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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1893)
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PEARi.nF.iiRfT umm. so. 47. ;io. p. r.-
Jlwto .1 i O. t). F HhII tlrxt anil .tlilnl V,elliie
l,r l"h TA-IOKBIWOK.
Irux Ijihiir. No .44 A. F. A. It Herts
8atur.Uv oveuiiw. on oMwlure the 1U moon In
E. !Uack,W. .
F. M. MawL .'.
IhwlMflK No. as. 0. IT. W.-Uwtiar
TucMlav evuniux at l-A. K. Hall.
i h.Tllnini"W. Huu.
(iiu-i View rir. No. 10. my f
low Mn-M.rt lltO.A. It Hall I'in.
Or . ererv saninlay-ovvnuiK. exi-K u itnnl
UatuMavfifachniiul. ntt-fllntr liu- Inlrtl rrl
day uil'ail -Ali bomit'r ol liiffWH o! et
emu anil eymratiesoi the (i. A. K. an? enrtlially
lnvUwl Ui Bitl Willi Uie i:ainp.
C, 1. MoTimllt. or
A. Oka IUU, rint Scttt.
SAML. M. CARLANO,
Teatueriord & Ouunberlaln,
ATTORNEYS -AT - LAW,
ALBA'SY, OREGON. .
F. K BILYEU,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
3. R. WYATT,
Attorney- at - Law,
A. F. 8TOWE.
Attorney -at - Law,
OollwllalKKlrcn liranipt ami careful attention.
nmtrc ur eaiiencKY'B brick.
St. Diaries Hotel,
Corner Main ainl atriniaii Slieels.
J. B, THOMPSON, Propriclm-.
First-Class in all Apartments.
attention pail ;U CHi
Btnird und lMgiu, per rtuy, fl t
2; per we'h MM
riuomnitor to U. L. MoClurt
SI laving Parlor.
Xu Hanwird' ISow
Firft-Claas Artists in attend
ance. Hot and Cold Baths with
Shower at all times.
Yoi'B Patkonaob Boliwtkii.
Applications nf posts B and 41; fur rtVl'r,
f intkms foi indigent .wtwiiih, ilismiswa.
Application of J. 3.. Milter for aid of T. B.
Ki-portot A J Wrtle, nja. H S7, ac
cepted, mid U Buttler appointed.'
Application V H yiweiter et fr comi
ty nmi,, granted.
In thenumt-r fl'Ithe petltint: of J T Jtolf
ut at, for a hridpe it wuk ortlomi tlmt tin-
county mlwrtise.for huh for ImtUTutg of thv
Thrur hnUreii dolhini rt-wurd wBnon.i'wt '
otiemi 1ir thrtf ,;njhenHm of the murderer i
of Jolt n M J UiveuU.
Urport of 6 'B Hhiiphenl, mipt. .if dint. M,
wait illowal, ami Win H Hbcplmrd apiwilitt-
Petition of J-vid Hire H nl fur county
roud grant m1, and John Hlund, A. Hkiiiii.T
und Joer Lmds K;tw''twl viewpra,
Thf kro)neitiou of tlu limi County At
utmct i'ouipuny to writtt up the prtweut
0KituntJa imik U. Miircli 1, !0, was iio
In Cbc oiaUtir of the application of J. Wo
Coirett ut 1, for Imatitiu of county niad,
rowl ttntercd opciied.
AnpliraiHin of C Kt'utly, for locution
county road, diBmisnwl.
W A Thoiujwoii rcMifnn-d tt H0(crvisor of
rotMi district 52, and John lictlltaai was a
Application of John A Uluwch ut al, lor
county roal, distiiiBwd.
T'ctittoii of J. K CharltoiMtt al, for ro-tai
buraementof ex-dhcrid LC Hice, for mon
ey stolen when shrit! in Ittyj, diHmitd
Matter of retfotutiona of biiwint mmucH
in tuteronc to railroad cross ingii waa con
tinued. Applicatittn of Alfred Wheeler fur reduo
tion of deliiMjuent taxes, dirtmiaiwd. Also
application of John C. Davis waadlamlitKcd
"' VttlM ALLOWS!).
0 P Co-bow, aid Hail
G C CtHik-y, aid Mm Clark -i'hwbe
A Uendttraon, aid
Indies Aid Hoci"ty, aid joor
W E Savage, aid Cos family ..
Q F Crawford, aid Mn Koberta
J? L Wallace, aid Mrs Kltta
John Buniott, aid Junky
Hiram llaker, aid Mrs Ualloway
W H Gullifont, aid Mm Johinton
I W B GloNt.-oitl It Kemp
I J) F Crow, keeping poor
John Ushec, janitor
A G -Pronht, acct roods
State vs M .Wasaom, fees
Miller, actf nmtla
J K WyatL.ft'ea
Sawyer Brtw, at-nl roadH
Htatc vs A II Brown
L C Kice, aotx election
Onitton vs Aidob Hiatt
8t Vincent Hotpiuu, aid nmr
E T T Kishet, surveyor
G B HlutpherU, supt dint M
Thos Abelt,.id iioor
C C JackHon, xt MhpritT
Kiinsey & Pavia, incidentala
J A Bilyeu, prcliitiinary examination
G F HuMHill, examiuiiiK teachers
X J Htites, - "
J J Chariton, "
N P Puync. cltyk's twa
Mrs X' Coon
A J ilUlit, MV,l. COttCl lllHUrtJ
J N Duncan, mihiry
Win liumbHiit?Ut Kir (ik'iu
Jtihft W Pupli, per di!ni
fanners have begun spring work on
a small scale.
Health is pretty good, notwithstand
ing we had uue case ol scarlet fever.
3. D. Bowel!, D. B. Emrick S. Taylor
and W. J. Oriiuus inude a liuniuess trip
to.Hillsboru tills week.
Next halurtlny evening will lie the
lust "club dunce" ol lliu aciiaou.
Quite a number a horses have died
in this county, of uliiid aiuggcts, liul
none have peeii lost in Ibis vicinity Una
winter, it being Ihe hist winter lor
several years that we could say us
much far tin- health of our stock.
W. i. Gilmi i", deputy assessor fur
Washington county, expects to (oui
uieiice worji next week,
Clothing at etwt al The L. K. liitiin
Clothing Co., lu Albtiny.
The willnf Alexwulor (Mawforrt wiia
adn.lttwl'h) word; Ann CrawfunJ up
pointi'd 'jKt'MHrU. '
Fhml Warhtu; in tV fvXf of 8 B
FltiiU'L'fttt and Ki.mh Aim Orm, wt
fr ApafK ad.
lVT?1 2!!.."r.!!,S1!::5 ? !
al; Arnold Siininn'r iitKlMU'il t'uurd- j
Ill cunnllniiHliip f Wulli-r and
Myrtle MuHridi', mil.' of iruierly ap-
prnviiia; .ni iwibiu iisiiit iw, p.Tiini
mimrt' D 13.
Final aiimuut In the eslate of G VV
WurKiolli ( fill' April Hill.
liitlitfiwtiitn.fll M Waller. E It
HiiHto.i wiia nppojtih'd diaiiiatrulnr;
bii.ido flKHKI; appniwirs appointed.
In tin; (Ktulo of W P Kuiitli, liiind of
In the Miiiirilittnuhip nf Murllui,
Duvkl und V. illlinu Hildmtli, oUutlim
ordiTi d Naiind April 3d.
In tlie ("lutt f Daniel rlmw, Icttcm
of ai nilniHti-niiiii were liui'dtii i.)
Mliuw; Inind, &'(KMI; uppraiavrii uppnint
ed. In the RUiirdiuiwIilp of AogOKta
Wilk-rt at nl, flmt nwouiit ttli'd; iaw
ordered paid to widow and minor.
In llii'CHtnUMifH A MuCartney, In
ventory filed; real propurly Wii; mon
ey, (K!0; perwiual proparty, JT7 75.
In the entaUtol Huunnli tiohnett,
Invi'iitory filed; real pmiierty H10;
mnwi, 4ll 0; personal proirty
In the mlaU' of Owen Blair, real
proKirty ordered wild; citation ordered
liwued for Appnl 8tb.
In the enti.teof J ft McKetehnle,
real )rowrty wild.
In the entitle of Sarah M While, pe
nnon to wll real property vontiuued.
In I he estate of 6 B MeKlnnev. L
H MiniUiiye appointed guardian ad
litem of miuon. .
In the estate of Cecil Morgan, ietl
tluii of J Van Winkle diauiiiweU.
In the eatate of V B Tucker, ordered
made nunc pro tunc granting petition
of T J 1'itchford.
In the eatate nf John M J Loveall,
Harvey Loveall wan appointed ailinlu
iatratnr; bonds, $1400; appraiaera ap
pointed. Ill the guardianship of Itolwi t .Mnt
liaik, dual aiicouut allowed.
In the eatate of Quo B Meklimey, L
H Montanye was appoluted guardian
In the estate of Mary Hixon, J It
Wyntt was appointed administrator;
In the estate of E Fruin, final ac
count set fur April 8.
In guardianship of lien Hei flint; et
al, guardian appointed; bond, tlliHHI.
Ill the estate of N P Smith. Insane.
guardian allowed (lif, and final ac
In the estate of P B Tneker, luven.
tory filed; "'! property, $302.
The Ktale Tux Levy.
The total aniniuit of revenue to be raised
twins $t,0Mi.sii7.u), the runiiltiiic rale of lux
ation on iiit'ii coftur oi me laxiittie property
is It -i.io nulls, iiiiti is uptsirtioitetl auiotta
the several countlos nf Hie stun- to be levied
ami eollwte.i ami to lii .paid into the slule
treasury by mcii of the euuitiies, n wiling
37,01" 44 j
ll.ItU (HI I
Coos ai,7TI7 4.1 !
Crtsik IUn.1 III !
Currv , .Villi Oil i
liouulus :m.mo III j
Gillimn li.tiis il:
(jruut 7.KIL' (W '
Harney , 10,208 m I
.luekstiu 2s,il(S tti I
Josephine .... 4,l!is 1(1
a nin.utli ....
Mllltliomul SOfvllW 71
1 oik . 2'l,lll 116
Sherniun 7,K! 62
'1 illlimook 7,-175 04
t'mulillu 4tl,ie 07
t'nion ,. 27,lit);j 7l'
Wallowa .,... O.llfll) (M
M'liseo , 21,71s 17
Wnsliiiih'lun . ifc'i.fW 18
Vaniliill ,., STVI5" IB
Total.... , , .$1,000,807 (10
Tlio mr Hpproucli if Arbor liiyf
which la the twooud Friday of April, in
(lie afternoon, has prompted 8tnte
Superintendent McElroy to issue his
Htitiual Arbor duy elnMllftr, which' will
tut lu.iit iir.l Iii a f.iw Ui-ti in tho timh
m ..rt untv .u,,erlt,U.,,n,U of ,h'e
statu. The circular this year consists
of fifteen page and nonta'ns a sug
gested programme for exercises to be
conducted by the schools on this day.
The circular is prefaced by these re
murks, "Arbor day, from bring an humble
expedient of one of our Western states,
a few years ago, has become, It may
he said, one of our national holidays.
Its original design has lieen modified
since Us observance has been con
nected with our schools. It Is now
nut only a day for tree planting, both
for economic and aisthctio purposes,
but its cbservauce has been made the
menus or imparling much valuable
knowledge in regard to plant and tree
life, of cultivating in the young the
faculty of observation, nnd kindling
in.thelr uiinds an Interest In natural
objects which will be a life-long source
of pleasure. It is not too much to hope
also, that this Arbor day festival, en
giiitlng our children lu Its observance
so generally .audio pleasantly with
songs, recitations and planting of trees
ami shrill around the scboolbouses
and along the streets or In public
parks, may have the effect of bringing
forward soon a generation who will
fee both the value and the beauty of
trees, as hitherto they have not been
felt in our country, and thus the reck
less destruction of our forests, now go
ing on with such threatening eonee
quences, may lie arrested before
the calamities are upon us which have
befallen other countries through the
loss of their trees." Statesman.
It is said that March is the month of
storms. We were convinced that this
is true lust Friday evening about 7
o'clock, when without any warning
our disirs were opened and people of
all Bize and age, 50 strong, began to
rush In with basket and sacks well
filled with ccfiee, sugar, flour, meat,
oauned fruit, etc.
The evening was
pleasantly spent by young and old
V lease accept our thanks for" this ex
pression of friendship and Christian
regard. C. R. and M. J. Lamar.
Direct from. Eastern manufacturers
some of the neatest mouumeuta ever
brought to Albany. Latest .designs
used in the East. Call at once and
make a selection as the best will be
gone before Decoration Day. At E.
W. Acliison & Co's. - . ,,
All persons knowing themselves In
I dehted to the firm nf Parker & Orubb
' will please call and settle at once, as
,; lIu, business mM nettled tuimedi-
of the firm of Parker Jk (jrubb.
1 am now receiving uty spring and
summer stock of dreHs jitHtds, novel.
ties in wasli goods and wool fabrics.
, SAMt'Et, h, Voitnii,
' my new spring etoek of jiicl;
eta ri'iitly for your luriientioii. Tin
assortment is the Inrsl lu Albaui
ami all !M8 styles. Piltes are fifht
f-AMfEI. E. YufNO,
' fay l's.
AM persons kuowli g thems Ives in
debted to me will pilose cull and Met
tle at once as I am needing my money.
JllS. Moist Kits Of.
in In la., In
Ocl 18:22, and died
at Ills home, three
niflcs north "
Lebanon, March 13,
was 70 years and 5 mouths
Mr. Moist (striie to Oreimu in
1849, from Bucllngtoii, Iowa, and took
up a donation Innil olultn on which he
lived up to the time of his death. Ho
was married to MlfS lone Ralston. He
ansa man of sterling worth, and was
highly renpectod hy ail who kite him.
He lias been a great sufferer ahnttt five
years, but bore bis miOi-rlug with
Christian forlltude.being fully resigned
to tile B ill of his Heavenly Father. Ho
leaves a nlfe and three children anil
many friends to mourn tbeir loss." The
funeral services were beld at his home,
and the burial was ut Allan y, by the
Masoulc Order. May God's blessing
rest upon the bereaved family.
Mr. J. R. Oatcbell was born ill Maine
Oct. 9, 1848, and died in this city, Tues
day morning, March 14, 1893. He was
married lu Canada ill 1861. DeceaJtd
was the father of nine children, eight -of
whom are still living. He was 4B
years, 5 months and 5 days old, at the
time of his death. Mr. Uatcheil has
lived here for about four years. His
mother and sister arrived in tills state
from South Dakota and located here a
few mouths ago. The funeral services
were couduoted by Rev. Lamar, In the
Baptist church, and the remaius were
Interred In the Dodge cemetery.
I hereby aunounoe to the people of
Lebanon and vicinity that I have'
opened a grocery store in the building
recently occupied by Benjamin Bros.,
on Main street, where I will be pleased
to meet you all and shall endeavor by
fair dealing, to win & share of your
patronage, as l buy for cash and with
a limited capital will be compelled to
sell on the same basis. My stock is all
new and fresh. Ko back numbers.
Yours very truly,
It Is said that wheu a native of Ha
waii wishes to give evidence of his sor
row at the lose of a kinsman be gies to
. ome secluded spot and tries to knock
out one of his front teeth. In case it ii
is bis niuidei effort at mourning the
bereaved not unfteiuently bungles the
job, and on looking over the debris
often finds that be has knocked out a
couple or more. Ir the grief-stricken
party, however, lacks the nerve or dis
trusts his prowesa to accomplish tbe
tooth's displacement, a dear and oblig
ing friend is always ut hand to offer
his assistance. As a result of this cus
tom a mau of middle age Is ofteu short
so many teeth that gastronomers: are
embarrassed in masticating their food.
American dentists will do a land office
business In Hawaii If the United States
annexes the Islands. Ex.
luecity council jo in i: nm meets
lug in the new city hull at Corvallis
Monday evening, nt which time' bids
were opened for the $311,000 uf wi,tar
bonds that had been offered for sale
and an ordinance was passed empow
ering the police judge to close a eon
tract with a firm in Cleveland, ().,
who litis ottered tills premium nod
accrued Interest. Twenty-eight (lions,
ond di liars of this mou v will be ued
immediately in paying for the t'orval
lis Water Company's plant and the
balance expended tills year In extend.
! lug and perfecting the system.
J Lust Molality nibt while Mrs, .
! tirislitiin wusiih.ent from home, the'
I young people, to the number of thirty
i ''Vf' 8-'tJiei'ed lu to give her aur prise, ..
' ""' " if surprise was
complete. After ail wag sliil and the
tally tt-iis was cooked, a merry t'm
was hud pulling taffy and lilay.n
games, und a general enjoyment, in
which all partook. When near nild
liiglil all returned home well pleased
with their evening's enjoyment,