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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1889)
Old '.Time Hmokorn
Who know a (food thing when they see It.
cannot be fooled by poor immitatlon of
the well-known 'Seal of North Carolina"
ring Cut lonaoro.
Bear in miiul that the genuine "Seal
casta you no more than th many trashy
plug cute that omt denkrt tarry.
Sue that von get I he Sutl of North Caro
lina, ini you will smoke no other tobacco.
flft'n Specific nird w of Cancer, whirs wu
hereditary, for my iwbrr died ut t anoer. My can
rill ail tuber titrue t, la fart arew worse all
tbeUru. I left off ail olber ruedin, and too
. M. H. hkh IutcmI out III pulaon uulll my system
' rjHaiianl, whea the lUKr bealed, out even
Wvui a sign. My health anwe baa tieenricelleut.
Man. Lt E. Ij-mn,
. laviaun. ia., m-pl, 5. '.
SVnd fur TiwaUw- t,o 'Uiiot and Mood Xniwamm;
Biuafre. W1KT M'KCIt'IC CO.,
. irar , Atlanta .
The Celebrated French Cure,
srim.i-d ADUDnniTIMC" or mone
1 or monej
lwi'tu ni HiiuuMMib refunded.
ni iiiiuui i inu
1 fot.r on a
1 o p it r it a n y
loim of nervous.
diH'iiie, or any
dnumler of the
wing fiiiiit tkr AFTER
p ir.im me of hiiituilrttim. j i.l.ii,-.-.. ir opium.
4t Ihiougb. yonrli fill ltiliw'iftiii, orvr iiidiilv-t-ttcc,
Ac , mil h n Low of Itiiuii I'ovter, Mukrlil.
tieim. H-ani ir dn ii I'mim In the Jlm-k, s-iiiiiiii.
w enluM", II imti ui Nervimn I r t i n t ion Nocturn
al Kiiiiwoiiii. Ij-iii-oirliit'it. Iir.inc, Wmk Mcm
ir. !.( I'uHt't ami liMiMitciH-v, nlilrti ( n.
Elei'lcd often lend to pH'mnritit-t.tfl Mir Mtitl tii'nti
Ity Prioell uu n Imr.fc Iwaua foi f.VuU bout by
mail nn i t-n. ol .m c
A IV I; I r 1 1 . I A It 4 N T K F fr erprr f". 00
witpr, U ;-iimi1 f he imiu-r (f a rvrinaiirut
' -me l ti't rflmmt. TtnnutMli of ttnimitniii
Imm old ami outie of butli m-sn, rtiimnritlr
i'f-4 by AHiiiii.i.iriKt: -n-Mmr frw A'klreim
TtlE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
WfctTfclsy I I: IK' H.
w.n JTHUXASD OR
fiiiHt fSftrlldg A. l.a'ie. I rttx Kinti, tor. hvc
i'jd htui:;iui I'ortland. nr.
SI60 PERM0NTH "
And exjiDr to rtj-f'ent the
Tar ific Land and Loan Co.
lu ttil"i ooUDty. Hwt of tvfrr-tri required. Ap
11) at Home Oftice.
l4 RaildliiK.Haa Franrlnr. I'sl.
I preacrtha and fully en
don Ml J aa tbe only
ajrwtflc for tbe certain l ata
of tint dtMaa.
0 H.I.NUKAHAM.M TV,
Anilffilni, N. Y.
Wa have anld Rl( O fir
Diany yeara, and .1 bat
riTn in mm oi una
i). H. DYCHE t CO..
1.00. "-old by Drut tliia
uiH.-r.cd wlm nta ftirnlHh a b' I rlv llw!r
Winn- time lo tbe iwliowa, HiMire ni inetiii u.a)- be
VrultiJjy eniil.iy' nlH'i. A t-v vaoi'iealiitwn
aiidr'u-a II. . JKIINK IX , 1' ., t""l Main W.,
y. B.- Plmur Mtilf " tiff biufifH npfrienrr.
A'eiw mini about $tnding tinny far erjly. M.F.
EVER-READY DRESS STAYST
Manufactured fn.ra HXKT PPRIXQ BTEEL,
Xubtit-r CtiaU-d, Bntlne and hatiu Covered, '
Xot to Rnirt, Break or Split. Htltrhed to the
tfeama, o MMTkt'ta or hot iruna required.
f A I ITIi M" BEWARE of worth!
VAU I HJN. leu lniitatlona. Hee
thaf'KVKR EEAUY " U atamfKd on the back
of each Hi ay.
THE EVER-READY EXTENDERS
Are mado of the nme material, with elaitlo
eod aud Buck les.
tWfkrV for te r V r K KunV Stayi and El
tcuders, and take no other.
BKOWK METZNER AitenU,
BS5 Market Htraet, 8. F.
,illlO DIAMOND DMA HO. A
Ui"-, Uf Mmmihi4 ltrnd. lu red. me- W
VMmiMc U).-s, a-aled ttti biu rtttima. W
I mnvr au pun in pmwiini
fD tmuutvtfrum. Hand 4e. (DtAmp, (or iir
J (liiuir. baiimoatl. mte.. Kitd Ullaf
E? fur Ldii,H m UUKf, bf r-tHm ntitL
umriitr iMm awuMW mq i sua., i
I CURE FITS!
I do n-it nien tneroly to atop them for a time and
than b tli.'io rtm it Him. J dipjui a radical cure.
1 bare uioda Ui dlwmw o( rm, KPiLai-iiir or rl.I
lao nif;aarui a Ida-long mudy. 1 irarrant oiy rniody
kiffui Uieaoretoaaea MnuaiMa blbitia bava fallud It
no rMMKu for not n rewttriiiK a oiire. Hwid at (inoa
or a tmitiM and a tree bottle of oi uifalllUi) rtiiuiniy.
tiite i.!" and Pout Dllioe.
a U. HuWi M O. 183 Pearl St., Sow York.
W.F. N. V. Ko, 2D3 -B.X K. U. No. f.70
f l ToT"l!Tl!J
I - . m Ctaaliil .
CURfcSWMLl ALL ILSt 7 AILS. JST
11 EMtlkiuirb hynip. 'J atMiriMd. Vtt P I
EiJ i" time. Mold ty drtwt". Cl,,
DROPPING TO A HOO.
A rrformnra Which Colorad Itrothar
Ti mad a Waata ol Ntrnctlu
Wo rolled into one of the railroad
stations in North Carolina just aa the
clocks were striking midnight, and it
wa as durk as black cats and the rain
coming- down with a steady pour. The
station wus doeod, not a person about,
and when the train had departed we
were "left" In more senses than one.
There were five of us altogether, and
after a hiwty consultation the Colonel
started oil down the platform saying
he knew the way up town. I was next
to him. and all of a sudden I missed
him. Next instant I found him. how
ercr. My fwt stepped out to find
nothing- to reft on, and one after the
other three "came tumbling: after."
We had walked off the end of the plat
form and taken a drop of six feet, and
the Brut two of us struck a big hog who
was sweetly slumbering- the night
away. The porker got up just In time
to be knocked down again by the third
man, and before he got away be upset
every one of us two or three times
over. Kach man was covered with
rnudTwlieri we reached the hotel, and
none'of us had got over being mad
next morning when a colored man
came around and inquired for "them
ar' genu from de No'th." The Col
onel went out to see what was wanted.
"Say. some of you'uns moas' killed
my hog down to de depot last nite,"
said the man.
'Was that your hog?"
"He was. Dat hog, he "
The Colonel picked him up and gave
him a lift which landed him on his
head In a flower bed between the fence
and the veranda. He maintained his
poise for half a minute, and then hU
feet came down and he gathered him
self and jumped - the fenoo and broke
for the country. We did not see him
again, but later in the day an emissary
of his called and inquired:
"Gem'len. de owner of dat hog doan'
want any damages, but he does want
to know how many of you fell on him?"'
"The whole five, I think," answered
"Whew! De hull five?"
"Why. suh. Jim is a-believin' dat
you'uu w as de only one who cum down
on de pig, an' dat yau scuffed hlra wid
your liut'er an' broke his back. Lawd
save ine! but when you kin pick a nig
ger up au' frow him nine hundred feet
high all atom: what's de use of five men
fallin' on a hog to paralyze his hind
les!" lMroit Free Press.
Wibble "It is a never-enaing
source of wonder to me the way the
city of Chicago has sprung up. It is
one of the marvels of the century."
Wabble "Nothing very wonderful
about it to my mind. They simply got
up a reputation as the wickedest town
in the United States, and of course
every body weut there." Terre Haute
As a class, so-called literary peo
ple are egregious bores at least we
have always found them so. We would
walk a mile out of our way any time
for the honor and the pleasure of avoid
ing the conventional literary man; to
avoid meeting tbe conventional liter
ary woman we would cheerfully walk
two miles. The one we can snub; the
other we would not Chicago News.
"Where have you been keeping
yourself. Mr. DeJayP" asked Mrs.
Helle Peppertou of that young gentle
man. "You haven't been going into
society?" "Not pwecisely; that is, you
know, I have been devotiug iny own
time to myself. Indulging iu my own
society as it were. Pwetty c lev ah,
don't you think?" "Yes; but how
lonely you must have been." Mer
He Cometh Not, She Said.
She i waiting In the darkness, she
is waiting by the door, and she hears
the sad sea moaning as it beats the
sandy shore; aud she hears th night
bird crying, and the wailing of the
trees, and upon her fevered forehead
gently blows the Southern breeze; but
iu vain she stands and listens for the
coming of the one who to her is prince
and hero, w ho is brighter than the sun.
Close the door, O, weeping lady, close
the door and weep alone, to the sigh
ing ef the branches to the ocean's sul
len moan; to the screaming of the night
bird, to tbe sobbing of the rain, as
It falls li) tears from Heaven,1
pushing on the window pane. Let
your eyes this night be rivers and your
hair a morning veil, let your bouI float
out to Heaven in a wild, despairing
wall; for the footsteps of your hero do
uot echo on the shore, and to-night
you'll never see him though you'r
waiting by the door; and you will not
hear tlw music of the voice you love so
well, you will only hear the moaning
Df the ocean's restless swell. Close the
4oor, O weeping lady, look no more
for him you love, 'better look for hope
and comfort to the somber sky above;
to your side your lovo and hero all
your watching can not win, for he Med
to paint the city and the peelers ran
hitu in. Nebraska. Stato Journal.
WHAT BHAND&ATH't) PILLS DO.
In ItaANDRirrft's Pills the true life
medicine has been found, compos' d as
they are of numerous vegetables so com
bined that arh multiplies the virtue of
the rest. They never can do any harm.
Their action is always the same, no matter
how long or in what doses they are t alt en.
They purge away the waste particles of
the system. They recruit the animal vigor
and arrest the progress of decay. They
purify the blood. They stimulate the liver.
They invignrat d gestion. They open
the pores. They make the bowls do the
work of the kidneys, thus giving those
organs an of times needed rest. One r
two nlcht for a week will demonstrate
U eir power and Is generally sufficient to
cure ordinary diseases.
Experience In the name men give to their fob
Ilea or their aoriowa.
Ei.rTic Tskatmkm on TaiAt. 1 Jar and
battery of electricity, utored in coudenaed form,
sent prepaid with 10 day' nply of treatment
for free trial. It ctireii without fall, chronic,
nervoun, private and all other dim-aei, includ
iiiK female trouble aud weakneaa. lmt manhood,
etc., Madrid Fat-In Co., Sau I ranclico. Cal.
Tbe itrenteM friend of truth it time.
Mm. Emellne C. Hanna. mlaalonary for Firt
Baptiat Church, Troy, N. V., aay: "I am enlv
too ftlad to add iny tentimony to the (treat valne
of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, made
at Kondout, X. Y. It hat permanently cured
me of Kidney trouble. Catarrh of tbe Bladder,
alMcotmtlration. 1 would Mate that I lined Dr.
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy with the full con
sent of my pbyilciaii."
Dr. David Kennedy' Favorite Remedy Ii a
sovereign remedy for Nemraaneaa. RlHmntim,
Kidney and Liver Complaint, and all the ilia
iwoullar to women. It driven the poison from
the blood and restores the patient to the bloom
Dr. Kkknrdv's Favokitk Rimedy, made at
Kondout, N. Y. f l: for $.
Send for bock bow to cure Kidney, Liver and
The alow tortoUe made long journey by
liming no time.
- It Daa't Pay
to nue Hncertata mean when auflVrlne from
d I of tbe liver, blood or 1iiuk, acb a bil
iosane, or "liver complaint," akin dieeaaea,
acrofulotii inrea or awellluKa, or from lunx
wrofula (commonly known a conaump
tion of tbe lunfra) when Dr. Pierce' Golden
Medical Discovery is guaranteed to cure all
tbeae affection, if taken In time. or money paid
for it will be bromptly refunded.
'00 offered for an incurable case of Catarrh
in tbe Head, by tbe proprietors of Dr. base's
It Is the foollsb aim of the atheist to scan in
finitude with a microscope.
A Cough. Colit or faorti Throat re
quires immediate attention, as ueglect reaul in
some incurable Long Iiieae or Chronic Throat
Trouble. "Brown $ Bronchial Trocku'' will it
varlably give rpllcf.
Tbe devil' iDwt devlliah when respectable.
If afflicted with Sore Eye, use Dr. Uaac
Tbouipsoo'a Eye Water. Druggist sell it. 2Tc.
The country is flwied with poor imitations of
"Heal of North Carolina Flu Cut Uutoking
fa npertor xoalleoo prvvo la join iocs of homoa for i
aiora ttao a quarter of a century. It I awd by Um
UoitM Stat Ourarnnwnl Kudorwd by tbe katsi of I
theUraa Vofran'tla atb8uoairaa, PurertAodmoat !
Uealthfid. Dr. Prioc Oraua Bakliif Powder doos aot ;
oonula AaxnoDfa, Lime or AJum. Sold only la aaau.
PKIUK BAKIMO POWDKR GO.
NIWT0RK. CHICAGO SAM rHAMCISCO.
SK t S a day. Rainple worth aje.H
f FHEK. Line not under horses' feet '
Write Brrwater Mafety Belu
Holder t o, HoUv.Mleh.
ho nniiMiMP.r t
Dr. Spinney &
H ERVOUS DcDllity. I.oaaof Vigor, Remlna
"" v . Lowe, Wa Memory, Duipou
dency, Jtc, due toexoesae or abuse, cured.
YOUHf MPN anfferlri; from ti effm-u
I VMIIVa "a-llotyoutliruUollleot India
eretion ahonld avail theinaelve ot our treatment
A positive cure ifuarantwd In every cae. riyilrriia.
Urinary and Venereal Diaeaw-u all unnatural dia
Charon, promptly and satujy cured.
ease of Kidney or Bladder. Weak Back, Norvon
lability, V antinK of BeiuI Btrength, lo cured
sod rcatored to healthy vlrfor.
N, B. Peraoo uuabl to vlaft na may be. trailed
St their home, by correapoodenoe, iledlciuna amk
instruction sent by miorireu. C'onaultatiol
I rv. UendtcenU in tanipfor ib Yuung Man'l
rleud or Uulda to Vt auiock.
I frlM f
by return mall,
TAILOR ITS TIM
Any lady of ordi
can easily and
quickly learn to
cut and make
any garment, lu
any style to any
rviAB.ii ru for I nj V
ior child. Addreas
d I kill II A I . HAVH. OaWer. Koenlah
Plaooi; BurdeU Otaan. baud InatnuiuuU. Lacral
took of Shoe Muilc and Boot. Band tupvlMl M
CfAmeru PrioM. MATTHIAS liJLAV OO., u( Past
Bwwt, Sao frudM
Tbt Oebmka tor brencrart.
I The wlet man may lie Winer to-day than he
waa yeMenlay and to morrow than he it to-day,
That CaataakerauM Old Wesaaa.
Dencribed In the nnrery ballad, "who Ived
upon not hi u ir but vltimli aud drink," Hint yet
"would never be quiet," was undoubtedly
troubled with chronic ludiKentlon, Hervlctualii,
like thoae of many other elderly penon whime
dlnotlve powern unve become linpalrd, didn't
aeree with her. '1'hln waa before the area of
Hontetter'n Stomach Hitter, or notne one of her
unmeroua frlcmta aud relatives would un
doubtedly have pernuaded Jier to try thexreat
ipcclflc tor riyapotHda.coniitlpi tlmi and bllllou
ne. Thl would have been a nieamire of elf
protection on their part, for he would soou.
nave been cured and ceaaed to disturb them
with her clamor. The moat obstinate case of
liiditti'dtlon, with it atteudHUt heartburn, fla
tulence, couataut uneaninew of the stomach aud
of Uie nerve, are completely overcome by till
overeiirn remedy. Chill and fever and hilloua
remittent, rbetimatlam aud kidney troubles are
alao relieved by It.
He who love to read, and know, bow to re
flect, ha laid by a pivpetutil fenxt for hia old
White Elephant of Slam, Lion of Eng
land, Dragon of China, Crass of Swltser,
land, Banner of Pernia, Crescent of Egypt
Double Eagle of Russia, Star of Chili, The
Circle of Japan, Harp of Erin.
To get these buy a box of the genuine
Dr. C. McLank's Celebrated Livkr
Pills, price Ht cents, and mail us the out
side wrapper with your address, plainly
; written, and 4 cent in stamps. We will
then mail you the above Hat with an ele
I gant package of oleographle and chro-
Flminq Bros,, Pittsburg, Pa.
A good daughter it the mornlaR saalLsbt and
evening star of ber parent' boaur.
Consumption faurely Cured.
: To the Editor: Plee Inform your reader
that I have a positive remedy for tbe above
named disease. By it timely ase thousand
of hopeless case have been permanently cared.
I shall be glad to send two bottles of my reme
dy rstt to any of your readers who have coa
ssmpUon if tbey will seud me their expresi
and post office address. Respectfully, .
T. A. BLOCCM. M. C. 181 Pearl St.. New York.
If length of days be tby portion make It not
PILRM! PIMM!! PILKSt!!!
Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment is the only
sure cure for Blind, Bleeding or Itching Plies
ever discovered. It never fails to cure old
chronic rases of long standing.
Judge Coffinbury, Cleveland, 0., Says:
"I have found -y experience that Dr. Wil
liam' Indian Pile Ointment give immediate
Do not anfrer an instant longpr. Sola by n 11
Uamson's Manufacturing Co., Prop., Cleveland,
Ohla. 50c and II.
i gold by L. Blumauer ii Co.. W nolesale Drug
gists, rortiaua, ur. .
Moot person can be led; few can be driven
without spoiling them.
People do not discover it until too late.
that the so called washing powders not!
only eat Mp their clothes, but ruin their !
skio, and cause rheumatism. Ue nothing
but l'obbins blectric t-oap. Have your
grocer keep it.
Hate idleness aud curb all paaslons. Be true
lu all word and actions.
HOW TO ACT I AOVtiEMEEl
yiervoua loblllty. Pro
na'aro Ieline, etc., re
ulUDf ttvm lidUcrlioD, woeam,
no. arrd withoatMtosn
h ranlai, ky
THE M AQfTON TREATMEIT.
Bnuta boot trnt rrtt, Adar-M,
TMt MAR8TOM CO,
19 Park Place, New York
lit ru riAco, new ira
WE ARE CLOSING
Are Offering First-Class New Engines at Half Price.
Write for Description and Price.
II. I GREGORY fc CO.,
MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES,
20 & 28 N. First Street, Portland, Oregon.
Possesses tuany Important AdvaiUgs over all
other prepared Foods.
BABIES CRY FOR IT.
INVALIDS RELISH IT.
Makes Plump. Laughing, Healthy Babies.
Regulates the Stomach and Bowels.
Bold by Druggists. aWc, 50c., U.OO.
WELLS, RlCHflROSOH I CO., lonUKOTOMT.
A Portfolio of beautiful baby portraits, printed
n fine plate paper by patent photo process, sent
free to tlother of any Baby born within a year.
Every Mother wants thee piutuxes ; seud at once,
tilve Baby' name aud age.
WtUS, RICHARDSON & CO, Propi Burlington, Vk
I V.ltiHTS (
I I V. ,: ;l i" r ' ? . ' T O MAKE
I (' - - Delicious Biscuit
! 2 .1 Ask your Grocer for
r--l ycOW BRAND
Ul ll SODAoiSALERATUS,
iJfVn ' ii if-Sffifcaa,
ij" . ' .'
lilaaaSiaWMIla1llallllWBlllwa 111 lllM 111
f - "a,
i.M S 1 J .' v J""JTsMat-Bli i i - "
At Daoeanm and Dialsss.
TK CANULU A V0OELIS CO.. sltlsMn.U.
Reward It you nave an Old Sore that need
healing, and that other remedies have failed to
beal; or a breaking out or itching of the scalp
or body; or a Boil, Burn, Cut, or any ailment for
which a Halve is auitable, bay a 25-cent box of
Hexlcaa Halve, which is Warranted to
Cure when everythlngelse falls. If not kept by
1 your druggist send ' cents lu stamp to J. C.
Dimknt, AgL. Astoria, Or., and receive a box
OUT OUR STOCK
It's Easy to Dye
r r iii.
iiaiiuiiiLi, w wu., uiiiio g.Hjua iuau any otoer
dye ever made, and to give more brilliant and
durable colore. Ask for the Inamutid, and tuke
no other, 3f-colore ; to cents each.
WELLS, RICHARDSON J CO.. Burlington, vt.
For Gilding or Eronsing Fancy Articles, USB
Gold, Silver, Bronse, Copper, Only ra Cents,