The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, June 30, 1893, Image 4

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    Lebanon Express
H. Y. K1RKPATRICK,
Editor
$500 REWARD-
Tba 8. P. Co. often reward of five
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and - Proprietor. du.-"" "r"'"rw.,t ...
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- nupiyMu miirtally wounded Janie T.
Bruce, a hran " passenger '""'
So. J at Gold Run, Placer Co., Cl.
alwut2 A.M.,JnwSi. (Several tramps
were on lift of one of I forward care
of lite irxin. Brakeraan atwmpled to
ml tlieni off when one of them shot
hioi and all the tramps at once fled to
the hills. It toeing night the only
description Mr. Bruce can gii that
the man who that him wan tad, had
dark mustache, dark alouen hat, and
carried a amall bundle. It totboajght
the wan has fled North. Advise ail
ahtrifi's aud other official in ' ;osr
towns and give cop; to press.
J. A. Fillmore.
A valley exchange has figured nut
he fallowing good news: "A prolonged
drouth o over 1(10 days duration lias
prevailed in England, France, and
Germany, and even if rain cornea
vast tiauinge will have been done to
the cr.iK of those countries, juiti"!
aott g "l prices may be expected for
the wheat, hops and cattle of our far
stent and producers, consequently an
aster tnmiey market. This make a
cheerful ontlonk for the financial out
look next fall.
Failing to have the gates of the
Wurld'n fair closed on Sunday a
number of the enthusiastic Sabba
tarians have concluded to cover up
their exhibits on that day. is not
this a little inconsistent? or are
their exhibits of such a deinoraliz -ing
nature that Sunday would he
desecrated by them? If elevating
sad Christianizing in chtracter
they should be glad of the oppor
tunity of having their influence ex
tended at all times. Discussion
oyer, the Sunday opening question
l.tm brought to the surface mme
peculiar traits of character. Ex.
' - Tears ago. during the Indian war,
Sake Appersou, then a soldier, wa sta
tioned in the Blue mountains and
wJkile there prospected a canyon and
in ten paufuU of dirt washed ou? (60.
Soon after Ibis the command was
moved aud since that time be baa nev
er, been near that section of country.
The other day Dr. Young and Mr. Ap
Twrson concluded to see if they could
find the spot and accordingly made
irattgeuients for a trip over the Cas
cades by wagon. This morning they
started and will be gone some three or
four weeks. Hix dollars a pan is rich
eii-High dirt to satisfy the average Yam-
biller and as the times are hard all the
friends of the gentlemen wish them
sneers. McUinnville Telephone Reg
ister.
FOETIILLER ft ISYIIG,
DEALERS IX
EL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
CARPETS, WALL PAPER AKD
PICTURE FRAMES.
Undertaknj? a Specialty.
ALBANY. OREGON
St Charles Hotel,
4 Oonwr Main and BberBu Streets,
LEBANON, , OHECCK
r
Have Your
Job Printing
Done at the
Express Office.
BCD TB0IPS0I, Proprietor.
First-Class in all Apartments.
Special attention paid to Com
mercial men.
Board and Lodging, per day, $1 to
12; per week 4.50 to 6
The Yaquina Route.
A ul paper gets after them this I
"-JS-: There are several t:Dinese
oVetois" practicing lu Salem who
sjbould be deported, put into the pen
itentiary, or in some other way pre
vented from continuing their profess
ional careen. They know no more
about tie disease they jprofeas to cure
kH Booden-headed Damn idoL and
yet they are allowed to go ahead un
molested, swindling the ignorant ana i
gullible. One of these pigtailed "doc
tors" meutly treated a growth in bis
white patient's now by giving the
patient some hitter and burning stuB
taternaliy decoction that, if not
positively injurious, would certainly
(lave no effect toward removing the
gjnwtb. These Mongolian frauds lake
suichmoney from the their "patients"
said make some of them believe they
are cured when their "medicines"
have no effect whatever. In some
aoun'ry izhhorboNls it is quite tlie
m-c . l Chese Chiuese d.M'Uirs in
fcaleni. Hasn't OregiHi a stale medi
cal board. If so, what is it good for.
- The officers of the Lane C-uufy
.Bank, of Eugene, recently sus
pended, yesterday published a
Statement' showing the following:
loans and discounts, ll'i.OUU;
teal estate and mortgage, estimat
ed. $ltU000; miscellaneous $10,
SG0; total 225,000. Liabilities:
due depositors, time certificates,
and bills payable, S5,000. They
Say: "We have ample loans to
fjay all of out depositors in full,
besides other means, but to force
eolieutiuii on these loans by pro
cess of law at this time would
cause a panic at home and bank
rupt, seriously damage or ruin
bi ndreds of good men and create
great losses to at, and cause much
longer delay through legal process
than by private and individual
efforts. Hence rather than brine
this calamaity on those owing us,
we preferred to close our bank and
tear the harsh reflections that
may be made believing that in
the end you will all justify us in
-tl.in oniiriu, Knnwiner all our
claims and being familiar with the
CaBdition of our many customers
we propose to collect as fast as
possible without expense to any
one, our loans and apply the same
10 the satislaction 01 claimants.
By request a cominitte of citizens
examined into the condition of the
ether two banks and publish a
statement showing them to be safe
financially. '
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
. E. W. Hadley, Receiver.
Direct Line Quick Dispatch
Low Freight Kates.
Between Willamette Valley Points
aud ban f rancisco.
Ocean Steamer SaUingt.
8. S. WILLAMETTE VALLEY.
Leaves gati Krancisco. Marcn 14 and M.
Ywiuiua, "18 and S.
Tliis Conntanv resenres the rietit torhn
sailii'jf dates withoul notice.
GOOD WORK at LOI PRICES.
RIVER STEAMERS.
Hieame "Hose" leaves Portland, Wednes
day and Saturday at 6 A. M.
II. I'
0t. Oen. At,
balmon tn. Vt hart, Portland.
II. U. Yacsux, (Jen. Ae't.
ban Francisco, Cal.
C C. Hooce, 0. F. 4 P. A..
Corrallis. Orejtou.
Lebanon Planing 1111
Uanufaetures and deals iu
Sashes, Doors, Blind's,
Frames, Counters, Shelving',
Scroll int Tetei fork tf nerj De
scription.
Stair Bafiiing t Specialty.
A Full Bus. "I Kougb and Drweed
Lumls-r on the Yard.
Your patronage solicited,
WILSON 4 CHASE.
ENJAMIN
R0S.
mf SAVE
WCJ MONEY
HY.TRA DISCI WITH
S. P. BACH
Who always carries a nicely selwled stock of
Clothing, Gents' Furnishng
goods, groeries, &.
If you do wi alreadj give him yeur patronage try him,
and you will always trade at his store.
In Courtney's Brat Kext Door to Bask.
Patronize Home Institutions.
Champion Mills
ARE NOW RUNNING IN TITLL BLAST.
Full New Roller Process.
Superior Flour for Family and Baker's Dse.
Flour Eachnngred fr WinJet.
A FIRST-CLASS CHOPPER RUN IN CONNEC
TION WITH THE MILL.
Satisfaction Guaranteed iu Every Respect,
0OITE US A TTtlIC
Wickes & Aldrichv Poprs.
1851
Santiam Academy
1893.
Have just received a Large and Well-Selected Stock of
Dress. Goods, Linens,
Table Linens, Laces,
Boots, Shoes,
Embroideries,
Clothing, Underwear,
And other goods, direct from tht East, and
Their Prices Are So Low
That they will astonish you.
Be Sure and Call and See Them Before
Buying Elsewhere. .
Cot ntry Produce Taken at Highest Market Price,
Rememlwr the place-In the Odd Fellows' Building
MKXT TO TIIK POWT-OI-'KICl
LEBANON, - - -... - ' - OREGON.
IS THE-
TOOK :-: PEOPLE'S :-: HIGH :-: SCHOOL
Of Lebanon and Vicinity.
IT
First Term begins September 19th.
With Full Corps of lustra-tors.
. ITS
Rates of Tuition are Reasonable
And its-MethodB Abreast of th Times.
Faculty Will Maintain GoocE Discipline,
And insist on i&iriugn nou.
ITS-
Five Course of Study are Wisely Arranged,
AiuU will Meet hviirv Just Damand.
its:
Graduates. Receive Appropriate Diplemas;
Those a Teaclier' Course, 8tat Diplomat
For Circularsvete., addres-
S. A. RANDLE, A. M.,
Principal.
BRIC
I have a LARGE STOCK of BRICK, for sale at in;
Yard, in the snburhs of Lebanon, For Sale at Reasonable
Rates. All kind of mason's woik done with neatness and
despatch. D. W. HARDEN.
A. H. CRUSON
tern.
Paper Hanging and Gsaikino.
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