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EAST AND SOUTH
ried away on the sole of the boot of a
All were armed with their long rifles, passerby.
and two had their weapons at their
After a long, hopeless stare the little
shoulders, while the trembling express one turned round, nervously fumbling
By GILBERT PARKER.
messenger and the engineer stood with the envelop?, and retracing her steps till
their hands above their heads.
she regained the corner of a side street
[Copyright, ISM, by the Author. ]
“What’s wrong?” cried a nabob who she sat down on a doorstep and indulged
He dropped on a knee and drew a
had followed the manager out.
in a good cry.
scone and some fish from the ashes. She
“Everything’s wrong. We’re held
Her wailings speedily attracted a
Express Trzma Leave Portland Dally
small group of people about her, to
at her 6ide some wild fruits ate slowly,
tell the rest to conceal their valuables. whom, after some persuasion, she sob
I know what they’re after. There's bed out her misfortune, which was flatly
Portland.......... «:15 P M I San Francisco..10:45 A M saying nothing. Lawless noticed that
Ban Franzi» x. 7 'Si P M Portland .. ...... eJOA M her hair had gone gray at her temples,
nearly $500,000 in gold on board. I’ll discredited by the majority, and those
A Term Misapplied.
Above wains stop at all stations from Portland to though she was but one and twenty
The term, “south paw,” as applied go forward and parley with them as who apparently believed her only mani
Albany ina-usive. Also Tangent, Sheddi. Hal years old. Her face, brown as it was, to left handed baseball twirlers, is fa long as possible, so as to give you time.
fested their sympathy in empty words.
sey. HarrLnunf. Junction City, Irvir.z. Eugene shone with a white kind of light, which
miliar to every “fan” and is generally I imagine that if they break open the
and all stations from Roseburg to Ashland Inclu
After some time, however, a philan
may or may not have come from the supposed to have originated from the re safe they’ll be in a big hurry to get thropic old gentleman passed, who, on
Hoeeburg Hail Daily.
crucible of her eyes, where the tragedy lations of the pitcher’s position in the away and will leave the passengers learning the source of the child’s grief,
8f her life was fusing. Lawless could
alone. Still, I don’t know, so warn ev promptly bestowed a couple of pennies
Portland.......... S.30 A M I Roseburg •
5 50 P M not bear to look long, for the fire that box to the points of the compass. Prob erybody. ”
..7:</ ia M | Portland . ..
ably few persons have ever given the
upon her, with which she flew to the
consumes a body and sets free a soul is matter a second thought, and it is not
There is no question but the manager postoffice, purchased another stamp, and
DININS CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
not for the sight of the quick. At last generally known that the right handed was a brave man. Ho went briskly for keeping a sharp lookout against the in
she rose, her body steady, but her hands twirler is the real south paw. Most base ward, as if nothing particular was trusion of any more filibustering tails
PULL.7AKN * BUFFET
diamonds are so constructed that wrong and it was all a little mistake secured it to the envelope, which 6he
having that tremulous activity of her ball
faces to the east, and his that could be explained away in a few carefully covered with both hands till
the left, is to the south words. As he walked tho length of the sho dropped it into the box.
“Will you not stay, Cynthie?” asked side. The diamonds
SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS.
are so arranged be train he made up his mind to sacrifice the
It was now safe, and she visibly
Lawless, very kindly.
Attached to all Through Trains.
sun would shine $400,000 if by so doing he could pre brightened, alas! happily unconscious
.West Side Division.
the fielders’ eyes were they construct
that sho had lost a post and thereby be
searching his eyes said with a smile in
“What’s the row here?” he cried came the involuntary agent of woe and
on the opposite plan. —St. Louis Post
PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS
that almost hurt him: “When I have ed
cheerfully as he approached the gloomy desolation to two fond hearts.
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.) found him, I will bring him to your Dispatch.
group of mountaineers.
lio A M Lv
Ar 5:35 P M campfire. Last night the voice said that
“Who are you, anyhow?” asked the
sure there is nothing for
10:15 A M 1 Lv
man who was “covering” the express me?” said are young
IÎ15 Y M Ar
Lv 1:00 P M
Cyril Stanley for the
from the river at daybreak, close to the
time as with palo face and agitat
At Albany and Corvallis connect with home of the white swan. Do you know
“Who am I? I’m the manager of this third
frame he breathlessly interrogated
trains of Oregon Pacific Railroad,
where is the home of the white swan?
railroad. What do you fellows mean by ed
rural letter carrier the next morn
By BOBEBT BABB.
Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.) Before the frost comes and the red wolf
• stopping one of my trains?”
The man lowered his rifle and looked
Ar i 8 25 A M
UO P M Lv
[Copyright, 1894, by the Author.]
“Quite certain, sir. You can look
Lv 1 5 53 A M time of sleep. I will give him honey
at the manager.
735 P M Lv
them over if you like,” returned her
7:25 P M Ar
and dried meat I know where we shall
majesty’s subject genially, extending
live together. You never saw such ly no business to write it. It belongs to ed Tompkins.
Through Tickets wall points In Eastern
the railway manager. He ought to tell
matter’s just this, Mr. Mana
Stales, Canada and Europe can be obtained at I
"No, thanks,” he rejoined brusquely,
it, but he won’t. A railway manager ger. “The
lowest rates from G. A. Wilcox. Agent. McMinn- can hide”—
E. P. ROGERS,
’ will not admit in print that trains are in all creation. That’s what’s the mat- and turning on his heel, with clinched
Asst. G. F. A Y A , Portland, Or. I
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
dreamlike, and she said slowly, “In all ever “held up” on his road, whatever I ter, an we ain’t a-goin to stand it no hands and a wild look in his eyes, he
time of our tribulation, in all time of may happen on the opposition line. longer. I don’t mind your trainmen started off at a fast pace through the
our wealth, in the hour of death and in Thus it comes that I have to set down throwin coal at my dog, I don’t mind fields, crossing stiles, floundering into
the day of judgment, good Lord, deliver the story, who should not. Besides I I ’em sassing my wife an makin fun of ditches and stepping right through the
cannot write it down in such a way as my clothes, but when it comes to mon roaring waters of a shallow brook in the
most aimless and haphazard sort of way.
“Good Lord, deliver us!” repeated to indicate the snap and go of the nar keying with my whisky I’m dod gasted
"And this is my reward!” he mutter
rative told us by the railway manager, | if I’m a-goin to stand it. ”
Lawless in a low voice.
ed brokenly. "She does not love me,
E. McNEILL, Receiver.
Without looking at them she slowly
after all. No. A penniless suitor is sel
man, with a pen in his hand, can ' approval of these sentiments.
turned away and passed up the hillside, sober
acceptable. Ha, ha!” andhelaugh-
“Monkeying with your whisky? , dom
her eyes scanning the valley as before. emulate the eloquence of a railway
when the champagne flows. Of i What do you mean?” cried the bewil- ed bitterly, recklessly.
“Good Lord, deliver us!” again said manager
An hour later he sneaked through
course a sober railway manager would I dered manager.
Lawless. “Where did she get it?”
door of a stately mansion stand
“I mean just what I say. They can ing side
“From a book which Fingall left be traffic away from his road, so you have
in its own grounds, and after chang-
throw coal at my dog, they can sass | ing
his saturated boots and muddy
to learn these things from them when my”—
GIVES TIIE CHOICE OF
They watched her till she rounded a
' clothes proceeded to the library to be
TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL cliff and was gone. Then they shoul
about the whisky. What have my men in attendance on a red faced, choleric
dered their kits and passed up the river
looking old gentleman who was busily
to do with your whisky?”
on the trail of the wapiti.
One month later, when a fine white
“Oh, here you are at last, scape
manager of the road? Well, moonshine grace!
surf of frost lay on the ground and the
” ejaculated the latter in a furi
whisky’s all right enough ordinary
Bky was darkened often by the flight of
days, but we alius has good old Ken ous tone as the young man entered,
the wild geese southward, they came
tucky for Christmas. Day before yester i “Where have you been? Always away
upon a hut perched on a bluff at the
day I gave your man in this here kyar when I want you. Now, then.”
edge of a clump of pines. It was morn
The young fellow meekly seated him
! a jug an $2 to bring me some prime
ing, and White Faced mountain shone
Kentucky from town fur Christmas. self at the table without answering and
Yesterday bang through goes your began writing from the other’s dicta
cloud or mist from its haunches to its
jug an whisky an all, an tion.
DENVER i crown.
“Have you made up your mind?”
never stops. Now, we ain’t a-goin to
They knocked at the hut door, and in
fiercely interposed the old gentleman
to a voice entered. The sunlight
a whistle to scare the steers. I said I’d in the midst of an important letter.
streamed in over a woman lying upon a
bet my boots next train’d stop, an she
heap of dried flowers in a corner and a
Late in the afternoon the family car
ST. PAUL KANSAS CY man
has. I don’t allow no man to monkey
kneeling beside her.
with my likker. He kin sass my wife riage conveyed both gentlemen into
They camo near and saw that the
town, where a prodigious quantity of
LOW RATES TO ALL
an chuck coal”—
woman was Cynthie.
“See here,” said the manager to the baggage had preceded them.
Then Pierre broke out suddenly,
Stopping in the main street, the elder
"did you take his $2?”
“Fingall!” and caught the kneeling
of the two alighted, and, motioning his
man by the shoulder. At the sound of
“Must have been Bill Simmons on No. companion to remain, darted up a nar
Leave Portland Every 3 Days his voice the woman’s eyes opened.
9, and she must have gone through with row court. He was not long away, and
• • FOR • •
“Fingall! Oh, Fingall!’’she said and
as he reseated himself he gruffly asked-
stopping yesterday. ”
reached up a hand.
*‘Do you know what I have been do:
The bearded man stooped and caught
i her to his breast.
uncle,” answered the young
“ What’8 the row here?”
"Cynthie! Poor girl! Oh, my poor
man in a subdued tone.
Cynthie!” he said.
‘ ‘Deposited my will with the solicitor.
For frill details call on
In his eyes, as in hers, was a sane strictly true, because I related it to the like to drink moonshine this time of the I have made you my heir. But if you
C. A. WALLACE, McMinnville, Or.
light, and his voice, as hers, said inde , manager next day (he was suffering
had thwarted me and remained behind
from headache), and he admitted its ac- jug”
I’d have cut you off with a shilling,
W. H HIRLBIKT,
Her head sank upon his shoulder, her
by----- . ” And he grew purple in the
Gen. Pass. Agt.
He implored me not to tell the story,
eyes closed. She was asleep. Fingall
I face from suppressed rage.
laid her down, with a sob in his throat. and I will not. I merely write it. Hang
They soon reached the railway sta
Then he sat up and clutched Pierre’s a man who won’t keep his pledged j taking a jug from behind a log. They tion, where they took first class tiokets
to London and left by the evening ex
LOCAL DIRECTORY. hand.
The railway runs through a wild part 1 waiting for the train.
“In the east, where the doctors cured
press a few minutes later.
me, I heard, ’ ’ he said, pointing to her, of North Carolina, and Tompkins had
'‘and I came to find her. I was just in been manager of it for some years. It dle, turned it upside down and let the
fellow, to sacrifice so much
is a picturesque line and gets itself tan ■ remains of the “moonshine” gurgle out, for me,” murmured Miss Birch the
Barrier— Services Sunday 11 a. m. and time. I found her yesterday. ”
7;30 p. m ; Sunday school 9:50 a m.; the
“And Bhe knew you?” whispered
same evening, and she braided her silky
young people’s society 6:15 p tu
most bewildering way. The train puffs he started through the train, shouting: hair in front of the oval mirror on her
meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Covenant Pierre.
"Yes, but the fever came hasd aft and staggers up awful grades, winds and “Here, you men with flasks! I want dressing table, her eyes riveted on an
meeting first Sat each month 2:00 p. m.
your stock! Pour it in here and be
E. B. P ace , Pastor.
er.” He turned and looked at her, and, twists and doubles on itself in the most j half
open letter lying liefore her and her
M ethodist E piscopal —Services every kneeling, smoothed away the hair from confusing fashion, goes round and glad to get off so cheaply!”
face flushed with emotion as she read:
Sabbath 11 00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday the smiling, pathetic face. “Poor girl!” round cupliko depressions, and seems,
“I would then be virtually penniless
school 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting 7:00 p"
in general, not to know where it is go it, and before Tompkins had gone and have to depend upon my own exer
he said- ‘ ‘Poor girl!’ ’
L ee T hompson , Pastor.
"She will get well?” asked Pierre.
C umb . P resbyterian — Services every Sab
full. He went back to the leader, who tions, but If you will become my own
"God grant it!” Fingall replied. “gets there just the same.”
bath 11:00 a m and 7:3C p. m. Sunday
allowed the engineer and express darling wife on these terms I will take
The road passes through some pretty
school 9:30 a. m. Y. P. C. E.. Sunday 6:30 "She is better—better. ”
the step. If you consent, it is of vital
p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
Lawless and Pierre softly turned and rough settlements, but there are civiliza man to hold down their hands.
importance that a letter to that effect,
E E. T hompson , Pastor.
stole away, leaving the man alone with
also arranging a meeting between us,
and these enable the railway to pay a
C hristian —Services every Sabbath 11:00 the girl.
reach me tomorrow morning. ”
good salary to the manager, although I er sampling the contents. “That’s a
a. m and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 10
executing a dainty toilet she
a. m. Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p. in.
blend,’’ he said, with solemn rev stole from
upon the river beneath. Presently a uever heard that it so far forgot itself good
the house and hastened to
J ames C ampbell , Pastor
ward the Cross Lanes, a favorite resort
B t . J ames C atholic —First st., between voice crept through the stillness. ' ‘Fin- holders.
O and H. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Ves gall! Oh, Fingall! Fingall!”
Well, one day there were a lot of na blended it myself. There’s a sample of
pers 7:80. Services once a month.
It was the voice of a woman return
Lifting her veil, she consulted her
bobs going east, and as the manager every known brand in the States there. watch by the clear light of the moon,
W. R. H ooan , Pastor.
ing from the dead.
when a rustling in the hedge startled
ordered his private car hitched to the
her, and before she could cover her face
K nowles C hapter N o , 12, O. E. S.—Meets a
noon express, and away they went.
Masonic ball the linn and third Monduy evening
Harrying Him Up.
a stalwart figure, clad in velveteen and
In each month. Visiting member» cordiallv in
A private oar, the manager tells me,
carrying a gun on one shoulder, ap
“Jack,” said a pretty girl to her differs from an ordinary coach and is
c. h . mckinney , sec.
MRS. C. W. TALMAGE, W. M.
proached and recognized her.
brother the other day, "I want you to superior in some respects even to the
“Ob, how you frightened me!” she
Cverza P ost N o . »—Meets the second and fourth do something for me—that’s a good fel
aristocratic Pullman. A good deal, of
Saturday of each month In Union hall at 7:30
responded. "Are you beginning your
p. m. on second Saturday and at 10:30 a. m. on low. ”
Uh Saturday. All members of the order are
“Well, what is it?” growled Jack, manager is a prohibition man—but,
cordially invited to attend our meetings.
who is the brother of the period.
B. F. C lvbine , Commander.
what is the use of discussing the
“Yes, miss,” said the man, with a
J. A. P eckham , Adjt.
"Why, you know, that wig and mus then,
improbable? Tompkins knows them all,
shrug of the shoulders. “I must keep a
tache you used in the theatricals?’ ’
and he says a railway manager is con
W. C T. U.—Jfeets on every Fri
sharp lookout now, as the squire and
day, in Wright’s ball at 3 o’clock p ru.
tent if the engine drivers and trainmen
the young master started for Italy this
“Well, won’t you just put them on are teetotalers without carrying the
L. T. L. at 3 p. m.
and go to the concert tonight? Reginald temperance fad to extremes. By ex
M rs A. J. W hitmore , Pres
He had scarcely disappeared in the
C lara G. E bson . Sec’y.
and I will be there, and, Jack, I want tremes Tompkins means the rear end of
coppice before tho slender form reeled
you to stare at me the whole evening the train, where the manager’s private
to and fro several times and then sank
through your glasses. ’ ’
car is coupled. Anyhow I am given to
down to the damp grass with a groan.
"What! You want me to do that?”
understand that the interior decorations
"Yes, and us we come out you must of a manager’s car are very fine and ex
The morning papers, under the head
stand at the door and try to slip me a pensive, including artistic effects in
ing of “Shocking Affair at Paddington, ”
note. Take care that Reggie sees you Burgundy, dry champagne, fine, deli
contained the following paragraph:
cate brands of old Kentucky, cigars
“The evening express from Bristol,
“Well, I declare!”
from Havana and things of that sort.
on entering this station last night, ran
“Because, you see, Jack, Reggie likes
“I leant half your stoch."
The timo of this memorable trip was
into an empty cattle van which by
me, I know, but then he is awfully a few days before Christmas, and peo
No. 9 stops and unships your jug, some unaccountable means had been left
slow, and he’s well off, and lots of other ple were going east to see their folks, that
or there’ll be a row. Is that all right?” on the main line. There was only a
girls are after him, and he’s got to be many of the travelers having considera
“It’s all right, boss,’’said the leader, slight collision, but an elderly passen
hurried up, as it were. ”—London Tit- ble amounts of money on them. Besides who
had given the word. Thereupon ger received such a severe shock to the
this there was $400,000 in the safe of bis lank company had flung the old ties Bystem that he expired before he could
the express car going through to New and tree trunks clear of the track. be removed to the waiting room, where
The Empress and the Swallows.
Swallows invariably arrive in Aus York. This fact made the manager a "You’re a white man, if you are the his body now lies. ”
tria March 25, and leave Sept. 8 for a trifle anxious, and it was one of the manager of this road. An your men
The evening papers furnished addi-
milder climate. During a sojourn of the causes that were bringing him east. can make fun of my clothes an sass my ■ tional details. They said:
Austrian empress at her daughter’s (the However, the train would be out of the wife all they’ve a-rnind to an heave the
"The victim of the deplorable acci
Constipation, Archduchess Marie Valerie) castle of mountains while it was still daylight, company’s coal at my dog as long as dent reported this morning was Vincent
so the manager felt no real anxiety.
they know you ain’t a-goin to let ’em i Hope of The Firs, Hopetown, Wilts, who
Falling Sen Lichtenegg, near Weis, in upper Aus
All the nabobs who amounted to any monkey with my whisky. ”
sations,Nerv tria, her majesty took a great interest
: was on his way to the continent with
thing were in his private car, and they
! his nephew. At the inquest held this
the age. It
and other built their nests on the large chandelier were enjoying themselves, as people
' afternoon a verdict of death from apo-
has been en
dorsed by the
of the grand parlor in the castle. This should during that festive season, but
! plexy was returned. The body will be
not, if I understood Tompkins aright,
conveyed forthwith to Hopetown for in-
I n v t g orates nest was so peculiarly built around the
title men of
and tones the main branch of the chandelier that even entirely by admiring the scenery, al
Two days later Miss Birch was en
Hudjan cures the chain for raising and lowering the
Debility, chandelier could be used without in pleasure.
She was full of business, this little tranced and mystified by receiving the
Just as they were in the roughest girl, as with half closed eyes she stood following telegram:
Emissions, any way affecting the comfort of the
and develop« swallowa On her majesty’s seeing the part of the mountains there was a wild on the curb opposite the postoffice, a
"Cruel misunderstanding. Your let
thriek of the whistle, a sudden scrunt stamp poised on her tongue, which she ter just received. Uncle died suddenly
of the dis
weak organa manner in which these swallows had
charge In 20
Pains In the built their nest she was greatly delight of the airbrakes, and the train, with an was about to affix to the envelope she in London. Will be with you shortly. ”
abruptness that was just short of an ac held in her hand.
by day or ed, as it is supposed to bring good luck.
But as she deliberately nipped it be | “Why didn’t you write me in time,
night stopped She gave strict orders that the birds cident, stopped.
"What’s up?” cried everybody.
tween finger and thumb by one corner, sweetheart?” said Cyril in mild re
should not be disturbed, notwithstand
“I don’t know, ” said the manager, at the same time tightly shutting both proof to the blushing Miss Millicent
ing the fact that their presence was
ruining a valuable carpet and doing getting a little pale around the gills. eyes as though such a performance in as, imprisoned in his arms, he kissed
much damage generally.—Vienna Let “You all stay here, and I’ll go out and tome mysterious way facilitated the her again and again.
quickly. Over 2,000 private endorsements.
operation, a lady came along, accom
"I did,” was the feeble response.
Prematureness means imnoiency in the first
It need hardly be said that none of panied by a huge dog, which audacious
It is a symptom of seminal weakness
“But the postmark 6hows the contra
and barrennes,. It can be stopped In 20 days
Hearts Better Than Diamonds.
the passengers knew of the money in ly waved its thick, busby tail right ry, darling, ” he argued. “Who posted
discovery was made by the Snecial-
Where hearts are trumps in married the express car.
athwart the little maid’s face, causing it?”
“f,tKhe2}dlkmou3Hudson Medical Institute,
The manager stepped down from his her to jump backward into the gutter
“Little Sallie Waters. I sent her off
vltallzer made. It is very life it doesn’t matter particularly
'«’■ Sold for «1.00 a pack- whether there are any diamonds in the private coach at the rear, and the mo with a surprised scream.
in good time, and, although I have re
packages for $5.00(plain sealed boxes).
ment he looked toward the front of the
pack or not.—Syracuse Herald.
Her alarm was immediately increased peatedly questioned her 6ince the receipt
g1veu for a cure. 1 f you buy
train he saw his worst fears were real to terror at missing the stamp, which of your telegram, ehe persists in main
r,ot entirely cured, six more
will be sent to you free of ad charges.
ized. Just ahead of the locomotive, on she next observed floating away attached taining that she posted it then—safely.
HUDSON MEDICAL. INSTITUTE,
Let the vocal pupil remember that the the rails, was a huge pile of logs and to the majestio caudal appendage.
Oh, there she is, carrying the pitcher!”
Junction Stockton, Jlarkst A Rill.
charm, beauty and soul of her voice will railway ties. Standing around the en
She feebly started in pursuit, but as
Cyril strode swiftly toward the little
_____ San Franciaco, Cai.
be Improved and strengthened 100 per gine and the express car was a group of she neared the formidable animal the maid, with whom he entered into a con
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Keai cent by the adoption of a fruit diet and the most villainous looking mountain object of her quest became transferred versation, during which some money
Estate Mortgages, etc., always on sale at clean living. This particular diet means eers the manager had ever seen, deter to the lady’s jacket, and before she could passed into the child’s possession, after
extreme temperance and includes, mined and desperate men, who could reach her side it had dropped on the which he abruptly left the little one,
among other nourishing and nutritious put a bullet in a man half a mile away. pavement, whence it was instantly car i yrhoee pujzlui look presented a curious
The Shasta Route
articles, ali ripe raw fruits except ba
nanas, stewed dried fruits, fried cr
baked bananas and apples, wine, lime
juice, lemonade and cider and vegeta
bles in variety. The teacher who gives
this advice says with reference to clean
liness: “Look at the stage for proofs.
The life is so hard that only those who
take exquisite care of themselves sur
vive short lived popularity.”—Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
0. R. & N. CO.
SAN 4- FRANCISCO
A DELAYED LETTER.
contrast to the amused expression on
“Do you know to what you are in
debted, dearest, for this contretemps
which has sealed our happiness with a
fortune?” he asked on rejoining Miss
“Fate!” she answered confidently,
with a look of love.
“Ahem! Perhaps, but it selected a
very unique instrument, it seems. ’ ’
“What was it, then?”
“Nothing less than the wag of a dog’s
A Western Wonder.
Gila county, A. T., has located with- !
in its borders a natural bridge which is I
rightly considered as one of the greatest '
natural curiosities in the United States.
It spans Pine creek at a height of about
200 feet from the water surface. Tbe
bridge is of limestone formation, and
the inside of the great arch, which has
a span of 247)^ feet, is smoothly worn
by the water, which in olden times fill
ed Pine creek so full that they were
gorged in their passage under the arch.
The bridge is almost exactly 400 feet
wide at the top and nearly 1,000 feet
in length across the canyon, the 200 foot
measurements mentioned above being
for the under side of the arch. At the
apex of the arch the formation is only
about 6 feet in thickness, and through
this there is a hole large enough to ad
mit the body of a man, and through
which one may look down into the crys
tal depth below. In the immediate vi
cinity of the bridge are numerous cav
erns of small size, some of which have
never been explored. Leading geologists
are of the opinion that the whole of
Pine creek was once an immense cav
ern, and that the bridge described above
is all that now remains of what was for
merly the roof. —Sfc Louis Republic.
HIRTY y«*r»‘ observation of Ca.torU with the patronage of
million! of person«, permit ni to speak of it without gn uin g.
It is unquestionably the bast rrmedy for Infants and Children
IB a world has ever known.__ It is harmless. Children like it. It
gives them health. Itj^l mvi their lives.
In it Mothers have
something which 1« absolutely safe and practically perfeet as a
Castoria destroys Worm«.
Castoria allays Feverishncss.
Castoria prevent« vomiting Sonr Curd.
Castoria cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic.
Castoria relieves Teething Troubles.
Castoria_curcs Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria neutralizes the effects of carbonio acid gas or poisonom air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opinm, or other narcotic property.
Castoria_ assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is put np in one-size bottles only._It is not sold in .bulk.
Don't allow any one to sell you cnvthinir else on the plea or promise
that it is “ just as good " and “ will answer every purpose,"
Sec that you get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
is on every
signature of '
Giant Horned Lizards.
Some years ago — several hundred
thousand perhaps—a brackish or fresh
water lake existed which extended for
800 miles along the eastern flank of the
Rocky mountains, and many strange
monsters wandered up and down its
Professor Marsh named one the tri-
ceratops, which means that it wore three
horns on its face. Its skull was enor
mous, measuring in an old individual 7
or 8 feet in length, was somewhat wedge
shaped, and the back and sides of its
neck were protected by a huge fanlike
ruff or projection of bone, extending
from the skull and forming a part of it.
The brain was smaller in proportion
to the size of the skull than in any
known animal. The mouth was a kind
of beak, like that of the turtle, and
similarly 6heathed in horn. Its food was
of the luxurious tropical vegetation
which flourished along the borders of
the great lake.
The animal was about 25 feet in
length and 8 or 10 feet in height, being
considerably larger than the largest ex
isting elephant.—Cincinnati Enquirer.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon tor
The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance]
Company (a corporation) plain
Jn the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
Levina A. Watt, John L. Watt, Ar
The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance |
L. R. Watt, bis
Company, (a corporation) plain- i
wife. Earl Bryant Watt, W. L. |
Elwood, Mary Carrie Watt, W.
L. Boise, Administrator, and the |
Levina A. Watt, John L. Watt. Ar |
County of Yamhill, defendants. J
lington Boise Watt. L. R. Watt, i
Y virtue of an execution, judgment order and
his wife, Earl Bryant Watt, Ma- I
O decree and order of sale out of and under
ry Canie Watt, W. L. Boise, as j
tbe seal of the circuit court of the slate of Oregon
administrator, the county of j
tor tbe county of Yamhill, to me duly direcud,
Yamhill, J. R. Jonah, Mary Jane >
dated tbe 22d day of January, A. D. Ib95, upon a
Jonah, George A. Maddox, the |»
judgment aud decree rendered and entered on
Town of Amity. Ira L. Martin. |
i he 25th day oi September, 1894, in favor of Tba
Grace I. Martin, Mary E. Cook, |
Mutual Benefit Lite Insurance Company (a corpo
E. W. Rea, Mary C. Rea, I’. P. |
plaintiff, and against tbe defendant Levi
Durant, Emma Durant, John E. |
na A. Watt, for the sum of 83585,36, with intercut
Warner, Lillie (\ Warner, Iris |
at the rate of ten per cent per annum
wife, Alonzo Miller, Louarie |
from September 25th, 1891, and the further sum of
Miller and W. L. Elwood, de-
’lees, and the further sum of
Y virtue of an execution, judgment, order and $7b.0U, with interest thereon at tbe rate of eight
from June 20th, 1894, and the
decree and order of sale issued out of and
The longest plants in the world are
under tbe seal of the circuit court of the state oi further sum of fr31.10 costs and disbursements,
seaweeds. One tropical and subtropical Oregon, for the county of Yamhill, to me direct and also the costs of and upon said writ, uijd or
and delivered, dated the 24th day of January, dering the sale of the hereinafter described real
variety is known which measures in ed
1895, upon a judgment and decree rendered and property, 1 did on the 22d day of January, lb!»5,
length, when it reaohes its full develop entered on tbe 25th day of September, 1894. in duly levy upon all the right, title and interest
of the plaintiff’above named, and against which the said defendants or either of them bad
ment, at least 600 feet. Seaweeds do favor
the defendants above named, for the sum of on tbe first day of February, 1890, (the date of the
not receive any nourishment from the 818,332.80 with interest thereon at the rate of eight mortgage of the plaintiff) or has since had. as
cent per annum from September 25th, 1894, in said decree adjudged, in and to the following
sediment at the bottom or borders of the per
and the further sum of 8750.00 attorneys’ fees, and described real property, to-wit:
sea, but only from air and mineral mat tbe further sum of 8213.65 with interest thereon The donation land claim of William R. Mc
at the rate of eight per cent per annum from Carty and wife, Notification numbered 1702, locat
ters held in solution in the sea water.
June 20th, 1894, and the further sum of S50.10, ed in Yamhill and Polk counties, Oregon, aud
costs aud disbursements and accruing costs of being in township number six (6) south, range
Blind Men In Japan.
and upon this writ, and directing the sale of the number four (4) vest of the Willamette meridian
hereinafter described real property to pay and (except two hundred and forty (240) acres off of
Blind men in Japan, instead of being satisfy
said judgment and decree, I did, on the the south side of said claim, being all the land
led by a child or dog with a string, 22d day of January, 1895, duly levy upon all the in Polk county) the land intended to be mort
title and interest which the said defendants gaged by this instrument being all that part of
carry a whistle, which they blow, and right,
or either of them had on the 1st day oi January, said donation land claim which lies in Yamhill
those who hear it leave the pathway 1889, (the date of plaintiffs mortgage) or has county, and containing Sl‘6.80 acres more or less.
Now therefore, by vlrttue of said execution,
bad, as in said decree adjudged, in and io
free before their feet. There are a great since
the following described real property, to-wil: judgment order and decree and order of sale.
many blind men in Japan, and the plain Situated in the county of Yamhill, in the state of j an<l in pursuance of the commands of raid writ,
Oregon: The donation land claim of John Watt I will on Saturday, the 2d day of March, A D.
tive whistle has a mournful sound when and
Mary Watt, both deceased, claim number 73, 1895, at the hour of one o’clock p. m. of said day.
heard in the Digbt.
notification twelve hundred and seventy-three at the court bouse door in the city of McMinn
[12731, being parts of sections twenty [20J, twenty- ville, Yamhill county, Oregon, *wu subject to re
one  and twenty-nine , containing six demption. at public auction to the highest bidder
His One Occupation.
hundred forty-two and nine hundredths [642.09] for cash in band, all the right, title and interest
which the above nanutd defendants or either of
more or less.
Jack—Now that we are engaged, may acres,
Also the donation land claim of Benjamin S. them bad on the first day of February, 139u, or
Burch and Mary Jane Burch, his wife, claim have since had in or to the above described real
number seventy-two 172], notification number property, to satisfy said execution, judgment or
twelve hundred and fifty-six , in sections der and decree, interest and costs.
Dated at McMinnville, Oregon, January 29tb,
, twenty-one , twenty-two ,
Jack—May I smoke?
W G. HEN DERSON,
twenty-seven  and twenty-eight . contain 1895.
Sherifl of Yamhill Couuty. Oregon.
ing six hundred aud forty-four and 95-100 [644.95]
acres, more or less.
Jack—May I play cards?
Also the southeast quarter (1-4) of the southeast
quarter <1-11 and the- »iifhwcst Quarter (1-4) of
the southeast quarter (1-4) ana the southeast
Jack—What may I do?
(1-4) of the southwest quarter (1-41 and
Amy—You may think what a lucky quarter
southwest quarter (1-4) of the southwest quarter
fellow you are.—New York Herald.
(1-4) in section sixteen (16). Also thirty-seven (37)
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, in
acres of lot three (3) or section seventeen (17).
All above described in sections sixteen (16) ami tbe county of Ymuhill.
Ida May, Plaintiff, >
seventeen (17), containing one hundred ninety
seven (197) acres. In all fourteen hundred,
V. May, Defendant )
eighty-four and 4-100 (1484.04) acres, more or less,
To A. V . May, the above-named defendant:
save and except Wait’s addition to the town of
Amity, covering about thirty-one (31) acres of I N the name of the state of Oregon you are here-
John Watt’s and Mary Watt’s donation land . by required to appe ar and answer the com
claim. The whole of the above described land plaint filed against you in the above-entitled suit
being in township five (5) south, range four (4) on or before tbe 25th day of March, A D. 1895,
that being the fourth Monday in March and tbe
west of Willamette meridian.
As well as upon each and all of the several first day of the next regular term of ¡wtii court
next after the service of this summons by publi
tracts hereinafter described.
Now therefore, by virtue of said execu cation thereof as by law provided, and if vou fail
answer for want thereof tbe plaintiff will apnly
tion. judgment, decree and order of sale, to
to the above-named court for tbe relief prayed for
and in obedience to the commands of said in the complaint filed in said court in tn* above
writ. 1 will on Suturday, the 2d «i.i.v of entitled suit, to-wit:
March, 1895, at the hour* of one o’clock p.
For a decree dissolving and annulling the
m. of said day, at the court house door in marriage contract now existing between the said
and said defendant and for the care and
the city of McMinnville, Yamhill county, plaintiff
of Ethelbert, a male minor child of said
Oregon, sell, subject to redemption as pro custody
plaintiff and defendant aged five years, and for
vided by law, at public auction to the such other and further relief as the plaintiff may
highest bidder for cash in hand, the real be entitled to iu equity and good conscience.
This summons is published by order of the Hon.
property above described, and all the right,
title and interest which the above named H. H. Hewitt, judge of said court, said order
at chambers at Albany, Oregon, and bear»
defendants, or either of them had on the date tbe
11th day of January, A. D. 1896
first day of January, I88B, or hare sines
W T VINTON,
had therein, and in the following order,
C. C. LINDEN,
that is to say : the whole of the sidd lands
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
last above described, excepting then from
certain lots and parts of lots and blocks,
laid off therefrom since tbe date of plain
tiffs mortgage as Joseph Watt’s second
addition to the town of Amity. Yambill
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
county, Oregon, and
tracts sold therefrom since the date of Yamhill county.
L. Snyder, Plaintiff, |
plaintiff’s mortgage, as specifically set
forth in said judgment, decree and order Geo. W. Snyder, Defendant.)
of sale, and in said writ as follows .
ToGeo. W. 8nvder, the above-named defendant:
First—Beginning at the northeast corner IN the name of the state of Oregon, vou are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
of John E Warner’s land and running
thence north 1.38 chains; thence west 7.28 plaint tiled against you in the above-entitled suit
on or before the first day of tbe next regular term
chains to west line of the John Watt dona of
the above-named court, to-wit, the 25th day ot
tion land claim, thence along said line 1.38 March, 1895, aud if you fail to appear and answer
chains; thence east 7.28 chains to the said complaint, the plaintiff will apply to raid
court for an order and decree dissolving the bonds
place of beginning, containing one acre.
Second—Lots 8 and 9, in block 2, in said of matrimonv now existing betuven plaintiff and
defendant. This summons is served by publica
in the Yamhill County Reporter by order of
Third—Beginning 60 feet west of the tion
the Hon. H. H. Hewitt, judge of the above-
northwest corner of block 8 in Joseph named court, which said order was duly made and
Watt’s second addition to the town of dated the 17th day of January, 1895.
Amity, thence west 7.28 chains; thence
IRVINE A COSHOW, Att’ya for Plaintiff.
south 4.14 chains; thence east 7.28 chains
and thence north 4 14 chains to the place
of beginning, containing 3 acres
Fourth—Lots 6 and 7 of block 3, in «aid
In the county court of the State of Orison, for
Fifth—Lot 8, of block 3, in said second Yamhill county.
R. Jacobson, Plaintiff, |
Sixth—Lot 4 of block 5, in said second „ _
C. Hewitt, Defendant.)
Seventh—Lot 1 of block 5, in said second IN the name of the State of Oregon,
hereby notified and required to appear and
Eighth—Lots 10 and 11 of block 3, in answer the complaint tiled against you in the
said second addition.
above-entitled action in the above-named court
Ninth—Beginning at the northwest corn by the first day of the term following the* expira
er of the John Watt donation landclaim, tion of the time prescribed in the order for pub
lication of this summons, to-wit, Monday, the 4th
thence south 20 rods to i>ost; thence east day
March, A. D. 1895. and if you fail so to ap
80 rods to county road; thence 20 rods pear of
or answer, for want thereof the plaintiff’
north along county road to past; thence will apply
west 80 roas to beginning, containing 10 relief prayed
Tenth—Lots 9 and 12 in block 3 in said with interest thereon from December 8th, 1898, at
the rate of 10 per cent per annum, all in U. S.
gold coin, ana 815.00 special attorney fee, and the
Eleventh—Beginning in the center of further sum of 817.75, and the costs and disburse
Ash swale on the east line of John Watt’s ments of action.
This summons is published by order of Hon.
donation land claim, and running thence
due south 48 rods to post ; thence west 18 J. E. Makers, Judge of said court, made at cham
day of January, A. D.1&95.
rods to county road; thence north 36 rods bers thel7tb
JNO. J. SPENCER, Att y for Plaintiff.
Mustang Liniment conquers to center of Ash sw’ale; thence along creek
17 rods and 20 links to the place of be
Makes flan or Beast well ginning.
All of said lots, blocks and tracts be ng
a portion of the real property described in
plaintiff’s said mortgage and being situate
in Yamhill county, Oregon
That if any deficiency remain of the
plaintiff’s said claim after the sale of the
real property first herein described, ex
cepting therefrom the lots, blocks, tracts
and parcels herein last described, then, J
will at the time and place and upon and
< PATRNT» Fora
ADM1MSTRATKIX NOTICE TO subject to the terms and in the manner
V bonort opinion, wrtta to
Ml > N de < <>., wbo have bad nearly fifty rim1
hereinbefore set forth, sell the said excepted
experience In tbe patent business. Communloa-
tracts separately to pay and satisfy such
tiona strictly conOdentiaL * Hradbeek trf
torniMlon roncernioir Potent, and bo* to ob
VTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned deficiency, and in the order in which ^aid
tain them sent tree. Also a catalogue oi machau.
has been appointed by the county court of exceptions are numbered respectively from
leal and scientific oooXs sent free.
Yambill county, state of Oregon, administratrix and inclusive of exception first, to and
Patents Uken tbronch .Munn A Co. receive
of the estate of George C. Belt, late of said coun inclusive of exception eleventh, or so much
•pecial noticeir¡tbe t-cientlfl- American, and
ty, deceased, and has Qualified as such adminis
thus are liroUKl.t widely before the public wttb.
tratrix. Therefore, all persons having claims
out *5** to the Inventor. This rplendld paper
Issued weekly, eiexant i y illustrated, baa by firXa
against the estate of said deceased are herebv no satisfy said writ with costs and accruing
'¿¡yn-atioa of any Kuenutic work in the
tified to present them, properly verified, to nie at costs.
world, £3 a year. Hampie copies sent free
mv residence near North Yamhill, in said county,
Bendina Edition, monthly. |3 ac a ywBIturla
Dated at McMinnville, Oregon, January
within six months from the date of this notice.
copies, -25 cents. Every number
Dated this 25th day of January, 1895.
titul plates, in colors, and pbotocrapbs of new
W G HENDERSON,
lionses. with plana, enabllnx Guilders to show tlia
SARAH BELT, Administratrix.
Sheriff of Y’amliill county, Oregon.
. T. \ INTON, Att’y for said Estate.
MLNN i CO, NEW Y qu K, 361 BROanway,
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
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.