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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1889)
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nod at B.iSi'iii
. .U1, of Sht'dda, wm in town
!. Mlchavl is reported to be
Tiller la studying medicine
svitH lr. Courtney.
J. A. Robert iJ eW rking iu C. C
Mrs. Jjw. Davidson ia visiting frieiida
In Albany th fa week.
J. t. Cherry, the Albany foundry
rnan, was In Lebanon ou Monday on
We are sorry to learn Uat Evan
" Oosler iu!lerinK from a bad form f
Hjohn McCrilkr, recently from
looking at the country
-..id may locate,
Messrs. J, Wassom, It. It. Humphrey
,d V. J. Guy aun family were In Al
xij oa. Monday.
?rof. Lanjrsford is advertised to give
, concert at Sweet Home on the even
ing of January 25.
E. U. Will and Austin Rutherford,
Albany, were registered at the St.
4c3 hotel on Tuesday.
viaitlng the family of liis
"lirkpatriek has returned
w h etVi-cicd without th lay by thciloc
t.on of Jo. Simon, of Multnomah, as
president of the senate, id K. .
B'.uith, of Wasco, speaker of the liouw.
The members all seem to Ik? at their
post and are ready to nerve their, con
stituents to the beat of their ability;
The introduction of bills and resolu
tions occupied the moat of the week.
Twenty-five bills were introduced in
the senate and 48 in the house The
most important, perhaps, are the ones
by Harrington for the exemption of
homestead of eighty acres from forced
sale under any process of law, except
for taxes or purchase mouey; ami by
North rup for the amendment of regis
tration laws. We will give a summa
ry of all enactments, from week to
week, such as will interest our readers.
Mle, where he has been
. acted meeting.
iiau tweny-seven yersocs
ised to the small-pox from
t Amity la Yamhill county.
uncil meets next Tuesday
vhen the iiew city officers
Vorn iu and enter upon their
l accounts due me must be
p y the last of January or I will
place them in the hands of an attorney
for collection. T. C. Teebler.
The sociable given by the ladies of
the Presbyterian church at Mrs.
Houck'8 last Thursday evening was a
success iu every particular. The re
ceipts were $ 11.
Readers of this paper can save mcn
y by calling on Deyoe & Robson, of
pJete stock of all kinds of hardware
and agricultural implements on this
Mr. A. ErvFiipair-oM resident of
this place, hsfe been in town several
days this week. He Is now living at
Murray, Idaho, where he fs engaged
in the shoe business and is interested
Chaa. T. Ingram, an old and highly
respected i-itizen of Albanj-, died at
his home in that city Monday morn
ing, after a lingering illness of eonie
time, rspidly following his wife, who
died about three weeks ago.
Last Friday evening Mrs. Hindman
tendered the young folks a party, the
occasion being her birthday. Al! pr
it "report having had a most enjoya
Ma time. The evening wts pasrod in
conversation, games and music
fJiL-Klrang, a Minnesota farm
r, is here looking for a location, desir
ing a milder climate than that of Min
nesota. He hss come to the right
place, and we hope he will find a farm
to suit him. He made this offlce a
John Williams, proprietor of the Re
vere House saloon at Albany, while
Valking along a street of that city last
Sunday, bv Ideuly placed his right
hand to his heart and dropped to the
sidewalk a corpse. Heart disease was
the cause of d- ath.
Winter is donning her royal robes :
to-day. She ha3 been playing coquet
ry with Oregon, but now she shakes
her hoary locks ai d comes in the maj
esty of state. Rain and snow are hold
ing a high carnival, and as they de
scend are converted into ice.
Tine Lif dies Aid Society of the M. E.
Church gave a sociable at the resi
;'eSfMr.R8. Roberts last Tues
day evening. It w as well attended
r d all enjoyed a pleasant evening.
The receipts were f 10. The ladies have
our thanks for a plate of nice cake.
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents, m Seio, on the 12th day of ;
January, 1889, Mr. O. B. Cyrus and
Miss Emma Morris, Rev. J. W. Osburn
officiating. The groom is the son of
Hon. Wm. Cyrus and the bride is the
"daughter of J. S. Morris, Scio's success
ful d ruggist and Nasby Th e Exrsiss
The West Shore for January is an
unusually interesting number. It con
tains as a supplement a large picture
of the Hotel Portland, the magnificent
hotel now almost completed in that
city. Among the many illustrations
re pictures of the new suspension
bridge at Oregon City, the new Pres
byterian church and the new Jewish
synagogue at Portland.
Our old friend and fellow-townsman,
Mr. 3en Donaca, after an absence of
eight months at Centerville, Umatilia
county, has returned to his old home
and has resumed his old place in the
poular store of W. B. Donaca. Ben
lias a host of warm friends, who wel
come his return. He brings back a
precious little jewel to brighten his
There is some difference of opinion
about the proposed repeal of the law
protecting the China pheasants. Sme
farmers assert that they are very de
structive to grain and gardens and are
becoming a nuisance. Others say
that they do more good than harm by
eating worms and inwecU that injure
crops. It is very certain that they are
a very prolific bird and are increaslug
rapidly although large numbers of
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nii ui are much, uespneuieisw, iiiey j
are a very handsome and savory game j nausvate
bird, and in moderate numbers ate a
very valuable acquisition to the game
tf the country. But ca they increase
very much more rapidly than any oth
er game bird in the state and are very
numerous in the Willamette valley,
we do not see why they should lie pro
tected any more than any other game
bird, that is, during the close season.
Off the Track.
Monday moruinn about 9 o'clock a
train on the narrow guage road run
ning from Cibnrg to Portland, met
with an accideut which fortunately
resulted in no injury to passengers or
Uamage to the ears. The train had
reached a point within a mile and a
half of Scio, when three of the passtn
ger conches left the track. Oae of the
coaches turned over on its side and the
passengers were well shaken up,
though none sustaiued injmies. The
other two cars remained vpright. The
derailment was caused by ths spread
ing of the track. At the time the ac
cident occurred the train was moving
at a moderate rate of speed. Had it
teen moving rapidly the accident might
have resulted much more seriously.
As it was, all consider themselves very
fortunate in escaping as they did, for,
beyond a little jolting and a bad scare,
no damage was done.
Arrested for ISfgramy.
Inst Monday II. H. "v'olrath enter
ed a -complaint in J.'fetice Luckcy's;
court charging W. L. Coshow with the i
crime of bigamy. Ou Wednesday Mr. i
Coshow appeared for examination, j
represented by attorneys J. F. Moore
and J. ?C. Duncan, the prosecution be
ing conducted ly (ieo. W. Barnes.
After hearing the evidence, Justice
JLuckey held the defendant iu $010
bonds to appear before the next grand
jurjv The c::se arosz from C.osuow
having married Volratls divorced
wife withiu six months after he (Co-
show) had obtained a divorce from bis
former wife. - Mrs. Voirath obtained
a divorce at the last spring terra of
Circuit Court, and Mrs. Coshow at the!
fell term in October, after which they
were soon married. Ochoco Review.
Mr. Coshow is a former resident of
- "Mr. U.W. Ri.v, Ei'uv -J.
S. Couitn'ey, M. I).f 'phj Birta.. .....j
Sardines in mustard at W. B. Don
aca & Co. '8, only 15 cents per box,
Caracol roast coif ee at Wx B. Don
aca & Co. 'a. Bonn-thing good. Try it.
Just received at Miller's drusr ktore.
one gross Red ChS Cottgi Cure. Try
Fanners-, remember that Joseph
Bush pay cash for produce, hides and
There was an eclipse of the morn
Wednesday evening which lasted from
seven to half past ten. It wss a giand
spot t ide.
A girl was recently born in Ni w
York with seven lotiguest A girl with
one tongue will talk most men crazy,
let alone one with seven.
At a sociable We won't slay shut
up in a room where there is no one
but girls; we'll jump out the window
if we can't get out any other waj
ijsiycar wss tne raort prosperous
in the hNtory of California. The pres
ent population is estimated at 1.400
000, many counties having doubled
and eveu trebled their population.
When you desire a pleasant physic,
try St. Patrick's Pills. They can al
ways be depended upon, and do not
the stomach not gripe the
yc5ftr lltim tlirit I litiV3 liiioii
Htiitccl tlitit 1 1 mi tli3 Ientlcst
in O'OutlM ttiicl PrioeH.
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bowels. For sale by M. A. Miller
Parties wishing lumber will do well
to give us a call. We have on hand
over 15000 feet of fencing lumber.
Coshow A Cablk.
Grant couutv has the most horses
and mules of any county in Oregon,
16,825. It also leads In cattle,-with
47,113. Crook county is ahead in
sheep, with 21,738. Iane county U
in the lead for porkers, having 7625.
About one hundred of Penn'r's lead
ing business men have arranged to at
tend the inaugural ceremonies in regv
latioti cowboy costume, accompanied
by a regular cowboy band. The lead
er will beat time with a six shooter.
One firra in Feattle has spent $3?,
000 in advertising that city the prat
year and expect to spend that much
more this year. People are arriving
there from the East by the thousands
and real ettate id rising in prica all the
Only think nearly C0.CO0 people
stttled iu Oregon in 1SS, and every
section of the State ha been greatly
benefitted thereby. The immigration
will be moro than doubled in 1S89.
Surely there is a brilliant future for
Having enlarged cur business with
a complete stock of everything kept in
a first-class furniture house, we invite
the puolic to call and give us a trial.
We make a specialty of everything
kept in the undertaker's line.
FORTMII.LER A IKYING
School etill progresses nicely, but
items are scarce.
The meeting of the literary sovlety
Monday night was very interesting.
Let us have as larg an attendance as
possible and have a useful as well as an
f njoyable time.
We enjoyed calls this week from 8.
A. Devaney and J. M. Masks. Are
these all the friends we have."
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
Nol by claD-trao and cheats John baits, hut uni
formly selling at a low figrure an A 1 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.
McMinnville is now the county seat
of Yamhill county. It has a populi-
iHe i,o!it. j tion of about aR, and is well located
The potato market of .San Francisco, I r5c, fertile valley. The new
which took a sudden drop about a i C0"" bouse, when finished, will cost
mouth ago, is Baid to be looking up I about 165,000. They have also a new
ciiy scnooi ouuuing mat ooss tiu.uuu.
consiaeraoiy. l ne fail in prices was
caused by the rush of Oregon products
to that market, and in consequence of
the glut, half of those who6hipped lost
by the transaction. Some of the ship
ments actually rotted before a disposi
tion could be made of them. One j
farmer in the interior, who sent about i
500 sacks to the bay city, found himself
out about ten cents per sack when set
tling up time came. Telegram.
The Democrat says those who ship
ped from Albany made by the trans
Mrs. Rounds, a lady evangelist of
the Bocitty of Friends, will commence
a series of meetings in tne Cumber-
The town has suffered terribly by fire
and stnall-pox pests this year; but there
is vim and pluck in her citizens and a
general air of business and improve
ment. The Baptists have an exot-l.'cnt
college here, well managed; we are
sorrp that the attendance is so email
and that a debt still hangs over the
building; the friends ot Christian edu
cation should hang by the school.
There is one of the best mills in the
state here, doing a capitat line of work.
Four churches iu all, blest with excel
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Col. W. K. Nelson, of Brooklvn,
came home one evening, fetlinsr a pe-
t j n u . - ?. , T t i culiar tightness in the chest. Before
land Presbyterian Church of Lebanon , tril tr. Hm- lno brt-Hih
. 1. i ... 1 r . t. T l : ! . ' . . ... o.
u.t uic isi ouimaj 01 iicai liiouin. xius
lady Is a native of Ohio, wns educated
nt the College of fne Friends and i in
every way worthy of confidence and
Christian sympathy. She is earnest.
persuasive and captivating. We had
the pleasure of hearing her 18 years
ago in N. C, wild caii cheerfully com
mend her to the god people of Leba
non and community.
Ship for Vaqntna.
The Iron Age, in tpeaking of the
ship building interests along the Dela
ware, says: "Col. F. Eggerton Hogg,
of the Oregon Pacific,- also needs
two iron ships for the trade between
San Francisco and the Vaquina bay."
This shows that Col. Itogjj is not dis
heartened by the loss of the Yaquina
Bay and proposes to increase the num
berof steamers to. ply between those
two sea ports.
Kntltled to the Best.
All are entitled to the best that their
Messrs. jj- Anarews, a. . iyrus
and J. A. Xiamberson have been in at
tendance at U. S. Court at Portland as
Witnesses in the Janeway mail robbery
ease. This case has already cost the
government about $2000, but they go it
on th principle, "Millions for prose
cution, but not one cent for thieves."
It ia a poor fool that fools with this
Married, at the Xtuss House, Albany,
January 14, at 9 o'clock p. la., by the
2t?rv. J. R. Klrkpatrick, Dr. Wm. C.
is'egus and Mrs. Maria 2. Niles, both
.rties late of New York State. Dr.
was an old bachelor and was a long
Taking a choice, but has surely
uck in leisure." He is an old
ed Union soldier, a gallan t pa-
-cholarly gentleman and an
it physician and surgeon. His
ft is an accomplished lady and well
clirthy of the gallant doctor. Sunshine
f',r thvir path.
should have, at once, a bottle of the
best family remedy, Fyrupof Tigs, to
cleanse the system when costive or
billious. For sale in COc and 1.00 bot
tles by all leading druggists.
Having bought out Mr. Andrews'
Interest in the firm of Andrews &
Hackleman, I desire to collect all out
standing accounts how due. All per
nons knowing themselves indebted to
the late firm will please settle as soon
as possible. I desire to close up all
last year's accounts.
C. C. Hacklem AX.
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to me will please call and set
tle, as I desire to balance up my ac
counts of 1888 and do a cash business
hereafter. M. A. Miller.
Be enterprising, think of new ways
to build up the town and put them in
but found it almost iwwsible. He suf
fered four days from pneumonia, and
the doctors gave him up. Dr. Acker's
Kneiish Itemed y for Consumption
saved him and he ia well to-day. Sold
by J. A. Beard.
ChSBK In KuilnrM.
AH parties knowing themselves to
be indebted to the firm of Thompson
& Waters, either by note or account,
must come forward and settle the same
within thirty days, as there is going to
be a change in their business.
Thompson & Wateks.
Brownsville, Oi., Jan. 1, 1389.
TERRIBLE FOREWARN I NO 8.
Cough in the morning:, hurried or
difficult breathing, raising phlegm
lightness in the chest, quickened pulse,
chilliness in the evening or sweats at
night, all or any of these things are
the first stages of consumption. Dr.
Acker's Knglish Remedy for Consump
tion will cure these fearful symptoms,
and is sold under apcwUivc guarantee
by J. A; Beard.
The Happtent Man In Ton
Is the fellow who boujrht a nice lot of
furniture at the mttiiimoth house of
Fortmiller & Irvimr, at Albany. If
you want to please your wife and make
her greet you with loving smiles, just
go and do likewise. They are honest
dealers and carry an immense stock.
First a cold, then a cough, then con
sumption, then death. "I took Dr.
AcKer's JMiglisli ltemeoy iort-onsump-tlon
the moment I began to cough,
and I believe it saved my life."-i Wal
ter N. Wallace, Washington. Bold
by J. A. Beard.
8H6 IS "GRATEFUL."
"I saved the life of my little girl by
a prompt use of Dr. Acker's English
Iiehledy for Consumption." Mks,
Wm. V. HakrimAJt, New York. Bold
by J." A. Beard.
Persons troubled with chronic diar
rhoea or subicct to bowel complaint In
any form, 6hould try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Many chronic cases that had resisted
all other treatment have been cured by
it. For sale by M, A. Miller.
The anarchists end WH-islists are i;r-j
ganiiing fcunday-sch.'ols iu Chicago
not to teach religion, but to inculcate
the peculiar doctrines of the fanatics!
wno are seeking the destruction t-f eo-J
eiety. I lie senoois are under tli? su
perintendency of Paul Grottkau, end
are said to be making gnat progress.
There are already six bcIicoIs in full
blast. They meet every Bunday morn
ing, and the men, women and chil
dren are taught the meet pestiferous
The house committee on public lands
has ordered a report upon the bill to
recover land granted to aid the con
struction of wagon roads in Oregon.
The measure, commonly known as the
Dolph bill, proposes that a direct suit
be brought in Oregon by the "govern
ment against the derelict corporations
to recover such lands as are cotermin
ous with parts of wagon roads not con
structed in accordance with the
requirements of the granting acts.
Case Arnold, a laborer, ate C2 raw
eggs on a wager at the People's theatre
in Crawfordsvillc, Ind., last week.
His backers offered to bet that he Could
eat five dozen more, but there were no
takers, several hundred dollars having
alrendy change! bands on the result.
After the exhibition Arnold went to a
r.taurant and ate a hearty meal.
Horace Smith, of Philadelphia, is
said to possess the largest collection of
newspaper clipping in the world. He
liegan when a boy of ten, and has been
at it fttty j'ears. It would take a fur-!
niturc van to hold what he has now, !
although ho has sold thousands and
thousands of slips.
Dr. Taniier; the famous faster, is
soon to be married to a daughter of a
Paisian millionaire. This is Dr. Tan
ner's great reward for his forty-day
fast. There are a great many more
men In the wide world who vould be
be glad to imitate the doctor, with the
assurance of a similar reward.
In connection with my jewelry estab
lishment. I have addinl a
Frcsh Candies, Huts S Cigars.
The candy is both hand and machine
made, and is the
EVER BROUGHT TO TOWN.
My Mock f Jewclrr in complete; hare j:wt re
ceived a tupply of
Call and inspect my goods.
G E. HARDY.
IN THE YEAR
A n A n i
Expects to do a laiei4 business than in anyone yeai
of his mercantile history; and with this object in
view has made arrangements to have every depart-
IllO.lit ill llis lllillVlllUlf) oct ttl.licliiiioiii irvft1rafv n Ult
v. vm'Jii'Ulllvnl, 1 VJ1VIV 11 J lit
The old credit system is a thimrof tlie iiasf. nnd:
w Va J "WVV iiuvi null V.tlOIl VX ilUUUCU Hill til 3
genuine bargains at C. B, Monta:Ues store.
DURING THE YEAR
HE WILL PAY CASH OR "MERCHANDISE
For All Kinds of Country Produce.
Wishiiifl: a happy and prosperous new vear to all
of his customers, and earnestly requesting that all
who are indebted to him woulcl 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.
ilEIfclE: TO STAY.
t. n If -
C- B. Montague
Will open his new One Price Cash
Btore on Hon day morning at S o'clock.
Full particulars in ucxt week's issue.
Prophet Wij-'lfms i i" a bad way,
and diclares that Encke's comet ia in
danger of nlging in our neigh borhood,
and becoming another moon to us.
He gay b it.s attraction will then cause
the oceRiis to rise fifty feet above their
present level, Hooding a part of both
the eastern and western continents,
and wiping out Australia and the Gulf
Btreani. Thin last will give England
the climate cf Labrador, and cinch
her the worst way. Now is the time
to buy hill land, and net up out cf tho
TAKE IT IN TIME.
"For want of a nail, a shoe was lost;
for want of a ghoe, a horse was lost;
fur want or a horse, a rider was lost."
Never neglect small things. The first
feigns of pneumonia and consumption
can positively be checked by Dr. Acker'a
Knglish . Remedy for Consumption.
Hold by J. A. Heard.
PEEBLER & BUHL,
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Illl III IlAli
STARTLING AND AGREEABLE SURPRISE!
All Should Read the Low Prices!
Drv Granulated, 13 lbs for $1 00
Extra C, 15 lbs for 1 00
Golden C, 16 lbs for 1 00
Powdered, 9 lbs for 1 00
COFFEE AND TEA.
Best Costa Rica, 5 lbs 1 00
Best Rio, A lbs 1 00
Arbuckle's, 3 lbs 80
Java, 5 lbs...: 1 00
Tea, 1 lb , , 40
Small White No 1 22 lbs 1 00
White No. 2, 25 lbs i 00
Pink, 27. lbs : 1 00
Liverpool Salt, 200-lb sack..... $2 20
" 100-lb sack... 1 15
50-lb sack........ 70
Stock salt, 100 lbs 75
Dwight's Soda, 4 papers
Arm and Hammer Soda, 4 papeH.
Kirk's Savon, 20-lb box
Golden West, 20-lb box
Four papers of either kind...
Tomatoes, 9 cans
Corn, 7 cans
Salmon, 1-lb can ... ..;.',;-.........
" 7 cans.,.; .;Si..
Oysters, 5 2-lb cans ....
9 Mb cans
Corned Beef 2-lb ean
Chipped Beef, 1-lb can..
Lobsters, 2-lb cati
Condensed Milk, 6 cans
Lye, 9 cans
Fraser's AIe Grease, 2 can3
The Above are Prices of a Few Leading Articles in Our irhmerlsa
o j 1 . ii!t nr. rtr r s- i v
oluuk, vv niun we uner lor urton UiNLit
have A Well-selected stock of
Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing Goods, a Fine Line of tcW
bacCo and Cigars, at Low Pnces.
We do not want to carry Ladies' and Children's Shoes, and yill selL out stod
on hand at Actual Cost for Cash. Call and examine them
HIGHEST CAS! PRiCE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ton't fail to g-ivi its iv call, as it is to yowr interest
PKEBLER Ac 1TI-IT
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