The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, July 10, 1891, Image 4

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Lebanon. Express.
H.Y.KIRKPATRICK,
Editor - and - Proprietor.
Wesley L. Davis is the new
rditor of the Newport Times.
The next meeting of the National
Editorial Association will be held
in St. I'anl, July 14.
"The total shipmant of gojd from
the United Status to Europe from
January 1 to May 30, i HoS,i$4r
Blaine, Gladstone and Bismark
are heing continually reported as
Jn-ine each 'afflicted "with several
dozen dangerous diseases.
The democrat of Iowa Vnow a
good thing when they see it, and
for this reason have re-nominated
r Governor Boise. He will be a
favorite son if re-elected.
' The Oresron Seont, the well-prin-,
twl and nioeiv made-up weekly,
jiuUished at Union, by IS. Chaney,
one of the most readible of ex
ehanircs received at this office.
Dr. E. V. Barnes, member of the
last Oregon legislature from Wal
lowa county, lias lately purchased
the Border Signal, a newspaper in
that county, and will editorially
conduct the same.
In Seattle there are 420 men en
jraiied in the disposal of "corner
lots'' or "'desirable acreage prop
erty;" 289 representatives of liti
gants, and 251 places to get drunk.
ts a bald man who could
-wsit this Sound -city and
escape whole from this mind-and-jmrse-
destroying combina ion.
A roetlel juror has been found in
the trial of the directors of the New
York New Haven R. K. under
indictment for using stoves in the
cars run over a railway in New
. York. The juror had never heard
of Chauncey M. Depew. This for a
man living'iu New York was ex
ti.iordiiis.ry ignorance, and he was
accepted.
. , In Sing Sing prisen. New York,
( the four murderer, Slocum.Smiler,
Wood and Jngiro, were electrocuted
Julv 7. The execution was not at
tended with hororible consequences
f ' witnessed in the Klemmlsr scorch-
. ,' " jug. The execution took place in
presance of dotors, spirit ual ad vis-.
- . . ors, and officers. By a prearrnnge-
i nient of signals, it was understood
that the raising of a white flag
meant that Biocuni was dispatched ;
a lda" flag the death of Smiler;and
a black flag for the negro, Wood;
' and a red flag for the Jap.
Jmiitob Lepasok iiiPKEas:
Through tbe kindness of a friend tlie
fullowing was directed to my uotlee:
Aiidv T. Kiehote lias his bnuie finteb
i I uppo from the way he is fixing
up lie is going to get a bouse-kaepcr
iK-fore Iouk. Some one lewhe cat ut
f the Iceboat him and Miss Mealy.
Kr Xicbois visits there pretty often
tune will tell.
I will say it a dastardly lie and
R!iy man thai can m revel in slander
to use a respectable woman's name
in that manner is a low-lifcd hound.
I bave my opinion of whom tbe writer
is. and let me say here, that if repeat
ed I will nut auswerftir tbecounetjuen
''Cea. '' ',",'.' '
J O. MEALET.
Sweet Home Or.
Lawk Sociable The Litl'" "f the
M. K. cliiirf li wit! liive a luvit emialile
at the nafiiirnee of J '.V. Men&io Fri
day evening, July i. 1;. ;t4hu;tiiUi
will In- served.
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to . ih'ZU ln'M M: Hip Amdi-my. hwi.:l!ti!r
f 'i"v tifi mid Mf'iitul iluiKJa IU4 f. M. Suiiduy
Jk'mltfttUilWr.ll.
EAST AND SOUTH
" ;, VIA
Southern Pacific Route.
THK MOV NT R II A NT A EOI TE.
Kirr.css Tjuis lkavi portlakd Tujvc:
Tiip P. M.
.8:lu A. U.
AT
Altwiy At 1 A. M.
AbevetntinsiQuDonlyu the following stations
imnliof Rt-biire: tut ronUittl, unuu ity,
Wuutlbutn. 6ab?iQ, AHudt. Tuigtiut, Sliwlds.
HaLy, ilutubuEg, J miction CUj , irvluf mid
KoMbarc Mail Dmiif
HUSH A. U. t Lt Ponlond , Ar I 40 P. 41.
M. ! hf AliMUT Ar M.
o:Hr. 31. 1 AT Kusebiiry lx 6S) A, M.
"Albany LicJ DilyEeit Sunda;.)
P. M. i Lv IVirtiHiid Ar S:C0 A. II.
F. M. Af Aibauy Lv ftaK A. M.
Local Paasouser Train llaily Kxoept
8uuday.
I'. M. J.t Albany
.':i 1'. M. AT Itwiiua
A.M. ( IiT AliMUiy
A- M. At U'bautm
ATtflJS Ju
LviK40 A.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Tourist SiaEKPiko Cars
Vor accomfxlatioauf7L"oiMi-W lassc risers it-
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BETWEEN POKTLA U akdCOK V A LLI8.
Mall Train lalljti:x(iept Sunday.)
7.3) i. M. I LV
Portland
CurvnUia
I 5.H A. H.
f IXai p. M.
At Albany and Corrallm couuect with trains of
Ortgtm pwrilic Kailroul.
sprH Train Dally (Pzimpt Sunday .
4 11' T. X. 1 LV
;. V. M. 1 AT
Portland at a. m.
NcNmvilh! lv 5.i a. x.
WTbrmiirb frkRts to sll pntntc KaM md South
Fur ;t:kt. and fall inform ahou rtpantmp rMvu
ui?k. tc, tkU on Co' agent ax Ls!inm. Or.
R.KOEHLER, E-P.ROCKKS,
Manager. ask . t'. P. Agi.
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E. Hogg, Receiver
AND
Oregon DevelopsisTit Go's Stemslip line
225 MUm Shorter I 30 Honrs Leat Tlmel
Than by any other Boute.
FIRST-CJ.A66 THROUGH PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT LINE
From Portland aud all points in lite Willamette
Valiey to and from tan f raucisoo, Cai.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
HUE PCHEUL'LE Except Suudays.)
Lv Yttuina "SO A 31
C.'-;rfTi.iliiH!-A5 A M
Ar Aliiaiiv lliw A M
Lv Allmny 1: .-Ji' V M
LvCorvaiiw i:ti 1' 51
Ar Ynutmia.... 4:.i F K
O. 4l C trains eonneet at Albany and Curvanis.
The tdMivp iistiM eonnpet at YBquiita with the
Oregon Ifevclopoient Conipany'c line .of titt'iiia
sltiptt betweec i, aijuiiuL and &tu FranciK-o.
SAILING DATES.
S. S. Willamette Valley.
WILL tAIL -Frrrni
Ya)iiina.......Jnne 4, June IS. -TtnwE.
Frouj 6ml Tiieaco m.Usy ai, " &. lfe A J7.
This ramiwiTy rewrvw the right to change tail
iag date without iioucfc.
; WM. . ITOAO.
C. C HOWE. (ieneral aiaimgar.
G. J. P. AgBULCorvallis, or.
Gild's Blessinc to Bnmantty.
w So Sayfc an Orvgoii Pioneer Ninety Yeare Old.
fw.ffT Gicovu, .. Marrh !8.
Iha-ffeunfl the OHF.ON KIDNKY 7A and
mitMintKi immtftliale ivlief. It w (rod bltm? io
buajiiiji;v. I take nleaure in TOvonifsieudiiu.'
loll uSlRt-d. Iain n-ivr neatly niiity yearn
old. came ultKw in 1WJ in thr einfdoy of the
Hudon Uttv fVjinpiiUT, and aim 1 tega; mng
Iht HUMUS KIDNEY TEA I enjov bihhI Jwalth.
IAV1JJ jk shoe.
IRB. a H. C0VAXTH
Emporium of Fashion
Is Tepiptr with the late Btylw of lint, nonneb
mad evezy toneiy w lw;atl-irfitr known lu
tlie .iiiuliitukt wuriU.
A Flrn-Hniw TireTOakilij! flhiwv in eommniati.
w iilnji i.Tfde(i nvur !y Inill." lto mniie
Culling and Fining a bjitiiiaUr.
Ost Door SotTH OF nut ""ExpRErti" Ojthie
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
. Chaoded lively Week.J
Wheat 88c.
Oats "We.
Hhv-MM.i ikmt ton.
flnur H 4M iiil jicr Kick.
C Imii tl 5iJ it-r c t.
ltrun filii p;r owl.
Midnliwrx SloOfirrcwt.
Puttit.i. -ic. '
Apih rlf(l. R?wrlb.
J'liiiiih Iril, 7c.
OfSI'UlH
till Tiff, no.
JVirk lii'i'd. ot.fit:. -I.i.rtl
!'- ' 14.
Hiinw li'folK' jier Hi.
hlltiUidfm lre.ilK.-. .
I'tft .13ift lr In.
Jwi H 1 per diz.
Iui ki-7 SW pi-r Uw.
Cliirkeiia 4 (Wfn S IN).
TurkfVH mU rr lb.
F(f" ltic per (lio.
"Gutter k! per Ih.
Hitles--r u, 2' if, i'y, 6c.
AT COST!
To aiake Rount for My
SPRING & SUMMER STOCK,
t OF
DRY GOODS,
FURHISHIHG GOODS, 1KB SOTIOHs,
1 WILL CLOSF OVT MY
Entire Stock of
Boots & Shoes
ATCOST.
Now is the Time to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
. . TUB- '
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
MAIL ORDERS
Promptly attended.
W. F. READ,
JLilmiiT, Oregon.
. .$gffooUot
MERCHANT TAILOR,
CLEAKiye AXS EEPAIMXG
Promptly and Smt'y Done.
LebanoiijOregon
G.T.G
DEALER IS
Groceries Proiision,
Tobacco, Cig-arrst,
rSmokers' Lr
tieles, I3te.
Foreign and Domestic
Fruits and Confectionery
QueollBware and Glamware, Lftui
and Lump .Fixtures.
' Pays Cash For Eggs.
Main St., LEBANON, OR.
LEBANON
in niwrr. . 1
Meat Market,
EI. KELLEKBESQEE, Peji
Prest & Salted Beet Pork, Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, and Ham.
Baeorj ard Card lluiays or) flaijd.
Uaia Street, Lebanon, Or.
Glothiiig,
BOOTS, SHOES and FURNISH
ING GOODS.
We wish to announce our good friends in
Lebanon and vicinity that our Spring Stock is now
all in, and is
ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL
TO HE THE
FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE
Ever Brought to the Willamette Valley.
YOUNG MEN'S DRES SUITS
We carry everything thatjs New anil Novel, 'guar
anteed to fit equally as well as your Merchant Tailor
can fit you. 5
Among other celebrated brands and makes, we
carry a full line of the Highly-Tailored Clothing
manufactured by
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
in stock.
A full line of Shoes and Boots at Popular Trices.
Latest Styles and Patterns in Furnishing Goods.
Come and see us when in tlie city.
T. JL. Wallace k Co.,
ALBANY'S LEADING CLOTHIERS.'
"The Birthplace of Great and Honest Bargains."
WILL & LINK,
(Successors to Will Bros ,)
DEAI.Elt in
Pianos and Organs,
Musical Merchandise & Sewing Machines,'
Invite the peojile of Lebanon and vicinity to acquaint them
selves with .
VOSE i HONS' J laiiuo.
PAI.AI-E.
KtWMiX IIKOB-,
Anil fcAKUlf
Organs.
Tbwte inatratneiit tlicy keep In slock, but solicit ordcra for "Stelnway" ami
"Weber" PiaiKM. Our pries are tbe loweat. Kbeet Music, Uonkii and Bmull
lnstrunit'iits a snei'litlt v. The best Hewing Macbinee in the market ou easy
terms, N rite for euUilujrues.
Second Street,
Albany, Oregon.
Mr-
mi
.00
7S
V. L DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE
notea, .ml so OMmiMMl on Ixlom. AtldDtt,
C. C. HACKLEMAN.
DEMVEH,
Oiaah, Kansas City, Cliicai,
8T PAUL, ST. LOUIS.
; ' AKO ALL POINT
East, North p South,
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
C. O. RAWLINCS, Agent,