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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1893)
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J. C. 1IILTKU,
(1. W. I'Ul'SON,
U. Si. YVESTFALI.,
Uity Council meets on the first and third
Tuesday evoningfiofottch month.
Thrown Out of Court.
The ease of tho cattlemen who om e
montl ago invaded Johnson count;
Wvo., was thrown out of court, and
tw.'iity-three defendants who uppea r-
ed for trial were discharsred. The
motion for dtaamiaal was entered by
Bennett, the people's attoriiy for
Johusou countv, and it was allowed.
This ending, so long anticipated,
was hrought about by the action of
the sheriff. He produced nearly 10U
talesmen and said that, he eould fi nd
no more in town; that he had no guar
antee expense and could not get it in
Johnson enmity, and that he did not
care to furnish the funds.
This grievance was laid before Pros.
editing Attorney Bennett, who agreed
to dismiss the case, as he said he had
no idea that a conviction could be ob
tained. The iifl'uir involved an expen
diture of about $;00,000 and it lias kept
the state in a ferment for nearly nine
The men discharged are among the
prominent citizens of the state, and a
number of them njut leave, so strong
is the resentment against tliem.
The firm of E. W. Achison & Co.
and their growing business: The Mar
ble and Granite Works of E. W. Achi
son A Co. at Albany and lioseburg is
one of the leading houses in this line
in Oregon. The Boseburg house is
under the management ofl). Looney
and is situated on Ouk street, near
Abraham's brick, and employs as mar
ble cutter one of the mostskilled work
men in the state, whose work took
first premium at the Portland Expo
silion. This firm deals only in the
best Imported and Domestic Marble
and Granite and always gives satisfac
tion. Their business is increasing so
rapidly that they intend putting in a
a branch house in Coos county. The
manager of the Boseburg house, Mr
D. Looney, will be fouud a busiress
man with whom it is a pleasure to
deal. Estimates furnished on special
designs and patronage solicited. Bose
The following is the membership of
the principal orders of the United
Htatns, as per report of the supreme
bodies for the year ending JUecernoer
81, 182; Odd Fellows, 696,833; Free
Masons, 673,643; A. 0. of U. W., 263,
211; Knights of Pythias, 268,847;
Knights of Honor, 237,256; Boyal
Arcanum, 218,454; 1. 0. of Bed Men,
lll.'M; Knights and Ladles of Honor,
70,419; American Legion of Honor,
63,751; Maccabees, 62,580, Modern
Woodmen of America, 53,000: United
American Mechanics; 48,417; Equita
ble Aid Union, 2(1,3000; B'nai B'rlth.
85,478; Catholic Benevolent Legion,
22,553; United Friends, 22,304; Golden
Cross, 17,383; Boyal Tempters, 15,133;
It is possible that the public may be
somewhat relieved of the great mass of
dirty, mutilated paper currency so
generally in circulation, and that the
money of thecountry may hereafter be
cleaner and more sightly. Represen
tative Outhwaite, of Ohio, has intro
duced a bill In the house, providing
for the frequent redemption of nation
al bank and treasury notes and their
exchange for new notes at government
expense. It is sensibly argued that
dirty bank notes are the home of dis
ease germs, and disease is often trans
mitted by this means. It is believed
that the early passage of the bill would
nid in guarding against the possible
spread of cholera through the medium
of our circulating notes, Ex.
For brevity senate hill No. 63 is in
ihe lead for everything. It provides
"that hereafter a married woman may
-ey her real estate iu like manner
ic might do by her separate deed
was unmarried." It is needless
thft, lady owners of real estate
in would like to see this bill
i iorte Lessernoy was pardoned from
, penitentiary Friday by the Gov
' a recommendation from the
;' -, ' (cntemwl him and the at
si'curtd his conviction
litrneny in Curry eoun
'a sent to the penitentiary
We clip the following from the Sa
lem Capital Journal: "A petition has
been laid before the legislature asking
for the passage of a law requiring rail
roads to maintain thotr own fences
through farming and pasture lands.
It is signed by aii the farmers along
the railroads in this county. The
wilroadB do not stop for stock. They
run their trains night unci day and
when they kill an animal they keep
the owner out of the money quite a
long time and ulwtys cut his bill
down to the lowest limit. The bill
asks that the railroads tie required to
fence their trucks where they puss
through agurlcultural lands that are
Improved and occupied. Js not this
a reasonable request? Should not It
be a law of the stuleY We believe the
farmers should have this protection.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKE.
Ohangvil Kvery Week,
Flour $1 1X1 per sack.
Chop $1 25 per owt.
Bran 80c per cwt.
Middlings $100 per cwt. ..
Apples Dried, 7c per lb.
Plums Dried, Oe.
Beef Dressed, 8f4o.
Veal 1( Sk
Pork 'Dressed, 61Uc.
Hums 12J((i'15c per lb.
Sides 12il'"'C per lb.
Geese $hperdoz, .
Ducks So 00 per doz.
'; Chickens $3 00(a4 00.
Turkeys 10c per lb.
Hotter p"r lb.
Hides Green, 2(ni3c; dry
Poultry, Hides and
. Hlphent wish price pnld for turkeys
gcem, duck atin obiokeiiB ut office of
L.Jiuiolw, Htraney and Moorc'e old
atnlilo, 4th ntreot, Albany,
Alio liidon and furs of all kinds
Imulit f ir wsh,
Notice is .hereby given that the under
signed nave been, by the County Court for
Linn Couty Oregon, duly appointed Execi
tors of the last will and testament of A,
Dodge, late of Linn Comity Oregon.
, All jwrsons having claims nfuunat said
estate are hereby required to present them
properly verified to the undersigned within
six months from this date, at Lebanon Ore
gon. Guant DomiE,
Eexecutors of the last will of A, Podge,
January 4, 181)3.
Wkathekford iV Chamrekmin.
Attorneys for Kexecutorfj.
Notice is hereby given that the i-artncr-hip
heretofore existing between W. C.
Peterson and Sural. M. Uarland, and
known as Peterson A Garland, has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent,
Mr. Peterson remaining in the Heal Estnte
and Insurance business, and Mr. Garland
contiutiingin the law business. All parties
having claims against said hrm will please
present them at mice and all parties owing
said firm will please pay the same without
W. C. PSTKRBOti,
8a ml. M. Oakland.
Lebanon? Or., Jan. 2, WKi.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, I
Notice ts hereby given that the following-named
settler nan filed notice of his tnieution to moke
ftital proof in support of hia elalra, and thai said
worn will be mma before the County Clerk of Linn
County, at Albany, Oregon, on January 2tV,18fiK
Hd. entry No. 9261, for the 8. E. and S. W , V of
H. , 1-4, Hec. 34, T. 11 8. II. 1 W.
He namen thu following witnwwes to prove ',hk
contiuuoua residence upon and cultivation of, said
land, viz: Albert, Savage, of Laoomb, Linn Co,,
Ore. William Savage, of Abbenieen, Linn Co.,
Ore. J. fi. Michael, of Abberdeen Linn Co. Ore.
E. OKborne, of Abberdeen Linii Co, Ore.
Northern Pacific R. R.
From Terminal or interior points the Line to lake
To All Points East and South
Is the Dining Car Ronte.
It rang Through Vestlbnled Trains every day hi
the year ; .:-
TO ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO.
No change of para.
Pullman Drawing-Room Sleepers
Of Luett Equipment, , ... r
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
Best that can bcnatnietert, an1 in which accom
, mcKlatifms arc both free ami furnished for
' . holders of jljmt or neond.ctaKi tickets.
And Elegant Day Coaches.
A continuous line connecting with all linen, af
fording direct and uninterrupted service,
FuUnian deeper reservations can he secured in
advance through any went of the road,
THKOUU11 TICK to and from all points to
America, Kndand and Europe can be purchased
at any ticket oitltw of this company.
TKAIN8 (.KAVK ro-ITUNU at.)A. M.and
o:00 V. it daily: arrive at St. Paul at 12:15 1. M.
and IJ. M.
PACIFIC mviSION-Tralns leave central sta
tion HHIi and 1 streets, dully at ; A. H. and
lip. M, daily; arrive at Tacoma at 11:40 P.M.
and llaip. M.:rclre atSealtle at 1 J a. k. and
'TKAINfl ARRIVB AT PORTLAND-Bally
throuhcspresfroin Chicago, St. Pwil and East,
Seattle, Tacoma and Pugel Sound 0,-tX) A. M. and
Through Pnllniaii Palace leepta(rCars,.eleitant
day coaches, finest palace dfnms; cars between
Portland, Tacoma and Seattle direct. Dally m
w, Full Information concerning rates, time. of
trains, routes and other details furnished on ap
plication to ,
A. I). f!fTARTPfW
Asst. Oen'l Pass Asenf, la First St., cor, wh.
FORTHILLER S IRVING, '
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
CABPETS, WALL PAPER AND
Undertaking a Specialty.
WEISNER & BUHL, Proprs.
Fresh & Salted Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausage, Bo
logna, and Ham.
(ayBacon and Lard Always on Hand..
Main Blretit, LHmiiou, Or.
DALGLEISH & EYERETT,
Furniture 4 Hardware,
Carpets, Wall Paper,
Window Shades, Floor Mattings, Sc.
Builders Hardware, &c, &c.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
ACCOUNTS KEPT SUBJECT TO
Exchange sold on Nuw York. Hun Francis.
co, and Portland &$ Albany. tlreKon.
Collections made on tavuraljlc terms.
jt Solentlfio American
- J 0r OAVIATt.
D j Es" TNADK MARKS.
&jSJj0r OCtlON PATINTl.
For mromatK,?) arm Trw Hanoboolt wrltA to
ilUNN a cu.. m BnoanwAT. Maw Yiinn.
Oldest bnrsaa for securing patent In America.
MTrr patent taken out tir as is brought before,
Uw pubjto br a notice given free 01 eaorge in tbe
Lsnratt dmilfttlm) of uiy Mifatiflfl ppr in th
wurid. Splemlidlr llltutrawd. No lt)tlltKat
Bum ihonid tw without it. WfMklT, ft
year: ILfiOaii rnoiutis. Addrt MUNN A CO
vuumuixm 3U1 tiroadwar. Uw Sort Gttj.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Lund Office At Oregon (Itty, OriwnUe .
Notice Is hwhy frlveti Mis' tlio r(.llowtns-i)amd
tjttler haw filed notice of til fiitijution o make
flnAliwoofinnntportof hi pJadn, and that said
niwiwiii iw mww fwiure me vnamy uierif or
lnn County, at Albany, Oregtm, on Feb, 14, tfttt,
3d. entry. No. 72i!i forthe LoW'si. 8,4 ndft, Sec.
i J,13, p. B. In.
tie mman me touowmg wunetiBes to prove mn
continiiouiireMdenue urtoi. and culUvatlon oi'naid
land, vb,: S. V. Hrr, B. H. HortiB, II, 0. Nye. A
Mon-iti, &U of Bwvet Hume, Mim Co,. Oregon.
lii. 1. Afi'KHftON,
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Mud Office at Oregon City, Omifon, I
Jan. 24, mi.
Notice is herebV ivn thrtt tho. inUnwlnir-nampft
settler htw tiletl notice of hti fntention ti make
tiiml proof in unpport of lite claim, and Mint mid
)nMfwiHpeniaitilioforethe;k'rlc ofl.inn County t
at Albany, Oregon, on March 17. 1803. viz;
JAHFHU I). UOLVK,
Pre, P S No. 7118, forthfl W, koffi. W. N- R.
g.of 8. W. , K, W. of a. See. 10, 1 18B.(
He uameo the following witncanw to wove his
conUtiuoiw roHdenec mum andwdttvation of tid
laiiii.viz: William J. MirKn, Orlatnlo Wvkws,
Arthur Stitt, aud John Kiueliart, all of Sweei
Howe, JJnn Co,, Oregon,
ALL ABODT LEBANON
Lebanon, located near tlie Santiam,
Everybody buys of 5aker that can.
His boots and shoes are made to fit the feet.
They have been tried in Lebanon and Sodaville streots.
Lebanon can boast of a nix dollar nlme
That can be sold at laker's for?4 nOin kangaroo.
Lebanon will never take the back Heal,
As long as Baker fchoes the ladies' feet,
For the prices are away down so low;
Everybody can havefl 25, $1 CO, $2 OH shoe you know.
Baker's $2 50, $3 00, $4 50 shoes are sold
In the east for $3 00, $3 50, $5 00 to young and old.
Baker has sold 200,000 shoes or more,
And tho II. It. is now whirling 3000 or more to his store
fiukor's dry goods, bats and cups
Are carried ou in grout quantity as wall as iiiouho trups.
Ibunon has apapar mill as wall on olootric lights.
Clothing, liukur carries, tluit fits loose or tight
Ltibanon's flouring mill is a success, -But
Baker's toots and shoos are the host. 9
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A Prb Picture Puzzle.
KXPIiAlT ATION, The folIolij(r fricturactwuimfair fim,tun indblstluw daujlitm.
Any one can dud the man's face, but U is not to wsy to dtsUnguiib Uw frcw of the thm young ituliot.
The picture wts Ftiblabwi in a tnv newfpera doom time bro, and Mtmcwd coiukiwtbti attention to
wrmmiortlrtmedies. WoiKwonrincwpriiocoiiipeiliionin(OTn Ai Um aola oiiiwt
tointnH)ina iT imedtcui into newbomn, Uuxwwlio intend the former commlf lion mm rtquuied
Mttooonprtetr tbuone. Aato tlw reliability of"Ih Ford PHI Co.'fttdtbtiiaationuj whicbtlKlf
BtcdicinM are MM in Toronto, Cnnaila. where thny are Ixnt known, pat run ire raJarndtOtbt daitr
Bawiypew, wltolrnkdruggauajMl UwHuig bmincu houwi gctwaliy J Iwomo.
: l ;
i "JC"!0? r,h. n. Ww omiuawn facu. To thflw'wlll Uglwn anlsaol
kfldV Ofl ri WAtnh. cet in ainnhirefi and dumniiiitL Tn ih tkiwA m.m ai. m rmir t
' ulomond Earri
lOjp, ioliiflVi witU
ai ina MM, a prnnnn mnntHi innL
amp- ithe pwr ot Crovvn Derby Vase. To.be AM&t,compitM Lawn
i Kivfli; Kodnk Camera.
prn in ordnr of merit. Kvery coiapelltor mint ctit out the Uv
To th ifiJfA. tllkulna Mi in In
o the iwAtk, an elegant BanciUOt
ennlt fietmd many other mn
PDHfiIe PifltOrft." HiitiiinfiitOi lis ttiMM airW f.,... k ens. .Li . I I nUI Anu-I.
aiirf encloae janie witli 15 VTii. twtwwst stumps for one of Die following "I'rlse Kemadlwi:"
"Korrt Prli Pill Ford's Prlz Juturrh Keuieay," or "Ford's Frit
gongh Care." Select any one of tin above irmedies you desire. Addrtu Tlt Ford
fill Cor, Wellingion ft liny St.., Toronto, Canada. The perann whoH envelope ia
pottraatlted ni'tt will be awarded tbe firtt prize, and the oiben order of merit. iU tbia acta
iiaemeat appears fimuiianeoiisiy uirounout me utltiea bttttes, evury one baa an equal Opportunity-
To tbepenc-n MtidbiRine (crurrectanawer will be given an elegant Upright Conner!
Grand Piano, valued at50O.0U. TotheiMjewonfrom the aemlinaa correct answer
will be given a gentleman's line CUtlU SitnaK" Wlitnh. wliicb ilrlkei the lioure and quarter
boor on mill cathe-frn! jtonga: pleawire, and valued aifcauO.OU. Totbe ucond (mm thesW.a
fint-clau Safety Blryote. pm,;iiicUro. TotbeMiffomtlierWafimlnasEniilillihoU
ion To the fouvik m the lasi, & wiite of Fttrlor Farnltnre To the fifth from the tot. a
andioma Silver Teilfinrvloe. To tbe Slxih from the last, an akrant Pftxnn I.tti.n.. Tn sk.
wxnth. from the ha. a bmi'liome piiir of Portleros. To the ttkth from the iW, a genuuia
Knftimi MttMr trsvaiim,; 'H'nnK Jtf tnu wntu irom uw Uut, two ptecei of genuine f'reack
Stufcoary and many other prize ia onle' ut ineric,
A ipeetel prite of n bilk Droxi Fiittem (lixtevn my eolorV, or HntlMi
Hewing Mnalilne (any make desired) will be iven to the first penwn ki ch State in tba
U. S. who can make out th three dnuglttere' (acei. Wo aboil give away BOO vnlaublt prisea
; beeidepe;ial prim, (if I hero should bo rvonunyMiKilng correct anjw.) Ko charge Umadei&Daiut
ami packing of prieet, Tlwwmeiof (be leading pmu winnere will bepubllihed in connection with am
advertueaMflt ia leading newspapers next montb. Kxtra premiume will be given to only tlioae who an
willing wauut in iutroducing our tnedicinct. Nothing U charged for tbe prises in any way. Tbar
arealMoIutely given away to introduce ami advertise "FortTa1 Prlae ReineiUSiM which are Hand
ant ntedicinai, and will be ined in every family for yean where tbey have been once lui Wd, All
pWxe wili lwirtltditrictly in order of munt.anil with tirtiWiUiluctuyn to jhr pi)ite llierenMniwa
a watoi mm ftoey WRmi!CT nswm ... ;
xtrTApitrmafagesnlne Fewfleaa" Wth, (item winder,) wilt be awarded to even
penon who tsnda a correet answer within 30 day after this advertwemwit appear, in o&se tbey sJiould not
be foitunate enotjgh to Mcure one ef the Urnw pnnH. Tiwi U. if any one osn Aud the three faoai and
encioae them within ft day fum the time tbia advert leeiaent aiiptun In the newipair, they aa
piannteed either otie of tbe teadtng pti, or an extra premium of w-uch on ootKlttiiM luteta.
o answer will be noticed that does not contain 30 ?nu fur one of Kord'a Prise BenradSea
AuijrtSi liicHh.) WLLCi, "6 i," CiW'. feoiintu 4 Bay &, Torents, UntMi