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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1891)
LEBANON, OREGON, JULY 17,1891.
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J. A. H 'EA Til EllFOliD,
ATTORNEY - AT- LAW,
W. R. SI LYE V,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
SAML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY- AT - LAW.
CEO. W. WRICHT,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Will vrartlir 111 all the court, of tlil State,
lllliftc, tmirl rooui over bank of on-goa.
DR. W. C. NEGUS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Oraduatf of Royal fouse of Uimlon aud U.-U-vuc
chronic cac b specially,
ifcnrcw reniored wulnoit pata or the kiUfe.
OFFll'K Klrkpatrlrk's building, Lebanon, Or-
A. F. STOWE,
Attorney -at - Law,
Cwllect'"' kWmti (wtitnpt anil can-fill nttrtitUm.
Will practice iu all the courts of the state.
(WTU'K IX lUSS.Udi'l Bli.'K,
lotary Public aid Collecting Agent,
Justice of the hn, Lebaueu l'reclurt.
Nota ry Publ ic.
and LOAN BROKER.
AOKST FOR THIS CONTINENTAL
Ins. Co., of New Y'urk.
Ileal Estate in all iU hrarwheii.
anil small tracts of Fruit, Farming, and
Money to loan on Farms, Improved
City Property or Ouilt-cdge note dis
counted. LEBANON, OREGON.
J. h. COW AS,
J. M. KALSTON.
Transacts i General Banking Business,
ACCOUNTS KEPT SUBJECT TO
Kxcliangc sold on New York.San Francis
co, and Portland and Albany, Oregon.
(.Aillection made ou favorable terms.
Anup-countv exchange got a mar
riage notice and a grocer's notice
mixed up, and the combination rend
thus: "John Smith and Miss Ida
Quay were united in the bonds of
sauerkraut which will be sold by the
quart or barrel. Mr. Smith is an
esteemed ood-flsh at ten cents per
Our thanks ore due to Mr. H. M.
Roberts for a quantity of Ilnyal Ann
Cherries. From tills same tree grew
the cherries Unit in 187(1 took the first
prize at (lie centennial in Philadelphia
and we doubt not that those left us
would take (lie prize this. year. They
are the fluent we ever saw. Harrls
Over '5,t)O0,(K)2 xunds of wool will 1
shipped to The Dulles this season
Oregon wool. Over 5,100,000 cans of
saltuou will be shipped from Astoria
this seasou -Oregon salmon. Over
15,000,000 bushels of wheat will be
shipped from the slute this season
Oregon wheat. There are also Oregon
fruit, Oregon gold, Oregon timber, and
a host of other Oregon products ot 01.
The following, from an exchange,
should suggest something to average
farmers: "He told his son to milk the
eows; feed the horses, slop the hogs,
hunt the eggs, feed the calves, catch
the colt and put him in the stable,
cut some wood, spllCup the kindling,
stir the cream, put fresh water in the
creamery after supper and be sure to
study his lesson before he went to lied.
Then he went to the farmers' club to
discuss the question, 'How to kbep the
boys on the farm.' "
A newspaper can say nice and pleas
ant tilings about a man and his whole
family for two long years, and then in
cur their lifetime enmity in one short
week by a seeming slight. Yes, it's
the fact; and you can hurrah fur a can
didate, back his friends, cuss his ene
mies and make a darued fool of your
solfall the way through, without a
thank in the end, to find when you
are a candidate that he is "out o' poll-
tics." But there is one man that don't
forget you, and that's the man you
Saloon keekers and others who deal
111 cigars would do well to closely
ntudyJtheUw enacted by the last con
gress in regard to the sale of cigars.
(Section 2o2 of the Kevised Statutes
says that cigars must lie sold to cus
tomers direct from the pro)ierly stamp
ed box. A dealer who takes out a
handful of cigars and lays them before
the buyer to choose from or a saloon
keeper who brings a customer a cigar
ou a plate or iu a glass, makes him
self liable to a tine of $100. West
Most editors are acquainted witli the
man who "takes more papers than lie
can read," and consequently lias no
use for his local papers. He takes a
paper published in Portland, Maine.
It contains all the latest news about
the "Smuggler's Lost Cruise," t tie ad
venturers of "Big Moae, the lirandit
King," etc, and while he isstoring his
mind with sueli useful information
his wife is reading back number al
manacs. This is also the man who
wants flftfeii Hue local puff's, just to
fill up you know. Ex.
A novel experiment litw been devis
ed for tile entertainment of dinner
parties, the serving of salad grown
under thceyes of the guests who par
take of it.. The secret of informing
this magic feat lies in soaking good
germinating lettuce seed in alcohol for
about six hours and sowing it In an
equal mixture of unslaked lime and
rich soil, After the soup lias ' been
served, sprinkle the seed with luke
warm water and they will sprout
Immediately. The lettuce glows almut
the size of hazel nuts before the time
for t rvlng the salad arrives, Ex,
In the new ballot act the democrats
succeeded in passing tn tha Ohio legis
lature provision was made for a dis
tinctive emblem at the head of the
names of each party on the ticket.
The selectlou is made by the officials
of the party organizations. In pursu
ance of this provision the prohibition
ists have selected the white rose' the
republicans the eagle and the demo
srats the dag. Tbefi'rmers, will come
in later with some agricultural figure,
perhaps the fleece of a sheep, symbol
izing the way they have been sheared
In the McKinly business. Centralia
A newspaper directory just issued,
reports Oregon's thirty-one counties as
having 131 newspapers, fifteen of
which arc dailies, and nearly all of
them are weeklies. Of course Multno
mah is tiie banner county, having four
dailies, and twenty-eight weeklies and
monthlies. Seven counties Crook,
Curry, Josephine, Klamath, Lake,
Malheur and Sherman are reported
as having but one paper each. There
Is no county in the state without a
newspaper. In Linn there are eight,
two of which are published daily.
Lane lias six, Polk four, Benton five,
and Umatilla seven.
Superintendent Downing, of the
state penitentiary, made a report for
the quarter ending June 3fl! During
the quarter the expenditures were
$9,479.24; earnings, $7,413.27, and
receipts, ft!S6.75. The number of con
victs at the close of I he quarter was
391, being an increase since January
lof33. The receipts were greater by
$2,500 than during the previous quar
ter. Of convicts 81 are sick or decrepid ;
43 unemployed, and 224 employed in
the Northwestern foundry at 40 ceuts
per day. ,
The county court of Marion county
agreed to Invite the county court of
Linn county to join them in a visit tn
Mill City, on the 24th, to view the site
of a proposed bridge across the main
fork of the Santiam river.
A Sure Care for File.
Itching Piles are known by moisture
like perspiration causing intense Hell
ing when warm. This form, as well
us blind, bleeding and protruding,
yield ot once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which arts directly on the
parts affected, alworbs tumors, allays
Itching and effects a permanent cure.
50c. Druggists or mull; treatise free.
Dr. Brawn kn, 320 Arch street, Philadel
phia, Pa. Sold by M. A. Miller.
The Exi'KKHR is prepared to com
pete with Portland or San Francisco
in matter of style and finish in busi
ness and visiting cards.
Don't send your money abroad, but
patronize home industry, by having
jourprinting done at the Exi'hksh
All parties knowing themselves In
dented to John Unger will how take
notice that all accounts unpaid by
Aug. 1st., 1891, will be sued upon at
that date. This is the last notice to lie
given. I have waited long enough.
Pay all accoui.ts to Samuel M. Oar
land. July 2, loJI,
M. A. Miller will do.e out hi stock
of West Virginia and China nut oil
All persons knowing themselves to
he in debted to me will please come
toward and settle up. I can't run
business without money. On and
after August first I will sell for cash
on the block (uo.cicdit.)
7-10-4t. G. T. Cottox,
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Laud office at Oregon city, On-gou,
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settli-i lias tilcil notice of his luteultoa to make
final pnsif iu sunisfft of his claim, and Hint said
troot will lie mode before the County Clerk of
inn County, at Albany, itregou, ou Aug. 24, Isiil,
Homestead F.nlry No. u)l, for fits Nos. '4, Sand 4
Sec. lAi'i'u. II S, It. I E.
He iiaines the following witnows to prove his
continuous resilience tii-oii and culllvatloii ol , suid
laud, vis: (fee I01, K. k.) Juholm O. Hold. Andy
Fiuwatcr, Jvss 34. South. John M Fluugbcr, all of
licoiub, 1. 0., Ulln Co., Oregon.
Protracted meeting commencing (Friday)
July, 17 soda waternothing stronger.
Boat riding seems to lie a feature of en
Waterloo extends thanks to Sodavillc
cornet band, for an excellent serenade ren
dered here on Sunday, This band is im-
provcing rapidly. " Come again.
Ah there! Boys don't got. under .the
kitchen porch when you take a drink for
water you will find, "sure'.
When you go to the Soda spring' look
out for your tront teeth H. K. tnkc warn
Lumber und shingles seem to lie in great
demand from. the number of loads daily
Surveyor O'Connor visited Albany Tues
day and returned Wednesday.
Waterloo will soon be ready for a boom.
Slow but sure.
Grahpa Peebler it visiting his friends Jas.
Davldsnn.arid fumily. ...
Mrs. W. I.!. Davis' daughter, who has been
quite ill, has entirely recovered. '
Mr. Davis' family are among the earners
Mr. W. 0. Coboran of Brownsville, spent
Wednesday at this place.
Quite a crowd gathered here Sunday for
enjoyment and soda water, and it is need
less to remark they found both.
The seats are being erected in the grove
for the protracted meeting, ill good style
now. Come one and all.
God's tllCMing to Humanity,
So Says an Oregon Pioneer Ninety Years Old.
Fmoxr Gnovs. Or., March 19.
I have unci the ORKiiOK KIDNEY TF.A nun
obtained Immeiliale relief. It is (kid's hluMing to
humanity. I take pleasure In rer-urntuendluR it
to the afflicted. 1 am now nearly ninety years
old, camu Ui Oregon in ISi'J in the employ of the
Hudson's Bay I'ompanv, and sitiee I beKun using
the OKEOON K11JNE1 TEA I enjoy pH.il hfnMi.
Rev. McJ'troy, of Sweet Home, preached
at Mountain Home on last Sabbath as did
also lU'V A. Tunison. "
Wlfclciirn that Mr. Ceo. D. Smith of this
place, intends moving to Cedar Flat to
work in a shingle mill.
We had a nieo picnic at Mountain Home
on the last duy of Miss Croecy's sc'iool.
Miss (.'recey left the next day for her home
in Kast Portland.
I notice iptite a change in the last week
issue i f theliKxpress wieh we think adds to
the beauty of the piqier.
Mr. T. B. Wright is building him a new
frame burn SOx.ie feet sipturc. -
H. S. Wooden is working . for Win.
Phillips tins week. .
Mr. Samuel llawkcn and wife visited
Fern Itidge-last Monday.
Weleiirn Mr. Win. Fruit went to Browns
Jim Smith is running an Armstrong
mower this week.
Miss Lillie Smith went to Brownsv
Kveryliody take the Fxibess and he
North American Pie Biter.
G. E. Hardy will mend jewelry at
cost of material.
You can buy a watch from the new
Jeweller, at the city drug store on the
installment plun.Dy paying one-iiiirty
sixt h part of your purchase ea h week
until piuil for, at prices us low us can
b-j had elsewhere, for spot cash. No
The firm of Smith & Hummock, at
Tallman, has disolved; Mr E K Hum
mock retiring, t lie business will be con
tinued by Mr David Smith,
$50 Hkwakd. I will pay anyone $50
cash furany watch under one hundred
years old, that was made for 11 lime
pelce, that I cannot put In perfect' or
der ut my own desk. Jah. Adcox,
Tile New Jeweller, at City Drug Store.
ProfDuvid Torbett has accepted a
position In the Collegiate Institution
ut Albany. Our people regret to loose
this very capable Instructor and excel
lent gentleman; as well us the loss of
his good family, should he move them
from our midst.
We were shown a handsome silver
wire bracelet, having 13 bangles nicely
engraved with initial und ornamental
desla:;s,such as birds, flowers and land-
scape etc. The work was nil done in
Lebanon, by .1 E Adcox, the new Jew
eller, The work Is a credit to him and
gies to support the reputation he lius
gained as a lii'st-class workman,
County Clerk Payne Issued license
last Saturday for the murriuge of W.
Hi Miiyfleld and Florence Cooper,
Jonathan Thompson and Martha E,
judder, W. W. Bailey and Kitty
' Cooley. .
A communication has been received
from this point no Iiame Is given, so
that we can not, under the rules of the
office, publish the communication.
Among other things, is stated that Mr
Jo Wallace has a fine crop, as bus also
Mr J D Lewis. Mr Gentry has been
visiting at Galtra. Mr A J Nichols
was down from Sweet Home. Mr
Fred Keivel has returned from Corval
Work done at O. E. Hardy's at 100
per cent below Eastern prices
Ill the matter of repairing the McCoy
bridge, across muddy creek; contract
let to H. M. Stone for $1.00 per foot.
John Duncan, supervisor road dis
trict No. 25; Instructed to repair
bridges ut $3 per day. ,
In the matter of building bridge
across Owl creek, us advertised; bids
opened and contract awaided to J. B.
TillotsonandG. W.Young. . .
A pair of truck wheels, owned by
the county, was ordered sold to D.
Mayers for $15.
Application of J. N. Campbell and
for county rood, granted, and bill
of $21 for expenses ordered paid.
Application of Ed wurd Adams and
Maggie McMeekln for scholarship in
State Agricultural College, not present
ing necessary recommendations. Not
The contract for keeping paupers
was let to Mrs. J. J. Davis.
Petition for a bridge on Thomas;
Creek, 2 miles from Sclo, granted,
and clerk ordered to advertise for bids.
BILLS ALLOWED. ,
O. P. Coshow, aid poor $ 10 00
G. C. Cooley aid poor . 6 00
Z. B' Moore, aid poor 10 00 ,
Ladies' Aid s'ty, aid poor 10 00
Daniel Hart, aid poor 10 00
W. E. Curl, treas. salary , ' " 38 li'i
D. It. N. Blackburn, ju's s
0. F. llussel, sell. sup. salary
N. P. Payne, clcik's fees '
JamesTiirnriilge, ac, roads
J. C. Goodalc, acc. louds t
C. Bender, acc. court house
Santiam L. Co., lumber
Cl'iison & Menzies, acc. r'ds
8. A. Dawson, acc. roads.
B. A. Irvine, acc. roads ,
E. L. Knox, acc roads
Max Fricudiy, acc. road
Justice fees ease, W, Coohcll
C. F. Hale, acc-roads
Electric lights ,
Fosliuy &Mnsou stntion'ry
Unit Bros, acc. roads
4 (15 .
18 8S '
10 00 '
John Usher, Janitor
A. Blevins, arc, rouds -..
Justice fees ease, Garden
J. P. Wallace, G. A. Whitney,
N. P, Payne, examining , in
sane J. Si. Hill, W. H. Davis, N. P.
Payne, examining liitane
J. L. Hill, M. H. Ellis, N. P,
Parne, examining Insane
P. W, Spink, ate roads
. . 8 4,t
7 f.i '
03 03 :
25 00 '
10 Oil .
15 0 I
E. T. T. Fisher, surveyor .
Mrs. E. Murray, iioind jury
E. E. Davis, ucc. nssessni't
E. C. Phelps, stationery
A. Jennings, ucc. roads :
G. W. Young, acc. roads
Albany Furn. Co,, chaliB
E. C. Jackson, aco, minis
Mrs. J. I,. Ji-wett, aid poor
F. P, Powell, aid poor
Illl. I, niHALLOWKl),
(!. D, Montague, aid poor
O, Cose, aid poor ,
Dr. 0, K. Loke, aid poor
At Marion, Saturday, there was war
among the Chinese section hands. It
was a new crew, and early this morn
ing, before they were dressed, lhc
scrape com mencedielngQver money.
Ah Pow Isln jallatHalciu, lie mivlniindrr
done the shooting. He siici.'oeded,ind"iioiiarL
shooting one countryman twli2'jrJ!orUu"u
another once. Bulfi ' Mere
wounded. , . .KD OR.