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M’MINNVILLE. OREGON, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
A WHIFF O’ THE CALLER AIR.
led him, Bhao Mitra. to that stage where,
indeed, as the vulgar divined, occult
Written in Australia by lira. Margaret Miller
psychical forces were subject to him, and
where mysteries were open to him before
Oh, for a breath o’ the moorlands,
which the world was blind?
A whiff o’ the caller air!
Was this to be the cud of all, that he
For the scent o’ the flowerin heather
should lose all his ascendancy, by the
My very heart is sair.
double moral fall of love for a woman aud
Oh, for the sound o’ the burnies
of injustice to a helpless fellow being?
That wimple o’er the lea,
Etbeiind under this new supreme influence
For a sight o’ the brownin bracken
On the hillsides waving free!
was as a bird ensnared.
Who shall tell the battle of that mo
Oh, for the blue lochs cradled
hard times consumers
ment“ He had saved himself, dashed the
in thg tius o’ mountains gray
cup trom Lis lip at the momentof fruition.
That swile as they shadow the drifting
cannot afford to experiment
She slept oblivious in her trance. Ob
A’ the bonny simmer day!
livious? Yes, ami so she should remain.
Oh, lor the tops o’ mountains.
with inferior, cheap brands of bak-
Bhao Mitra bent his dark face downward.
White wP eternal snaw!
His piercing eyes were fixed for a motion
HfRTT years’ observation nt Castoria vrUb t?to patronato of
For the winds that drift across the lift.
less instant on the sleeping features. ile
For the strung east winds that blawl
raised his hand and touched her eyes and
milBons of persons, permit ne to speak of It without gnesting.
I’m sick o’ the blazing sunshine
great strength and purity of the
brow. Then, without looking back, he
It la unqaestlonably th» best rrmed t for Infanta and Children
That burns through the weary hours;
O’ gaudy birds singing never a song,
ROYAL stand out as a friend in need
He left the grounds of Well wood Hall un
the world has over known. It in hnrmle,«. Children like it._ it
O’ beautiful scentless flowers.
seen of hostess or guests. His absence hail
I’d gie a’ their southern glory
to those who desire to practise Econ-
not been, noticed. Nor would Ethelind’»
gives them health. It will ware their lives. In it Mothers hare
For a taste o’ the gude saut wind,
absence be remarked. Within a few mo
WT a road o’er the bonny sea before
■nmethfwg which I» altaolwfnly safe rind practically porfeet as a
umy in the Kitchen. Each spoonful does its per-
ments she would awake aud return to her
And a track o’ foam behind.
friends. She would do so calmly, scarcely
Auld icotland may be rugged.
feet work. Its increasing sale bears witness that
remembering that her mother’s strange
Ca.toria de.trny. Worms,
guest had walked with her that day.
But. oh, for a breath o’.hei moorlands,
For Bhao Mitra had consummated his
it is a necessity to the prudent—it goes further.
A whiff o’ her caller air!
Caatoria allays Fnveriahnaaa.
sacrifice to the end. As she lay before him.
he had willed that all love for him might
Castoria prevent» vomiting Soar Cord.
depart from her breast. She would awake
Castoria ouros Diarrhoea and Wind Calio.
as the Etbeiind of a month ago, and only
Grocers say that every dollar in
such affections as she had then knowu
Caatoria relieve» Teething Troubles.
would she know now.
Aud yet the sacrifice had not been con
f'a.toria cure« Constipation and Flatulency.
“Proctor and Tecumseh have abandoned
summated wholly. No. One thing re
the siege of Fort Meigs, and their force Are
Caatoria nontraliz-.. the effects of oarbonio acid gaa or poieoaone air.
worth a dollar the world over, that it
mained to be done. That night Bhao Mi
coming this way!”
tra shut himself in his room. On the fol
Caatorin does not contain morph in e.oplnm, or othor narcotio property.
These words were shouted by a man who
does not consume their capita! in dead
lowing morning it was that a young man
rode through the Maumee forests one day
passing through a western town awoke to
Casforia asaimilates the food, »«galatea the stomach and bowals,
stock, because it is the great favorite,
lu the summer of 1813. They blanched the
find a strip of paper mysteriously pinned
giving healthy and natural sleep.
upon his pillow.
cheeks of every listener.
and sells through all times and seasons.
The rider bestrode a fleet horse, whose
Caatoria is pnt np in «ne-aiao bottles only. It is not Bold in bulk.
‘ ‘How did you happen to come back so
flanks gave evidence of hard riding, and as
Don’t allow aav ouo to sell yon anything also on the pl«a or premia«
suddenly?” cried Etbeiind. banging a day
he galloped from cabin to cabin with the
later about the neck of him she was soon to
terrible announcement mothers seized
that lt_is “ jwst as good ” and “ will answr ovary pnrpoae.”
their children and involuntarily pressed
Soe that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A^
them to their bosoms.
“I don’t know.” The young man looked
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grave. He told his strange experience. “It
For some time a large force of British
is incomprehensible. Ask your native Hin
and Indians uuder the joint leadership of
is os evsry
Th« fao ufan tie
doo friend, Mr. Bhao Mitra, to explain It.
General Proctor anil the cruel Tecumseh
Signatare «f *
He looks as if be knew many strange secrets
had besieged Fort Meigs on the Maumee,
of a psychical sort.”
but the gallant defense made by General
Harrison had shown the allies that it was
Ethelind laughed lightly. “Yes, people
speare bad been played by a little group ot
not to be taken by either assault or strate-
Captain Ned looked and saw moving furuished by the forests aud swamps of the well trained actors. The twinkling jet of said he was doubtless a very wise man.
there a dark mass, which confirmed his vast European cautiuent to the terrestrial fountains showered with prismatic drops He’s gone now, you know; gone back to In
Now that the seige had been abandoned, fears. It looked like more than 50 men leviathan, which accordingly multiplied the piuk aud purple aud the white ole dia. He was very nice, though ratner grave
the allies would turn back enraged over marching with compactness, and when the and th.ove excoedingly. Then was the cul anders.
their discomfiture, and the tomahawk and signal was repeated and answered by one of minating epoch of the proboscidean family.
She had forgotten all —Exchange.
scalping knife would devastate tbe Mau the bidden braves near the fort the new en Thick hided animals with tusksand trunks long glance of his deep Mack eyes on tbe
attained a larger size, ranged over a wider
India's Real Vegetarians.
emy came to a halt.
area of the earth’s surface and existed girl who walked by his side, the young mis
‘Proctor and Tecumseh coming?” cried a
“See the moon shining on the buckles
THE MeflllNN W IL.l t:
meal is a simple allair
boy wno heard the. news from the mounted and guns!” cried one of the boys. “We will more numerously and iu greater variety house. AU the brilliant clearness o£ the Every high caste Hindoo is a vegetarian.
than ever before or since.—Edinburgh Re
messenger sent ahead to alarm thefrontier. have to meet the British now.”
day, tbe softness of the wandering breezes Your vegetarians here include so many ani
"I will run down to the fort to see if it is
At this moment an Indian sprang up
the perfume of the flowers, seemed to him mal substances that, our people aland aghast
in trim for a siege.”
from behind a stump and ran across the
concentrated in this slight, girlish presence, when they are mentioned. Your vegeta
Made a Lock For the Key.
The “fort” mentioned by the backwoods ciearing like a deer.
crowned with the poetry of 17 summers. rians eat eggs, oftentimes fish, perhaps
boy waa a log cabin which had been aban
n holesale mid lutali Dealers In
He waa not molested by those in the fort,
She was as the incarnation of every lovely geese and lard, perhaps soups and brothsof
doned by its original builders. Owing to the but was permitted to join those marching tached to the door of Temple church, iu thing in nature and art. The yellow sheaf doubtful composition In India the touch
presence of a bobolink’s nest near they had forward, and the boys imagined they could Fleet street, London. The key weighs of wheat on her drooping garden hat was of egg and lard aud fish wc uld be almost as
called it Fort Bobolink, and the boy settlers hear him telling the story of the battle as seven pounds, is 18 inches long and, unlike no more golden than her hair beneath it. contaminating as beef ttsell. Vegetarian
other keys, it was not made for tbe lock.
were determined to defeud it to “the last far as it had gone.
And Bhao Mitra, looking back at the vista ism simply means butter, milk, sugar,
extremity.” When Ned Taleot reached
To their astonishment, the soldiers and Ou the contrary, the lock was made for it. of sea and sky between the elm’s branches, Hour, rice, pulses and herbs. Every one
Paid up Capitai, $30,000
Fort Bobolink, the sun was setting, and Indians then marched to the left aud van Both key and lock have been in use since thought the azure of both pale beside the has uot the means to buy all this, so the food
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after a brief inspection he ran back to the ished. lu vain they waited for their reap the crusades, the church itself having been radiant light of her eyes’ blue depth.
that is generally eaten is some unleavened
built by the Knights Templars in 1485.—
settlement, where he found all in a state of pearance.
Before they knew it they had wandered white bread atid stewed pulses or some rice
It was a long night for the watchers with
J. H' VOWLS.
away from the crowded center of the fete, with curried vegetables.
A hurried council of war between the in Fort Bobolink. They started at every
In Bengal (I do not known uuder what
Vice Prende nt. - 1. Ill h l.A IKJ H El N.
and then Ethelind lifted her glance to bis
seven boys of the settlement and the wom sound, and when thé moon went down they
A DIRGE FOR THE DRAMA.
AND AIL KINDS OF
E. C. AP PERSON
and said timidly, with the rose leaf color precedents; the people generally eat fish,
en was held.
I were more vigilant than ever.
IF N LINK
springing Into her cheek, the color that but in the upper provinces, or in Bombay
“We can’t defend the scattered cabins.
What means thia eoutd of seba and sighlag came there when she addressed him:
At length daylight broke over the sleep
aud Madras, where Hindooism is more
That rings tho Muses’ dwelling thruuca?
We may altogether defend Fort Bobolink,” less little garrison, and then were anxious
“You told me that some time you would strict, fish is quite as forbidden as meat.
said Ned. “There is no telling how soon eyes at the loopholes.
Board of Directors:
speak to me of yourself—of bow you hap During the day the Hindoo generally takes
Its patioim atu so sadly tew!
allies will show up in this section, but
The bodies of the three Indians killed in
J. W COWLES,
pened to come here, so tar from your own an hour s siesta. He gets up at 4 o’clock iu
if they really have abandoned the siege they the night assault were no longer in the
A J. APPERSON
the morning, mind you, aud goes to bed
Meluotaeno and Thalia pine;
J. I. ROGERS.
are liable to be here this very night.”
grass. They had been removed during the
Terpsichore is courted, wherefore
He was silent a moment, and then he from 9 to 10 o’clock. He works all the time
The council of war at once decided unani dai-knesâ by their comrades.
Behold the drama’s sad decline!
smiled a litt’e sadly, and the look of his that he is awake—works on week days aud
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“Lookl The whole British army!” sud
eyes grew remote. “Yes, it is far,” he said, on Sundays, week in and week out. He
All work fully guaranteed to give perfect satis mously to go at once to Fort Bobolink, aud
terion New York, flan Franeweo an«! Portland. fiictkm. Refers by permission to Win. Me Cbri* so, taking all the guns iu the settlement, denly exclaimed a boy at a loophoole.
and be appeared to be speaking almost to has no Sabbath, And as a rest from this
Depotfito received subject to cheek. Interest paid mau, Mrs. L. E. liuwlev, Mrs. E. D. Fellows
with other things which they thought
Sure enough, approaching the fort with
himself. “Few men of my country, fev, incessant labor he enjoys an hour’s rest
oil Time Deposits Loans uiuiic/ on approved1
Some dancer now, all pink and yellow,
would be needed, they marched down to the the bright light upon their equipments, a
Ndcurity. Collections imule on all aceeuible
Hindoos,come to your Euglaad. during the hottest part of the dry.—Ma-
Hoil's Old Jewelry Stand, 3d Street fort and prepared for tbe expected attack
large force of redcoats were to be seen
And Shakespeare hides his head divine,
Men travel for knowledge, but we—some cf I goomdar’s Lecture.
The sun went down, and tbe long shad marching in tolerable order.
Such lofty plays the public elights.
us—have the means of acquiring by other
cf twilight stole through the forests.
While skits without a saving line
On tne flanks .of the white army hovered
methods than insight into life that wisdom
IF YOU WANT FIRST-CLASS ows
Have inns of seven hundred nights.
Captain Ned had stationed his guards a lot of Indians half naked and wily as
which the men of the Occident seek vainly
“It’s bad luck,” said t he bad boy, ‘‘to give
within the fort with military precision, foxes, and us the boys watched them they
by going about the earth And yet we also a person something sharp or pointed. I
Tragedians one and ail ara idle,
and every few minutes he made the rounds felt that Fort Bobolink was soon to fall.
sometimes are compelled by an inward shouldn’t be a bit surprised if young Mr.
They 've lost the fickle public ear;
------ GR OTHIP.------
Proprietor of The McMinnville
to see that watchlulness was' not abated.
On came the redcoats, and the defenders
Alea will not list to Anton Seidl,
voice to wander forth amid new scenes. Jinkies and I were to part friendship after
The mothers had put the youngest children
three cannon’planted where they could
They mudi prefer roof garden beer.
Perhaps it is that it may be given us some
NURSERY STOCK AT LOWEST FIGURES to sleep and now with watchful eyes they saw
On roofs midst pine trees green and bosky where to help others. Perhqps”—his voice I leave this piu in bis chair for him.”—Chi
demolish the cabin in a jiffy.
waited in the darkness for the foe.
In summer we, alas! .incline
Having made his preparations, the Brit
grew deeper—“we are sent forth to meet
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To hear the gentle song “McCloskey,"
At 10 o’clock a bright moon in its third ish commander rode forward with a hand
some great final experience, some great
As sweetly sung by Maggie Cline.
quarter maj^ its appearance. This gave some Indian chieftain at his side.
No Shot Iu Hit Game.
i final temptation, at the ends of the world.”
Situated At the Southwest comer of the Fuir
i The savage also wore British uniform,
“Say, Smith,” said Brown as he met his
Corvallis Nursery Co.,
He paused. They had reached a point of
Where Hamlet spoke his lines dramatic
outlines of the trees.
and this identified him at once.
And charmed that less heretic age.
the sequestered garden path where a little friend, “did you hear how Jones was
All size* of first class Dr a ii) Tile kept constantly
Suddenly one of the young sentries, look
We now have actions acrobatic,
■“It is Tecumseh in a major general’s uni
terrace crowned a rocky promontory. A caught by Lis wife the other day?"
on band at lowest living prices.
ing through a loophole, discerned moving form,” said Captain Ned. “Oneshot would I
A steeplechase upon the stage!
“No. How was that?’’
circular bench was about tbe terrace. Be
Once men preferred to Lear bravado
figures where a moment before he bad seeu rid the frontier of its greatest curae, but we
“Why, be went away with a couple of
low, the water washed against the rock
Me Ml NN VILLE,
From bluff Don Casar de Bazan,
but waving grass. He signaled Captain will not fire it now.”
gently. Ethelind sank upon the bench. friends, telling his wife he was going on a
And now they go to El Dorado
Ned and they watched the figures together.
I She clasped her bandsin her lap; her breath gunning expedition and would be back in
Tecumseh halted before the fort aud
JTour hundred ballot girls to scan.
“The enemy have come!” said the boy as raised Lis hand. He was looking straight
came aud went with the soft palpitations about three days. At the end of that time
K. K. uoVcllxt:
I. ». CILBMATU
he turned back and faced the women.
at the little cabin.
he came back, bringing a line lot of ducks
of her young bosom.
In an instant the seven young defenders
“If white men will surrender, Tecumseh
She was ineffably happy. He was telling cud telling many stories of the magnifi
Galbreath 1 Goucher.
With all New York one Tony Pastor’s,
of the cabin stood at the loopholes with promises to spare their lives,” said the chief.
her something of himself—he was lifting a cent sport, be had had. Mrs. Jones thought
And every theater on the roof.
rifles in tbeir hands.
The people in the fort looked at one an
corner of the veil that hung over that mys some roast duck would taste very good for
Alas! Ala&! *Tis little wonder
PHYSICIANS ANU SURGEONS.
Gradually' the skulking figures drew other. They had heard a great deal about
terious existence which bis new friends supper, aud as the servant was out she
Melpomene and Thalia pine,
closer, till at last they halted among the “Indian mercy,” but they had also heard
Terpsichore Las filched their thunder.
here in the prosaic western world divined started in to prepare the game herself.
stumps just in front of Fort Bobolink. how on one occasion Tecumseh bad really
Behold the drama’s swift decline!
“She then noticed that there was no
and with which they connected shot in them, but that they had all had
interfered to save the lives of American
(Officeover Braly’s bank.)
him in this faraway land of India.
see by their dress. They wore feathers in prisoners.
their uecks wrung, aud she asked Jones
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS,
Those who knew something of such mat to account for it. He had bought them
their scalp locks and carried guns iu tbe
“Shall we surrender?” asked Captain
ters asserted without hesitancy that they and was at a loss for an explanation, but
hollows of their naked arms. It was the Ned as he faced the little band.
believed him to be a mahatma, a theosoph be concocted an impossible story about
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advance force of the frontier scourges, and
"Further resistance seems to mean death,”
ical adept, one of the sage brethren of those having caught them in a trap. Mrs. Jones
the bovs of the Maumee knew that bofore was the reply.
Mnnufactarefl and Deal a in
On the morning of Aug. 12,189-, a young remote Thibetan convents whence issues said she believed him, but he has been
daylight the bloody work would begin.
“That is true.”
South side Third St. between B and C.
man who had arrived on business connected what is left in the world today of the wis afraid to meet her glance ever since.”—
Half a doren braves were within easy rifle
Captain Ned thrust a handkerchief out of with his law practice at a hotel in a west dom of the jast.
shot of the fort, and as the Loys watched a porthole. The Indian turned to the Brit
ern town the night before awoke suddenly
These men were understood to be able to
them they put their heads together and ish general.
pointed toward Fort Bobolink, while they
“Pile your arms up iu one corner of the
.SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
themselves with their astral body to dis
talked in tones too low to bedistmguished. cabin and march out single file,” command called.
It was still early, and after listening a tant parts, even while their material body
Brushes and sells them cheaper than
The six Indians had separated and were ed the officer.
moment he found that everyth ng outside remained motionless.
crawling through the grass toward the fort,
they cau be bought uuy where else in
The boys took the barricades from the
They had attained, by a process of long
taking good care to keep in the shadows of door and threw it open. They bad placed his door was silent. Thinking he had
the Willamette Valley. Our ail home
the stumps of the clearing, but now and all the rifles in one corner and were ready dreamed, he turned again on his side. A initiation and training, such control over
made sets of harness are pronounced
folded strip of paper then met bis view. It tbe occult psychical forces of nature that
then tbe watchful boys caught sight of to march forth.
was pinned to the pillow. Surely it had letters written by them at one end of the
utieurpasssble by those who buy them
dark red bodies .that seemed to possess the
“Come,” said Ned. who had placed him not been there the night before.
globe would fall iit the other end into the
movement aud the cunning of serpents.
self at their bead. “Forward, marchl”
He sat up nud rubbed bis eyes. He look lap of those for whom they were intended.
It was a moment of suspense to all on the i With the women and little children in the
ed again. He was certainly awake, and Dark aud silent and deep eyed os was Bbao
inside, and a babe that cried just then was middle, the little band left Fort Bobolink.
yet the paper was still there.
Mitra, it was not difficult to find one’s self
seized by its mother and hastily hushed.
The red coated officer looked at Tecumseh
Doubting bis senses, he unfolded tho ascribing tho possibility of such transcend
Don’t fire!” said Ned. “Let them show and smiled.
strip. A few words were traced upon it in ent powers to him.
their intentions. We are on the inside,
But Tecumseh, as erect as a statue, con
But to Ethelind what he might be, wb» t
with 10 good rifles and stanch logs around tinued to gaze straight ahead without mov a hand characteristic and peculiar aud ut
terly unknown to him. The young man he might do, mattered nothing. If she was
Five minutes later one of the savages
happy that he spoke to her of himself, it
Ned Talcot marched his company to
rose and ran up to the door. In another
“He who journeys toward the west may W3S that he bad thus spoken to no one else.
COULTER ± WRIGHT. Prop s.
moment he Lad struck it with the handle
turn with wisdom bis footsteps backward
And she loved him. As she raised her
of bis tomahawk.
to tbe east—backward to the spot where eyes they gave up all their secret to him.
The blow sounded like a knell of doom to
bath been left tbe better part of his soul.” ! She had forgotten all else; she had no
Goods of all dewiriptions moved and
tuously, “if I had known this, I would have
the women huddled in the little fort.
There was no signature.
memory for other tics, once dear enough;
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“White squaw open!” exclaimed the In
The young man rose and went to the no thought for her troth plighted but a
dian. “News from white soldiers with Har
door. It was still locked from the inside. month ago, almost on this spot, to one who
will be made monthly. Hauling of all
self, and his harsh wofds were met by the He turned to tbe windows. They were fas was her own countryman—a stalwart, hon
kinds done cheap.
This was too evidently a stratagem to get
tened securely. Nor did investigation on est English youth and one who adored her.
“The white boys shall go to their homes. the outside disclose the presence of afire
the door open, and it did not succeed. After
She was iu thrall. So perfect was her
a silence the Indian was beard to growl to
escape or other means by which entrance | youpg passion that no thought of conceal
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himself as he fell bock to his companions.
could during the night have been effected. ment came to her. She was like a youug
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Sulphur Springs, Texas,
It runs through Vestibuled all six Indians rise and rush forward.
The redskins who had accompanied the been left when the occupant had retired. on her now, his breath coming fast, she
thus speaks of Ayer’s Pills:
The door had been well barricaded with retreating army now came up, aud their The young man dressed and repaired, with opened her flowerlike lips and smiled out
Has opened an office in Union Blok. Room 6, Trains to
“ Ayer’s Pills are the best medicine I
au l is prepared to do all work in the dental line.
strong planks, but still the defenders of the dark looks boded the settlers no good. But inquiry, to the office. Nothing unusual of her heart at him.
ever tried; and, in my judgment, no
o('c<u>. CHICAGO cabin feared that the savages might cut Tecumseh stood between them and the tom ha<l transpired since tbe night beiote.
Then the man forgot everything, and
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better general remedy could be devised.
through, and they would theu have them at ahawks and pointed toward the settlement.
Was he, then, the victim of hallucination? ! stooping he caught her to himself. Tbe
In another minute the little company
LkTUT MiTHOO Or PAH«LCS9 EXTRACTION
I have used them iu my family and
CompOM»} of VINING CARS unsurpasud.
Without their usual yell the Indians turned aud marched away.
handwriting was there, a tangible reality. ! lovely face, in its rosy innocence, was close
recommended tin m to my friends and
1‘VLLM a N i/RAWING ROOM .SLEEP
dashed upon the fort, but that instant they
“The better part of his soul” were not to his. . But even as he bent over it a film
employes for more than twenty years.
ERS nf latest equipment.
were met with a sheet ot flame which seemed followed a season of rejoicing, and soon obscure terms to tbe young man. Thespot appeared to pass between his eyes and this
To my certain knowledge, many cases
to einge their cheeks.
designated in the mysterious communica vision of all his soul found desirable. He
of the following complaints have been
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It was tire first volley in defense of Fort I
tion was perfectly clear to his conscious hesitated. Then abruptly he passed his
Strange to say, this particular settle ness. By whatever agency, natural or su hand above tbe girl’s eyes. Her lids droop completely and
Bobolink, and right rovally had it been
Beit that can be constructed and in which ac given.
pernatural, this message had reached him, ed, her head sank upon her shoulder.
Three of the Indians threw up their if Tetfumseh held back his tomahawking It could not refer but to one circumstance.
Bhao Mitra lifted her bodily in his arms
commodations are FREE and furnished for
bands and fell back in the grass, while tha
by the use of Ayer’s Pills alone: Third
What had happened, what was happening and placed her on the bench. Her delicate
holders of first and second-class tickets, and
ethers stood for a moment apparently be
in the east, at that place where, truly, he form was motionless, her face locked in im day chills, dumb ague, bilious fever,
reft of reasoD
had left the better pan—nay, the whole— mobility.
sick headache, rheumatism, flux, dys
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When the living foes realized what hap frontiers the settlers repeated the story of of his soul?
The afternoon light was waning. The
pepsia, constipation, and hard colds. I
GATES & HENRY, Props
the defense^ of Fort Bobolink.—T. C. Har
He might be the sport of some grizzly fete was about to close. The sounds of mu
know that a moderate use of Ayer’s
A continuous line, connecting with all lines, af pened, they dropped to the ground and baugh in Washington News.
sic that had reached the terrace now ceased.
Pills, continued for a few days or weeks,
fording direct and uninterrupted service. Pull wriggled back to the main bady.
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Silence lollowed that first volley trom
as the nature of the complaint required,
He had explained nothing to bimsclf of figure. He had come literally to the ends
Eir^-clax. Conveyance of Commercial Travel vance through any agent of the road.
the loopholes of Fort Bobolink, and the
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The great northern elephant perished as what had occurred. But a few hours later of the earth to find this last terrible temp would be foqnd an absolute cure for the
month. We so'kit a fair share of the local pat THROUGH TICKETS to and from allpoiutsln boys, strain their eyes as they might, obu 1<1
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the promised wife of another man. The
“I have been selling medicine for
vtbee of this read
forms in the grass told them that at least under most prosperous conditions. Its en western town purchasing a ticket for the was
Hindoo hud a rapid vision of that other’s
eight years, and I con safely say that
three braves would never more follow the emies were few and comparatively impo east.
1 tent. Alcne among other contemporary
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Full information concerning rules, tin,« ot plume of the great Shawnee chief.
“To meet Mr.. Bhao Mitra of India.” and he knew it was tbe face of one possess
At last there came from beyond the clear animais, the saber toothed tiger occasion
trains, routes and other details furnished on aj-
than any other Pill I ever sold.”—J. J.
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tain Ned said to his nearest companion:
A sapphire sky arched over sea aud betrayed.
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“That was a signal, Archie. Now we ' the flint tipped arrows of mere human as
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shall have more het work.”
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