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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1896)
Carlos F. Shepard, a Member of the
Indianapolis Board of Trade,
is About Once More.
Cast of Weighty Interest
Kervous Complaints, for
' by "Feeding" the
Jew Tern In
JVom tto Ntw,
One of tbe tat known men about the In-1
4ianapolu Bonrd of Trade U Carlos F. Bhep
ird, who for several years hat been con
nected with the house of H. E-Kinney, grain j
broker. Mr. Shepard is fc bluff, hearty, old
gentleman of medium height, gray-headed
and with a mustache like a French veteran.
He Is a man of very decided views on all
subject! and is especially orthodox in poli
tics and medicine, Kotwithstanding his firm
ness in his convictions and the vigor with
which he maintains them he is a man of many
friends for manly men, even though some
times obstinate in their opinions, have the
fane of character that win admiration and
So a few months ago when the news came
to his old associates on the Board of Trade
that Mr. Shepard had received a stroke of
paralysis and that the probabilities were that
his days of usefulness were over, and that
perhaps, his hours were numbered, the deep
est svmpathy went out to the smitten man
and his family. It seemed to all his friends
almost impossible that this rugged old man,
always so wholesomely hearty and cheerful,
always a picture of health for
BIB CHEEKS WERE LIKE THE ROBE
IN THE SNOW;
, could have been so suddenly laid low. But
it was true and many weeks passed before
his well-known form and kindly face re
turned to his former business haunts. His
re-appearance was made the occasion of a
hearty welcome and the story of his illness
and recovery is well worth the telling.
"I was taken sick," said Mr. Shepard.
"m th 17th of August 1895. As I had all
along been of the opinion that I was made of
iron, you mnv weii UBIMJYW UUM !
for me to entertain the thought that I was to
be laid up for more than a day or two. I
am 68 years old, and for 40 years up to
the time of this attack, I had not had a day's
sickness. Tiie doctors who diagnosed my
ease saw at once that it was something seri
ous. Thev at first said that it was lumbago
then sciatic rheumatism. They finally
came to the conclusion they did not know
what was the matter with me. I experi
enced no pain, my head was clear, my ap
petite good, but I lost the use of myself from
my hips down. This was a hard stroke
to an active man who has always had an
easy going pair of legs. My brother-in-law,
who is a physician, came from a neighbor
ing city to see me. He pronounced niy af
fliction to be locomotor ataxia. I am of the
opinion that he diagnosed the case correctly
for I was absolutely paralyzed from the
" Before he came, however, a day or so be
fore I had begun taking Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People. That was on the 20th
day of last October. I read an article in the
Indianapolis New and saw testimonials de
scribing; cases cured that were similar to
nine. It struck me that the remedy could
not do me any harm and I began to take the
" Before I began taking them I could not
mtir m nnor Tint tn hp reJrrirt fmm nlace
to place. I had not pot far into the first box
when I felt thus deliverance from my en
forced inaction bid come. Before I finished
tb second Wa I was able to walk alone
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ADDRBaft (in full) CASH BUYERS' UNION,
to Anyone Suffering With
the Patient was Cured
Nerves. This Is a
with the aid of a cane. About home I do
not nse a cane now but when I come out on
the slippery pavements 1 feel that I need a
little support to make my tooting sure.
"I am Btitl using Williams' Pink Pills,
but I hare reduced the dose to one alter
each meul. It seems that I have been able
to throw some discredit on the predictions of
my doctors thanks to the pills. They stud I
could never walk again but here I am, and
I think the credit must be given to the pills.
It is said the pills are stimulating, but I can
not say that they give me any sensations that
I am aware of. They merely cure and that
is quite enough for me.
"Since I nave been out I have been a
walking advertisement for Williams' Pink
Pills. I suppose I have reconnnemied them
to at least a hundred persons. WhntI You
want to print all this ? Why, my dear sir,
I never gave a recommendation to any pro
prietary medicine before in my life. Per
haps it may not be a bad thing to do so this
time if it will help any suderer to regain
health and bodily activity."
Carlos F. Shepard has been a resident of
Indianapolis for over twenty years. He lives
at No. 720 East Ohio Street. He has always
been an active, enterprising man and his
many friends will rejoice that he has liter
ally been put upon his feet again. He is
not only well-known locally but to grain
shippers all over Indiana and Illinois.
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MlilRIM, IH H4 W, VAN IURBN IT,, 0HI0A00, ILks
A WONDERFUL TOWN. !
ITS NAMc IS WAYNE, AND IT IS NEAR
Vwiuded hjr Anthony J. lrst and Oenrir !
W, Chllds A Flam or fjuict Ueslduuo),
Away From the &rU of Trade Pol lee-
man Ant Not Needed. ,
About a tan miles from Phihulel-1 . . nM "eriuan.i e net ing. wim
. - 11, . . i , 4, I, i tradesmen mi anecdote Ib to u. During
phm,ontho mum lu,eo tho l eun8ylv:i. ,8t:llr(,it , ice a neighbor of Duma?
ma railroad, te tho wonderful town of K,ut to a dealer for some and wan told
Wayne. Tne wouderfuHown of Wayne uat the limited took on baud waB kept
Is a product of the philanthropy of tor the use of the famous author. Thou
George W. Chiltle, who, together with the gentleman cent again and bade hia
Anthony J. Drexel, nliiunitd to bring it aervaut ask for the ice in tho name of
into existence for the uenutil of such Phil- M. Dumas. The plan succeeded. Tho
adeluhians us yearned for moresuburlwn Ice was given, and the servant put down
life than was afforded by thoslwdy tlior- tho money on the counter. "Ah," crie
oughfara nud placid highways of their tho tradesman, "give me back that Icel
native city, and as Mr. Childs ;tr..l ilr. Now I kuow that you are not from 41.
Drraol had unlimited capital with which Dumas. He nevor pnyB ready money."
to carry out the plan fur an ideal sub-; "My father," said M. Dumas tils,
urban settlement Wayne was founded "once told mo that if he could portiou
on the firmest of foundations nud has out a new lite ho would be n handsome
flourished in a manner calculated to woman till BO, a victorious general
cause the proverbial bay tree to wither from 80 to 00 ami a cardinal in his old
with envy. . age." Dumas, as he related this par-
The inhabitants of Wayne number eutnl desire, glanced toward itossini and
several thousand and are all inordiuute- added: "I should prufer toclose my life
ly proud of being Wnyueltes. They are as an illustrious composer, Moii chor
proud with the pride which flushes the Kossini, when you enter a room, the very
obsequious head salesman of the suspeu- lacquer pronounces your name with
der department when the firm recognizes pride aa he announces you. "
his worth and promotes him to the diit?y Then turning to the company he oon
altitude of second floorwalker in chief, linued: "Announce, for instance, M. le
and their pride is a thorn in the sides of ; Duo d'Aumale and Signor Rossini at the
all the surrounding settlements and less lame moment and see on which side all
ostentatious suburban stations. Moat of IwihIb and ull hearts will incline tirst.
them that ia.most of the males are wor- All eyes would boon the groat musician
thy clerks under middle ago and blessed who created ' II Barbiere de Hoviglia. ' "
with wives and rapidly accumulating And then we all filled our glasses with
olive branches, and if they are not wor- arningnaoof the vintage of 181 1 and
thy clerks they are worthy iu some other drank the health of Kossini, The old
line, for none but worthy persons have composer did not rise, but bin face broke
ever found a foothold iu Wayne, and the out into voluminous smileB as he shook
breath of scandal has never smirched the the hand of the author of "La Dame
polish of its purity. Their wives are as , Aui Camellias. "Philadelphia Times.
typical of the quiet middle class Phila-
dolphia women and girls ns they them-1 Pompeii" iiuiiueu Nolo.,
selves are representative of the average j A number of business anuonnceinonta
spotlessly conventional Philadelphia are to be found at Pompoii, that brisk
masculine being, little city to whose daily life the energy
Physically regarded, Wnyno is as fair of VesuviuB has lent a kind of immor
to look upon as it is from a moral stand- tulity. flere we get a Inige number of
point. It is an exposition of theessenceof , miscellaneous inscriptlonB dealing with
Queen Anne iu architecture, tempered matters of daily life, announcements of
with tho colonial aud the other popular forthcoming gladiatorial games, edicts
forms of rural residence design which ; of magistrates, wine sellers' attempts to
have in the Inst decade run riot through captivate customers, rewards for lost or
out the length and breadth of the land, stolon property, houses tor sale or to be
There are dark red houses and bright j let and other things of that sort,
red ones, there nre those which are red We learn from one announcement
and green, und pink nud gTeen, nnd o 1 that a glass of wine could he got for 1
nary and green, and there are orange and as abont U farthings wbllo for 4 asses
white ones, and there are pearl colored i one could drink real Fuleruian. Another
types with dove tinted trimming. And Inscription informs ns that a denarius
there are just as many unconventional i about 7 pence was paid for waah-
uesigns in sunpe as mere are in color,
and altogether the wonderful town of
Wayne is a most satisfying spectacle to
any one who seeketh the beautiful, the
odd or the abnormally hideous in inex
pensive but conspicuous dwellings,
Naturally Buch a settlement is above
reproach iu its government. It lias j house.
broad roads, perfectly laid, fine, broad j There are aevetal such Inscriptione on
Bidewalks, a waterworks aud spleudid 1 the same wall of tbie particular house,
drainage, all of which were provided by j an dated the 20th of April, a tunio
Messrs. Childs and Drexel, and it baa a ond pallium; on the 7th of May, an ar
president and council, a fire engine t tide which need not bo particularized,
equipment, an athletic club and ground j while on the dny following two tunios
for both sexes, a debating society, a are scored.-Macmillans Magazine.
series Ol wimer uiiiicet, u Wirt lug circle,
a whist club and a lot of other .such at
tractions provided by the residents tluun
selves, and all these things are managed
.without a hitch or a jar, and peace
reigns supreme from Jan. 1 m any given
ycaruutilthe hour of midnight on the
folloTvini; Hint of Decunibvr,
Wayni! has no store i)f uny kiutl, and
of course a saloon is as furoigu to its
contincB as a snowstorm would Ixi in an
equatorial jungle. On the other side of
the railroad there is also a Wiiyne
an old fashioned Bevolutionary times
Wayne named after the American gen
eral who was known as Mad Anthony
Wayne, and there may be found shops
and stores and saloons and business
offices, bnt in the new and beautiful
Wayne such things are unknown and
must ever be unknown unless the laws
of its organization be ruthlestily shatter
ed and the dictates of its title deeds ig
nored. Nor has it any police, but then why
snouta u uaver no one is oaa, no one is
other than faultless, tho very dogs don't
bark at night, the cats remain indoors
after sunset, and a policeman would be
as much out of place in Wayne as a
prizefighter at a little girls' paper doll
party. But the sweet sense of security
which pervades the place is not without
its insurance clause, so to speak. . ven
Wayne might be Invaded by a reckless
tramp bent on securing a square meal or
(horrible as the thought is to the Wayne
ites) by a nocturnal prowler seeking to
enter and rob a happy home. And then,
too, the business hours of the day find
its adult male population away in the
city, and the women have not their nat
ural protectors at hand.
Therefore each family has a huge tin
hom on which a mighty blast can be
sounded as mi alarm when aid is noedod
to repulse a tramp or to fight the fire
fiend. At first the alarms were frequent,
because the children could not resist
testing the tin bonis at unseemly hours,
but. a mntinf7 nf tliA cnimnit ft tcoA il fina
of 5 on false alarms, and now, through
the agencies of repeated spankinfjH and
also of hanging the horns too high for
the cliildren to reach, no more false
alarms come to startle the community.
Wayne came very near being called
Moutono, which was to have Jieen pro
nounced Me-'n-tony as a pleasant recog
nition of the intimate friendship between
r. rt.ti.io nnrl riH..vi 41 ..1
ijxi. uiuusouu .mi. mimci, uub un men
was abandoned. As it stands now it is
an enduring monument to both J
men, and it has not only fostered their
fame, but increased their fortunes as
well. New York Mail and Express,
Customer Waiter, this bnllock's heart
Is vory badly cooked.
Waiter-Well, sir, the fact Is, the
sook's been crossed in lovo, and when
sverhe has anything to do with B 'cart
it so upsets him that lio doesn't know
what he's ft-doin of. London Million,
The morning nunc m atruniw mid whit
And still M death doth coma. Almost
It was m UtotiRh the phi th tiiul mept
And woke to find htmtit a gbrwt.
Clnap , oh, k clow, to her oltanfpHl face
'1 lio eky draw downl llowcoitlilehe know
Hermit m she lay shrouded there
In the white wonder of the utuwr
-Mvry N. Bradford In Uomihoe'e MarmIiw.
The Klder Dumaa.
ing a tunio, and the date, the lUth of
April, is carefully recorded Ly the writ
er, Whether she was the laundress or
the owner of tu tunic mint be left un
decided, but it seems at leant thut she
was in the habit of marking up her
wnshinu account on the walls of her
Dlihei anil Flatten of Uold.
Queen Victoria's wonderful set of ta
ble furniture is kept in two fireproof
j chambers and is said to represent a cash
j valno of 20,01)0,01)0. Among it is the
' goldentableservlcemadofor George VI,
calculated for IM gnests and contain
Ing the famous crystal clmuiimine cool
er which is largo enough for a bathtub.
There are many pieces in It that former
ly belonged to d)ueen Elizabeth, besidea
splendid solid gold veesois from India,
Hiam and China. The prido of the col
lection Is a teacup once owned by
Charles XII and a gold poncook made
for Ueorge III lit a cost of 40,000.
St. Louis Bepubllc.
A DlOicult Feat.
A member of a Houston volunteer firs
company did not appear at tho scene of
the conflagration nntil after the fire wa
nndor control. Tho chief of the fire de
Dnrtment ronrnached him hitterlv for hia
j neglect of duty.
'It's not my fault," replied tho fire
man. "I livoquite a distance from the
"That's no excuse. Yon must move
nearer to the next fire." Texas Sitt
ings. Very Delicate.
"So yon proposed to Miss Jinglebiltf"
"And she refused yon ?"
"Perhaps it was a hasty answer?"
"No. Bbe took care that it shouldn't
be. Bbe sent it by a messenger boy."
It is aeldom that wood which has
grown more tban 4,000 years before th
i Christian era i uned iu thoconutruction
! preaont day residence, and yet this
teally happened recently in Edinburgh,
where a mantelpiece was fashioned from
wood said to be 0,000 years old.
The old 'ushion ot u"inK candled
i P01"19 of "l0 orflnr!e blossom In tea
' R")",B 10 B""l" torgoiien. u a rew
' thl) cundied petals be put Into the tea
! b(jfur6 " "toopod, thny give it a flavor
noticeably peculiar, but w esteemed
Tommy heard his mother call an in
sect that was flying around them the
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Klpans Tabules cure dyspepsia,
Jtlpuns Tabules cure nausea.