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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1893)
THE SAN FRANCISCO
BOARD of HEALTH:
We, the members of the Board of Health of the
City and County of San Francisco,
Cordially approve and recommend the
Royal Baking Powder. It is absolutely
pure and healthful, composed of the best
ingredients, of the highest strength and
In our judgment it is impossible
make a purer or stronger Baking Powder
than the Royal
Jos. R. Davidson, M. D.
HbiryM. Fiske, M. D.
: Chas. McQuhsten, M. D.
. .'. , T.J. Letournex, M. D.
Members San Francisco 'Board of Health.
AN IDEAL IDLENESS. aZS
Louilim, at which the Into Mr. Carpua.
A BUMMER DAY 1N MOSS GROWN , "10 mirgeon, was uble to resouo a man
WOODS BY A BABBLING BROOK, w wrongly charged with h'm" 11
' convict anil with having unlawfully re-
' , turned from transportation. The chief
u.,,bu BuB)Wio by .o Aft.. lu rto), of Bow street police station pro-MUluninirSwutiiiii,oHiiaiio.iroroir-ticed
a certificate, dated several years
lag Tr ou a Cnucii of Nutur' umm, boforo, of the couviction of a person, ul
Timieu Nature nvw iinsu. j ltgf 4 'o be the prisoner, under the namo
It is a warm ,niv ,1. . , .. of. St)mrt Tho SOVimuir. ' J''"
jj.,,.. . : , """"""" which Stuart was con lined behoved the
ttt-thrronrh l.nr.U.,,,,,1 ...,,.., ! u """ . 1 ' '
mm, t iLi, ..,t. i i T , , ' 10 wwen Stuart was consigned from the
evern 2 T i Was St,mrt- )n 0rn88 niliuitta. of the
color is sub Ined; through rooky nvvinee. his i.,f, ,m,4 , . .,, .
AN EAST WIND.
A shrike Is mourning on the ash;
The clouds allow are blue as atonesj
?lie east wind lays iu searching lash :
g Un the world's uhl bones.
The sand is spinning off the ridtfe;
The elm tree Rives a doleful shout: .
Sach shaft of stubble siufts like a midge;
The leaves are h ust led about.
Kothing is In tune today
Nothing has spirit or wings'.
The wind is in no uiood for plar.
And says sarcastic things.
The sparrows are nursing their hardihood.
In the leeward eave of a barn,
And one old pira.e is warming his blood
By telling the others a yarn.
And the shrike makes ofT in a chilly (tight.
As the bitteresst wind flings
A snowbird flock in a dash of light.
Shaking its silver ninns.
D. C. Kcoit in Youth's Compaalon.
TVnjf Cartyla Ytss Not a Bon.
Carlyletook a friend, and a much younger
man, out vfalking with him, and in his
usual way indulged in a monologue, in
which, nevertheless, his companion was
much interested. Once or twice, however,
the friend ventured to put in a word or
two of objection in regard to something
aid by Carlylc. This annoyed Carlyle in
tensely, and when tiicy reached home he
turned upou his companion and addressed
to him the following warning: "Young
man, I'd have ye to know that ye'vethe
etuaeitv for bfiinEr tlit imprest hnm in F.
tope." The poor man had hardly spoken a :
dozen words, but since these had been crit- ,
ical they had made him seem to Carlyle a
potential bore of colossal proportions.
Jktany men in this wav net uniustlv culled
bona. They venture to doubt some state
ment made in conversation and are at once
branded with the most terrifying of named.
These unfortunate persons are in truth not
bores at all, but merely the Innocent de
tectors of the latent capacity of boring in
others. Carlyle showed by his speech what
was indeed the fact, that he, not his frieud,
possessed the potentiality of boring. It is
true that his great imagination generally
saved him, but be often went perilously
near the line. Had be not been the man of
genius he was he would assuredly have
been the greatest bore in Europe. London
TVlion a Girl Hmm Hoi Fun.
When u girl visits in a town ehe nearly
The First Measure or Time,
It was the moon and not the sun which
Urn suggested to mankind the circle of the
year as a measure of time. The sun exliili
its no changes of appearance, and his light
obliterates all the landmarks of the sky. A
luminary which is the same yesterday, to
day and tomorrow might give rise to con
ceptions of perfection and eternity, but be
yond the alternations of day and night it
could suggest to men's minds uu uhstract
down which the water Ironies with fret
ful nlninta nmii.ixt tl, 1,.1.1 i
path, till at last it finds un outlet in n
Toduv it isoviilpnt that .nil Hm ,.,,!
life is propared to ho laay even the
trout tnai ure wont to rush bo eagerly
at worm or ilv. Now tim (ii, ,,, i
gins to feel the influence of this all per-
vauing inertia, anil finally ho lays down
hiBpolo and stretches himself out on tlio
brook's bank. Closo to his Bide is a
sound of rippling water, cool nnd sooth
inir. while the Hnriv,li, r ....... i
- j.... ,viv, m UIU1ILO
keeps off the sun.
the bank here is covered with thick
moss a pleasant conch waiting for some
one to come and nsn it In ti,aann...
! of the woods nothing is permitted to
iioi tor useii only; tlio saplings have
their own life, but mnst also furnish
leaves and twigs to tho door, and bark
to the nibbling hares. No plant or ani
mal is entirely selfish, nnd so this hum
ble moss, since it can do little elso, is
ready to serve as a rearing place for the
There is an old sayine that noes. "Hunt
ease is free ease" nr rim a,. l,i,.
uHMouiu ui uuie. uut wan our uumuie j 'c caao or me ease bought
satellite it is far otherwise. The regularly I with too much labor of proiraration is
recurring phenorueua of new moon and full j hardly worth having. And this thmurht
moon are too marked to escape the atten- though it mav not be verv n,,Tm,,i
tion of the most obtuse and unrellectina of ! " . . Aer? rrofonni'
HtvagBt ..s5cKrmi uciignt or tue woods,
The motion of the sun may be comnared V ':. "B ,WH" "arurai. no one
to that of the minute hand of a clock, " 'lrel,!ss nature has labored. Nooyai
weeping on hour after hour without leuv- "ave "ched, no back has become bent, In
lng much record of its comparatively vast j " making of this couch of moss; no
j"uj , PiuHivi ui me wouu, oh tue i iiuvo toucu to rear the cmtefiil
Mntmnr mnr lu. Ul.n,, tn l.n. .1... .1.- , . ?
7 , i "- w niB : Buiuo ui me mapie, ine refreehim
hour hand. Which reiristeratlia mnvemenri .-.I ....1 0 , '"""'""g
of itaeomnanion.and ,lv- I JT " m ,vl'mm l " freely
. , ,', . . . i uiiconBciousiv inven.
Jlagazine. -the volnptnanes of tho east were close
1 Biuuciits or tno an or idleness. Loung-
AairGlothMDidlt. tag on their cushions, they listened to
The man's tha man for u ihnt bm! Soft music nnd vahiLrl Un
that and mn ia th. rnn...n I r.t A,...: -I .
. nuuutu, mil ii ism wi unuuii. siuves. utner slaves waved
r,Mp'f1irTn'en- T1'!00linK fans, and, if their mastors wore
other day two fashionable hulies wem im. .....! i n. . . , . ""
ing along Woudn-ard avenue, when they
met a very poorly dressed little woman,
whom one of them seemed to know in an
eleemosynary way. She stopped tho little
woman and engaged her in conversation
for three or four minutes, the other meantime-listening
to her and noting her
uera. jtuen tney passed on.
"Who is she?" asked the one who had
"Oh, she's a little woman I have on my
charity list. What do you think of berf"
"Think of her? Why, if she had ou good
clothes she'd be a lady."
The man's a man tor a' that and a' that,
and so's the woman. Detroit Free l'resa.
it that it formed a part of his description
un tue oooits 01 tuo convict lituk.
The prisoner said his name wa Slip
lor. He denied that he was tho person
named Stunrt, but he could not bring
forward any conlirumtory evidence be
cause such a mini bur of years had uhipHed.
Tho recorder was proceeding to charge
tho jury when tho counsel for the dofense
requested permission to put a question
to an eminent surgeon. Mr. Carpuo, who
hnppened to be in court. He deposed
that it was impossible to remove such a
wen as had been described without leav
ing a mark or cit atrij. Both bunds of
tho prisonor wore examined, but no won
nor any mark of it wen having been re
moved was found. Toronto Mail.
By the Light of His Own Pistol.
The question whether the person who
fires a mm nr nifttnl nt. nnnth ..
dark night can be identified by means of
the light produced in the discharge has
long interested medico-legal minds. The
question was first referred to the class of
physical science in France, and they au
wered it in the nwrative A tumii.,,.
to show that their decision was erroneous
was subsequently reported by Fodere
jposed to the sun, held Bilken canopies
suu.o mem. me eastern prince thought
that the pleasures of idleness could bo
no further perfected.
But the dancers must often nave grown
weary; tne slaves Holding the canopies
fainted in the sun; the fan bearers and
the musicians doubtless wondered nt the
tmjuat fate which condemned them to
labor in order that others might enjoy.
No Indian rajah or Persian lord ever
reclined utmn nn ,naiv ni.i. u:
one on which the fisherman Btretcbes
nimseii. 1 no brook makes the most de
lightful of music. Buubeams dancing
on leaf and moss and ripples are as
pleasant to watch as the movement of
weary slaves. .
Nor do the sights and sonnda of the
woods lack varietv. Tlio
water is mingled with the twitter of
turesi uirus tnrusiies nnd wood spar
rows; the songful enthusiasm of their
annual youth is past, but the midsum
mer notes are full nf h nnTllTlooo nml -.11
of nests well stocked with little ones.
,. . - ouuseqiienuy reported oy iodere. A ul """a wen stocked with little ones.
B"uu uuie, out a young woman positively swore that she saw the ! BquirrclB chirp and chatter. The dead
tZTuZrZ , m Vu PvT11 wno nml at "'"" strewing the ground arc of overv
Jmt little attention and the young ladies " ""ght .urrounded by a kind of .hade of brown and red and vlb, Z3i
hold him at a distim u. i. ... Klory. and that she was there!,. ..,.1,1.1 ... 1 " , , ". aI,u. rH1 ? yllw, and
proper to become acquainted toorapidlv i the Prisoner' Thi. statement was 1 0WJ thnniT b , '. ' wh'c,h,dart
-Atehison Blob. rap""r' confirmed by the deposition of thewounded I W? th,ronh 'b st'ned foliage
The Law of FullfiiE UfMllM.
All falling bodies, whether they becryn-
ioi rain uivus or meteontea, mil with what
rjhiloitonhers term "a .mifupm vu,,
motioo;" in other words, if a body be mov
ing ai a cerunii velocity at the expiration
of one second from the begioning of its
fall, it Will be moving with twice that ve
locity at the expiration of two seconds,
gaining in speed at au niform rate through
out the course of its fall. London Nature.
1 A Club of Liars.
The Ananias and Sapphire club is a
unique organization whose birthplace is
Crawfordsville, Ind. It is said to be the
rarest aggregation of lying sportsmen to
be found anywhere, over whose farcical de
liberations the Hon. E. C. Bnyder, judge of
the Montgomery circuit court, presides
with much gravity, deciding the worthi-.
new of the stories told to be entered in the
archives. New York Times,
lira JUerrtfleld's "Original Treaties, etc., on
tho Arts of Fainting," is that of Eracliua
Two copies of it are known; one written on
vellum is now in the British Uuseum; the
other forms Dart nf thi, mmiiIUwn,.
crioed by Jean la Begue in 11. According
to it, a good many cheinicais were known
and employed in tha dyeing of textiles.
Among the recipes It gives is one to make col
ors from flowers. We are told to gather tbem
early in the morning and grind them up with
raw gvpsum. SO that tliev mav n n,WAttVA..
ia a dry state. "If you wish to change their
color, mix lime with Bowers and they will
bwvtntA (ri-oi " E,.,.. ,. . wi.,.- :
of ivy assutnesa red blood color upon drying
and is used for dying skins of goats and theep
mmiui uiua cuior. iry boons Uiroulcie.
HchtttiOM are a wbvih mi.tnl.
ruiu the feet they are supposed to improve;
but Quits b frMuetitlv miibkM np ,na.u
in the orromii.A,li.,.i,tt If i. .,. - u .
- r- , ...... ,, iuiiiil, hue 1 1 '" ". non tiiea
experiment is being tried of producing a' tbat fil"e w"'eh lit so loonely that the feet
nice 01 narciy slock by breeding the buf- ; rao,e ODOat 'aem with overy step prwluce
Uloes with cattle. The offspring resembles i M Ma results as tignt ones; aud it Is oven a
the cow rather than the bison, but haaa .'lerted, on gwsl authority, that neonle who
nt ahuirri. in . i tvatimiiitiiui llu bhp t.i.i i
corns. A Chang from tight shoes to very
loose ones is sure to U followed by these torments.
On Silver heights, near Winnipeg, the
uiii. Auruuto atail.
omewhat shaggy coat and an ill temper.
Business men are largely born, and not
made. Some men have the elements of
success about them. . They cannot help
succeeding. Others, nbie men, too, are
Julia, the immortal heroine of the "New
Hehnsc," was blond; blond also Aurora
when she opens with her rosy fingers the
eastern doors to the triumphal chariot of
If all the year were playing holidays, to
Iport would bees tedious a to work, hut
When they seldom come the wished for
At Springfield, Mass., there la a needle
company that makes and fiuisheflevcryyear
K),OUu,(X!u machine needles ,
overhead, never full twice upon colors
that are exactly simiiar.
. 1 rr . .
nnamg loiurs rrom Flowers, usuenuan, nan dreamy,
The oldest of the manuscripts translated In talf observant, and wholly happy, has
irs, jllerrtfleld's "Oriiriiial Trmtiu. . i lain there till the Iraiir .na
afternoon hi drawing to a close. The shy
little wood creatures that love the dusk
come ont of their hiding places and run
near him, quite fearless of his motionless
figure. Delicate, mouselike oreatures
are here, the flying squirrels, in soft
gray draperies. A mink trots over the
" wwiuers in tno urook a bed, and,
conscioua of its own importance, eyes
the man Bnspicionsly.
Darkness is coming on, and it is time
for the tront fisherman to go home. He
leave the mossy bank regretfully, half
pcisuiMieu tout luieuess, and not work,
Is man's chief blessing. Francis 8.'
Palmer in Christian Union.
Articulation In Lower Anlmnla.
One must guard against the belief that '
tnrvnlrairn ni.iu. ... I
.uiuvjo iumwa muuuiutcu language.
About some savages it can hardly be
aid that they possess an articulated
language. The Bushmen speak in a sort
of articulated "voicing," and must add
gestures to make themselves understood. !
On tho other hand, the raven, the
thrush, the mocking bird, the starling, j
etc., express themselves in well nrticu- j
latcd sounds. The parrots articulate in !
a surprising manner, though they do not
understand the meuning of their own
Thin shows that other living beings be
sides man nossessthotiocessiirv nrrmnarn,
articulated sounds. Tho apes of Dr. Gar
ner seem to possess articulation, accord
inff to his rotsirli;. tint tliolr vm.nli,,!,,.,
is extremely limited. As regards this
point, however, it can bo said that even
ainnrirr oivilivnil iwinla Kavtt lin,ii.J
culniiaries are found. Copenhagen Fain-
M. Jablockoff, of electric candle fame,
makes a strong argument in favor of going
back to chemical reaction for the production
of electricity an n omtiv mow Tiw, a...
liaino niacliiiHi does not utilize more than 10
per cent, or tne luel, while more than UU per
cent, can be obtained under favorable cir
cumstances in electro-chemical combinations.
In the northeastern part of Yellowstone
nark ia whi.t la ejillwl 'lu.h i.,ii, i, .
contains evidences of former hotupring hi
geyser use ueposlts, while copious gaseous
raniiiatlons arise from a creek uowin
through it. The odor of sulphur Is strong?
liears and other wild animals of the regiou
are often killed by the gases.
Ways of Climbers.
There are many nnd devious wnyn and
moans of gutting into society practiced
nowadays, and it wuuld bo interading
to know of all tho wirepulling that hiw
been done by this oue mid that 0110 he
fore the at-qiiirotnoiit of a recognized
position in tho world of fashion. A cari
ous combination of circumstances oc
curred nut long ugo. Mr. A., who was
"out of it," leased n "palatial mansion"
in Fifth avenue ut uu exorbitant rent,
which he anblcused to Mrs. B. who
was well established "in the swim"
with tho understanding that she should
introduce his Vimiurilunifhturii In uru.in.v
and thereby throw open the portals of
uw - ueau nionue to 1110 rest or the
family. Certain fine lailieB, however,
had been told of the transaction, and,
forming a cabal, made it known to Aire.
B. in a roundabout manner that it was
useless to try to force "those people"
upon the Four Hundred.
The mortifying discussion on the sub
ject, coming, as it was sure to do, to the
ears of llr. A., made him perfectly furi
ous, and as the lnuso hud not been signed
he withdrew from the arrangement, and
Mrs, B., rather than encounter the com
ments which would lo made uhont hor
change of plans, concluded to pass her
winter m tne muitn or Franco. Now
- SEND FOR THE -
It Ktvp prtnn on nil (.rnroriw nnd FhiiiHv Huiv
pliM, hi law iTHtniill I.iIh nt wimlcstilo iirli','
itlffi't in the nntHiimr. htiilistied m.imiily
mil) went Ireo to miy nailreHu on uiiulU-utUm'
1 no Front Hireet.
P. . Ilai U40. l'ortland, Dr.
LAlKIEiT OLOTUINU T()1!E IN
Jnr. Clrttt Hitil Mtirrimiii HtruoU.
IF YOU LOOK IM
arv, V(iu will Itnd
tlmt I lu ilutlnltloti
of h Ititruniu In m
Now tlntl la Whnt
oil Htt iikokhiK
if ThU Wnitfa Ufa
bnrKHln nut) h Terr
Mi'umilliihtit miiir O
cents per yard
lur cnloM In ohtckH. sirliicw nn!i iiluida,
H U-lll.S It will .,! ul a J .
"" " 7" ri' Hi'lllllK
fnwri Krnilc nt (iltinlmin tluilvered hi your pMt
fl : 11
1 1 f n iv 111 1 1 if in
111 pop I
They all Testily
To Hie Eiscse,
I I Wa
V I I ILJi
Uow Tombstone t.ut lis Kama.
ltiehnrfl fahlofTnlln uu. n rum w.anuiA.
looking for gold in the Arizona desort. He
u mm mat insieau 01 tne precious metal
he would Ilnd his tombstone. When his
nrovisions wrth nonrlv ,ivt,ut,wl UnUl.-r.
fclin, in diKging for water, found sovernl
uumcin ui Horn, xiu staauu uis claim anu
n.,l t fauilwinni.
Indians and ifapnnsifl.
The Indians nf tho illtiirlnr hnvn nnfti.
Ing in common with those of the west
ern coast i ney men tne small feet, al
mond eves, ft.uirm hrniw li!w,b hniw
ihort stature and timidity that mark the
coast inaian as coming from Japan.
St. Paul Pioneer Presa.
I am a farm at at TMnm Ta, t
..... Hli,Uu,U a v nao, x
have USed Opt man fivnin ( .i-
tw,w iwi OUL
years successfully for Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseuess, Pains in
Chest and Lungs and Spitting-up of
Blood. I have tried many kinds of
Cough Syrups in my time, but let
meSaV tO anvrm wanttntr
medicine German Syrup is the best.
We are subiect to
changes from cold to hot, damp
weather here, but in families where
German Syrup is used there is little
trouble from colds. John F.Jones.8
Tha Olrl.tiftiA ftmnU
aMi in lull In a tint tibiinti.iil nul
jooufountling tli ttit-orto at
nhvalf'llin'nalt-lll Tham la n.. M.wi
eradicate. Polnona outwardly nbnorbcd or the
reault of Tltu diwwM from within all yiuld to Uito
potent but ilmple mtnodjr. It 1 an unwiuukd
tonic, bulltlaupthoulil nnfilwble.cyrwvoll rltieoMs
xiiing from Impure blood or weaktineil TllolUj.
feitf tor a treatise. Kxtunloo tha uwoL
Book on "Blood anil akin DlieaaoJ" mailed tree,
JruogUU Ml It.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer a, Atlanta, Oa.
ii i r i "-" A
.KIDNEY , LIVER DISEASES. DYSPEPSIA.
jHE.ftUACHE COTlVCNESS XXi III
Kit, 1'iiitliiK ,Jtw
elor (il i in- I'nmtio
NortltwtHt. k!ti.n a
.Hrjr Ntuck nf nil
llAfXiltt on tmiid.
KeMl koixIh at low
cm tm, llit(l(ue
UHulu tu ordur.
THIS IB THS TIME TO
order your Hl'M.MKK
KlIU.r.HH. Vnu vront
Hie Rwrr; llmt's the
only It mil wo dual In.
Tlion si-iitl your onliir
lor the 1IBST HOl-l.hliB
and 1NKH to l'AI.MKK
4 ItKY TYI'E F'llttY,
is one of the first good effects
icii uv users ni rnrr'a n m.tidin.
rof cod-liver oil with Hvnnnhnc.
r. A r.Sr-r
oooa appetite Dcgcts
I'm a fat food that provides its
own tonic. Instead of a tax up
on aonctite and diwstinn it Is
wonderful help to both. I
' , , THKATKD I'RKK
Imlllv lr(ir., wllhV.n.ul.nHmmllM
llfleciirodtlioiisnnds of oases. Cure cases uro.
oou.uml l,.,ii. u, l,i ihy.l,.,,nj. sn,m llrstduM
r...ttmH illsuiii.uar; In Ion ilnysAtloust two'llilnll
ttiisyminmns rnmoved. Soiirt for froo umumo.
oliils nt mUwm otiios. Ton flays' troutmont
froo lir mull, if yonorriortrlnl.spnrtioo. InsUmi
in lH postwra. Illl. H.ll.llimi.sBoN,AllnliU.(la.
11 r"ll orilorlrtul rolum Hits udvorUsoiuout Ul us
Scott's Emulsion ar
rests llu progress of
chitis, Scrofula, and,
other wastin? diseases
by raising a barrier of j
Hcaimv Uesft, strength
Props red l,y biott k howne. H. V. Alldrugststl
Get the tomWh
FRANK WOitliMlCY, Agent, Portland,, Or,
IKON li.BS, $3.00.
Hl'ihI for (;:ttalCKUo.
f . A. SCHICK 1
I Nkw Montooxf.rySt.
Swi Frnuclioo col,
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