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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1894)
H. y. KIRKPATRICK,' "
, Editor - and - Proprietor,
Tokio water works. If th
win uutisrini cae&per in j&urope
man m tuu country it would nro-
bably have done bo. Ia the cue
of the iron tupe the disDatch Dixie
"the American firm met the com
petition of Enalish. French and
A nemo convicted of criminal
aBvult at Atladta haa been sen
tenced to be hanged. This will be
the firBt leeal execution for the
crime in Georgia. -. I
Benjamin F. Huktsr. a Kew
York colored man, will build sever
al millB in Virginia and tieCaroli
nas, in which only- black labor
will be employed. ;
A Chicago capitalist haa nor-
chased nearly 200,000 acret in
MisBissiptii for the nurnoaa'af set.
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tling colonies upon it.
Tnosa strikers at Pullman who
were not taken bank ham flnll
I decided to settle in Alabama and
found a co-operative colony.
A BONO OP THE LANDLORD.
One of Lebanon's naeta. havin
' PENNOYER'S MESSAGE.
Governor Penkoteb haa been
giving out, in conversation, some
of the items he will present in his
message on the convening of the
legislature. He will confine his
message to a detailed and exhaust
ive exhibit of state finances. He
will aliow cost of stater government
and appropriations of legislatures
for a Beries of years, as well as the
appropriation anJ amount expend
ed for each particular purpose by
the last legislature. The governor
estimates the 'total appropriation
of the last legislature at 12,700,
000, while he will show that only
about $1,800,000 of this has been
expended. Oi $80,000 levied' tor
ihe jute mill, only $3,000 has been
expended for making brick. The
. rest will probably be conveyed into
the treasury as the law will pro-
camy oe repealed. The money
levied for. many other purposes in;
.eluding the branch asylum, has
uui ueen loucneu, and With a small poets, navinf
amount added, the first kuildine wr"ten th tollo"W. banded tt to
can be competed and fumlsW U,forpubUoatloB:- -'
The.governor .ay. with this.nd Z2fSk'
ine present jving of the state prison . J should tell jou, u tuu told in,
nearly finished, Oregon will not Told by one Phillip Mawr,
need any more public building, for
at least four years. The governor Came one day an irata landlord,
will leave all sUT!?entinni Wi To tlia null of atraw and moot.
legislation to his successor. Be-I BhJ tt u
, . . room, " - ..
yond making a comprehensive Straightway till he reached U North
showing of state finances and brief- 01Rd among u beatars wildly,
lycallingattcntion to.ome24 tZ" .
commendations in past messages, 8iiringttp theatrawaaiore.
wh eh have never been acted upon Hold! I" " so iwdiafa,
by the legislature, he'willerace- niDg wide bu nt ft"1-. . '
r.n . . 6'"-- Tor hit long hair with htonnMri.
fully ve way to the new order of with hk firr. rmtd. th. tat 8
, thiogs, realizing that Governor toying then with acetnti wildly,
Lord and his assaciates have a ""'vxt.
m-re recent billet of fmh instruc XZTmlLT..
tions from the people. Pay the spot cash now soma,
Governor Pennoyer is very well rlbm?" mighty 1011 -lw
; satisfied with the Utionofth. T, '
states credit and its financial N a dora cent do I owe vex.
standing. He has unbounded con- pPaid ,or 1 eti ""
f,, . . . i. . Ewy meal and extras paid for.
fidence in tee integntylof state Domthecmtwrnir-VL..
' Ireaaurar iMeUehan, and says! Blck with rage then grew tha land lord.
urn on Mnurry 1, 1895. after two """"" Bmn Im har,"
years ofanie nrl k. JT Bhoatcd, "Fa, irwsurtean dollars,
years OI -panic and hard times, For tin grab that I have tat yoo, .
there will not be a state warrant , br the blood of n,r .nceeto.
outstanding, and there will be w5oau"0,in the iuy Flower,
money enough on band to defray iZ
the expenses of thi legislature. Th mighty na of Erla.
The state has no debt and its finan- Notfiaido nMnot',m,u,. -
the UOion.-Begisfer. Gruped he. theq the mQner boiW
-ir, T3 Z " , Used to cook tbe itraw end lime in
Mlch has. been, said about the it o'e,bi.tedd b"Bte
Or.egoman "reading out" of the HBrtaI1 land tad,
Kepublican party'' all ' those) who rMI.ZtUs bit mi ,jld Tim-'.
fivnr fr , Tbrough the air jl went a hisiing
lavor free coinage of 'silver. If Htag like.. bot from amZ '-'
such is thesse, it can place on its Bm" ld lord like , cyciooe,
"out" list three-fourths of the llTti",c'K"dboD
RftnnMi..- J: . lum down rteir, to the ie,
f-i;uvau . Tuicrs . in Lincoln, room,
Benton, Linn, Lane and Douglas w """to of hirk
counties. This position. br,w.... .'oo
ia so contrary to 'every thing pe J
BRAND THE CLAIM AS FALSE.
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WorW'i Fair Officials Expose a Prt-
: .tender to, an Award. i
Chicago. III. n.m n
r -- veev Tf VUVWIU
result. o( the World's Fair la the claim
now made to awards Kv n.. .. i...
were not even exhibitors'. Offlolalaol
the Exposition have not aa yet U hen
final action In the matter, believing
the quick wit of the rwmila win
UictDurloua olulnu lim ih..
... . MK1 VIM
of a New York baking powder, ..thai,
has been widely advertising an award,
the attention of Uih Chief of Award?
rnr Agriculture, has beeu dlruoted.
He brandi the claim of this ptvtondei
as false, deoliiriue "Neither the ro
eords of this dfunrtmeiit. nnr th.
official" catulosuo of the Wurlil'.
Columbian Exnoaltion. l.i.u. ii..
this New York Company wuh m,
exhibitor; consequently it could not
receive aa award at the World'
Those who fairlv won their lnin
at tbe Fulraecm disposed to treat this
inwin as any other fraud ahould be
treated. . The Price liablu3 Powdoi
Company, of Chicago, havlug received
tbehigheBt award, say they nre con
vinced their claims, and tlioaeofall
other holders of riirhtmi
be fUlly vludicHted by tbe public.
THIS IS NOT
' A Bad Accident.
Last Haturtlhv nioriilnr at a n'..i,.t
Ei-Couoty Commiaaioner Al,.r run.
don, on his farm near Plain view, un
dertook to nut a halter Oil Hn lltihntlian
colt. The colt wheeled "aud kicked
with both feet, one of them hitting
air. Branaon over the left eye, crush
ing the bones of the nose and the
frontal hone of the nknll ni r.nH.
ing him unconscious, 'aladioal auiist-
anoe was summoned aa nuinklv
poasiable and on arriving found that
me oniy nope waa in relieving $ke
orain ny removing the pressure from
the crushed akull bonea
it. J)r, MasloD.ar Ailmnv Ana in furl !
Ot.J. B. Henry, of Brownsville, tre-
Pnnea the skull of the injured man,
raising the depressed portion, remov
ing the bloou clots and fragmentary
portions of bone, ulvlnir
ouanee rar n, Uitisaps v of Linn
county win be shocked to leapn nf tl.
nriuneuw or r,ne accident, for Sir.
iranaon was wide v and mmi h.-.
oiy anowu. Herald.
Every cash nurclmr nrin m.'tk t
r -uu ui
. A- 1 Cl
guuu. mi a. r. uapns store gets a oray on
ponrate or (hemselves or frelnd free.
oee sample of work in his window.
Mackintoshes f ir Women Hi id miuu
,Ji!f goods, new "styles and popular
. (ui:h, aioouv, ur.
Bina H. West Hive No. 1. x. n T r
will admit memhera It.
VI. till December 1, 1894.
Auce Hyds, B. K.
We can save von XVillnra h.,h nn
can be well dinned by eivlnirOur
traveler your meaaura fnr a irir
" " uiiuu qri-UKK,
2W Commeroial St., Balem, Or
2 00., ,
; 3 oo. .
mmm! . 4 oo.
""" 1 ''
BarlonW ,he'1J- 'e carry large linos of shot
manufacturers; a n alTo carrV . Z ' Tr i ,T?'.aml man' othwt
Hne of nB dZZ S'T i.m ( Rubber Goods of all kinds. We have fin.
face of thi::tr
For the Least Money . Y ry GOOD GOODH
HIRAM BAKER, Lebanon, Or,
flhUllPlHl KVA-V Wank 1
)t neat 33c.
Hay-rM tot8 nor ton
Flour to 6T).70 peraaok
l UOPr-JI) 76 per ewt.
Bran 90o ner pwt
MiddliuRs $1 00 per ewt,
Apples Dried. i' nor lh
iiums Dried, 8e.
Beef Dressed, 6o.
Pork Dressed, E.
HuuislSJ per lb.
Bides llo ner Ih
Ducks IS fii- 9. IWIt Ann
uniokens-tS 258 00,
tggs 22o ner dot.
B.itter 16 a 20c ih
w r -
Hides Green, le; dry, 2c.
Albany Steam Laundry
BuMUMlT7r. Muw 5 PHILLIPS. ProDrs.
guarantee. If cures Ineipient Coi Ulria nv 'n-
sumption. It Is the beat Cough Cure uany OrOffOn
Only one cent a dose 25c!.. sn.,i.
and 1.00. (Sold bv K. W. fimlth
11 , iiujia. i.iB3. 'm uraers Keceive Prompt
KKueiorFubUoatkn. I ; . A
-.--7 -m- - wv. w a j VM':
" ' ' " j ' 1 .' ,- ':v'-
w,MM'wassjssaMWilt -- ,t,,f .
, LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET T ""T"1"TT
Good Accommodations for Transienti,
Special terms to regular boarders and rcomcri
JOSH LINDSAY, Proprietor. :"M
I hflVR ft T,AT?mi: urnfv f urnm- e i .
Vaxd, tlie Buburbs of JLebanon. For Saltat ReaaouaU'e
.Kales. All Lr till nf mnann's t,.,., 1- ... T
..,., WUII jmmnuss-una
despatch. . n W HADIWM .
that we cannot accuse the CWnrJ 1 08l?,!'f.d u,at
ian of such presumption. ""Sr.
number of Republicans in Oregon Bamia mi m tall,
have a right to differifrom that "'"""' "a "lldly, .
inn,n.r uiuarjp rom tnat TJphefamenntU the lot tin
journa on any questionand a. a ..
roajonty of them dri nn .:i Chilled the DIArm jn him
question, it would be foil v to .t. i.hin,.00l " Erin. -
tempt to coerc J ' " T"-'"'.
- tempt to coerce them to accept
r" ' Qixit in regard
to free coinage of silvers-Florence
West. . . - , .
Pbomiskmt democrats sav there
is no longer any shadow of doubt
thaf James H. Budd will be seated
w governor of California without
wntegt. The democratic t state
central committee has entirely dis-
v wju jucr. ox a contest as un-
. ortl:y-of serious consideration.
rUea mat onJy g few mem
hers of the republican state central
Committee favored the notion of
making a eantest, before the legis
lature. ; Those who were active in
xi.e scheme censed a canvass to be
matte oi the republican members
of the legislature, and the verdict
was overwhelming in opposition to
what. many nf them, did nat hesi-
ro cou an attempt to steal the
In hu faanria tlA . . . .
Hwinpng lightly, iwingtnr wildly
Bwintrinr like 'm.i -k
Ail the while a great noise miking,
Like the rambling of an sartiwuak
o thonder'i awful roar.
With a veil tbe Unrf lj .j
Started down tbe stain again, '
Made the flint Inn.. ti . .. "
r.- mm, uau way,
Ulf arajr mie toe neit onUkt him
" "": ne struck before.
Nawr stopping, never faltering.
Bowline- like . K.n...
rrora the north rrMm A .t.. .L ...
-J .. """" .
room to rough the tin
Through the straw yard to tbe Umbsr.
id sujnt forerer more. . ,
UAB9 U FFICS AT ORRunM It.. .
WMte'.i. I-rSrTiS.'ISl, -ihi rbHowthB--- SpeClll RdtfiS fOF
uu, nonce or hu tatentlon lo i r .,
o SHiT"'' ta ,0,,,,,,rt hta oll"m. F ami 1
(tjat Hid UTOUt Will ho marl A luai" L. I ttiiiil I
1. Satisfaction Guarantor! , tf...
nam! thoMki(..i,. . , " I J. E. ADmy l.t
-- n.wm.-e upon and eidUratlon.af mid H" Bniltli'sDrugBtore.l
SlBUUni. 8. P. JnhiiMn .11 .rr.i 1
. . VM u. ,unuuut unison.
V '. ' JtOBSai A. HILLBE.
WU1 & Start,
Of Albany, ..
Are now in their new store in
Ealtimokb mills got contract
lately for 200,000 yards of cotton
duck for. the Japans gomaasoi
And an Alabama lrl ... i.
...aV "jam as any or my .atilldren ahov
eufod a- etntrast'.for U7QjBQ!)mm?i -to K
The Boy Reeavmd. '
Any one who 'hu hiu.
rejoice with T. R u..i n, .
field' ew Jersey. His little boyflve
vears of as, wu MiAb- .ul
..v wku roup.
rot two day. and nights he tried
J-1'"1" reaommended by
ana neighbors. He sayst "I
uioucntauni iM u. m n .
sen C'hamtierlaln'a rvrih n. j
advertised and thought I would try
as.a last hope, and am nappy to say
that after two doses b slept until
mm Ming, 1 KBn 1L in him i.
wa. eiiKCUKI. i jttea
ramario tn h hn..n. . - -r -
. tf muc uww b)ub aa soon
ous uy .
Im Omcs at OnnioN Crrr. 0a. I
lIMiit&r ' It... F
Nancs la hereov alvpn th.t ih. ..n....
named aettler has Sled notice of hii Intention to
. ouai prooi in mpport of ku claim, and
iiuDrooiwlll lie mule before the County 1"'c" ,lew 8lore M
!"Mnty, Aib.or. Or., December the Cusick Block, where they are
jwferthcKwnfa r u r prepared to meet the wnnf r.f
.. X, B KM ... " "v
H!4orecllon 12, TnMhip 12 ft,ulh, liauge 1
BucoutlnuouireililAiicA nmn a..i.i..
aid land, Jacob Kluwaler. J.mM n
water, J. at. IJadloy, J, w. ae. all of tubanon
Oregon. . m BessarA. lituaa
, .. .. - , . ueidtter.
' CO AND SEE
The largest stock of diatom
boots ever brought to Albany. Also
me nest selected stock of
Women S, boV S. missiw'a an1 .V,!l
aren s Shoes In all grades, at prices
w meet the tunes. Ill goods
bought at. orr store that rin
repaired itll of charge. If you
wani vour florae shod vmi t. .
- 6w n
ciAL libMl I n, not a generaj mer
chandise store. WHY? wi-
YOD want to be shod oome to the
only exclusive boot and ahx
in Albany. . .
Oi (rise1 Cream Baking Powdsr
public with the finest lino nf a.
elry, silverware, clocks watnhea
etc, in this part of the state.
Jiiung eves with i ius'
spectacles by frof. A. Btark, grad
uate oi tne Chicago Opthalmy
Best Shaves, Hair Cut or Shampoo at
EORUM & KIRKS' '
" NEXT DOOR TO ST. CHAELEH '
, . HOTEL.
Children Kindly Treated".
Ladies Hair Dressing a Specialty.
Fresh &Saltt4 Beef Perk,
Mutton, Sausage Bo'
logna, and Ham,
aSTBacon and Xard Alwaya-ea Hj
W. L; DO'JCLAS
v o.i."HJLIUt,3 SOUS.
W- BROCKTON, MAsi
DdscaoM. wf m e the lareett muafaetwen of
tdvcrtuwd hoe la the world t And jriMrttitc
" P.isiajiss4S iv uiu tinu pricf on
iiie bottom, whtcb proUcU you Atcilnit blsrb
ft! .. . "r
PR0M1T 'riiOGKESSlVE POPL'LAR
JTIre aud Marine
209-271 Chamber of
, Portland, Oregon, ;
THK LEADING HOME COMPANY.
pricei and tb middlcoun'tj piofiu
wearing quaimet. we Bav ibem said tviry,
wJ3tfr at lower yijc! for thtt v,ui Hivti tbo
ny other mfei), idkt no aulmtttui, If ygutr
.... WILL iNaURK VOUE-a-
. wo impiomfiQU. . ( .
Solicits Yotjb Pamokacf.""
k.iki . HAwujtdi, ;
MifostKia) uiuu a jMH .
Tiie Yaquina Route.
ORBOON PACIFIC RAILSA6,
.Chas. Clark, Heoalv.r, .
Direct Line-Quick Dispatch
. Low, Freight Ratos.
Connecting with strainer Hu.
mer between Yaquina and aa
For freight and per.gr fatsi
apply to any agon.. .-
CSAI, J. UlKDlVt, luvACa.