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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1897)
THURSDAY, MAR. 11, HOT.
Is Receiving New
Lata mid Embroideries,
Wull p. r,
. - Ctiriiiliw mid piirilir,
Trlwcupi-H, Canvas urn' Biixket,
H. 13. Yomigr,
Our Great Clubbing Offer.
Exi'wrj ami Weekly Cincirintttl En
" and Toledo Wwkljr Hlaiio 1 26
" N. Y. Wwkljr Tribune... .. 1 25
" ' tt 'kly Nulioiml Uwnrdcr. 1 &
" " New York Tlirico-u-Weck
Woild 1 60
" and Wciikly OroRoiilan 2 00
" " Unlit' llhiM'tcd Wiwkly 2 75
" " Mwlttn MunHily Miiuozine 1 25
lEx8fiiiitorlMili died Wedi'twduy
V'Mrii W. E Chandler bus been quite
Hc Cake aniip l pure, and will imt
M or mi n Warworn la quite III, at hi
hmiie in I hi. vily.
Gmeerle qusilli; excellent prices
low bt Bach & liulil'i.
Claud Crimoii and Hilly Harnett K fl
yek'ichiy for California.
T.iiiiMiu'a Knap Fuam will not
burn or rmilicn the kiti.
'i'hfif are very lew turn t he tried
at Ibis term of the elrei.il court.
Mrs. J. L Allen and her leu-year-old
duugbter are both dangerously III.
Up-ToDale corsets, GO els., at T.
VV.,,t..llV('ub si, ire AlllllllV. Or.
B. & B. are the Initials of Bach &
Hsihl-but their groceries are A 1-
( al. B.irkhnrt, Albany's poi"""'' .
mayor, was In town lust Saturday. !
Full-blooded Brown Leghorn chick-1
ens fni sale. Inquire ut this ortlce. j KKM-vohime library. It always pays
Fred Bnslar left for California last to increase tin means of Intelligence
Thursday, will) Mr and Mrs LaForge. j and good cltiwnship, and good books
You can make nice soft soap with j placed in the hands of our young peo-
Hoap Foam, directions on each pack- j pie will surely be a step in thut direc-
agc. ' !''""
AndvJ IngsKiidOllo Martin are! At the bcIiimiI cUtIIoii in Albany,
contemplating nieiilng a subsui Inlield last M. inlay, there were 408 votes ;
jeust. L. M. Curl was lected director,
i-i.m. I'uitu nn u-riniiMr- are worth a ! rcelving a majority of 18 votes over
,,.,.i.i,, Ie.,recni 'hve!J
There l mueli sii'kness In Salem, !
due, It Is claimed, to its bud drinking
waler. , i
Rev Lamar Is assisting Rev. Limi
ne' In conducting a revival meeting in
Chcrp, Cheap, Cheap, Is the way
they a'e selling lit Head, Peacock &
(Vs big sale.
Evi iybody get uudy for the musk
soeiiil to lie given about March W. by
At I lie Seio Bchnol elecllo'f Dr, J. W.
Cn.e was elceti d director, and R Kin I
tou was elecied clerk.
Cull on W. A. Handera for Jewelry.
He also dues repairing. First-ehiBs
work in every resiieot.
The ciiy Is repnlriiig I he bridge over
the euniil neai the Hardin pluce a
much needed Improvement.
Alty. Frank Hklpworlh was in Leb
anon a few days visiiing tils parents
and attending to legal business.
Rev. W. P. Elmore, of Brownsville,
will preach in I he Baptist church next
Sunday morning and evening.
Are you looking for an engagement
or wedd ug ring? French the jeweler,
Albany, has some handsome ones.
Miss Llrcle Morgan, a sister of Mrs
H (J. Watson, of AlliHIiy, was tile
guest of Mrs. S. M. Garland this week.
J. (1. Reed has some first-class spring
wheat for sale. Those who wish spring
wheat for seed will do well to see him.
One-half wool dress goods reduced to
1(1 '!., unll bli'iielicd, all linen table
cloth f ir 85 cts. a yard, at the Racket
' he best dressed men III Linn county
are those who buy their clothing
from Bach & Buhl. Good suits for
Joe Buhl has accepted a poult ion in
C. E Pugh's store, lid Kelleiiberger
Is working In the meat market in Mr.
Rev. J. A. Longboltoni, of Eugene,
nreu.-hed two excellent Sermons In the
Cumberland Presbyterian chur-.-U ut
It will pny you to t.nke the entire
family to town and get them new
outfit while the big Hale Ik poltig on at
Reml, Piwcwlt & Co's Lelnuion store.
Rev. J. A. Lonuhiiltora Iras accepted
a call to the Cumlierlaud Presbyterian
chinch In till city, and 'ill ot'eupy
the pulpit in tht church ue:(t8unlay.
Last week's 8clo Prin said the cream
ery there would commence operations
in ft few da.s. The management in
tends manufacturing chese this sum
uier. A rvtreat of the most ancient order of
"Reindeer" was instllutid at thin
place Monday night. It In highly
B.nken of an a social and fraternal
A, W. Howard, who hud been visit
ing C. 0. Pitcrnnu fur aeveml da.va,
relumed to hla home In Oregon City
Pmf J 0. RiKilli, piliii lpiil of the
Wati-rlmi w'hool, Iihs reivlvvrl a Hrt
grade atate certiHcnte. Prof. Booth
has taught a i;ood achool at Waterloo,
and every out has only words of praise
Mr. and Miv, 0. H. Ralston came
up from Fnrllind last Friday to vit.il
their daughter, Mra, H. Y. Kirkpal
rif'k, who wai quite 111 hut la now con
val, HCt nt. Mr, Riilatou returned hoHie
Rev J. R Ehrrt, of Sweet Home, ,
walked from that pluce to Lebanon
Monday morning, arriving In time to
lake the morning train, w hich leaves
Lebanon at 8:35. He evidentlyeis quite
D. Andrews received quite a severe
full at hit. home, early yesterday morn
ing Dr. Booth was nulled and pro
nounced no hones broken, hut stiys Mr.
Andrews h 111 he confined lo his house
for some I hue.
Patronize home liidutiy, hy buying
your clothing from the Waterloo
Woolen Milk It will be doubly to
your advantage It wilt keep the
money at home, and will save you
money as the prices Hie ery low.
A slated communication of Lebanon
Lodge No. 44 A F. t A. M. will dh
held at the Miisniilc Hall Butiirday
evening, March ISIh. "Work." Visit
ing M. M. cordially Invited to attend.
F. V. Hickok, Bec'y.
A. 8. McDonald, of Brownsville,
stale agent of the Piirmelee Library
Co., 1- In our city. Mr. McDonald has
jsoiiielhiiig very meritorious in the 11-
hrary Hue, and should lie given the
hearty co operation of all our citizens.
The esse of J. C. Bllyeu vs J. O.
I l.yiicil, III justice ijtiyvifr it coun, net
!, , ' , , ,
jfrndanl paying the claim. Mr. Bllyeu
! f. . I7r i .. .. 1.... l..u.n U..,,l..I 1... (I.AU-
was represented by At loiuey Garland,
mA Ml. Lvlll,u by Allorney Queeuer.
Co onerute. and let ub secure the
K. Went hei ford. F. E. Allen w.
l....i.l ..l,. VI io.I, iol..pi.Ht u-!tw lukeii
in the elect ion.
Rev. John Parsons, I), D., presiding
elder of litis district will preset) In the
M. E. church in this city next Satur
day evening and Sunday morning.
The Bacramenl of the Lord's Supper
will be administered at the sundry i
morning sen ile.
Luxalive Bruno Quinine Tablets do
not affect the head or produce nervous
ness like the Sulphate of Quinine.
Mr. (C. W. Smith Is authorised to re
fund money ,u every case where it
fails lo cure Coughs, Colds and
Ladrippe. Price, 25 cents
Representative Kruse, of Cluckaiuas
county, died at the Salem hospital
Sunday, of t, (.hold fever, He had been
confined to Ins bed for three weeks.
Mr. Kruse belonged to the populist
party slid was a uieiuls rof t lie Davis
Douse in the recent legislature.
David Sylvester, of Laconjb, was
taken to Albany Monday morning and
after examination la-fore Judge Ballon
was committed to the insane asylum.
Dr. Hill was the examining physician
II, Welu..Mlee'M loMtinltv was caused bv
' , . f-'n i .. .,
u superabundance of religious Zeal. j
Dol Boslur relumed to Lebanon
lust Friday, after being aleni nearly
a year. He was in Montana tiie great
er part of the time, isut has been iu
Portland he past few moot lis. Dol.
stales that he was lieuteli out of a lulge
amount of wages due liiin for street
work Iu Portland.
Laxative Brnmn Quinine Tablets
move the bowels gently, relieves the
rough, cures the feverish condiiinii
and heiiiliiehe, making II I he best and
quickest remedy for Can ghs, Coll s and
JjiiGrlppe. Cures iu one day. "No
;0uie, no pay,'1 Price, 20 cents,
m? ,y j$, W. Smith.
Al the regular annual election of
Lebanon ICng'neCo. No. 1 the follow.
Ing nillei-ni were elected for the ensuing
year: Pres., tnum Ienny;sec., wiu.
Lewis; assistant see., W. W, Elslns;
chief, W. C Peterson; tissisiailt chief,
Asu Baker; f.r.inan of hose denrt
.bent, Joiiu Uujcr; treas , W. C. Mat-
Mr. Frank Woodcock,, formerly of
Albany, who, has rewenily been in
Portland, was committed to the insane
asylum Saturday.- Excessive drink to
supposed lo I the cause of his trouble.
He wrote to John' Howard, of the 8t
Uiailes hotel, few days ago, and his
letter then showed' k derangement of
mind. He claims to have lieeii wronged
uut of an estate of $11,000 by ft brother
in the Fast. Herald.
The Y. P. S. E. field their regular
moutnly bueiness meeting at the resl
deuce f O. H. Everett last Monday
evening. Tin following officers were
elected for the ensuing term: Pres.,
Maud Aldrlch; vice pri., Kate Chea-
ldlescc., Moss Walker; lreas.j Annie
DuMond; organist, Nona Miller; assis
tant organist, Kate ('headle; chorister,
Ed Aldrlch, After the '.business was
attended to, the remainder of theeveu
ing was devottd to a social time.
Among the cculiar documents on
tlleiu the county clerk's office 111 Alba
ny Is the following, recorded In volume
1 of miscellaneous renords, which the
Albany Dcmwrat gives witiiout the
names, as nothing Is known of the pres
ent residence of the parties. Sweet
Home, Sept. 21, '79. This certifies that
I did circulate slanderous report
against Rev. -, which was told me
on Williams creek, Josephine county,
a report which I do not propose to prove
to I a truthful report.
I know noth
ing myself against ssid and ought
not to have said anything and hereby
Oervais, Marion county, has a genu
ine niniai.ce. Thirty years ago David
Barnes left Ireland for Oregon. As he
bade g.ssl-bye to his sweetheart, Cath
erine Welch, h promised to return fir
ber. They corresponded faithfully for
twenty-six yii.rs, when tin correspon
dence ..stopped for some reaBon. On
February 21st a lady arrived in Ger-vai-
and Hie first thing she did was to
attend church at Father Blancbet's.
She was Catherine Welch. She told
the reverend gentleman her stoi y. He
brought Mr. Barnes and Miss Welch
togei her, t he recognition was mutual,
they were both true to each other, and
on March l-l the knot wns tied after a
thirty years engagement. Long live
Mr. and Mrs. David Barnes.
A Yerdiet for Suty-Eight Cents.
A eiiBe was ti kd Monaay before Judge
Burnett which had a ludicrous side to
it. The title of the case was Martin
Johnson vs. J hn Anderson, being an
appeal from Justice Han kins' court nn
a i-uit to recover money. Eefore Judge
Hawkins Johnson was awarded (8,
Anderson appealed the case, and tb
jury jefterduv awarded AnderVm 68
an account for farm work performed by
Mr. Johnson for Mr. Anderson. They
could not agieu and went to law.
When the case came up before Judge
Burnett there were seven attorneys en
gaged, H. C. Watson and Elkios &
Caunou for Him plalutifl and Kelley &
Curl and Weal lit rford & Wyatt for the
defendant. As Judge Burnett noted
this array of legal talent he said lie was
( qUjie SUre but lie should fluelhe
attorneys to o ver the amount involved
anci t ny It, but the case was tried
) Ltt-ror- a jury, resulting in a verdict, as
L. A r.. , l.u ,l..ru.,lut I,. , I, -., ,.r
U8 cents. -Heu.ld.
L. 0. T, M. Mask Social.
A musk social will be given by the
Lady Maccaliecs, at the Band hall,
March 19, 1897. Every laxly wishing
to have fun should attend, as there
will be plenty of It. Eichlady is te
qiiested to brin a luix, with lunch for
two, and Invite some genlletaau to
take lunch with her. There w ill be a
lunch table also, where coffee, cocoa
and let cream mav tie obtained. Ad
mission, gentlemen masked or not
masked, 1!3 cts.; ladies masked, free;
not masked, 10 cts.; children under 15,
10 els. Remember the daie and place.
N. B. Each masker is requested lo
write his, ol her, name on a slip of
paper, enclose It in an envelope and
hand the envelope to the disir-keeper
Whkkkas, The weather sent us for a week
. liuving been of that detcription which
i would uiuke a saint fci-1 blue,
I With gloomy cloinis day after day, and
lutnllv HIIV sltV.
We now present a protest, and by us it is
ttcsnlved, That our Importance as a place
of public trade
Deserves that special eflbrts by the weather
clerk he inaile,
To gire us more of sunshine in weather
which lie se i Is,
Or elso give up li e job he bold), Citizsns.
Following Is Ihe list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the Lebanon
poslottice, for the month ending
February 128, 1197:
Harrison, W. M
' Thomas, J. F.
C A. Smith, P. M.
M. A. Miller lias a full ai d coriplete
line of cough syru)H.
The Waterloo Woolen J ills are In
j the from raul.-eelliiig mei's, youths'
unil boys' cloUi ing ut exceedingly low
Ijuiwas JJuy jkjuc iuUM4 tbr.
Secure a Qood Library.
Our people have now the opportu
nity to secure an excellent library. A.
S. McDonald, agent for the H, Parme-
lee Traveling Library System, Is In
nui city with a view to establishing a
section of this system here, The plan
is certainly a commendable one,
A 1000-volume library of standard
bisiss Is divided into twenty sections
of fifty volumes each. These sections
are shipped III Iron bound boxes, one
to each of twenty different towns on a
system of railway. After the sections
have remained three mouths they are
forwarded to the next towns, the sec
tions being thus linen-hanged In such
a manner as to give ench the 1000 vol
umes In Ave years.
The 1000 volumes comprising each
series a'e In every way desirable books.
They are the outgrowth ot ten years'
experience, devoted exclusively lo the
library business. Each flfty-vnlume
section is composed proportionately of
biography, literature, history, historic
fiction, general fiction, poetry, travel,
religion, physical science, wit and
humor, translation, and juvenile. As
to the style of binding and quality of
paper, we can safely assert that the
books are sufficiently attractive for the
largest libraries, being mostly bound
in leather bucks.
The company contracts to furnish
the 1000 books, keep them bound and
lu good shape, replace any that may be
destroyed by fire or accident, provide
a librarian and keep the books circu
lating for a period of five years,
The company is thoroughly reliable,
being highly endorsed by ex-governor
Larrabee, of Iowa, and a large number
of well known educators. There is
nothing to fear from this source.
Takiuj it all in ill, we believe this
to be the very best plan of providing
libraries for the smaller towns that has
ever before been gotten up. Our citi
zeiiB should not uiiss thU opportunity
of securing an excellent library at a
very small cost.
The Durrant Case.
Sax Francisco March 8. The su
preme court this afternoon affirmed
the decision in the Durrant case, so
that the murderer of Blanche Lament
can now tie sentenced to be hanged, by
the superior court as soon as that tribu
When Durrant was informed that
the supreme court refused tognnt him
a new trial, he burst into tears and
said "this is a very cruel world." He
said that some day truth would pre
vail, and he would be vindicated. He
seemed to take some comfort from the
report that Chief Justice Beatty would,
iu a few days, file a dissenting opinion.
THINKS DtlKKANT WILL HANG.
Sam Francisco, March 4. District
Attorney Barnes, who conducted the
prosecution egalust Theodore Durrant,
for the murder of Blanche Lamont in
Emanuel church, thinks the murderer
will lie hanged wi'hln 120 days. He
says the remit, ur will be handed dowu
within 30 days, Then Durrant will be
taken before the superior court for sen
tence. The defense will probably ask
a rehearing before tlie supreme court,
but the motion will likely be denied.
The defense will then be compelled to
go to the governor as the court of last
resort. It Is considered unlikely that
the governor will interfere with the ex
ecution of the sentence. Durrani's
attorneys have threatened to carry the
case into the federal courts, but upon
what grounds cannot la? guessed.
Resolutions of Condolence.
Whereas, DeHth has removed from
us our brolher, R g. Roberts, P. a.,
and our lodge has sustained the loss of
a g'SKi and esteemed brolher, l it
Resolved, That we humbly submit
to the Divine will, and that we will
cherish the memorv of our deceased
brother, and extend to the family our
heartfelt sympathies; that our charter
be draped tor thirty days; and be It
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread over the minutes, a copy fur
nished the family, and published iu
ine local papers.
8 A. Nickkrson, P. G.
A. A. Keks, P. G.
G. W. Ckuson, P. G.
Hoe Cake soap, nest on earth.
The latest III corsets, 60 cts., at T.
Wandell's Cash Store, Albany Or.
Hoe Cake scap contains no free al
kali, and will not burn the hands.
A good assortment of men's, youths'
and boys' clothing Is now on sale at
the Woolen Mills office at Waterloo.
You can get great bargains.
If your tea. is not good,
why don't you drink water
It is cheaper and better for
you than poor tea.
If it is good, your stom
ach is glad to get it; does
its work better.
Schillings Best is good j
tea at grocers' in packages, j
Read, Peacock fi Co,
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OUR GREAT SALEvvmoXlasTasiiorttime.
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Pants,
Jackets and Capes, Groceries, ...
Men's Gloves and Furnishing Goods,
Are the Items we Include,
Oar prices on these goods will surprise you. We
have cut them far under Manufacturer's cost so '
that they may go at once in order to close
Read, Peacock & Co.,
Oliver c ? Superior c
Chilled f oves i
I Plows. I Ranges.
These Plows are A 1." I ) Superior in every way. I
Albany,, : :
The place to buy
of good quality
lowest possible prices is at
the omce ot the
Never before have prices
licst.W. J. Bryan's Book
ill wlio lire liiteiexUfl tn furthering the ule
.t Hue. W.J. BruaH'ttitwbintk elioiild correspond
nomenieuilr mm ice
will oonteiD . . .
Miasm or eu
W1UITK1. BY HI8WIF1
Bit HOST mPOSTAJT
THE RE8DTT9 OP TH1
ClUfiiiS OF 1196.
1 MY1E1 OF til
Kj!.i-ji iL siTL'irijS.
ACENT8 WANTS'!) ..
Mr. Bryun baa an
ii .mi'ixxl hie lolontion nf devoting one-half of ell
fyalii.::. lo furthering; the cenKe of bimetulllem.
1 utaH ere ul reuriv ludicatlonsofeu enormoneeel.
Udreu W. H, CIMttl V COMPAIiV. Publisher.
34M!ll Uuilra Sl... lilOOO
I have erected in Albany (on
Baker street, bot een First mid
Second) new feed sheds. My
prices are: Teivra, 10 cts.; single
rig, 10 cts.; Buddie horse, 5 cts.
Horses kepi nights at a rea
sonable rate, also by the week
or month. Feed alwiri on
hand. This was built especially
fur fanners, but all are ii vited
to patronize nie
l.mlli's' t'lili't and waiting
rooms in cuiinrcllon
D Bussard, AlWuOt.
: ; Oregon.
and quality been made so
satisfactory as at the pres
ent time, and by this com
pany. Give them a trial.
Of all kinds done at Lowest
Prices. Cement Sidewalks
and Curbing a specialty. All
work guaranteed, by
Lebanon Electric Light
and Water Co.,
J. S. HUGHES, Propr. and Mgr.
Good clolliliiK at u low price at
Bach & Buhl's.
The finest line of drees patterns in
the city Is to be found ut the Racket
Wash your whlto clothing with
Hoap Koiiui, and they will never turn
Measure your rooms accurately and
bring size in feet and inches with you.
It costs you nothing to have your cur
pet sewed by hand by, the Albany