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H. Y. KIRKPATRICK.I
Editor - and - Proprietor
An Eastern paper says the Din
gley bill ought to be entitled "An
act to compel those who do the
most work to pay the most taxes."
San Francisco has adopted the
anti-spitting ordinance, and now
under severe penalty, forbids spit
ting nn the sidewaks, in the street
cars and on floorB of public halls.
We do not wish to be irreverent
iu reminding those who are laud
ing McKinley'B intentions, of the
place said to he paved with good
intentions. Good intentions are
all right but it will need some sub
stantial good accomplishments to
save Mr. MoKinley und bin party
from the wrath of the people.
Coos Bay News.
Jlr.H. W. Scott, editor of thej
Oregonian, is what might be called
a "Palmer Democrat" in politics
judging from the editorials that
have lately appeared in that paper.
It is a fact to be regretted by his
many Oregon republican friends,
that so able a writer prefers the
Indianapolis platform to the St.
Louis platform. P. C. Itemizer.
Congressman Greene asked a
question about the tariff a few days
ago. He wanted to know how the
people ho could not buy the goods
made by mills now running could
buy the goods made by the mills
that are to be opened by the Ding
ley tariff? We are informed that
this question was greeted with deri
sive laughter from the republicans.
But there is nothing strange about
that. The republicans have been
giving the producers the laugh for
many years. Portland Dispatch.
Some tens of thousands of "of
fensive partisan" postmasters in
this country bless the McKinley
administration for a newly issued
order that prohibits their dismissal
except where neglect of official duty
by reaBon of "offensive partisan
ship" can be shown. But, if abroad,
conditions are like those at home
for each fullblown smile that il
luminates the mug of the '.'offen
sive partisian" dewy teardrops will,
be shed by the round dozen fellows
who want something done right
away. Corvallis Times.
As the Dingley bill is being dis
cussed oy the papers and statesmen
of the country, it is becoming more
and more apparent that it is wholly
deficient and will not meet the re
quirements of the trade, and is un
equal in its demands and unjust to
the importers. It appears to have
been drafted witb an eye singly to
the manufacturers alone, at the ex
pense of every other interest of the
country. As an improvement on
the Wilson bill it is a signal fail
ure, and will not be as beneficial
to the country as a whole in the
long run. Some of its provisions
are prohibitory, some oppressive
and nearly 11 unjust. As a tariff
maker Mr. Dingley is no improve
ment on Mr. Wilson; hp is too
radical, as much as Mr. Wilson is
lenient. They both appear to ex
treme in opposite directions.
Deafneas Cannot be Cured
by local applications, they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure deafness, anil that Is
by constitutional retnediw. Deafness is
caused by an .inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube gen inflamed yon have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirety closed deafness is the
result, and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be destroy
ed forever: nine cases nut of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflam
ed condition of the mucous snrlaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
liny cate of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cum) by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Betid for circulars, free.
F. J. CHUNKY & CO,, Toledo, 0.
Bold by Druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Hoe Cake ecap contains no free al
kali, and will not burn the hands.
WANTKO FAITHFUL MEN OR WOMEN rn
travel for resfsnisible established lioue in
Orceon. 8alarv S7S0 aud -0T-neB. Position per
manent. Kefert-nec. Incus sclr-aiiriresscd
stamped envelope. The National, Star Insurance
Kipaa Tubules cure head toh.
We Deeply Sympathise.
Mary Scott Bnrkhart was born near
St. Clalisville, Ohio, August 16, 1834,
and died, at ber home near Lebanon,
on Sunday, April 4, 1897, aged 02
years, 7 months and 18 days.
At an early age she removed with
her parents to Iowa, when- she lived
until her marriage with B. H. Burk-
hart, whloli occurred In 18134. Boou
alter this she oatue with her husband
to Oregon, and located near dpiuer, In
this county, where the resided for 12
years, and then reniovea to the ) law
now occupied by the family, at Hie foot
of Petersnu'a Butte, where she has re
aided continuously for more than 23
yean, having been a citizen of I his
community for 35 years.
As a friend and neighbor, she was
universally respected and beloved
"She was a true, uoble, good woman,"
was the verdi-it of ber neighbors.
Blie wax of a quiet, gentle dispoel
lion; rather reserved In manner, but
generous, sympathetic aud hoaplluble.
She was fond of home and lis attrac
tions, and tenderly attached to her
family. Her influence as a christian
mother is felt In the community, and
is a precious legacy to her children.
She was a true and faithful friend, a
kind neighbor, and firm and steadfast
in her religious life and character.
For the last four months she con
tended with the disease which resulted
in her death! At times she was a great
sufterer. The last lew days of ber sick
ness her sufferings were extreme.
Though, at times, she expressed anxi
ety for the Master's coming, yet she
was resigned aud patient through the
Bister Burkhart united with the M.
E. church, South, under the ministry
of Rev. T. B. White, many years ago,
and has lived a consistent aud faithful
member ever since that time.
Sue was ready and willing to go
when the summons Anally came. As
a true mother, her heart clung tender
ly to ber children, and her only regret
was the necessity of leaving them be
hind In this world of sin and sorrow
She leaves three daughters aud one
son of her own family, and seven mem
bers of ber husband's family, to whom
she seemed equally attached, to mourn
Farewell, mother: We shall see you
again in the resurrection at the last
day. J. W. C.
Entertained the Dept. President.
John F. Miller Woman's Relief
Corps had the pleasure of entertaining
the Dept. President of Oregon, Mrs.
Met'owan of Oregon City. Hhe is a very
pleasant woman aud very enthusiastic
about the grounds of the Andersonville
prison, which was given to the Na
tional W. R. C. by the Dept. of Geor
gia, ou condition that tbey would im
prove the property and keep the
grounds iu order and forever hold It as
a sacred trust in memory of the heroic
loyal men who suffered imprisonment
there. "By a vote the National Con
veiition accepted the gift and assured
the obligation required. There are
aluut 112.000 women in the W. R. C.
and they have expended $1,371,832 In
relief. May we always be found with
nur lamps trimmed and burning ready
for the responsibilities that stand
awaiting us in the future.
A. A. Hyde.
Resolutions of Condolence.
Whereas: The All Wise Ruler of
the universe haa called to Himself our
well beloved sister, Melissa Bland, lie It
Ri solved. That .Pearl Kelieckah
Lodge No. 47 extend to the family of
our deceased sister, our beartleit sym
pathies in this great sorrow: and that
we shall ever cherish ber memory as a
member of this lodge, and honor her
for those traits of character that she
manifested in the home and with those
with whom she associated iu this life;
and be it further
Resolved. That the charter be draped
for thirty days, and that a copy of
these Resolutions be presented toe
family and spread uhhi the mlnuies
and also turulsliea me local papers mr
(M. Belle Elkins,
Despite the pleadings and protesta
tions of the morally Inclined people of
Astoria, the common council, by a vote
of five to four, passed the ordinance
licensing gambling. Before the meas
ure came up for third reading and
filial passage, several petitions against
It were read. All were promptly
placed on file without comment. The
strongest petitions were from 'he
Christian ' Endeavor society and the
W. C. T. U, The council chamber was
crowded with ministers, church people
and gamblers, all anxious In see the
outcome of the much discussed meas
At Harrishurg last Saturday evening
Frank Hay, son of Jerrv Hay, in at
tempting to jump upon a freight train
fell beside the track with his right arm
across the rail, The arm was run over
crushing It in a tearful manner, so
that it was necessary to amputate it.
This was done by Drs. OeBry and
Maekey. The young man is local
agent for the O. R. & N.
Children Cry for
Maria Miller etalvs D V Miller et
al; partition; report of referees con
firmed. Assignment of Ousenne Malasi-e
final amount approved aud assignee
The I u vesture MtgeSeoy Cove Lauru
Higgius ei at; loreouwuro; Judgment by
default aud decree.
Mary A 8 Knox ot al vs H C Brlggi
e! al; suit to set aside deed; continued.
Olive Templeton vs Catherine Coch
ran etal; pluiutin" given to May 15to
amenn complaint; ouiitinuen.
DBMnuteith vs E A Parker, city
Ireusuree; injunction suit; finding Hied;
under it the treasurer will have to pay
the warrant held by the bridge compa
ny, but without the interest. .
Assignment of Clark lirog; contin
ued. Jos B Beck vs 0 C Marshall; fore
closure of mortgage; continued.
i M Moyeretal vs Alluniy Woolen
Mills Co, L Kllun receiver; claims of
laborers as filed November 6, lKUU, al
lowed as preferred claims.
Adam Grant et al vs L Fltiin, re
ceiver Albany Woolen Mill and Book
British Columbia, Interpleader; contin
ued. U A Clark vs Gen fsertllng; suit for
deed; decree for plalutllf, each party to
pay Ills costs.
A M Hyatt et al vs J L Hollida et
al; foreclosure; continued.
Pacific S 8 L 4 B Co vs Horatio Nel
son et til; present sheriff ordered to
Pacific 8 8 L & B Co vs John Isom
et al; present sheriff ordered to make
Adjourned to April 1C, at 9 a, in.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
rchiuiged Every Week.l
Oats 40 to oOo
Hay $10 to $12 pertou.
Flour $1 lS1.2o per saok
Chop $1 20 per cwt.
Bran 90c per owt.
Middlings Jl 10 per cwt
Apples Dried, 8c per It
Plums Dried, 8o.
Beef Dressed, 4 to 6o,
Pork Dretsed, 4.
Hams 12 per lb.
Hides 8c per lb.
Geese $3 50 (S) $5 per do.
Ducks $3 $4 per doz.
Chickeus $2 503 00.
Turkeys olO per lb.
Eggs 8c ier doz.
B itter 16 20c pr lb. .
nides-Green,3c; dry, 7c. ;
To Sndftville I wandered In the early part of May.
was bent on tilling a gallon Jug from the spriug
" that the poets say
"Is a fountain of rare renown."
Twill bum j-onr gullet like toe genuine at you
try to swallow it down.
To describe the place In truth unbiassed
Can't be done by a preacher, no matter how
The mountains hp speaks of are nothing bat hills,
And the showerJIIk-d gullies he designates rills.
The fields and Uh meadows and Held of grata
Take a fertile mind to see real plain.
Tall Peterson looms up brown uud mate;
By residents around it is only a bntle.
The well kept homes to be. seen in the gien
Is enchantment which only the distance can lend.
And Lebanon, the poet's busy town, is not of eyes
But buzzards they are fearful of, the town is so
And if you wish to be counted wise, the ramble
do not lake,
For the urnd about our poet's home will surely
you iiomesics maxe.
One church for u- Instead of three,
To my mind stand for economy;
And as the times are pressing hard,
One preacher is alt we can well aflbrd.
The band yes. the band is good;
They meet each weekall saw wiusl.
The doctor, he is all right, unless you are extra
Then, of course, you should go to Portland, where
hik uneion Know mom incus,
And to those who seek a quiet home, don't come
without the dough.
Far our friendship to a needing man aio' t counted
Notice is hereby given, that the under
signed administratrix of the estateof Alonzo
Ames, deceased, has Hied her final account
in said estate with the county clerk of Linn
county, Oregon, and the County Court of
said county has set the 8th day of May
1807, at the hour of ten o'clock in the fore
noon of said day, as the time, and the
County Court room of said Court, at Alba
ny, in 1 -in ii county, Oregon, as the place
for the hearing of objections to said final
account and the settlement thereof. All
parties are notified to make their objections
known, if any, to said final account and
settlement at said time and place.
Dated April the 8th, 181)7.
Hestkr Ann Amis,
Sam'l M. Gaklahd, Admrx.
Atty. for Admrx.
Xotice is hereby given, that the under
signed has been duly appointed, by the
county court of Linn county, Oregon, and
is now. the duly appointed, qualified and
acting administrator of the estate of J.J.
Kozeile, deceased. All parties having, claims
against said estate are hereby required to
present the same to the undersigned, at tin
ilavillc. Linn county, Oregon, or to Batn'l
M. Garland, at Lebanon, Linn county, Ore
gon, with proper vouchers, within six
mont'is from the 18th day of March, 18OT,
the same being the date oi the tirst publica
tion oi this notice.
Dated at Lebanon, Oregon, this 18th day
of March, 1807.
J. 8. Maiiok,
Sam'i, M. Gaiiiahd, Administrator.
Ally, for Administrator,
Send the Expkkss to your friends iu
the East for the next four mouths;
wash your white clothing with
Soap Foam, aud they will never turn
W. C..T. 0, DEPARTMENT.
Edited by tho Lebanon VV. C, T. U.
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2nd Vice Prea......
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Mm. W. A. Panders
. . . . .Mrs. Kemnner
. .Mrs, Mnssholder
..Mrs. J. N. Crandull
...MIss Alice Ambler
Mrs. Hattle Walters
Miss Llxn Booth
The meeting of the W. C. T. IT. was
postponed until Tuesday, April 13th,
when it will meet with' Mrs. Bryant,
at 2 p.m.
TKMHERANOE WIVKS OF PBRBIDKNT8
Some very remarkable women have
Illustrated Neul Dow's principles In
the last thirty years. It is not as well
known among temperance people as It
ought to lie, that Mrs. General Grant
made the first move against Intoxicat
ing liquor at the White House, she hav
ing secured its banishment from the
New Year reception of the president.
Mn, Grant wb succeeded by Mrs.
Hayes, who was an Ohio woman, and
a warm sympathizer with the Woman's
Crusade. A life-long teetotaler, she
never offered wine while at the White
House. Next came Mrs. Garfield, Mrs.
Harrison and Mrs. Cleveland, all total
ubstalners aud none furnishing wine
to their own guests, though, Inciting
tho co-operation of their husbands,
they could not prevent Its use at state
dinners ub could Mrs. Hayes, because
the president's views and practice
coincided with her own. Mrs. Mc
Kinley is well known to he a total
abstainer, so that the six wives of
presidents (President Arthur was a
widower) since 1808, have perhaps
dealt more telling blows against the
drinking habit and per consequence,
the liquor truffle than any other
women who have lived. For "where
McGregor sits Is head of the table,"
and what is dune at the White House
sets the keynote of social observances
for millions and sends lis hopeful In
fluence out Into the gn at and thought
"It Is not for kings, O Leiiuel, It Is
not for kings to drink wine," says the
beet of all books, and yet no king ever
lived who was not a wlne-blbber! But
when the people become the king,
they must hold themselves steady of
head und hand, or abdicate. I . W.
A police officer in San Francisco,
while off duly, but on a spree, shot to
death a friend of ills hi a licensed
uttloo.i in that city, lust after mid-
night, Hunday the 7lh ull. B well
pleased were the cltliens of Oakland
with saloons in general where such
deeds ure ofteii done, that on the fol
lowing day, Mondav, at its city elec
tion, with ull the morning papers re
cording tills common tragedy, the
noble saloon won overwhelmingly en
dorsed, over 6,000 people voting for it
while less than 4,01X1 voted against it.
Surely there is no accounting for
One of the best ways to got rid of the
nppetiloof chewing tobacco is to eschew
When Bahy was sick, we garo ber Castolia,
When she was a. Child, aim cried for Caatoris.
When she became Mlas, the clung to Cattorta,
When she had Children, she gate them Caatoria.
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncoiled for In the Lelianon
postolllee, fur the month ending
March 31, 18117:
(Jruwfonl, VV H
Jones, Miss Lollie
Slunnw, H F
C. A. Bmitii, P. M.
Good clothing ut a low price at
Ha.-h & llulil'e.
Art (M Itmmtm StnMVM TlejTpa
System of Uw buna body.
None eitend from the brain to mrj part
of the body and reaeb r;oriaa.
Nerval an like On-good sen aula but bard
Nerve are ted by the blood aid are therefor
Jlke It In sharacur.
Norves will b weak and eihnuited if ths
blood la thin, pala and Unpurs.
Norvee H surely be strong and stead; H
the blood la rich, red and vigorous.
Nerve and a true friend In Uood's Saraapa-
rilla because It makes rich, red blood.
Norves do their work naturally and well,
the brain Is unclouded, there are no
neuralgic pains, appetlts and dlgot.
tlon are good, wlwa you talu
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