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J Lebanon Express,
FBIDAY, MAT 11, I8M.
Hon, W. R. Bllyeu was In Lebanon
Geo, Thurston, of Albany, was In
the olty Wednesday.
J. t!. Hardin, of liacomh, was on
our strife ts last Wednesday.
John 8 hmiiT and wife, of Albany,
were In Ibia city Wednesday.
. Every customer at Borum & Kirk'
barber shop gets a clean towel.
Cbasf A. Scare, of Albany, was la
this olty yesterday on business.
John itobaon, of Albany, waa la
.Lebanon Wednesday on business,
' Wauled, -Tn "trade wood for a good
nillk-oow. Inquire at this office,
H. (J. Watwm, one of Albany'a grn-
oera, waa In Lebanon Wednesday,
A frch, half Jumpy mllk-oow five
years old, to sell, Inquire at tbla offloe.
J. M. Pollock, one of Alfaany'a real
eatale men, waa In our olty Wednes
Bherlff Jankann waa on our street
Chandler Bloom waa visiting In
this city thla week,
J. 8. Courtney M. D, Physician,
Burgeon and Accoucheur, Lebanon,
1 We are glad to uote that J. C. B'l-
7 yeu was alile to be out on tbe etreH.
again tbla week.
Settle your aucount with Cruaon A
Meuziea at tbe old stand with Q. W.
Mr. F. A. Mueael, of Glaegnw, Scot
land, waa ruglalered at the St. C'barlea
Mlaa Edna Shanklln left Wednes
day for Salem where abe will reside In
Three membera of tbe Bodaville
braaa band ylslied wilb our boya laat
CiauaVehra' mammoth church waa
taken through thla city yeaterday on
Ita way to the dreamery.
' We need our money and must have
- it, pay your account . with Cruaon &
Menilee to G. W. Cruaon.
G.M.Westfall has the oon tract to
oarry the mail on the Sweet Home
line for tbe next four yeara. Hia con
tract beglna July 1.
If you are thinking of buying a new
anting area. TMuaniner KAafl. reaima
A Co'a new apring gooda.
. Dr. S. H.Frazler extract teeth
without pain. As ye editor had a
large tooth removed tbla week, we
know whereof we speak,
Mr. 8. B. Foster, of Salem, waa In
the city thia week in the interests of
tbe Oregon Hedge Company. "
I have a lew aeoond-hand books that
I will dase ont at a bargain.
, M. A. Millkk,
iiaker la receiving clothing, boots
and shoes, daily, In spite of the hard
t'.niee. Hit low prices make the gooda
Wash fubrlus of almost every de
scription, new gooda, new styles and
'(V.k'W prices; 8. E. YouNCt, Albany, Or.
-i When you want to buy a suit of cloth
ing you Will save aioney by getting
' it at Bach's. ' ' :. .',
HI rain Baker received a large in
voice of Spring clothing thla week of
the latest shades and styles.
, A line of hoi h cotton and woolen
dress goods have just arrived at Bead,
Feacook & Go's. Something new.
The aooounts of Cruaon A Mennlea
will be placed tn the hands of t OolleO'
(or April 1, 1804. ' 0. W. CbcsoN.
My line of jacket and capes for
spring and summer wear Is now com
' plat. Gapes are the thing this year,
And I carry a particularly fine line of
novelties, at reasonable prices, , ; ,
' " ' S. E. Young, Albany, Ore.
Bargin sale at Bead FeaoooK and Co.
-. He. Ezra Maurer, former pastor on
the Sweet - Home mission, now
stationed at Jefferson, passed through
this olty Wednesday on bis way -to
Mlas Annie Tuplln returned to Leh. "wniTH ikaour ahnivkhharx,
anon laat Saturday. '
Redpath Brother' ahnca at Bead
reaoocK ana to.
A. A. Rees left Tuesday on visit to
Walla Walla and Pendleton.
Governor Pennoyer will speak In
this city next Thursday evening; May
17. ,'!..;'.,'"" ' . .
Wanted, good second hand conk
stove, must be cheap. Inquire at this
OfflCD. ' !
(Hon. C. B. Montague and Dr. Lam.
hereon are to apeak at Brownsville to-
All accounts of the firm Cruson &
Meuziea must be settled at once with
G. W. Cruaon.
Prof C. H. Hurt, principal of the
Brownsville school, was In Lebanon
N. H. Allen, secretary of the Albany
Electric Light, Power & Telephone
Uo., was In Lebanon Saturuay,
P. M. Smith and wife left today for
Portland to ace Uielr daughter who la
dangerously eiok, -
Bach la not selling his clothing at
cost, but still you can get a belter ault
therefor leas niouiy than anywhere
Mrs. Hyde, Mrs. Craudall and Miss
Saltmarsh attended tbe Stale W. B. C.
convention at Roseburg.
These bard times we want to save all
We can, but of course we have to cut,
still you will save some by getting your
groceries ut S. P. Bach's.
Spring shades of kid gloves, Centem
eri regular Hue and with large pearl
butl'.iis, Foster hook, Biairlt and
gauntlet al8.K. YcilJNO, Albany, Org.
At the monthly business meeting of
the Y. P. B. 0. 1C. of the Cumberland
Prcehyterluii church last Monday
evi.'itniK iii!j following ollta-r. lure
elected; l'realdi-nt. Mrs. KNie Bovd:
Vice President, Hen Umin; Kceretnry
Jessie Andrews: Treasurer. Liliie
Mr. Blley Shelton, the democratic
candidate for recorder, was in tbe city
tblsweek. Mr, Bbelton is a young
business man of good charcter, active.
honest and well thought of by bis
acquaintances, He is a native of Linn
county and has grown up with ita
people. He la thoroughly capable of
performing tbe duties of recorder and
is deserving of the support of all men.
He will probably be elected.
The religions organisation for young
people, known as the Kpworth, League,
whose luccess lias been phenomenal, was,
by a providential combination of circum
stances, evolved a tew years ago in the
month ol May. Every year since that time
the various chapters in Mia Methodist
Episcopal Church, and other Methodist
bodies, both in the United States and for
eign countries, which are enterprising and
progressive, have observed the birthday
anniversary of this organisation with
The following is the programme of the
anniversary services of lleulah Chapter, of
Lebanon, to be held at the Methodist
(episcopal Church neit Sunday, May 18, at
sr. n., which will be very interesting and
prohtable: . ,
0nlng Hymn. - 1 1 - .
Prayer by Pastor.
Anthem by Choir.
Heading of Scripture.
Singing by the League.
Recitation by Dot Hope.
' " " Kalph Summervllle.
8olo by Callie Warner.
Paper by Addie Simpson,
Recitation by Blanche Warner,
Solo by Hattie Warner, of Albany.
Report of League Work by llda Elkins. i
Report of Junior League Work bv Fave
Song Epwortb League Battle-Hymn.
Paper by Hattie Simpson.
Address by Pastor.
Collection by Mattie NUon and Pmma
To Starts Creamery.
One of tbe beat butter makers in
Llnnoounty is Mr. Claua Vebra, of
SoUaviile, Mr. Vehrs has been uiilk-
ng thirty cows for some time and
shipping the butter to Portland where
he has reoeivea 50 cents a roll the year
round, Tbe demand has been so
reliable that he be has decided to
branoh out To-day Stewart & Sox
received for biin the biggest churn in
Linn county. It has a capacity of 100
gallons and 40 gallons of cream, with
power attachment. Mr, Vehrs baa
tbe promise of tbe milk of 125 cows,
and will ruu a creamer; at his place
near Bodaville. The right way to
build upa big businessAlbany
Pursuant to adjournment, Judge Bur
nett held court Monday forenoon and
transacted the following business :
A Hackleman aet citv of Albans,- TV
fendent was given until first day of neit
term to answer.
Same in J H Mullen not ritu nf 11.
bany and J A Thornton agt city of Al
bany. Isaac Saltmareh at H B Miller et al.
Findings dismissing suit and decree
S H MeElnmrry agt Hugh C Cald
well et al. Sale confirmed.
Jacob Keos agt Lavima H McCullouch
et al. Order for publication, and con
J A McBride agt Bank of Oregon.
Dismissed as per stipulation.
John Leedy agt H Middlestadt. Order
of publication allowed.
B N Berdrnan agt EL Beans and wife.
Default and judgment.
In estate of Martha Hunter. Continued.
D M Osborne and Co airt S P R roar
rif rv.,; a
In the matter of the asRicninenf nf
ine nana oi urejron to W S Thompson
assignee, the petition for removal of as
signee having been heard at the regular
March term, Judge Burnett handed in
his decision, yitb. eight findings, of
wiucu me lonowing is tile substance:
1. Tliat at the time aud immediately before
the sMlsnmeut, W. ri. Tbompsou whs treasurer
ami Jay Blaiu aorretjirv of the Altu, h oh.
in ami Loan AaaociatioD.as well eaabier aud
Dr. S. H. Frailer returned to Leh
soon Tuesday after an absence of sev
oral weeks, .He Is a fine dentist and
baabtutt iup a good business In tbe
abort time that he boa been in our
midst. His charges are extremely
A large and enthusiastic audience at
Oak Creek school house last Saturday
evening listened to Attys. Somers and
Btowe discuss the political Issues of
the day from a republican standpoint.
They will speak at Waterloo at 2 P. M.
bawds? May 12, ' ' -'
I'rof. H. B. Mlohener,' who will
terv e on the board of examiners In the
ooDili.'g examination, lb universally
recogih'zed a one of Oregou's leading
. tcaohers. , A good man In a proper
Bev. W. V. MoGhoe bus closed bis
school In the Bodaville Seminar; and
with his faiuli.v started the first of the
i,'' week for Cottage drove to visit rela
"SSivos. They expeat to attend Gsooral
1 toW&te? 5kWW
Oharsvd With Boraa-SteaUng .
Deputy District Attorney Percy R.
Kelly and Attorney A. F. Btowe went
to Bodaville Monday morning to con
duct the preliminary hearing of Frank
and MedersBobson, oharg d with the
larceny of a horse from MlesEiHe
Vanderpool, Atty. Btowe appeared
for the defendants, one of whom,
MedersBobson, was acquitted. Frank
was bound over in tbe sum of $200 to
await tbe action of the grand Jury.
He waived examination. Much sym
pathy la showu for the boys and much
doubt is expressed as to tbelr guilt. It
is believed that others are the guilty
parties; but the boys have been led
iuto bad company.
A Business Change.
Mr. J. J. Dubrullle, of tbe Lebanon
Eleotric Light & Water Co., has sold
his Interest to his partner, C. G. Raw
Hugs, who will continue the business
alone. Mr. Buwlings understands the
business thoroughly and will keep up
the good reputation they have made
in this city. Mr, Dubrullle will
remove to Albany where he will go
into business. He and his most
estimable famtly have made many
very warm friends during their resi
dence lu Lebanon who will regret theli
aaxiatRUt cashier or the liniik of (),,
i. That at the time ol the asaigumeut and
Immediately before, Mr. Tliompaoii, an Blieb
trwiaurer, had a delMwlt of SKIS si, and Jay
Slain aa aeuretarv i'AKi. Iwuilrtek trMi H,,a w J
Croahy from tbe aHBoclatiou, which had bean
deposited in tbe bank.
8. To aecura the aBaoaiatlon. a large amouut
of pniiulaaory notes of the bank were taken and
betd by Mr. ThonipBou.
4. That Baid Blaiu aud Thorn paou knew at the
time that tho bans wbb insotveut,
&. That money on thn nntai nntlan,,.
applied to tbe payment of the building aud loan
aaBoclatiou deVwita, the u6a being aurren-
6. Kefera to trnnaactioua with the First Na
tional Bank of Portland.
7. Before the algnnient,thn Batik of Oregon
Collected money ou uotea held by the First Na
tional Bank of Portland while yet in their po
aeaaloQ, but never remitted to aald bank the
money to oolleoted, nor otberwlae settled with
8. That after becoming aaalgnee, satd Thomp
aoa paid to aald First NsUoual Bank In full out
of money collected by bim as aaaignee, from
the aaaeta of the Bank of Oregon.
As a conclusion of law the court finds
that said W. S. Thompson as such as
signee is guilty of wasting and misap
plying the estate of said Bank of Oregon
and should be removed from his trust as
such assignee.- It is further ordered
that D, H. James be aooointed aaabniw
of the said bank upon giving bond, that
the goods, chattels and effects of every
kind be delivered to him by said bank,
also that said Thompson permit said
James to Jiave acoess to hooka, nntaa
and other accounts for the purpose of
makingao inventory, and that a final
account be filed by 'said Thompson by
wiv. iiwav term oi court.
Matter of assignment continued.
The time has come, in the history of
urcgon, wnen the people need for
tneircnicf executive an honest, sensi
ble economical man. Extravagent
men and cranky politicians are net
neeueo now. Men raised in affluence
ana wealth, like tbe talented Lord
ana men who have been chronic
office-seekers, like Pierce, am tint-.
wantea by tho people. We cannot
offord the former, and we are too
proud to have the latter.
There is now a man before the tier
pie wuom me people need. That man
is William Jalloway, of Ysmblll
county; and the reasons for his elec
tion are many buc simple. He came
here across the plains when a boy and
sas reared to manhood amid the pri
vations or early pioneers aud was
educated by money earned by tfis own
bard labor' Helios spent bis life la
Yamhill county, mingling freely with
the people, whose friend he bos ever
Deen. His county once needed a ludm
as his state now needs a governor
tne nrst was then heavily In debt bv
mismanagement, while the- other is
now deeply in debt by lavish and un
necessary expenditure of public mouev.
His republican county cbose him for
the judge, and he so administered its
affaire that it is now out of debt and
and levies only a 13-mill tax. He was
sent to the legislature aud was snnoln
ted chairman of the committee that
By bis management the state's ex
pense s were cut to a low flmire. and
have never to this day been so ablv
and economically managed. He is
needed in the governor's chair. His
veto will check useless, and his luteg-
niy win insure the state a clean ad
ministration. He has publicly pledged
uimseu to receive for bis services
governor, only what tbe constitution
ai.ows, ana bis record warrants the
public in belleviug him. He favors
the tbe re-enactment of tbe mortgage
ax law. He helieves in the Austral
ian uauor, law. and advocates thn na.
sage of a law doing awey with the use
leas changes in the text-books in our
public schools, thereby saving to the
people many thousands of dollars
jear. uregon needs wig, (ialloway
for her governor, the friend of the
,' The Presbytery.
The presbytery of the Willamette
held a ahort. aeafllon in rhfa Alh, T,ia
day with Kev. Wm. Hutchinson, thH large3 aPProPr'tiu tot the
l or Sale
Lebanon warehouse, situated In
Lebanon, Linn Co., Oregon. Capacity
60,000 buahels, has a good patron age.
will sell cheap aud on easy teams.
Sealed Bids Wanted.
Sealed bids will be received up to noon of
May IS, ISM, to furnish school district No.
16, Linn county, Oregon, with 20 cords of
old, dry, red fir, and 15 cords of large dry
oak or maple.
All wood to he two feet long, well sea
soned, of large timber and to be securely
piled iu tiers in the basement of the school
house, and to be delivered by Oct. 1, 1894.
Separate bids will be received for m, ma
ple and oak. The board reserves the rigb
to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Directors.
BiH'li M. GiaunD.
moderator, in the chair. The relation
ship of Eev. Dr. Townsend aud the
Indepeneence churoh was dissolved on
account cf the health of his family, he
was placed at Newport. Arraignments
were made for the Installation of Eev,
Mr. Hutchinson as pastor of the Salem
church, Mr. D. l, McCullagh was
given temporary license to preach and
will be under the Presbytery. Mr.
"BerfWIgbt, of Lebanon,- was taken
under the charge of the presbytery
while preparing tor the inistry.
T. L. DAVIDSON.
Mr. T. L, Davidson, the democratic
oandldldute state treasurer, made a
one Impression In bis brief and manly
talk to the people here yesterday, His
jovial face, pleasing manners and good
business record will make him many
votes. He stands a good chance to be
our next treasurer. He Is a pioneer of
47, and entitled to all the credit that
Is due tlioso sturdy old glimts who
have made Oregou what it is. He is a
farmer and stock-raiser and should
eoeive the support of the people.
Pure blood Brown Leirhorns. eirirs
fl per setting 18.
W. W. CB4WF0BD.
Sen Bead feuuvvK LVs. hew "ad,"
HON. J. K. WEATHERPORD.
Hon. J. K. Weatherdtord Is before
the people for congress,, He Is well
known all over Oregon. He came here
across tbe plains when a boy, worked
bis way, educated himself by his own
labor, equipped himself as a lawver.
and now stands at the head of the bar
in this state. His integrity and abilitv
were aoou recognized. He wes repeat
edly elected to the legislature and was
speaker many years ago, when almost
a boy. His long record as a public
man shows him to be thoroughly hon
est, Intelligent and firm in hie stand
for the interest of the people against
all forma of monopoly. He has been
known lu the legislature for years as
tbe champion of the people, aud has
been cordially hated by. the friends of
monopoly, Weathorford should go to
congress. He has what the people of
nis aistrlct need honesty, ability and
He Is very partial to the iuterest of
his people. He would work hard and
Our Spring stock is coming in
and we have no room in the store
for it. In order to make room we
have marked our Odds and Ends
in Shoes down very low, many be
low cost. They are all good Goods
but we want to carrv onlv full
1 a J
We have thrown out a lar
number of remnants in both Wool
en and Cotton Frabric containing
frem 3-4 yards up which we will
sell at a great reduction from the
regular price. Come in and see our
BARGAIN COUNTER you will
In addition to the elegant bar
gains we would call the attention
of the public to our new stock of
Summer Dress Goods, comnrisin
all the latest stvles. Also our stork
of Men's Women's and Children's
Boots and Shoes received Qwcct
from the manufactures.
Very Respectfully Yours,
Read. Peacock & Co.,
BY TRADING WITH
S. P. BACH
Who always carries a nicely selected stock of.
Willamette and also for the bays and
rivers on our coast. He believes In
their speedy Improvement, for, he
argues, that by making these outlets
navigable, tbe railroads will be forced
to lower freights. His argument is
good. A water-way competition Is
better than all the railroad commis
sions that can he elected witli big
salaries. He favors a canal across the
Panama Isthmus to cheapen the
freight on wheat and other articles
sent to a long distance. He believes
in low tariff, is a protection to the
laboring classes and argues well to that
end. He has for year advocated the
election of V, 8. senators by tbe
people and is on record iu tbe legisla-
tute to that effect He Is heart and
soul for silver and will strive to make
It equal to gold in its purchasing power,
In fact, he Introduced resolutions in
the legislature at several term to in
trust our senators to advocate the
restoration of silver. He Is heartily in
favor of au income tag.
Mr. Weatherford's personal charac
ter is above repoach ; his political reoord
has always held him olose to the peo
ple; his ability, honesty and integrity
would him a very desirable member of
congresB, He has a large republican
majority to overcome, but no man is
better qualified to accomplish it than
UJf. K, Wagtuerferd, of Liu) wKgtf.
lothing, Gents' Furnishing
pis, groceries, Sc.
If you do not already give him your patronage try him,
and you will always trade at his store.
Id Courtney's Brick. Next Door to Bank.
The Two Leaders of the World !
VICTOR and RAMBLER.
Send for catalogues.- -
Write 'for bargains in second-hand and '93 wheels.
CHAS, A. SEARS.
Also see Chas. M. Anderson, at the Express Office.
I have a LARGE STOCK of BRICK, for sale at my
Yard, in the suburbs of Lebanon, For Sale at Reasonable
Rates. All kind of mason's woik done with neatness and
despatch. D. W. HARDEN.