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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1889)
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ALBANY, OREGON. j
For All the Leading Maga-;
zincs and Newspapers.
Groceries and Provisions,
T03ACCO V CIGARS,
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
taaaware and UlaMware.
Iawp and Lamp fixture".
Klepper, Son & Ambler,
MAKE TO OKDF.R
Moulding, Sash, Doors
Dry and Dressed Lumber
FOR ALL PiRPOSKH.
Have on Hand a Supply ofj
A Double Cii
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nerea of land on wl
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At lowest market rates fo.
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BURKHART & BILYEU,
Proprietors of the
! Livery, Sale and Feed StaMes
1 LF.DAXOX, OR,
Southeast Corner of Main and Sherman.
Fine Buggies, Hacks,Har
COOD RELIABLE HORSES
For parties going to Brownsville, Wa
terloo, Sweet Home, bcio, and all
parts of Linn County.
All kinds of Teaming
BURKHART & BILYEII ,
contest . lnyv
reason for so
he had no foil,
race or a fight
If people genera,
diseases of the tt
are bronght on by w.
breathing, 1 think they
cautious. Why, even a
stand it. I wouldn't buy
that kept its mouth open alt
nor would any man who kne
thing about horses." Pittsburgh
as she vainly endeavored to dl ssect thc
turkey, "if you are not the poorest
man to do marketing. This turkey's
as old as Methuselah." "PoasiWy,''
replied Fogg, unabashed; 'but. my
dear, it is a female bird, and courtesy
to the sex prevented me from inquiring
about her age." Boston Transcript.
"When a man dies suddenly, with
out having been attended by a doctor,"
says a popular guide to the law, "the
coronor has to be called in and an in
quest held to ascertain the cause of
death. But," adds the writer, "when
he dies after having been attended by
a doctor, everybody knows why he
died, and n inquest is not necessary."
Walt Whitman was a compositor
So was David R. Locke, Joaquin Mil
ler, Bret Harte, Mark Twain, William
D. Howells and Joel Chandler Harris.
Mr. Kider Haggard's friends com
plain that while he received only $250
for the original edition of "King Solo
mon's Mines," the publishers hava
made 160,000 out of the book.
Robert Browning's first poem was
written at the early age of four. One
day. just as his mother was about to
give him a Jose of medicine, the youth
ful poet struck an attitude and recited:
" AH pcoplo, if you w sh to sea
A community win.
oniluct. and when
exe "Ute its penalties, is
lve heltl for business Hives
Our naturalization laws should lc
amended as to make the inquiry into the
Tharaeter and good disposition of persons
applying for citizenship more careful and
searching, our existing taws nave ueen
in their administration unimpressive ami
often unintelligible in form. The privi
leges of American citizenship are so great
and its duties bo grave, that we may well
insist upon a good knowledge of every
person applying for citizenship, and a
good.knowledge by him of our institu
tions. There are men of all races, even
the best, whose coming is necessarily a
burden upon our public revenues or a
threat to social order. These should be
identified and excluded.
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.
We have happily maintained the policy
(I avoiding all interference with Ku-
f 3 1,000,
1 md s and other fttw
farced the savings bank - : -appeal
to the legislature! ' . :'
ment of tlie list in which theyO .
vest their trust funds. "
Henry Fish, of St. Cloud, Minn., v
out everything and Btarted with his wit,
and daughter for Oregon, last week, giv-'
ing his daughter possession of Ms money.
The girl liecame crazy through anxiety
over the trust and jumped from the train.
She was picked up injured and insane,
and no one knows where the money is.
The mother died of grief over her misfortunes.