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Mjur of Wallei Oslehrabja Comedy 0.
r. ar(ta VtiUcal Cu., Ktkhart, Ind.
You will remember the condition I wo In (It
years ago, when 1 was amidcd with ft combine
lion of diseases and thought tboro was no unr
i ineu an zinusoimcaicines,anu Korea
DR, MILES1 NERVINE
and In throe months Waa MRricTuv cunt?.
In hit travel each year, when I see tho thousands
01 pnyncai men, suuenng irom nervous pros
(ion. lacing prescription! irom
al physicians who have no knou I
ro nf their case, and wheae death
l certain, I feel like going to them ana saying,
niy profusion, B n whi
qit Dn.MiLta' Ncnvinc and at cunco." in
are to many su Sill M H II
overnork.mcn Wi lfci tal proilra-
uou ana nervous cxnaustion, Drought on cy ins
character of the business engaged in, I would
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J&iua K. Waits.
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Who is one of nature's noblemen,
thoroughly devoted to his profession
and ever ready to help the afflicted.
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cures effected as soou as possible
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trouble-'.Hll Bflt-rtlonsof ibe bladder and kid
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STATE TREASURER'S FOURTH NOTICE.
KTATK Of OHKOON )
HAfKM Muyl. IS93
VTotlcftleherebviiiven that there are fundi
JN cm hand tutticleat to pay allouUtanding
suite warrants indorsed "Presented, and not
puld for want of funds," prior to, and Includ
fng. March?, 1801, and that all such warrants
will bo paid upon present Hon a this pm.
Interri on wnd warrants will not be allowed
..terthe date ot this nonce. MKicuANi
from U. V. Dock at fl o'clock a. m. every Mon
day, Wednesday and Hatutday.
ImmtbeOestraKockat foot ol WahI-rtoa
I ol Washington
lay and nnuday,
alreet every Tuesulay, Thursday
uoneerning irgnv aaa jMutri
Wlieti (lie wlmH tit (tinier Mowf
Whf r (lf Ihf llllen Ahil vlrtlcln gn,
Ami llie ileitf Mile Mi rinwrfs. ilmf groif
Kvrfywlicrc under llirtAktl'
lloti'i you ktitiwf
llmi'l ymi know U Mil
As I nlkcd over I tin hill im day
J mw IIHli griws, wlir-ru din bloomim lay
llenil flltd litlrlcd hd hidden away-
Klri rrmt Imrl Altilii Ihrm nil.
There a ho a mum) In valley or Mil.
I walked IlkmiiK In a drrnmi
I could rift In nr I lie volc of (lie stream,
Tin' Miiiwl crtui mil a nlfiKln gleam
fin (lie m iir lil mi utny nnd sllll
Nol a U nm
Itnt auddenly, otil of tlio winter sky,
Mllle wlilln nhgrl. I antr descend
ll. II.M..I..I it..... ....I I. ...... I.. L-...,
iii minnnii inirrn, mm linilil III nnilfl,
Till Hip nlrwa filled with the shining band
All Alxitit me, nnd over no IiIkIi
Oh, yrsl I antl the children know
Tlint Mimewlirre tip In the wlnier'aky
Tim iH'ftutUitl itittr of flower herrren lie,
And when flower nngf ta nbonl us fly
The wiIht ro n folks ( All It "enow,"
tint we I: now I
-Dorulhy rieane In Kate field' WMhlmrtoo.
Tho clnnk of enntccne, tho steady
tramp of thousands of foot, tho dull,
monotonous roll of drum, nnd tho
Union men marched into Poinsett,
Miss., on tholr way south. Tlio Poin
hott mnnsion nnd plantation, on tho
outskirts! of tho villago that boro tho
nnmo of tho owner of tho big cotton
fields, was to all appearances desert
ed as Major Brown, handsome ovon
in his dusty regimentals, rodo up to
tho front door and rapped loudly
with tho hilt of his sword. A trem
bling old negress timidly opened tho
door for a little space nnd pushed hor
white, woolly head through tho crov
ice. "Can you givo a doton officers ac
comodations for tho night, auntie!"
Tho voice was as kind as tho face,
and Aunt Nancy threw tho door
wide open and majestically stepped
back for the officer to enter.
"Jes' tok a seat in do pahlah, Mas
sa Of'cer. tell I call Miss Itoby."
Tho negress walked away, and Major
Brown sat down in one of the antique
chairs, glanced about at tho furnish
ings and out of the window and
across a landscape rich in green and
gold of tho meadows and the sotting
sun. At the window sill a honoy
Huekle bloomed, and a humming
bird, oblivious to the martial motion
of -the mass in blue' passing the
house like a steel tipped Btream,
hung over the flowers. A rosebush
shrouded the garden wall and pre
sented a bank of brilliant blossoms
against the dark leaves.
Miss Roby Poinsett was standing
in tho door when tho major looked
around. He arose, bowed, and say
ing that ho was sorry to discommode
her asked if accomodations could bo
accorded him and his follow officers
for the night. "I am Major Brown,"
he concluded respectfully.
"You certainly are welcome, sir,"
the young woman replied, "though
I fear wo are poor entertainers. Our
brothers are in the east, and our help
has deserted us, except old auntie,"
with a nod of her head toward tho
''It is kind of you, and I assure
you of ample protection."
Again bowing, the major stepped
to the door and gave a command to
his aid, who rodo away. An hour
later strange fires dotted tho mead
ow, and the green pastures whit
ened under the ranks of Sibley tents.
The whippoorwill's call was hushed
by the quavering blasts of buglo;
Bhadowy forms passed to and fro bo
fore tho fires. Then all was dark
and still, only the white tents and
shiny stars and pacing sentries. Tho
Auntio proved her valuo and the
generosity of her larder. Twelve of
ficers discussed tho bibcuits and
honey and savory fried chicken and
wheaten loaves. Miss Roby sat at
the head of tho table as hostess.
Her mother begged to bo excused, as
she was indisposed. Tho honors of
tho table were well cared for, and
later, when a half dozen bottles of
wino wero brought out of tho cellar
and a box of cigars was produced,
the talk flowed freely. No word of
war was uttered and no allueion
made to tho camp on the meadow.
The men knew they were partaking
of tho hospitalities of an enemy giv
en as freely as if they wero f riendB.
The cigars were smoked on tho
veranda, and tho crescent moon came
up over tho distant hills beforo tho
little group broke up. Aunt Nancy
handed each a candle and led tho
way up the broad stairs to tho
rooms above. A cheerful fire of
twigs was burning in the grato in
Major Brown's room, and ho eat
before it until tho last tiny spark
winked out, and his candle was sput
tering in its socket beforo bo parted
tho white curtains that concealed his
bed. Tho first Btrealrof dawn showed
the outlines of pictures in their oval
frames on tho wall when tho major
threw open the shutters and drank
in tho puro air.
Tho bugler was just sounding his
first blast, and the camp was begin
ning to wako. Teamsters wero knock
ing about their teut Btables, and tho
horses wero neighing for tho oata
that cama with tho break of day,
Carefully dressing, tho major wont
OOWnfitairS U lUUKurucu, tiausuuig "
to the early chirping of Uie buds
" "'D " - -r o -"-
and tho vigorous clarion of the cocks ,
b" t"4 looBaed up fc l
.'MMnn nlnMnn nf iha WAlTfl
HVMNXm VAHVDA'ii ' .fOlJIftAft.JIJMMUy, MA'Vh, ItMt
HIHlmMMM mmmmm w,i rin T
of 110 mini llko tt iiifitiriiiiiii, No
Itlllokctl rrwfj nml liuif(J It oil Mm
uniform Ofio by onrj llift fiftlcerei
cniiirj down A mvuty omcll of tiiiitt
n1 'Km kwUh Ilia unlilddt'U
KllC'l( M Jtlfll ft (llO Mllli Wllfl fJOIIl
liift; up Aunt Nnney ftnnouneed Mini
tdofikrfiHl Wni rpftdy
'ilio nipftl wnn fUlokl' dlMjiftldtiOtt,
Tlio tiifiM of mcti wfw noon (if mo
tlon, Tim vmifrtmrd, with tlin riiin
fdlnllfiK off (lio ntool lifirri') tlio
ruim, moved on over tlio nrcli of n
irldyo In n dtiflly rond. 'Hie idftnk
of cmilcoiiM, tlio fitondy Irftinji of
tlioiiftfliutft of foot, tlio dull, monoto
nous roll of drum, nnd tlio union trimi
marched otit of Poinnott on tliolr
wny Houtli. Mnjor Urown llngorod
nt tlio PoltiNott iiiiiiirIoh until nftor
tlio ronr ittinrtl llftd croancd tlio
lirldROtirttil tlio Inflt BtrnctKlor lind
ho Undo MlBfl Iloby
stnrlcd to Join tlio
Started to join his troops? At tho
bridgo 14 bushwhackers niirniiK at
his horso. Tlio major's sword flashed,
nml tho londor wan under tho horeo'o
foot. Tlio animal stumbled over tho
prostrnto man. Smoke puffed from a
pistol, and tho horso fell to his knots,
attempted to riso, but wont down
with a groan, pinning his ridor Un
derneath. Tlio Keen sword snapped
over the barrol of n guerrilla's gun.
Tho major was taken captivo.
Back up tho road to tho Poinsett
mansion tho littlo procession passed.
Tlio major, leaning on tho arm of tho
stalwart leoijor, again faced tho broad
front door and again Aunt Nancy
opened it for him. Tho prisoner
dropped with a groan into a choir
and placed his hand on his loft leg.
"It's broken," ho whispered. Miss
Roby stood amazed in tho doorway.
"I bavo como back," the soldier said,
with a painful smile, and his chooks
blanched with pain, "a prisoner. I
fear that I Bhall have to troiiblbyou,
for my leg Is broken. I must lio
The men boro their prisoner up
tho stairs and laid him on the bed
he had so recently left The doctor
from tho village was called, and the
fracture was gradually reduced.
"He can't bo moved for eight weeks
and probably ton. You can't tell,
sah," addressing tho major. "It all
depends on a man's conBtitiitibn."
Leaving one of their number on
guard tho party of Confederates' hur
ried on after other stragglers and to
report their prize. The day woro
Blowly away for the major.
In mind he was leading the troops
the hum of bumblebees about the
honeysuckles was tho dull rumble of
the drum; the throb of pulse' beats
against tho "pillow was the Bteady
tramping of the men, and the meas
ured ticking of the clock in the hall
below the castanet music of the can
teen. Gradually tho sounds blended;
tho army passed farther and farther
away. The major Blept. When ho
opened his eyes, a bouquet of bright
roses stood upon tho stand at the
head of his' bed. The sentry paced
back and forth in front of tho cur
tain. A door opened and Miss Roby
Seeing "tho major was awako, Bho
went to the bedside with th6-heer
of a hospitablo heart. The offi
cer was 'hor prisoner, yet ho was
her guest. The soft' light' of day
faded away, and Aunt Nancy brought
a bowl of bread and milk and a can
dle. The major ate, talked and
slept The next day tho guard was
relieved by Miss Roby, who brought
her book and work. Bho read for an
hour and then took up hor sewing.
Tho prisoner talked of tho north,
of Chicago, tho growing young city
by tho lake; told of his mother and
sister there, of tho great oxpansd of
rich prairies; talked of Abe Lincoln
and rotated amusing anecdotes of tho
president's life and touched his lis
tener's heart with pathetio sketches
of the great abolitionist's history.
The days rolled on apace. There was
httlo uso for tho guard'. Major Brown
had given his word of honor that ho
would stay there until taken away
or rescded by Union men and there
was littlo hopes of tho lattor. Pro
visions wero running low, and tho
guard was sent away.
July passed into August beforo tho
prisoner was allowed to swing him
self about the garden on a pair of
crutches. Tho leg got well slowly,
but tho war went on, though littlo of
tho news reached Poinsett
Then came tho days of September.
Tlio cotton fields wero a tangle with
weeds, tho plantation lay in fallow.
Tlio major, in company with Miss.
Roby, whom ho now called his body
guard, often took short rides about,
and as tho broken limb was finally
restored a sharp canter over the fields
was a common occurrence. Then tho
guard returned with half a dozen sol
diers to take tho captivo away to one
of tho 'many prisons of war in the
With them they brought a big.
black charger that Colonel Poinsett
had sent home for a rest Miss Roby
trembled when she told the major
that his captivity, so far as she was
concerned, was at an end. The pris
oner did not wear his regimental
when ho mounted tho horso beside
tho sergeant in command andtodo
away, and no ono could tell that he
was in custody, waving nw nawl to i
Miss Roby and bowing poUtoly to
her mother, the major was hurried
on, for there was little time to be
oatft,i ,, Mlars Ttnhv mrrnnt.
,.,.,,,... hora and rode fdowlv
tbaroad is the dlrectioa taHea-
by tllfJ flltXii Wli'M MUdiWilV hex Mf
wiiri Mfliff'vl y llm f efcirl of rt liowii
tllUAKM ll(Jl MlnMilf III f(lk Mffl.
I'ffwlotl, followed by tlit lliuiiilof of
llOlrK-H' hoof A,
fli mm IumImIiI hif diftri.e fiu1 nav.
rleil linr to lUn turn of iIih rond, Ik
votid which tlio ho hud finftiH .('fifi
tied lioi' Into (lio mlde.1 of I lio rMntf
lioop. Down dm rond In front ennui
n I'ffid of KiMlrrnl envnlry Anollior
voilov of ulinb nm MnW IJrAwil'rt
horso foil, tlito iiir tlio rldor Into Uitt
(Hint Tl.viirwnn no llrutf to M Uml
Hplirrlfitf ller liorw to llifi Aiiot, Ml
Itoby tinuiffjit lilin tonMnhd directly
In front of tlid irrofltralo man, Tlir)
nnlinnl ncerncd Ut undornlntid wlwt
wn required nlid brncod Itltnmlf for
tlio snook, tiimiuik lii wicked hrmd
from right to loft nnd Allowing IiIa
Aavngo, Ivory tcoth, tho black utood
Tho girl, with fnco pnled by tho
danger, yot features ns Ann nn ttuMo
of tho lender of tho charging forces,
eat orcctnnd waited, Tho ranks part
od and closed again, but tlioy had
missed thoiiiau, who In neeCondmoro
would havo been ruthlessly trampled
to death. Before tlio column could
whcol'MlHri'Rriby had dismounted and
was ' hdlding" n whlto handkorchlof
ftlOf t'tui fl'flJig of truca At tho com
mand of tho'loador two men enmo for
ward) nnd tho Teat continuod on after
'Tills is Major Brown of tho Union
army," Baid'Mfcs Roby as tlio offlcor
caino forward to whoro tho major
was etill lying in tho dust.
"Major Brown I" tho sergeant ex
claimed. "Wo wore looking for tho
major." Tlio soldier raised his su
perior1 offlcor, 'wiped tho dust from
his faco and pressed tho cantoon to
his lips and was rewarded by seeing
consciousness return. Then tho ma
jor stood up nnd realized that in somo
way ho owed his life to Miss Roby.
Tho troop roturned.tho men mounted,
and 'tho major climbed into a saddlo
and rodo on.
Cruol war camo and desolated
PoinBett Tho bursting of bombs
along tho Mississippi and tho roar of
cannon from, the batteries shook tho
earth, and black clouds of smoko and
tho scent of burning powder wero
often in tho air. Colonel Poinsett
was brought home to dio. Both his
sons fell at Antietam. Tho mansion'
was burned ono dark and rainy
night, and Mrs. Poinsott, with Miss
Roby aria"Aurit Nancy, sought shel
ter in ft negro' cabin on the planta
tion. Tlieri Loo' surrendered, and tho war
was over. Tho war was over, but
the plantation was ruined, and tho
proud Poinsetts wore reduced to
straitened circumstances. Patiently
Miss Roby struggled to support her
mother by teaching in the villago
school. Aunt Nancy took in "wash
ing to help swell tho family fund.
Ono evening in .May, 1805, Miss
Roby was on her way from tho post
office and was passing by the ruins
of her old home. This night ebo felt
that Bho couiu not bear to gaze upon
tho monument to hor misfortuno.
When Bho turned into tho path, sho
saw a man standing by the tall chim
ney, left like' a shaft of victory by
tho-fiery' fiend. Whoro tho rose gar
don 'had been was a tanglo of black
ened briers atld a mass of weeds. One
solitary rose was blooming, and tho
stranger pluoked it and pressed it to
his lips. Roby knew that it was tho
major. Her foot struck a dry twig
that crackled with her weight Tho
tnojor looked around and camo to hor
with extended hands. Tho woman
"Do you not know mo, Miss Roby?"
tho major asked as ho paused with
his feet in the blackened embers.
"I havo not forgotten you. But
what brought you here?"
"Do you boo tho ruins of my home?
My father lies buried over thoro, and
both my brothers wero victims of
northern guns," There was moro
sadness than rcsentfulhess in tho
"L too, havo suffered, though not
so much as you," tho major replied.
"I havo lost relatives and mends by
tho score. I fought on tho Union side
becauso I believed it was right, just
as your father and brothers fought
with Loo. The utrugglo is over. Let
us forgive where wo cannot forget."
"I was onco your prisoner and
could not tako advantago of your
sympathies to a wounded man to toll
you what I havo again como to the
south td say. If you do not care to
listen, then I can go away."
Involuntarily sho extended hor
hand, and tho major grasped it eager
ly and carried it to his lips.
"You will let mo tako you away
from this sceno, tako your mother
to a place where the thoughts of war
will gradually die away?"
' 'I will go, " said Miss Roby. Both
her hands were about tho major's
neck, and her bead rested on his
broad shoulders for a moment. The
door to tho littlo cabin opened, and
tho light from within foil upon tho
couple like a mantle of gladness.
Knew Her Hubby.
Mother Is your letter to yourhua-
iinJ wkArlv in mflHt
Uuried Daughter-It's all done ex-
pting tlie postscript teUing him to
send mo somo more monoy. imioosc
lag for another sheet of paper.
"Write it across the lines."
"Ne, indeed. Hell .'pretend, h
!"?' H HKsJtti
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Tlio llttlf) Mat In whfoli arscil)r1(nf
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Tho BoUtAroun AtWntlo
Is tr or (o timid Voyagers, ken rosly Ifeion
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the problematical benefit derivable from an
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Bitters a prompt and certain remedy, The
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nulllrtfs lis Impurities Hlmllarly It counter,
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ney complaint, rheumatism and debility,
OUT OP BIGHT. '
Tho traveller nubllo aro now fullv
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tho very best accomodations to the
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At last a mrdlcat work that tells (be causes,
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Isscleutlrlaallr m moat valuable, artistically
ihe most boauilfulr medical Uwktliai has ap
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AWru Irnit irhn iltnubt Jrnuf th Uratul TVuf S J.
the Plain fiirti. the Old ttterttt oa't Ntw bit-
COVtrUint ittdiatl Rctenc at attullrd to Mlnr.
nmt mwM futur pltliitU, ehnuld write fur thit
rr. iAjr, wna wruvi tittme rttr pan roitire
nJt1UF.Iiruli J.lJJlK jiuuh,
It will 1m ftnt ffwn. tinrfpr kj.al.whll ihmmAt.
tln Intts. If convenient enclose tn cents to
pay postuge alone Addrets the publishers,
ERIE MEDICAL CO.,
BUFFALO, W. Y.
PROFESSIONAL ANU UU8INKS8 CARDS.
j it. n'Ancr. am, a. mtttm am.
D'AHOY & IIINUHAM. Attorneys at Law,
Hooms 1, 2 and 8, li'Aroy Hullding. Ml
nutte street. Special attention given lo bust
nes in the supreme and circuit courts of the
siate. 2 u
1. llOISK. Attornty at law. Kalem, Ore
gon. Olllce V7 Commercial street.
rniLMON KOHI), Attorney at law, Salem,
X Oregon, onice upatalrsln 1'atU.j; block
LY. CONN, Attorney at law, room 7, Mur
. pby block.
HJ. liiaUKIl, Attorney at lawulem, Ore
, gon. onice over Hush's bank.
. Attorneys at law. Offlre over Capital
atlonal bank, Holem, Oregon.
HIOIIAHIWON. Attorney at law. Of.
flceupsUIrs In front rooms ol new Hush
C. corner (Jomtnerclal and Court streets.
JOHN A. UAHtON, Attorney at law, rooms
8 and i, ilusb bank building, Huleiu.Ur,
II. K. IKJNii AM. W. II. HULMKH,
BON HAM A JI01.MKH, Attorneys at law.
Ollloe in Jlusb block, between Slate and
court, on Commercial street.
A K. I'OQVK, Hteaographer and Tjpe
1V1, wrltesl Ifesttxiulpped typewriting of
noe but one In Oregon. Over Hush's bank.
O commercial stenrwraphy. room 11, On
block. lrt-cliu work, lutes reasonable.
Q C. llOOWNK,
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IIMm !Ll..rtkw l.ln.b, .I-a
v, Commercial street.
rvll A. 11. UlLUS.specUUstlu diseases of
J the eye, ear, no and throat, Itoom 10
hush bank building, Halem.
II. T 0. HMITII, Uentlst, W SUUi street,
Salem. Oregon. Kinlshtd dental opera
tions of every description, 1'aluleM .opera-
tlons a specialty.
T t). PUOI1, Arcbltect. plans, speclflca
yV . tlons and superintendence tot all
cuuutesj ol buildings. Office 'M0 Com mer eial
street, up stairs.
CA. KOHKirr. Architect, room 421, Mar.
, quani building, i'urilaud, Oregon.
P. J. LARSUN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagon, Car
Kopufrlntf tx Hpttolulty.
T)ltOTKOT10N UODOtt NO, 3 A, O. U. W
I Meeu In their hall lu Mtat Insurance
J, A. 0KLWOOD, Keeorder.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTION BUREAU
OAee retsavsd to 311 OommteUU trt.
1'uWlo and private work
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General Insurance Agency.
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Mian fflterAv Uetoted JSSSASff
WILLIAM 'NILES;& CO,
Loh AiigoloH, Cilllforiim.
BREEDERS AND EXPORTERS
If you would bo clean Und
uio neuioHi ana urcBBicBt inunnor, iauo uiom to uio
SALEM 'STEAM LAUNDRY
whoro all work m dono by wliite labor and inlho most prompt
manuor. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
II. W. Hmfth. nostmaalernf lyiwlsvllla. and
W. 1. Murphy, of Halem, huve for ui atxm
SiMOacrM of giKid farming and stock land in
yie i.ucKiniuta country in tdik ovmnty.
rices ranare from M fo I'fl per acrn. All kmmI
property, and on the market for the first
lime. Great bargains, Call on or address
the above. dw a-1 HI
J. H. HAAS,
2I5K Ctmistrclsl St., Uni, Orsgss,
(Neil door Ut Klein's.)
Hpeoialty of SpeotaclM, and repairing Clocks.
waHinM ana jnweiry
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
OSIee at Chas. Calvert's Millinery store
Bab, $2.60 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between I'ortland aad Han
f'ranetsco. Klrst-daas In all IU appdlBltuMls.
Is tables are served with the
Urtrwa lu the Willamette Valley.
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WISCOSIN CENTRAL LINES,
(Nrthra Ptdne R R. C., Lt.)
LATEST TIME CARD,
Two TlrV'oogh Tralnt Dally.
4 Ifrfimll .. Ilulutb.. a
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Wltasm II ..l.'blMg-.s,
Tlokets sold and eiAd. threokh
to all aolfi's la iImi United HUles and Cast
UM eutfiUm made lu C'htesvgo wHn
tnJaa s.lsur FmM aud Moufli.
rer fill lNWina4la Sy to T' AMSeet
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houtindi of Smokifi
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i Uboier la ill Minus,
T Itf W6ll 6ft tfi Hmt,
Prefer Bull Durhim
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Hmokcil MchIh of nllNlltibi
Off Court and
HO State Htveetn.
OF FINE CATTLE, IIOOS, I'OULOT,
Berkshire k I'olaml-Cliina Pigs a Specklty.
Fancy Poultry, All Varieties.
Epgt for HafchlriK.
Nllcs PaoIHo Coast Poultry and, Stock, ll!utrr
led, COreiitn by mall.,
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havo your clothes dono up in
Smith Premier Typewriter.
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W. I. STALEV, Agent, Satai.
ll.N, llUllI'KK.aen'lAgeoUlOl Third m,,
1'ortlsud. Hend for catalogue,
STATE STREET DRUG STORE I
New Cosmetics, t'erlumes, and Kaee Weaebes
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