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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1890)
FRIDAY, FKliilUAIl'V 2S, 1800.
XclMinoci llalh .1 Iohwo.
j. n. r.oituM, ntonti CTpn.
Smooth shaves and latest Htyle Imir
cuts. KliuiTiptwInB iTimnisli Lueter
cures Mu! sculp of flumlrufl. Lebanon.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Thc7 Mnrsolln I roup left on tho train
Monday morning loi'Heio.
Cruson & Stcii,lc8 will furnish your
window!) and doom cheap.
,Thk KxritKH Is adding to lla nb
seriptlon list at a satisfactory ruto.
Luck of space forbids our publishing
several communications this week.
Mr. llnrd in informs us that ho in
tends to brgln wrk on his residence
A iitnn!cr of the young men of our
town met at the firemen's hall and
organized a comet band .Wednesday
A protracted meeting was commenc
ed under tho nutpleen of the M. E.
Church, on Sunday lost. All are cor
dially Invited to co-operate in these
At n reeci't meeting of the stove
manufacturer price were advanced,
but those who wish to buy a new (took
stove run have the benefit of old prices
until niareh iUh. Swan JJuos.
If your creditors do not hunt you up
mtk them nut yourselt mid relieve the
tight money market ly paying your
little bills and gt tling money circula
tion.; Swan Bros, need what you owe
Our Literary Society is developing
the talent of our; citizens, home or the
hardest problems society hn ever had
to solve are discussed with a fandllurty
known only to men of recognized
A great many house w 111 be built in
Lebanon this season which will five
employment to mechanics, besides a
great d.rtl of work calling for unskilled
labor, warrants us in predicting a sea
son of general satisfaction among all
Mr. Ceo. L. WlleoX moved to Leba
non Tuenday. It will Iks rtmenilered
that he purchased property on Malu
street some months ago where ho will
booh start a photograph gallery. Mr.
Wllci.x is a first-class artist and should
rweive a liberal patronage.
Two young men from the country
ratne Into town on urgent business last
Saturday, imbibed rather too fairly,
and thought they would ride through
Main Wred at a cyclone pace.but were
suddenly bulked by our marshal and
compelled to pay a fine fr their un
lawful recreation. Some time people
will learn thut our streets were never
designed for a race-count.
A. R. Cyrus, representing the Clat
sop Land Co., is in town this week,
lie Buys they have a few more of thsse
choice two acre blocks in rrospect
Turk Addition to Astoria for sale at
$1T0. Writ? them and secure a block
of this desirable property Ix'foie the
ralsf. Astxiria is dcntluod to be a great
city, and thin is C'HOICK property.
Address, CaMsop Land Co., Box 418
Something is wrong with the weath
er bureau; the eartu'e orbit is either
obstructed or its axis needs oiling. It
looks as if wo will never reach the
summer solatlcu. Why not send Grce
ly back north on a tour of Investiga
tion; he is the only man that hus lurin.
diction over that part of the country.
The fact t hat new comers arrive almost
dally and that many are investing in
real ebtate, proves that Lebanon has
Home attractious for home seekers.
Died, in Sweet Home, Feb. 2),' of
hemorrhage of thejlungs, Amos Kent
ble, aged twenty-five years. Deceased
was born iu Feoria, Illinois. He came
to Oregon in the hope- of regaining his
health, but in this he was disappointed.
He bore his nuflerlngs with the patieme
and fortitude of a true Christian. He
was highly esteemed by his many
friends, who condole wfth his mother
and kinsmen iu their sad adit lion
An English Prince in a fit of rage at
his shoemaker made him eat a pair f
shoes which had failed to fit to his
hlghiuW wit isfact ion. ltrthcr a tough
diet even for a man whose motto Is,
"Nothing lika leather." Dut when one
looks at the deformities caused hy
ill fitting shoes, the punishment seems
to fit the crime as well as any of those
unique punishments devised by the
Mikado. Those who buy their shoes
of (,', C. Haoklenmn will get the big
gest smile out of this item, because
they don't know where the nhoe fits.
BUSIJiKSH MEN OF tKHAKON.
The business men of Lebanon are
characterized by a broad and liberal
spirit, and study thu general gooil, '
while closely watching thd.' individu
al interest. We are free from that
ungenerous rivalry that creates dis
oor J nd friction ; Imt all uocm to be
animated by a public spirit, having ,
in view the commonwealth. There
is none of that narrow contracted
dealing that would build a business
at.tho expense of a loss fortunate
dealt r, but hand in' hand our business
men march to a common success.
Mr. C. H. Montaguo is our largest
dcalcar, and one of our pioneer mer
chants. Ho established business in
1872, and has' built a very extensive
trade. He is now running two largo
houses and employs five men.
Mr. C, C. Hacklcman has been in
business a good many years. This is
the only store in town that deals ex
clusively in dry goods. He carriel a
well selected stocK, and by his fair
dealing and courteous manner has
secured a large patronage, and made
a host of friends.
W. B. Donaca, grocer, has been
indentifiod with Lebanon from its
earliest history. He keeps a well
selected stock of groceries on the
brick cfirnor, which is presided over
in a genial and gentlemanly manner
by his brother, Ben Donaca.
G. T. Cotton has a deservedly fine
trade in fancy, and family groceries,
o ml is ever watchful for tho interest
of his customers.
The Bank of Lebanon is owned by
Cowan &, Kalston, of Albany, and is
under the supervision of C. II. Ral
ston. The bank has ample funds for
tho accomodation of all.
Mr. J. G. Reed has lately purchas
ed a large stock of boots and shoes,
and otters rare bargains in his line.
Two livery stables owned by Messrs.
Kirkendall, Nichols & Co. supply the
wants of the traveling public.
Ve have two general millinery
stores to cater to the wants of fash
ionable society. One milliner store
is presided over by Mrs. ltice, the
other is under tho management of
Mrs. Smith. 0
Mr. S. V. Bach, late of Salem, is
doing a good business iu Feebler fc
Buhl's buildhig. Mr. Bach carries a
fine assortment of gents' furnishing
goods; also a complete stock of gro
cencs. He is a promising young
man of good business qualifi cation
and deserves a good patronrge.
Crusoii & Meuzie carry a general
line of hardware and a complete
stock of agricultural implements.
The St. Charles hotel, a large and
commodious huilding with tables
supplied with the best the marKet
aflbrdf) neat and attractive in all its
apartments, is under the efficient
management of Fhil Smith.
K. L. McClure, barber, is located
one door north of the Bt. Charles
hotel, and gives good satisfaction to
his many patrons.
I. It. Borum runs a barber shop
one door south of Peterson & Wal
lace's real estate office. Close atten
tion to business has won for him a
M. A. Miller, druggist and apothe-cary.-is
proprieter of thej City Drug
Store. Mr. Miller keeps a full line
of drugs an 1 compounds prescriptions
witli iucuracy and despatch. .
Messrs. Beard & Holt are proprie
tors of a first-class drugstore and
carry everything in their line.
Messrs. Peterson fe Wallace, real
ostate agents, aro alive to business,
are attentive to the wants of new
comers nnd offer superior advantages
to homo-seeKers and purchasers of
T. C. Feebler d Co, arc engaged in
the real estato busines. Bargains in
real estate will be offered on applica
tion at their office.
Lebanon has three saloons. J. W.
Guy ii proprietor of the Lebanon
Munsey &. Meyer keep the Arcade
Mr, Brown is proprieter of tbo
"Sample Boom." The above-named
gentlemen keep quiet, orderly hous??.
Jacob Am is proprieter of the sad
dle and burnous store.
J. Leonard A Son, boot nnd shoe
makers have been located but a
short time; but do a good business.
M. J. Hendrickson, manufacturer
of boots and shoes, is long and favor
ably known as a good honest work
man. Jos. Harbin docs general black
smithing. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The medical fraternity is well rep
resented by L. fyley, M. I)., grad
uate of Willameto University, has
been practicing here for seventeen
years, end enjoys tho confidence of
J. S. Courtney, a graduate of an
eastern medical college, and has
practiced in this place for three
years. He has made a fine impress
ion and has many friends.
Dr. J. A. Lamberson lias a good
practice, principally in the rural dis
tricts, and has a large circle of
l)h C. II. Duckctt, dentist, lately
of Wisconsin, has opened a neat
ofllce and is prepared to warrant all
Dr. 8. Dudley is a well established
dentist and has an extensive practice.
Lebanon has a largo furniture
store owned by W. A. Goan, whose
sales we understand are large.
We have a pinning mill operated
by Walton fc Wiley.
Messrs. Humphrey fc Taylor oper
ate just outsido the city limits, and
have a lumber yard in town.
Mr. G. W. Wheeler owns a saw
mill inside the city ligiits and does a
Ed. Kellenberger is proprieter of
our meat marKet, which furnishes
the people with every Kind of meat
Known to the tiade.
Frf. Wilkes and Miss Maggie Sut
ton vlnited the school during the past
week. Oall again.
We are glad to see Miss Beuna
Kirkpatrick iu school again; she has
been absent for sometime on a la grippe
Some of the ladies are quite affluent
In vindicating their political senti
ments; we suppose that they will be
aspiring for ofllce next spring.
As some of the students are prepar
ing to give recitations at the Teachers'
Institute, the silver cup contest will
be again deterred until some time in
the future, possibly until the close of
Miss Smith and Dr. Hope were pres
ent at our literary meeting last Friday
evening. We hope that they were
sufficiently entertained to induce them
to come again.
Although our case is somewhat
critical; we are not as some of our
I friends suppose!, quite dead yet, but
there Isn't much hope of recovery.
Our citizens are a unit iu all matters
of public Interest.
M. Cuiiterbury, of the firm of Wal
lace & Cu-lck, Albany, was in town on
business this week.
Ilev. Marsells, of Oakland, Or., will
preach Iu the Presbyteriau church
Buuday morning and.eyening.
Mr. Perrigo, representing the Lom
was transacting business in Lebanon
C. M. ltose, lately of Alma, Kmsas,
was in Lebanon Tuesday. He in
formed us thut he was on a prosuect
iug tour with a view to locating per
manently. A numlier of lady friends, called
on Mrs. Cyrus last Wednesday after
noon and gave her a farewell party.
The evening was spent in a very
J. T. Brown, Grand Medical Direct
or'A. O. U. W., will address tne citi
zens of Lebanon and vicinity, to-morrow
evening, on the subject of A. O.
U. W. All are Invited.
P. Mclntyre, lately from Portland,
but now located in .Salem, gave us a
cull to-day. Mr. Melntyre has been
speculating in wool since he severed
his connection with the B. W. M. Co.
We understand thut he is in the em
ploy of the Kay Woollen mill Co., of
The Elite Literary Swiety will dis
fluss thejquestion, "Resolved that Gen.
Grant was a greater man than Gen.
Lee, at the meeting of that society on
Friday evening next. The aftl'nia
tive of the question will be represent
ed by A. Nickerson, C. B. Montague
and F. M. Miller. The negative will
be championed by 1?. N. Wright, C. CJ
JIacklemaii and M. A. Miller.
MUST NOT BE PERMITTED TO (1ET RUSTED
FOR WANT OF EXERCISE, SO
JUST TO HIOVE TO OURSELVES AND
HAVE NOT LOST THE
The Last Rows of Winter,
AND WE PROrOSETO PLAY FOR
BANK NOTES ;
ARE WHAT WE PROPOSE TO BLOW OUT AND BLOW IX.
THE"' LAST ROWS OF WINTER GOODS
THATLINGER ON UUR SHELVES MUST GO WITH THE SEASON.
Come and see us. Next to the
C. C. HACKLEMAN,
We have opened a New Store
Feebler & Buhl's Old StanD.
And wish to announce to the people of
Lebanonon and vicinity that
WE HAYE COME TO STAY.
Give us your support, for we intend to
stay among you. We have a good and
fresh stock of
G R O C E R I E S,
Canned Goods of all Kinds, Confections
TOBACCO & CIGARS, CROCKERY, ETC., ETC.,
In fact, everything that can
be found in a first-class
Grocery StorB. '
A First-Class Line of Gent's FurnishiHgs. .
Wefiell Only First-Class Goods1 ;
Goods. Give us a call and secuW
Uodroek nriees, new gomla and stan
dard brand at both the Mammoth and
!ne l'riee Cash Btore of C. B. Monta
gue. BIG JIABOAIN.
160 Aero tot UllOO.
This la all rich land and capable of
high cultivation, good upringa near
house, small orchard bearing plenty of
fruit, and an abundance of good ok
and fir wood und pole timber. First
cluss for Fruit or J)iry Farm. Situa
ted thrcu miles from Lebanon. For
full particulars call on K. G. BEARDS
LEY, Real Estate Agent, Broiidnlbln
Street near First, Albany, Oregon.
THE TUNE IS
EVERY NOTE THERE IS IN-IT
in exchange' for
First-class work at JlcClure'a barl
Bedrock price, near good and bU
dard brand at both the Mammoth a
On Price Cash Stores of C. B. Mon
Pernona wishing to buy wood canj
it at $1 W a cord on the ground, jimt
the edg') of town, or I will dellyor it
$2. (.'all on mo in person or lee
orders at Donaea's store. :
When you destire a pleasant h j'
try Bt. Patrick' Pill;. They emi
ways Ik) dop-udod upon, and do i
nauseate the stomach nor grip-'
bowels. For sale by M. A. Miller,