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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1893)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK.
Kdttor - and - Proprietor.
City Official Paper.
MATTHEW P. DEADY.
Judge Deady dbd at his home
in Portland, Or., at 7:45 o'clock the
21th hiBt. No man in this state
has so indelibly impressed hie in
dividuality upon the 1wb and
customs of this commonwealth.
No luan'B life has been so busy
shaping the destinies of Oregon.
For nearly one-half a century he
has been an active &ai potent fao
tor in his adopted Btate. He
practically framed the Code of
Oregon and let.t his powerful in
tellect in forming the constitution
of this state. Asa member of the
Territorial Legislature, the Consti
tutional Convention, the Supreme
court of the Territory and as U. S.
District Judge, he has ever wield
ed an : influence unequalled
by that of any other man
in the state. His opinions
which are numerous both oral
and written are models of grace
and have been quoted far and near,
Judge Deady was born in Mary
land in 1824, removing to Ohio in
1837. He crossed the plains tn
Oreiion in 1840 and has ever since
resided here. His place will be hard
The introduction of a bill in the
Minnesota legislature to compel
Chinamen to wear their shirts in
side of their pants reminds old
Oregonians of a measure of the
same class that found its way into
the Oregon legislature in the '60s.
Urpresentative Amos was father of
the hill, which provided that all
' Chinamen who might come into
the state to remain would be com
pellfd to forfeit their queues. This
bill failed of passage, but resulted
in giving to its orignator, Mr.
Ap)s, a title which will remain
With him forever, honce it is Mr.
Amwisnowknown to his friends as
.... r..tni i r Amna
iueuB HI" Aim-
(resides ju Lane county. okhct
inan. The man v"10 did the most for
ini i i . tho iaar. niwiiini in
'wn mentu,1,ed. for an ofllce;
We refo to that Puque and
--. i .. .t it, Gen. James
H. Weaver.'t. . LoU18 bl0be
men who did the most k d7d
land who have not been ft , f,
-Gov. Will McKinley ana y?n;
Benjamin , Harrison Co urler
Milton, says the Eagle has a few
..e v.A monnoat. mp.n nn the face of
the earth. They won't subscribe
fur their local paper, but will bor
row it from a neighbor to see if the
editor haB mentioned them as prom
inent citizens, and if they fail to
find it they will roar like an angry
bull and declare the puper isn't
worth reading. "Those who ride a
borrowed horse should not find
fault with the' saddle."
When it has been established be
yonJ peradventure that one person
has killed another, and the presid
ing judge deems life imprisonment
the proper punishment, executive
clemency should not be thought of.
It is an evil practice, this turning
a murderer loose that he may com
mit another crime. Sunday Wol
come. Another railway smash-up has
been caused by overworking the
ruin man. The engineer of the
colliding engine states that he had
Veen on duty for thirty consecutive
and could not keen awake.
The official who permitted this
violation of all common sense,
should be held responsible for the
Organized feminine labor has
declared against electing Dacneinrs
nthppmicrflnH. When David B. Hill
ViBnra nf this, there will be 'one
firm, if hairless, opponent of
The Czar prays for peace for
Kussia during tne coming year,
He has the answering of the peti
tion largely in bis own bands.
Be sure and attend tlu" horse
show in Lebanon r week from Sat
urday. The prospect for a good crop this
year in the Willamette valley wan
never bettor, especially fruit.
It is fatal to hero worship to see
the namos of de Lisseps and Eirl'ol
spattered with the mud of the
The latest "combine" is among
the tanners, who have organized
themselves together. This is not
a '"trust," for the members of the
combine say so themselves. Kx
We are the only nation in the
world-able to build and equip a
modern war ship entirely from
the products of our own soil, mines
forests manufactures and goniiiB.
Oregon alone should be able to
make this boast in a few years. '
The growth of the many chiirch
eB of Senttle is a gratifying evi
dence of the prosperity of the city.
Seattle probably has as many fine
church edifices as any city of equal
size in the country, and others arc
now boing projected. It is an en
com aging sign that in the struggle
for material advancement the
spiritual needs of the people are so
well taken care of. Seattle Post
Intelligencer.. When the sharks wanted the
mortgage tax law repealed they
pointed to Washington as an ex
aple of unprecedented prosperity.
Washington, not as well satisfied
with her prosperity, looked across
the river at hir more conservative
neighbor and passed the mortgage
tax law which has been tho great
"obstructor of Oregon's progress."
Strange how these things are view
ed by great men. Dispatch.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office t Oregon City. Oregon, I
Jan. an. mi. I
Notice Is hereby (riven that the following-naMci-i
aeltier has tiled notice of hie Intention to make
final proof in support of hit claim, ami that Raid
proof will be made, before the County Clerk of Linn
County, at Albany, Oregon, on March M, IHK).
m entir No. M1. for the 8. E. W of 8. W. M and
8. W.XofH. K. W. Sec. M. T. 11 8. It. 1 W.
ne names uic loiummg nmws w. in, iu
contluuounretiirience upon and cultivation of, wid
land, via: Albert, SaraKu, of Lacomb, Linn Oo
Ore. William Savage, of AMwnleen, Linn Co.,
Ore. J. E. Michael of Ahbenieen Linn Co. Ore.
E. Osborne, of Aboerdeen Linn Co, Ore.
BUD THOMPSOH, Proprietor.
Furnished Sew Throughout.
Meals at all Hours, 25 cts.
Board and Lodging by the
wcial attention paid to Com
Done at the
GOOD WORK at LOW PRICES.
Hu'W Rr you nxed for letlttr-lit-nils,
.iMl-heHcIs, envelopes, i. fe-huiids,
Ktutemeiltfi "tin t lie like? .Don't J.ilbw
the old stvln of twliitf iiiiprlnk'il sin
liouery. vi- print fvi-rvUiliiK al Nils
ntthre tind ttlttraj a rvimoiKthlH tiiiep
only. We cltiini o ll" in jnaid urk
for us liitlc jniinryiw tiny iifllce in ihe
v n TV m
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Fresh & Salted Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausage, Bo.
logna, and Ham.
fgrBacon and Laid Always on Hand.
Main Slrect, I.clnmoii, Or.
Lebanon Pianing Mill
Manufacture mid lenl In
Sashes, Doors, Blinds,
Frames, Counters, Shelving,
Scroll and Timed Work of every De
scription. Stair Banding a Specialty.
A Full Ktoots .it .limit:!) ninl Dre-wed
LuintxT tin ilw Yard,
Your Nitroiiutri Millclteil,
W. L DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE ..cm.
BM OaU Bha la the wortd lor Uw ptto,
W. L. Douglfta ahowamaoldOTarrwliaf.
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poroaaalof W. L. Duuglai 8hoe,wnloh
lauiaaaul tba baat Talna at U prtoaa aaV
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poua uw name and price Hantaan on bouoai. Look
vm H wata joa DU7.
W. L. Daatlaa, Braoktaa. IIom. Bold br
C. C Hackleman,
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$b J frJ'ES
BY TRADING WITH
Who ulwuvs wirrieH a nicely bcIwjUkI st.t)k of
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing
If you do not already give him your patronage try him,
' and you will always trade at his store.
1 d Courtney's Brick. IText Door to Bank;
Patronize Home Institutions
AM 3 NOW RUNNING IN FULL. BLAST,
: Ml New Roller Process.
Superior flour for Family and Baler's Dst
ITIouir Kxc'linn-rjred for Wheat,
A. FIRST-CLASS- CHOPPER RUN IN CONNEC
TION WITH THE MILL.
Stttisfi.etioitf Guaranteed in Every I&Hpet;t.
Beet, Wickes & Aldrich; Popr's.
Y0HN6 :-: PEOEE'S HIGH k SCHOOL
Of Lebanon and Vicinity.
First Term begins September 19th.
With a FullCorijH of Instructors-.,
Rates of Tuition are Reasonable-,
And its iMstiiwld AWnttt f the Timwj.
Faculty Will Maintain Good Disc p kne,
And IniiktionUioiiiwgh Work..
Five Courses of Stud' are Wisely Arranged,
And wili iAeet'Ewirv mt Diimiuid,
Graduates Receive Appropriate Diplomas;
Those in Teoclier' -&ui:m State Dilomiuk
For Circulars, etcjaddrs
&.A. HANDLE,, A. M.,
i 1 nave a un.mjij. crx wax ui uiwjiv, iui buib ao my
Yard, in th-e euburfctt of Lebanon, For Sale at Reasouabl'e
E'ates. All kind o masoD s
A: H. CRUSON
Paper Hanging and Graining.
, groceries, k
woik done- with neatnm and
D. W. HARDEN.