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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1889)
AUY 11, 1SS0,
EN ERA L.
v us in AUmny
". i- si C!is .f s-niRlli'ox at Aw
li'iip Nil Wis, a Eugene typo, is
,-.!r oh Tuk Exrwuss.
O n. Shaw visitca uwvnsviiie
vt iit the in ten st of The Ex-
Valttnaivh, a well known
ftntUnmn of Albany dk-d
f tjyhoiil fvver.
s of the Preshy terlan church
at he residence of Mrs.
jk last evening.
- . Mte Montcith, a lady well
Vh county, dk-d at Corvallis
vJay, ajred about CO years.
ur citizens have been
5 to attend IT. H. court at
npst week as witnesses in the
V.nil robbery case.
for the Presbyterian church
V !-.-ivd from the MeShane
Jtimore, Md.yand will '.
' tliMrfwrnTook eharsre ot
School is again In ft ilouHshlitR con
ditiou after the holidays, with all
A class in book-koepinsr has lceu or-
mtiizod, which meets Tuesday and
One of our students, Herbert Jordan,
was juite sick a few days last week,
but we are glad to see hhn able to lc
in school Again. " '
'The names of new students entered
on the list this week are Misses Lillie
Edwards, Maggie Button, Iivne An-
sorgo, Etta Settle and Ueorge Edwards.
Frank Marks has taken the contract
of publishing the tileancr, and asks
that correspondence be handed In early
lietore the space is all engajred. AY rite
on all subjects except politics, as he
proposes to run a first-class neutral
At the meeting of the E. I. S. Mon
day night the following named officers
were elected for the ensuing term of
ofliee: Pres., J. 11. Marks; Vic Pres.,
Miss May Hardy; Bee, Miss Lizzie
leid; Treas., Miss Edith McKinney;
sergeant-st-arms, t'ieo. Walton; critic,
Miss Mairgie Sutton. 'STrEXT."
. A. n. ami AV. K. C. InstaltMlon.
On last Saturday evening the officers
of John F. Miller Post O. A. H. and
i W. It. V. were publicly installed, after
which the audience was entertained
! with music and short addresses. At a
kitchen and dining room ot the j given signal, a detail of the . it. t .
'Jharlcs hotel last Saturday and is j went out foraging, and returned with
diiir it in connection with the a well-supplied commissary, and pro-
ici'fev.ni Ik; five ccl:pcs iu
c of the sun and two of the moon.
tal ocl?ise of the sun will owur on
Ljary If.th and 17th which will be
jlciutisc larger portion . f North
c x!'cn .
W. II. Wheeler, cf Indcpcnd
rfraiK" over last Friday on a short
l:s wife has Iwcn visiting here
.ft time. They returned home
'Roman letters represent ins the
SSH are M IWVCL-XXXVI I 1. It
ot mi n ire so many letters to cx
Hnv given year again until we
shipped from Lebanon 15,720
vts of poultry, as follows: Tur
" 6-563 pounds; chickens, 7030
Is; geese-, 2'XS pounds.
. Georse (iillespic, of Kewporl,
.ircTt?r;,4,-- tmvl1 a vist
reels, lie will retwmIajSMiary
nd conduct a weeks services
First rresbj-torian church,
avties kiK-wii fr thcsnsclvcs in-
to ltw will please call and set
I desire to balance up my ac
ts iff IfiSS and d' a catrh business
trtcr. . M. A. MH.IS
iiceor.nt of col-1 weather, and the
hat mneh more wrk can be ac
li.hcd in tlic sunimcr than tlic
r, tv-rk lias l?cn sup-r-ndod all
'OrcjroJi Pacific eastward from
1 cetnled at one to Issue rations to the
waiting audience, who fell to with a
will and partook of the many good
things provided by the W. R. C. The
printers were remembered with a gen
erous plate of cake. Below we print a
poem written expressly for the occa
sion by Comrade V. A. McDonald:
KF.KP YOVR CAMP FIRE BCRMXti.
Kcop your pip fire Jxirninp, boys,-
S.tiie tHrji!e, on lifi-'s rtn-ary wild,
A Jwlplfss as a little child.
Th. nation that he fmicht to m
Ftr hk-h he Ritve his better
llw-L mt his MitS-riiiB fcii't want.
Nor notes his wvnry. wandering aj-s.
K'-ep jo:r eup fire ImrnSng, boyg.
Oiir ranks are gruv.init less nnJ lss;
Soon the last tflmnub wiU be freis
Froiii want ud all uhanj'iues.
Jttil while we live ami m-sr a name
We'll cherish one another.
And e'er extend a helping hanJ
To oar aSJlHtel, suiTeriiig bmther.
Kivp yiwr camp Cre haraing. 1kvs.
Norway liie hand that feetU tne Came.
'Tm .Uhh1-i tisat win. in time of need.
'T !eeds thai foreil oiir rlor!onii name.
And as we struggled in the part
T k?:p the old fins floating free.
So let us ieave this glorious uante
1 alliel to posterity.
Kntt for PaiRj.
Elva Christian, of Eugene City, has
brought suit in the U. K. circuit court
against C. N. Scott, receiver of the
Orcconian railway, to rcvovcr S5'f0 far
the loss of her husband, who was run
over and- kilktl by the cars at
Brownsville about a year ago. The
case is now on trial at Portland. The
in i- in its avrr-ipc supplv j w-,n,p!aint alleges that Christian, who
1 ntv f.r
,s?nry pc.rp srs. Iho urfieicncy
i aver: -ko rale fall fr the past
a is 2 i;u :-, and' for the past
2.20 Indus. v
QT!iir?d and thirty Chinese V.
St was brought atmut. The
were sent i dtfense olR-r toitniony to show thr.t
jc;unt was thrown off and killed.
IjATKH. The caM! was decided Wel-
the eofriae to pull a coupling pin m
order that a flvin-r switch niight be
j made, and that while engaged in dving
S tliis ho fell ell and was run over and
killed. The accident happened in the
ha O. S. railroad, who were ; cveaiiig when it was quite dark, and
tmmTsevral- day without money I thcrvfore it i very difiieuH to prove
rount c-f the failure of the con- j-ast how
kre, J. R. Mv-s A C
"U X t'aV.ClSCO Oil uztl uiv ;ji MtH 'i:'l iinrviuci irii
'Mthorltie.' him, but got on the end of a car in-
ffy wa?s esven rt tnO rCGiuOncC ; f ii'.v vi vn iiiiiit-, uiiu i uuo
I A. II. Peterson litst Friday
which was attended by many
voansc ft'dk. The diversions of; nesday, tlie jury returning a verdict
Veiiing were ra'.wc, games, etc., 1 for the plaintiiT for $3000.
nice lunch was served, and all hw Moody ta raid.
pleasaiit time. j A great many people wonder how
annual election of SUebanon R,.v. D." Ij. Moody is paid. The Port--X.
F, A. M., held IXc. innl Ttlegram says: "It is & question
fiikwhia oH'-ccrs v. crc elected j which few can answer, because the
i next 3IaoI; year : S. O. Wal-; reverend gentleman refuses aVolutcly
,V. M.; J . A. Beard, S. V.; C. C. ; to talk on matters with representatives j
-maiL J. W".: M. A. -Miller, Hcc; ; f the pros. "The L.ord leads me, lie I
I Kaliton, Trca&; G. T.. Ctton, i feeds "me and He clothes me," said he,
j when qui-siioiicd upon Che shjei,
H. Y. Kirfcpa! rick, editor of The "and He will give me all the money I
ess, fetarted Wev'lm's-lay for Texas i want, and at any time." One cf the
sins trip. T'here i no truth j committee said to a reporter : "We are
W"crt that he goo, for the pur- ; not going to pay him a cent. He
" t 'kit: to himself a life partt;er. ! never takes pay for his work. He will
not "O to Texas i-t' ii'.au not "CTian u eui;tvmi i in; uikcii up
fr he maud- j frota his audivace. However, hia ex-
'K-nsos are paid hv us. and we intend
. . i- tf nmspnt him wstn a nurse when lie
Vc.s only kg ticket to b
i, r.t m.u'i! interest was mam
'..Followins arc the n
T At:a:vv.-f -; .co
Mrs. u. W. Itlce, Fine Millinery.
Portland has Unseed oil works in op
eration. J. R, Courtney, M. P., physician and
rugvt Hound Is called the "Mediter
ranean of America."
Sardines. In mustard at W. II. Don-
aca A Co. 's, only 15 cents per box.
"No presents" la now a fashionable
reminder on wedding Invitations.
Caracol roast coffee at W. 11. 1km
actt & Co.'a. Homethlng good. Try it.
Just received at Miller's drug btore,
one gross Red Cross Cough Cure. Try
Farmere. remember - that Joft'ih
Hush pay cash for produce, hides and
An English court has decided that
wedding presents belong to the hus
Official government statistics show
that Oregon la the healthiest State in
When you desire a pleasant physic,
try St. Patrick's Pills. They can al
ways lie depended upon, and do not
nauseate the stomach nor gripe the
bowels. For sale by M. A. Miller.
Having enlarged our business with
a complete stock cf everything kept m
a first-class furniture house, we Invite
the public to call and give us a trial.
We make a specialty of everything
kept in the undertaker's line.
FORTMII.t.ER A Ikvixo.
Scio, Jan. 8, 1S89.
Mr. Jake Martin Is visiting Mrs. K.
Miss Addle Morris was sworn In as
postmaster a few days since.
Mrs. Chas. Johnson, who has been
quite sick. Is now recovering.
Mrs. Ij. V. Lor.Bwny, of Seattle, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Dr. Martin.
Prof. L. M. Curl, County School Su
perintendent, is visiting the schools at
It is reported that there will be two
weddings in town soon. There are
several others who are half married,
that is they have their own consent.
Miss Belle Myers and Ella t!arey,
who have been home spending the
holidays here have returned to Me
Minnville where they are attending
Henry Shelton is the happy posses
ro of a 13 lb. daughter. He said he
thougnt some one had to improve the
stock and it might as well be he as
The Scio city dads who were electee!
on the low license pl.itform, for the
ensuing year, held a meeting Jan. th
and reduced the license for saloons
from &00 to 52.30. Also elected a
nightwatch, so look out for your light
fingered night gentry, lest they find a
shelter sime of these cool nights. Al
Ih plfiiiioi' lit tlio lM?j-iiiiiiiK; of tlio
your, tltmi Hint X luivo liuoii
Mtriitotl Unit I inn tlio X-,otil?i
in GoodH suttl Xri?fr4.
C'kaus of School Hooka.
The rote on the change of school
books resulted in several changes being
made, as follows: The New National
Series of Headers in place of the Inde
pendent Series ; Fish's arithmetics in
place of Ilronks'; 3-tobinsou's nlgebra
and geometry and trigonometry in
place of Brooks'; Bryant & Stratton's
Common School Book-keeping instead
of Iiyte's. Exchange rates: Headers,
free; arithmetics, 13 and SO cents; al
gebra's and geometries, 60 and 90 cents;
baok-keeping, 50 cents.
Several additional text books were
adopted which have heretofore not
licen in use, to-wit: Language Lessons
"Short Studies in English;" Num
ber Work "Piper's Seat Work ;" Spell
ing Blanks "Manson's System;"
Physical Geography "Guyot'u Ite
vised;" Advanced Grammar "Clark's
Normal;" Primary History "Ilarne's
i Primary History of the United States;"
Elementary Natural History "Teu-
I ncy s;" Asironotny "htecle s, ' Ueol-
ogy "Steele's;" Drawing " White's
Industrial Drawing ;" Composition
"Iiardccn's Sentence Making."
With me in this regard. I have walked into
popular favor, fought my way to first
place by the honest purpose hon-
estly carried out to make
Not by clap-trap and cheap Jolin baits, but uni
formly selling- at a low figure an A I grade of
goods. I have won my place and mean to
keep it. When you want the best,
ASK FOR THE LEADER
C. C. HACKLEMAN,
Successor to Andrews & Hackleman.
jrtev thi to tc
voted I leaves, probably $500. But he will not
:. i uso it for luraseli. Jle lias numer-
ITow ?rloody fll flctarpd.
The great evangelist, Dwight L.
Moody, is opp wd to having his likeness
taken lie said that he was in ree.ipt
almost daily of invitations to sit for
celebrated artists, hut had always re
fused. "One New York firm," he
sai l, "offered me the handsome sum of
85000 if I wouIJ let them photograph
me, but I refused." F. J. Catterlin,
w oncers: ' OKS charitable ir.stiiunons which he j our lively artist, yesterday sought the
.lrf.i'--iTj (constantly fceds, besides a beys'
native -ew its
'"' tinier, Jno.Hurk-lulls' school in his
?.t,lcr: '-'.cr, Geo. W. lito villago."
Arthur KwUtis; mar
Chesehtsr. ' j
i-t-nSlce de-partmetit w i'.i soon j
''. a new kind of postal card, j
linM.l'e read by itjstmistresscs, j
folds ar split diagonally and :
, .-v f-tur-palntcl star. The i
f . and joined to- ;
icr when the card is
linr, v.'ith a piece of!
lie tv to Koora Your Town
Talk about it.
Write about it.
Keep your sidewalks in good repr.i
no i iio!ed divii.o and met with no success.
but at the "afternoon meeting Trof.
Krumhc-in, the great crayon artist,
was present and succeeded in making
a perfect sketrtt all unknown to the
great Moody.' The likeness is fault
less and will at once be photographed
and put on sale by Mr. Catterlin. Call
In connection with my jewel "estab
lishment. I have added a
Fresh Candies, Nuts & Cigars.
,!w;-ivs cheer un the men that co in
for improvements. Your portion of n1 the perfect crayon tketch.-
the cost will be nothing that is not
' Salem Journal.
- crs in '
Don't kick at any proposed improve
ment becaune it is not at your own
doer or for fear that your taxes will be
, j raised fifty cents. .
4rl out Mr. Andrews Encourage strangers by making
i firm of Andrews & ; fijem feel welcome and at home, and
ivfitt collect vll cut- . when tht,y waut to hay property don't
A '.iis now due. A.U per- j afck 1nom tv, jce as mucU.s you would
please settle as soon
f.- a accounts.
to close up all
urtiiCT last Tuesday
V.rvin half block, eompris-
the property north of the
.. . rin Ktret. occupied
I . ' 1 (.f Teebler & Buhl, Ben
d CJ. T.Cotton, and I. R. Bo-
A -Veistfccr Forecast.
Prof. Blake,the great Kansas weather
prophet, (jives especial forecasts of
weather for Oregon and the eoaat. lie
pur-; s3yS our temperature for January will
le normal and the rainfall much larger
than usual; for February, colder than
usual and moderate rainfall; March,
rather cool and wet in more northern
parts. He savs for the whole United
A rtcrtRinjc Sense
Of health and strength renewed and
of ease and comfort follows the use of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts iu harmony
with nature to effectually cleanse the
svstcm when costive or bilious. For
sale in COc and fl 00 bottles by all
The candy Is lwth hand and machine
made, and is the
EVER BROUGHT TO TOWN.
... t ;ii i.n ,.,.-,.
i r tX 7 k Itlllll'MV U 11 I IV I !it' I 111' I I till-
. .er shop, also the dwelling tt fuu of snow known for many years.
--iSn V understand a large , paste these predictions in jour hat
;ted ; and see ll yru Jiiaice Kuovt s anyimng
t about it.
Y.v.g will soon be ere
HOW DOCTORS CONQUER DEATH. .
Doctor Walter K. Hammond says:
"After a long excrience I have come
to the conclusion that t wo-thirds of all
deaths from coughs, pneumonia anu
consumption, miirht be avoided if Dr.
Acker'b English Itemed y for Consump
tion were only carefully used in time."
This wonderful Remedy is sold under a
positive guarantee by J. A. Beard.
rhlfpatrhjdzc pppers should
,'-.H" fur th-iecuniary pros
: prcsK 'possess a lwculiar
L.i.-hin-' forward public pros-Icapnnt-er
Is paid promptly
etbook kept plethoric by
. 'ijng patrons, ho puts his
;aicr In . jx-ace; h:s 1 ara
' re p'ji-.i!' 1: be paii-f
Change iu Business.
All parties knowing themselves to
he indebted to the firm of Thompson
& Waters, either by note or account,
mutft come forward and settle the same
within thirty rlaim, as there is going to
be a vlrrtngc in their business.
i Thompson & Waters.
.' -Wvillcs Oi., Jtm. 1,
The Happiest Man in Town
Is the fellow who bought a nice lot of
furniture at the mammoth house of
Fortmiller & Irving, at Albany. If
you want to please your wife and make
her greet you with loving smiles, just
goanddoIikewi.se. They are honest
dealers and carry an immense stock.
My ttotk of jcTulry 1 complete; have just re
ceive;! a Mipply of
Call and inspect my goods.
G. E. HARDY.
J. L. Cowan.
J. NI. Ralston
BANK OF LEBANON
'fifties v. i-hing
xrc us a call.
lumber will do well
We have on banrt
DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER.
Knowing that a cough can be checked
in a day, and the first stages of con
sumption broken Tn trweek, we heieby
guarantee Dr. Acker's English Iltmedy
for Consumption, and will refund the
money to all who buy, take it as per
directions, and do not fid our state
ment correct. J.' A. Beabd.
A SAO STCRY.
' -'"' "The mother ran
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Account Kevt Subject to Check.
Exchange Sola on New York, San Fran
cisco, rortlsnd and Albany, Orejon,
Collection Mtde on Favorable Term.
The First Sign
Of failing health, whether in the form of
Kigkt Sweats and Nervousness, or in a
sense of General Weariness and Loss of
Appetite, should suggest the uao ol
Aycr'a Sarsaparilla. This preparation
is most effective for giving tone and
strength to the enfeebled system, pro
moting the digestion and assimilation of
food, restoring the nervous forces to
their normal condition, and for purify
ing, enriching, and vitalizing the blood.
Ten years aco niv health be can to fail.
I was troubled with a distres-siDgCooRh,
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous
ness. I tried various remedies pre
scribed by different physicians, Dut
became so weak that I could not go up
staira without stopping to rest. My
friends recommended me to try Ayer'a
Sarsaparilla, which I did, and I am now
as healthy and strong as ever. Mrs.
K. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn.
I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my
family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is
taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible disease. I have
also prescribed it as a tonic, as well as an
alterative, and must say that I honestly
believe it to be the best blood medicine
ever compounded. W. F. Fowler.M. D.,
I). D. S., Greenville, Tenn.
It would be impossible for me to de
scribe what I u0ered from Indigestion
and Headache up to the time I began
taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I was under
the care of various physicians, and tried
a. crreat manv kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more than temporary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla
lor a short time, my headache disap
peared, and my stomach performed its
duties more perfectly. To-day my
health is completely restored. Mary
Harley, Springfield, Mass.
T vnTr. tiwn f7rmtl7 benefited bv the
rompt use of Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. It
ones and invigorates the system, regu-
lAtM tha action of the digestive ana
assimilative organs, and vitalizes the
blood. It is, without doubt, the most
reliable blood purifier yet discovered.
II. I. Johnson, 383 Atlantic avenne,
Brooklyn, N. Y. tt
Ayer s Sarsaparilla,
rrepared by Dr. J.C.Aycr ft Co., Lowell, lift.
Price SI t six bottles, 55.
3n ) r, U j :rr; k hut ) ?n
IN THE YEAR
1 IL.lf 'A
Expects (o do a larger business than in any one year
of his mercantile history; and with this object in
view has made arrangements to have every depart--ment
in his. mammoth establishment replete with
fresh and desirable goods, to be sold at the lowest
The old credit system is a thing of the past, and
everybody will find that. cash or produce will secure
genuine bargains at C. B. Montague's store.
DURING THE YEAH
HE WILL PAY CASH OR MERCHANDISE
For All Kinds of Country Produce.
Wishing a happy and prosperous new year to all
of his customers, and earnestly requesting that all
who are indebted to him would make it a happy and
prosperous new year to him by making a cash re
mittance at once, lie is still the same
C. B. MONTAGUE.
T. J. l'ooljler.
PEEBLER & BUHL,
m ll Li in i
; -.-V'-V:S v-'--"V V " ' - t V' - '
Have a well-selected stock of Boots and Shoes, a
new and complete stock of Groceries and Provisions
and canned goods, m tact everything usually toiuui
in a iirst-class grocery, which we oiler at prices to,
suit the times.
Persons troubled with chronic diar
rhoea or subject to bowel eomplaiut in
any form, si.
' 1 ' rf'feT
We have decided not to carry Ladies' and Chil
dren's Shoes, and will sell out stock on hand at
actual cost for cash, uaii ana examine mem. mis
is an opportunity to get a good article cheap.
TjP T v rxw would eniov your dinner 1
WVJ ; .m-,- -k.- I
lis it iM to 'ts2i 3 uioiNM
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