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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1891)
T Bo tired;
Sich wpary mmlii'in, Invp Inspired
Dut worn wltlt lovc'H (lumiinds
Until ttw tiiliiiillim IihiiiIr
Falun nhovM Hu'lr ttwkti, nml stay
- Wlillo wlilt pray.
Ho ftpiMtt, uwlmtn;
On pnartl hIhivimw'Ii llttlt one
Ah though ew-hilylug day
CnrrltrU nit tired nmttiem fur away ,
From their fowl world, utul bo
Tln?y fain would m
BOHt t.0 IHVC'H It'UKl Irl'lMUt
A oliiltl oliwpfil to tilt! Iwiutt.
fin vmry; ttnnptaK low
A bote HW(Ht, KlwpiiiK fi'u wi whim the jjlnw
Of twiiltrhl fwlfH. Inlt, nut mo tired iut tliuy
Who liuvc no airtt nil day
For lowrl ninn, ymiiiK or old; tin olwtoks to toitfh
With lwn, iw thi'y Blc'p.or sucb
Ih'iir rlt'lnt) iw lovn hrinn
Dtwur Until dliulcni of kinip.
Tito wciirii'gt liand
In empty, havloK im command
Of lovliic HpH, no mre ol nn or youth; ,
No lipt to cull fur It, In triitn.
From purple dawn till night no wealth to hold
Dwurci' tlum rmti'd gold,
(teorife KIIiirIc In Prank LesHo't,
A SEASON'S SENSATIONS,
SARA BERNHARDT AND
AT THE LADIES' WINDOW.
A i'Aly I'oittinuHttir TnlU A limit Hi Harm
It TIneK Somo of the Good.
Tim iifwttiiiiutor nt nun nf thn Miriw rrrpfit
vitim tliut pmi!tical!y cnmpw Wow York ; buwwhh titui popularity she has played
wnx Btvtkon to bv the fatlior of a modest 'lieniblno in Huuumarchairi' "Mamajre
A RrliElit AmerlonEi Burleaquer Who
In nln!K Urnmt Popularity
Throughout ThU Country Ndll
Brink and A(cnen lv, ,
A niece of 8ara Bernhardt Is one of
the late aeiiMitions of the Paris stage.
Her name is lirnek and nl.e has taken
the 1' reach capital by storm, so to
Mademoiselle ftruck has all tne attri
buteof physical and mental perfec
tion superb rows of pearly teeth, a
marvelous complexion, adorable eyes
which soern to change color as one gazes
into them now soft blue, now dark
as night a cultured mind, exquisite
tuste, talented to the tips of her shape
ly hunds, a voice that sounds like a
silver bell, and, to crown all. the
honor of being Sara Hernhardt's niece.
After currying off the first prize at
the Conservatoire, Mile. Hruck made
her debut at the Comedie-Francaise.
Subsequently and with ever-growing
flKKIOUS PA NO Kit
ThroiitPiiK ovrrv mini, wfrnmn or child Uvlnjc in
tt rejffoliof (totiiitrv where fever rihI tttfue Ik prev
alent. nini'0 the (forma of mRlwrlitl (IIhchhc itre in
hnlcd (rum the Mir hikI Hrc MWMllowefl from the
wutcr nf hiieh region, Medieiiml hf(!guard Is
iilpwiliitely iiecefwiiry to nullify thin (Itmger. Ana
meHiiHof fortifying and tiecli muting the ttyHtein
my iih U be Hlile bi reuiHt the nmlnri al pukon, Hok
U'ttcr's HUiirmch Itltfew lb lwoinimnioly the het
mid the numt piipiihir.. Irregiihiritiiti of the
Htoimich, liver itnd howcln encourngc nuilnriu;
hut thew h- speedllv rectified hy the Bitten.
The fimetioiiH ot digCMlion nml HecrelioiiK urc hh
ntwtPd hy ItH u Wf, and u vigoroii hh well hh regu
lar condition ol tint HVHtem promoted hy it. Con
Htitut lon inid phyiqiie are thus defended HgnitiHt
thu hirmtdH fit iiihIhHu IiV thiM nilltehleNh Y'Tt-
ventlve. which i hIho r certiiln hih! lliorongli
remedy lu the worst chbgh of intennittent ami
VTIUI vim rnntt the m-fntint of tho biff hone
raw yenterdHy? Y No; J am not iiequaliitert
with the liuidptiipc.
HKIOi:U ABOUT BV A F KO SCRIP -
young girl, but u little inclined toward rebel
lion hewuwo forbidtlen t4i oorrospotid wTth a
young man of bur .acquaintance. Tho par
ontH, MHiing uo more letters come to the
house, mipiHjwd tholr duiightor wus all obe
tlimicrvbut she had tiontawwd that buo was
still ex(!hnnging letters.
"Wall," said the Hwtmiifltert "there it is
URttin that mitanic ludion1 window. You do
not begin to appreciate iho lmrm It doex. But
what can we duf Thore uuiHt be a window,
call It what you will, whore men and women
and boys and girls luivhig no pormaiiunt ad
dross cun cull for letters addruwed limply in
tho cure of the ixwtotlleo, It is ncccsBury and
roiwI that tho convenience Im kept up, my
dir sir. The clerk at that window in this
otllceiK trying to hmn tho harm of that
window, a 'id what ho Is doing has my ap
proval, but every such utlort in unwurninUxl
ut low, Ho Buys to tho glrla and umiTled
women who givo different imnies to different
persons m thoir own names; 'You ;un have
the ItittoiM fur Hurah HUiwart, but you must
always le Uarah Htowurt after this, if you
take LlnMn. You cannot come, to-morrow and
auk for letters for Haruh Watkins.1 Ho does
that, and he holds back lota of tatters, but he
luw no ri.it to. In your rnliitive'B cane, if
alto ut uudur ago and her jxironts or guardian
tiHkusnottn deliver lotti'rs to hop wo can
hifld them back or deliver them to her ciders,
but nil the women who urn of uge can keep
on mlKtutiiiK tho government's xurvice, and
there iH no lawful way to atop thorn."
Tho Indite' wiudttw also accomplishes good
In many canes. Woman are apt to muko
conttdantM in the strangest miartvrs, and the
constnpiuuco is thut tho grizzled meu at those
windows hour many queer things when the
ml lorn are few and there is time to talk and
to lixtcit. Ono of them conililences wan that j
of a sod visnged wile who UHtied that her :
letters never on any account lie given t
anyone else, "iHwatwe," she said, "thoy bring
me the only money thut sLuikIh between
starvation and my children and me. Aly
husband does not work, hut drinks up all
1 can earn with my needle, even collecting
my earnings before I can go to got them.
-My brother in the west sends me what
he can spare, and with that I make up
the rent nml get food and clothing for
my little ones. X do not want to desert
my husband, but be must uever know
of this fxtra money thut I get." Then
there are the women who aro secretly en
gaged or even secretly married, who tell
the man at tlie ladies' window all about why
they have token tho stop, and what terrible
coustHpionceB would follow if it were ever
found out. "I toll you this, though I have
never toid any one else," one of tamn ex
claimed, "because I must tell some one. I
had to talk to some one about it, and I oonie
to you, because you are the one 1 get his let-!
tors from." One young woman on securing 1
a regular weekly letter remarked one day to
thedlork: "What a Jolly row there would
be if my folks knew 1 was getting these let
ters. My sister lias married a (Jhristiun, and
we are Jewish, you know, Hhe has been re
nounced by all my family, but Hhe and I keep
each other iMWted every week, for she is my
sister just the same, and all she did was to
marry tho man she was fond of, after all."
Thus the ladies' window lends itself to the
best ns well as to tho weakest and tho worst
Impulses and motives, and thus, bo far as any
one can foresee, it must continue to do as
long as postotlices are public institutions,
The Murk of Our OlmoH.
It seems foolish for a murderer to bear
about with him a proof of his guilt, but do
we not curry with us the marks of our crimes,
whether they are great or small f
Tho girl who .is sweet ami charming In bo-
otety, but shrewish, idle and selfou at home
with horsistors, tho servants, and even with
her old mother, deceives nobody. Uncon
scious tones in her voice ami Hashes of her
eve tell tho truth,
Many boys and young men, who lead out
wardly respectable and virtuous lives, in
dulge in secret dissipations which they fancy
.remain undiscovered; hut lines upon their
faces appear, inexorable as the writing on
the wall, which told Belsbazzur's guilt and
prophesied his doom.
The flush on the skin, the dull eye, the
'tainted bruttth, are proofs silent and unan
swerable as the scarlet thread that convicted
tho murderer. Jivon the deeds wo do but
de Fiffuro." Junk? in 'itritannicus,"
Mathilda in "I n Caprice." Casilda in
"Buy lllas, and created the part of
Uenevieve in "Antoinette Higaud," A
ew years later Kosa Hruck left the
CATAKKH CAN'T UK VUKKl)
With Wh APPLICATIONS, nn they cannot
reach the seat of the dienHe. i 'HUrrh ih a blood
or fonptltuliniiiil dfm'iiHe, and in order to cure It
you have to take tntenml n-medle. IIhII'hCh
tarrh (.'tire it tnken luteriisily, nml aetd directly
on the blood mid miicoiiH tnirftu. KhII'sCh
tiirrh ('lire in no qiuick niefiictne. It was pre
nerildHi by one of the bent phvHteisns in thifi
(oiintry for ycHrw, and is h regular preHcriptlon.
It In coin posed "f the best tonics known, com
bined with the best blood purillerx. acting dl-m-tly
on the mucoun surfHces. The perfect com
bination of the tw Ingredient in what produces
such wonderful recall In curing rHtnrrn. Send
for tcstiinoiilals free. F. J. OHKNKY & CO.,
Proprietors, Toledo, 0.
Hold by druggists; price, 7," cento.
The Ksiser hss ordered a crown to exactly fit
blshesd. Ii It is built the size he thinks his
head in, it will go down over his earn.
I urn not aiming to convince mental babies, ss
indeed that would be fruitless without the nec
essary cultured intellect that makes logic appli
cable. Force, brilliancy and originality even
are no weapons to attack r slave with. For many
centuries the medical art was hedged about by a
prescriptive taboo which it, hh yet, has not sur
vived. The brand for murdering truth is the
poimlty of Imbecility stamped upon the mental
caliber of the average individual In relation to
medicine snd medicine men. The sun of the
nineteenth century has not yet dawned upon his
intellectual horision. He, together with his ideal
medicine man, still hibernates In the good old
days of the dark ages, when It was bsjfl form to
1 inquisitive. He still " believes" In bleeding,
blihterlng, vomiting, purging and sweating. He
lfivm nnnimiH flnHct nt honu medicine. He de
lights in aHHafoitida and calomel and carbolic
acid, They are considered indispensable; no
well-regulated family, witn pigmy liuenecwaiiu
Hbdomidal development, considers itself safe
without those family lares. These 1 do not Wish
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles when all other
ointments have failed. It absorbs the tumors,
allays the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Dr. Williams' India Pile
Ointment Is prepared only for Piles and Itching
of the private parts, and nothing else. Every
box Is warranted. Bold by druggists, or sent by
mall on receipt of price. Wo ao i l per box.
W LLiLl AMO M AN Ur AU 1 UKIMU UU.,
Proprietors, Cleveland, 0.
mmi'ej-t-. thev ure the Rio Van Winkles that
will continue to slumber through this and prob
uhly through the next century. They play no
role tn the worm s nistory. j acy nvc; mey cue.
No monument marks their forgotten sepulcher.
Himiunltv was not enriched hy their entrance;
it Iihh loot luithiiiff hv their exit. Thev are drift
wood on the Khores of time, and float with the
ebb and tide of opinions they have inherited
fntni thoir urithrotMiinornhir ancestrv. No. it is
not to these 1 wish to address myself, but to the
thinking ones, whom u thought docs not throw
into im epileptic paroxvsm; who love knowledge
for Its own Hake; who are willing to Investigate
the truth or falsi tv of anv projKmillou, and, once
eonviueea, win Hiiuia oy uuirouKu uu wv hum
hi'cn nf n flutt.U'riutf null delnved civilization
To these not the chatterers, hut the thinkers I
imimiud the II istogeuetic bvsteni lor invesuga-
tlan. nml wilt eliieblitte with nleiisure auv oues-
tlou not sulilcietitly clear in book, which will be
hi; nt free to any address.
I-'rancaise ana signed a new contract
with the management of the Gymnase.
There, free from that continual
comparison with Hara Bernhardt
which hud proved bo detrimental at
the House of Moliere, she gave free
course to her talent, ana from her de
but at the (lymnane dates the enviable
reputation that she enjoya to-day. She
appeared in "b'roment .leuue et Risler
Aine,"hnd shortlv following created
the part of Jtlanche de Oygne in the
"Countess Sarah,' and plavedZieka in
"Dora." a role created by Mile. Kartet
The mine of this clever actress is
likewise a curioidty uf elegance and
artistic refinement. Old tapestries,
(uaint pieces of Chinese and Indian
earthenware, a rare and valuable col
lection of all kinds of Kastern bibelots
and knick-knacks litter up her halls
and rooms In u hopeless confusion that
is full of charm. Once a week Maae
raoiselle Hruck holds a petite levee for
hftr Iftriv friends in her bedchamber,
and receiTes in state like any royal
dame. The bed itself is a magnificent
affair. It is draped in blacK yelvet
embroidered in gold, the coverlet
being in black satin wih R. B. worked
; out in an elaborate monogram, also in
(in tuts sine oi tne Atianiic mere is
mlso a sensation, onlv of lesser magni
tude, because she is a miriesquer ana
consequently a low cemedienne.
She is Agnes Kvans of the Howard
Burlesque company, who was born at
Ht. Louis, Mo., in 1 HOT. Nature en
dowed her with a splendid voice,
which having been carefully cultivated,
enabled her to make her deb .t at
Uhrig's l!ave Oarden, St. Louis, in
18Hii, where she met with considerable
success in the ohorus. In the fall of
thut year she was engaged by Heinrlcb
Dr. Jordan's omce is at the residence of
ex-Mayor Yesler, Third and James streets,
heuttle. n ush.
Consultations and prescriptions absolute
6eud for free book explaining the Histo
Caution. The HistogtBetic Medicines
are sold in nut one agency in eacn town,
The label around the bottle bears the lol-
lnwinir inserintion ' "Dr. J. Eueene Jor
dan, H istogeuetic Medicine." Every other
device is a traua.
PILKSI PILKH1 PILES I
The safe cflrriage of dynamite ts now an ex
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Use Enamellne Stove Polish; no dust, no smelL
Both the method and results wien
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and reiresuiug to the taste, aua acts
gentiy yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sy
tern effectually, dispels colds, head
tclies and fevers and cures habitua'
constipation permanently. For sale
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one or two taken every night will in a snort
time enact an absolute cure.
UaANnRETii's Pills are purely vegetable,
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Bold in every drug and medicine store,
either plain or sugar-coated.
Wnntcd-The mime ot the goldsmith who made
the welkin ring.
CoUOHS. -"Brovm'f Bronchial XroeW are
a sure remedy for (Joughs and Sore Throat.
25 cents a box. ,
To the indolent mun every movement ts a
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60 Front Street. Portland, Or.
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rVirtt-Atil fnr ttift ntwi'ti. enmnnnv. Sh(
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Ijnly Mnehoth took no life, yet tho spot
' upon hir Imnd would not "out" until it drovo
her to madness aud douth. Youth's Com
pnuion, Minnie rinprec.'. the "onto'' souhrotte
ot "llolo by the lini'my " will lie in tho
citstot ou Vonson" dnrinff its next
tour. '. ( '.
Lexington. Ga.. has a marshal in town
well equipped for his duties. A fow
(lavs iipo, it is suid, ho bait .occasion to
arrest tltrtie evil-doors in a bunch. He
lathered ono under each ,arm, their
leps dunfrlmir in the air. and drovo the
: third along In front, and in that way
.proceeded to the calaboose,1 U'hore all
. thruo prisoners were locked Up. r ,
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II you oraerinai rouint wis auveruavuiau. v no
the lirand oriera house.
member of the chorus, in "The
(iypsy Huron," lu 1HS8 she joined
Evan. & Hoey's Co., with which she
remuined two sonsons. In 181t0 she
joined ..he Howard Hurlcsque Co., to
plivy tho loading fema'e role. This,
season she is pluylnir leading boy parts
In tho burlesque with the oame ooin
puny. 1 Asido fi'om belnjr a pood sinper
arid ma)inilieent dresser, Miss Kvans
possesses a tine si ape presence. She is
also quite an artist with the pencil
and brush, as well as a designer of
costumes for burlesque showB. Miss
Evans dosined all tho costumes this
season for the Howard and City Club
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818 V .trout, N.W, Washington, O. 0.
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Cive This Oil a Trial,
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