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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1891)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK,
Editor - and - Proprietor.
Of the twelve largest cities in the
world three are in Japan.
The average cos of a palace
sleeping-car is if 15;000, or if "vesti-
The more money a man has the
more his glaring faults become odd
little peculiarities. i.x.
The Imperial lihrarv of Paris,
, which is the largest in the world.
contains 2,000,000 volumes.
It is to be recrreted that, no K-lionl
is to tie taught in the Bantiam Acad
cmy thieyiar. The beautiful grounds
seems to he only used for pasturing
stock. What a pity.
Tale-heiwin:; emits a three-fold
poison, for it injures the teller, the
hearer and the person concerning
w horn the mie 11 told. Suureeon.
I Here are G.10..i!)4 pensioners on
the government pension rolls, ot
winch number ovv.wm are on ae
count of the war hetween the
You will do well to read the ordi
nances that appear in tbe Exfrfsb
from time to time. IF you don't you
might wish you had when it is too
late. The proper thing to do would be
to raid them and then cut them out
for future reference.
A dollar dancing through the
country ib a constant blessn
making all things move, and keep
ing up lite and health. It is bet
ter than a million dollars. tied up
in a vault, to lead to congestion
It is said that the drying up of
the deluge ictt in let id pools hide
ous monsters pvthous flounder
in the slimy waters, in vain hoping
for the returning Hood, bo the
receding passions of civil war have
stranded mad and uglv saurians,
whose contortions and hissings
attract attention ttiily to excite
Though the average citizen may
not appreciate the fact, yet it is true
that the Council of this city has hud
quite a large task belore it in the purs
ing ef the late City ordinances, meet
ing two ur three nights in a week.
The memuers ol that tiodv have work'
ed hard, an -.: thev deserve credit for
The SwiBS people Tast month cel
ebrated the ti'JUih amiivcis.iry ui
" "their Confederation. -On the it;-.-:
day of August, representa
tives from the tlirue Cantons of
Belnvytz, Ur'i and I'lituliwaldeii
met and entered into a solein:-.
- compact to maintain their liberties
nginat the increasing curouciiiiicni-:
of the Austrian Crown. Late
-Oaut-m after Canton joined toe
movement.. There arc now 'i of
them,, repKwntiug U8Vret races,
religions aild languages, yet wed
ded 'into a niarvcious suiktiu'ilv,
and puCri.sinii i. ;''CiTiii 'ijv iii' i.
is a model of etiiciency, of demo
cratic liberty, a;id at the aann.
time of -economy. In many ro
sjieei -.a'ie u'..-eer;i iii .v a Air.ii,,
resomiiiance to t.ne ct-n.-ututiuu ,
t.v United A AiiWi'.t:,:.
Tiiere are Itowecei' .:! swiidts,
diiieroiicus. One it the I'oiiiai'kaijn'
ft..'iMtiiy wn; snuua t.io state .,
;aiiiii,iiisteri. . Tiie prcsitiencc w
the t'otiiederaiiiui, for 'instance, re
eiiM o.iiy tZ'iKi i-':r w.auw
ekry. t !; it
.oi -;tie higher worth get Mv lei a
it id rcuiarkubie t'ual the imuoi,
should be able to oiiain the legis
lative and uxeculi'e ability vhivU
it actually jwsacf'si-s at sueii figure
Our New Press.
The '.(' v e ft-i -. I tc cur readers this week have hcen
printed on our ev Under press, a picture of which is here
with shown: was also the issue of last week. With this
improver! machinery we will he a bin to turn out a mtaily
printed ulice; as yet he press not litnnj; adjusted for its
With this improvement we are enabled to hold our col
umns open a l.ah-dav la-ier, Ihnvhv enabling ub to get
news up l'i t ie lat lunm.-n . Ti c:r.Micit,y of the press,
run by hand a. we shall run it. Tr the present is about
1000 copies jier hour; and urn wirfc is done more faithfully
than with human hands, home of our people may think
we are making una improvement prematurely, but we can
only answer tnat we hope to be ahead of rather than be
hind the requirements of this growing town and rapidly
developing section of old h:un (.'oniiiv. The interests of
this people are our interests, and wu are endeavoring to
improve with each snot-ceding day.
This machinery costs, set up in Use office, about $1400,.
and we hope our patrons and the public will bear in mindi
the fact that we a. Inn pj; to: 1 - i .'union good of our
section, and nhow us evcrv yncourap.."Jtient, and assistants
that eur ellons may ui uu.r opai.--.ii in to merit.
Call and see our new ''Acme" cylin-Ht.-r turn out the Ex-pkkss.
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