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LEBANON, OREGON, JUNE 14, 1895.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One ji'iio' per year.)
r-lirtHi iibwiiIih "'
SitlKle copte ..........
Oen. V. MnBridel Senators
John H. Mllcliell.l ' "
Illnner HariiiHiin .......Congressman
William I'. Liiril,.,.,....,. Governor
II. 11. Kl'icalil .....Sucreiary of Stat
Phil Metaehaiv.. Treasurer
ij. U. Irwl B't J'ul'lit! liiBlructiiin
II. W Lced Htate I'rliiler
It. 8. St alin, i
Win. I-. l.urd, .Supreme Judges
P.. 8. Hcan, I
,M.,...M.. i - N. Duncan
,, N. Necdhaui
,11. F. llarduian
.....J. A. McKeron
School Hupnrhitendent A. R. UntherloM
Treasurer, . M""'"'
Assessor W. F. iHmkln
K. T. T. Manor
H. A. Jayue
. .Inhn Puirh
Commissioner .' ( J, lit Waters
CITV OFFICIALS. .
SI A VOI! .. M. A. MILIKR
KF.COIIIiKi: W. N. liliUvV.V
CITY ATTUliNKY 8. M. OAKLAND.
rUEABUUKll ..J. F. HYDE.
MAHrtMAL :.. W. MORGAN-
' fUD. KUU.KNItl-IIHKll,
N. 8. lAI.GbrUSlbH,
.,', .., U'. llll.Yl'l),
.-' S. H. MY HUB.
City Council meets n 'lie llrsi and tliinl
Tuesday evenings ol'eacli month.
LINN TKNT. N.i. 7, K. U. T, M.-Miml In ! A.
t. H..II ..it Tliiirluv (IVUIllllK Of CWlll WBUlt.
Tran.iijiii Hlr Knisiii" are eunlui.ly luvlii'd.
vimi th foiu mwiilns.
J, A, Lamokihkik, Com,
Uo.' W. Kick, R. K.
iiONoit uiwrn, No. aa. A. o. u. w.-mmu,
mj rnuHday ovmiliiB 1- 'I"11'
W. KUIIUINH. H. W.
I. H. Uoiica, Dec.
LEBANON W1IUE. NO. 47, 10. O. C-Meen
avery Bomnlay evening al 0(W Kellmt Hall, ol
. o'clock p. m. A K nAVI8N,G,
W. C. PETKUBUNHeol'S'.
FEAIIL KKHECCA I.OUUE, NO. 47. 1. 0. 0, F,
utiiall.0.0. Pllall Itnil. anil third Waluen
vr eveninaKoreacli motitli.
Mlia. Ci AHA BUYIA N. G.
MlrtU UATT1BB1HW0N, twot y.
I fll VNON l.li wl! w 4 M-"U
E. K. HabmaiK' w
8. 0. Wtil ace flee
(JF.N'L MKKKMi ('AMP. No. 1ft DlvWonOw
gnu. torn -at Vutoma.i-MfOl iuO. A. "K.
evury Baiunlsy (vt-ning. xi-opt, ll"-' "
tjKlunlKV or iiuh month, nuitiUiiK the ihird rn
nay liniuHl. AHbt..tliowoflUBK.iiwof rt'
orano b.hI comrwloKr Uui U. A. K. ow oorilU
InvliudUi meat with (lie Ciimp.
K. a. Caiih, Ui'U
A. luKV, Vn Ht.
msAM. wm mvK, no. t, 1. a f, m.-
Muolontl.o'i(l.Hh nrt Ath FrMny ewulitg of
olimmht1i!Wr.1i.tO. A. tt. IUU. 'im...
a.leiH Utty UawnlHWi are cordtully luvlwil to
Mid. . "
iU n - A. A. IIviiB, lauly A. K.
SAM'L M- GA"ANDl
ATTORNEY - AT - AW'
LKHANON. ORKCiON. '
Weatberford S Wptt,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
W. M. -BROWN,
; LEBANON, ' 0BEG0N. .
Dr. H.'L. Parish,
WYSICUM AMD SURGEON,
Ohio and Residence In the
St. Charles Hotel,
LEBANON. ... - - - - OREGON.
FlrstohiHii cedar posta for aale cheap,
y Call on oraddresB Walter Brown, Al
hany offlce, at Fienche's Jewe'ij- store
r tot b. A. Nlckersoft ibAnoi).
-s.-gfga r hi
V'n'AV? nfivier exes I-
8 IcstE" i. ';
Xjiji&ilg of mil Iks,,
. . t " Si jta or.i
..'.. ,. Liver -I'-gM
Y " lator is M:
IV tit fj..' "
c u r .
T. ri 1 1 .-'
t:VM, ' ft a ;
in; i i-t-ii!
OK (.!:).' .
ft H '1
"in' uiTiiad-jiiilua ton.
n- 1 1 l.iv,r ,i,.tn,-nir.,i,
" 'I ' Haunt 'v Uvi'Ilr-.n-i
..., .V!.;i,:.,'lv ,,,, Is lli
l ;!'; !.;; .i-l.-ll-H. ! ..-a.T 1 5 J
iM'Uf t Tl IIW..J.- liUf. V.'.
It. 11, '. uniiniiriii,
BHILOH'S CORE Is Bold on
Kinsriiiitfe. It runn Iniilpiint Coll
uiiiiinn. 1 1 In the In st Ci ugh Cure
Only one unit u ri'i 25rtH., oXIctfi.,
nd l IK), Snlil by N. W. Builib
CAW I OBTAIN A TATFNTf . Fort
Krompt anriwtir ai:d an noncat oiiinlon, write to
1 1) N N & DO., wlio liavu lind nuBrlrllfiy Teiin
exporloncointlia putont buuiness. Commonlca
tioim strictly onntldontlal. A llnnitbnok of In
fnrmatlnn coneemlua Pntvtita and bow to ob
tain ttiom imit fitia. Also a catalogue of rneobaa
Icul nnd nolantltto books ient fine.
' 'nlunts taknn thronch Munn ft Co, raoelT
neuuil untitle In the Hi-h-ntllic Atnerlcnii, arid
tliua am broTiulit widely before tiie putillc wltb
Din 6wi id tiiu iiiwf'i'Tor. 'J ihb npifituiu Pper,
((mind weekly, olttaanr 1 7 (llnatriited, bas by far tlie
Iar:cat (iircti latum of any sclent l (Jc work tu tn
World. a your.
Bulldiiiit Kdltton. nmnthly, ri
ile contra aentfi
coplea, oeiita. r.vcrj nu
tliul platwj, In oolnrs, and
coplea, "Hi cents. Kvory numlmr contalna beau-
rtotorupba of -new
UUlintiBiWitu imna, iiiiixiMiiH utimiBio ii( nuuw Ul
t.iar ifitHliMia nnd Hiiniirn rnnfrnma. Adrlnn."
himnes, with plans, oimbllnKbtilldera 10 nhow
MUNN it CO.. Nlw i'OKii. atii BUOAUWAT
Mib. T, H Ti.iwkhm. 'Cbattiinnoa
TciiM. hu(vh, "Kliilr'h's VlUHzer
HAVKD MY LIFE.' I consider it the
lu-ut rriiii'tly for h dt-bilituted tyateai I
evT nn'rt," For Dsj epnia, Liver or
Kidni'.v Iroulilf It cxwln. Price 75ut8.
Bn(l by N. W. riuiHh.
An fujroeable Lanitlvu and NZHT1 foRlfl;
Bold hyCruciats or test by mall. ckwWc.
aadl,OOporpnrl-Ka. Bamplca tree.
X7i Wf A Tberavorlte TOTI FfflOT
nu ttttif n,liV. . Oii,in,
Iiiaurt your property with Petoraon,
AAdnrewa, They lire imt'lita for the
OUI Itvlihl, Homo Mutual, Now
Zi'iilimJ, Hiriiiffiikl.f Miisaachuai'tle,
Ciiiitlnfiitiil, ami oilier gi.od, relittbk)
compaiiliu Thoy ukui have uioapy to
loan itt 8 per ci'iit, In auuw Iroiu t2U0
up, . ',-';, :', ,
Beit Slice sold at rtio price.
$5, $4 & $3.60 DreM hop
liqiialiwstum work, raiting from $6 to V '
63.60 Police Shoe, 3 Soles
Bct Wnlking.Shoe ever raaile.
$2.60 end $2 Shoes,
Unequalled at in price.
Boys' $2 & $1.76 School St.oes,
Are the Best for Service.
Ladles' $3, $2.60, $2, $1.76
Bust IloiiKi.lu, Styilsn, Perfect Fitting
u..rvi,H,ilH. Itnat Id ttu omrtil. All
Btvles. lnBltUnhvlnW.L.'lnuB!s fl
NIioub. Nuui i.ml prlco itatnpiiu on not- n
8HU,OU'B CUIUS, the gmit Cough
and Croup Cure, Is In great demand.
Pocket, sine contains twenty-five only
2oe. Children love it. Sold by N. W
Binllh. . .
Vif7uTlTS TRN1F UioTf
: ii Qn CftSE ..'"tT..j:.u.("J
J N Duncan, county Judge; J M
Waters and J W Pugb, commission
ers. ... '
L E Miller was appointed Justloe ol
the peace, of Metric! Ma 13, to suc
ceed J M Smith.
The contract for furnishing oak grub
wood to tbe court house van let to
Peter Riley at $2.40 ier cord.
Thomas Monteith was appointed
Justice nf the peace of District 1 suc
ceeding George Hughes who resigned.
George D Rldlnger ws the lowest
bidder and received the contract for
building a bridge ucroas a slough in
Orleans precinct at $47.
J B Tlllotlnu received the contract
for two bridges across slough near
Scott Wards, at $94.
Petition of J Stringer etal for county
road was dlsmiwied, -
Upon petition of A J Burneson
county road was vacated and expense,
$14, ordered paid.
The following hills were allowed:
J A McFeron, Bheriff. $166 66
N Needham, cleric. 166 65
D F Hsrdman, recorder 160 ;
J N Juncon, Judge .,... 100
P 0 Morris, treasurer 83 35
A K Rutherford, superintendent... 60
F M Bedfield, depuity clerk 83 86
VI E Proput, " sheriff, 66 65
Mrs Clark, aid.... 6
Cox family, aid .'... 6
Kenworty family, aid ..., 8 :
It C JCenip, aid 5
0 T Lubker, aid .,
FJizabeth Otihurn, aid... 6
Sarah Ilines, aid.. 6 .
Kokrt Uilock, aid 6
Maltie Taylor, tid
Mr and Mrs Barnard, ni. ......
Mrs G F Juukc; aid
Henry Meyers-, aid
James Lew, aid
J D Burkhart, account poor.
John UBher, janitor
P M Siiiilb, accoiuit jioor.....
John Water - "
N B Washburn '
8 P Bach "
tt Powers family, aid 10 36
Orepon Populist, printing..., 2
It J Hendrick, sundries 90
Humphrey & McNeil, acct roads.., , 13 20
Electric Light company, 22 60
A R Kutherford, suierinteudenL.... 68 "
G E Fish, plumbing at jail 2 60
8 V Hall, account roads 8 40
Knapp. Burrell & r.o, acct roads.,.,.
C W Read 48on, account roads,, ,
Irwin. Hodsou Co, books
W E Baker, jail
F 8 Crosby, jull
O H Russell, account roads...,.
J A Wilson, deputy sheriff. 87 63
W W Francis, " 7 60
W Brenner. " ... , . 6 10
C L Morris, " , I 66
U P Dannals, road and jail 13 60
Oregon agt J G Boulin 4
J A McKeron, stationary, etc 33
P G Morris, " 7
E T T Fisher, surveyor 16
W F Deakins, assessor ,. 384
W L Moore, livery , 4
U7 VC0U .., An
urc((on aire .uuiau..
J S Van Winkle, sundries 40
IHireaon act Hunt.
Hi oeniaus, account roaus
Mary K Davis, aid
Oriu Watson, aid
Mr and Mrs Barnard, aid.., ,...,
Mrs G F Jiinkey, aid
llonry Myers, flid. .,.,.......,
Jinnes La'rcw, aid....A......
Receiver Mathews & Washburn
Wool and Butter Item.
That there is still profit in sheep
raising if properly attended to is
proven cnnilusively by the the ex
perience of George W. Bmitb, who oal-
led ut the Gazett oltloe yesterday and
related the following experience: "I
have a four-year-old ewe that year
ago last February gave birth to two
lambs. Yesterday I sheared them and
the combined weight of the three
was 4ti) pouuds, one of the lambs, a
buck, shearing 22 pouuds. This wool
at twelve cents per pound Is worth
$6.08. The two yearling lambs are
wi rtli $3 per iieud or $0, in addition U
which I have two spring lambs that
will sell for at least $1 each. Thus, in
sixteen mouths, from one ewe worth,
say, $2,60, which 1 still have ou hand
as the original Investment, I can show
a profit of $14 58. The cos', of feed for
the sheep was pruclically nothing, as
they had run ou pasture with thecow,
and bad received no special atten
ion." Mr. Bmllh, however, Is a splen
did judge of stock and all bis animals
receive excellent care. He is now
milking a now that is making a record
' as pheuoineual as that of the sheep re-
)i(tnd above. Biuoe March 16, a period
jif thirteen (eel, J56 pnuadsofjiulter
have beeu made from her milk. . Dur
ing three weeks of this time her calf
took half of the supply and during all
the lime the PHW has furnished Mr.
(Smith's family with their (ireaui and.
milk. For Jhe last month her blfer
output has uveragid flfHsn pounds
weekly, am) on aooo!)ntQf ts excellent
quality, has found ivadysuleattvyenty
cents per pound, which, most of the
time, bas been In nil viuiue of the mar
ket prlee. Corvoilis fjeietla.
Lake Creek's Big Qriizly.
Simeon Farlow, tbe Lake creek
stockman, reports that the big grlzely
bear that bas been making regular
raids on the stock of that section was
caught about two weeks ago in a huge
steel trap, set for lilm to put bis foot
into. Though a big, stout trap it was
unable to hold the determined and
wily monarch of the forest. He pawed
the dirt at a tremendous rate and suc
ceeded In bracing himself against a log
and with the aid of his forepaws de
liberately pulled his bind leg through
the trap, leaving large hunks of his
baarship's precious flesh, hide and
some musele in the steel spikes and
alongside of the trigger clasp, while his
life's blond flowed over the bill like
the battle of Gettysburg, and bled for
miles and until the chase for him was
dropped. This grizzly has made a big
record fur himself iu the past six or
seven years and bas been amazingly
bad the last three years, making regu
lar monthly raids and then retreating
to the Fish lake country. He has kit
led twenty head of cattle for tbe Far
lows and other stockmen in the Lake
creek section, aiuountiugtoitWO wprth
of beeves in three years and there Is
no accounting for tbe damage he bas
done in other sections In his path.
Only two weeks ago, near Perry Far
low's house, with one stroke of his ter
ribly paw he jerked over two feet of
hide from a cow's shoulder and killed
her. Ct ri Bieberstadt, with a pack of
doge, chased him a long distance but
the dogs were afraid to give bim bat
tle. Though tbe beast is not as large as
dead Reelfoot, of Pilot Rock fame, he
makes a larger track. He never mo
lests small stock, invariably attacking
the largest ones in the neighborhood.
He never touches cattle with bells on.
He always drags bis prey a consider
able distance before taking his mess,
and then leaves the section. Ou re
turning for subsequent feed until his
meat get" no good, be invariable drags
tbe beef nfl another distance before
feeding. The stockmen will give r big
reward for his destruction. Over 100
bear bave been killed in that stctlon
the past several years, but only one
was a large sized monster, having been
killed about two years ago. Ashland
Hunting for a Wife and Children.
Mr. H. Nolton, of llaryville, Call
f rnia, called at the Democrat office
this morning and directed the Demo
crat to offer a reward to $200 for infor
mation which will lead to the recovery
of his wife and children, particularly
the children. The case iB an interest
ing one. About ten years agu Mr.
Noltou then residing in Marion
county, was married to a Liiiu county
lady. Hlx years ago they moved to
the vicinity of Maryville, where Mr.
Nolton now bas a big sheep ranch
with about five thousand sheep aud
two thousand haul. He informed
the Democrat that his married life
.was particularly a happv one. Nearly
two years ago Charles McGlolhlug be
gun working for bim. Three mouths
ago lie discharged him, ou account of
his drinking. His wife even bad made
the request a number of times-. A
mouth later McGlotlilng came back
and wanted work again; but was re
fused. One Sunday morning Mr.
Notion, who has two lunches, went to
the other ranch and returned Monday
evening. Two hours after he had left,
his wife, three children and Mctilntb.
lug skipped out for Oregon iu a light
8lu.lebaker wagon, drawn by two
horses, branded O, some books and
about $400 in money. Mr. Bolton im
mediately followed and got track of
them ouoe or twice, and has chased
through Coos county, Yaqulna Bay
Hiid even eastern Oregon without
avail. It was bis opinion that they
would come to this county. One
would not think, though, that u wo
man would run away witli another
man to her former home. The family
consists of Mrs. Noltou, dark hair and
eyes, with only lime teeth, the others
having been exlrncleil recently for the
piii pose of securing a new set, a girl 9 1
years of age; a boy 5, uud u baby 18
mouths old. Mr. 'Noltou will leave
for Maryville toiiight, Any Informa
tion leading to the recovery of his
children sent him there w'- be re
warded by $200. Other papers are re
quested to notice, Aloniiy Democrat,
More Tro.ault for Ccibett and Pits
DALLAS, Ti i , Juno 10. The Pa-
tnra'Asat'rliitK n tiduy voted to pre
vent, if un.-;1iIi-, the tVrliett Fiunlni
nioiif fehl fioiu coming of at Dal his.
A muss iijullng of Hie eill,eii8 was
ealM t.l tln-i rty fi r tonight.
Bnsii:iiij i;n .i i i lie town, however,
say aim 'bl to a mm ; he lifcht shall
Gome oil beie us urruuuid ,
OLNEY IS APPOINTED
SUCCESSOR FROM TH E WEST
He is Judson Harmon, of Cincinnati,
One of the Most Prominent
WASHINGTON, June 7.-r-Presldent
Cleveland this afternoon announced
the following appointments: Secre
tary of state, Richard Olney, of Mass.;
attorney-general, Judson Harmon, of
The announcement, which was
made late this afternoon, created no
surprise here, for it has been under
stood several days that Olney .would
succeed to the place in the cabinet,
made vacant by tbe death of Secretary
Gresbam. ( Tomorrow Olney will take
the oath as the head of the state de
partment. The president at one time
contemplated other changes in his
cabinet and a rearraTigemeut of several
portfollios, and iu this connection con
sideration was lven to the transfer
of Secretary Smith to the department
of justice, but this and other transfers
were finally abandoned, and the presi
dent concluded that the simplest plan
would be to fill the vacancy caused by
Mr. Olney's promotion.
The appointment of Judge Judson
Harmon, of Cinciuneti, as attorney
general, came iu the nature of a sur
prise. His name had not even been
canvassed as among the probabilities.
Tared an 1 Feathered,
WALLA WALLA, Wn., June 9.
Early this morning fifty masked men,
heavily armed, took Joseph Fossatl
and Robie Allen, a colored woman
who ruus a bouse of ill repute, and
gave them a coat of tar and feathers.
Soon after midnight tbe meu.all wear
ing musks over their faces, went to the
house occupied by the woman In an
alley between Maiu and Rose Btreets.
A hack followed them and stopped In
front of tbe houe. Tbe men broke
open tbe door- They dragged Fossati
aud the woman from the bed, and cap
ried them to the back, which was
driven rapidly to the outskirts of the
city. The clothes of the two were
torn off, and a heavy coat of tar "aud
feathers applied. Tbe two were then
ordered to. leave the city.
The job was well planned and ex
ecuted. The thoroughfare through
which the hack passed was thoroughly
guarded by armed men, ai d any at
tempt to stop them would have been
futile. Two minutes after their noise
less approach they were nut of sight,
iiid before a large number of specta
tors recovered from their astonish
ment. Fossatl Is the son of a highly re
spected family, and has had more
than average sdvantagaa of life. He
bas persisted iu living with this wo
man. Friday they went to Dayton
aud were married. They returned
here Saturday. Mrs, Fossatl, the
mother of young Fossati, is prostrated
with grief, and is in a precarious con
dition. Dragging the River.
TACOMA, June 9. Heroic effcrts
are being made by Charles Catlln to
recover the body of bis eon Seth, who
was drowned in the Cowlitz river
three weeks ago today. Grappling
aud blasting has beeu carried on, and
with great effort a wire net and- three
cables have been stretched across the
river. It Is believed Unit these Will
eventualy catch the body. A dozen
men are patrolling tbe river daily for
twelve miles, aud a reward of $100 has
been offered for the recovery of the
body. Many Indians are searching.
It is believed that tbe icy cold condi.
lion of the water prevented the body
from rising In the usual nine days,
Mr. ilatlln remains on the ground.
Highest of ill in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
iiwiv if un wn m,
II x v aisgsssa li
Outlook of Business,
NEW YORK, June 8.-Dun & Co.'a
weekly review of trade says: ''The trend
of business is rising, even as It wna
falling two years ago, with surprising
rapidity. The grain has gone so far
and so fast In some branches that the
more conservative fear It may not lie
maintained. But the period, of dull
ness which comes in each market after
an unusual rise brings as yet nothing
like a corresponding decline. Indus
tries gain much, halt, or tall back a
little aud then gain once more. The
demand for consumption Is steadily in
creasing as the employment and wag1, s
of the people Increase. The demand
for money increases, one bank repnrt
29 per cent Increase In the discounts
for the country and another 23 per
cent more commercial loans than a
year ago, and all but two report some
"The serious question remains
wheather the crop will be good enough
to sustain a large business. The re
ports are better by far than estimutcs
recently current. Wheat rose 2 cent,
fell back 2 cents with realizing aud
has risen 8 cents, with a wes'ern esti
mate of a crop of eighty million bush
els smaller than last year. It is pertin
ent to remember that official aud most
un-official reports, down to a late per
iod last fall, bad the yield about eighty
millions lower than now know to
have been. Western receipts were
233,000 bushels more than last year,
and in five weeks have been 7,671,000
against 8,990,500 last year, while At
lantic exports, flour included, 670,000
bushels smaller for the week, havo
been in five weeks 7,737,700 bushels
against 11,945,500 last year. There Is
neither holding back by farmers, nor
any anylous hast in purchasing by
foreigners to support the belief in n
scarcity. Cotlou declined an lighih
of a cent.
"Failnres for the week were 195 for
the United States, against 216 last
year, and twenty-five in Canada,
against forty last year."
A Dark Horae.
, NEW YORK, June lO.-Thomas I.
James, expostiiiBster-general.and pres
ident of the Lincolr national bank,
said discussing the polilicul question:
I look upon .Robert Lincoln as tlie
likeliest durk horse in the race for tlie
republican nomination. I believe he
will get half of the entire Southern
delegation, aud when the break comes
on the favorites, Lincoln and Allison
will get the benefit of it. The Iowa
senator is a well-balanced, sound-
viewed man, who next to Lincoln,
possesses elements of strength where
other candidates are week. It is my
opinion that Harrison cannot, by any
means, be nominated."
Debbs Not a Candidate.
CLEVELAND, June 8. The Amer
ican Railway. Union organization re-
Oelved a letter from Eugene V. Debus,
who says: "I cannot be considered a
candidate for the presidency, I would
not permit my.-elf to harbor such an
aspiration for an Instant. I have little
enough liberty as It is, aud what there
is I do not want to sacrifice on I ho
political altar, not that I would fear to
face the whirlwind of denunciation
which such au ambition would arouse,
but I wish to remain untramuieled,
aud do what little I can iu my own
way to free the American people."
Following is the Jury list for tlie
circuit court which convenes In Al
bany, June 24:
Albany John Fox, M B Case, H R
Rowland More Phllpot.
Crahtree Henry Cyrus.
Lebanon C D Stein, W O Smith, J
Kingston M S Titus.
Jordan J N Campbell.
Halsey Frank Frlsby, C Alliugham
Holly-G W Colbert, A C King.
Soio John Smalhnon, G W Arn
old, John Coniptnn, AT Powell.
Harrisburg Robert White,
Waterloo O C Ferguson.
Brownsville G E Thompson.
Shedd S M Brownell, F L Porter,
J R Davis, I C Rohnett,
Millers J T Asohe.
Sweet Home Riley Alley,
8odaville-r J Coyle.