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Hard Timet Pom-Siik ThlT About
hnlghu of Labor Miner.
Clakks, Feb IS. The closing ytar
of the nineteenth century seem lol)oiitul
willi evil and disaster, or along camo
the po, then down went the hops, ami
the bugs eat up the barley, oats ami
nhest; it busted Hp the bunk anil sent
abroad the cranks to steal all the chick
ens, grain anil iieat.
The hard times seem to have brought
on an epidemicof thievety in this county.
Several of the neighbors have had some
of their chickens taken by these night
owls, and (irandta Yarwuod is grieving
because he lost a couple of hanie straps.
Mr, and Mrs. Jewell were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Smith last Sunday.
V. J. Suckner's little girls have been
aeriously sick with scarlet fever
We are. sorry to note that Rev. J. II.
McLain'a w ife is on the sick lint.
O. W. Grace and wife made a pleasure
and business trip to Portland last week.
Frank Rees's little boy is seriously ill.
caused I r drinking some concentrated
Miss Nellie May of Oregon City was
visiting at her uncle's, John Gard, last
The Knight's of Labor are goiug to
have a grand brsket dinner atG. W.
Grace's ball, Saturday, the 23rd. Kvery
Kev. J. II. McLain will preach at the
school house March 17th. Alma.
, Mount Pleasant News.
Moukt rriASABT, Feb. H -Those lately
on the sick lint are Mrs. Kusell, Mrs. Cor
nelia Myers and little Ktbel Titus.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton's nephew and
niece from Idaho are visiting them at
their home on the fian-k place.
Saturday night, February 9, Mr. and. Miss
Cievers gave a banquet to the "Twilights,"
here, according to all reports, all enjoyed
I-ast Saturday night forty-one inrlivulnals
convened at J as. S. McCord's. The parlors
were decorated for the occasion and the fol
lowing program was rendered :
Son Burt and George McArthur
Recitation David Kancber
Esay An American Genius Edgar Allen
Poe Beatrice McCord
Song D. Fancher
Reading Benj. Ilendrickson
Instrumental solo Mr. gievers
Recitation Ethel Kidder
Song Archie McCord
Twilight Zephyrs Club Magazine
Debate Resolved, That gunpowder is ben-
eficial to mankind
Violin Solo Beatrice McCord
The debate was quite an exciting affair.
Mr. Kidder, leader of the affirmative,
made a telling speech, and therefore the
question was Jecided in bis favor. The neg
ative suffered considerable chagrin at least
your correspondent did.
Oar next subject for debate is, Resolved.
That La Fayette should receive more honor
from Americans than Washington Ho
mer Martin on the affirmative and George
McArthur on the negative.
Meadow Brook Notes.
Ukavow Baook, Feb. 18. Miss Emma
Tinnerstett and Miss Nellie Gottberg of Ore
gon Oitr, are visiting friends here.
R. Pibble, of Molalla, was up a few days
ago and placed a large order for lumber for
a new dwelling with 0. Anderson, our saw
mill man. Dave Anderson deserves the
gratitude of the public hereabout, for when
the project of building a public hall in Can
yon Creek precinct was under discussion it
was Dave who volunteered to furnish all
the lumber, and right royally he fulfilled his
promise. The new public hall which will
be dedicated by the F. A. and I. V. next
Thursday is a frame building 4Hx20 f et, 13
feet arch ceiling with an 8-foot stage.
The Kntkxi-bihk deserves to be a weekly
visitor in every household in Clackamas
county for the bold stand it has taken on
the two most important questions of today
to the people of this county money end
roads. We believe that the Enterprise
has been long acknowledged the best county
paper in our commonwealth for news; and
it should be clear to all that its editorials
are in behalf of we, the people the com
mon eople, I mean.
. These are pleasant sunny days, and what
of the night? Well, the nights shall be
fitted to music and the thieves that infest
Hie legislature shall fold their pledges like
our representatives and a? quietly steal
Thanks to the postal clerks, or somebody
else, our Friday's mail now brings us our
coast papers, leaving Oregon City 8 A. M.
and reaching Meadow Brook at 3 I'. M. Ho
we withdraw our " kick" in reference to al
teration in mail schedule. Pwehix.
IIorinos, Feb. 18. It has been some time
since your correspondent wrote from this
(art. News is scarce around here; every
one seems to stay at home and attend to
their own household; very little gossiping
in this vicinity. In fact we think we
have a model neighborhood.
Miss Alma Hurssell has just closed a
seven weeks term of school at Borings.
William Ilickcy, of Salem, has been visit
ing his mother, Mrs. W. B. Hickey, the
Farmers have been improving their time
during the fine weather the past week pre
paring for their spring crop.
Of late all is quiet on the road question.
Perhaps they think the engineer will be
around to do the work.
The republicans out here think the min
ority ought to give in to the majority. In
our conventions the majority rules. We
are glad that our senator and two represen
tatives stand firm by the caucus nominee.
The Kermcsse cigar is a decided suc
cess. Ten cents value for five cents cash.
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
A Weird Story of Two Hen Whoa Singular
- Wound Were the Kadi.
"I tun uot a believer iu glioxts, win
camntions or tho supernatural iu any
shape, bnt I had a singular experience
some years ago which I havo never boon
able to account for satisfactorily," said
! J. P. Laoroix of Montreal.
"I was second mate of a merchant ship
in 18S3. Among- the crew was a tough
customer named Liuulor, always iu
tronoK V.j had a frightful scar, ex
tending fioin brow to chin, tho result
of a rVk fight. He had a bullet wound
wlr'-it had takoti away the lobo of his
rigiit ear, besides a peculiar protuber
ance like a wen on his forehead I
would take my oath there was not an
other man alivo marked just like him.
At the end of that voyage Lander killed
lis wife ami cnt bis own throat He
severed the windpipe, bnt he recovered.
The wound in his throat healed, bnt
left a hole, which he had to cover with
his hand when ho spoke. He breathed
throngh asilver tnbo. lie-was tried and
convicted, and happening to bo iu port
I was present at tho hanging ami saw
the body buried.
"Iu 18!0 I was ou tho gold coast of
Africa. Ashore one day I camo across a
man bossing a gting of negro laborers.
His form seemed strangely familiar, and
I started with surprise when I saw him
place his hand over his throat when
giving aoino orders. Goiug closer, I saw
the soar, the wen, tho lobcUa ear, the
hole in the throat, tho silver tube and
i every feature and characteristic of a
man 1 saw hanged ana buried, i got
into conversation with him. Ho said
his name was Dttnlrr. Ho was unable
to tell how he came by tho wound in
his throat, ear and face. Ho said he
most have had a long illness. He re
membered being iu a hospital, ho said,
but it was like a dream, and he had no
recollection of his life before thai j
"Ho said he remembered, while still
ill, taking a long voyngo he didn't
know where from until ho had landed
where I met him. He told mo my face
looked like ono he bad seen iu a dream,
bnt ho knew be had never seen me bo-
fore. How do I account for it? I don't i
try to. I am only telling tho facta. I j
dou't know whether Dauler was Lander j
come to lifo again or a reincarnation of
him. Maybe Lander's neck was not !
brokeu and some scieutiflo chap had '
been experimenting on him with a but-1
tery. All I kuow is that no two men .
could possibly be marked in exactly tho
same way. If it was Lauder, he was
greatly benefited by the change, as cn
inquiry I found that he bore a splendid
reputation as a qniet, law abiding, peace
able citizen. "Chicago Tinioa.
Expert Bay All of a Generation Have tha
Sum Chirac arUtlos. I
Experts iu handwriting say that all
the people of a single generation write, j
alike, and it is well known that niot
French handwriting has a strong family
likeness to the eyes of others than
Frenchmen. Nearly all Chinamen of
the washhou.se class look alike to super
ficial observers, and persons unaccus
tomed to colored persons find difficulty
in distinguishing one from another.
It needs, however, a comparison of
two or three family photograph albums
of 20 or SO years ago to convince men
and women of today that there are strik
ing superficial likenesses running
through Americana of a given genera
tion. All theseold albums show curious
resemblances, chiefly perhaps of dress
and face, but sufficiently striking for
one family album at first glance to bo I
tukeu for another. As page after page
of each is turned over there is tho same
succession of men, women and children
in full figure, sitting, standing, posed
in groups of two or throe, with hats,
without hat?, drapv.l iu shawls, and
manifestly dressed in their best for the
Tho photographer of those days
chose, for reasons of tbeir own, to niako
full length pictures, and as they were
unusually small costume counted for a
great (leal and helped to intensify the
general likeness running the wholo gen
eration. Philadelphia Press.
Carnot and Jean Carrie.
The death of Jean Carries, the sculp
tor, recalls an anecdote in which bo and
the late President Carnot were tho prin
cipal actors. The artist's busts and
figures at the Champ do Mars exci ted the
admiration of all, and they were de
servedly classed iu the first rank. M
Carnot, when on his visit to the salon,
noticed an old man, who seemed much
moved on seeing him, standing before
tho works of art of tho sculptor. Homo
one said to the president, after pointing
out the artist: "Here is need for repara
tion, M. le President Carries is one
of our most skillful men of art, and he
is not yet decorated." Forthwith JL
Carnot detached from the buttonhole of
OLe of tho officers of tho military house
hold in tho place, of a cross of the chev
alier a cross of an officer of the Legion
of Honor and placed it himself on tho
breast of Jean Carries. The next day,
in The Official, the artist was named a
chevalier of tho order. London Figaro.
Once Senator Stanford was traveling
through California iu his private car.
The train bad stopped at a small town,
and the senator was leisurely strolling
back and forth on tho platform at the
depot A baggageman was unloading
trunks, and in doing so carelessly pitched
one' onto the platform, and it bunt
open. The senator looked at it and re-1
marked, "Well, that's a shame. " The'
baggageman impudently asked, "Do you
own this trunk?" Tho answer came
quickly, "No, young man, but I own
this road. " Horseman.
It is said that Lord Campbell was of
ten overbearing and irritable. A lawyer
Who had long struggled against the
ohief justice's criticisms finally folded
up his brief and remarked, "I will re
tiro, my lord, and no longer trespass on
your lordship's impatience. "
kits ir a U tult'i t hroat.
Ono of tho favorite arguments of tho
skeptic is that the Uiblioal story of Jo
nah and tho whale cannot lie true sim
ply because the books on natural history
say that such animals have very small
throats. Apploton's American Oyclo
podia says, "The food of whales consists
only of tho smallest of tho marine mol
lusc, a herring being the largest fish
they can swallow. " Chandlers' Encyclo
pedia, in tho article "Whulo," suys:
"The gullet of whales is vory narrow.
It is said not to bo more than 1 inches
in diameter even iu largo whale, so
that only very small animals can pass
through it." In McMillan's book on the
curiosities of the ocean, "The Sea and
Iu Denizens," chapter 8,' page OU, I
hud the following: "That tho story of
Jonah and the whale cannot bo refuted
simply because such animals have, as a
rule, very small gullets or throats may
bo inferred from tho fact that there are
certain species of the sperm whalo now
living that can swallow an object it feet
iu diameter. I myself was present at
Lamarck when a buoy as largo as a 12
gallon water cask, and greater iu diam
eter than tho chest and shoulders of a
300 pouud man, wits taken from tho
bolly of a whale which was uot more
than two-thirds grown. "St Louis
A lkg With r.jrgl
Pedestrians on Market street the oth
er morning jostled each other to sto a
novel sight A huge dog, with a sleek
drab skiu and a generally couteuted
look, plodded along the thoroughfare
wearing spectacles of largo size aatrid
his shapely nose. Tho dog was not at
11 Inconvenienced seemingly, and ap
parently was not aware that ho was do
ing anything out of the ordinary, as h
critically surveyed tho puhlio through
the spectacle glasses. The spectacles
were much too largo for any huuiau be
ing, aqd probably were made with
glasses without magnifying power, at
the order of some waggish owner. San
The llerarenil Jaaper.
Rev. Jolin Jasper of Richmond, the
Biost noted of all slave preachers, is now
over 80 years old aud believes as firmly
as he did in 1878, when his famous ser
mon was preached, that "the sun do
move. " He recently gave an outline of
that oelubratod discourse, which, he
says, was composed iu order to set at rest
some doubts which had arisen in the
mind of a young member of his flock.
A mau may float in salt water with
out moving his hands or feet if he has
the presenoo of mind to throw his head
back and allow the body to sink to the
position which it will then naturally
In 1287 a teacher In Florence bad
his bouse burned and built a new resi
dence by selling two volumes of Cioero.
YEARS OF INTENSE PAIN.
Vr. J. B. Watt; druggist and physi
cian, Humboldt, Nob., who aultured. with
heart disease for four years, trying every
remedy and all treatments known to him
self and fellow. practltlonem; believes that
heart disease Is curable. He writes:
"I wish to tell what your valuable medi
cine has done for mo. For four years 1 had
heart disease of tbe vary worst kind. Sev
eral physicians I consulted, said It was
Rheumatism of tbe Heart.
It was almost un
tion a, severe
pains, unable to
on the left aide.
No pea can de
scribe my suffer
-luring the last
months of thoae
four weary years.
I Anally tried
DR. J. It WATTS,
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure,
and was surprised at tbe result It put new
life Into and made a new man of me. I
have not bad a symptom of trouble since
and I am satisfied your medicine has cured
me for 1 have now enjoyed, since taking It
Three Years of Splendid Health.
1 might add that I am a druggist and have
sold and recommended your Heart Cure, for
I know what It has done for me and only
wish I could state mure clearly my suffer
ing then and the good health I now enjoy.
Your Nervine and other remedies alw
give excellent satisfaction." J. II. Watts.
Humboldt Neb., May i, 'M.
Dr. Miles Tfeart Core Is sold on a prltlva
guaranu-H that the Brut bottle will Iwnelit
AlldruKglHMsollltatU, 0 bottles for IS, or
It will be sent prepaid, on receipt of price
by the Dr. Miles Modlcal Co., Elkhart, Ind,
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
WINTER TIME TABLE.
STR. SARAH DIXON,
For Astoria and Clatskanie.
Leave WASHINGTON STREET
DOCK for Astoria, Sunday mor
ning at 7:30. Monday and Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
RETURNING leaves Astoria
Monday morning at 6:30; Tuesday
and Thursday evening at 5 o'clock.
Connecting at Oak Point on down
trip with steamer Messenger for
Clatskanie; and on up trip from
On Fridays will leave Portland at
1 o'clock P. M. for Oak Point con
necting with steamer Messenger for
and from Clatskanie. Return to
Portland the same night.
' fa ,h V
Are Yon doing Kaslt
It so, it will pay you to write lo A. 0.
Sheldon, general agent of the "Htirling
ton lioille," 2IW Washington street,
Portland. Ho will mail you (ree of
charge, maps, time tables, and advise
you as to the through rates to any point,
reserve sleeping car accommodations
(or you, and furnish you with through
tickets via villior the Northern, Union,
Southern, Canadian Tactile or (Ireat
Northern railroads at the very lowest
The Burlington route is generally con
certed to be the Uncut ciilpod railroad
in the world for all classes of travel.
Through Trains Without Transfer,
Travellers must not forget that the t).
K. & N. line Is thoroughly repaired and
all trains are running without transfer
or delay. Through service to Omaha,
Kansas City, St. I .on Is and Chicago;
Pullman sleepers, free reclining chair
cars, upholstered tourist sleepers and
modem day coaches. Call on O. It, A
X. Agent before purchasing tickets, or
address V. 11. lltirlhurt, tien'l Passen
ger Agent. Portland, Oregon.
Hlank note, receipt and order books
at the Kntkhi'Hiss ollice,
Caked & Inflamed Udder;.
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores
All Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub In Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquer
Makes flan or Beast well
Our Groceries are Fresh
and of the bust quality.
In Prices we meet
GARY & WISSINGER.
Let me have a trial order.
River Route, via.
Joseph Kellogg Trans. Co.
STR. JOS EPIIKELLOGG leaves
Kelso Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 6 A. M. Leaves Port
land, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 7 A. M.
STR. NORTH WEST--Lcaves Port
land Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Kelso and Upper Cow
litz river points, returning the
This is the only direct route to
reach all Cowlitz river points.
WM. R. IIOLMAN, Agent.
Taylor Street Dock, Portland, Or.
In the t'lroiitt Court of tli Suit ot Oregon lor
Ilia I'oiiiuy ul t'lai'kamaa.
JulU Palmer, plaintiff, vi John Palmer,
To John I'almtir, lbs atmv natnil itnfeiiilanl:
In lli nam ul III Hum ul Oregon, you nr.
Iierl,y rcoiilreil lo iet mid anawnr III colli'
plalnl ml aiitiiinnna flleil agalnal you In Hi
above rul 1 1 U'l .nil, ,y (lis flr.l ilay ol ill lerm
following Hi xlrllon ol th time irniirllirl
ill inn outer lor in oiiiihiioii in inn mill
In. towll: on Hi IAUi liar ol April, A. II.
IHvft, Dial IikIiii i Drat day o( III uoniiii'iii''
nii'iit nl tint rmulnr lorm ot tlm nlmv. iitllli'd
(vu rl; nd II yi'ii lull lo iar Hud anawtr or
'load, IliPiiUliitlir will lak a di'rr Kluat yoii
lor th rolli'l prayod for III Hi iomilalnt fllntl
huri'ln. lo.wi: l,.r ilrotKo illaiolvliii tlm Ik, ml.
ol matrimony now xtatltta; htuwmiit III plnlit'
IIITaiid di'lriidant: lor III far and (Miatmlyof
tlixlr minor i lilldrru; for on third ol tli riml
properly liplonitlng to th ili'ti'tidant, dcacrtlipd
followa, lo-oll lliltiiilii( at th I, mi IIiiii
ooriicr on tho aoiilli imiuidiiry ol apt'tloii pi,
lownahlp A. aoiitli rami I, aat ol th tVlllatn
tt inrildlMii; rniinliiH tlienr l 'Si (Mix)
chain, to tutt: llitMico north 7 di'iirea al
S.Mi uu oliaina to s no li In th rwnivr ol Hi
roiimy rod. thouo north at di-tfret' wa
It Ml lii t'hnlna toatak: Ihonr north IM di'it
lit mill weal II DO IHUi'hna lo a ataknon th sorili
Mild aollth V. aiM'tloli lino IhroilKh aeotloll li;
lliKiie until .11 II till chain, lo III Ui' of l,
HUitiliitf, containing Kh!y aiTa. aliuatrd iu
lit rninity of I'larkamaa and alat of tlrt'itoii.
Ami lor th aiim of I porinaii.nl lluiimy lor
th aupporl of htiraiMI' Mini minor children: and
lor th roata and illaliiiravmMiila ol Ihla lull
Thl. auniinotia la imlillahrd hy order of (It
I'ln nll t'ourl ol th atal ol UrefoH. Inr I'larkn
Inaa I'oiinty, mad and vulercd on th rlh day
ol Kehroary, A U. 1-1". iid l tiuldlahed lor
pvrtod of all ronaeriitlv week. Iu aald Clanks
inaa county, .into of tircum.
Turf, IIOIHK A sroi'T.
J-.M Altorueya lor rialutllT.
Ill th" elreiill ronrl ol th Ntat ol Olvgoti tor
the county of CUcktiiaa, ra.
Adam uulck, plalntllT. va. Annie E yulck, d-
To Annie K. Quick, aald defendant:
In th nam of the Stt of Oren'ill. you ar
hrreliy reuuired to appear ud anawer 111 don
pUlnl (tied analn.t you In III Ihiv entitled
anil mi the Ihl'd Monday III April, A. I. 1
IhIu( th l',h day of aklil moiilli, and aald day
being th flial dav of Iho tieit regular term ol
aatd court, (allowing Iti eiplralloii of th lltn
prescribed In th nr. lor nl inihltcatlna ol thl.
iinitt.oua made by aald ronrl. And If you lall
to appear and anawer aald romiilntiil plaltnlfT
will apply lo ill court for th reltel detuauded
tit th Ct'lnplatllt. to wtl: 'I'll dlaaolillliin of
tho inarrlnue contract ettatliitf between you and
plaintiff, and decre nl ahanho dtvorc from
you, ami for u h other and further relief ai ta
imcl In th preiulaea. rutill.liod by nrdr of
lion. 'I tma. A, Mcllrlde. Judan ol aald court,
duly mail ou lb 7th riy ol January, A l.
IW f. II. DV ' Ally, for I'lalntlff
lted Jan 13. IK. I l J !
1800 niilrs of long dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in oiH-rntittn hy the
Oregon Telephone and Tel
Portland, Seattle, Sjki
kane, Taeonia, Sttlem,
Walla Walla, Pemlleton,
Alhany ami other towns
in the two ntates on tho
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no effect to a
clear understanding. Spo
kane us easily heard as
Oregon City offico at
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - Oregon.
Portland-Oregon City and
Yamhill River Route.
DAILY -:- TRIPS.
Down Leave Dayton .r A. M.,
Mission 5,150, Newbcrg 0, Rutte-
villo G:4', Oregon City ::),
arriving in Tortland 10:!50 A. M.
Up-Leave Portland 2:I!0 P. M.,
Oregon City 4 P. M.
Stagoruns between MuMinnville
and Dayton, via Lafayette, in con
nection with tho boat. The stage
will leave Hotel Yamhill, Mc.Minn
villo, every morning at '1:30 a. m.,
returning, leave Dayttm every
evening, except Sunday, on arrival
of the boat.
Best of accommodations for pas
sengers and fast time made. Foi
freight rates apply at dock or on
Everybody shoud patronize tho
Toledo and thus sustain a daily
Joki. P. Gkkh, Owner.
Akciiik Gkku, Captain.
If you aro interestcdln
v you ought to 1)0 a sub
i scriber ot Pkintkks' Ink:
a journal for advertisers.
is issued weekly and is
filled with contributions
and helpful suggestions
from tho brightest minds
in the advertising busi
ness. Printern' Ink
costs only two dollars a
year. A Bample copy will
bo sent on receipt of five
lO 8pru St., - Jttvx Yofk '
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Tractiof CLACKAMAS FKIIIT LANDS.
Good holme, barn, etc Alio
LOTS IN OI.ADHTONK.
J, K. OKOOM, Park Place, Oregon.
HT. t'AI'lS CIIUIII'll - KptacopMl - Kay.
laaan lwaoii, Iteclor. Service all! o'nloek.
in. nd 7 ) lit, l'rayr ervlc vry W
riltrlT OONtllirtlATIONAL CIH'HCH
Hv. J, W. Cowan I'a.lor. Merlc Ml III W t.H.
aud H tW r. at. Hiitnlay Mcl I alter morula
aervlc. Ftayr itlui Wnduaailay velllli fi
N IWo.eloek. I'rayer utllii of Yoiium roplf.
Society of I'hrlatlan Klidaviir vry Huuday
veniiii Ml 7 a praiupl.
rillHT IIAI'TIST Cllt'HI'll - llv. M L.
Ilioiil, faalor Morulut Hervlc at II Huuday
Hell. ml at j 1ft; Kventm Mervlc tu. KKtilar
prayer uieellui WndiieaiUy eveiilm. Moiithljr
Coveuaiil Meetln ecery Wnliieadaf venliii
prere.llhK Dm flrai Holiday in h month. A
uorulal Invitation lo all.
sr. joiin'H eiin(i'ii.cAi'iioi.it!.-itv, A.
llli.l.MiiatNii, I'aa.or. On Sunday maaaat a ami
III mi a. at. Kvry aecond and fourth Holiday
lleriiKU aernion after tha M o'clock iiimm
At all other maa.ea KinlMi aerinona. Muiidaf
Hell, m, I al J ll r. at Vea,era, apolollcl
ubleuia, ami llenadlclloii al 7 r. at,
UK'I'lliilHHT KI'ISt'Ol'AI. Clll'ltC'll.-IUr
0. Hya, I'a.lor. Mnrtilui aorvlc al II;
Holiday School at IU i. ! in eel ln altef
tiioruliiii aervli. Kvulu aervtc al 7 ,10.
l.eitgot meeting Huuday evenlot al
nr Meeting lliur.day evchlli, alD.IW.
A ."J I'raynr Merlin inurii
Iraniera cordtallv luviteu.
riltHT I'HKHIIYTKtllAN flll'IICII -KT. 1.
W, Moiitnonicry, I'a.lor. Mervice. al II A and
7 no r u, Habbatli H.-li.x.l al lu A. at. Yiaiul
People' Soplely of ( lirlellau Kudcavnr lael
avery Holiday vveiilut; al Ml Wedtieadaf
(veiiltm prayvr iiieellut al 7 MO, Seal IrM,
K.VAN(l".l.lt'AI.I'liritt ll -liK.IIMAN - M. f.
Mvkm, I'aalor. I'reaclun .ervlcoa every
Hutiday at It A M and 7 V M.
rialibaih acl.iHd every Hiiuday al 10 A. M ill
I' Hull, Hul.l I Weekly I'rayer aletlli
every Wmlueaday venliij
t'MTKIi HIIKI'llltKN IN CM lllsr. I'rach
lug evory aecoud and fourth holiday of eai-ll
moiiih. al II tua m and 7 Ml p m.-H II. lat'
Lain. I'a.tiir Hiimlay arload ai 10 a. an. al
liretoui'lly Klrat aomlay al Hauiami arlnuil
hou.e. Midalla. Iblid Huuday. Moiiuioln limn
II a. m : llmlwr limv, 4 p. m -Miaa Hll
llreen. Hiiperluiendeiit HiiuUMy .ell, ml I'raynr
meeting evry Wedlle.ilay vlllllg.
KVANtiKI.lt Al. I.I TIIKKAN I II f ltfl(-l..
0y, I'a.lor Herman aervlce vry Huuday
al II o'clock A kl. Hugliah t. rvlcea al 7 ! t.
M Huuday a.'h.ad al lu nelix'k A M loca
tion: Htot room neat diMir to bakery In Hhtv
ley a building, comer ul Hevvuili aud Madlaoll
. t n n I r u TC V
our i ruun i
CASI I OBTAIN A PATKNT t r
prnmiit anawer and an biaieal neiniiw. writ lu
fit SUA CO.. bar had nawly "My T'a'
ilrieitc in ih pateni eiuinw. nanmaoina.
Ilim airli'tly e,iHilentlal. A llaaakaaki of la
ftirmallia. emrwruln I'aleMta and bow bi ob
Uln Uim aool fra. A lu, a eaiakaju ul aliaaihai.
krl and arlaollO b"ha aatil tie.
I'alenu laaen llmiu.h Muno (Vv twari
iHkiial notiraln th Hrealln Aaaerlraa, and
lima ar Bnniabl wnlely br,alli evblla with
out nt lo Hi Inventor, 1 hia .cleo-lid pair,
)aaud weekly, lanlly lllaatrate.1, baa tir far IM
larat elrvulalli,q of any aeleiitiAe wurk In Uie
world. $;l a year. Hatecle iptea aetrt frwe.
Hiiildiiui K'liiiua.aioiiihly. U tats jmmr. rlingle
eoelaa, 'J. eaiita. Kvary nuinlwa? nrtilaina baa,
llftll Plate. In euhwa, and ptMrtivratiha ul weW
bouaaa. with plana, enahlln bwlMera (o ahow law
kateat daalgha aud aeeur cnlracta. AiVlrawa
ML'NN I CO, Naw Yumk, a BaoibWAT.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATRH HKTWKKN Tilt UK I DDK AN
Double and Single Rigs, and sad
dle horses always on bund at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Iiiformullun rrnunlliiK any kind or
MttM'k prompt ly ttoniliul to by person o(
horses Boutrht and Sold.
Iloraoa llour.lml itiiil Kel on reason
I "alary .
I E.iai1eea l
a JMitAguatvlMgliitiara. Ubura!
namnlaalen ta lu'al
l rora et etciui
I aeriy.r.n.iMaj U V 'r a ...n enl
nur.ry B -yfr,i,ou..l,.rd.
atw:k. .-f V. kV I... Mi.liinln
Waaanl ymi iuw. wlnla
tha fruit h:'ltl'tiy II "
imtiortant. "" eh.nea for
i.nn..m.,nl. nvtnt anil f'lll par
rrulanfrM. IlltOWS bHiw CO . aur
rrmen. rertiahd. tire, flalalieua!
JOHN A. BECK,
No. 270, Morrison Struttt,
IS KTII.l, ON KAUTII.
For general repairing he stands
without a ticer. For first-class, re
liable goods his store is second to
none. Trv him I
D PL VIES
Tin: photograph kr,
Received a gold medal and diploma
at St. Louis Convention of
Third and Morrison Streets,
Duffy & Hcckart
EXPRESS and TRANSFERING.
Special care in moving Household
Goods and Pianos.
Prompt work and
Leove orders at
BKLLOMY & IiUSCII'S.