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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1889)
OiV Cooper 1 faying home MoxhU
J M. f-;yer on Tuesdny pnit! Allmny
T. S. PilWwry, wife nnd mod, on
Wediwlay kft fr Sodavlile.
Oorgo (,'. IiVflsJin, ''of Allmny, yas
', 0:1 ot'.r htm'trt on Tnday lust.
r. .n. Jack nnd J, K. McHargutyon
W-denml.iy lea f.r Portland.
The wider k extremely low In ,lho
ik!li;ii:i river at the present, lime.
Mr.!?. II. t'.ill mi "Eddie,"
,o:i Wi'dui'M'Ky relumed from l'ort
Din ing a tiU!)t-vT of rtnyn punt the
,lhenti;tuet-r has.junrUed M". "Much
:1th. J.y A. Biidiop and hiMreu, of
KitH Portland, .re vN'ing relative at
lie farm of Mr. Tempi".
Tht Ml C:how, MissPeilaRau
nrd. Fr.Hiils Stunard and , Pert Cable
, judil Wnterjoo a visit on Saturday.
John Stringer, former proprietor of
lint llrowurvl'.le bakery, is at present
beii4HS':d in business at Sehomr, V. T.
V. II. Kills n id Peier Hume on
Monday lotWor Seta to purchase wool
fir the Kak- woolen mill of this
The Ys'k woolen mills an; purchaM
mg u large mpply of wool, w ditch dally
through, town on its war for delivery
nt the t tory.
M .. Halliii nud Jesat Kud who fur
,ihe pat week have U n vi!ting the
M !" CVhow, on Thursday ret u moil
li lire ta McMinnville.
Now the unall hoy jro in wim
;ulu, and he imetinsw catchc oitie
, thing besides the cramp ,whcn he U
caught tuing hi swimming.
Thomas Kr.y and family on Wednew
.day returned home from the eastern,
I'.uten. where they have heeu hincc
luir return from England.
W. M. w.v, of Sein, ,1 practical
n::d expirri.uchi.nie, w ho arrived in
t nv:t ou Thursday has secured tui
j.loymett w ith J. A. Dyson.
Ilev. J. 11. Khkpatriek, who on the
i !vIiuj Sunday preached at the C. 1.
'ht:re!i to a large and appreciative au
dlf:iv, on Monday morning returned
Iv.ira to Lebanon.
The wife and family of Mr. Curran,
Ivad dyer at the Eagle woolen mill, on
S;ilurd".y nnived fivm Sun FraneUco.
They will rewide In 4 he Oia houi-e,
,i-at i.f the liaptiat church:
(). 1. C'-l'ow, w :ft and child, on
Thuivlay I'-f; for the Find.ey ixia
.nrlng. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. iStanurd
and Mr. nns Mr.-. John Fraz.-r nlo de
jitirlrdon the same day for the mountain!.
The Eaglo wot'Ieu oillls.fonipany, at ; of polite literature whot-, scholistie life
their rolU-r t.row-H Cyrinjf niiiis, had been spoilt cast, v'nit'd Calif tiiIu
I'.rownsvillo, will jmrehase 10,0 K) bii-h-1 on a mars.'.-ig' tour. They were mani-
n if wheut. far which the highest td in a blindingti'iow storm nud -r.-i:ir.rktt
jiiieo will Uj p;;il. J'ring oji .odthe Koc!;iis in polar smiles. One
vour w heat no Morale chari'i-d. ! .vtrikit!'? contrast beJwc'ii eastern troca
A largo r.uratcr f ur ciMr.cn.-i t ro )
taking ulvautago if the clear wr.r;n j
veatht r to vk t!ie,eol mountain can- '
,yotis mid luxuriule on Trlei ve::l.on 'i
;iiid trout, clour cool -pring water, and t
vt.ji.y tha shado of tii;- tromatkail o i
fiv.grntit jiities. ;
Chnrh Miller, of Irfbanoti, is at- :
ieiidingt-i the iiivs--rip;londei:iiii!ieiJt
of the drug store during the absence of !
the jui.piietor, li. C. Sranurd, who, on .
Tuwday, jiccotnjwittiod by hli wif, si. :
n r and Miss Udiiy, 1- ft pru month's ;
lvercalhm in tho ni 'untiuns, vi-itisur i
t!io Helkuat hot springs, CUar La.:.-, j Tj,e:x. 8W thousands living from l.and
Mid the upper aud lower soda springs j (0 ,n(,u!h -p,,,. (.iumte t. v. ...ting,
on the: fratitiam river. 1 K'Vere, oppressive. Combina'.ions of
The county bridge crossing the Ban- J inteiest-l ptjons inive created ricti
tiam river at Waterloo, under sujior- tlous land values. A few have Ijren
ision of J. M. Had'-n, foreman or eon. j beticlitted the many suC'i red. Who
W ruction for o'Urtielo'rs lledl'inan and j over woks health and comfort, the prc
J'.Htes, is under way a;id gradually j tservation cf physical and mental vigor,
Ktrctehing from shoro to short. The ! a moderate Income or competence rs
entire length of the bridge, which is on j the result of honest, patient liibor,
;he combination I'ratt trttsscl style, is ! must shun CaJifornia. Whoever de
370 foot. The center span will be ilW i sins to OeMitur.ited with malaria and
Act at an elevation of i.7 feet above ! fed on calomel and quinine, can readi-
Iti;;h water mrk. Tho .font met wtw
tuken by Mtftsw. Jlntes r.nd IJollhian,
in conBiilt'rati(m of $.ViOO, v. lio, when
this eontme.t ia completed will build
the Blavlon bridge, which coiifiiatij of
tne :;0.) ft. Hpnii nnd two I.jO ft. MiaiH,
to he hui't on the enmhltiutioii Trutt
unJel, the prlneipul tiinlHrrubfiugcov
eie,.1 with gnlvaniml wire.
Mrs. Bcge en Saturday returned
hotue from Philomath, where for the
j.avt week nle )ia be-ti vwitlnjr family
friend. T. H, P.
WJifu you desire pleasant jjliyBie,
try St. PutriekV PilU They pan al-waj-g
tie depended ujm)h, and do not
iiauHCnte the nUnnaeh nor jrrlpu tle
vwth yrm)? b,v A- -WiJvri
'. SVTRKT HOJiE..' "
. . . . ju.i... :
Punic) Ktwibiutgh and daughter are
oil lu the mountains.
There rms many old acquaintance
going otV Into the mountaina for recre
ation from i)':arly all partti of tho;
Mr. .To5h .owell and MIs-h Eohi
WoodrnJl" we;o tnarrie 1 on the 4th of
July, lteport U there are others to
Mr. A. E- Hamilton bonght out Mr.
Geo llQweir dry goods last week.
Ivjwell w 111 only keep a general grocery
"Our gonial ie) i ul master, Mr. Mich
ner, returned honio last week. NVc
trust that ho will undertake ourachool
again thl-J winter.
Our genial mail carrier's .family U
over the mountains and he is baching,
lie It) unuf-cd.tp that, and a , terrible
bach he will make of It.
Farmers arc bcy with their hoy nml
harvest. Hayklight in thin section
of the country. Think the wheat will
lie good. l)ur gardens need rain.
Mr. John Minjlco la convalescent.
Mr, A, Wiley's pom is not expected to
get well he has the dropny. la being
attended by Prs. Ungc-r Jtlamljcrson.
Din. Taylor & Unirer arc stopping nt
tiio Independent. Now Is the time to
get 3eth extracted and new ones put
in. Give them a call; they C9rue well
Mr. (too. Howell has a new buggy
acid new horse. He ia on the utrcet-i of
our city a larze part oi-hia time. 1 hix
ithoivs prcjerity in the fciorc and mer
Mr. A. F. Hamilton aold his fine
team of matched grays to Mr. John
Duvi, w ho will do hi-j freighting fcr
the jirtmnt. Davis is always around
when there is a bargain.
Mr. Egglceon, of Corvallis,. and a
company of surveyors .paed through
1m re en route fr Cor valli-i. They have
Utnenst of the mountains surveying
the rail road to .Snake river.
Mr. John Donaca returned home
from the mountains yesterday, where
he gathered a lare tjuantity of thick
lorries fo-r himself and John Joijes; re
ports a good lime generally.
Our pohtnaaitter went to Urownsville
last week iitid got lost in that large
city. Cant toll what was the matter,
lie went with John Puvi-i, r.nd it may
tie they took too much dinner or some
thing. OKECON VKl'.SXS VAJr KOSMA.
A !' timed and enthusiastic jiroftw-r
1-rtided with icicles and California trots
lalin with golden fruit profoundly
i,n; rested the Imj.r-.-sslnnablo minds r.f
the rxv, y wedded coujile. The colli!
try seemed a paradise, and c'ontually
the T.hssor in an n!".i ormal tit of cti
thuiaMu born of e!iuu4:e change and
honey-moon sunshine loeateJ tno gar
i'.cii of Eden in Lin App les oouoty.
A thing visit and a protruded rest-o'l-iiee
jinxluw difU'ti'tit r.suKs. C;;!i
t nia is the most cwr-rati d state in
tie union. Every city in the ;.!(. i.-;
burdened with unemployed Jabfir. i'ii-
KKiiiea jaoor is uonnv rotTiu.it-rau.-
lv he aecoinodattd by viwitin tho ;K1
en rtute- "Irrigation iti Californin pro
ilifcvH tnaliirist, and California lamJa
without irrigation are ehielly valuelefcs.
The contrast between Oregon and Cal
ifornia In phenomenal. The prof.'hsor
who lwated tho garden of Kden in
California had never heard of Oregon
niid the Willamette valley (or ojf lieba
tioii), or with tlje writsr viewed it an a
country of raiij, fog, i.uibt, Terra del
FuegoBUiihhhm and i'lttngonian raiiij
Honjr.dll For Sole.
The host boaf.dM In Lnn county can
q fiad from m3 at 5o per hundred de
lif pjrud ft Jyebtff urn.
Mr. King, the sawyer, visltvd hl
family, near f'rr.v. fordsvillc, on Satur
day and Htutday last.
Mrs. 0. Jennings waw visiting lu the
burg yes terday. .
Mr. Gleason made the burg a fchorl
call this morning.
Mrs. F-ys'nd her dnughtur arc visit
ing friends on tho Albany prairie, tnis
Two now ,boar.loj 'at the boarding
house, -Mr. Dobson ,nd Mr. iletiuln
ley. Mrs. Ella Wirtis thinking of erect
lnga dwelling about one tuilu from the
.Mrs, Grant f-'idney la stopping with
Mrs. Al. fitory while he Is .harvesting
on tho prairie.
Mis. Woolspy bnw a blaej; lear yes
terday near her camp; she Is living In
a tent, A lear Is not a pleasant visitor.
He was seated on a log eating berries
i.nd seetced to Ihj contented.
Tke new mill Is sawing 'lumber as
fast as can bo expected under the cir
cumstances, as their dam k, not built
yet, and their lumber track has not
I wish to inform the dear readers c f
The Express that our town is Improv
ing very Tast. There has been three
new buildings built on Main street and
one on !tfaek street the past few weeks,
and lumber will be huuled, In a few
days; for another new building about
one-half mile from the burg,
A former correspondaut of yours
wrote something like this: "People
say 'Is it lKjt a Methodist grave yard?'
No It is not. True a inethodist donat
ed it, and the Methodist church ap
points trustee to look after it, but fur
ther than this It Is public."
Although it seems .to mc that one
might as well ray that the Methodist
church building docs not belong to the
Methodist btt to the public, y.ot as the
writer considers the city cemetery be
longs to the public and seems to know
whereof he('.') speaks, I wish to ask
hhu?) a few questions to bo answered
through your paj)cr.
Who appoints tho trustee? JIow
often are they appointed.' How often
do they make their reports and to w ho?
What i.re t!c.' trustees reasin fur not
printing a full rejiort of all money re
ceived fn jaid out fom time of receiv
ing land as L. suggested?
Do you not think It strong?, that
until they had road your comViuniea
lion, many imminent Methodists hic
did not know that tho Methodist
church managd, or rather misman
aged the cemetery?
I hope the writsr will answer these
questions in as kindly a spirit as I have
n.ked them. C.
i rho Oregon Inn says that Dr. Ta'.mage
Is now on his rummer vaci.tion, but
i will (cmbiue .biirino.-s with pleasure,
j 2 Ik advanca agent is now on the road
j arranging dates for lectures by the
; great sot.i-atiomMU.
Mrs. Xoycfi, ef The. Dall-s, Or., is
mining, says the Tacotna l.olg'.'r. II;-r
o;t hiTaeo: :a lockiug fo.r her, and
j -vith tiieaid of i'hi. !'of IN.liei Cin-sncy,
! hopes to lotv'o her. Mrs. Novo was
I in I'ortkiiii!, heioied tox,:;i-d. the Hound
I on July 'Zntl. Mr. I.' -yes has not b.canl
! of his mo! her since. The old lady was
l uev usti.nied t: travel and her disup
i pearanca is tr her sou a great mlotory.
j "However could you think of fulling
I In love wicii such a lnmcly fellow? his
I Cgurc issomeiLingiiwlhho "Vis, but
he has a lovely one in the bunk."
E, J. McCaustland,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Draughting and Blue Prints.
OmVe with Oregon Laud Co., Albany,
K'worago Systems and Water Sup
plies a specialty. Estates Subdivided,
Maps made or copied on short notice.
O. P. Coshov & Sons,
HKAL 11HTAT 11
ltr.vnrtvinS - - Oregon.
Culleclioni iniule, eoiiveynneiaf; and till Nuturial
work tjne mi ohort initlep.
O. R. H,. Blackburn.
Geo. W. Wright.
Blackburn & Wright
Will practice in all of the courts of
the mate, Prompt uttentioii Riven to
all busine piifiiieted toonr caff. Of.
rice- ii Odd Fellowi Tempi,
(.' Tl'- '. e a-H ... I
Combines the juica of the Blue Figs of
Californin, io laxative end nutritious,
with tho medicinal virtues of plants
known to b taot beneficial to the
humaasynt. forming the ONIATFER
FECT REME.D.Y ,to act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDHEYS, XIYEH HID B0ELS
Cleanse flu System Effcctaally,'
M. TH AT
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Nattirally follow. Every one Is using it
nd till are delighted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
ifactured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
Sam Francisco, 'Cai.
,LopisvtLt., Kv. ,Ncw York, N. Y.
J. L. Cow&fi.
J!. M. Ralston.
BANK OF LEBANON,
Transacts -a ..General Banking Easiness.
Account Kej.it Sabjeet.to Chfck. ,
Exchange Sold on yw Vnt-k, San lrrii
cleo, Portland and Albany, Oregon.
Collections Mado n Favornblo Terms.
FOBTRILLER ft IRVING,
ALB-'Y, . - - ORKGOX.
iUniifuotiirers of and Dealer In Kinds
Import all First-Class Goods
DIIIF-Cy FJ10M THE EAST.
A complete f took of Wall Puper, XJceo
rations end Window Shades.
U N D K R T A KING
" FECIAL ''NOTICK
jyn. w. c. miguk,
arr.-S j.oct thu rioynl Colle -o cf Lo-do-,Eng.
land, nho of the Uoltevue Medical College.
TEi" !';"Tf'!'- "A! K'T.Sr X MFimMK OF
J '.! "-d Pr"'''i"M. nii'.kiK n ypi'i'ieJiv o
:,,r,'!i:': r'".KfV.-il evmr. er.li:i.,n:; Vr.
Ii:r:;i'!.ii'ti(,, tiiiii'ci mid misi, Mi.iieii' pu'-i or
fie ul (i itu&.vH .iJ.i-'-lniiy mi' lr'itiius.t
' li 'Ir;i!V. Hiw pnu'iic.d in the !,'r:nnii,
lT.-!i.-n nil--. i-.:i;:!i-H l.o. (';; tr.:in(!v
wti'i tt'xL"f uUM' Ui "'-o-' ""''
' r,''!''"!''. I-t:'v nnet, between
.Hid renrii. Altu , Oie;;(.n.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY IE YOU
At lower rates than ever ottered before in . Albany,
you are looking for bargains vou need not
Any fVirilier, but come into my
store and you. will be sure (o lm
pleased. It is to your own in.
terest, so eonie.
G. W. SIMPSON,
,'PubIlcaticn of Surrtmcns.
taJuxliro Court lor tlm I'reclnet of Lduu mi
l.lnn Co'inty, OruiW!
H.C. Miller t'l. al l'laliiltfr.fCi' ll mtion rr
VK. V tliu rii'iivei) Ct
M. C. Schoenliut, Diifemlatit.) muiicy.
to m.c. firiroKNiii'T, hci'Icsdant is Tin:
' .utiiivi) cutltU'd lu'tlnii tiy onler of tli alnvt
i'ti!ll.U''l IVmrt iliilyii!U(lionflii;!t!i duy of.fu',
I!W!i, ilmi Hervtee of Hunnuoti hy iutillciitUin in
Iti.' alsirc uetlnit bu unifies by piiMlcuiion lu 'l .tf.
I.KiUNoy Kxi'lnws. it uikly juir '.uMHii'fl in
I.elMiusi rtveliift, Una County, Ori'Ktm, l.ilv
mu te nud twin-it by 1). AndrvWK, JiibIIcd Jl ttm
IVncc for I.cbimon I'reclnet Linn f.'uiinty, Orcjr'.v.
I'nr the fcriisl of six wookw: Yoa sru in the nv.:n-
of the Kliiio of OroRou hereby eoniniAiidi 1 u.el
fuuniinni'd to appear befiue thv uM 1), Awlre
Juktlcu a the Pence for wild I'recinrt. In the aIhm-v.
i'iitltlet,iu;tlya, on tho 15th duy of Aiikihi, lss'j, ,n
the hour of ten o'clock In tho fomionn of i.id
day, nt the oltleo of i.ld Juntiee, In the tov. n t t
lliinon, Mnn County, Oreitun, to anuwur th
complulnt of thu l'lullillfr, H. C. Milltt- et. ul.
foundrt on a claim for the iwwcrjr of money, 'no'
nud imyuhlu on eoiitraet spcolully nurtisd upeij,
wherein the wild .t'laintiff demands Fifty-V.i
Dollnrs nnd thu cost cf this (Wtlon. You i.ce
further nntltltPd that unUtwyoti appeiirnnd un".et r
wild omnplaint nt the time heroin set, lhat
niont will 1h- rendered uttnlimt joil or the uiiitiuit
iinif relief wki'd hutild cuDipluiitJ.
!ly order of D. Audrewn, JUKtite of the IVnec -ft it
Lehiuinn lri'elnet,,I,lim County, Oregon, ihU t!e
I'.tli diiy ol JuV. issir. K. M. MII.I.KI1,
Atfy for J'Ulr.i H.
C. K. Hawkins.
lbany Furniture Ca
Kcepotxvcrything you want hi
the way of
Call and see their stock A
5-TW'(i wxiv loadn of Kuril)'
tuot.- Ji!'t li'eclved JYoiri
I'iist i4roct, between Ferry ami
Jos. Leonard & Son,
Boot and Shoe Makeri.
Repairing a Specialty.
Stop between jewelry store and
Dr. Frank R. Ballard,
riyillaii nnd Wuruoon.
Ofiicc at Ri'sidcuco.
fittV-'KiCToit oi Tin:
Albany Soda Worts,
AND MAMT.VCTritF.lt Of
PJain and Fancy Candies,
Agent for the
Albany Ice Company.
Albany, Oregon. " ,