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THUB8DAY, NOV. 6, IM)6.
Boot and Shoe
Has some exceptionally good
Ithu the best Ladies' Heavy
Bhoe, all leather, for$l 80, ever
A great many know from ex
perience that It has a Dress
Shoe for Ladles, for $1.50, that
la not excelled
There liaa just been plaoed
there a new Muck of Heavy
Shorn for Men tor outdoor
work; better gocds tlmn ever
for the money
S. 13. Young's,
J. Waesoin has tieen quite ill this
Boyd will be found constantly at his
gall.jry from now o'j.
Cb a. Stoke aim family returned to
Am non last Monday.
Groceries quality excellent prices
low at Bach & Buhl't.
County Clerk C B. Montague spent
electiun day in Lebanon.
New subscriptions for the Weekly
Oregonlun taken at this ( Bice,
John Morgan and wife left Monday
for their home in Crook ounty.
E. R. Crw, of Albany, Ins putelmwd
the Hotel Jeftorson and h in mined his
family to this city id mistimed
charge of h.ia new buslne'. JuTerson
Kd Blly.ju and family from Eastern
Oregon, aiTlved In Lebaiiw last week,
and after visiting a few clays with 0.
M. Westfall and family they moved
over on Mr. Westfall's farm near Pen.
rln. Mr. Bllyeu is a neohew ot Mr.
P. U. Hlokok, telegraph operator in
(his city, Is entitled to niieh credit for
the prompt manner in w ilch fie elec
tion news wits received hi re. The dis
patches were posted In Mr. Guy's
building, where a large c.owd wailcfl
to hear the returns.
Prosperity lie s been proulsed in case
that MeKinley was elccU d, which re
sult has been obtain d. Money.
factories and other lniustrl;s were
promised to start up immediately.
Will the promises tie fulfilled? The
Express only hopes the good times
that have been predicttd will come,
ami come quick.
A large crowd was in Lebanon all
day Tuesday and until late at night.
Free dinner was served at the Miller
hall by the Ladies MeKinley club, and
was for MeKinley voters only. A
dinner, free to all, was served In the
Cotton building by the ladies ot the
Baptist church, which wi c paid for by
the Bryan men.
The election passed off here with but
little friction. Active workers were at
and around the. polls. All Immense
.crowd lingered late into the night
around the bulletin boards, hut we are
glad to note that good feeling pre
vailed and no fights or q-iandi were
had. Good natured cha'ing was in
dulged in. The victors are radiant
with success. The"vai quished are
sad, but hopeful of the f ilflllment of
ante-election promises ol prosperity.
NOT A LANDSLIDE.
The following dispatch whs sent out
from Kan Francisco Wednesday:
Bryan carries the following states
with the results given: Alabama, 30,
000, Arkansas 60,000, Colorado 130,000;
Florida 15,000, Georgia 4,000, Idaho
10,000, Louisiana 40,000, Mississippi
50,000, Missouri 30,000, Montana 15,000,
Nevada 5,000, North Carolina 20,000,
Kouth Dakota 25,000, Tennessee 25,000,
Texas 20,000, Utah 45,000, Vir-jiuia
50.000, Washington 4,000, Wyoming
1,200. Electoral vote, 165.
For MeKinley California 3000, Con
necticut 8,000, Delaware 1,000, Illinois
140,000, Indiana 50,000, Iowa 100,000,
Kansas 10,000, Kentucky 10,000, Maine
50,000, Maryland 20,000, Massachusitts
171,000, Michigan 25,000, Minnesota
38,000, New Hampshire 40,000, New
Jersey 70,000, New York 284,000, North
Dakota 1,000, Ohio 90,000, Oregon 2,000,
Pennsylvania 200,000, Rhode Island
3,000, South Carolina 6,000, Vermont
40,000, West Virginia 15,000, Wisconsin
15,000. Electoral vote, 2S2.
In the above at least Kentucky,
South Carolina, Kansas, Oregon, In
diana and California, though given to
MeKinley are doubtful. Should they
go for Bryan it would reduce MeKin
ley '8 vote to at least 236.
Dr. R. H. Curl, the di ntisl. Dassed
Dr. G. W. Cheadle wl 1 leave Tues-1 through Lebanon Monda y on i.'a way
flay Tor Portland to be goae a few days.
This paper from now i.ntil March 1,
189", for only 25 cents, to lew sutwcrlb
ers. Lebanon had the arge t crowd last
Saturday that has been 1 1 the city this
The flneBt line of dress patterns in
the city is to be found at the Racket
Highest market price paid at the I
Lebanon Art Gallery, for all kinds of
to Sodaville, where he will remain
week, aud then go to Waterloo for a
week. From there lie will (dim to
Lebanon. He will come here Monday,
Nov. lfi, and reiuaiu in tnis cily one
week, during which time be can be
tound at the St. Charles hotel, ready
to treat your teeth or pull them, abso
lutely without pain. D-. C'utl Is a
first-class dentist In every respect and
It is currently reported that the S.
P. Co., O. R. & N. and O. C. 4 li. have
formed a combine aud dial is the
J'ranK west us w-eu appoint , r(.a (lmt fr(.ig(jt rat(,
deputy sheep limpc'tor rir tliiit part ofj mi(H,d Tue boats on tin
lb county. , I Portland uow charge
JONES IS STILL HOPEFUL.
Chicago, Nov. 4. The Associated
Press dispatches say that Chairman
Jones, of the democratic national corn
n H tee, has issued the following: "We
I cannot lose. The republicans are
perpetrating fraud. Indiana is safe for
Bryan. Iowa's returns are our way.
Our people say Kentucky is all right.
California and Oregon are lor Bryan.
I have no fear of West Virginia, and I
do not concede McKinley's election."
Jones also says bis advices up to 7 p.
in. indicate that Bryan has carried
Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan."
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 4 Mr. Bryan
has received numerous telegrams ask
ing for information as to the election.
He has replied that the democratic
natioual committee claims enough
slates to give a majority in the electo
ral college, but the vote is very close in
states and the result cannot be known
positively until the entire vote is
counted. lu all close contests it is
W ise for hoth silted In uratfh tha ra.
Dr. Emory M. Cheadle, ol luruana, , ijlijer rat than former j . This has turns and guard against the possibility
arrived h. Lebanon Wednesday on a not only eflected freigtr. from Port-, ,,f mistake, Intentional or unintentiou-
viait to his pareuts. j land, but has material!;, rained the al.
Any one desiring rubber stamps or j freight rates from San Frmcisio, and
tencilsof any kind can get them at ; the rales are now about duible. Haul
theS. P. Co.' depot. '"" "'u Albany to this pit has
Cilv election comes next. 4 full j almost entirely stopped; Mid the out
wmw of city officers are to be elected look is that there will I no compcti
liie lint of next mouth. I "" "" ,he rlver uulrai8 f new M
put on. Dome oi our n ercinuns are
talking of Irving to get a. I to -and Tn
together, and also asking the Albany
bur iuess men tn stand in urn offer an
independent boat all tbe.r freight for
the year If they will t, ive them a
lower freight rate.
Married, in Sun Francisco, Oct. 29,
Roy JJ HulU'it and Miss Lizzie Al
bers, Jieitli of this county.
Careful consumers say: "One liar of
Hr? Cake Is worth two of common
soap." It only costs 5 cents.
Mm. J. Withers and sou left
Wednesday for San Francisco, where
they expect to spend the winter.
Arc you looking for an engagement
or wedd'ng ring? French the jeweler,
.Albany, has some hands' me ones.
Parties w ho were to furnish us wood
Htn sulwcrlption, will please bring the
sauie in at their earliest conveuince.
I'-v-frank Skipwortb wa in Albany
;Monday, attending a meeting of the
demoorjilic county central committee.
You -will want something to read!
'durina: the winter. Sub-writ tor the
ExrBEss for four, months, only
Mrs. J. M. Powell, .of Spokane, Is
expected In the city Saturday, on a
visit to ber parents, Mr. aud Mrs. It.
Rev. ). M. Turner, of Independence,
at one time pastor of the M. E. church
Sotu'b, at this place, waB in Lebanon
Hon, Thus. H. Tongue spoke to a
crowded douse Monday afternoon. He
made the tst republicau speech made
here this campaign.
The two Lebaiiou p ecincts gave
Bryan a majority over MeKinley of
84 votes and gave Pal uer and the
prolii tour votes each.
Deputy U.' 8. Marsha! Geo. Hum
phrey was In town today, to subpoena
witnesses to appear bef ire the U. S.
grand j' ry lu Portland.
Overalls with aprons without, 50c
a pair at the Racket Stor. Also have
just received a large amount of new
calico. Don't fail to see them.
Pugh & Muncy have Jut-t opened up
the nleast line of ladle and gent"
Mackintosh ever brought to Lebanon
and the prices will suit you.
Mr. Ed. Myers, of Splccr, brought a
krod of the finest apple to Lebanon
itoetay that we have em tills year.
The are equal to Hood river apples, J
Lnd-lew, MissDtiMond calls your at
TV.tioint Hie new full millinery. A;
h"id:.eimer Mne has nevci been brought
ROBBED OF $1016.
A. H. Kroschel Held up by Highway
men Near Albany In Broad
!Tlie Albany Herald fof Tuesday,
says: "losterday morning Mr. A. H,
Kroschel, ot the firm of Kroschel
Bros., grocers of this city, left Albany
to walk to the farm of his father,
about three miles west of this city in
Benton county. While on the way,
about 10 o'clock, he was held up by
highwaymen and was robbed of over
$ 1000, the exact amount being $1010.
He had passed the Klan water
place, and started over the hill road
lieyeind the O. C. & E. railroad track,
and when near the lop of the hill, he
met two men. They were sitting on
the fence whittling, but as he ap
proached they came toward him in the
road ud asked the price of a meal.
He told them he had no money, when
suddenly one of the men thrust a re
volver Into his face and the other de
manded his mouey, which he was
forced to yield up. They also took a
diamond pin from his shirt. One of
the highwaymen was tall and moder
ately well dressed. He wore a dark
blue suit of clothes. The other was a
The robbers told Mr. Kroschel to go
and not to lookback or they would
shoot him. When he got out of their
reach he piocured a horse and rode in
haste to Albany. Here a posse was
made up and started in pursuit of the
Mr. Kroschel says that he and his
brother owed a neighbor of his father,
a farmer named Anthony, and he had
started with the mouey, the most of
which was in gold, in his pocket, for
the purpose of paying the debt. He
felt perfectly secure, and carried no
weapon of any kind.
Messis. Kroschel Bros, have offered
a reward of 5100 for the capture of the
300O Deer Killed.
'het i" again 'adrai cing
'ow quoted at 06 cents.
Hon. M. A. Miller ail i faintly re
turned last Monday from Port
land. Win. Robins has rented the
Eaton property and will move into
the same next week.
Geo. Rice and Ed Umihrey are
in Allmnv working in the clerk's
oilice on the assessment roll.
The services at the M. K. church
25 j next Sunday evening will be con
ducted by the Epworth League.
The sturgeon catch this season
at The Dalies has been retna.'kably
good, suvb The Dalles Chronicle.
Hon. A. M. Cake, pf Portland,
spoke, to a fair sized ciowd in the
Opera house lust Fuduy even
ing. We are glad that tlit election is
over, and we hope ti give our
readers a heftier local paper now
Hops arc still ad' anting in
price. Home of our ci'.izens have
already refused ten o nts per lb.
It is too bad that more ol our hops
nere not harvested.
CLm. Smith, Dr. G. W. Cheadle,
Marshal RjtAer and John Curll arc
all subpoeiied to pp,ea before the
U.S. grand jury which uidcis inj
Portland next wijek.
A large crowd of republic-ins of
this city went to Wnterloo and
Sweet Home last SstuHay to help
their republican brethrjii of those
places have a Wow-put. They re
turned home Sunday,
The election of MeKinley as our next
president is conceded now by nearly
everylxxiy, except a few radical demo
crats and populists. The San Fran
cisco Examiner concedes MeKinley
204 virtes in the electoral college. This
may lie reduced some. Oregon is con
ceded to the republicans by most of the sold or preserved
democrats, but will five MeKinley less
than 3000 majority.
The cnllnnlpti ruhirna nf auarv nm.
cinct in Linn countv .rives McKiolev Tbe ,w government snag boat
2039, Bry-n 2735, making Bryan's by CaI,ta'n W. L. Fisk, United
plurality 090. The vote for Primer on f"", tng,neer' for use oa "e rivers
the national democratic ticket and for I "! ""8 regio"' and w"icb wa9 Iau,,c
the prohibition electors has not been !ed ! f vera Lda'R8ince' was out for a
J. K. Leabo was here from Elk
creek this week with another load of
fine venison. D. J. Graham ac
compained him. Jim has killed and
marketed 125 deer this season. The
hunting in that celebrated section this
season has been unusually successful.
Of the regular professional hunters,
it is estimated that Lewis Martin has
killed 200, John Winningham 150,
Sam Geary and Geo. Weeks 125 apiece,
Cal Wiuuiugliam 150, Thoa. and
Joseph Bolen and Geo. Gilland, about
100, Mark Winningham 150, and Dave
Pence, who does Geary's peddling a"d
packs out, about 30. These are prin i
pal hunters living in that secti-n.
The other hunters come from the vc.l-
ley towns. The finest buck of the
season was killed Saturday by Scott
Morris. He was a six pointer and
weighed 15C pounds dressed. Morris
has killed about a dozen tin's season.
It is estimated this season that tjiere
has been 2000 deer killed by hunters
in that district, the meat being either
Some people wonder how we
can sell such good merchandise for
such little prices. Others wonder
why we do so. The how and the
why matter little, so the tact re
mains. We'll say this, however,
this business has grown to its pres
ent proportions by doing just one
thing5--selling good 'articles at low
prices. We are still doing this. If
you are not now our customer
come and see us and be convinced.
Read, Peacock & Co.
Osborne, Mowers, Binders and
Extras for Osborne and Deering
The New Snag Boat.
reKrted iu full, but the former will
probably be 50 ill the county and the
prohibition a tew more.
Married: Keebler Burkhart.
O. R. Keebler and Miss Fraukie
Burkhart were united in marriage at
the home of the bride's Barents.
Wednesday, Oct. 28, In the presence of
a few relatives of the contracting par
lies, Rev. Thos. Clark officiating. Mr.
Keebler is the oldest son of E. Keebler,
oueofLiun county's most prosperous
farmers, and is a worthy young man,
well liked by all his aeejuaintanoes.
Miss Burkhart is the second daughter
of our worthy citizen J. W, Burkhart,
aud is one of our most popular young
ladles, accomplished, aud posaewrs the
qualities tn make a home happy. Mr.
Keebler Is to be congratulated on win
ning such a helpmeet.
The happy couple left feir Portland
and Salem on a bridal trip, returning
home last Monday.
They (lave the best wishes of a host
of friends, with whom the F.xi'Kjsss
joins in wlshiug them a happy aud
prosperous journey through life.
In order to put the Express in the
homes of many who are not now tak
ing it, we have decided to offer it from
now until March 1,: 1897, for only 25
cents, jfyouarenot taking the Ex
I'Kiiss already, take advantage of till
offer aud subcrlbe at once, and If you
are already a sub-criber, send it to
seime KAsteru friend for four mouths.
About 4(J men grtiettmi v drew m
Upon the coyote, which 'vus finall
shot in the e. eninfj by David
West. Fix or seven ibott were
(J. t ar..,,n! .iui usual at the lowest! fired in all before the varmint was
Baker carries the best corset Feat h
erbone, $1 .25; a good corset, 65 cts.;a
A big coyote hunt vug had in i coract, 50 cU. Featherbone
this county Saturday at Wards "' warranted, and If not aatis
hutte. All'davwas Sl.cnt at it. ''O' ll'e ni''.V will be returned.
Ripans Tabules: at druggists.
Kipans Tabules cure headache.
Ripans Tabules cure indigestion.
Ripans Tabules cure constipation.
Kipans Tabules: for sour stowh.
JOpau TUnUti m war woum.
trial irip Tuesday. The trial was very
satisfactory, she having run from the
steel bridge to the lower dock at St.
Johns, a distance of six miles, in 31
mjnutes, or at a rate of a little over 11
miles per hour, cihe has been named
"Mathloma," which is said to have
been the name given to the Willamette
river, or a portion of it, by a trine of
Indians which once lived in the upper
part 'if the valley. She is 135 feet iu
length, is 33 feet In width amidship
and four feet depth of hold. She Is
strongly built, has Ave longitudinal
bulkheads, a frame 35 feet high, steam
capstans and hoisting engines, 10x12
double cylinder, and, when she takes
hold of a snag, it has to come or the
bottom will be pulled out of the river.
In estate of J F Heudrex, Martha M
Hendrex was appointed administra
trix. Bond 12500.
In estate of H M Garrett, tlnal set
tlement was set for Dec 8, at 2 p in.
In estate of Stella and Maud War
moth, final settlement was set for
Dec 7 at 2 p in.
In estate of William K Hay, bond
tiled and appraisers appointed.
In estate of 0 F Craft, petition to sell
personal property was granted.
Jn estate of tianford Coohian, blind
of WOO approved. Appraisers, H 1'
Jiurger, Clint Thompson and C E
Ill estate of J M Wilson, first and
second accounts were filed,
In estate of Mary and Kate Minort,
money was ordered disbursed.
lu estate of Lewis Hay, Inventory
Following is the report of Pleasant
Valley school district No. '9, for tbe
month beginning Oct. 5, and ending
Oct. 30, 1890. Names of pupils en
rolled: Clyde Hearing, Lulu Hearing, Net
tie Hearing, Maud Hearing, Oua
Hearing, Millie Maylield, Wilda Muy
tleld, Linnie Mayfield, Alma Horner,
Uufus Horner, George Horner, Kda
Jenkins, Abbie Wood, Oliver Wood,
Lueretia Wood, Lillie Wood, Verila
Wood, Eva Cooley, Herman Qesh,
Emma Gesh, Mary Pickens.
Names of those neither absent nor
tardy during the month:
Ona Hearing, George Horner, Lin
nie Maylield, Nettie Healing, Maud
Mrs C F liigbce, Mr Amos Horner,
Mrs Nancy Horner, Miss Mattie
Homer, Muster Morris Iiigbee, Mr
George Fells, Mr Harve Cooper, Mrs
Jenkins, Miss Mue Jenkins, .Master
Johnny Maylield, Miss Ollic Hearing,
M iss Dessle Hearing.
Monna FttONU, Teacher,
Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia.
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Kipans Tabules: one gives relief.
Kipans Tabules cure torplei liver.
Kipans Tabules : gentle cathartic.
Kipans Tabulva: plwrnat laxative.
A Clubbing Oiler.
A great many of our readers in Linr.
county like to take the Weekly Oregon
iau. We have made uriaiigeiuents
whereby we can furnish it at a reelu''
tion from the regular price to thnsi
who want boll) the K.vl'Hl ss and 111
Oregonlun. The regular price ol Lie
Wri'goniaii is $1. 50 per year, and ot the
Exi'kkss $1.50 when in advance. vo
Will furnish both for $2, per year lu
advance, a saving of one dollar to tile
subscriber. The Oregonian gives al'
the general news of the country oncer
week, and tho bJxi'KKtis gives all tn
local news once a week, which will
make a most excellent news service
for the moderate sum of $2. per yen'
Those who are at present subscribers
f the Kxi'ius must pay iu all arrear
age's and one year in aeivuucc to obtain
his special price.
Vou can buy a nice, large ami, baud
carved rocker of the Albany Furniture
Company for ii.Kt.
For only 2. e-eMts you e-an get I he.
baby siieies at Hewi, Peacock ete Co.
dewing out sale.
Of all kinds done at Lowest
Prices. Cement Sidewalks
and Curbing a specialty. All
work f-uaranteed, by
Lebanon Electric 'light
and Water Co.,
J. S. HUGHES, Propr. and Mgr.
Invites the Ladies to call at her
and inspect her
NEW FALL STOCK,
The nicest goods ever hrmight to
JfiF'lIiird Times Prices.
Rlpani Tabules euro naurea,
All who need new shoes look over
the stock fen sale by Read, Peacenik &
When in Waterloo cull on tlit) City
Drug ISlore for line perluinery, elrugs,
We will lake any kind of feed that
is good for yo editor, or his cow, on
Special sale at Head, Peacock & Co. 'a
of all summer gooels Lawns, Dimities,
Send the Exi'uuss tn your Mends in
the Rust for the next feiur mouths;
only 25 cents.
Challii'S Si yards for $1. Now Is the?
iuio to buy a ceiol wrapper at Head,
Peacock & Co. 'a