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THE LAY OF THE SCARLET KINO.
Oh, rollicking thing in it rhrastxwrd King!
I have nvr a care In the world:
TIi dnliw of aiatv do not boihrr my pata,
I rlUtcul Fata In the of "check mata,"
And my hair In majitlc.lly cnrledl
My kingly domain, let me hcrehy explain.
l ulvturu ty uvi and equare.
And the aea, 1 opine, when the weather It fine,
la reeirioled by line (a new method with brine),
And the billows ar wood, like a a tair.
Vy circumaorlbcd route doea not hamper my
' For I move but a block at a time;
V y tactics are thene: Ambuscade aa 1 plea.e,
V ith imperial ram, talnl alala mate' de
In abrupt bnt dlwrwt pantomime,
the Queen by my aide It a daxliing young bridt
Who tweepa all the boanl at command;
Fha capture tha Knishta thut my pride ah
Th Bishops, old friiihu! and th pawns, luck
By a wave of her nondescript hand.
From over the water a King bent on slaiik-htr-r,
Moet black and ferocious of mien,
I'ew come to invade, with hitcohortadlsplayed.
My army to raid at the point of the blvin,
Artillery, foot and marine;
But my Biahop have miters, my Knight are ;
good fighters, j
My caailra are strung in their walls, . I
II y Queen it a tirvek and can euccor the weak,
ly pawns, although meek, when uuilrd, can
i The language of three golden balls.
Oh, a pitiful thing is a rubicund King
Whoee dynasty close in war.
For black are hi foe, although blacker hi
But red are his clothe and hi Ivory nose.
And red it I. is weltering gore.
Kleanor Waddle In Youth's Companion.
When Floyd Gardner and his wife de
cided to leave home for a few days, for
the purpose of making some necessary
purchases, they did it with many mi
pvings. Little Crow and his baud had
been committing some recent depreda
tions several miles away, bnt had beep
followed by two regiments of govern
ment troops and driven over the Dak oh
border. There was really no cause fo
alarm, thev said, but a neighbor ha
kindly offered to send his colored wouii
servant, lately brought from Kentucky,
to look after honshold nuitrpr nml sliv
with ttiA rhil.tisn nml Mr ri.i J,.. 1,t
his wife that thev could not leave the
house in better care. The family con-
sisted of Katherine, a girl of 14; Harvey,
a.-ed 9. and Brn,. the ln.hr 5v(r,n.l.
With many injunctions Is to the care
0fthr.'.!tii, n.rw l..v ,ff.
prairie fires and to keep the children
from stravin-i too far awav on th nrni.
rie, Mrs. Gardner departed", feeling that
she was very unreasonable to entertain
for a moment the vague fear that filled
r,pr niin.l m,.,io hu, ,.r, iv. i,...
foot on the wairon sten. nnrprt:,in w horh. !
er even at thia last minute it would not
be better to abandon the journey !
At lart, however, they were off, and !
once out of sight of the house she felt ,
her mi"ivin-s "row weaker I
A few houreVt-r thev went .wav .
"Tt7tin n.jlFoa tl,o 1i..V.l.n ,i.
terr asked Harvey, standing in the open !
door ' a I
c- . . , , , , ,
. Katherine went to the door and looked I
lrnnnd T trolv a nr rirtaun milsAA V,ix I
- s, . v va UI1V.VH UA111.0 V tUU
tl..f.U d l..U r.. J...1 - A.U
mw hi in.il ui wi wucu luuuu lut)
- tt i t r- a. t
treat Wood of Jimnesota-rose c f8 '
nndnlaring slopes, yellow with golden'
... ",-vi"t- - "
rod. No clouds were to be seen in the
sky, which hong above them, dull an
murky, like a copper dome. The su
looked like a brassy sphere suspended (
A close, sultry atmosphere snrroundei
them, a dead calm, only relieved by ai
occasional puff of hot wind that Basse
by and left the same dead calm as hi
Benlah, the colored woman, came t'
the door and stood looking off to th
west, her band shading her blinkin
"Laws! Miss Katherine, dat ar col
am whinnyin right smart. Kain't be b
gwine to die on us, honey? Yer paw tu
a good look at him las' t'ing fo' he 1
oat, sbuahr ,
She waddled along slowly, for the daj
was warm and Beulah was fat, towari
the lumber shop, or stable, where th
colt was kept at night, being tethered oi
the open prairie during the day in sigh
of the house. Katherine, more swift oi
foot, flew on before and quickly gained.
the summit of the gradual ascent oi
which the barn was built.
Her hand was on the latch and s!
was about to enter, when on the distant
horizon she saw a sight that held her j
motionless with sudden terror.
' The Indians were coming!
Away to the northwest an irregular
line of horsemen were riding directly
down upon them, and though at that dis
tance she conld not distinguish clearly
she knew by their peculiar mode of rid-!
ing that they were not white men. For
one moment ber heart sank in terror, the '
next her resolute spirit asserted itself, j
Save themselves they must, bnt how? .
Poor, foolish old Benlah, clever enough
at concocting choice dishes over the kitch
en range, was an added burden in this
emergency. Conld Katherine take the
children with her on the colt's back and
ride with them to the nearest cabin?
What in such a case would become of
She and ber brothers might gain the
sides of the ravine near by unobserved
and hide securely in the caves along the
tides, but there was Beulah.
"If papa were only here," she thought,
and with the thought came, like an in
spiration, a suggestion of a hiding place.
She turned to Benlah, who had just
waddled np to the stable. "Untie the
acolt and turn him loose, Beulah" she
spoke rapidly and with authority "and
then hurry back to the house and help
'me pnt the children and some things we
'shall need down in the cistern. The In
dians are coming."
I "Great day in de anawninl" exclaimed
'Beulah, turning a sickly gray and sink
ting, a mass of quivering flesh, to the
I "Get no: they'll catch yon." screamed
In Beulah'. ear, bnt she
might hnve tulkt d to stone M well, o
ntHwficJ the lHHir creatm with
"I'm going to leave yon hom," aiVIihI
KHtluTine in the hopo of rouKliiR her,
Rinl Btnrtwl for the house, when Dotiluh,
out of sheer terror, (ratheml her wit to
j gt't her anil run clumsily after.
The cistern luul Iwn uewly iilaiitertxl
and wan yet ft little damp, but no water
hl been comhicted into it,
"Go down that ladder," comnisrulei.
Kathoriue, pointing to the ladder that
ml been left in the cistern by the work
Inen. and lieuliih, not without diflloulty,
and indeed not without danger, niiiee it
I bad beeu constructed for no aueh weight
j as hers, olvyinl, Katherine dared not
take time to run to the top of the knoll
J for further observation. Every moment
A btVuket and a pillow, a tin pail con
;taiuiiy and cold meat, a pail of
I wato,' 'her had brought from
the ' ' tt morning, wens
' ha.- " and, last of
! it A 1uft ruuL ex- ueJ U Mon
the tyriw caught fire. Another and yet
! T tu eauie fate. h h
: Bluiiuiir so that she wondered how she
1 held th.8
Anoiuer anemia was
successful, nud she saw a
nml aim u a IWIila hl,a
run along the ground at her feet. Again
8nd Ma ehe the fire, nntU a
llh,t' th,n fla,me ' 80
1 Prd eat'h, "de of V16 ho09e- Tbls she
' k,DeW W?uld L"00" 0Ter "nd Pve
: the coming flames nothing to feed upon.
wwle the lillt fire8Ue tarted would not
: , rt. . . . .
umcteni to nura me nouse or swuie.
She Elanced 8ronnd before 8om
fcentljn int0 tue cter,n- Nothing was
slht wal1 of,T,oke' bli'ck 8t
the ba8e aboTe and blue with 0,9
writhing, curling vapor that swirled and
"Perhaps the Indians have gone to the
ravi"! Ptionf- she thought; "if
so, it is well we did not try it."
The air was growing hotter: the wind.
v tu A :.l
flames, was blowing the fire in the yard !
: t rni 1 i
ciuwrr every uiitiuie. luere wm b UUU
roaring beyond, where the high wall of
fi rolled like fiery breakers, gathering
force with (mrh hroath of wirul
she could delay no longer.
Re'- null ud th ladder, IV- 'in,"
wuy . -j..
and leave us for?
"It is the roar of the fire," his sister j
answered, with white lips; "it is coming I
nearer; but don't be afraid and don't cry,
for it cannot touch us here." j
The tide of living fire swept over ;
them; the air, almost excluded from i
their cramped quarters, grew hot and
suffocating; they could hear the crackle
of the lurid flames, and a spark or two
fell upon them through the crack over-
head. But this fire waa slight compared
with the flaming wall, 12 or IS feet high,
which roared lender and still louder as
it came leaping, crackling on.
This large fire, finding nothing to con
sume, thanks to Katherine's foresight in
"back firing," divided, when it came to
the spot already burned over, and swept
each side of the cabin.
But the air was full of flying cinders;
great clumps of grass were taken np by
the wind and blown in every direction,
sometimes falling down through the
opening, where they were promptly
caught and extinguished by Beulah, who
had slowly recovered her wits,
"Laws, chile, dem chunks bonn tcr
born de bouse plum down ef dey shin
ronn dat way. Neber seen sech befo',
and I'se jes' clar riled at 'em, honey."
"Yon must hold me np, Beulah, md
let me take a look out," said Katherine.
What a sight met her eyes! To the
right, to the left, as far as she conld aee,
a black ashen plain extended. Gone
were the goldenrod and the prairie grass,
with its heavy heads of seed nodding in
the wind. On every side only ashes, that
rose in dense clouds with every passing
gust, except here and there a dimpled
hollow where tlio flru ittiU mokml mid
Hut the homo was still standing
With a glad cry she called out, "lleulah,
the house and stable are saved! Now we
Will not ot of this hot place,"
"lint where, are the Indians" howled
Harvey, "Guess we don't want to get
scalped, do wef"
Sure rnfmgh, where were they? In her
exultation at escape from a nearer dan
ger, Katherine had almost forgotten the
greater one. She swept the horizon with
her keenest glance. In that murky at
mosphere the view, usually au extensive
one, narrowed itself to closer boundaries.
1'ut so far as she could see no moving
objift met her view.
"They must have lieeu driven west of
this point by the tire," argued Kathoriue,
shading her eyes with her hand.
Katherine knew that military defense
had been provided by the government
after a sickisiing loss of life among the
settlers, and that Little Crow and his
followers had thus been driveu over the
Dakota borders. Dut she did not know
end I that predatory Kinds were making occa
i 1 sioual detours Jroui the main route of re-
j treat about tl less thickly settled part
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Vi IUV Willi l I ) , PI I'll II HIIUUI'I lll II1IU
kidnaping, and that less than a mile
j away a band of these murderous wretches
were hidden in a prairie slough or ravine,
I which they had made a wife retreat by
"back tiring," wailing for night to fall
before they descends! uiou the little cab
iu to wreak their bloodthirsty instincts
upon its inhabitants.
I Bctilah now proposed that Katherine
! should go np and put dowu the ladder
j for her to climb out iuto more comfort
! able quarter.
"Swui like I done leat out by all dis
yer catwampiu, an I'se j' a-piumg fer
a cup o' tea, honey. Do water's yere all
handy, an I'll je' take a few cobs from
tl stable fer a fire, an it'll be ready
quick'n ye can bat yer eye."
But, alas! in the first movement that
1 she made lieuhtli overturned the pail,
and ouce ou terra lirma the difficulty
grew more pressing. They must have
something to eat, for it was past nnd
afternoon and they had had nothing
"I'm not afraid. Give me the fusil,"
said Katheriue boldly, and started on a
swift run toward the spring.
At the top of the ridge she paused a
moment, and seeing nothing ran on.
nl. ,1,1 L
I ajui '"e umun ui, rue inn uiiiuiut ieji
! she knew bv the liirht coVeriuu of ashes
I tuat the heaviest of the tire had not
pas-W ov the ground, and it must
that the heaviest of the tire had
have been backfired. While she paused.
nnceriaiu what to do, a fearful yell
sounded close to her ear. and a burly In
dian, hideous in warpaint and feathers,
grasjied her from behind, leaped into hi
, " ' " ,u
, " y like the wind, followed by his
j ' '
. Fat'Kl' W'th ,the ?,n,t of th-
y' Katn'rm,' 8trou br"ve M '"
; was, succumbed to the sensations of
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1 WWIO wuuu, . . . , VUUSCU IUQ
! shneits npou ner lips, hue maiie no re-
distance, but, white and helpless with
fright, she felt herself dragged with bru
tal force to the pony's back and borne
with incredible swiftness across the
prairie, biek with a deadly faiutness,
sue sank into lnseusiuiniy.
When she regained consciousness she
was in an Indian camp. There were loud,
hoarse shouts and savage yells as Title
balls whistled through the air. The po-
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tuggea ana tore at tiieir listenings.
There were shrill cries of dismay from
the squaws and warwhoops from the
braves as they hurried almut in vain at
tempts at defense from a sudden sur
prise. Then a voice called, "Weve got 'em
this time!" and Kiuheriue was Wide
awake now, for in those tones she recog-
nized a voice, loved always, but never so
welcome as now the voice of her dear
"One night more and they would have
escaped us," eaid Mr. Uardner, as he
held Katherine in his anus, trembling
and sobbing, and oh, how happy! "And
if we'd taken the north trail instead of
the south ou our way to town we
shouldn't have met the troops who were
in pursuit of the wretches. As it was
we turned back 'jider their escort, and
when I found ti.r, my brave girl had
been carried off captive I rode on with
the soldiers. Thank God, my child, I
n find you safe!"
; I Katherine is a woman now, with chil
j dren of her own to whom she sometimes
, ' bills this true story of the Sionx uprising
j of 1872.
"But, mamma," cries little Bruce.
whose eyes and hair are so like those of
the baby brother she remembers so well,
though he has slept under the waving
grass in the prairie cemetery these many
years; "but, mamma, why didn't yon
fight back?" And with these words the
incipient warrior nestles sleepily in her
arms, to dream of impossible Indian
fights in which he is the chief actor.
Ad Incident of Keneaaw Mountain.
In the course of the battle there oc
curred a pathetic incident showing thut
"blood is thicker than water." At one
place on the mountain the dry leaves
and brush began to burn, and the creep
ing flames encircled many a poor fellow
lying helpless and in agony on the
ground. The Confederates at that por
tion of the line were ordered to cease
firing, and then one of their officers
called to the Federals and offered to
suspend hostilities long enough to allow
the removal of the disabled. While the
Union soldiers bore their comrades to
the rear, the Confederates looked on,
and then the fighting was renewed.
Blue and Gray.
An actress who has played for several
years the part of an old and crooked
woman in a play that hm had an ex
tended run is obliged to ;;ive up the role
for a curious reason, rihu finds that she
is growing one sided and to have a pro
nounced stoop thut does not vanish
when she leaves the stage. Exchange.
A STRAKE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
The following grsphle tlemenl will be
n.iil Willi linen' liiuuvtt "IcHtiiuitdewrlUi
lliiiHiinl,i'nepvyiitttlinthiitcli.li'd In my
arms, huiiil nml In!. I had tit rub and heat
inik.0 purls until lliey Were mn toovi'n'on v
In a ine.Hiiro the dead fevllnii llint luul luken
li Mvhin of ilieiii. In aililiilon, 1 luul a
tr:in' neiikiio III my burk anil nrouiiil l"V
wuij.t, tosether Willi an Indoaerlbalilu 'K'i''
(. imi in my aioiiiiu'li. rhynli'liinn snul Ji
w nrrveplmi piirnlVHlM, from wlih'ti. aeroril
Inc lo their universal coiu'luoliiii, theiv la no
relief. Unco It fuKoit liimn n Mnuin, ll.el
nv. II eoiitlniie lis Insldloii pnwre null!
II ry:i.-he a vim! point and H e ullen r iliei..
Sn.il ttii mr pnwHVt. I hnd Ini-n ilm-li rlnit
a vesr nnd a liulf tleadlly. bill Willi no 1
tl.-nlar K'nelli, when 1 snw an ivertlnienl
e( tr Mlliw' Itestoratlve Nn Ine. pmcund a
iHillltiand Nuun uolng It. Murvciima hi l!
nmv swin. hut a few day had paxM'il he(on
oery liltof llialeraepy fowling Imd left luo,
himI them luu not Ihhui wen the. tllfhtexl
lielleatlon of It return. I now fool
Hell as 1 ever did. and have gnlneil let;
pounds In weight, though 1 had run tlowi,
f rum 170 lo J7. Kour mhor have iimmI 1 r.
Miles' Kiwtnrntlve Nervine on my nvi'men
luliin.andlthabeeii asantlnfai'lorv Intlielr
cti'Mi its In mine." Jninc Kane, l.a Kile, t.
1'r. Mill's' Itoatorntlv Nervine laauld by all
ilrtigi,'lsta on a pltlve giiaraiiUe, or mut
illns'i liv the Drllle WihIIchI t'tv.. Elkhart.
1 liid.. on ni-elpl of price. It per Nutle, alt
' biliie forlo, epnsnpalil. llUtrvefrvui
J For sale by Chiirtnitn A Co.
ST I'At'l.'rt fill tit It rpiaeopal- Itev. J. A. I
r.rtatorin l'alor. Servieea al llo rloek a in and
J..J p. ill. I'rayrr survive every Weduraday
Klll.sl' f ONOKKiiATION AL flU'Kfll.-
I Kev. J, W t owau l'ator. servleea al in ;ai a. m.
and s 00 r. H. Sunday NehiHd alter nioriilm
flayer aieettug M edtieaday evening si
S OUo.eliH'k. I'myer inivlliig of Youiut l'eo.lr,i
S.sMelv ol I Tirtsllsn htlilesvor even- Hiiutli
. -. " . -
I MKsr HAfUSI I lil'Ht H -Rr. fiil.HAS
Pakshk Paa'.or Morulur Servlee al II Snitdav
Seiosil al I.' I '. Kieiiliut Servlee Iti aiHar
i prayer meeting Wednenday evfninir. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wedueoilay evenlni
preefdlng the llr-l Sunday In the month.
coruial liivltaiiou lo ail.
ST. loll.N S rill Kt'll f ATIIol.lC.-Hv. A.
I I i i i l b b a mii. I'aa'.or. on Sunday maa ai a and
tu ;io a. M. Kvery aerond and fourih Suiiday
iiertusti aertnoti alter ine a o eioek uiasa
At all other mssaea Kugllah aerniona. suiid
School m :i) r j Vespers, apologelle
tunjeci. an. i tienciietinu at 7 .tu r.
MKTHoPIST H.risrol'Al. t lll'ltf II -Kr
G. Svaca, Pastor. Morning servlee at II;
Sunday Sehool at in ihi. cl iaa meeting after
morning aervii. Kveiiln serine al 7.3U
r.pworth lA'airuc meetm Sunday evening t
S m. I'rayrr Meeting Thuraday evening al i .HI
strainers cordially Invited.
KIKST PKHSMYTKKIAN f llflll ll.- Kgy. 0.
W.iitHosgy. Pastor. Servirea at 11 a. m. and
7 .10 r. K. Hahlwth Hrhisil al lu a. u. You tig
People's Jlorlely of L'hrlsllall Klldeavor meets
every Sunday evening t HO WedueaiUy
(veiling prayer meeilng al 30. Seats fret).
KVAN(1T.1.ICAL( lll ltCII-liKKMAN - B. T.
Mv:a, I'astor Pn-arhing ai-rvlee every
Sunday al 11 A. M and 7 .10 I. M
Sahhath ael.iHil every Sunday at 10 A. M (Kev
V. I'"". Sunt) Weekly Prayer Muellii
every Wednesday evenlug
I'NITKIt HHK.TIIHKN IN rilltHT.-Preaeh
tug every aeeoud anil fourth Sunday of eaefe
mouth, at 11 uo a in. and 7 Hi p. in. n II. sic
u"' ft""" "'ly 'hol i lo . n at
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house. Molalla; Third Sunday. Mouuiniu Home
II a. in.: Dinner drove, 4 p. in.-Mln Delia
lireen. Superintendent Snii'iay sehnnl. I'rayer
meeting every Wednesday evening.
FAMILY -:- GROCERIES.
Our Groceries aie Fresh
and of tlio licst quality.
In Prices ve meet
Gary & Wissinger.
Let us have a trial order
Portland-Oregon City and
Yamhill River Route.
DAILY -:- TRIPS.
Down Leave Dayton 5 A. M.,
Mission 5,30, Newborn C, Butte
ville 6:4o, Oregon City D.-.'K),
arriving in Fortland 10:!50 A. M.
Up Leave Portland 2:30 P. M.,
Oregon City 4 P. M.
Stage runs lH;tween McMinnville
and Dayton, via Lafayette, in con
nection with the boat. The stage
will leave Hotel Yamhill, McMinn
ville, every morning at 3:30 a. rn.,
returning, leave Dayton every
evening, except Sunday, on arrival
of the boat.
Best of accommodations for pas
sengers and fast time made. For
freight rates apply at dock or on
Everybody should patronize the
Toledo and thus sustain a daily
Joel P. Geeb, Owner.
J. V. Exon, Captain.
'IUKuDN CITY IIOAItt) 1K TIIAHK,
Heel t'oiiit lloiiaeon Heeniul Momlny In
eaeti mouth. Vtallora weleonui.
r. K. DONALDSON, II Ml, t), KIUIWNKI I,
UAVKI. I.OIKIK, NO. .V A 0, V. W
Mielaaieoud and foil rl It Matiinta)' evmilinii al
KiHkIiI .I hall, (,'auliy. Ylalllng brolliura niaile
K K I'asi.ton, K. C, M iiiImii x,
Rueortlor. Mauler Workinnii
K. tK I'. 81 Alt l.t'D'IK NO. 1
J. F. Klaley t'. ('.: Tlioinsa NelUon, K. ol II,
ait .1 H, Meeta every e.lueiny evenliut al
o'i'liH'k In t'allii hall, I. o. il. K, lu ll.li u
lliotlters Iruiu oilier k.ol 1', lodifoa luvlleil,
.. ji. . ... .
OHM KOI) I.IIIUIK Nil, (HO, it. K A A. M
Meela I he aeeotul atnl foil rl It SHttirdi va of ear
month at J p. in All Maaoita in good sumling
are inviit'o to aueini,
D. II. Knits. W. M. K. J. Ht'BSKi.t., Keo'y,
OSWKllO I.OIUIK NO, S.H, 1. (), (1, T,
Meeti every Friday evening ill the new hall In
out i on ii
J. U. lUisita, c. T, John Ki , Nee'y
WII.I.AMKI'IK KKHKKAIt DKi'UKK l.oDHK
Meeta the aeeoud and loitrth Monday III the
niniuii at ;hi i At., in I. u i r it'iil.
M. IJ. Cntim in, M. M. I ii Aim H,
ttiwrrlary. N. U
1,. A. H. i"K K. D, II A K K It HA Ml', ri, OK V.
Miela In K. I'. Hall on the aeeoud and fourth
Moiulsy veuliia of eaeli mouth.
Ma. W. K JOHNSON, I're.l
Ml Nonas t'At.irr. Sev'y.
MIsri.K l'OK l.nlKiK No, at), I) of II.
Meela every Tiienday evetilioi
Mast llu aroBti. f, of II. Kloka Dvkr, line
Ml'MtlSK I.OIKIK, NO. US A. O. 1' W ,
Meela every aeooiul and fourth Saturday of eai'h
inniuii ai ii iiatuiviue. virrgou.
M. C, Yot'Nii, M. W
Jolts Tvt ltK, Keeorder.
I'D) I HON l.oliiiK No. I:l a. O. 1', W
Meti every Thursday veiilu at odd Kellowa
nail, Oawegu. laltliig lirvthrvn always ael
come. T, M o Mil i.an,
KahI M tag. Keeorder M. W
MOI.AI.I.A l.olHiK No . A 0. t W.
Mevta rliat and third Saturday In eai-h month
t aehiMil houae, tiltlng inemliera made wel
eome j. a, srirr, M. W
J. W. Tlio At, Kee.
r.U.lSlTl Y l.'HM.K IlK A O I'
Meela every Saturday evening ul eai'h month
In A. O I'. V hall 7l h (it. All aojoiiriiiug
oreinrvu voiuiauy IIIYIle.l to allelul.
T. K. UAl'LT, M W
io CAl.irr. Kieorder.
rol'N I AIN IIOHK co . No .
KeguUr nieeiliia reoml Wedueaday In eaeh
moiiin ai etuiiue nnn-e, ent al io Main alieet
between Seventh and Klglilh
J. W,SrWAr See. H Htaiuiit. F'rni
U. I . lirlSN, Foreman
I MOI.AI.I.A Ult ANliK, NO. 0, I', of II
u-.... ,1.1. i.-n u..i i..i i ... .. ... -
, ..n.uiirii uNii m luinnn iirinifi. oil iiir
. teeen.l Saiur.lay of eaeh iboiiIIi si 10 a. in
I rrlli.w memliera made wehiune
Jaa. Nki.sos, Master.
K II Cool'. See.
W A H.N Kit (IKANiiX. No 117. I' of II.
Meet fourth Ssiurilay of eaeh month at their
hall In New Ma. David MrArthur Muster
Mra Mav Waldri II. See')
MKADK I'OST. No 1 II A. It.. Dfcl'AKiMKNT
f , ursi jsoiionr (" ea( ii inoiun. Bl a. ni
1 P. Hall, orrgou I lly. Vlalilug comrades made
DAVID MeAltTllt'lt, Commander,
M. Wii.i.uMa, Adjiuaul
liKN. I'ltOUK I'liST. No, a H. A. It , ls art
lurut ni Ori'Kmi.
Vrrtslnsrliiv.il tunisr al .Srivtvoii Aral Hal
iirilay In rach nmiiili at J o'rlurli p. ni. All
cmnrailra Inatlu wulruin I. p, llll.l.lsti.
II. I HuMrauN, Adjl. t'unuuaudvr
KilNH or VKTKKANh.
K. V Bakor Camp, Nn la, nicls ttrtf Bral
ami Inlrd lliuraday vvnliig of rarh nmiith. at
a. ui r. nan.
W. t. Juhnaiin, f'.taln: II B llrlumf. Hiprr
srulaltv IMv Kiicainnnii.nl; (,, 1 1. Wind, ll
Mruli'ttant; AIkiiiii nli aliaiu, 1 l.lt'UIualit
C. A Herman, 1st S'Tirant.
CI.ACKAVI AH I.lllMiK, Nn, A7, A 0. V W
Hwli tlrat and third Mondar In a, h tnniilh.
i mraiKin a nail iiinn brrthrru wiUcoiiio.
U. K. I's a. IliiUiiaa.
Kro. it, W.
COI.l'MIIIA HOOK AND LAIibKR CO.
Mcrta tlrat Frlilay .11 ih month al
fountain tnsMiie house. Cuts. ATMr. v, I'n's
C. B I'lLUiw, rk.o')r. Ciu Hitkk. f rm
CATAHACT II IS R CO. Nr.. 3.
Mi"la m'cond Tueiday ul rarh month at t;t-
ran mikiii iiiuiai,, n ll, llo i l iti s
0. II. llTo, Hec'jr. J W O i osskll, F ro
MKADK BKI.IKK (.'OKI'S. No. Is, PKCAKT
MKNT OK OKKliON.
Mra. M. 8 I'ilaliurjr Pri'sldrnt
Mra, r. I.. Cochrane, - Tri'asiirrr.
Mra. J. II. Hardin. - Secretarv
Mi'i'ls on Drat ami third Turadar nl rarh
month In K. nl I'. Hall. Mi'inhera ul corps
iroin acruaii, coruiaur weicnnii'U.
r COMPANY, KII1MT It Kill MKNT, O. S, (1.
Armnry. Third and Main. Kcnular drill niirht,
Monday. Knfiilar Imalm-a untl!u(, Prat
Momlay ol eauli month.
J. W nation, ... Caatalll
K. 8 Kelly, - . Klrat l.h'uli'tiant
I- U I'li'ki-na, - - Arcond l.li'ilti'lianl
IICTTK CKKKK OKANiiK, No. Si, I', nl II.
Meets al Ihi'lr t rati In Mir, mam. second Nat
ur.Uy In each month at lu a. til. Vlaltliift
J. K JACK. J. It. WHITK,
FAI.I.H KNCAMI'MKNT. No. . 1. 0 O. K.
Meeta drat ami third Tuesdayaot each mouth.
t dim r rllows hall. Meniinira and vIsIIImh
pAiriarcna, 1'oriiiniiy uivilc'i lo atteuil.
J A. 8TK.WAKT, W. II 1I0WKI.U
Hcrllio. Chlul I'ntrlarch.
WACHKNO TKIliB, NO IS, HKIiMKN.
Meeta Tuesday evening at A,0. I'. W. Hall. Via
IllUK mcmliera Invited. J, II, Hiiwaiiu,
Cma. Kai.t.r, C. of K.
CANIIY I.OD(iK NO, M , I. O, 0. T.
Meet flrst and third Saturday evening nl
eacn moiiin ai kiiikui nan. cauhy. Vlslllnir
mi'innera aiwaya niniiu weti'unie
KI.I.A Kniiiiit. 8eo. Oso. W, Kniiiiit. W, C
woodmen ok the would.
Willamette Kails Camn Nn. IS. meeta 2d and
4th Tuesday nlnhta In each mouth In K. ul 1.
nan. Vlalilug neiKiiiKira maun weleonin.
E. K. Maktin, Clurk. K M. Mai k.C. 0
OHWKGO ORANGE NO. 175 P. of II.
Meela the second Haturdav nf each muiith at
10. m. O. Katun Master. J.y. Uaiik Hee'y
DAMASCUS OltANOE P, OP II. NO. OT,
Meeta on the flrst Hal unlay In each month at
luociocna. m. at Hie Oamaaciia achnol hniise.
S YOUNU, Master,
T. II. Fiathkki, Secretary.
HT. JOHN'S IIKANCII, NO. 7, C. K.o( A
Meet every Tuesday evening at their hall
comer Main and Tarn 111 Blrceta, Oregon City.
N. C. Mil iuci.a,Hec'y. T. W. Hiim.ivan, Pre
MULTNOMAH LODGE, NO. I, A. F A A, M.
Hold It regular communication on Or si
and third Saturday of each month at 7:811 r. at.
Brethren in good Handing are Invited to attend.
L. L. roK'I'KK, W. M.
T. P. KYAN.Hecrotary.
CUckama Chapter No. 2, R. A. M. Regular
Convocation third Monday uf the mouth at 7;3i
J. II. WALKER, II. P.
M Bcinamiii, Sec'y.
"ORKGON LODGE, No. 3, I.O. (KV,
Meet every Thuraday even.ug at 7:H o'clock
r. u. In the Odd Fellow' Hall, Main street.
Memhera of the Order are hulled to alien.
GEO. C. ELY, N. O.
Thoi, Ryn, BenreUry.
OHWKGO LOr.GK, NO m, I, O. O. F.
Meeta at Odd Fellow' hall, Oawego, every
Monday evening. Visiting brethren made
welcome. C. II, NIXON, N. 0.
J, F. KULIT, Seo.
EAST AND SOUTH
SOUTIIl-RN TACIIIC C'OMl'ANY.
Kxptess TraliiH leave l'orlliiiul Pally.
II II I'. M,
1 III r, m.
Oraii.iin lly l.v
H. Kriiel-eo I v
7 in n.
7 iJ r. n
DIMM) CAHH ON (KIHKN Hot' I K
Pullman Duffct Sleepers.
Socund-Clans Slooplng Cars
Allachvd lo all Ihruugh trains
IIOHKIU'lttl MAIL (Dully)
t ;u a
s m r
l'i i r 1 1 n 1 1, Ar
:ui p. m
n r, at
7 111 A. at
Meat Hide Division.
HKTWFKN I'Oll I I. AND AND t'OIIVAI.I.IH,
Mall Traill. Dallr (Kteept Hundav.l
7 :hia M. l.v I'oriland Ar 1 6 W f M
IJ 1M-. M. I Ar Corvallla l.v
1 tai r at
Al Alliaiiyand i'orvallls enuneel with train
nf Oregon and I'licitie Itallroad.
K press Train liallv iKieenl Hunilay)
! HI" M.
I .11, M
U t)A. u
Til A I.I. I'olN lit IN TDK
KAMTKItN HIATr.rl, CANADA AND KI'ltOl'K
Can l ulilslnrd al liiansl ratea from I. II
Miairo, Agent, Oiegnu Clly,
K. P. HOIIKIIH,
Ass I II. r and I'aaa. Agoill.
Salt Lake, Denver
Omaha, Kansas City
Chicago, St. Louis,
31 DAYS TO
JriMrtc,'ulti,u'('k1'1 to Chicago
lUUip autl tl.o Knst.
JniirlH Quicker to Omaha
'WUlfi ami Kansas City.
PULLMAN A TOURIST SLEEP-
Kits, FREE RKCLINJM. Chair
Cum, Dining (.'urn.
8. II. II. Clark, )
Oiivi-r V. Mink, S It..
E. Ellcry Aiiilornon, )
For rnti'M hiuI Kt'iu nil informa
tion call on or uildri hh.
W. II. IIURLItURT, A-nt. (Soul.
Piihh. AkI., 2.VI WiiHliiiiL'toii St.. cor.
Tliinl, Portliiiul. Or.
Oregon Pacific Railroad
CIIAS. CLARK, R.rcivcr.
Direct Linn Quick tlinimtch
Low frt'ijrlit ruto Ix'twccn Wil
lainctto Vitllcy jMiintH ami San
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
Leaves San FranciHco Mnrch 4.
I I and 24.
Leaver) Viuiuina March i, l'Jatul
ThiH Coin pan v rcKerveH tho
right to chango nailing tlatu with
For freight unci puHHenirer riitcn
ajiply to any agent.
CIIAS CLARK. Receiver.
CluiH. J. HemlryH, Son & Co..
No. 2, H, Market St., S. F.
1 ""TAJW A PATENT t For
m I Mt tV :!., whohava had nxarlrltftr ruara'
Miwnmn. in th palimt kualimaa. An,mii"u3.
llonaalrlrtlyenollilanllal. A Handbook of Inl
tain llinm sunt f rim. A Iso a calaloau of mauhaik
teal and aclantino hoosa amit fnw. "n
lalanta tnk.m Hi rout I, Munn k Co. ranaln
''"'loam th. Nrlrnilil AmrA.Tand
f,"1 t2,tl"'. Invanlnr. Tin splanrtld paiair
jMiim wmkir, ahvuitiy illnatratn.1. has hy far iha
UwiMt wrmilatlon of anr aotHi.tlflo worl ! th!
S n.:. ' T"r- Hamipla oopiM aant Ittm
Bulldln Kdltluo. monthly, 1 60 viar Hl'nala
IWW , v ory a,,S bfi!
tlful plains in colors, ami photiHiraplia of now
hous... with plarn .nahhiMl V.,..l,l, 1,1 .rii'.VuJ
"'SMSy'V J"1 nuroontrit. Aililroai
MUNM i CO, Naw vouk, al llimabwAH
n it n1
L Il b
TJ1 ! 1 A 1
rreigni ana parcels doliverod
to all parts of the cit v.
RATES - REASONABLE.
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