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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1889)
.aveSru.'sV ip, and the
x ' Vmble
me ys nnr
nae to Mill lu
rst level bvst
' in the past,
1 and filth,
1 the po'iti
:p for the
i -.- . .
. word's Prav i, . .. . ... .
;poeiai petition, uaer ibj
r frota a book cf prayers.
said that neither the Jsi-
Vs wife feave any intention of
tns tfaia o2ervam in the
-ausion New Yort Sun.
il returned from lurlhnd
le U.. v-slnture spent f "$,000 for
i hire, V.vthe membereipeeived
i about kr h'r for vices,
governor's rivate seereWy Sn
I us person ,7 that this $15,000
tid to yoir4g die, tnostisf tt at
for about tw, or three hotrs work
"r, and a jrest dAiViAhs work
doae over a grain or thrown
ly. Who is respoasfyle for
Rste of the people'
1 ; .- ,.r ii k k
Jiiiiit s WHncn on Thursday returned
Horn, Mnreh 7, 1ESD, to the wife of
Minor Jackson, r fun,
Mr. Wi O. Rtniisid 1$ Buffering front
an nttaek of 111 health,
Henry MeFarland is Buffering from
an aeute ntUck of neuralgia.
See II. N. Thompson's bijr nd. In this
week's issue of The Express.
Mrs. Frederick Anderson, of Coburg,
is visiting her friends at thia place.
IK 8.'. Smith, ex-sherifT of Linn
coenty, was In town on Monday last,
Donald Melius returned from the
upper C'ulipooia logging camp on Fri
day. Miss'-flattie Chesney, of Albany,
pnid Ilrowusvills friend n visit on
l-l. IMts, m ho for some days past has
lwM.ii in Alhauy, on Friday returned to
V. J. Hf.lli.ater has ifYietently re
ejVered from hi late sickness to a"g'u
attend to business.
Mrs. Tioynl t! rover. vvh for the past
two weeks hn-vn extremely ill, Is
improving hi health.
1- , at Oakville, Or., Mnroh 2,
'n Coney, ared 10 years, brother
fiA. y . t. A. oentry ef this place.
itev. A. Le Roy 1 makinsf improve
ments and additions to his property
preparatory to a removal to the same.
F. M. Jack has purchased from t E.
Flanard the grocery and eon feet ionery
business located at'the i st office store.
John t'ooley hassoinewhat rteovered
from his illness, but is yet i-onllned to
his lxsi by a complication of distressing
Rev. A. I.e Roy has purchased the
preperty, eonsiftinar of dwelling and
four lota, formerly owned by O. P.
jtarriwl, Mcv RriTcT! by Rev. Robe,
at nVeTcsi lerree. of the briile's parents
near CrawfordsviUe, C. H. Llswiek
and Jfiss Eva Chance.
At a meeting held at the North
Brownsville city hall, Mondav, March
4, il. . luompaon waaeieetod to serve
as school director for the follow i tig
tnree years ana A. W. Stanard clerk
to serve during the next term ot one
The "Oileantinpanbam;" band were
out in full force on jonuay nistit, ami
foranhoviror more created an inde
scribable din, but it was on account of
the same old story "some one mar
" Roval Allov," the best known sub
stitute for rold, does not tarnish or cor
rode, in appearance and wear equal to
ISk gold sptetaeres, finest leuscs, per-
the bar of nab lie
time come i sk
feet and clear, 2 per pair at Pills
Died, Afarc-h T, 1SS0, Jfrs. Florence
Snyder, Kjred 27 vears, wife of the late
S. S. Snvder. The funeral ceremonies
vre conducted by Rev. "arpus Sner
ry. on Friday, at the residence of Joe.
R. X. Thompson who on Saturday
leu for fcan traneisco via the o. & V.
It. R-, will visit friends in San Jose
and lYtaluraa. Mrs. Thompson will
accompany him on his return home at
the expiration of two weeks.
""At tbe North Brownsville citv hall
on the ISth of March at 7 P. m., there
will le held a meeting of the lotral
voters of school district Xo. 52, for the
j parp! of considering I he levying of a
i?5i 51.', to ivj ust-fi ror Bcnooi pur-
.es and improvements.
j -V visit to tlie store of ti. C t ooley
;..f lvx. fntli J3rownsviUe, will convince
iirurs-j most skeptical that thev enrrv one
I of the larcrest nnd lx sl-sirtel stocks
Homo seems j of griwal merc-handise, alsr that their
season iu me j niitwi uuui.t ani sin.-s, wnicn are iroui
- j the eelbratea factory of Parker Bros.,
'''vvlj?r!ui.lsiw. and also J. I1. Smith
:4 i sjloe8 hladica and misses, cannot
11 leexcellet forMkie finish, guaranteed
t atc.e.k ana reasiinable Prices.
The rtctption at the Riptist church,
tendered to Kev. A. le lioy ar.u wir
on ihe evening of Saturday last, was a
most cniovable afiuir. Kev. r.iwonny
oart rif Hit! committee, dehv
4iv trnrether. Mav 1
e lev ever bless
siTton Lave nearly
iton to their store.
celbvr 16x19 and 7
-ich they intend to
t the x--t office being
A. F. Hamilton's
ered Ts rZ,d inUres-tinir remarks
O. P. Cofchov, Jr.,' delivered an address
of welcome !Vr tliectmrcn, and A. V:
Star.ard for tile Sunday schwl. Mrs
CYott abo delivered an'addrcssof wtl
come in behalf of the mimmnarv so
ciety, which was responded to by Mrs
I,o "Rov. The meetins was also ad
dressed in response by Rev. Le Roy in
his usual eloquent and interesting
ike iiiicdief March. i manner. Some choice musical sclec
lantern tions were rendered by the choir,
iand the balance of tne evening was
passed in ti;o enioyment of a social
pleasant time. T. S. P,
U. have moved their
tnUtoii creek above
V for the purn3 of
'jon road lnd and
, .Lk. Mr.
The firm of Coshow & Cable, having
byr mutual consent disilveii partner
ishitv on Jlnrch 1, ail iwrsons
Roycr are j fcnowinjr thems lves indebted by note
ting on t or account to f-aid firm are requested
i to call at'the old stand and settle. The
-ip-tT4.j-Vusiri08sin the future will Ik; carried
j i wili vii-.it on uiider the firm name cf Cable &
HavinR purchoaetl the vntlru interest of J. M. Waters In the firm of
Thompson A Watera, I wisli to announce to the public that I am aolo proprl-
tor of the lata firm of Thompson & Waters, and can be found at the
Old and Reliable Stand.
Heartily thanking the puLllc for the liberal patronage In the past, I moet
earnestly solicit a continuance of the samp In the future, and can and will
assure tne publtc, If tbey wih to deal whtro they can g t
FAIR AND HONEST TREATMENT
Best Goods for the Least Money,
I eariM'stly invite one- and all to come and Inspect nly mammoth stock of Clen-
ral Merchandise and get prices before purchasing elsewhere.
My business In the future (shall be conducted on strictly business prlnei
pics, which shall prove a benelU and a blessing both alike to purchaser and
proprietor. My motto shall be:
Fl ' RST- Strictly one price to all purchaserf.
SECOND Tne best goods for the tewt money.
THIRD Fair and honent treat?nent to one and all alike.
J-X) URTll iVo good told only to reliable jta-tira.
FIFTH Quick Kile and email proflta.
SIXTH Xo ovtrcharyea for bad billt nnf debts.
SE VENTIT We thall buy direct of EaMtern vxanufacturern, paying coA
for all goo;, thrrt'by taring to our cuntomcrg fully ten per cent on all purcftat.
FIG1ITH Wc altotc a discount of five ptr cent on cah purchase.
XIXTII All dry goods carried over from lout year sold at actual cost
TENTH Jlighctt market price paid for n.7 kind of produce.
THIS INTERESTS YOU.
Tin and Stove Store.
A CHEAP COUNTER
OF ALL KINDS OF
We invite you to come and look through our Mam-
motli fetock or
Ma, m m .
Household Goods, urocenes, Provisions, I obacco, Cigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
XORE GOODS FOR LESS KOKET
Than You Ever Saw.
TVXniitito Oi'awa and Tixtotliy Seed.
IF YOU WILL ONLY CALL,
you win be Astonished PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOTTO,
At the Rock-Bottom Prices.
I AM NOW RECEIVING MY IMMENSE
Stock of New Spring Goodsl
DIRECT FROM TIIK ELVT.
Much the Newest
Nobbiest and Largeat Etotk of
In tho County
Is Now to be Seen
ON THE. COUNTERS
I OF I
L. E. BLAIN,
t Whon vnn -vvnnt in A
tt i it . .. . i a Ul
ton rrLKl to show von V
through and make tkej
j-riffht nnce. T
Hides' Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for coodi
Which for Quantity and Superior Quality and Low Prices,
Cannot Be Excelled Anywhere.
The general public ar cordially Invited tocall and examine the same and
get prices. No trouble to show goods. Yuurs moet respectfully,
Urownsvillc?, Or, March 4, 1S'J. It . I . TI IOM I'woX
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
ure Drugs, Medicines,
Paints, Oil rind Glass;,
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. B. DON AC A.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County, Or-
XI 'Jl 1.1!.
FORTHiLLER it iRYiMG, At Cost! Still to the FrontI
ffaa7dMUr wn b. Knsth.W. T.. Tivf
moM witao.t ntrni ita v
U boMwta. put bun domt i
price .iMiipva o
b mm m tnmi.
Hana&rturan of aad Pclan la Q Klxvli
Import all First-Class Goods
DIRECT FROM TIIE EAST.
A orardete atoek of Yall Papr, Deco
rations aad Window Shades.
BOSS OF THE ROAD
G. W. SIMPSON,
Having purchased the stock of Clothing, Geo it laf1
niehing Goods, Uoets, bhoes, JLto., of C. B. Rol&nd
& Co. 13 now prepared to effsr
Better Bargains than Ever !
V. L. DOUGLAS
Fine Perfumery, Brushes & Combs
CIUAE3 AMD FANCY TOILET ARTICLE.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Main. Stroot, Ltsljfii-iori, Oronon,
J. II. Watebs.
Y. W. Watem.
court as i Stanard, C. EV Skmard having
i-K fir A fltn.iv
son has nearly
w list for 5-500 to
- Mr. P. J. Fos
o build one if
' i commence
c!iRstd the share
O. P. Coshow, br.
fornierly owned by
NEW FIRM BBS GGODS!
How Can Parent
Allow their cliiMren lo eonh. ftud strain and
coach ftnJ calmly ray; "Oh! it In only a liijle
coM," Vep giving thctn cbcap and danger
ouk medicines, until tVey are dor with luntr
fever or cousnmption, v.-ljan thry he so easily
relioved ty B EGG'S CHERRY COVGH SYKCPT
It lifts no Niperior and fi-W equals.
M. A. MILLER,
Freh fish every Fridav at JfoutA
gue's cash store.
The celebrated Norwegian and Jay-
Eve-Sce sel plows at Cruson &
Milki's. . -
;Crapon & Miller will furnish you
with &U kinds of plows cr plow extras
at Albany prices.
.. Don't buy garden tools tiil you see
- 1- and prices.
Cf.uson & Miller.
h at the new cash
!d cheap and
G. C. C'JULEV,
J. D. Ievikb.
W. C. Ccolit
Vttft 1 IV w.rlfl Vtiuiiinn lit
5.tK (irt'MR HMIt-i(.nHt Ml OB.
S.B KM M'F. 1.1U KAHMIKS' 1HOK.
n. no fik v vai ri: i ah tuos.
1.J HOIililNUM-S Mr.
,OUiuiiI ttl.73 BOfS' H.UfH:. fiHOESi
V. L. DOUGLAS
i av a rnmn bta Jifinrimsnt et t.ennrai u btp uniiso..
OVERALLS, bought at a big discount, which lie still proposes to sell at
cost, purchasers will do -well to call and get his prices before
buying elsewhere, S3 you can save from 25 to SO per cent.
I ho highest market pries paid for country produee f all
I kind3, either in cash or goods.
They are the BEST.
, WW PAR
IWrt Miitn-lnl. llr.t Pfrl. Beat Fitting.
If ut h rt.ur d-A:sr. .rile
For sale by C. C. HacklQman.
Ask for them
OYERLAND TO CALIFORNIA, take no other.
BOUTHElCt' PACIFIC COMPANY'S
In connect!on with the original rtock of F. F.
eroft. have oa huacl ft
NEW AND C. MPLETE STOCK OF
To which we Invito the puMie a'.lcntlon.
OCR. iTOeK 13
NEW AND CLEAN,-
And will bo sold on mol roasonnble and adran-tag-vous
terms to tho iurcliaM.T.
Remember the plno, linger the I. O. O. T. Hull,
Croft's eld stand.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by C B. Montague.
Flour Per 50-Ib tack, 51 15; per bar
rel, 1-4 50.
' Bacon Pides, 15c per lb.
Jiutter Frewh, per 2-lb roll, 40c.
"sTSS Per dozen, 12!c.
v-kens Per dozen, $3 SO to $4 50.
is Per dozen, common, ft 50 to
' 'er doen, f 7.
-Per lb, live weight, 10c.
-r R, dry, 6c; green, 2c to
G. C. Cooley Co.,
SucccfiBore to Cooley & Vi'ashburu,
to wool, 15
mer, 30c; winter, 2Sc
1 and ConRli! 1 1
warn you wlil cough
.keep Irving inferior
CHEKP.Y CO U Gil
.ve your ccuh at
iicrce, but an, ac-
Are now doing business at the
old stand in South Browns
ville, and now take the oppor
tunity of thanking their old
customers for their patronage
in the past, and would be
pleased to have them call on
the new firm andoxamine our
goods and get prices before
G. C. COOLEY A CO.
lilt. W. C. IVISGTJH,
Qrdduate of the Royal Colle-a cf London, Eng
land, alio of the Bellevue Medical College,
THTC TlOCTOTl HAS SIKXT A I.IFKT1ME CtV
study mid pnu-iire. und makes h SfK-;ial!y of
i-rtm-urs, Mrcjiuious en
largements, tumors and wens, nitlmut jiin ra
the kaifo. Hit alo makes ai-pi-ciiilty nftn-at:uent
with elei'tricty. Ihis imirtirtd in"tho Ccrmati,
Kruiu-h nud Knuli-h ho;iitiilx. tails prouiiitly
atiomli'il day or night. Itis motto is: "GOOi)
WILL TO ALL."
JT-0!Tiofi and resridence. Ferry street, between
Ho . Trouble .- to S&ow Goods
The ML Shasta Route.
Tics Bstwsa Albany aid Sin Fran
cisco, 25 Heirs.
Oallfornla Cxpreti Tralnt Run Dally
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
....P' inland.- Ar...l0:4! . M.
.,Ail'ttiv l.T... t-:5 t. M.
....in Krat(Ciwo....Lv... 7:i !. M.
4 00. H....LV
8:H r. H....LT
l ib A. M....Ar
Local Passenger Trains Dally (axcept Sunday)
S)c! "i7ti.V rortlandlZZ Ar... XAS P. M.
12:40 P. M....I.T Albany 1,Y...115A. m.
2:10 P. M....Ar Eun L... S.0a. il
Local Pattongar Trains Dally (except Sunday)
5 15. M....LT UlBOD.-M..Ar l:ir. M.
6 3(1 . M..Ar Albany I.y...1'J:) p. m,
5 00 v. M....1.T ..l.bannn ...Ar... W P. M.
2:', p. n....Ar Albany .Lv... 8:20 P. u.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST BLKEPING CAIIS,
For aceommodatisn of Second-Cltuu
Passengers, attached to
Th fl. P. Co' Ferry make? connection with
all tho regular tmius on the ilat fciue Dir. from
foot of F street, I'ortlacd.
West S!d DlvUlcn.
BUT W KEN
PORTLAND and C0RVALL1S
O. K. HARDY
CARRIES 8TOCK OTf
CRUSON & MILLER,
WAGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS.
A2?D ALL KTXDa Off
Organs and YiOlinS, Vehicles, Implements,
Also Fixtures for tho Same,
AND A GOOD BCPPLY OF
In connection rith my jewelry estab
lishment, l nave aauea a
Fmii Candies, lints fi Cigars. !
TOOLS OF JkJLJLt SOJEIT,
Light and Heavy Machines,
The cndr la both hand and machine
. made, and in tho
EVER BROUGHT TO TOVN.
IRON, STEEL, COAL,
GUNS AND AMMUNITION.
My stock of jewelry la complete; bare Just re
ceived a so ply cf
Call in, Gentlemen, and wo
viH Make You
Mall Train Dally (Except Sunday;.
Lt Portland. Ar.:-J0 p. m.
Ar Corvallis LT....1-.30 p. ns.
At Albany nnd ('orvalUs connect with train, of
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
Express Train Dally (Except Sunday).
t p. tn....Lv..
8:00 p. ra....Ar....
rortlund .Ar..9:00 a. m.
McMmvillo Lv...S:4S a. m.
To I'ol lttM
S0UTE m EAST YIA CALIFORNIA.
j&-For full Information regarding rate, raap,
etc., eull on eompiuiy's aent at AU.huv.
K. KOLIIl.ER, E. P. KKiER3,
Munager Aast. U. F. & Pitas. Atent.
TINYARE AND. HARDYARE
OF ALL KINDS
DEYOE &. KOBSON'S,
Call and inspect my stoods.
G E. HARDY.
St. Charles Hotel
A. R. CYRUS, Proprietor.
Board, $1 to $2 per day.
Paints, Oils and Brusliss
Notice of Dissolution.
MIOTICS IS HER KB Y GIVKN THAT THE
' co-partnership heretofore existing between
Jowph Buld and Charles Woli U thU day dis
solved hj mutv.il couscnt. Joseph Buhl will con
tinue the biiiinea-s and will pay all debts legally!
contracted against tho firm of Buhl & Woli, and:
collect all outstanding accounts.
JOSEPH RUTTL. !
Lebanon, Or., Feb. 27, 1SS9.
J. I Cowan.
J. IA. Ralston.
Thanking the generona public for their liberal
patronage to the old firm, I respectfully soUcit a.
continuance of the same, and promise by prompt
nnd fair dealing to satisfy all parties.
FINE LINE OF GUNS!
Good Stock; of Ammunition
BAHK OF LEBAHOH.
Tn2Scts a Gaieral Bailing Business.
Account Rf; 9nJet so Che&.
EirtsDs Sold on XewTerk, Baa rrw
cisce, Portland and Albany, Orfjoa.
CclictioKS Mado on FavorabU Terms.
DEYOE 8l ROBSON
. ARE AQEXT3 FOR
Tho New High-Arm Davfs Vertical-Feed
DEYOE & ROBSON'S,
DEYOE & ROBSON'S,
,DEY0E & ROBSOK'S,
'Albany, Or. i .