The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, October 02, 1891, Image 8

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banon Express.
- CITY OFFICIALS,
'MAYOR..,. ......,.!rr....W A. MILLER.
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: .-IKKARl'KKft J. A. ROHKRTS,
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I JOS. KLK1NK.
i City Council meets on the first and third
Tuesday evenings of each month.
City Ordlnanoa, No. 6.
AN ORDINANCE Rnmttng toL. Foley and his
associates and assigns tiierlKht to ereotand
maintain a system of electrio Ugbts and
electric power in the otty of Lebanon, Ltaui
County, Orafcn. ,
THE 'PEOPLE OP THE CITY OF LEBANON,
LINN COUNTY, ORKION,iDO ORDAIN AB FOL-
.'LOWS:
BECTION I. That there be and hereby kgrant-
d to L. Foley and his associates and assigns the
right and franchise to erect and maintain in the
streets and alleys of the city of Lebanon, Linn
county, Oregon, eU such electric light posts, poles,
towers, wires, lines ofwtreaand other fixtures and
saaehiuery thatmaybe neeeaury or convenient
ur maintained for the purpose of carrying on a
systemof electrio lights in said city for the use of
; said city and the cltlsens thereof for the term of
tan years; and said parties shall also have the
. right to erect, construct, pus op and maintain in
aid city all such buildings and machinery that
may be necessary or convenient for the menu,
factum and distribution of electricity for lights at
power; Provided however that work on such sys
tem of electric lights and electric power shall be
commenced thirty days from she approval of this
--ordinance by the Mayor of said city and to com
plete the same withiu three months after such
work is commenced.
BECTION 2. The said i.tlejraitd his associ
, ates or assigns or successors are hereby authorised
to orect such posts, poles .and towers and to
stretch such wires snd lines of wires thereon in
suoh manner as not te interfere with the freeand
(Unobstructed use of the streets anci alleys for trav
cl and at such heights as may be designated by
,the mayor and common council of said city but in
no event shall such wires be teas than twenty feet
xabove the level of the streets.
. BECTION 3. Wheuever.lt shall become neces-
, aary in the erection of any such'poles, posts or
ttoweis to interfere in any manner with any street
vor alley said grantees, their successors and assigns
shall without delay put such street or alley lo as
.good condition as it was before it was broken, dug
' ,or disturbed, . :
SUCTION 4. The said L. Foley and his associ
ates and assigns may if they deem it best bury all
wires used for electric purposes, and for that pur
guee may enter upon the streets and alleys of said
ity,and dig and construct trenches therefor, pro-
. 'Tided the said wire is laid at such-depth as not to
llnterfere with the use of the streets for travel 'and
commerce.
SECTIONS. During the period of thta franchise
the mid L. Foley snd his associates or assigns,
ahall not charge for aaid electric light or lights
fleore than so per-cem. now changed by, the electric
Ughtoompany of Albany, Oiegoo, and the lights
furnished to the city of Lebanon shall 'be 80 per
' cent, of that paid by the city of Albany for electric
lights, said lights to burn all night.
SECTION 6. Thegrantofthisfranchiseisupon
the express condition that the said L. Foley and
his associates ami assigns shall at all times during
1 the-eontimiance of this grant after said works are
completed, furnish lo the city of Lebanon free of
cost aodwilhoiu any charge whatever therefor
except at a consideration for this franchise all of
the ueee&ary liEthia for the city councilchambers
tor any-iHKl all city business that may be transact
ed therein,
BKCTION 7. Within Ihlrty days after the ap-
prov.i- of tbii, ordinance by ihe Mayor the said L.
Foley or a .rriw shaft file with the cay Recorder
hihortheirw.-;iHo acceptauteof Ihis ordinance
toge'ht'Mvilhfl'iofltscondiilousand provisions.
81. IONS. This ortiusocc to be in full force
ami o,"-j(,. j'.um sod a,.er its approval by the
Mayor.
P;i , vl tbecmf'K'ii on the Wi n d;tv of Allan...
IWli. mid i,."''iiaie en 0 li oan, e ill lilll uleet H(td
fom- &-tt, 'y u, 1 . '!, w ihuut the a i!m,i! of the
US).
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Each year every local . paper, says
Judge Davis, gives from $100 to $5,000
in five liuua fur the sole benefit of the
vicinity In which it Is located. The
local editur, in proportion to his means
does more for his town than any other
ten men, and in all fairness, man with
man, he ought to be supported, not be
cause you nuty happen to like him nr
admire his writing, but because a local
paper is the best investment a commu
nity can make. It may not be brilliant
or crowded with great thoughts, but
financially it is more of a benefit to a
community than the preacher or teach
er. Understand us now, we do not
mean morally or Intellectually, but fk
nanciaily; and yet on the moral ques
tion you will find the majority of the
local papers are on the right side. To
day the editors of local -papcre do the
most work for the least money of any
men on earth. Subscribe or your lo
cal paper, not as a chanty, but as an
investment. . : '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Office at Oregon City. Oregon, I
Aug. IX, 1U.
Notke i herein (riven that thf (oHmviiiK-imincrt
setlk-r ha iiieil iit.lire of Ills luUjlilittti to make
HujiI onto! iti ujJirt of his claim, and that said
proof u ill he Bi-'ide before the County Clerk of
Linn t'-'itn.tv (irt 'on, at Aliiany, OreKun, on Or:U
her lit','1. tl7,:
BKJJAMIN . BUHNK1T
Ud. enlry Jio.iiM for thus. 0lH, KjialillS
. ' , orsj, W. 14 ol !''. W. T. las.. K. 1 E.
il.: IlillL'Oi lilt: 1,'ili, '.tillt,' WillK'"M-M to pHIVC ills
Coiitijir.",ti; rf.'if'-:.'i.' twion atld eulilvalitjtnof, "itid
and. via; J. i. oreujml,.!, H. Unvi. (ins Kruii
. ' lit-r iit:(.; Ij, ',V. jiiniii-ang!), all of Sweet Uomi.',
Xinii l;ouht5V Oregon.
. J.T.APPEKBON.
Itegisier.
FKINEVfLitB KEW8.
It'iom the Oohoco Review.l
Bom, on Friday, September 18, lo
the wife of T. A. Uren, a son.
Frank Sommerville has taken a posi
tion In the Hay Creek store.
W. S. Mayberrywlll open sohool in
the Willow oreekaistriot the first Holi
day in October.
Indian Agent Lucky, of Warm
Springs, wps In town yesterday. He
reports everything In a flourishing
condition at the agency.
T. B, James, of 'Harney county, was
in town the first of the week. He will
be here for sometime looking after his
hirees in this county.
Dr. V. Gesner has been appointed by
the Interior department, examining
surgeon for Crook county to examine
applicants for pensions, etc
Banders Logan passed through town
Tuesday with 268 head of One beef cat
tle which he was taking to Deschutes
bridge to deliver to beef buyers.
Bheriff Booth returned Thursday
from the Shoeftyand Gird creek oouni"1
tries. He Bays the ranchers over there
have "harvested immense crops, and
have an excelleut quality of grain.
Dr. Bites accompanied by his daugh
ters, Mrs. J. W. Howard and Mrs. C,
F. Smith, started on Tuesday for the
doctor's home at Dallas, where the
ladies will remain a few weeks visiting
A. M. Griffin was In town on Friday
of last week eu route to Coburg after
his family, He has taken a place on
Buck creek and proposes to make Crook '
county his home In the future.
Peroy Davis and Henry Berohtorf
are seeking for the hidden treasures of
the earth somewhere in the Blue
mountains one hundred miles east of
here. They will spend a month
searching for a mine which they im
agine exists, and will return to Prlne
vllle millionaires, it is hoped.
Owing te Mrs. Slayton having con
tracted a severe cold and sore throat at
Albany, she was unable to be here in
time to take her place In the public
schools at the opening last Monday,
and her place has been filled by Miss
Rova Dodson during the week. Mrs.
Slayton expects to be In her school
room next Monday.
James Conolly, ef Burnt Ranch, was
in town last Saturday with a wagon
load ef very fine apples. They were as
large as those raised in,Webfnot In
early days, and in flavor surpassed
anything Willamette valley ever rais
ed. They were raised in the eastern
part of Crook county, and still we are
told this is not a fruit country.
Umatilla county will not be safe
ground fur prize fighters to practice
the "manly" art so long as W. J. Fur
nish is sheriff. On Monday of last
week a putty of Walla Walla sports,
150 strong, came over Into Umatilla
county to witness a prize fight, but
sheriff Furnish Intercepted them, and
with three deputies frustrated the plans
of the combatants and held up the ISO
sports who were spoiliug for the fray.
This week Howard & Baldwin de
livered their beef at Deschutes bridge.
The average weight of their three,
four and five-year-old steers was 112
lbs., which we believe is the best aver
age any band of cattle from this part
of the country has shown this season.
One steer weighed 1875 lbs. and an
other 1020 lbs. When such cattle as
these can be raised in Crook county It
is folly to say the range is exhausted.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Office atOregon City, Oregon. 1
AW, 19, 1N1I. (
Notice Is hereby given thill (he lollowlntr-nariied
settler has liled notice of ills inttnlioii to make
fiiial,roofiiiuittxrtof Ills claim, sud Unit said
prooi will he made before tile County Clerk of
Linn County, Oregon, at Albany, Oregon, on Octo
ber 12, 1M)1, viz:
JOHN CII1UM IAN
IM. enlrv No, SJ10. for the N. W. of Sec. 24
T. !:).. K.l K.
He names l ie fo ow lie witnesses to Drove his
continuous residence ui'Oiiuriil cultivation of, said
IhikI. viz: Mutt Sieott. of Alonnv. Linn t'oillilv. Or-
ei,'oii. John Hitrlng, ol Sweet Home. Linn County,
ureoi,, inimiotf miwis, 01 rtweci Home, i.niu
County, Oregon, and D.T.Heddle, oftjiveetllouifl,
Linn Ounly, Oregon.
J. I. Arraiimin,
register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
bind Office al Oregon City, Oregon, I
AHKiist IK, llS'Jl.
Notice is horehv nivm that the foDowiiin-tiHinM
settior iituHlili-d uoiice of bin intention to uuike
fhifti pnKirfu KiifpXrrt nf tm claim, turn inui mu
itrixil will be miwl'!tjel'nrcth!(.,ounlyCl';rk of lAnn
County, ihsiftju, at Alimny, Oregon, on (X'tolw 10,
JOHN BPHINO
Pre D, 8. No. 7., j'or Mm S. W. M of See. 12, T
M a. K. 1 li.
Hp iiiuiien Iho following wwiewe to prove hi
miiiimoii'.n'-HluiK'ti uixm nuri ciiltiviitioiiof, miirl
Unit, viz: Herninn K-.-hn, .John Chritliin, (Jlmulo
I'K'kt'tiHfin'l Curl Kuittiiart, all oi bweut Jouiu,
liijwltjr,
tfi,y ',ii'JW-'l'.,''fcrM.V''''J
It itiri i il I i-itj I I 'msssiitnii ismtlslnf'stsM nrV rsssflistiwais
Go to M. A. Miller's for your sohool
books.
Miss Bridge, who has been under
the doctor's care, was removed to her
home, near Scio, this weok.
Bottle Hp.
All parties knowing themselves in
debt to us are hereby notified to settle
up at once as we bavo got to have our
money,
BwanBhos,
FORTMILLER 4
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FDRNITBRE,
CARPETRWALL PAPER AND
PICTURE FRAMES.
Undertaking a Specialty
ALBANY. OREGON
C. E. RANOUS,
Carpenter & Builder.
All Kinds Repairing A Jobbing
Don on Shortest Notice.
UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY
Shop on Main St resit, Nsmt Door to
Tailor Shop.
J. t. COW AH, J. It. KAL8T0N.
bankzlebanon;
LEBANON, OREGON.
Transacts i General Emtlng Baslness.
ACCOUNTS KEPT"" SUBJECT TO
CHECK.
Biskaaira Hid on New Tor k .San Fnatis
so, anal Pertlaid ud Albany, Oregon.
elbclieas matt oa iavarabls tanas.
MRS. S. H. COWAN'B
Emporium of Fashion
Is rcplets with ths Utail II; las sf Bala, Bans
' and .very Tarlsty of haadtsar known to
ths rashionakls warld.
A First-lass Drssraitlnr Shop in cansaUos,
which s preildsd orsr oj uuflss who Basks
Cutting aad ritUaf a lisMially.
Omt Don 8oim or nu Imaai" mm
The Yaquina Route.
OREQON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E. Hogg. Receiver,
AND
226 Mlls BhorUrl 20 Hoart Ull Tlmsl
Timn by any uthtjr Kouiu.
F1R6T.OLAS8 THROUGH PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT LINE
Prom Portland and ll point in the Wlllnmetw
Vulluy to aud from Ban f ranviico, Cat.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SClIEDUMi (Kxccpt fiuniiavs.)
Lv Yatiilina 70 A M
Lv C'orvllis..10;:ift A M
Ar Albany 11WA M
Lv Albany llt P M
fsVCorvallls i W-V M
Ar Yaiiilim 1:iif l' M
O. &. C. trains connect at Albany and C'orvallb.
Tho Alove trainn connect at Yaoiilna with Hie
Oregon Ocveloimielit Conipuny's liiH" Sk'UUi
sUipn butween Vaiuinaaitd .Han Krani;icu.
SAILING DATES.
6. 6. Willamette Valley
WILL iAlL
FromYaqnina Aujr. 1. i:t. 22 anil 31;
From Hitn Francisco a,IhI Aug. U, 18, VW;
TliiKmrupfftiyreiwrve Uie right uictiftuxosall
iug ilmes without aotict),
1VM. M. HOAfl.
C, C. HfKiPI!, ."tMu; M.ti)KK;r.
0. K. tfc V. Ajfenl, CorvttHlfc. or.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Olllce ttt OrKn Mty, Orison, 1
Notice in lieroliyffivuii that tliu lollnw iiiK-nanicil
wtilt.T litiH lileit rioiiw) of hi intention to iiuikit
linal pT( m Miltfort ol' liji ulaifii, mill that hhI
pnmt will be madit iwforc Uw UvglAi-t iiml Ho
civcr ol t lie V. H. Oi!Sw at inwm Vtiy, Or
ckoij, oti Oct.. IHIll, viz:
WALTKH A. (ill-DIiKMAN
HomeMead' entry Na MM2 (ot thoH .ijJofS. E.
N. K, Wnt'H. li- kaudfi. K.tfo.'N. li. of lice.
1ft). T, R.2K.-
W wuiiuritlie I'ollnwfiijf wltri.',w.'H to )irnve Ills
coiiliiitioiiM rrsIiU'iici- tij()inuiili-iillivaliiiii ol, wiild
lain, viz; iWrn, t'arrina UnMv.iii-itrnv. A. iWnrktmrt,
Ciiarles A. Calkinii, and .frry fjliua, all of Kweut
iluiuc, Linn ijuniy, Oa-Kuu.
J. T. AI'l'iiltSOK,
NOTICE KOR rUULICATION.
Land Ofllec at Oregon City, OfKon, I
Auk. 25, JWl.
NotifleiN her!liy sum tltiit tliefDllitwinK-rifuued
netller ItHH tiled nnliou oC her InlenJion lo make
Jinnl proof in hiiiin)1I C her deeeaw d liiiKljinid'i.
i;tiiiii),aiid tliai Mild proof will be made bei'tire iIkj
.vtitslcr and Ht'ccivw nl hc. U.K. Lund Oilico at
Oregun City, Oregon, on Oelober ai, IfiJl, vU;
CAJUtlKA.. KOI.KK,
WidftH' of .Iniin A, Haifa, dofva eil, IfomfpleHi
etiiry No. 671, lor the 8 K, of N. W. L VV.
ol N. K. N. K. 'ol'K. . k mill N. W. y of A.
h. '.li, T. of it. j
Hlie imtnus ;he t'ollowim; wttnuHfoprnvo their
mutiomitiH j'c-iik'ijei' nm nud ruliivut.unof.said
Jand, viz; Ueorwe A. Hiirkhtn'ti Wiilior A. (Hlrlur
initn, (;liarle'alkln.t, uixl .tarry tihea,altof Hwnvl
Uome. J.lnn County, Oregon.
J, T, AI'I'KKSON,
Kegii-ter.
DALGLEISH &
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE.
We carry a Full Line of SHELF HARDWARE
and BUILDING MATERIAL.
Tho Finest Line of CARPETS AMD WALL-PAPER Ever
Brought to Lebanon.
W. B. DONACA,
-DEALER IN-
Groceries and Provisions,
Cigars, Tobacco, and
Farm Supplies.
1
First-Class Goods at Reasonable Price I.
GIVE ME A TRIAL
Country Produce Taken in Ex
' change for Goods,
A Stock of SHINGLES, POSTS, BOARDS and PICKETS.
Albany Collegiate Institute
ALBANY,
September 9, 1891.
A Full Corps of Experienced Teachers.
IBSrSTATE DIPLOMAS TO NORMAL GKADUATESJEJ
Four Departments of Htudy Collcjiiiile, Normal, Buoinoiw, Primary.
Type-Writing and Hliort-lianil are taught. For catalogue address,
Rev. ELBEKT N. C0NDIT A. M.. President
AlbanyFurnitureCo
H. R. HYDE, Proprietor.
A FULL LINK OF
urniture
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
And ALL KINDS of CARPETS.
We make a specialty of UNDERTAKING. Calls ans
wered night or day.
BALTIMOItE BLOCK,
ALBANY, OREGON.
I have a LARGE STOC K of BRICK, for sale at my '
Yard, in tlie Huburbs of Lchanoii, For Sale at Reasonable
Rates. All kind of mason's woik done with neatness and
denpatch.
D.
! EVERETT
AND BE CONVINCED.
OREGON.
June 10
J UVUj
W. HARDEN.
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