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IN THE STREET WHERE I LIVE.
tb lha ttreet where I Ilea, at the end of the)
Jfiere, la never a rattle of r heelt Dp and down,
Rut the liillany mutcof rattling Iran
And thaelilminof nuir little birdatn the ear,
While tlie apple that hanf In lha tree o'er the
; Are aa red aa th tnn when he leera through th
And the tnnahtne It (Uterine aver between
Qlil naniee'town handing of arange and green,
For th leant In th olear autumn Urn art a
th ilreaa of th llltl mlM over th way
VVuen h trip, with that charm that demur.
' nee ran give,
to th llttl fray church In th trel wher I
1 there ar tree trar and tender and r blue
That h)k through th window that face on
. And a pleaaur ther is, when th hour (row
In watchlnc the lover who nan o'er th pit
And whin per uch nothings at lovera will glva.
n th thadowa that (all In th ttreet when I
In the ttreet wher I liv eh, Hi manr long
She I live) ther in truth, and Ma only
" i through teart
1 can are th old place. For th (tract It hat
Till the highway it paved, and th house art
1 And Hia only in dreamt, when th (tar glim
That I liv In th ttreet at the end of th town.
Charlea Gordon Roger.
A DliOPPED LETTER.
David Elliott was what ia called a
good boy. ETe thought it was wrong to
' crib red would not for anything have
.'opened his Homer during "Rep,"
though if the fellow next him hap-
'pened to have loose leaf on bia knee
... . ,
that waa another matter, of course, and
w hrm '"king a glance at her and implored him not to toll any
hat just before getting on hia legs. He body. To show bow fond he waa of
had a hatred of bnllying-eepecially I ber David promised not to say any
, when he firt went to school-and was thing about it. and she ran away, lear
. always most kind to the small boys, jg him ,0 pick n tba piecet ,nj
Everybody knows that a certain amount .crape p as much of the caviare as be
of discipline is good for them, and that I could, which wasn't much. She did
if they become arrogant the truest kind- not make her appearance at lnncheon.
ntsa is to show thera their real position t She sent down to say that she did not
in society, and this David always did fl very well, which, between a guilty
by a moderate and jndicions use of the conscience and too mnch caviare, ia
middle stump. He was never cruel to quite likely to have been very true,
dumb animals. Sir Water looked for bis precious jar.
Cats, by the way, are not dumb an- ,nli ot seeing it told the butler to put
traals. aa everybody who has ever bro- u on the table.
kenacat'a leg with a stone well knows; -If you please, Sir Walter." the man
indeed they are really beasts of prey. eaj,i, looking shvly at David, "there's
aotbat chivying tnem ia nothing but none of it left ; it's all gone "
tiger bunting on a small scale. Above sir Walter only said. "Oh. indeed,"
.all, he never told lies. He was always but he looked as if he meant to say a
.iuIOi01uiiiicuii auu.gooii deal more at some other time,
if people sometimes carried away a j Later in the afternoon be seut for David
wrong tmproasion after asking him a and told him that the servants denied
onestion it was always because they ! naving touched his caviare, and that
bad not put it properly. ' j aa he had been seen in the dining room
In the midsummer vacation, when 1 that mnrnino- ha ,.i,,,tt ,. i,.
Davirl VflR 1 1. ha wAnt in Brwnfi a eiuik I
or two at Ingleby manor, where his nn
cle, Sir Walter Elliott, lived. He was
much lie.'ler off than David's father,
whe-Was the youngest son and a clergy
man, and from whom David bad learn
ed his love of truth.
Now Ingleby manor was a very nice
piace tor it uoy ro spend his summer
holidays in. It stood in a large park
with a lake in it, in which there were
quite a number of fish. A punt was
moored in one corner of tbe lake, and a
stream ran out of it in which there were
delightful little pools for bathing and
plenty of water rats that were always
ready for a romp with the terriers. In
tbe bmitv were a billiard table, with a
whole net nf pool balls, and a room full
cf gnu. In tbe stables there were six
or seven horses, and a number of dogs
lived in ilitferent parts of tbe place.
There wn also a skittle alley and a
large Lit: lien garden. In fact, it waa
pertet t paradise, and like every other
paradise it contained an Eve and a
serpent both cousins of David. The
Eve was named Lncia. She was a year
. younger than David, but she always
showed promise of growing into what
ahe now in tbe handsomest woman in
the county. She was an orphan and
apent a good deal of her time with ber
uncle, who was very fond of her, as in
deed was everybody else.
David fell in love with ber at once,
and the more he loved her the more he
disliked tiis other cousin Hnghie. He
also dt-Koi.-u-d him and considered him a
boy tO Spend his Summer
scng, which is a rude word and one not
to be used to anybody who ia big enough
to punch tbe bead of the boy using it.
Indeed, though Hugh wag not altogeth
er a gentleman ; still less was be alto
gether a md. He was a very handsome
boy and gentlemanlike enough in some
things, bnt be was not dressed quite
like tbe Imys at David's school, and be
did not know bow to treat servants.
Worse tbitii all, be dropped bisb's not
always, but only if be got excited about
David will never forget the look that
came on his uncle's face when, as they
were watching a county match one aft-
ernoon, Hugh cried out, "Well 'it, sir;
well 'it indeed!" He turned quite
pale and said, very quietly, "Come,
boys, I think we've seen enough of
this, "and they bad to leave tbe ground,
althongh tbe second inning was only
just beginning. But, in spite of this,
Lucia tiki el Hnghie much better than
rhe did David. When she climbed a
tree, it was always to liim that she
called to help ber down, and when they
played cricket she never cared how far
she had to run after tbe ball if Hughie
had bit it. Once it was a very hot
afternoon, and David couldn't get
Hnghie out he called out fur fun,
"Well 'it, sir, indeed!" Hughie only
laughed, but she turned as red as a
turkey cock and walked off into tbe
hon.'tv leaving David to field as well as
bowl. She aud Hugbie used to go off
for long walks together,' leaving David
to lounge about by himself and wish
that his nncle would send Hughie back
to bis mother, little knowing that the
time was close at hand when be would
le very near to being sent borne in dis
, Now, tbe nncle of these boys was a
.'rnan who thought a great deal abont
eating and drinking. Indeed be
thought of little else, for Wwu too
Utj to walk nml too fat to cars about
tilling ami never opened lnxk by any
chance. One reanon that he likeil Paviil
bi tter than Hindi wbioh at that time
he certainly did waa that Hnghie had I
' CT eVAUKlllV llltit
an immense, healthy appetite, which
I.! him .,v... :v,m.,.. k t.i
get, without much carirg what it vu
o long aa there was plenty of it,
whereas David w much more partic
nlar, and generally took only what he
...... . vui u aUM un wuiu
nail seen Ills uncle take, knowing; that
Uiat waa pretty certain to be the beet.
It happened abont thia time that a
friend of Sir Walter who was in the
embassy at St. Petersburg sent him
jar of some very apecial Ruwian deli
cacy which cannot be got in England,
even if an Englishman on Id be found
clever enongh to pronounce its name.
It waa a sort of caviare. It looked like
black jam and tasted like a mixture
of aea water and vinegar, bat he was
charmed with bia present, and aa the
jar waa a small one, and he had been
warned to keep it out of a draft, or
away from the light, or some such
thing, he would not trtist the servants
with it, bnt kept it in a apecial place
in the dining room. He did not offer
any of it to his young guests, and this
made Lucia very anxious to taste it, for
she was a greedy little thing and ate
almost, as much fruit as Hughle him
One morning when David was pass
ing the wiudow be peeped in and saw
Misa Lncia, with the 1ar in one hand
and a snoon in the ntW. ftatlnir thia
horrible mess aa if it really bad been
im' He watched her for a minute or
I two anJ then went suddenly into the
I !m' She 8creHlneJ "J dropped the
1 J" th gTon.nJ'. wher " w"
smashed. Then she began to cry and
lvul1l ..," .... Zu
eaten it He was sorry that David
shonld have allowed other people to run
the risk of bearing nnjnst blame. He
didn't mind the lost particalarly, but
was sorry that David bad been so reti
cent. ace to wh(.r8 hia littIfl n1av,nflta .Mt nn
- widoW lpd. a aolemn l.wlr nr. h-r
Then David bad an idea. "I did not
take it, nncle," be said.
"It was 'Ugh," said David, still
looking at the girl. What be said to
himself that be said waa, "It was yon."
If misunderstood, was it bis fault?
"No, doubt, no doubt, " muttered the
kindly old gentleman, with a troubled
look, "but but I'd rather you hadn't
And all Hugh's aKtutuxhed denials did
i not save bim from punishment.
A dozen years and moro have passed
over Ingleby manor and those whom it
sheltered during these summer holi
days. Sir Walter Elliot is still alive,
but he is getting very old. and it seems
as if be had not many more years to
live. Lucia is now a spoiled beauty,
who rules the manor anij everybody in
it. David a hard working curate, and
Hugh has been sent by him to an army
tutor, baa passed into and out of and
hnrst and is now a lieutenant in the Q.
D. O. (Irish Chestnuts). Only the
house is unchanged amid all the
changes, and as David stands, after
dinner, on the terrace that runs ontside
tbe long drawing room and watches in
the clear summer sky,
Bur le clocher jaunl,
Conim un point tur un I.
bis mind flies back to that unfoigotten
summer when he first saw the place.
What a happy time it was after Hugh
had left and what a pretty child Lucia
was! Even then be was in love with
her, and now now that she was in the
full bloom of her beauty what more
can he say than that be is in love with
her still? Will she ever return his love?
He has been in the bouse a week, and he
hardly dares put the question to him
self. And yet his visit ends tomorrow.
Can he go back to his dingy parish,
leaving it still unasked and unan
swered? Suddenly a white shimmer
ing cloud, in the midst of which a
spark burns brightly, appears round tbe
corner of the bouse and moves toward
bim with a fron frou of silk. Tbe next
minute Lncia is standing before bim, a
filmy lace shawl over her dark hair, a
cigarette between her red lips and a
saucy smile in her eyes.
"May 1 offer yon one?" she asks de
murely. "There are no bishop about,"
and she holds out a silver case with ber
monogram enameled in red on the side.
He takes a cigarette with a smile and
lights it from her awkwardly, for be is
no smoker, and is wondering what bis
recti - cuulil say if be could see him at
that ii:o:jji nt. Lucia laughs at him
softly, H;irin;;s on the balustrade that
runs along the terrace and fiits lurched,
swinging bur buff colored slippers like
a schoolboy and blowing tiny pertutned
clouds into tbe midsummer night air.
Tbe diamond buckles on her insteps
twinkle in the moonlight and then dis-
appear under billowy
out nnder ber frock.
lace that peeps
"There; now I'm qnite happy," she
"Oh. for heaven's lake, don't takotlmt
tone, there' good fellow," aald the
tlragoou good huinoredly, "Youaee,
Lm-ia a ao d n 1 mean ao awf'ly
fond of chaff; ahe'lt yet hentelf Into a
uover so nappy a when she
uiakin a find of some one, just as she't
been doin to yon. And yon must have
been goln very badly about what's in
that letter, but she sccma to think bet
ter of it now, and she aent for me and
gtre me my order to tell you she was
taly chaflin you."
David bad sunk Into a chair and waa
Sow quite pale aud trembling,
"She told me she'd refused Sir
Charles Scutlamore becanse she loved
mo," ue groaued, "and that if aheeverH
mamed anybody it would be me and
The dragoon shook his head and
looked grave. "Too bad," he said
sympathetically. "She really shouldn't,
you know. It really isn't fair to a fel
low." David jumped up from his chair In a
passion. "And alio sent yon here to
tell me this," be cried augrily. "I
don't believe it No girl could be so
"It's true enough," said Hngh.
"Seems odd, doesn't it? bnt she'a a
queer girl. We've been engaged for
three mouths, and it'll come off as atxm
as I get my troop. It's a very good ar
rangement, because I'm to have the
manor, you know."
David smiled unpleasantly. "Are
you sure of that?" tie asked.
"Why, yea certain, unless my nn
cle should change his mind."
"Then, I suppose, "said David bitter
ly, "that it was only in pursuance of
ber peculiar vein of humor that Lncia
told me that he'd left the manor to
The dragoon pulled his mustache and
"Oh, come, I say!" he said. "A
joke's a joke, bnt that's goin a little
too far. Aren't you mistaken abont
that? What did she say?"
"She said," replied David slowly,
'"Don't you know? Uncle Walter's
left it to yon?'"
The dragoon considered deeply for a
few minutes; then a smile broke ont on
bis sunburnt face sud be laughed heart
ily. "What a wicked little thing it
is!" he said admiringly. "1 see' now
what she meant by sarin 1 waa to ask
yo'J if you remembered that she told
yon she'd dropped a letter outside the
"Yes," David said drearily, "I re
member. What baa that to do with
"My good fellow, don't yon see? The
! letter she dropped waa an II. She
meant to aay that he'd left it to Hugh
that ia me." Exchange.
The Rev. Joseph Haven, wno preaenp
in Rochester, N. II,, during the Ihj-I
quarter of the last ceutnry. has been al
ways remembered for his genial spirit
and his inexhaustible humor. Oue story
j told of him has many parallels, but it ii
I quite as likely to be tme in bis case as
I in any.
The boy had been guilty of some grave
offense, and yet would not confess it
"I can tell who did it," said the parson,
and accordingly he culled together all
the boys suspected and explained to them
that he had confined a rooster nnder a
kettle in a darkened room. One after
another thea must pass in and touch the
kettle. When the guilty boy touched it.he
miht expect to hear the rooster crow.
The lads tiled in ami out again and
, , . , , .til'"1 alii, run win na.v a ni-i;nsiiir urn, i.nm,
were made to display their lingers. All nian ed by tny In lb orlil fur Ha henn Un:
bnt those of one lud were sooty. He, tho
guilty one, had not ventured to touch
the telltale kettle. Youth's Companion.
Hentibla Treatment of Come. ,
Light shoes, abort shoes and clumsy
shoes produce corns by compressing,
cramping and rubbing against the joints.
A great many of these pedal blemishes
are hereditary. In any case it ia a good
plan to suppress them. Every medicine
merchant haa a variety of "cures," and
nearly all give temporary relief. A
poultice made of vinegar soaked bread
crumbs will cure a little corn in one
night It is not advisable to let a corn
grow. Either rub down the formation
with pumice stone or remove it with a
knife. A little opposition will discour
age it, provided sensible shoes are worn.
In pedienring, as in manicuring, the feet
should be soaked in hot water aud aa
much of the waxte material brushed and
rubbed off as possible. New York
Saved Her Life.
Mrs. C. J. Wooi.nRmnit, of Worthnm,
Texaa, saved thn lif of her rhllil hy the
use of Ayer's Cherry I'ectoral.
"One of tny ehlldren had Croup. The
cuiie was attended by our physlelnri. snd waa
supiKiaed to lie well tinder eniitrol. One
nlKlit I was tlartled by thn child's hard
lireatliliiK, and on K'iIiik to It found It ttran
Kilns. It had nearly ceatrd lo lirenllir.
JteallzliiK that the rhlld't alarming condition
hail become poanllile In aplte of the medicines
f:lven, I reasoned that such remedies would
10 of no avail. Having part ol a bottle (
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral In the limine, I (rave
the child three clone, at short Intervals, and
anxiously waited remits. From the moment
the Peetoral waa given, the child's brealhliiK
drew eaaler, and, In a ihort time, the wan
aleepliiK quietly and lirealhliiE naturally.
The child In alive and well Unlay, and I do
not hesitate to tay that Ayer's Cherry I'eo
tural saved her life." a
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. A yer k Co., Lowell, V aaa.
Prompt toact.sureto cure
. A NARROW ESCAPE!
How it Happened.
The following remarkable event In a Isdy'f
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in emv iu my ra
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T. W. tlamiNNtN, H H,
UAVKL LOUUIt. NO. .V A O. It.
MivlxiM'nml aiiil Inurlli Haluiday eveiilnia at
KiHiilil t lull, t'tiib)'. Vlalliui litnlhera mail
K K t'ARl.TON. A K HMAHK
Reinriliir. Mtaier Wurkman
'ar71tiIN S ItHANCIt, No. M7, t!. K ul A.'"
Meela every t ueailay evenliiir at their hall
eniuer Main and lentil Hlreeia, lirrfnu I lly.
N. t'. Mo t at l a.Hi'e'y. T. W. H'.i.ivh, 1'ret.
Ml'l.TNoMAII l.olMlK,'Nt).' 1. A. F A A. M. "
llul. la ta reKiilar eninmiiiili'alliiua nn drat
ami llilrtl Halutilayanl earh imiutli at 7 Ml r. M.
Brethren 111 (ihh! atailillna are Invllwlto alli'lid.
I. L I'i'lt ikll, W. al,
T. K. HYAN. Km'retary.
I I.Al KAMAS I II A fit It.
Clai'kauiat I'hanter Nil '1 It. A. M llenlar
t'liiirorailiiii third Uuinla) ul th mouth al 7 ai
II S. Hi KANtiK. II. P.
(1 !. UV,Br'v.
OKKonN LoliilK, Ha' a," I' 6. O, t. "
Meeta every Tlturailay eteu ,.a at 7 ,1 oVl.x't
r. M. In the Hi', I Kellnwa' Hall, Main alreel.
almnliert nl the Ontvrar luilloii In attend.
OKO C. KLY, N. O
Thn. Hyan, Heeretary.
oHWKiloXol.uK. No a, I, it. o r
Meeta at Odd Fellilvt't hall, Oaorto, every
kliiiiilay venilif. ' I a 1 1 1 1 1 at bretlinui mail
ai'limne W. J. I'lllNAr.K, N. 0.
J. r. Kil tv, Hee.
r.I.M KNl'AMPSIKNT. Nu. 4, I. tl O, r
Mneia Ural and third Tuioday aiil eai'h mnuth,
tlll.ld Kellnwa hall. Mumliera ami vl'III'lS
pairlan ha, rnrdlally Ini ln-1 In annul
J. A. SIKWAKT. W. II tloWKLU
Si'tllie. t'hlel I'alrlareh.
tt AfllKSirYltlliit, Kti'iii
Ueeta Tueaday evenlut al A.O. I', W. Mail. Via-
ling nivaitiera Invltel. J, II. Ilnvtaan,
I'M Aa. Kau.v, (' l K
CA.NHV U'IMIK Mt, M. I. O, U. T.
Ueela Oral and third Haturday evrtihi( nl
each mnuth al kntiihl a hall, t'anliy. Vlaltliif
nirniiKra alwaya made wrli-nme
Kl.Lt Kjiiiiiit. tier litn. Kmiuiit W.C.
WOODMKN OK TIIK WOIILU,
WIMamelte Kalla ( amp Nn I In, ninli M and
tlh Tueadav nlarlila In raih mnuth In K. ul P
hall. Vlaltluic tii'inlilaira made arlrnme.
K. R. MaatiM. t'lerk. K. M. Kai.a.f. 0.
SCSItlsK I.OIM1K, NO i A. O. I' W ,
Mreta every arrnnd ami Imirth Haluiday olrarh
tmitiih al It llaimvllle, (lrf-..n
M. C. Viil'Hil, M. W.
John Tvi.ua. heriirdrr.
I'lii iKttN Lol'iiK. Ntir iA Aroir"W.
Meeta everv Thurly evenlut al Oild Krlinwa
hall, O, wr.. Vlalliui titi'lln.ii alwaya ael
ei-'tie J, IM'aaraat.1.
M SrtAi aa. Keenrder M w.
Mill. Al. I. A l.nlii.K No. IU, A O. f. .
Mn-ta Drat aud third Hatunlay In earh niiilith
at irhiail hniiae Vlilunf nirnil'ra made !
T. n. srirr, M. v
J W Tm
KAI.M flTY L'llitiK. OK AO f. W.
Mrvla every Haiiirday evenlui nl earh tminlh
lu A. O f. W. hall 7th hi. All tiilimriiiui
brethren eixdlally Invited In aiiend.
T. K. laAl I.T, M. W.
tlmi ( ai irr Hmrder
Kot'M'AI.N Hunt: ro . No I.
Hriular mrrtlni are., nil V) eilueaday In aeli
! miiiiih at eiiKlue ln.u.r, eaat aide Main aiiret,
, brlueru Krteuth and i.lflllli
, J. W,8twat. Her. II KTAilHT, K'rm
U. r irisx. rnreniau
MOl.ALLA OKANOK. No. 40, P nf II.
Merit at their hall tl M'rlxhl'a llrlde nn th
tereud Saturday nf earh laoiilh tl 10 a. in
Kellnw ntrmliera made welrnm.
.. J. NtLanH, Matter.
K II. Cnorta. Her.
WAHNKK OIIANilK. Nit. 117. t nl II.
Mrrl li.unli Saturday nf earh nionlh, al thlt
hall In New Kra. I . I . H llllaina, Maaier
Mr Mav Waldn.o. Her')
MKADIt KOHT, Sn a (I A. H lKI'AltTMKNT
Meett Ural Monday nl earh ntnnlh. al K. nl
P. Hall. Orrfuu I lly. Vlalliui rnmradea made I
HAVII) MrAKTIIl K, Commander.
MI. V l l.ii a aa a. Adjutant
OKN. LIIOOK I'OHT. No. W I). A. KTIeM
mrlit ul Orrtoii.
Meett In trhrail hnuae at Needy nn Ural Hat
unlay In earh mnuth at i o'rlork p. m. All
Cnniradra made welrumv LI lliixtNua,
II. THnMeaoN, Ad)t. Cnmiuamler.
HONS OK VKTKHANH
E. D. haker Camp, Nn. I mreta every Ural
ami third ihiiradny ovunliif ol raeh uionlh.at
K. ol P. hall.
W. It Johnann, Captain ; H. 8 lleloinv. rlepre
aentatlvr liv hurainimiit; (i. 1 1. Wi.hI, lat
l.lenienauii Alonin Wlrkhein, id l.lruiruant;
C. A Herman. I.l Srrteaut.
CLAI'KAMAH I.OIIliK, Nn. ft7, A O. U W
Mreta Drat and Ihlrd Mnndey In earh month,
at MtralKUl'a Hall Vlaltiii( brrthern wrleome.
C. K. 1'e.aas , a. Hum una.
Kee. M. W.
COLCMIlIA HOOK AM) LADHKH CO.
Heeta Aral Frlnav of t.i-h mnnlh l
I miiiitain engine iioiiae. uiita. ATHkV, I' rra
u. n hi.low. nro y. C'HAt. Ilinita. S'rm
CATARACT IIOHE CO NoT J.
Meett aeenud Tueaday ul earh mnnlh tl Cat
arart Kinilne huiiao. W II. Iliiwr.i l.. Hrea
tl. II. H-tow. Hee'y. J. W O l onkhm., K rn
AC1IILLKH UH)(iK, NO. US, K OK P.
Merit every Krlday iilKht tl Ihe K. o( P. hall
Vlaltlnii KulKhlt invited.
K. I, Hiii.Man, (!. C.
K. J. J.ol It. K ol K. ami 8
IICTTK CKKKK OKANOK. Nn. Wl. V. nl ll.
Mflcti at their hull lu Maruiiam. aecond Hnt
unlay In earh month at lu a. in. VlaltliiK
I IC I ..'L. ... .....n.u
jui.n, j, n, n in i r.,
MKAI'K HKLIKK COUPS, Nn. ISAHr
MKNT OK OltKOON.
Mrt. M. H Pllalmry . . Prealdent.
Mra. K, I.. CiHdirane, - Treaaurcr.
nra. j, ii. Mtniiiia, - Hcnretarv.
Meett nn drat and third Tueadayt nl each
month In K. nf V. Hall. Members of corpt
"'Hi aiMoau, coroiaiiy weicuineii.
r COM PA NV. KIUST ItKOIMKNT. O. N. O.
Armnry, Third aud Main. ItrKular drill liliht.
Monday. Ileiiiilnr bualiieaa muetliiKt, flrat
louuny oi encn monin.
J. W. Ohiioiik, ... Caalnlii
K.H Kelly, - . Kir. I Lieutenant
I,. It. Plekena, - - Second Lieutenant
TIJALITIN OKANOK. NO. HI, P. of II.
Mceta laat Saturday ol each mnnlh at tholr
hall In Wllaouvillu. U. II. IIknky,
Mihs IIkiia Hiiahh, Hco'y. Maater,
OKKOON CITV IIOHK CO., N(J 8
Iteeular miwtlnt; third Tueaday nf each
month at 7::l P M J.I) Kknnkh Prea.
II. M. Htkanu R, Heo. H, Nkk.ijk. K'rm.
L. A. H. OK K. I), HA K Kit CAMP, H. iiK V,
Meeta In K. P. Hall on the aecond and fourth
Monday eveulnva ol each month.
Mb W. K. JOHNSON, Pret't.
Mitt Norka CAi.trr, Hec'y.
Are Safatnd Reliable,
t-f Perfrrtly I Inniilrat.
Sen! poitptlti on r tire Id ot
price. Mony r-ftiinlej If not g w
"- m ae tiDcnona Co.,
vt moinet, Iowa.
For flalo by Cliarman it Co,
f'-l av Purely Vege.
. MM Wlcl N-ver
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SIlTsTA UOUTE
SOUTIIIiKN TACIIIC COMl'ANY.
Kxpresa Trains leave I'orlliiiul Dully,
7 It P.M.
H. Kranolai'ii l.v
.n a, a.
T lw . a.
7 mi r a,
MNINtl CAMS ON OtlPKN Hllt'TR.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Second-Class Slooplntr Cars
Allai'hixl to tl) (hruuiiti Iralua
ItOHKIIt'litl MAIL (llallyi.
' l. M. I
I Lv Portland Ar 1 1 ml p. i
I Lv Ori..nl ay .v 1 1 .-vp. i
Ar lliiaeliura; l,v I7u). i
t .11 A. M
.VI p. M
Weal Hid IMvialun.
UKTWKKN POHTI.ANH AND OOUVALLI.
Mall Tralu. Dally (Kteepl Kiilidav.l
' ! A . a . I l.v '"' PnnUiiii "Ar T'ljikrl
1'J " LA' i'"""'" 1 '"".
At Albany and t'nrvallla p.inliait wllh Irahia
ol Ortajiin and Paellle llallrnad.
Riureat Tralu Imilv (Kirepl Hiindayl
liti p. a. I Lv
7:'iVip. m. I Ar
Tit A IX POINTS IN TIIS
KAHTKIIN HTATKH, CANADA AND K.l'Kol'K
I' a ii lie uliialiied al luweat ralea (rum I. H.
Mm.re, Aseul, Orri.u t'lty,
H KoKIII.KK, K. I. Hour II n,
Manaaer. Aaa I (J P. aud I'aaa. Ateut.
Salt Lake, Denver
Omaha, Kansas City
Chicago, St. Louis,
1 DAYS TO
tlic'(2uickct to Chicago
ami the Hast.
Quicker to Omaha
ami Kansas Citv. 1
PULLMAN & TOURIST HLKEP
KRS, KKKE HKCLlNINti Chair
Cars, Dining Car.
S. H. II. Clark. )
Oliver V. Mink, Receive.
K. Kllery AiiJerson, )
For rutcH ami Reiieriil iiiforuia
tiiui rail on or luliiress,
W. II. IIURLIIURT, Asst. Coiil.
Push. Agt., 2'A Washiugtoii St., cor.
Third. I'ortlun.!, Or.
Oregon Pacific Railroad
K. irADLKY, Ktooivcr.
Direct Linn Quick dispatch
Low fmijht ruto iN'twccn Wil
luinotto Valley jHiintH ami Sun
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
S. S. Willamette .Valley
Lcavi'H Sun Friindwo OctohtT 17
and 27, antl Nov. lo.
LfuvcH Viiqiiiim Ootoltor 12 uml
22, and Nov. .r).
Thiri Com puny rcwrvcH tho
riglit to I'hango nailing duto with
Stcainor "Hoa" loavos Portland
Wcdnonduy's and Suturduy'H at 0
II. C. DAY, Gon. Ag't. Salmon
Street Wharf, Portland,
I). It. VAUGHN, Gen. Ag't. &a .
C. C. UOGUE, (. F. A P. A.,
BOXES OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED
Parties doHlring Wood Turnlnir. Pat
terns, Brackets, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will be Suited by Calling on Me.
Doors, Windows , and . Blinds
Q-- H. BESTOW-
B4 i .
m ii n ii n
4 w. vi I r is v.