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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1893)
MAYOR ...C. H. RALSTON
RKCORlrKK F. M. MIM.KK.
TKKAMIRIilt J. A. ROBERTS.
MARSHAL. 8. C. MAOKEY.
J. C. BTLYEB,
J .1, .IDITUAV
G. M. WE8TKALL,
City Council meets od the first and third
Tuesday evenings of each month.
Am Inkumui rather.
The Guard says: A rather unique
..gage came up for hearing In Com
miaaisnera' court yesterday afternoon.
fRrank Weaver, a lad not sixteen years
old and rather under slie, applied for
aeaistanee. He made the statement
-that hU) father had driven him from
borne and the whole family were about
to go to Nebraska and leave him here.
Not being able to find steady employ
ment at work he eonld do, he applied
to the court for protection. The faher,
"Br." Philip Weaver, was sentfor and
made some excuses and unfeeling
statements regarding the boy, claim
ing that he was unmanageable, and
admitted having turned him out and
'hi intention of leaving him here alone
amnnir nractiml straueero. This man
draws a pension and during the past
winter has received some assistance
4roru the county, but this waB cut off
some timesince, the result ofiomein
reetigation made by the court The
toy made some statements, whiott
were corroborated by the man's talk
mud actions himself, to the effect that
the little money he earaed had been
-taken by his father and spent in other
ways than for the support of the fnm
llv. tfThe lad is tender hearted, does
not look at all vicious and appearance,
although thinly clad, made a much
tatter Impression upon the court and
othersjsreseut than that of the father
comfortably clothed and as healthy as
-.as he looked. The court will endeavor
-to find a&ome and work for the boy if
deft here alone, but the action of the
ilathar ta denounced as unfeeling und
1. Buhseribera who do not give ex
press notice to .the contrary are con
sidered as wishing to continue their
2. If subscribers order the diseon
tinuance of their periodicals the pub
lisher may continue to send them un
til all arrears are paid.
8. If subscribers neglect to or re
fuse to take theirperiodicals from the
' office to which they are directed they
re held responsible till they have set
tled their bill and ordered their paper
4. If subscribers move to other
places without informing the publish
er and the papers are sent to the
farmer direction they are held respon
6. The courts have decided that re
fusing to take oeriocHcals from the of
fice, or removing and leaving them
uncalled for is "prima facie" evidence
of intentional fraud.
In guardianship of W P Smith, receipt
from guardian, tor 12353 12 to adra'r filed,
i lteal estate approved at S5. All property
Petition to sell personal property in es
tate of A W Orubb, granted.
In estate of,Henry Ingram finaiacconnt
et for May otb.
In estate of 1 schooling an8 H C School
ing, petitions to sell ptaonal property
In estate of 'laud Shcltoa, bond of
Ililey Bhelton, 1J) approved.
In estate of Jos Bilyeu, personal property
tn estate of Jos. Moist, real property ap
praised at 111,128 75, personal W 92.
. Total 1 19,923 67. C F Moist eculr.
It state of Herbert Farrell, order nunc
proline for sale of real property filed.
In estate of Cbaa Kaddatz, acceptance of
in guardianship of Myra B Conner c-
9 ond account approved.
In estate of minor heirs of W H Church
ill, guardian allowed to make contract to
My wife was confined to her bed for
over two fcionthfl with a very severe
attack of fljeunjatism. We could get
nothing that would afford her any re
lief, and at last resort we gave Cham
berlain's I'ain Balm atrial. To our
great surprise began to Improve after
the first application, and by using It
regularly she was soon able to get up
and attend to her house work, E. H.
Johnioll, of C. J. Knutson Co.,
Kensington, Mi(n. 60 eent bottles
ale by M, A, lilller.
Tom Tower, a 12 year old boy, living
atHolsbrook, in Clackamas county,
bad a terrible fight with a panther,
resulting in the death of the panther
and the probable death of, the 'boy.
Young Tower fought with a knife.
Being alone, and too weak when found
to talk, the particulars are not known.
The panther was found about 200
yards from him. The boy deserves to
Last evening "Diok" Fox, .an old
resident of Albany was stricken with
congestion of the brain at his home
on Frist street. He resides alone, and
was found In a critical condition, be
ing entirely out of bis head. The
case Is one liable4 to prove fatal, though
there is a possibility -of his recovery.
On Sunday the steamer Hoag made
a trip to Harrisburg, and when about
ten miles below that city, In approach
ing the bank tojtake on board the fire
man of the snag boat Corcallli, the
steamer bit the roots of an old decayed
tree, loosening them so it fell upon the
boat. It caught one of the deck hands,
John Brown, knocking him Inseusl-
ble and breaking one leg and gi 'ing
him Injuries that it is feared may
prove fatal. He was taken to a Port
land hospital on the morning train
from HarriBburg. Postmaster Mon
telth, of this city, was on the steamer
at the time of the accident. Herald.
I am now receiving my spring and
summer stock of dress goods, novel
ties in wash goods and wool fabrics.
Bamtjhl E. Young
-Notice to Taxpayers of Lebanon.
As I am finishing -up my work in
the city, persons whes property .has
not been assessed will find it to their
advantage to call on me where ever
the-v see me. If they do not their as
sessment may be made from the own
rship book and may be rated too
high. Very Respectfully,
. rPefsour ilb are subject V aTtaeka of
bilious celic can almost invariably tell,
by their fellings, when to expect an
attack. If Chamberlain's Colic. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Iteinedy is taken as
soon as these symptoms appear, they
can ward off disease, tiuch persons
should always keep the itemedy at
hand, ready for immediate use when
needed. Two or three doses of it at
the right time will save them much
trouble. Forsale by M. A. Miller.
Albany Steam Lanndry
RICHARDS i PHILLIPS, Proprs,
All Orders Receive Promt
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
R. S. ROBERTS, Agent,
Lebanon, Ort'jf on.
The Yaquina Routa
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
E. W. Hadley, Receiver)
Direct Line Quick Dispatch
Low Freight Rates.
Between Willamette Valley 'Points
and San Froncfeco. '
Oeean Steamer Sailing, v
j H. WIIAAMKTTE VAl.fcliY,
Leafes San Krancwo, March t4 ami il '.
f tYaqyioa, " lfi'anu ta. ! .
ailing datea without notice. ,
Bteuoer "Uoae" leaTea Portland, VTcilnoa
day and Saturday ul 0 A. M.
H. C. Cat, Oen. Ag't, S.
Salmon St. Wharf, Fortlaoi
S, K. ViWflj, Uen. Ap't, t :'
.8. C. Hoau,. F.4F. A.,
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Biery Wek,l
Flour-$l 00 per sack.
Chop-l 25 per owU
Bran HOc perowt.
Middlings $1 00 per owl.
Apples Dried, 7o per lb.
Beef Dressed, 67o.
Pork Dressed, 7J.
Hams 16 18c per lb.
Bides lfl18c per lb.
Geese 18 per dos.
Ducks to 00 oer dot. .
Chickeiis-$ OOfiM 00.
Turkeys lOe per lb.
F.ggs 15c ner dot.
Butter 26c pr lb.
11 Ides-Green, 2at3o; dry, 8o.
I have mvnew spring stock of Jack
ets ready 'for your Inspection. The
assortment is the larirest in Alban
and all 18D8 styles. Prices are right
SAMUEL xS. ioung,
' Pr tir ,
All uerBiins knowing tltciitsolves In
debted to nie will please cull and set
tle at once as I urn needing my money.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
ACCOUNTS KEPT SUBJECT TO
Exchange sold on New York.Sr.n Francis
eo, and Portland and Alluiny, Oregon.
Collections made on aavorable terms.
FORTIILLEK 4 IRVIHG,
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
CARPETS, WALL PAPER AND
Undertaking a Specialty.
DALGLEISH & EYEREfl,
Furniture 4 Hardware
Carpets, Wall Paper,
Window SMes, Floor Battings,, k.
Win do ww, Doors,
Builders Hardware, do, &c,
' LEBANON, OFIE JON.
for Irrf frrroation ind free Hnndiwok wnieio
MUN & (JUM3tl BftoAUWAT, NlW VoiiK.
Oldest horeao ffirMOiring p&tmtA In America.
Kvrf witnt taken out by as n bronjiht bofnre
IM pawio 07 a iwviqb ginai into ui vuuse in lot
Larnst stKtilstimi of snr feimuflo piper fn tha
liffvllKiujd "Hhout It. Wkl. ttt.oo a
numuan, 3ii Broaaoar, lit Iwa utj.
17. L DOMCLAS
S3 SHOE NoTttp.
Bat OaU BUM in tbe world for tlw prto
W,L. DOUBlftglflO IWWttefWTWMll.
WrwvtMily ibcmld wai tbnn. It tfladaty
yea ow tootmU to gt Ua bMt vsltw for
y oar nonay, lioonomise to yoni tootwvar by
f prcMBl tfa i
V. L. DougiaSrioe,wMoi
i bMt t1u at tba ploM ad
w, m Unuaaixteaaa uautf.
O- Take Ko 8nbtlCii. Jf
PogfllM muao ud piibtiUaipa OB fajMcm. look
W.UBMdanofcMf lIab Matr
i Solentiflo Amerloan
l iWl i t i
(SUCCESSOR TO G. W. SIMPSON.)
-Carries a Complete Assortment of -
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats,
Boots and Shoes, Furnishing Goods and Grooeries.
Premium tickets given withfcvery dollar s worth
of goods, cash purchase.
Special discounts allowed on all
Cloaks, Blankets, and
Highest market prices paid for
RUGH &. WALLACE
Coraplete 2 Groce
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Glassware and Queensware.
Covntry Produce Taken at Highest Market Price.
DONACA'S BRICK CORNER.
Have jufit received a Large and Well-Selected Stock of
Dress Goods, Linens,
Table Linens, Laces,
And other goods, direct from tin. East, and
Their Prices Are So LbW;
That they will astoniHh you.
" Be Surg and Call and See Them Before .' .
Remember the place-In the Odd Fellows' Building.
NEXT TO THE POSMFFICK,
READ, PEACOCK, & CO.
(8UOOE890R8 TO W, F. ItUAy,)'
- . Albany, - - Oregon,
.. .. UAPES,
. JUST THE THING FOR SPRING.
The Latest Novelties, .
The Newest Shades,
A Large Assortment of Boots & Shoos, (Furnitiliing Grtods, Huts &
Caps, Trunks & Values, Umbrellas & Parasols, Etc. Agent fur But
toriek's Patterns. gUTMail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Call and Hee t's, ' , Read, Peacock & Co.,
. ' Albany, Oregon, 4
cash purcliases of Clothing,
all other wintor goods.
all kinds of country produce