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dent to a bilioui tUta of the ivstemiuoh
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remarkable success bai been ihown in curine
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1 prarentlnc thliioylni complalMjSlj;
they alo correct
stimulate (hearer and reculala the lW.!?
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che they would be almost priceless M thorn
whd suffer from this dlstressta eemplsJnti
but fortuntttelr their .opdne- Soes aSiwJj
.e", tffi? thSf w,h0 O""1 7 them will And
theso little pllli valuablo In as many wan that
they will not be willing to da witfceat them.
U nt iter; all sick heed
1 the bane of cs many live that hare it when
we make our. treat bout. Our pill eure tt
,whjle other do not.
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Aftms Lrrrr.v T.tw T, t . b
aadTery easy to take.' OoeortwoplllSmalM
a aoae. They are itrletly verctableaod do
not gripe or pur?, but by their centle action
Pleas all who use them. In vials at St cento;
Are for II . Sold everywhere, or lent by maO.
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MR Wit UMi
THE DINKY BIRD.
In an ocean far out yonder,
As all sapient people knovr,
Is the land of Wonder-Wander
Whither children love to be:
It's their playing, romping, swlndnt.
That glcth Joy to me,
Whllu tbo dinky bird cots singing
In tiio alfaluia treo!
There tho Rumdrops crow like cherries.
And taffy's thick as peas;
Qaramels ypu pick, Jlke berr(es ,
Yhpn and where and how you please;
Biff red sugar plums aro clinging
To tho cliffs bcbido that sea
Where tho dinky bird Is slnglns
In tho alfaluia trool
So when children shout and scamper
And make merry all tho day;
When there's naught to put a. damper
On the ardor of their play;
When I hear their laughter ringing.
Then I'm sure as sure ran b
That the dinky bird Is slnglns
In the alfaluia tree!
Tor the dinky bird's bravura
And staccatos are so sweet,
His roulades, apppgcia.tu.iaa
And robuatos so complete,
Thiat ilje youth qf every .'nation,
JBo the near or far awa,
Eavo especial delectation
In that gladsome roundelay.
Their eyes grow bright and brighter;
Their lungs begin to crow;
Their hearts get light and lighter
And their cheeks are ull aglew:
For an eoho comcth bringing
Tho news to all and me
That the dinky bird is singing
In the alfaluia tree!
Xes, I'msure you'd.liko to go Jhere
To behold your feathered friend.
And jo many goodlei grow there
you jt ould like to comprohendl
Bpoe'4, y ttlo dreams, your winging
To (hat land across tho sea"
Whcro tho dinky bird Is slngqg
In the alfaluia treel
Eugene Field in Chicago Jtcord.
A Toothsome Dish.
A Jmt wty rppepftypade by two
Frencli gourmands, one of vr.hom as
serted that he could detect tho com-
.poueot parts of any djsh put before
him, the oth,er betting flt great odds
that ho would not be able to toll the
material wherewith "his cook would
prepare ''a ?a"?ory dteh' for thpm.
Tho bet was taken, the one confident
. in hjs quickt natural sense, tho other
iii tho Bkill of hiscook.
'"' ""Tho' cook a Frenchman of poureo
"exerted all his talents and sur
passed al praise. The dish was
Waced before thp knowing epicurp.
Ho Haifa, smacks W W, tastes
again, swells it, tastes again. Alaa.1
it is redolent or-nil ncn ouore. om-u
fjaqcos, so marvellously blended;
Bu'cli gravy, imch eolids so s,oft, so
tender! What can it bo? A won.-,
drous prepared tripfit $0, Qf"'8
head in now- shape"? No.no, np!
thousand ' 'Noca." Oun epicure mve
HFtia'old whito kid gloves," is the
cool explanation when tho bet ? .'
signed as lost. London Tit-Bits.
Tear nnd Nerves.
My medical friend explains: As the
muscular power thn,t extends or flefr
00 a finger is at a distance iron;, the
part moved, so the excitement to
tears is from an irritation in a dis
tant nervous center and is remove
wh'on tho nervous center is eher
Bopthed or exhausted. The relief
" omesnot from the mero escape o?
tears, which is only a symptom, buf.
from tbo cessation of tho stqrmin
tho npryous chain. If the Btormbo
calmed by soothing measurest-as.
when we Bootho a child that is weep
in frons fear, annoyance or injury-
w riulat tho nervous centers, upojj.
which Ui6 efEect ceases. In chilVW
tho soothing method succeeds, and
someUmeair succeeds in adults, al
though in adults tho cessation of
tears is more commonly due to ac
tual exhaustion following a period of
nervous ftcUvity.-Boston Globe.
OB1? brother, VP WPelfpW
iMOtyJias'bepnJirpmiJlt WW x
, 'etto buBinesa tor y v
wlum ka settled in 1671,
HiM Mellan Stawall, a daughter of the
JaU chief justice of Victoria, m gf,
tolB4 a Hret class t"u " ..
yvm It m clwical tripoa at .am
OT, fcjjnd, after hTinff.tudtoda
Trtaitr onHrj-. Melbourne, and abe-
T'lrSeparntlon. l;. ,,, nd Their
1 1 rpseiy 1,-oiqis ; Difference.
J separation of tlm ci.
from tho Roman church took place
in tiio. eleventh century after a long
struggle Binco known jis the JTilioguo
coi).trpyery. To the article of tho
council ,of Constantinonlq, which de
clared thatjthajloly Ghost "proceed-
uu ir,,m mo tatiior,"tho western
vhurch added, "and the Son," and
kho words eradunllv csimn hi i cn,i
in Borvico. In the ninth century
Pope Uio Ill.was, appealed to and
commanded the disup of tho words,
and a recond council of Constantino
plo confirmed his decree, and thn
matter woujd havp been allowed tp
rgst .but or thp jealousy which ox
isted between Rome nnd Constanti
nople, on account of which the for
mer revived tho use of the words.
The Greek church resisted, and in
1053 Pope Leo IX excommunicated
the patriarch of Constantinople and
all others who refused to accent tho
The patriarch, Michael Cerularius,
hoping to reverse tho sentence, in
vited legates from tho nope to Con
stantinople to negotiate for peace.
They came accorclinidy. but enterinc
the,churph pf S);. Sophia they repeat
ed the pope's sentence of excommuni
catiop, laid the sentence on tho altar
and returned to Rome. This took
place on Juno 1C, 1054, from which
time tho final separation of the east
nnd west may bo said to date. Tho
patriarch summoned a council and in
his turn pronounced excommunica
tion against the pope, with tho sui-
port of about a thousand bishops and
other clergy. Attempts wero several
times made to effect a reconciliation,
but without success.
Tho Greek church of tho present
day remains in doctrine and ceremo
nial alinqst entirely as.it was at its
separation. Tho chief points of dif
ference from tho Roman church are
the omission of tho filioque from tho
Niceno creed, and the denial of the
papal supremacy. Tho doctrines of
thp Trinity and of the incarnation
and Hfo of Christ aro exactly the
same as those of tho western church,
and the Greeks follow ihu Romans
with regard to the belief jm purga
tory and in tho seven sacraments.
They hold the Plessed Virgin and the
6aints in high reverence and great
importance is attached to the sacred
pictures, or icons, which abound in
their churches, houses and streets.
Beyond tho Njcene creed there are
up doctrinal tests. The ceremonial
of tho Greek church is more elabor
ate than that of any other, and tho
number pf. services is remarkable.
Sermons are almnst.unknowp. Three
fold nnmorsion .is, practiced in bap
tism, tho communion is administered
to infants and in both kinds, and
grayer is made standing. In other
points luero is iuuu umuruiice uuiu
the ritual of tho Roman church.
The secular priests aro obliged to
marry once, but not more than pnce
Monasteries and convents are very
numerous, and thp nmnks aro under
severe discipline, many uur,isuans
spend their lives wandering from
one monastery to another in their
pilgrimagp flpd are, always hospit
ably receive. The largest and most
famous of thoao buildings is Troitsa,
which has numbers of. churches and
a university within its walls, Brook
UengaT Feasant Prorerbs.
The wisdom of tho Bongal peasant
cultivators finds expression in prov
erbs, of which a collection has been
made by a Babu in the agricultural
department of that province. His
appreciation pf thp outwardly re-
yprei Branuun ppwijb itfcun inci
dentally in the maxim, "Rain and in.
undation disappear when south winds
blow, liko tho Brahmin as Boon as ha
Other Bengal rural aphorisms are:
?Havo tlin &nd which receives the
washings of tho village, and .tho bul
lock whicji Wftlks.fcst. nnd marry tho
girl whoso mother is good." "Ho who
works ip tho-field himeolf with tho
inhmwra cets thfliuU profit; he who.
bping uoftW? tfl work himself, super
iona tlin IVOritintSJ OJ tOO I4li
rrota half the pr.ofi; be. who orders
tha labowm Km hhouso. does not
geeVsh to'-tanden News.
In a small toyyi spjnp. yaars ago a.
jeweler received 4n trade a. violin.
andflPt paring & that, instrument,
bufhaving rtpwr for A J W
dipn, k toPK W X " w xo" u ,
mW5.lt PftuW If. WWJKJ
ivAtnmnnt and was. hones enough
to say that tho violin was a genuine
Cremona and revealed thp parch-
Site PUW Md. bft offered, to this
SweleViiJstead of an
irand piano in exchange for it What
SWt w S &e vjplin was. before
t ce mto th" jeweler's hands no
A Battle Royal.
Rnortinir writers and telegraph ed
JrS''battleroyarinbalfthe Mwroopen of the country when tell
taJTSe Vigilont-Valkj-rio race
&ro is no bud. thing as a batUe
SSutwwn two contestants. Tho
A friend of mine asked mo to join
her theater party one night lost
weok. I thought she was a Uttlo out
of temper during the first act, but
when tho curtain-went down eho ex
"When Ned got tho box, ho said it
was on tho right hand as wo entered."
"Why, what possible difference
does it make." I asked. "Wo rai
see every part of tho Btago."
"Oh, Polly," she whispered, "don't
bo dense. Don't you seo my hat is
trimmed for tho other sido of tho
house, and from this sido I am wear
ing a plain black one, and I had it
made for this special occasion. I'll
get tho tickets myself next time."
New York Recorder.
Tho greatest whirlpool is tho
maelstrom of the Norway coast. It
is an eddy between tho mainland and
an island, and when tho current is in
ono direction and tho wind in an
other no ship can withstand tho fury
of tho waves. Whales nnd Bharks
have been cast ashore and killed.
The current is estimated to run 30
miles an hour.
The rate of wind varies from five
miles an hour a light "breeze to 80
or 100 miles an hour a hurricane.
From 30 to 40 miles an hour is reck
oned a high wind or gale. At 60
miles an hour it is called a storm.
A vegetable curiosity is ovned by
a resident of Wenatehee, Wash. It
consists, it is claimed, "of a network
of large potatoes grown upon ono an
Jther." There aro people in tho interior
districts of Japan who have never
tasted animal food and who look
with horror on the eating of such u
Persons writing love poems wil1
plpase make a note that "stupid" i-.
the only word in the English Ian
language winch rhymes with Cupid.
Got Down to "D."
A well known scholar and man of let
ters sent the following jeu d'esprit to Dr.
Murray on hearing the news that the
new English dictionary has at last got
through with the letter C, and that D is
now in hand:
Wherever the English speech has spread,
And the Union Jack flies free,
the news will be gratefully, proudly raad
That you're conquered your A 11 CI
But I fear It will coma
As a shock to some
That the sad result must b
rhat you're taking to dabble and dawdle and
fo dullness and dumps and (worse than those)
To danger anu arm.
And shocklnglo think
To words that begin with ad.
The Cranks' Disease.
Paranoial the scientific name of the
disease with which cranks suffer, says
Dr. Stuart Douglas of the Bellevue ho
pital, New York, A man has paranoia,
he says, when he is troubled with illu
sions of persecutions, or with groundless
beliefs that he has or ought to have great
riches and a grand position in life.
A Upyal Accomplice,
Ono day when Francis! ras in
hjs chapel nttpndiajj mass with sev
eral of his nohjomeq, a, well dressed
pickppekot wpnt and Bipod behind
tho cardinal of Lorrain.0 and ab
stracted his purse, but unablp to d0
this without tho king perceiving It
he put up his finger to intimate that
the latter Bhould keep silence. Tho
king took it for a practical joke and
said never a word. But after tho
eervico ho asked the cardinal what
ho had dono with his purse. The,
prelate not bemg ablo, to find it was
very much annoyed and took the
king tg task, who greatly enjoyou
thp fun, and at lpngui oraereu wo
purse to bo restored to the cardinal.
Tho thief did not, bowPYPr, coinp
forward, and the king discovered too
late that he had been tricked. Jour
nal de Roubaix.
A Circuit Clockv
The General Electric company of
Derlin, it is said, proposes to adopt a
new clock, which may bo placed in
circuit liko an ordinary incandescent
lamp. This clock, it is claimed, solves
the problem of providing an inex
pensive, yet effective, system of
electric control of clocks. Tho cur
rent keeps tho clocks wound at an
annual cost of about lOoents. Should
tho circuit bo broken, tho clock will
.,, without tho current for about
labours. Tho regulation can be per
formed by hand from the dynamo
room or automatically from an obser
vatory, -Chicago Herald. m m
The site has Deen ww-- ,w ' "VT"1
&. fair in 1900. Tha expo, t oa
oTonnda are iituatM on w ,,- - -
..panned by a magiuuc
VIGOR of MEN
txcfww, t '!
toiiUd (seal" w
ERIE HEWCAL CO.
r ls S
i jiiA a y
It hen lie Did.
The benovolcnt person had put 6
cents into tho bauds of tho tramp,
and feeling a kind of proprietary in'
terest in him thereafter proceeded to
question him n bit.
"You're a pretty hard citizen,
aren't you!" he asked.
"Rather difficult at times, bIt," ro
plied tho peripatetic frankly.
"I prcsumo you steal when you get
"Only in very necessitous cases,
,ir, npd then pnly in a small way."
"Yes, it's part of our profession,
"And use tobaccoi"
"When I can get it, sir."
Tho benovolent person began to be
sorry ho had invested in such stock,
but ho was going now to tho bitter
"Of courso," he wont on, "you
Tho tramp hesitated for tho first
timo, ns if in doubt, and lookod at
tho nickel in his hand.
"Well, yes, sir," ho ropliod slowly,
"I drink two when I've got tho
price, but under the present circum
stances 111 only drink ono, unless
But thp benevolent person could
npt stand' it any longer, and ho made
a rush for tho visitor, which result
ed in a sudden disappearance. De
troit Free Press.
No one has yet by any mental con
struction or any logical synthesis in
dicated ony plan of mechanism by
which to navigate tho air. 'Any
method of inventing that is not m
pursuance of a previously conceived
and clearly defined plan is as a boy
at a blackboard, hoping by number
less trials to stiiko the solution by
In a flying apparatus it is proposed
to lift dead, imbuoyant avoirdupois
by some kind of mechanical boating
against tho air, and necessarily the
dead weight must bo on tho under
Bide, and tho beating or cleaving
mechanism on top.
This is made imperative by the law
of .gravitation. This Bamo principlo
of beating or striking, in other forms
of application, is involved in all Jand
and water propulsion. This featuro
that cipaves hi tho ocean of air imust
jdo one or tho .other of two things: It
must either bo applied to bearing on
a large surface moderately or it imust
affect a smaller surface with, greater
rapidity. Pittsburg Dispatch.
The Earth's Age.
A recent contribution of note to
the discussion of -geological problems
is that by Dr. Clarpnco King, in
which he claims to have advanced
kord Kelvin's method pf (determin
ing the earth's ago to a further point
of importance. He discusses the ex
perimental investigations of Dr.
Barus on the effect of heat andi pres
sure pn certain rocks and particular
ly selects tho caso of diabase, which
has specific gravity approximately
equal to tho average specific gravity
of the earth's crust. In tho light of
all the new facts ho then reconsiders
tho probable rate of cooling of tbo
earth, rendering moro precis tho
concJusipuB arrived at by Kelvin.
As tho result of his researches and
fpyeatigations, all of which, It is need
less to Bay, wero conducted on tho
widest piano and in tho most thor
ough manner, Dr. King concludes
that the earths ago probably uoes
pot exceed Bomo 21,000,000 of years,
notwithstanding tho contrary opin-
iou held by cortain geologists. New
iHat Vama Mojflt
In Danger of Consumption
-1 was sick and dlicouractd whn 1 called
u t!ie vllliisa doctor. He Intimated 1 hl
onvmipUoB and would not lire lone. I d
,fti & mr f u
to Uko Hood's Sarsaparuu ana aw
,c!l and hearty." " "" ""
f..x73. Athwoxe, HllwU.
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uanulaetare BUndard Pressed Ilrlck,
Molded unci in all Pattern, for Kr-nts
... ....,, thebrlek lortbe Nw Hlm City
H1l and iea"y all the fln. bulldog. recud
Yards near Pcnll.ntlary. Balew.Or Mdw
.nnnmlze In Paper.
.in i.s,witiarra. ilf1 " luu1le of
100 aot cut. lor i-ala at llita nicp fcl
l'zJZ.' t.nnrlle. A heavy itraw
nil n.i-- ---.-;- .t,.ia. 1 wn rente
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jfiDHMAb "ft at vour.oOlco or reK
I eU a ontB,
December icj, ia.
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fmrll. firlttlft? rtAia It ntl af lu u.B Y4.. I - 2
lifeless appearance? Dwes it fall ttufwhen cctnlltcd sr
brushed? Is it futtef ttanaraff? Boesyourscft'ltck?
Is it dry or In a heated condition ? If theco are same'of
yoursyaiptoms bo warned in tlmeoryouwlilbecomobald.
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ugiaurD,uu( nuBiisuuRns -
tho folllclM, it tlcpt fatttng
.. TV" Eeen tbe scalp elaaa,
the use ot noohtim ib
ornl dtttroy ta hair.
paid, on rreelptot price.
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Deaf As an Adder.
Tho expression "deaf ns n'n adder"
is from tbo Psalms of DaVid, whoro
it appears in tho following fprm:
"Their poison is liko the poisola of
lerpeuts. Tlioy aro liko tho deaf
adder that stoppeth her ear, which
will not harkou to tho voice of charm
era, charming over.so wiBoly." East
Indian tar sj'.crs toll us that thero is
n widely Availing euporstition in
tho east to tho effect that both tho
viper nnd tho asp stop their ears
when tho charmer is uttering his in
cantations or playing his music by
turning ono car 9 the ground and
twisting tho point of the tail into tho
othor. St. Louis Republic.
The Lost Found.
Miss Agnes M. Clarke has found
tho parallax of Alcyone to bo Ox.
.013. This reminds us of tho school'
boy who, when asked how do you
find tho greatest common divisor, re
plied, "Why, is that durn thing lost
again!" Cincinnati Tribuno.
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ret nrmuta nl
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mom. eminent qrrinatoiusist ana uair ipo
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Bind aristocracy of hurope be p'cssrlbe d I
piaolKMOl niuolime ainontr me nnouuy
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To all Points East and Sontb.
It Is thedlnjng oar route. Jtruns tbronih
vestibule trains; every day lu the year to t
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No change of ears.)
Compesftd of dlnlnecars nsurpajwed,
Pullman drawing room slteners
Heal that oan be eonstraated and ln which
aooomroodatUni are both Iree and lur
nlsbed for liolders of first and steoad-claas
EliEGAMT DAY COACHES.
Acoutlnuots line oonno sting with all
lines. aflordlHB direct ajid uninterrupted
Pullman sHrpe wnatIons easi beat,
cured ln advime tLroSbh any agent of
Through tickets to and from all points
In America, Kng land and Kurope can be
purchased at any ticket ottlco 11 ibis com
pany, Kull Information eonoernlnc rates, tlm
or trttJns.roules andotberdbtali furnished
on iipDllcallon to any agent or
A. D. CHARLTON.
Aaststant tieneral l'aini'r AbI, No,
Ul First street, oor. Washington; I'ovt-
SilAW A, DoWNiNO, AgenU.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
Hours th0 ?u,ekefhte,, ,?fc"d
Hours O11" ,0,M0"city" and Kan'
Through Pullman and Tourlrt Slepen, frM
Reclining Chair Cart, Ulnlng ban.
a II l. I'tiAKK. iPeiiAivAM
t or rate and general Information oall oa
W, . HUHLHURT, AMI. r.
H WaklniUiu tit.. VorM
Tho Oregofl boil Co,
At Halem, tnccdln aetllar fruit taod
lo lb- vlrlulty if -a"w.I)ro. "fi 5f
,s;t U now rowUMhjn In an J, the
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers a.d hMm,
CaMrifet work and repairing.
Court ktr. Opposite Opra Hoas.
- -' I
On Xctcv System.
Thefaiem Uifct asd Tower roM
f,."i.V"?ptn,e v'-HlltP lhlr khs
"u'lNm wiiuiuanuat Bioot rBiijiyar
uuaisiniKIIIII ID oner THO TUDSJO
I Cbl than any tyieni ana at a tkte
thau nuy city on the coast.
Arc Hiul lucaMdcscent
big. Klectrie Utters Kk- iT
lkeldenrtacauba vtlred foriumuy Hakrtsj
a thwlred una the intuwmvra pap tor
Jy an jwlectMO .Motor. Ocs)oe
uuu uimsHisrouaru. lnuuciuif
179 CommercUl St
Sirs ha h not Bold out hat
j simply Diovnt htshup to ttxi
at Llb(ttty atrK
Fresh meets aad lowest prWtn
WISCONSIN CENTRAL UNES
(Ntrthsrn PkIc R. R, Co., Lew-)
LATEST TIME CARD,
Dally Through Trains.
1 WHlath h
1 . Ashland, a
Tickets sold and hatsrace oHk throosrsit
to U palms in tbe Unked Htsne atwl Cnk4sk j
train, tola KaH ad HoiMb. !
Vorlall InJbrmatloa apply J-o yr nsflt'
ticket aerator r &A,Q,romi,
OREGON PACIFIC M1LR0AD CO
E. W. HADLKY, Reaver.
SHORT LINK t OAbIPKNU
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
B. 8. WILLAMSTTK VALbKV..
Leaves Ban Kraaetaeo, Nov.Kh. tttit a4 9
Leave. Yaqutna, Not. tk, 1Mb, aad afea.
Kor frelit and pavsencr MtM shipyty to Mty
agent or purser of this company.
1UH. v UU.'AtiY.aealStijK.
O. T. WARDI AW. T P. H A. .
U. M, 1'OWEltS, Agent, tH'em Dee.
East and South!
THE SHASTA ROUTE i
Southern Pacific Company,
tuuroHXiA xxvzvm TRAUt-avx daily e
tl 16 p, in.
lft 1 A a.m.
' ECiM M, M
Above train. aUip at all sttttona fre
I'orliand tn Albaoy lBolusivo:lsoatTant
Mlitd. Halttar. Marnetiarsr.
. -. .; ' ' -'. r':. ;. . ....''
, Mamstiunr, juacuoa i;iy,
to Ashland Inclusive.
irviov, curene anu an puiwmiruwnuKiurf
y p. at.
1:9 p. m.
M p. m.
SlUilHg Cars fM Mmtt
PULLMAN BDffIT SLSMS
Second Class Steeping; Car
Attached to all through train.
M Side Wm, Mm ftttod
PAILY- (IXCfrT WIAY).
At Atbanv ana fkrllbl
tn.inntllraaoa FiutiSM MaMfMssL
" " . ZZ S - . ' jui '
MrUSMTHAlN llialLY KUB1VAY
ffg.- i-rrz iciTr
1M p. m. I Ar. MeMlnnvllf
To all point la tbe Masters iH4s. fiiMs
K.P. HfKM, At K. l4 '-. A
H- JKOKItLKK, tannar
HONEY TO LOAN
11 Me i sw. i
mn k rom,
I I II I I'T" '".PH. f H fi' " , li't' 1 1 Alij'i'"'' .,'i
7) a. m. ur, xruB Ar. I tm H
liisolnt Ar! mrvaiu Ijv.I Msvav
rtnsloaictuwivf ytm-wm m. -
1. Van Dam.
Nf Vt lA,flM,Jt