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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1895)
H. Y. KIRKPATR1CK,
Editor - and - Proprietor.
Ghievk over your own folly and
not the folly of another.
The world wouldn't be tit to live
in if nil of us were millionaires.
Most people, like clocks, show
in their faces the result of their
There isn't much glory in un
invitation to the church when you
get left at the reception.
A monopoly is a good deal like a
baby. A man is opposed to it u
generiil principles until he has one
of his own.
Every man should have a con
secrated life for his representative.
If he depends on his neighbors he
may expect to be misrepresented.
" Boom days tire over, but a steady
growth of business can be wonder
fully assisted by every one putting
his shoulder to the wheel, and talk
ing for his town.
The Tillamook county is rapidly
dovelnp ng into a great dairy re
gion. .Several large creameries an
already established there and ntlien-
will be started in the near future.
The coaBt climate makes that re
gion especially adapted to dairying
One of the prominent merchant'
of Dallas, Texas, declares that the
Corbctt-Fitz.iimmons battle tfill
bring more money to the city than
was received in return for' tin
county's entire agricultural output
hit year, and it was unusuall lar t
, The lixi-BKsa is glad to be able
to publish the following from Ne
braska: The constant rain of Sun
day and Saturday night was must
wolcome, and' had a good effect on
growing crops. The rain was gen
eral throughout the state, exceed
ing one inch. Farmers say corn
never looked better. It was tin.
late for wheat, and there will 1101
be much of a crop. Oate have re
vived wonderfully, and will make
a cuod crop.
The cannerynien have formed ai,
aawciiiiiun for the purpose of estab
lishing a hatchery. The head
wait- of the Clackamas river
have been selected for the purpose
and the wort: bej,un. It is' -confidently
expectad that this enterprise
will be the means of supplying
this industry and re-stock the sal
mon, which are becoming danger
ously near destruction by the pres
ent rate of catching. Something
has to be done, and the cannery
men have made a move in the right
Becbetary of State Kiiicaid has
received a le'tter from the Oregon
fitateGrange, containing resolutions
relutive to the alleged unconstitu
tionality of parts of the last ai
proprialion bill, principally '.item
appropriating money for the sup
purt ol educational and charitable
institutions. These appropriation
aggregate nearly $100,000, and In
answering the communication,'
Saturday, tho secretary said in
substance that to do this would re
fiect upon the legitlature and be
contrary to precedent. He lurtlier
says: "The constitution makes the
secretary of state auditor of public
accounts. Under the power con
ferred upon him as auditor by the
constitution and laws, he might re
fuse to draw warrants for any ap
propriations heroin named until
directed to do so by the supreme
court, but in so doing he would
have to assume that the most im-!
portant and most numerous branch
of the state government, the legis
lative assembly, had felled to dis
charge a sworn duty and had either
ignoruntly or corruptly violated
the constitution, I believe it is-the
duty of-the secretary of state to
draw warrants on the appropria
tions made be the legislature when
the law la plain and its require
ments are fairly and honestly com
piled with by those for whom the
STATE AND COAST.
Taken Prom Our Exchanges Through.
out the Northwest.
The young men of Pendleton are
working to organize milita com
pany. . Dr. Bryant Is after coal in the
vicinity of Yaquina bay with a dia
The people of The Dalles are
working hard for a road from that
city t ) Fossil. ..'
Only about $9500 remains delin
quent on taxes in Lane county,
1100,014 having been collected,
The contract for building the
Dayton school house has been let
to John Watson of Dayton for $3450,
The old Corvallis foundry has
been reopened, and engines, saw
mill and farm mnchinery will be
Mr. Creed's promising little
strawberry patch at Mosier, ripens
berries as fast as twenty -six hired
men can pick hem.
The press having been moved,
the Myrtle Point West Oregor.ian,
paradoxical as it may appear, is
now printed at Coquillo City;
The annual parade of Btallions,
mires, and cults, given by ' the
Horsebrseders' Association t
held in Forest Grove Saturday.
Slime of the sheepshearersaround
Joseph are on a strike. All that
the owners wish to pay is three
cents a head, for which the shearers
refuse to work.
An elk's head at Newport, moun
t"d by Mr. Bretherton, measures
fmir feet from tip to tip, and it is
tiftv-seven inches from the nose to
the tip of the horns.
Two eight and one ton-horse
:eams, drawing five heavy freight
.vagons, loaded with 30,000 pounds
of wool, pulled into Baker City
Thursday from Harney county.
The safe at the railroad stiton in
Newherg was again broken open
last Saturday night and $70 in
money stolen. This is the third
time the safe has been burglarized
within the last few months.
A burglar broke into S. L. Klin's
kitchen in Corva'.li Tuesday night,
but h as discovered by Mr. Klin's
laughter. The would-be robherre
treated in haste, leaving a pair of
brogan shoes behind.
Within the next thirty days J.
D. Carr, represented by his son,
will deliver 1500 stock cattle at
the Huntington, snipping yards.
fhese cattle are being driven from
southern Oregon and northern
4- J. Boon has taken the trouble
to put a quantity of Yaquina bay
oysters on Hunts and is feeding for
the summer trade, The, oysters
lire taken from their artificial beds
and pla.'ed on the floats to keep
them from spawning.
Wednesday morning, while Al-
vin Haines was getting into his rig
in Forest Grave, the horse kicked,
and his hoof'struck Mr. Haines full
in the face. Mr. Haines'
were knocked out and his upper
Since January 1, there have been
shipped from Arlington 243 cars,
containing 150,1160 bushels of
wheat; from Douglas station,
seventy-fivo cars of 40,500 bushels;
from Iune, 217 cars, of 134,540
bushels, and from Lexington, fifty
ne cars of 3i,620 bushels.
The president uf the Pioneer AS
sociutioii of Douglas county, al
though past three-score years, has
accepted a challenge to run a foot-
Jce at the reunion. The prize
uttered is a pewter plate and spoon
brought across the plains in the
early '40s. -
A stock train consisting of six
cars of cattle and seven of sheep
left La Grande Tuesday for the
East. The train went as the first
section of the passenger, and will
make .-apid time the winds dist
ance. J he cattle and i-iieep ue-
longed U Mr. Halhiway.
Thuisday night ut Coburg the
livery barn of John Holt was de
stroyed by fire. Several buggies,
400 bushels of oats, sixty tons of
hay, sixet8 of lament and two
cows, four hogs, and a number of
chickens. ., Mr. Holt's loss Is ' esti
mated between $1500 and $2000,
wit 11000- insurance in the Nor
wich Wuivu ittmmnt Couiiiy.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
fChaiujed Every Week.l
Hay to $0 perton.
Flour JO 6065. per sack.
Chop $0 75 nor owt.
Bran 70c per owt.
Middlings $ 1 70 per owt.
Potatoes 25c. -
Apples Dried, 6c per It' .
Plums Dried, 6c.
Beef Dressed, 4Jo.
Pork Dressed, 4.
Hams 10 per lb.
Bides 100 per lb
Geese $4 $5 per dot,
Ducks $2 t3 per don.
Chickens 12 0tl8 00.
Turkeys 8o per lb.
Eggs 9c ier dot.
Butter 10c pr lb.
Hides Oreen, le; dry, 2c.
We otter One Hundred Dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannon be
cured by Hall's (Jatarrh Cure.
V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned tiave known F. J.
Cheney for the last 16 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
West & 'Ibcax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O. Waldinci, Kihnas IIaxxik,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.
Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
aclitig directly upon the blood and mucous
sulfates of the system. Testimonials sent
tree. Trice 16c. per buttle. ,
F.J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, O.
tar-SuM by druggists, 75c
Notice for Publication
Umtid Htatu Land Oraicc, .
Oxiooa, City, Oregon,
June 1, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of Coo-
Kress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An ut for
the sale of timber lands in the states of Cal
ifornia. Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the Public
Land Btaten by act of August 4, ISO-', Au-
Kusta Henness, of Oregon City, county of
Clackamas, State of Oregon, has this day
tiled in this office her s-vom statement No.
2867, for the purchase of the H of n w '
ne of aw H and s w of n e a of Sec
tion No. 24 in township No. 10 south, range
No.6 east, and will oft'er proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone lhan for agricultural
purposes, and to establish aer claim -to said
land before the register and receiver of this
office at Oregon City, Oregon, oa Monday,
the 26th day of August, 1806.
Bhe names as witnesses: J L Berry of
berry, Oregon, Win T Whltlock of Berry,
Oregon, llobert t'orrell, of Berry, Oregon,
George Mayburo of Berry, Oregon. Any
and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described la"ds are requested to file
their chums in th's office on or before said
26th day ofAugu.it, 1896.
Kobkit A. Miliar,
Administrator's Sale of Real Property,
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
an order of the County Court of Mini coun
ty, Oregon, made on Monday the 3rd day
of J uue 1896. 1 will sell at public auction,
to the liighest bidder, on the premises two
ndles suuiheust oflebanon, in i.inn county
Oregon, on Saturday, the 13th day of July
1896, at the hour of one o'clock p. m of
said day, the following described real pro
perty of the estate of A. V. (Jaroutte, -deceased,
towit: Lots numbered oneaud two
in section twenty-four, Also the following
described tract of land towit: Beginning
at a point twenty-three rods north of the 8.
W. corner of the S. E. quarter of section
thirteen, thence south twenty-three rods
thence east eighty rods, thence north one
rod, thence westerly to the place of begin
ning. All being situated in Tp. No. twelve,
south of Kange No two we3t of the Willam
ette meridian in Linn Sounty, Oregon, and
containing twenty-six acres more or less.
Terms of sale one half cash and one half
payable in one year from date of sale with
Interest at the rote of eight per cent per an
num. ' PHII. UlTTBB,
W. tl. Bkowh, Administrator.
Attorney for Admir.
Notice is Jiereby given that the under
signed administrator of the estate of Mary
J. Galloway, deceased, has filed with the
clerk of Linn county, Oregon, his tinal ac
count in the above named estate, aud that
the County Court of so:.d County has fixed
the 3rd day of June, 1895, at the hour of one
o'clock p. in. of said duv, at tUe Court
House thereof, forbearing objections, if any
therebe. to said urarani, aid for the settle
ment of said estate.
Dated this 19th day of April, U-85.
Jacob W. i.'heshir,
Sam'l M. Garland, Administrator.
Attorney for Administrator. ...
Forty Cords of Wood Wanted.
Benled bids will be received, Ly the
undersigned, up in noon of Jutiel ,
1895, In furnish School DMrl.t No. 1(1,
Linn euumy, Oregon, with 85 cuds of
old, dry, firm red 11 r womI, Mid 16
cord of largdry ik wood.
. All wnid to be Hvu feel hmg, well
seasoned, of large und Ami lim --r, initi
l be securely piled In tiers in the
bawnitnl of the school ln uu- and to
l delivered hyOctnlier 1,1 80S Separate
bids will be received fur flr and oak,
The right to reject any and nil bids Is
By order of the Board of Dlrvi-iurs of )
wild district. BAM'tU. Gahlakh, ' I
. 4, H-tiNeV. UUtriot Ul.tki j
Oregon Central & Eastern R. R. C.
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE,
Connect at Yaquina Buy with the
Han Francisco aud Yaquina Bay Hteara
Aland flrstclass In every respect.
Balls from Yaquina for San Frunoiaoo
about every 8 days.
Passenger accommodations unsur
passed. Hhcirtest route between the
Willamette Valley and California.
Fare from Albany or points west to
Cabin, ....$12 00
Steerage, 8 00
Cabiu,roundtrip,60ds. 18 00
For sailing days apply to
H. L. Walden, Agent,
Edwin Stone, Ma'ger., Albany,
Chab. Clark, Bupt,
Ed Kellenberger, Propr.
Fresh & Salted Beef Pork,
Mutton, Sausage Bo.
logna, and Ham ,
IttTBacon and Lard Always on Hand
Main Street, Lebanon, Or.
Joy's for the Jaded and tiood
Health for alt flankiud.
IOY'1 VEQETABLI SARI AM RILL A.
pnvenli tired ttel
inirs staggering stn
of heart, rash of
blood to th hwd,
diuineat, rinejog in
eye headaehe, bil
iousntMyxmBtipiUoi) of bowels, pains in
tongue coated, foul
breath, pimples on
face, body and limb,
diiw ipella, faint
pelH cold, elammy
feet and hands, sour
risings, fatigue, in
somnia, and all dis
eases oithe stomach,
liver and kidneys.
Joy Veietablt tar
Moarllla la suld hv all
drufrirlits. Refuse a
substitute, When you
pay for the best sm tut
g S sr. H
Is made from II tit throtijth
herbs, sad naiure'sowo
coalaitM no I 1 frropflTchun-
mlnerl 3 neii. oy'
Atuz or 1.)... & Vegetable
deadly poif H'f?1'- 1 arMparUa
on. Joy' hi 2?ym ' y-
Vegetable J PeptiR,
Bartaparill M Chronic
rob the ihit m Conitina
blood of alt k 2S l! 11 on- Liver
Its httpurt- 'Sl.I Com plain ti
lies, and l'C!j?0L9 nA Xldncjr
ourMf all AffectloiM.
Prices way down.
Albany Furniture Co.
BALTIMORE BLOCK," Albany, OregDn.
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, matting, etc.
Pictures and Picture molding.
Undertaking a Specialty.-
Four Modelstl85 and MOO. .
IVUY MACHINE FUUY SUARANTEED.
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Eing- of Bicycles.
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