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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1893)
MAYtIK M. A. MILI.KK.
RKUIKDKi: M. l H.I-HK.
TRK.AHIlU.iili J A. KOBKKTB.
MAKNHA1-. J. W. JIOliflAN.
I ED. KKLUISBBtlCiER,
' N. 8. UAUUiKIBH.
Citv Council meeuioii the ttwt .aiui:third
'Tiiei-tlay evriiiii!s of each RMth.
One of theihardest notiHuioritfcft un
trffhieil nurse to give op is that beef tea
in a valoaUi&Jiatriment. The waeut as
sertion of a writer in Tiie Amaricaa
-.meet that thousands of mk iperaons
. have been atierved to death beef . tea
: is only a etuoniingap of wbatpbyaiojaae
rand expert nurses have been trying to
.wimpreas apoaoe minds of the laityifor
Beef tea is. a stimulant, slight and
.evanescent, bet to "live on beef itea,"
which has beau the shibboleth many
a sickroom, -m impoaaible. And The
-iLencet furtheraconnBeU that if it most
dull be made ma need to perform ite
(very limited savvies, to remember that,
4Uke plain toe, ,it should never be boiled.
TCtat method f making contribateaji
easitive vicethat of indigeetibilitjr.
VlieonBt ftkerbraoke'a Hnaaor.,
Hubert Lowe feecame the recognked
.ananthpiece of .sardonic humor, and
thereby obtained more than bis share of
trsestionable notwiety. Many of his
tapmed stories, are obviously adapbv
A fanner friend who met him in Lon
don is said to haw accosted him with
the remark: "Dont yon remember me?
I need to know yon in Australia," and to
nave met with the ttebuff, "Yes, and
when I meet yon again in Australia I
hall be happy to know you." But this
is a mere -ho of George Belwyn's re
mark under like circumstances, "I shall
tie pleased to renew our acquaintance
when we meet again in Sath." Quar
Where He Found Oei.
"He who can conceal his joys is great
er than he who can hide his griefs," said
Lavater. This is the only ground we
have for thinking Lavatir may have been
a great poker player in his time,-omer-viUe
Senator Proctor's Quarry.
Senator Proctor is the owner of one of
the most valuable marblequarries in the
country, and bis home at Proctorville, in
the Green mountains, possesses a beauty
unrivaled in mountain districts. His
eldest son is manager of the works.
Borne idea of the value of these quarries
and the enormous amount of work per
formed can be estimated from the fact
that there are 15.000 names on the pay
rolls of the company, and the village of
Proctor is made up entirely of the em
ployees. There are 600 cottages in the
village beautiful little two story dwell
ingsthat are rented at $7 per month
and always kept in the most perfect
repair. The drives in and around the
neighborhood are solidly macadamized
by the hard marble sittings from the
mines, and one may drive for miles over
the picturesque roads on a roadway un
exampled for smoothness and freedom
bom dust Washington Post
A Dgfac ' VUioa.
Judge John Stone, a pioneer settler of
Livingston county, Ho., and for several
terms a member of the county court,
died at Ctice on Wednesday, aged 8a
JJe had been anconsctorja for some time
MEpre death, but Saturday night roused
ad sata Wert son, Samuel of Kw-
. cat-sis -rs a, W
srenld not speak. 8tmday a telegram
tame announcing the tatter's death at
the hour when his dying father saw him.
at his bedsia&-Chicao Record.
forter of Sleeping Car-Ymr berth Is
the top one, lady.
Passenger What df you take me for,
bundle of old fahmed dry goods that
m want to put vntof sight on the top
- Porter of fiaeptef Car-No, madam,
ey an a&fel, who ought to be as sax
Buy boots and show of Bead, Peacock
4uy your graeeries at Peebler's, and
When you want to boy aeult of eloth-
4Rg-you wlH save awney by getting
How to make the "mighty dollar"
7a lone ways Oo to Baker's and
toy your boots and shoes, that have
ebeaa eut down to bard times prices.
Oend yew name and address to
ead Peacock A Co., Albany, Oregon,
nt numtion the EKPBB8S. they will
Mll you fashion heat free each
There will be services in the Cuav
torlaod Presbyterian Church on the
oeooud and (Mirth Sundays In each
telh, at tl a. in. and 720 p.m.
VI. V. MflU-E,Pastor.
The great quantities of antbraoiteeofl!
wasted by the unsuitable methods resort
ed to in .preparing it for market is the
subjects. complaint by Mr. Harris, the
head official of the Lehigh Coal com
pany. These, operations, he says, sresult
in reducing,A.,large proportion of the.
coal to sizes ..toe small for couimerciul
purposes, the peroentage of waste from,
tlus source averaging as high asJJO pvr
cent of .the .coal hoisted from .the col-i
lieriea, this,ihawaver, having been.sointt-i
what diminished in recent years by the
utilization of the smaller sizes of ooal. ,
He thinks that this process rescuing
coal from nthe waste heaps is destined
to go muchifartuer in the more general
use of ooal in finepnrticles. He believes
that it may not .be going too far to .as
sume that improved methods of mining
and of preparing, ooal may insure ithe
use as fuel oue-half the coal nowsre
maining, ao (that itmay be reckoned that
there are still .not far from ,000,009,)0
tons of anthracite-available before the
beds will he wholly exhausted. The
present annua .consumption of anthra
cite is about 4Q,OQP,0OO tons, and this
consumption haefotsanie years been is
creasing at the tste.oitf per cent per an
num New York Sun.
At the awtrlnwtel Oflee.
Agent Now, aJease ,state what con
ditions you reqmns on lihe part of the
Suitor A pleasant interior, 80,000
(marks dowry, domestic training and (H
Agent May I ask whyiyou fix upon
lithe last named condition?
Suitor Well, yon aee,.aifew years ago
lliwon six pairs of ladies' flares, 8r size.
.in n exhibition lottery, and yon can't
expect me to throw tbeuawtt, aelfen
A'Xexaa clergyman, about ie be ap
pointod chaplain of the penitentiary,
preached a farewell sermon to hjs con
gregatinn, which had treated him rather
badly, fie created a sensation by select
ing the fallowing text, "I go to pr.jare
a place for you, so that where I uiu ye
ntiy be also." Texas Sittings.
"Would yon like to read the newspa
per?' "No, thank you. I haven't my glasses,
snd I cannot see without them."
"Heaveus, that's strange! The mure
glasses I use the lets I can see." firhalk.
The Kalt Hub.
Various sanitariums and private hos
pitals are using "the salt rub," and it is
becoming so popular that some Turkish
bath establishments are advertising it as
a special attraction. It is just as good
for well people as sick ones, is the most
refreshing of all the baths and rubs ever
invented, only excepting a dip in the sea
itself, and is matchless in its effect upon
the skin and complexion. With all these
virtues, it is the simplest, most easily
managed of all similar measures, and
can be taken at home easily.
Put a few pounds of coarse salt, the
coarsest yon can get, sea salt by prefer
ence, in an earthen jar, and pour enough
water on it to produce a sort of slush,
but not enough to dissolve the salt. This
should then be shaken up in bandfuls
and rubbed briskly over the entire per
son. Of course it Is better to have it
rubbed on by another person, but any
one in ordinary health can do it for her
self or himself very satisfactorily. This
being done, the next thing Is a thorough
douching of clean water, preferably cold,
with a brisk rubbing with a dry towel
The effect of elation, freshness and re
newed life is felt immediately, and the
satiny and increased clearness and bright
Bess of the complexion swell the tettt
man; i If0 of the salt rob. New
Aa Brrar I iMtaatiea.
The ancient Church dedicated 'to the
pious memory of St. Helena, who, tra
dition eeith, went to "Jerusalem, my
happy home" and found the true crejat
Belland, Is comfortable hour's walk
from Bodmin town. The rector, a good
sort of a fellow, had a touch of the
rheumatism awhile since and was rec
ommended the waters at Bath. So there
he went But Saturday came round,
and no "supply" for Sunday's pulpit
could be found.
At the last moment, however, and aft
er the rector had been wired o return,
a worthy cleric named Bmtth, Who d
eosoe to sVrimta aawttaesa to aa
sise ease, volunteered his erv ices as
locum ten . Bo aantto telegram
dispatched in haste to Bath to stoythe
nrralid from eomrKgbsck. H was hand
ed in at the Bodmie'omcesnd readthus'.
"Smith has gsM to BeBand. Toe
story where you ate.
When the mvmmt tey'hsWded Iha
fBTU WIJ"-I a NV
att oUm w ewd, letter tew it eye
mi sead wilhwtoaisham-s
' "Smith hasgoofto Heilaod yea stop
when you am'-HIiMiaB'AdvieeT.
Bad Boy (gleefotly-f had tbesMM
Oeoi B-rgo is thatf
Bad 94f-m n ther put cotton t ae
earLAod now I Wt hear 'er when m
A 9mmtMSmt wrsetltog wHh tba
IneUeb tajBTWre rendered a text M
j krwe, "11e heat lswujf,butiU-M(
I Furniture & Hardware,
Carpets, Wall Paper,
Window Shades, Flow Battings, R
Builders' Hardware, &c, &c,
LEBANON, KE JON.
de-st Shaven, Hair Cut or 8liani)xio at
BORUM & KIRKS'
SEXT DOORTO KT.tWAltLES
Clifldren Kindly Treated.1
Ladi Hnir Dressing a SHjdulty.
ror inrnrmiuon sna rree Hindbook wrtw tfl
Ml'.NN & 10.. 1 BluljtllWJT. NIW V.iUlt.
Olilelt baruu for seounoK patenu tn Amtries.
Krerr natent Takrn out bf ue ts brought before
Ute puotio Dr e nouee siren free ol eaaise In toe
Lnreert tTirwlatlon of anr irtmtlf!e piper to the
morui. tipleiitiidlr IlluicrateO. No irtelllHeat
iti,-m itimilil im) vrlthttut, tt. Wek)T. S;t.tHI a
Tf.ar: Slusix Dion the Aildrew ilUNN A OUe,
PuiJUaiUiM, atil Broadway, Self XoiJiaty.
17. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE niJt'rip.
Do yos our them? When ntxl In need try s pair.
Bast In the world.
If yos vstt s Ins DRESS SHOE, mtde hike later!
Ityta, Wt say t6 to U, try ay $3, 13.S0, 14.00 er
i Shoe. Tkey It equal Is cittern auto lad leek US'
wear ttmll Ifyooeliatoeuaoeiljelnjrarfeotaear!
e eo by oirekulig W. I, Ooiglti Sheei, Nine ui
rice tamped en the betttn, look for It wheayoe btry.
HI k Tt TRADE MARKS,
fiaijr DISIQN PATENTS,
2.25X1 I i I.rS
MENT WHY ARE YOU
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t ve a relief mmi m
In yoof It uoitnoo ot l!eCTa -ami
vHallty vrkiesi ita
strength aad vigaclll(eU
can er neasy nato. ;g
Br. Msxteaesaecuic -r
after all ether soasMts
tsttlly, aad (reaa safol
t .im el.ii eteenle hattrff made Into a belt so as to Be easily worn aunng won or at
ZynSlilmkVmti $5.OO0. It h- sa
AtlSFti ELTRkT C O., i72 First St.,
Keep Your Eye Open For
X BARGAINS, -h
The Leading Dualer In
Dry Goois, Ladies' Cloaks, Boots and Shoes
Gives -Great Bargains at Imb Well-Filled Store.
Ladies1 and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
s' and Men's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Groco
Crockery, Tinware, Etc.
LEBANON, - - ' - OREGON.
Albany Collegiate Institute
liill Term IJoj -
A Full Corps of Experienced Teachers,
ESTATE DIPLOMASTO NOKM A L ( III A DU ATESJ
Enur DfipartmontH nf Htudy CollcpHte, Nnrnml, I?winoHB, Primary,
Type-Writing and Shorthand are taight. For uutnlnguo ttddntsu
Rev. ELBERT N. C0NDIT, A. M., President.
A. H. CRUSON
! Paper Hanging and Graining.
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drsia4, hi are teauirsd tat tifer evs strtafth, yoa will remove (as came, and health,
taw at once and ia a astarsl way. This la oar plan sad trsstnuet, and we g-rsntse a
5. ,pBd lot ear luunrawa ranpaisH, 11,
i Belt Is r-Mriwrlnvttrt, as we have resterea tnosssnos ro romiB oeuu u ..
S bllcd,aibesaonhylnad throsfbout this Stats, who wooia risaiy
S wheat we heve Krone letters basriof ttstuaony to tbelr rtcc ry after using onrTBelt.
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