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Not long Biuco.iu tho course of a
trial before n certain justice of the
peace, counsel for the defendant re
quested the court to roloon a certain
point, wnereupon tlio counsel for
plaintiff, vhoeo name was Charley
, insisted that tho court had al
ready passed on that point. After
considerable argument and duo de
liberation on tho part of tho court,
the justice, who was Irish, said:
"Chaarloy, this court has nivor
passed on fiat pint."
"Well," said Charley, "will
honor pa3s on 'it now?"
"I do pass on it now," responded
the court with infinite dignity.
"Well, how does your honor
pass on it?' inquired tho perplexed
counsel. The court straightened him
self up, cleared his throat and re
lieved himself by delivering tho fol
lowing in his most imnressivo m.-m.
ner: "Chaarley, yemust abide bythe
law, wbatover it is." Green Bag.
Collar In the Commons.
An observant parliamentary re
porter has been noting tho styles of
collars affected by tho English states
men in tho house of commons. C.
Ks wpencor wears the highest collar.
It is 4 inches deep and looks like
a cuff. John Morloy wears narrow
"turnovers." Joey Chamberlain uses
tho "white wings" pattern aud
changes h collars three times aday.
"Bloody" Balfour wears "turnoveis"
which exaggerate the length of his
neck. Sir William Harcourt afreets
tho fat men's pattern, size 18, with
flaring points. Mr. Gladstone's col
lars, familuir to everyone through i
cartoons, are bigger t.il higher than
ever and threaten in time to reach
quite, to the tos of his ears. Lon
Schumann, the famous musician, is
the principal character of an amusing
story told by a Vienna critic: "The
composer once accompanied his wife,
who was oven then a celebrated pi
anist, to the palace when sue went
to play before tho king of Holland
and was gratified by tho monarch t
compliments of her performance.
'Hie composer was somewhat sur
prised, however, when tho king
turned to him and courteously in
quired. 'Are you also musical?'"
A Distant Kelutlve.
Gideon, speaking of a brother ol
his, began, "My distant relative."
"What! dibtant, you say?" inter
rupted a friend.
"I should think so. He holds an
appointment in the Philippine is
lands." Madrid Couiico.
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they also correct all disorders of the stomach,
stimulate the llrer and regulate the bowels.
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but fortunately their goodnew does not mi
here, and those who once try them will' flna
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yi jkllk Mfrie.,
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laralatM a family of .nine &!-?$&
remedy for Coub, Colds "? was IWty
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I ' im i "SascsrmmmmlttH rnri
Ohio and Indiana) although fairly
friendly to tramns. nr ,!
certain "hostile" features. Themain
one of these is the well known "tim
ber lesson"-clubbing at the hands of
the inhabitants of certain towns I
experienced this muscular inRtrno.
tion at ono unfortunate timo in my
me, unu i must say tnat it is ono of
tho best remedies for vagabondage
that exists. But it is very crude and
In company with two other tramps
I was made to run tho trantlet ex
tending from ono end of tho town of
Oxford, Ind., to tho other. The
boys and men who were "timbering"
us threw rocks and clubbed us most
diligently. I came out of tho scrape
with a rather. 6oro back, and should
probably have suffered more had I
not been able to run with rather more
than the usual speed. One of my fel
low sufferers, 1 heard, was in a hospi
tal lor some. time. My other com
panion had his eye gouged terribly.
and I fancy that he will never visit I
that town again.
Apart from the "timber" custom,
whichl understand is now practiced
in other communities also, these two
states -are good begging districts.
There are plenty of tramps within
their boundaries, and when "the
eagles are gathered together" the car
cass to bo preyed upon is not far
Traits Inherited Front a Stepfather.
Touching our note on "Telegony,"
we have received a communication
which may interest Professor Ro
manes. It is to the effect that in a
certain parish of Wiltshire (particu
lars of which we can furnish him if
he desires it) there is an old woman
whose first husband had "bright red,
thick curly hair," and their only child
had exactly tho same kind of hair.
The woman became a widow, and
she manned secondly a man with
"straight, soft, light brown hair,
with not the least shade of red in it."
No two men could have been more
unlike in appearance. Of the second
family, there were four who resem
bled their father and mother tho
mother had pretty brown hair and
eyes then came a boy and girl ex
actly like the child of the first hus
band, with the 6elf same curly hair,
"regular 'carrots,' bluo oyes, and
They aro all living now, in or near
the parish in question. Perhaps, nay,
probably, there were ancestors of the
true parents, near or remote, wuo
had red hair, and therefore the case
ia not quite a satisfactory one, but
Professor Romanes may think it
worth while to look into it more
closely. London Globe.
The Smile That Never Came.
"Stranger," said the young man
with tho white hair and the dyed
mustache to the photographer, "I
am here to git my picture took, and
I'll tell you how it is. I've jist popped
the question to a widder down our
way with 40 acres of as good ground
as ever a hog stuck his nose into,
and I am now goin to read her an
swer. When you see the pleasant
smile stealin over my face, I want
you to fire off tho olo machine and let
The young man took his position,
but he didn't got the photograph
taken. Instead ho rose to go without
"What's the matter?" asked the
"There hain't nothin tho matter,
'ceptin that sho says she's stuck on a
preacher, and that I ain't got tho
sense I woa borned with, that's all."
It takes the "well brought up"
child to discover the hidden mean
ings of things. The other eveniug,
at Mi's. E 'a in K street, home
body was showing a picture of an
artistic loving cup which had just
been presented to a famous actor by
his professional brethren. Ono of
the party remarked that it had al
wnva been a marvel to him why a
loving cup should have three ban-
"I can account," said he, "for ono
handle as belougiug to the lover and
the other as bolonging to the be
loved, but the third handle"- (
The sin-ill littlo voice of Mrs. E- b
youngest, who has seen two elder
sister! pass through the marriageable
period, piped up:
"That's for tho chaperon.
Could He He a Mother?
,.,-n., nf Korth Dakota tells a
. timr hn has to a large ex-
pntdronped all political problems !
nnd i. absorbed on this question, "Is,
WUU to .. "- ,, - ,. . a
the hen that lays me e Brj
that hatched it the mother of the
Cl Ifthi'distance it is difficult to see
how the aforesaid citizen ean arrive
aTmoi-e than one solution of tta
nuestion. Suppose he bought an in
Stator furnished the heat and
wrhed the egg. Would he be the
"Rivers, you emoke to excess.
Tbati the third time this morning
Se seen you light a frtb gar with
"No, Danks, it's economy. Bavea
AMAZED THE COMANCHES.
Thenrares Dnmfoniided bythe Telephone
Mr W. H. Quinette, post trader
and postmaster at Fort Sill I T
was in town recently conferring with
tho government officials relative to
matters connected with thnf tw,
. ---- VU(,W Vb.
anu among manv intm-PRrimr tr.im
ho spoke of about tho Comancho In
dians who live at that point-was tho
effect produced on them by some
modem inventions in the department
of electricity. Some months ago tho
war department established tele
phone sen-ice between Fort Sill and
a ort Keno, 7o miles away. For their
amusement some of the -officers ar
ranged to have Indians who were
well acquainted with each other
simultaneously brought into tho two
ends of tho telephone line and had
conversation between them onened.
Tho effect of course was magical, as
the voices were at once mutually
recognized, and they wore compelled
to accept tho exnlanation of th
J strange fact that they were hearing
I familiar voices of friends many miles
A much more dramatic scene was
the Indians' first interview with that
wonderful device, the phonograph.
An agent was sent out therefrom the
Smithsonian institution at Washing
ton to get a phonographic record of
tho language and sours of red men for
the archives of thatinstitution A lit
tlo diplomacy resulted in' the agent's
getting his cylinders filled before the
savage suspicions were aroused.
The agent was introduced to tho reg
ular night meeting of the Indians
for dancing, and it was explained
that he had been sent out by the
great father at Washington to get
acquainted with them and see how
they were getting along. The inter
view was nicely interspersed with
conversation, sonorous speeches from
the chiefs, tribal songs and dancing.
Of course the phonograph, adapted
to receiving sounds out of doors, was
meantime making its quiet but in
fallible record, and after awhile they
were informed by Mr. Quinette that
tho agent had something new to
show them. One after another they
were permitted to place their ears to
the instrument from which' came the
familiar sounds of their own voices
in speech and song. Of course it was
too much for them, and after ox
pressing their helpless wonder their
characteristic caution caused them
to refuse to make any further con
tribution to the mysterious device.
But the shrewd Smithsonian agent
had already recorded on that simple
cylinder what will reproduce for fu
ture generations the language of
the wild Comanche long after the
dusky speakers and their descend
ants have passed from the arena of
sublunary affairs. St. Louis Post-
That spelling is not tha necessary
attribute of cleverness or inability to
spell the necessary mark of a fool is
plain enough. No ono who thinks
for a minute or two on tho matter
will fail to remember that he-knows
one or two men who cannot "write
the simplest note without misspell
ings, and that these are byno means
the most stupid of his acquaintances,
hut often the cleverest.
The Duke of Wellington, ifcisnoto
rious, could not spell and therei have
beon plenty of other men of jiiamen
tal caliber quite as illiterate. Some
ono has lately collected a list or dis
tinguished Frenchmen who could not
spell, and heads it with Thiers, who,
tbouKh not a genius, was certainly
one of tho cleverest men that ever
lived. Thiers novor could manage
to spell his native ,languago( though
aa a writer he was correct enough.
Worklnc the Judge.
When tho judge looked over the
collection of pick ups and other vi
cious bric-a-brac spread before him in
tho police courtroom and saw a man
under the sword of justice whom he
had seen thero before, be was wratby.
"Didn't I tell you," he inquired
sternly, "the last time you were ne
if you came again I'd 6end you up
fnv t( dava I"
"Yes, your honor," confessed the
"Then what did you come here
"To git the 60 days, your honor.
Tf nlmaner'n payin board."
Tr. wouldn't do for the court to go
back on ito word, and the prisoner
became a guest of the cityfor ths
time stated-Detroit Free Pre"-i-r.i
m winm and AngeTia Jntf-
Caull, daughters of Colonel John A. Mc
Panll of oueratio fame, hare left the
Mnnola-Mason company. They were re
qnlred to do a danco that wa docidedl
sad all ta trsla of stIIs
,jeopmtl sad loss
EillE MEDICAL CO.
iccaA,,T,tfis:bAY, December io. iaV
ri ii i ?
TlHM.-ttj.ti .n S. ntLirotvi
a JIi Jurr m II. fc'itl.-r. tai
forming in t...t i- .rmoui,.. t ltM.
of tar and feutlvrs k.iowu tohvton
is matched by a Dnclw count,, torn
wliocrwM.il the Delaware tl.iMu..
day tu avail themselves of the ea
marriage laws of Now Jeiu-v Tl
groom was Bartlett A Downs an.
the bride Mis-s Elizabeth Upa, nm
their runaway wedding moved i
rural poet to Ming;
in ir.iilT iinony'.s happy state,
ThrouKli Cupld'e smiles and frowns.
We 1'niU In Kfc, however straicht,
TUere will be Ups and Downs.
When ho begins to say it was his
fault, and she begins to declare ii
was hers, walk softly out of the
room. That ia tho kind of a differ
ence of opinion that leads to an agree
ment. Atchison Globe.
Tact and Vanity,
A lady, being asked whyplairi girl
often get married sooner than hand
some ones, replied that it was "ow
ing mainly to tho tact of the 'plain
girls and tho vanity and want of
tact on tho part of men." ''How do
yon make that out?" asked a gentle
man. "In this way," answered tho
lady. "Tho plain girls flatter the men,
and bo please their vanity, whilo tho
handsome ones wait to bo flattered
by tho men, who haven't tho tojt to
do it" New York Ledger.
Aunt Louisa Eldridge was the guest
of Mrs. Henry E. Abbey at tho opening
or tue new oric opera season.
Col. Henry Mapleson announces that
he is completing arrangements to pro
duce Audran's comic opera, "Miss Rob
inson," in this country next beasou.
Augustin Duly lias secured tho Amer
ican rights to "Mrs, Othello," and when
he returns to Now York Ada Rehnnls
to personnto the title role, which ia now
being acted by Fanny Brouyh at Toole's
Frank W. Sanger lias necured an at
tachment for $i)00 ayninfit Lewis R.
Stockwell in a Miit for royalties on "Mr.
Potter of Texii8"iuid "Mr. Barnes of New
York," played by Mr. Stockwell when he
was manager of Stockwell's theater,
THE NEWEST TRIFLES.
A new -hack comb had the gilded top
traversod by narrow Hues of whitocnam
el, which in other designs aro pierced.
Many rings for men have been Been,
among them sards, slightly convox.i bril
liantly polished and without ornament.
Ono scarcely sees a spoon the bbwl of
which has not been treated in somo man
ner. A design seen had ono edge raised
A new and good design in silver han
dled table cutlery has a smooth highly
polished surface and broken edges.
Some carving sets seen were very hand
some. Prince of Walos cigar lighters, as they
are called, are little devils, red and
black, in every conceivable attitude, but
each has one outstrotched arm holding a
ittle taper. --.Jewe!pr' ( .rcnlar.
What is It?
A substitute for lard?
Upsetting the customs, hab
its, and prejudices of cen
turies? Yes, all this and
more. Cottolene is a new
cooking product it is bet
ter than lard or butter for
cooking, so say such noted
Christina Terhuns Harriett,
Em mat P. Ewlng,
Mrs. S. T. Roror,
Mrs. F. A. Bonson,
and many others; it is
healthier so says every
thoughtful physician; and it
is cheaper as every house
keeper knows when she
finds that ow-ZMthcquan-tity
answers every purpose,
is the purest clarified cot
tonseed oil rnixed with pure
beef fat. It is the best cook
ing material ever devised
for frying anything and
everything easily digested
and highly nutritious.
Beware of Imitation. MV your
grocer for the genuine Cottolene.
N.K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAOO, MEW TOHK, BOBTON.
Maonlactnre SUcdard Creased Ilrlek,
Molded Brlcs In all Patterns for KronU
and sopply lbs trick lor tbe New Halem City
Hall and ifarir the floe build dks eretd
yards near WnlUntlarr, Balem, Or, Mdw
8 ALUM, OREGON,
Kates, $2.50 to 5.00 per Itay
The best hotel between Pmtlan'l asd Han
KraneJ: Klrsl-clas IpIIIU appointments,
fuubles aresenred with the
Umwn Inlbe WUJswelU VaUey.
A, I, WAGNER, Prop.
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair drv
harsh, brittle? Dom It nlit t hB , -ir?S lSlJ. .17?
I who tj-ou need.
yry of now to treat them,
JSoi,01"0'0 " i( "'
I thA lltn nf clvul
and deatrou tha kntr.
If your druppiu o&snnt
i prppwju, on rF3f(
sPt ot price.
.per jar toxorf4.au,
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Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 3Cth and Cbemeketa Street.
Best meataul treo delivery.
136 btate Street.
The United States has tho greatest
number of miles of railroad.
There aro on tho railways of tho Unit
ed Kingdom 17,439 locomotives of all
types, of which 85 per cent belong to
England and Walos.
Tho longest iron railway bridgo in
Germany has been oponed for trafllc. It
spans the Vistula between Fordon and
Uuhnseo in West Prussia and has occu
pied aj years in construction. It cost
Plans are afoot for extensive improve
ments of the South Jersey railroad. A
recent inspection of tho road has result
ed in a determination of tho oulcors to
begin next spring and push tho work of
building tho Capo May branch to Capo
Tho Now York, Lake Erio nnd West
ern is about to begin somo new bridgo
building. On tho Deluwaro division
bridgo No. 0 will bo changed to a Bteol
structuro 180 foot long. A 750 ton bridgo,
with two plato girder spans, will bo
erected on tho Susquehanna division.
Ui;uuO jUuo U jgUU .nuj UjUdUjU
(Instantly removesand forever destroys ob-
jtx-uuuuoie iinir, wueuier upoa me nanas.
mw sromor necK. without discoloration
r injury to tlie moxt dellcnte aSln. Ii
was lor any yenrs tho secret ormu'anl
Wilson, acknowledged by nhvsl
clans a the hlhent unlhonlv anil ih
inosi. eminent drrinauilosiat nnd hulr
clallst that uver lived. During his private
practlutot alire-tliue nmnnir ilin nolillliv
l.ind arlMocnicy of Kurope tie n cribrd
uiuih rwipe, rrice, si ny m ill, scureiy
iipucKta i 'orreupoiiaence confidential. Hole
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ieet In tho world.
If you win 1 1 line DRESS SHOE, miit hthettteri
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tSShoe. ineyflt equiliecuttoRi midetndieoxtns
weir ti veil. If yon with to ecenomlrs In yoor feotwsir,
" is ky purcKailne W. L, Douglu Skoei. Hiros tni
price itimped on the bottom, look for It vrhen you buy
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I'KOFEUSIONAl, AND UUBINE8CAJI0.
V, II. O'AHOr OtO. 0. BIHOUAK.
'AHOY A I1INOI1AM. Attorneys al Law.
ilooma 1, 2 and 8, D'Arcy Halldinc, 141
tjitA tret. Bneclai altonllon srlven to busi
ness la tbe supreme and circuit courts of tbe
state. a 11
mlLMON FOltD, Attorney at law, Halera,
X Orffc-oa, onice upstairs In I'atUJD block
J, IIIUUKK, Attoiney ai lawalem, Ore
gon, Offlce over ilusb's bank
T J.8IIAW.M.W.I10NT HIIAW4IIUNT
) . Attorners t law. Offlre over Uapllal
National ban k.Kalem, Oregon.
JOHN A. (JAKON, Attorney atUw.nx)ms
S and 4, Hush bunk building, Halem,Or,
11. K. IIOVH AM. W. II. 1IUI.MKH.
BUN HAM A HOl.MBS, Attorneys at law
Offloe In Hush block, between State and
Ujurt, on Uoimuerclal street.
TOHN HAYNK. AVTOIlNKY.AT.i AW.
I (olleo ions ruad
Colleo Ions radi d pninipllv remitted
niate ana uoinniercisi
etreeui rialero, Oregon.
TirO.KNIOIITtJN Architect and aurerlo.
VT teoaent. umn, rooms t
and 8 Mush
DU A. DA VH. Labs I'st Oraduate of New
York, give spnclal attention U tbe die
btaes of women and children, rose, throat,
lu"g. kidneys, skin dbvases and surgery.
Office at rldenc, lol nuts street. Consulta
tion flora to 13 a. 10 and 8 to 5 p m. Mm
a ItKOWNB. M IJ.. Physician ana rur.
. gmn. Offlre, Wurpby bio ;kj residence,
K.T O HMITH, DealUi. W BUte street
ns of every dicrlptlon,
BUiern. ureira. rionuw " wi1,
A iucw vyimr
rONH OK VBTKUANriy-H-jropUr Camp No,
S 8, Hons of Veurans. U.H.X iiii Wed.
DMlaWealunot o'clock al the I O.O.T
ball Visiting brotbtrs ar cordially Invited
to attend U H. O. luowxr, Capl.
THurrKcnoN mjimjk no. a a.o. u. w-
1 Heels In tbelr bull In HUU Insurance
Elding, .very ff&. U. W.
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Is It dry or In a heated condition ? If tfieso aro somoof
your symptomsbo warned In timo oryou will become bald C
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J. Li BENNETT & SON.
P. O. Bloels, I
cents a day delivered at
The House Mover.
451 Marion Street.
lias the best facilities lor moving- and' raising-
houses. lnvo orders at uray Ilros., or
From Terminal or Interior Points tbe
I Is the line to take '
To all Points East and South,
It Is tbe dining car rante. ltruns thrriuah
voatlbule tmlus; every' day In tbeyear 10
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No ohange of curs,)
Composed of dlnlngcara unanrpaased,
1'ullman drawing room sleepers
Of latent equipment
Uest that can be constructed and In which
accommodations are both tree and fur
nished for holders of first and second-class
ELEGAKT DAY COAUHEB.
Aoontlnuocs line conneotlng with all
lines, aflordlng direct and uninterrupted
1'ullman slicper rwsenmt Ions can be se
cured In advtnoo UiroagU any agent of
Through tickets to and from all points
In America, England and Kurono can be
purchased at any ticket office ol this com
pany. Pull Information concerning rates, time
of tralna,routeaandotherdetntle furnished
on indication to any agent nr
A. D. OHATILTON,
Assistant (Jeneral fassencer AcenlJ No,
121 first street, cor. Waahlijgliini I ort
Und.Oretfon BHAW& Downino, AkpiiIb.
The Oregon Land Co.,
AtHalem, Is engaged In snlllmi fruit 'audi
In lh vicinity of -alem.Orftftii, wbere more
fruit Is uow growing than In any tmrt of tbe
stntn. COOK S MINTHOICN,
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Cabinet work and repairing.
Court ktreet, Opposite Opera House,
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
flours u'c'er to Omaha an( Kan"
Through Pullmin and Tourlit Sle'pert, Free
Reclining Chair Can, Dining Cars.
ft. II 4. Ol. ARK. I n...,.
ormtM aod jeiKral InfcwuuUon tali po
W. . HUKLMUBT. At. O. , A
V WsAkingtoa Y.OitM
On Meter System,
TO CON8UMER8 .- i
3 be ttalrm Uskt and Pm.r rntti.. no 4 '1
ITA XKrVulUll s'.pp'? Le1' ?i?l5.:
; f.S. "? DOW we lo oner tho publics bcMir
i r.B..-''-"".,",M, umucio ri:Biraiii a
tlmn nuy city on the coast.
Arc autl IncaiuIcsccHt Liskt;
lug. Electric Meters It all
purposes IierepwcrJg r
Heldences can be rlred for as many uckta
H S'1?? na tho coasoraers pay far &lr
179 Gommercial St.
HUNT, Ihe North SalenBattlisr,
8.ys he hns'iiot sold out hut
aiinply.muvtd. his thop to tho
old stiiid at Liberty street
r"resh meats nnd lowest prices
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
(NorUiern Pacific R. R, Co,, Lame.)
' LATEST TIME CARD.
Daily Through Trains.
l. Mlnn. a
1 Htl'aul a
1. Ashland., a
Tlcketi sold and baggage checked throogli
o all polnta In tbe United Mutes and Canada,
, Close connection made In Chicago with a
'thIub going East and Hontb.'
Kor lull Information apply to yenr nntresA
ticket agent or JAB.C.rOND,
l(ln. I'n. and Tkt, Agt.. Chleaeo, m
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
SHORT LIKE td CALIFORNIA
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
a 8. WIIAAMETTK VALLEY-
Uavrs Dan Krancisco, Nov. 6th, 14th and Mrd
aves Yaqulna, Nov. OtR, IBlh, and!lh.
IIATICsl ALWAYB BATI8KAOTORT.
n. K. vuu AttY. nea'lSBDt.
T K. A P A
U. M. ITlWKto, Agent, Bii'sm Deek.
MONEY TO LOAN
m improved Ileal Kstate. in amonnls asd j
mi" u auii. noaeiay in eeHiasrg loans.
FEAR & FORD,
(loom IJ, Hush Bask block, t ldw
Tram aels a gtneral banklnc bus new.
rompl ult nil I n paid to collections. Loam I
principal rltlesofthe wo'ld
r.'cmni uougni ana sota bR hm
I. Van Diivh.
J. M. Martin,
W, A UUSICK.
J. II, ALUKUT.
W. W, MARTIN,
II. V. Mattiikws,
East and Soutl
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company,
CALirOHNIA XXrHDy) TilAlK VN BAILT '
twkkm rouTLANOAxna. r.
Ar. I kINt,
l.v. I 400.
Abova trains sUin at all ststlona
I'ortland to Albany fncluslvo; also at'
Hiiedd, iiaiM))v liarri
lo Atblsbd luclul,
HlMKUUtlU MAIL DAILY!
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FDLLMAN BDFfET SUffllS
Second Class Sliieping' Cirtl
Attached to alltbrcmgh mimi.
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wtfl Wl ? WVI,
li:iftp. 111. 1 Ar.
At AltMur and llorvaliu
trains of (rrnwJJtto HsbHeraML
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and Kutoj h
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