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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1891)
FRIDAY. AUO. 7, 1801.
V Additional lorals on llrut pnre."l
(Jo to Bach's for choice groceries,
Mm. C. W, Colli) lias returned from
week's ntiiy on tho Pad flo.
F. M, Franoh, the Jeweler, Albany,
l;ui';i railroad time.
Mr, Potor Hume and son made us a
ull this week. Mr. Hume and futili
ty are stopping at Borluvllle at present.
W. H. Booth M. I). pliysielau and
nurcon, Lebanon Oregon,
For bread mill at the Star restaurant.
D. C. Relied, A. I). Matthews, and
L, U. Marshall, uf A Ibuny, have gone
to the mountains for a month's rest
do to Smith & Miller's for all kinds
of machine nils,
After going to Ouson & Mennles1
liurdwurc store and gutting prices, we
11 nd that they are selling goods as low
4is any plane in the valley.
Mr. C. E. Hmlbh, of MuCny, Is now
in the employ of our popular druggist,
M. A, Miller. Mr. M. Is kept quite
busy with hla duties us Mayor and
Secretary of the Uunul Co.
L. M. Wheeler has opened Ills new
meat market. Jrle kecw all kinds of
ineuts, and prnjinaes to treat everybody
well. He solicits a fuir share of put
ronugo. His motto Is "Live and let
J. C. Frey t Son, now In old post of
llco, make collars and other harness.
Mr. H. M. Onrluud and ltev. E. E.
Thompson returned to the coast Mon
Kbw OM.I.KRV. Dodsnn Itros. of
Portland b is open a new photograph
gallery at this place. They are
now ready to take pictures In
side and outside work both done. All
The facts of a fatal accident which
occurred near Hclo lust Thursday came
to us t' 0 lute fur mention in lustweik's
Ixsue. Peter Halfpenny was hitching
his horses to a wagon, when the team
becoming frightened sprang forward,
liiiouklug him to the ground; but before
the wiigou had entirely paused over
hliu, he raised his head, Just ut the un
fortunate moment when the hind axle
would strike him, which It did with
audi force us In fracture tho skull,
causing his almost instant death. De
ceased has since lieun hurried at Albany.
Fnit Balk. Morulmndlse and horses
t inule for lund; choice hotel property
and cheap farms for sale. Inquire of
O. A. Cheney at the Ht. Charles hotel,
Hun. E. R. Hltlpworth mid family
iiust through town Wednesday. They
have been stuylug at. Boduvllle for the
past two weeks.
lu to-day's issue of the Eiti-nnsa,
appears the advertisenientof the Ore
gnu Btute Normal School. It may be
uoted that a new board of regents has
been appointed by the state; mid that
the faculty hits been Increased, He
ebies, the board litis pursued a very lib
eral policy In supplying new appara
tus. The attendance lout year, num
bering pupils front Washington, Iduho
and California will It Is believed this
year be re-hifnrocd by nt least au addi
Mrs. C, H. Kulaton, Cbas. and Je
le lUlntoH, Miss Libblu L'orathors
and J. L. Urlggs left for Cpper Soda
We wish to announce to the public
that we have a lurgo stock of wagons,
buggies, bucks and oarts, direct
froiu the factory in the Bust. We have
selected these goods to suit the climate,
roads and people of this vicinity, and
we cordially invite till those wishing
-to buy anything In this line of goods
to call on us before purchasing else
where. Chuson & JVIemsikh.
Hummer Millinery nt Mrs. Geo.
Itice'a New Styles, New Prices.
Mr. Wm. Ouyand Eddie returned
home from a vlnlt to Dallas.
One dozen hot French rolls for te
cents, at the Star restaurant. Leave
All parties knowing themselves In
debted to John Unger willuow take
notice that all accounts unpaid by
Aug. 1st., W.ll, will be sued upon at
that date. This Is the lost notice to be
given. I ha. e waited long enough.
Pay nil accounts to Smtiuol M. Our-
laud, July 2, 1J1.
From the Brownsville Times wo
learn that one day last week thut Miss
Krnnkle Itlce, while hitching her horse
which she had been riding, wassuverc
Jy kicked by at, in the breust, also froo
luring one rib.
. Go to G. E. Iturdy and Ret your
watch or clock cleaned for 60 cents
(fifty cents.) All work guaranteed.
You can get your work when promised
and don't forget it.
The Oregoniun eaya: Hon. George
Chamberlain, of Albany, Oregon's first
attorney general, la spending a few
days in the city on business. Although
the office of state's attorney general
was only oreatod during the last session
of the legislature and the need of stioh
an official was never felt before, Mr.
Chamberlain already has his hands
full and there Is no question but what
he will And enough to do as long as he
Is in office- In addition to attending
to the wanta of the numerous state In
stitutions and enterprises, Mr. Cham'
berlaln has taken up several corpora
tion grievance thut have been brought
to his notice. At the request of the
business men of Miller's station, aral!
way station ten miles this side of Alba
ny, he has commenced suit against the
Southorn Paoiflc rullwuy company t"
enjoin the company from charging as
muoh tor carrying freight from Miller's
to Portland as from Albany to Port-
laud, The question to be decided Is
whether the company can charge as
much for a short haul as a long huul
aud the issue la to be made a test case.
Mr. Chumlierlaln has also Instituted
condemnatory proceedings to secure
portage railway facilities at the Cas
As we have paid before the office - Is
one of vast importance and In which a
capable official may And quite enough
to do, and the present Incumbent will
do his duty.
Hardware, Stoves and Kanoes
MATTHEWS & , WASHIiUBN,
Ladles' Furnishing Goods, Silks and
Plushes, Cometa aud Underwear,
7-17-lm. Mrs Geo Itlce.
S. P. Bach keeps a line of boots and
shoes as well as Brownsville woolen
Mr, E. C. Phillips, of Albany, with
Mr. Geo, D. Hanford, late of Jefferson,
propose starting a democratic news
piijier at Hlllsborn.
Mr. I. K, Borum wishes to inform
his patronuae that his bath tub Is uow
ready for use.
The fair sex IB wanted to take notice
of the Downs Patent Self-Adjust
ing Corsets, in bliick or drub. Price
1 ' to f 15U . Find them ut Baker's,
The One Price Cash Store
Mr Frank Bklpworth was In town
this week visiting his parent.
There is eonslderu hie excitement now
over the railroad and the motor line.
Mr. E. L. McClure has hud screen
doom put up on his barber shop, "No
files on uhu."
You can buy a watch from the new
jeweller, at the city drug store on the
installment plun.by pnyiug one-tbirty-slxth
partof your purchase each week
until paid for, ut prices as low as etui
be had elsewhere, fur spot cash. No,
MO Reward. I will pay anyone $50
cash foruny watch under one hundred
years old, that was made fur u lime
peice, that I cannot put in perfect or
der at my own desk. ,1 as. Annnx,
The New Jeweller, nt Ci ly Drug Store.
Miss Iva Smith was In Albany the
first of the week, visiting her sister
Get your spectacles at G. E. Hurdy's
26cta. to 11.00 per pair. .
Millinery Largest Stock, Lowost
prices at Mrs. Geo. Rice's.
Caddo Mills, Texas, June 5, 1801.
From my own personal knowledge, I
can recommend Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
cramps in (lie stomach, also for di
arrhoea and flux. It Is the best, medi
cine I have ever seen used and the beat
selling, as It. always gives satisfaction.
A, K. Hhkrrii.l. 26 and DO cent bot
tles for sale by M. A. Miller.
For diarrhoea or summer complaint
in any form, there Is nothing belter
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Mrs. Nimey Kerry,
of Adams, Lawrence Co., Kentucky,
suys one dose of if cured her of an at
tack of diurrhoae. Two or three doses
will cure any ordinury case. When
reduced with water it Is pleasant to
take. tf mid 50 cent bottles for sale by
M. A. Miller.
The following telegram from White
Wright, Texas, indicates that the people
In that vicinity do not intend to be
VhiimberMti &. Co., Dm lHobun, Iowa:
Ship us at once one gross Cliuiubcr
laln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, 2 cent size, mid two dozen
00 cent .slice, We are entirely out and
have had neatly forty ul 1b for It this
week. 0. Y. Rathbun & Co.
For sale bv M. A. Miller,
lil. P. Bach gives 18 oc. for a pounf.
parses. otlwr local uutterou Jtftli:wM..ffjiirJ
Hon. W. H. H. Waters, Attorney at
Law, and former editor of the States
man paid this office a pleasant visit on
Monday, He was astonished at the
rapid growth of our city and expressed
great surprise at the wonderful ad
vancement of Lebanon in the past two
years. He says the half was not told
him of the Improvement.
We cull attention, especially to the
citizens of Lebanon, to the proceedings
of the mass-meeting to be found in an
other column. Nothing but good can
possibly acorue to Lebanon from grant
ing this franchise asked for by the
Sodaville Motor Line Co. Every
movement of this kind can but swell
the volume of Lebanon's business and
contribute to our prosperity; what If
it does help Sodaville and the incorpo
rators, we oan but rejoice at their pros
perity and congratulate them on their
enterprise. Let ns not be narrow
hearted and narrew minded enough to
suppose that their growth will deteri
orate from us let all good citizens give
it a word of cheer and a hearty God
speed. Go to S. P. Bach for boots and shoes.
1UU ItoBd Mais Metlng.
A large and enthusiastic niasa meet
ing was held in Union Hall on the
evening of August 1st, to consider a
proposition from the Sodaville Motor
J. J. Swan was called to the chair
to act os president of the meeting.
Geo. W. Itioe was appointed secretary.
M. A. Miller stated the object for
which the meeting was called.
On motion of J. R. Kirkpatrick the
Direolore of the Sodaville Motor Line
were called on to make their propos'
tiou Dr. Hill then gave a general outline,
and for the city to help get the right
ef way from R. Cheadle, Johu- Withers
and W. C. Peterson, and also for the
olty to give them Railroad street at far
as Vine, East on Vine to Grove, and
North on Grove to the fanul.
A oommlttee of five, composed of F.
M. Miller, Johu G. Reed, J. R. Kirk
patrick, C. H. Ralston and L, Foley
were appointed to confer with R.
Cheadle, John Withers, W. C. Peterson,
City Council and Directors of Motor
Line. They were to call another
meeting when tbey succeed in making
The proceedings of the meeting vere
ordered to he published in the L?!BA
J. 8. Swan, President.
G. W. Rice, Secretary.
Dr. C. E. Sapp arrived lu Albany a
few days ago from Kansas. He is an
old neighbor of Steele & Pollock. He
Is contemplating locating In Sodaville,
a good point for a live young physician.
Will erect a boarding tent at the
South end of the right-of-way of the
Lebanon ditch. July the 21st, '91.
1'. Al. will aisti ud Kood hash for
$3.50 per week.
i-m-o i. M. Uatts.
There is on cxhibiuit.lon at the real
estate office of O. P. Coshow & Co.,
potato vine, the top being three feet in
length, and covered with well devel
oped potatoes, differing In this respect
from the ordinary producer of "Mur
phnys," that In this case the fruit is
"on top," and not attched to the root
ill most instances. Brownsville
Arrested tor Murder. -Saturday
evening Sheriff Scott returned from
Splcer with D. A. McDougall, whom
he had arrested lu response to a dis
patch from W. A. Plukerton, of the
Plnkerton detective force of Chicago.
McDougall admitted that he was the
right until. The following dispatch,
dated at Chicago, July 80th, and signed
by Pinkei'tou, received by the Sheriff,
explain the whole matter: "D. A.
McDougall, alias Jones, is wanted ut
Luiirmburgh, North Carollua, for the j
murder of Simon Couoly, committed i
April 21, 1881. The authorities at
Laurmburgu offer a reward of $300 for I
his arrest and deteutlou until papers
arrive lor his extradition. AlrDnugnll
Is said to be uow at Splcer, Linn Coun
ty, Oregon, going under the name of
D. 11. MeLuurlti. His description Is,
81! years old, 5 feet, 10 Inches high,
light hair and heavy sandy moustache.
Since his departure he has dyed his
hair black and shaved off his mous
tache. Gray eyes and complexion
light; reasonable weight, 1U9 pounds,
rather medium or spare, straight nose
with sharp point; face rather uurrow;
Joints of the I'eot whore the big toes Joiu
are unmistakably large, and shoes arc
made to fit these Joints. Will wiitc
you, enclosing photos and certified
copy of indletiueut, upon .which you
can arrest lilni and then cnmmunictite
with the authorities at Lntirniburgh,
N. C'Albuny Deuiocrut.
T'COST! at cosTI
I will sell all Summer Gooods, including White Goods,
Laces, and Embroidery, Dress Goods, &c, at cost, until sold
out. Come in NOW if you are LOOKING FOR BARGAINS
This is genuine. When I say COST cost it is.
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gg: A New Departure! -n
UfcjB Lmt .iiiiiiiiniiiiiimimiiiiiii.iiii.nl , mrj sli
I have just added a Stock of Groceries to my stock, which
I am selling as cheap as any house in Oregon. I quote tho
18 lb Extra C Sugar, $1..
15 lb Granulated " ,1.
16 lb Rice, best 1.
. 16 oz. Climax Tobacco 50 cents
16 oz. Saw Log " 50 cents
And Everything in same proportion.
C. C. HACKLEMAN.
WILL & LINK,
(Succeaaora to Will Bros.,)
Pianos and Organs,
Musical Merchandise & Sewing Machines,
Invite the people of Lebanon and vicinity to acquaint them
h. r. MiLLimi n: ' PALACE, ) rv
These Instruments they keep in stock, but solicit orders for "Steinwav" and
"Weber" Pianos. Our priees are the lowest. Sheet Music, Bonks and" Small
Instruments a specialty. The best Sewing Machines In the market on easy
terms. Write for catalogues.
WHEN VISITING IYIIlZN Y
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE
NEW STYLES! NEW PRICES!
Also an Elegant Stock of Cloths in Merchant Tailor
ing Department with Frst-Class Tailoring.
L. .. PfrmtSbs
J New Horses, New HarnCiS.Hicest Turn-c.ts is Town-
1 Reasonable Rates.
Stock boarded by tho .day or numlk'
We solicit a share of the patronage of the public gvi-K rally.
Sncciul attention given to Draying and Hauling.
II AY & PETERSON, Lebanon, ( )
liW but cuiws- i