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ROLLING ROAD FOUNDATIONS.
On Ila TlivrnuithnrMi th lurnllllty of th.
lioari lf nrnda.
To con;nu't R gmxl roailway, one
that is iwrinaniMit, oliJ and smooth,
rithont an umliip or wasteful exiiemli
tnr of money ami labor, the use of the
rwd roller is iiKlinivnunhle. It may bo aiiolosKl in the repliw wade by a laiye
Mid that Macadam did not recommend nu,iM,rof them to a lettor of inquiry
tolling, but rollers were unknown in his e,,nt out t,y Hn e,xnmt promoter of road
day, and he UeiruW ou the wheel of improvement It is nudoubtiHlly the
jwssinjr wasjons to do the work of con- .wt t(mt ti, imiHirtaiice of good road
olidiitins the hishway that is now done paa ot yot HH.n appreciated by thooa
more quickly, thoroughly and uniformly w lu) 0URht to dhow the deepest interest
Uum was ever accomplished by any m this matter namely, the farmer, who
method known to Macadam or the road ; vont w among tlie first to feel the ill
Iihilo80ihers of his day. ' benefit of good roads were they
And first of all the earth foundation onoe mitt
upon which the broken stone is to rest t giu.j, , reform must inevitably
should be well rolled. It canuot be ! move slowlv. That it is making steady
rolled too solidly. Xo matter what may
be the appearance of the earth bottom
after the excavation is completed, it is
more than likely to contain many soft
spots, which can be brought to light very
quickly by the passage of a heavy roller.
If the material is very soft and mealy,
it may be liest to begin the process of
rolling with a moderately light roller,
and sometimes the rolling will be has
tened and nude more effective by sprin
kling the earth, though this cannot be
practiced in all kinds of soils.
In rolling the earth bottom it is gen
erally best to bein nt the sides of the
excavation and work toward the center ;
that is, l-s;in by rolliug along the
outer ed4 of the excavation from end to ,
end, and ou the secoud passage of the
roiler let it move along virallel with the
STEAM ROAD ROLLER,
first course of the roller and slightly lap
the portion already rolled. When a
point near the center of the road is
reached, if gin on the other side of the
excavation and repeat the operation, fin
ishing nt the center. Rolling is omitted
when the soil is of a hard, gravelly na-
ture, or when a stiff clay is found which
presents a firm surface, but whatever ,
oeme uainre 01 me son uie us 01 a M esstntilll ug railway or bridge engi
heavy roller will generally develop weak ; neer8 prudent Andrews of Brown
spots. t!:e presence of which would not ; nmversitT that he wonld establish
otherwise have been suspected. This : r nllir prJfessorshi pof road engineer-
iua uc u.imu..ic. UJ - .
heavy steam roller over the earth foun-
dation after excavation has been made ;
for the macadam roadway. It will be
found that the passage of the roller over j
what appeared to be a well graded sur
face of compact ina.erial will develop a j
series of bumps, hole and undulations, i
utterly destroying tue nmrormity or tne
grade in places, and revealing many soft i
and wek places which are wholly unfit j
to sustain a permanent stone roadway ,
and the wagons which are topaasover Jt. j
These boles and hollows should of
course be filled with good, firm material
and the rolling process continued until
the roadbed becomes uniform in grade
and thoroughly compact. In soft soils
and in phices where a steam roller may
not be easily sustained or worked to ad
vantage, it is best to begin the rolling
with a light roller and one of large di-1
ameter, but the rolling should be com'
Dieted by the application of asneavy a
machine as possible and the surface made i
as solid and unyielding ai the nature of
the material will txrmif .
Use a steam roller if iKwsible. It can j
be purchaudof aLy weight, from 5 to j
20 tons, tuongh steam rollers having a
weight of from 10 to 20 tons are most i
commonly used. For all ordinary couu-!
try roau a roller of 10 to:.s m weight is j
about right. Good Roads.
A Tnl of tivilluUion.
Not simply comfort and convenience
in the daily intercourse of social life, but
economical considerations of vast impor
tance are involved in the question of im
proved roads throughout our country.
The most cursory study of statistics
showing the distance over the average
wagon road of our country through
which a load of wheat will pay its own
transporta'ion is a convincing object les
son to any mnn concerning the wealth
producing, labor saving, food cheapening
effect of eood roads. A farm 12 miles
from a railroad station in a district with i
gooa roaus is worxn more man one equal
ly good three miles removed from the
railroad where the roads are as bad as
they are in many farming districts where
the land is rich.
Civilization has been well defined as
the "aggregate manifestation of the mas
tery which mind has attained over mat
ter among a given people at a given i
time." This definition wiil bear careful
thought, and few physical tests more im
mediately indicate tiie degree of civiliza
tion which a community has reached
than does the condition of its streets and
roads. Merrill E. Gates, President Am
The system iu New Zealand of con
structing roads is by what are called co
operative contracts. In these a small
party of men, generally six in number,
is allotted a certain section or length of i
road; one of them is elected a "ganger" i
them with the government. The govern
ment engineer states a price for the por
tion of the work, and as this is done by
an unprejudiced officer it is generally
accepted without a murmur by the men.
The results usually have been very satis
factory. Progress payments are made
fortnightly for the benefit of the men's
families, and the whole umouut is paid
np in cash on the wo;': being passed by
the engineer. It is tins intention cf the
government to provide email farVia of
10 or 15 acres each for thw-e work
men in village si ttleiiu ntK ho that they
may be induced to make tin :r homes in
country districts and thus in some de
gree neutralize the centralizing tendency
of modern industrial ' life. Pall Mall
FOR IMPROVED HIGHWAYS.
Th. Mnnmfiil Knr llvllvr lloada la 8lad
AmoiiiMiinnr tin of intonwt in the
movement for good ritade. in'rliajie none
in more noteworthy than the attitude of
college jirtsiidont and othor oftlcere, a
1 progress in the right direction ts the
The luterest shown
From Good Roada.
by the educators of the country U ex-
tremelv important, and some of our in-
1 stitntions of learning have already made
I special arrangement for stimulating
! the study of the road question and im
i parting proper instruction on the sub
ject of road building.
! The Massachusetts Institute of Tech
i nology may be cited as an example. It
I begun this work in 1SVH), and an instruct-
orship in this department is nowr filled
i by a competent engineer, while a large
! road library has been collected, road ma
j terials have been gathered for examina
I tion and apparatus has been devised for
! tests of these materials, and during the
i last two years some special instruction
i has been given totheBtudents by expert
! in special line of road building or high-
I It is coming to be understood that
I there is a science of road construction,
i and it may be hoped that the day is not
distant when the truth will be recog-
mreJ tbat earrwge engineers are
ing at once ,r lie na1 the funds for it.
. ... u mmnnij1., ftn.i 8iL,ifici
All this is encouraging and significant
in one direction. In the other, however,
not much progress is to be noted. The
legislature of this state last winter passed
a law permitting the board of supervi
sors of any county, by a majority vote.
. t he connt roaJ syatem an(j
then degignatfl cty roadg guch
highways as it might deem best for the
porpose( 0nUid9 of incorporated cities
and Tilagegi such roads thereafter to be
rolyirlT maiutuined at the expense of
. M g v -i
the county at large.
The rural counties have not been eager
j to avail themselves of the privileges thus
conferred. In fact, we believe that none
I of them has yet adopted the county sys
tem. Nevertheless the law was a step
in the right direction, and will undoubt
edly bear fruit. Certainly the system
of road majntenance that now prevails
is antiquated, and it results are most
unsatisfactory. Most country roads are
an abomination during a large part of
the year. Good roads will cost a good
deal at the start, bnt will pay largely in
. vB. Vnrlr TrihnnA.
A gncssfui application has been
it ftt,Wo,. cf the newlv invented
road concrete, some time ago described
the of Germany, and its use-
! fulness in various direction seems to be
assured. Curious enongh, shavings and
planing mill chips, either of common or
fancy woods, and which may be stained
before use if desired, are mixed with
cheese or rather, casein calcined mag
nesian limestone, glycerin, silicate ef
soda and a little linseed oil, and this
combination of substances is forced by
hydraulic pressure into molds, where it
is allowed sufficient time to harden.
When dry, the composition is strong and
solid and can be sawed, planed, polished
and varnished. Among its various pro
posed uses are ornamental panels and
wall surface coverings, etc. New York
Receipt, note and order books at the
Bays Cabbib E. Btockwki.1,, of Cheatir-flt-lcl,
N. 11., "I was afflicted with an
extremely severe pain In tlio lower part of
the chest. The feeling was ai if a ton
weight was la nt
tin s spot the tut)
of mjr hand. Dur
ing the attacks, the
BUiiU iu droju on
myface, and It was
agony for mo to
cHorteven to whis
per, They came
suddenly, at any
hour of the day or
uiglit, lasting Iroui
thirty mlriutei to
half a day, leaving as suddenly; but, for
several days alter, I was qult pro
trau d and sore. Sometimes the attaeks
were almost dally, then less frequent. After
about four years of this suffering, I was
taken down with billons typhoid fever, and
when I bepan to recover, I had the worst
attack of my old trouble I ever experienced.
At the first of the fever, my mother gave
me Ayer's Tills, my doctor recommending
them as being better than anything lie
could prepare. I continued taking these
Tills, and so great was the benefit derived
that during nearly thirty years I have hud
but one attack of my former trouble, which
yielded readily to the sumo remedy."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mum.
Every Dose Effective
1 ' ' xVrWCS .
A STRANGE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
Ths following praphlo itntemenl will N
rvid will) Inloinoliiturvst: "l cannot diwrlt
ilu'nuniUrtwpviHMiitaUontliHlexlstwl In my
rruiH, hand and Irirs. 1 hail to run and htmt
tlu. pari until ttu-y wore aor, tonvrrttui.e
In a nM-un Urn dead Jim II hit that Imd taki n
piv4-.loit of them. Iu ailillllon, I hint a
lruiu' :ikmva in my buck and around nt)
wiiM, timet her ith n Inilwrllmlila 'iroin''
f.'liiK In my stonmrU. I'hyslrlnm laid ll
wasrreeplnit paruly!, fnmi whli h, acvonl
In to their unlventalinni'luslon, tlioro l no
rttlit'f. lnit It fiimem ninm a pemon, tin v
vnv.lt conilmiin lis Inslillom procpc.-.i tiinll
It rvachiwa vlial point and the aiulerer tlli".
MK'll WIIJI my pMSJMVt. I hHil Iwn ihvto: '.v
a vear inula half meadlly, but with no .ir-lu'-iilnr
lienellt. when I an ndvenlM-n on
of lr MIUw' Kiwuiratlve Norvlne. pnvtirt .1 r
lottleaint Ninn Usin It. Marvelous in li
n ay seem. 1'iit a few dy had pascod N'fotv
every bit of that creepy finding bad left me
Mid theru hiu not Iki-ii biii ttw sllk-hu .;
Imllcailon of Its return. 1 now fwl r'
ell n I ever did. and have gullied te"
puiiids In weight, thou ah 1 bud run dovt:
Kim 170 to IC t'our otliera have uwd I'r
Vilest" IUtciratlv Nervine on iny htum
d ttlon. and It haabeen aatli.fa-tory Inllielr
, iiii. In nilnit." Jnniwt hane. l.a line. t.
pr. MIU' I4ttwll Nervln In wild by a'l
dnii;i;l-t on a pwltlve giiarauleo, or m-iii
dirtvl by the Dr. Mile Medical t'o.. Elkhuri
Intl.. on receipt of prU-tt. it per borne, l
bot I It forA, ttxprvnt prepaid. It bfixviruu
opiate or dauguruua urua.
For Palo by Cliartnnn & Co.
Jl iijrYMc,-n-,,P,'t,"ll,Jrrom,1rt -41
PI nar.orj uly, 'A lr l.-.'f b.r.1,
irtuoU . . " r Unit ul nutk-a I
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9-i-.04-n Outfit m.t rw.i ir
... m tta it-. t KiM . iv., onr i
ROUND TRIP TICKETS
GOOD FOR 30 DAYS
regoq (JitiJ to Trico
AND RETURN, $27.50,
Incluiliiig Five Gale Tickets to the Fair
FROM SAN FKAN'CISCO to
other points in California will be
allowed purchasers of special Mid
winter Fair tickets at the following
TO STATIONS UNDER 150
MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
ONE AND ONE-THIRD one-way
TO STATIONS loO MILES OR
MORE FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
ONE AND ONE FIFTH one-way
For exact rates and full informa
tion, inquire of L. B. MOORE,
Agent at Oregon City, Oregon or
address the undersigned.
RICH'D GRAY, Gen. Traffic
T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Passen
San Francisco Cai,.
E. P. Rogers, A. G. F. & P. Agent,
tl.OU per Bottle;
One cent a dose.
Tllli OMtAT Cotron i;iiiib prumiitly i iircs
where all other fail. Coughs, Croup. Sora
Throat, Hoarteneu, Whoopinff Cough nnd
Asthma. For Consumption It tins no rivul;
baa cured thousands, and will run a von If
taken la time. Hdil by l)rv.iigbl m a tfiiur
antoc. For a Ijomo Ilwk or ;ln't. use
8HlLOH"8 BELLADONNA PLA3TER.2,r.
Have you Luiunh l 'I'hls r';raily isiriiHrHii-
teed to cure you. I'rlce, fjOotn, JiiJucUa- free.
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
Sun I i-.hiT, Piiinlii;
II r "w r'rrt tttt tc.-- f Tt u
FAMILY -: GROCERIES,
Our Groceries are Prcsli
and of tlio In st iitiality.
In Prices yjq meet
7 ft WiQQinnrpr
vv it lUJiiivii
Let us have a trial order
Is prepared to make photographs
of all kinds promptly
FIRST CLASS STYLE
Rubies' and Childrvn Pictures
Call and examine his work
At the Old New York Gallery
north of Harding
W. H. COOKE, Manager,
BucreMor to C. II T H Co.
Comer Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING I.IVKKY STABLE
of the City. Kik' of any uWription
furniHlied on uliort notice.
All kiniln of Truck and delivery Ftuni
nen promptly attended to.
Homes Boanleil and Fwl on reason
STR. SARAH DIXON,
OKO. M HHAVER. Muxtcr,
Will leave Portland Daily, except
Sunday, at2:(XJ p.m., forOak Point
A way landings connecting with
STR. C W. SHAVER,
For Clankanio Mondays, Wednen
dayH and Fridays.
Returning, arrive at Portland at
10 a. m., Daily except Monday.
The company reserves the right
to change time without notice.
For freight or passenger rateH
apply to dock clerk at Portland, foot
Washington St.,or on board steamer.
This is the nearest and most di
rect route to the Nehalem valley.
River Route, via.
Joseph Kellogg Trans. Co.
STR. JOSEPH KELLOGfl leaves
Kelso Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 6' A. M. Leaves Port
land, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 7 A. M.
STR. NORTH WEST Leaves Port
land Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Kelso and Upper Cow
litz river points, returning the
This is tho only direct route to
reach all Cowlitz river point i.
WM. R. II0LMAN, Agent.
Taylor Street Dock, Portland, Or.
IKKi.oN t'lTY IIOAItl) or THAI'K.
Mil t ('mill llnili.i mi Niimiiul Mmiitiiy la
ttw'li iiimilh. V IhIi.ii a w.'lriinui.
K. K. IIUNAI I'HIIN, (IKO, I), llltoWNKI.I,
liAVl I. l.ulKlKrNO. w.X'o.tf.
Mi'i'luai'iviiiil mill Iniirlh Hnliii.lny o v ptil una al
Kuliilil 't lull, t'aiiliy, Vulllui lirutliora iiimlu
K K CAKLT'IN, k It 8 HANK
Rxronlnr. Maiirr Wurkinan
" H I' JOHN'S IIIUM'll. Nil nil, I". K. "I A."
Mo.'l. rvirjf lui'mlit)' riiiliii at llii'lr Imll
I'lirui'r M n I it ami I null Hin'l. Ori'Koii Illy,
N.t". Miriimn.HiM' y. T. W, Si'I.i.ivan, I'ri't
MI'I INiiUAII IdlUcli, No. t, A. t A A M "
lloliU li ri'Mulnr piiiiiniiiiU'alliii mi flrtl
inl llilnl Mliinlovi nl vm li inmilli at 7 iWI r. M
llrellirvii liiimiil miultiui ri luvllil l aiii'iul,
I. L I'lill l Kit, W. M,
T. K. IIYAN.Mi.oriuaty.
I'l.Ai'K AM AH (II Al'lhlt.
CUrknum l'linlir Nu. 'J. II A. M. Uounlar
Ciniviii'HlUiii llni'l MontUy ul tlio iiimilli at 7 a i
J. II. WAI.KKK. II. P.
M Bi-m' Lflfa, Hi'"r.
OKKiioN l.oluiK, Nu. i, I.O. O. V.
MopIh every l'htirHUy cviui.hu al 7 .m u'rlin'i
r. M. Ill tho O.'.l Krllnwi" Hull. Main lrML
Ui'inlrra ul lliv linlur ar lullmi Iu allviia.
UKO C. KI.V, N.O
Thm. Mvan, Hwrrlary,
"ouNVKHil l.iil'tik. Ni) W. I, I). II. t
MorU at Oilil Kcltnnr'a liall, o.writii, rvrry
MnmUy pvt'lii li. VlnllIlK limtlir.'ii liU'ln
a i'li" mo. W. J, I'lllNA.kK, N. 0.
J. V. llii.V. Hw,
FAI.I.S KNCAMI'MKM, No. 4, I. O O. t.
Uiii-ia rtril ami llilnl I iifkiUymif parh intitith,
ln,, Krllnwa hall. Mi'iiiln'ra ainl vl.lliiij
iialrtari-h.. 'irtlnlly tuvlli,.t In atiftil
J. A. ttlKWAKI. W. II ildSVI'l K
Hrrllio. t'lili'l I'alrla'fh.
wAi-liKNii l itiiirf. No i.i.
Mmla Tii.y Krnliit al A.O I'. W. Hail Via-
IIIIIH IIIVUllwll luvllv I. J, II. llllWANII,
Ciua Km.l.T.C n( K.
I'AMIV l.utHiK NO. run, I, O. U. T.
Miyla Oral ami Ihtnl Maitinlay ovi-nliiff nl
nai h itiiHith at knlitht a hill. ('mil. y. Vl.lum
llti'niht.ra alaay. mailti Mi-li-ttiiia
Ki.i.a KNiuiir. Sip (li. M.Kniiiiit. W,C.
WOOUMKN OK 1 It K Wolll. li.
Wlllami.lK FalU ( aui No II". movia M ami
till Tiii'ftitay UUllla lit cat-H mniilh In K. ul 1.
hall. Vlntlllig li.itfltlHir UMili1 Wflrmun
K K. Minns l li-ik K M. I( a M. t ('.
OSt KliO OIIANl.K Ml. ITS IV ul II.
Mifti tho iwoliil Maliit'lav ul narli limnlll al
III a. in g. ku,'S Mli J. 14. (Iaui Hro y.
HAMASCI H IIUANOK I'. I'K II. NO.
Mi'. I mi I hr llr.l Haiurlay In rarh uimnh al
luuclix-k a. iu. ai I lie luiiii.ciu li.w.l Ihmiio.
H Vol . Nil. Maatrr.
T. II. Kiatiukn Hwrrlary.
K. or P. HI' AH iOU'lK NO. lift.
J r. Klalry C C.i Tlmniaa Nrllann, K nl H
ami H. M.fla rrpry Wr.lin-ailay mvultttf at k
ncl.H-k In I'aatlr hall. 1. 11 ll K. Iullliii(.
Uroihrra frum uilivr K. ul I'. il(pa luvlloj.
OtfWKUO LolKiK Nil. li". A. r. A A. M.
Mn.alh awiunl ami Imirlh HalunUya ntnai'h
mniilh at 7 . 111 All Maamu Iu ihkI aiauilliif
am llivlll-.l in allrlul.
II II. Km. W. M. r. 3 Kraaiix, Mwi'y.
OS K'.d l.nl'liK HO. iw, I u. (I. T.
Mfrta rviTy frlilay r'f tilii In Ilia liw halt III
J. C. IIaima, C. T.
John Kai . Hw'y.
MISTI.KIOK t.iUXII! .NO ju. ll OK II.
Nla mrry TiiMilay rvciiliif
Makv Hit amaii, c. of II Ha In a a. Ilw.
HfNIilsK i,OliK."No".A. (. I' tt'7""
Hrrla rrr arronl ami loiirlh Haluntay nlcaoh
mniilh at W lliolivlllo. Orroti.
M. C. Yin KU, M . W.
Jnlix Tl a, IdTor.l.r
no I110N t.ouoK N67taiA. oT'tTwr
Mrita avurir Thiiralay vinlii al OiM Ki'llnwa
hall, (Jaw can. Vlalllnf hrclln.n alwaya !
cnnif. T. Ma Wil l am,
Kari Mamx. Ili-rnntrr M W.
Mnl.Al.l.A iJilKiK Nail, A 0". 1. Vt.
MM.ia Ariiamlthlnl Haiur.lay III rarh mniilh
al achiNil huuaa Vlaliliif rii'IiiIhtb inailn wpl'
onmii. T, S. Htirr, M. W
J. W. Thiim Aa, Kw,
PA I. lit t'lTY LolKiK OK AO f. W.
Mivla rvvry Haliir.liy evrnliif of each mmith
In A. O I'. W. hall Till M. All aojoiirliinit
bmtlircli ronllally luyllnl to altrii'l.
T. K.UAl'l.T, M. W.
(In t'Al.irr, Kf.if.lrr
roi'NTAIN IIOMK. CO.. Nu. I.
llrvular nn-Hlnii avcotul WnitiMilay In aarh
mniilh al 'nitliia Iioii.i., naai tlilo Malu uml,
lH)(win Hovrnlh ami bighth
J. W.htkwart. Hn'. II Htkaiuht, P'rrn
M. t. (Ji lNK. Knrfniaii.
Mul.AI.I.A (JIlAMiK, NO. to. I' nl II.
MrclaalthKlrhall al Wrlaht'a tlrl.tarn nil the
.' til rialiinlay nl nai'li month al 10 a. tn
Fallow mrmhera maile alriiiii..
Ja. Ni.ok, JIh.kt.
I II CiMipaa. Hi-c.
WAIINKK tlKANIIK. .Nn 117, P nl II.
Uorx fniirth Hiiiurilny nf rarti nionlli. at their
hall Iu Now Kra. C. ''. Willi. 111.. Maaivr
Nra. May Waliln.n. Him')
Mr. A UK J'OMT.No 10 A. K HKPAKTMKNT
Mi'oH Drat Monday nl rach mnnlh. al K. n(
P. Hall. Ori'anu t'lly. Vlalllni cumrailna mail
DAVID MnAKTIIl'll, Commamtrr.
Ma. Wn.i.iAMa, Ailjnuiil
UKN. CKOOK POST. N11, 0. A. It , l art
nirut nf Omanu.
Moata Iu anlimil houao al Nily mi flrat Hat
unlay In each nimilh at 'I o'clock p. m. All
eiimrailra in'iiln walcunie I. I llu.LiNua.
II. TlinMi'anK, Ailll. Cuniinaiiilnr.
SONS OK VK.TKK ANH.
K. D. llaker t.'aini, No. II. mni'ta every flrat
and tnlril Thurailay evening nl each month, at
K.ol P. hull.
W. T. Juhnanii, enptHln; II. H llplmnr. Itcpre.
acniatlve IHv Ktinimiuiiciit: (I, 11. W0.1.I. lat
Lieutenant; Aloimo Ulckham, 'tA l.lrulcuant;
('. A llcriiian, lat Hcriremit.
CI.AI'KAMAS LOIXiK, Nn. Kl, A O. (J W
Mci'ta tlrat ami third Moiiilny In each month,
at Htralulit'a Hall Vlaltliin urHhcrn wclcuniv.
C. K 1'kahk s. HllUOMII.
Itco. M. W.
COM'MlllA IIDOK AND LAHUKH CO.
Mi'Cta flrat Krlilay of tach month
Foiiulalii ("ikIii hoiiae
Cliaa. Aniav. Prca,
(Jiua Jiitxkh. f 'rrn
u, H riu.nw, Hue y.
CATAKAOT IIOSK OO. No. 1.
Mcota anconil I iieailay of each munth at Cat
a met Ktiulnn huiiau, VY. II. llowi,l. I'rca
O. II. ItieiiTow, Sco'y. J. W 0'('onki.i.. K'rn
AC1III.I.K8 LOIK1E, NO. M, K OK P.
Meet! every Friday nlRhtat the K. olP.hall
Vlalllng Knlnhta invltcil
H. I,. Mot, Man, C, C.
K J. l.oi.ta, K nl it. ami 8
1IIITTK (,'RKKK OKAN'IK. No. Wl. P. nl ll.
Mmita al their hall In Maniuam, acennil Hat.
unlay In each month at 10 a. 111. Vlaltliin
J. K JACK, J, It. W1I1TK,
MKADK HKI.IK.K CORPS. No. IS, DKPAKT-
MKNT OK OKKOON.
Mn. M. 8. Pllahury - Prealilcnt.
Mr, K. L Cnchrane, - Trnaatirer,
Mra. J. II. Ilanlliiif, - Hccnilarv.
, Meet nil flrat mil third Tucailnva nl each
I month In K. nl P. Hall. Mi' 111 tier a ul curpa
irnin anruau, curiiiauy weicuinuu.
K COMPANY, KIKHT KKOIM KNT, O. N. (I.
Armnry, Third and Main. Kexular drill nlirht,
Monday. Kciiular hualiieaa meetliiga, flrat
Monday 01 enun inumn.
J. W. OanoiiK, ... Caatnln
K.8 Kelly, - - Flrat Lieutenant
1. I.. Plckona, - - Rconnd Miiiucnant
TIIAMTIN (1IIAN0K, NO. Ill, P. of II,
Meeta Inat Saturday ol each inmilli at tholr
hall In Wllaonvllle. it. II. IIknhy,
Miaa IlKliA Hhahp. Sco'y. MaHtur,
OKKOON CITY IIOSF. CO., No S
Retnlar tnectliiic third Tucaday of each
month at 7:.'W P M J. II Kf.nnkr Prca,
U.S. Htranob, nee. 8. NKraiRR, K'rm.
h. A. 8. OP E. I). DAK Kit CAMP, S. OK V.
Mueia In K. P. Hall 011 the acennd and fourth
Monday evcnlntra of each month.
mhi w. k. Johnson, Prei't.
Mlai Norka CAi.trr, Hec'y,
EAST AND SOUTH
TIIH SllTsTA KOUTK
SOUillliKN r.CIIIC COM TAN Y.
KxproMN Triklim li-uvti .'urlliiml ltHy.
Hoil.ll i .M"rl"'.-
ll 1,'t r. M, l.v Poillaii.l Ar .! .
fmr.M.I l.y oraaoinity i.y iia.,
in .-. N. ' H Pranclacu l.v 70ora,
IHNINll CAIIH ON OIIHKN Hot' I K
Pullman Duf fet Sleepers.
Socond-Clasa Slooplnu Cars
Atlai'limltnall lliriiu,li Iralua
l( IH K lit Kit MAIL (Hallyi.
a v.. . u I I . li.., I. ...I A r
i mi r
11 rt r. n
7 iia. at
.11 A. M. I l.v Oronmii'liy l.y
t Mir. N.J Ar lti...iiirj l,v
Meat Mule liivialun.
IIKTWKKN PolUUNIl ANH COItVAU.Ia.
Mall Traill, Pally (Kicepl similar. I
7 tiu A N 1 " l. " Portlaiiil Ar T & li r S
I'J l. r N I Ar Cnrvallla l.v !!,ll,f.j;
ai AlLaow n,l I'ltrt-allu nnmianl arllli Iralua
ul orcunn and I'acHlc iiallr.iad.
rpreaa Traill Hallv (Kacrnt Sunday)
4 tor. a. I l.v
7 J. r. N. I Ar
Piirilaml Ar I 11 A. M
UcMluiivllla l.v I 9 Wl, II
Til A I.I. I'tllN I a IN TIIK
KAHTKItN HTATK. CANAl'A ANH Kt'ltOPK
fall tie nliialurd at loMeat rain Inun I. II
Mian, Alieiil, llrroll City,
H KllKIII KIt,
K P. ItllOKIta,
Aaa't U'Y and I'aaa. Agetll.
Salt Lake, Denver
Omaha, Kansas City
Chicago, St. Louis,
31 DAYS TO
JntiiMtlieQuiVki't to Chicago
Utlrp ail(l tho Kant.
UntiHH (iuifker to Omaha
"UUlp and KansiisCitv.
PULLMAN A TOURIST SLK EP
IC RS, KR1CLC RKCLININti Chair
Cars, Pining Cars.
S. II. II. Chirk, )
Oliver W. Mink, Ufccivers.
E. Ellery Anderson, )
For rates nml Reiieral informa
tion cull on or mldresH.
W. II. IIUKLI.UIIT, Asst. (ienl.
I'iihs. ArI., liU Washington St., cor.
Third, Portland, Or.
Oregon Pacific Railroad
CHAS. CLARK, Receiver.
Direttt Line Quick dieiateh
Low freight rule Is-tween Wil
hiinetto Valley points nnd Sun
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
Leaves Sun Francisco Murch -1,
11 and 21.
Leaves YiKtiinii March !), 11) and
This Company reserves tho
right to change muling ditto with
For freight and passenger rates
apply to any agent.
CIIAS CLARK, Receiver.
Chas. J. Hendrys. Sun fc Co.,
Nos. 2, H, Market St., S. F.
S COPYRIGHTS. -M
CAIt I OI1TAIN A PATENT f Port
proniot anawer and an lionet opinion, write to
ml N M CO., who hav. had nearly lltly ynara'
.ilHirlcniin in the iialimt liuaiimaa. riimniiinlca
tloiiaalrlctlyonnnuimllal. A II a liriliniik of Iu.
loriiialloii imnnirniua I'nlrnla and hnw to oh.
tain iluiin acnt rrnii, Alao a caialnuu. ul oincbaiv.
loal and anlnnlllto hooka .mil frca.
I'atanta taknn thrnuiili Munn A Co. Moalvs
tiMilal nntlcxinth. H. lcnlllli' A mcrlran, and
Ihua are brouaht wldnly iMiforetlia nuhlltiwuli.
out ooat to tlie InvMiitor. 'I'hla anlcniiiii iiaimr.
laanril wwkly, uliwalltly lllnatratnl, haa liy far tlie
laranat cirnulallnu of aoy aomiitino work Iu tha
World. :i a yoar. Saiiuiln oonina aent frtto.
Iliilldliia Killtlun, monthly, tiMtm ymt. Hlnal.
onuiua, 'i.i oanta. Kvary numlMir onntaiita b,,aii
tlrul plaloa, in oolora, and tihntnirraiilia of nr
hoiiaca, Wil li filana, naliliiiR linlldnra toahnw tllw
Uinat. dnaluna and aMuni onntracia. Aililmaa
AtUMM A CO. Nrw Yuiik, it 01 IIiiuauwaV
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Full Stock of Guns it Ammunition.
Repairs on all kiniln of ainnll niaclilne
Iiroinptly made. Duplirato koy to
any lurk niuiiiifncttircd. Hliop on
Mniti Htrct. next to