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LEBANON, OREGON, JULY 26, 1895.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
ill"'l'uH iu ariVanee. tl .w !r year.)
Geo. V. MrRriilM Senators
John II. Miteheli.i "
Kingcr Hermann Congressman.
William I'. Urd ..Oovrrnor
H. R. KI'W; ....Secretary of Slate
Mill Mctselian Treasurer
U. M. Irwin, Sunt. Publiii Instruction
II. W 1ikI State Printer j
It. 8. tit -aim, i
Wm. I . Lord, Supreme Jud,rjs
it. B. beau, )
, , J. N. Duncan
I). F. Hurdman
...J. A. McFeroii
..-.A. It. Rutherford
,.,.P. (4. N orris
W. F. Heaklns
E. T. T. Fisher
I!. A. Juyne
j John Pugli
" ) 3. M. Waters
MAY OH M.A, MILLEIt
KKCOKKKU W. K. ItltOWS.
CITY ATTORNEY S. M. GARLANI".
MAKStiAl V. W. MOKCA.
K. 8. KAlXtLEElbH,
IS. H. MY KKS.
l G. W.UKli.
City Council meets u Hie first and third
Tuesday evenings of each month.
LIS X TENT. S". ", K. 0. T, M.-Mcel In G. A.
R. Hull on TI.un.iWy evcidiur or each week.
Transient Sir Kuirhia lire cordially touted to
visit Hie Tent uiiicUwf.
J. A. Lakbshsoh, Com,
lino. W. KKK, B. K-
tlOSOR LOI'tiK, Ko. W. A. 0. U. W.-MeeU
ter; riiwday evculm at G.A.R.Ilall.
W. A. Mai twe.
LEBANON LllIKiK, SO. . 1. O. 0. F.-MoeU
sn.ry sattiMny evening at CKid Fellow" Hall, at
A. F.. DAVIS, N. G.
w. c. I'trriiitsos, Swt'j.
fEAitl.lttillil'CA LODliE, NO. 47. 1. 0. 0. .
Hue W at I. 0. 0. F Hull lint "d ""W Weduet
flay evening ufe''!i month.
MR. CLARA UUYLK, N. G.
MISS RATHE BIMIWIN, Secl'y.
U'BAStiA- LOIKIE Si.. 44 A. F. 4 A. M.-MMU.
,t,uurdyev(Mitiii:.n or before the full mouu tu
aclj mouth. ' M.KOiile Hull, Cor. Slum and
Grant . H'ljoiirntns brcltaru corolally Invltoi)
K. K.HUUMK,U. II,
a. 0. Wal ace. tee.
UKNL MKIUi.S CAMP. So. It, Dlvlnlon of Ore
gon, Skin, ot Vlonun-Meet hiO. A. R. Hall,
tvery Suitmluy evening, exocut Uie third
Saturday ol each nwnlli, meeting the third Fri
Uay instead. All blethers of the Sous or Vet
eraun and erauradoaof Hie . A. K. are cordially
tuviuiil to u.i el with the Camp.
E. G. CAKXi Cut.
A. Tk-V. First Sett.
IIINA it. W VJi'T HIVK, NO. 1, L. O. T. H
jlueuioiithfJd. li and H' Friday evenlim of
.a,d, mithai'iir.a.alO. A. R. Hall. Trau
Blent Udy Maeealieea ore Ourdlally luvlted to
A. A. HVDE. Lady It. K.
n Kai.thi. Lady Com.
SAM'L M. .OAKLAND.
Weatiwtord S Wyatt,
ATTORN EYS -AT - LAW,
W.R SI LYE U,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
W. M. BROWN,
Dr. H. L. Parish,
P 1IYSJ CI AX AND S URGE ON,
Otlli and Realdetice In the
St. Charted, Hotel,
I.EDASON. - .- - - OREGON.
Mis T H. Hawkins. Chattanooga
T.-im snys, "Slnloli's Vltaliaer
'rA VED MY LIFE.' I consider it the
best remedy for a debilitated system I
cv, r used.'1 Knr D,va epsia, Liver or
Kidney iroulile It excels, f rlo T6cti.
bold by X. W. ButUh,
Reader, did you ever take Bdwoni
Liver Rbgulator, the "Kino or
Liver Medicines?" Everybody needi
take a liver remedy. It is a sluegish or
diseased liver that impairs digestion
and causes conntipation, when thewasts
that should be carried off remains in
tiie body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is doe to s
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 then trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Regulator is better thak Pills. It
does not gripe, nor weaken, bnt ereatly
refreshes and strengthens.
Every package uaa the Bed Z
stamp on the wrapper. J. H.
ZeUin & Co., Philadelphia.
A Clubbing Offer.
A great many of our readers Liun
county like to take the weekly Oregon
iun. We have made arrangements
whereby we can furnish it at a reduct
ion from the regular price to those who
want both the Express and the
Ori'gnuian. The regular price l the
Oregoniaii h (l.Odper year, and of the
Exl'Kiitis $1.50 when in advance. We
will furnish both f r JJi per year In
advance a saving of one dollar to the
sulmcritier. The Oregoniau gives all
the general news of the country onoe a
week, and the Express gives all the
lui'.il news once a week, which will
mn lie a most excellent news service
fur the moderate turn of $2. per year.
Those ho are at present subscribers
f the KxPREts must pay iu all arrear
ages and one year lu advance to nbtaiu
thin special price.
East and South
THE SHASTA RODTE
Southern Pacific Co.
Express traitib leave Purtlai.d daily:
li::i r. M. : i,v... Portland Ar. I f:W aTm
l- : HI r. M. Lv...AM.any.. ..Ar. i 4:S0'A. M
10:15 a. u. Ar.San l-'raiieisen Lv 7:00 P. M
'l'tie nbove lral;s stop u! E'tst P"rt
hi ml, Oregon City, Wmdhuru, Bulein,
Turner, M hi inn, Jefferann, Albany,
AHiuny Junetioti, 'l'angenl, ritiedd,
111, Isn-y, Hiirrisburg, JuiK'l iott City,
Ii vinir, Eugene, Creswell, Drains tind
all stations from Jtoxehurg south to
and including Ashland,
Iloseluirfr mail daily:
fi:.10 A. M.Tl,v ..Portland Z.Ar.'ft M TCff.
I2:i1 1'. H. Lv...All.any Ar. 1 :15 r. u.
6:60 p. . I Ar...I(0feimrg..Lv. 8:00. .
Iwal pasaenger trains daily (except
:20a. Lv...Albany Ar.
H:10A. . Ar...lhauon....Lv.
4:ao p. H. Lr...Albany Ar.
6:20 p.m. Ar...Lctianon ...Lr.
9:40 A. H.
6:46 p. Jf.
Dining Cars on Ogden Route.
Pullman Buffot Sleepers
Becond-Clas8 Sleeping Cars At
tached to all Through Trains.
Went Hlda I1 vlalon.
BKTU EE PoiiruHS AND (JOXVALUS.
"7:80 A. M. fLv...Poriiand ...Ar. I 6:36 A. M.
12:16p. m. I Ar...0orvalli. .Lv. 1:00p. m.
At Alhanv and (orvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Pacific ruilroad.
Express train-daily (except Sunday):
T:40"p. mTTlv... Portland ...Ar. j 8:26 i
7:36 p. m. I Ar.McMiiinvllteLr I 6:60i
THROUGH TICKETS T-" P"f lnr.llie
Eastern States. Can
ada and Europe can be obtained at lowest
raws from I. A. Bennett, agent, Lebanon.
K. K0EHLEK, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS. Asst. 0. F. Fass. Agt.
All persons knowing themselves In
debted to me will please call and settle
at once, either by cash or a note, as I
have sold out and wish te close up my
books, to Kirmwijiw-
SENATE BILL No. 213
OREGON SNEW CAME LAWS
The Hunting anil Fishing Season
Is on and It Is Well
to Know What the
Senate bill No. 213 which was passed J
last session of the legislature und is
now a low, en'brucw practically all
the legal restrictions surrounding the
hunter and fisherman's amusement.
Following is a synopsis of every sec
tion, except such portion as relates to
the duties of the fish and game 1
Elk, moose or mountain sheep can
not be hunted or killed from Decem
ber 1, to August 1, and must not be
killed any time for skin, hide, horns,
Spotted fawu must not be killed at
Deer must tint he killed from De
cember 1, to August 1, nor at any
time during the year In t lie ni-lit
time-between one hour after sunset
and one hour before sunrise.
Deer or elk must not be pursued
No person shall Like, kill, inj ire or
destroy grouse, pheasants, Mongolian
pheasant, quail, partridge from De
cember 1 to September I. Prairie
chickens may be killed July, August
and September. Mongolia!) pheasant
must not be killed at any time east of
the Cascade mountains.
Game birds must not be killed for
sale except from October 15, to Novem
ber 15. No person shall kill iu one
day more than twenty birds and no
person shall sell or ofter for si le, or
have lu cold storage more than Ave
days after the open season closes any
elk, dee', trout, grouse, pheusants
Mongollou pheasant, geese, duck or
Common carriess arc made liable for
carrying out of the statute or having
for shlppment except for breeding or
exhibition purposes any game birds.
No one shall trap, net or eusnareuny
quail or "bobwhite," prairie chicken,
grouse or pheasant or have them in
possession except for hceedini; pur
poses. No person shall remove eggs from
the nests of wild ducks of auy kind, or
other game birds or wild fowl, or have'
them in poes.-sslou.
No person shall have in possesion
any male or female deer, fawu, elk,
moose, or mountain sheep, or any
mountain, brook or lake trout ut any
time when it is unlawful to kill tlte
No person shall from November 1,
to April I, catch, kill or have in posses
sion auy mountain, lake or brook
trout. No person shall take suiil fish
at any time w ith seine, wire net or
other device except hook and line.
No person shall use a sink box for
shooting ducks, goose, swan, etc., or
any battery or swivel gun.
Nobody shall build or use any blind
or other structure in any public w aters
more than 100 reet from shore ior th
purpose of shooting water fowl.
No person, after night, shall tire off
auy gun or build any fire or flush any
lhjtbt or burn any illuminating sub
stance on lake or river margins, by
the aid of which to shoot water fowl,
(Curry county exempt.)
No person shall kill or have In pos
session or oSer for sale any wild swan
or wild duck between March 15, and
No person shall use drugs, charms
or powders or explosive material of
any kind for the purpose of killing or
Dams on streams frequented by food
fishes must be provided with fish
ways. Sawmill auil I he like must not
dump sawdust lu streams or where
high water will curry Into fish
No person shall kill or destroy or
have In possession except for breeding
purposes any nlgliteugsle, skylark,
thrush, linnet or other song bird; or
remove from tha nests or destroy the
eggs of said birds.
The sea gull must not be molested.
No person shall enter growing grain
Dot his own for hunting puiposes, nor
permit his dog to do so, without pro
per consent; no person Bhoot upou or
from the public highway.
Violations of the foregoing provi
sions are declared to be misdemeanors
and are punishable by fine of (25 to
aud ousts, or uuprisouuieut In lieu
In the mutter of the Oregon Mctulic
Paint Co, assignment continued.
Assignment of the Oriental Tea Co;
T J ColTinan, assign', vs J T Smith
et ul, foreclosure of chattel mortgage;
continued until September!), when It
will lie tried. W W Francis appointed
i O Itushness vs Frank D Wood et
al, foreclosure if mortgage; continued.
II Bryant vs J M South, foreclosure
nf mortgage; Judgement by default.
David Link vs I N and L A Woodle,
et al, foreclosure of mortgage; judg
ment for plaintiff.
Milton Hale vs WlU'aui Hunter, et
al, eimflrmaiion; csnllrmed, purchaser
lo be put iu possession on 10 days no
tice. Deed to be made in 4 months.
Albany lluilding & Loan Associa
tion vs H R Miller, et nl, foreclosure
of mortgage; judgment by default.
W L Vance vs Red Crown Roller
Mills and John R Stockman; demurrer
of J R Stockman sustained.
J H Simpson vsJ A McFeron; dis
missed at cost of plaintiff, i
J W Gaines vs W H Ramsey et al,
foreclosure; tried and judgment for
plaintiff aud defendant J L Ingram.
Anglo American Land Mortgagt and
Agency Co., vs J S Hollida et al, fore
closure of mortgage; judgment by de
futilt as to J L Hollida, Anna Hollida,
Lombaid Ins. Co., J P Rector, W W
Adams, Ah Foo aud Edward Wash
burn. Motion to appoint W C Twee
dale to take possession overruled.
Nettie McCune, vs J H MeCutie, di
Honeyman, DeHart & Co, a corpora
tion, vs Matthews & Vvashburn and S
W Dodd, suit for Injunction and re
ceivership; decree and findings. Re
ceiver was ordered Upturn over money,
notes and accounts in his hands to the
defendant S W Dodd after deducting
Court adjourned until September A.
SHILOH'S CURE is sold on a
guarantee. It cures Incipient Con
sumption. .It is the best Cough Cure
Only one cent a dose 25cts., 50ct.,
and (1.00. Sold by N. W Smith.
Will Make a Case.
Speaking of the arrest of Doc Daven
port, which took place on last Thurs
day, the Oregonlan says: "Doc" Dav
enport, the counterfettr, who on bis
lust appearance in the United States
court here told such a plausible story
thou'; having been enticed into mak
ing counterfeit dollars by a special ag
ent, who was putting up a job on him,
aud who thereby secured blsdicharge,
is now lo have another examination
on a charge of aiding the Jennings
brothers in making several thousand
dollars' "worth" of bogus gold coin.
The Jennings found they were being
watched, aud fled to Nevada, where
they were arrested for a simlar offense
and they have confessed that Daven
port planned the scheme aud showed
llicm how to make the bogus coin aud
to gild It. When they left their cabin
In the Ciiscudea they left a big can full
of tins sort of coin, which has since
disappeared, and the supposition Is
that confederates hive stolen It and
put it in oirculution. Davenport served
one term for counterfeiting, and so is
liable to do wicked things, but it is not
safe to hold him guilty because others
have made a vicarious confession of
KHILOH'S CURE, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, is In great demand.
Pocket size contains twenty-five only
25c. Children love It. Sold by N. W
One From Nickcll.
Charley Nlckell Bays In his paper,
the Jacksonville Times: "When the
bree.y, blooming bloomers are univer
sally the go, bow will tailors press the
creases iu them, I should like to
know? When the baby's head Is nod
ding and It wants to take a nop, how
can mamma lull her darling iu
bifurcated lap? Ifow can Bridget shoo
the chickens with no skirt to flop and
fliu;r, when the creutures go to grub
bing in tiie garden In the spring? But
the question mi st annoying that our
speculations hatch: ( an she vie with
men in action when she goes to strike
LACE, lack, laoe. Just received a
new and Luge supply of dress laces
courie aud line lineu lace. Ladies
shoes, coarse ui.d llnepilso outing Han
uels and shitiugs ut such price that
competition is not lu tl, at the Racket
Ladies if yoiuirc thinking of getting
a pair of sink's or a new dress next
week, ou wilt want to know where to
get the best for the least uKtiey. Mr
ikr always earrWt lbs kfTk
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latett 17. S. Gov't Report
R. S. STRAHAN IS DEAD
WELL KNOWN LAWYER AND
Jurist Falls Dead on His Office Steps
An Important Figure Re
moved From the His
PORTLAND, July 21.-Judge R. 8.
Strahun died suddenly lu this city this
forenoon, of apoplexy. Judge Strahan
left bis home at 8 o'clock to meet the,
members of the supreme court on their
way home from Pendleton, apparently
in good health, iu fact appeared more
active than usual. After meeting the
judges he weut toward his office In
the Abbington block. As the elevator
was not down he started to walk up.
On the second flight of stairs he fell
and was dead when found by the jani
tor shortly afterward. A blood vessel
had burst in his head. -
Judge Struhau was one of the best
known public men of Oregon, having
been Identified in a prominent man
ner with the state since 1864. His life
was full of interest. It began in 183'i
In Kentucky. In 1841 he moved with
his parents to Missouri where he spent
the most of his boyhood. In 1805 he
began the study of law with his uucle,
R. F. Caubernury in Kentucky and
was admitted to the bar In 1858. He
returned to Missouri iu 1359 aud was
appointed probate judge the same
year, serving four yeaay. In 1864 he
left for Oregon, which lie has made
bis home, until his death. He first
resided at (,'orvallis. In 1868 he was
elected district attorney, serving for
two years, aud represented Benton
county in the senate from 1870 to 1872.
In 1876 be moved to Albany, forming
a partnership with L. Bilyeu. He
was elected supreme judge in 1886 serv
ing for six years, and displaying a
legal erudition that made his position
on the supreme bench an important
one iu Oregon history. Upon retiring
from the bench he moved to this city
and formed a partnership with Judge
Whally and M. L, Pipes. He was
married in 1861 to Sarah H. Wilson.
Four children resulted, two of whom
survive. They were separated by di
vorce a couple years auo, and Mrs.
Strahun now resides lu Atlanta, Ga,
He was a man of marked legal abil
ity and built up a large practice reach
ing over the entire state. At the time
of Ills death he was a member of the
firm of Dolpb, Mallory, Simon 4 Stra
han, having retired from the firm of
Whally, Strahan & Pipes. Ho was a
member of tho Masons and A. O. U.
W. Mrs. Strahan was telegraphed for
and ll Is thought the burial will not
take place till she arrives.
... How Hart Escaped,
SEATTLE, July 20. It has been
learned that Frank J. Hart, a notori
ous bunco steerer, who broke jail last
March with the desperado, Tom
Blanck, finally made good his escape
by being sent In a box to Pusco, on the
Northern Pacific. The day after the
delivery there was shipped from the
freight office here a 200 pound trunk,
consigned by A. W. Boylo to himself
at Pusco, From that time the box lay
undisturbed In the freight house at
Pasco until a few days ago, when, in
checking up, Traveling Auditor Weir
discovered how the scheme had been
worked. There was nothing in the
box but a few gunny sacks aud a bot
tle of wine. When the box was de
livered the hour was after midnight,
and escape from the loiely freight
house was easy. From Pusco the bun
co steerer made for Spokane, where It
Is said he was met by John Bonsidelne,
the dunce-hull man, whosiipplied hhn
with money and sent him to Portland,
Oregon. Hurt was headed for Mexico,
but fell slek at Kalem, Oregon, where
be was again supplied with funds. On
recovering he weut south, and at last
crossed the line Into bis refuge. Hart
wasuuilur seven years' sentence for
flluifiuuiwihg two Swede girls In this
Drowned in the Willamette.
EUGENE, July 20Brucc, the 1 1,
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. f.
Black, drowned In the Wlllnmct:a
neat this city between one and two
o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Black is
employed In the sawmill, and the la y
had carried his father's dinner to him,
as he was in the habit of doing, but
did not return home promptly. 1! s
hat was found Heating among the lo'S
In the boom, ai d, after a short search,
the body was found.
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney J. M.
Williams was arrested and taken I
Junction City last evening to answer
to a charge of assault with Intent tu
commit rape upon Mrs. G. O. Powell,
who swore to the eomplaut herseli'.
Williams, demanded a hearing im
mediately, which was had last even
Ing. The complaining witness wt.
the only one examined, and the casj
was dismissed by the justice. It in
said to have been a case of blakemuli,
aud in this belief Williams is support
ed by many .among whom is the father
of the woman.
Through Flames to Safety.
UTICA, N.Y.,July 20.-The pas
sengers on the Montreal express on
the Adirondack A St. Louis railroad,,
due last evening at Utlca, had a thril
ling experience. As the train rounded
a curve on a heavy down grade, seven
miles above the chain of lakes,, when)
ex-President Harrison is speuding tho
summer, Engineer William Brossel, of
Ulica, saw, 500 feet in front of him, u,
trestle a quarter of a mile long envel
oped in flames. The flames were
shooting twenty feet above the track.
It was Impossible to stop the train be
fore the trestle was reached. With
lightning like decision the engineer
threw the throttle wide open. The
train rushed swaying through the
flames and stopped on the other side.
Before it came to a standstill the burn
ing trestle fell In a heap of ruins on
the rocks fifty feet below. There were
seventy-six passengers on the train.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 20. C. B.
Henderson, the commercial traveler
of Rochester, New York, who murd
ered Clarence Barr last Saturday, has
made a statement regarding the crime.
He says that Barr struck him, and
that he drew his pooketknlfe to frigh
ten his antagonist with rather than to
injure him. When Barr approached
him the second time, Henderson said
he flourished his knife without intend
ing to Injure Barr, and was surprised
when he found that he had stubk;! , -
the man. Henderson still refuses to
tell anything about bis family or his r
bis business affairs iu the East, His
wife aud three children he says, are at
present with his mother-in-law at
Buffalo. He refuses to tell the numu
of the firm for which he has traveled,
SALEM, July 19,-Hou. J. H,
Raley , member of tbe board of regents 1
of the Weston normal school, and at
torney for the board, arrived today to
file a mandamus in the Marlon county
circuit court on Becretary Klucaid.
The papers direct that the secretary
turn over to Treasurer vlamleson, of
the board of regents, $12,000 appro
priated by the last legislature for the
maintenance of the school, and 1400(1
for lands and Improvements. After a
consultation with the secretary, At
torney Raley stated that, by request ,
of the secretary the filling of papers
would be postponed a few days. The
secretary wishes to consult with the
attorney-general before another man
damus suit Is begun,
Drowned Like Rati In a Hole.
GENOA, July 21.-The Italian
steamers Ortegi and Maria P were In
collision -iff thelsladelTlnto at tho
entrance of Gulf of Genoa today. The
latter sank, aud 148 passengers were
A Watermelon Social,
The ladles of tbe Cumberland Pres
byterian church in this city, bavo or
dered 200 pounds of Watermelons from
California, aud will hold a social as
ooo as they arriv Wkbib hi Mmoi