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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1893)
THE SWEET, SAD YEARS.
The sweet, sail yeiir, i ho mm, the rain,
AllW. tllOIIIlll'kKlIlit Hmu u,
Korwicli miiiii) liiKiii.Hiunc lilowInK Imrsi
w, nlllMiMlU Uilira WUIII IHLIl ItHHUlM),
Ihiolimikoinil lot or lillwicl mln.
AltlinuRli It Itllv Iwtvnil vain,
Votoiiiinot I Hie wImIi restrain
That I had imlil i limn evermore,
Tlio sweet, Mul years!
like enlm of an old refrain
That Jiiiiic within tin, iiilml lion lain,
J keep niiMttlnn'nr ami ii'ur.
"NoIIiIiik emu u'nr llm mini roMlnrei
Kntlihni lirlnit limit llm yeantiiKaln,
'J'liu sweul, will yimrH:''
-llov. (Jharhw n. Hell.
Working mi Mountain Tiiiu.
Some practical ruta lire furnished bv
tlio experience of the workmen engaged
in tho construction tif tlio now C'ontnil
railway over tho miiin range or tnoun
tnine in Porn. The lino starts from
Lima, in lutituilo 12 dega. Tlio summit
tiiiinul of thin line at (iuloriti in lit the
height of 15,114!! feet, or u little under
tho height of Mont Mane, lint it uinat
be wmombored thnt tlio climatic condi
tions nro very ililfnrent and more nn
favorable in Porn tlmn in Europe.
Mr. E. Lane, tho engineer in chief
finds thnt the workmen tin tonn altitude
of H.OOM to 111,0(10 teet do nlinnt the siime
rohitivo ijnnntity of work us tit sea level,
provided they have lutein inured to the
height or brought up in the country. At
1!!,UUU feet tho amount of work deterio
rates, and at 14.000 to 10,000 a full third
bus to lie deducted from the amount that
tho same man could perform at son level,
Mules and horses tiro found to do about
the same efficient work proportionately
as huuinn beings up to ahout 17.000 feot
u we uismct. fluioteoimi Century,
Remarks A limit Htiow.
The snow was particularly light and
fluffy, and it sottlod on tho Bidowalks
like Hue goose feathers. Tho janitor of
a certain flat is u son of Hum. built liko
a Horoules. Tho janitor of the next flat
is a SOU Of Erin. Tim two r,.,,
olor lino, and are grout friends. Before
the sun they rose to clear tho sidewalks
of the snow oro it should lie trampled
lown by pedestrians. Both wore equipped
with snow shovels.
"By golly, Pat," shouted the herculean
son of limn, after he had been working
for a fow minutes, "dis yar snow tun so
foadory dat shovolin it ain't no good no
bow. 'Minds me of pushing fog."
"Woll, begorra." replied Put, without
looking up from his work, "got a fun
and fan it off." Now York Times.
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WIND WINDS A CLOCK,
III HuIvukk In New Turk Harbor.
In lbbl) tlio City of Now York, on hor
first voyago to this rort, run UHhore off
Sandy Hook. A lending wrecking com
pany of this city took a score of lighters
down to take off hor cargo so that she
might be floated. A iiumhor of tugs
aided in tho work. ' .
Tho wrecking company put in a claim
for salvage und was awarded $75,000.
Including the t:omiiiinHiiti,,n tn ft.., .,.
whioh worked with the wrecking com
pany the total amount of salvageaward
ed was over $100.000. Now York Even
Ulii Itotort Courteous,
A well known Now Ymkor, famous
for his bon mots, was asked by a friend
upon rotuniing from Boston recently ir
he had renewed his acquaintance with u
eortain lady well known for hor ini
prossivo stylo and blue stockingish quul
ities. "No." he ronlied with n emii., nci.
invited ma one evening to 'meet some
minds tit tea.' lint I hud an engagement
to meot somo stomachs at dinner at the
Bt. liotolph club, and so 1 hud to forego
tho pleuauro."-Now York Herald.
' Tlio KniitlliiHt Painting.
Probably the smallest painting ever
Biado was tlio work of tho wifo of a
Flemish artist. It depicted a mill with
the sails bent, tho miller mounting the
stairs with a suck of gruin on his back.
Upon tho terrace whore tho mill stood
was a cart and horso, and in the mud
leading to It several peasants woro show u
The picture was beautifully finished,
and evory object was very distinct, yet
it was bo amazingly small that its sur
face could bo covered with a grain of
jorn. mow lorit fross.
An Ingenious Contrlvnnne or en
Tho (Jarre do Nord, Brussels, has been
fitted with a mechanical wonder in 'the
SllUPO Of a clock, whinh lM.nn.h
stautly exposed to all kinds of weather,
nevor gets out of repair, nor does it need
to be wound bv the hand of n.nn rf t
a perpetual timekeeper of the most unique
and original design, the running weight
mum mint in (.miai-diii. n,nhn -,i
, ".... V M1UUIUI1 oii-iior.
through the influence of gravitation, as
miuu on nie tiesconiling trip, or by tho
wind's action on a fun atuehmont mi.
causes tho weight to rise to a level with
the top of the framework. The winding
attachment is not n. windmill f .
nlation typo, but is a fan placed in a
common chimney, the paddles being act
ed upon by the natural "up cast" or
AS SOOn US this fun line vtiiaaA t4,a
"running weitrht" to its evtromo hMi.
tho cord to which the weight is attached
acts on a wheel which throws a brake
into gear, and the morn nmil nt mri
tluit are added, so much more strongly
uue wie orui.-e act to prevent the weight
from riBintt nnv Inirlmr n, ,,i,i.,.iri.
iiiiuuuujf ueing transmitted to the fan
wheel with evory revolution.
A siinnle nawl
the down draft from exerting any con-
uui-y miiuonce on the tan wheol. There
is not, US QUO niiirht minnniiA nn
thought, any necessity of having a fire
. .mo uiu.o or urepiace or mo eminney
to which this odd clonk In ,.H,.1.,1
The natural tendency of air is to ascend
through such vents, tho draft thus cre
ated being alwnvs sufficient fur ronii,t
winding purposes. The clock might be
placed at the top of a hollow tree with a
bottom opening, or any other cylindor
from fifteen to twenty-five feet in height.
With its present attachments this
clock runs but twentv-fonr him after
the winding fan stops, but by the addi
tion oi anoinor wnoel or two. might be
made to run a month nr two even timmvi.
the up draft were not sufficiently strong j
iu nuru me winning wnoel In the mean
41. mi. i. . . . . .
umo. j. no inventor is a native of Bel
grain. at. Louis Kopublic.
n-.t Holing Pamilon.
They were teaching the swell little New
York girl to count.
"Threo hundred und ninety-seven, three
hundred and ninety-eight, three hundred
and ninety-nine, four hundred," said the
And the child followed correctly.
"Pour hundred and one," continued the
"Go on." SflM t.hA mother, "uftn
uoing very nicely."
How mnny rrmcrll thore re which mcrclt
u. ;'',; "hT-t "l""'Hlnj! liee. The con-
. ..... .. luriiicniUI H I Ctl 8UCh Drill H-
vct ftrd not only enhance, , i" ,ViTy of
he former, but serves to emphasize the follv
employliiK half-way rnessures when tlioroL
?"'n ,!f .v'"h'"-, A mrUl l"l'"!' "I HVl"
i?"''"''1 oomplHlnt In every stancaml ollh,
' "iiii'inuu in trvcrvKIHiri' Hint nf t hi
"No, mamma."',h. ssid with dignity, "1 1 SIKSlKS
mt no bevond the 41X1." I rarely, If ever. illsliHlirert hv ji '
e&nt. on hevnnH tita Jliti 'I
And there shostuck. Washington Star.
ABVICB TO TAHKNTS.
Parents looking for o school in which to
...o. uuv are auvisee to put tliem in
Hmtt's Oak Orove School. The uisster, IJr
Ira (I. Holtt. is well known ss an educator,
iheschoo Ik limitjiH ia Hit,, .;i.. j
n j ..ii-j ami
special attention is given to enrh one. The
H. m, nonr ininorae in sn Mateo coun
ty, Oal., is charming.
The HurrlMffM TU.
Said a brilliant woman, whom not one
or the rchned coterie who heard her
thought of cnllinir 'inimnriil," "Af airhi-
eon 1 married, of my own foolish will, a
man oi liny, wno auorea me, At twenty
I had learned that it wonld 1 ;
waste my run young life the only life 1
could know this Ride of the grave in so
monstrous a union. He vm a nnrj
man, and, according to his lights, a model
iiubuuiiu. i couia not Uut resnect him
but we had not ono emotion in nnmmmi
Wo wore wholly incompatible in feeling,
eontimont, in nature. U pon this ground,
and this alnno. 1 obtained n. liv,,r,.,i "
Toaruwuy sentimental verbiage and
iius woman s cuse stands thus; Hor hus
band's ideas and tauten were imt tn l,o.
approhonsion, favorable to the develop-
uioutui wnai sue sitetcned as the life
she ought to lead. Her individual hap
piuoss outranked all other considera
tions in her mind. The marriage vow,
uttored of her own free will hanea
she then faireicd that she was forward
ing her selfish interests by the union, be
came a rotlQ of futnd when inlin,,,
voored to another quarter. Marion Har-
uuiu in uarpor s liazur.
A Trlzo I-;agy Won.
A BOt Of toners wore nurmiRin in l.n
Old Boar, and relieved the monotony by
cracking iokos u.id tellinir fnnnv t,,rio
After an interval of rest one of their
numlwr sprung to his feet and shouted:
"I'll give ten bottles of wine to the
miui wuo snail most closely imitate tho
voice of any animal."
The offer was accepted, and there was
neiguing, a croauiiig, a grunting, a
duackim;. a howlitnr mul a irwmtii,,.,
to deafen the hearers. The last man
then Btood in the ring, and did nothing.
After five minutes' silence lm nor,.Aio,i
that his companions were growing im-
paunni,, wnen no quietly remarked:
"There, gentlemen, that WlUt the vniftt
of a fish!"
General hiluritv. H iv the
cntllled to rank with the wonders ol liie worli
OF INTEREST TO ATHLETES.
James Kobinson. the athletin tn,; a
Princeton College, Princeton, N, J., says:
l nave tound it tmceratlve to have nr,.
and simple remedies on hand in case of
outs, onuses, strains, sprains, colds, rheu
matism, etc. Shortly after entering upon
toy profession I discovered such a remedy
in Almwr's Porous Plastem. I tried
othe plasters, but found them too harsh
and irritating. Aluiock'sPoboctI'lastiirs
give almost instantaneous relief, and their
strengthening power is remarkable. In
cases ol weak back put two plasters on the
will be capable of quite severe exercise. In
,,u uiDbauuc races ana jumping
the til line en nr tcn.l.na ! il,A I --j V-.?
. , ...,., , bc JCB mltl Jt.,,t
soinetimes weaken. This can invariably
be relieved by cutting the plaster in narrow
strips, so as to give free motion, and annlv
mg on muscles affected.
Mnvor TtnrHu,,,, ,l.n ti..i. ni., . ...
makhiB old friui'.d, the itajfth of'juhort)', ienl
jwrfotitly at home. '
R OPT Tit II AKD PII.KS CCRKD.
WAnnilHnalvnH . - . ..
ta! AlMHme without pain or detention from buri-
II MM. Nn rtlipn. nn nan .i.,n . 1 1 rv.
loney, m Mariet street. Ban Fmnclsoo.
sources of medicine, altliouith their .v'mptoms'
lUlionsness, kidney rommalnt, rheiimatism'
L're V,:TTT"' dC""ily' " ll!p "i I ley'
are cured when many remedies fall. '
Hpnirt v nii i,. i ,j l . , . .
and early J' Bhe-1 told her you would be there
Try Oermka for breakfast.
DlnnJ..). ... .
thPi nVi r a Vr' "1nn I'unrier Is
vivo-iiDiug juut uyttHjin,
"What in vniirfaviwUon.,,)...) a ...
mitdoiiedtfimrtmuiitclcrk to another, "civil-
SIZE of the or
Think of all tho
trouble and dis
turbance that it
thing easier to
take, and easier
in its ways, if
at the same time
ib wu. yuu more
good! That Is the case with Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. They're the smallest in
size, the mildest In action, but the most
thorough and far-reaching in results. They
uu.cd uioui.jus, turn wiey give neip
that lants. Constipation, Indigestion, BUiotu
Attacks, Sick and Bilious Headaches, and all
derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels
tm promptly relieved and permanently cured,
" If we can't cure your Catarrh, no nutter
how bad your case or of how long standing,
we'll pay you 5O0 in cash." That Is what
is promised by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy. Doesn't It prove, better
than any words could, that this is a remedy
that cure Catarrh t Costs only 60 cents.
A oough, cold or sore throat requires im
mediate attention, as neglect results in
some Incurable lung disease or chronic
throat trnnhle ii.u.ni...-i i. .... ..
will invariably give relief.
" Have vn n n....i.q
roes in r.hnr .i t rue s very gooo ;
. -.... ,ui uujub a ween, eoe cau t
DEAFNESS CANNOT ItB ClItKI)
Bv local aiipl lcatlons, as they cannot reach the
,. , . 1 j , icer. mere is only one
.7 . ' ,. ,1,1U 'BMU m oyctinstilu
, , . , -'cbuikoh is eauseu uy an in-
llanied condition of the mucous liuinit of the
" ni-ii hum mneKeis uinHiued
,..u.,uvCoiuiiiiiniK8ouiiaor iniiierleet hear-
thV.V7 , i Vi T V !' l oeainess is
..... ....n. vnv iiiiianiiiiaiion can tie
taken out and this tul restored to lis normal
condition, hearing will lie destroyed forever-
nine cases out ol len arc caused by catarrh
Whil'll IS IlltthillCr l,f a ;.,fl A .Ji.i.. 1
tin. mi, . Vf . 'UUB,UCU uuiiuition OI
' y'll Ki" One Hundred Bollars tor any
case ol dealness (caused by catarrh) that cannot
culars, tree. F. J. CHUNKY tin.
.,,.. , Toledo, O.
W Sold by druggiBts; 75 cents.
Use Enamellue Stove Polish: no dwt, no smell.
Working In Great Altitudes.
Owing to the nbsonce of inularin the
porcontago of efliciont labor at the great
est olovution is a very high one. Men
coming from the coaat nro not found
capable of doing efficient work for about
two weeks on un average, when taken to
high elevations. Tho capacity gradually
increases aud roaches its maximum in a
fow weeks or months, according to the
constitution of the individual. Nine
Whop the war closed there were about
000 negroes owned by the Creek Indians.
When thev were free the l,i,li,, (
tempted to drive them out of the terri
One cent a
ww S?S F"? tPiSspWS
7J.aUother8 faUtCoughs. Croup. Sere
Throat, Hoarsenem, Vlrhoopine Coueh and
Asthma. For Consumption It las no rival:
has cured thousand., and will ccr TOO li
takenintime. Bold oy Drugglsto on a guar
S?f??r.J.'? A.LoI??.-.Back or ChesC use
SHILOH'S BELLADONNA PLASTERfxi
H I L0 H'SlJCATAR R H
teeatooureyou, Prkse,fiOcta. Iiijectorfree.
. fan saimiiii
,il run buunna.
Inrslslniafamllvnf ninA Ahn4n. -
ShHhmii eF"ld.,:h"d'' tko Dr. Ounn Onion Syrup
lakaDotubBtituteforlb Them's nothing u good.
'Mi rlTI M
Rode, Reels, Lines, Hooks, Leaders
Etc., of the Finest Quality.
THE I T. HUDSON Ml CO.,
93 First St., Portland, Or.
0 Bend for catalogue.
MRS. WINSIflW'S SOOTHING
ws.w ii v 9THUP
- FOR Cull RDCy Trr-,......
Morphine Habit Onred In 10
w.uu.f,, no liar nit cured.
tO S25D DO Mnlnile monthly
P. f. JOHNBOH 4 CO., UlCHMONU, Vi.
Best in the World!
Bet thd fipnniiipll
JTKANK WOOLSEV, Agent, Portland, Or.
UnUf nilD UlUru mn rninin Tm .,,..... ...
n ICTrtMrn nntB ni0 rnitnu IULU "IIh IHAI HI PAID
Olir imetnm.. l.o 1
dT Our imetnm.. l.o
m'- v-,,u.v. u, uiic lust
HA l.li the price his friend had paid
$60, buy it direct of the
good, and he bought it for LFfiR TlUf
IF YOU WANT A BICYCLE FOR
The l'.K;itlnns anil Uoinon..
TlioKirviitiuns mid the n ,.,..
enoient nations nreannt 'i i.i; 8 lare Jhy lulve increased in populu.
eraniplcsof inemmlitv in the develop tion, now nunibering about 2,000, raised
went of the different olemontsof their I re2II01I""""e!.una are "oiugwell.
For Heln Derived Finm
' 'I sm illYlfftlinrtlxr tmn.A J.L. ,. .
Tlio pnvmmonf unnl,1, :l ! 11168 of Hood's Sarsapiirilla. I Vim tutl
it, bnt made them citisens of tho Creek iK.Xitt'XaSr
nation and clothed them with all the f?S!,0$J?ttlE- frontiaiji0btme4a
rights and privileges of a full blood. I 5S8&&i SffiSM
xue inaiuns were oompolled to accent ffiSi i. K:. ' UUTe u"ia Iour ltUes,audl be-
this state of affairs. For awhile ther Savert Ma rMn. o .
badly treated their black skinned h,.J.. 7?. M.? f i0 Pfematurs Death.
ers, heaping all sorts of indignities upon "'S . 'I,t- nd 1 know that Hood's
wem, wuicu were bomo with patient 5treu.th7' ,.o io&"i
weetu DOLLARS FOlt eoo.
PORTLAND. TACOMA. SALEM.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
CAIN." MARRY A PLAIN CIRL IF SHE USES
fortitude. When tho lands wave nSvinc,,! streot. Ohloaeo. iii.
the governuiont gave them a pro rata
t - - -.-...vuw Ul U11UI1
Civilization, and even nf tha iliir,.
brunches of which each of these ole
tuents is composed. Popular Krience
We nro told byLivy that when Hanni
bal had vimiiniuhoil t.lie nn,.,..a l i.
New York Advertiser.
sons whom they had supposed dead re
turn in good health, died immediately
UUlll BAOUHSIVU JOy.
Snoblrins (who thinks he recognizes
lame one ho knows) Oh ovl H.ivn'f
I seen you somewhere before?
Nobkius (who declines to be patron
izod) As' I have beon in existence for
. ..vhvm VUV AlDfKiBWUH. 4QQ,
RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE USE OF
moore's Revealed Remedy.
rJiS.m pleasure th.tbvthe L o.
MR8. N, V. STJ.ELK, '
SOLD BY YOUR DRUGGIST,
Lenity will operate with greater force
In some instances than rigor. It is there
fore my Unit wish to have my whole
conduct distinguished by it,'-""
highly nrobnblo that vnn hnvo
Snobkins does not pursue his inquiries
any further, Exchange.
The annual exportation of india rub
ber from Para is said to be upward of
80,000,000 pounds, worth from $0,000,000
The Speciflo A No. I.
Oar., without fall, all caeca of oart
hfe and ftlleot, no matter of how lone
standing. Pruvoiita atrli'ture, It beluaan lu
tiirnnl n.moilr. Cure, when everytbilia elaa
ban fnllml. Bold by nil Dnigglata.
PHee.SH.m. Co., 8n Jose, CaL
N, P. N. U. No. 4KG-S. F. N. U. No. 672
A Flood Coming!
8o Say Old Timers.
I want to flood the country with (rood.
t ?Sve j,1181. E"1 200 Safeties, which
1 Bill sell at $40 discount for cash. Write
for Bargain List, or call at my store,
326. Washington Street.
Lessons and Catalogues Free.,
Fred T. Merrill,
Plonttr Detlir ol It) p,c"c Coiil.
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