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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1895)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 1, IMS. .
lew furcupoa Ht Bead, Peaooek t do.
Ir. Paul, of Solo, won here (bin week,
harlle Donnea spent 6aturday Ml
'or pure Unwed oil, cull on M. A.
t M. Cnld well woo In Albany yen
Jay. . '
, B. Glbheard waa In town Wed
day. ld papora for ule here at five oeuta
lent' ahoea. A full line at Read,
.cock & Co.
uat reoelved at M. A. Miller's a new
tut tablets. .
Ir. Lee Mutohett and wife were In
n Tuesday, j
Ir. A. Davis uiid wife were in Al
ly this week,
Ira. Joe Muyer linn returned from
hit to Bulem,
'ableta, pvneila, slates, booka, etc.,
,, at Bniltb'a.
In. P. T. Long Iiiib been quite 111,
t is recovering.
I. VV Klum, near Waterloo, was in
' oily thin week,
Something neat and nobby. See
andler'e beating stoves.
f you want to tell property list It
ill Peterson A Audrewa.
.'Imudler curries a complete Hue of
vea, tin au granite ware.
lev. James Vanderpool, of Bodavilli',
liuuh improved In health,
'lie doctors think that thin neghbor-
jd is distressingly healthy.
Phe Albany Jail is neat enough to
ummodate even a woman.
I couple of ladies ollmbed the Butte
t Saturday, across the liver.
t'ou can get 8 loaves of bread at
lyer ft Kimbrnughfor 26 eta.
i'ou ran aave money by bulngaohool
jplles at Bmllli'a drug store. '
luilth baa the largest line of school
iks and supplies in the city.
Ar. Miirry Vaughn, of Coberg, is
Itlng frlenda aoroas the river.
Die Foresters organized Wednesday
suing with a fullnieuilierehip.
Liquor license were Issued Wedues-
y night to Parker & Matthews.
tlrs. 0. W. Warner and family have
ived into the Courtney residence.
3uy you tickets East over the N. P.
R of W. C- Peterson, Local ageuL
Gentlemen, call and see the new fall
d winter olothing at Bach & Buhl's.
jeorge Rice represents some of the
it insurance companies In the world.
I. W. Burrell, a large farmer across
.' river, made us a pleasaut cull this
r. J. Davidson left for Balein, Bat
iuy, where lie will make his future
iiyoue wishing well seasoned riiallo
il flooring, should call on M. A.
Mrs. Dr. Foley and daughter, Miss
inuie, went to the county seat Wed
sday. For Infanta' and ohlldrena' oloaks
d headwear, go to the Ladles Bazar,
I'he new Cbrlstlau ohurcb, at
ownsvllle, la to be dedicated next
Ouy baa leased to Parker ft
ittbews, the Monogram saloon for
Messrs. Joseph Keebler and Frank
list started for Oaklaud, Oregon, last
I'ugh ft Muuoy will save you money
boots and shoes. Bee them and be
Senator Dawson Is suffering from a
ulsed baud, occasioned ijy a run
lieport comes that James Munscy,
10 formerly lived here, died recently
riie pastors of the city held their
;ular assoulHtlon meeting Uiat Mou
Jail and aee styles and get prices of
llinary at Mrs. Rice's old stand,
When you want to buy a suit of cloth-
(you will save money by getting
at Bach ft Bubl. ,
I'he number of transient guests at
a hotels is Increasing, Indicating a
I'lval of business.
rhomas Kiiy, of the .Waterloo
ooleu Mills, passed through here
lurday for Balem,
Mr. M. Cleaver, of Mt. Angel, Ora
n, has moved here, where be will re
ilu for the .present.
Ladles should Inspect Read, Pta
tik A O.'s new atook of Jackets and
lake before purchasing,
I'ugh ft Money will sell you Maoln
ihesand rubbers, ladles' gent's and
lldren's, cheaper than ever,
Prof, J, B. Mark oanie down from
tty, where ha la teaching tobool,
fill WliMl Friday avauiug,
Miss Matilda Bllyeu, of Crabtree, is
enjoying the amenity of life with Mr.
and Mrs. T. J, Gore this woek,
The Linn couuty exhibit, which
won the prize at the state fair, was
removed to the Portland exposition.
The friends of Dr. Courtney will be
pleased to learn that he Is succeeding
In bis new borne, as he richly deserves.
J. B. Thompson, the gonial host of
the Bt. Charles, was doing business In
Brownsville a couple of days this
Joseph Btcwait finished drying
pruiiis Wednesday. The dryer Is of
new American pal tern and has proyeu
Oregon will be represented at the
Baltimore W. C. T. V. meeting this
month by Mrs. Nsrelssa W. Kinney,
There are thirty-one Linn comity
students In the 0, A. V,. at Cnrvallis.
Every couuty in the state but three is
The family of Reorder Hardman, of
Albany, have been sick and Mr. Hard
man has been detained ut homo for
Dr. Wallace, of Albany, was cilled
nut here luxt Monday In eonsnltatlon
with Dr. Foley, t" see Mrs. E Gentry,
who Is quite III.
The members of the First Presby
terian church gave a social al the real,
deuce ol Mr. and Mrs. Aldrh-b, last
Ed O'NIell, accompanied by his
brother Lawrence, went to the soda
springs Saturday, where the latter will
remain fir a while.
Mrs. G. Uurtley, n former resident
of this cuiinly, died suddenly at
Eugene. Mrs. Hartley came to Ore
gon from Virginia.
Beveral Important criminal uises
will be on hand for the next term of
the circuit court. The ware-honi
cases will be heard.
From the great activity of Nicker -
sou's planer, through! the summer, It
looks like Lebanon's building pros
perity is returning.
More new carpets and 6ft. and 12ft.
wide Llmoleum. Just received by the
Albany Furniture Company. Balti
more Block, Albany, Or.
It Is said the Willamette is now
lower than it baa been heretofore this
season. It lacks a little less than an
Inch of extreme low water.
Pugli ft Muncy have Just received
the nicest line of ladles' and gentle
men's Macintoshes ever brought to
Lebanon, Cull and aee them.
Money to loan. A limited amount
of money to loan ou good farm secur
ity. Call upon or write to B. N.
Steele ft Co., Albany, Oregon.
The Ladles Bazar at Albany are
showing the finest line of fall and
winter wraps ever carried before the
public. Call and get their prices.
The 0. P. church has been recently
reshingled. Borne painting and other
iniprovmeuts are to follow, putting
the building lu exuelleot nondilion.
A Japanese eourtesen, of Balem, had
her throat cut last week by a China
man, who was I hough t to be her lover.
The Chinese-Jap war is not over vet.
Measure your rooms accurately and
have your carpets sewed without extra
charge by the Albany Furniture Com
pany. Baltimore Block, Albany, Or.
Married, Octobei 0, at the residence
or Mr. Daniel Hart, Mr. ft. G. Morgau
sou and Miss Letltiu Harl, both of
Linn county, Hev. C. R. Lamar offici
ating. Mls Mattle Nixon leaves next Tues
day for Walla Walla, Washington,
and Idaho, on a visit to her two broth
er). Bhe expects to remain until after
Mr. E. L. Walker, a highly respect
ed citizen of Tallman, who Is thought
to be temporarily insane, was placed in
the asylum at Balem this week, pend
ing his recovery.
Parties who know, claim that the
hop crop will not reach 100,000 bales,
aud of that amount, this couuty will
be about 6000. Hops are worth from
five to six cents.
Mr. John Welch, for a long time em
ployed at the paper mill, left Saturday
for Oaklaud, California, where be will
visit for a while, then go to JNew York
to see bis family,
Many of the young people of the city
took advantage of the beautiful
weather on Sunday to make excur
sions to the various watering places in
Fugh ft Muncy are headquarters for
boots, shoes, rubbers, Macintoshes,
furnishing goods, hats, caps aud gro
ceries. It will pay you to see them
pefore buying elsewhere.
The handsome form of Dr. Hill, of
Albany, passed through our city last
Friday evening ou a wheel, At a dis
tance, the genial doctor bore a striking
resemblance to Grover Cleveland.
Mr. O. H Stewart, of Albany, has re
ceived a telegram from Salt Lake
City, announcing the death of Theo
dore Burmester at that city Sunday
evening. The deceased was one of Al
bany's pioneer lawyers, aud waa at
oue time a partner of Judge Bellinger,
ul Portland, He had resided lu Bait
Ukt tit ft lb KM Urautf u " .
The Portland exposition opened
Saturday. The dally papers say that
the fair is superior to any heretofore
hold. The cheap excursion rates will
enable any one to attend at a small
The College at Sodaville opened with
sixty enrolled, with many others to
come at an early day. The enroll
ment will doubtless reach 100 by New
Year, thus, ensuring the success of this
very deserving institution.
Frank Skipworth returned from Ba
lem, Wednesday evening, where he
was admitted to the bar by the Su
preme Court. Ills many friends will
be pleased to hear of his success. He
returns lo Eugene tomorrow.
Houses for rent are scarce. The
town is filling up with old residents
returning and new ones coming in to
locate, Lebanon's population, and
prosperity are surely and safely grow
ing. Times are getting belter.
Captlan Lew Eldridge, of Harrls
burg, was In the lty Thursday, mak
ing enquiries with a view to opening a
bakery here, He will shortly return,
ns Lebanon strikes him as the best
town in the valley for business,
The seminary at Sodaville, opened
Monday with prospects for a favorable
year.' Rev. T. H. Small, the veteran
Cumberland Presbyterian preacher
of Oregon, preached an opening ser
mon to the students and faculty.
The Albany police had a rough en
counter with a gang of hobos the latter
part of last week, but landed most of
them In Jail. Lebanon is fortunately
at the terminus of the road and very
few such worthless curs come this far.
A strong "prohl" was seen riding
out of town Tuesday, comfortably
seated in a wagon filled with beer kegs.
He promised not to tap the kegs aud
waste the precious fluid, a living
picture ofjost opportunity and self re
r. R. Cheadle' und family have
moved into the Wheeler property near
Walton's planer, the former having
traded a part of his farm for tbedwell-
ing. Mr. Wheeler has moved Into the
house formerly occupied by his sou
When Linn county was awarded
the first prize at the state fair some one
remarked:. "Yes, it was C. W, Watts'
tongue that did the work." Watts
said: "My dear sir, LIverine Is a pow
erful purgative and I guess it helped
do Its work."
It is said a rich vein of coal has been
discovered in this couuty near Lacomb.
Many years ago, coal was found in
this legion. A coal mine, rich and
properly . worked, would make our
"Canadian" friends independent. Suc
cess to the new discovery.
Word of a Bad death comes from
Brownsville. A Dr. Nettleton aud
wife, recently married in Nebraska,
came out here on their wedding tour
and located lu Brownsville. After
their arrival the doctor was taken sick
and died ou the 8th Inst. His wife ia
Rev. C. G. Harmon, the new pastor
of the M E. church, arrived Monday
and has moved into the parsonage.
Mr. Haruiou Is not a stranger to our
people; having preached here on sev
eral occasions. His sermons are al
ways of a high order, and delivered in
a pleasing manner.
You cau earn W each day "giving"
our absolutely iodispeneible household
article away. New plan of work, mak
ing experience unnecessary and suc
oess certain for either sex in any sec
tion. Sample dozeu free. Credit given.
Freight paid. Address, Melrose M'fg.
Co., 41 Melrose Park, III.
The 8t. Charles' new register arrived
Wednesday eveiug and is a beauty.
About a dozen local and transient
guests registered yestereday. The
book has tastily displayed ads. of the
leading business houses of the city.
The Bt. Charles is a flrstolass house
and therefore has a flrstclass register.
Governor Lord has named Stephen
A. Lowell, of Pendleton, Umatilla
county, to fill the unexpired term of
James A. Fee, as judge of the sixth
Judicial district, the latter having for
warded his resignation to His Excel
lency. Mr. Lowell was a candidate
last winter for United States senator.
An eastern man has bit upon a plan
that keepssubsorlptlona paid up. Every
time a delinquent subscriber is men
tioned lu his paper his name Is inver
ted. For example, "Mllll8lu gioMu
and family are spending the week in
Chicago." Subscriber knows what it
means and immediately there is a
grand rush to get right Bide up again,
As stated last week, Rev. D. T. 8um
uicrvllle, ot the M, E. church.has been
transferred to McMinnville, where he
moved his family Tuesday. Mr.-Bum-
uiervllle has served his church here,
faithfully for two years, and many
Lebanon people are sad to aee him go.
He preached hit, farewell aermou Bun
day evening, which was largely atten
ded; the Southern Methodists, Presby
terians and Cumberland Presbyterians
Joining in the. service. A reception
was tendered him and Mrs. Bummer
vllle Monday evening at the residence
of Mr. aud Mrs, El rum Baker, about
aUrt-Sf jpnuu blu miIi
Mr. John Griggs and Miss Mary
Claypool were married last Tuesday
morning, by Kev. I, Carlton, Mr.
Griggs Is a prosperous farmer In the
Liberty neighborhood and Miss Clay
pool is the daughter of Sam Cbiypool
Esq ., one of our most respected citi
zens, The young people are spending
their honeymoon in Albany at the
home of the groom.
Linn county richly deserves the
prize taKen by lu r at (ho Mate fair
the kicks of her disgruntled competi
tor to the contiary notwithstanding.
Lebanon, as usual, contributed her full
share to the credit of the County, The
LIverine exhibit, with lis accompany
ing collection of medicinal herbs, barks
aud plants, was very attractive and
highly appreciated by visitors.
Dr. E. O. Smith, who has Just re
turned from a trip to the Santlam
mining district, says that the machin
ery will soon arrive at the mines and
will include a dynamo to furnish light
and power to run the drills. A vast
amount of free-milling ore has already
been placed ready for work, and more
Is constantly being added as the de
velopment work Is pushed forward.
The state school land commissioners,
have commenced proceedings to fore
close a mortgage for $5638 against the
Albany college property. The mortg
age was given for money from the ir
reducible school fund to complete the
co'lege building. The action will not
interfere with the school now In pro
gress, though the outcome as to the
ownership of the property may be in
A laboriously contested arbitration
case was in progress at the office of
Peterson ft Andrews, last week, be
tween Mr. A. P. Morris and Mr. Hans
Wodtll, in which Messrs. Phil Smith,
Dave Andrews and Benson Harris
wore the judicial ermine with dignity,
and administered justice with an even
hand. These gentlemen can now ap
priciate the bard tabors of a iudge who
has to hold long terms of court.
The marriage of Mr. Collins W. Elk
ins, of Albany, to Miss Mary E. John
son, of Ashland, is announced to occur
at the borne of the latter's uncle in
Ashland, October 80. Mr. Elkins is a
member of the L. E. Blain Clothing
Company, and is one of that city's
bright young business men. The bride
is said to be one of Ashland's accomp
lished young ladies. Their many
friends wish them a long life of bappi
Married at the Prineville hotel par
lors, in this city on last Sunday even
ing, Mr. William E. Anderson, of
Linn county, Oregon, aud Miss Mary
M. I.angdon. of Willow creek. Judge
Brink performed the marriage cere
mony. Mr. Anderson was formerly a
resident of Crook county, but ia at
present a prosperous Willamette val
ley farmer. Miss Langdon is the eld
est daughter of Mrs. John Archibald,
or Willow creek, this county. Prlne
A reception was teudered Mr. and
Mrs. Percy A. Young last Friday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Young, one month after their
marriage in Ban Francisco. It was
well carried out in all the details. The
bride aud groom received Ihe large
number of guests In the front parlor in
a maimer that put them into the good
graces of all. The rooms were tastily
decorated wttb flowers and autumn
leaves. A delicious lunch was served
in the diuiug room, where orange rib
bons hanging from the ceiling and
looped upon the table suggested the
nature ot the event. Democrat.
Mrs. William Hiatt, the victim of
the recent Jordan tragedy, died at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Holman, at
three o'clock last Saturday morning.
There had been two bullets in her
head. One was removed by Dr.
Kitchen, the other remained in her
brain. Mrs. Hlutt became simi-cou-scious,
and it is doubtful if she made
any rational statement iu reference
to the shooting, for which Mrs. Han
nab will have to answer before the
next grand jury. This places upouLinu
county the respoueiblity ot another
murder trial, and a peculiar one at
that, a woman the alleged murderer.
The trial at the court which convenes
Ociober 28, will be full of interest. It
may give our handsome sheriff a
chance to manipulate the hangman's
rope a very unpleasant lob.
The following from theSulein States
man will be of interest to Lebauon
people: "The testimony of witnesses
in the case of D. D. Shaw, jr., as ad
ministrator of the iate of D. D. Shaw
sr., vs. the Uuihd Stales was taken
yesterday before G. W. Hollister, a uo
tary publio, titnl Robert Johuston of
this city acllng as stt uograpber. Hon
8. W. Dewllt, i.lahint United States
attorney-general, appeared for the gov
ernment and Addii-ou F. Btuwe, form
erly of Albany, but now of Salem, ap
pearing for the claimants. Ibis Is oue
of the largest of about ll.OtO Indian
depredi tlou claims. Th? amount In
volved is $44,200. Mr. Shaw was killed
and his large fright train consisting
of oue liunihed yoke of oxen and
many wagons loaded with freight,
eiflier burned or dilum or carried
away by Apache Indians In Ihe north
eastern corner of Aria us lu Septem
ber 1867, The prospect for reyovery II
Our shelves are now filled
with the choicest line of
Dress Goods, fresh from 'the
looms. Not an unstylish
piece in the lot, and at prices
to suit your pocket book.
department was never so full
of stylish madeshoes as at
the present time.
We would be pleased to
show you through our stock
wether you are a purchaser
or not. ,
Read, Peacock &Co.
DALGLEISH & EVERETT,
Hardware, StOYes, Tinware and Furniture.
Our aim in business is to sell CHEAP for cash. Our
motto is "To lead but never follow." Our stock is large and
embraces everything needd to furnish a home. Call on us
arid examine our goods any get prices before purchasing
anything in our line. Our stock is much larger this iall
than ever before.
Below is a Partial List of What We Cany.
Windows, doorB, glass, builders hardware, carpenters
tools, plain and barbed wire, horse shoes, nails, belts etc.
Ranges, stoves, stove pipes, terracotta chimneys, granil-
ware, tinware, pitcher and force pumps, pipes and plumbers
Plows, harrows, wagons, wafhing machine, wringers,
hums, brooms and brushes.
Tubs, pails, bird cages, moulding, picture frames,
curtain poles, window shades, wallpaper, carports matting,
linoleum, oil cloth rugs etc,
Bedroom sets, cheffaniers, easy chairs and furniture of
all kinds, springs, woolbeds, pillows etc.
Leather, Lasts, shoe nails, garden hoes and fixtures,
ammunition etc. Montague's old stand.
LEBANON, . .... OREGON.
8. B. YOUNG'S. Albany, Or.
Highest Honors-World'! Pair,
Oold Mtdal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.