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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1891)
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1891.
Ho to T. C Feebler for groceries.
The Albany Journal has ceased
Kemcmber the picnic at L acorn b
Mr. S. Pal sly, of Albany, was In
. F. M. French, the Jeweler, Albany
keeps railroad time.
A basket social at Tangent June 12th,
ly the grange of that place.
Mr. J. M. Wiley is making some
Improvements on his house.
Just received, a fine line of perfumery
at Smith & Miller's drug store. .
SuJo proposes to celebrate the
glorious fourth in grand style.
M. A, Miller is agent for the cele
brated Cleveland ready-mixed paint.
Miss Boliroie Kirkpatrick Is spend
ing the week in Sale in visiting friends
S. P. Bach keeps a line of boots and
shoes as well as Brownsville woolen
Mr. J. M. Ralston and wife were in
town visiting the latter part of last
New nilUiuery goods received direct
ftroni San Francisco every week at Mrs
Mr. McGee, proprietor of the city
restaurant of Albany, was in the city
We have money to loan on improved
farms and ranches. S. K. Steele & Co.
Albany Or. .
Mr. Orve Thompson, who is now in
. store in Salem was in town this
week visiting. ,
After going to Cruson & Menzies1
bard ware store and getting prices, we
find that they are selling goods as low
ms any place In the valley.
Decoration day was suitably cele
brated here Saturday. The address was
delivered by Rev Ciine of Salem.
The contract has been let for the
butliliug of a $15,000 church in Albany,
. fur the XJ. P. denomination.
-We will inform the people of Leba
non and vicinity that there is no extra
charge on trimmed hats at Mrs. S. H.
Miss Townson, of Albany, was in
town Weduesday looking for a loca
tion to open up a store. She is lately
Wm. Unger, who had the misfortune
to have his hand smashed last month,
left Monday for the hospital in Port
land for treatment.
Moslats. Peterson A, Garland and Mr.
Cal Burkhart negotiated the sale of
liichTd liiggatts fine farm near the
Butte. The price paid was $5500.
Ladies don't throw your old jewelry
away; yon can have it made as nice as
ew by the City Jeweler at City drug
store-. lo fancy prices.
Judging from my increasing trade,
Baker is wanted in Lebanon to sell
: boots and shoes, dry goods, groceries,
tin ware, crockery-, and everything in
a general store.
Services next Sabbath, June 7th.
morning and evening at the M. E.
eh urea South. Subject for evening
discourse A scepter of rgightness."
AH cordially invited to attend.
Yuunt & Kimball, wbolsale and
retail dealers in all kinds of nursery
and ornamental stuck, of DatIas,Oreg.,
are canvassing our town and eounty,
and will make a delivery this fall.
. If you wish to know what home
manufacture will do call at E. Goan's
furniture store and see the new
furniture made right here in Lena
nun. The best furniture in the
world. JE. Coan.
Kev. C A. McDonald is agent for
tins famous Ep worth pianos and
organs, which for tone, durability and
finish, are unexcelled. Inquire at Ex
fitrts office for prices and terms.
linker's shoes have arrived from the
East and San Francisco, and there are
no better in Lebanon in quantity, qual
ity or prices; and cash is the lever that
downs prices. Remember the place,
Baker's One-Price Cash Store.
We wish to announce to the public
that we have a large stock of wagons,
buggies, backs and carts, direct j
from the factory in the East. We have I
selected these goods to suit the climate,
roads and people of this vicinity, and j
we cordially invite all those wishing I
to oull on us before purchasing else
where. ... . Crusojn & Mekziss.
Chas. Se&rs was arrested on com
plaint of jreo. iiurfctiart, of fepicer,
charged with violating the law in
reference to riding bicycles on the
roads, and on pleading guilty was
fined $10 and cost, a total of $19. The
offence happened a couple weeks ago'
oeultiH: in Mr. . Bark hart's team,
while the wagon was loaded with
children, nearly running off, doing
several dollars damage to the wagon.
In almost every neighborhood there
. is some one or more persons whose
lives have been saved bv Chamber
tain's Colic, Choleric and Diarrhoea
Remedy, or who have been cured of
chronic diarrhoea by it. Such persons
take special pleasure in. recommend
ing the remedy to others. The praise
that follows the introduction and use
makes it very popular. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by M. A. Miller.
The city council of Albany, has
advertised for seal bids for the building
of the bridge across the Willamette
river at that place, to be built at
the foot of Calapooia street. The
bridge is to be 1320 feet in length and
and 20 feet wide in the . clear and coni
IMsedofslx spands. Approaches to be
300 foot and 345 feet respectively. The
bridge is to be completed by the first
of December. : We congratulate Alba
ny on securing the bridge, it will
certainly be of great advantage,
and is very much needed. .-.
The bpw iewfiler at the City drue
store is a practical watelimaker iu t he ,
twenty-four year continuous xperi- ! affd mast be paid at once. I need my
enee at the bench, he is able to do any ! money .as without it I cannot do busi
work 011 wateheB, clocks and jewelry nesSi Please be ready to settle as
that can be dotje In any city. His l
prices are -based upon Eastern prices,
wild von can always fret your work 1
w hen prfmtisi'rt.
Go to S. P. ISach for boots and shoot.
Brownsville will celebrate the glori
ous fourth this year.
W. H. Booth M. D. physician and
surgeon, Lebanon Oregon,
Mr. Geo. Hale is in Yamhill county
this week, delivering books.
Prof. Wright has accepted a position
in Peobler's grocery store
MissOra Ballard Is suffering very
much with poiscn oak.
Mr A Hackleman past through town
Wednesday with 150 head of cattle
which he was taking over to Bunch
There are a great many stranger to be
seen on our streets now which means
Rey L ft mar returned home Wednes
day from below Albany, where he has
been helping In a meeting
IB pounds extra C sugar for (I at
T. C Peebler's.
Quite a number of our citizens are
in attendance at the Linn county pio
neers1 meeting at Brownsville.
Mrs. Jno Banta and children left
Teuaday for Hot Springs on stay of
Mr. A J Roberts, has moved into
the house with his father, in ohe of
Mrs. W. J. Ray will do plain sewing.
Mr. Bennett, our depot agent, is In
Harrisburg this week visltlug rela
tives. On Wednesday Mr J F Hide, of this
place was appointed by the commis-
sions'courtjustice of peace of Lebanon
precinct. We think the appointment
will give general satisfaction.
Will exchange for a good milk cow,
one new sewing machine, latest im
provements, high arm, full set of at
tachments, fine furniture, all walnut,
seven drawers and drop leaf, self-
bander and threader. Apply to the
new Jeweler at City drug store.
Frank Thompson had the nnsfor
tune to get two of his fingers cut off
Wednesday over on the Oregnnian
R. R. Dr. Courtney was called and
dressed the wound.
Chas. Smith returned home Wednes
day from across the mountains. Chas.
says the range is better than it has been
for years over there. He said they
had good success in getting the cattle
to Clay pool's ranch and Chas. Walton
had expected a position on the ranch.
Mr Geo. Alexaneer formerly of the
Express left Wednesday for Eugene
his old home. He contemplates buy
ing an interest in the Browmsville
Times, and in that event will locate
Tuesday's Albany Democrat says:
This forenoon a very delicate and
skillful operation was performed by
Dr. Maston, assisted by Drs. Davis and
Kelly, at the residence of Hon. L. H
Montanye in the removal of a ten
pound overariou tumor from Mrs.
Anrilla Combs, of Eugene. Mrs. Combs
is doing as well as cau be expected,
with fair prospects of recovery.
It is asserted that the men arrested
and brought back from Bntte Montana
as the supposed murders of Mr. Bar
bour, are not the rirht men. The
police authorities, at Portland, seem
reticent when asked as to the evidence
against the men. but claim to have a
good deal, which will be forthcoming
at the examining trial on 19th lust.
Mrs. Barbour will not go east until
after that date, we are informed.
Yesterday morning Mrs. Rebecca F
Jones, and her daughter Sarah J oiks
a middle-age woman, who have been
residing in the sou rt hern suburbs of
the city, were taken before Judge
Blackburn, and a board of examining
physicians, consisting of Drs. G- W.
Maston and J. P. Wallace, and were
declared insane and taken to the asy
lum at Salum. They have been a ter
ror to the neighlmrhood and had used
insulting and abusive language in a
public manuer uutil it became unbear
Mrs. .Tones and her daughter form
erly lived in Lebanon and are known
to many of the people here.
The ever glorious Fourth will be
dulyjcelebrated in our sister city, Cor
vallls, no says the Times.
Monday night last a farewell scoial
was tended Mr. Geo. Alexander at the
residence of Mr. Adams in the way of
a suprise party. A very pleasent eve
ning was spent by all present, who re
gret very much the loss of Mr. Alexan
der from the society of our town.
i The iost office will be in the
red front store after Judge Miller
takes charge of it.
Ono day this week F. M. Miller
bongnt the 18 feet between Han
sard saloon and -the St. Charles
hotel including the barber shop,
consideration $800. The Judge
intends erecting anicebuildrng on
the grounds in the near future.
I. R. Borum has secured the
services of Mr. Lewis and will here
after run two chairs in his barber
shop. Mr. Lewis has worked in
Albany for the past year and has
the reputation of a first class bar
ber. Mr. Martin Dayton, who has
traveled by team 500 miles looking
for a farm stopped in Lebanon. He
was referred to Mess. Peterson &
Garland who succeeded in finding
the long-looked for farm that suit
ed Mr. D. to a T., and closed the
trade at once.
The Arkansaw Prodigies, the
wonderful Waldrop children, will
appear at the First Presbyterian
cnurcn, tins city, oil evening tiuuc
10. Earnings from the engage
ment go towards buying an organ
for the Baptist Sunday school.
The survey for a motor line from
Lebanon to Sodaville was made on
last Wednesday, and Prof. Barzee
informs no that a joint stock com
pany will be formed and incorpor
ated right away, composed of citi
zens of Sodaville and Albany.
On and after June 1st. R. N. Wright
will take charge of my books and is
hereby duly authorized to make all
is. All accounts are now due
noon as your account comes to you.
T. C. Peebler.
Prof. Brown preached here on
Prof. Arnold has charge of the sing
ing school; has thirteen sc hollars and
is getting along nicely.
Miss LHlie Smith while out straw
herring got polsened, has been quite
sick the past few days.
Mr. William Fruit and B. F. Phil
lips found a nice swam of bees on their
way home from church last Sunday.
We learn that Mr. Jas. A. Smith
went to Brush Creek Monday last.
Mrs. I. M. Cooper is visiting relatives
in this vicinity.
We are told Mess. C. E. Craig, Chas.
Ncwland and Warren Arthur are tak
ing music lessons under Prof. Arnold.
B. F. Phillips, is soliciting orders for
a framed family record. Which he Is
selling very cheap.
Rev. Jno. Tunison, of Mohawk, Is
visiting his brother, Mr. A. Tunison of
Mr. Will Arnold, of BrownyUle
who has been visiting his brother, T.
Arnold, of this place, left for home,
North American Pis Biter.
A suggestion: if you are troubled
with rheumatism or a lame back al
low us to suggest that you try the fol
lowing simple remedy: Take a piece
of flannel the size of the two hands,
saturate it with Chamberlain's Pain
Baini and bind it on over the seat of
paiu. It will produce a pleasant
warmth and relieve you of all pain.
Many severe cases have peen cured
in this way. The Pain Balm can be
obtained from M. A. Miller.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Klectric Bitters sing the same song of
praise. a purer medicine uoes not ex
ist and it is tfuaranufM lo on an mat is
claimed. Klectric Bitters will cure all
diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will
remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum
and other a 1 lections caused by impure
blood. Will drive Malaria from the
svHtem and nrevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Head-
ache, Constipation and Indigestion try
Klectric Bitters. Entire satisfaction
guaranteed or monev refunded. Price
50 cts. and $L00 per bottle at Roberta &
Miller's drug store.
CROW FOOT SCRATCHES,
Caw! Caw! Caw! Here we are once more
Although the "trow" lias been living in
obwurity for a considerable spell we have
at l&pt been entirei! to come to the front.
8ince our last writing, we have been
kicked at, threats have been made to
thrash na, onr eulogy has been pronounced
and so on, vet in the face of all this we
again perch ourselves to tell the newa of
Krery body busy.
The sprinp term of school at the Crow
Foot academy dosed last Friday with im
posing: exercises. Prof. Hardin's pleasant
face will lie missed in the vaciuity during
the vacation, at least
Prof. Given M. I.T of Portland is stopping
in the Foot, at present, recuperating and
drinking soda water.
Mr. Geo. W. Curtis and fanulv, of thi.
place, removed to Portland this week,
where they expect to reside in the future.
We are sorry to see them leave, but our
loss will be Portland's (rain.
Caw! Caw! taw! Hoop la for the nioter
line, the survey of which was made this
week. This road will doubtless be of much
benefit to the Crows, a th:i . n:ar be w
can get out to see something.
The (Cheadle) cheese factory at litis place
is running nt full blast, with Mr. M. P.
Taylor at the helm, Mr. Taylor, who is
lately from the east shows proficiency and
skill in the art of cheesemakine: and a
evidence of his ability in tins direction, has
now some fine cheese on the shelf, which
will soon be ready for the market.
As this is our first scratching this season
and our c.lnws are soft, we deem it beat to
lie a little cautious untill we see how it
looke in print. Tti the mean while we will
fly over to I-aeorab, Waterloo," Willow
Prairie, Sweet Home and some other places
and get a few pointers on the art of news
jitrT i. 1st.
Following is the jury list drawn for
the circuit court which convenes at
the court house in Albauy, on June
Johnson White, Orleans; J. W. Gar
dner, Fox Valley; Orlando Pickens,
Sweet Home; T F Smith, Halsey; I F
Conn, Albany; ieo. dine, Albany;
Frank Moist, Lebanon; David Burk
hart, Albany; L F Smith, Tangent; W
K Temple, Center; Jos KIkins, Leban
on; Cord Titus, Scio; J W Swank, Cen
ter; Frank Trites, Albany; liobt An
drews, Halsey; L White, Brownsville;
W W Parrish, Waterloo; John Denny,
Lebanon; Enoch Shelton, Franklin
Butte; John Summerville, Harrisburg;
Mark Hulbert, Orleans; The Butler,
Albany. Hon C J Shedd, Shedd; Hon
8 M Pennington, Albany; James Hun
ter, Albany; Wm C Davis, Albany; J
W Bishop, Waterloo; G B Splawn,
Brush Creek; C E Rockwell, Browns
ville; W H Pugh,Orleans;A L Camion
fee for Sale.
The Albany Ice Co. have filled our
lee house, and all parties wishing ice
can get it by calling on us at 1 cent per
pound. Guy & Mayer.
W C Peterson and wife returned
home Monday from a visit to Wood
burn Your Face.
You can get your picture taken for
$1 50 per doa. at Crawford A Paxton's,
Motive to .Farmers.
Wanted at once, chickens, ducks,
geese, turkeys, dried fruits, butter,
c-KgH, and all kinds of farm produce,
for which I will pay the highest price
in cash or exchange for goods.
G. W. Simpson,
There will be a meeting of the congrega
tion or the First Presbyterian church on
Sabbath next at the hour of three o'clock
r. m. for the purpose of calling a minister.
All members, and others interested arc
earncstlv requested to be present.
J. M. Masks.
H abdware, Stoves an i Ranojs
MATTHEWS & WASHBURN,
Editor Lebanon Express:
Alt right Mr. Iter, I think your sug
gestion a good one, so here goes.
Camp-meeting Is now In progress.
Fully eight hundred people were In
our little city last Sunday.
Blore than twenty lots have been
sold, to di ire rent parties, during the
week by Mr. Barzee. This Insures,
uot lens than six new residence soon,
to be filled with desirable families.
A company has been organized con
sisting of several capitalists of this
place and Albany, for the purpose
of building a mnter line from this
point to Lebanon. This ts no foolish
ness, hut a sure go. A party of five
men accompanied the surveyor from
here this morning, (Wednesday) to
locate the line. Sodaville has made
more pro press during the last mouth,
than the twelve months proceeding it
and all our citizens are jubilant over
Mr. Barzee has commenced active
operation on his new house, which
will be puilt in the Hill addition.
The lumber Ison the ground, and the
house will be pushed to completion as
rapidly aspossiblc. This lathe begin
ntng of many more that will be built
Dr. J. L. Hill and lady, of Albany
were on our streets on Saturday and
A number of people went to Water
loo to attend the baptismal exercise at
that place yesterday.
A new summer house is under
course of construction, at the spring,
under the management of Mr. Al Par
rish. Mr. H. D. Klum has his boarding
house running again.
Mr. Hareman hits several boarders
from a distance already. The hotels
soon be filled.
The new drug store building is
nearly completed and is now receiving
the paint. Mr. Roberts the occupant
elect, will soon take posesuion.
Come correspondents lets
A Wonder Worker.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man
of Burlington, Ohio, states that he had
ln.en under the care of two prominent
physicians, and used their treatment
until he was not able to got around.
They pronounced his case to be Con
sumption and incurable. He was per
suaded to try Dr. King's New Discov
ery lor consumption, toughs and Cold
and at that tune was not able to walk
across the street witnout resting. He
found, Ik-fore he had used half "of a
dollar bottle, that he was much belter;
he continued to use it and is enjoying
rood health. If you have any Throat,
Lung or Chest trouble, try it. We
guarantee sat telnet inn. Trial bottle
free at Roberts 6c. Miller'sdrug store.
FILL I'ltEA.I CUKES:.
Notice Is hereby given lo the cheese
patrons of the Lebanon factory, and to
the general public, that we have se
cured the services of Mr. M. P. Taylor,
an old and experienced cheese-maker.
The skill aud despatch with which he
conducts the business, give evidence of
a thorough knowledge of what he is
doing. By June 20 we expect to have
ou hand a quality of cheese unexcelled
by any made elsewhere In tho State.
We hope to extend our trade to every
town and city in Oregon, aud to fur
nish an article which will be appreci
ated by continued patronage. All or
ders, large and small, will be promptly
With many thanks to our patrons nf
Lebanon, Albany, Seio and Corvallis,
we cordially await all orders.
J. M. M ARK3-
Mess. Parrish A Risteu have opened
a restaurant in the Hansard building
on Main street, and are doing a good
business. A representative of the Ex
press has been there, and since news
pa per men are thoroughly competent vi
pass upon the merits of eatables we
want io say that the bill of fare given
at this place is first class the best of
the market, well coeked being placed
before the hungry. Mrs. Parrish ba
had a good deal of experience in this
line aud serves the guest well. M
Risteu is a baker of experience and it
is the purpose of the firm to put in an
oven and open a bakery. JSo doubt
they will have a liberal support.
"The Jersey I-tly."
Angi.esea Cottage, L B., July 2.
Genllenien: Altho it Is very unusual
for me to use any lotions or
washes, still, in answer to your
request, I have tried Wisdom's
Violet Cream aud Jiobertine. The
former I consider especially efiicacious
in canes of roughness of the skin, and
1 have been using it every day for the
last fortnight. 1 have found the
Rotertine an excellent preparation in
canecs of tan, sunburn, etc., cau wed by
exposure to March winds and a July
sun. Yours faithfully,
Lii-i.ie La NO TRY
To Messrs. Wisdom A Co.
Most of the Block has been
scribed on the new canal
eer O'Connor has completed
labors, and left a map and profile
of the route selected. Mess. Gar
land & Peterson have been engaged
drawing deeds to the riftht of way,
about all of which has been secur
ed, and Mess. Ralston and others
are engaged upon that work. By
the time of our next issue we hope
to be able to report work about be
ginning. Administrator's rotio.
Notice m hereby Riven thnt, by virturo of an
onler of the County lourt ol latin county. Orenu
made and duly entered of record (herein. May
28, 191, the i:nderKiKiied N. R. DulpU'ish was Kf-
E Milled administrator of the oMuie of Wm. M.
artiour, di-d'd. Any and all iHirwrnx Imvfujr
claims akaliutt said estate are hereby notified to
present tliein. with propter vouchers, to the uiider-
oti. Ijnii county, Oregon within six moiitlut from
this date. Lebanon, or.. June ft. ISttL.
N. 8. ItAUiKlSH, Adm'r
Est. Wm' Barbour, Dec'd.
SAITL M. GARLAND,
C. E. RANOUS,
Carpenter & Builder.
All Kinds Repairing & Jobbing
Done on Shortest Notice.
UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY
Shop on Main Street, Next Door to
BOOTS, SHOES and FURNISH
We wish to announce to our good friends in
Lebanon and vicinity that our Spring Stock is now
all in, and is
ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL
TO HE TFIE
FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE
Ever Brought to the Willamette Valley.
." IN :
YOUNG MEN'S DRESS SUITS
We carry everything that is New and Novel, guar
anteed to fit equally as well as your Merchant Tailor
can fit you. .
Among other celebrated brands and makes, we
carry a full line of the Highly-Tailored Clothing
fr"-- Vifr ifftnagr-irT j----
A full and complete line of Men's Business Suits
ranging in price from $7 50 to $14.
Agents for Albany Woolen Goods, and a full line
A full line of Shoes and Boots at Popular Trices.
Latest Styles and Patterns in Furnishing Goods.
Come an d see us when in the city.
Lj. Iftallace & Co.
ALBANY'S LEADING CLOTHIERS.
'The Birthplace of Great and Honest Bargains."
y 24 m "KhiiaYonWalt," U
f i X "'"'""Will ,rJ ?.-""?!5:Xi3 BUT CURES - ta
C. 'Lovelee's is the Cheapest Place in Linn
County to Get a Suit Made to Order.
A NEW LINE OF GOODS JUST RECEIYED.
Call and Inspect the Goods if you do
not Leave your Order.
WHEN YOU GO TO ALBANY
Knapp, Burrell & Company
-ARE THE LAU013ST DEALERS IN
On. the Xoilio Coast.
THEY A HE ALSO AGENTS FOlt
Bain Wagrons, Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows, Deer-
ing Binders and Mowers, Ughtning Hay Press, Etc.,
-AND IEAIiERS IN-
Fine Buggies, Racine-Hacks, Road Carts,agons
And Vehicles of Every Descriptiou, Iinrb Wire, Etc.
Call and Examine Their Stock. Orders by Mail or Telegraph
Promptly A'tended To.
F. H. R0SC0E,
We cannot all po and fight Italians; some must stay at
home and look after the widows and orphans, wives and
We cannot all he heroes; some of us must stay at home
and sell Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, &c. But there is con
siderahle elory for the man who succeeds in being the best
merchant of Lebanon. We are Irvine to secure the plorv
with a capital G, and are succeeding pretty well. It is get
ting to he quite generally recognized that we are setting the
pace for our competitors.- When people -want anything in
our line they know we are apt
We Like It,
To he understood, and will try
C. O HACKLEMAN,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes for CASH.
WIIITV VISTTTTVf i A T Tt A. 7V"V-
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE
Ij . 13- BLAIA'S.
NEW STYLES! NEW PRICES!
Also an Elegant Stock of Cloths in Merchant Tailoring-
Department with Frst-Class Tailoring.
WILL & LINK,
(Successors to Will Bros.,)
Pianos and Organs,
Musical Merchandise & Sewing Machines,
Invite the people of Lebanon and vicinity to acquaint them-"
II. F. MILI.KR
These instruments- they keep in stock, hot solicit ordera for "Steinway" and
Welter" Pianos. Our prices are the lowest, riheet Music, Books and Small
Instruments a specialty. The best iSewing Machine in the market on easy
terms. Write for catalogues.
W. J. Hay,
ew Baggies ! 1
NEW WI EN!
Kew Horses !I !
EVERYTHING ,! ivJltn 1
IS NEW AND I; -iaZ-Jii t .
H'f ' Hie
We solicit a share of the patronage of the public generally.
Special attention given to Draying and Hauling.
HAY & PETERSON, Lebanon, Or
Used in Mfflidns-of H6mes 40 Years tHe Standard.
to have the lowest price on it.
very hard to keep up our rep
Albany, Oregon. -
L. J. Peteksom
Hev Harness III!
can furnish ttie bent ami
Stock boarded by
he dav or montk.