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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1891)
FRIDAY. NOT 13 1891.
fsAMttonal locals on flrrt
Go to Bw'b'i for holoe growtlei,
For bread call at the Star restaurant
Jk beautiful lot on Main atreet for
tale by j''ron Garland.
Mr.Arohlbail,Pk,,f B,oyln to
F. M. French, tha Jewetaf, Albany,
keeps railroad time.
Horinan Binith vlaiied tha metropo
lit IhU week, on buaintik.''
W, H. Booth M. D. phyk.lcln Dd
surgeon, Lebanon Oregon. ;
Mm. Dr. Foley u visiting In AlUj-
ny tan week.
Mr. E, . Montague was In Albany
Ltibauwi bap uoie stranger litis
week tnn usual.
Will A Stark, the leading jewelers,
Wears glad to note Mr. R. Hlatt
able to be around again.
Mr. F. H. ftoaooe, of Albany, was In
town several day this week.
Hunters are giving pheasants a rest
now, and are paying atlentiou toduoks
People who know ssy that the streets
In the capital elty are in worm condi
tion than our own streets. ,
W. C. Peterson is suffering frma an
Injured foot, having stuck a nail iu It.
Judge Klae Is very justly proud of
the new "Itioe Building."
T. C. I'ccbler it preparing to irove to
Salem, where be will go Into the mer
Itev. 0. H, Hanlelter was In Corval
lis Uils week, on business.
Ijet's have the issue in the ooniing
city election between the two tickets
straight democratic and republicuu.
When In town call at the variety
store, Klrkputrkk's building.
We hear that the aw-mlll of Walton,
Wiley & Mtfbtrson will be sue of the
fiuit in this oouuty.
When you want a nice gold ring, coll
on Will ritark, Albany, Oregon.
"Shust look Into my vicdow tf you
vunt Is see aometlag nice," is what
Overman 6 Bunter tlie leadlug
harm-as aud saddlery dealem, Albany.
C. A. Zah carries a fine line of no
tions and confectionery. Give liiiu a
Peterson & Garland sold a flue resi
dence location thin week to Mr. .T, M.
Coffelt from the Wither tract.
When in Albany call on Will &
Bturk, the leading jewelers and watch
makers. Mr. J. B. Tuvtnpaon left Wednesday
for California, where he goes lo work
In the interest of the Pacific wasbiug
M.. A. Miller now has the largest
and cowpletuet stock of drugs and sta
tionery ever brought to the city
The semi-annual reports of the clerk
and sheriff of Llun county have been
publlabed. The treasurer's report Is
delayed on account of some clerical Ir
regularities, but will noon be forthcom
ing. Rev. Morgan, who has been holding
forth at the Band Hall aud preaching
that the world was coming to an end
next March, left Saturday with hie
family, and we understand he Is doing
Albany up now.
Mr. Luther Bensou, the great tem
perance lecturer, of Indianapolis, lec
tured last Sabbath and Monday night
at the M. E. Church, Boulh. Mr.
Bensou certainly is one of the best
lecturers on temperance in the Coiled
On Tuesday of this week Messrs. it.
Hiatt and 8. Coyle bought the Bweet
Home stage and mall line of Wm.
Carothers. Both Mr. Hlatt aud Mr.
Coyle are men that understand what
they are doing, and we feel safe in say
ing that the line will be run In first
Attention to detail marks the suc
cessful merchant. The store which
receives the bulk of trade Is the one
that deserves it because every effort is
put forth to buy the right goods and
buy them at the right prioes, and sell
them at an equitable profit. Baker's
oue-prlc cash store isn't one of the
kind where the money Is made only
on articles the prices of which are un
familiar to the consumer. He wauls
each article to bar lit pait of the
burden of the sxpeuse of the business.
Go to B. P. Bach for boots and shoes.
& P. Ba, KivM 16 on. for a pound.
Bob McClure is out again after quite
M.r. Cobb, of Albany, Is visiting her
parents In this city.
Petersen & Garland repert that real
estate sales are getting better.
Remember yon can buy an album of
M.A. Miller, that will hold fifty pic
tures, for one dollar.
Notwithstanding the rain, work has
been commenced en Dr. Courtney'
In this issue of the "Express" will
be found the ordinance relating to the
licensing of drays and hacks,
The subject at the Cumberland Pres
byterian churck in the evening will be
"The Two Ways-" , ...
The ladles of the Baptist chnroh will
iflTi a supper at the Band Hall on
.jtjyjDglvingevenlng. DonH forget It
Will A Stark of Albany have the
finest sty. r'C1 and watches ever
brought fa.' the Tliey
Th.Mtln.'wtween the assessed valu
ation and the . ,ctual v'" of " prop
erty Is put at. fc
Goto Mw. Wo f" ,cUeaP mlm'
nety. Largest KM "d tawMt P8
Felt bate, fifty cents,
Tip w a ri. dentist, of Al
bany, will be In Leai 1U e7 Thurs-
day, beirinnlne Oct. .Wtti
a .n....i.....,i.,lrv.'',hy W, M.
Bnnatiin a(. fh. Oimh.VlB.'10'
terian church Babbai'h ln"rnl1n;
Every young man in the lnvltol
te come to this servtie.
The csntraotftif building tire Cmn
berland Pmahvlerian .church at &ida-
vllle was awarded to V V. F. Barg-er, of
Tuesday, the 10th, was "pay-day" on
the canal There was constant
stream of laborers to ai "1 from the
bank, where they got tl ir checks
cashed. Every merchant ll twn feels
the good effects of pay-day.
Lebanon Is the best beha ved
of its sice in the state, whet 1 Ke re"
member the large number of a 'rangers
in town. The people are qui et and
orderly, and the whiskey thai t they
drink Is nr.-t seen in fusses and fights.
it you are troubled with rheuna uMsm
or a lame back, bind on overthe scat
of pain a piece of flannel danipa 'led
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. 5 011
will be surprised at the prompt relief
affords. 60 cent bottles for sale by M
When in Albany don't full to coll on
the Ladies' Basaar. They have thi
nnest lot of Millinery goods eve-r
Wrought to the valley.
The Ladies' liassaar, of Albany, keeps,
cloaks for Ladies, Misses and Children.
Wlien In Albany call and see them.
F. M. French, jeweler, Albany, will
give you the beutfit of the big out on
watches, (.'ail aud examine goods and
Whan in Albany call and see Hop
kins Bros. They am the sole agents
fir the celebrated Superior cook stoves
and ranges; the world's best.
F. M. French, Jeweler, Albany, keeps
a large and complete stock of spectacles
and eye glasses, and fits them by
"Johnson's patent eye-meter." .
If you wish to erect a monument
oyer the grave of any of your relatives
before nexldeeoration, call atonoe and
get the reduction In prices now offered
by K. W. Achison & Co., Albany Or.
We received an Interesting commu
nication this week that we were unable
to publish on account of no name ac
companying it. We are always glad
to get communications and will NH-nisb
all stationery and furnish them with a
copy of the ExriutsH, but the name of
the writer must always accompany
every oommunicatlon, not for publica
tion but as a guarantee of good faith.
Au error lu figuring the totals in the
assessment roil gave J. Inn county a
larger net value of taxable property
than it Is entitled to. The correct fig
ures are W,741,8M, which is an increase
of $261,818 over last year. A good
showing, though not as big as reported.
It will still give Llun third place. The
tax levy will probably be made next
month, on the figures given, and will,
It is thought not be increased very
much over lust year, if auy.
This week W. B. Ponaca sold h5'
store to Messrs. Joe Buhl and Chas,
Pugh. Mr. Donaca has been in the
merchandise business at this place for
a long time, and has luauy friends.
Bolb of the gentlemen who have
bought him out are young mrn that
have had considerable experience In
that line aud thought well of by every
one that knows ihem, and they are
holiest and industrious. We bespeak
for them a 1 lieral patronage, They
rnaameaecl !rfl!cla, v lr.!jr.
Mr. T. C. Pecbler, wife and little
girl left yesterday for Salem.
Mr. M. A. Miller sold a lot In his
add Hlon this week, and also bought
90S lot from Mrs. Welch.
Miller, the druggist, is dally reoeiv
Ing an assorted line of holiday goods
consisting Of plush goods of every de
scription, such as albums, dressing
cases, Christmas cards and fine bibles.
All boots and shoes bought ef Klein
Bros., that rip or run over will be re
paired free of charge, by them, at their
Boot ft Shoe Store Id Albany, Ore.
On account of a bad foundation, Dr.
Courtney had to have the wall of the
new brick torn down after It had got
about 15 feet high, this week.
Mr, C. A. Zahn's new peanut roaster
arrived this week, and Is a "daisy."
He keeps hot peanuts all the time.
There Is a picture in Mr. Zahn's
window, of a crowd of negroes In a cot
ton patch, which Is quite natural, but
of course you would have to see the
real before you would know how to
appreciate the picture.
The large gilt boot shows you where
Klein Bros, hold forth. Try them on
boots and shoes. They also do repair
ing and custom work, neatly and
promptly. Albany, Ore,
It Is now unlawful to kill deer, the
close season having commenced No
vember 1st. .The special law protect
ing Chinese pheasants went out of ef
fect the same date, but the birds are
now protected as grouse and other
Linn county has let the contract to
Glass ft Prodhume, of Portland, for
furnishing the election booths to be
used under the new Australian ballot
law, which will be used for the first
time in Linn county In the general
election next June,
Crawford 4 Pax ton of Albany, are
making Cabinet Photographs for the
low price or $1 50 per dozen. Call at
their Gallery and see them when in
A nit $400.00 Piano given away by
Klein Bros , on Christmas Eve., at their
Boot & Shoe Store, Albany, Oregon.
When in Albany call and Bee the
elegant piano that Klein Bros, will
give away on Christmas Eve' at their
Boot & Shoe Store, Albany, Oregon.
Having bought oat the interest of
Mr. Chas. Miller in the drugstore, and
accounts, I wish to balance up the
books, and all nersons knowing- lliem.
selves Indebted to the Bun of Smith &
Miller will please call and settle at once.
K W Smith,
Klein Bros, carry the largest stock of
, Soots and shoes in Linn county, and It
ill pay you to call and get their
pr. 'ccs before buying your winter stock
of i'loots and shoes. Try them and get
a tit on the elegant piano they will
Kivo away Christmas Eve. Albany,
ine liugeiie street cars were
topped running because they didn't
pay anyl lung. Ail examination of
the city ordinance revealed the fact
that the company was liable to pay ?10
a day when the car did not run, and
lliey were set to going again.
The assessed gross value of the prop
erty of the Oswego fion and (steel
Company 1b JI55,BS0, hnt it claims an
indebtedness within the state of 83!,
518, or $73,!KS In excess of the value
ef its property. It is a pauper. Ore
gon City Courier.
Arrangements have been made for
the removal of the Oregon State School
Journal, formerly of Itoseourg, recent
ly of Monmouth, to Albany, where it
will be under theefllcientnianagemeiit
of Superintendent G. V. Russell. This
is the school teacher's organ , of Oregon ,
and Albany, a leading educational
center, is a tit place for the publication
of such a paper.
Steel casings tor the Albany bridge
were sblp.ed from Ohio on (he 22nd
of October, by way of the Southern
Pacific, and bene are alwut due in
Albany, By the time these are in po
sition and filled Willi the best Belgian
cement, the steel for the frame work
will no doubt be here. Bo the work
goes ahead with rapidity and smooth
ness. Albany Democrat, j
To-day Drs. Maston and Davis re
moved a tumor from Mrs. J. A. Mo
Bilde, of Sliedd, meeting with their
usual success. It weighed forty pounds
aud was a fibrous tumor. Mis. Me
linite is now doing well considering
the circumstances. Albany Democrat.
I want at once, 80,000 lbs. bleached
dried apples, 10,000 )b. sun-dried ap
ples, 20,000 lbs, dried pears and 20,000
ll. dried prunes, for which I will pay
the highest market price.
(?. W. SJyi-so-r, A'.luiiy, Or.
For Dry Goods.Groceries,
and Boots and Shoes, at
reasonable prices, go to
WHEIV VISITHVG ALBANY
DON'T FAIL. TO SEE THE
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Jj. I2. A.II'S.
NEW STYLES! NEW PRICES
Also, an Elegant Stock c-Y Cloths in Merchant Tailor
ing Department with Frst-CIas Tailoring.
Our Trl t Albsuy
Tho first of thewecitws made
quick trip to the county-seat, more for
sightseeing than anyiliing else. A-
mong the first things tluut caught our
eye was the largo display of Buperinr
stoves, both esik and heater, at Hop
kins Bros.' and of course- wo had to
stop, and before we knew It we were
the happy purchasers of one of the
beet. TUo price was the lowest and
the stove first-class in every respect,
Hopkins Bros, are the people. When
in Albany call and sec them and see
Whether you want to buy or not.
THE MOUNT BI1STA KOtlTK.
EXPKKS TSAINS LEAVS PORTUKD 1UILT;
7:110 r. 51. l,v I'rllanct . ki ul k. U.
lllral'. M. l,v Alluuiy Ar 0:1ft A. M.
S;lj A. M. Ar Sail l-'mncliii-o Lx t):0U P. M.
Almve Iraim slop only al the rnltiwlnir Motion
norlhot ltuavliurS: Kukt 1-urllsud, Oregon Wly
HooillMim, (Mom, Allmny, TnliKcnt, SlieiWs
lliusey, lliu-rintijrjf, Jimi'llon (Sly, Irvliij auil
Services next 8tnidu.v at the M. E.
Church at 11 and 7:80 o'etoek. Hub-
ject for morning, "The heritage of
faith;" evening, "The second coming
of Christ." Sunday schootal 10. Kp-
worth League at 3. All wleomc.
Twos. 1', Ilcit o, Pastor.
The hired man, Louden whose tes
timony in the Ingram nnirdcrcase wes
so Ashy, has been arrested,, und Is now
In jail to await the not Inn of the (irnud
Jury in March, It lsevWi nt that he
knows more alioiit the manler than hot-booses
to tell. '
A mischievous youngster, in town
has a fondness for putting into tho
post-office all his father's old sermons
that he can And, which, by the kind
ness of the P. M., ure returned for lack
Messrs. Wilson ft Mesarvey have
leased Walton & Wiley's planing mill.
They will manufacture doors, sashes,
blinds, etc. Titer will alsocarry n full
m A. M.
Mil P. M.
ILlDSburg Mm! llally
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l.v Albany Ac I 1U;00 M.
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Pullman Buffet SJceperB.
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liieluul to Kxiiruss Intliis. '
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Oregon raeilio Kallroad.
t"H Train Daily (Patiept a and ay).
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-Throilirh tickets to all nnhilK Vj,M ana-a.u,,n
For tickets and dill Information regarfflnr rata '
ai. eto., mll on Co' agent at Ij-tanm, or zx
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