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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1894)
FRIDAY I)eo. 7, IH4.
Mm. I'. M. Miller luis been quite
sick in its week,
Mrs,1 1. R.'ISorum has been quite
til tills WM'K. ...
Alty. John M. Honiara waa in the
Uj yciUiitday. , - ,
We are Kind lo report Mr. Frank
We are ileaei'd to Hole Jim. J. W,
MenrJe Mill Improving,
Uoo, L. Alexander returned fiora
Eugene but Saturday.
Hon. O. B. Monatjjue returned home
Saturday from Vancouver.
Jvuuly U. '8. Marshal Gto.JIiuii
ltirey nt lo the oily Monday,
Mrs. Andy Vail has moved over lo
Yamhill county near YVillaraina.
Mr. W. R. Barrett returned borne
Tuesday from a visit to the Dalit.
, .There was a nodal at the residence,
of I. A. Bennett, last Tuesday evening.
Prof. Louis Rarzee, principal of (he
Jefferson scliooln, pent Hunday lu
theilty. :" '' . "
Prof. O. 11. Wilkes returned to
Lebanon Saturday ifter a short visit
w ith friends at Etijjeno,
Miss CI nice Cheaille left last Bat
urday for Junction City where she
will visit th family of I)r. Le.
Mr. .Willltfm Reatbcrford took
another load up to Hiirrisburg this
week for LeMasiers 4 Aiideraon,
W. J. Turnrldge bus sold out his
store at set't Home to Mr. Glass, of
CiaBlordsvillc, and moved bark to
Prof, D. V. 8. Held, of Eugene,;
spent last Friday "night In -the city
wllb bin fal her in law, J. R. Smith
Mr. Wllliuirt Robins went to Albany
last Monday lo meet hla niulhet who
caiiiemp from California to spend the
winter Willi Jilm.
These hard times we want to save all
we can, but of course we have to eat,
Still you will saf e some by getting your
groueriss at S.'P. Bach',
Urn. L. G. Meniles, whs baa been
asakliug in nursing aire, J". W. Iden
tic during her late illness, left Tuse
day for her home in Portland
Mis. R. C. Miller returned home
Tuesday from, a visit to her daughter,
Mrs Cbau. 1. Montague, In Fortlaud,
and also her sou Charlie and wife In
; Forest Ij'rovc. ,
0. ti. CeMenter came up from
Harrisburg Wednesday after the rest
of their 'printing out-tit at Bodavlll.
Ht repoits tbejiutluok at Harrisburg,
for them, very good, i ,
1, H. Schmidt, chemist fur Wood-.
arJ, Clarli & Cj,, f J'endletoB, was
up here on Wednesday vlsltlug with
Dr. X. A, Laiuberson and Investigating
the new Industry.
There Is no new development In lb
Chinese-Japanese affair. Tha Japs
have got the Chinese by tlielr pig
tubs aud lire vigorously pulling on it.
Tiny Hill awKe the Chinese stand
Mr. F. U. Hictock, 8.P. agent at
this place, infyniicd us Ihia week that
be could .sell found-trip ticket n
Tu Briny and Thursday to Portland
Including two tickets to exposition
for Vs an. . .
Mens, i Won tayue an4 Whlt-
ey, ' reueaentiiig the- plaintiff,
and Ucsnm. Wyult and Blowe
for the deft'iidaut, are. taking
testimony upon Referee Yatts It,
the Bturtevaot. 'vs.- Ralston oaae,
iu the bank building, lu this city.
Dr. Lamberson shipped to Pin
djeloli this week 100 gi-lions of Pine
ttIiM.'ntlue. The Oregou Essential Oil
and Distilling Company, of Mil city,
will have all of their products on exhibi
liou' at the fair. The company expects
to Incorporate, eoou and manufacture
fiirpi-ntiiie, resin aud ntiu oil on an
' The "MJneval Spring Marine Band,"
of Hudicville, Oredan, will give an
en tr-rt in timi ii t and oyslar supper at
Uie sinilnury next Frld-.iy, December
7, 1694. 'Aduiiaslnn to entertainment
for gcMllcmt-ii ton cents; ladle aud
children free. The oyeUr supper will
b? conducted on the plan of a weight
aoclal'and will be very Interesting.
Everybody corilliilly iiwited to attend.
nine dude, were in the o'ty this noon.
They were Yrom Walla Walla, and
had (old fifty head of horse through
the valley, aud with the money were
going home,' Both were drunk, and
presented a spectacle that would have
opened the ryes of Judge Bellinger.
A young Indlau woman wu with
At the rrgtilar meeting of Honor
Lodge, No. 88, A.O.U.W. last Tuesday
evening the following nftloer were
elided for the eneuelng terra; M, W,,
William Robins Foreman, H. Y.
Kirk pull Ink; Overseer, O. H. Wilkes;
Recorder, I. R. Borum; Financier,
S, V, lljdc; Uuldr, Tiitnua Riidy;
liiwine w aicimiaw, rsiuoT; uut-
ahiji v.iwcimisii, run tmrifi
Mr. J. M. Ralaton lain Uuioltj,
uet your preacrlpllou filled at
Feed oats for sale. Kuqulre of W.
Mm. K H. Cowan ha? been quit
s ck till week.
Ray your Uiloery of H. A. Wilier
nd you will save money, :
Itwoutaost you auythlug to look
at Smith' Xmaa goods.
The Corvalli Gantt I booming
0 ivernor Lord for senator. .
Partle ar contemplating building
mother flouring uilll lu Eugene.
Mnillh' new holiday goods are lust
now the East. l)o not (ail l mat!
Oet your Xuias present at M("""'oi iwo oi me city s out street
Duiuond'a and get a chance at th
LiwiMi bavv been issued fur tbe
inartwi. o: H. J. Farwell aud Tagle
When you want to buy r.sult r cloth
Ingyou will save imuey by arltlng
It at Cacb'a.
When jou want a new bat don't for
get Tugb and Munsey. They have th
latest (y lea.
J. E. Adoox, agent fur the Albany
stm lajndry, sends waahiuga down
on Tuesdays only.
IWi fall to hear Miss Vaadeeaal at
tbe acad, my next Filday locuiber
11th, at eight o'clock p ni.
Tin who patronize Pugh Wuuaey
always gt the best there Is 1u tba uwr-
ke,; at luwust prim.
Tne lst ' groeorlisi 'cl f'lrrilslniig
iis l tb ii est prices at i'ub
Mutt;'. I ff 'bmi,
Mesr. 11 K Arnold and U M.
Basher h-vr opikd up a iuub shop
in lr. Uo's buiidiug.
Pugh aud Huusey bavv J;.sl rvuilved
a new line of furnishing good, price
tbem before buying elsewhere.
Elder Shea, of Bweet Home, was in
tbe city a couple o day this week.
The Elder was quite sick whlje here,
Boyd doesn't charge any nor for
photos on cloudy day than when
the sun shines, but get a good picture
just the same,
Then will be a ball given by th
Ladle of th Maopabee Dee. 8Mb.
Further notiue will b given later.
Just to help us on eur way, Boyd
will niake raduolion of 11.00 on tb
dot. for pholisi to all those who have
been married leas than three months.
To each purchaser of $1. worth of
goods between now and December 24tb
will be given a ckanee at the hand
some bride (Ml. At Hiss Dumood's.
Young man, Improve your tiuw by
golug to achoul at Hanliam Academy.
Take tb kualnaaa eoune and It your
self for usefulness In tbe buslueas
J. V. Boyd arrived In Lebanon last
Saturday, from Southern Oregon. He
will spend the wlnlrr with hi brother,
H. J. Boyd, and (earn tbe photo
graph buslve, ,
Peterson, Ross ft Co, hav some
splendid farms and city residences for
Bale ut a bargain on tbe Installment
Ian. If you want a farm or town
property, don't fail to tee these men.
Owing to the lateness of the aeuaon
and the dull times, I offer my entire
t cost. Bo call and avail your-
self of tbe opportunity to get ay b
gaut bat at cost, at Mr. RUVj,
I nail re ypttr ptoperty with Peterson,
Roas&Oo, They are nvsut for the
Old Reliable, Home Mutual, 'vw
Zealand, Bprlngfield of Massachusetts,
Continental, and other gund, reliable
vompaniea. They also have money to
loan at 8 per oeut, iu sum from S0O
The ladle of Lebanon and vicinity
are cordially invited to call at the
Ladles' Bazaar, when In Albany, and
examine their elegant fall stock
Everything new and of the very latest
styles. ' "'.. .
Music lessons at the acadetqv have
been reduced from $2.60 to 12 per
month. Harmony free to student
taking lessons In any other ef thai
music course. , -
Mrs. A. K. Davis bad tbe misfoit
une to fall while g ilng down the steps
at Mr. Eagleson's laat Sunday night, I
injuring uer si iuuvu iiwi, suv up
beeu unable to ' up this week.
Mr. J, M, Ralston, wb, has been lu
tbe city tbl week, attending the trial
received, a telegram late lust night
from bis brother, C H. Ralston, of
Portland, that his mother had mkeu
suddenly worse. " , '
A- 8, Powell purchased yesterday
from Linn county farmer 110 bead of
bog. and shipped tbem to Portland
last bight. The lot Averaged over 809
pounds each, aud represented a value
of about fl,200.-IIi rnld.
Mlaa Morle Vauderaal, of Batem,
au elocutionist of ability wji git's ai
etilerlulunieiit at ti academy on
Friday evcnlug, Deceniber 14ib. She
will be aaslsted by the Music depart
ment of th academy and U
enjoyable prigrru I aaauredi Tu'
enteitaliiiunt I ghd" fur th b"S'
pf the swqeiwy n an adminiwi m
f iweniyaive a
Council CmnBins, I
Lebanon, Or., Dec. 6, 1804.1
Present, the Hon. 0. 1). Montague,
mayor, and Oooucllmen Rive, Cotton,
Myera, Andrews and Kelletiborger.
AMent, councilman Heed,
The minute of tbe last meeting
were read ana approved.
The committee on health and police,
to whom was referred the matter of the
appointment of a nightwatchniau and
the erection of street lamps in certain
dark alleys and streets, reported as
follows: "After investigation we fiud
that no satisfactory arrangements can
mad, and would recommend that
th matter be dropped for th pre-
The recorder read a communication
i from J. W. Howell relative to the bur-
lamps, and upon motion the marshal
was instructed to ship the same at
once, aud by the same motion a sum
sufficient to prepay the freight charge
so Bslem was appropriated out of the
Tlie report of the Hon. C. B. Mon
tague, mayor, and A. F. Stone, re
corder, ronsituting the canvassing
board o the late city election was
read and upon motion was accepted
and ordered placed on file.
The following contract bills, and
bills for salaries of city officers were
read, allowed and warrants ordered
L I L A W Co, lights tor KoTeuber.
ilarvlnrNnv. ft IX
a a oarisihl.clly sttorney, i
f W Morgan, nirhl, ulart tor Sot . . . 21 Ou
1 1 moss, rsoorder, rws lo data. .
-1 pon motion the rules ware aas
pended and the following hills allowed
and warrants ordered drawn therefor:
B Y Elrkpslriek, printing at 20
I M Bsabor, bsullai frsfsl SO
Jas MoCurdy, do .ISO
Wm Rctherford, do ....... ....... 160
ilsi Isls, work on strssla 1 SO
J U Wbldbss, do 103
It was then moved and carried that
tbe marshal be instructed te lay a
new cross-walk on the street running
west from the corner of the property
ni J. O. Boyls, sfter which th
council adjourned to meet at the next
regular meeting, Dec. 18th' 1804.
A. F. Stowk,
Recorder of the city of Lebanon.
Mr. L. M. Westtall died at her
borne lu this city December 4, 18M,
at 9:15 p.m.
Hhe baa beeu a patient sufferer for
more than (wo year'. She has seen
four of her children pas over before
her Into the other world and haa borne
her grlefe and sorrows with realgna.
tloa and fortitude.
Kb came to. Oregon in tbe tame
party with Mr. Weatfall In the year
They left Iowa, April 4tb, of that
year and were ou the Journey five
month and twenty-one (lays.
. On tb Hth of Dtermhvr Jollbwliig
their arrival Mr. Q. M. 'A'eslfall and
Mis U SI. Heaiy were Dulled In
marriage at Tangent, Oregon.
Mr. Weetfall was conscious at (be
time of her death. Blie ealled the
family about ber and nude them all
understand that she Knew the cod of
this life w near; she told tbem she
Vs ready to go and asked ber husband
aud daughter to meet her In the
better world. We sreak the heartfelt
sympathy of this community for Mr.
Weatfall and family In this hour of
Card of Thanks.
Mr. O. M. Weetfnll and daughter
desire toexpreas their heartfelt thanks
to tbe people of Lebanon for their
kind aaslstaive In tbe rare of their
Jiv.'as) One during her laat sick news.
(J. M. WbhTFAM. ADD DAUQHTBBa.
, Wheress, It has pleased the All-wise
snd Supreme Ruler of the Universe, in
His providence, lo reinore from our
, "J"181 Mrl' Jr ,ll i ' 7 ""'i'
MiasLula Westfall: be it
Resolved, That the sincere and heart
felt sympathy of the Y, P. 8. C. K. of
the First Presbyterian church of Lela
non, be extended to our bereaved sister,
ber sister Lelia, aud their kind and af
fectionate father; trusting that in this
sad hour ther may look to our Heavenly
Father, the shepherd and bishop of oar
souls, and receive tnat peace and couso
lation which lie alone can bestow.
lis It further resolved, that a copy ef
these resolutions be spread upon the
minutes ot our society, a copv be
lurnised each of the Lebanon papers for
publication, and a copy be sent to tk
11. vi. rjva.Hi!,i
A Pork Thief.
The f .re
pin? of nils w,Hk J,
Pkilluian killed sis line poikvre. He
hung them up to freeze over iiltfl"!,
and wtien he went out the next
morning to admire his pigs, In! aud
behold, aoiye sardine bad "fnta'1 onto
Hie largest one of the lot. Mr, Skill
man was employed as a detective for
number of yeurs, coiieerjueiilly it did
uot require much time for him to spot
the thief, and we expect to have an
item next week that will be tio'tiewhut
ou th stiisatlooal order. Unless the
gentleman. (9) retail" the mcatbefor
Uet Toursilay Mr. BklUtuau will
publish blm well as prcn-ute Llrq
to the full extent of tbe law,f)rotjojn
vll Tluiet, r . . . .
MHIef all" )'"' T'
g le(J perieils for BV
Vi slierts Pu!i pap pairrr :f tifii
b-fii'-HU'iPl in Lout lor i i ts,
CITY ELECTION. '
The regular annual city elecllort
paused off quietly aud resulted' in a
victory for the ticket nominiiled at
the uiaas meet lug held last week. The
usual vigorour work was done by
friends of the various caiidlduti-s.
The main contest was for tbe uisrsbnl's
place. The result was quite- a sur
prise to many people. There wtut a
strong effort made by a few In defeat
tne citizen's cnniiniate ror mayor,
M. A, Miller, with A. J. Adamss, but
Mr. Miller's election by a large major
Ity was a. foregone conclusion from
th start. The vote la given below:
" rue mayhb.
M, A, Killer. ; ..,..,.,..,...,...... us
A. Jack Ailams... , .. 65
' res lOvKai.Mr.s. -
-N.S. Dslgleisli .' , su
J. Uilyeu 2CSI
8. 0. Long. ..,.......2Si)
Geo. W. lit m
8. B. NysiK ; 217
Ed KellsnUrnfr. 215
R. Ji floodrich
A. E. Ausorge.... ."
: to aacoanex.
W. M. Brown
': run TaiMsi'sia.
J. F. Byil
P. W. Morgan ........,.....................143
Joe Smith. , , lot
Tbem was 21? iote '" '' this year.
'J. F. Hyde reoelved the full vote
ct, with the exceptions of two.
This election makes the third time
in succession that Morgan baa leeu
elected marshal which Is the first time
ao far as we know In the history of
Lebanon that any one bus been elecUd
for tbe third term, which (net demon
strates that he. makes a good marshal,
or that he Is the bist jivliticlan this
side of Washington city.
Tbe R. R. Company Wins.
Circuit Judge H. 11. Hewitt filed ,
yesterday, says The Statesman, bis
tlndiuga iu the case of the Southern
Pacific R R. Company and the Oregau
& California R.R. Company, plaititifls,
vs. W. E aud J. A, L-iughmiller,
defeiideuts, better known as tbe
famous railroad switch, suit at rjilvcr
tou, wherein u dispute unite as to the
ownership of a right of way iu front
of the Loughmiller warehouse. The
decision le that tbe piaintiU'e are
entitled to a decree perpetually
enjoining the defendant or each of
them fiom interfering with the plajul
iffsiu th use of the right of way or
the operation of their tialus and
engines aver the saint; that the
plaintiffs are entitled to a decree
declaring the O. & C. ll. P. Compauy
io be tbe legal owner of the right of
way; aud that neither party should
retnrer vests and disbursement.
108 Years CM.
Father Catena died on iho Slat of
Nuvemtn-r, 1K91, nt his htmie on
Beaver enck, ot old 111:0, ai the le-
tuarkabb use of 108 yiurs and 13
days. He hud been a hale, hearty
mini all these yeiirs up to within a
few day of his death, when sudden
ly his nppdito failed him aud he was
unable to take any nourishment save
a little inilK, and of Ibis but a few
sips at a time. He expired in a sit
ting Hwltion, without a a-ruggle or
evidence of pain en unexpectedly
and quietly that no one in the room
knew tbe moment when tha breath
left hi body. Calmly,- iwueefully he
paasedaway, llko a su miner's dream.
' Two Women Fight. . -Tueedity
iiiornlng Mis. l.ii.ch and
Mm. Hnnklns, two ladles of th" smith
side, eiiRBgiil )u mr if wordn,
tougue-lashlng and abusing each other
after the latest ami liiot Improved
fashion. The word imtll-j ,wa brought
ou througli a discussion of fain'ly
aflalrs. Warranti lor eao'i ' u.' the
belhgerautly disputed btdtvit were
placed In Marshal Dilky'a bunds for
service. Itissaid that ilie inursbul at
first "(bought of resigning ou tlm spot,
but concluded not lo ilo so,- and j-ro
oeedeil to make the -arrests, Botli
ladles, when tney confronted ihe
austere countoiiaucu of lUio.ii'drti'
riheltvn plead guilty, uud wire lioed
each (7, which they paid jihI went on
their way rejoiciug. Sclo Press. .
' ' Tlie Last Riles.
Tbe ruuerul of Haiiuu C. Gll-henril
occurred from the resilience of her son,
. A. Oihbcwd at two o'clock Weilue.
day ullernooii. Tlie remains Mere
Interred In Crystal Lake ovmet'ry,
mid were foliowed lo their Inst PMlIng
nlacc bv nuiiu-rous it-latlvi a, fileoila
uud aequiiiiitatious, Deceastil was
ham In Maine, Jainwiy Sri, 1S27,
iille lived there until 1(13 nheu she
removed to Mliiinsota, ami rt-i'le-l iu
Hint tato and Wtsaon o'it n ill, nini
caiuvto Oregon H e. rs Kwov
ber arrival In this stale ,( liui, lived
both at Carvnlli uud V,'.;wrbj. l;c
tm at the latter Kty-.'!! 11 ''''
lR!i diaenajt nioilii nf ynr'Wi
! y.Diitoieot!l,"!!i'lil Mi 'be )vin;e
tuf lw for ttiwiitut i.-w ni.
I fei dlw ,ik wa piwuiiii-'iilii J (ai,1 i
j Times ' : ,;. .- '
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Read, Peacock & Co.
SOME PLAIN TALK.
Goods which we sell
sentod, Ourpri'JtM will bt
BI A.II-. ; OUDISIIB
Will rooeive the
attention which we afford our customer in person
Wo Have Received an Excellent Stoek of
WINTER. S BITS.
In Neat Patterns, Suitable tor the Boat of Men.
Fine. Stir Hats
Fine Hearth Merware
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