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1DVENXNG OAPITAI. JOttttfrAi., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 14W0.
DANGER IN THE CUPS.
REV. DR. COURT ON THE 8UNDAY
8CHO0L LESSON FOR MAY 21.
Intemperance Causes Sorrow, Pain nml
Ruin The Old Form of a Modern Vice.
A Dark IMcluro The Serpen t at the Hot
toin of the Ola.
Golden Text: Wine Is mocker, ntrong
Jrlnls Is raglnR, nnd whosoever la deceived
thereby Is not wlProv. xx, 1).
Lessen: ProY. xxlll29-ft5.
Of old, ns now, thq,wlsovftrned the un
rniry against the temptations dangers nnd
conscqtiencca of strong drink. Thd,iv..rn.
lng 1h addrcascd especially to the young.
ItnrgunjcntsnTcfeninded -on the .experi
ences of life. A wle mnn penned thte
warning, but the.wlse God Inspired the
wise man( bence 'Ctfxl's Authority Is given
to the'practlceof tenijftranoe. Wisdom in
culcates sobriety. Tbngnre better known
nhen contrasted with their opposltes.
Here the wise roan indirectly magnifici
teuiprrnnce by showing ns the repulslvo
fi-atmcs nnd results of intempernuce. The
(onscq.uenc.cn of Indulgence-lu drink are
1 I'.TKMl'GUAKCK CAUSK8 SOUtlOW.
I. M.iny Borrows (a) Thero nre six ques
tioiiH asked iti regard to ns many evils ac
companying drunkenness. The words nro
very cxpicshe. Wo hear the awakened
drnnknrd bemoaning himself. 1. "Woe"
the word so translated Is an Interjection In
Hebrew expressing a j:roan. "Ahl"' as a
uyofpnln Is very similar. 5. "Sorrow"
this, too, i'i an interjection, sounded nearly
like "abbot," nnd meaning "alas!" another
and a bitterer groan, expressive of grief.
3. "Contentions" or ''strifes" are drunken
quarrclings, results of intoxication, ns in
id! uges and climes, nnd pethaps also, law
suits. 4. "Dabbling" tbo Revised Version
renders this "complaining." It means anx
ious care, trouble. 5. "Wounds without
cause" are the strokes nnd blows received
In drifnken quarrels inflicted for no reason.
6. "Redness of eyes" is n characteristic lgn
of drunkenness. Thedriuk causes inflam
mation. A bacchnnnlian song expreshes
this in a defiant way: (
Some fools fifty that drink hurts the sight;
Such dullards know nothing about It,
For it's better with drink to extinguish tho
Than 11 o always in darkness without H.
One would think that n sensible man
would not heek to get out of darkness by
putting out his eyes tho organs of light.
But what reason can there bo in a drinking
songf The redness of tho eves is n mark of
Intemperance, likcthoshakingof tho hands
nnd the fetid breath "the revolting effect
of excessive u-.o of wine as it shows itself
in the face" (Stockier).
S. The cause of tho many sorrows, (a)
Two classes of drinkers nre described
those that tarry at the wino und those that
go to seek mixed wine. Tho tendency of
drinking habits is to continue to drink.
Not only does habit en chain its victim, but
the appetite grows with what it feeds on.
The habitual drinker bos to drink the more
the longer he persists in frequent bouts of
drinking; hence arises the tendency to
tarry long at the wine. A great danger
arises from social drinking. The compan
ionship, tho conversation, the jest, the toast,
the song, give zest to tho drinking nndJead
to prolonged tarrying at the wine? (b) Then
there are the drinkers who seek fancy
Wn drinks to excite their appetite and regale
ri Aijhlta 4 Ahn Hl 4h m u eiAaWmei ft fria
bUir IOBVO. A.UCJT HT3 UM" lWI"OWW W
dom, but seekers after spiced wine, here
called "mixed wine." As Plumptie says,
"There is a touch of sarcasm in the words,
'go to seek.'" It Is the same word used for
the persistent search niter knowledge. See
Job xl, 7; Prov. xxv, 2. It would seem
that the ancients were accustomed to mix
aromatic spices with their wines. Cheyne
says of the "strong drink" mingled by the
high livers in Judah that It is not wine di
luted with water, but "artificial wine which
was apparently stronger than the natural
wine." It probably was "shekar" the
"strong drink" of Isa. v, 23 "artlfjciai
wine, made of dates, apples, pomegranates,
honey, barley and sometimes spiced or of
mixed ingredients; henco to "mix strong
drink." Compare Isa. v, li.
II Intemperance Caubes Pain. (Verses
1. A good advice, (a) Practically abstain
is the advice of the wise man. Not to look
at tho tempting object means just keep
away from It. Go not where men tarry at
tho wine. Don't seek the. mixed drinks.
Keep aloof from drinkers and their haunts,
(b) Our Lord taught us to pray 'ead us
not into temptation." Those that pray thus
cannot go where temptation is and where
no duty calls them. Thero is a dispute as
to whether fermented wino Is nllowed or
not as an article of food, but there can bo
no doubt ns to the meaning of this prohibi
tion, for certainly all haunts and every com
pany that will tumpt one to drink for the
sake of being Intoxicated- nre forbidden,
(o) "Red" means long kept, clear, Intoxi
cating, strong wine. New wine is much
like ucw cider comparatively harmless.
It Ib tho fine old wine with tho rich color
that is heady. That ceases to be a food nnd
becomes n dram, n stimulating and intoxi
cating beverage an enemy to steal away
one's reason. Plumptresays: "Tho wine of
Lebanon is Kald to be of a rich golden color,
like the darker sherries. Sometimes the
color is heightened by saffron." In short,.
the advice is, keep away from strong, in
toxicating drink, the heady wines Included.
2. The sign, (a) "Glveth his color in the
cup" Is literally in the Hebrew, "Giveth his
eye in the cup." What is the meaning of
this? Benisch renders the passage thus:
"If any set his ej e on the cup, he will wan
der about In the straightest path." This
gives a nieaniug indeed, but a farfetched
one. A little practical experience will give
a better. Liquor dealers before hygrom
eters were Invented judged of the alcoholic
strength of liquors by the beads that floated
on the top after the llquorwas shaken. Tho
bead remains longest on tho liquorthathas
most strength. "The eye In the cup" Is the
bead of the liquor sparkling on the sur
face "the beaded brightness ou which tho
wine drinker looks with complacency"
(Plumptre). Why with "complacency?"
Because the bead show that tho wine U old
aud strong, (b) "Movetli Itself aright"
the Hebrew rather'means "goeth sweetly,
smoothly, agreeably." It refers to the
gusto of the drinkers. Tho wine that is
pleasant to the palate Is often very danger
ous, its strength and intoxicating influence
being masked under an agreeable flavor.
IIow honestly does the Bible deal with usl
Its tells us that ain lua its pleasures and
puts uob our Raard.leat its attractions
should tempt us to our ruin. The pleasant
drinks become our poisons and our destroy
ers. The signs tare given to warn us to
3. The outcome, (a) No good comes out of
Indulgence In Intoxicants for mere pleas
ure, however sweet, smooth and agreeable
the driake may be. The outcome is perni
cious. There U a serpent at the bottom of
ttweaun. The sMMisttte seMuera reason.
modesty, health aa4 principle. Slave to.
yU-mpfc 1 the remit e reseated ladul-
genco in artificial excitement. Health goes.
Disease comes, fihamo is lost. Hopeless
and helpless, the drink slave sinks Joutr
till he dice. In Rome how ami It U to gaze
on the ruins bf nilclent magnificence, but a
ruined mnn is a Bidder spcctoclo than Clo
ser's pnlncoor the lnvian amphitheater, for
tho human ruin Implies thnt a soul Is for
ever lost to God and goodness, (b) Tho
drunkard must feel In thoughtful mo
ment how terrible is tho drink snake en
twined Around him, biting his very vitals
while usable to struggle with his destroy,
rr. (c) Tho "adder" Is supposed to mean
tho cerastes or horned snake. Zocklcr saj s
that the very poisonous species of viper
mentioned in Isa. xl, 8, Is meant. This Is
trobably tho largo yellow viper called "Da
tola xauthlna." Incurable poison is the
material type of the effect of strong drink.
Ill iNTfcMPEIUNCK CAUSES IKSANITT.
1. Perverse things, (a) All sin isinsanlty
in the sStise that only the good man Is Bane,
in soul. As the wicked choose sin they
are responsible for it. Vet it is true that no
pcrvcr-o soul can view things aright. Only
because he brought this delusion on himself
Ir l.o held guilty, (b) Drunkenness is akin to
Impurity. Hoth are fleshly lusts; bot'i are of
ten found together; both generally conspire
to tulu the victim that indulges in them.
Drink Incites cv passions; hence the Au
thorized Version renders this passage in an
Intelligible way when it speaks of the tipsy
mnn seeing "strnugo women." Yet tho He
brew says, "Thinu eyes shall bee strange
things." According to the parallelism,
"strange things" are contrasted with" per
verse things" In tho same verse. While in
drink the tippler Is liable to illusions.
Things around him seem to reel; sometimes
they nppeardouble; sometimes, ns tlio result
of prolonged drinking, phantom forms ap
ed imagination; heiico even "delirium tre
mcus," vulgarly called "seeing snakes,"
may be included. "The horrors" ofter a de
bauch are doubly horrible when the victim
sees "strange things" theperverted images
of disordered vision and fancy run wild. In
short, tho man is for tho time insane, (b)
"Perverse things" evil thoughts, plans
and devices. Drink is an excitant of vice,
an auxiliary of crime. Men often do when
incited by diink what they would not do if
sober. Drink incites the heart to wicked
2. Delirious, (a) "Tho midst of the sea"
is what the sailors call "tho trough of the
sea" the hollow between tho wests of two
waves. The ship is In tho trough, nnd the
storm tossed mariner is on deck, staggering
to nnd fro. SJucb is the picture of the
drunkard when Intoxicated, (b) The sec
ond form of tossing is tho man on tho top
of the mast, regardless of his danger. Some
render this "asleep on thu rudder;" others
Interpret this "the cradlo at the top of
mast" on which tho sailor sleeps. The
meaning in either caso lsclear enough the
drunk man is sleeping amid danger, tus docs
the wa e tossed ship, every billow threat
ening his destruction.
8. Relapse, (a) The man awakes to find
bow he has been abused whllo drunk. He
was stricken, but felt It not. He was
pounded, but knew it not. (b) But though
now wido awako ho is not penitent. Ho
takes no warning. Bound by Inclination,
appetite and habit, ho gets drunk again at
the, first opportunity, (c) This is the old
form of a modern vice. No one can deny
that the picture is accurately drawn. Add
the sentence, "No drunkard shall Inherit tho
kingdom of heaven," and then surely the
terrible consequences of this vice thus de
picted should deter the young from enter
ing upon the drunkard's dangeious career.
The great controversy in Germany as to
the Apostles' Creed has brought noblo de
fenses of that document from the orthodox
divines such as Cremer. Harnack leads
the attack. He denies' the "eternal son
ship." Harnack rejects the introductory
chnpters of Matthew and Luke. Cremer
refers, besides these, to John vill, 58; xvl,
23; xvii, 5. Certainly these passages in
thelrobvious meaning prove that long bo
fore the time stated by Harnack Chrlat'a
pre-existcnt sonship was taught.
"Rock of Ages," "Abide With Me" and
"Jesus, Lover of My Soul" are the most
popular hymns In America, "Lead, Kindly
Light" is loslpg its former vogue.
Sir Richard Owen, the distinguished os
teologist, having takeu a party of distin
guished visitors through the British mu
seum, an American lady exclaimed, "Why,
It is just like a cathedral." Sir Richard
snid, with reverence, "Madam, it is a tem
ple where everything speaks of the glory of
A few weeks ago, at a meeting of the
Glasgow Archcoological society, Professor
Story showed the thumbscrews put on Prin
cipal Carstares to extort information from
him as to the ryehouse plot. William III
tried jtbem on his own thumbs. At Bal
moral castle Professor Story got Queen
Victoria to put a finger in them. These
were instruments of religious persuasion in
the days of tho Stuart kings.
The story of n devoted Roman Catholic
missionary is told by Dr. Jacob Chamber
lain, uho met him on tho borders of Thibet.
For S3 jenrs he has been trving to enter
that dark land, but in vain. He gets hold
of Thibet, youths on the frontier. His
heroic work de-f'rves high praise. For SO
jeara he bus been working at a Thibetan
Latin dictionaiy, consisting of 700 pages of
manuscript, in his own handwriting, which
he showed to Dr. Chamberlain, saying that
this was thellfth and final revision. He
has also translated John's gospel into plain
Thlbe-au. He U going to Hong-Kong to
get these works printed, aud the gopel he
will send by traders Into Thibet. TiiW la
borious, long foiled, severely tried ovangel
1st is hopeful aud enthusiastic
The Cougregatlonallst tells us of a Bible
"extended" from seven volumes to 00 by in
serting Illustrations, including engravings
in wood, copper and steel, as well as origi
nal drawings, oil and water paintings,
lithographs and etchings. It is com
posed of parts of Cranmer's Bible of 1683,
the Bishop's of IMS, Nuremberg Bible
i f 1470, Luther's and the Breeches Bible.
Jt is said that the book thus exteuded
tsvulucdat (10,000. We are sorry to see
work of this kind commended and the Imi
tation of It recommended. Think of the
rare books mutilated or rifled ere such a
work could be formed. Ae lovers of books
scholars fhould everywhere protest against.
such vandalism, such adest ruction of books.
The Jacobites, a get of devotees to "the
right divine of kings to govern wrong,"
were balked by Dean Bradley in their de
sire to decorate with flowers the tomb of
Mary, queen of Scots, in Westminster ab
bey on the anniversary of her execution.
So they went to Charing Cross aud deco
rated the statue of Charles I instead.
The archbishop of York permits his clergy
to have a slight side whUker, prefers the
face to be clean shaved and abominates
The Jesuits are popular with Gam
Roman Catholic. No fewer than ,O0O
signatures were attached to pcUU U
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Halkm, Judo 24, 4 p. in. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day nnd up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
BAL.fc.lt PRODUCE MARKET.
Good shipping strawberries 5 to 4 cts
a box. Shipper .furnishes crate.
Peas 8 cents ti gallon.
Gooseberries 16 cts a gallon.
Cherries 8 to 10 cts a lb. Peported
Veals dressed 4 to 6 cts.
Hogs dressed flj to Oj.
Live cattle 2 to 2J.
Bbeep alive 2 to (2.50.
Bprlng lambs f 1 60 to $2 -10.
Salem MllliDg Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.20. Retail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $10
and $20. Chop feed $10 und $20.
Market is flat at 68 cts.
HAY AND DRAIN.
Oats 40 to 43 cents.
Hay Wild, $10; timothy and clover,
$12 Baled $12 and U4.
Barley No demand except for feed.
Wool Best, 10 to 12e. No buyers.
Hops Small sale, 16 to 17c.
Eirgs Cash, 16 cents.
Butter Best dairy. 20 to 25; fanoy
creamery, 25 to 30.
Cheese 16 to 18 ets.
Farm suioKed meats Bacon 12J;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 75 cents.
Oulons 1J to 2 cents.
Beeswax -34c. Caraway seed, 18e.
Anise Beed, 26e. Uiuiseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PEI.TS.
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations ou lure.
Chickens 7 to 10 cts; broilers 10tol2J;
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow sale, choice,
10 cts; gee-e slow.
Grain, Fred, elo
Flour Standard, $3 40; Walla Wlln.
$3.40; graham, $3.0); supeiflue, $2.60
O.vts Vhite,60c pr bushel, grey, 48i-;
rolled, in bags, $0 256 50; barrels,
$6 600.75; casps $3 75.
Hay Bust, $1517 per tonjeommqu,
MillBtufls Bran, $17 50; shorts, $22;
ground barley, $2G24; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
ceutal; middling, $2328 per ten: brew
ing barley, 9005o per cental: chicken
wheat. $1.22J1.24 per cental.
Butter Oregon fanoy creamery,22
25c; fancy dairy, 17j20c; fair to good,
lo10c; common, 12jo per pound; Cali
fornia, 8544c per roll.
Cneese Oregon, 11 13; Eastern
twlus, 16c; Young American, 10c per
per pound; California fiats, 14c.
Eggs Oregon, 1415o per dozen.
Poultry Chickens, old, $4; broilers,
large, $3 004.5u; small, $2.002 60;
ducks, old, $4.506 00; young, $3 00
6 00; geese, $9 00: Mlrkey?, live, 12Jc;
dressed, 15o, per pound.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 12
14c; do Inferior, 9llc; do valley, 16
Potatoes Ordinary kinds of new in
sacks at 00c$1.15 per cental; new
Erly Rose, boxes, 90c1.25; new Bur
banks, $1 00 1.25 per cental.
Onions 8500o per ceutal for red,
and $l.001.2o for silversklus.
Barley Feed, 82J83io per cental
for good quality aud 85o for choice;
brewing, 001.02 per centah
Oats Milling. $1.601.65; fancy feed'
$1.601.65; good to choice, $1.461.60:
common to fair, $1.151.35; gray, $1.30
1.45; black, $1.151.80 per cental.
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Inrr MAMurmnPuF!iMATi:M I.AMF
Arw KinMPVTDniiRi f; KlFDuni I5MF
wo ITT and exoosure. For tucn sunercn
t... rfn1 fA rnnvinre flin molt fikrntlcal.
. and It elves taothlntr. Drolonsred turrentl
J. H- HAAS,
ptest mwvt to Xleta'f .1
Wrlto vournwn mmn nnd nddrmn
uooir. number of UooK.
to tako advantage of this oiler,
World's Fair, Chicago.
I m m Flreproott M4 ruonit near ITWr
II I U Oroundit batB on Trr oor.
PHWUmir I hotel. Write for areolar.
Professional and business oakds.
. Iiri'AhOY QSO. O. BIMGRAlf.
'AKOY A HINQHAM. Attorney! at LAW,
Doclal attention aiveato laat
uoh In tbe supreme and circuit court of the
si ate. -;3 U
1 UOI3E. Attorntynt Ihw, Balea.Or
Rnu, offlco 'JH Uomrncrclnl street.
T1LMON FOKD, Attorney at law, Salens,
Oregoa. Odlce up atalra In Fatten block.
J. BIGDKIt, Attorney at law,Halem, Ore
gon, unloe over Busb'a bank. '
T J.BUAW.M.W.HUNr. HHA.W4HUNT
tl . Atiorne.vB at law. Ofllre over Capital
NaUonul bank, Balem, Oregon.
lj T. ICllAUUdOW, Attorney at law Of
ij), tlceupHtnlrs lu front ro jinn ot new Bnah
Dock, 0'iruOr Uommerolul and Court itreats,
rOHN Ait)AHSONrAttornv atlaw.rooras
puud 4, lluih bink bulldinfr, Hujcm.Or.
11 r.IlOyilAM. JV.-H.JIOLMhS.
BON HAM & IIOl.MIiS, Attornoys at r law.
Ofllc In Uusb blocii, between State and
ourt, on Oorrjmerclal street.
E. POeUB, Stenographer and Tjpe
, wrltent Best equipped typewriting of
oe bat one in ureaon. uver Jtinan-s oanK.
i'IKLLA HUERMAN.-TypewrltltH and
commercial stenography, tnoi& 11, Gray
, flrttolaaswork. KMs reaaoaaQie.
I a BROWNE, M. D.. fbysielan sad Hn
), geon. Offlee, Murphy ,bloek: residence,
a, commercial street. T '
TR. T. O. SMITH, Dentist. 9 Btate street
XJ Blem. Oregon. Flnlaned.deuaeeiv?
Uons of every description. Painless lepera
Uons a specialty '"' ' ' '
WU.PUUU, Architect, plans, spsoUea
, tlons and .suptfflotefidenee-.ftw U
olaases ot buildings. Offlee aeo Comuierolal
street, up suirs. T ' '
0 A. HOBKUT, Areblieat, room VH, Mar
, quum bnlldlng, t'oriland, Oregon.
P. J. LARSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagpns,. Car
Rvpatrlns a Specialty.
Bnop8 mate street.!
PttOrKOTION LODQKi NO. 2 A.O.U. W
MeeU In tbelr hall In Btate Insurance
ulldlng, every Wednesday evening. '
J. A, BRLWOOD, Recorder.
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - 3ALEM,0R
Admitted to practice 1st all the court. -Bpeolal
attention given to Gwbjsb spfak,
lng people and bnsTneas at tbe county aM
State oflfces. K. HOCJCR, Notary ttrtriie.
Authorised CspiUl 1600,000.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
W. A. OUBIOK, lree. W. W, MARTIN, Vice,
l'ren. J.U.ALDKIVr,Oabler. '
Htnte, Ounty and City Warren Is bought
at Var. dw ,
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Ileal Eatate. In amount and
tlmetosult. Nodelay (neonnlderlng loanii,
FEAR & FORD,
lioom Vi. Itnaii liauk b'ock. S IMw
II P. M. CARS.
1 1 p. in. Cnr Ichvc llwtel Hml
PoHtotlice dully for AbImhi,
J'ciiltentlury huI Cemetery
Capital .City Railway.
Cfrr leaves S h. m., cntect'
liiff rvUh OvcrlHtt trala, aw
car leave Hotel every, 99
inlHutcH irons : uu m to 11
p. m. lor all points oh tke llaoa
excepting Ccmeteryl'ar, Tako
off to meet Pagseayer Trains
VtmbjLBA Malt puaU U tbe) beet fMWf.
Poultry and stouk. Kree Mlvery.