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LEBANON, OREGON, JULY 9, 1896.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
,'lf paid In advance, II Super rot?.)
Tiircie atom ha... .
0i. W. Mrllriilw
J.iIiii H. Mitchell,!
William P. bird,..
B, It. Kincaiil
, ., , .Vongrcsamai
......Arli)Crelary or Slali
O. M. Irwin
H. W. Leeds
K. 8 Itoan,
F. A. Noore,
0. K. VYoolverlon,
pjnpt. Public limtmctloi
i State Printer
ludfjc,.., J. N. Duncan
Recorder, I). F. Hardman
Clerk ., V. Keedhart'
Sheriff, J. 4. McJerou
School Buperiiitenileiit, A. It. Rutherford
W. F. Doakini
E. T. T. Fisher
....R. A. Javne
t John Piich
1 J. M. Waters
MAYOR ...R. B. MOHTACU'
RECORDER ....-.W. M. BROWN
CITY ATT0RNEY.,...8. M. GARLAND
TREASURER.... .. J. F. HYDE
MARSHAL.. G. W. TAYIXJR
fN. 8. DALGLEISH,
J. K. pliOH.
OOBJiOlLMEN a' I'M ph KEY,
J. R. SMITH,
IN. R. 1ILAMAN.
Cltj- Council nieeta an the Ant and third
Tuesday evening! ol each month.
IMS TKNT, No. 7, K. 0. T. M.-Meols In 0. A.
B. Hall on Thunder eventiut of each week.
Traiutent Sir ICnutbts are cordlallr Invited to
visit the Tent meetinf .
C. W. Stoker, Com,
Oao. W. BlCF, B. K.
HONOH LODGE, No. St, A. 0. 0, W.-HeeU
ererr ruead.v evening at 0. A. B. Ball.
H. Y. KuutnTeicE, M. W
J. r. Bros, Bee.
LRBANON LODOK. NO. 47. I, 0. 0. K.-Meetl
every Baturday evenlug at Odd Fellows Hall, at
o'clook p. m.
A. E. BAVI8, N. Q.
W. C. PETERSON, Sect y.
PKAJtl. REBECCA WDOE, NO. . I. 0. 0. P.
Veeti at I. 0. 0. T Hall on and third Wednea-
day evening of each month.
BAKAII UAl.TMAIMH, N. G
HATT1E A.CKDUON. Seot'y.
LEBANON L01X)E No, 44 A. F. A A. Sl.-MeeU
fiatunlay eveuhis. on or before the full moon In
each month, at Masonic Hall, Cor. Main and
Grant eta. Hojottrnlng hrethern eoroial))- iorlled
J. Wtl, W. M
. I. HAXiuca, lee.
JOHN F. MILLER W. R. C. No. 16.
meett 1st and 3rd Fridays of eanli month t
2:80 p.m. Ahkie B. Reed,
Dolus K. 8altvamh, Pro.
GEN'L MKIUOB CAMP, No. 1, CIvMon of Ore
gon, Sons of Yeteraena Meet in 0. A. B. Hall,
every Saturday evening, exoept the thud
daturday of each month, meeting the third Pri
day instead. All brothers of the Sons of Vet
erans and oomradesof the G, A. B. are cordially
Invited to meet with the Camp.
A. Boslab, Capt.
n. 0. STt'Ut, First Begl.
B1NA U. WEST HIVE, NO. 1, I. 0. T, M.
Mecttontheal, 4th aud 1th Friday evening of
each month at 7: M. at 0. A. B. Hall. Tran
sient lady Maecahoes are cordially Invited to
Hiiumh 8. M.IU.EB, Lady Com.
Bouts Balaiuih, Lady B. K.
Sam'l M. Garland.
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and Bravest CHILLS
aud rEVER, ualari
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BAD BREATH I
Nothing it k tmplesAwnt, nothing w comnvm
u bad breath, And ID nearly every case It comet
from the ttomach. nd can beio easily corrected
ytmwill ttke biHUOKii Liven Rkaulator,
Do not neelact to eecure a reniedv fur ihia t-.
pttlilve disorder. It will alto improvo your
pptlt, complexion and general health.
How many tnffer torture day after day, malt
tof life a burden and robbing existence of all
pleasure, owing to the secret suffering from
Flies. et relief 1s ready to the hand of ilmost
any one who will use systematically the remedy
that has permanently cured thousands. SIM
Honi Livcit Kegulator Is no drastic, violent
purge, but a gentle assistant to nature.
SHOULD not be regarded as a
trifling ailmentin fact, nature
demands the utmnit rtruWllv nf
the bowels, and any deviation
from this demand paves the way
often to serious danger. It li
quit as necessary to remove
impure accumulations from tht
bowels as It le to eat or sleep, and
no health can be expected where
ft costive habit f body prevails.
SICK HEADACHE I
This dlstressinsr afflict. m iwvvri mnAi
quvouT. i ne niaiuTDancaoi tut stomach, aris-
iaib 11 mi. in imperieciiy aigestea comenti
causes a severe pain in the head. accomiwnie
With disarreeabla nauiea. and this, crmat itnta..
what Is popularly known as Sick Headache; for
the relief of which Take Simmons Livu
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Express trains leave Portland daily :
:S0 P. M.
:10 A. H.
Lv... Portland, Ar.
The above trains stiiont East Port-
Innd, Oresron (Mty, WmMlburn. Salem.
Turner', Marion, Jefferson, Albany,
many junction, 'tangent, Btietiii,
alsey, Harrlsliurir. Junction Cltv.
Irvlnir, Eusrene. Creswell. Drains and
all stations from Kouehurg south to
ana including Asnisnu.
Roseburg mail -daily:
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trnhn daily (except
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Dining Carton Ogden Route.
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West Side Division.
Bctwkii Portland asp Corvallib.
Mail train daily except Sunday):
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12:16 P. . Ar...Corvullis..Lv. I 1:36 P.
At Albanv and Corvallts connect with
trains of 0. C. & K. railroad.
Exprcs. train dally (except Sunday):
4:40 P. M. I Lv... Portland ...Ar. j
7:86p. m. lAr.Mt:MinnvilleLv I
8:25 a. m
THRODGH TICKETS To " 'K"nt8 ,n the
.asierii oiuiea. vnu
ada and Europe can be obtained at lowest
rates from F. U. Hickok, agent, Lebanon.
K, KUEHLEK, Manager.
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STATE AND COAST;
Clipped from our Exchanges
' Throughout the West !
Throughout the West "
Several of the farmers around Coi
vallls are of the opinion ttmf the recent
hot weather has killed the grain aplli
Constable Dan Linton arrested Dt t
wood Taylor, at Elk Prairie, In Lane
county, Wednesday, for killing deer
out of season. '
Wednesday 10 tons of salmon wcrs
handled at tbe Herrick cannery, ai
The Dalles, nnd 305 cases were put up.
Thursday about five toM; were; re
The Oregon Press Association wilt
hold Its annual meeting in Portland
about B' teiutwr 1. An Interesting
programme is already prepared.
Wool from Wallowa count v Is arrlv."
ing at Elgin at the rate of 240 bales a
duy, and the warehouse Is being well
Ailed. Bttyeis are on the ground, hut
few sales are being made.
H. P. Hayes, the Fall Creek school
teacher, u ho was sent to the peniten
tiary for one year from Lane county,
on the charge of seduction, has been
pardoned out, and Is now at Junction.
Clarence F. Jewett, secretary of the
Pacific Investment Corrpany, has
sklppel from Portland His shortage
to banks and other creditors is ai 000.
He stood high in social and business
Frank Snalght was arrested at Al
bany, Friday, on a charge of stealing
1100 worth of woul from May & Ben
ders, of Harrisburg. He wus exam
ined and lodged in Jail in default of
1300 bonds, to await the action of the
Samuel G. Wortman bad lust re
turned from a day's work in the hay
flVId, near Monmouth, last Moudny,
when he suddenly threw up his hands
and fell, dying almost linmedialelv.,
The attending physician said death
was caused by heart disease.
The Roseliurg Pialndealer says: "It
is aid misery love company; The !
editor of the I laiudealer has beeu in
diclel by the grand jury for the publi
cation oi unenus matter, it is some
what consoling, however, to know
that In our distress both of the pro
prli tor of the Review have also beeu
Indicted for a like offeuse, vizi slander
ing D. R. Shnmbrook and James Bully
during the campaign."
Lee Mourbousc has been appointed
clerk of the supreme court, at Pendle
ton, succeeding Henry J. Bean, who
resigned to take the office to which he
was elected, that of district attorney
for the sixth judicial district. Hereto
fore, the position of clerk has been
held by attorneys, the last three in
cumbents being Mr. Beau, Judge J. A.
Lowell, then a practicing attorney,
and T. G. Hailey.
Last Wednesday the men at the
Coburg mill commenced banking 4,-
000,000 feet of logs up the McKenzie.
It will require about 10 days to com
plete the banking and (hen it will
take about 16 days more to make the
run down to the mill. The owner of
the mill has, on the Mohawk, about
500,000 feet which will be brought
own as soon as the stage of water will
Maver Coheu, of San Francisco, and
Miss Hiuda Ureenburg were to be
married in San Jose a few days ago.
When the wedding hour arrived
Coheu failed to appear, and a sensa
tion was the result. Where was Mayer?
It was oonjected (hat be might have
committed suicide; but he had not.
He had skipped for Oregon's congenial
clime, and Friday evening gave him
self up in Salem,
The family of John Heiltnan, resid
ing near Damascus in Multnomah
county, was poisoned last week by
strychnine being placed ill tbe well.
The father, mother and four children
partook of the poison, but under the
care of a phyalclaii all were growing
better except one boy, a lad of twelve
years, who, at last accounts was
dying. Mo cause can be Assigned for
the despicable deed.
The 15-year old girl of John Ham
mer aud two other girls, were crossing
the O. C. E. bridge, at Albany,
Thursday, when the Hammer gill be
come dizzy when near tbe edge of the
bridge nnd fell through tbe trestle to
he ground below, a distance of about
20 feet. She fell feet first, striking up
right, but falling in heap. One of
her arms was broken, and she was
badly injured. It ii not yet known
whether there were any Internal in-
juries, bat it is thought not,
It is a
great wonder she was not killed.
Ail ineu were not made of duel.
Dust settles sometimes, and there are
lots of men who never do. When a
otnau waliee uj) bar wiid to uwcyi
man, there in no escape for him except
to marry aome other woman. The law
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cannot be too severe on doctors who
! "UV"U9 mciiicmc to improve the ap.
I ruilitu Tl In k.J ....... ... at
I""1" in iiniu ciiuuicii iinwf miles
ior a man lo satisfy ibe appetite he
has, much less a greater ope.
A torest fire has been raging In the
tluiiity of Detroit, caused by a settler
carelessly setting lire lo some hrusl
he wished to dispose of. It is thought
that, unless checked by rain, huudreds
ot acres of fine timber will be destroyed
In consequcB v. A strict enforcement
of the law might cause settlers aud
others to be more careful in the future
about utting out fire, In a dry place,
says the Sclo Press.
Word has come down from upper
Evans Cteek district of a rich strike
ou the TJmpqua divide, uear the head
of Salt Creek, a tributary of Evans
Creek, Charles Raymond and R. 8i
Radford, two enterprising young ruin- j
ers of Southern Oregon, have dis
covered a large porphyry reef whhh
shows up rich In free gold, and which;
to all reports, will run up from $200 to
1500 A ton. The parties claim to be
geimig irom a cran to jo cents a
mortar. Considerable excitement pre
vails in the district.
The immigration rooms in Albany
are liecnhiing quite a museum, and arc,
attracting considerable attention. In1
one window is a collection of Indian
relics, skulls, etc. A jawbone to so!
enormous that it will go outside the.
jawbone of nn average man. Mortars,
arrowheads, stone Implement, etc.,
are displayed. One skull was found
in Albany by a man while digging in
a garden a year. or two ago, . A eollec
ttoit of birds' eggs was made by on.
Albany boy, w(io robbed nests around
the city. "...
The Ner CounryOfficers.
The nerfenuuty officers took their
seals yestcrflay, Col C. B. Montague
is' uow installed as Linn county's
clerk, wilh his son R. B Montague as
his deputy. Mr.. Needham, tlie re
tiring clerk, will remain In tuouffl
few weeks. In the sheriff's office Hfr.
t'olcy Oaitis has assumed eliargesttrith
JlrA Luelliiig sa deputy--Judge Bar
t-ni is locking after probate matters
and county bridges, and Mr. Richmnnd
Wheeler is getting acquainted with
the teachers and the mliiutja of the
school superintendent's ofBye.i Mr. B.
A. Stafford will not assume the duties
of the assessors office until January.
He expects to retain his residence in
Halsey. The coroner, Mr. C. F.
Wright will, it is understood, also re
tain his residence at Harrisburg.
County Recorder D. F. Hardmnn,
Treasurer P. G, Morris and Surveyor
E T .T. Fisher.the three county officers
who were fortunate enough to be re
elected, are serenely attending to busi
ness as usual Herald
A Fearful Act.
Wednesday a tragic cutting affair
took place at Lake Lablsh, north of
Salem. It seems P. J. Beatty had
employed Wm. McCoimnck to dig a
well for him, nnd not being satisfied
with the way the work was done, went
after McCortnack, who was working at
a neighbors to do It over, McCortnack
agreed to do so hut wanted to finish
some work upon which he was then
engaged before doing so. To this
Beatty objected and the dispute be
coming heated Beatty drew a knife
and cut McCortnack across the abdo
men, making a gash 18 Inches long,
stabbed him in the left breast and also
in the face. McCormack, who has a
wife, was taken to the hospital In Sa
lem and will likely waver, though
fearfully wounded. Herald.
After the Millers.
Some time since the farmers in the
vicinity ot Harriabtii'g met and pro
ceeded to take action against the flour
ing mills that have entered a combine
to reduce the amtuiut of flour given for
a bushel from 40 pounds to ,14 pounds,
and to ascertain and offer patronage to
those mills which had not entered the
combine. More recently the farmers
of Lane county met In Eugene for tbe
same purpose and adopted strong reso
lutions ou the subject, anil appointed a
committee of imminent elllzeus to
look up the miittir. They seem lobe
In decided earnest in the matter. i
Death of Mrs. Hill.
Mis. Clyde Hill died at her home iu
The Dalles last night, after an illness
of only a few days. She L-uves a hus
band and baby. Mrs. Hill was a young
woman of excellent character, whose
death will be generally regretted by
her friends In Albany. The bereaved
husband will have the sympathy of ail
Groceries quality excelleut
Wwesait Bstoh A SmUJ'i.
Highest of all in Leavening
TENNESSEE HAPPENINGS. '
The youug folks of this place were
all at Waterloo on the Fourth.
Miss Daisy Wood of this place anil
Mr. I. N. Warnock, of Wallowa county,
Or., were married In Albany lust
Saturday, July 4. They left Ini
medlately for Easteru Oregon. ' !
Tennessee vs Lebanon, ' On the
diamond at this place the Lebanon,
and Tennessee base ball clubs crossed
bats and made a very Interesting game
for those tltut b okeil on. The game)
was exciting all I li rough and at the
close or nine inning the score stood
Tennessee 10, Lebanon 9.' They will
meet here again uext Sunday, j
As a result of the labors of the
young folks here, a fine organ
is the property pf this district.
Tho.way in which so much money!
was collecle.l together for Ibe orgati(
is astonishing for such a small neigh-l
borbood. April 11th from the bosket
social was realized $11.25; from the
masquerade social $10.95: from the
CMdy stand $14.50; from subscriptions;
l.i)0; making a total of $47.10 which;
was paid down and the rest will he!
paid soon, ($22).
Rev. Baltimore preached at I he
school bouse lost Sunday.
James Blacklaw .has been working
at Mr. Wileys saw mill for the past;
month. He was. at home on the.
Fourth. " !
The Ten Virgins.
Wednesday evening the Salvation
army was out hi full force.( There
were ten women dressed in white,
currying lanterns, in representation of
the "Pen Virgins." It may bj of
interest to some to know that In
Christ's time ten virgius, five of whom
were wise and live foolish, look their
lanterns and awaited the coming of
the "Bridegroom." The wise virgins
had oil iu their lumps, aii Uiey were
trimmed and burning, while the lamps
of the foolish maidens lucked oil uu.l
consequently did not bum. The com
mon interpretation of this passage ot
the Bible is that the bridegroom was
Christ, while the virgius were the
churches, so to speak. The brldegruum
tarried and the Intervene wus devote J
to sleep by the virgins. After a time
the cry of "Behold the bridegroom
Cometh," was raised; then there wus u
commotion among the girls !o prepair
their lamps, and those who had no oil,
and were consequently foolish, tried
to beg some of the wiser virgins. Full
ing it) this, they went to buy some and
in the meantime the bridegroom ap
peared und the wise ones were ushered
In (presumably in Heaven) aud the
door looked. When the foolish virgins
had prepaired their lamps and knocked
at the door, begging admittance, Christ
exclaimed, "Verily I say unto you, I
know you not. The women of Cor
vallls and vicinity who represented l
the "Ten Virgins" may eomp'lnient
themselves that tiey mude a good
Street appearance In their white garbs,
but will they agree on which five of
litem are to he denied enlrauce to
Heaven? Here conies the "sticker"
the foolish virgins whose lumps were
not burning failed to gain admittance
to the Kingdom of Heaven. Corvallls
A Clubbing Offer.
A great many of our readers In Linn
county like to take the Weekly Oregon
lun. We have made arrungeiueuts
whereby we can furnish It at a reduc
tion from the regular price to those
who want both the ExPBfSa and the
Oregonian. The regular price of the
Oregonian Is $1.50 per year, and of the
ExPHKSS $1.60 when in advance. Wo
will furnish both fir (ft pop year in
advance, a saving of one dollur to the
subscriber. The Oregonian gives all
the general news of the country once a
week, and the Expups gives all the
local news once a week, which will
make a most excellent nons service
for the moderate sum of $2. per year.
Those who are at present subscribers
ef the ExI'KKts must pay iu all arrear
age and one year in advance to obtain
ll)is special price,
New subscriptions for the Weekly
Oregobiati taken at this ofjol,
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
SWBET HOME ITEMS. '
Born, Thursday, June 26, to the wife
of Levi MeQueen, of Foster, a nine'
pound girl. Mother and babe doing :
well, but no hope are entertained for
the father. ' ...
Mr. Amos Harner and wife, Mrs.
Doty and Miss Mayfleld have Just re
turned from the Babtlst AsS Kjiatlon
in Benton county! . 11
Mr. Garret Humeri's hauling lumber
fora new house, -i ; .
Mr. Ed. Blgbee went to Albany last :
Sunday.' t , n t ..,..
Mrs. Z. P. Thompson is slowly re
covering rrom a spell of sickness,
Mrs. Cooper Is quite II). "
Quite a n umber of Pleasant Valley.
Ites attended the celebration at Waterloo-
Mrs. Lowell . Ames, Mrs. Geo.
Rowell, Mrs. Davis and Mr. and Mrs.
Geo, Keene are at the Kitson Springs.
' ' , 1 ' Pambv' Blossom.
At the family residence near the
Calapoola bridge, from blood poison
lug, on Friday, July 3, .1890, Mrs. E.
L. Gilbert, after a short illness. The
deceased was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Briggs, and was but a few
days over 20 years of age, being born
in Albany, May 4, 1876. She was a
bright and most esteemed young lady,
of most excellent character, and a
graduate of Albany public schools In
low. Her death will be greatly
lamented. The funeral will take nlace
from tbe residence ot Mr; W. R, Gra- -
bam ou Sunday at 2 P. M. Herald. '
SEASIDE EXCURSION TICKETS
Summer excursion tickets, good to
return until October lOtn, to YaquJna
Bay, are now ou gale by the Oregon
Central & Eastern R. Rt at Albany
und Corvallls at the usual reduced
lutes, viz: ; , . j .;j
Albany to Yuquimt and return $1 60
Corvallls " " " 8 25
In this connection arrangements
have been made whereby the tug
"Resolute" has been placed in reeular
service between Yaquina and Newport
for the accommodation of excursionist-.
The "Resolute" is one of the largest
and most commodious tugs on the
Pacific coast and will take fishing par
ties to sea and return whenever desired,
the weather permitting.
Begiuuing with Suuday, June 21st,
aud on each succeeding Sunday, a
special excursion train will leave
Albany at 7 A. M,, Corvallls 7:30 A. M
arriving ut Yaquina at 11:15 A. M.
Returning, boat leaves Newport at 630
P.M.' Train leaves Yaquina at 7 p. m.,
arriving at Corvallla at 10 p. M. and
Albany at 10:30 P, M.
Fare, good on this train onlv. from
""'"1"1'' Mbaty and Philomath to
.,.-iuiauii rciqrtl, 9X.OU.
Corvalijb, June 17, 1896.
H. L Waldkw : H. B. Lowhah.
Agent, Albany. Agent, Corvallls.
Straw hats! straw hala!! from S to
50o tit the Racket Store. Lace curtains
JO ctB., $1, and f 1.25 per pair. Eight
sK)ols of best thread for 25o, 3 forlOq.
If the photos you have made by
Tinkle nt Boyd's Gallery are not satis
factory you need not pay for them.
Ladies' Sleeveless Vests.
5c, 7c, 10c, 12c, 15c,
19c and up.
The New York Cash
Albany - ohkoon