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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1893)
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Oontraetetl tlfe ami Death Projeot th
Mlnri Into the Future.
Very little respoct ib shown the
tlmt reHpout, however, New York
1h not widely different from other
big itien of the world. The greater
the crowd the greater the rash, and
the greater the rush the lean time we
Jiave to luquire into the condition of
our fellow man. We are mora like
ly to take him as ho appears to be.
If a man he well dressed and clean
and hears upon his oxtorior the man
ners of a gontleman well, we call
him a gentleman, and let him go at
that If he looks like a loufor or
acts like a loafer, weset him down as
loafer. In eithor case we may be
mistaken, but it goes. We haven't
time to investigate closely. If we
hod, life is so awfully short we
would probably devote the time to
something more cougoniul.
Knowing this, I always feel an un
usual interest (n the little knot of
my follow creatures in front of the
William street Burgeons' supplies
window. There is always about the
name uuralier of people there men
and boys very seldom personsof the
opposite sex. Business mon, clerks,
messenger boys, vagrants all en
gaged in the noblest study of man
kindman. It is barely possible the
poet dirtn't have this particular les
son in bis mind when he wrote.
It consists of the white and disor
ganized bones of some individual
whose usefulness on eurth closed not
with the end of the thing men call
life. Arranged in a New York show
window with an artistic hand these
relics of one who was horn, lived,
had a career and died appeal to the
ye of the living by way of instruc
tion, curiosity und entertainment
No fashionable garments from the
skilled bund of the London tailor
proclaim this a gentleman. No foul
smelling rugs call upon us to despise
him. He neither patronizes nor
commands, is neither a beggar nor a
borrower. He claims our passing
attention by neither dirt nor dia
monds. He neither articulates nor
Yot there isacertian fascination
In his very disorder. You find it dif
ficult to pass without counting up
his various particles, just to Bee if
they are afl there, although you
know it could make no possible dif
ference to cither you or him. With
the same want of reason you feel as
If you must object to the arrange
ment of his ribs one being in the
wrong plaoe but you are restrained
by conventionality. And when you
join the great pushing throng still
on earth you wondor, mechanically,
whether the bones of any of those
who are now jostbn you and
against whom you jostle will ever
serve so useful a turn, and if so,
would the present William street
style of wearing the hat affect the
futureBituationl New York Herald.
A Stimuli Bird.
The old fable of the selfish dog
was admirably illustrated theothor
Sunday in the little "zoo" in Central
park. Only it wasn tadog. It was
a thing which is commonly supposed
to be a bird, and a remarkably funny
looking bird at that This ornitho
logical specimen bos a very long and
flat bill, from which 1 suppose it de
rives its name, if, by the way, that
is its name, of which fact I am not
exactly sure, but it fits him anyway.
To roturn to the story, this "spoon
bill, or "pelican, or dodo, or
whatever it was, had taken its seat
on the only box of food in one of the
The cage contained, besides this
creature, half a dozen pheasants, a
seagull, and some other specimens of
bird life, names unknown. The ef
forts of these to obtain some food
without the spoonbill seeing them
were ludicrous in the extreme. The
spoonbill bad a long, very long cork
screw neck, and no matter from
which point the uuf ortuate occupants
of the cage approached the box be
always saw them and went for them
with his enormous beak. .
He didn't eat anything himself, nor
did he appear to want to, but he sat
steadily on the spot, and the others
went hungry. I would have given
something to have bundled him off,
but he was too far from the edge of
the cage, and there were no keepers
to be seen. New York Horald.
Whrnevnr ft lover throws hid sweetheart a
kiss lie lsgoncrallyln thulastthroesof parting.
BOITT'S OAK OROVK SCHOOL,
Millhrae. San Mateo county, Cal. A tint.
eland home school for boys. Beautiful sur
round ingfl. Superior instruction. The best
of care. Its graduates for 1H9.H are admitted
to the State U mversitv or Btanlora U mver-
ulty withont examination, i'nmber of pu
piiB limited. Fall term commences August
1. wend lor catalogue, ana mention tnis
Saper. Ira (i. Hoitt, Ph. 11., Master, ex
tate Superintendent Public Instruction.
Novelist I'd like to have ffl? heroine do some"
thlnir aljsohitelv iinfniiid" Friend YosT Why
drm't you huvu hor faint when there's no one
A trembllne hnnd. an uncertain step, fldeetl-
neHH, Indicated by restless shifting from one
place or posture to another, usually mental an
noyance ai unexpectea noises, are among me
Indications of extreme nervousness. These
seem trifling, but the health of men and women
in this condition Is "decidedly shaky," liable
to be overthrown disastrously by causes which
the vigorous might defy. To fortify the ner
vous system general vigor must, through the
medium of reinforced digestion and a renewal
of an impaired power of sleeping at night, be
raided to a healthful standard. A guarantee of
this is ilostelter's Stomach Sitters, wblcb re
establishes digestion, bile secretion and the
habit of body on a permanently regular basis,
thus renewing that bodily equilibrium, which
Is followed by a gain of strength and nerve
traiiuulllltv. For kldnev eommaint. rheuma
tism, ueurslgla, and a a preventive of the first
attack or sulisequeiit return of malsrial disor
ders, this medicine is without a peer. Thrice
dally take a wlneglassf ul.
Mrs. Younglove Shull you expect me o hake
my own bread? Mr. YoHtiglove Just its you
prefer, dt'ttrest; but you needn't bother about
PRINTERS Ai PUBLISHERS
-WILL FIND A FULL LINE OF-
Printing Material and lacier)
For sale at lowest prices and most advantageous terms at
PALMER & REY TYPE FOUNDRY,
Corner Front and Alder Streets,
0T" Write for priceB and terms before buying elsewhere.
I'lety and Fresh Air. .
It is not ulways the dullest or the
most immoral people who nod in
church or who fail to get anything
out of the sonnon. very often it is
those who are Busceptible to atmos'
pheric conditions. It sometimes seems
m if there had been some idea of in
consistency between piety and fresh
air when the most of our churches
were built. Scarcely a church in this
city can be properly ventilated when
it is filled with a large congregation.
Either there is intense heat and foul
air or windows are opened in such a
way as to produce a draft and send
cold chills creeping up and down one's
After services are concluded, at the
time when all doors and windows
should be thrown wide on, every
thing is closed, and the stale and
polluted air is shut up for the next
meeting. A man or woman may be
moved by a powerful discourse, made
penitent by fervent prayer or up
lifted by btiautiful music in such an
atmosphere, but it iB deadly difficult,
and in nine easea out of ten there will
beno such result. It is easier to be
good when one is healthy and vital,
and there is no condition so essential
to health and vigor as pure, untainted
fresh air. Ohio State Journal.
While it ii over thirty years ago since
Allcock's Fobocb Plasters were first In
troduced to the medical profession and
public, the marked success and unprece
dented popularity which they met with
not only continues, but steadily increases.
No other plasters have been produced which
train so many testimonials of high value as
those continuously acoorded to Ali.oock's
Pouong Plasters, and the only motive for
these exceptional tributes lies in the fact of
their being a medicinal and pharmaceutical
preparation of superior value. Additional
proof of the true value of Alloocx's Pon
tine i lastkbs lies in tne iaoi mat tney are
being largely imitated by unscrupulous
persons, who seek to deceive the pubiio by
ottering piasters which they claim to he the
'nini'' "(wiiml" "as iMittd." "better.'
best norous plaster." etc., while it is iu
general appearance only that they resem
ble allcock'S. everyone oi tne so-oatieo
orous plasters are mutations of Allooce's
Avoid dealers who attempt to palm off
interior ana wortmess piasters mat are
purchased by them at low rates for the
purpose of substitution.
The mittrlraonial nice in often begun at a rat
There is more catarrh in this section of the
country than all other diseases put together,
One cent a dose
This Great Comra
where all others fail. Coughs, Croup, Bore
iu, wnooptnr cougn ana
MumoUca It nas no rival:
has cured thousands, and will CURB TOU if
taken In time.
antaa. For a
BHIL0H8 BELLADONNA PLASTER.250.
nvftrniiCHfiirrli? This remedvis guaran
teed to cure you, Prioe,Wcu. Injector tree.
and until the laht few years was supposed to be
A Krcai many years aoeuint pro
nounced it a local disease and prescribed local
Presidents and Flowers.
Railroad presidents and bank presi
dents all seem to have an equal fond
ness for (lowers, but some are en
abled by circumstances to indulge
that fondness to a larger extent than
others. Sumuul Sloan, for instance,
has an extensive hothouse up the
Hudson to draw upon, and the desk
of the president of the Lackawanna
road is seldom without its two or
three vaBes of fragrant flowers, both
Winter and Bummor. Jay Gould used
to have flowers sent down from Irv
ington daily for his office as woll as
his house. In the budding and bloom
ing monthB of early summer Chaun
coy M. I lepew al ways has a profusion
of flowers ubout him. C. P. Hunt
ington is another railroad magnate
who is very fond of flowers. Almost
invariably a bunch of bright hucd
blossoms is placed on his desk each
morning. New York Times.
A Natural Curiosity In Arlsona.
In the extreme eastern edge of Ari
cona, some 40 miles west by south of
that remote pueblo, Juni, N. M., there
iB a most remarkable natural phe
nomenona groat, shallow salt lake
in a bowllike depression, the sink it
self being some hundreds of feet deep
and three miles across. The basin
. all that portion of it not tulton up by
the lake is darling white with mil
lions upon millions of suit crystals.
In the center of the lake rises what
appears to he a cone shaped volcanic
peak. Should you take the trouble
to ford the lake and explore this peak
a task neither disagreeable nor tlan
feerouB you will find instead of a
water of smoking, seething mud a
miniature lake in the middle of the
peak clear as crystal and as pure as
any Bpring water. St. Louis Bepub
, lie. .
. i I In Boston. v ' ' ' , "
Tourist rd like a conveyance this
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
, , Livexymua Yes, sir. Do you mean
a vehicle or a blank legal form for
the conveyance of real estatof Har-
An Inuldent of Mr. Blaine's Life.
"I am reminded of an incident,"
aid Major Piimr of the life saving
service, "coming under my observa
tion that illustrated Mr. Blaine's gen
erosity. About IB years ago he re
Bided at Fifteenth and I streets north
west. When the streets were mud
dy a little darky would sweep the
orossmg. urn- ilay 1 aslced mm bow
much he would make in a day. He
replied that it depended entirely upou
whether Mr. Blaine came his way or
not. 'He alers puts his hand in his
pocket,' the little follow said, 'an
whatever comes out goes to me.
Sometimes it's a half dollar piece.'
The little codger also said that Mr.
Corcoran never failod to remunerate
him, and that as soon as these two
gentlemen had crossed he would quit
work for the day." Washington
The young mau had been arrested
for fast driving, aud the judge ques
"You have been arrested for fast
driving," said the court.
"Yes, your honor, but the charge
"The arresting officer says you
wore going a 3-uuuute gait."
"I wasn't timing the horse, your
honor, hut I have a dozen witnesses
who will swear they passed me with
their teams, and every one howled
and asked me why I didnt have a
horse that could go out of a walk."
"That's so, yer honor," put in the
policeman innocently ; ?'he's the only
wan av thim Oi cud catch, bad cess
The judge dwmissod the case.-
remedies, and bv oonstantlv failing to cure With
local treatment pronounced it incurable. Sci
ence has Droren catarrh to be a constitutional
disease, and therefore requires coaslitutioual
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure.raatiufsctured
by F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken
lnturnallyin doses from ten drops to ateaspoon
fui. It acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfsces uf the system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it falls to cure. Send for
ctrouiars ano losumoniHia. Auuress
F. J. CH ENEY it CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists; 75 cents.
TJie Snameline Stove Polish; no dust, no ameU.
Tbt Germxa for breakfast.
aw Vsar ai at
Miss C. G. McClavB, School
teacher, Park Place, Elmint, N.
Y. This Spring while away irom
home teaching my first term in a
country school I was perfectly
wretched with that human agony
called dyspepsia. After dieting for
two weeks and getting no better, a
friend wrote me, suggesting that I
take August flower. The very next
day I purchased a bottle. I am de
lighted to say that August Flower
helped me so that I have quite re
covered irom my indisposition. , 9
rwn mma op womew
need Lir. riercei
wmit to be made
strong, and those
who want to be
made well. It
builds up, invigor
ates, regulates, and
It's for young
girls just entering
womannoou ; iur
women who have
reached the critical
"change of life"; for women expecU
ing to become mothers ; for mothers
who are nursine and exhausted : for
every woman who la run-down, delicate,
For all the disorders, diseases, and
weaknesses of women, "Favorite Pre
scription" is the only remedy ao unfail
ine that It can be guaranteed. If It
doesn't beuefit or cure, In every case,
the money will be returned.
m AnAIH'W Prhiiarv. Hocond-
A OrCVIAbl.l irr or TerUarr
Byphtlls pormBDontlT enva& In 16 to 85 days. You
otui bo trouuxl at home for tho name price and tho
Bat)ieffuainiitei!wlta those who prof or to oomo
hero we will contract to cure tlioa. or refund money
and nay erprni&o of coming, railroad fare and houA
kin. if fi.li tsi mint. . if fiu hnvfl tnjten mer-
cury, Iodide poiuntiaad atlll bare aches and
linS, JBVUCOUBJ-WMinWBilullluui.il, urvn
'iBiwleatCouper-oIored HitotUleeraon any
rarb of the body, Huir or Hyoorowa fumnir
out; it Is this IfyphUltlC SMWU FOlNOIt
obstinate caaea and challenge the world for
n com we cannot care I'lilsdlseosebaB always
bnfliea me bimh oi me nwiwiBiira "
aiukA.iiAA nnitAl behind our uncondi
tional TOnraatee. A XfOlU W P rM" mi 11 v w-ium i ju
application. Address COOK KEMEJttX IU,
Suffered Every Hinute
Bintw I oamo ontof the war, with catarrh In my
huudaCluroQio (ll)ioand ihourafttism'auya
Jfcr. J. G. AuUorson. or.
boiittdalo, Via, "I had
piling ult ovur.1 me. my
ictnned to be bolting
anofifcR bufoie my eyus.
'i'lie food 1 ato Beamed
like ItiaU in my tomaih.
Htxxl'B BursaimrHln and
Hood's Finn did me more
(rood than auyth'.itfrelse.
All my diBflKreoable
aymploms have guno." Dir. )J. O Anderson
Hood's Pills mreonu
-aflon by restoring
ITCEtSO PILES known bjr raolituf
liHO pOMpititlQl. MUM tataOM HoWllf
whtm wurin. Tills form aud BLJ-ND.
: Y1KLD ATONCIC TO
nn no caii Vive Oil B DCUCHV
whtnh aoui dlreotiv on parts effected,
p..muniontmi. Priae 600, jDniRtfiBQi
Uotunnptivea and people
Who have weak lungs or Asth
ConBiimptlon. St naa eared
thoauuidi. ithM not Injur-
fd one. it In not bud to take,
Sold everywhfire. e.
;E promptly cures
PruggiBta on a BTuar
Back or Chpgu use
Hercules Gas Engina
iuab vsa uaovianai
HuKto lor Powar or Pumping Purpoaw.
Tba Cbaapsst Ttellabla Oat BaaiM
Out or Edomh
Wm SfanpUolty U Beati the World.
It olu Itself from aBeaerrolr, "
Vo Carbturetor to get out of otdaat
Ko Batterlea or Kloctrlo Bparlw
II imm wtm aOaearor Grade of Oaaollu lliai aaf
aan vos cataUMim to .
PALMER & REY, MANUFACTUitnt,
THIS IS THB TIMB TO
order your SUMMER
ROLLERS. You want
the best ; that's the
only kind we deal In.
Then send your order
for the BEST ROLLERS
and INKS to PALMER
& KEY TYra, F PRY,
208-212 Bush St., San Francises. '
This favorite hotel is under the manatresaent
Of CHAKLE8 MONTGOMERY, and is tu good if
not the best Family and Business Men's Hotel
in San Francisco.
Home Comforts! Cuisine Unexcelled !
First-class service and the highest standard ot
respectability guaranteed, our rooms cannot be
mrpaxstd for neatmsg and comfort. Board and
room per day, 11.25, fl.6u, 11.75 and '2.U0; board
and room per week, 7 to (12; single rooma, 6pt
to 1. Free coach to and from hotel,
GIVEN AWAY to those guessing
ni'ttrost the number of Visitors at
tho VYWlii'u Vair Vurtiouara
iDO and our treatitwon Prevention..
x w and Cure of private Mule ttudrHhC
Feurnle dim'ttsoB all sent
AgentB wanted. Standard Remedy Co., Seattle.
ER, Leading Jew
eler of the Pacific
Northwest, keeps a
large stock ef all
BADGES on hand,
, Best goods at low
est figures. Badges
made to order.
fnrtsirurafniily of nine children, nr only
tt. Bold sveryWhert. Largo bottle 60 oankv
dy for Coughs, Colds and Croup wu onion gyro p. Ik
b Juit as effeotiva to-day as it was forty yean f o.
Now ipy grandottildrea Uka Dr. Gunn'i Onion Syrup
which Is slretady prepared ad tnorr pleassBt to thai
TtUtDOiutMUtutotwit Tbaro' nothlag as good.
Get the Genuine!
MRS. WINSLOW'S 8WuV"8
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING
FarMlbyallDrgU. S5 CwiU bf-ttl.
FK ANU WOOLLY, Agent, Portland, Or,
Th Specific A No. I.
On res, without' fail, all cams of ttoan
hva and tile, no matter of bow long
standing. Prevent stricture, It being mi in
terual remedy. Cures wlien everyUiuig else
baa failed. Sold by all Druggtuta.
rrlcr. 8.00. , Co., Baa Jose.-Cai. t
"DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." BUY
S A POLIO
RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE USE OF
iloore's Revealed Remedy.
AsroBU, OaKKW. January 10. 1 can state with pleasure that by the ase or
OORK'8 HRVKALSD RKMRDV mv hii.hnntl wiu rpliMoml fmm an old nuu ni
RHKUMATWM aud my youngest boy oured entirely ef INFLAMMATORY RHMJ.
MAHUi whan the hut dootor I oould got did hiia u) good. Yours In gratitude.
( MR8.M. V. mini.
OLD BY OVR DBDSbUT.