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1 Lebanon;-; Express.
A JACK ADAMS, OEr. I.. ALEXANDKfr.
. jADAMS & ALEXANDER,
rvni-SHKRB ASJ rOVKlKTOKS.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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Three moiifhgi ,.
iuglc opif .,
rnoitc a MisnusTKD wife."
1 have hwn thinking a grertt oVuJ
Intel v on the Fnrmer! Alliance ques
4lon, aiiU have come to the conclusion
thut It may be a goort thins ftr those I
who win see It in that light, but I for;
one cannot see where there Is any be ti-i
eflt-tn it, especially for our fair Bex;
yv of Ruurm this Is a free world ami
all have a rijht to belong to this w ho
wfeh. Of coursw ninn In williit?, evi-n
nnxlnuti for women ro be memoers of
Ihls Alliance and why? Because, they
ttty we need you; we"exiei't Home dny
to meet find hiive a big? dinner and u
jfood time in gvneral, and without the
help of woman, what would our din-
tier amount to? That Is nil very true.
Vhnt would it amount to?
The father and mother of woman
Were as white as the father and mother
of man; yet we are ehuwetl beneath
tiim. If I knew my beeomlni a
member of this AUhtnee would save
all of mankind, I would nv no, never
until I enn come in on an equal with
man. They are very willing for u to
assist them' in some little pe'ttv organ
ization, but when the (ly of bume8
oomes thy will y, you're a woman,
you stay at home and attend to house
hold duties; we don't want any dinner
to-day; we've got no use for woman
to-day. But let a negro or Chinaman
come along, they will walk up fo him,
shake hands with him, and very con
fidentially remark, come on down to
. the polls; we need you in our huaiucw.
I wish every woman saw this in the
same light that 1 do; then we could
About, hurrah for the women!
A Disgusted Wife.
There Is nv doubt that Albany is fai t
Ibeceraing the center of trade in Ore
gon outside of Portland, and busims
jnen arm turning their eyes toward Al
jbany as the future trade center for
; Eastern Oregon and the Willamette
Valley upon the completion of the O
;i U. R. The leading house In their
im is tne nrm ot i.npp isurreit x
fOmpany, wbolcftle Agricultural Im
plement dealer, who occupy the finest
nrner In Allianv. and iMrrv thelarirust
)tfA of farm implements, consisting of
jnne ouggies ana urckb, roaa ciris,
wagons, Monitor drills and seeder:,
fOliver chilled and sttel plows, IX-ering
Jiarve3ting machinery, and everything
" li the Implement line needed by the
farmers of this const. This year they
are shipping their goods direct from
Uhe factories to Albany, and looking
-into their warehouse wiii convince the
; .most skeptical that they are in Albany
to stay. Mr. F. H. Koscoe is their
manager, and liU experience in the
business enables him to know just
: w hat the fanuis want, and the I: re
amount of gotxls seeu leaving their
house daily is evidence that the farni
;ing pubHc "appreciates their presence in
Albany. VSjL&end for catabue and
d rices. -
COBER THOUGHTS FOR SOLEMN PEOPLE
rffXt HAVE I DONE? NO. 4.
Yon have done more good than evil,
fiiinre right than wrong. I know it is
an astounding and unpalatable sen
timent that 1 am about to advance.but
pi has the recommendation of being
lme, if it is not popular. You may
Tisbelieve it, but you cannot disprove
at. It is this instead of having done
more good than evil, if you are not a
penitent, a believer in Christ, a new
creature, so far as your moral nature
fs concerned, you have done no good,
you have done nothing right. Your
jxuoral acts and exercises have been all
f One kind, and ail evil, all wrong.
-When this is said, it is not meant that
-your acts have been evil and wrong
-an every sonse of those words. It is
not disputed that you have done
right and good aeeonling to the eu
lordinate signification of those word,
ibnt in the most important sense of
-those words, their Scriptural sense.
44iaL sense of them in which they will
e explained by God and understood
the day of judgment, "you have
..done onlv evil, and that continually
fhia assertion, though clothed with
di vine authority, mav giveoffenoe, bnf
examine it closely, ' remembering
fith whoin you have to do' Right i
-s. u. i f j
Kins f M 1113 rvguiMi.ion UI IlUlJJitll
.conduct, tat .conformity having for
fits spring an& principle the love of
iiod, for its object Jiis glory. Although
. 25'ou maj have Actied in bo mo things
agreeably to the revealed rule of God,
':! yet has your motive lecn, his love,
yonr aim his glury? It ?s quite poa
fciLie dp things wquired by tlio law
TtKiAiid -yRt Tender no acceptable
obedience to law, done for other
reasons t han that God requires, or done
.rather irom fear than love. To do
right to do what God requires, at the
suggestion of love and with a desire
-to glorify him. To do good is to do
what ;ie-.p1easing to God, but "without
faith'itis impossible to please him."
There are no truly god works, ac
cording to the Scriptures, but those
fUnto which we are ''created in Christ
Jestis." "I Twiiow that in me, that is,
3n my flesh, dwelleth no good thing."
Repentance in the case of the sinner,
precedes all acceptable obedience.
Take the case into the family for
practical elucidation. In the case of
- the rebelling subject or child, after
the first act of rebellion and dis
obedience it is all relellion and dis
obedience up to the moment he repents
and makes hia submission, go it iaAon their merits. Roberts & 5lil!er.
witn all who rebel against uoa. Jon
sitler the ingratitude as manifested by
you. There never was snch a case of
ingratitude before, and I suppose there
never could be another like it. God
never so loved any other world as to
jtive his Bon to die for its inhabitants.
Hach goodness does not exist to lead
other sinners to repentance. The
intervention of tlie Son of God to save
rebel men renders lus ease peculiar
and will render his condition here
after peculiar. He will rise to the
(i highest in heaven or sink to the
lowest in hell. He is the only sinner
that ever received a call to repent and ! jng when warm. This form, us well
return. I as blind, bleeding and protruding,
j yield at once to Dr. iinsanko's Pile
The Oregonian has the largest circa- Remedy, which acts directly on the
lath n of any daily, Sunday or weekly parts affected, absorbs tumors, alhts
p iper west of the Rocky mountains. : itching and effects a permanent cure.
And in order la further increase its S 50c. Druggists or maih treatise free,
circulation they have selected with Dr. 3osanko, 329 Arch street, Philadel
creat care, a large list f valuable ; phia, Pa. Sold by M. A. Miller.
tMKks and other useful articles, and are j "
m-rimr them as premiums to each new j All patties knowing themselves in-
fuiiscrilier, to any of its several issues
forvearly subfjcriptions. The Oregon-
j.-iiisnouiri in it every iiouseuoiu. oeuu :
r prcruittJii list. i
VtiiO'2AN Pt'TIKjllNG C(., j
.r. rortlttnd, Oregon. -
cascara ri ri.i.
-Judsjv" rtmker n mournful plea for the
(referviiiion ot the chilem ii-es. The
bleached and ghostly HKeli:ton ot tins fn-
'tuma true rniawl his wrnih, and bo iHtu the
jKH.lt uf iivptrti to ri iti their mltrht mid
'v,t a stop to t!i tirvfiuitioii of tho'e
"iwiuw." . fie flu i iv. a that the U, 8. sov-vrtiHu-nt
is !.(;; imMjoi! of it wenlth by
th;-Mi "(voelpn," nnd puts ttie land-rnvuerw
or, I'nctr gxisu-il tttdnttt tltctn. Kovv the fucts
an Jti8t these: The eldteni tree, the bnrk
of wlm h is called t'ttsesiva, hs lorn tood
in our lorests left to grow, witliwr nl lc
e:ty muiswl, unnoticed until, bv the en-ii-tjristMif
iie nf mir phvifi:int. It was
(t-mle to lu-nr n iroltioii frnlt. ifsmetfit-i nl
ft'.:d iH'eUMtiiiy vnHie was made, kuo'.vii to the
t.eo.iiR, .who htistcnod to turn into mtich-
)e-(!cd Ciih thnt whit-h lieretoi'ore htnl
served only to assist the digestive oriratir ot
she wily bear. Peeliiiit elntoai bnrk is not
a r.iViTbne. and ot-lv those who needed
nti- ey tor rue nensiint-t ot nte eonjrnt u
rout ny muiinji tutu which ufretomre
i at! stood wort Idea in the forests. Lut
year f t',00t weve scattered among the poor
men, women and ehih.hfn of ti-.i? county by
the V-oeling of tin lrk, and every man in
thistmuy pmihe.1 thcrt-hy. 8ttpio.o the
noor Teo!le did noel a lew ihoissn'ml tri-c
on povevnnicist laml, the over-Hnei t
Ifoe.rcr thereby would thvgftvemiiseut have
ever utilised 'those trees? and arc- not the
reopk! who nre ihe irovcrnment, be'e-Utfl
t!ie.:fby? These (ieei"rMM do not aoi-yniht
and roll the Umd-owuerof hia bsrk, but they
pay him tor the oirvilege of neeU it, thus,
tivim; him a source o ruAeiiuts that his
knew not of.
"Jmlac" includes in his censure the ami-e-
root dijfsers. The smne rvply mifrht lie
mane to ttns onrt oi nw arrteie as lias iteeu
tnade to other. These "ditrgern" are mak
ing honest money to insnre their families
an honest tivinir. by utiliinjr that which
was heretofore unkno vn asa thing of value.
They pay for the privilege of "tlijrpinj?,'
and'get well paid for their "dijriring." Thev
are violating ni law, save the oid tnossluuii.
law of never trying a new thing.
'J.vijru" ctnipl;ii-:s thnt California get
the ereo.it of all this chitem and grape-riKt.
Then these "peelers" and "tiijjr-iV are not
uoii ff such bail work alter i;tl, since the
lVuits of their 1h'hvs nre puhieet of rivalrv
letween two Stiitos. To writer's knowledsre
only lour tons ot t 'aacara bark were shipped
to t'alifomia loft year, and 100 tons were
shinped direct lv Knt.
No, "Judge, rather than hlume, we
-tumid give endit to the doctors who nre
bn.yicg this root and bnrk, and eneourrtKc
the "diggers' a:l 'peelers' to on and
make ail the :uoi;ey they honest lv enn.
3r. Etith was In Albany Saturday.
T. l PeeMer went to Portland Tuesday.
S. M. Garland went to Oregon City Tues
day. J. W. Pierce, of Ijtcnmb, called on us
Comniisioncr Rum!augh was in town
Prof. Tortwt spent Sunday with his family
Mrs. M. Follis has about recovertnt from a
J. K. Kirkimtrick nnd Dr. ftarker went to
crownsvilie la?t i-rittay.
MisTuplin acotnpa!iied Mrs. BarlKiur
as lur&s .tmany Jiontiay.
lletiry Pnrriah and family were visiting
relatives in Stnyton Intcly.
E. E. Montague went Ut Albany laat Pat
urtlay, retcr-dngon Monday.
P. M. W. Ilin.lman ha t-een afrlieted
with a sectmd atftiek of la pripj.
Ge.. "Wilkes, who entered the State T'ni-
rei-iry thi? spring, was in Lebanon a short
Mr. Ball, repirescnttnp the North Western
Life insm-ance company, wasdoingbusitieas
in our town Monday.
Mr. Ilalver?on, formerly suiter; ntende?it of
the a many Mining ut., cu licit at ue fc.x
py.rs oii.e Saturday.
W. E. Savaate. of l.acontb, left Monday
for a tov.r through Waahiiitrron and Idaho.
He will be gone aboui iuontii.
Mrs. Cotper, formerly of Brownsville,
came to Jwebwnon lat week with her am-in-law,
Mr. Klson, who has located hi leia
i:oa, 6. P. Bach went to Salem Friday, where
his wife has been viaiiin forabort eriiHl.
Thev both returned Tuesday, but Mr BhcIi
has been kpt indoors by "an attack of la
Rev. Ir. Skip worth, who was stricken
down with nervous p.ixftnition a lilile over
a year ago, stdl lingers at bis home in thi
eiiy in great weakness. He-will be ("2 ycttrw
old on the 12th int., should he live to see it.
We call the attention of nur citizens,
and especially the farming community,
to the following, which appeared in
the Eugene Guard recently:
The vEugene Canning and Packing Co.
having resolved to nif ke a beginning this
year, Itave asked farmers and others to
plant vegetab'tM for their uae, orlering to
pay the same prices as are paid else
where for them.
There seein to he an impress-ion that the
producer can nt make much by accepting
these prices but such i not the caps.
i .tKe lornaoes: un acre oi groura wm
plant over 70t plants. Now if each plant
gave a box of tomatoes (fS) lbs.) which ii the
amount r-ised in California it would nav
.MO per a-:-e, put it at or.e-huif a bix, and
Eome oi our mai Kei gaiienei-s nere say unit
it will weli do that and you have Jfi'Tu per
acre. Of cor.; ?e it takes" work, but you are
well paid for that wovk.
Let a man who is summer fallowing his
land plant it with the riht kind of sweet
eom (the conva.v will inrnish yoti seed
and he will make from K-5 to t40 pi'r acre,
much more than he con hi make from wheat
j or oat n; me rjeneuc oi a jrxxi sumn-er
and he does it at a time he has liuie or
notumtr e!r;e to to.
Lt him plant peas and he get $25 per
ton for xheni pods and all while they are
jireen aftd wei.uh heavy and he will make
troin $.70 to jjttrt per acre according to his
ground and all these things are an addition
to 4111 preacnt sources of inconte. et in
fanners, come tr.ke hold and give it a tritd.
The HTiM-kholdc-rs have put up $(),000 to
start this biiii::ess and the producers and
laborers are the ones thnt tvill n-ns-ive li
dtths of ad tho ljcrieSts and profits that .'re
made. The object is to do a vt ry Inrge busi
ne;; and at a vey Sn;all margin of prtnt.
Iet the producers cn:e in and Ret seeds
a iid unite with the persons who have i:t
veied their means in the ilant and estab
lish a new productive i:nli:stry herein our
county and town ; tiie iistert-st is a common
one, thiit helps evcrj'botty and hurts no
body. ' :
We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr.
King's Ki'W Discovery for Consump
tion, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Uuck
lcn's A; nicai-inlve and Klcctric Hitters,
and have never handled remedies that
sell as well, or that have given such
universal satisfaction. We do not hes
itate to guarantee them every time,
and wefctand ready to refund the pur
chase price, it" satisfactory results do
lift follow their use. These remedies
have won their great popularity purely
Aletha K. Silcs died in fSeattle, April 24,
1R91, at the age of 21 years, G months and
29 days. She was born in Vancouver, Wash
ington, Sept. ?5, ISCO; was united in mar
riage to J. II. Silcs, May 10, 18S!). Hushand
anu wife moved to Seatt'e Ia?t October, ant
"lived there a little over su months. V. i;s
bjivoi brought the remains back to Albany,
where they were met by sorrowing relatives
and friends, and the burial took place tl.e
A Sore Cure for FfJe.
Itching Piles are known by moisture
: like rwirsi drat ion cuusii;? intense itch-
anu-a u me win please citu aim siiic
as I um
need oi mom,, -rt.il ae-
f K90 not paid in next :.0 days i
t.l;ced in the hanJs jf a etdlce- '
M. A. MiuJiic,
Druggunt. - 1
ITllOAt tHKUKi (H)O (SS) Y.(A11,)I
You have no ndUft heeause yon are hid
liwvtn K'ill.1 tl. t i.a lla ,..,..4.1
of. lMeause VOU httve no "IimimIIm" in reim" f
your bovs don't look for pastures new.be
caufe they can't amird to lca papa'a sup
port. Webfoot it pood etumt;li for you, and,
with eiptuMts, it's the same with u. Vott
don't want tha IkjsL becauao nv.iry from
home yon miht Imve to earn your grub.
You have no ,Ticist)v." berimae. vour news
if picked up from the putter and herrped ot
your noiphbor. And we have heard of yonr
ni'-e, shttdy wnlb eonnectlnp Snduville and
Wuterloo, and predict you ndpht make a
livinp from it were mud an Industry, judg
inp from the AiO.OOO tons of mud th'ree feet
deep thai vour '"idee, hhady' walk pos
Now aa for mv eomtntr over to snend tlic
wonted week, yon have my thanks for the
invitation, though 1 niust " decline, as am
informed that biu-headry in contagion
arouml your humble door and will study
my ihivoU at home and send your nhnrv by
mail. Not much, can't bring "my dictionary
over just now, for If yoi should peruke iH
silken leaves yon would bust your briLehes
ami glue them to a nuMspnoer, '48avevi'
or nuher, you Iwdng an Iriahmau, call it
No, you don't fill three columns w'th
items an a aign of buMums, because you
hnven't any bninesa ; but vou soap the'eit
itors with your billy syi"ps coni-eruing
other people's business, uh, no, Mr. t T.,
don't sjfiik of the merry war among the
eorresjHiiinenis, ami your gerttng una
chicken down. Yon haven't the gizzHnl to
attempt such aa that, as tho shot in your
boots ain't, heavy enough, Babhe, again?
As for the "bull 'ring," just wait a day or
two till I-re.joi.il my brother cowboys and
we will march in force from Hunehgraas
and snap you up by your long, puki.V, oil
band nose, and clean tin; mud and tobacco
coda from your slimy pool ot adulterated
vinegar called soda to catch suckers with.
Now, Mr. (Irowler, when yo.i aairt tint to
do the brother correspondent! u In the
first round, you'll tind that's a game that
two can play, and you are pang to find
your match, "and don't yon forget it." We
i'o i't pro ime to kill your feelings entirely
this time; but should your most delicate
feelings become wounded, simply Imrrow a
few back numbers of the "Kxprms" and: go
to your gi-eat, the onlv-'im.--on-rhc-eiiast
me licul -lop-pot, ami uhile von read over
your imst Waterloo toohshness, gently
bathe the mud from your walk and grease
from the alVecte! parts, and Dr. Ounu will
witi r.iiit the cure.
Now. Mr. Boaster, don't yon jut grow
too full of wind about your b;g town, ami
if this advice isn't heeded, your overalls are
bound to ri;-. and the In-nt "plan for yod to
follow is just to keep on your shirt or the
sun will bake your hide." oh, Mr. Windy,
you've Im e i try ng t:t pull down all tlie eor-resptintient-
-mily because you have no
other b-.i.-ducMS. iou haven't even got en
terprise e:io(-gh to buil I sti-eets to hml on
in your old age; am! such a case you are.
Many 'thanks for your few lines of wtmlv
verre. and in return 1 lender vou the fol
low ire. which I will not advice vou to in
sert in your rooketbook, but kiiullv pin it
to the bii-n of your bat, so that it will hang
over jour eyes to reminu you oi your l-liy
at all time. Tliough I'll be pleasantly
bnwsiti in (tatures .ew lieyomi the leaji
tittil Cascades when you are blessed with
this advice, don't you'lbr one moment tbr
pvt that "the binl never flics so far that his
tail ttocn't follow him," and this in the case
with UlH-as T.(ail) ahoul.l von attempt to
. "show e:t " again ; so Kwk sliarj. my tittle
nun; my pencil isn't worn out yet. Now
kindly read my verses and go off "and soak
your bend, Mr. Windy, and perhaps you'll
have a better idea of this queer world you
-'thr uincE or WATESIOO."
Oh. Itrk to u, yon fVlrt Cracker,
Ytai'ie stifl aiivl dry a" rtiwt:
Vtwi poke vtniT hemt into jimr Kpriilff
t mil your iuq U titl f ruat.
You've sromtM yourflf (Vctti hotter men:
We'll ii'irs you heir n:i'l there;
Vt can't wure tis, von ho mre,
S. fiet in it you Uure.
Y':n havefnarled at men from distmiee.
Hut you ran never Uk tbein face to face;
So u:ichi4 is your 'Sho'.r tBV
That you have fell irom Ki-aee.
Ytiur iwk ami tnh-town eity
fVx-esse mxiliiiu. no pcn'-rtil atore:
Your cu:s dine on Krt'a.e mid gntlituu
Or ure llred out of doors.
Then vou ttitehv't into
Aud quacked like a duck.
Yf enll It Waterloo, do yen?
We call ii the ifiol's pnneii,
Bcefttve it ban s wimlv man
Thai tella US doubt'iiet.
Come over to Lneonib:
For you we have n pltr:
Then km hack to your tiVousli friends
Ami tell theui you've sen a cliy.
Bewre of ns my Wend, will you?
You'll get it lmri ami nmtrh.
Ve il choke the sizziinl out of vou.
We'll mate you holler "enough.'
Lacomk, Or., April 26 1S91.
The fortning' of a dairy association
and the establishment of a dairy fartti
has been discussed hy the farmers and
hutdueas men of Ijinu crniuty for
several weeks past. Tho "plans of the
association wyru publish. rl in the Al
bany Herald hy Mr. Schmidt, the un-
.jcetor of that cnterpriHo. In a eonvcr-
nation with that gentleman this week
: he told us that the Willamette Valiey
t ia admirnhly adapted to dairy inr. '1'he
I matter has been canvassed by the
Kivamre and at the surest ion of that
I ortrHiiizution Mr. Schmidt submitted
! his plans, which are both prat-tietil and
j huinestj-like. Several business men of
Albany are interested largely in theeti-terpriB-and
we believe that the pro
ject will umturo.
A Fiiitt!lj- Pnlartted.
Mr. Ayer and family living in the
stibui b of Lebanon were poisoned
Tuesday evening after having par
taken of buttermilk and canned straw
berries for supper. None of the fam
ily were able to go for a physician, but
thealarm was raised nnd rtM no-tided ioby
Dave Uidgeway who hastened uptown
for Dr. Booth. The Dr. found the par
ents and one child in n pretty bad con
dition but hastened to relieve them
from danger. Mr. Ayer attributes the
poisoning to the butlermiik, which is
not probable; the more reasonable view
ef the case is that they were poisoned
by eating the canned fruit.
On Pnnday morning a run-a-way
occurred on Second street. A young
man from Benton county by the name
of Stone and Muster Claud Crusn
hi tolled a pony to a new cart and
started out for a shore ride. When op
posite Dr. Jj. Foley's residence the
pony wheeled suddenly, throwing
young Stone out but leaving the lad in
the cart to guide the frightened animal
as best he could without the aid of
reins, which had passed out of his
reach. The animal run about a block,
spilled the boy out of the cart and stop
ped at Mr. Cruson's bam. Neither of
the noys was much the worse for their
There is more Catarrh in this section of
the country titan all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was
supiKtsvd to be incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced it a local disease,
snd prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has
proven t atarrh to be a constitutional dis
ease, and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by P. J. Cheney A- Co., Toledo, Ohio,
is the only constitutional cure on the mar
ket. It it! taken internally in do-es from 10
drops to a teaspoon fid. It acts directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send for circu
lars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. Chknfy A Co., Toledo, O.
St-Sold by irurffists, 75c.
Used in Millions of Homes
Ftdlowinp Is the profrrnm nf entur
tnitiment to leglren nt t.ht Hand Hall,
Wt-dncftdny evenlni, Mkv 13. I)nnrs
nin nl 7:.';d 1. si. IVrformnueo begins
t 8 o'clock sharp:
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Kfutmtinn, "How to Do if Hiittie Mliv
Concert rscrchu.,,.,. A tirade, Primary lept
JriepreMentatioii. "l-'roSt Kincr and Summer
(ucen '.i lidermeihate Hep't
Sluic : itrchesna
Itecitation, "A Kiss in School1 ;
, ...l'auline Adams
Beritattout "f:lvhtfrn Parly" Dell PhitImIi
ltepreseiitution, "Columbia's ltilon Pnr-
tv'' llurh heboid
Kecui.ln.il, "An tld Htorv lictold"
.....Ktimce KtrKpa trick
Geoprapiilcnl charnde, live scenes, audi
ence to ftne-ss the State
, .Girls of Hifjrh School
Ttecitution, "lioiiiRl Ooiug!"..Ediiti Walton
Souk Kitty Uoud
Kan drill hi costume
tih'ls 4f lutermediate and lliyh Hchonl
Soujr Mubel Cockrell
"Tho Hetisou Vhv I Wouldn't"
Eddie tUiv ami Nellie Wallace
Tieciti lion, "The Old Sailor's Htory'
. . ....Jolmnv Harden
Pecitation... J. It. Klrkpatriek
Motion so:ir.........A tirade, Primary Oep't
'faldeau, two SciMies, "Utsturlied JdUs"....
Clo-sinu sonir, "Adieu! Adieu!"
.V. Hfch Schotd
To THE PKOPI.E OF 1.EBANOX:
This entertainment will be civen in
behalf of l.chunmi public schtxil. The
proceeds will go to paying for organ
and also to increase the school library.
The money will be Invested for the
good of the hoys and girls of our citv.
'IJhfe entertainment will doubtless be
worth more than the small Admittance
clmre. Iiet everyone go and enjoy an
evenintrof amnsement and nrolll. Ad
mittance, 2o cents. Children under 12
years, In cents.
For various reasons we have decided to
close our correspondence.
Through all oar writings we hare aimed
at Truth (although our aim may have been
unsteady at time), and if we have" used
language unlwcontuig the end just i tied the
We thanh you, V. H. Iter, for your com
pliments, and uill repay in kind' when ojv
Mr. 11. It. W., as the strawberry seas4tn is
at hand, we have no time to attend to vour
'short reiinest. i our luivive m rvfrard to
Switzerland is rather late; if you will pe
ruse back niimlrs of the "Express" vou
will tind the beauties of this country and its
wants set forth at length. It was not our
Intention to cause "antaavmisms." but the
idea of a railroad to this section for timber
is so hidierous while mills are Ivtmr idle all
over the coast, the supply tieing greater
than the demand. You wen trying to 1-e
funny by writ ins our name. To nbae you
(and other who have een in di uHt an to
our nlentitvl, we sitftt our name nt full
Hut a won I in cone!u.jion. To the readers
of the "Kxpress we wend ottr best wishes
lo the writers it has been our duly to criti
cise friendship, nnd trust you w ill ever con
tinue in the good work.; as scholars make a
school, men a nauon, live eorreiorulent
a-ist in making a newspaper; b.it don't.
uori i mi ine sivticc aiioiteu to you witn
"wind," "water ami "advice." To O. H,
Wbitetimb, we find traces of that article iti
our hand that eauseil ligenes to mke a
show of himself in Athens, ami would ab
jure you to take for your ftuiite tliat other
uwtrpf you resent me so iiiiu-i i. e., lieorge
i. k . toauuie oi uis eoutrv. autos.
E. Pi-CRincs lTsc - tintKM Piter,
) T. U Uice.
THK GOLDEN HUE HAKAAR.
The fullest store we have ever seen
In Linn county, the finest assortment
of grxxls In the valley, outside of Port
land, is to be seen at the Golden Rule
Bazar. Children never tire looking at
the Immense stock and uulquedisplay
nf toys: the stock of crockery, irlnssware
and china ware la the wonder abd admi
ration of all who see it; the six hundred
pounds of t a. of the choicest brand
and best, flavor, which the proprietor
hag sold within the last year, has cre
ated a thirst for more of this exeelllent
beverage. While Dr. Price and other
chemists are wrangling over the purity
of their hakintr Dowdera. the (ioldeii
Rule prize paking powder sells and no
questions are asKeu ana no limit is
found as to Its merits. A complete
line of shelf hardware, lamps, tricycles,
baby carriaces, etc, are to be seen at
this house. Don't spend $10 goHig to
roruauu wneu you can see all
the above sights for the simple
c et of a look. When in Albany anend
du hour in this great curiosity store
una you will always be glad that you
visuea umuwonis i.oiueu ltuie litv
zaar. Albany, Oregon.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Kvery Week.
Hay $lo per ton.
Flour Si 40&M 50 per sack.
Chop $1 5j per ctvl,
Rran nOc per cwt.
Middlings ?! 50 pir cwt.
Apples Dried, 8e per lb.
Pluuis Dried, 7c
Reef Dressed, 67c.
pork Dressed, 50c.
Hums lifrt:loc per lb.
Sides I0f12ic per lb.
ffcese lll per doz.
Ducks $7 50 per doz.
Chickens 4 00,5 00.
Turkeys lilcj per lb.
Butter 20c per lb.
Hides Green, 4W.5e; dry, 10c.
"The Jersey Lily.
Anctesea Cottage, L. B., July 2.
Gentlemen.- Altho it is very unusual
for me to use any lotions or
washes, still, in answer to your
request, I have tried Wisdom's
Violet Cream a nd Robert i ne. The
former I consider especially eilicacious
in cases of roughness of the skin, and
I have been using it every day for the
last fortnight. I have found the
Robert i nc an excellent preparation in
easees of ton, sunburn, etc, caused by
exposure to March winds end a July
sun. Yours faithfully,
To Messrs. Wisdom & Co.
At this season of the year the moat
vigorous and hearty people often have
a fcelinjr of weariness, tired aud worn
out, without ambition to do anything:,
and many break out in pimples aud
t toils. What you require is a mild
tonic medicine that will act gently on
the liver and blotd, and for this, noth
ing eqi.uls Dr. Gun's Improved Liver
Pills. They give ait activity to the
liver, purify the blotKl and by their
mild tonic action, new vitality and
stregth to the entire system. Bold at
25 cents a box by SI. A. Mi I tor.
F. M. French, the jeweler, Albany,
keeps railroad time.
40 Years the Standard.
Mil, AllLBOKN'rt MKTIimtnp IMIINO
Ileiug a stranger to every ho fly when
I came to hclo, pud realizing that It
wits nticesKnry to convince the people
by demonstrated facts, 1 used the fol
lowing method of Introducing myself
ha a physician, and my special reme
dies for female weakness to the people:
I proposed taking fourpntlents and cure
them l'l!;i.i: ()' lit AUlM-: tind all medi
cines KKkl1.;. aside troni (lie cost ot Instru
ments, and il at the end nl one month thev
did not receive at) v Itenent. 1 would rotund
whatever they should have paid for the in-'l
strurncnis. ju innner, me part ten accept
ing this otter were to give their testimonial
o !(;' every mouth, telling their condition,
whether ftnpioveu or otherwise, and these
testimonials were to lie published every
month. Three ladles accented tbN i m no
tation, namely : Mrs. R. Phillips. Miss Ida
Phillips, and Mrs. Lee Uilyeu the fourth
one preferring to pay the agreed sum, which
was jpzot. '
The tctbiionlals thus lar used have nil
been f?lven by the parties themselr, or by
their direct urtler to use their narna and
case ibr that purpose, since these, testimo
nials indicate what the facts prove, that
those ladies will noon be able to care for
Ihoinselvtjs, I hereby ofTer to take six more
on the same terms, namely: Thnt thev Kive
a statement of their condition once every
mouth until permanent py cure.ii a written
testintoniul preferred. If no improvement
is made by the end of one mouth, I agree
ti take back the Instrument and refund any
money which may have been paid to me.
iUL A. AHUibltN.
Subscribed and swqrn to before me this, the
2tu uay oi April, itvu.
Dr. AHLItOltN will treat all cases
of Kemalb Wkakn'BHS at an average
cost of from $40 to $2fX). Wednesdays
and Sundays reserved for oftlee pract Ice,
when all classes of chronic complaints
will be treated. Read below what
some of your neighbors have to say
concerning the doctors treatment.
GOOD WORDS FOH 1U. AHLBOHN.
A W F.H1TORIOUS ST ATITMPNT.
A few davs ami we met Mr. W. M. Phil
lips. Jnn., and in converiiiar with hitn he
voluntarily matte tne toiiowme statemeui.
which we publish at his ret;ue.st: "About
ten years ago my wife lieeamc atlihrtel with
a weakness, that at times gave her great
trouble, and prevented her from looking
after her household duties, nevertheless she
a-as miner the care ot several nit v.-u tans.
Her heahh grad.ually grew wote,'and for
tne past- six luoutns, until quite recently,
she has been entirely unable to do her
household work. Five week ago, Dr. Ald
born coinmem-ed tnathiK her. She com
menced getting better from the Is-gintiing
of his treatment, and at the present time
ii cr iiruim in oeiier iitiui i iir iK'en hi any
time during the past ten years. Whip? 1 do
not restird her as beinir comiiletelv cure'
she is so far recovered as to le abe to look
alter her household duties without undue
iatigue. Her appetite is good and I deem
her well on the road to complete recovery.
I make this suitenient not for the inn-nose
of simi'lv cettititrnty name in nublic itriut.
but for the purMjse that othtr who may I e
suuenng suiuiariy may tie uenenueu iy ii.
Til HEB WEKKS LATER.
Mrs. R. Phillips says: 'Durine the past
three weeks 1 have improved wonderlully
under Dr. AhHoru's treatment, and would
not go nacK aptuu u wnere l was tteiore in
began treating me for one thousand dollars.'
Mr. Wash Pbillins snvs: "T have leen
sull'eritiK from sore thoat and stomach trou-b'-tf
for twenty years. During the last live
weeks' 1 have been treated by Dr. Ahllmrn,
and now I am feelintE sl well that it seems
j'sjif my thiott and stomucli had nevir
cuuscu me any vrounie.
Miss Ma Phillins savs: 'I want the ico
nic of Scit ami vicinity to know that I have
been greatly benefitted by Dr. Ahlltorn's
treatment, and eapeet to be iienuanently
Mr. fieo. Glass, who lives about two ndles
west of Scio, and who has been troubled
greatly with his stomaeh and kidm-ys. savs;
l nave oeeu oenenitei -o ltiucu iv it
Ablborn's treatment that I feel that 1 can
not say enough in praise of the' doctor's
Mr. William Togun says he is improving
as fast as could be expected in a case of hit
kind could not do any work lor a year past.
Notice tt 1'" it rro era
Wanted at once, chickens, ducks,
grese, turkeys, dried fruits, butter,
eggs, nnd all kinds of farm produce,
for which I will pay the highest price
in cash or exchange for goods.
O. W. Simpsoj.
0ii Klrtiinc to II nut nutty.
SoSnys an Otvirin I'ioinrer Ninety Years Old.
Poto-tJhovk. Or.. MHrh 19.
m have tiKC't the OKKtitiN KIDSKV TEA and
obtained UmnetUnie relief. It is (wl's tilevlns to
hmnnnity. I take reaure in rt?,omTtcnlitis it
to Uie airlieted. 1 am now nearly ninety yesra
old. eetue lo On'tron (u 1S42 in the employ of the
Hudson 's Hay Com pan v, ami since 1 liogan usinft
l. ID 311 to if..
I The Road to
Cannot uoMBSfully traveled wlth
ut gowl health. To reach wealth or any
coveted position In life require! the full
Boteetelon and operation of all the fao
altlee kind nature has endowed us with.
These conditions cannot exist unless tho
physical being la In perfect working
order, and this la Impossible when tho
liver and spleen are torpid, thuiobstrttct
Ing tho secretions, ceasing Indigestion
and dyspepsia, with all of their acoom
English Dandelion Tonic
xorts a specific Influence over the liver,
excites It to healthy action, resolves Its
chronic engorgements, and promotes the
secretions; euros Indigestion and consti
pation, sharpens the appetite, tones up
the entire systsm, and raaku life worth
Eg-grs, Butter and All Kinds
MONFORE & MELVIN.
C. E- RANOUS,
Carpenter & Builder.
All Kinds Repairing & Jobbing
Done on Shortest Notice.
UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY
Shop on Main Street, Next Door to
NEY HARNESS SHOP
J. C. FREY & SON,
Harness, Saddles, Collars,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A CALL.
At Peterson it Wallace's Old Stand.
To Make Hoora for Uf
SPRING & SUMMER STOCK,
DRY .GOODS, '
FURNISHING GOODS, ASD NOTIONS,
I WILL CLOSF OUT MY
Entire 8tick of
Boots 6c Shoes
Now U the Time to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. F READ,
SAML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
GEO. W. WRIGHT,
ASD NOTARY ri'BMC,
A'tMTiy , Oregon.
Wtll practice 111 a!! the ennrtfl nf tnH State.
Olticc, trout tuoum over Lank of Oregon.
W. H BOOTH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In Guv's New Bulletins.
Residence at Mrs. Ambler's.
DR. W. C. NEC US,
Physician and Surgeon.
Graduate of RotaI College of Lomlon and Bells-He
Medical Colic tee, Mftw.
(,'bronlp eam a pttrlHltr.
Cancers removed without pnln or the knife.
OFFICE Klrkpetrk-fa butUltng, Jobation, Or
MRS. S. II. CO WAX'S
Emporium of Fashion
Is replete with the ljitet StjleHfff Hais, Tlonnct
aua every Tttnc-iy 01 nua-er jtnunuLo
the fai'Itiuimble uurid.
A F!r4-ClaM TrePmal(In)t Shop In connwtiOD,
which is presidfl over by lamei" nhuiudk
Cutiiiig and Fitting a gpetialt jr.
OitR Dona S.HTtt or thi Express" Offk-r.
FASH TON ABLE
EXCTIAMIE HOTEL BCILD1KG.
Ores Suit?, TV'a-ih Fnit. Wrap", nnd Plain Setting
rieailf mm tTuuipiiy none.
Cutting nnd Fitting a Specitiltr. Chnrgis reason-
I Ct!ltE FOB SiOK KCADftOHE.
and all tronblea art sing froia
lndiCMbm or Uonntipation.
a. hr Pnrif rintf tha Klood.
TTm dace can b nlealr aclinnivd to na'.t the caae, m
one pill can never be too farse a dom. Bnpr to tub
b morh Busir. fl pillu pot up in a stronz vial
vhleb can be carrlfX) la re-1 rvookat. A Ort (aiT-.n.
I. i.r to Trawlers and IsalauM Mtm. Rnnf OarhIep n-Ilfe-aul
'ri-uol'-railaarh. KtM KT-mhrv.K5(ua koUla.
nf. HAPTER'B IBOM TONIC.
B 'PT'RIPIEII thr, RI.no IIEIIITI.ATKR the LITUP S
H and KIDNEYS and UKSTOHKS tho DBRTI.ITATKlf jj
lu HKAI.TH aud VIOOROUS STRENGTH or Yoonif
THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO. ST. LOUIS, MO.
W. L. DOUGLAS
rJ"k ?5 afi ffj l" tle for Genllemin,
S V mm Ladiea,eto..arawar-
ranted. and so stamped on bottom. Address
W. i.. UOUULA8, Uroktoar Mnaa. Sold by
C. C. HACKLE MAN.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Orejjon,
April 9, 1S01. I
Notice is herebr given thnt the following-named
manl.cin hnuHluil nnHon nf hit inluntfnn tn mulrB
niuil proof in support of the claim of the minor
proof will be made before the Register and Ro
ceiverof the U.S. Land Office at Oregon City,
Oregon, on June 5, 1SU1, viz: James Crabtree,
tniiirdian of the minor heirs of Joub Powell, de
ceased; Homestead Kntry No. 4803, for the N. X
01 1. ii. y aua a. x. i oi ss. is.. i oi oec. o, ip.
II R. R. 1 WRst.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
and their nontinnous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: J. A. Crtekett, Thomas
Crockett. A. J. Fitzwater and F. B. PoweH, all of
ieDanon, mm county, vrcm.
J. X. AI'i'ElUJON, Register.
f4 DO NOT CRIP, SICKEN GR
If yon want to see the best assort
ment of General Merchandise in town,
and get the best values for your money,
you cannot do better than call on me
at my old stand, where the latest nov
elties in Spring Goods are to be had
at way-down prices.
Call and examine my stock of Fur
nishing Goods, Ties, Collars and Cuffs,
Kid Gloves, Fine Balbriggan Under
I have the latest novelties in Press
Goods, Kibbons, ; Ruchings, Silks,
Hushes, and Trimmings of all kinds..
I keep the celebiated P. N. and S. K.
Corsets, Which give elegance of shape
and perfection of fit.
Full lines of CLOTHING, BOOTS
and SHOES and GROCERIES con
stantly on hand.
Produce of all kinds taken in ex
change for goods.
Your patronage is respectfully in
vited. CIIAS. B. MONTAGUE,
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Also Keep on Second floor a full lino of
- BOOTS & SHOES,
In which I will not be undersold. Come and see me and
I will treat you well.
ALBANY, - - - OREGON.
Lebanon Planing Hifc
ESTALISHED IJ 1875 BY S. A. IICKERSOI. ;
Refitted, Enlarged and Improved.
NEW MACHINERY OF THE BEST MODERN TYPE.
I manufacture and deal in Doors, Blinds, all styles of Window
Frames, Door Frames, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc., in fact anything man
ufactured and kept on hand in a first-class planer.
In connection with the above, I also have on hand a well-assorted
lumber yard in which is to be found reugh and dressed Lumber, Rustic,
Bevel, Weather Boarding, Flooring, and all kinds of Finishing Lumber
for Cornices, Etc.
Nichols, Westfall & Co.,
Special attention shown Commercial Travelers.
TruHsieut stock carefully cared for. , . ...
Daily stage from Lebanon to Sweet Home; leaves at T"A. M.,-Jrrrive at 6 P, M.
nl Sle ttablc.