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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1894)
LEBANON, OREGON, AUGUST 3, 1894.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Oaeyear ..,.,, .$2 00
( If paid In advauue, II flu per year.)
81 months n....HHH.n H , 1 00
Three aitiMtil ...,. ...... H AO
j. B. uoipn, ( o. ...,
Jln H. Mitchell. Senator
Hinpcr Hermann Congressman
H.vlvantnr Ponnoyer, Governor
ftfwiron W Mf-Rruli MjtfMiftnt-i, nf Mt.t
PliU Metsohan, Treasurer
E. B. McLlrnv Bunt, Public Instruction
Frank 0. Baker Statu Printer
Wm. h Lord, .Supreme Judges
It. P. ilClbll, J
Julian J. N. Duncan
Chirk v. P. Payne
Recorder,. ; E, E. Davis
Sheriff, CO. Jackson
& luiol Superintendent,.-- 0. fl. WilkM
fflsnimrer, Hrir Wallace
AwMAt(ir. W V Tonkin.
Surveyor,; E. T. T. Fierier
iioroner, f rank rarrcll
Commissioner,. . ' .. J'- K'"?baU(rh
MAYOR .C. B. MONTAGITK,
Burmmmi l? htiiwr
CITY ATTORNEY S. M. GARLAND.
TREASURER.... J. F. HYMt.
MARSHAL.... P. W. MORGAN.
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I fi. W. RICK.
CHy Council nuwti en tlie Unit and third
1 iieHOar evenings oi eocn mourn
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yj ib the verdict.
, of millions.
lulor i- tie
can pin your
fuitli for a
on the Liver
ft n d Kid
iiftvs. Trv. it
Sold by" all
Clipped From Our Exchanges
Throughout the West.
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ttfRAtiON LOIKtX, KO. 47, I, O. O. F.-Mwti
TeiT Huurair evening tu uaa ruiiowintu,
o'clock p. n.
B. M. GAKLANb, Boot'y.
J. W. MENZIE8, N. 6.
East and South
THE SHASTA RODTE
Southern Pacific Co.
Exjiresii triune Itiare Portland daily:
PEAR1.RKHEOCA IXIDCJE, NO. 47. 1. 0. 0. J".
MMIaatLO. u. FHaii nm and uiira nnini'i-
wr ereiinifn or own monto .
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' Mm HATTIE WJtlHOK, Hoofy.
Irm o UiniB, No. A. r. 4 A. M.-Meew
. Itaiarilay eranluit, on or before the full moou In
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r. a. auu.ut. aec.
ilmtor LoiKfi, No. 88. A. 0, TJ, W. Meott every
Tiakxuy eveuini at u. A. u. uau,
. G.CARRM. W.
(1VL MKHKM ClHP. No. 10- WIT Of OkXOO
' !tom iV VtT'B- Mint In Q. A. it. Hall, Lebanon,
Or., every Harurday evening, caiiept the third
Batunlay of each nonth, meetinit tlie third Frl-
eranshiid eom radon of the ti. A. R. are cordially
Invtied to uroot with the Camp.
. (I. Cash, Capt.
' At twiitT, Tm hoirt.
'' bi'v.Ki u-vr htvf Kn i l. n t m.-
MeeU on tho a! an.d h Friday of each month at
2 f. M. at U. A. K. 11 aii. itaouunt Laoy uacoa.
tmna ant uordlallv lnvfted tn attend.
A.A. HVDB,Ldy R.K.
liiH 8itl.TKJ.liaH, lJUf,T Co-
fl:lSP. H. I l,v PnrtlMitH A.
10:23 1, at. Lv..,Albiuiy..'.' "at!
10:15 A. M. Ar.San Francisco Lv
8:20 a. II.
4:23 . H.
7:00 r. .
Tim a'lwv 1,1... n
Pr,ll nltft tn A II...... .1 f
nlimln HhImiu lt,..piuKi,H. i,t.
Irvinir. Kuuene and all nUt'ione frotn Bose
Roaeborg niuil duilv: i
11:110 A. M. I Lv Port!.irl A r
12:46 P. H. Lv...Allianv Ar.
S:ip. H. Ar...Rofbure..Lv.
4:l p. K.
7:011 A. H.
trains daily (except
1:20 p. u.
0:00 A. M.
Lv...Albany Ar. j 10:21 a. m.
Ar...Lebanoii..Lv. :S0 a. k.
Lv...Albany...,,.Ar. 8:25". x.
Ar... Lebanon ...Lv. 2:89 p. h.
Dining Carton Ogden Route.
Pullman Bitfet Si.eepkrs
Second-CksB Sleenine Cars At-
trtched to all Through Traiiin.
Went Hide UlvlMlon.
Between Portunh anii Cukvai.u.
Moil train daily (except H.inrlliy):
7:80 a. M. I Lv'-JWliiiiYft Ai,i' ft.i'i
12:1ft p. X. Ar...Corvalli..Lv. 3:00 r.
Sam'l M. Oakland.
ATTORNEY-AT - LAW.
John M. Someps,
Will practice in all the couna o( the state.
" LEBANON, OREGON.
A. F. STOWF,
Attorney at Lay,
s 0oUctlonir!ven immiit and fariil attention,
Will nFiiiilliM. hi .11 thA DiilirlH urtllP HlHtn.
, OPK1CK Iff COCOTMRVa MtlOK,
ffeatherford & Wyatt,
ATTORNEYS -AT - LAW,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
W. M. SROWX,
. Dra. CmiHney & Mackey,
tysicians & Surgeons.
Calls aotented day or ohjbt.
At. Alltnnv i:,.,.,,ll:. ...:.l.
tralna of Oregon Pacific railroml.
Express traindaily (except Sunday):
4:40 P. M. I Lv.. .Portland" 'Ar! ' H- i' m
7:36 p. . I Ar.McMinnvllleLr 6:50 A. a.
THROOGH TICKETS Tl""1 t""uto
Eastern States. Can.
I oils and Europe can lie obtained at lowest
raws from I. A. Bennett, ujtent, Lebanon.
R. KOEHLEK, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS, Asst. 0. F. A Pass. Airt.
If you wish to obtain the best
iturii8 from your advertisements
the important fact that
The Lebanon Express
will give the desired rosulls, us it
Is The Best
in Linn County.
The (Heclrlc dock iiaa rachp(l Eu.
.At Honi.ner wool is sollinir t, e. fn t
cents per pound.
Two cars of cliittira bark It ft Eugene
i nurwiHy lor tlie East.
Ex)ert are goi ng.ovcr Lane county's
records tor tlio last two years.
Twenty-five men are at work in
rioneer stone quarry at Toledo.
Barley was threshed on July 13, at
me crown larm, adjoining (Jcrvala
A flouring mill with a capacity of 50
oarreis a day is going up at Silverton
Mm. Hester Tucker, a nionoernf 1RSK
uied nine miles east, of Eiicnim Tn.
nay, agea so years.
Souie think now that as much as
7,(K)0,(XK) pounds of wool will
into ine Dalles Oils season. ' -
rsuch a thing as a rattlesnake, tho
isewtiergUrapnicsays, has fiever been
Known in lamnill county.
The First National hank of Arling
ton closed its doors Tuesday. The
cashier uys depositors will be paid in
Senator Jeff Myers owns an addition
to Halcm and hub shown his public
spirit by deeding a lot to the Gorman
JuHinerans for a church they will
Professor Russell, the defaulter, is at
the head of the tailoring denartment
at the penitentiary. Dr. Sponogle la
carrying Dottles in the medical depart
The threshing outfit of J. L HuvIim
now at work on the Umatilla reserva.
lion, cuts, inresnes and sacks 60 acres
1 gram in a day.
The Albany District camp meeting
'I tne i'.vungcliMil association, will lm
held at Jefferson, Oregon, eoimrjenrinv
August 27, and continue until August
A large collection of theatrical
lumesaiia properties litis iust lieen
sold at auction according to law, by a
Corvaliis hotel man. Thev were the
ueionainra of tlie lll-staired and hadlv
starred Theater Royal combination.
Tlie Hoseburg fair will be held Sept
11, 11, 13, 14 and 15. The races are
free for all horses owned in Oregon
prior to Jan. 1, m. One-half of the
entrance fee must be paid by Sept, 1
The entire purses amount to 11,225.
The people of liuion are endeavoring
to secure the donation of the required
wm us oi acres ot land to start
sugar-bcel factory. The company
making the proposition offers a bond
of 200,000 for the faithful performance
oi its part ot the contract.
A S-jeiir-old son of Gcorje and Mag
gie Myers, of Ontario, fell into a well
Wednesday and was dead when drawn
out. Jlis father slid down the well
rope, buriiinz his slmnri Imillir i,t i,
was too lute. Whether deatli was
caused by contusion or drowning was
George Coon, aged 89 years, living
on the line between Lane and Benton
counties, has been declared InBane and
committed to the insane asylum. He
Imagines he is tlie Creator and has
charge of the gates of heaven . His
disorder is incurable and lie will prob
ably spend the remainder of his davs
in the asylum.
were on the summit, with the wheels
axle deep in snow.
The pay of the California militia
while lu actual service g as f,,linu-
Privates, 43 cents a day; corporals 60;
uue sergeants, itt; first and second
lieutenants, $4.16; captains, J5; battal
Ion adjutants. $4.44: rcrrlinentnl n,ll
tants, J5.55; majors, $fl.95; lieutenants,
5-o.au ocionels, U0: brigadier irenernl.
io.z; and general, 120.85.
A great manv events arc transnlpln
In these fast feverish days, many of
mem unexpected. But whatever else
comes to pass, one thing is sure; the
Oregon Pacific railroad will never be
sold, and will for centuries to come be
tne source of lawvera' talk and inrlroa
decisions and Corvaliis and Allxmr
pupere- comment. Welcome.
Several ofLakeview's leading society
ladiea have formed a club for horse
back riding in the bloomer costumes.
It is ; now a common thine to am
company of the streets nearly every
evening naing astride, or man-fashion.
"Whell it Comes tn mmnlnA ctvlo II
says the Examiner, "Lakeview can
show more of it to the square yard
than :ny other sage-brush town on
Congress has iust nasaed a low nf
great importance Oregon mine-owners
generally. It suspends for the year
18(14 the provisions of the revised stat
utes wnicn requiwrthat $100 per annum
of labor shall be performed or improve
ments made on each Incarnl mining
oianuuuring tne term before the issue
of patents. By filing before the nlnm
of the present year a notice that the
claimant Intends iu good faith to hold
his claim he is exempted from the
above requlremente for this year.
Two horses ranging on the mountain
at Heeeta, fell over the abrupt embank
ment into the ocean. One was killed
the other severely inlured. hut entrlna.
ted by cutting a trail sufficiently wide
or nun to walk out. The home killed
fell Into a giant fir tree ton on his
downward flight, cutting away great
uuioa-ur the tree and horse and limbs
alighting in the ocean breakers below.
It is reported that Dunsmuir snoierv
was very mnch cut up when the block
ade was broken up by the militia.
1 tie railroad men's wives irnt ruutlv
split up and called each other "scahs."
and "anarchists," as well aa casting
other slurring reflections on each
other's nerve and patriotism. The
ooys made it so miserable that hotels
would not feed "scabs" who came
along to take the place of strikers.
Beverai western Union men are
coming through the vallev from the
South putting in electric clocks. They
are in nugene and will be in Albany
probably this week. Tho clonk nre
couneoted by electrio wires with the
head office in San Francisco, and are so
arranged that they can be set from the
Head otnee, which will be done everv
day at noou which will Insure the cor
rect time at all times. The clocks are
owned by the telegraph company and
ure reuieu at one oollur a month.
A few days ago Mr. Patrick Oalln
han, father of JameB Callahan, of Al
bany, returned to that city after an
aosenoe or nearly 20 ye-rs. He left
Albany In 1874 for California and after.
ward went to Idaho, whore It WAS
reported he was killed in the mines.
His wife, who died last November.
believed him dead and his children
knew no different until his uuexpec
ted return. He has been livi Iff near
Latayette on a farm for several years.
He went on tb Corvaliis and Yaquina
to see his other children.
Receiver Clark, of the Oregon Pacific
reports that during his trip to the front
man came on the train at Niagara with
between 6,000 and 10,000 embryo sal
mon and salmon eggs taken from fish
he had killed at the narrows at that
point. He said the dam the mill com
0. B. Harding has arrived near
Monroe, Denton county, after a trip
overland, a la pioneer, from Nebraska
with a four-horse team. He broinrbt.
along his wife and child, hie brother
Charles and his mother, now 72 vears
old, They crossed the Cascades by the I Pin", T'M t,K dau thc nul11 m
Barlow route, and on .Ink- onH . 1 Pa,'y hd there is entirely washed out,
" j yet the sulmou cannot get up farther
to the 160 miles of good breeding
ground above en account of the timber
jam In the narrows. He made $3 Fri
day night selling his fish at five cents,
a pound, and f4 the day before, It
seems from this that high water in the
Columbia has helped some fish to get
into the Willamette.
jbest I loi; si. s -World's Pair.
, '!? y ,
MOST PERFrCT MADE
A pure Crape Gcam of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
The regular subscription prloe of the
Express is $1.60 a year, and the regu
lar subscription price of the Weekly
Oregonian is $1.60. Any one subscrib
ing for the Express and navlmr ma
year in advance, can get both the Ex
press and the Weekly Oregonian one
year for $2.00. All old subscriber
paying their subscriptlsns for 'jne year
in advance will be entitled to the same
THE WIFE OF "TEXAS 1ACK.
She la a Nervy and Very Talkative
Enrlght, who has been before the
Aiuany ponce for the past few weeks,
was released the other day, givlug as
ball a mortgage on some horses. After
getting out he went to the pasture and
got the horses and left, He was ar
rested in Portland and taken back to
Albany. Under the above caption the
Portland Telegram gives the following
live write-up on the subject:
John Franklin Campbell, alias En
right, alias "Texas Jack." .rmutoH
here on a disDatch from the ahod ffnf
Linn county for carelessly driving off
some norses not his own, evidently Is
rarely given an opportunity to forget
that he is a married man, His wife,
Annie, who assisted him in driving
the stock, came over from n.oi.
- - - - ,,,u VlBUip
at Sellwood last evening 'to see her
nuDoy,-' and the first thing she did
upon being admitted to his presence in
the city jail was to rake him nv th
coals for telling an East side noiieo.
man that she was not his wife. She
concluded her tirade, saying: "Frank,
I'll stick to you till you get out of this
scrape, and then I'll shake you."
Frank tried to conciliate Aunie, but
it was "no go."
After the interview Mrs. Cnmnhoii
who claims to be but 23 years of age
went into the main office ofthenentml
police station to ascertain how miieh
money had been taken from her hus
band when arrested. It was 45 cents
and as Clerk Warren was not present
to transfer the funds to her, she con
cluded to wait pending his arrival.
She is a talkative little woman, and
for a half hour's time she entertainer!
all those In the station with her pecul
iar mannerisms and tales of adventure.
She truthfully remarked:
"Frank isn't a bit nrettv. bur he ll
ao, as i say, ana he's all right. ,
'it's all a mistake about those horses
being stolen. The fact is that Frank
was arrested forstealinir some harness
up in Albany, and gave some horses to
nis oonosmen as security. They think
these "are the horses. The felloiva that.
stole the harness turned state's evi
dence to cinch my husband. Pjhaw!
I was in jail myself for six months all
about that harness, and wouldn't let
anyone go on my bends; but I froze
them out, and they let me go." ,
When she saw a .reporter taking
notes of her talk, she said;
"You think you're smart; I've got
you sized up. If you put anything in
the paper about me I'll do you up as I
did another fresh fellow the other day.
I've been In this jail before, eight or
nine years ago, for flcrhtinir. and wnnbi
lust as lief go In again for licking you,
so long as Frank'B here."
bhe wound up after relatlnor all hor
belligerent experiences bv savlnir that.
she uever would travel with a doir
again, for it's a "Jonah" to her and
Frauk, They had a dog followiug
them to Albany. Salem, and here, nnrt
each time they encountered a little
unpleasantness with the police.
While Frank Is comfortably return.
lug to Albany in the cars In charge of
an officer, Annie proposes driving the
stock back to Lebanon, whence they
came, single handed, if necessary.
We are Informed that the above wife
isAnuArnett, and she arrived heie
last baturday with the stock,
. New Spring.
Many new arrivals.
This has been a week of unusual
activity in the tamper line.
Rev. Sperry and dau jhter are here.
Mr. Clint Thomnson nmi wife or., .
uie fans view House.
Our pencil would not lust toenuim r
ate all who have become residents i f
the burg for a few days only.
' Sunday last saw another large day
in Waterloo. They came early and
stayed late. Came in droves, buggies,
wagons and a few on wheels.
The new spring Is having a fair share
of patronage, and It is too bad it can
not be got at earlier in the season.
But the next legislature will no doubt
give a part of Bro. Miller's $10,000. We
think Peanut buster had that in view
when he thought "$700 would do."
He had an idea that the rest, miirht l,o
needed to dig a few springs with.
We did not have time tn bnln n,
bridge over the falls, but we find time
to patronize it more than any five
men in town.
When yon go the spring, come early
After 8 p. m. It is given over to the
scorpion, rattlesnake hoodlums, and
the we mean the very thirsty.
The marshal should be furnishe.! u-ii'i,
a Gatling gun aud orders to shoot on
uigiits like some In the past. Such
scenes as these drive civilisation rni-
Our "ranter" has folded h IS crftririArifia
and departed. He did not accomplish
anymmg nere, at least we have seen
noeffects as yet. If anv ntlmr ,',,, n
thinks he has asure cure for an average
waienooiie, let mm bring on bis pre
scription. Come out next Sunday and see the
great magician, just from London, per
form his wonderful aerial feat, free
exhibition, but it Is a fake in the '
opinion of D. O. Little. J'
Call on is. A. Miller for grease.
The following is taken from a m l
vate letter written at Moro, in EoBtera
uregou, to friends In Lebanon, by Mrs.
I am getting a aood viuw of liWaiii
Oregon, and I tell you it Is wonderful
to a tenderfoot how thev do hero T
saw three headers In one field, each
having eight horses hitched to it. anrl
a monster machine fed by a derrick.
They never do anything by halves
here. Freight waeons. four nr flvn fa.
gether drawn by teii horses driven
witn a single line and the driver riding
a "wheeler." They have no niernv 11,1
To-day the streets and yards look aa
if they had beeu swept, but in a few
hours they will be as dusty as ever.
I uever saw such fins fields ,fu.iu.i
before. Thousands of acres aud not a
weed in it, but when it is threshed out
It is a very Door aualitv. all ahriveiiari
and not half as large as the grain at
nome. But for all that, they say It Is
You would hardly believe it if r im
you some people in this country live
in "dug-outs" in the hillsides, w.
know nothing of heat and dust at
home, and you can hardly imagine
bow a country would look without a
tree In light,
A- E. Davis for everything in the
The Census of Oregon. 1
The census of Oregon is to be taken
nextyear In accordance with the legis
lative act, passed uuder a provision of
the constitution requiring a stat
enumeration every ten years following
1806. It is the business of each ennntv
assessor to begin work on May 10, 1805
and to make out the roll in the ap
pended form. One column
legal voters, males 21 and upwards;
mates under, 21 and over 10: mlw
unuer 10; females of 18 and unwimk-
females under 18 and over 10; females
under 10; the number of acres under
cultivation; the number of bushels of
wheat raised during the preceding
yeur; the number of bushels of oats
raised; the number of bushels of rye
and bailey; tho'nuuiber of tons of hay;
the number of pounds of wool; the
number of ounces of gold dust; the
number of corn; the number of sheep;
the number of hogs; the number of
horses; the number of cattle; tlie mm .
her of pounds of tobacco; 1 lie number'
or bushels of potatoes; tlie number of
bushels of apples; the number of feet
of lumber; the number of barrels of
salmon; Hie number of baskets of oyc
ters; the number of mules; tlie iiumiii r
of pounds of Rbeeso and butter. Tim
assessor returns these rolls to the num.
ty clerk, who makes a copy of them
to be kept is Ilia office aud another to
be filed with seoretary of state.
Fifty Dollars a Day.
He is ashamed of It. This litlla
story was related a few days ago of an
Oregon politician, whose name oould
not be learned, He said he had nevir
been engaged In hut one piece of lobby
ing, and it will be the last ,mr u.
lives in fear and trembling lest It b
published and it become nuhlln Tt l
the Nemes of his life. He says he
contracted with a school book 'bouse to
travel over the state ni.ii u,n,.ir r n.
introduction of its books. His s.ilai'v
wbb to be $25 a dav
if he was sucfWHsfiil. hio natr
tt aa iu
be doubled. The books were Intro
duced and he received the stipulated
$60 a day and exneusea. Hi.t ki
of mind has been destroyed ever since.
My boy was taken with a dlseaso
resembling bloody flux, The flrst
thing I thought of was Chamberlain's
Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Two doses of It settled the matter and
cured him sound and well. Ibeartilo
recommend this remedy to all person's
suffering from a like complaint. I
will answer any inquiries regardiug It
when stamp Is inclosed. I refer to '
any oounty official as to my reliability.
Wm. Roach J. P.. Primmi r0..,kii
Co., Tenu, For sale by n. w. Suiitii,