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LEBANON, OREGON, JANUARY 14, 1897.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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Hlit month.... .
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Juliii II. Mllrliell.l
UiiiMjr Hermann iloiiureniuiaii
William P. Lord, Governor
H. It. KiiiruUI gwrntaiy of Slate
Phil Mutwhan I'ransiirer
. M. Irwl.. dnpt. Public Ii.Btruntiuti
Fl. W- Leeds Blali' Primer
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F. a. .M.inre, Hupreu (Judge.
C. K, Woolvurton.)
fii.lur ...G. I. Ilarinn
Recorder, I). F. Hardman
Clerk, C. II, MonUunie
Shcnll, M. ('. Gallic
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MCliraoiitlialliWIP.a.alO. A. K. Hill. Trail
Hunt lly Mawaliee. aro eo.dlally Invited lo
Hui.inH 8. Mil l. mi, Udv Com.
DoLlie 8AI.TMAM1I, Ijuty R. IC.
W. M. BROWN,
Attorney at Law,
"Will priifltlfie in ttll
CourlB of the Htuit;. . .
Sam'l M. Garland.
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW,
W, R BILYEU,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
The Champion Ills,
and Mill Business.
Flour and All Kindt) ol
Mill Feed Far Sale
We are prepared at all
to pay Albany prices lor
wheat tn tliose wlic store with
us. Call and get faclis and
learn farther parti'Milars,
G. W. ViLMIIClI.
II. b SIiuvi'h, Hair Cut hi Kliaaipiiii.
Kirk & Ewing's
NEXT POOH TO KT. 1 HA ULKH
1 'hildren Kindly Treated.
,il"H II i i r Drensiit)- a Specialty
East and Soulh
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
Ripnwa t,miu leave Furtl.i id daily :
li5oX"B.Tl,v.,.T,ortl'andy,,.,".Ar. 8:10a. m
12:10 A. M. IiV...AIImny.. ,.Ar. ; 4:60 A. M
11:46 A.M. I Ar.HaliFriuidHi oLv I 7 :00 P. M
The lve iml'iB ntop 1 1 E&Nt Port
Inliil, Oregon City, Wrodiiurn,
Halem, Turner, Murion. Ji'H't'rwin,
Alluuiy, Tttiijjonl, Shidd, Hulse.v,
HamHliurir. Jimclioti Cit",. Ku-
(tene, Onwwell. (lottujie Sriivo, DruiiiB
and all KtutiiniB from Bob ilttirg aoutb to
mid Inoludlng Anliliuul.
ltiwclmrg mail daily i
T:30 A. H. I l.v...l'ortlaiid .. Ar. I
12:-'6 p. . Lv...Alliany Ar.
S:20p, h. Ar...Konchir(!,. Lv. I
1:10 11. H.
1:16 r. M.
pttasoiigor trains- -daily (except
a. u. ! Lv.Alliany...
11:16 A. II
Dining Carsori 0$den Route,
Pullman Buffst .Slee181'3
Sooond-Class Sleeping Curs At
tached to all Throutr.li Trains.
West l-tldu UlvlBlon.
BKTWKBN POHTIANO AHli U'OttVAl.IiU.
Mail truln daily (except Sundiiy)
I Lv., .Portland ...Ar. I
12:15 P. M.
At Allianv and (lorvnlln connect with
trains of O. C. K. railroi (!.
Express train daily (exc ipt Btimlay):
4:46 p. M.
I,v... Portland .. Ar.
Ar.McMinnvlli i U I
THROUGH TICKETS !-;r8:l:'Vt
Eat tern Slates, Can
ada and Europe can be nbt lined at lowoat
raws from F. U. Hickok, a jent, lelianon.
R. KOICHI KR, Mannitor.
K. P. ROOHRS. Asst. 0. F. I'ass. AkI.
!nt8f!-ln Idea 5
Who can think
tltlLit tD natuiit
t)KT 'y WW J,1U woaun.
WKlttn!N & Ptlent Atti.r-
, i. VUr uw tr fi.nu yr wmt
STATE AND COAST.
Clipped from our Exchangos
Throughout the Wast.
Biiriflarii'n liavi' hi wi as common In i
WeHton as cluew liei'i", lately..
The Morning Dispatch, of The
Dulles, disi'oiilinui'd pulilli'aliou Fri
The brlilsre aeros" Hood river, to
carry the flume of (he Investment
company was completed Thursday.
W, FI. Hall, a farmer living near
Eula, In Polk county, was arrested and
fined $5 for not burying a span of
dead horses. The costs in the case
Charles Moore, of Newberg, is ar
ranging to embark in the Belgian
hare industry. He received a couple
of Belgian hares from Tangent, Linn
county, last week from the Green
Blind sluggers Is killing horses in
AWa valley. R. h. Bradley lost, tn
Benton county, his beBt team from
the disease. Other horses were affect
ed from the dtaease, and a few other
deaths are reported.
Judge Huuna has ordered the
greater part of the Medford Distilling
& Redoing Company's property,
which wa disposed of at referee's sale,
to he resold, on the ground that the
price It was sold for was too low.
The sports if Pendleton got Up a
light last Thursouy between a bear
ami t'lir Holed bear dogs belonging to
A. Despaln and Henty Thompson.
The bear was Bent ovr from west of
Hie inminialns, The fight was de
clared a draw.
The normal school at Drain be an
Us work last week, after a vacation of
11 days. The present attendance is
the largest the school has ever had,
excepting one year, There are 130 in
the normal department and about, the
me number in the training schooh
William Boone brought a curiosity
to the ofliee of (ho Toledo Times last
week. It Is a petrified foot of some
animal, which he discovered In one of
I he old s ;'l beds near Oyslt-rville.
The foot has eight claws, all of which
can lie plainly seen. In other respects
It resembles a bear'e foot.
The contractors having the work of
drilling a well at the eapitol have-at
last reached water. They went down
88tJ feet, of which 250 feet was (hrough
bedrock, when, In passing through the
latter strata, a good vein of water
whs Btmck, The water at once rose
to wllhiu 18 feet of the surface.
W. E. Walt hers w as held up by a
footpad in The J)alle last week and
ordered to give up his money. Mr.
Walthers was unarmed and submitted
to the robbers command to throw up
his hands , Fortunately he had left
his money, excepts cents, at the store,
and the robber refused to take this
Mrs. Mary Willy was arrested in
Tillamook last week, as she and her
husband were about to alart for Ohio,
charged by Alfred Williams with hav
ing forged the name of Mrs. Paul
Scurader to tut order for II. The ar
rest created quite a sensation In Tilla
mook, hut, after an investigation, the
charge was dismissed.
The Sheepmen's Union, of Gilliam
county, is being urged by the Fossil
Journal to put the bounty on coyote
senilis back to the old figures, $1 by
the union and Jl by theoounty. The
union recently voted in favor of pay
ing 60 cents and that the county
should pay 50 cents. The law does
not permit the couuty court to pay lees
A deed was filed lu the clerk's
oftloe in The Dalles recently grantiug
title to half a block In the town of
Du,fur to the United Brethren church,
and in ihe deed was a covenant that,
should the grantees sell, cause to be
sold or give away, any intoxicating
liquors on the premises, the land shall
revert to Ilia grantors. It is not pre
sumed the church oontemplateB engag
ing in the liquor traffic; however, the
grantors tool, all precau;iou to forestall
Buch an event,
A strange Btory comes from the
country north and east of Stayton a
few miles, in which It isstited that a
man named Popple was stricken
suddenly blind last week, while work-
ins In the hopflelds, says the Htayton
Mail. It Is reported that Popple
called out to his companions that he
could not see, aud was at once con
ducted to his home and medical aid
summoned. The unfortunate uinu
was apparautly stone blind. He was
taken to Han Francisco for treatment.
You can buy a nice, large arm, hand
eaivcd rocker of the Albauy Furulture
Couipauy tor (8.85.
The literary last Saturday night
was well attended. The question,
"Resolved that the works of Art are
more pleasing to the eye of man than
the works or N ilurc," was ably dis
cussed, with Thomas MeKnlgbt as
leader oj the affirmative and John
Swlnk on the negative. The decision
was lu favor of the affirmative.
The entertainment given at this
place by the school, assisted by the
literary society and the public in
general, was a success In every par
ticular. All those who took part did
well, A recitation by Jerome Mo-
Cully, of Sodavllle, was highly appre
ciated by all, and brought down the
house. He was recalled and sang
"Home, Sweet Home," with varia
tions, in which be displayed great
musical talent. Excellent recitations
by Chas. and Will Ross, and Miss
Pearl and Mastei Robert Wallace the
latter two, of Albany were also high
ly appreciated. We desire to extend
our heartiest thanks to all those out
side of the school and society who so
kinily assisted us. The proceeds of
(he nlertainment were used to finish
paying for the organ, and a nice hang
ing tlamp was 'also bought for the
school house. The school house nnd
furulture are now second to none In
the county. The organ, which cost
$06 00, was bought June 27, Km, and
through the energetic efforts of the
teacher, Miss Annie Blacklaw, and the
penuje of this district, the debt has
been entirely canceled, Great credit
is due Miss Blacklaw for her efforts lu
this direction. Observer.
The Toledo Weekly Blade.
Every intelligent family needB in
addition to their local paper, a good
national weekly. The greatest and
most widly known genera) family
newspaper Is the Toledo Weekly
Blade. For thirty yeaiB it has been a
regular visitor in eyery part of the
Union, aud Is well known at almost
every one of the 70,000 postofficea Id
the country. It is edited with refer
ence to a national ciiculation, It is a
lf.uullcan paper, but men of all poli
tics take it, beeause of its houesty and
fairness in the discussion of all public
questions. It is the favorite family
paper, with something for every mem
ber of the household. Serial stories,
poetry, wit and humor; the House
hold departmeut (host in ILe world),
Young Folks, Sunday School Lessons,
Tahnage's Heriuous, the Farmstead,
the Question Burau (which answers
questions for subsorilajrs), the NewBof
the week in complete form, and other
special features. Specimen copies
gladly sent on application, aud if you
will send us a list of addresses, we will
mail a copy to each. Only $1 a year.
If you wish to raise a club, write for
Address The Blade,
N. B. We will furnish Ihe Express
and the Blade one year for only $1.00,
This offer holds good only during the
month of January.
A Clubbing Offer.
A great many of our readers in Liui
county like to take the Weekly Oregon
lan. We have made arrangements
whereby we can furnish it at a redue
tiou from the regular price to tliost
who want both the Express and th
Oregonian. The regular price of tae
Oregouian is $1.50 per year, and ot th
Exprjjss $1 .50 wheu in advance. We
will furnish botli f r $2. per year in
advance, a saving of one dollar to the
subscriber. The Oregonian gives al'
the general news of (lie country once
week, aud the Express gives all t
local utws once a week, which will
make a most excellent news servie.
for the moderate sum of $2. per yen
Those who are at present subscribers
f the Express must pay in all arrear
ages and one year in advance to obtain
his special price.
It's lu town. Ii's the best;
Won't burn or roughen the skin;
Won't "yellow your clothes,"
You will be agreeably Burprised.
Sorry you didu't know It sooner.
Thompson's Soap Foam large pack
Measure your rooms accurately aud
bring size iu feet and inches with you.
It costs you nothing to have your car
pets sewed by hand by the Albany
Furniture Co., Albany, Oregon.
I have money to loau at 8 per cent
Interest ou good farm or personal
security, J, M. Ralston!
Maaton Block, Albany,
Baali 4 Buhl's,
-at a low price
Highest of all in Leavening
11 WSSI Powder
Petition of W H Davis et al for road,
In petition of Jos Weddle et al for
road, Thoe Morris, J Shea and A J
McClure were appointed viewers, to
meet Jan 26.
In petition of J L Nye et al for road,
same viewers as above appointed, to
meet same day.
Boundary line of road dlst 13 chang
ed as prayed for.
Road dist 7 changed aud new dist 7J
Bond of J P Galbraith, as commader
of McPherson Post, was approved.
Bill of J W Bentley for $12, acct
poor, was disallowed.
W C Riggs was appointed constable
of dist 11.
Application of E A Evans, tt al for
Bill of I B Smead, of Umatilla couu
ty, for $935.40 for indigent poor, con
tinued. The following bills were allowed:
0 B Montague
M C Gaines
D F Hardman
P G Morris
R B Montague
W E Savage, aid Cox family
W L Coon, aid Alberts
O T Lubker
RobtGilock, aid self
Mrs (j F Junkey, aid
P M Smith, aid Watson
h Coleman aud wife
Henry Meyers, aid
Jaa Larew, aid
Mr aud Mrs Bernard, aid
S 8 Morris, road sup
J Bradshaw, road sup
G A Asche, road sup
L Huber, road, sup
D F Aikins, road sup
G L GruuBbaw, road sup
E G Cox, road sup
B Cummlngs, road sup
G H Warreu, road sup
W E Githeus, road sup
D C Swan, road sup
A GuslafVon, road sup
W H Cooper, road sup
A C Buck, road Blip
C H Whitney, road sup
B E Grimes, road sup
A A Kees, road sup
J C Saltmarsh, road sup
Jode Pearl, road sup
Peter Smith, load sup
C B Tycer, road sup
E i. Pluuinier, road sup
J G Weisuer, road sup
Drawing jury, Dist 8
J S Waddle, roads
F Dawoon, poor and stationery
P Cohen, acct poor
C J Shedd, drawing Justice jury
Drawing jury, dist 2
J C Saltmarsh, roads
J O Hardiu, acct poor
J P Huhn, election and poor
W H Millholleu, roads
J 8 Smith, deputy sheriff
Wm Christenseii, roads
J B Tillotson, bridges
O P Cosliow, elections
Bicker & Sou, lumber
J C Davis, stock inspector
O P Coshow, acct poor
Arthur & Sous, roads
Sawyer Bros, lumber
Ed Meeker, roads
M C Gaines, board prisoners
M Hale, rebate tax
J A Cummiug, stationery
E T T Fisher, surveyor
W W Bailey, road
T A Riggs et al, drawing jury
Or Tel Co, miscellaneous
E E Hammack, aid Dobkins
W H Hesman, roads
Wm Fromm, rebate tax
Harrisburg Lumber Co, roads
G P Cramer, roads
May & Senders, acct poor
Judge Barton, roads
N Peck, acct poor
D C Swanu, roads
F Dawsou, acct poor aud sta
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
N B Washburn, acct poor $ 4 00
W C Farley, acct poor 50
M V Koontz, roads 9 qo
B F Ramp, acct poor 7 60
W J Willbanks, roads 5 00
A G Marshall, roads 84
P J Smiley, printing 1935
Or Tel Co, miscellaneous 50
Mury E Davie, acct poor 8 00
J P Galbraith, Indigent soldier
allowauce 10 00
T J Stephens, deputy sheriff 4 00
Jas Hunter, road sup 10 00
W A Lane, road sup 30 00
Dan McGregor, road sup 20 00
T W Swarrenger, road sup 32 00
John Biughenner, road sup 20 00
W V Robuett, road sup 5 no
D D Hackleman, road sup 40 00
John Usher, janitor 1000
O & C R R, acct poor 7 50
8 E Becker, acct poor 1 25
D E Cheadle, acct poor 2 00
T S StiteSj postage 23 00
G D Barnard, stationery 313 85
John Hammell, acct poor 75
J N Duncan, atty fees 2 20
8 P Williamson, roads 1 50
O C & E R R, roads 10 00
Stewart & 8ox, roads 5 54
Crume & Davis, roads in 41
J B Tillotson et al Green Bridge 133 34
A E Golding, roads
A M Stafford, roads
G C Cooley, roads
Lee Brown & Co, roads
8 V Hall, acct roads
G H Lawrenoe, roads
A B Hudlesoa, roads
C W Stokes, roads
Dalglelsh & Everet, roads
Sautiam Lumber Co, roads
A C Miller, roads
8 A Nickersou, roads
G M Bilyeu, roads '
IJalsey Tel Co, roads
Portland Hospital, acct poor
Elec Light Co
Alex Sumpter, loads
Mrs M F Taylor, acct poor '
O L Blakeslee, rebate tax
W T Larwood, road sup
U r Harold, " "
J E Clark, " "
John Grimes " 11
M J Mouteith, rebate tax
Inquest Roy Warren, bill
W R Hardmau, rebate tax
Albauy FuriiltuieCo, coffin
J A Fiuob, printing
J C Lyon, acct poor
Mrs E J Tate, rebate tax
John Denny, aict roads
D L Curl, ncct roads
Miller & Turner, acct poor
New subscriptions for the Weekly
Oregonian taken at this office,
All our woolen underware sold at
prices to suit the times.
Read, Peacock & Co.
You can order The Butterick Pat
terns of Read, Peacock & Co. Also
Houetou braid and other lace makers
There's more clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear as the
free alkali ruts them. Hoe Cake is
pure, and only 6 cents.
Overalls with' aprons or without, 60o
a pair at the Racket Store. Also have
just received a large amount of new
calico. Don't fail to see them.
Necessity demands that we insist ou
all those Indebted to us on subscrip
tion, or otherwise, to call aud settle ut
once. We will take wheat, oats or hay
at the highest market piices.
Read, Peacock & Co. will sell for
the next 80 duys, capes, jackets and
coats, at prices unheard of before.
Now is the time to save your money.
Cull and look over the stock.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
move the bowels gently, relieves the
cough, cures the feverish condition
and headache, making it the best aud
quickest remedy for Coughs, Colds and
LaGrlppe, Cures lu one day. "No
cure, no pay." Price, 25 cents. For
sale by N, W. Smith.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a
perfect Malarial Liver Tonic and Blood
purifier. Removes biliousness without
purging. As pleasant as Lemon Syrup,
It is as large as any dollar tonic and
retails for 50c. To get the genuine ask,
U SO 1 or Grove's,