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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1893)
MAYOR ., C. H. RALSTON
KKOOKDRR F. M. MI1.LRR.
TUBAfUlUKR J. A. KORKKTR.
MAI(811AL..I'. W. MOKUAN,
J. C. I1ILYEU,
i. W. GR1ISON.
fl. M. WEBTKALI,.
Olty Council meetson the first and third
Tuesday ersmnpi of sacri month.
CITY ORDINANCE, No. SI.
An Ordinance granting jnto the Oregon
Telephone and Telegraph Couiany, and
ila assigns, the right and franchise to erect,
maintain and operate, in the -City of Leba
non, Linn Comity, Oregon, a system of
cotes, wine and necessary appliance) for
the transmission of electricity for telegraph
vnd telephone nurposea.
Thi Piorut oi tat Cm or Luasoh do
idaik is Follows:
Ab.1. That there be and then ds hereby
(tienand granted onto the Oregon Tele
phone and Telegraph Company, and Its
aaaigns,; the right and franchise to erect,
aaaintain and operate, in the city af Leba
Ben. Linn Connty, Oregon, a system of
.pole, wires and necessary appliances for
the transmission of electricity for telephone
and telegraph purposes, in, along and upon
(he following named street, and upon the
conditions and requirements hereafter aet
forth, to wit: Beginning at the Northern
tetrninus of Main street; thence along
Main Street to Rose street; thence West
Along Rose atreet to Second street; thence
South along Second street to its Southern
fefminus thereof: And, also beginning
t the Intersection of said Second and
Grant streets, and running thence East to
staid Main street, Thence along Main street
iothe local office of said Company.
&k. 2. That all such wires and conduct
en ehsll he securely strong, not lets than
iwenty-five feet shore ground upon round
gotta not lew than twenty-five feet above
ground and not less than four feet below
.ground, and securely inbedded therein, and
not less than eight inches in diameter at
flic bottom and six inches in diameter at
ttie top. Provided always, that all work
clone, either in the construction or repair
tilts system of poles and wires, shall be
done under the supervision and by the
direction of the street commissioner.
Bsc. . Thatit shsllbe lawful for said
Company or its assigns, to make all neo
esanry eicavttions in and along the route,
as herein before laid down, for Its system
of poles and wires, for the purpose of tr
eating and maintaining said system,
-fisc 4. That, whenever said Company,
r Us assigns, shsll disturb any of said
ibftfs for tbe purpose aforesaid, it or they
tkall restore the same to as good order and
condition as when before so disturbed, as
son si possible, and withont unnecessary
delay. And failing so to do, shall be
amenable to the Ordinances in such
ssatdeand provided, and in addition there
to, shall be liable to all damage occuring
by reason of such failure. ,
6ic. 6. That rothing in this Ordinance
shall be so construed as to prevent, in any
wise, the proper authorities of the said City
of Lebanon, by its properly authorized offr
cers or agents, from sewering, paving,
grading, planking, repairing or altering
any of said streets herein mentioned.
Bac.fi, That, in consideration of the
fight and franchise herein granted the City o
Lebanon, by its properly authorised officers
or agents, shall have the right to suspend
upon the poles placed by said Company or
its assigns, in the streets aforesaid, any or
all wires which it may require for fire
alarm or police or telegraph service.
Sic. 7. That the right and franchise
herein granted shall continue and be in
force for the period of ten yeais, from the
date of the approval of this Ordinance by
Sac. 8. That work shall begin and rea
sonable progress made upon the system
herein described within two months and
the same shall be completed and in opera
tion within six mouths from the approval
of this Ordinance by the Mayor.
Sao. ft. That, within thirty days after
die approval of this Ordinance by the
Mayor, the said Company or its assigns, or
authorised agent, Shall file with the Re
corder of the City of Lebanon, a written ac
ceptance of this Ordinance, together with
all of its conditions and provisions. Fail
ing so to do, this Ordinance shall be void
and of no effect.
Sac. 10. That this Ordinance shall be in
full force and effect from and after its ap
proval by the Mayor, and its written ac
ceptance as provided in Section 9 of this
Massed by tbe City Council and approv
ed by the Mayor this 12th day of July,
M. A. lliLLia, Mayor.
Attest: t. M. Mums,, :
Recorder of the City of Lebanon.
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WEISNER &JDBL, Proprs.
Fresh & Salted Beef Pork,
log na, and Ham ,
HaTBacon and Lard Alwaya on Hand.
Main Street, Lebanon, Or.
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LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed (very Wtek.l
Hay (6 perton.
Flour (1 00 nor sack.
Chop II 26 perowt. .
Bran 80o per owt.
Middlings 11 00 per owt.
Apples Dried, 8c per lb.
Plums Dried, 7o.
Beef Dressed, 4o.
Pork Dressed, 6.
Hams 1617 per lb.
Bides 16c per lb.
Goose B per doi.
Ducks 14 110 per dox.
Chickens IS 00((4 00.
Turkeys IOc per lb.
Egge 20o ner duz,
Butter 16o pr lb.
Hides Green, 23c; dry, do.
FORTBILLER ft IRY1HG,
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
CARPETS, WALL PAPER AND
Undertaknff a Specialty.
Poultry,' Hides and
Highest cash price paid for turkeys
geese, ducks and chickens at ofilce of
L.Jaoobs, Btraney and Moore'e old
stable, 4th street, Albany,
Also hides and furs of all kinds
bought for cash.
ED. C.J PHELPS,
N otary Public,
Conveyancing promptly attended to.
Business with the Land Office, Post-office,
or Pension Bureau will receive special at
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' Corner Mtin and Mlwrmnn Htneti,
LEBANON, OXIKC K
BUD THOMPSON, Proprietor.
First-Glass in all Apartments.
Special attention paid to Com
Board and Lodging, per day, (1 to
2; per week K.60 Ut0
DALCLEISH 4 EYERETT,
Furniture & Hardware,
Carpets, Wall Paper,
Window Shades, Floor tattings, 4c.
Builders' Hardware, &c, &c.
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I Scientific AntricM
For the next thirty days we will
sell our entire STOCK of Spring
and Summer Goods, including
dress goods, clothing etc. at less
than they Cost in the east. We do
this to make room for our large
We are now offering bargains
such as never heard of before.
The Prices Are So Low
That they will astoniBh you.
Be Sure and Call and See Them Before
Remember the place-In the Odd Fellows' Building
NEXT TO THE POST-OFFICE.
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