfne
j fonj w? go to Uw thvAtrc,, ,.Mv OWI1
true iove," ehe said, kissing him "yon
! are rijrhi; we must lie like each other.
1 t iU . t jXWlK.r mv f:u
. , 1 '
but von just sit here bv the fire a couple
of minutes and 1 will run around
Dutcn Jake's and spice mv breath up
i . i
with a lifrh of lccr anil a Chinese cijLra
I ret to and wc will Ik- ready to fro to the
ithcstic like a puir of cniretl Siamese
twins with Ainericaii breaths. Yil-
liam thought it all over and told her to
; po and put on all the feminine fol do
' rol and crinkles she could find in tho
j illustrated advertisement. E.r.
j Many won't fir it That M y.
j Tho publisher o'f a ncwsnaiicr has one
thing to pell, and one thinir to rent-!
j iIo tne newspaper to e. 11 and the!
j f,racc m the columns to rent. Can any j
j one jnf(rm n) why he should bo ex-l
j poctc.4 to pivc away cither one or the 1
other? He can do so if he choscs, and j
! hc d(X as a niattcr of practical fact, i
he does, as a matter of practical
: iiirnisn a great ueai oi ppace rent tree, i
i But it does not follow that he ought to j
! be expected to do it. It ought to be i
j recognized as a contribution exactly as '
would the giving away of sugar or cof-
fee by the groccryman. But strange j
to say it is not looked upon in thatt
; light at all, yet everybody knows that j
J the existence of a newspaper depends ;
HS much on the rent of its space and
! tho Mle of ,he paiv,r as ,he lnrrphant.s
' success depends on the sale of his goods
j instead of giving them away. JJx.
I Startling Ficnrm.
I The Scranton Board of Trade recent
ly wrote to sonic of the leading New
York newspHpers askinir their" terms
for an advertisement set ti ncr forth i
purjioses, and the following astounding '
figures en me in rply to the inquiry'.!
Naturally it took the breath awav frorn !
some members of the board. The facts
ought to serve as a trite lesson to those
who are continually grumbling about
the excessive rales charged for adver-
i tjsmg by the local papers. The New
nl1 trt railroad men, and means stop
1 your train. Gould knows the siirnifi -
' estne? of Thc.rmai.'s reel fljr. - Er
-- -- - . wJa.jf
Kei'rlpt rr h lllurt. "fcpK
There are two si. I., a bright side,
and a gloomy blue side. But look on S" 'lvv5ffV
the blight side. It Is the right side. fifitJi Avd
: iinr uiutT iiin ik num. imi il will f . V s .... j v -a'. ;vv
Ive sinew and tone to ' rTi''-ii..ii?
ltt, Murk llaytcr, Dentist, Lebanon.
llo to Joe llurb'.n for genor I black
smithing. Machinery and wagon work
a speciality. All work wairented.
v. rvv .wild enjoy your dinner
W- anil ar prevmitttdbr Dya-
rwMisla. usii Arkfr'a Dvsix-csia Talileta.
Tlwy are a pnsltlvw curo for iiysprtiwla, ln
dlpastion, I'lntuleney nd Ooimtljmtion.
We guaruntiu theiiu 1!3 nd CO cents.
J. A. Heard, Druggist.
W. FORTMILLER & CO.,
Msnulai-lmx ri f mul IK-hUts ill nil hliiU
K U R K IT TJ K15 .
Import all First-Class Goods
DUUXT Fl'DM TIIK HAS I.
A complete stock i f W (ill Taper, lVo
ratlonsnnd Window Shades.
t l N' 1) l v 1 T A KINO
JL. . l'lLIiHIIL'JlY,
For Toilet Use.
Avers Hair Yigor keets the hair soft
aud pli.nt, Impurts to It tUe lustre and
frsliii.if .f joulli, causes it to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cri
all seal)) ilis, a-i', nutl la t!ie moat clean
ly of all hair preparations.
AVCD'C Hair Ylgor has given me
n I II O perfrt-t satisfaction. lira
uesrlr bald for six .venrs, during which
time 1 used many Imlr preparations, but
without suet-ess". ludeeJ, wliat littl
liair I had a prowiiiij thinner, until
1 tried Aver's Hair Vicor. I uxnl two
ltties tf the Vi";vr, and ui head is now
writ covered with a new growth ot hair.
JtuUou It. Chapel, Peaoody, la-is.
U AID that hns bivonifl weak, grsr,
'I Bu, faded, may have new hfa
and color rettnred to it by the use of
Arer's Hair Vigor. Mr hair was ttdn,
faded, and dry, and iV.ll out in lar
iu niities. Ayet's Hair Vigor stopH;d
the falling, and restored my hair to In
cTiginnl color. Ai a dressing for tho
hair, this preparation h no eoual.
Mary . lliunmond, Stillwater, Minn.
WIQ flD yomh, and beantr, in the
lUUll, apHar.mi of tlm hnir, iii!y
le preserl (,r an inlf1nit p,Tixl by
the use of Ayer's Jlair Viir. "A dis
ease of tlw scalp i-atised my hair to be
eonie lisrih snd dry, and to fflll out
freely. Jvothinn I tried seemed to do
me any pood until I coniinneed using
Ayer's" Hair Vigir. Three Nttlv of
this preparation restored my hair to a
bealthv condition, and it is now soft
nnd pliant. My ocalp is cured, and it
is alo fre froth dandruff. Mr. K. K.
low, Milwaukee, Vis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Bold by Dmp?! aad Perfunienv
PFRrKCT SirETV, prompt notion, ami
wonderful curative procrtie, eady
place Ayer's Tills at the head ot tho list
cf popular remedtet for Sick and Nerv
ous Ileadai-hes, Constipation, aud all ail
ments originating in a disordered Liver.
I have been a preat sufferer from
Headache, aud Aver's Cathartic PilU
are the onlv medicine that has fvfr
given me relief. One dose of these Tills
will quickly move my Ixiwels, and free
my head from pain. William K Paife,
liichniond, N'a. tt
rrepred by Dr. J. C. Ayrr icro.. T-owell, Mu.
tMld by all lxI--l m Mviclnc.
tended In It M'ly;:. i r. I l Our .tluo is
..i,...MI- ll,u I'.S I I !l'uv. mid '0 rn
' lain I iiI. iiIm in l..-s linn- IIismi thux- r-liH.U- from
' li l-IIIM. jn.. Si-mi M'Ht.l.. J'l.' t II IU- it
: I'HIiJVl f iiiM-Tilitm. Wi- mli-i' i In piiUMil
j nl.ililr IV.... ul , liir-M-tiii.l liuilo A' (V.W.'M'.'
i t.M.Iss jMi7..w .: i .; '.
1 l-'nr riii-ii!:ir. nl -. It-t ins M-I nTi'triTc to
j u Iit L
, f'.-; -v.
iiir nn n Mule. Omul?. I ily or
r!u.! fW-ir. Jit:.-
Iron, Sled, Coal,
Saws and Axes,
Etc. Etc Ete,
I Keep Agricultural Implements of all Kinds.
31 1 1 ioi i . Ars l ;n io 'i' tv
Fakm and Si 'k ixo Wagons,
Sole Agent For Crawfprdsville Axes.
IT'S A BIG OFFER!
IJIHTI-R TAKI- US IT!
WE OFFER OH It HAND-
oiiip Stock of Dry t Joods, FashioiiaMe LVniiniiiP FimTV
TO Till- LADIES OF LEBANON,
Ami AsFtiro Them That Yc
count Of Time Or TrouMc
It st Welcome. We Shall I5e
To Serve Them
In the Spring liargains.
To Pnyf at Loa.-t
A .4 Z't w a -a -A
EAYli SPOUT, ETC.
Vll Kinds of Kepainng done on
THE WOVEN WIRE BED.
Lumber! dumber! Lumber!
G. W. AVIIEELEK, lropriotors f tho
LEBANON -:- SAW -:- MILLS
constantly on hand.
Bills of All Kinds Filled on Short Notice and at Reasonable
lujpCiivc in? a call before purchasing elsewhere.
' ' G. W. Wheeler.
Powder and Shot
Etc. Etc. Etc.
Take No Ac
rieaseil To See Them, Headed
. and rieased To
CdiiH' and .ee us and
IniKct Our Stock.
and Sheet Iron Ware
W. B. DON AC A,
Groceries and Provisons, Tobacco and
We have on hand the largesut stock of Grocer
ies and 'Provisions ever brought to Lebanon, whicli
we oiler to the people of Lebanon and vicinity at the
LOWEST LIVING CASH RATES. '
Ilitlt's Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
52J""Coiiie and see
W. B. DONACA & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County Or.
OREGOKIAN RAILWAY COMPAHT.
CH AS- N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
Hi .'l .ft'T Jan. 1. n4 until farther tin-ll-i-
train, will rim lUily (c-it futidny) lol-
I'onl il Mail
l.n.l l. l.lr p. ro.
Arr S 0
(ntof l.llHiiln M.
m. rir. i!
1'rni'h l'mirlp, i
Infill' i :
M. Anl, jj
1I.IW OS. I
JnhllKill'l Mill, !(
I .tut! Pi JiinclUin.
s Nurtli sntim.
t. I'. fiiinr.
j "' W n t'n.
lA'i I v
rommuitli.n Tl' l'tn l twornta rr mile on
mW al a'.ivii li.vtng Attvnu.
Trnin with rftjomiifrpni. Freight nd Kipw,
run icrrtr frra Kreiuht.
rr l.h! tntin fi rm rorttan.l. Sundnvs. Wedn--.1mv
n.l I hursilitv. Tow.rdu Irt.nd, Tut-
rt.yn. l hurlyvnd Sturdy. .
)-,.nT--ti..n at K.V. nd FulminH. In11nir
wilh Rcr.mfr -City of Smlem" fur SmUirn Mund.y.
rlm-l.v nd t'tidav. rtumintt from Blm
Im-nliiva. 'Thurwlav. and Blurd.. eunnKtiM
itli nd Wrm'Sidu pnttt trttJiu. Ktam
fr "ltr of Hilrm mki tmnfT Mwwn Ry
and Fulqurt landing d.llj, i-und- excepted.
(HAS. N. BCOTT. Rior.
Oni'ral iiiTii-vn. N. W. Corner Flret tuid Tine St'.
rortlmnd. Urt ttmi.
1 1 I K Y AO U l ROUTE.
OHKCON l'AMFIC RAILROAD
t Oregon DeYelopment Co' s Steamship Line
225 SHORTER. 20 HOURS LE88 TIME
Than by any other Koute.
Mrat Thrnuith Vaaartitjrr Frflht
Fmni rnrtlaml ninl U IVIiitu in the Willam?tto
YalU-y tu and frum Sau KranuiKCu, i al.
Willamette River Line of Steamers,
THC'WM. M. HOA'i." THE "N. S. BENTLY,"
TIIK "TURKU SISTKKS"
- Lcax PiirtUnd S A. M.,
MONDAY?, WEIINIMDAVS AXU FBIltA Y"8
mm Mem Hulmiin W ltnck. 200 and 2ilS
I'rutit Slrwt. fir t'oirallus and lntemii-dlaie
i-itntn. niakintt elmtB rnniH!tloa al Alba
ny and CorvalliK with T rutin of the
OHKGOX PACIFIC RAILROAD
I.V. Al.BAN v. 1 .'W j. m.
I.V. 'lillV A I.1.1H.1 A 4 p. m.
An. YawciNA. WiO p. ro.
Lv. YaairiMA. 6:30 a. ru.
I.V. CORVALl.15 KfliSa. m.
A. Aucany, U:l a. m
t) A V Tralna enunect at Albany and Corvallta.
Tlia Kbove Trnim connect at Yaquina with the
Oregon lt"v'liH'iienl tomi'any j.ine oi
bteaamliij-'ti Iwlwwii Yaquina and
From S. F. Fnnn Yaqulna.
June . June 38, li,
July S. I JiUy 13,
Jnlv is. July 24,
Jul' 21, "
Thin tiimpativ rencrvc tho right to change Sail
ing ilalon willnmt notice.
VasMengeni from Tortlanil. and all Willamette
VrIIi-.v CHiinU. can make clone eonnection with
the Tram of the Y'aqi.ina Khitk at Albany or
Corvallia. anc tl aclneit to .san r raneueo. unouia
arrange to arrive at Yaquina the evening before
the dale oi sailing.
VutiNenirerund irrclfctit ltnt-oM
ALWAYS TIIK LOWEST.
FOR INFORMATION AITLY TO
r. ii. iiamwf.i.i I c. r. lioorK.
flon'l l'r't A ram, Ag't, jAcfg ?en'l F. A P. Ag't,
GreKon I)evelopmoiitt.X).,l O. r. K. K. rt. Co.,
Hot Montgnmerv it., Corvulli.
San Francisco, Cat' a. I Oregon.
Lebanon, Or., July
Wheat (iOe iKr bushel.
()at 10p per bushel.
Flour f 4 IS) jxr barrel.
Kgrs 20c per dozen.
IJutter lCjc per lb.
L:ml 12 Ac per lb.
Apples, ilried 8c10c icr lb. .
Plums, dried lOc'Slc per lb.
Prunes, dried 10cil2Jc per lb.
Hams 15c per lb.
Shoulders 10c per lb.
Hacon 12lc per lb.
Coal Oil ?t 25 per 5 gallon fan.
ttcocOX. SXccVc SlgArf
tliousands Buffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever irr
Acker'B EneUsU Bemody? It is tho best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
eoli oa ft positive guarantee t 16c, 60c
J. A. liOBERTS.
iiill?l5 lints oi O-A-xVjX J4Ziy
lflt .oriMl-ii.titly on listiLcl.
BEARD 8c YATES.
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- am -:- Medicines"
---Paints, Oils and Glass
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Jl'tin Slrcrt, Lebanon, Oregon.
The best -is
We are also nrerared
any machrne from a butter worker to a steam mill.
Wo keep on hand all
llow 31fvci"K, IloaperM,
IIitrroivH, CultiviitorN, Pulverizers,
And the celebrated
dQ'Comc and see us; wc will make you happy
K O T
Having' recently purchased the
Scio Mills, I have completely ren
ovated and refurnished the mill
and am now prepared to make
Hour by the
The Mill is now running" and I can
furnish the best of
I intend to run mv mill in such a
way that none can go away dissatisfied
ED. GOKVS, Proprietor.
- - OREGON.
J. V. Kt
to furnish on short notice
staple Implements, suce i
Sherwood Steel Harness.
I C E