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The Lebanon Express.
FIITDAY, AtT(lT.ST SI, lSHS.
A shrewd jjvutiommi from BouIIktu
t WiforuU luukitiji Tor a stiumur looa
tlon near our fiituoiis smln uprinjix, ex
rwted surprise at I he 8miUK opath.v
f our H-i)U hi lmsiiv.-rts aflttirst no
-oinpnrvd with the riih nvut rustlw of
the Intoming towns of CiiHfonihi.wht'iv
It fosts huge ttuiouiits tf inoney for ir
rigating purpi to bring t!it sur
rounding eoMutry lata a nniisuraMo
loirve tif jiroductiront. Then, snhl
lu', you are living in th giirdon pot
of the mirth, Nature has Won nut
lavishing in her gifts, soil fruitfnlnoss,
mnrkots arc fair, uictui of trmiKpurtu
lioti im good aa any, a porfoot sanitnri
Wnl for heitUh, all tht olomonts for a
intiKiilftwnt future and yet most of you
em to bo wenrliig ottt the aoiit of your
anta, waiting, rwienwlr like, for
Homothlng to turn up. Why don't
vou old Hip Van Wlnklos wake tip.
IHm't you know yot that tho worid is
moving riglit rilonjar. lV;.e and plenty
i owrywhore on tho I'ncifle coast, im
migration is pouring lu. Do yoti want
Any of it? Ask and you shall ivooive
your share. lo not wait for something
to turn up. Turn it up yoursolvos.nnd
turn it ovor and vor again, advertise
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;,,M .ui.iwijrn '":lnSto this statement. If tho senate ap
no vi . i v v i'Mt ii'" i ( f;ui -
ow country there is in ami nliout
Lebanon and yen will be hmnediated
with a most desirable class of citizens
eeking homes. Duild vowr contem
plated ditch nd men f capital will Ix?
ready to erect factories giving employ-
MlAIlt tfk 1. i ..f .....11 T ,.,,fe.-4 I, 1 .. a.
the farmer has to sell can le disposed
of right here at remunerative prices,
and values of property will advance so
rapidly that Ufure you know it the
lioom will have struck your town. Of
course there are croakers everywhere,
people who never see any good at
home, tatkiug against home towns and
home Interests, who if bv any accident
they In-come possessed of ft dollar or
two must go to the other town to
lend their monev. Iet those fellows i
idone, thev rover build or boom anv-l 11,tlr Kilmunds has informed the
thing. But if you want to see voiir j r T-blb-an national mmmittee that he
iwipie and conntrv on the top wave.fhvin ,,ot ,K xxhU" to any active
prosperity, lie intensely local to vonr P"rt in the campaign this year. This
own town. 'Taconiaand Seattle have I n5" 'l to have Ihh h taken on
..,.), i.,.n,rit , .i.i. ;.i. n.i .. ...11..
they have their reward. Talk for your j
town, write for it, work for it, attver- j
tise It everywuere and siwii, very soon, i
iA-banon will be one of the foremost I
inland towns in the state of Oregon.
f i'ov. Pennoyer in his address to the
Oregon Press Association said: "No
hope of mere partisan success should
ever swerve those who control the col
umns of public journals from denounc
ing that which they know to bo wrong i
and from approving that which they j
know to be right. The editorial col- j
timns should always express the hon- i
ct, earnest conviction of the writer. 1 f
the editor le!ievts that upon any of the
preat questions of the day the public
public sentiment is wrong, it is his im
pcrative duty to speak tho truth, run
counter to it, and in the exercise of all j bates in house and senate, it is a pleas
the iwwers that Gol has given hin. be i uli to no,c the graceful hiid courteou
should endeavor to change that senti- !
ment and mould it for the right. It is
such a condition of public affairs that
the journalist has the rare privilege of
exercising those qualities of our race
which have adorned the brightest
pages of our history, an undeviating
adherence to the right, in the very face
of public sentiment."
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A eubsidizcil press, is in morals, no ; three other senators, one of whom was anl iii-huisr like a niouniain tei rcnt.
better than a thief, the man who eatp i Senator Harris. Mr. Harris iiiuneili- i And more t"i iuently than he snpposrs
t-tolen fool, knowing it to be stolen, is J ately row; and made a motion that the ! if lie jrui'ty of sins of thouirht. Often
as guilty aa the thief. The man who j gentleman from Tennessee (himself) : times he would lo phoeUi d at the sjh-c-
tiseti a paper simply for the merchan
dise of principles is "fit for stratagem
titason and spoils." The newspaper
tliat plays short mouth over crime that
lifts ip its hydra head, as that covers up
tliuinelebs immoralities is not a single
remorse above the criino. One reason
why the press scrinjres to public opin
ion and often winks at wrong, is, be
cause the vieiated taste and debauched
apetite of most of their readere,simp!y j
demand such taste. The pass should j
foe a grand conservator of morals, a j
vindicator of the right, and fearless to t
denounce either in high or low
places. We heartily thank the Gover
nor for his manly brave wcrds and we
Miieerely hope that they may sink
deep into the hearts of all
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VP- HAMILTON CKEKK.
It whs our happy privilege to visit
this seciion last week, and we were
surprise! to find snch an amount of ;
actirav in cultivation, aiul we wcreji
tUligbUil at the evidence of thrifty j
Miterpiise and general abundance that j
ve bjiw. 'With George Edward for a
guide we learned the names of nearly
all the citizens from Mr. liilcy, who
has a nice home at the confluence of
Hamilton to Mr. Bishop, who lives at
the head of tide water on tiiis stream.
lie nrst place we imau a tiait lor a
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Chat and inclination of the country,
was at Mr. Jacob Newman's, an old
"fatherly Virginia gentleman", and
that is tho hii-het comiilimnt wp cati
inai ih im. iiij.ue.1 coiupiiiiini we tan
pay any man, hailing as we do from
the old " Tar Heel" state. The harvest j ullder ,he verv onK.r of ojieolR fro1n
like the balance of this favored land, is j the citv fathers of Albany. The muni
abundant, fruit excellent. We saw i einal authorities have no richt. moral
omc as fine peaches on this creek
ever grew in California or any where
else, and the next webfoot that tells
u.s "peaches d l.'t do well here," we
thall iust say, you lazzy sinner you,
just go up Hamilton creek and see."
Vo called on Mr. iik-ason, who fell
out of an apple tree some time ago.and
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loumi.w M..Bv.iuu1,,,,!,u1,ru..., ,s
fft hMll Ml iVil tS!('i' Ml i
fed sumptuously at dinner at mine
I lost Bishop's, and then prepared for
an angling trip up the meandering
Hamilton to the utouth of Scott
we nresse.1 our way far bevond the
habitation of man. A large part of
this section is claimed by tiie Wagon
TFjiuH 'iiTim'iii i- i'llfu til it or elMim
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home seekers, here is just as inviting a take is made, and is never more than i
field for cheao homes,' as we have ever ! five cents in 100. The nickles are
een We found niany pleasai t afr;wuntej of courrte ordinarly, when!
-first opjK.rtunity to again visit this ; t.Jicn out of the car litixes, In order to
fikassint section. Tlie nuist interestiiig j see if the amount corresponds with
part of this trip to the Kxprkss, was ) conductors' and officers' reports, but
thirteen iiew names for its mailing t f u d j attempted
book, and this ot itsejf demonstrates; T
the app'ociativc iuUlliirenee of the I &ave . b.V weight. Louisville Courier
people -.'"' .JournuL
(From our rvciiUr (sirrvxxniVnt.l
Washington, Aug. Hi.
Senator Deck has otlerod as an
amendment to the house tariff hill, an
additional section suspending until
further orders of congress all laws re
lating to the sinking fund. It was re
ferred to the llnanee committer. He
also introduced a bill to repeal all laws
relating to the sinking fund, and asked
that it lie on the table until he could
see wlmt would become of his amend
Senator Heasran has Introduced a
substitute for his bill to define trusts
and to punish persons connected with
them. The HuhslUute is substantially
the same as the original bill.
S many reports have leon circulated
about the condition of the jrovernment
finance for the currant tiscal year.thnt
the treasury department has issued an
official statement showing the total
amount of the appropriations made,
and those now pending in both house
and s Miate bills and amendments, also
a statement of the estimated income of
tho government from all sources. The
appropriations as passed by the house
amount to ?41.1,(il.5,l";!; as passed ty
the senate, ?42,S70,5!4. The estimated
receipts for tlu year Ending June l
lfSj, nmouiit to ft I .5(i.$.T.5l. Accord-
propriation bills are aceepted, the sur
plus will be l l,r!t.V220, and if those of
the house, the surplus will be $2s.tW,
N1. H Is very safe to say that the ap
propriations of neither house will be
accepted wholly by the other. There
will be compromises on hotn sides, so
hat the surplus is likely to be a very
tsmali one, even if it exists at all, for
there is already falling ott in the -sti-mated
receipts f.-oin custom duties
which amount to $;l,0.,tM0. Should
this keen up, the rei-eipts would In-!
something like f lS,Oi'U,lMH) below the
estimates at the end of the fiscal year.
1 lus state ot attairs seems to be worry- ;
ing the politician on both sides con
siderably. It has ujwet their eak-ula-
account ot tatt lira un.
The senate committee on pension i
have retried a sulwtitute for the bill;
pensioning Mrs, Sheridan, which re- j
duces the amount from VMH to f.'VitXi a i
There are indications that the re-;
publican of the house are preparintr ;
for a dead-lock, liecjius? the democrats j
refuse to agree to set aside a day for the
consideration of the dependent and
other iH-nsion bills. j
The republicans of the senate having
rejected the ft-heries treaty, the
country will now anxiously await Mr.
Cleveland's action under the "retali
ation act," nlut which wo heard so
much while the discussion of the treaty
was going on. It gives Mr. Cleveland
great power, and it is certainly to lie
j hoped that it will not be abused.
In these days of harsh political de-
act by one senator towards another of
the opposition parly. Senator Hoar
as attinsr presiding officer of the senate
was called upon to appoint a conference
committee upon a private bill. The
! bill hail locn reixir'e-l lv Mr. Hoar,
and aooonling to all senatorial usaces, ;
IheKhoulilhavc been annointotl one of :
Who conferees. Thinking: it liulelieate
ltoanm)int hiiiiwlf.Mr. Hoar unpointed 1
and the occupant of the '
chair (Mr. Hoarl Ik? substituted
then, to save Mr. Hoar from the em- j moods a clos.' Inspection and analysi
barrassment of putting the question, ! would di-eovi r much in the M n am of
nut it himself from where be stood and : thought that leaves the stain of un
declared it unanimously carried.
Senator Morgan calls Mr.Iilaine the
"chief humbug of the
Mr. Blaine calls Senator
not been ascertained.
a'e " Wiril
Morgan has !
R publicans in congress did not find
much to admire in Mr. IMaine's recent
sixtch on trusts. It pleased the demo-
t cratsfo much that thev are continually
refurring to it. The most careful men
make a bad break occasionally.
Many interesting things in a
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! wpek We havo h;lir vis-ts from tl)c
rlviiniion 1S? iirttioriMl
committees, and doubtless many com-
binations have been made which will
: lnive more or less tiFcct on the coming
- ';HAKl,ET?s jIIA1!PKI, Thkm.-TIip
g:imbiinfr hells entrained many of the
-uiiedless in Albany on the 27th inst..
as usually with all circuses, Sells llros.
was no exception with its vampires,
blacklegs and cunning thieves. Thev
set tiie bait so tempting, decoy so ad -
roiteiy that before the victim susjioets
mr fiii ,i,,,- . i.o w ixf i,w
I remlv c-ish
. . - . i l UVI.1. 1V..KI, l.'l llilll I fl I I H I , it ine
e are sorry that some'....:... i ...:..i....n.." A i.i.
,ofour Ij(,,mnoll bovis were HO badly
j taken m by these low down thieves,
t al1j while thev may lie wiser and sad-
i j - .' .', .
, fcr meIli ,t )s m) reason why this OJK-11
! aml pullic wrollff should be allowed
j or evil, to allow this public robbery of
S our citizens, for these open street robers
I are no better than burglars,and shouh!
j receive the treatment.
COl'STINO MOMCV BY WEIGHT.
A offiw.r of th(. Mm.t ra,;irotl(l
! company said, in subtance, that the j
; time consumed, if the nickles collected
j j a (iav were counted one by one,
j would le too jyreat, and therefore that j
1 tlipy wr ot counted. Instead
; were weighed
Fiftv dollars in nickles ,
i will weisrh 101 pounds. This system of
hing has been brought to such
i - . . -
i perfection that it is rarely that a
Yl. C. T, U. AND SUNDAY COLUMN.
OH J:irth anrf
Cood Will to
Uev. D. II. Maker, formerly a law
ycr.of no ordinary reputation in Texas,
lias lately begun the work of an evtin
gilist. Dy Invitation of the Willam
ette Presbytery, of the 'tmiU i l:iinl
I'resbyteli.ili rhureh. he came to Ore
gon last spring and has held three re
markable meetings, one at A Inert, one
at IMllaid Station and one at Cottage
(irove, at all ot which there has been
reniarkalile results. He Is now at l'u
gene City In the nihlst of a glorious
revival. Dev. C. II. Wallace writes to
this otlice that the entire town is stird,
lawyers, doctors, ami professional men
generally, as well as merchants farm
ers and all classes are held s, ell bound
by the strange manner, cxceiitrlc
stylo and forcable logic of this wonder
ful man. We sincerely hope that
much and lasting good may be done.
Dev. R SI. Pinker, by request of the
pastor, preached in the t'umherlatid
Presbyterian church last Sunday.
1VH1 IS IT.
There are several gentlemen In and
around Lebanon, who seldom, if ever
attend church on Sunday, and we are
naiuraly led to inquire, by is it? Are
they afraid that their morals will le
ontaminated with evil nssoclat I m?
Do business and professional men sup
pose that their trade or tailing will
suffer detriment by !cing found in the
house of 1 5od? Or does this class ol
gentlemen propose to ignore the Christ
ian part of the community, to increase
their pains and profits? Are they
afraid of heinir horrified by the sihl
of the contribution box? Is it because
they are afraid that they will not lo
cordially nc ived? Is it becau-e no
one has kindly invlti d tin in to church?
i Surely it is jm! because thev me afraid
of the force or power of truths; surely
it cannot be moral ccwardise.
1 M. P.
Tobacco chow cis who Hivist in
"chawing" tobacco din ing 1 hutch ser
viees and spitting on the floor, should
rem nilcr the ad ice u"i en by a lect
urer, who, touching iin tobacco
chewing in church, said: " Take vour
quid of tobaei-o out of your mouth be- j
fore onterimr the bouse of God, and J
gently lay it on the outer dge of the j
sidewalk or on the fetuv. It will t
positively le there whin you conic;
out sure pop, for a rat won t take it, r.
iiit wont take it, a dog wont take it,
neither will a bog. Von are certain cf
your quid when you go afu 1 it. Not
the filthiest varni'-nt on earth would
touch it. Ex.
We call the attention of our ci'y
fathers or else of the trustees, to tl c
ur.sightlv condition of the J,ebanon
cemetery.- Its condition is uneredit
able to t he backwoods community in
Arkansaw. Nothing displays the
taste and retinciiieiit of the living
.more than proper attention to the
silent city of the dead. The tno-t of
our citizens have loved ones sl oping
I there, and by the Indoved 1111 inoiies of
' the dead and for tiie respect of public
opinion, ;is well a credit to oursclvi s,
let u put tnc cemetery In a rcsncctable
It the clorv f 111:111 to thinU. IIU
thoitirlits mny l eompure.l to 11 oni-
tinu;l vtreni-.i, linvvhi; rtay mut night,:
snmetiuu iuiet ami ireiitlc liUe the;
nua.low briMtklet. ,"t oilier tinier swollen !
tae'.e were hW thoughts suddenly trans-
ferrcd to er.nvnss.
l.ven in bis lietlcr
j Parity 1h hind and gives an unuivor- i
, !lU' 0o,,,r lo ,h "fU l' H&'.Jwt as the j
' apparently pure and limpid mountain j
streamlet leaves upon its reky U1 1
' evul.Mici s of the minerals held 111 so- i
! !ii:.mi 1
i " , !
i:in isu.sski. j
K .j'r... 1. 1 j 1 . 1 I
; -v iwwio'uan nas 11:1.1 uie laugn ,
I turnct upon mm recently, lie is a !
j I.eiudiet, and more than that, lie is a ;
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1 101K1 iiusoaim. j 1 is w 1 1." usual iv ieasj
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; Itn a ev lx n i i villi 111 in; rii ill - I
. mer, and he always prom.-s to write ;
to lier everv lay. .o', tlie uiineees-i
j ;" uu,t '"
I a loVt' k,tor '"lsLd by mail time is .
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jpreity consi.U-raiife, not to nieiilion
unexpected calls upon his time I
j whi h might embarrass him, and so i
'the verv niirht of her h'p;ii(ure he!
writes six letlers one fi r each day
! seals, directs and stamps them, and !
places t hem oil his der-k, with orders!
jtohisoHice lioy to mail one' ouch day.!;
j This plan has worlud gloriously fori
1 years. Jiut. alas! the son of the lannlv ;
I has knocked the Utile scheme sky j
j hijsli. He went to bis fiiiher's flle' I
ne day this week, found the heap off
iiiiiiii, itii'i ii-kciii iiiiiiieu iiie note
I s,Ua.i. Explanations were dillU ult.
i but they had lo lie made, and now the
' n ,,e M '" demand some sort of
j dodger to prove i that dav and date are
j- ri s(..l Kv
I - - ' '"
Much the Newest
Nobbiest and Iargest StM-k of
In the County
Is Now to be Seen
ON THE COUNTERS
I -OF- I
f- When you want toi
I "dress up," wewouldf
t be glad to show you 4
jii through and make the I
LEBANON, LINN COUNTY, OREGON.
ciiAitTi:ii:i) in.- i,
The Pall and Winter Term Commences
September 34, t889.
7'ni(ion f.ow; inttrwtion Thoroxifi;
(t'oKrliitm 'tit 1'ilnftititmnK
' Wo U nrn tiiitn ly ilolnit," Imt iln wml of nil
1 l 11 h Is tin- IMiH'tMi tueitl ill iloln;;.
"K.iliii'ntiin lx I lie jvli'imillr rct"M of InilnliiK
I lie liiuiitin inhiit towuril the ilunMirt tl ln muer
tf sju)!!!!!!!!1!!!, llllM'lti-ll 'll -lltttrtVClMVltt."
Ker iwirliruliirs, ni.lv lt
J. I..M;lt r.KHT. film liil.
tlinusnndit enfft'rlng from Anthina, Con
Bamption. t'ouglifi. etc. Did you over try
Acker's Kagllsli HetnedTt It id tli bent
preparation known for all I.ung Trouble,
Hold ou a poeltlve guarantee at 10c., 60c
.1. A. Hoard, Druggist;
J 11 w 1; 1 1; II
! T II H
W;uis all Kkrsous who have
aeeounts to call and settle. He
must have monev
no matter how larce or small youi
account is, please call and settle.
BEARD & YATES,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and -:- Mi;iieixi:s
-' - -'Paints, Oils
Fine Toilet Soaps,
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Jiim i'f'tW, J.rbaiion, Qryon.
EAVE SPOUT, ETC.
All Kinds of Repairing' clone on
V. It. CYI1US,
Real Estate Ag't and No
tary Tublic, and
GEN'L INSURANCE ACT
M'.DANON, - - - OHKOON.
Poos n (ifucrnl A policy
1 f- j i'f - t iy ni. 01
ft vt Stf
; Best Grades of Sewing Machines
to do business,!.
Combs, Brushes, Etc.
I XI l AT)
and Sheet Iron Ware
W. Jl. DON AC A,
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Groceries and Provisons,
We have. on hand the largest stock of Grocer
ies and Provisions ever brought to Lebanon, which
we oiler to the people of Lebanon and vicinity at the
LOWEST LIVING CASH RATES. .
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Hides lrurs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
lrConie ami sec ux.Jijl
W. 15. :DONACA'& Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County, Or.
ORECOKIAK RAILWAY COMPAHY.
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Oregon Development Co's Steamship Line
225 SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME
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ALWAYS THK LOWKST.
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fii'ii'l fr l .V I'iim) Air'l, Ai-firtJiMi'l V. A V. Ag t.
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MRS. G. W, RICH.
31illliivi Il:uioii, Ore,
HAS JfST lCKCKIVEU II Kit
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Rib
bons, Etc., Etc. '
Call ami got
Prices on Goods
3. A. llOUKltTB,
llMlf lllll' 011 litincl.
.store is located at Albany, Linn Co.
! Oregon, about twelve miles nor-
west ol Lebanon. Thev have
beyond a doubt the finest
stock of choice
( Jooils ever clisplaytl in Albany. The
feet wiIt and one humlm! feet tloep
'rovisions, Crockery ami fJlassware. Tliese jt'hmIs wero
boulit largely from Firt Ilanil.-. Thereby saving all the
profits of the MMdle nu n, and storage at iiiternted-
CHE A P
Giving our Customers the benefit
of at least Ten per cent,
and very frequently Twenty-Five
in large quantities, therehy
ffiimt nml rcli:it' loili
incrcafing. We turn our t-tok every sixty days
or six times a year, thus insuring you always
to get the lest and the freshest. Iieniem
wc sell strict! v for the CASH
Wo have the agency of five
Southern l'each orch -
ards. This fruit we are re-(than any firm id the Willam
ceiving daily, fresh from the'ette Valley. Bring in your
orchard. It is noted for its' produco, eggs, butter, chick-
nne navor asti groa Keeping tens, chicks, geese, turkeys ami
qualities, and buying it as we j O ?S H don't forget
do (direct of the growers) in : to bring along your purse.
Yours Trulv, j
J ' ' '
WALLACE 6c THOMPSON,
Lumber! umber! umber!
G. W. WHEELER, Proprietors of the
LEBANON -:- SAW -:- MILLS
ALL KINDS OF
constantly on hand.
Bills of All Kinds Filled on Sbort Notice and at Reasonable
Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
store is twenty-two
anl chuck full of
enables its to ell vt-ry
getting tho benefit of all dis
our .sales are lanre and dailv
large quantities, we arc enab-
jled to sell you fruit for less
C. W. Wheeler.