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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1893)
FRIDAY, SEPT. 89. ISIW.
(Additional loouls nu nmrt nage.W.
Come in for nb wurk.
I''ron)i bread at Zuhn'ti.
Buy boots and shoes of Read1, Peacook
M. A, Miller curries a complete line
of pulnts and oils.
J. H. Frey and family left Monday
or Los Angeles, Cal.
Fresh pies, cakes and bread at
Peeblor's grocery store.
A new pnpur cutter for the paper
mills arrived this week.
M. A. Miller now has a complete
hue of drugs and stationery.
The Brat shipment of hops from this
place, this year, was made yesterduy.
J. 8. Courtney M. D. Physician,
Burgeon and Accoucheur, Lebanon,
Alex Houk and wife, from Crook
county, are visiting his parents at this
All persons know'.og themselves In
debted to M. A. Miller will please cull
and sett le at once.
Mr. I. Haltuiarsh bus returned home
from Ills trip to the world's fair und
visit In the east.
Tito con fuotlonor's art, making cream
candies and other confectlouery, Is
taught at Zalin's store.
J. M, Ralston and family were In
the city Saturday and Sunday, visiting
relatives and old friends.
When in Albany don't fall to call 01
the Ladles' Buzaur In their new quar
turn, and see their elegant full stock.
Claude Eaton left this week for Ne
braska to join bis parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Eaton are both Improving in
The street commissioner bus (juke a
number of men und teams ut work
hauling gruvel on the streets, prepar
ing for tlie winter.
The Crown paper mills at Oregon
City have again closed down for two
weeks, In order to work on" some of the
accumulated stock now on bund.
Mr. J. A. Ileurd. formerly of this
place, who now bus u position under
Black In the custom bouse, Is In Leba
non this week, visiting old friends.
(Senator Mitchell has Introduced a
bill In the senate to appropriate 1375,
000 for the construction of two steam
revenue outters for the Pacific const.
The Lebanon public school opened
last Monday morning with 145 pupils,
which is a few less than last yeur, but
a very good showing for the first day.
J. C. Bilyeii brought a double turnip
up to the post-ofllce tills week, which
was quite a curiosity. It grew on Ills
little place just outof town. It weighed
Hay if you want your watch, clock,
or Jewelery repaired and haven't the
cash, bring us farm produce. "Any
thing goes" except pole cuts r badg
ers, at Hardy's.
Messrs. Harrington and Coehral and
their families left Wednesday on a trip
over on tho coast. They have gone
over there to look around with a view
Married, Sept. 27, 1803, at Mr. John
Beard's, Mr. Henry M. Hayes, of
Marlon county, Or., and Miss Florence
Beard, of Linn county, Or., Rev. C. R.
Ed Kellenborgor and nephew, J. C.
Gordon and Jos. Mayer left Tuesday
ou a fishing and hunting trip In the
mountains. They Intend going as far
over as the Matoles.
Mrs. Geo. Rice Is In Portland' this
week, attending some of tho grand
openings of the millinory stores, and to
lay In a new stock of fall millinery
goods of the latest styles.
Preaching at the Baptist church
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sundry school at 10 a . m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. ni.
C. R. Lamar, Pastor.
Married, Sept. 20, 1893, at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, In Water
loo, Or., Mr. Geo. F. Shaw, of Leba
non, Or,, and Miss Nettie M. Rltter, of
Waterloo, Or,, Rev. C. B, Lamar offici
ating, The Ladies' Bazaar of Albany baa
again added a millinery department,
and has secured the services of a first
olass trimmer from San Francisco.
Call around and see them when in Albany.
J, E. Adeoi'a family arrived in th
(Ht,y the first of the Week.
TheChampfcm Mill flout Is the Urn
In the market,. Try it.
C. E. Pugh turn rented and memi
into the F. A.,8wan house.
Have you examined those :ie
summer suits at 8. P. Bach's.
Itev. Beattle has been quite sksVuf
lale,. but is now improving.
Cask paid for produce at PeebiM't
grocery store; highest market price.
Mrs. J.H.1". Hope, who has been
quite sick again, we are glad to report
We will take wheal, oats or haw in
payment for subscription foi theEx-
R. H. Roberts has rented Sr. Hone's
fish market, and has taken possession
ef the premises.
Mr. Pugh is acting as city treasurer,
and 8. M. Garland us school clerk, in
the abseiice of J. A. Roberts.
A boarding house In San Franoutco,
filled with non-union sailors,, was
blown up Saturday by union sailw.
Thanking my many friends and cus
tomers for past favors I beg a continu
ance of the same, and in future as in
the oust I guarantee perfect satisfaction
in every liiHljiiee. J. E. Athux, The
Watch-maker, At Smith's Drug Store.
Ihiiiic Ilenjumiu returned home last
Saturday from Portland. Rumor has
it that It Is something more than busi
ness that attracts him down there.
Bend your name and address to
Read Peunook & Co., Albany, Oregon,
and mention tho Exi'iuws, they will
mail you a fashion sheet flee each
Licenses liuve been issued for the
marriage of Geo. F. Shaw and Nellie
M. Rltter, 1 It. Devine and Henrietta
Bmiih, J. B. Putnam and Nellie M
Another letter from James J. Charl
ton, who went to Silver City, New
Mexico, to regain Ills health, brings
the gratifying intelligence that he Is
improving and guiniug st rength.
The Exi'UEHK again calls the alien
t ioii of Ihc loud HUii'rviMrs to the con.
dition of some of the i'oiwIb leuding into
Lebanon, Wlutei Is now approaching
and we certainly need. some work done
ou these rouds.
The following birth, notice Is taken
from the Albany Democrat: "Smiley
On Tuesday morning, Sept. 20, 1H8II, In
Albany, to Mr. and, Mrs. P. J. Smiley
their first child, Mabel V weight 101
pounds. All doing well."
The Ladies' Buaaur of Albany haw
received their fall stock ot Cloaks,
Capes, Wraps, etc., nil of the latest
styles and fashions, which they pro
pose to sell at hard times prices. Call
and see the latest styles.
Mr. H. M. Perry, who has been ab
sent for the post year, most of the time
in Ellensburg, Wash., returned toLeb
anon last week In response to a tele,
gram that Ills son was dangerously ill,
His son is now improving.
Mr. Frank Davis wus in town lust
week. He Informed us that he hud
sold out bis business In Winchester.
und with his father would move back
to Lebunon in a few weeks, where he
would reside for the present, at least.
All parties Indebted to Cruson &
Menzles for twine, will take notice that
one cent per lb. and interest will be
added after Oct. 1. These are the con
dltions we will have to comply with
and we don't wish to slight our custo.
Clius. 8. Sherman, a sign writer and
painter, Is missing from Medford. The
business men of that town probably
patronized trump sign painters, and
the man has boon compelled to join the
"great army" to make a living,
Word has been received In Albauy
announcing the death in Oklahoma
Mrs. Delia Kyle, wife of Robert Kyle,
Mrs. Kyle was a sister of Mrs. Fran
Wheeler, and Mr. Kyle was a sewing
machine solicitor with E. U. Will
couple of years ago.
Billy Taylor, the "hobo" printer,
claiming to be of the Suu Franoiasn
Examiner, made us a call the first of
the week. This Is the first tramp
printer that ever struok this part of
the "digglus" that wanted union
prices iu a small town. He Is headed
for Portland so he says.
At an adjourned meeting of the city
council last Tuesday night the bonds
of Parker & Matthews were accepted
and the recorder was ordered to issue
them a liquor license for the coming
six months. Tbio was all tho business
that was transacted, with the excep
tion of a couple ol small hills that were
Buy your groceries at Peebler's. and
Bud Thompson has been quite- aiek
for the past week.
A great reduction in prices of good
at Read, POucoek & Co.'s.
Call and examine my new stock of
prlng clothing. S. P. Bach..
There is to be a masquerade ball at
Waterloo nxt Friday night, Sen. 29.
J. E. Adoox, the watch-makear, ent
ries a fine line of spectacles and eye
Claud Davie, left the city Tuesday
without letting bis mother know-any-
tblng ahouthls Intention of going, or
where he was going, and returned the
next day. . He says he does not .know
where be ban been, being out of, his
head while gone.
Having resumed business ln Leba
non, I will say to my old cusloiuers as
well as new, that my prices for watch-
clock and jewelry repairing will be as
before, atvastem prices, and swing to
dull times In many cases a reduction
will be made- J. E. Adoox,.
Rev. N, J. Bryars and wife, union
evangelist, opened fire on Sweot Home
Wednesday evening, in the EYatigeUV
cal church. Everybody is invited. We
are looking forward to a grand and
glorious, time. Services as usual it
Waterloo and Plainview, Sunday,
Oct. 1st,. Ezra Mauber, Pastor.
A boy, was sent to murket with a
suck of ruasling-ears, and after linger
ing around town all day, came home
without: selling them. When his
motber.asked him why he had not sold
the com he said no one asked bim
what lie bad in bis sack
There are a j
good many merchants like -this tittle
Operations at the Buls-ia. (tannery,
whieh have been going on since lust
Monday, will eeace about,, the middle
of the coming week. The run this
lime has been on Bartlett; pears, con
trivoted for by Mr. Kyle early in the
season. In ull 4 ,K K) pounds have been
put up, makitig7&0ciisesorlS,tl00cans.
The post-office department gives no
tice that proposals will be received at
the oentral office of the department
until December 1, for- carrying mails
n Oregon, Washington, Idaho and
California, and for the performance of
covered regulation wagon mail messen
ger and transfer and mall station ser
vice in Portland, Scuttle, etc.
Mr. H. J. Boyd, a photographer of
Eugene, has rented the photograph
gallery in Courtueji's brick, and will
be reudy for business about the middle
of October. Mr. Boyd lias been with
F. A. Rankin at Eugene for the past
four years, which, fact speaks very fa
vorably for Ills skill as a photographer,
tliut gallery having the reputation of
turning oqt a fine grade of work
The contracts filled by the Albany
Woolen Mills for state and govern
ment work have ken so faithfully and
efficiently performed that they have
made a reputation for the mills, and as
a result another government contract
for 4,000 United States army blankets
bus been sent to the mills from Phila
delphia, Secretary Galbraith received
notice yesterday of the award of the
The Portland Weloome says: There
will be considerable surprise in society
circles around town when the an
nouncement is read the first time, that
Mrs. Walker, widow of the late W. H.
Wulker, In life one ofthefirm ofStaver
& Walker, wus married In Vancouver,
Wash., on Thursday of this week, to a
youth known to his associates as Jack
Squires. Squires is aboul 20 years of
age about the aire of Mrs. Walker's
oldest sou and Mrs. Walker 1b some
where near 36 or 38. Because of the
young man's youth, it is reported, it
was not possible to procure a marriage
license In this county, hence the lovers
repaired to our sister town where the
ceremony was performed.
Spokane, Wash., Sept. 25. Opera
tions have been resumed at the Bunker
Hill and Sullivan mines, in the Cceur
d'Alenes, under the terms ottered by
the company -$3.50 per day for the
miners and (3 for car-men and shovel
em. One hundred men were employed
to-day, and the force will be increased
as rapidly as possible uutil a full force
of 400 men is secured. The Gem,
Helena and Frisco mines, at Gem, will
resume work withiu a few days, em
ploying 300 men at these wages. All
the other mines In the Coeur Id'Alenes
are expeoting to resume under this ar
rangement, the Knights of Labor and
the miners' union having to-day sanc
tioned tlie notion of the men in return
ing to work. Within n week o er 1,000
men now idle will be at work. A
jubilee Is io progress in sovarul of the
mining towns tu-night.
Petty, Thieving. .
There has been considerable
petty thievingcaround Lebanon the
past week. On- Monday night
some one went' to R. C. Miller's
residence and stote a large washing
which had beem lft on the line
over night. Rev... Beattie's family
had their washing stolen on Tues
day night, by leaving it out. The
tneak thieves als paid Rev. Hick
man and Mr. Sperling visit, mak
ing a raid orw their clothes-lines
while the washings were out. And
we are informed; that they have
also made their, second trip to J.
This shoulds be warning to
others who have been leaving their
clothes on theline at night.
There is a good deal of thieving
around here," and our citizens
should see that they don't leave
things out that they would care if
they were stolen..
It might bet well for our city
council to consider the matter of
putting on a night-watch again if
this kind of "business is kept up
Miss Lizzie Reed left Wednesday
for Portland, 'where she will enter
the medical school again this year.
A reception to Rev.Summerville
was given at the residence of F. M..
Miller, Tuesday evening. About!
eighty persons were present. Judgsr
Miller made; a speech in their nama
welcoming him, which was appro
priately responded to by Kev.
Last week the II. S. Dennt.v f ni
shal in attaching the bank proper
ty anrt oiner property ot J.
Cowan's, attached some property
that had 'rteen sold and deeded by
Mr. Cowan several years ago. Of
course these attachments will not
hold, buVtbey may cause the res
ent owners some trouble.
An exchange says: "Just aow
is the time to pay your debta to
buy only what you need and lean
pav for j. to save all you can. Fur
thermore, be hopeful and cheerful,
and don't be frightened by iuie ru
mors,, or what is worse, don't
frighten others with them. Be a
man and cheer up your despondent
neigtttsir. It he owes you te easv
with him, and if he is destitute,
help, him if you can." And it
migjjt have added: Ahove all
thiags don't forget to pay the
tasl Saturday Susie Hyde and her
grandfather started to go to-Mr. Hyde's
farm near town. They wi.e iu a bug
gy and Susie was leading a horse
behind the buggy. The korse pulled
back and the rope it was being led
with suddenly wound round her left
thumb, and before the buggy could be
stopped the rope tore the girl's thumb
on", breaking the bone between the
first and second joints and lacerating
the flesh badly. Half of the thumb
was lost at the scene of the accident.
They drove Immediately home und
Dr. J. L. Hill amputated the remain
ing portion of the member at tlie hand.
She stood the operation well aud at
last accounts was resting as well as
could be expeoted. Albany Herald.
Among the incidents of childhood
mat siana out in uoia relief, as our
memory reverts to the days when we
were young, none are more prominent
than severe sickness. The young
mother vividly remembers that it was
Cliamberlain'8 Cough Remedy cured
her of croup, and iu turn administers
it to her own offspring and always
with the best results. For sale by M,
A. Miller, Druggist.
Bfotluo to lleblore,
The undersigned, being greatly in
need of money, is very anxious to have
all parties indebted to him to settle up,
Parties who are unable to pay would
do well to call aud make their excuses
known and further time will be given
and those failing to report by letter or
in person withiu the next IS davs
may expect a visit to the sheriff.
Simon A. Nickebfon.
Lebanon, Or., Sept. 28th, 1893.
At the Champion Mills for 80 days,
Flour, per bbl.
Middlings, per ton
Good Chops, "
Notice to 'i'ax-rayvrs.
The County Board of Equalization
will meet in Albany on the first Mon-
doy in October, and will be in session
one week, W. F. Deakins,
! A Hunting Acnldtint.
t Fmm Albany Herald.
. Agriitleman who came over' from
Snmntit on the Ol V. Saturday i-epotts
the accidental shooting of T is. Savage
by Ja. Post, whIJ out bunting, near
Nashville Thursday. The two young
men with several? others, were follhw
ing a- deer whichi was being law by
bounds, when they came upon a., coon
that nan up a treei One of the 'party
shot ft, but not Citnlly, and young
Savage decided to- eliinli another tree
near by so that heould more plainly
see it and get a better shot. Juet at
this trine young Post came from, au
ptberdirection and was told there was
a cooe up a trtw, and noticing- tbe
leave shaking on, the one in which
Savage had stationed himself,, ftreti
without looking at what he was shoot
ing, though of coarse he did not know
that it was a man- At the repurt of
the gn Savage oatled out and sttiii lie
was shot. Post - then went up. and
assisted Savage dowti, as he was unable
to dftso by himself. The party fhraie
diately started for home with, the
wounded man. They were three-miles
from the road, and for two miles-of the
distance a trull hod to be cut through
the brush. On flenching tho house of
Savage at the Summit a docter was
summoned, uudtU was found the ball
of a 44 calibre Winchester rifle bod en
tered the buck, near the kidney, on the
left side, ruugjnig upward, and was
taken out just ielow the polnfc ot the
right shoutderbtade. No bones were
struck in the course of the bullet but
the muscles eft the back were- fright
fully torn, and: the bullet when taken
out was badly, lettered. Tlie accident
is to he regretted. It certainly seems
to have been a very gross piese- of care
lessness. Oou Waterloo News.
Most of tine hop pickers- have are
turned from tlie yards. Tlie rain made
the picking rather disagreeable.
A number of former residents of this
place bava departed fur ather places
since tlie factory closed flown.
Mr. J:i. Brown and family have
moved into town. .
Mr. Sbepard, our artisti now lives la
a residence adjoining tlie. gallery.
Mr. Morgan's buicher-shop is now
located, across the street from the pwt
These is a move on foot for the build-.
lug oa fine grit milt, at this place.
Qiiitan amount has already been sub-,
scribed towards the enterprise.
Piof. T. L. Rift; is. unuin teuchiniL
bcImxi! near town.
IRecorder Bice Ihi-:u, occasional euse-
in his court, for vionuious of the ci'y
Mr. J. Clem organized an Industnut
Legion here lust week.
Several of our citizens have been, ab
sent on hunting trips into the niMun-
Rev. Parsous, P. E. of the Salcon dis
trict, preachttt here on Monday eve
ning. The hosiery factory has beeu closed
down, and there is no telling when It
will start again.
Our sohoolhotise Is still unfinished,
and there Is no indication of when we
shall have any school.
There will bo preaching in the
church here next Sunday at 11 o'clock
by Itev. Kelley, and at MO by Rev.
There are rumors of a number of
weddings hereabouts lu the near fu
I. R. Borum has been quite sick,
but is improving.
Photographing the depths of th
sea has been accomplished by a
B. F. Ramp, J. Clem and It
Bryant have organized themselves
into a corporation called the Popu
list Publishing Company. They
intend printing a paper at Albany,
Oregon, in the interest of the peo
ple's party. The capital stock is
$1,000. Salem Independent.
Monday night three Albany
young men with their best girls
went to Corvallis by way of the
east side. They were unable to
get the ferryman out, so they
helped themselves to the boat, and
piloted it across the river, leaving
it on the Corvallis side, and it is
probable there were some loud
anathemas sent forth on its dis
covery there. Democrat.
Two of Harrisburg's popular
young folks were in Albany
Wednesday, and called upon Rev.
E. R. Prichard to make them man
and wife. They were Mr. Lea
Baker and Miss Lulu Briggs.
daughter of Mr. V. W. Briggs, o!
that city. Thoy have the best
wishes of ninny friends. The cer
emony took place iu the parlor of
the Revere Rouse.-IIoruld..