The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, August 28, 1891, Image 4

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Lebanon Express.
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK,
Editor - and - Proprietor.
A railroad to Hie tup of Tike's peak
Is -now in BuccMifiil operation.
Fifty years ago tlwru were 8,000 Jews
in hiiiMtine; now there are 100,000 of
whfi h 40,000 live in fc-UMileni.
The press of late is writing not a
littl about tlifi free coinage of
ilvi'i', and tariff. No small num-licr-of
best plans are advocated,
and if the people should commence
experimenting with each, the pres
ent generation would not Bee the
)!ul.
Tlic Impress dun't -cluim to lie
anything great in the way of a
newspaper. Its manaiorg have
done and are doing the beat they
can but thev are not satisfied.
They are piing to do better in the
future. They propose to always
keep the ftxi'i-.iiss the third news
4jter in the coimtv and some
.improvements are now under way
that will add much to the paper's
tijipoarance and usefulness.
One of the longest and most cosily
i .ihvnv bridges in the country Is now
iiamg erecttrt in the newest portion of
the United States, almost at its cx
treine western boundary, the great
sh-el bridge which the Union Pacific Is
einiding across the Columbia' river at
anconver, 'Washington. The length
from the Oregon to the Washington
shore will l e (WOO feet and the draw
pier will lie over 400 feet long. The
n-t of the structure will be over four
Million.
A very queer incident occurred on
irwlii at Oregon City last Thursday
evening. There was a family of five or
' eiwns on the train among whom
v a girl perhaps 10 years of age, who
m iitiltd the same seat with a brigliU
v d little fellow r.bout six years ofage.
- ') ! family had tickets for Oregon City
ttml when the train stopped all alight
c.ii except the little fellow, who was
entirely forgotten even by the sister
v, ho was with him and under whose
dire he evidently was placed. The
h, Jtake was not noticed forsmnethne,
i. ii! upon tlie train's arrival ut the first
station aliove the little fellow wus put
.ill and the agent at Oregon City wired
ne circumstance. It isseldom parents
will forget their children.
Tiie plutocratic press scoff at the
idea of asserting that there is a
money power and that it has power
to do evil. We think the follow
ing is a good answer to such doubt
ing. It comes from Chauncey M.
Ijepew, one of the foremost .repre
sentatives of that very power which
ire wish to restrict. It is ae fol
lows: "1'jfly men in tins United States
; have it in their tamer, by reason
1 r irl'-jhe woulth which they control,
I. . -.-;-q:ome together within twenty
I , I'jiir hours and arrive at an tinder-
.-Handing br which evcrv wheel of
,'ruue and commerce maybe stop
' jkv! from revolving, every avenue
i ' of trade blocked and every electric
';, key struck dumb. Those fiftv
w...iHeii can control the circulation of
stoer i ,i .. -..:.,
v.-T.I . lie (.ill , iiiiu ciuuie u uamu
emcfk vlienevcr they will."
tweu Kei'il nr.d re-read it and see it
hou vou clo not agree that the money
..power car. be as autocratic as the
OPEN AIR MEETING
In Isaliulln T'nrlc.
Hun.'lny at 11 o'cioek A. .M. Free for
all. Evening nieetiiiff at '1 V. M.
'fhort aiidress l.y H. M. thirlainl, Esq'
uiilijeet. "O-iirin ofl.uw;" F. M. Miller,
Ei;., "Oheilieiire to I.iiw;" Prof. Da-
viilTortett, "Obliitnlioii tolhe Divine
iMW.' Sirs. SI. Miller, Organist..
J. I-COW AX.
J. M. KALSTOX.
7 BANKZlLEBANOX,
u:banos, orhoox.
Triancts a Gjasral Biniing Basinsss.
wi'WOl'XTS KKIT hl'BJKCT TO
. V CHECK.
.- V.n-k.Snii Francis-
0 CHRIST, TOT II EE I CJiiT
O weary, weary hours,
And weary days unit yjtMWj''
The sorrows that oppress, w.
And slmdowH dork with fears!
O come, dear Lord, and bid
The shadows all to flee;
Turn sorrow into joy,
Aud night to morn iti Thee.
O wenry, weary life!
O restless, storm-tost soul!
No human friend is near,
On whom my care to roll.
Come thou, O Christ, and make
Mv heart beat glad and free;
i)id every burden gone,
And let me rest in Thee.
Give me thy grace and peace,
Sustain me while I live;
In every trial be near,
And strength and counsel give.
O guard and guide me, Lord,
Be everything to me;
And to the end of life,
Give me true faith in Thee.
H. S. C.
Don't send your money abroad, but
patronize home Industry, by having
tmirnrintinK done at the Bxi'iussh
job oflice.
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E. Hose, Receiver,
. AND
Oregon Development Co'sStcsxlip Use
225 MIlM Shorter! 20 Hdurt Lou Tlnwl
Thau by any other Kouic.
first-class through passenger and
freight line
From Portland and all points In the Willamette
Valley to und from Ban .Francisco, Cal.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE (KxfljUt Sundays.)
LWiiqtilim 7:00 A M
Lv OorVHllis .ty:.16 A 51
Ar AlUmy.y.P.atoA M
1 Affiilny .U20PM
Lvt'nrvailis lttll' U
Ar Yaqutiw-.. i:3f ? M
O. ft C- trains connect at Albany ami Corrallta.
The ulmve trai ti connect at YiuiQinu with the
Oregon Development ijnDii-nny'n lino of gteaiu
ships biitwecn Yujntna tuttl 6aii FraucUco.
SAILING DATES.
,ir S. S. Willamette Valley
WILL
FromYRqaina '.. Aup. 4, 13, 22 and 81:
From Sail Frauciaoo...Juli ill, Aug. 9, 1, 2ti:
This eomoany reserves the risht to chnme sall
ing dates without uoiiee.
WM. M. ITOAG,
C.C. HOtH'fi, (ient-rul AUtmger.
O. F. i P. Agent, CorvaUls, Or.
V-m") ll Turn
IT ISTB1ETO THINK
About FALL and WINTER CLOTHING; and while you
are thinking about it dont forget that
3?. 52. S?aZZa ( omana ,
Is the place to get it. "VVe are now receiving daily large
Shipments of Fall and Winter clothing
For Men, Boys and Children,
From the Largest and Beat ManufaPturflrors in this and
Foreign Lands. Not being Brilliant Writers wo can hardly
do these Grand Garments wc are offering
THE JUSTICE , THEY DESERVE.
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We are Sh wing the Very Latent Effects in Everything that
is new It matters not whether you want to buy or not.
We are Always Willing to
Show our Goods,
And if you use your Best Judgement you will Bay that for
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That's Made Well and at Reasonable Trices, We
are the People.
T. Lt. Wallace & Co.,
'-tl'.ah.an vAiC'Ck, .
:ltiitIon-'porXtitU(r t.tou. . .
T'ihe houowtik1 layur and city council of the
eity.df Mwnau, Oregon:
1 WoyourpetUtonen,clttieiinKud rotcrs of the
city of Ibniton, Ore., bellovitifi that the open and
public nale onmoxteatlng liiuioman reirululeil by
Uw aud Onlinimee 1b better than the unlawful
tale thereof wtiicli U sure to follow a policy of ab
solute Prohibition and bolluvlni Eltul Purker and
A. W. flrunb suitable persons to engage In the nle
ofspirltuous, mult and vtnoiw Utniors and that
they will in ovory respect obey the Law, and onil
naneiwofthecUyor Lebanon. Now Thekrpokk.
Wo do most earnestly petition and pray that, oiler
they have complied with the low and the Ordl
luinceaofthoeity of IjjUmon relative to the pro
cumlluii of UcewK to aell Mid liquors your honor
able body grant to Ihe-siid Parker and Urub(co
partners) a license to sell Uqitora hi qimtitUieM of
less thui one gallon, In the oily of Lebanon, Ore
gon for tho period of six months, for which your
petitioners will ever pray. Subscribed;
SP IJaeh. C HlUlston.J a Roberts, 8 Dudley
Chan Miller, U. (1. Iivelee, W W Hale, K U liode,
Zim Ueynolds, Jacob Arn, Kobt. Mcralley, (Jeo, W.
KIce, 11 Kimpp, W II Klep,er, J. W. Iturkhart,
L Foley, H Utatt, Joxeph Nixon, It F Dodge, Kd
Kellenberavr, S. B, Koberti J C tiorden.H U Mack
ay, Frank (Jrabtree, C A Reed, J A Lamberson. i)
D Mhaw, B 1 Coyle, a Parrlsb, t'haa llsftu, E O
Cut, U W. Keith, W H Ileed, H K Parrbtli, () W
Siokea, a H Frum, Havid (Jentry Wm IttloH, B
Donaca, C, H. Klnibrougli, O. B. llansanl, K. H.
Btwler KB Crouch, A D Wheeler, John LuiU, W.
CaratUers, Joe Mayor, .luhn I. Meliowan, Wm.
J, Royae, A. a. Kees, F, O'Neill, I. T. Huyek, R.
L McC'lure, m Uiuberry, J Wiley, Frauk Kettle,
A II. Orunon I. R. Device, John Dodne, (ieorge If,
Dodge, F J Hemlrlcksoii. J W McUin, U, E. Har
dy, Johnson West, John Mayer. Ciea Chersiier, P
Hanson, E. Ii. Viooui, C. Cox, W W Fleetwood,
H Cros. L B Knox, Will Elkina. U MUlor John
Nlckok, Joel mayer, M.J. WeUner, Otto Adrian,
(ieorge Buhl, M. 1). Wheeler, K. B. Pearson, BanVl
M. Uarlund, Geo. H. Hate, W. E Lewis, L'haa.
Hmdman, F. Ristau, W.K. Hurden, Ray Leonard,
Jos. Leonard, Aa U. Peterson, J as. Sharp, C. K.
Itanous, A. W. Marks, L. J. l'eterson, W. Hay, J,
Kohlor, H. Boyle, L. A. Craidall, A. Mctnly, B,
M, Bribh, Will W. Lines, Joku Buttle, James
Wheeler, C. A. 8iullh.
To Whom It may Concern;
You are hereby uotiiied that In accordance with
and pursuant to the foregoing pv.it ton I will on
theJttlidayofSeptembirlsui.prewimsttid petition
to the city council of Lebanon Uun county Oregon
for a license to sell spiritous, malt aud viuous
liquors iu lean qnantltiea tlian one gallon, for the
period of one yean
PARKKR it GUUBB.
FOETIilLLER S IRVING,
DEALEHS IN'
ALL KINDS C'F FURNITURE,
CARPKTHWAI.Ii PAPER AKD
riCTUKUFKAMEB.
Undertakinf? a Specialty
ALBANY, OREGON.
ALB) ,CrfjOii.
The Prices, The Prices!
Not the man that brings the INCREASING trade
at the One-Price Cash Store. We d not claim to Jjj
sell
our
"at cost," Everj' man
Casli Svatom enables us
ROCK PRICES,
Our Boot and Shoe
Department is Complete and none better for the
the price. . We make this line a seehdly. We hare
bought largely in Eastern markets, as well as on the
Coast, and can suit all.
In Our Dry Goods
Department we endeavor to carry whoever the trade
demands. Our main object is to get v. hat the peo
ple want. We are daily receiving goods. Wo carry
a line of GROCERIES, TINWARE and Crockery.
Hiram Baker's
One-Price Cash Store.
BOARD OF REGENTS:
Slant noard iif Etlucntiim; ex-ollloio, H1k
Exit'llctnoy, Hvlu'stirr Voiinnvor, (iovcr
inir; linn. G.'W. Mi'Iiiiilf, Bwreliiry of
Htitti?; Hon. K. 11. McElrny, HuiTiiilpnr).
i!iit of I'ulilln Iiwtructlon; IlRiiJuiiiiii Kdio
IHol(l,rre8idi!iit; J. ii. V. ilntliT, St'cridnry.
Kxhci-tivk iioAHD Hun. .1. .1. liiili y,
Hun. P. W. HnlfV, .1. '. Iiiitlcr, folk;
JitcobVoortiei'S, luarinn; J. C. While, Plk;
Alfivd Lficy.Olankaniiiiij A. Nnltiior, Mul
tnonoili; W. H. Holmw. Muulnu.
For Cutalogui', Addrent,
P. L. CASPBELL, A. B., President, or
ry Goods at cost, at the
lothmg at cost
Manunoth store.
Greccriesat cost at the
: Mammoth store.
f ha wliole stock of the Main
moth store at cost for
m
ifi wortliy of his hire; but !
to get down to I!E1- fe
OREGON
STATE pRHAL gCEGOL,
Uli-nmonlh, Or eg tin,
The LendliiR Konmil Huhnol of Ihtr
KortliweHt, Ik'tiutlfitlly umi
Ht'ultlifulty LocutcU.
bulooim.
Now buiMinjw, new aipnmtim, fttlt
faculty, lijlit exieuen, mid lurt'iitti'iMi
i icy, Nuruitil, Ailvuiirt'd N(nni-iiuii-iiphs,
Art iiihI Mimi- I)ui(irUnCiiltt,
S wfial attention pvi'n to iiliywinil
u.nrv. Vniuiitwr military tirgummi
t, 'Jm. Tlnwc renoiviiif; (liiiimiHt urn
(uithorit'd to tfiiclt itt uny oLinty in tlie
BtHtf wit limit furflior exuniinutimii.
Tuition in tliu Noniml and llnsiii'"s
(l(!'iirti)ii!iils iiiti lit'fti n-ducfMl t'rnm H
In $6 Hir vciir; uiui in llio Hub-Nuniml
front $;iOW?:U
A yrnr in srhoiil for (winnw'
Ttiitiuii Noriiiiil timl nmwt, (i SApcr
term of ten wc-ckn. Hub-Nornuil t t'b
lKr term. Hmnl ut Nnrnnil tlininic Imll,
$1 (Wftwei'k; (iirnirtliwl ritii Jiylit in.il
tire, f I XT wt'ck. itourd in privtitt- l'mn
ilii'h, W Wt u,ir wiiuk. .Kirnt lurui ti'Cii
Hupt. li-'mi, 1HW, Htudt'utM limy uutir
liny I in it1,
i. U. PQWELL, A. I., Yice-Presldcnt.
Manunoth Store,
at the
cash or produce.
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