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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1893)
H. Y. KIRKPATR1CK.
Editor - and - Proprietor,
Small shipments of gold are now
vouuiig ones trom Juirope.
Hie directors of the World's
Pair linve again concluded to open
uieiHir on nunmiv.
The niunaircinont of thnnrnnnapil
midwinter fair in Sun F
have stated for the benefit of labor
ers in other states, that there is
plonty of help here already and
that home labor will be given the
1 here never was a time in the
history of the United States when
a session of congress attracted so
much attention in all parts and
nations of the world as will this
one to assemble on August 7.
.. The ExpKKsg is glad to note the
improvement that the city is mak
ing in putting in new cross-walks
in tho streets and alleys. They
are aiso requiring property owners
to fix up their sidewalks; this is a
: mucn neeaea improvement.
, . The Southern Pacific Express
company, of Kentucky, Wells Far
go & Co. of Colorado, as citizens of
otner states, has hied a bill of eq
uity in the circuit eourt ef Los An
geles to determine the ownership
of $5000 for the capture of the out
law Chris Evans. The reward for
the capture of Sontaghas been paid
but the other reward is claimed by
two sets of men.
A newspaper man is in some in
stances like other people. He res
pects his friends, appreciates a
kindness, and is always willing to
return a favor. In another res
pect he resembles his fellow men.
He will not continue to pat a man
on the back, tell what a good man
lie is, and how much he has done
for the town, and give him a free
business puff every day, when the
ma.i nut inn, mrougn personal
prejudice or otherwise, continue to
lo. in supporting the paper. In
tti?r words he stands by the man
ha aitfdtf by him. That is about
-tie way of the woriu1, and. news
- 3aper man can't be expected to be
uo much different iron) other peo
ple. Newspaper Man.
Th following clinnina is from
- an article Which recently appear
ed in the Chicago News-Record
wider the heading "Hival Fruit
States:" ,, ,-It is not entirely a con
test between California and Flori
da.. The Pacific coast states are
united against the southern penin
sula, but they also keep up a live
ly competition between them
selves. Oregon is in the thick of
it, with pears like pumpkins and
prunes almost as large as footballs.
Here are some of the signs over
the department: '"Oregon the laud
os the big red apples,' 'Peaches
174 inches in Oregon,' 'Roses bloom
every month in Oregon,"No cy
clones, blizzard" in Oregon,' Ore
gon the home of the prune,' 'Two
bites to a cherry in Oregon.' The
visitor must not linger forany time
within sound of the Oregon man's
voice or he will become convinced
that all other states are barren des
prts compared with the balmy and
prolific groves of Oregon."
Last Thursday the city marshal
sold a bay horse that had been tak
en up in the city and advertised
(with three notices stuck up) for
seven" days which only brought
$1.50. Now the city has been put
to $5 expense in the sale of this
horse and only got $1.50 out of it
betides taking some man's horse
away from him that probably
needs it badly. It was only a few
days ago since a farmer who lives
within a short distance of this
place had several horses knock
down his fence and get out, and
within a few hours the horses were
taken up by our marshal, and
when the farmer found his horses
there was a bill of $16 against them
which had to be paid before he
could get his horses. Now such
action as this will only drive peo
ple away from our city. The or
dinance should be repealed by the
council and at once at that. This
way of taking up horses and sell
ing thein as they have been sold
here by our city authorities is only
ono way of Btcaling, to say the
least of it.
There can be no doubt but what
the bankers of this country wiBh to
bring about a system of finances os
near mat ot England as possible.
Bv SO duilisr. thnv nniiM mnrlilv
Control the nation. fhft aiimn na a
done by the Bank of England. Of
course in time, the power would be
concentrated in the hands ot a tew
large corporations and small banks
wouia nave to go out oi existonce.
That would be the result were
banker Clew's idea carried into
Elder 8, 8. Heaver, of MoAlllater-
vllle, Juiilatta Co', Pa., says his m Ife
is lubleet to cramo In the stemaeh
Last summer she tried Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reined v
for It, and was much pleased with the
speedy relief It afforded. She has
since used it whenever necessary and
round that it never fulls. For sale by
oi. A. miner druggist.
Best Shaves, Hair Cut or Shampoo at
NEXT DOOR TO ST. CHARLES
Children Kindly Treated.
Ladies Hair Dressing a Specialty
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
E. W. Hadley, Reoelvar.
Direct Line Quick Dispatch
Low Freight Kates.
Between Willamette Valley Points
and San Francisco.
Ocean Steamer Sailings.
8. B. WILLAMETTE VALLEY.
- Leaves Ban Kranctsco, March 14 and 24.
' Ysquina, " J and 2. '
This Company reserves the rigflitiochaiipe
sailing dates without notice.
Steamer "HoaK" leaves Portland, Wednes
day anil Saturday at i.i A. M.
II. C. Day. (fen. Aft.
Salmon Hi. Wharf. Portland.
1). H. Yaifoiik, Oen, Apr't.
Son Francisco, Cai.
C. C. Hooue, U. F. 4 P. A..
W. L DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE M.
BMt Call bum la tte world tor th prto
W. t. Douglas iboMaia sold wrywbara.
Brerybody should mwa them. It U a duty
Ton m Toanall Is get the Dot Tain lor
your money. Economic In yoarlootwwr by
puiobMins w. L. Douglas 8hoes,wiuoti
Mprwsnt tba bait value at Ua pilous ad
vaiUMd atxm aa tbousaiuM can UatUy.
-Tke No gnbitltnta. Jtt
Bsvrare f frainl. Hon UMiulne wlltoot W. L.
Douglas name sod price stamped on bottom. Look
tor It when you L1117.
W. L. Dautlaa, Mrooktan, Mass. Sold by
C. C Hacklernan,
Wflf 4 -i
Done at the
GOOD WORK at LOW PRICES.
Lebanon Planing Mill
Manufaotumtand deals in1
Sashes, Doors, Blinds,
Frames, Counters, Shelving,
Scroll and Turned Work of every De
Stair Building a Specialty.
A Full Stock nt RiiukIi and Dressed
Lumber on tlieYard.
Your pntrniiuge solicited.
WILSON A CHASE.
't-B tan Ell -j
IPP f i I
li ta:t il 2
O III iE
UY TRAMNCI WITH
Who always carries a nicely selected stock of
Clothing, Gents5 Furnishng
go ods, groeries, &.
If you do not already give him yur patronage fry him,
and you will always tradbat his store.
In Courtney's Brick. Next Boor to Bank.
Patronize Hcime Institutions.
ARE SOW RUNNI5G IN FtTLL BLAST.
Full New Roller Process.
Superior Flour for Family and Bakerrs Dse.
FlourEx(hang;ed for Wheat,
A FIRST-CLASS CHOPPER RUN IN CONNEC-
, TION WITH THE MILL.
Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every Respect.
Wickes & Aldrich Popr'fe.
T0UH6 :: PEOPLE'S
Of Lebanon and Vicinity.
First Term begins September 19th.
With a Full Corps of Instructors.
Rates of Tuition are Reasonable,
And itB Miithodg Abreunt of the lUmes.
Faculty Will Maintain Good Dlsciplne,
And Insist on Thorough Week.,
Five Courses of Study are Wisely Arranged,.
And will Meet livary Just Demand.
Graduates Receive Appropriate; Diplomas;
Those in Teacher's CourHe, Htate Diplomas.
For Circulars, etc., address
S. A. RAN DUE",, A. M.,
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I have a LARGE STOCK of BRICK, for sale at my
Yard, in the suburbs of Lebanon, For Sale at Reasonable
Rales. All kind of mason's woik done with neatness and
dtpath. D. W. HARDEN.
A. H. CRUSON
:-: HIGH :-: SCHOOL
AND (i GAINING.