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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1893)
H. Y. KIRKPATR1CK,
3iltor - and - Proprietor,
Six reporters are laid up in Par
isian hospitals as the result of too
Close contact with the mob in the
(recent troubles in the French capi
Oregon is getting mighty bare of
bopH ot the loaz crop. The new
nick will have a clear field, and we
hope to see good prioes realized.
"How is it with you?" asked
the editor , of a subscriber who was
dying in arrears. "All looks
hrjglit before me," gasped the sub
scriber. "I thought so," observed
the editor, "in about ten minutes
you'll see the blaze."
The keepers of the gambling
indices at the popular Eastern
benches are complaining of a very
dull business. ' This is a consoling
feature of the quiet times.
A meeting in progress at the
colored church in the Fielding
Barnes neighborhood in Platte
county, Mo., was broken up by the
appearance of a ghost. A murder
was committed in the vicinity last
John C. Pelton, the first super
intendent of public schools in ban
Francisco, in his old age, finds him
self surrounded by poverty. A
number of leading citizens of that
city are raising funds sufficient to
support him in his declining years.
This is a worth object.
Some men's success is founded
on a shock, which they receive
when they begin to comprehend
how scrub stock or methods have
nearly ruined them. The winds
v. of adversity have tp blow hard
enough to nearly knock the home
down before the owner will put up
the right sails to utilize the wind.
Kiiral Sew Yorker.
- IMiiMgeiienillybeeu8Utti-dtli.it the
1WI telephone patent expired In
'ufh, but an exchange sayn: The
fruVfli, overing broadly telephone
;iweiver ybkh i held by the Bell
Telephone Company, xPireB J''r.v
:S0..1SM., Until the expiration of.thl8
.PLK-ntlue manufacturer or tuevb! an
Sieotrie sji'UlKhig telephone of any
jinn tical usefuIiH becomes liable to
prosecution from this monster monop
oly. ; :
An exchange pertinently re
marks: "The reform Bchool, four
miles out of Salem, is to be enlarg
ed and its capacity doubled. -Wonder
it any of the Salem people will
enjoin this work. It is as much in
violation of the constitution as the
erection of the Soldier's Home at
Eoseburg. The constitution says
these institutions must be located
a' ?-;- -i four miles out or
one mile out is no more Salem than
one hundred miles would be."
Question: Cannot you put a
a piece in The Sun that will stop
tiu everlasting and tiresome talk
ofovervbodv about the weather?
Answer: We do not desire to put
a ,to to this talk. The weather
i a thing of abiding and practical
interest to the whole people. It
nflect the health, the businecs, the
crops, the industry, the prosperity,
rmil the pleasure of ftie country.
The "tate of it is important to ev
erybody. People will continue
forever to talk about it. It is a
theme of the first importance and
interest. N. Y. Sun.
During these progressive days the
Siidians seemed to have absorbed more
or lets the true spirit of the age, and
are making remarkable strides along
(lie pethway of edu-iilion. The pro
ficiency that Is being made among the
ludiun pupils at Chemawa is a matter
of general comment, and now comes
a Pendleton exchange and says:
Havina, a bright and Intelligent -Indian
girl, the daughter of Cash Cash,
llie venerable ex-judge of the Uma
tlllas, came home Monday from Pen
nsylvania, where she has been pupil
for over a year at an Institution where
Indian pupils are educated. 8aviua,
who U 16 years old, speaks the Eng
lish language Intently, reads and
writes with ease, and possesses other
aUalmnenta that many white girls
envy. Upou her arrival she was taken
out to her borne by Ed Bristow. Fall
' ing health compelled her to abandon
luf studies. , f
Hervlces at the Jiuptiat church every
Mmotiy. Kiuiflay scikmiI id a. in
I'mtcliiiiK 11 a. ni. and 6 n. m. Y. ',
U.' Junior S-.1U p. in. Y. P. U. 7 p., in.
rrayer mtwmiK ueaiieMiuv s p. in.
Everybody Is cordially Invited totlow
services. u. k. IjaMak. tumor,
Albany Steam Laundry
RICHARDS ft PHILLIPS, Proprs,
All Orders Receive Promt
Special Rates for
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
Ft. S. ROBERTS, Agent,
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
, E. W. Hadley, Receiver,
Direct Line Quick Dispatch
Low Freight Rates.
Between Willamette Vallov Points
and San Francisco.
Ocean Steamer Sailings.
8. 8. WILLAMETTE VAM.KY.
Xwive Han Krancisco. March 14 anil 'ii.
" - YuuliiiiH, " 10 and 28.
This Company reserves the right, to change
sniii:.p ihit wiihout notice.
. RIVER HTKAMKRB.
Steamer "Iloaij" leaves Portland, WetlneK
tiiv and Saturday at li A. 51.
H. C. DaV. (ieil. Ag t,
Salmon St. Wharf, Portland.
D. R. Vai ohs, Oeu. Ag't,
, Ban Francisco, Col.
C. 0. Hogd, O. F. 1. A..
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
ljin'1 Office Oregon city. Orejwn, I
Jan. a, 1IMJ.
Kt,tiff u Imn't.v riYrn that the loll.twiHK-ilttmed
pettier ha Med notice' of his intention to make
tfiwl pn.o'in Mtoporl of hih claim, and thatwilil
pmoftt iU U-mwIu before thu Clerk of Lino County,
at Albany, OreK-m, on March 17, 1W3, vU:
. JAHI'EK D. HOI.FE,
Pre. I) S No HW.forthoW.KofS.W.K.N.E.
y. of k. w. ,. n. w. y, am. t. Si. sec. w, t. n o.,
K. 1 K.
He naraeslhe Mlmrimj iriyieaM to prove hl
conliauoo- n-vMItnee ution aooeunivauatioiwiio,
Jaiiil.Yll: WullaaiJ. Muniali, wruitno ricaeiih
Aolinr stitt. ami John llinehart, all of Sweet
1-iatie. J.j-01 (., Ores'-o.
. , J. T. AWEItW.N',
7. L. DOUGLAS
BeMOaU aixM in the world tor the prtoe.
IV. L. DnuulaflBboMar0Boiavrybf.
BrwrlwlT aoould wm im I daT
jon owe ronnU to r tS bat nloa lor
our noiWT. Boonomls In your tootwaar by
purohutng W. L. Douglaa Bhoes.wluob
tanramt tba Dot lu at In vrloa 4-
mUHdauora. a tnauMnaa oan taauiy.
W Take Mo SnbitltoU. t
flu(MaJ. Wmu, ffMinlDB WltbOBt W.L.
PoUKlMnamewiO prtaafUmad ca botuau. Look
lar K woaa rou uuj.
C. C Hackleman,
t&0 evicts rask ii. run
Done at the
GOOD WORK at LOW PRICES.
Lebanon Planing Mill
Manufactures and deals 111
Sashes, Doors, Blinds;
Frames, Counters, Shelving,
Scroll and Turned Work of every De
Stair Building . Specialty.
A Full Stock of Hough and Dressed
Lumber on the Yard.
Your pnlronsjro solicited.
, WILSON & CHASE.
'I 'J if If
- Wt , ,aaia"gi?
BY TRADING WITH
S. P. BACH
Who uIwavr ciirriuH a nicely t'Itclu(l Block of
Clothing. Gents5 Furnishng
11 a. M.
goods, groeries, &.
If you do not aliwly pivo Viim your itroiiage try him,
and yim will always trade at his store-.
In Courtney's Brick. Rext Daor to Bant
Patrorwze Home finstitutions.
A TIE NOW lirXNINU IN" Fl' LFJ'.LAsJT.
Full New Roller Process;
Superior Flour for Family and Baler's Use.
Flour lCxc'SiaiiRfod for 'Wlin,t,
A FIRST-CLASS CHOPPER RUN IN CONNEC
TION WITH THE MILL.
Satisfapti'iii (.itmruiiti'tid in E.wry Ilosjioct.
Wickes & Aldrich, Popr's.
YOUNG :-: PEOPLE'S :-: "HIGH :-: SCHOOL
Of Lebanon and Vicinity.
First Term begins September 19th.
Witii a Full Corps of Instructorf..
Rates of Tuition are Reasonable,
And iln Methods Alircatit (if the TiuiUH.
Faculty Will Maintain Good Dfcciplne,
Ami liittint on Tlmruugh Work.
Five Coursas of Study are Wisely Arranged,
iViitl will Meet Kvtirv Jtmt )tiincui(l
' IT .
Graduates Receive Appropriate Diplomas;:
Tlitfst' in Ti'itdior'a Coursu, Httttm UiptomM.
For Circulars, etc., address
S. A. RANDLE, A. M
I have a LARGE -STOCK of WrilCK, for al at my
Yard, in tlio stilmi'liK of L'liniton, Far Sale at Reasonable
Rates. All kind of uiitsoii's woik dniia with neatness and
despatch. V. HARDEN.
A. H. CRUSON
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