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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1893)
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C. A7.AI1K, Ucc,
SossorVsT's.-Meat toCA. . Hall.
Or., ery Saturday svmlinl!. oxral lc uijrd
Hatlirti-T of oMli month, mwilim thi third Jrl-
tS All brother, "f thefknw of Vet
Snuil conimdesntmc . A. K. lire cordially
taviaru to meet ttl. M.m0 TMEi CilHl,
A.caau, Flmi Scat.
SAML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Attorneys at Law,
0n.1t Ktlnnx irlvoii FmM ami yf"u
Will iirwitlw in nil im wiirlt H"1 K"1''
ofk'cf in (wvhtnbv'k iiiikjk.
leatheriord 8 Chamberlain,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
ALHAXY, Ol! BOON.
ATTORNEY- AT - LAW,
J. Jt m'JTT,
A frrn t-V- ?it LaW",
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lie Sun' and Call on
Beatiig Stoes'Cook Stoics, Sc.
A TRADE. IT PAYS.
St Charles Hotel,
(WiT Miiiu mill Hlierniiui HtroiKfl,
BUD THOMPSON, Proprietor.
First-Class in all Apartments.
Special attention paid to Com
Bourd and Lodging, iw ly to
12; per week i4.50to$
IntlreOiuntyCoiirtofthe Sttteof Ore
gon for tlie County of Linn.
In tire matter of the estate of! Citation.
Jonti H, J. Lovenll, Deceased, f
To Theresa Wilnon, Entity Walker,
ftartfk Riley and to the unknown heir or
hem -of Jurmoiiih Uiveall deceased, and to
ttH-etliern known and nn known, Interested
In-Mid Estate. Greeting.
tin the name of . Ik State of Oregon, You
ihsreUy (ilustl and required to appear in the
Gounty Court of tlte Stale of Dragon, for
til it' County of Linn, at the Court Room
'thereof, al A Ibany, mi the County of Linn
I -on Monday the 2nd -duy of October, 1893. at
1 o'cUik in the afwrnoon of that day, then
and there to tdiow anise if any you have,
why the application of J. H. LoveuIl Ad
mitiiHtrator of the cutate of ilolm M, J.
Loveall, deceased, to Hell the mil property
belonging to said estate, dewrribed an fol
llegiiniingat-apoiui Seventy Eight (78)
rods North of the fiouth-titsti corner of
Rielmrd and Louiwu I.. Cheadle's Uontition
Land Cluini, Nut. No. Claim No. 55,
in Linn County, Oregon.; thence South
Seventy Eiht 7K) rods to said oornor.;
thence went Kighty-one (Kl)rodu; theuue
North Eighty (HO) rods; thence in an Kant
emlv eourtietEightyoiie PI) and a traction
rods to the ihiceol beginning, eoutaihin;
forty 40J acres in Linn County, Oregon,
should not be granted.
VVitnoHH, the J. X. Duncan, Jude
of the County Court of the State of Oreueiu
lurtbe t'ounty of Linn, with the Seal
Huid Court atlixed, this 18th duy of August,
Attest; K.r. Payne, Clerk. Ky II. il.
i Heal y
In On; ('inmtt Cmirt of the Htuteof Onoit. for
tin- (.'iiiiuiyil Linn, liolihiiK Utiuh ut Allmtiy.
Hlati! ol Ort'Kun, (iouiiiy ol' Luin, s h, V. 1L
Dumini. .1. M. titiitlu ami J. A. KoliurU, Ti'UHtees,
V. C. llHi-tl'Mimn and Carrie Hn!kk'iniiii, his
wlt, Jnuh- While, Henry iJt-Uvnlintlur &J. L
tltniH, iliiiia' InbliicMh iiihI.t Uii: linn intine mul
siyliMil Di'in-iilinlliT. MuiimV Co., T 1'. CnuidaLt
doing liiNiiM?w umlur thv Unit mime and stylo ol
T. 1'. Crandi'.ll A Co., Unrrotwui. WtHidrulV. Piiill
Co., iicorjKtiiilKui, and -ft- HltiiuljcrRur. Iiclfiid
antH. To T. P. CriUHhdl. dulng httrifiK'ss undwr tin1 linn
liuinc mid siyle ol 'T. V, Crniidnlt A" Co., (hutuI
hiii, WiHiilruir, Pratt Cu a ('oinoratiou, and Ss.
t htciiiiiiTKiT, oi wim iioiuuuanis.
In thu Nimiu' or the HUitv ol Ort'jioii: You are
l hrnhy required tiuiiipL'tir uud iiumuoi" the com-
I plaint lili-il uKiunsi. j on In thi! tilfovo eutiUed will
; D Uii' liiUday ol tlit' lui'iu ol'Un- mild t'ourl, ifxt
, to! low inn Hie i-xjiirutimi ot'tiie puhlKritiioii ol Mils
i MHiiiiioi.s, to-wit: tiv the loiii'tli Monday ol OeUib-
' (it. mwi, tin: Hiuue liciiiff the;nl dnyol (letolior,
, uud II von hill no u answer, lor wain ihote-
i n-iifi iii'iiiniideil in tiie lioiiioluiiit, lo-wli: Kor
! jmlKineiii aji:iiiihtai(tdtfeiidiiiit c. C. Hiieklr-
tiiaii, lor w w.w:, alio uileam lliertum ai um
rut i of 10 e.i' coin, per annum from Uie'JiHI) tLiv
of July, iwu, and the lurthor Mtun of WitiMW at
tonieyV lee nwl lor Uitilr eimts and dinlnuiio
lueiilN, null ior a decree lor Hie loitrehwure of thnir
iiioriaKc, nt nn.uiihi all uiid delouduuus on tlm
tollowuiu d'-jM-rihed reitlt'.staii; !i.uiiH:l in Linn
(.ouiity, Male ut'tHTjfuu, tu-wti: Lout out (I), two
j, llil-ee (ill, .lour (!, tlVe -(ii). six (til, mivcii (7;,
elKtu (S), inue. O'J. tim (lt)l. tlloiik No. six Hi),
in .1. M. Uulrtlon'.-- lourtii addition n the Town of
U'lmitoii. mul lor the relorinuliu'i
ot said iitoi'iunjjt' hikI that Haul
renl I'sluie bf Hilil, uud lw proceeds of Mild wile
.iplilitrd in tum.iiciioii uf mui', judi;i:ii'ul, and
iiiuL lite elaim mid InlereHl.-' ol ail ,iuil dehuid
aiilft are Hihwoueiu mid jiimor to plaintiffs uairt
AWV and lor Mic 1 1 other relic) as io the court may
oein meet and i)iiiititlU.
TP is piihliealitui Im uiiidtf by ordtir of Hon.
lion. H. liiirueit, JudKi' f Hie ahove untUled
court, duly made on the M-tli duy of AujniMt 1'iM.
and tilwl on Uie li'Jnd ilay of August ISliii.
H.VM't. iiAlll.AMi anciTowK A So: ki,
A'iiyrt. lor PlaiuiiHV.
GoiniuLtuoUig Wedududuy, Sept. 27tii
uitd on cueb Miiiulny, UVrimwdny tuid
.Ki iduy to mid imdmlhig Fi'ldity, Oct.
;i.J7tlit tlie 8. (lo. will have on ma
yxenrwiou ticket, Ltdmntt to Portland
uud return, at $5,50 eaeh, which will
.limludfi admission to the Northern Pu
oitic Iiidtistriiil Exposition. Tickets
Are. limited to 10 cluyn from date of sale
Oli'. gold or silver made iuto ne
rings, plus &c, at Hardy's.
The only Pure Crcaui of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Miiiions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
OREGON, SEPTEMBER 29, 1893.
La Orftlid Antl-Chlne...
La Grande, Or., Sept. 25th .-The
atitl-Chitiew ngltatinn which has been
going on In this countv for the pant
two weeks culminated last night. An
armed mob nf 200 met outside the city
limits at midnight, marched to the
Chinese quarters, and after looting the
houses marched the Chinamen to the
edge of the city and ordered them to
leave. The immediate cause of the ac
tion of the mob is said to be a meeting
at Red Pepper school-house, al Sand
Ridge, twelve miles north of this
city, yesterday, at which inflammatory
speeches were made by one Esteh, an
attorney, and others. At this meeting
the mob was organized and moved to
ward La Grande, led by H. C. Cottier,
a rancher, and Jos. Truesdall, a saloon
keeper, gaining recruits as it advanced
until when it reached the city there
were at least 200 men in line. Mar
shals McLachlan and Ardrey, Con
stable W'alden and Deputy Sheriff
Lindgreen attempted to quell the riot,
but as it wiib unexpected and no pre
paration had been made, they were
snou overpowered. Warrants have
been issued for the arrest of tlie ring
leaders. The feature which is causing
i he most talk to-dsy Is the heroism
shown by Mis. Trumble, wife of the
Baptist Chinese missionary, who was
alone in the bouse with her daughter.
About thirty Chinamen hud sought
refuge at her house. When tlie mob
demanded their delivery she appeared
with a Winchester aud announced
that the first man to enter her house
would be shot. The mob dispersed.
How is This?
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Among tlie authors nf the coining
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Please mention this paper.
Knfflnes on Bridges.
Prom the Salem Statesman.
At least two bridges In this county
have iieen broken down this season by
steam engines which were crossing
contrary to law. Only a fe days ago
one near Silverton was broken. The
owner of the engine repaired the struc
ture but it is said that when high
water comes it will readily wash away.
Another bridge in the northern part of
the county collapsed under the weight
of a heavy traction engine, but another
of the same kind was immediately fol
lowing and compelled the first one to
put the bridge in passable condition at
once. And the driver of the second
machine observed the law so that no
liability could attach to him for any
damage to the structure. Last week a
big traction engine weut across the big
steel bridge without taking the precau
tionary and protective action required
by law. The driver swore he'd be
blanked if he cared for the county
court or any other court. He seemed
to base bis immunity from the law on
the fact that a team was drawing the
engine it was not being driven by
steam. Tlie statute says that four
pieces of two-inch plank not less than
twelve inches wide and ten feet long,
shall be used under the wheels of an
engine in passing over a Dridge, and
they shall tie used so that two pieces
shall he under the wheels all the time.
Tlie purpose seems to be to distribute
tlie weight over a greater area and also
to prevent the toes on the wheels from
cutting Into and splitting bridge plank
ing. Tlie big bridge was injured by
tlie passage of this engine and false
work may have to be constructed un
der tlie east end to get the structure
properly repaired. There is a dispo
sition to show the obstreperous driver
.that the law bus jurisdiction, even 011
tla orphan bridge.
A Good Thing to Keep at Hand.
ITroni tlie Troy (Kansas) Chief.
Some years ago we were very much
subject to severe spells of cholera mor
bus; and now when we feel any of the
symptoms that usually preceed that
ailment, such as sickness at the stom
ach, diarrhoea, etc., we become scary.
We have found Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the
very thing to straighten one out In
sueli cases, and always keep it about.
We ale not writing this for a pay tes
timonial, but to let our readers know
what Is a good thing to keep handy in
the house. For sale by M. A. Miller,
You can got better cabinet size pict
ures ut Crawford & Paxton's in Alba
ny for $1 50 per dozen than at other
gullries for any price. Our work is
guaranteed. Permanent gallery es
tablished tor 3:i years. No poor work
allowed to go out. Come aud see us.
Albany, 1st street. Next door Mason
ic Temple. ,
Nutiee uf UlSHolutloil.
Notiee is hereby given that tlie co-partnership
heretofore exiting between the
umlersiKned, umior the lirin name of
Aldrich ,t Weeks, at Lebanon. Linn Co.,
Oregon, including the Champion Aiill
Coni-itny, tins been and is tiiis duy dis
solved hy mutual consent, of the parties,
0. V. Aidricli having purchased the in
terest of W.C. Weeks, who retires therefrom.
Th 1 luisiness will hereafter he carried on by
G. VV. Aldrich. (lie purchaser thereof, who
hereby assumes all partnership debts, and
.who alone is authorized to collect aud re
ceipt for all debis duo the late firm.
tf. W. Aldrich,
Dined this ilih day of Aug., 1893.
For a liiine back or for a pain iu the
side or chest, try saturating a pice of
flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Halm
and binding it onto the aflected parts.
This treatment will cure any ordinary
case in one or two days. Puiu Balm
also ou it rheumatism. 50 cent hottles
for sale by M. A. Miller, Druggist.
A Ltlr From Los Aogolos..
IM AMK'Lka, Cui., Sept. II, 1808)-' ;
Klnlroit Expbess: Will you plense ien4
the F.XPBESB to my address here, 41(1 South
Main St., and you will oblige nieveryriiuch.
Perhaps you may want to hear something
about this country, so 1 will tell yon what!
think of it after being here two weeks.
til the first place I will say that I like
Southern California very irneli, aud Los
Angeles is good enough fur me and here I
am going to stay, in this city ol the lost
angels, in the land of sunshine, the land of
the fig, the orange; where the wind blows
and the cactus grows.
Los Angeles is a city of 66,000 as happy
and as contented people as you will Itnri on
the Pacific coast, and she is growing like a
green bay tree and is destined to be a very
large place as she has no city near by "Ol
any consequence, so she is sure to lie the
leading city of Southern California.
Lob Angeles seems to stand and does
stand the hard times at the present better
than any city of her size in tlie United
States. At a recent clearing-house report
Los Angeles showed an increase of 45 per
cent in her financial business, winch wits
the only city in tlnTU. S. that showed uy
increase at all, the balance tdiowings fulling
off iu all the large cities, which is a feather
in her cap during these panisy timeB. The?
question is, what is doing it? From my
observation of the resources ot tins county
I should say that it is tlie fruit 'business,
which, taking one year with another, pays
tlie farmer much better than anything else.
And if Oregon farmers are wise they will
pay more attention to raising fruit and not
give all their attention to wheat, which has
not paid hardly what it cofit to put it in for
the last four or five years in Oregon. Cali
fornia stands at the head to-day in the fruit
business in the United States, hut in a great
many varieties Oregon can and docs beat
her. Among those 1 might mention is the
apple, which even the Californians will ad
mit that Oregon leads them, Bartlett pears,
prunes, and I am sure on all kinds of ber-
rieB; also the Royal Ann cherries. On all
these Oregon cannot be heat, and the only
reason why Oregon fruit dealers and farmers
are not making money 011 tiieir fruit is just
because they- do not sell any because they
have none to sell ; while' 'alhbrnia is getting
the reputation of being the great fruit rais
ing state because she raises the ft ti it und
does have it for sale.
The climate here in Los Angeles is just
delightful at present it could rot he better
if it was made to order.
Tlie population of Los Angeles is mado
up by eastern people almost entirely, and
comes as near being a strictly American
city as any pluce you.can find. To he s.,re
you will find a great many Chinamen here,
but they have a judge here Judge Ross
who lias the backbone to put the Geary law
into effect, and here it was that the first
Chinese deportation lias taken place, and
every day you can see tlie pigtails nmrchect
through tlie streets on iheir way to Bun
Francisco to be shipped to China,
About the best known man in Oregon,
among Californians generally is our owl,
and original governor Sylvester Pennoyer,
who, without a doubt, is truly very popular
witli tlie laboring classes and a tuing many
that do not labor, and with nil the men I
have talked with I have never found any
person who has anything disrespectful to
say of our governor, and on the other hand
I have heard very many, a large number
say that he is the coming man .011 this,
cous:. These arc simple facta, whatever my
own private opinion may be. They all say
we have a governor that is not afraid to
speak his opinion.
I am inclined to think thai the Adminis
tration at Washington is not popular in
California, and if Mr. Cleveland was run
ning for president this lull he would, be
beaten 20,000 votes in California, if the
people mean what they sny. . Iloumer J
think they are a little I ird on out Grover,
yet the fact remains th..: tlrov, r Cleveland
has reached the high-water mark here and
is going down very fust .
Tlie woods are full of Populists here, and.
they are growing like a snowball and are
sure to be an important element in politics
in California, and if there was un election
to-day they would come so near carrying
the state that it would tuke the official vote
to decide, and the chances would lie very
good that they would carry it-
C. C. Il.M'KI.KH AH.
Parties who were to pay their en',,
soription in wood will please haullha
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