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LEBANON, OREGON, APRIL 20,1894.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
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(ii pun in UTiooi, 9i ou per ywu.j
Tbrrw mnnihi M
ST ATE OFFICERS.
J. N. Dolph. I
John H. afjtcll,l -
Binfnr Hermann, i.CongMstman
Sylvester Penooyer,. ....... ,.Gowitnor
Georm W. MuBridf,.... Herniary of Bute
rhil Metwbu ...:.......Treasurer
E. B. McElroy, .Bnpt. Public Instruction
Frank C. Baker,..,. .....State Printer
R. 8. Bt-Bhn. I
Win. r. Lord, ! .Supreme Judgci
K. B. Bean, )
tVN Judge,...-... J.N. Duncan
K Vlerk N.P.Payne
dor,. B. E. Davla
a i.. j 4 n u U'iib..
,'fPOl oupcrwieiiuviii, ....... ... "mb
f iaurer Brie Wallace
f Asaesiior W. F. Deakins
I Surveyor . T. T. Fieher
' iCoroner,.. Frank Farrell
ConiPiiukmnn, ...... ... j JoLi; Pugn
u 4VOR....... ZITc. B.MONTAGt'E.
dl..X)KI)EH A. F. 8TOWE.
rnv VTTOKNEY 8. M. OAKLAND.
TCEANl!. - F HYDE.
UAKIHAl - - P.W.MORGAN.
A " f ED. KELI.ENBEKUEK,
I . Q. KKKI),
councilman Jy a'di:f.w's.'
G. W. Kit '
City Council meet, an the flr tni fM
Tuesday evening of each month.
LEBANON LODGE, NO. 47, 1, 0. 0. F.-MeeU
awry Saturday evening at Odd Fellow Hall, al
" -- I. W. MENZIE8, N. G.
1. II. GARLAND, Sect';.
FIAEL REBECCA LODGE, NO. 47. L 0. 0. F.-
Jleali at 1.0.0. FHatt Ant and third Wedwa-
iay evenings of each month.
MRS. Q. W. CRI'BON, N. O.
BATTIE SIMPSON, Beot'y.
UlS.No,44 A. T. A. M.-MwU
X. E. Hahmace. W. M,
T. X. MiLLBa.a.'C.
Hoffor Lodoe, No. 9S. A. O, 0. W. MeeU avery
H. Y. Kuwpataice, Rec.
on umm cm, No. . f a"00
iwm.i in a. A. K-H.ll, Lebanon,
or., everv Salurdaf evenhiit. P " ,lura
M...,,.vr..,.h month meelln 1 the third rri
l instead. All brother, of I, WHO" " Vl-
.. ,nJ Aomrl.ar II G. A. B. eorojaur
V. g. 0. Ca.. "P'
Vi. TNKV, Flnt Scjt.
SamX M. Oarund,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
John M. Somebs,
Will practia1 i the a"rt ot ,he ,ule'
F. ST OWE,
Attnm ev at Law,
' TITLE8 EXAMINED.
et aitd careful attention.
Collection, riven prom rujofiheiute., ,
omcB in oouai
ATTORNPYS - AT . ' LAW,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
J. R. WYATT,
Attorney- at - Law,
' Keftureand Cull on
' HOP'KINS BROS.,
.mi a. ini ft.-
g u I
"As old as
is the verdict
o f millions.
T" ' . lator is tie
and Kidney ,
can pin your
faith for a
on the Liver
neys. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
The Elaf of Ihw Hedldnta.
u 1 luva owd yoarHlmmoni Liver Reni-
ltor and cao c
i amacwntiouily my It U Lbe
kloe of nil liver modlolne. I oonslderlt
msaiom men m iiveir. iBo, W. JACS
ox, Taoonu, WtttA Lofton.
East and South
TEE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
Kipres tra.'n le Portland daily:
10:2s p. M.
Ar.San Frontlsro Lv
8:20 A. ll
7:00 T. '
Tha atutvj, tTMiilH StOIl El All Btaliuilfl trutll
Portland to Alban icluiv:also Taneent,
8hedd, Halaer, Harribur, Junction CHy,
Irvtiir, Kuiethe and all titatioiii Iroiu Koe
burn to Anhland Incliwira.
8:.10 a7. I Lv... Portland ...Ar.
12:46 p. a. Lv...Allany Ar.
& JOr. . I Ar...Koebur;..Lv.
12:80 r, V.
trains dally (except
8:10 A. M.
9:00 a. V.
Ar... Lebanon ...Lv.
10:21 a. a.
9:30 A. K.
3:26 r. m.
Dining Cart 'm Ogden Rou te.
Pullman Btirret Sleepkbs
Second-Clasi Bleeping Cars At
tached to all Through Trains.
Weal Hide llvllon.
BtTtti Port land add Corvau,i8.
Mail train daily (txoet Sunday):
':30 a. M. 1 Lv.,.Portlaid.Ar. I 5:35 a. .
12: Xb r.. 1 Ar.CurrallU . ,1a. 1 -.00 r. .
At Albanv and C'orvallie connect with
trains of Oregon Pacific railroad,
' Exprew train daily (excei't Sunday):
T40 fTmTi' Lv...l'ortiand ...Ar. ' 8:25 a. m.
7 :30 r. . I Ar.McMinnville Lv 5:50 a.m.
ada and Europe can be obtained at lowest
rMsn Irom I. A. Bennett, atjent, Lebanon.
K, KOEHLKK, Manager.
E P. ROGERS, A ant. G. F. 4 Pass. Agt.
St. Charles Hotel,
Comer Main and Sherman streets,
BOD THOMPSON, Proprietor.
First-Class iD all Apartments,
gftiX UutW) paid to Com-
i and IM&uz, per day, W to
rc; per v
n i li'.l)itJM From $36 to 130
Sewing BtWiiiBes tnt
yearn. Forfu'"Ber n"""""1""
on or write to E. U. wnr music awre,
Strictly Irf 't.
When It oome uTaelliog goods, Ba
ker la strictly In it. He carries a large
and well selected stock and has what
the people want, and they always find
the nrtoe to auit the times Call and
Lebanon, Or., April 16, 189i .
To mi Eoiron or ma Eira w:
I wish to use a small space in the
columns of your valuable paper In
order to reply to an article in Hie last
Issue of the Sclo Press, which stated:
"by request of Rev. Joe Waldrop, 1
ask you to correct a falsehood that Is
being circulated against hint." I shall
say nothing about the story circulated
whether true or false. But this I will
say: "My God," just tbiuk of the
Umber be gets to defend bis cause.
An old weaiao that has read nothing
in the last three years but some little
populist equib. She must be writing
through the top of her old straw hat"
that she bought in prosperous times.
The great "1 am" "Rev. Joe Waldrop"
the idea! to call an old woman to de
fend his cause, and wanting to go to
congress. I think the gentleman
would adorn that office about as well
as a two,year-old heifer would a nice
Brussels carpeted parlor. You can tell
by the cut of his hrir "he is a ladies'
man," and would be apt to make a
"mush." I think that is the reason be
has called on the old sister to defend
bis cause. My advice to the old gal is
not te spend time in writing and wast
ing ink and paper ou the great popu
list figure head, "Joe Waldrop," (but
perhaps he la a member of the wo
men's aid society.) but turn her
thoughts more heaveuward. My
advice to the office seeker If he is a
christian aud preaching is hi calling
as he clainiB it to be, is to turn his
thoughts to the si u tier and let politics
slone. The preacher tbould be Ineor
rupt According to his own theory
politics are very corrupt for the repub
lican and democrat parties were both
so corrupt the populists had to move
out of tbein. I would like to see intor
nipt timber lu the populist party.
Why it even cropped out lu their
county convention. The old woman
says if she bad a million of dollars she
would give it for the relief of the
homeless, starving, suffering humanity
In our nation for which the republican
and democrat parties are responsible."
I have always heard that "charity
begins at home" and it is my opinion
that the party holding up for a cause
so chaffy co jld spend a few of those
dollars at home and benefit their own
kids If they have any and I will guar
antee there is half a dozen barefooted
ones at borne and probably that num
ber married. Of course we know if
t-lie bad a wlilion votes she would cast
them all for the people's party, but,
thank God all she can do is just to toot
her born a little, Do you know what
the populists remind me of? It is this:
ty wjll place three boxes in a row.
Two of them are filled with apples and
one is empty. You ppk out those that
are rotten and spotted with decay aud
them in the empty box. That repreT
sent the populist party, The more
rotten one you get better. We have
thing In a nutshell When we explain
It la this way. There Is notfilpg only
the faulty ones in the populist parfy.
Kev. Joe Hotstuef.
Bishop C. 8. Hamard, 0. 0., of the
Evangelical church, will preach at
Waterloo Saturday evening April 14,
and Sunday 15, at 11 A. v., and will,
if arrangements can be made, dedicate
the church at Waterloo, He will
preach at 6odaville at 7:30 P. u. All
are cordially invited to attend.
C. N. Plowman,
United State Land Notice-
Oregon City, Oregon,
March 31, 1894.
Notice is hereby given that the ap
proved plat of the survey of township
10 South, range 7 east, has been re
ceived from the surveyor general of
Oregon, and ou May IS, 1894, at 9
o'clock A. M. of said day said plat will
be filed In this office and the land
therein embraced will be subject to
entry ou and alter said date.
RoBKBf A. Miller,
Peter Packet, Agister.
New goods at Read, Peacock & Co's.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The only Pun. Cream; of Tarts Fotvdef,-Np Ammonia, Kg Alum.
Uwd is Million of Homes 40 Ytari tba Standard.
The Linn county prohibition con
vention met at the court house In Al
bany Saturday afternoon.
It endorses the national platform,
especially the section favoring wo
man's suffrage; an Increase In the issue
of currency; the reduction of the tariff
and the ownership of the railroad and
telegraph lines by the government. It
also endorses the state ticket nomina
ted at Salem on April 4; demands the
unlimited coinage of silver; favors the
allowing of deduction for Indebtedness
in assessment of taxes; favors the re
enactment of the mortgage tax law,
and rt'alllrms the of the prohibition
party to the suppression of the evils of
the liquor traffic.
The report of the committee on nom
inations was rtad, which after some
discussion was amended. The report
was then adopted as follows:
Representatives Jos. C. Brown,
John Chance, J. M. Archibald,
County commissioner A. L. Bridge
farmer. Berlff-J. R. Cochran.
County clerk H. C. Davis.
Recorder 8. Z. Taylor.
Treasurer John Geisendorfer.
Assessor J. B. Gibherdt.
The nominations for school superin
tendent, coroner and surveyor were
referred to the county central commit
tee to be filled.
The following are the names of the
couuty central committee appointed:
Albany, J. W. Senft; East Albany, E.
W. Achesnn; Frrnklin Butte, A.T.
Powell; Orleans, B. R. Pendleton;
Price, J. M. Archibald; Syracuse, J.
W. Spaugler; Bodavllle, J. B. Gib
herdt; Shedd, J.C.Brown; Tangent,
A. L. Bridgefarmer.
BSsOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
Hall or Lebanon Lodge, 1
No. 41 A. F. ii A. H.
Lebanon, April 14, 1894.
To the Worshipful Master, Wardens
' and Brethren of Lebanon Lodge
Ka'H A. F. ft A. M.
We, your committee appointed to
draft resolutions of condolence on the
death and to the memory of our de
ceased brother and late efficient secre
tary, F. M. Miller, beg leave to report
Whereas, it has pleased the Great
Architect and Controller of the Uni
verse, before whose infinite wisdom we
most humbly bow, to peacefully re
move from bis labors here below, our
esteemed and honored brother, F. M.
Miller, who was a member of long and
good standing with us; therefore be It
Resolved, that we most deeply
mourn and regret the death of our
esteemed aud honored brother, whose
wise counsels in the lodge must be for
all time severed.
Resolved, that we reverently bow to
the mandates of the Supreme Ruler in
calling our brother from labor here
belny to rest above, aud that we ex
tend our heartfelt sympathy to the
family and friends of our deceased in
this their hour of great bereavement.
Resolved, that a page be inscribed In
our records to the memory of our de
ceased brother and that a oopy of these
resolutions be presented to the wife of
the deceased under seal of the lodge,
and that the altar be draped the urital
time and that copies of the same be
furlilted the Lebanon papers for publi
cation. M. A. Miller,
S. O. Wallace,
S. H, Meyers,
S. O. Wallace,
Secretary, pro tern.
Notice of Dissolution
Notice is hereby given that the copartner
ship heretofore existing between C. K. Pugli
and 8. 0. Wallace, under the firm name of
Pugh & Wallace, is hereby dissolved by
mutual agreement, 8. O. Wallace retiring,
C. E. Pugh retaining the entire business.
All accounts due said tirni are payable to
said C. E. Pugh, he becoming responsible
also for (he indebtedness of said lira).
I)oii(3 st the office of C. E. Pugli, Ubanon,
Or'., Feb. 24lb, 1894.
' C. E. Pireii,
8. 0. Wallace.
The Camels are Coming! Ah, ex
cuse us, the people's persecutors, we
should have said. Public orators are
tiresome, but we need some more
breeze just at present; H. W. Parker
left for Portland this week to be gone
two mouths. Come out Saturday and
hear how we have been robbed aud
never knew it. Read M. C. George on
"Greenbacks" in Oregonian April 2.
The spring showers delay house
cleaning, but gardening goes on apace.
Rev. Haiman, of Pennsylvania,
assisted by Rev, Snyder, with his
beautiful contralto voice, hold services
here last Saturday evening and Hun
day. He is "doing" the coast for two
months, hy the way, the church
resembles Sweet Home's cathedral in
the days of Samuel since it has been
decorated with a padlock.
Old Ezra keeps up his clutter, and
like Banquo's ghost, won't down; go it
Ei. some may not like your efforts,
but on our brush farms they arc law
Quiet now reigns in our village.
Some days sinceand we failed to
chronicle the happy demise a few of
our rising young men left us, to beau
tify with their lovely forms the south
ern counties of the state. Now the
others wear mourning and are keeping
shady to throw out the impression that
only the fittest survive In Waterloo;
but this cannot continue for long; here
idleness begets devilment, and we look
in our almanac for a "squall" at any
School is becoming depopulated as
many have heard the frog itr the land
(or water) and must needs go abroad
in search of employmentand spring
"gadding" soon begins.
We received a letter from Bill Nye
last week. He desires the family his
tory of a few of our citizens as he is
going to make a study of "Ancient
Chronics," whatever that is, but we
do not intend to answer as we now
have no more thau we need for popu
J. R. Carthew and family leave in a
few weeks for Alberta. We are truly
sorry to lose these estimable people.
Had it been a few others, whom it
would not be polite to name, we would
cheerfully have said "depart in peace"
as you never lived in it.
J. B. Leigli still manipulates the
tonsorial tools. It was some aspiring
competitor or some one else who said
he was going to leave us.
We never thought you were hit with
a club. Who said you were? A club
is uo more a club after It Is a broom
stick. The mumps are still abroad not in
our midst but In the school. The
under teacher has a fine a fine case of
The saloon cometh not, and the
license mounteth up until the prohi's
cannot even flnd-a drop of water to
cool their parched tongues, and the
candidate suickereth in his glee that
there Is one more town In which he
will not have to "set 'em up to the
h-hoys," but hud the worthy brother
who was cursed of the King's Evil
como to Waterloo, one bath, instead of
four, would have "fixed" him, its he
would have had 10 feet of the Kantiam
to dive through before the soda.
Wonder what Sodavlllegave for that
ad. anyway? If It la true they have no
business with two constables and a
coroner. Ponce De Leon missed a
treat by not coming to Oregon instead
of Pascua, Florida. Oregon the land
of big, red apples, big resources, big
grain, big springs, big purties, big
governor, IMia-ilur-s (lovers), big
nothings ail abiding place of the Irue
and, living C. Rank.
Admin lw tvu tor's INotitie.
Notice is hereby given Hint 1 have duly .
tiled my liual account in the matter of the
estut of Peter Welt, deceased, in thecounty
court of Linn county, Oregon, and that said
court lias set Mondiiy the 7th day ot May
1801, at the hour of o'clock r. u. of said
dlty as the time for hearing all objections to
said huai account aud the settlement of the
same; therefore all persons having any
interest in said estate or having any objec
tions to said dual account are hereby noti
fied aud required to apiieav at said time and
have such objections heard and settled by
Dated this lith day of April, 1801.
W. It. BiLYEU. Administrator.
Attorney for Administrator.
Read, Peacock & Co., received eight
cases of spring goods yesterday.
For sale, a fresh milk cow second
calf. A. E. An.sokoe,
Waterloo. P. 0.
Did you know Read, Peacock & Co.
sold 14 yds. of Outing Flannel for 11.00.
Fast colors, too.
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
At a regular meeting of John F.
Miller W. R. C, No. 15, the following
resolutions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, it has pleased the Su
preme Ruler of the Universe to remove
from our midst our late brother, F. M.
Miller, therefore be It
Resolved, that In the death of F. M.
Miller, this corps laments the loss of a
comrade who was ever ready to proffer
the hand ofaid and the voice of sym
pathy to the needy and- distressed of
the fraternity; a friend -whose endea
vors were exerted for our welfare and
Resolved, that the heartfelt sympa
thy of this corps be extended to our
sister, Mrs. F. M. Miller and her fam
ily in this their hour of bereavement.
Resolved, that these resolutions bo
Spread on the secretary's tiook, and,
that a copy be furnished each of the
Lebanon papers for publication.
Hattie A. Cruson,
Bard Times In the East.
Mr. R. A. Cross, a former resident of
Eiwe, aud who is still a property
ow iier ihere, writes from Wnynesville,
Ohio, to a friend in that city iw follows:
"Times are very hard here, yet not
nearly so bad as ill the manufacturing
and mining districts. I see by the
Eugene paper that it is about the same
in Oregon, You want to either get
that old crank Pennoyer muzzled or
killed. His letters to Cleveland have
been scattered throu gh the Eastern
papers, and have injured Oregon im
migration. Perished in the Snow.
The lost men, Downing and Weaver,
could not be found by the party of
searchers. They met a sad fate within
four miles of the Annie mine, iu a trail
made fresh by the snow shoes of the
man coming down. They aud their
guide thought they could have no
trouble In finding the mine, so they
permitted their guide to leave them,
but iu an hour a blinding snow storm
came up the most severe of the season
which lust seven days. In such a
blinding storm it was impossible for
them to see their feet. The hist truces
found by those looking for them were
where the poor men had been trump-.
Iirg around In a circle hopelessly lost
with no earthly power to save them.
The result is too sickening of which to
write, too sad and too painful to con
template. The miners In camp sub
scribed over $100 to present to the wife
of Mr. Downiug. Cottage Grove
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between Al. J.
Benjamin and I. Benjamin, under the firm
name of Benjamin Bros., is hereby dis
solved by mutual consent, I. Benjamin re
tiring, M. J. Benjamin continuing in busi
ness at the old Btand and will collect all
debts and assume all liabilities of the old
ttrm of Benjamin Bros.
Dateh, April 2, 18M.
Bv M.J. Bkkjamis.
Now Feed Store.
Notice reduction on flour and feed at
the New Feed Store, one door scv:th of
Cruson & Menzies'.
flood Champion Mill Floor, 60 cts. per sacU, cash.
Best " 60 " " '
Unm mi " per hundred.
Shorts 71) "
All delivered free to any part of the
city. Your patronago earnestly so
licited. G. W. Aldrrh.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Every Wcek.1
Hay Ji9 per ton.
Flour JO 50.75 per sack.
Chop II 00 per cwt.
Ilran 75c per cwt.
Apples Dried, Gc per U
Plums Dried, 5c.
Beef Dressed, 5c.
Pork Dressed, 5.
Hams 12J per lb.
Sides Ho per lb.
Geese $7 per doa.
Dunks 14 00 per doz.
Chlckens-l(2 753 00.
Turkeys 10c per lb.
Eggs 8c nerdoz,
Butter 20c per lb.
Hides Green, lc; i'i dry, 2c.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the firm of Pugh & Wallace
will please call and settle same at once,
and oblige, C.E. Pugh.
The first shipment of spring goods
has arrived nt Read, Peucouk & Co's.
J.K. Adcox, agent for the Albany
steuin laundry, sends wushiugs dowu
ou Tuesdays only,
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