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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1893)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK,
Editor - and - Proprietor.
Mr. Cleveland has called a spec
ial session of Congress to meet
Henry Villsrd hss resigned as
P'-mident of the board of disectors
of'the Northern Pacific, and the
chair has been abolichsd. Here
ftw the presidrnt of the company
will act as chairman of the board.
In Los Angeles, California seven
Hnks were forced to suspend in a
iCv daya and four in San Diego
ripsed " their doors. The trouble
was mused by withdrawl of de
John A. Batrum, who has gone
cvroiind the world from Akron,
Ojjin, walking whenever possible,
wore out twenty-seven pairs ot
hoe in his 2 year jaunt, besides
snndala, which he used in the East.
The only apparent difference
1 it t wciii gambling as it is now run
in Chicago and gambling in the
wild we?t is that out there the
Crangerhasto find his way into
lie dens, while here the concerns
courteously furnish guides and
'plug55ers" to escort him in.
An exchange says: "If all the
silver mines and smelters shut
down it looks as though silver
might come up again. However,
a silver dollar, if it is only worth
5Jr cents, will purchase just as
muoh as a gold dollar. The most
serious trouble seems to be to get
hold of them.
The death of Cs.pt. George Fla
T'i f Astoria, removes another
old pioneer and one ofthe founders
oftlif.t place. Capt. Flavcl wns
Known throughout the state
!.! his death will be regretted by
his numerous friends. He wa
the wealthiest man in Clatsop
tour ty. which be made by hard
. ij'iri and industry.
TV, jaayor of Chicago wants to
"build a new ffater crib and island
on stakes seven miles in Lake
Michigan to get a fresh walef sliry
ply and to provide recreation
(rounds for the people. The water
idea is a good one: bit as Chicago
i&liw acres of prairie ground
in lis iuiit, the recrsation ground
nwwiity is not apparant.
The president has appointed
E 'lien; A. Miller, of Jacksonville,
Or2 n, register of the land office
t Oregon City. The present reg
of the Oregon City land
5ws is Captain T. J. Apperson
jshooe time will not expire until
nry 9, 1394. Mr. Miller is the
man who withdrew from the demo
c --! .'tral ticket last Novem
Iwr, to give the electoral vote of
).'g n to the people's party.
Anacortes, Washington, is a fair
Ample of booming a town without
a foundation, and it ilso show?
bow money has been locked up the
pest few years and withdrawn
from circulation. A great many
fine buildings have been erected
here, and now not more than one
f jurfh of them are unoccupied.
Mrs. Lease, of Kansas, who
marched through Georgia with
(ienoral Weaver last fall, hsa a
fcuBiiand. although he is not much
in rvi.lence. He keeps a drug
sUire, and is quote! as sayine,
3urnfully: ':'It' all right for
i! v wife to be going around mak-
i;,2 speeches, but the drugstore,
just the same, that keeps things
Tiie Salem Independent aays: Wm,
Ciillra. one of the directors of the
l.inu County National Bank, was in
tlie city yesterday and aays they ei-
utcts to commence buniuess again.
Arrangements to that effect are now
sending and it is expected to be but a
jwttterofafew daya until things are
cunuitg alone as smoothly as ever.
He mys that the flurry in A Ibany him
settled down and that confidence
atun to be tentored. A. Busb, of
Hi.l'-rn, and Mr. Ladd, of I'ortlund,
ill meet with the Albany directors
and Mr. Jennings, the bank Inspector,
jmtl if satinfactory arrangements can
( t uisuk- liic bank will open.
The 8. f. Co. often a reward of five
hundred dollars for the arrmt aim con
viction nf the man who shot and aa
supposed mortally wounded James T.
Bruee, a brakeinan on passenger train
No. S at Gold Run, Placer 'Co,, Cat.
about S A.M., June 28. Several tramps
were on top of one of the forward can
of the train. Brefeeruan attempted to
get them off when one of them shot
him and all the tramps at once fled to
the bills. It being night the only
description Mr. Bruce can give b that
the man who shot him was tall, had
dark mustache, dark slouch hat, and
aarrwd a small bundle. It is thought
the man has fled North. Advise all
herlfla and other cifflulaU in your
towns and give sopy to press.
J. A. Fillmore.
FORTBILLES t IEVIIG,
ALL KINDS OF FUMfflJRE,
CARPETS, WALL PAPER AND
Undertakng a Specialty.
' ALBANY, OREGON
St. Charles Hotel,
Guraar ll&ln and Hhenau Btneta,
BOD THOIPSQH, Proprietor.
First-Glass in all Apartments.
peelal attention paid to Com
meivialmen. Board and Lndi,'iiie, per duy, $1 to
42; pur weeL f4.if hi tn
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
E. W. Hartley, Receiver,
Direct Line Quick Dispatch
Low Freight RateB.
Between Willamette Valley Point
and San Francisco, v.
Ocean, Steamer Sailing.
B. S. WILLAMETTE VALLKY.
Leave 6an Eranciiwo, March 14 and 31
" Yotmiua, ' 19aiid3H.
Tliin Comiwny reserves the right tochange
aailme- dates witbout notice.
Bteamer "Hoflg" leam Portland, Wedna.
day mid Satuniay at 6 A. at.
1!. C. Pat. Gen. Aic't,
taln.mi St. Wharf. Portland.
0. i:. Vahuhk, (ten. Ap't.
i'u :. Huuce, li. F. 4 P. A..
7. L DOUCLAS
S3 SHOE oTUp.
Bast (MM Sboa tn tlicwOTM tor tjajiM
W. L. Douelaa rtwuamtiattaiiiittw.
BntTbodv aitonld tbraL It to a doty
jm am yoaisaU to nt lb Iwat ralo tot
voarnon?. iioottomiw tc yonr tootwoftt by
ptnatauiaa W. L. DouglBSShoee,waki
wnawaaiHww wtwHMimw oaa wa
Jftr Take M Sotiatltiita, Jsg
Biiwanaf frans. Vm pntntoa wltbmtt W. U
Sur U wtkcn ywi boy.
C. C Hackleman,
Done at the
GOOD WORK at LOW PRICES.
Lebmon Planing HiU
Maanfacturea and dealt lu
Sashes. Doors, Blinds,
Framee, Counters, Shelving,
ScrJ mi Turned fork ttf eierj D-
Stair Building I Specialty.
A Full Btoek nl Btiuish and Dn-we
Lunlier on the Yard.
Your patronage solicited.
WILSON & CHASE.
-ft.' .... ' -.. -imjm-.
- 1:? .hlk-M
-aS eD " '
laV . R i- -t -
BY TRADING WITH
S. P. EACH
Who always ramus a nicely sulocLud stoiik of
goods, groeries, &
If you do not already give liirn your patronage try him,
and you will always trade at his store.
In Courtney's Brick. Next Door to Bank.
Patronize Home Institutions.
ARE NOW RUNNING IN FULL BLAST.
Full New Roller Process.
Superior Flour for Family and Baker's Use.
Flour ICxlianja:el ibr "Wheat.
A FIRST-CLASS CHOPPER RUN IN CONNEC
TION WITH THE MILL.
Satisfaction (Hiaruntwd in Ev rv UcHpect.
Scorns ITS A. TlJI.VT.
Wickes & Aldrich, Popr's.
. IS THE
YODHG :-: PEOPLE'S :-: HIGH :-: SCHOO.
Of Lebanon and Vicinity.
First Term begins September 19th.
With a Full Corps uf Instructors
Rates of Tuition are Reasonable,
And its Mothods Atircast of the Times.
Faculty Will Maintain Cood Disciplne,
And Insist on Thorough Work.
Five Courses of Study are Wisely Arranged,
And will Meet tvory J tint Demand.
Graduates Receive Appropriate Diplomas;
TimM" in Toucher's Court, Wute Diplomas.
For Circulars, etc., address
S. A. HANDLE, A. ML,
I have a L UUiY, STOCK of ! I'-UK, for sale at my
Yard, in the buIuhIm! of I.x.'Ianon, For .f-'ale at Reasonable
Rates. All kind of mason's woik (J-;ii! willi neatness and
despatch. r. Vv. HARDEN.
A. H. CRUSON
'afie Hangisg akd Graining.