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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1893)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK,
Editor - and - Proprietor.
City Official Paper.
The ministry of the country and
the saloon and dive elements of
Chicago, at one time seemed to
have everything their own way
about closing the world's fair on
Sundays; but as the good, hard
sense of the people asserts itself,
their prospects grow gradually and
jr gracefully less.
If the country newspaper fellows
want to see capersresemblingthose
of an irate bovine of the masculine
persuasion, that has just hud a red
rag flaunted in his face, let them
any something against that state
fair concern and then watch the
Statesman. Gervais Star.
We have had some experience
with the state fair ourselves, and
appreciate the Star's statement.
The state of Oregon will, it is
said send to the World's fair anrnn
cedar shingles that have seen out
aoor service, tor over ao years.
They were laid five inches to the
weather and are atill irnnri fur ear-
vice. This exhibit is expected to
prove two things that Oregon
Bhingtes are hard and Oregon
weather is soft. Kural New Jfork-
This week and next will con
sume the temaining forty days of
time allotted the legislature. A
great many bills presented will not
be reached and perhaps it is just
as well. There are a few impor-
fj tunt measures before that body,
however, which should be crys
tallized into laws. Some should
undergo modification before reach
jug the statute book,
'i'lie new cabinet is still being
:tramed by newspaper eerreapond
enta and other people who think
they know who the lightning will
.strike. It is now said that Mot
ripon will hot be in the cabinet
because Villard does not want him
-there. Those well acquainted with
Crover Cleveland will take this
Jfor what it is worthi The incom
ing President is not the man to
elect Jlis cabinet according to the
likes and dislikes of some other in
dividual. The road question is one which
commends itself to the serious con
sideration of the present legislat
ure. Several bills have been in
troduced, but so far as we have
seen, the one presented by Repre
sentative Nickell seems to meet
the requirements and ought to be
parsed. It provides for the elec
tion of supervisors, creates a fund
for the building and improvement
of rosid". requiring that all work
costing over $50 must be let by
contract, and does away with the
present mode of working roads.
Two bills for the promotion of
the fruit industry have been pre
sented to the Oregon legislature,
modeled after the California laws
against importation of diseased
fruit trees and tor the destruction
of fruit pests. Strange to say that
they enconnter mu:h opposition
from the public p.-ess. . Within
certain bounds, Oregon is a good
fruit state, and fruits ought to be
a large portion of its wealth; but
the industry must be properly en
couraged. Rural Press, San Francisco.
The general comment pm the
action of President Harrison in ap
pointing a democrat to the supreme
tench is rather severely denunci
atory. Perhaps the most correct
view of the situation is the latest
one taken by the Oregonian, in
which it saya: "It is as good as a
concert with a barrel organ and
horse fiddles to bear repulicant,
who would ' have prevented the
confirmation of any person whom
" Harrison might have nominated
' fur the supreme bench, uttering
howls of lugubrious indignation
t because he has nominated a dem
ocrat. All talk about a nonparti
san judiciary is nonsense; but one
nay rather enjoy the circumven-
lon of a lot of politicians who, in
tdur to get at Harrison, were
epard to reject any republican
If you have a business that will
bear advertising, advertise it.
There iB nothing that will so help
to build it up and always re
member to cary out fully your
promises in your advertisements.
The best advertising in the world
is in newspapers that circulate and
are read. The Exphkss is one of
this class, and the readers are com
ing i thicker every week.
The tailor makes the man and
the dressmaker makeB the woman.
By the patient archaeological re
search carried an by one woman
it has been proved, for the grati
fication of all women, that the
pants supposed to be specially dis
tinctive of the masculine toilet be
longs to the feminine dresB. The
women of Judah, it seems, were
the first wearers of pants, and the
brutal male, perceiving the con
venience and comfort ot this ar
ticle of dress envolved by superior
intelligence of woman, appropriat
ed it to his own use and doomed
his womankind to encumber their
limbB with petticoats, which ren
der it impossible for them to cope
with man in such useful avoca
tions as dray driving and
snipe hunting. Oregon City Cou-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office At Oregon City, Oreron. 1
Notice Is hereby gi?en that the following-named
etttlerhax filed notice of hts Intention to make
floaiBroof In BUDTjort of htn elslm. Mid thai s&ld
proof wtll-be made before the County Clerk of
i.ui uwuuy, at Aionny, uregon, ou j eo. m, lew,
WILLIAM A. 8KINHKK.
rH.entry. rlo.W13fbrth(!LoU,4 and 4, Bed.
1 1.18, 8. R. 1W.
He names the following witnesses to prore hie
continuous residence upon and oultiratlon of slid
land.Ttl: P. V. Bsrf, B. H. Hirrli. H. 0. Nye, A
Morris, all of Sweet Home, Linn Co.. Oregon.
J. T. APPEKSON,
Poultry, Hides and
HItrhmt eruh nrlrw mid for tnrkevs
W"S (lucks una chinkeus fl)oe of
L.Jniil, Strawy and Moorr old
stable, 4lh lrrt. Albany.
Also Hide and run or an linos
tiot'iiht fir aub. ,.
Restaurant 4 Bakery.
FuraisW lew Tbronghoat.
Meals at all Hours. 25 cts.
Lunch, 15 cts.
Board and Lodging by the
Day or Week.
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY.
Hot Rolls, Pie and Cakes of all
Kinds made and Baked
DALGLEISH k EVERETT,
Furniture & Hardware,
Carpets, Wall Paper,
WiBdow Shades, Floor tattings, 4c.
Builders' Hardware, itc, &c.
Transacts t General Banting Business.
ACCOUNTS KEPT SUBJECT TO
Kxehuft Mid on New Yoik.San Franeis
o, aad Portland aad Albany, Oregon.
CoUaetton mads on tavotabl ttrow.
.f KJJT OAVlATi,
fSV ' TAD MAItM,
1 Maton mtmysv,
o-" oomaMMT. ana.
tar terformaBoa am free H sin boos writs m
Sujmw CO.. Kl KiuianwjLT, Mar okk.
Oioeet etireaa for sectHe- patents hi Amenea.
Br err patent taken ont Oy as u brown before
Use Beetle ay a aeuea fifest frea of onerge ift la
ierteat eUeeletlon f enr seteatlle paper m ta
Sua skouid fee iritiou It. Weekly, S3.00
Jftar: SiiOstx wonlftl. Aderssi MOWN A CO.
runuauaaa, Broaawej, Mew seek Cur.
. ' l ay M11.
All perking knowimt .ictiwlrriu
dolited to me v III iltmw imI! uml Mt
tle titmice . 1 iini iHrdii'i; my uiiuity.
WEISNER & BUHL, Proprs.
Fresh & Salted Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausage, Bo.
logna, and iiam.
ItBauon and Lnrd Always on Hand.
Mum Hlma, U'lmnnii, Or.
Lebanon Planing Mill
MaiiuAtcturnsninl dmb in .
Sashes, Doors, Blinds,
Frames, Counters, Shelving,
Scroll and Turned MsA of orery De-acripSa,-'
. Stair Building tSjMCiiity. '
A Full Hlk n( HiiUik an , Urmfi
liiintln-rnii tlK Ynril
Vetarjiuiniiiiirjf H"!iltiv.. '
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BY TRADING WITH
S. P. BACH
Who always carries a nicely selected stock of
goods, Groceries, &c.
If jou do not already give hini your patronage try liEotj.
and you will always trade at Mb store.
In Courtney's Mi. Neit Door to Bant
Patronize Home Institutions.
1 ? ARE NOW RUNNING IN FULfi. BLAST.
; Full New Roller Process.
Superior Flonr lor Family and Baler's Dsl
I?lour Ixclifuag'ed for Wheat,
A FIEST-CLASS CHOPPER RUN IN CONNECT
TION WITH THE MILL-
Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every Respect.
TGIVE US A TRIAJL
Peelk Wickes & Aldrich, Popr'ts
Y0D3G ::: PEOPLE'S :-: HIGH :-: SCHOOfi
Of Lebanon: and Vicinity.
First Term begins September 19th.
With a Full Carps of Instructors.
Rates of Tuition are Reasonable,
. And ita MntliodevAbrenst of the TlntM.
Faculty Will Maintain Good Disc pine,
And Insint on ThoroHgh Work.
Five Courses of Study are Wiseljy Arranged,
And will Meetf fcvery Just Demand.
Graduates Receiver-Appropriate. Diplomas;;
Those in TesohttVa Coume, State Uiplomaa,
For Circulars, etc., ailiiresB
S..L RANDLE, A. M.,
I have a LARGE STOCK of CRICK, for tale at mj
Yard, in ft s uburbs of Lebanon, For Sale at Reasonable
Sates. kind of mason's woik done with neatness and
iespatcix D.W. HARDEN.
Pafek 'Emm m Graining.
" ' he might name.