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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1893)
LEBANON, OREGON., SEPTEMBER 15, 1893.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One year. t2 00
(ir paid In advaim, U Hu jk yew.)
Bli months.. tt .............. 1 DO
Three mniiihR W
tagta oopieii , H,.H,...m.H.H,H..... 06
LUBAHON WTKli, KO, 7, 1,0. 0. f-Wmn
fen Sotiinlty evenlug M (MM Fellown D11, at
. clock p. m. L A. KKKH.K. G,
K. C. PETERSON, Sect'y.
PF.4HI.REBKCCA 1-OIKH, SO. 47. 0 F.
Meels at 1. 0. 0. F Hall lim aud ; tlilrd TNcirMa
.y .ntap of ..el. "teEKMmi N. G.
DOIXIE BALTMARHH, M'y
beat 0 Lnimlt. No. 44 . F. A. 'M.-Miicb.
Saturday evening, on or before the fun muciu in
tub month. ,
T. . HIL1.KH, Bee.
Snaor bonus, No. w. i.'O.TJ. Wi-Meotn every
Teemlay evening at (1. A. K. Hull.
Da. Communr, H. W.
'C. A. Zahk, Rec.
Oi'LMikkk Camp, No. W mvofOMufi
SoOFVT.-Mfel IiiG.A, R. Hall, Malum,
Or., every Saturday evening. ntA the third
liiiirriv nfuu-h miuitli. BitwtlllK tile third Kn
ot; lnad. All brother of the Hone of Vet
era aim mmnimiM in . j. , miv w..j
ta"lw" """" w',h UM !JTie Tm:, CP..
A.CSADA1X, First Hum.
SAML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY- AT- LAW,
Weathertord & Ctaberlaln,
ATTORN EYS - AT - LAW,
W. R BILTEU,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
J. R. WYATT,
Attorney- at - Law,
STOWE at SON! ERS
Attorneys at Law,
Cellefllimti given ffrnjit mid eareftil attention.
Will proellce In all the eourts of the state.
omttt IN UiiaiTNRV'S BBICK.
FORTBILLER 4 1BVIMG,
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
CAttPiCTrf, WALL PAPEH AXD;
Unriertaknff a Specialty.
A TRADE. IT PAYS.
HUCC'l'IKH KIT J.IK.
I. r" ,v in ouv,
St. Charles Hotel,
Ooi-mjr Muiu mid HIhtiphii SlrndlK.
BUD THOMPSON, Proprietor.
First-Class in all Apartments.
HlKtoinl iitU'lition palil toCcnu
BoBrd and LodgliiK, per day, $1 to
(2;i rweek H60toW
In the Osunty Court of the Bute of Ore
gon for the County of Linn.
In the matter of the estate of) Citation,
Jonn 11.41. Loveall, Deceased.
To Thereea Wilson, Ktuily Walker,
Sarah 'Uilcy and to the unknown heir or
hem-of-Jernieiah Loveall doceased, and to
all oUura known and unknown, interested
in said Estate. Greeting.
In the name of . he State of Oregon, You
hereby cited and required to apiear in the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Linn, at the Court Boom
thereof, at Albany, in the County of Linn
on Monday the 2nd day of October, BM. at
l'clock in the afternoon of that lay, then
and there to enow cause if any you have,
wily the application of J. H.I jmtli .Ad
ministrator of the estate of Joton M.. J.
Loveall, deceased, to Mil the r nil property
belonging to Baid estate, dew sited ae ol
Beginning at a point Beve ttj Eight (78)
irodi North of the South-" m eomer of
Richard and Louisa I- Che tiVs Donation
.Land Claim, Not. No. 2309., ClaimJ4o.ee,
in Linn County, Oregon;, itrence Booth
Seventy Kigbt 78) rods t said .corner;
thenoe west Eighty-one ( mroda; thence
North Eighty (80) rods; t hem in n East
emiv course Eighty-one ' (ajand :e fraction
rods to rite place of beg suing, .aentaimng
forty 40J acres in Lim t K'loauty, Oregon,
should not be granted,
Witness, the Hon. J. JL Duncan, Judge
01 the County Courtof Uit JSuaeaf Oregon,
for the County of Li an, with .the Seal of
Baid Court affixed, thi t attii Uay'Of August,
A. I)., 1883.
Attest; N. P. Payi le, (Clerk. Ky B. M.
lu the V.imitf (lourt af iiw Su' uf OrcgtHi.for
inu (Mumyur uuu, n jtaibg lenuc u Aiuauy.
Htulvul Orviruu. C Muitv ofLimi. n. W.
Doiihcu. J.M.MuUlei tndJ. A. itaiwrti, Ttuhwmjb,
(I. C. Htacklumuu and uurlo Jfai41eiaanbJtiti
wlfo, Inuic Wlilte, Biaag iM?iniBer5 TTX.
Hiuui. atiliiB tillrilinif k uiuter lue lirui namw mid
mylef Ituuoiilmfli' r. Ilium di i'i.,T P. CrmidiiU
( (iltiiitiurtinoiwuiui erwwlirni tuuu atin tv k-
T. V. (Irundatl i Vo ., jnfrolMm, WodruH', fratt
Co,, a ctirixiratioii, aiwl N'. tikiiaburtier, ilefviid-
To T. P. Crandal l.dtiiiuF bunlneiw.under tbt firm
nnim- and trtyle of T. f. trwidail it Cv., G&rntt-
tHiu, ttiKKirun, rr in ttt, a curpumuou, aim ti.
HU'tiibnrirer, of a' id WfwK,tuitH.
Id thu Nnitiu or the 8tatt uf OKJKnn: You are
tUirtHiy n quiruu i w appear and AiiHUr the com
i. limit DIihI HWitll iKi vuiiiu lim afouvv tiilillrl Hiilt
'i iy Uii' tlrHt day ti Uu twin ol tin' huU ijuh, next
) tulli-wiiiK ilit.' i'?.iratlim oi lUv )iulllrHtimi ol' iliix
mniuiHitiH. ny lue luurtti aiuudtiy ol (M: tott
er. ISltU. lite Kiunt! ImjIiu: tlu1 . duv ol October.
IWH. ttnd U'yu fnil ho lotuiBwer. fur want thert-
uf. the iliiin tilth wiilawly U the court lor the
rclltsl (H'luHTUtcd In tJic cHtiiiMiiint, to-wil: hot
Judgment. HKiuiiftiuaiuOfrt'iiuutit-c. v. Jiuckie
maiL, lor vrs8.Uri, and iuu-reM llicrcon at the
run oi fHir cent, wr atmmu iroui tnc itn iiay
ol July, lKi, and the, luutkr tiuiu of I'ilnl.Ul at'
Uirnev'jifc-f mid lor their mwts and disburs-
liutiiUt, aiKl for a deeiwiiir Uw torwkmiireul llietr
iiHiriKiU!, iwnKaiiiHt all said deioiiitiinin, on the
rotliiWitiKdi'wrllHid realitau-; Hitualeri in Linn
;olli itj, fclute. orUn'KOli, tu-wil: Lots one (1), two
t nrw nmriij. live mix (ti, eveii (7,
eitfiii.t'M, Jiui wu (it), uioen .o. mix
In J. l. KtUfaion'M I'uurlhiuldlllim lu the 'low n ol
1.1'tm lion, m.d lor the ivtoninition
ol NJthl itmrtKiiKc ivnn thttt said
real Imuu' he .-old. and the roei;.'dr.ol wuid hale
iilli ? In mbi Ihlaol Ion of Niid juduitienl, and
tliiti I tie riuiuir. mid iutereH o' ull tiiid del'cuil
iint'i me !tlhM.'qtieiu and junior 1 . plauilittM inur.
KW , ind lor mieh olti-r rrlirl" its to the court uniy
seem taieei and eqtiiliihlc.
ThiM. iiublloiiiitui i uiade by oi'dor ol' lion.
(eo. H. ihiriiett, .Indue of thd above entitled
,'oitrl. duly made on the null davorAinrusi Ink
ja;,nd ill ltd on thend dny oI'Aukumi lis:i;t.
.t Jt l ftl. it A K I. A NO aiKl mtiWE Km EM,
I Attys. lor I'liuulill.
'Xhe vuluo of judicious advurtiMiit; is
HkiHt rated by tUv Uiro umouiit f work
E. W. Achison & Co., of AUmny, are
putl'bijf up, reiirdlesa of the hard
times. The marble and rair'" rnu!e
inoii-e of tlto Ural l.o be ali.v -d by
hard Mines; nevertholcsB tlife Si-'ii in
doing aH much work as evtr, ihic, no
doubt, tothdr kffping in uynip.tM.y
with t he tiuicu and U'Uing ui'"ple
know lit, ue they advertise more than
any oth er firm iu the mute.
The only I- ure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes-40 Years the Standard
fiber iff Rale.
In the Circuit f ;,urt oftlteSUteof Ore
gon, for the Conn ty of Marion.
M. L. Rinenuw plaintiff
Mm. Susan I eehler Defendant,
Kotice is her eby given that hy virture of
an Executior , and order of a Rale dnlv
is&aed out . the above named court in
the above e mi tied action to me directed
and deliver d, I will on Saturday the 23rd
day of Septoemlter, 1833; at the front door
ot the eour t house in the city of Albany,
Laim Coat ity, Oregon at the hour of one
o'clock P.M. ol aaid day, sell at public
auction for cash in hand to the highest
biddec, all the rifrht, title and interest of
the abnvo named defendant, Susan Peepler,
in. anil to the real property heretofore at
tached in the above entitled action the
tame being described as follows towit:
Beginning at the north-east corner of
of Uiock five 5) in J. M. Raiston'sdrd ad
dition to the town now city) of Lebanon
aceordingtj the original maps and plats
tbcreof now ot rocord in the Recorder's
office in Albany, Una County, Oregon,
and running due south fifty-six and two
thirds feet, thence due west to the west line
of said block; thence rorth fifty-six and
two-thirds feet to the north-west corner of
said block; thence due east to the place ot
beginning, all of the said property being
situated in the city of Lebanon, County
of Linn, and State of Oregon. The pro
ceeds of said sale will be applied, first, to
the payment of the original costs and dis
bursements of said suit taxed at $2110
and the accruing cost of and upon said
execution. Second, to the payment of the
plaintiti's claim amounting to the sum of
1138.07 in U. S. gold coin with interest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per an
num in like coin from the Htli day of July
1893 and the overplus if any to be paid to
the defendant, Susan Peeblcr.
Dated tins lTtli day of August, 1893.
C. C. JACKSON
Sheriff of Linn County, Oregon.
-How is This?
Something unique even in ttiesa
days of mammoth premium oBers, It
is the latest effort of Stafford's Maga
ziue, a New York monthly of home
aud general reading.
The proposition is to send the Maga
zine one year for one dollar the regular
subscription priee; and In addition to
send each subscriber flfty-two com
plete novels duriug :he twelvemonths
one each week.
Think of it. You receive a new and
complete novel by mall, post paid,
every week for flfty-two weeks, and iu
addition you get the magazine once a
month, for twelve mouths, all for on ?
dollar. It is an offer which the pub
lisher can only afford to make in the
oonlident expectation of getting a
hundred thousund new subscribers.
Among the authors of the coming
series are, Wilkie Colling, Walter Jics
ant, Mrs. Oliphant, Mary Cecil Hay,
Florence Marryat, Anthouey Tmllope,
A. Ooniiii Doyle. .Viss Hrad'don, Cup
tain Marryat, Mis9 Thackerv and
Jule Verne. If you wish to take ad
vantage of this unusual opportunity,
send one dollar for Stuftbrd's Maga
zine one yenr. Your flint copy of the
magazine and your first number of the
flfty-two novels (one each week) which
you are to receive during . .ir will
be sen t you by return luuil. ltemit by
P. 0. order, registered letter or ex
H. STAFFORD, Vuhubhkb,
1'. 0. Box 2264,
New York, N. Y.
Please mention this paper.
No Mention Mad. of Miller.
The Fame ot Sodavii.le's Springs
Spreading to the Athntic
From the Botton Globe,
While the state of South CaMiilia is
engaged In the llqunf tratfto, the far
western state of Oregon has gone quite
deeply into the soda-water business.
The little burg of Sodavllle is blessed
with a natural soda spring, and the
last legislature, in its infinite wisdom,
provided that, "inasmuch as there Is a
great and growing demand on the part
of the publh for the waters of said
spring," the state would expend $500
to improve It. ' ,
ThiB, of course, gives the state a first
Hen on the fountain and provides free
soda for the Oregonians, unless it
should be subsequently voted to levy a
duty on this natural product of the
This action of the state In taking
possession of the natural soda spring
may very likely be haiied as a nation
alistic precedent In some quarters, but
itisjustas well for the advocates of
Bellamyism not to be too sanguine.
One state-owned soda spring doesn't
necessarily mean a revolution.
A Good Thing to Keep at Hand.
From the Troy (Kansas) Chief.
Some years ago we were very much
subject to severe spells of cholera mor
bus; and now wheu we feel any of the
symptoms that usually preceed that
ailment, such as sickness at the stom
ach, diarrhoea, etc., we become scary.
We have found Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera add Diarrhoea Remedy the
very thing to straighten one out In
such cases, and always keep It about,
We aie not writing this for a pay tes
timonial, but to let our readers know
what is a good thing to keep handy in
the house. For sale by M. A. Miller,
You can get better cabinet size pict
ures at Crawford & Paxton's in Alba
ny for $1 50 per dozen than at other
gallries for any price. Our work is
guaranteed. Permanent gallery es
tablished for 33 years. No poor work
allowed to go out. Come and see us.
Albany, 1st street. Next door Mason
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed Administrator of the co-partnership
estate of itiirbour A Dalgleish, Wm. M.
Harbour, deceased, lias lilcd with the Clerk
of the County Court of Linn County, Ore
gnii, his final account, and the Judge of
suid court has tixed upon the 4th day of
September 1893, at the hour of 10 a. m. of
said clay lor the hearing of objections
if any. to said account, and Ibr settlement
of suib estate. N, S. Dululeisii,
Kam'l M. Oakland.
Atty. for the Administrator.
Dated ut Lebanon, Or., this 2(ilhdaj'of
Kutlue of Dissolution.
Kotice is hereby given that tho co-partnership
Into' "bra j, between the
undersigned, 'ruler lirm name ol
Alilrich li Week' lei) nm i,.mi Co.,
Oregon il Champion Mill
Cou-pany, :er .j,;. ,. ,k.
solved by iiin n, ,..!
G. W. Vldr.c 1 1.h,cd the inter
est of W. rentes therefrom.
Til e')'ls". 'J breamed mi hv
W. AUri baser thereof, who
ucreiiy u inersliipdebts, and
w'n collect and re-
'ei 1 lirm.
O. V. Aujltlcii,
W.C. Wkkks. '
Date,i-,. y of Aug, 1KB.
We will start our wood saw in Leba
non about the 7th of Sept. Our prices
will be 40 cents, 60 cents and 10 per
cent discount for cash. Kjecial rates
on large jobs. We solicit your work.
Taywk, Stuhtbvant & Co.
Th Fruit Situation,
From The S;-(emmi.
' At the present time the outlook for
iJWli fruits of all kinds seems favora
bly The apple ,j Of wt de
ficient and Montana deal' " 0r,Ie':
"ig apples from this valie" M
Southern Oregon. 8. A. Clarke" ship."
ped a mixed ear with 130 boxes of an.
Pies, last week. The iemand fo,
Hartlett pears secure ,.. .
. - B'uncjo mi oner
of one and one-half cents per pmmd)
.".-....uueaiere, but the quota
tions from Chicaim r tonn .
a box this week, a sharp advance or
ah plums and prune
have advanced; California has few
plums or Bartlett pears left, so Oregon
has no competitor for her pears aud
late plums. Quotations for Hungarian
prunes In New York were fl.30 per
growers two and one-half cents for the
net. ine liarl fruit company
anticipates good prices for Italian
prunes, as they oome late and none are
grown save In the Pacific Noithwesl.
A great nianv vnnm nnk..j .
ginning to bear where the growers
.,,V p"r m at? "e froit, ana)
will be glad to realize fair prices, so tt
is thought many car-loads of Italian,
Hungarian and silver
- j. nun n 111 uu
east from Oregon.
Right to Th. Point.
An editor works three hundred and
sixty-five days in a year to got out
flfty-two Issues of his paper in. good '
shape and on time: Thai's Labor.
Once in a while some one pays for a
year's subscription, or few copies, or an
advertisement: That's Capital; "
And often some son of a gun of
dead beat takes the paper for several-'
years, and vanishes without paying
one cent for it, or even leaving a lock
of hair: That's Anarchy.
But later on justice will reach the
last named creature, for there is a place
where he will get his deserts: That's
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Kverj-Week. 1
Hay-$6 per ton.
Flour-$0 90 per suck.
Chop $1 26 per cwt.
Bran 80c per cwt.
MidtllingsHSl 00 per cwt.
Apples Dried, 8c per lb.
Plums Dried, 7c.
Beef Dressed, 4o.
Veal 4(ii)5c. " ,
Pork Dressed, 6.
Hums-1517 nor lb.
Sides 15c per lb.
Geese f(i per doz.
Ducks-M 00 per doz.
Chickens $3 00(4 00, '
Turkeys 10c per lb.
Eggs 14c nerdoz.
Bi.tter 20c p"r lb.
Hides Grceu,2Sc; dry, 6c.
l' WORLD'S FAIR.
Send ten cents (silver) or twelve
cents iu stumps for a Hundy Pocket
Quid to the great exposition; gives In
formation of value to every visitor.
Street Guide, Hotel Prices, Cb Fares',
Restaurant Ihites, etc. Describes tho
hidden pitfalls for the nnwarj
'hints how to keep out of them
indispensible companion to
visitor to the windv eltv
be sent by mail, postpaid, on 1
i.u,,Wivtr, or twelve cents In
P. O. Box 22114, New York N Y.
Salem's fire department hoo been
ordered to drive the horses to II res no
faster than a trot, and there is much
agitation about it on both shies nftbo
question.-Oregoninn. We would aiijr
gest that in order to avoid all achlents
while going to a fire, that they do not
go at all, but keep themselve and
their engiue iu a glass ease.