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the vile song, and tlie drunken hiccough,
and the slavering lip. and the guffaw of
idiotic laughter, bursting from the lips of
A numlier of Kansas editors have
The republican press and not n few I
princes, flushed, reeling, bloodshot; while
just returned from an extended trip democratic papers have advanced the DISCOURSE PREACHED SUNDAY, JAN.' mingling with it all I hear, “Huzza! huzza!
throughout the south and the articles idea that the election of Gov. Hill of
for great Belshazzar!”
25, BY DR. TALMAGE.
AS THEY SAW IT.
SENATORS AND THE PRESIDENCY
A SERMON ON BABYLON.
time when the mirth is dashing to"the tip
top pitch Death breaks In at the banquet.
We have often seen the same thing illus
trated. Here is a young man just come
from college. He is kind. He is loving.
He is enthusiastic. He is eloquent. By
one spring he may bound to heights
toward which many men have been strug
gling for years. A profession opens before
him. He is established in the law. His
friends cheer him. Eminent men encour
After a while you may see him standing
in the United States senate, or moving a
popular assemblage by his eloquence, as
trees are moved in a whirlwind. Some
night he retires early. A fever is on him.
Delirium, like a reckless charioteer, seizes
the reins of his intellect. Father and
mother stand by and see the tides of his
life going ont to the great ocean. The ban
quet is coming to an end. The lights of
thought and mirth and eloquence are
being extinguished. The garlands are
snatched from the brow. The vision is
gone. Death at the banquet!
THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL.
appearing in the different papers are New York to the United States senate
What is that on the plastering of the
interesting indeed. We will deal with has killed his chances as a presidential A Graphic Inscription of the Wonders
wall? Is it a spirit? Is it a phantom? Is
Ua» Co»r. per year, inadvance................ .$2 00 two of them an independent and u re nominee in 1892. The New York
of this Ancient Pagan City—Some Les-, it God? Out of the black sleeve of the
•ice Copy, six months in advance.............. 1 00 publican.
IForftZ differs and [cites the following
sons That Should Be Heeded to Be | darkness a finger of fiery terror trembles
through the air and comes to the wall,
Editor Lindsay of ttie Kansas City examples to cast aside this impression:
Drawn from Its Fall.
circling about as though it would write,
Star (Ind.) talks in the following man
and then, with sharp tip of flame, en
Entered at the postotiiceat McMinnville
ner. ft Was in the New Iberia parish whether Gov. Hill should accept the
graves on the plastering the doom of the
Oregon, as second-class matter.
that the best opportunity was afforded senatorship, it was contended by some ing in the Academy of Music in this city, king. The music stops. The goblet falls
from the nerveless grasp. There is a thrill.
T he advertising R ates oe T he T f . le - of seeing the agricultural south as it is. of of his most ardent friends and ad and he repeated it to-night at The Chris There is a start. There is a thousand
phoxe -R eoister are liberal, taking in New Iberia is something over 10O miles mirer« tliat an election to the senate tian Herald service In the New York Acad
shriek of horror. I^t Daniel be
consideration the circulation. Single from New Orleans, and although the would lie the end of his presidential emy of Music. His text was Daniel v, 30: voiced
inch. $1.00; each subsequent inch. $.75.
“In that night was Belshazzar, the king of brought in to read that writing. He comes
in. He reads it, “Weighed in the balance
Special inducements for ready or semi- smallest parish in Lousiana, it has the possibilities, Iiecause no one has step the Chaldeans, slain.”
largest number of farms and probably ped from the senate to the White After the site of Babylon had been se and found wanting.”
Meanwhile the Assyrians, who for two
lected, two million of men were employed years
J ob W o be N eatly A nd Q uickly E xecuted the most advanced system of agricul house.
had been laying siege to that city,
at reasonable rates Our facilities are ture. It was in this parish that so
This is not an old delusion. It is em
took advantage of that carousal and came
th« best in Yamhill county am) as good much trouble was had with the negroes inently modern. It was invented to cipal works. The walls of the city were in. I hear the feet of the conquerors on
sixty miles in circumference. They were
as any in the state A complete steam
DEATH AT THE BANQUET.
a few years ago, and members of tho explain the defeat of Roscoe Conkling surrounded by a trench, out of which had the palace stairs. Massacre rushes in with
plant insures quick work.
a thousand gleaming knives. Death bursts
We saw the same thing on a larger scale I
party took occasion to inquire into the in the convention of 1876, although as been dug the material for the construction upon the scene, and I shut the door of illustrated at the last war in this country.'
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KESOLl'TIOMS of loXDOLUXi r. ASP ALL O1UT-
of the city. There were twenty-five gates
uary' Poetry will be charged for at regular difficulty and the present relations be a matter of fact Mr. Conkling suffered of solid brass on each side of the square that banqueting hall, for I do not want to Our whole nation had been sitting at a!
tween the races. They were told, ami because he represented Grant. Sub city. Between every two gates a great look. There is nothing there but torn national banquet—north, south, east and
substantiated tlie state sequently it was seized upon to account tower sprang up into the heavens. From banners, and broken wreaths, and the slush west. What grain was there but we grew
A ll C ommunications M ist B e S igned B y
of upset tankards, and the blood of mur it on our hills. What invention was there
the person who sends them, not for pub ment, that there was no friction and no lor Mr. Blaine's defeat at the polls, al each of the twenty-five gates on either side dered womeu, and the kicked and tumbled but our rivers must turn the Dew wheel
lication, unless unaccompanied by a ‘ non likelihotxl of any trouble so long as the though the personal issue which dom a street ran straight through to the gate carcass of a dead king. For “in that night and rattle the strange shuttle. What warm
on the other side, so that there were fifty
de plume,” but for a guarantee of good
faith. No publications will he published fxiliticians would leave the negroes inated the campaign in 1884 was the streets, each fifteen miles long, which gave was Belshazzar, the king of the Chaldeans, furs but our traders must bring them
from the Arctic. What fish but our nets
unless so signed.
alone. The force bill would only have outcome of Mr. Blaiue’sadministration to the city an appearance of wonderful slain.”
HEAD IT AS IT IS.
must sweep them for the markets. What
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I go on to learn that when God writes music but it mnst Bing in our halls. What
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither F or a tendency to precipitate a race war ; of the speakership and he retired from
The houses did not join each other on the anything on the wall, a man had better
the editorial or business departments, to and result in a persecution of the ne-1 the senate in March 1881.
but it must speak in our sen
ground, and between them were gardens
T he T elephone -R egister . McMinnville.
it as it is. Daniel did not misinter ates. Ho! to the national banquet, reach
groes. In many eases the negroes them-
The most modem instance of the foot and shrubbery. From housetop to house read
pret or modify the handwriting on the
selves were interviewed,but they rarely , that it is nothing better than a delusion top bridges swung, over which the inhab wall. It is all foolishness to expect a min ing from mountain to mountain, and from
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» ample C opies O f T he T elephoxe -R egis - comprehended the effect which the law is furnished by Mr. Garfield’s case. He itants were accustomed to pass. A branch ister of the Gospel to preach always things sea to sea! To prepare that banquet the
sheepfolds and the aviaries of the country
ter will be mailed to any person in tlie
of the Euphrates went through the city,
j was elected to the senate in the winter over which a bridge of marvelous structure that the people like or the people choose. sent their best treasures. The orchards
United States or Europe, who desires one, would have.
up on the table their sweetest frnits.
free of charge
Possibly the most radical republican of 1880 and in the summer of the same was thrown, and under which a tunnel ran. night ? Shall I tell you of the dignity of piled
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To keep the river from overflowing the city human nature? Shall I tell you of the The presses burst out with new wines. To
Wt Ixvrrx You i'o l osrutr. T he T ele in the state of Kansas is Ed Greer of year be was nominated for the presi- in
that table came the yeomanry of
time of freshet, a great lake was ar wonders that our race has accomplished?
phone -R egister with anv other paper the Winfield
f'oio o ,-. He believes deucy. The eclat of his election to tlie ranged
to catch the surplus, in which the “Oh, no!” you say; “tell me the message New Hampshire, and the lumberman of
published in Yamhill county.
Maine, and the Carolinian from the rice
in a high protective tariff, thinks trusts senate— for the Ohio republicans ad- water was kept as in a reservoir until times
that came from God.’’ I will. If there is fields, nnd the western emigrant from the
and combines are for the best commer- vanccd him with much enthusiasm— of drought, when it was sent streaming any handwriting on the wall it is this les pines
of Oregon, and we were all brothers
All subscribers who do not receive their cial interests of the country and stands [ greatly stimulated the feeling for him down over the thirsty land. A palace son, “Accept of Christ and be saved!” I —brothers
stood at each end of the Euphrates bridge: might talk of a great many other things, feast ended. at a banquet. Suddenly the
paper regularly will confer a favor by im
mediately reporting the same to this office. by the party though the heavens fall, throughout the country and made his one palace a mile and three-quarters in but that is the message, and so I declare it.
I have also to learn from the subject that
“No use talking about that force bill,” nomination possible,
compass, and the other palace seven and a
Jesus never flattered those to whom he
destruction of the vicious, and of those
said he on his return home “it won't go. I But there arc other illustrations half miles in circumference. The wife of preached. He said to those who did wrong the
who despise God, will be very sudden. The
Thursday. January 29, 1891.
If they did not get so many votes in I which serve still better, Henry (’lay
and who were offensive in his sight, “Ye wave of mirth had dashed to the highest
among the mountains of Media, could not
congress I would be an enthusiast, but was elected to the senate and took his stand it in this flat country of Babylon, generation of vipers! ye whited sepulchers! point when that Assyrian army broke
can ye escape the damnation of hell!” through. It was unexpected. Suddenly,
I am against it anyhow.”
I seat oil March 4, 1831. Instead of in- and so to please her Nebnchailnezzar had u how
SILVER AND LABOR.
Paul the apostle preached before a man almost always, comes the doom of those
juring his presidential prospects his
who was not ready to hear him preach. who despise God and defy the laws of
midst of the city.
Let us suppose that free coinage is
GOLD AND PROPERTY.
What subject did be take? Did lie say, men. How was it at the deluge? Do you
then recent promotion aidid him.. He the
adopted and that gold has been driven
was his party* candidate in 1832 against races, for thcsnpport of whicli great arches “Oh! you are a good man, a very fine man, suppose it camo through a long northeast
a very noble man?” No; he preached of
so that [x-ople for days before were
out of circulation Iiecause it is t<m valu A Sult Lake clitic of the New York ' Andrew Jackson.
were lifted. On the top of these arches flat . righteousness to a man who was unright storm,
sure it was coming? No; I suppose the
B'o/’.'rf says that property has fallen
able to be used as money.
Martin Van Buren was in the senate stones were laid; then a layer of reeds and eous; of temperance to a man who was the I morning was bright, that calmness brood
What will lie the effect of this on the and is at a discount to-day of more than when he was first voted for for vice- bitumen; then two rows of hrickx, closely ; victim of bad appetites; of the judgment ed on the waters; that beauty sat en
cemented; then thick sheets of lead, upon to come to a man who was unfit for it. So throned on the hills, when suddenly the
man who earns and lives on wages? In 20 per cent, all over this <«>untry. I he ' president.
which the soil was placed. The earth here we must always declare the message that heavens burst, and the mountains sank
the first place his lalxir will lx» paid for JForW in answer says;
Andrew .Jackson was a senator when deposited was so deep that the largest trees I happens to come to us. Daniel must read like anchors into the sea that dashed clear
at market rates. These market rates This is an excellent example of the : i1(, was a candidate in 1824, receiving, had room to anchor their roots. All the i it as it is. A minister preached before over the Audes and the Himalayas.
of the flowery tropics was spread ont' James I of England, who was .Tames VI
will iie determined as they are now, by confusiou into which the average mind ; as a result of the election, 99 electoral glory
OVERWHELMED IN THE WATERS.
The Red sea was divided. The Egyptians
the law of supply and demand. As the may lie thrown by a double standard votes against 84 for John Quincy Ad have seemed to one below as though the of Scotland. What subject did lie take?
king was noted all over the world for tried to cross it. There could be no danger.!
law makes a dollar a dollar, whether it comjiosed of two metals of unequal | ams, 41 for William A. (‘rawford alid clouds were all in blossom, and the very The
being unsettled and wavering in his ideas. The Israelites had just gone through. I
sky leaned on the shoulder of the cedar. What did the minister preach about to Where they had gone, why not the Egyp
lie made of gold or silver, wages will be value. If piojierty has depreciated 20 37 for Henry Clay.
At the top an engine was constructed
man who was James I of England tians ? Oh! it was sneb a beautiful walking
paid in silver at rates fixed when gold per cent in value what is the standard
A ¡»olitician’s myth has often very which drew the water from the Euphrates, this
and James VI of Scotland? He took for place! A pavement of tinged shells and
was the standard. It is a general law
little Basis, and this one tliat a senator far below, and made it spout up amid this his text James i, 6: “lie that wavereth is pearls, and on either side two great walla
of economics that in a general rise in Gold, of course. Then if every fall of is out of the presidential race is no ex- garden of the skies. All this to please his like a wave of the sen, driven with the of water—solid. There can be no danger.
she must have been pleased. wind and tossed.”
price is due to the stublxirnness of gold Iception
prices wages are the last to go up.
Forward, great liosts of the Egyptians!
to the rule. it will be time wife! I think
THE TEMPLE OF HELUS.
Hugh Latimer offended the king by a Clap tlie cymbals, aud blow the trampets
Wliat the wage earner buys, however, in remaining valuable, and is. to * enough to consider tlie presidential In the midst
victory! After them! We will catch
will be paid for on a gold basis; that is, I measured by gold what g.xid will sil nominations next year, hut this myth temple of Belus. One of its towers was “Hugh Jjatimer, come and apologize.” them
yet. and they shall be destroyed. But
the price marked on a suit of clothes
“I will,” said Hugh Latimer. So the day the walls begin to tremble. They rock!
may as well be disposed of now.
will be advanced a little more than the
was appointed, and the king’s chapel was They fall! The rashing waters! The shriek
great advantage, as, being at so full of lords and dukes, and the mighty of drowning men! The swimming of the
difference in value between a gold and preciate from the silver standard, but ■ Mr. E. L. Godkin, in the February tronomers
great a height, one could easily talk with men and women of the country, for Hugh war horses iu vaiu for the shore! The
silver dollar. The wage earner must silver will go down nnd gold will re-1 number of the Forum, undertakes to the stars. This temple was full of cups ' Latimer was to apologize. He began his strewing of the great host on the bottom of
pay the premium on gold for everything main where it is in all its arrogance prove that the expedition to relieve and statues and censers, all of gold. One i sermon by saying: “Hugh IjQtimer, be the sea, or pitched by the angry wave on
that he buys Iiecause lie buys with and stiffness. If what is worth a gold Emin was clearly a piratical undertak- image weighed a tbonsand Babylonish ta- ! think thee! Thou art in the presence of the beach -a battered, bruised and loath
lents, which would be equal to fifty-two
By making money' dollnr to-day becomes worth less than i tng, since it had the sanction of no gov- million dollars. All this by day; but now ' thine earthly king, who can destroy thy some wreck! Snddenly destruction came.
body. But bethink thee, Hugh Latimer, One-half hour before they could not have
cheap, congress does not thereby cheap the gold dollar to-morrow because gold j eminent and its leader was responsible night was about to come down on Babylon. I that thou art in the presence of the King believed it. Destroyed, and without
en the things that money buys. Labor
of heaven and earth, who can destroy both remedy.
began to lengthen. The Euphrates body and soul in hell fire.” Then he
I am just setting forth a fact, which you
does not go up so fast as other commo of an increase in the foreign wheat crop gument Mr. Godkin shows that the towers
rolled on, touched by the fiery splendors of preached with appalling directness at the have noticed as »veil as I. Ananias coma«
dities because workingmen are not in a silver will not bring the haughty yel sympathy for Emin which caused the the setting sun, and gates of brass, bur king’s crimes.
the apostle. The apostle says, "Did you
(Smition to control the world’s labor low metal to its senses. The truth is, expedition to Iundertaken was a sen nished aud glittering, opened and shut THE BEGINNING AND THE END CONTRASTED. Bell the land for so much?” He says,
market. Labor, therefore, will be |mid the man who believes that projierty is tirnent liorn of the Gordon myth, nini like doors of flame. The hanging gardens
Another lesson that comes to us. There “Yes.” Itwasalie. Dead! asquick astbat!
of Babylon, wet with the heavy dew, began
in silver as if it were gold and will buy cheapened Iiecause that which meas he points out the curious fact that the to ponr from starlit flowers and dripping | is a great difference between the opening Sapphira, his wife, comes in. “Did you
ures its value is “lion-elastic” has a people of Africa owing to the slave leaf, a fragrance for many miles around. of the banquet of sin and its close. Young sell the land for so much?" “Yes.” It was
in silver at its true value.
a lie; and quick as that she was dead.
kind of mind that will lielievc that trade, have always been regarded as fit The Btreets and squares were lighted for < man, if you had looked in upon the ban God's judgments uro upon those who de
in the first, few hours, you would
cloth shrinks because the length of the , spoil for pirates even by civilized na dance and frolic and promenade. The quet
SEND HIM TO THE SENATE.
him an<l defy him. They come sud
and galleries of art invited the have wished you had been invited there, denly.
yardstick is immutable.
tions who hold no such notions even theatres
wealth and pomp and grandeur of the
The destroying angel went through
.Sylvester Pennoyer stands no chance
aliout any other savages. Mr. Godkin city to rare entertainments. Scenes of grandeur of Belshazzar’s feast!” you would Egypt. Do you suppose that any of the
have said; hut yon look in at the close of
of securing a presidential nomination,
expresses the highest admiration for
the banquet., and your blood curdles with people knew that he »vas coming? Did
owing to the geographical location of
Mr. Stanley’s courage and endurance, street; godless mirth, and outrageous ex horror, ’flic King of Terrors has there a they hear the flap of liis great wing? No!
Suddenly, unexpectedly, he came.
this state, and the papers that are push
I.k, induct of the king’s palace to do their mightiest deeds ghastlier banquet; human blood is the no! Skilled
sportsmen do not like to shoot a
wine, and dying groans are the music.
ing his nomination are attempting to ' a library of 4,090 law books. This is ■> expedition. It is its legal character of darkness.
has made itself a king in the earth. It
-Jielittle-luBLiu tbecyesxrf the world-by comment on our judicial system. Nine- only that he criticizes. Other articles A royal feast to-night at the king's pal Sin
ha* crowned itself. Jt has spread a ban are skilled they pride themselves on tak
saying that it would lx* the greatest ad j tyfive of these books are reports of eases that will appear in the February/hrum ace! Rushing up to the gates are cliariots. i quet. It invites all the world to come to ing it on tho »ring, and they wait till it
upholstered with precious cloths from De |
vertising scheme for Oregon possible. I tried in England and the various states are “The Vanishing Surplus,” by Sen dan and drawn by fire eyed horses from it. It has huTn* in its hiuqueting hall the starts. Death is an old sportsman, and he
loves to lake men flying under the very
Notwithstanding the efforts of the ster | of the Union, and contain judge-made ator Carlisle, “The Farmer’s Changed Togarm all, that rear and neigh in the i spoils of all kingdoms and the banners of sun. He loves to take them on the wing.
all nations. It has gat hered from all mu
ile Oregonian and the balance of the law. We elect men to 'ongress and Condition,” by Prof. Rodney Welch: grasp of the charioteers, while a thousand sic. It ha« strewn, from its wealth, the
A WORD TO THE UXCONVBCTED.
lords dismount, nnd women dressed in all tab es and t he floors an I arches. And yet
Are there any here who are unprepared
republican press, the popularity of I state legislatures to make laws, yet only “The Government and the Indians,’’l>y the
splendors of Syrian emerald, and the how often is that bauqr.et broken up. and for the eternal world? Are there any here
the governor is still evident. His pop
Hiram Price; a biographical essay by color blending of agate, and thechasteness
horrible L its en t! Ever a.id anon who have lieen living without God and |
ularity with the people of Oregon was ' liound to oliey arc made in legislative ■ Prof. Gilderslecvc, of the Johns Hop- of coral, and the somber glory of Tyrian how
without liojie? Let me say to yon that you i
well illustrated in the last election. He |
| kins l nt verity an<l half a dozen other purple, and the princely embroideries king falls. A great culprit is arrested. had better accept of the Ix>rd Jesus Christ, '
is a man of the people and as United is made by English and American I essavs<
knees of wickedness knock toget her. lest suddenly your last chance be gone. '
desert, and by ships from Tarshish actnsa The
God’s judgment, like an armed hast-, breaks The lungs will cease to breathe, the heart
States senator to succeed Dolph would ■ judges, who in theory, are made to de- ■
in upon the banquet; and that night is will stop. The time will come when you
Newspapers across the sea say that
LET THE GUESTS COME IN.
have a livening effect upon the Oregon cide cases in accordance with existing
Belshazzar, the king of the Chaldeans, shall go no more to the office, or to the
delegation at Washington. His man
store, or to the shop. Nothing will be left
come in. The chamberlains aud cup bear slam.
Here 1- a young man who say.-: “I can ont Death and Judgment and Eternity.
hood and sterling strength of character bulk of the laws the people are l.ound I-urope. Russia and Germany do ers are all ready. Hark to the rustle of
Oh! flee to God this hour! If there be one
would shine as a bright light beside the to obey.
the robes, aud to the carol of the music! not see why they make such a fuss about in this presence who has wandered tar
the intoxicating cup Why, it is exhila
person lie succeeds. By all means let
away from Christ, though he may not have
Fill the cups Clap the cymbals. rating! It makes me feel well, i cun talk beard the call of tho gospel for many a
this idea of sending Gov. Pennoyer to' existing statute of Oregon, and give to grate. We would rather have them ners.
better, think better, feel better. I cannot
the United States senate take root. It ■ each paragraph, section and clause the fiRl't than hear so much talk about it. with song and dance and ovation: and let see why people have such a prejudice I year, I invite him now to come and be
it.’’ A few years pass on, and he saved. Flee from thy sin! Flee to the
would be the best thing for Oregon pos most critical study, ami to each Word R *s rather tiresome to lw expcceting that Babylonish tongue be palsied that against
of the gospel! Now is the ac
therein a scholarly and close attention, i American wheat to go up in price and will not say, “Oh. King Belshazzar. live wakes up and finds himself in the clutches stronghold
of an evil habit which he tries to break, cepted time, now is the day of salvation.
and yet he would know less than five then have dur hopes east to the ground forever!”
, my young friends! May you
Ah! my friends, it was not any common I but cannot; and he cries out, 1 Oh, Lord have rosy sleep, guarded by him who never
per cent, of the potential law« of this I'.v a dispatch stating that the matter banquet
IT IS FINISHED.
to which these great people came. God, help me!” It seems as though God slumbers! May you awake iu the morning
state. When he knows thoroughly has been settled by arbitration. Both All parts of the earth hail sent their rich would not hear his prayer, and in an agony ! strong and well! But oh! art thou a de-
body and soul he cries out, “It biteth
John J. I ngalls is no more. He passed every expression of the legislative will. countries seem to be wanting a row, est viands to that table. Brackets and of
like a serpent, and it stingeth like an spiser of God? Is this thy last night on
from public life Wednesday and de of his state, he must explore thousands hut they can't agree upon the terms, chandeliers flashed their light upon tank adder.” How bright it was at the start! earth? Shonldst thou be awakened in the
ardsot burnished gold. Fruits, ripe and
parted to the great unknown of a Kan of volumes to find out tlie judicial will. Let an American sport go over there luscious, in baskets of silver, entwined How black it was at the. last!
light by something, thou knowest not
THE HORRORS OF A SINFUL LIFE.
what, and there be shadows floating in the
sas raneTi immediately. Thus is justice The legislative will has bounds «et to • and tlx up the articles for the heavy with leaves, plucked from royal conserva
Here is a man who begins to read cor room, aud a handwriting on the wail, aud
meted out. He has been the most vile, its scope by constitutions;-but the pow weights to sign. Plenty of backers can tories. Vases, inlaid with emerald and rupt
novels. “They are so charming,” fou feel that your last hour is come, and
with exquisite traceries, filled with
venomous, vituperative as well as vain er of the judiciary to make laws is illim lx1 found on this side of the water to ridged
nuts that were thrashed from forests of says he, “I will go out and see far myself there be a fainting at the heart, and a
senator of the age. He has not com itable and irresponsible as tho nets of put up all the money necessary for the distant lands. Wine brought from the royal whether all these things are so.” lie opens tremor iu the limb, aud a catching of the
vats,foaming in the decanters and bubbling the gate of a sinful life. He goes in. A breath—then thy doom would be but an
manded the respect of his party or of theczarof Russia.- Grants Pass t’wirl'r. purse.
in the chalices. Tufts of cassia and frankin siDfnl sprite meets him with her wand, •cho of the words of the text, “In that
his colleagues. He is a brilliant fool
Let the next democratic state con cense wafting their sweetness frcui wall and She waves her wand, and it is all enchant- night was Belshazzar, the king of the Chal-
and he leaves public office without a re On the third page of this issue an in vention nominate Governor Sylvester table. Gorgeous banners unfolding in tho ment. Why, it seems as if the angels of ' leans, slain.”
THE GOSPEL INVITATION.
gret on the part of any one but himaelf. teresting and instructive letter appears Pennoyer for United States senator, breeze that came through the opened win God had poured out phials of perfume in
Hear the invitation of the Gospel! There
His successor is the editor of the A’oii- from M. Collins, superintendent of the anil pledge the party to elect him pro dow, bewitched with the perfume of hang the atmosphere. As he walks on he finds
one in this house to whom I
gardens. Fountains rising up from in-
sas Farmer, Alfred Pfeiffer a Pennsyl McMinnville creamery. He speaks of vided they carry the legislature. Such ing
closnres of ivory iu jets of crystal, to fall age and the ravines more resonant with shall never speak again, and therefore let
vania Dutchman but a man of more a meeting of persons interested in dai a course would insure a complete dem in clattering rain of diamonds and jiearls. the falling water. Oh! what a charming It be in the words of the Gospel, and not in
than ordinary ability. Ingalls ha» dis rying, in order to discus* matters per ocratic victory in the state. The jieo- Statues of mighty men looking down from landscape he seesBut that sinful sprite I my own, with which I close: “Ho, every
her wand meets him again; but now one that thirsteth! Come ye to the waters.
appeared from public life and the peo taining to the business. The T ele ple would elect a solidly democratic niches in the wall upon crowns and shields with
brought from subdued empires. Idols of she reverses the wand, and all the enchant And let him that hath no money come,
ple of Kansas are especially grateful.
phone -R egister seconds the idea and legislature, in order to replace Dolph wonderful work, standing on pedestals of ment is gone. The cup is full of poison. buy wino and milk without money, and
without price.” "Come unto me, all ye
will do all in its |w>wer to make the
precious stones. Embroideries drooping The fruit turns to ashes.
All the leaves of the bower arc forked I who are weary and heavy laden, and I will
It is almost a settled fact that the meeting a success. Its columns arc with a num of Pcnuoyer’s integrity and about the windows aud wrapping pillars
of cedar, and drifting on floor inlaid with tongues of hissing serpents. The flowing i give you rest.” Oh! that my Lord Jesus
force bill will not pass the senate. This open to all persons who wish io discuss ability.— Roseburg Review.
ivory and agate. Music, mingling the fountains fall back in a dead pool, stench ' would now make himself so attractive to
is good news to every one who desires dairying or its kindred interests It
A rich Canadian is travelling about thrum of harps, and the clash of cymbals, ful with corruption. The luring songs be i your souls that you cannot resist him: and
fair and impartial government. This has already, during the year 1888, pub the country’ with a mission. That mis and the blast of trumpets in one wave of come curses and screams of demoniac | that, if yon have never prayed before, or
state of attairs has been brought about lished lengthy articles on Ensilage sion is to save shoe leather to the world transport that »vent rippling along the laughter. Lost spirits gather about him have not prayed since those days when you
by the democratic, ami a number of and the construction of a silo. If it is He insists that if everybody would cov wall, and breathing among the garlands, and feel for his heart, and beckon him on knelt down at your mother’s dcuee, then
pouring down the corridors, and thrill with ‘'Hail, brother! JIail, blasted spirit, that to-night you might pray, saying:
fair minded republican senators, who the desire of the dairymen of the coun er three inches more at every step the and
Just as I am, without one plea
ing the souls of a thousand banqueters.
' hail!” He tries to get out. lie comes to
arc working for the interest« of the ty to hold such a meeting we would l>e saving in lxiots and shoes in America
But that toy blood was shed for ma
The sigual is given, and the lords and the front door where he entered, and tries
And that thou bid'st me come to thee.
people at large and not tor a l’ar*.'•• pleased to have the fact made know n alone would lie $27,990,009 a year, It’s ladies, the mighty men and women of the : to push it back, but the door turns against
O iamb of God, I come!
land, come around the table. Pour ont the him, and in the jar of that shutting door
t<) ug |>efore definite arrangements have worth thinking of.
.if you cannot think of so long
wine. Ixrt foam and bubble kiss the rim! he hears these words, “This night is Bel
The Australian ballot bill was passed been made, as we may be of service to
Hoist every one his cup, and drink to the shazzar, the king of the Chaldeans, slain.” prayer as that, I will give you a shorter
No serious row has occurred in the sentiment, “Oh, King Belshazzar, live for Sin may open bright as the morning. It prayer tiiat you can say, “God, be merciful
by the house Tuesday without a dis the farmers iu more ways than one.
to me, a sinner!” Or, if you cannot think
legislature this far, in fact but few dis ever?’ Bestarred headband and carcanet ends dark as the night!
senting vote. In the senate it will re
I learn further from this subject that of so long a prayer as that, I will give you
ceive rough handling at the hands of SHILOH’S Vitaiizer is what vou need for cussions have taken place on any meas of royal beauty gleam to the uplifted chal-
a still shorter one that you may utter,
loss of appetite, dizziness nnd ure. This indicates that our legislators . ioes, as again and again and again they are Death sometime* breaks in upon a banquet. "Lord, save me, or I perish!” Or if that
Joe Simon who lias several amendments constipation,
all symptoms of dyspepsia: price 10 ami 75 have rare good sense and would rather emptied. Away with care from the palace! Why did be not go down to the prisons in be too long a prayer, you need not utter
which are necessary lie thinks as they cents per bottle. Sold r>y Howorth and Co.
Tear royal dignity to tatters! Pour out Babylon? There were people there that one word. Just look and live!
secure him the control of the mu Why will you cough when Shiloh’s cure work than spend time in making pretty more wine! Give us more light, wilder would like to have died. I suppose there
nicipality of Portland and thus the pol will give immediate relief. Price 10 ct«.. 50 speeches. Let the present harmony
I lord, captain ogles to captain. Goblets city who would have welcomed Death. But sold bv u« on a guarantee. It cures con
et«. and fl
ities of the state.
There comes In ‘ he comes to the palace; and just at the sumption. Sold Dy Howorth and Co
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