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AN EXTEXS1YE BUG.
The) Gypsy Moth Cost the Gov
Nervous Disease Characterized
by Involuntary and Pur
It Wm laM tor stoats by aa nUpedV
tioa Tkiwwhoat eh. Whole Country
IM Insect Cent Imi nltasats
It Occur Mort often In Girls ; is Often Hereditary,
but Articular Rheumatism and Scarlet
Fcwr Predispose to It.
KatwitMudiaf tha sssttat always with,
a, Tuankajifinf nosst th. lean a ear af
rMng. Many esutridsa tan haw dhv
pentad and through uwia
amies tin naaaarioss aad suaYrhiai f sanay
a worthy par1 have b rilkrad. Absent
oknrf hum bath iwaub at tht aid
homestead tad oalhttad sroand the Mai
t las toekknti feat have snknn
tate last aaaaalaveevinfhylh. aaa
It is a tha far enessary " Jo
HmHitli lulsls, cmisn, aB-
ef the else, that ton wis as ktnear ut
hot t W hUoUt M itwaa S Blll WU0O
in this inataaas at least was incurable. It
was therefore with Ming nf alter despair
that Mn Coiner first hcpa to administer
the Pink Pills.
Sac aavs a perceptible ahaiuje eanw over
the littleone before even tar second bat hut
beta emptied aad how after having aeed six
kmiku haahh la rotirelr restored. In the
I airly salt af aar illness bar intellect was
' very mmk clouded. 8be aid heroine ex.
mheauoa audi? real
won wbea addressed.
ao. risen avoar tan cheerrui aotne 01 tne coi.
p ta aad the nrma Ueastnas that ban treasely duU af
.. 1 .i ki-i .. , .1-
, He tuiay ta the eheemil bane of the Col'
' i bera oa Aratoor Avenue, ah a the person.
s Utoaiion at haahh. Her nervousness hat en-
anntlaa haUbai of Cfciraia there ts.tiretj duappeared, fa
as, aat aaa weaker that feels a deeper; hews aad aoin,baT
? "X. - - . and the ream in her el
af patrtaa ta the Qmr af all goad . . her
her intellect it bright.
cheeks sliest ta the eoav-
. r i i 1:1- 1 l.k i
I pjcai rseDvvry ai aw wmy uwui.
aad aarfcat rA a Mr. and Mra Alfred she ta now read? a rewune her miuk lea-Can,-MAa,Aw.
Hi. Callhr. -ha . the lerncat the, -- ; thl,
CbicHJioaad Bock bland Railroad shape in I eufe jm day. The nater-in-law of
this city lenv here from Hamilton, Caiiaila, '. Jlra. Collier, tin. Lewie, who was present
a little . thaa nine yean a accoa.-! at theintwriew mphuieiw mfiiwd all
rarnied hr Im wife aad liule luSter, their that Mm Collier has cud regarding the past
iulr child htta theaoacd fctir. Little Etta and prcatnt condmon mMun, nouing
i a briiilit and beautiful (irl. but oat a
For the last few years aha bad been aoan
hut bar condition was not such
as to errate any ancasineai w tne muuai n ,
that a firainua nhntieian in Hamilton 1D-
Tariably recommends Dr. Willuuus' Pink
Pilte in each caaea aa thia aitd many othen.
Mra. Colltar herself has lor a number of
an Iw. a eniutaot nifteKT from a female
liar parents, who aimon idoliatd bar. In complaint which m r baa baffledthe auu
, . , , ij -I ,L. i!.. Jae. ana dunnr a nenod of test
briithleat asholaat ofheralaaaaDdwaithejthotiau months her huabatid hat expended
enrr af her claavmatea. Although hot a I over two bundled dollars in fees for medi
lilllc orer twelve years af age, bar intellect cinea 8 he has now begun the use of Dr.
phenomenal. She waasKased, how. VUlans' Pink Pilh and a hUe , h yet
eecr of a itt arrroua temperament which too early to annonnce a cun in her case she
at fr-aiwally the aase with chiWrea af her feeU as aioeh improred as pr" the be-
alrincril int-liigenca. tany in tne monui t irei uw mc r - -r.r-"-?
of imf Us), owing ta a sadden lnght, aha
Drown into Ttoieos apwanai, sw it,tj.ci
.The CbittWdeo iui
bT Vbs itnte tt Vermont in memory of
her first governor, TUomaa Chitten
den, and located in W'lUiBton, 1b now
The Jawricae, or two or three
conturiea, have made paper cloth which
trill bear washing. It la aiiid to be
much more expensive than cotton or
linen, and la therefore leal employed
as a textile fabric;
Discoveries of valuable onyx,
which promise to develop into very
large mines, have been made near
nealdaburg, Cal. The atone is beauti
fully marked, and a bloat of the face
of the ledge has exposed It in great
Mrs, Langtry'a greatest hobby ap
pears to be the collection of silver tri
fles, from the tiny silver furniture of
a doll's house up to the exquisite
model, which stands on beautifully
:nlaid table in a window recess, of a
if a large ship In full sail.
Margaret Xellson, on old woman
ho lived near Independence, Ky., re-
ently feeling her end near, walked 18 j
tiles to an undertaker, bought a cheap j
offin and- a burial robe and carried j
hem on her back to her home. A 1
.veek later she died. j
Oeorgla has made a strong effort MQ A DDpTR QHOP
toward obtaining good roads. A law DnnuLll Ullvl
has been passed by the legislature re-'
quiring all male persons between the : -so:
uses of 15 and to to work on the roads 1
live days In each year, or in lieu of , jit Shaven, Hair Cut or 8hauiaHi at
working to pay to the county road (
! "und one dollar a day for each of the Tj-.t,
! ive days. . tJ. r . iVl rt- O
1 The rate at which the use of the
j liicycle is growing is seen in the state- '
i ment that the League of American
The other day I made a trip with
Secretary Morton about his preserves.
Every once In two or three months the
secretary mokes a progress through his
domain, which extends as far as theex
iwrimental Btation at Benninga, near
Voshington,D.C and about four mil ee
from what niisrht be called bis head
quarters in the Mall. Aa we steppeu
outof the door of theaffriculturalbuild
lng Secretory Morton pointed to a
small brick structure to the east
"That's where we keep our Insects,"
he said, "and no one need luugh at our
collection. I regard it as Hue aa array
of bugs as any on earth. es, sir," re
marked the secrctury, while hiB eyes
twinkled, for be it known the secretory
doesn't think much of bug investiga
tions. I've got a bug In there that cost
the government 120,000; he doesn't
look it, but he did. It's a foot. One day
an outfit of scientists started in pur
suit of this bug. They rnnijed all over
the hemisphere and stuck to his trail
like bloodhounds, uney rsutsacKou
Jiorth America all the way from the
Isthmus to Alaska. Alter the most re
markable adventures by flood and field,
they treed their bug and took him a
prisoner. He was then brought captive
to Washington and he's right there
now. in that brick house, the highest-m-iced
bue on earth. A roundup ot the
total expense of that one bug hunt Wteelmen now mmben 373.l8 mcm.
la? aBk atSk.
aVWl VwUlllsWaa J
Cnnoot be permanently trared bytaauss
ol uplstos and sadstWe oompnnnds. It Is
too deeply suuted. It la cauasl ty an
Irapovartsbed condition of the bind,
upon which the nsrrss depend tot lute-
aanea. This Is the trns and only Bl'.srsl
axplanatloa far nervousness. PurLjaa
rlob aad vital lis ths blood with
sad aatioainsas will dlsarpcar. IIo"s
Hiraaparllla will f Iva vitality to ths Idood
and will sand It coursing thraagli the
Tolas and arteries ebargad with the life
giving, straturth baudlag oualitlos blob
siaka stroag asrvas. It yoa ara aarvaaa,
try Hood's Baraaparllla aad dnd the aasaa
rsllof of which anndredsof psorjastetel
Ung la Uslr puhltshad taatlaioalals. Oat
Hood's X Hood's
Bananas Hood's ranaarllla Is the anly
True Blood Purlfler rromtnently 1st the
puttuo aya tooay. aois oy an arugfrwta.
came to over $20,000. But we got the
"There's nothing like science." re
marked the secretary, "or scientists to
bring some bald detail of government
properly to bay,
; Shaving Parloi.
mil. a be abided with Bt Vitus' daae m
the' worst Sana. The SMateraatiaa af bar
pan-ntt assy well be imagiaed.
Of enarse the beat physicians were saav
saoned at once but their efforts to listen bar
to Iter normal eoaditiea ware devoid af ra
wlu Khe contiuaed to graw worse, her
anp-iil, wholly hiletl and eommeaeina with
w hKhi am her whole right esse and lowar
nmt became limp, aumb, and naelesa aad
what little aouriaaarmt she was able to take
tad w be almiaiateTed by others. To add
... tlir wrioufness at the ease sac was unable
ohtain anv aleeo whatevev.
ll wis. while in this deplorable condition
hnverinw hetween life and death with all
thy prospects of a premature grave before
her tmir one day on returning home from
tits ilutics Mr. Collier found awaiting him a
n Mwpiiper, which an old acquaintance in
H in ilton his former place of residence, hsd
sent to him by mail.
In the local columns he read of the ease
of a certain person he had known yeara be
fore having been permanently cared af law
compktiut of which bis awa daarhtsv was
now suffering, bv lac ase af 1st. William'
link Pills for Pale People. He had often
hard and read heroes saarvclistis assanaat
nf im emcaov of 4hia rewiewT bat as ao
nanus with which he was paraally famiiiar
wpeared. he aatswdyaaubeed hat positively
disbelievad theaaltsataai Bnamsrfota
hw eyes was Siissial cTwiraos fraas aae be
Knew He thuafcis tast aa una i ak
lug aesunaea doubly sare aad sa aasa as hi
Uartl ihatitoasnrv was aaasintelv ante
ha Liat an Ssaa im awawariawr tha Piaft Pilia
forbataaffsrnwjaaaadnar. This was en th. I T
ha of the saai. 'These are some of the rea
sons why tha Collier tunily return thanks
on this our national uay Ol pnuaa aw
The above is a correct statement of (acta
ooBorrnlog my little daughter and myself.
Mis. A. Colli SR.
Bohaerlhed sad sworn In before me this
2nd day of December, 1896.
Dr. WUliams' Pink Pills for Pole People
are sold by all dm prists. Thousands
of boxes have been disp-aed of. This
was one of the few retuedieH which was not
cut in price during the recent druetnsts war.
This (act allows that the price U within the
reach of alL Their cures are positive and
permanent They are sn onfjilin' specific
tor auch diseases ss locomoti r main, partial
paralvsis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neural
gia, rheumatism, nervous lieadache. pulpi
,aiiAi, afihe heart. Dale and sallow complet
ions, nervous prostration nnu tnst urru
feeling,"whichisaresultofihc latter, it
also a a permanent cure for all diseases re
sulting from vitiated humors of lite blend,
sueaasacfofula, erysipelas and likediseasea;
daaasea peculiar to wnenea, suchassuppm-
smds irrcgujarnies ana an miam oi wma
aras. The pills buikt up theceneral health,
thiekea the blood and send it coursing
tarwagb the veins with renewed life. And
one very sweuliar thing abo ri this remedy is
that there see aa unpleasant after effects.
TtMaannaofforBMS auHaTefS SfC DOW rC-
jeieing ta know that they are cured. Child
ren may sue taeaa wtin wnrs wuetj.
Thaa nilla Bra asaufiieturrd bv Dr. Wll-
ltama' Medicine Company, Hcbenectadj, N.
aad sre sold only la notes ocartng tne
Tor instance, there was Prof. Har
rington, at one time chief of the weath
er bureau. He wsb a scientist, and a
good one. and used only scientific meth
ods in everything to which he turned
his bond. For example, one day our
weather fellow at Baker City, Ore,,
failed to send in a report lor four
straight days. TA didn't knowwhet her
he was in the midst of storn-.s or calms;
; we couldn't hear from him. This Baker
j City silence grew tedious. My first no- i
1 tice of it, however, was one morning ;
j when 1 received a conunuruoation from I
Prof. Harrington, wherein he set forth :
the deathlike stillness which prevailed
in the case of our Baker City man and .
wound upby recommending that a gen- j
i tlemnn named Smith in San Francisco
be instructed to proceed to Baker City ;
bora, 0.522 of whom are credited to
New York, 6,683 to Massachusetts and
4,412 to Pennslyvania, while the tail
enders of the procession are Idaho and
Nevada, with two members each. Both
I these states, however, are better adapt-
K EXT DOOR TO BT. CH A RI KM
Children Kindly Treated,
at an expenditure not to exceed J100. ) .,rau) nittniy fBce stained with teurs.
ed to walking than wheeling.
WHEN MEN WEEP.
rleltliar Pala Nor urlof Which aa a Bute
Moves Them to Tears,
It is one of the first laws of the philos
ophy of emotion that men shall not cry.
They must find some other outlet for
their pent-up fedings. Swearing iB the
most natural expedient, but as this is
-nuHiderably worse than crvin.o;, the Ladies Hitir Drtianing a Spot ialty.
safest plan, perhaps, is to mane Tre--.nent
use of the expressions: "Dear
x!" and "gooduess gracious!" which
ire iierfectly harmless.
There are, ss everyone must know,
t imes when even the strongest men arc
k prcorue by their feeling, liitd a ter-
iblv lieartrt'iidinjr sitfht it is to see
nig frame couvulned with sobs and
IIYER, UDIEI ilD C0HSTIP4TI0I
Ploapant to take by tld or
young. No gripii g. .
The root of the LivwinetJ
plant is exli'iiHivdy us tl in
Norwav for the cure nf Piles
Sold by all firnt class flriig
gists. WlioleKulc Main. fiti tun ;
AnCHOU S ClIKMIfALl .
and explore the observatory, as well as
the man in charge, and discover the
reasons of his silence. It struck me as
a scientific case of going all about
Bobin Hood's barn, and 1 remarked to
the professor after reading his recom
" "I guess well follow your recom
mendation after I have wired him
that is, if it should then be necessary.
As a rule, however, it is neither pain
or grief whiv will make a mun cry.
:; jUlif rs, who will bear excrucinting in
juries without a moan, have been known
;o ureak down when the lights arc tow
ered and some very thrillinrr scene it.
portrayed on the Adclphi bontds.
Orators and singei-s are lioch subjec
In mi extraordinary degree to the swn;
of emotion. Tears are no uncommc
The Tangent- Prune 4 Nnrserv,
TANGENT, - - ORl-OON.
have a ve-v fine
.ock of fruit trvjes tt f r
"Thereupon I took a telofTaph blank ' .:, . DUiHi. In fact, there are fev
and wired my tongue-tied friend at preaehprs yhose voices are not at timer
Baker City, and briefly asked why he , so uI1 that tucy are choked villi fee'
hadfailedtosendtheweatherreport for Bn their eyes hcdimnied wit
the last four days. In about an hour tean Then, If yuu glance around th:
his reply came in. i hushed assembly, who are hanging o
1 have a ve-v hue i
good attortment of A-jl i bet winter varieties;
of one and two vear Cherry trees; fine one and
Pear; 8 few (1000) Prune; also a g md stock nf ltaspberri o,
Blaokberries, Luerotia Iewberry, (jooHeherries, CurninU
and Btrawberriea, I will take in exchange for tree 3' 0
lmshel8 of good oatB, IK 10 pounds dressed pork; also will
trade for one good young eow. ror panicuiurB auures ine
"Because the wires were down until .nc preacher's words, you will sec many tl Tangent, Or., Or Aodl'CWB & Peterson, Lebanon, Or,
14th af Saptcai-TPriar to ths. date aad I ana's trade-mark and wrspper, at iOwntt
after eonsoirmg aMsrs of dtaVreat sehoak a h. six boies for CoO and mm
mt sMolieiae. hebad takea her to the Hsosa- sold in bulk- The pubhc sliould beware ot
?.?r?J?5ZZZjr77Z saJslM imitations, aa msav nnscrnpa-
P""? I." "I . -- " ' r -zr'' i ki ai.
SMlarsa aw psaasSMW ' mi susnsr naiiamssa.
OF War . . .
There's a worse fight than that going on all
the time the fight to get customers and hold
them. The best weapons you can use are
good advertisements in The Lebakon Express.
Albany Furniture Co.
BALTIMORE BLOCK, Albany, Oregon.
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, mattinfj-'otc..
; . -.-fas,
. '" - Pictures and Picture mol&rjf' .
Undcrtakiiig a Specialty .
this moraine. They have just been re-'
That was all he said, but H was full
enough for our purpose. Of course, we ;
didn't get the information scientifical- j
ly, but we got it just the Mime, and it j
only cost 75 cents instead of $100. 1
"SUU, there IB nothing like science," j
continued the secretary," only one'
should be mighty careful how he fools
with it. A scientific misimp is apt to ,
broaden into a disaster rapidly. It was j
only recently that some earnest French ,
tmitnri,! from I'.nrone an in- !
sect called the 'gypsy moth.' He in
tended to cross this foreign moth with
aoroe local bird of kindred feather, and,
while I'm not clear as to bis ultimate
expectations, my impression is that he
thought that this mute mom wntcn ne ,
was after would take some important j
part is silk culture.
Bo he brought a family of gypsy
moths and established himself with
these interesting insect is some town
in Massachusetts. lie had them all ;
locked up in a sort of a mosquito-net- i
ting eage. This was nanging near an .
open window, in order to give the cap-1
lives a chance at the freil: air, and a
wind came along, when the French-:
man's scientific back was turned, and ;
blew the whole business out of doors, j
The gypsy moths got away and since ;
then they and their descendants nave
man whose cheeks are moist from sym-
The great Spurgeon would often bren' .
'own under stress of feeling, and Canon -'.iddon's
utterance many a time failet" ,
i.iin from the overwhelming pathos i
which his emotional voice betrayed, 1
Sims Beeves' "Tom Howling" always j
r.ff?oted the famous singer, and Marie
as known to break down when thi
ucll of his gentle heart's emotion was
filled until the tears could no longer be
When Charles Dickens put an end to
the career of little Haul Dombey, the
great writer went out into the dark
ness of the night and found comfort 'r.
tears. Many men are overcome whoi
reading books; even frivolons novels
may contain a chapter which n il) make
the throat husky und blur the pages
till they become invisible.
Mr. John Bright was know n on sev
eral occasions to give wayto his feel
ings in delivering a public speech, while
liOrd Russell is often beaten by the
pathos of his own impassioned lan
M. L. FOIISTEIL
A Dissolved Fartnsrshlp.
One of the ableBt and most brilliant
lawyers at the York county (Me.) bar
was John Holmes, of Alfred, who wait
widely known for his wit ant! sarcasm.
An opportunity was seldom lost by him
pearly eaten uff every green thing in ! ot exhibiting his opponent in a ridicu
Massachusetts, except Congressman i ions position. An instance of this kind
Morse. I hear the moths missed him. I occurred while a member of the sgtiat
It's the truth; the moths simply laid : of the United States, jp the discussion
waste the state, and the legislature has I on nullification. Mr. Tyler, of Virginia,
already been driven to appropriate over afterwards president, alluded to a satir
MOO.oob toward their extermination, j ical remark of John Randolph, In which
That hnimened as the result of that ! that gentleman had some time bofoti
scientific experiment. Oh, no! I am I deignatd certain active puMieians a
pot saying anything against science;
1 only wish to emphasise the fact that
people who fool with it ought to have a
care," ft. Y. Journal.
Of course you want all the po
litical news during the campaign.
We will send the Lebanon Ex
press to any address until June
15th for only 25 cents.
This gives you a subscription
of over three months for "an ex
ceedingly low price.
H. Y. KiRKPATftICK,
partners, under the firm name of
"James Madison, Felix Grundy, John
Vitality ot Disease Germs. j
During the summer of 14 the noted i
bacteriologists of Kmope, Koch, of Oer- i
manv. Pasteur, of France. Ewart. of
u.,iarwi Dn.i r.nMn, r.r t'nnUn.) , ber is dead and the second has cone intt,
mode experiments on the'vitality of the 1 retirement, and the last has pone to the i
germ which causes splenic fever in ! nullifiers and is now electioneering j
Holmes and the Devil," and asked Mr. for RwPot Pooq
Holmes, with the view of making a sc- CCL 1 CttO
vere cut, what had become of that cel
ebrated firm. Mr. Holmes immediately
sprang to his feet and said: ".Mr. Pros
ident, I will tell the gentleman what
has become of that firm; the first mem.
Mixed Varieties tr sound 40 cents.
Ktf pound 20 cents. 6)
THI ONLY x r
NEW DOUBLE SWEET PEA Bride of Niagara
True to name. Packo'; 2(5 cents, half Packet 15 cents. (j
The.. . r;r. DUU. n Onlu . . !si
Wondarfn Ul 11 1 1C1I-1 . 1 ICLI I 1LJIUI nuir! , e--.-.i.- X
animals. The facts thus deduced prove j
that earth worms mny bring up the,
germs from ujpecs where siich animals j
hove been buried after a lapse of 20 i
years, and that the dried and pulverized !
blood of such diseased animals will
produce the disease after 90 yean,
5) VICE'S FLORAL GUIDE, .886,
TUB HOSEER SEED CATA103CB.
' Chromo-htiiugrnplis of Ijinihic Sweet
,'t Pes, Roses, Fuchsia While riinnnnie-
nal, BiacklwrtiM, RaHplrficS; Kew
A Leader Tnraaio, Vcgetslili
Mr. Citiman (dining at country W j nIvfj
among the gentleman's constituents,;
and thus the partnership is legally dis-i
solved," Green iiag. j
Motbtnc Ho hnulL
Tried and True Novelties. !
Fuchsia dotitile white Phenomenal '
Blackberry, The Rathbun.
Tomato, Vick's Enrly Lcsdt
Xat Karlieut Touiuiq snuwr '
Tha Sleep of Children.
Children, until they are 12 or 13 years
old, should have at least ten hours':
sleep; eleven at bitteri unt41 It or la,
niiw troUrs It Ba tafaruoh.
laurant) Now jrou can bring me a
Walter (puzzled) What's that? i
Mr. Citiman Why, a small cup of
coffee about halt the regular size.
Walter bay, we don't have law than
Full list oi 1-lowers, Vegetables, Small Fruils, clc, with dcsrll.lic , , ,
6(1 Mailed on receipt of to cts. w.iich may Ik dtducled h..i fu- 5' "
(KKE-or free wiih on wi'.v for n,iy of the almve. ' "aa'"y
ROCHE!) IE R, NtEW YORX
fa JAMES VICK'a SONS