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LEBANON, OREGON, JANUARY 30, 1896.
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Oeo, V. MBri.li ; geor,
John H, Mitchell, I ,
Mlngor Hermann Congressmen
William P. Lord, Governor
H. H. Kincald Secretory of State
Phil Motsohnu, Treasurer
li. M. Irwli Supt. Public Instruction
H. W fowls State Printer
It. 8 Moan, I
P. A. Moore, Supremo Judges.
C. 10. Woolvortou.)
J mine, J. N, Duncan
Clerk K. Needhsm
Itecordor, D. F. Hardmen
Sheriff, J. A. MoKeron
Rnhrml Huitnrihtjmtlnnt A. It. Uotharfltrit
Treasurer, P. 0. Morris
dnTnor W- F- D1''""
" irvi "" s- T' T' Vu,,m
JCroi" R.A. Javne
I , i I John Pugh
n.nnilssloners j j.M. Waters
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MAYOR R. B. MONTAGUE
RKCOUDKll W. M. BROWN
CITY ATTORNEY B. M. OAKLAND
TREASURER J. F. HYDE
MARSHAL 0. W. TAYLOR
'V. S. DALfiLElSH,
C. E. I'liOM,
J. R, MI1TH, .
N. It. HliAMAM,
City Connolt meets on tlia Ant and third
Tuosday evenings of each month.
LINN TENT, No. 7, K, 0. T, M.-Meeta to 0, A.
B. Hull on Thursday evening of eacb week.
Transient Htr KniithM are uonllally Invited to
visit tho runt meeting.
C. W. Btoisj, Com,
flONOK L01XIK, No, 38, A. O. U. W .-Meets
very ruesday evoiilna at U. A. R. Hall.
O. W. CBUSOH, M. W,
A. W. Minxs Hoc.
LlCHANON LODUK, HO. 47. I. O. 0. F.-Meeta
very Saturday evening at Odd Fellows Hall, t
'oliK3k p. m.
' A. K. DAVIS, . 0.
0. J'ETKRsON, aeet'y.
,1'KAHI.ItEHKCOA LOWE, MO. 7. 1. 0. 0, F.
tsloetsat I. U. O. F Hall ant and third Wednes
day ovontngs of eaoh month.
BAHA11 BAI.TMAKSH, X. 0.
HATTIK A. CBUSON, Deol'y.
LKBANON LODGE No, M A. F. A. M.-MeeU
Saturday evening, on or before the full moon la
aeh month, at Masonic Hall, Cw. Main and
Grout its. Sojourning brcthem oorulally Invited
X. E. Uaimacx, W. II,
8. 0. War ace. Bee.
JOHN F. MILLER W. R. C. No. 16,
meets 1st ami 3rd Fridays of each month at
S:80 p. m. Aunts B. Rssn,
Dollh E. 8ALTVAaaH, Pres.
OKN'LMK,l(IOBCAMP,No. l, Division of Ore
; ( ton, Hons of Voteroan-Meet ma. A. B. Ball,
very Batunlay evening, except tlie third
eatnruay oi euun iuuhmi, mumms
day tmitead. AU brothers of the Sous of Vet
arans and oomradeiiof the (1. A. B. are cordially
Invited to meet with the Camp.
K. 0. CASS, Capt.
A. Tmniev, First Pogt.
BINA M, WKST HIVE, NO. 1, L, 0. T, K.
Hoots an the id, 4th and nth Friday evening of
aeoh month at 140 r, . at a. A. B. Ball. Tren
lout Udy Maccabees are cordially invited to
Hattik Swah, Lady B. K.
I'oi.uk Biiaw, Lady Cum.
Sam'l M. Garjvand.
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
LEBANON, 0RX40N. .
Weatherford ft Wjatt,
ATTORN EYS - AT - LAW,
W. R BILYEU,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
W, M. MOWJf,
Dr. H. L. Parish,
PEYSI CI AN AND S UBOEOJf,
Office Id Bt. Oharlea Hotel,
- r 10:00 to 12 M A.M.
, 2:00 to 4:00 P. M.
6:30 to 7:80 P. M.
Rsildenct on Brldg Avanu.
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AH Orders Receive Prompt
ial Rates for
Satisfaction Guaranteed pr Money
J.T. HYDE, Agent,
Jtelanon. - Oreiton.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
, OF THE
Southern Pacific Co,
Expreae trains leave Portland daily:
8:60 r. m.
12:10 a. .
Lv... Albany.. Ar.
Ar.Ban Francisco Lv
7:00 P. M
The above trains stop at East Port
laud, Oregon City, YVnodburn, ftalem,
Turner, Marion, Jcft'einon, Albany,
Albany Junction, Tangent, Shedd,
Halsey, Harrlshurg, Junction Oily,
Irving, Eugene, C'mtwell, Drains and
all statiiine from Knaeburg south to
and Including Ashland.
Rosoburg mail doily :
S:S6"7i. I LvT.TPortiand ...Ar.
12:26 r. a. Lv...Alliaiiy Ar.
6;Spr-. . I Ar...Ko8nl)tirn,.Lv.
1 :16 P. M.
Local passenger trains daily (except
8:10 . St.
4:30 p. M.
0:20 P. M.
Lv... Albany Ar.
Lv... Albany Ar.
10:40 A. M.
6:60 P. M.
Dining Can on Often Route.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
Second-Claes Bleeping CarB At
tached to all Through Trains,
. West Side Division.
Bnwtix Pohilasd axd Cobvaujs.
Mall train daily (except Sunday ) :
TiM A. at. I Lv.Portland...Ar. I 6:20 a. m.
12: 14 p. M. Ar,..Corvalhi..Lv. I 1:86 p. u.
At Albany and Corvaltls oonneot witb
trains of O. 0. & K. railroad.
Express train dally (except 8unday)i
4:40 P.M. I Lv...P6rtland ,Ar. ! 8:26 A. M.
7:36 P.M. Ar.McMinnvllleLv I 6:60 A.M.
THROUGH TICKETS T0111"'" in'h'
Ida and Europe oan be obtained at lowest
rates from , V. Hlckok, aitent, Lebanon.
R, KOEHIEK, Manager.
- F. BOQERa, Asst. 0. f. A Pass. Agt,
All persons knowing tUemael ln
rjebted to me will please call ana aetue
at onoe, either by oash or a note, aa I
have sold o,t and wish to close up my
STATE AND COAST.
Clipped from our Exchanges
Throughout the West.
1 here are 888 convicts' in the pent
An original pension baa been issued
to James Price, of Albany.
The populists of Eastern Oregon talk
of Dr.O. W.King, ef Pendleton, for
The north end of the covered bridge,
about a quarter of a mile north of Eu
gene, haa fallen about Are feet.
The Weekly' World, a paper devoted
to the Interests of the colored citizens
of Portland, will make Its appearance
about Feb. 1.
Sheridan has two saloon men, and
both were arrested last week. Each
was fined $22.60 for keeping hia saloon
open on Sunday.
The Puyallup Commerce saya quite
a number of hop yards will be grubbed
up around Puyallup In the spring, if
the price does not advance by then,
The board of regents of tbe Agricul
tural college have declined the $2,600
annually appropriated by statutory
provision for the maintenance of the
Judge A. S. Bennett, of The Dalles,
and R. P. Boise, of Balem, may again
represent tbe democratic and populist
parties on tbe state ticket for judge of
f)e supreme oourt.
A small run of smelt lias riiade its
appearance in the CowliU and tha
fishermen are looking forward to tbe
time when a netful of the fish ean be
secured at one dip.
Tbe county onurt and clerk of Lin.
county have agreed that tbe clerk'a
salary shall be tbe fees be collects.
The but legislature left Lincoln county
out of tbe salary law. 4
A fine horse belonging to Walter
Hayward was run down and eaten by
coyotes near Ellensburg, Wash., last
week. Hayward saya tbe coyotes are
numerous In that vicinity. '
Tillamook was visited by another
electric storm the other day. Electrie
light poles were shattered, many lights
were burned out, and tbe telegraph
operator was knocked dowa ao4 Ms -telegraph
Tbe hanging of Charles Aeimua at
Kalama, Wash., January 81, will be
strictly private, says the Cowllti Jour.
nal, and few, if any, invitations will
be Issued. This is ln accordance with
tbe Instructions of tbe court
Mayor Furnish, of Pendleton, la
taking steps to eoforoe the law agalnstr
lliug liquor to minora, Th.e plan h)
to make out a list ot all the boys who
are ln the habit of buying liquor, and
give It to all saloon keepers.
Woodburn will soon vote upon the
subject of electric lights and water
works to be owned and operated by
the city. A canvass results In a desire
for such Improvements. It will ma
terially lessen the insurance rates.
Tbe town of Hood River, with its
population of 400 people, can boast of
13 secret societies in flourishing condi
tion, 8 churches, and tbe best public
school building In the county, and no
saloon, says the Hood Elver Glacier.
The council of Dayton has passed an
ordinance to levy a poll tax of $1 on
every male and female within the cor
porate limits, between 21 and 60 years
of age. It also ordered a 3 mill tax to
be levied on all taxable property with
in the corporate limits.
The siheme lor fusion In Taooma
between the democrats aud populists
is not as vital as it was a short
time ago, and life may leave It
entirely, as four wards out of five de
clined to endorse it at the populist
meetings last Friday ulgbt.
Beferee Woodcock has made Applica
tion to Judge Fullerton, at Corvallls,
to bave the time for the return to the
court of the final report, as to what
disposition should be made, of the pur
chase money for the Oregou Pacific,
extended until February 3d.
The slashing of rates that has been
going on between tbe boats en tbe
Hood canal route culminated Friday
in the Banier giving passengers a free
ride from Seattle to Port Gamble, tbe
other steamers, the Oeorge E. Starr
and the Delta, charging the small sunt
of 10 cents. ; j
The Maaamae have decided to make
Crater Lake the object of their annual
outing for 1896. The present plan la to
leave the railroad at Metlford and re
turn to Ashland, thus traveling one
route to the lake and another from it.
It is thought there will be from 400 to
600 people who will visit tbe lake.
A tramp wa ISm a dinner In the
himant of tha university at Eugene
, 4ky last weak, and while eatlug it
had to stand a severe cross-fire of ques
tions from the cook. After finishing
(he meal, the tramp quietly pulled
a 44-caliber revolver and chased the
eook upstairs. Tbe Register does not
say whether It was because of tbe quea-
Rons or the cooking,
Kittitas county, Wash., haa a com-
miasioner to be proud of. The Ellens-
barg Capital says: "Although Com
missioner Pitcher traveled nearly 800
miles in (omitig from Wenatcbee, and
returning to attend the meeting of the
commissioners, he put in no claim for
mileage, but imply aked for his fare.
This is economy that counts and bis
action will Iw appreciated."
'r The recent decision of Judge Han
ford, of Washington, lo the effect that
tlie Northern Pacific Ilailroad compa
ny was not ll it.le for taxes on its
unpatented lauds In that state, will
prolialily pause the Oregon & California
Rullftiad company to refuse to pay Its
taxes oil similar lands in Oregou this
j,rx says the Jackson ville Times. In
several counties they paid them last
year under protest.
4 j 1 From "Popular Kcience."
, )t hits been claimed that tobacco is
one Of the prime causes of color blind
ness. In positions where it is neces
sary to distinguish colors its use should
4Jln.ce the beginning of this century
no tower than titty-two vulcanic islands
bave risen out of the seat nineteen dis
appeared, being submerged, tbe others
remain, aud ten are now Inhabited.
It is claimed that the perfume of
flowers disappears as snort as the statQb
l(r t) petals is exhausted j and it may,
it is said, be restored by placing the
flwtrer in a solution of sugar, wheu tbe
Mutation of starch ami the emission
of fragrance will be at onoe resumed.
The latest triumph of Yankee inven
tive genius Is au India rubber fiih
worni. It Is said lo be a remarkablv
good Imitation of the common earth
worm, la indestructible, aud in actual
ase proves as alluring to the fiihes as
the genuine article.
The latest application of paper pulp
is ln the construction of artillery. The
material, when hardened, is well
suited to the purpose, being more elas
tic than metal and equally tenacious.
U is used for the body of tbe gunthe
core being nf metal, like that of an
ordinary field piece aud la wound
around witb several layers of copper,
brass or steel wire. Bars are laid
lengthwise over these, and are kept in
"In a recent Interview Dr. Cornelius
Hers declared that he would leave a
great, invention to be patented and;
developed. The gist of the Invention
is an enormous improvement In tel
egraphy, by which more than 1,000
words can be transmitted by long sub
marine cables in the same time that
twenty words can be seut now. Tbe
Invention, the doctor claimed, would
allow of cabling fifty words at a cost of
rive cents. He dwelt upon the influ
ence that tbe Invention would have
upon the newspaper of the future, and
said that be intended, jn granting
royalties, tn reserve an rights as far as
they applied to news. Tbe invention,
he said, would render submarine tele
phony aud multiplex telephony feasi
ble. . Probate Matters,
In estate of L Uerbard, application
made to sell note and mortgage.
In estate of Alonzo Ames, petition to
sell real property filed. Citation is
sued for March 2.
Tn estate of Pearl and Brandon, per
sonal property ordered sold.
In estate of W F Lillard, a minor,
final account filed and guardian dis
in estate of J F Craig, $86.50 ordered
set apart for widow anil ohlldreu.
In guardianship of Ira C and Oscar
Grlsham, Inventory filed. Real prop
erty, $1199.32; personal, $699.36.
In estate of Lewis Long, adminis
trator discharged upon full settlement.
Jn estate of Marv A Holiuan, final
bearing aet for March .
In estate of Hannah Peacock, will
filed for probate. Probable value of
personal property, $a000. Entire es
tate left to her son, W B Peacock, who
Isrppointed executor without bonds,
Money to loan. A limited amount
of money to loan ou good farm secur
ity. Call upon or write to 8. N.
Steele A Co., Albany, Oregou.
More new carpets and 6ft. and 12ft.
wide Llmnleum. Just received by the
Albany Furniture Company, Balti
more Block, Albany, Or.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
80DAVILLE NF.W8. .
Soda ville, Or., Jan. 23, '90.
We have had quite an epidemic of
sore throats and bad colds, but at the
present It la declining.
Our leading mercbaut, R. W. Fisher,
has been quite ill with ulceration of
the stomach, but hopes are now enter
tained for his recovery.
There has been quite an amount of
improvements, in town the last few
weeks In the way of sidewalks, eta
In fact, Sodaville Is on the look-up
Mr. Boyd, the photojrapherof Leba
non, has been here for some time, and
is doing quite a good business. Many
of the pretty faces of this place are be
ing spread on paper, and look better
almost than the obect Itself. Prob
ably Mr. Boyd's "Trilby" photos are
in great demand in Sodaville. Eo.
The Mineral Springs college contin
ues to galu ground in tlie addition of
students aud interest about 115 stu
dents on the roll, aud still they come.
Tbe indications are that there will be
150 by the first of March, Tha man
agement of this college under the wise
guardianship ef President Geddes is,
perhaps, not excelled in the state.
Hon. O. T. Porter, ex-U. S. marshal
of Alaska, a few eveuinga ago deliv
ered a lecture to the school, on Alaska,
which was a rare treat to all. He pic
tured out tbe magnitude and beauty of
those wonderful glaciers, Ibe minerals,
the products vegetables, grass, tim
ber, etc., aud its valuable furs and
fisheries. We did not realize the great
achelvement of Alaska to the U. S.
Until we beard Mr. Porter's address on
(bat country. But one of the most
wonderful and exciting features Is tbe
customs aud habile of the natives of
HAPPY HOME ITEMS.
Happy Home, Or., Jan. 22, '98.
A large amount of young timber was
broken down by the recent sleet storm.
A The general health lu this section la
good.' There la none of that dread
Our school has progressed nicely
under the guardianship of Miss
Baahor, of Sodaville.
Mr. Ide, who has been east of the
mountains for several months, la ex
pected home very soon,
Harry Rollins informs us that ft tbe
time of the sleet here, he was up near
Cedar Flat and there was no sleet nor
Grain looks well, although tbe great
er part was sown late. It Is gradually
growing, and unless we get a hard
freeze it will come out all right.
Rev. Norton has not as yet returned
from his trip to Sulem, Portland and
Iiood River, where he went to explain
the scriptures as viewed from his
Jas. Lane and family, who arrived
last fill from Oklahoma, have rented
Mrs. Caldwell's ranch for one year.
We welcome Mr. Lane and family,
aud hope our wet Oregon winter will
not bave a bad effect on their views of
this land of perpetual summer and
eternal winter. Bedrock.
A Clubbing Offer,
A great many of our readers Linn
county like to take the weekly Oregon
ian. We have made arrangements
whereby we can furnish it at a reduct
ion from tbe regular price to those who
want both the Express and the
Oregonian. The regular price of the
Orcgoiiiau Is $1.50 per year, and of tbe
Exi'Hksh $1.50 when in advance. We
will furnish both for $2. per year in
advauce a saving of one dollar to the
subscrlper. The Oregonian gives all
Ibe general news of the country once a
week, and the Express gives all the
local news once a week, which will
make a most excellent news service
for the moderate sum nf $2. per year.
J'hose who are at present subscribers
Uf tbe Express must pay in all arrear
ages and one year in advauce to obtain
this special price.
When you want to buy a suit of cloth
ing you will .save money by getting
Annie Blacklaw Is attending school
at Sodaville now.
Mrs. Josle Swink is waiting on her
sick mother In Lebanon.
C. N. McKnlght and wife were to
Tennessee several days ago.
Thoa. McKnisht was vlsitina- at
Knox Butte a week ago Sunday.
John Swlnk la grubbing a piece of
land, which he will prepare for Dota-
toes in the spring.
James Blacklaw and William Fronk
attended a dance at Knox Butte
Wednesday of last week.
Nellie and Helen Wallace, of Leba
non, who were atavlni at P. L. Wal
lace's during the dlptheria scare, left
tne nrst or last week for home.
Tbe dlptheria scare caused the di
rectors of the school to close it It will
be finished by Miaa Anna Blacklaw,
who will teach the spring term.
The renort has been nlronUtal
through the country that Tennessee
had several eases of dlptheria and scar
let fever, but I wish to state that it is a
Pioneer Stone Selected.
A dispatch received in Albany last
Friday, by W. F. Crosby, manager of
tbe Yaquina-San Francisco steamship
line, states that Pioueer stone bom the
quarry near Yaquina, has been select
ed for the big Union depot in San
Fraucisco at tbe toot of Market street.
The contract was awarded because the
Oregon stone stood the tests and was
considered the beat In competition
with stone from the quarries at Red
ding, Colusa and ln Colorado. About
12,000 to 15,000 tons of stone will be
used. Tbe price will be about $13 per
ton. Pioueer stone Is becoming popu
lar in San Francisco and Is declared to
be tbe best ever used In that city. As
the quarry at Pioueer is a very large
one, this promisee to become an impor-.
In the County Conrt of the State of Oregon
ior uim mjuoiv 01 una.
In the matter of the estate of I nuu
Alo.iju Ames, Deceased. ( UUUon.
To Lowell Amea. John T. Amai. Andtow
J. Ames, Joseph 8. Ames, Annie Ames,
Susan Ames, John T. Anies,Evaline Amea,
Charles Ames. Mrs. Dora Hoggs, Eden
Ames, Mrs. A. Morris, Mrs. Zillah Keeney
and Zones Ames, and to all others, known
and unknown, interested in said estate,
; In the name of the State of Oregon, you
are hereby cited aud required to appear in
the County Court of the Stateof Oregon, for
the County of Linn, at the court room there
of, at Albany, in the county of Linn, on
Monday, the 2nd day of March, 1896, at one
o'clock in the afternoon of that day, then
and there to show caiiBe, if any exist, why
au order of sale should not be made author
ising Hester Ann Ames, administratrix of
said estate, to sell the real property belong-'
ing to said estate aud described as follows,
Beginning tn the north-east quarter of
Section 31, Tp. 13 8., It. 1 B., Will. Mer.,
(2at) two hundred and twenty-three feet
west of the south-east corner of Lowell
Ames, Jr., Donation Land Claim, Not. No.
7618, and Claim No. 47, in said Tp., and
running thence west 81 feet; thence south,
16 degrees east, 6 86-100 chains; thence
north, 74 degrees east, 60 feet ; thence north,
lO.degrees west, direct to the place of be
ginning, containing acre, more or less,
situate in Linn County, Oregon; and
Also beginning 711 H feet north, SO degrees
E., of the south-west corner of a piece of
land sold and conveyed unto M. Q. Moss
by Hugh Harris, and running thence N.,
80 degrees K., 70 feet; thence N 10 degrees
W., 129 feet; thence 8., 80 decrees W., 70
feet; thence S., 10 degrees E., 126 feet to the
place of beginning, containing acre more
or less, all situate in Section 32, Tp. 13 8.,
It. 1. E., Will. Mer., in Linn County, Ore
gon. Witness, the Hon. J. N. Duncan,
Judge of the County Court ol the
t , ui State of Oregon, for the County of
I ( Linn, with the Seal of said Court
affiled, this 0th day of Jan'y, A.
Attest; N. Nixohau, Clerk. ByF. M.
Have you seen the new line of drees
goods at the Racket store, All wool
serges, put up at the factory in dress
patterns. Bright and new goods at re
duced prices. Have also received
many other new goods, such as dress
flannels, casai meres. A large lot of
outings. Remnants of oassimere, boys'
suits, overalls, men's boots and shoes,
ladies' shoes, plain and needle toe,
umbrellas, ourliug Irons, cultlery.and
spoons, (nice spoons for loo and up.)
A new Slid fine line of corsets, corset
steels, dress stays, ladies hose and
men's socks, yarn, cotton-batting,
table linen and towels. These are all
new goods direct from NewYork, and
sold at thf lowest poselbls sash basis,