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LEBANON, OREGON, JULY 19, 1895.
; vol. ix.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
(lf'paM In 1uim, 6u ir year.) .
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STATE oi'Flf'KItS. V V.
fteo. W. McBridol
John H. Mitchell, ""
William P. Lord,.
H. K. KiucahL..'.
..Secretary of State
. M. Irwin, .Bitpt,
H. W. Leeds, ,.
It 8. St-ahn, i
I ; - 1 R. si Bean,
Wm. K J.orU,
1 Jadae,... JJ'LJ. K. Duncan
Oerk,..'. ..........'..'..l ......N. Kecdhara
I Kecorder, I. Hardman
1 sheriff, J. Mcr'eron
I School Superintendent .A. E. Uutlierford
Treasurer,.. P- - Morri
) limair,.... W. F. Daakins
i Surveyor, .,,., E. T. T. Fisher
' Coroner .,.. B. A. Jayne
r . Uhn Pnfrh
oumiiasloners, j u, Waters
MAYOR..... M.A. MILLER
RKCORVEK W. N. BKOWN.
CITY ATTOKNEY B. M. OAKLAND.
rKEABUUEB .J. F. HYDE.
J1AR8HAL. ......P. W. MORGAN.
J. I. ill,i a.
8. H. MYERS.
til Cojitidl meli an the Unit and third
Tosoday evening! of each month.
LINN TENT. No. 7, K. 0. T, M.-Meets 10 0. A.
H, Hall on Thutudijr wenlng of ao wek
Truunnt Bit Knurlm are sordlsllr Invited to
Tiiit the Tent meeting.
J. A LAVaa, Com,
.H0N0B LOIXiE, No. , A. O. U. W.-MctU
-very tueKlar eenln at 0. A.B BalL
I. B. Bosra. Bee.
LHBAJ.ON LOPUK. NO. 47, 1. 0. 0. F.-MWIS
T BttordAj evening at two Fouow.nsu,
.'cloak .m. A g WVBiM.0-
W, C. PBTRRSOK, Seot'j.
rEABi KEMea -tOlWiK, NO. . I. O. 0. F.
MeeUatI.0.O.FfiU am aud third Wedrn
du ereninae of each mouth.
MK8. CUBA SuVl.B, i. G.
. xim mTTM wuraoN, Htct j.
LEBANON LOIKiBNo, 44 A. r. A. St.-MteU
eatunUeening.onotljoforeUie lull moon ui
eaoh mouth, at Manonlo Hall, Cor. Main and
. raut.u. Bojourulng brotlwro ouriilanr inynou
X. T.. Bamhack, W. II,
t. 0. Wei ace. Sec.
CEN'L MKIOUB CAMP, No. , BItWob of Ore.
aim, Bona of Vetemen-Met in 0. A. H. Hall,
Terr Batnrdajf evening, eioopt the third
aturdar of each mouth, mooting the third Fri
day iwteed. AU Wolhom of the ilom of Vet
Inrlled to meet with the Camp.
K, 0. Cau, Capt.
A. TUiB, Tina Segt. i ...... j
!u- ..' . n u
uwu ur.. J(k .j fHtlftv evonilie of
Ti .i. .i i-aa . a At (I. A. K. Hall. Trail-
Peaiiit Lady Baoiabee. are oonllally invited to
ItheH- .A .n.IJ1d,B.K.
"P 'fARn Saltharmu. Lady Com.
Sam'l M. Garland.
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
ATTOR N EYS - AT - LAW,
W.R BILYEU, "j
.LEBANON, ' OREGON.
Dr. H. L. Parish,
Office and Residence in the T)
J. Bt. Charles Hotel,
XEBAN0N. .r ' - ' OBEQOil.
CAPTAIN WWEENEY, U. 8. A,
San Diego, Cal. says: ''Million's 0a
k tnrrh Remedy Is the first medicine I
ave ever found lhat would do me any
jawid," Price Mo. Bold by '. W.
iliiitti. . .
Reader, did you ever take Simmons
Liveb Bboulatob, the "Krao of
LmsBMsoiciNTa?" Everybody needs
take a liver remedy. It tea ihifgiah or
diseased liver that impairs digestion
and causes oonstipation, when the waste
that should be carried off remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is doe to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by an
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg
ulator and you'll get rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Regulator is better, than Pius. It
does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
Every package has the Bed Z
tamp on the wrapper. J. H.
ZeUin & Co., Philadelphia.
A Clubbing Offer.
A great many of our readers Lino
county like to take the weekly Oregon
Ian. We have made arrangements
whereby we can furnish It at a reduct
ion from the regular price to those who
want both the Exprkbo and the
Ortgonlaii. The reiiular price of the
Ownlaii is $1.50 ?r year, and of the
ExHHHWt 1.80 when In advance. We
will furnihh both f r i per year in
advmice a saving of one dollar to tlir
sulnc lper. The Orrgoniun glvta all
the gfiierul urwsof tl:e country oiioe a
week, and I he Kumam K' all Hie
lot'iil news once a 'week, --which will
Biiike a most excellent lie 'jurvice
fur llis ninderale t-utn of f& pprynir,
Tine ho are l- pwaelit'iiMbwfriiien1
ml (tie KxPKEfcg mutt pay In all arrear
age and one year hi advance to obtain
thin special price. ,
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
F.xjreH traina leave Portland daily:
li::j r, u. : I.r... Portland Ar.
ia:IOr. M. I Lv... Albany. . ,.Ar.
10:16 A. M. I Ar.San KranclncoLv
8:10 A. II
7:00 T. V
The above trains stop at East Port?
Iiinrt, Oregon City, Woodburu, Salom,
Turner, iluiion, Jefferson, Albany,
Albany Junction, Tunj.-enl, Hbedd,
JlnUuy, Hnrrisliuric, J unci ion City,
Irving, Eugene, (,'reKwell, llralns and
all stations from Itmeburg south to
and including Ashland. ,
I'M a7 m .T J ,v 7. Portia I id ...A'r'.'l 4:40 f. i.
12:26 p. M. Lv...Allianv Ar. 1:16 r. M.
6 :60 r. u. Ar...Koehur);..liV. 8:00 a. .
Local peaienger trauis daily (except
Rmifluv. , .
8:20 A. U.
0:111 A. M.
4:W P. .
6:20 P. M.
Lv... Albany Ar. j
10 :4v a.m.
0:46 p. M.
6:60 P. M.
Lv... Albany Ar.
Ar... Lebanon ...Lv.
Dining Carton Ogden Route.
Pullman Buffjt Sleepers
Second-Class Sleeping. ar At
tached to nil Through Trains. "
West Hid IMVlnlon.
Bctwesk Foaruas asd Cosvau.18.
Mail train daily (exrept Sunday):
Tr80XMT I ...Portland ...Ar. I : A. M,
12:16 P. M. Ar...Corvallis.,Lv, I i:O0P. M,
At Albanv and ftnrvallta connect with
truim of Oregon Pacific railroad.
Exprea train daily (except Sunday):
4:40 p. M. I,v...Portland ...Ar, ! 8:26 A. M,
7:36 r. M. I Ar.McMinnvllleLvl 6:60 A.M.
THROUGH TICKETS lvliiV"Zin'
ada and Eurom can he obtained af loveat
rates front I, A, Bennett, agent, Lebanon,,- J
B. KOHHI.KH. Manager.
E. P. ROflERB. Asst. 0, K. A Pusa. Aal
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me will please call and settle
at once, either hy cash or a note, as I
have sold out and wish te dost up my
books, Kb KEL L& KB.
CYCLONE OUT OF PLACE
SCORESOF PEOPLE INJURED
Regular Kansas Tornado Visits N. J.
and N. Y. At Cherry Hill the Storm '
Reached its Greatest Fury, De
molishing the Village and ...
Killing Many People,
H ACKENSACK, N. J., July 1S.-A
terrific storm swet over this section
this afternoon, doing grate damage.
At Cherry Hill, a small village a few
miles from here, It developed cyclonic
Airy, attended by the demolition of
the village and I number of deaths.
Cherry Hill received the full sweep of
the wind, and within a minute alter'
the storm broke twenty-seven houses
were, wrecked. The cyclone made a
clean path through the center of the
place, carryiug every thing before It.
Houses were unroofed aud thrown
dowq, trees uprooted, and crops leveled
to the ground:
The storm came from the north
west,: heralded by great batiks of
clouds and a stirring breeze. Tbe at
mosphere was warm for a time, and
then, after second rush of warmth,
came the cyclone, carrying death and
destruction In lis path. The storm
center was about 300 feet in width,
and the strip over which It passed Is a
mass of ruins,
The cyclone went through thevil-s
lage rapidly, and In ten minutes after,'
the first gusts of wind gave Indications
of the coming storm, tbe sun waM
stringing. . '
It hi tbe first cyclone in many years
that stuck New York city. The cy
olone descended ifpnn the upper end of
East Few. Yor'k.'ooiitluued.ou Its way
to the kiwer plains of Long IsUtnd,
and ftoui Ibeie traveled to Woodbavert,
The cloud; funnel shaped and very !
low to the ground, was first seen over
Cypress Hill. At the upper end wss a
red spot Ibat was more like sn" Incan
descent light than anything ehe. Tin
The storm swept over tbe city cemet
ery, wrecking costly monuments, tore
down trees for 200 feel and turned and
went up Jamaica avenue for a half
Wile, demolishing trees, telephone poll
and trolley wires. A street car filled
with ' passenger was struck and a
number injured. '
Gbafton, N. 1A, July 14. A cyclone
at O'Douuellseu, six miles from here,
Is reported this afternoon, about three
rods wide: At a schoolhouse, near by,
people were at church aud heard it
coming. It first struck a large machin
ery shed, lifted It up and turned it
around, then dropped it in a grove five
rods away, twisting the machinery out
of shape. It then struck a large two
story frame dwelling tweuty yards
away; whirling it around In the air,
then letting it fall on one corner,
breaking it to pieces. There were five
persons in It. The mother was eittlug
on tbe porch with her baby in her
arms. While In the air she dropped
the babe and was carried thirty ' feet,
both uninjured. : A twelve year old
girl was badly hurt. The fourth was
carried 100 feet and dropped in a grove,
badly hurt, but frill recover. The ser
vant girl was badly hurt. Evertbiug
la the house was smashed Into frag
ment. There is much damage east of
her, reports osiniug iu that grain Is
Before Judge Gilbert.
BAN FRANCISCO, July 13. -The
government will try to rush the Stan
ford suit through tbe appellate court.
Judge McKissick, who is handling the
legal end of tbe oae, has been ordered
to force the eMi in the United HUtes
appellate court here. ', He will file bis
appeal next ' week.' ordinarily the
case would iioi. lie tried until October,
but since the government is so am lous
to force Biattcrs. a special session will
t preiVd over by the United States
Y'trcuit Judge- Gilbert, of Oregon.
ildge Hawley of Nevada and Judge
Morrow of this district will be his as
sociates. '. ' ' ' vw
' Debt Limit Evceeded. .'
TACOMA,v July. I2.-As a result of
tbe request made by the council, the
city treasurer, and controller today
.ulmillted reprfj' of the financial
standing of Taoomn, in Umi effect that
'he legal debt limit has been exceeded
by 1902,000. : An effort will be made to
Icgallx -tb debt by. a special elvOtlou.
; . Ashlsn l Mine Sold.
JACKSONVILLE, Or., July 13.
The Ashland mine, which has 1 een in
litigation one way and another on ac
count of financial difficulties ."luce Isst
February, was sold today; foreclosure
proceedings, to Kinney & Provost, for
$20,032 45. The ditch from Wagner
creek, and 160 acres of timber land be
longing to the mine, were also bought
by Kinney & Provost, for J1000. A
petition for an injunction was preda
ted to Judge Hanna by H. F. Coffin
and 53. F; Drlggs, attorneys, today,
just previous to the sale, based upon a
claim of $2050 for labor. The Injunc
tion was asked on the allegation of
fraud aud insolvency, charging collu
sion on the part of the judgmentcredi
tors, and failure to keep an agreement
extending time. The petition was de
nied, however, and an agreement en
teren into whereby tbe the judgment
creditor were to bid in the property
and hold the same in trust for; the
owners aud other creditors.. In tbe
meantime, work Is to be resumed, and
tbe proceeds applied to the payment
of all claims in their order. This is re
garded as a very happy settlement for
all parties interested, and the prospects
indicate that within a year all debts
will be paid and the owners will again
resume possession of their property.
It is. understood, however, that this
agreement and disposition of the mat
ter leaves an indebtedness in the ag
gregate far iu excess of tbe amount of
sale and which is wholely unprovided
" ; y FasT fhcyele Races.
PORTLAND, July! 13.-Five thou
sand people wetit to tbe Portland Am
ateure Athletic Club ground;tbis after
noon to witness the bicycle meet held
under the auspices of the Oregon Road
; John F. Campbell, of Spokane, won
tbe tw mile open class B race iu 5:11,
establishing a record for the north
west. Guy C. Brown, of Spokane,
covered the half mile class B In IKS,
breaking the northwest record. M. J.
W, of , the P. A. A. C. broke the
Northwest record for one mile class B
men, going it btSs IJr'fr. ':,
,r ' ' - v ,
V Settlers on the Upper Santiam.
HALEM. July if John Butter-
worth, in behalf of thS citizens of the
upper Santiam valley; will call on
Senators Mitchell iatid Mc Bride In
Portland tomorrow, asking them to
use their influence to have exempted
from the leserve that portion lying
near the terminus of the Oregon
Central A Eastern railroad. Settlers
in that section feel that further devel
opment s prevented by the existence
of the reserve, and congr-ss will be
petitioued to remove tbe obstruction.
Blown into Pieces.
ASTORIA, Or., July 13.-Vord
was received this evening that James
Fish, a Clatekaiiine rancher, was
killed Wednesday last, at bis home,
by an explosion of giant powder.
Fish bad a large quantity of power on
the upper floor of his residence, and is
thought to have been moving it when
tbe explosion occurred. The house
was completely demolished on tbe
second floor, and the unfortu
nate rancher was blown into frag
ments. ,; ;
TACOMA, July 13.-The j'ury In
the suit of Frauds A. Hefllu, a dry
goods salesman aeainst the Northern
Pacific railroad for (40,000 dan' ages
sustained In breaking his leg by falling
through an insctire wharf in this city,
returned a verdict this morning of
$5000. The ease was tried in the.
United States .federal court, and was
hotly contested by the railroad oom-
py, i , ;
AUSTIN, Tex., July isAttorney
General Crane, In an opinion which
will be sent County Attorney Gillespie
at Dallas, tonight or Monday, will
bold that the- Corhctt-Fltzsimmons
light Is Illegal; aud that the law must
lie enforced until declared void or .In
operative ;by iie supreme court. ,
, . , r?-"1- 1
; - Probably Fatal Fall. .
PENDLEtON July H.-The six
year old aok W Ed Allen, the propria,
tor ot the l,lden Mule hotel, fell down
a winding siuiruuy. Iwl? stories high,
and struct hie hiud im I he hard floors
a distance of forty ' feet below.;; The
boy will proUiily die. lie has' not re
gained cousclousiiensit, ,' :
4 Convict Killed. ' ,';' .
WALLA, WALLA, July 13 Will.
lam Ellis, tine of the convict to tbe
penlteuflary here, was stabbed to
death by Williuui Harris !i, a fellow
prisoner, yesterday afternoon.. -
Highest of all in Lawiing Power.
II Y Vv J Mr tvJ 1i im
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, Circuit Court.
The adjourned term of circuit court
presided over by Judge Hewitt, com
menced Its session Monday aud the
following cases were disposed of:
Pacific HUtes Baviug's L A B Co. vs
Horatio Nelson, et ai, foreclosure of
WIVawter vsWH Beidler, et al,
injunction; settled, ,,; ;l! :''
The German Saving A Loan Boclety
vs Tbe Portland Construction Co.
foreclosure of mortgage; judgment by
default, ., ,
M B Reeves vs John Isom, et el fore
closure of Mortgage; judgment by de
fault. ::; ! " ; '' :-'',"
In the matter of tbe assignment of
E Glllkey A Titus, Insolvents, assign
meat; continued. .
M J Churchill vs George Finley,fore
closure of mortgage; continued. " '
EHBIauohard vs James G Boalln,
et al, foreclosure of mortgage; judg
ment by default. :..., ',7 V ..
In the matter of assignment of RN
Thompson, insolvent, assignmeuton
tinued. ; r .-. "--
Iu the matter of the assignment of C
E Rockwell, insolvent, assignment;
In the matter of tbe assignment of
M E Hearn, insolvent, assignment;
continued. , -
John C Roe vs Vinnie 0 Simmons,
et al; foreclosure of mortage; judgment
by default. . ' , , . .
Olivia B Beaton vs Benjamin Cutler,
et at, foreclosure ' af mortgage; Judg
ment by default. - , :
Ellen F West vs Emma Harvey, et
al, par lion; decree of partition.
W T Porter vs J C Hasslef ; fore
closure of mortgage; settled.
Assignment of FC Ayres A Co.;
sign men t; contlnumed. - , ; '
Assignment of Isaac Beam, assign
Assignment of Propst A Butler; as-
slgnineut continued. ' "
Asssgnment of A F Hamilton; as
Assignment of Clark Bros.; assign
Assignment of W B Graham; assign
ment continued. , u. . , ,
Assignment of Albertina Krlesel;
Assignment of George W Bmitb; as
P J Porter vs John C Elder; paati-
tlon, continued. ,.,
A number of confirmations ol sale
were made. '
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will
purify your Blood, clear your com
plectlon, regulate your Bowels and
make your head clear as a bell. 25c,
60c., and $1.00. Bold by N. W. Smith.
' ; : Probate Court.
In estate of Owen Kees, final hear
ing' had on JulyS.
' In estate of H. Worrel, personal pro
perty was ordered set aside for use of
In the estate of Nanoy Marks, J. H.
Marks was appointed administrator.
Accounts were filed and approved In
estates of Margaret Meyers, a minor,
John Fagan, C.C. Snyder, a minor, A.
In estate of Lyda Morgan petition to
sell real property filed. Citation re
turnable Aug. S. .
In estate of Thos Morgan petition to
sell real property was filed. Citation
issued for August S.
In estate of Olney Fry, sr., report of
sale of real property filed-
In estate of James McMahau, real
estate was released from admlnistra-
lien. ; ,.,.:'
W C Cooley wass appointed guard
ian of Clyde Snyder. Bond $0000.
In estate of W A Bishop, Hannah
R Bishop waaappolnted administrator,
bond $4000, .
In estate of Louis F Hammer, ap
Iuestate of L Gerhard, upon petition
ofC Meyer administrators were or
dered cited to appear on Augusts, at
ft a. m., and show cause etc.
KARL'B CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood purifier gives fresbn
and clearness to the Complectlon and
cures Constipation, 26 Cts., 60 vis., $1.
SoWby N. W.HuiUU.
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
,,! His 103rd Birthday. .
Hosea Brown, the only survivor .of
the war of 1812 Oil Hie Pacific const,
will celebrate bis 103 birth day ut the .
home of his grandson, Orr Brown,
near Wllderville In this county, on tho
18th of this month. The old gentle
mau was born in New Hampshire unit :
came west into Ohio when about
twenty years of age. He'. was only
some twenty days in actual service, In
the second war with Johnny Bull,
but the government grinds him $50 11
month pension. He has been helplws
now! for about eight years and whan
Harrison was elected iu 1688, Hosea
was brought to the polls In a chair to
vote: for him, being preceeded hy 11.
baud of uiubIc.' This was at Drain, in
this state. The ceiiientrian, although
very deaf, loves to talk of old times
when he was a boy and has a memory
as perfect as in childhood.- i tie never
-married but once, his wife leaving him
for the great beyond at the age or
sixty-five, some thirty-five years ago.'
Grant's Pass Courier.
Case Identified as the Train Robber.
Evidence toconvit James Case, the
mad who is now in jail along with '
John Pool, charged With the looting
of the Southern Pacific continues to
pile up. He has been positively-identified
by Mall Clerk Herinao,"'vh'o",i ns
In charge of .(he postal car 'dli 'ftiu-i
- This makes the fourth person who .
positively Identifies, Case. Fireman
Gray, Brakeiuan Norman mid n puss
enger, T. ti Arrousey, have nil posi
tively Identified Case as the nmn who
held them up Engineer Waite is not
q so positive.' "He . says lhat Caseseeins'
to be the man, hut ne will not swear
that be is. The Wells-Fargo express
messenger, Ralph M. Donahue, cannot
identify Case. He saw him at Rose
burg some days ago, and was not cert
ain that he was tbe man who stuck a
a pistol pistol under his uose in 1 ho
express car. The case against Pool is
not so strong, because he remained
outside and was not seen.
- : A Big Premium.
Col. Jeff jyieyers was up Tuesday.
He stated to us that the stuto fair
managers have concluded to offer a
premium of $250 for the best exhibit
by any county, barring Marion, at the
fair, of; grain, grasses, fruits, veget
ables and minerals. This omnium
Linn county can easily wiu, if ehe
will get a move on. Our o nii.ty court
and commissioners ouuld well afi'ort 10
take the matter in hand umi collect
tbe neoesiary material for the exhibit.
Mr, Meyers informed us that the ex
hibit is to be taken care of so Unit it
Will become permanent and properly
labled, would be of lasting benefit.
By all means let Linn county com
pete for and wlu tne prize. Selo
Tbe Albany Democrat says is rend
ers will remember u shooting aftitlr
occurred iu Bchmeer's livery stuhlo
two or three years ago. Charles Denny
obtained a license for his uwrhigo
with Miss Mellie Smith, hut she re
fused to marry him at the time. They
met. nt Mr. Bchiuecr's wheie the
shooting ooonred. As a result Mr.
Denny was sentenced to the peniten
tiary for a year, A few days ago an
other license was issued by I'onnty
Clerk Need hum for the marriage of
the. same couple, and the wedding
look place July 6, at the home of H. J.
Potatoes have gone up and there is a
prospect for a good crop.
The . Fourth pasted quhtly here,
there being no one left 16 celebratd.
Ebert Munsey has a bad case of
blood poising In his foot, , .
Anna Blaoklaw will, leach the fall
term of school; commencing after hop
picking. Canada tried to secure her,
but Tennessee won the prize,
Last Saturday night B. Wallace at
tended a meeting in the till ei iiaele, af
ter which be started for his horse, and
found it gone, son e one else having
taking it to ride home.
John Bwiuk has built a new double
hop dryer. ,
Hop lies are Increasing.
W. Davis and C. M. McKnight have
been working on the prairie.
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