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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1893)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK.
Kdjtor - and - Proprietor.
City Official Paper.
Maine has ten living ex-Governors.
New York spent $37,000 in en
tertaining the Duke of Veragua.
Secretary Lamont will refuse to
reopen cases deoided by his predecessor.
Changes in about eighty Inter
nol Revenue Collectorships are
Arthur Day of Fayette, Texas,
ha? been presented with twins by
Mrs. Day for the fourth time in six
years. . ...
- The United States battle-ship
Massachusetts will be .launched
from Cranip'B ship-yard on Satur
Fifty villiages in Galica and
Gulconia have been partly des
troyed by floods. Hundreds of
aores have been devasted.
The National convention of
Furniture - Manufacturers at St.
Louis adopted resolutions favoring
free trade with Canada.
A carload of steers, stolen from a
Texas or Indian Territory ranch,
were discovered on the market at
Mrs. Jennie Northern of Prince
tun, Ky., died a few davs ago from
on attack of measele. She was one
hundred and ten years old, and
"leave? 11 daughter who is ninety
Late reports from South Dakota
and Nebraska state that cholera
lias wiped out whole herds of hogs
ami that the scarcity will he great
er than it was a y?ar ago.
The excitement in Washington
-over the collapsed building Hid one
good turn. It shut off the Oregon
inn imrrespondcnt'B cock-and-bull
sfai-fl!; for one day. Telegram.
If half this talk materializes
about prominent statesmen visit
ing ihe const, this section will be
grentlv surprised but abundantly
pleased. There is a hearty wel
come for them all.
Eulalie visited the fair "junt
like. Americans." There were no
fuss and feathers about her day's
visit. It is a safe conclusion that
it was the happiest day she has
spent, in the United States. ,
Telegraphic reports have an
nouncstt that Hon. T.J. Black, of
this county, has been appointed
: CiiU-.i."- Customs for the port
of Portland: This appointment
will give general satisfaction all
over the state. The Express is
glad to make such a report. Mr.
Jila is the right man in the
Jut in proportion as journal
ism adheres to the sound princi
ple of narating accurately the
facts, it will prosper .in the esteem
. and confidence of readers. Brook
lyn Eagle. Perfectly true; hut
the old formula is briefer and
more expressive: "Thou shalt not
bear false witness against thy
neighbor." X. Y. Sun.
The suggestion that the name
of the bird hitherto called the
Mongolian pheasant be changed
to the Denny pheasant should
commend itself t the people of
Oregon, says the Oregonian. Ta
coma will probably object and say
it ought to be called the Tacoma
pheasant. That city has a monop
oly on renaming everything in
si giit. Seattle Press-Times.
Reports from several cities of
Asiatic Turkey says that cholera
has appeared in many districts
and is spreading rapidly. Along
the lower Tigris and Shat-el-Arab
rivers the people are dying by the
, thousands. Whole villiages are
deserted by those fleeing from
the pest. The panic has become
so general that few families wait to
hurv their dead or even to care for
their sick, but flee to adjoining
towns to escape infection,
BLACK IS THE MAN.
Lust Tuesday President Cle-ve-lani
appointed Hon. T. J. JMck,
of Halsey, as Collector of Customs
for Portland. Dan 11. -Murphy as
U. S. Atty for Oregon, and H. C.
Grady as U. S. Marshal for Ore
gon. The President could not
have appointed a more suitable
man than Black to fill the position
and his many friends in and
around Lebanon were glad to hear
of his appointment.
The Cresent Citv Athletic Clnh
at New Orleans, proposes hereafter
to have monthly slugging contests,
with an admission fee small enough
for the geneeal public, the profits
to be divided with the management
and sluggers. ;
The collection of Washington
relics at Mt. Vernon has been en
riched by several gifts., The addi
tions include two siWer lamps and
Indian vase, once owned by Wash
ington, and a valuable collection
Why don't Oregon send some of
her strawberries back to the
World's Fair at Chicago. Some
of these berries would open the
eyes of Eastern people if they
coulp see them.
Sontag and Evans, the two train
robbors and desperadoes, of Culif.,
have at last been captured and
are now in jail. Both are badly
wounded, and Sontag is considered
as being fatal.
The rains this week will make
thousands of bushels of grain in
the yalley. All ot the farmers aro
now wearing broad smiles.
The new Postmaster at Dundee,
Mit h., among his other qualifica
tions, lias a moustache 'M inches
from tip to tip.
There are more bank failures in
the United Bides at present than
was ever known velure.
Greece has only ll,0UO paupers.
The Yaquina Route.
OKEGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
E. W. Hadley, Receiver,
Direct Line Quick Dispatch
Low Freight Kates.
Between Willamette Valley Points
and San Francisco.
Quean, Steamer Sailings,
; 8. 8. WiU.AUKTTB V ALLOT.
leaves Han I'raneisco, March H and 24.
' Ymiuiiia, " IS unit IS.
" Titb Conn-aiiy reserves the rijllittoclianKe
s:iill!iir dates nithmit notice.
Ki Villi STKAJIKIiS. .
Steiniier 'H,wk'' leaves Ptrrtlitliil, Wellieft
iluy uuu Sillunlay at 6 A, M.
It. I'. Day Oen. Ac't,
Hainan. Wharf, rvtland.
1). It. Vawiih. lien. Ag't.
Sal KriHicisfo, Cat.
I.'. '. Una"!, (i. F. .t I'. A..
XL L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE &W
Bast Calf Bboa to the world for tbe price.
W. L. Douglas aboeaare aold nvarywbore.
Eervbodv should wear Uiem. it Is a dntr
yaa owe youilt to got the beit vnlae for
your money, tAwcomite mytui loomoui aj
purobaalcc W. L. DouiiiaeShoes.wMch
reprntwnt tke best valuo at the prioo ed
vettlaed above tboutwndm can teaUty,
Take No Substitute, dMr"
Bware of frnod. Nne Rwnaftie without W. k
DwigliiH nauMt and iiea luuuped oa botuxu, ioak
toe ft wiia you buy.
C. C .Hackleman,
Done at the
GOOD WORK at LOW PRICES.
S. ?. BAC.'I
Who always carries a nicety seluctoil sU'fk of
Clothing. Gents Furnislmg
go ods5 groeries, &.
If you do not already give him your patronage try him,
and vim will always tv&do at his store.
In Courtney's Brick. Next Door to Bank.
Patronize Home Institutions.
ARE NOW RUNNING IN ITLL BLAST...
Full New Roller Process.
Superior Ftor fcr Family and Baker's Dse.
. Flour ' Uau'luuijarod Whffit.
A FIRST-CLASS CHOPPER RUN IN CONNEC
TION WITH THE MILL.
Satisfaction Uuaratittwd in Kvt-ry Itt-Kjiect.
SriiA-'.i-: ijk a rrjiiA.L.ja:
Wickes & Aldrich, Popr's.
Lebanon Planing Mill
Manufact ured and deals iu
Sashes, Doors, Blinds,
Frames, Coui iters, Shelving,
Scroll and Turned fork of every De
scription. Stair Building t Specialty. .
A full Slock ot Rutuji'i and Dressed
Lumber on the Yard.
Your patronage noi'lclted,
WILSON & CHASE.
Poultry, Hides and
Hlgheat cash price paid for tiu'knya
geeai!, iluckn ana cblckvna atollloe of
li.Jueolw. Htraney and Moore'e old
stalile. 4tli alreet, Allmny.
Also liltlea uiul mm of all kinds
. K6k ZSsiiMi
YODNG :-: PEOPLE'S :-: HIGH :-: SCHOOL
Of Lebanon and Vicinity.
First Term begins September 19th.
With a Full Corps of Instructor.
Rates of Tuition are Reasonable,
And its Mnthods Ahreiist of the Tiitieg.
Faculty Will Maintain Good Disc;r.lne,
And InsiHt on Thorough Work.
Five Courses of Study are Wisely Arranged,
And will Meet Every JuMt Demand.
Graduates Receive Appropriate Diplomas;
Those in Tvuuliar'8 Courau, ritnu- Diplnniae,
For Circulars, etc., luldros
S. A. RANDLE, A. M.f
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I have a LARGE STOCK of MUCK, for .sale at my
Yard, in the ntiliin'1.8 of J,cbanoii, For Sale at Reasonable
Ralon. All kind of lnasi-ii's wot k dorm with neatness and
d.patch. '.D. W, HARDEN.
A. H. CHUSON
Pare Jimn 'H i;aiking.