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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1893)
MAYOR.;. St. A. M1U.EK.
RECORPKK K. M. MII.LKK.
TREASURER. J. A. R0KKRT6.
.MARSHAL. J. V. MOKUAK.
- K.& VAUiLEISH.
City Council meets on the lirst and third
Tuesday evening of each month.
tollmviiit; is the docket for the Circuit
Court convening at Albany next Monday :
There are 98 old cases, tallowing are t he
W H Hanless vs A Yulrumorc
aion of personal property.
H B Hoyei to A B and Dehia McDonald ;
U h tiahin vs Swan Bras: recovery money.
Calif. Vineyard Co vb Carl Bender; recov
ery DMMiey, attachment
Assignment A F Hamilton.
R Gobi vs G W Keeney; recoaery money,
Solicitors Loan 4 Trust Co vs Wm and 6
A J Hawk; foreclosure.
Fortmiuer Irving-itBB Cole; recov
ery ti-oney, attachment
Harrislmrg Water Power Co vj Ella aud
W FSlendeudalt; to condemn rightof way.
John Dodge vs P W a organ; possession
AlseyRayvsJ F. Clark et al; recovery
W BDonaca t al vs C C Hackleman;
H M Beal, receiver, vs J E and C Clark;
recovery money, attachment
Deyoe i Robson vs Frank Wood; recov
ery money, attachment
Oregon ex re! H Mendenhall vs Harrig
fcurf; Water Power Co; to enforce injunction.
J VS' Gaines nJEU Clark
J E Haynert Co vs A Croft; recovery
Linn Co National Rank nCO Burkhart;
lecovery money, attachment
Linn Co National Rank rs F A and C G
Burkhart; recovery money, attachment.
tt l. baoin vs ueo r mley ; recovery mon
B L Sabin vs Fiuley & Brandon: recovery
DMOsborn&Co vs T J Montgomery;
recovery money, attachment
D H Osborn iCorsTJ Montgomery et
at; recovery money, attachment
first National Bank of Portland v Linn
Co National Bank; recovery money.
R B Brown vs Alex and G F Hamld; re
covery money, attachment
Wad hams ft Cots I B Beam.
J A Crawford vs I Beam; recovery mon
Bosenfteld, Smith A Co vs I B Beam ; re
eaveiy money, attachment
Archie Gardner vs Wm Logus et ox; to
Fannie Ken vs Jos T Neff; divorce.
Annie Vulgsmore rs Arthur T Vulga
more; divorce. ,
A rHcketshnrg vsG Finley; recovery mon-
a. staple va V C Jackson; possession
Maston Davis vs G W Porclfull; recov
ery money, attachment
Channesa & Blepar Bros vs D C Shepherd
at ; lorecloeurr lien.
v vi uianing w fliiUips; recovery
t -fteckenateio A Meyer vs 1. 1 Kies et al;
recovery ot money.
Cathcr va J If Williams et al; recovery
paulding If ft Co vs J t Cowan as Bank
of Lebanon; recovery money, attachment
- Jfary Bercaw vs John W Bercaw; di
vorce. City of Albany vs A A Hawley; recovery
City of Albany "HI Keller; recovery
City of Albany vs W B Warner; recovery
City of Albany rs Chester Skeeia; recur
Cry of money.
frank Zimmerman vs John Hometscb ; to
et aside attachment and for damages:
4,izxie Blakely rs Cfaas 8 Blakely ; divorce.
HP and Mary Miller va I H and L A
w"oodle; recovery money, attachment
Isaies Nanny vs Louisa A Bcukmier et
Cruwn i Ueniies vs Marry Wilson; re
covery money, attachment
Crason Memie vs Wilson ft Chase; re
covery money, attachment
Richard A Rutherford vs Hannah E
.,?. "'"' Ti B""k Oregon,
ituuu, U . B. Thompson ; loiedosure.
C H Biewartet al vs W J Brace ft
fiuMMion iiersonai property.
unn ,o national Rank vsCG Burkhart:
TARIFF AND INCOME TAX.
The Ways and Bfeaas CsmmtttM Coasld
rioc Muui.nttiu. PruMeasa,
The committee on ways and means,
having closed its hearings and its doors,
is now discussing the question of raising
the revenue. The large redaction which
it is intended to make in the tariff rates,
and which will cause a large fulling off
of revenue lief ore it goes into operation,
renders it necessary to substitute some
method of meeting tins deficit. The
Democratic members of the ways aud
means are not in complete accord at
present as to how the revenue required
BUall be raised. Several member of the
committee, including llcJIillin, Turner
and Bryan, are in favor of increasing the
tax on distilled spirits from BO cents to
$1.23 a gallon. They assume that this
will increase the revenue on this article
from fm.lHJIUHm, estimated for the next
fiscal year, to 123.000.000.
They do not look favorably upon the
proposition 01 uavm.4. Wells, snbinittecl
tnsecretary Carlisle, to double the tax.on
tobacco and malt Jiquors. His pbn is
to raise Jftt.OOO.MJe annually from eae.li
of these items. The present "tax realizes
tUUU,(sJOu each article. These Dem
ocratic members hold that these articles
are the poor man's luxuries and there
fore should be taxed at a minimum rate.
Whisky they claim is not a luxury, and
that the producer can readily stand the
increase without raising the price to the
consumer. In addition, they claim that
it can he collected without any increased
For any additional revenue which mav
be required from the falling off of cus
toms the Democratic members, with one
or two exceptions, regard a graduated
income tax as the most equitable tnetb"d
oi raising revenue which could be
plied. The class of the population who
have incomes upward of $2,000 a year
mey claim can well afford to contribute
to the support of the government While
they admit that there are some features
which are inquisitorial and offensive, the
system would readily yield the revenue
required and out of a class of people
who could well afford to pay. This
proposition will have ardent supporters
among Democrats of the committee and
in the house, tt will be antagonized by
many of the northern and eastern Demo
crats in co-operation with the Republic
an minority in the oommitteeand houe.
PLAYING WITH FIRE:
QUITE ENGLISH, YOU KNOW.
Ladies' Club sod the Clgaratte
A certain high class ladies' club is in
danger of disruption over the cigarette
question, a large minority of the mem
bers smoke, and therefore a smoking
room is provided, but ladies who do not
smoke object to this room and are agi
tating lor its abolition. If they succeed,
the smokers will probably leave the club,
and the secession will be serious. Ac
cording to one account, a nonsmoking
lady, disliking the atmosphere of the
place, is deterred from altering the
room, and being conacioua that it at the
cosiest and most gossipy room of the
club is very tm willing to be shut ont
from the interesting talk. Her natural
coarse would be to take to cigarettes
also and brave the criticisms of home.
Bat instead of raising the (iomeeuc ques
tion aha raises the club cranium and
wants the smolrrngrnpmtlotu) away with.
Ths lady smokers, however, are strong
m tram ben, and being in possession of a
comfortable privilege do not see why
they should forego it If the smoke is
disagreeable to the neosmoker, they say
the nonamoker can stay out The pio
neer, which is one of the most prom
inent of the many ladies' clubs in Lou
don, wishes it anderetcod that the story
does not apply to it Kot mors than 20
of its 8H0 members use the smolrir;
room. Loudon Dispatch.
ewwvery of money.
C H Stewart et al vs 8 P B B Co; posses
sion personal property.
LydisfSeyss rs Edward Zeysa; divorce.
, IT Fisher vs W H Moore; recovery of
MariraretA McCoy vs Samuel Anderson;
. recovery money.
W J Bruce ft Co vs Wilson ft Chase; fors
John ftcbhwser vs Geo 0 Henderson et
tut ; foreclosure.
W E Harden vs Wilson ft Chase; recov
ery money, attachment
Francis Bellinger vsAC Watkins and K
J TI -A.
Frances Bellinger vs A CIMcCally and K
Considering that bicycling in its pres
ent form is only four or five years old.
the popularity it has obtained is surpris
ing to the layman. To ths crank, how
ever, there is nothing astonishing about
it. The modern bicycle offers a means
of getting over ground that is at once
healthful and economical. The silent
(teed needs no oats. A drop of oil now
and then satisfies its appetite. It doesn't
die. - It isn't subject to spavin, ringbone
or glanders. It doesn't run away, and
00 stable is required to shelter it. Seat
ed oo its back, the rider laughs to scorn
ths crowded cable cars and the elevated
road. His cheeks glow with the ruddy
health engendered by the exercise, and
he would not exchange places with the
fashionable in the dogcart womn he
leaves far behind on the boulevard, it
no wonder, then, that all bicvclera are
enthusiasts. They have a right to be.
They enjoy advantages over ordinary
people, and they are only human in
snowing that they possess thein.Chi
La, the Poor Bed Man.
Very few people know anything about
the Indians in western North Carolina
the Cherokee. There are 1,200 of tbem,
and they are increasing in numbers.
They own 78,000 acres of land, and very
fine land it is. Their new chief is B till
well Sounooke. He cannot speak ng
Ush at all. There are some native
preachers and four schools, the govern
ment maintaining the latter. There are
other Cherokees, but these are not in
cluded in the 1,200, as they live vise
where than on the reservation. Balti
xWGospel of Wealth According to Boa,
Abrau 8. Bewllt
The man who robs you of freedom of
action that is, the right to acquire
property is the enemy of society.
do not care in what form it is discussed.
Men may persuade themselves by a sort
of sophistry that they have a right to
restrain their neighbor in the exercise
of his faculties and in the right to gain
an honest livelihood, but such a con
clusion is against human nature. I
fciow that I am created free, and no
man has a right to restrain my free
dom of action. Only society as a whole
is invested with this power. So while
men must combine together, must have
trusts and associations and trades onions
aud trade organizations, they are all
I parts of a progress toward a plan of
civiliiutioo. Vet, when they are abnxed
so as to take away from any man rthe
natural right to do with his own as, he
will, believe me, humau nature mavdie
trusted to aert its Inherent right, and
it does assets itself whenever the issue js
Now, I dtxnot think the men who have
the great fortunes in New York are
doing their full duty to the communitv.
I say it frankly, but there are maiiy
nolile exceptions. I know of one man
in this city, a rich man. I meun bv a
rich man a man worth $M),000,ooO. This
man inherited this sum. He did not
make it. No man ever made 120,000.000.
He deliberately said, "I have got
enough." Every dollar of his income
beyond that which is required for a very
modest support of his fuuiily is appro
priated to public and private charities.
That man. Mr. Cornelia Vanderbilt has
a proper conception of his duty.
I do not wish to preach what mav be
called "the gospel of wealth." bnt I
know that when those who work shall
have educated themselves up to a com
prehension of the fundamental nrinci-
ples upon which society rests then 1
know that the rich man will be educated
pari passu and will recognize the fact
Unit as to tliis excess of income over any
ordinary requirements for a comforta
ble or even a luxurious life they are
trustees responsible in this world to
public opinion, and in the next world to
God for the way in which the trust has
What, then, is the remedy for the evils
which demagogues handle with such ad
vantage to themselves and so much dan
ger to the conmunity? They are play
ing with fire. The remedy is education
first and thrift next and last of all asso
ciation together for the discovery of cor
rect principles, tor the discussion of
grievances, for the representation nf
wrongs to those in authority, for secur
ing in the public balls of legislation men
who are fit to represent an educated
community and not, as they are often
now, representing the worst element of
On education, thrift and association I
base all my hopes for the continued prog
ress of society, and I believe that under
this potent influence the evil incident to
the rapid accumulation of wealth in the
hands of man who do not appreciate
their opportunities and duties wil disap
pear. Ex-Mayor Hewitt of New York.
Keep Your Eye Open For
P&awP kf J
Dry Goods, xM Gloafes, Boots and Shoes,
il- i-'iiii'd Store.
Ladies' and Genu Furnishing Goods.
Beys' aufl Mens Clothing, Hals, Cu
LEBANON, - - -
'K, Glove, Groceries,.
SALMON A CENT EACH.
Clma. Faaa tm k Pear aai ska Marts
Probably humpbacked salmon were
never cheaper or thicker in Tacoma than
they are rurhi now. All sues, tt
three to six pounds, are selling for a cent
per tun. a batch of 107 was sold to an
m terrorising exprseaman yesterdav for
$1. About 1,800 fish were brought in dur-
mg the day by ashing boats. The fish ped-
usen oanss sown m rone ana loaded nn
men- wagons ana started back up town
atngiBgi "Fresh fish hen! five for a
The fish, which for ths past two weeks
nave Men playing Is eohools around in
the bay, an now hgl tng to go up the
river and the creeks. Their meat on this
account is not as good as it has been
heretofore. Fishermen say they will
soon disappear up the streams, and the
silver salmon will put in their appear
ance. Two or three of the boatloads
brought in yesterday wen caught in the
channel of the Poyallnp river. The dif
ference is the meat of those and the meat
of the ones caught out is the bay could
be plainly seen. The meat becomes
whiter aud is less firm.
The silver salmon in turn give way to
the hideous dog salmon, which will not
appear for several weeks ret. Tacoma
ktllltOfu al ToUlint UMW Ones.
Factory inspectors know that child
labor is one of the factors on which onr
captains of industry count in their cal
culation on cost of production: that the
employment of children increases, not
withstanding statutory regulations in
tended to check it; that avenues for this
employment an multiplied with every
volvement of genius perfected in an im
proved machine, and as the magical ma
chine and the child are brought together
so in geometrical ratio is increased the
number of unemployed adults. With
the effects of its labor upon the child we
an sadly familiar. The census of 1 (80,
the last yet available, gave the number
of wage earning children at t,ll,Ks .
a child in every 11 robbed of its birth
right of playtime, of physical growth,
of mental training. It is probable that
at the present time not less than 1,000,
000 children tinder 16 years of age are in
workshops snd factories. A Factory In
spector in Chicago Record.
Pti Term IScjrim Sopial'r
K r. 11 r .r rv t rn
i run turps ui penenceit i uacners.
HTSTATE DII'LOMAS TO NO M A I, ( i I ; A I H'ATES JE
Enur Dpjmrtinent- of Stmh Collcgiiiti:. ., uU;, Ihmiiwh, Primary.
Type-Writing and Slurllumtl are tutiplil. K.ir raliil.tfup address
Rev. ELBERT X. COMJIT, A. M., President
Great Clearance Sale!
Owing to the gene'iil stringency ol l,lu- inoney market
and low priee of grain we will make a
on all good. AVe mean Imsiiici-s nnd will uve you money,.
Buy While Prices Are Low.
Read. Peacock & Co..
lbanoii. - - Orison.
Ira i n hpahci?
. What li the conditio el yours? U your hair airy,
harsh, brittle r Does K aplft at the tuitt Has tt a
lifeless appearance ? Doe it laS out when combed or
brushed? Is it full of dandruff? Does your scalp tUo?
Is it dry or in a heated coodiUoa? If these ars some of
yoursyssptomsbt warned in time or you will become bald.
tmMMl Ita fmrhMtiM. it not mi MKttnt, bot b maH of etcmtlflo
ttmttitrat stutn fUnnkitm''rVnijiinaiultl. v.TuuL. - si. la
to not Dye, bot d-ll-ihtftHij oooiluf inti rert rublng Too to. by MttuUtlnc
ollkiM, U aUm holt, iw AurMpw grow TAur tm ta3
Jtp tb p Atom, tttttthy, md toe from IrrHatiof mpttoM, tr
5 tl Ms?,
tmrm ssaS dtnet to ot. and we win fenratS
a. Urw,su(iem tout.; ttuc sMt. Sms.SM.
THE EKOOKUrt ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
T Swat fifth irm. Haw Terk, . T.