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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1893)
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Ltnrc Is like these the hutihle mi the arrsaas
Now eri.n. now antic;
Tbe wild rod Imali that wits the mutt sclesm
Alslnrmydawu: . . t ,
A wnnrlrmis Illy, hli.mln tut to dl
Sprutip (mm tHrmiKt' mil,
A purple llnwer til aoltlea ay.
Aud iKilitol) frail: . ,
A rare red rose that shelters In the hand,
Bui ki't'im Its thnrn;
A laiiirltltilt mirage ruocVlnc thirsty sand
in deserts lurtit
The rami aay of blllhtwome suramer bird
At winter (lixl:
The painful sweetness of remembered word ined forward and touched her sou softly
rrora llM inns floaa.
"The devil, then."
"Tlicn whack Uiedovil." - -They
fell on the pnntelward drnjron and
be labored him. TheMin poured down on
the mayor' throne, and hit mother, who
ant by Ills rljiht bund, tvomlerin nt his
iense, p.:jve him water to drink from Ilia
bouts. They brouRht n third case a boy
who had been caught torturing a cow. He
had taken a anw and tried to mw off on
of her horna while she wa tethered In her
The mayor leaned from hie seat.
"Kill him!" he snouted; "take him off
and kill hitnt" Hia fnce was twislwi with
passion and h lifted hia flick. 1 he crowd
(i ll back for a second, but the old woman
At a fire in Georgia, there being no
witter nt (mml, some little colored boys
pelted it witl) watermelon which were
growing in a neighboring Held, and the
melons bursting soon quenched the
A (log at Bern crept into a counting
bouse when the owner's back was turned,
and after stealthily appropriating 250
francs in notes, scampered off with them
and laid them at his own master's feet.
And tret, and veu while summer stars shall
Or breezes blow,
love will lie king, and rule br rtsht divine
O'ar ulirhamt low.
-M. Williams In Harper Weekly.
THE MAD MAYOR.
'on the leg. lie stopped short; the anger
died out of his face and he shivered.
No." he said. "1 was wrong, neighbors.
The boy Is mad, I think, an 'tis a terrible
lot to be mad. This Is the nevus noing,
out o' doubt. Beut the devil."
"Simme," said one of the crowd, "the
slnso' Uantlck bewearlnout the smoky
man at a terrible rate."
"Aye," answered another, "his naughti
ness hain't ekal to tiantick." And this
observation was the original of a proverb
still repeated, "As naughty as Gantick.,
where tbe devil struck for shorter hours,"
There was no cruelty that day on Drag
on's moor. All the arternoon mo maa
One of the mayors of Cornwall was "the
mad mayor of Uantlck, who was wise for a
long day and then died of It."
It seems that the Cornish village of Gan
fclnk was used once in every year to purge
ttaelf of evil. To this end the villagers pre- mayor sal in the sun's eye and gave jutlg
pared a huge dragon of pasteboard and 1 merit, while his mother, from time to
marched out with it to a sandy common,
alnr cut nn by tin works, hut still known
u Dragon's moor. Here they would choose
one of their number to be mayor, and sub
mit to him all questions of ooiiM'tence and
auch cases or notorious evil living as the
law failed to provide for. Summary jus
tice waited on all his decisious, and as the
Tillage wag was generally chosen for the
post, you may guess that the horse play
waa rough at times. When this was over,
and the public conscience purified, the
company tell on the pastelioatil dragon
with slicks and whacked him into small
pieces, which they buried in asmall hollow
called Dragon Hit, and so returned gladly
time, wiped away the froth that gathered
on his lips and moistened them with water
from her bottle. From tlrst to lasl sne
never spoke a word, but sat with a horror
in her eyes, and watched the flushed cheeks
of this grown up, bearuetl son. Ana an
tbe afternoon tbe men of Gantick brayed
the devil into shreds.
1 said there was no cruelty on Dragon's
moor that day. But at snndowu the mayor
turned 10 his mother and said:
"We've been over hasty, mother. We
ought to ha' found out who made the devil
what he is."
At last the snn dropped; a shadow fell
on the browu moors and crept up the
The habitual ashermen of Boston har
bor say that the receut naval commotion
there caused all the fish to strike out for
deep water, and that they are slow about
The celebrated military balloon works
in Parts him produced an aerial "torpedo
boat, of which one has been bought by
the Russian government. The trials will
The oldest living ex-member of the
cabinet is James Campbell, of Philadel
phia, who was one of President Pierce's
secretaries. He is a lively old man of
ATHLETES OF THE PBESKNT DAT.
Row mauv remedies there ste which merely
relieve without uprootiits disease. The con
tract with sterling medicines which such pallia
tives afford not only enhances the dtRillly of
the former, hut Nerves to eniDlmstau the folly ol
employing half-way measures when thorough
ones are avauaine. a iiiaraeu msiHiiru 01 uhb
Is the effect, on the one hand, ol Hosteller's
Htomsch Hitter In ensea of oh Ilia and fever end
bilious remittent, and on the other 01 ordinary
remedies In maladies of this tyiie. )ty the Hit
lers malarial complaint In every Htngeand of the
most mullgiiant typo are completely conquered
and lose their hold noon the system. They are
rarely, If ever, dislodged by the ordinary re
sources of medicine, although their symptoms
mayunqueslionably he mitlgaled through such
means. The same holds good of Indigestion,
biliousness, kidney complaint, rheumatism,
nervousness and debility. By the Bitters they
arc cured when many remedies tail.
When Fogg has run upstairs and arrived st
the top out ot breath, he very properly refers to
01s pneumatic tire,
BurTtma and files cured.
We positively care rupture, piles and sll rec-
tsi diseases witaimspam orueujuuouiniui ouhi
nm. Nn cure, no nav. Also all Jrivate die-
eases. Address for pamphlet Drs. Porterfleld A
Lose;, ass Jaarsot street, can rTaacisoo.
ot didn't know It was so Iste." ssld the vol
csno, swaklt:g from its long slumbers. "1 must
start my tire."
Use EnamellneStove Polish; no dust, no smell.
Tar Gbrmia for breakfast.
J. K. Sullivan, Secretary of the Amateur
Athletlo Union, President of the Pastime
Athletic Club and Athletic Editor of Thel
Sporting JVmei, writes:
" For years 1 have been actively con
nected with athletic sports. I always found
it to my advantage to use Atuoca's Po
aotjs PLssrtBi while in training:, as they
quickly remove soreness and stillness; and
when aitacsea witn any amu ui puma, wb
result of slight colds, I always used Au
coca's with beneficial results. I have no
ticed that most athletes of the present day
use nothing elte but Allcoci's Piasters."
Th mlu lht the anarchist is willing to con
tribute lor the promotion ol his cause is dynamite.
to their homes to start on another twelve 1 mound where the mother ami son sat, iue
months of sin. brightness died out of the mayor's face.
This feast of purification Tell always on Three minutes after be flung up his
the ISth ot July, and in the heydey of its ' bands aud cried. "Mother my head, my
flelebrstion there lived In a cottagea widow : bead!"
woman and her only son. a demented man I She rose, still without a word, pulled
about forty years old. There was no harm down bia arms, slipped oue within her
In the poor creature, who worked at the ' own and led him away to the road. The
Lanihorne slate quarries, sti miles off, asa crowd did not Interfere; they were burying
"bollibubber" that is to say, in carting the broken dragon, with shouts and rough
away the refuse slate. Every morning be play.
m.il-oI to hi. work, niiimhline 10 himself I A woman followed them to the road and
as he went; and ihough the children (ol- tried to clasp the mayor's kneea aa he
towed blm at times, booting and Hinging itaggcred.
stout, they grew tired at last, finding that I Bis mother beat her away.
he never resented it. His mother a tall, "Off wt you!" she cried; "'tis your re-
aiUnt wnm.n. with an Inacrulabie face nroach he's bearin."
bad supper ready for him when he re She helped him slowly home. In tbe
turned, and often was forced to feed him, shadow of the cottage the inspired look
while be unlocked his tongue and babbled that be bad worn all day returned for a
over the small adventures of the day. He moment, lhen a convulsion wo mm.
... not one nf Lhoe trifled idiots who bear eastinff him on tbe 6oor.
voices iu the wind and know the lanituage At o'clock he died with his bead oa her
of the wild birds. Histalk was merely im- lap.
hn-ilm nd. for the rest, he had larae itray She closed bis eyes, smoothed the wrin
eyes, features of that regularity which we kles on his tired face.and sat watchingbim
oail tireek, aud stood six teei two in tna for some lime, at lengiu sue iuia-u uu
l,nL laid him on the deal table at full length,
i, hot mortiintr It was the ISth of bolted the door, nut the heavy shutter on
Julv he was starting for his work, when the low window and began to light the fire.
an Indescribable hubbub suunded up tbe For fuel she' had a heap of peat turves
rosd, and presently came by the whole rah- and some sticks. Having lit It, she set a
tie of Gantick, with cow horns aud luairu- .crock of water to warm, and undressed the
neuta of oercusaion. and in their midst man slowly. Then, the water being reaay,
tbe fnmoua dragon, all green, with fiery, she wushed aud laid him out, chafing his
painted eyes and a long tongue ot red Han- limbs aud talking to herself all the while.
ii Uehiud it the Drlaouers were escorted i "Fair, straight legs," she said; "beauU-
-a pale woman or two, with dared, terrl '' ful body that leaped in my side, forty years
fled eyes, an old man suspected of egg back, aud thrilled mel How proud J wasl
stealing, a cow addicted to trespass and I Why did God make you beaut if ulr"
aooit. All night she sat caressing him. And
The mayor was not chosen yet, this cere- 'the smoke of the prat turves, finding no
.n.,v Wim, defern-d br rnle till the crowd axil and no drauulit to carry them up tbe
eeuched Dragon's moor. But drawina near chimney, ctept around and killed her
the cottage door aut! cntcujng sigui. ui iue , quietly ueaiue tier auu. iu mnuoauv,
half wlttcd man, with his foot on the j
threshold, a villutre wit called out and she Hoodooed the House.
nroDoaed that they should take the . sior.u Kti-eet landlord some time aio
Mounster" (as he was called) along Willi bad a curious exierieuce, which illustrates
them Tor mayor. - the superstition -uid credulity of the peo-
It hit thetuob'ehutnor.and they cheered, Au elderly colored ttuntuu waa occu-
The Mounster's mother, standing in the pying abasemeul room In the house and
doorway, went while, as If painted. . or ,nonibs laud no rent. He hated to have
"Man in the lump's a Imteful animal," toe 0 creJiiur0 evicted, and so sent the
she said to herself, hoarsely, "Come in- ,gent l0 it if something could not be
doors, Jonathan, an let 'em go by." collected. To his aurprise the old woman
"Come an rule over us," the crowd in- ,ftlKWitrl nnv. and wheu the aireut threat-
Tiled him, and a gleam of proud delight eue(i put, lcr out, deciured that if be did
woke in his stilly face. 1 Bh.e would hoodoo the bouse. The slate of
"The lienl hia head won't stand it." wa8 reported to the landlord, who
The woman looked up at tbe cloudless sky. oriiore(i herto be turued out without more
tbe cried. So a constable and one or two helpers
"The women who were led to Judgment I put uer Bu(t ner belongings out into the
looked at her stupidly. They, too, tufferftl, ,treet, while an awestricken crowd listened
without understanding, the heavy sport of j,er frightful curses and predictions of
men. At last one said: vengeance. A few days later the man of
"Old woman, let blm come. We'll have tm) family living p stairs got his head
more mercy from a maaed man." ; broken in a fuss, and befure he got well
"Bister, you've been loose, they tell me, Bi, wi(e te aovlll tUim anj her leg.
answered the old woman, "nil must eat the jj,, famy i once moved and new tenants
bitter fruit o't But my son's an innocent. came ieM tbna a week one of their
Jonathan, they'll look for you at tbe cbildren died and they moved out. The
: works." ; house begau to have a bad name. An-
"There'a prouder work forme 'pon Drag- other tenant came, and while moving his
en's moor," the Mounster decided with furDtur Into the house ran a splinter
amlling eyes. "Come along, mother, an fron, piun)c in the floor three Inches into
see me exalted." hia foot aod concluded be had enough.
The crowd bore him off at their bead, and . jD making some slight repairs about the
the din broke out again. Tbe new mayor bouse to render It more attractive to ten
alrutted among them With lifted chin and UU rout ,tps were taken up, and
radiant face. He thought It glorious, underneath one was found a genuine vou
Hls mother ran Into the cottage, fetched a wm bair. eoutaininir some nones, hair.
bottle, and followed after the dusty tall of BfrDI , bit of suakeskin, some pebbles
the procession. Ouee, as they were passing lnd a variety of other things. The bag
running stream, ahe baited and filled the waa destroyed. The spell waa now sup
bottle carefully, emptying it again and poaed to be broken, but it was a long time
gain until the film outeide the glass was before another tenaut could befouud for
to her liking. Then aba followed, and came the house. In fear aud trembling audio-
to Drauon'a moor. ritieeil hv a low vent, one haa moved in.
Tbev aal the mayor on a mound, took oft Vtb what result baa not yet been made
tils bat, placed a crown on nia neau uuu kuown.-lulerview m ui. Lou la blob-
broomstick in his baud and urougui Dim im0crai.
the cases to try.
DEAFNKSi CANNOT Bis CDKKD
Bv loesl sppllestlons, as they csnnot resch the
diseased portion ol the ear. There is only one
wav to cure clearness, ana inoi is uuohuiu
tlolisl remedies. Deafness is caused bysnin
fistned condition of the mucous lining of the
eustscbian tube. When this tube gets Inflamed
rou have a rumbling souna or impeneci nesr
it.ir nri whpn It Is enilrelv closed deafness Is
the'result, and unless the innsmmstion can be
taken out alio mis tune resvoreu w 110 ooruioi
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh.
h ch is nothing nut an tnnsmea condition 01
the mucoUB surfaces.
We will give une Huuuree jamais lor any
mu nf neufnpU ICflltNOO !V OaULTrO I LnaiCtllUOl
be cured bv nail s tjalarrn ture. nena ior cir
culars, free. . J. Uitt-Mi at uu.,
gy- Bold by druggists; 75 cents.
WHO DOKSN'T KNOW
FrsdT. Merrill. the Pioneer Bleyrle Dealer of this
toast? tie is reuaoie. write unn-i-oruim, vi.
out of many,
are better than
1. They're the
easiest to take
that vArv child takes readily.
2. They're perfectly easy In their
action no griping, no disturbance.
8. 'ihelr enects m lucres u
reaction afterwards. They regulate or
cleanse the system, according to size
of dose. :
l Thev're the cheanest. for they're
truoronfeed to give satisfaction, or your
money 18 returueu. wu fj
the tjood you get,
5. Put up in glas are always fresh.
6 They cure Constipation, Indiges
tion, Bilious Attacks, Sick or Bilious
Headaches, and all derangements of the
liver, stomach and bowels.
Three things which all
workingincn know give
the most trouble ia their
hard-strain work arc:
Sprains, Cruises ' and
Three supreme afflic
tions, which all the world
knows afflict mankind the
most with Aches and
Pains are : Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and Lumbago.
to do are simply these
lv and perma
nently cured by
the use of
ER, leading Jew
eler ol the Paciflo
lare stock of all
BADOK8 on hand.
Best goods at low
est figures. Badges
made to order.
"My troub'o boraa with lofl&mmatory rhen-
atatlnn In my kit leg above tbe knee. Ai a
result ol poulticing a
running lore formed,
auft I was In a terrible
condition. In about tlx
montni mf physlctan
rcraoTcd a piece ol
'. bone, I H the time sul
" Bering great pain. I
oou14-hk4 itand an my
' leg and was obliged to
,wuU witn cratch, i
hnnsThtlulf adoren botleirf Hood Bareapa-
rtiu. -nrt (vn .iter i began taking It the lore
a 4i..tn mi hfiliul nt). 1 threw
mVX""nir? "u -nri t, W.lk .nwell
anever. All my friendi kiww to9jp&J&
lor ay perfect earn.'' Cutvf i W. Usuja,
2il W. Pstri, k Streat, FTedenck, Mil.
The Specific A No. I.
Ceres, wlthon? fsil, sit esses of Conors'.
been and Ulel, no matter ot bow long
standing. Prevent stricture, It Doing sn ln-u-rnal
remedy. Cores wlien every toitit else
baa fulled. Bold hy all Dnaotlsts.
. ..nn. . Ca.eaoJoK.lM.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHINO
For ule by all UrucfMi. S5 lent. battla.
571; Ml to $250.00 M,?To0rn,u'
9IU.UU B. F. Joh.vsok &Co., KiamopD, Vs.
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A noyoment of the bowels eaob day ts necessary fw
beiltb? Tbew. puts .upply wbat .tie ra'tem UoJ.
makettreEularT They cure Headache, brighten the
S5ee and oleS tte tompleilon better than ooe
SSfJmS: -t mil,. Either srrtoe nor etoten as
other pill. do. To oonLj you ot ihelr merttsws
will mill samples tree, or atull MI fcrMa. "Jlft
avsrywbare. PffssoKo tfed. Co. gnllsneipnis. u
THIS IS Tim TIME TO
' order youc BUMMER
HOLLERS. You want
the best ; that's tha
only kind we. deal in.
Then send your order
' for the BEST ROLLERS
and INKS to l'AI.MEtt
4 REY TVI'E FBUY,
j 1 t t rtk
Hood' Pill Curs Mick Headache.
Tin first waa a Krar mare, possessed,
they alleged, wltb a (leviL Uer ski u uunn
Ilka a wii'k on Iter bones.
41 TU Kll Thorns' mare. What's to ba
done to cure lierf"' they asked.
"Let Kll Tlionia buy a comb an comD l"
HOW OUR WHEN HIS FRIEND TOLD HIM THAT HE PAID
CUSTOMER , c r riavi c
LAUGHED lur a uiv 1 jkca
IW Our customer had one just as rood, and he boneht it for T.KS8 THAN
HALF the price his friend had paid. IF YOU WANT A BICYCLE FOR
troy u utruct ui ttiu
Ttrta Orejt Cotob teai prcmptly cures
where all others faiL Coughs, Croup, Sore
Throat, Hosrseness, whooping Cough and
Asthms. f or Consumption It ass no nvai;
has cured thoussnds, snd will CUR Ton If
takenlatlme. Bold by Uninglsta on a f uar.
ante. For a lama Baek or Chst use
SH1LOH BELLADONNA PLA.STJiR.20o.
jvnvrni(ktiiri-i.? Thta ivmedria ruaran-
teedtoounyuu. Price, 60 cU. iuMitorrree.
"When tn London," nays Nut Goodwin,
"I went to the Lywum to tee Irving, and
my attention was rather diftractud by the
ivuinrkM of two well dressed women occu-
jnaro'stHll while she eatii her feed, no ICU Ml pyiug adjoining eUlls. At lut, in the
I ... it I.;- .. .i,...tl a tut tliut. atAulti nuf 1 i,,,;. ........lUn ..
UUT II M1V 'I'D! 1 VI V ass- fJUUnQ Vi VUISII WUIWWUVH) VU V VUEUi
Irom hit. nmnger,
'i'liey npiHaitded hti wisdom and brouplit
forward the wumau who lud pleaded jiut
How wltb his mother.
"Who made herf" be ul&, barlnx
listened to the elmrtffc,
'Ciod, 'tin to be mi p posed."
otukei no evU."
" 'Quite too nice, Iwi't hef
H Ob, quite uiuru than too nicer answered
Iier Gontituniun, "only, doetsn't it strike yoa,
a ht.lu weakness in the knees I'
'Wuiknii!' wtorted her friend. 'My
dear glil, Mint's his puthr " Viakuiel"
lbia Music end Drum
Palatable as Milk"
This i9 a fact with regard
to Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil. The difference
between the oil, in its plain
state, is very apparent In
vou detect no fish-oil taste.
As it is a help to diges
tion there is no after effect
except good effect. Keep in
mind that Scott's Emulsion
is the best promoter of flesh
and strength known to
IVtmrell br Seott gem, It, T. AtUrasslsts.
EVEB MANUFACTURED ON. THE, COAST
. is eold' by DOLE-PEARSON HARNESS CO.,
at prices that will astonish -yotr, Onlythe best
Oak-Tanned Leather used, and all work guaran
teed. Send tor line Illustrated Catalogue fbke.
Illy Union AvennelRast Side), Portland, Or.
j uMl ui..
ta-Goi.i iii.Ra pint aiie.
POKTI,jrn. TACOMA. KA1.K1W.
'DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." BUY
'TIS CHEAPER IN THE END.i
RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE USE OF
Moore's Revealed Remedy.
Ahtoria. Obiqon. Jannarr 10. I ohii state ith o'eaBure that by the ol
MOOKE 8 KKVKALED KKMEDY my huBbaud waa Mlievod frnm an old fitue of
RHKiJMATWM ana my youiigrtiW'ycun'aeiitirBiyor.t.rijiMMAiuKi khku
MATltiM wJieu Uie bwii doctor I oouLd get did him no good. Yuiira In gratltudt.
MBS. N. V. 8TEJELB.
BOLD BY YOUR DRDOOIST.
V. P. N. U. Ko.48-fl. V N. V. No. 676
ft Flood Coming!
So Say Old Timers.
I want to flood the eountry with good
Have just rereived 200 Safeties, whieh
I will sell at $40 tliwuunt for cash. Writs
for Bargain List, or call at tuy store,
326 Washington Street.
Lessons and Catalogues Free.
Fred T. Merrill,
Plssw DsssH si Iks PatlM OsaM.