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LEBANON, OREGON. )
Office up stair In Guy's Building. J,
8AML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY- AT - LAW
J. K. WEA THERFORD,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
H. J?. BILYEV,
ATTORNEY-AT - LAW,
ALBANY, OREGON. .
j CEO. W. WRIGHT,
AND NOTABV MTHMU,
Will practice in all Uw of I"'
OMcu, trout room ever Imui ol Ureaou.
DR. W. C NEGUS, ,
Physician and Surgeon.
Uratluate (if Knyal Colteje of hoodon and Bell
TO Medical Uulkl. MM.
i::hrunlr, cane a tqieelalty.
Cancel removed Klthout piln ur the knife.
omrK-Klrkimtrn-i'" building, Lebanon. Or
A. F. STOWE,
Attorney -at - Law,
CollM-llou irlvcn prompt and careful attention.
Will practice iu all tin- court of Uw rtate.
OmC'E IS HAWIAltB'll UCK,
notary Public and Collecting Agent,
jumlce of the Peace, hebaiam Precinct.
and LOAN BROKER.
Real Ettate in, all lis hranchai.
AUKNT TUK CoKTIKKNTAIi
Jnb.Co., of New Yrk.
Large and nuiull tract f fruit, Farming, aaal
Monev to loan on Farms, I in proved
City Property or Guilt-edge note du
:. !. HA HP. M . U.,
Physician and Surgeon,
A srailuale of the MMllwilOillege of Ohio, Class
awJbsu-trle. Diseasesof Wnmcu and Cliltda-u
nil Chronic Disease a Speciully.
j M H. H, WATERS, .
i Counselor at Law,
(YmiribiiflonMo ihto tVparimcnt arc wlicited
cm mailer of intrrt to the Agricultural tittil la
boring claw. OnrxitHcei nccew-artlv limited,
therefore, be brief and to toe point. Write plainly
ml on hot one Mde ui the ncr.
L. Polk, pretloeul Farmer' Alliance and In
dustrial Ctiloo. M :M4 1 .-tivel, Wuxhingiflii, 1) C.j
14. tt H, tmer. )w-fntim-nt, ttombridjie, Kb.:
3. H. Turner, wr'y;J, K. WtHlltw, In-furrr, (hlta
Saiit!il tirpitelxen far 0-;fim:
u.j.wiie, rtiuiiviuv jjtuniiii nuice, fin or Mor
rison rtreet. hKiUud. Or.
W. A.fcuunle. lUHt.Or.
M. V, Ktirk, Mem. Or.
John Kowan. CmmiHc City. Or
K H. iK'nloH, JliUtr'n, Mini (U, Or.
T ffepntk fnr fVnintwr
J. n. Meimmoer. mr Marlon Co.. Sulcm.
HNtDuel H. 11-41, f'lm-iiii. J-kNm Co
W, D, Ingram. Kltdit Mile. Morrow Out
T. C. Bcim-u, l umi (.., Jjtetine, Or.
M K-iLUAtM'JC UXK CM'ffTY.
fcYHiMTM!, sm. Wi Thou, (ibiw, Pmil'lcni; J. A,
wio. xo. Jfi. T. M. Mitiikvm, Pirii iit. John
'HABTKEK. Htf. Q
n.iiLrtiKCitv.n, miAL-J. Nuiviimn, Pnviitvnt;
J. E. TTWdrtell, tarwiwy.
iifn him , ko. '.'7v-l. W. Wilxm, Pmldent; 0.
D. Worn, Hmetary.
A'MTHm , ko. K-Jotot Cuher, Piwldi-ut: Krank
KWEKTHiiE y WZ.--W. H. Tlmmiwin. I'n A
Wtnl; J. P. An ief, Htfretdrj'.
notPHiTAi Na P. UwJm, lMent.: W, I..
Tiiuen an- ijuiet and heulth pener
ally. .11 are done threshing but Mr. Botwick.
lie thrchJ a rt f his grain hist Halur
day und a jiurt in nut rij euoiiKli. He haa
large farm nfgiHMltiUid, finite enougli to
supwrt four families if ilivideil up and cnl-
uvaim hj iu iuji eajiartty.
Will lanes and family, of UImon,
fiw ilayn fiaiiiiir Mr. Miihari'.
Will battKi"! ton "On-Ron" ihcasaiitii
while in tliiMYk-uiity.
l.nlit. Mii-liiK-1 rawi' mvw from 'llnlw-y
iiC(Oll u-urltliig am Utile Salt Luke 'lxil
We noticed one school near here, a strong
district that pays $kt iiiwith, that hud
only four pupils in attendance. On imjuiry
we leaniwl that four was about the average
for the first month.
tiuiteo heavy thunder shower fell liercl
Sunday evening. I
Mr. Michael found Some ptd knuckles in
ine piiwic rouii near J. k. Charlton's place. ,
If Ilicy belong to some ferocious pugilistic
Canadian, lie can get tlicra by calling for
them, as Mr. Michael say he lias no use (or
Mr. (Salts' daughters have returned from
the bop vards.
Mr. Mlaviii iind dmigjilur Addie are still
at llilyuu'a hop yard near Hun.
"Dm'" Mouth ha just returned fro n Fish
l4ike where he ha lieeu resting ui id tu!ih:g
on Itcsh for a week or two.
Ten room house and large barn, f..u, I
kmd, u siiiuie trees, will tip aniii very
reasonable if Uikcn inside of 311 .lavs.
it sold ill next !!0 days will he for
location Main 8t. lniiiiro of
C. A. Klwui,
C. E. RANOU3,
Carpenter & Builder.
A I. Kinds Repairing & Jobi)in
Done on Shortest Notice.-
Ui'HOLKTEKIXG A SPKCIALT'
Shop on iMn'n Street, Next Door rv '
; , '"'.f ! thought would result fatally to the little
neit Monday. Tlieaikiulunie w beaood . ... .
.,.,.... i i i ... .""'fjor year old son of Mr. and Mrs Henry
as several scholar outside the district will ,n . i .i
.,,,, ' Hay. 1 he li t e fellow was out where the
OREGON, SEPTEMBER 18,1891.
WHITCOMU KCH0K8. 1
KvcrythiiiR looking pri'tt. lt
Peer killing w at 1uli.iL ; '
No iwlmoiuHi the ritHfK yvi. ;
.Mr. Brymitand family mix- in the butto n
Hpun. Mr. Bryant mt Clia. Gnan expii-t
to make thing mokey in a few day burn
ing their slashing. ;i
lig Bottom ruothxKl two new wttlem thin
work from Eastern Tennpswp, IhiIIi fiu'r
Kt'tic youtiK men 4iwMe of f .curing tip Hue
runrheM. . ,
Itev, Ahlrule from Lebanon i here: rus
ticating and adnriring ht beautiful Hennery,
There are about twenty deer hunters here
now and all seem to lw successful, and there
i room for t hirty more. V
Mr. S. E. Correll had a very fine- hum m
hi ranch last week-and will iu all proba
bility huvu mm citipp and Hue uiture
itnother yenr. r -
M. K. W. -
The aTwtve whk n-feivril aw duv too Inte in be
IMi.-lil in lart ivwk'H lsnue. J -Ed. .
The rain Iiiim driven away the tjiiitike, anil
the atimixnhere i elearonee more.
The people of thia vieiuity Itnve n'turned
from hop pickini? with a 'A dollar piefe
Hliiilinj; in their iMjeket.
We learn Uiat Torn Arnold intemlH work
iiif on the Lebanon eanal.
Alonzo rhillipa returned home from Ida
ho the 9th of tina montli. ?
We learn that L. B. Henderson intcndfi
huildiiiK a new houae thin fall.
-1. V. Wrlirlit TiKltcil Mountain llumeriilu
Bill Fruit ha returned home fnmi Halwy
where he has been at work harvesting.
Thto rain will l koimI to bring on the Kail
ItniHu. ,. 1
NoBTIt AMBailMK PlF. BlTKR.
M. A. Miller will receive this week a
large supply of stationery and school
linoks direct from Chicago.
Quite adistrcitsliiKaeeident liuppened here
Hnturdav forenoon, that for awhile waa
Hay. The little fellow was out
threshers were at work, and while playing
in the straw, fell in such a manner that the
hind wheel of a heavily loaded wagon puss
eil over hi body. He was earned tv the
house and Or. Hyde, of Scio, was called, un
der whose treatment the child is resting
easily, and hoies are entertained for his
The rain of the curly week came a little
too soon for a few ot the fanners, calcjiuig
their grain out.. Most of the threshing is
done however and machines laid mi for the
season.1 . !(
Farmers are noiff busy hauling their
grain either to market or to warehouse for
storage. Munker Station, West Hcio nnil
Orahtrce Hlation are all receiving grain from
t this p!nee. ' A good many will not sell their
j crops now but wait for un advance in pr'ees
which they think will lie an event of the
j near future.
j Hop picking is about done here, for the
: season, and the pickers are scattering lor
j their homes. ;
j Mr. Milt -Morris will have a public auction
of personal propertvnext Saturday (flic 10th)
preparatory to moving with hi family to
Ii-tt'in Oregon. We are. sorry to lose good
iriliA'), but join with many othew in wish
inj? tbem iinwiM-nty in their new home. '
Miss Luna f'ruhtrcc I borne aah) after
leiiift uwuy for several months.
Hept. Kith, 1891.
NOTICK KOIl PUBLICATION.
Lund ORIee at Oredon Oily. Oivirnn, I
Ahkiin! IS. iWH. j
N'ntlco Ik hereby friven that (Ik tMllowiiii'-niiiiii'd
wttlcr htw filed imtioe of lii intention Ik nnikf
Muni nriKif fi Hiprort of hi" claim, ini'i Hint mid
!-.'!tf will be iiiiwli' befitre the rmtnty Clerk of Mint
fniniiv, ()ivmi, t Albany, Oregon. imwol'i'r 10,
Pre l. H. No. 7556, for the ti. V. of ft., T
1S,K. I E.
Ik1 utnntft llicfnllowin,,' ivitnenws to jiruve Ids
n ntinuouf recideiifle uiou and cultivation of. mid
d nti. viz: Ht-niinn Kfltn, John c hi-lstian, Ohnido
"s.lo.iidLiiw! Ctrl UiiH.iii-r ull ilf Hdmo
) mi fonntv. Owwn.
THK OBKOON PACIFIC TROllBLK.
- Cohvallis, Sept. 15 Judge Pipes
who failed tn appenr in the court room
.ymterdii)', condeacended tn hear the
caae of the application of the Oregon
Pacific employe" to-day. He held
thai, the company had all day Mon-
duy, in which to make the payment
ordered by the court.
At 9 o'clock, to-day the case came
up unci court was adjourned until
2 p. At that time the court Issued
an order, tlr-t that all the earning
the road from this dute be applied
to the payment ef the employes; and
second that Col. T. E. Hogg appear
here nu or before October 20, and show
muse why he should not be removed,
on the ground that he had not obeved
the previous order of the court in pay
ing the employes.
If this order ix carried out It will
Insure the men their money as fast as
it is earned by tne road. Albany
The council met Tuesday evening In
a rcgulat meeting. The mayor and
all the couucllnien were present.
I'liey passed Ihree new ordinances. One
in regard to side walks, one in regard
I to street Commissioner and another
In relation to the duties of officers.
I Two of which appears in this issue of
I Dr. L. Foley was elected as street
commissioner and wa ordered to pro
ceed at once to collect street and road
taxes. . ' . ' ' "
The recorder was ordered to have
aotue new pigeon boles made for his
desk and to straighten up and arrange
The marshal was ordered to buy
5,000 feet of first-class lumber for cross
The following bills was allowed: A.
W. Grubbs salary and fees far one
month $44, S. M. Gurland for writiug
ordinance No. 8, $3 50, fees $8, Cruson
Menzies hardware 111 75, D. Hart
Cross walk lumber $8, Nichols, West-
fall & Co. hauling 75 cants, M. A
Miller stationary $17 25, Premium on
insurance $15 75.
Council adjourned to meet next
Saturday night to consider some more
tiew ordinaii ces.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ofllee at Oregon city, Oregon. )
Auk. 19, lfi)l.
Notifi? in ht reby iriven that the following-named
W(Hvrha tiled notif'e of hi Intention to muke
linalpronfinMiprjortof hlH chiini, and that mid
Ernofwill be made before the County Clerk of
inn County, Oregon, at Albany, Oregon, on Oeto
Wr U, IK'JI, vix:
Hd. entry No. JWIO, for the N. W. W-of Sec. ai
T. ISA, B.IK.
: He names the frtltowinK witnes to prove hie
ftnillniious rerid'jiee HiioiurriiTeultivatiun of, said
land, via: jmtt Heltt, QPflbniiy, Linn County, Or
eeon.Jolm8prlnjVr8weet iloine. Linn Cmnitv,
0rt nm, Tlioiniis Uw, (il Swuet Htnne. llnn
County, Oregon, mid D.'f. Hcddlu, of siweet Hume,
Linn County, Oregon.
J. T. APPKRSON,
,r Register. -
NOTICK FOU PUBLICATION.
Inid Ofllee at Oregon City, Oregon, 1
Aug. IH, Mil. f
Notice in hereby (riven that (he it,IIowiinr-nmni1
settler hiw tiled notice of hie ititeulttm to muke
final proof in Munport of his claim, and that mid
woof will be made before the County Clerk of
feinn County Oregon, iu Albany, Oregon, on Oeto-
DrVJAVm r. BITRNETT
Hd. cntr- Nj. (1h JVff the 9. of 8. B. Vaml so
K. Vt of H. W. I urSec. 18, T. l?fi., It, 1
1 He names twit iltowtng wit neihscit to ytmvo hi
cfniiiiuunw it'siiieiice njmn and cultivation of. said
and, vln: J. It, Orcbiml..!. It, he win. Uiisn Knui
tiraudn. W. Itumbuugh, all of Hweet Homo,
fnn County, Oregon.
s MATTHEWS & WASHBURN,
Nice two Jlory four room house,
nice lot, g6d well and out houses
nice location. $500 if sold in the next
80 days by
C. A, F.lson ft Co.
Mrs. D. L. Ambler and baby accom
punied by Mr). Jordan and baby, both
of Portland, arrived in this city Thurs
day from Splcer where they have been
visiting Mrs. Ambler's sister Mrs. D.
F. Htirdnian, and are at presentvislting
Mrs. Ambler where they will remain
a few days, and then will go to Water
loo lo visit Iter sister Mrs. I. BnltinarBh
and family and drink soda for their
and babies' health. .
A contract has been plaeed on file in
the county clerk's office of this county
for record which provides for the sale
of the Oregon Military road lands, by
their present owners, to Peter Muser
and associates of Muscatine, Iowa.
The contract provides that after the
suit now In the U. 8. courts is settled,
perfecting the titles of the land by the
government, that within thirty days
after said decision of the court and the
execution of the deeds, that Muser and
his associates will pay to the present
owners the sum of $350,000, and at the
expiration of one year $250,000, and in
two years $250,000, and the balance,
250,000, at the end of three years,
making a total of $1,100,000. The
notes are to draw six per cent interest.
This land is located in Lane, Klamath,
Lake, Harney and Malheur counties,
mid comprises 850,000 acres. Eugene
young man named Fales was shot and
instantly killed by 8. A. Webster,
proprietor of the Ocean House at
Huiijon, on Tuesday. It is reported
here that there was a dispute over
seventy-five cents alleged to be owing
the deceased, and that the murderer
asked him into a room to settle (he ac
count, when he shot and killed the
victim. These are all the particulars
received here up to time of going to
press." A Mr. Webster went from Al
bany to Randon, where he engaged in
the hotel business, but whether the
same man or not we have not yet
As we go to Brownsville next Sun
day there will be no preaching service
at the Academy. Sunday School at
8 P. M. O. 11. Lamar. ,
Monday the entire Denny family
now living were together in Albany
for the first time in twenty-three yean,
and the event was celebrated in the
afternoon by the photographer hiking
their picture in hgriiup Mr. Denny,
now over eighty, was the center. Hon.
O. N. Denny, ef Portlund, John Den
ny, of Lebanon, Presley Denny, of
Bait Laks City, Mrs. Pike, of Wasco
county, Mrs. Wm. Balaton mid Mrs,
W. H. Goltra, of Albany, her only
children, and several grandchildren
formed the group. As Mrs. Denny Is
greatly Improved in health, the union
proved a happy one. Democrat,
A soda water deposit litis been dis
covered in the Nehalem valley, near
Vermilu. A soap mine bus been found
near Chudwell, on Lewis & Clark's
ervstal springs of the purest w ater are
bubbling up en the hill side; gold Is
being dug out on Genevieve stieet uui)
coal on West Eighth street. This la
the record of the week, w ith forty-eight
hours more to goon. A tin mine la
all we now, need to complete our Joy,
The Express la prepared .to coin
pete with Pwtlandor Han Francisco
in mutter of style and finish In busi
ness and visiting cards.
. iueiianon public school opens Kept,
W21 and remember that M. A. Miller has
u hu ge slock of school books. ?
, Da InM Mlllorlu f,. ,,. ...I,..l
MRS. S. H. COWAN'S
Emporium of Fashion
Ii rcplctwlth the latest Stylos of Hal. Bonnet
mrt every variety of head-gear known lo
the faelitonulilo world
A Flm-Clnm Dressmaking Shop in connection,
which 1 preslrled over by Indie who make '
Hulling 111 nl Kltling a Specialty,
ONE 1111 South nr Tim "Kxpmfm" Ornel