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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1896)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK,
Editor - and - Proprietor
l nlortunately the scientist!
have aa yet deviled no wet in
which the Roentgen rays can be
utilized in politics during the cam
The Oregonian gays that trout
are taking the fly in the north fork
of ihe lower Cooa river. It ii evi
dent the fishermen in that vicinity
cannot wait until the trout season
The Ohio republican platform,
after the manner of such braying
documents, very severely con
detune the present administration
in general, and then declares in
favor of most things the adminis
tration has done. Sunday Wel
come. The Salem Statesman (rep.) was
always opposed to Hermann, be
fore his nomination, and is now
alluding to him as "Binger on the
Whine." It is supposed the States
man's grievance is that Hermann
hasn't moved the capitol of the
United States to Salem. Sunday
The Lyons correspondent of the
Albany Herald, in a recent commu
nication to that paper, objected to
the school teacher at Fox Valley
sending Adventist tracts to the
homes of the scholars. Probably
the worthy (we presume he is wor
thy) writer had forgotten that the
United States ie supposed to be a
land of religious liberty.
That Jsew York preacher who
declared thst the coal combine eome home. At last, weary and worn
that forced the price of 'coal np 40 out witb waiting, sue weut to her bed
cents a ton in the dead of winter "m to retire and found the missing
was morally gniltv of murder, was ' bu"b"d " lD8lf 1' THROUGH
. c J J nBrinmflilinmtnvn hu hall tnu tn hit
t. ii a. .i . ...
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heart good to see those unconscion
able millionaire scoundrels shiv
ering in fireless rooms in their
shirt toils for the rest of the winter.
That Mount Tabor speech of Mr.
J. N. Dolph was a corker, without
any mistakes at that But how on
earth did the old man get it off in
the time it is said he did? An
extraordinarily fast reader would
fall deid long before he could get
half through with it and yet Dolph
got it off and lived. No one will
hereafter doubt that for long wind
ed talks Dolph taees the cake and
bnkery too. Portland Tomahawk.
There will be three parties in the
field in this county, at the June
election, each with a strong vote.
The ballots have not yet been
counted; and no man can, with
certainty, predict the result. Years
sgo, barring accidents, the demo
crats could be counted upon to
carry the county. The republicans
were successful last election, with
the aid of democratic votes on the
one hand, and defection to the
populists on the other. The peo
ples party is vigorous and will
araw irom the republicans two
votes to one drawn last time. It
is needless to suggest that the dis
graceful acts of the last legislature
are the cause. Those democrats
who went with the republicans will
return, disgusted for the same rea
sons. Thus the three parties will
have a pretty fight, with the result
in doubt. The growing tendency
to vote for the best man, regardless
of politics, will further complicate
matters. Voters this time will
pick their men. They will assert
an independence in voting not
heretofore shown. "Scratching"
will be numerous. Already this
disposition is manifesting itselt,
and who can say that the county
will not be benefitted in tbe end?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Revard
J5 o' t-siarrh that cannot be
.... 111,11 i, .utami iure.
F. J.c.mzt 4 Co.. Pro.. Toledo,0.
e. the undemiiriipri hav lrnAH C T
Clieney fur the last 16 Team, and believe
rum perfectlr honorable in all buiinra
transaction and financially abl to carry
..... .... uw.iu., hmu. u tiicir nrm.
Heat A Truax, uholewK Dmiuriita, To
Walding. Kinnan '4 Harrirj, WboUeaie
Itnifreuuj. Toledo. O.
Hall's CatarrhiCur ia uken intamally.
Acting directly upon tna blxiod and raucouj
urfaces of the ayatem . . Price, 75 eta. per
lottla VI4 Wr all firiutisls. ftstiiao-
In guardianship of Jus. Lester Mo-
Donald et al, final account approved
and guardian discharged.
In estate of Janus B Morgan, inven
tory filed; personal property, S47.4c;
ml, 110,315; total, f II, 162.4a. Petition
for aale of personal property allowed.
In guardianship of Grace Paddock,
guardian discharged and G W Simp
son appoiuted. Bond Hied.
In guardianship of Zeno Richards,
6th annual accouut filed.
In estate of L Gerhard, final account
ing set for April 10.
In estate of R H Farrar, Robt L
Smith appointed admr, bond 1,000;
Application of C K and Isabel Frank
for adoption and change of name of
Bertha Kinney, granted as prayed for.
Application of Free B and Minnie
Marshall for adoption of Alma Kin
In estate of Jane E Carter, petitiou
to sell real property granted and cita
tion ordered issued.
In guardianship of Horace H Hunt,
sale of real property confirmed.
Petition to erect monument over
grave of John Browu, granted.
Dr. G. W. Cheadle, deutlat. Office
over City Drug store.
Goods away down, at Read, Peacock
A Co. 'a for cash or produce.
New aubsnriptions for the Weekly
Oregonian taken at this office,
If you think we are joking, come
and see. We mean busiuoss. Read,
Peacock A Co.
More new carpets and 6fL and lift.
wide Limnlenm. Just received by the
Albany Furniture Company. Balti
more Block, Albany, Or.
Those who have bought goods from
Baker during his clearance sale, and
know the great value of the goods,
should notify their friends at once
and have them save money by buying
The Milton Eagle relates the follow
ing story: "A certain married lady
of this city sat np till 12 o'clock the
other nieht waitine for her husband to
' ' -
own room. She was so mad that she
would not speak to him for a week."
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Every Week.
Oats 14 to 16c
Hay $3 to to per ton.
Flour to 8090. per sack
Chop (0 80 per cwt
Bran 75c per cwt
Middlings 1 75 per cwt
Apples Dried, 3c per It
Plums Dried, 2c.
Beef Dressed, 3 to 4c
Pork Dressed, 3f.
Hams 8 per lb.
Bides 10c per lb.
Geese-43 50 (i, H per doz.
Ducks 13 $4 per dot.
Chickens 12 0M5 i: 60.
Turkeys 8c per lb.
Eggs 7c lerdoz.
Butter 15 20c pr lb.
Hides Green, 3c; dry, 6c.
Notice is hereby aiven that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween J. U Mayer aud C. H. Kim-
brnuen nd known as Mayer A
Eimbrougb, and engaged In a general
grocery business in Lebanou, Linn
COUntV. Ore?nIl. hna this rinv ho.li riio.
solved: by mutual consent. All parties
uueuteu to ine partnership are earn
estly requested to settle at once, all
wxuuuis to oe pata to j. u. Slayer.
J. C. Mavek,
C. H. KunmiiLC.H
Lebanon, Or., March 12, MifW.
Not ice Tor Publication.
L.i Ornca at Ohmos Citt. Oa..
Feliruanr 24. lis.
Notice ia hereby given that the folloing
named settler has filed notice of li ia inten
tion to make final proof in snpiort of hie
claim, and that aaid prool will be made be
fore tbe Co. Clerk of Linn Co., at Albanr.
Or., on May 2, 1866. viz:
CEOKOE ARVE8TA DOWNING,
H. E. No. 8250. lor the K. W. Set 22, T.
U 8., K. 1 E.
He names the following aritneaea in
Drove bta continuous resihnn iiim An, I
cultivation of. to id land, viz: William W.
Banum, Milton W. Vaiman, David 8.
Mjeni, Charley E. Clark, all ol Laconili, Or.
F.OBCBT A. MlLLSS,
Motlee for Publication.
Laicb Ornca at Oaao.i.t Citt, Oa.,
March 2, 10.
Notice ia hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of hie
claim, and that said proof will be mule be
fore the Co. Clerk of Linn Co. at Albany,
Or., oa May 4, 1886, viz:
B. M. Bl'URELL,
H. E. 8115 for tbe W of ' W , W i of
8 W X of Sec 32, T. 12 8, K. 1 E.
He names tbe following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, aaid land, vii: M. A. Fitz-
water, tkeave Powall. Prank Mctlnev, Bud
Omanover, all of Lebanon, Ogn.
UoaaH A. Muuw,
"fti-o ror lull lent ton.
l.A.vp (win at Okkuok City, Or.,
Februarv 24, l..
Notice in hereby ftiven that the following
named settler ha.- tiled iinticeof his iiilen-
lioit to liinke final nroot in Mmpmrt of hit
claim, and that said proof will be made ite-
fore the t'ounty clerk of tt:in Comity, at
Albany. ., on May 2. lSSh, via:
MILTtlS . VoKMAX,
II E No. NSl, tor the N E Vi Sec 22, T 11 S,
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, via: W. W.
(Sanders, Hen. White. (i. A. Downing, D.
S. Myers, all of Laconib. Or.
KoMiRT A. JSlLLIS,
(Those that need a pair of shoes, suit
of clothing, a uice hat, a nice dress or
a cloak, should now group the golden
opportunity while this clearauce sale
is tin at Butter's store.
B. A B. are the initials of Bach
Buhl but their groceries are A. 1.
Thos. F. Oases, Henry C. Payne, Henry C.
PACIFIC R. R.
; Sew Tork
Boctnn and all
Point Xant and South
For information, time cards, map? and
tickets, cull on or write
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Fare from Albsny or points west to
Cabin, $12 00
Steerage, 8 00
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For sailing days apply to
H. L. Waujem, Agent,
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Extras ami Repairs
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Successors to Knapp, Bum!) 4 Cutiipaur.
Sole AfnMits l or
Oliver Chilled ri,.s,
Harrows, Drills. v.c.
iConservatory of Music
l'rof. Z. .1. Parviii, nitixicul Director
formerly of Willamette fiiivfrjity.has
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full (.nurses iu the Important
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Fine music rooms.
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W. H. LEE, A. M., 1'res.,
TWICE A WEEK
Over The Great
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Tuesdays and Saturdays
From Tuesday, Xov. S, HQS
The most complete modern, ele-
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jVestiiuled TrunsoinLiiiKiitnl Train in
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Eastern polutt. Quick
Not Closing Out,
The following list of
49 pairs ladies' French kid, plain toe
" cloth top, patent tip
" kid top,
" French kid,
" coarse, plain toe
" fine, "
it ti (i
" patent tip
" low shoes
children's" pater t tip
Men's cap toe, Barton Bros.
" plain toe, Kirtendale
" cap toe. Barton Bros.
" Smith ft Wallace
" " Barton Bros.
" " Willism Morris
" Barton Bros. Kangaroo
" heavy tap sole, oil grain, plow shoe
Men's cotton pants,
We have a good line nf Dress Goods that we are selling at reduced
prices; also a line of Hats whith we are closing out at cost.
Days till spring. Have you
thought of what you'U wear?
Every one answers "clothes"
Then you will appreciate
the masterpieces of the tailors'
art which we have had made
especially for our customers.
Ready-made suits with all
the marks of style and worth
$5.00. $6.00, $8.00,
get choice of lines worth
But the real BREAD-AND-MEAT
part of them
are the many lines at
You'll think they're worth
more, but they go at that.
Albany Mills Suits, Worsted Dress Suits.
Fancy Checks and Corduroys.
We won t say more about
them-they show up best
when seen and worn.
goods we are selling
Regular Price Reduced to
U 50 $2 60
3 00 2 05
1 75 1 05
3 50 2 90
2 50 1 55
1 75 1 00
2 00 1 25
2 50 1 75
2 00 1 25
1 50 1 05
1 75 1 15
1 50 1 00
2 50 1 Gr'
3 00 2 15
3 00 1 9
2 50 1 55 '
2 50 1 50
2 50 2 00
4 CO 3 00
4 50 2 69
4 50 2 75
5 00 3 60i
2 25 1 25i
1 5o 1 oo '
1 oo ' 75