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Thursday, August 6 1891
The unreliability of the news from
Chili is astonishing. It seems as if one
of our great enterprising newspapers
could make a great hit by sending a
reliable correspondent to the scene of
of trouble. The dispatches have the
look of a paid reader.
Tne farmers of this country can not
be hood-winked into the idea that the
MeMinley bill is the cause of the large
crops and prospective good prices. A
bnlficient providence and a failure of
crops in other countries are the cause
is of the present situation.
If the republican party does not
suffer defeat in the year 1892 it will be
cause of the reciprocity scheme of Jas.
G. Blaine. This is the straw at which
the drownding party grasped. It is yet
to be determined whether or not it is
buoyant enough to float it.
The working man who pays more
for his dinner pail and who finds that
a cotton print that once could be worn
by his wife is now beyond his means
is not the man that is fooled into l>e-
lieving that he is really blessed by the
law of McKinley, because the dealer
in olive oil is able to procure the cotton
oil substitute cheaper.
Monday the election was held in
Kentucky and it passed ofl very quiet
ly. The legislators of the state will
stand about as follows: farmers and
farmer democrats, 73; straight demo
crats, 56; republicans, 15. The govern
or and state officers were elect^l by
majorities ranging from 20,(XX) to 40,000
They are all democrats.
Mat Quay and Col. Dudley have re
signs d from the republican national,
committee. The party will not have
muc 1 trouble to replace them. Clark
son is a very good man to step into
Quay’s shoes. He has the desire to do
great deeds but lacks the sand of Quay.
After he manages the fortune of the
party a year or so he will probably get
The trial of the new American 12-inch
rifled cannon at the proving grounds at
Handy Hook the other day proves that
we are not behind the times in the
manufacture of big guns. With a
small charge of powder a projectile
weighing a net ton was thrown five
miles. With the full charge the range
of the projectile will be 12 miles, The
foreign nations should now look out.
We are at home.
The complete development of Oregon
as a state demands three things above
all others. First, the full establishment
of irrigation systems wherever possible,
second, the opening of the Columbia
river, and third, the opening up of the
interior by the completion of the Ore
gon Pacifie and the construction of a
railway diagonally across the state from
Pendleton to the California line. When
these are attained full measure of pros
perity will come to this land, so rich in
soil and so favored in climate, and not
before.— Pendleton tribune.
Of the 332 members of the next house
237 are democrats, 87 republicans and 8
alliance men. Of the states 16 have
solid democratic delegations and 13
others have a democratic majority. The
alliance have a majority in two states.
Ten states have a solid republican dele
gation and in two other states that par
ty has a majority. The democrats have
a majority in all the large states except
Pennsylvania. The Illinois delegation
stands 14 to 6, Indiana, 12 to 3, Michi
gan, 8 to 3, New York, 23 to 11, Ohio,
14 to 7. Alliance men have 5 in Kan
sas to 2 republicans, and in Nebraska 2
alliance men to 1 democrat. Minne
sota has 3 democrats, 1 alliance and 1
republican. If the presidential election
is thrown into the house, the demo
cratic candidate would have 30 votes,
the republicans 12. the alliance 2.
John Sherman is the only remain
ing United States Senator who sat in
that body during Hannibal Hamlin’s
term in the chair.
Again, I learn from my subject that
callers. But I suppose that after her hus
band died, and her property went, and she events which seem to be most Insignifi
got old and poor, she was not troubled cant may be momentous. Can you imag
Owing to a serious blunder made1
Dr. Thamm of Dusseldorf has issued
! very much with callers. All the birds that ine anything more unimportant than tjxe
a report to the effect that he has man during the last congress, some of the . DR. TALMAGE’S SERMON ON THE sang in the bower while the sun shone coming of a poor woman from Moab to
have gone to their nests, now the night has Judea? Can you imagine anything more
aged by the Koch system to bring veterans of thft late war who have here MEETING OF BOAZ AND RUTH.
trivial than the fact that this Ruth
about a complete cure in 40 per cent, of tofore been supplied with wooden legs
Oh, these beautiful sunflowers that happened to alight—as they say— just haf>
the cases of tuberculosis which he has
Dened to alight on that field of Boaz? Yet
A Discourse Especially Appropriate to the spread out their color in the morning hourl
treated and that satisfactory results oc they can secure the artificial limb Season of the Harvest Time—It Includes But they are always asleep when the sun all ages, all generations, have aq interest
downl Job had plenty of friends In tbe fact that she was to becqme an an
curred in 45 per cent, of the other cases which may now be due them. Part of an Exhortation to All Regarding the goes
when he was the richest man in Uz; but cestress ot the Lord Jesus Christ, ana all
the government’s bounty to the vet
treated by the same system.
bis property went and the trials nations and kingdoms must loqk at that
Duty of Life.
The history of the Koch remedy is a erans has been disbursed in the pur
came, then there were none so much that one little Incident with a thrill of unspeak
typical one, says the San Francisco chase of artificial legs and arms, which G lenwood , Colo., Aug. 2.—A sermon, pestered as Eliphaz the Temanite, and able and eternal satisfaction. So it 1^ in
with the breath of the vast har Bildad the Shuhite and Zophar the Naam- your history and In mine: events
Chooniclc. The excitement which pre have been distributed to those needing redolent
vest fields of the west, indicates that Dr. athite.
thought of no importance at all . have
vailed over the civilized world when them at intervals of five years. Where Talmage has found in the scenes through
Life often seems to be a mere game, of very great moment. That casual con
the announcement of the discovery was a soldier has been so careful of his which he has been traveling and in his where tlie successful player pulls down all versation, that accidental meeting—you
other men into his own lap. Let sus did not thinje of it again for a long while;
made was soon followed by a reaction
pel lessons. His text is taken from Ruth picions arise about a man’s character, and but how it changed all the current of your
and a feeling of general distrust. It
ii, 3: “And she went and came and gleaned he becomes like a bank in a panic, and all life!
had been assumed that Professor Koch mits him to draw a commutation of $75 in the field after the reapers; and her hap ■ the imputations rush on him and break It seemed to be of no Importance that
had declared his discovery a certain for the wooden leg or $50 for a wooden was to light on a part of the field belong down in a day that character which in due Jubal invented rude Instruments of music,
ing unto Boaz, who was of the kindred of time would have had strength to defend calling them harp and organ, but they
cure for tuberculosis, and when it was arm.
I itself. There are reputations that have were the introduction of all the world's
Until a year ago these artificial limbs Elimelech.”
found that there were cases which did
Within a few weeks I have been in North been half a century iu building which go minstrelsy. And as you hear the vibra
not yield to the treatment the remedy
Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New down under some moral exposure, as a tion of a stringed Instrument, even after
was violently denounced as a humbug years, but last winter congress passed York, Ohio, Michigan, Canada, Indiana, vast temple is consumed by tbe touch of a the fingers have been taken away from it,
Kentucky, Missouri, and they are sulphurous match. A hog can uproot a so all music now of lute and drum and
and Koch assailed as a quack and a a law declaring that they should be Illinois,
cornet is only the long continued strains of
one great harvest field, and no season can century plant.
be more enchanting in any country than
In this world, so full of beartlessnessand Jubal’s harp and Jubal’s organ. It seemed
hypocrisy, how thrilling it is to find some to be a matter of very little importance
Manifest injustice has been done to that inscrutable wisdom which charac the season of harvest.
that Tubal Cain learned the uses of copper
Koch in this matter. His secret was terizes so many acts of congress, no ad The time that Ruth and Naomi arrive friend as faithful in days of adversity as in and
iron, but that rude foundry of ancient
at Bethlehem is harvest time. It was the days of prosperity! David had such a
dragged from him before he was ready ditional appropriation was made to old custom when a sheaf fell from a friend in Hushai; the Jews had such a days has its echo in the rattle of Birming
to make it public; unskilled practition carry out the act. Promptly on the 1st load in the harvest field for the reapers friend iu Mordecai, who never forgot their ham machinery and the roar and bang of
ers undertook to make use of it; ex of July, however, a great many soldiers to refuse to gather it up; that was to be cause; Paul had such a friend in Onesiph- factories on the Merrimac.
BEAUTY OF FEMALE INDUSTRY.
left for the poor who might happen to orus, who visited him in jail; Christ had
treme cases were used as tests and sim who had used their legs only three come
Again, I see in my subject an illustration
that way. If there were handfuls of such in the Marys, who adhered to him on
ulated preparations were foisted on the years applied for a commutation for grain scattered across the field after the the cross; Naomi had such a one in Ruth, ot tbe beauty of female industry. Behold
public as the genuine remedy. What new ones, while many who had worn main harvest had been reaped, instead of who cried out, “Entreat me not to leave Ruth toiling in the harvest field under the
wonder, then, that the remedy did not an old limb five years failed to apply raking it, as fanners do now, it was, by thee, or to return from following after hot snn, or at noon taking plain bread with
custom of the land, left in its place, so thee; for whither thou goest, I will go; and tho reapers, or eating the parched corn
succeed or that Koch was declared to promptly for a new one. As a result, the
that the poor coming along that way where thou lodgest I will lodge; thy peo which Boaz handed to her. The customs
be an ignorant, presumptuous quack?
might glean it and get their bread. But, ple shall be my people, and thy God my of society of course have changed, and
The probabilities are that the genuine hausted, while deserving old soldiers you say, “What is the use of all these God; where thou diest will I die, and there without tho hardships and exposure to
which Ruth was subjected, every intelli
remedy, used in the right way and aji- have nothing to stump around on ex harvest fields to Ruth and Naomi? Naomi will I be buried: the Lord do so to me and gent
woman will find something to do. I
is too old and feeble to go out and toil in more also, if aught but death part thee
plied under proper conditions, will be cept wornout and dilapidated wooden the sun; and can you expect that Ruth, and me.”
know there is a sickly sentimentality on
found to possess valuable therapeutic
this subject. In some families there are
the young and the lieautiful, should tan
Again, I learn from this subject that persons of no practical service to the house
qualities; but that it is a sovereign cure The government furnishes about five her cheeks and blister her hands in the
hold or community, and though there aye
for tuberculosis is hardly within the thousand wooden legs and perhaps a harvest
Boaz owns a large farm, and he goes out often come out in places of joy. When so many woes all around about them In
range of possibility, nor did Koch him
to see the reapers gather in the grain. Ruth started from Moab toward Jerusalem, the world they spend their time languish
self ever make any such claim for it. The annual expense of purchasing and Coming there, right behind the swarthy, to go along with her mother-in-law, I sup ing over a new pattern or bursting into
pose the people said: “Oh, what a foolish tears at midnight over the story of some
The number of specifics is very small replacing them is nearly $250,000. The sun browned reapers, be beholds a beauti creature
to go away from her father’s lover who shot himself! They would not
woman gleaning—a woman more fit to
at best, as every intelligent person soldiers are not permitted to buy legs ful
bend to a harp or sit upon a throne than to house, to go off with a poor old woman deign to look at Ruth carrying back the
knows, and as every physician will with the government’s bounty of any stoop among the sheaves. Ah, that was toward the laud of Judea! They won’t barley on her way home to her mother-in-
live to get across the desert. They will be law, Naomi.
freely admit it, and to saj- that every except special manufacturers, who en an eventful day!
drowned in tbe sea, or the jackals of the
All this fastidiousness may seem to do
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT.
case of consumption is curable by any ter into a contract with the government
It was love >t first sight. Boaz forms an wilderness will destroy them.” It was a very well while they are under the shelter
means or remedy is to assert not only a
attachment for the womanly gleaner—an very dark morning when Ruth started off of their father’s house; but when the Bharp
spection. Tom, Dick and Harry can attachment full of undying interest to the with Naomi; but behold her in my text in winter of misfortune comes, what of these
miracle, but an impossibility.
not make wooden legs for the country’s Church of God in all ages; while Ruth, tbe harvest field of Boaz, to be affianced to butterflies? Persons under indulgent par
THE JEW AS A FARMER.
with an ephah, or nearly a bushel of bar one of the lords of the land, and become entage may get upon themselves habits of
ley, goes home to Naomi to tell her the one ot the grandmothers of Jesus Christ, indolence, but when they come out into
Lord of glory. And so it often is that practical life their soul will recoil with dis
Among the great masses who must
We have taken the trouble to enquire successes and adventures of the day. That a tho
path which starts very darkly ends very gust and chagrin. They will feci in their
Ruth, who left her native land of Moab in
toil for their daily bread,certainly many of strangers, what they think of the darkness,
hearts what tho poet so severely satirized
and journeyed through an un brightly.
have not yet devoted themselves to cleanliness of the city. Without ex dying affection for her mother-in-law, is in
When you started out for heaven, oh! when he said:
tilling the soil, and on this account ception they said it is the dirtiest the harvest field of Boaz, is affianced to how dark was the hour of conviction—how Folks are so awkward, things so impolite.
their enemies have devised the charge city in the state. The nuisances in the one of the best families in Judah, and be Sinai thundered and devils tormented and They’re elegantly pained from morn till night
in after time the ancestress of Jesus the darkness thickened! All the sins of I Through that gate of Indolence how
that Jews are of no use in agriculture, city are many and the duty of seeing comes
Christ, the Lord of Glory! Out of so dark your life pounced upon you, and it was the many men and women have marched, use
that they are averse to all hard work. them abated rests upon the city mar a night did there ever dawn so bright a darkest hour you ever saw when you first less on earth, to a destroyed eternity!
found out your sins. After awhile you Spinola said to Sir Horace Vere: “Of what
Here also experience gives a refutation. shal. Mr. Neal do your duty. See morning?
into the harvest field of God’s mercy; did your brother die?’’ “Of having nothing
In the lands where Jews have been i>er- that these foul smelling outhouses are I learn in the first place from this sub went
ject how trouble develops character. It you began to glean in the fields of divine to do,” was the answer. “Ah!” said
mitted to acquire landed property, removed; see that the pool of disease was bereavement, poverty and exile that promise, and you had more sheaves than Spinola, “that’s enough to kill any gen
where they have found opportunity to breeding water near the West Side ho developed, illustrated and announced to you could carry as the voice of God ad eral of us.” Ob, can it be possible in this
devote themselves to agriculture, they tel is drained off. There arc numerous all ages the sublimity of Ruth’s character. dressed you, saying, “Blessed is the man world, where there is so much suffering to
is a very unfortunate man who has whose transgressions are forgiven and l>e alleviated, so much darkness to be en
have proved themselves excellent far alleys and back yards in the business That
no trouble. It was sorrow that made John whose sins are covered.” A very dark lightened, and so many burdens to be car
portion that needs cleaning up. Order Bunyan the better dreamer, and Dr. Young starting in conviction, a very bright end ried, that there is any person who cannot
For example in Hungary they form the owners to do it; if they do not, see the better poet, and O’Connell the better ing in the pardon and the hope and the Cud anything to do?”
THE BOAST OF MADAME DE STAEL.
a very large part of the tillers of the that they are cleaned up and the coun orator, and Bishop Hall the better preach triumph of the Gospel!
So, very often in our worldly business or
Madame de Stael did a world of work in
and Havelock the better soldier, and
soil and this fact is acknowledged to cil will see that the money for the er,
Kitto the better encyclopedist, and Ruth in our spiritual career we start off on a her time; and one day, while she was
such an extent that the high Catholic same is forthcoming. Our city officers the better daughter-in-law.
very dark path. We must go. The flesh seated amid instruments of music, all of
may shrink back, but there is a voice which she had mastered, and amid manu
clergy in Hungary almost exclusively are elected for certain purposes and un
THE VALUE OF TROUBLE.
cr a voice from above, saying, script books which she had written some
have Jews as tenants on mortmain less they do as the law requires they I once asked an aged man in regard to “You must
go,” and we have to drink the one Baid to her, “How do yon find time to
his pastor, who was a very brilliant man,
properties and almost all large land are of no account to the citizens. Do “Why is it that your pastor, so very bril gall, and we have to carry the cross, and attend to all of these things?” “Oh," she
holders give preference to the Jews on your duty and tlie majority will stand liant, seems to have so little tenderness in we havo to traverse the desert, and we are replied, “these are not the things I am
his sermons?” “Well,” he replied, “the pounded and flailed of misrepresentation proud of. My chief boast is in the fact that
account of their industry, their recti by you.
reason is our pastor has never had any and abuse, and we have to edge our way I have seventeen trades, by any one of
tude and their dexterity. These are
trouble. When misfortune comes upon him through ten thousand obstacles that have which I could make a livelihood if neces
facts that cannot be hid, and that have The Women’ Christian Temperance his style will be different.” After awhile to be slain by our own right arm. We sary.” And if in secular spheres there is
force, so that the anti-Semitic move Union of Washington have organized a the Lord took a child out of that pastor’s have to ford the river, we have to climb so much to l>e done, in spiritual work how
ment, which for a long time flourished crusade against soda water. The New house, and though the preacher was just the mountain, we have to storm the castle, vast the field! How many dying all around
brilliant as he was before, oh, the but, blessed be God, tlie day of rest and re about us without one word of comfortl
in Hungary, must expire. It will ex- York illustrated paper, Life, joins in as
warmth, the tenderness of his discourses! ward will come. On the tiptop of the We want more Abigails, more Hannahs,
pirc because everyone sees that so im-
The fact is that trouble is a great edu captured battlements wo will shout the more Rebeccas, more Marys, more Deb
portant a factor in the productive act- liquor drinking is harmful, the soda cator. You see sometimes a musician sit victory; if not in this world, then in that orahs consecrated—body, mind, soul—to
where there is no gall to drink, no the Lord who bought them.
ivity of the country—especially in ag- beverages are deadly. One of the ob down at an instrument, and his execution world
Once more I learn from my subject the
cold and formal and unfeeling. The burdens to carry, no battles to fight. How
riculture—cannot be spared. My own jections to the soda fountain is that the is
reason is that all his life he has been pros do I know it? Know it! I know it because value of gleaning. Ruth going Into that
personal experience, too, has led me to girls who patronize them extensively pered. But let misfortune or bereavement God says so—“They shall hunger no more, I harvest field might have said: "There is a
recognize that the Jews have very good thereby ruin their discriminating taste come to that man, and he sits down at the neither thirst any more, neither shall tho straw and there is a straw, but what Is a
light on them, nor any heat, for the straw? I can’t get any barley for myself
ability in agriculture. I have seen this in cooking, and become disqualified to instrument, and you discover the pathos sun
in the first sweep of the keys. Misfortune Lamb which is in the midst of the throne or my mother-in-law out of these separate
personally in the Jewish agricultural
shall lead them to living fountains of straws.” Not so said beautiful Ruth. She
and trials are great educators.
colonies of Turkey, and the reports soned, or the pie’s ingredients are cor A young doctor comes into a sickroom water, and God shall wipe all tears frorr. gathered two straws an l she put them to
gether, and more straws until she got
from the exjiedition that I have sent to rectly adjusted. If this is the worst where there is a dying child. Perhaps he their eyes.”
It was very hard for Noah to endure the enough to make a sheaf. Putting that
the Argentine Republic plainly show charge these summer cranks can bring is very rough in his prescription, and very scoffing of the people in his day, while he down
she went and gathered more straws
rough in his manner, and rough in the
the same fact.— Baron Hirttch in the against the soda fountains, they will feeling of the pulse, and rough in his an was trying to build the an!:, and was every until she had another sheaf, and another
not lose much of their trade. While swer to the mother’s anxious question, but morning quizzed about his old boat that and another and another, and then she
men generally prefer beer, the summer the years roll on and there has been one would never be of any practical use. But brought them all together and she threshed
when the deluge came, aud the tops of the
out, and she had an ephah of barley,
Already the wheat speculators are girl must have her soda water, even she dead in his own house, and now he comes mountains disappeared like the backs of them
nigh a bushel. Ob, that we might all be
into the sickroom, and with tearful eye he
attempting to squeeze the farmer. The can’t hereafter tell soup from gravy, or looks at the dying child and he says, “Oh, sea monsters, ami tho elements, lashed up gleaners!
price of wheat sacks has gone up to !)| pie from pigs’ feet.
THE STRAY PRIVILEGES COUNT.
how this reminds me of my Charlie!” in fury, clapped their bands over a drowned
Elihu Burritt learned many things while
Trouble, the great educator! Sorrow—I world, then Noah in the ark rejoiced in his
cents. Wheat sacks should not cost
toiling in a blacksmith’s shop. Aber
Governor Peunoyer has an article in see its touch in the grandest painting; I
more than 6 or 7 cents. The duty on
hear its tremor in the sweetest song; I feel and looked out on the wreck of a ruined crombie, the world renowned philosopher,
grain bags is 2 cents per pound, quite a i the South American Jleview on the its power in the mightiest argument.
was a physician in Scotland, and he got
T1IE SUFFERINGS OF JESUS.
his philosophy, or the chief part of it, while
profit to the farmer if it went into his “new political party.” It is well Grecian mythology said that the foun
a physician he was waiting for the door
pocket. Wheat speculators on this written and for a political article is tain of Hippocrene was struck out by the pillow, wo#e maltreated than tho thieves as
of the sick room to open. Yet how many
foot of the winged horse, Pegasus. I have
coast succeed in their schemes through I very non-partisan. He thinks that the often
there are in this day who say they are so
noticed in life that the brightest and
the fact that the wheat, as soon as it is 1 money basis should lie land instead most beautiful fountains of Christian com smacking its lips in satisfaction after it busy they have no time for mental or
spiritual improvement; the great duties of
fort and spiritual life have been struck out
threshed, is stored in warehouses and
the sheeted dead bursting from the sepul life cross the field like strong reapers and
the crop of the country is in sight. It This idea looks grand in theory and in by the iron shod hoof of disaster and ca chers at his crucifixion. Tell me, O Geth carry
off all the hours, and there is only
lamity. I sec Daniel’s courage best by the
is an easy matter for a sjiecuiator to years to come no doubt will lie in oper flash of Nebuchadnezzar’s furnace. I see semane and Golgotha! were there ever here nnd there a fragment left that is not
find out the exact number of bushels to
Paul’s prowess best when I find him on darker times than those? Like the boom worth gleaning. Ah, my friends, you
ing of the midnight sea against the rock,
be handled each year and thus lay come tax as the most correct way to the foundering ship under the glare of t he the surges of Christ’s anguish beat against could go into the busiest day and busiest
week of your life and find golden oppor
their plans accordingly.
crowns his children amid the howling of the gates of eternity, to be echoed back by tunities, which gathered might at last
K.„...... at home
I °f the
' f*;30“” able to bwlr
make a whole sheaf for the Lord’s garner.
wild beasts and the chopping of blood
and thus keep it out of sight of the ■ “e 18 r gbt aga,n and 11 18
that splashed guillotine and the crackling fires geons of hell.
It is the stray opportunities and the stray
privileges which taken up and bound to
sharks, wheat would go up in price. "eX‘ natlo,1!l1 democratic platform will of martyrdom.
and beaten out will at last fill you
They would then be cornering an un- <Jecb,re for tbe rei’eal of all tariff taxes It took the persecutions of Marcus Aure are to be hung on his throne, uncrowned with much
lius to develop Polycarp and Justin Mar
known quantity and it would not be i or re'eni,e 1111(1 l)Iacc in their stead a tyr. It took the pope’s bull, and the cardi
There are a few moments left worth the
an easy matter to do. This would lie Rra,’^,late** income tax.
gleaning. Now, Iiuth, to the field! May
nal’s curse, and the world’s anathema to
develop Martin Luther. It took all the worship is to come up at bis feet like the each one have a measure full and running
of some inconvenience to the farmer,1
over! Ob, you gleaners, to the field! And
iA.Ru • — '’•
There is the growling of a coming hostilities against the Scotch Covenanters
but the increase in
mou- earthquake in China. It is difficult to and the fury of Lord Claverhouse to de the waters, like the thundering of the seas, if there be in your household an aged or a
ey saved by cleaning his own wheat
predael vhat are tbe
sick relative that is not strong enough to
velop James Renwick, and Andrew Mel
beat time with their scepters: “Hallelujah,
forth and toil in this field, then let
would more than pajjnm for the trou- ^p^ae diseonte.it, but it fs cvi(lcnt ville, and Hugh McKail, the glorious mar I for the Lord God omnipotent reignetb! come
Ruth take home to feeble Naomi this sheaf
ble. The present method of Handling | that
of gleaning, “He that goeth forth and I
-------- —---- is fast ripening into revo sea, and the December blast, and the deso
wheat has become fixed and it will | lution. When that comes the days of late New Eugland coast, and the war have become the kingdoms of our Izird weepet h, bearing precious seed, shall doubt- I
take volumes of reading matter and the Tartar dynasty will lie numbered, whoop of savages to show forth the prowess
less come again with rejoicing, bringing
That song of love, now low and far.
his sheaves with him.” May the Lord God I
years of experience to change matters. and the field will be opened for rival of the Pilgrim fathers—
Ere long shall swell from star to star;
of Ruth and Naomi be our portion forever!
When amid the storms they sang.
That light, tbe breaking day which tips
And the stars heard, and the sea;
The golden spired Apocalypse.
Take T he T elephone -R egister .
No thanks arc due the McKinley Bill ambitions in a way that may lead to
Rang to the anthems of the free.
or the Republican party for the great some very serious complications among
crop and the improved foreign demand. the powers that are watching their op It took all our past national distresses, !
and it takes all our present national sor-'
The revolution of time has brought | portunities to grab something in the rows, to lift up our nation on that high
a favorable season, and our granaries flowery kingdom.
career where it will march along after the 1
are bursting not because of the McKin Mr. Ingalls, the “statesman out of a foreign despotisms that have mocked and j
tyrannies that have jeered shall be '
ley law or any legislation, but because job,” emerges from his retirement to
swept down under the omnipotent wrath 1
the elements have been unusually pro i say that the republican party “repre of God, who hates oppression, and who, by !
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pitious this year. And it will be noted sents the conscience, the courage anil the strength of hi3 own red right arm, will •
that the “home market” does not al>- the convictions of American citizen make all men free. And so it is individu*
” Yes, Wanatnaker represents the ally, and in the family, and in the church,
sorb our wheat, but that the farmer is ship.
conscience, Quay the courage, and and in the world, that through darkness
saved by the foreign demand. If lie Bardsley one of the convictions. Is it and storm and trouble men, women,
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and .
gets a good price this year it will la> be ‘ not odd that a party which is so good churches, nations, are developed.
THE BEAUTY OF FRIENDSHIP.
upwards; one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, at 6 per cent, per
cause Furope wants his surplus, and : as Mr. Ingalls represents the Republi-
| can party to lie should have had no
Again, I see in my text the beauty of un annum. Most all of this land is under cultivation; over 400 acres now I
she would want it just as badly if he further use for him?
faltering friendship. I suppose there were
in full bearing fruit trees. All this land is within 3 miles of Amity.'
were not taxed an average of 57 per
plenty of friends for Naomi while she was
cent, on everything he buys from
Rev. Phillips Brooks is said to lie the in prosperity. But of all her acquaint Over 700,000 pounds of fruit shipped from this point last year.
American manufacturers. If it were fastest speaker in the world. Verbatim ances, how many were willing to trudge
For particulars apply to or address
not for McKinleyism, however, thei reporters who timed him found that he off with her toward Judea, when she had
money which the American farmer, sjieaks on an average 212 words a min to make that lonely journey? One—the
will receive for the wheat he sends i ute. Stammering in his youth is ac heroine of my text. One—absolutely one.
abroad would go very much further 1 countable for his remarkable haste in I suppose when Naomi's husband was liv
than it will.
AMITY. YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON.!
ing, and they had plenty of money, and all i
things went well, they had a great many
KOCH’S REMEDY AGAIN.
WOODEN LEGS WANTED.
WE ARE ALL GLEANERS.
ruit Growers, Attention!
V, Ill. F. BREIDENSSEIX,
AMITY FRUIT LAM) COMPANY,
THIS SUMMER WEATHER
. th ”
Those Best Shoes and Clothing bought
AT ACTUAL COST”
Entire stock of Hats and Caps. Neck
wear in endless Varieties, Tennis shoes,
All single width Broadhead Dress fabrics,
Kuchings, Full Line of Percaile Shirts.
In Clothing (20c off regular prices
Ladies’ and Misses’ Muslin and Jersey
Underwear, Embroidered Flouncing in black
and white, Tennis flannel and outing cloth.
TO ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS
FROM THE EAST.
A large line of
Which we bought exceedingly low. We
propose to give our customers the benefit
of this purchase.
FRANK BROTHERS COMPANY
Headquarters for all kinds of
Call and see our Stock and Get Prices
Before Buying Elsewhere.
WHY WILL YOU
I Offer You Lands in Large or Small Tracis,
or City Lots at Low Prices and Easy Terms
CHEHAIEM ORCHARD HOMES ”
Is just the place for a Small Farm; only three-fourths
mile from Railroad station and one and one-half
miles from Steamboat landing.
Acre Tracts within One Mile of Court I
I have four lots as fine as can be found in Chand,
ler's addition. Cheap.
NO EXCUSE FOR YOUR NOT HAVING A HOME I
T. S hlthtleff .
W. T. Sin RTLEIT,
General Real Estate, Insurance and Loan Brokr.
Collections Promptly Attended to.
Office Cor. Third and E Sts.,