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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1895)
1110:1 - bxtress.
H. Y. KIRKPATR1CK.
Biitor - and - Proprietor
PUT TO WORK. '
Alarum comity owns a rook
crusher whieh has been lying idle
at Suoti't Miitefor some time be-
rant it uoiild not be made of prac
tical service, but at present it is
engaged in active duty and is do
nijt excellent work. : ' T,ie state
authorities at the reform and deaf
mute sdiools obtained the consent
, of the county court to use the
crusher if they would go after it,
an they sent men &pd six good
horses out to Scott's Mills n sew
days ago and had it hauled in. Jt
now stands anon (he rocky point
between the reform 'school and
mute school, where it is crushing
rock as fust as ten men can p 't it
there. The crushed mterial is to
be used for the concrete work of
the reservoirs that are in course nf
construction for the proper hand
ling of spring water to supply the
two institutions in question. There
ure to be two of those reservoirs.
one of 1300 gallon capacity for a
small spring on the hill and an
other of 100,000 gallons to receive
the contents of the smaller one and
of another much larger spring.
With the kind of rock to be had in
its present location, and with the
convict lubnr, the crusher is a com
pletc success, and as soon as the
. wtirk U done for the reservoirs the
state will crush a large lot for road
purposes in that vicinity, and thns
assist in the betterment of the pub
lic highways. Who knows but
this may be the beginning of ex
tensive quarrying of rock out of
those hills belonging to the state
and crushing them for road pur
poses, all by convict labor? In a
quarry a large force of those men
could be worked with but fen
guards and they could do all the
work except the hauling away and
spreading of the rock. This could
be done by tree labor and the roads
in every direction from the several
quarries could be permanently im
proved at a Btuall coet. When the
big hills east of the city and owned
by the state are exhausted of rock,
other rocky points in the county
can be tackled and gradually a
cimplete system of highways be
made. - State' and county and pri
son authnrities think the matter
ivi;r and solve the road problem.
j M.iyir & Kiiulirutgli wiyits vim
i produce. , .
Just received at M. A. Miller's a new
line of tablets.
LACE, Lacs, lace. Just received a
new and large supply of drew laeee
enarae and flue linen" lace. Ladles
hoes, coarse aii(THiie;alBo outing flan-
uels and sbrtlngs at such prion that
eunipeiituio is not in U, at the Racket
DUCKS, tane ami blue.
PERCALES, seven pat'eriis.
PRINTS, lots of I Item best quality
blacks and tans.
8. E. YoTJiiG'S, Albanv, Or.
Oregon Central Eastern R.R. Co.
YAQCl.NA LAY ROUTE,
is. urefron, invviula mitt At asiiiiiKUin I
zzixz SteamsMp "Farallon"
Itemiess, oPOroRon City, tummy ti
I'SITKI) STATKK T.ANI- llliirt'K,
OKKOOS, C'lTV, UHKliUK.
Jlllie 1, ltiilT).
Notice is bort bv riven thai ii ,,.,,
nee with the previsions of the net ofOon-' Cniiiiev.t nt Yaqulim Buy with the
UruauTJuneS. 1S78, entitled "An e f.u-."'i jiineiwni:(l YaquinaBaytSteauj.
tiie Bale of timtwr lnmts in the slati't. of Cal-1 ship C'iimpaiiy
uurnia. Orefton, Kvvada mitl ' asiiiiiKUin
eusta temies, oiDroson City, county of
i:inek..,.Mte nHni, ha, tm, ,t ! A , ttm, flni.,vs pverv nwpeut.
filed in tins otliee her 'om statement No ; a n - , , V. .
.. .. ,. .. , . haih. from S iiiiiiH for fan Franc co
aei, hir lite ntm-luuv oi die w of n w V, , , ,
a e ., of s a- !, ami , , , t . I m'r' s ''".vs.
tion.Nu.i'int.TOiish.pN,, ii)Hu,..,Tane- I'"lSi'ui!"r atvonimodatlons unsur
No. Scant, and will -offer eronf t-. hmv 1 1"M"'1- Shortest route between the
that the hind sought k mow valuiiHe fm ! Wllhiiiiilie Valley and California.
it limber or stone than for a wultum! i Fare frtuii Albsuy or points west to
purposes, ami to establish m- claim to said ! San Franelsen:
hitiil before the reenter ami receiver of tiiiy
iffii al tlri'mm riit. fir,-.,, mt M,,,.tu,-
iii-2tit!.(i.iyi,f Auj.-iit, 10. ' ; ""iccrajio, 8 00
tUiena:iia a KithcM,: J I, ;.,m ! Cu'lill.t'OUIll) trill.OO llfi. IS 00
'I r"r wtilM.il tlii.viilj' to
VnUn, $12 00
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
rcbanged Every Week.
Hajr 3 to (5 per ton.
Flour ID 80(5185. per sack.
Chop to 90 per owL
Bran 75c per cwt.
Middling! fit 75 per cwt.
Apples Dried, 6c per lb
Plums Dried, Sc.
Beef Dreasedj 4Jc
Pork Dressed, 4.
Hams 10 per lb.
Bideo 10c per lb
Gcooe tl (5; $5 er doz.
Ducks 1 2 ffii 3 per doc
Chickens 2 0u3 00.
Turkeys 8c per lb.
E?g He lerdos.
B .tter 10 loc pr lb.
Hides Green, Sc; dry, lOo.
Hurry, VregtM!, Win T W'hiiloplt .ol llerr.
-iregim, liobert Correll, of rutty, OrtgM
itorge Slayhnrn ot Merry, ftreji iu. An
uiiil alt liersun.i cliiiiiiiiic a1Vtu.,lv .ft.
itwve-ilesuribeil I are iwineslnl to Kl
their elae;:? lit iU'b ofii;e on or Jieiore sail
Wth dav of ivucint. t.
ttoiiKKT A, Mll.I.KU.
H. 1.. Wamien, Airent.
Eliwis ru.SK, Xl'iger., Allntny,
ClIAS. CLAHK, Sllit .
iK i -? ; r
In the United States court al
rortlnnd last week Judge Bellinger
rotidcred a veryimportantdecision,
refusing to grant compensation
fur a receiver ajinainted to take
charge of farm property and its
growing crops, and laying down
the rule that such appointments
arc illegal, and should not .be
made. The judge admits that he
hag made severar oppointments of
receivers when do protest had
been entered, and without consid'
.ration; but he declares that the
mortgagee through the agency of a
receiver, may ; reap where the
mortgagor use sown, is unlawful
and in violation of the right of
possession in the mortgagor until
foreclosure has become absolute.
Having It used the Lebanon ware
house, I am now prepared to receive
grain on storage at unual wurehous
rates. I am ready at alt tmtrs to pay
cash fur grain, (ieneral satisfaction
garauleed. Call at warehouse and get
sucks. W. B. Dokaxa.
The following from the Corvallit
Times contains a point worth con
sidering in balancing accounts: "If
wheat is fifty cents a bushel thie
fall there' will be more clear
money in it for farmers than there
was three years ago at stixy-five
srents K-r bushel." That is what a
I,: ,t.- Ioh: 'j f- riner unit'
'--iit -lay: ".'.it- i 'r.i, m. In- i,tiljtW
Cnfttiied -uUi..g hie drain and tlitil
iii crop aat. the best in uiauyi
years. He has hve hundi-ed acres
uf wheat in the shuck nd tl
w,iu!d pey all the expeiiser of put
ting it in. wiide a .fw years ago
hen help and evervthing else was
higher it wmiid have cost bin
f.mr times tli.-.t iiimiuiit.
Bt&te or Onto, ( rrr or Tolsuo.i
("OL'HTV. i M
Fbask J. Cukkby makes oath that tie is
the senior partner of the tirm of . J
Chkset A do.ng himineas in the City
of Toledo, Count and Ktato aforetutiJ, and
that said firm will ray the sum of ONE
HI!NI)UKlilWl.LAl!8 fur each and every
case of Catarrh that eaniiot le cureti by
the use of Hall's Cataumi Cuiiis.
- FRANK J. ('HENKV.
Bworen to before me nnd sulcrihed in
my presence, this Otii day of December,
A. 1). 1XM.
A. W. OI.KAH0N,
Hall's Catarrh Cure in taken internally and
acts directly on the blood anil mucous sur
face of the sytteni.
Hand for circulars; free.
r. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
aWUoM bydrnggisla, He.
James Lotan and Seid Black
have been denied a new Xriul and
will probably have to wear stripes,
and Lotan was once a political
The Exibkss and weekiy Qregan
J sit sf MVif 4
SoUee at Admlnlut rutlon.
Notice is hereby gieeu, tbat, by order of
the county eourtof Linn county, Ore-son, the
ttmlersu;imd baa been duly appointed and
no ie the duly qualiliad and acting a-l-miniatrator
of the estate al Nancy Marks,
deceased. All parties having claims
against said estate are hereby required to
present the same, pmiierly verilied, within
six month! from the 13th day of July 1806,
the date of the first pultlication hereof, to
the uiKlerffiu-iied at the nlhcc of fiam'l M
Uarland, libation, Oregon.
Jobs H. Masks.
Sam'l M. Uarlasd, Adniinistralor.
Atty. for Ailmr. Estate of
Nancy Marks, (ieecaseii.
Parties desiring lumber can jret
ill kiuds at short notice, and at bot
tom prices, of Humphrey & McNce,
on Hamilton creek: or atS A. Niek-
erson s planer at Lebanon, Oregon.
A lare stoe ot all kinds always
on hand at both places, except black
walnut. Humphrey & McNee.
Lilwral dia'ount for teams coming a Ion"; dittauce. '
W. E. CHANDLER,
Stoves Tin and Plumbing Goods.
TINNER and PLUMBER
Kt'panng and al! kind A ,lod work done (it hard time prices
LEHAXOX, - - (JiiECiOX.
I hwe a LARGE -STOCK of I5KICK. for sale at mv
Yard, in the suburbs of Lebanon, Jor Sale at Iieasonabli:
KaLes. Ail kiwi of niastm's voik. done with neatness
despatch. p. W. HARDEN.
AAmlnlHtPltt rlx'M TVotlne.
police i hereby give.i. cliat by order of
the county court of biiin county, Oregon,
the uiideniKiied bus been duly aioinied
ru'.r.xui'Uc man ui W. A, l;ihoii, of
said county, deceased. All punier tiavitiar
claims against id estate are hereby re
quired to present the same, duly verilied,
to the urrdeniipiKl, within six n.ontlis
fnim the 12th day of July, tt9, the first
puhliialion of tnis notice, at the office of!
Saiu'l M. Oarlanrf, Lebanon, Oregon.
. lUsso K. Bishop,
BiK't, M. GAauits, Aduiii;iBiruirn
Any. iar tilmr'a, r the ttma of
See (bat KAsflR
SUUU1KIU ou mini st '- f
1,000,000 People Wear
7. L DQDBLAS
C;S rtO ff.I ifr? FIT FOR
w il w bm A KING
-f9 $r.no.$4.nn.!i!.so vi u i r.
$2 -00, $2-S0, $2.00, $ .75 K
: . ? . Any Style, A U Sizes, Every Width.
CAN FIT ANY FOOT,
iSf 1 ME
Ft -:- - ' - SL'
f !Sbw V pair.
'-: ..-m),,J "InS Ll "'Hill J. 1 '.' abowi nswa m urn.
, . rSf-Jfln. A WXMOBIU,
V ' Iiff'hi.. ' ,TN. Bsocatos, Man.
nnwrlHi ifioff and
aavMioe tn Leaitor bus
For Sa! by Hiram Baker, LebanonOf
and W. L DOUCLAS
HAVE GONE INTO PARTNERSHIP.
Douglas 'makes the Shoes and
Baker sells them.
The best shoes in the world for
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BALTIMORE BLOCK; Albany, 0nmu
Furniture, Carpets, Lin'oleuitis, ti,atlinK, t.t ,
Ketures and I'irturc
Undertaking a Sjic 'JaJtVi
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fca.u ...... "niiiwa u
M6KI tlAiirllNE Ftiar OWrtANTEEO.
r ociory arte iyjsitl OJfico
StUH B-SEBT8HW FiS CATAIOGUE.'