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A D1SAKMJED PEOPM,
DH. TALMAQE FINDS A LE5CON
THE 8UBJUCATED I3PAELITE.
riii Church of Today Has Allowed t!in In
f1r1l to Aiianie Too Mncti In Hrirtise
and Literature Wti Need Moro Mm hike
AEaqsIr, Bllllmnn nnil Hltctieortc,
Madison, Wis., July 23. Tho yrcnt
1'ironu; of many thousands from nil parts
of the north and west aro gathered at
1 10 Monona Lake assembly; a Chantou
ijiia hold noar this city. Itov. Dr. Tnl
mage this forenoon preached'totho groat
innltitndoon "Sharpened Axes,'' tho text
being I Samuel aiii, 10-21, "Now, thero
was no smith fQnnd throughout all tho
land of Israel," etc.
My loving nnd glad salutation to this
uncounted host, Chautauquuns, Chris
tiau J&ideavorers, gospel workers and
their friends frgm nil parts of Wisconsin
and America, saints and sinncrsl My
text is gloriously appropriate. Wiat a
galling subjugation tho Israelites -wero
Buffering! The Philistines tiatT carried
off all tho blacksmiths and torn down
all tho blacksmiths' shops nnd abolished
tho blacksmith's trade in tho land of
Theso Philistines had a particular
grudge against blacksmiths, although I
have always admired them and have
sometimes thought I ought to Iiave"been
k ono myself. The Philistines would not
even allow these parties to work their
valuable mines of brass and iron, nor
might they make any swords or spears.
Thero wero only two swords left iu all
the land. Yea, these Philistines went on
until they had taken all tho grindstones
from tho land of Israel, so that if an
Israelitish farmer wanted to sharpen his
plow or his ax ho had to go over to
tho garrison of tho Philistines to get it
dono. Thero was only one sharpening
instrument left in tho land, and that was
a file. Tho farmers and tho mechanics
having nothing to whet up the coulter,
and the goad, and the pickax sayo a
simple file, industry was hindered and
work practically disgraced.
Tho great idea of these Philistines was
to keep the Israelites disarmed. They
might get iron out of tho hills to make
swords of, but they would not have auy
blacksmiths to weld this iron. If they
got the iron welded, they would have no
grindstones on which to bring the in
struments of agriculture or tho military
weapons up to an edge. Oh, you poor,
weaponless Israelites, reduced to a file,
how I pity you I But these Philistines
were not forever to keep their heel on
the neck of Qod's children. Jonathan,
on his hands and knees, climbs up a
great rock beyond which were the Phil
istines, and his armor bearer, on his
hands and knees, climbs up tho same
rock, and these two men, with their two
swords, how to pieces tho Philistines,
the Lord throwing a great terror upon
them. So it was then; so it is now. The
two men of God qn their knees mightier
than a Philistine host on their feet.
A CHURCH WITHOUT VEArON3.
I iearn first from thissnbjecthow dan
gerous it is for tho church of God to al
low its, weapons to, stay in tho hands of
its enemies. These, Israelites might again
and again have pbtained a supply, of
swords and' weapons, as, for instance,
when they topic the spoils of the Am
monites, but theso Israelites seemed con
tent to hs,vo )io swords, no spears, no
blacksmiths, no grindstones, no active
iron mines, uptil iy wag too late for them
to mako any resistance. I see tho farm
ers tugging alongwltb. their pickaxes
and pjows, and"! ay, inhere aro you
going yfith those (things?1 They say,
"Oh, wo aro goi'ng;Qyer fo ,tho garrison of
the Philistines, fo get these things sharp
ened' L say, ''You fooishpien; vhy
don't' you sharpenhemathome?" "Oh."
they say, "the blacksmiths' shops are all
torn down, and we have nothing left us
but a file."
So it is in the church of Christ today.
We are too willnig to givo np our weap
ons to the onemy. The world boasts
thatit has gobbled up the Bchoolsand
tho colleges, and thp arts, and tho sci
ences, and tho literature, and the print
ing press. Infidelity is making a mighty
attempt to get till our weapons in its
hand and then to keop them. You know
it is making this boast all thotime, and
after awhile, when tho great battle be
tween sin and righteousness has opened,
if wo do not look out wo will be as badly
oil as these Israelites, without auy
swords to fight with and without any
I call upon the auperintendents of lit
erary institutions to sea to it that the
men who go into the classrooms to stand
beside the Leyden jars, and tho electric
batteries, and the microscopes or tele
scopes bo children of God, not Philis
tines. The atheistic thinkers of this day
are trying to get all tho intellectual
weapons of this century in their own
grasp. What we want is scientific Chris
tians to capture the science, and scholas
tic Christians to capture tho scholarship,
and philosophic Christians to captnro
the philosophy, nnd lecturing Christians
to take back the lecturing platform.
Tire WEAPONS OF SCIENCE."
We want to send out against Schenkel
ana Btrauss ami iicowv JW
and against the infidel scientists a God
worshiping Silliman and Hitchcock and
Agassiz. We want to capture all the
philosophical apparatns and swing
around the telescopes on the swivel un
til through them we can see the morn
ing star of tho Redeemer, and with min
eralogical hammer discover the 'Rock
of Ages," and amid the flora of the
realms find tho "Rose of Sharon and the
Lily of the Valley."
We want a clergy learned enough to
discourse of the human eye, showing it
to be a microscope and telescope In one
instrument, with 800 wonderful con
trivances and lids closing 80,000 or 40.00C
timM & day, all la muscles and nerves
and bones showing the infinite skill of
an infinite God, and then winding np
with the peroration, "He that formed,
the ay, tUl ha $ot see?" And then we
wwtf to AbeewM about the human ear,
U woMwftrt UtfpuMBt, swabf&M
and vibration; and its chain of small
bones, and its auditory nerves, closing
with tho quetiiloii, "Ho that planted the
ear, shall lio'not hotirl1"
And wo want some dno able to ex
pound the hrt chapter of GenG9fs, bring
ing to it tho geology atid tho astronomy
of tho world, until, as Job suggested,
"tho stones of tho field shall ho in
leiirue" with the truth, nnd "tho 6tara in
their courses fchall f.,;ht against Sisora."
Oh, church of God, go out and racai
turo these weapons. Let men of God go
cut and tako possession of tho platform.
Let nil tho printing press of Una coun
try Biwak out for Christ, and tho report
ers, nnd tho typesetters, and liio editors
and publishers swear nllegiauco to tho
Lord God of truth.
Ah, my friend, that day must' come,
and if tho great body of Christian men
havo not tho faith, or tho courage, or the
consecration to do it, then let some Jon
athan on his busy hands and on his
praying knees climb up on tho rock of
hindrance, and in the name of the Lord
God of Israel slash to pieces thoso liter
ary Philistines. If theso men will not
bo converted to God, then th'ey must be
MOKE CHRISTIAN ENERGY NEEDED.
Again, I learn from this subject what J
is actually hidden and buried and un
developed. The Biblo intimates that
that was a, very rich land this land of
Israel. It says, "Tho Btones are iron, and
out of the hills thou shalt dig brass,"
and yet hundreds of thousands of dollars'
worth of this metal Was kept under the
hills. Well, that is the difficulty with
the church of God at this day. Its tal
ent is not developed. If ono-half of its
energy could bo brought out, it might
take the public iniquities of the day by
tho throat and make them bite the dust.
If human eloquence were consecrated to
the Lord Jesus Christ, it could in a few
years persuade this whole earth to sur
render to God.
There is enough undeveloped Christian
energy in tho United States to bring tho
wholo world to Christ, but it is buried
under strata of indifference and under
wholo mountains of sloth. Now, is it
not time for the mining to begin, and
the pickaxes to plunge, and for this bur
ied metal to be brought out and put into
the furnaces and be turned into how
itzers and carbines for the Lord's host?
Tho vast majority of Christians in this
day are useless. Tho most of the Lord's
battalion belong to the reserve corps.
The mest of the crew are asleep in the
hammocks. Tho most of the metal is
under the hills.
Oh, is it not timo for the church of
God to rouse up nnd understand that we
want all tho energies, all tho talents and
all tho wealth enlisted for Christ's Bake?
I like tho nickname that tho English sol
diers gavo to Dlucher, the commander.
They called him "Old Forwards." We
have had enough retreats in the church
of Christ; let us havo a glorious ad
vance And I say to you now as the
general said when his troops were af
frighted. Rising up iu his stirrups, his
hair flying in tho wind, he liftod his
voice until 20,000 troops heard him, cry
ing out, "Forward, the whole line!"
THE LOOICIAN3 OP THE CHURCH.
Again, I learn from this subject that
we sometimes do well to take advantage
of the world's sharpening instruments.
These Israelites were reduced to a file,
and so they went ever to tho garrison of
the Philistines to get their axes, and their
goads, and their plows sharpened. , The
Bible distinctly states in the context that
they had no other instruments now with
which to do this work, and the Israelites
did right when they went 'over to the
Philistines to use their grindstones. My
friends, is it not right lor us to employ
tho world's grindstones? If thpre bd art,
if thero be logic, if thero be business fac
ulty on tho other side, let us go over and
employ it for Christ's sake.
Tho fact is we fight with too dull
weapons, and wo work with too dull im
plenients. We hack and we maul when
we ought to make a clean stroke. Let
us go over among sharp business men
nnd among sharp literary men and fine!
out what their tact is, and then transfc:
iUto the cause of Christ. If they have
science nnd art, it will do us good to rub
against it. In other words, let us em
ploy the world's grindstones. We will
listen to their music, and wo will watch
their acumen, and wo will use their
grindstones, and we will borrow their
philosophical apparatus to make our ex
periments, nnd we will borrpw their
printing presses to publish our Bibles,
and we will borrow their rail trains to
carry our Christian literature, and we
will borrqw their ships to transport our
That was what made Paul such a mas
ter in his day. He not only got all the
learning-he could get of Dr. Gamaliel,
but afterward standing on Mars hill
and in crowded thoroughfare quoted
their poetry and grasped their logio and
wielded their eloquence and employed
their mythology until Dionysins, the
Areopagite, learned in the schools of
Athens and Heliopolis, went down under
bis tremendous powers.
That was what gave Thomas Chalmers
his power in his day. He conquered the
world' aast ronomy and compelled it to
lrf t d rf
th(J j. mta for the -,, time tha
morning stars sang together, and all the
sons of God shouted for joy. That was
what gave to Jonathan Edwards his in
fluence in bis day. lie conquered the
world's metaphysics and forced it into
the service of God, until not only the
old meeting house in Northampton,
Mass., but all Christendom, felt thrilled
by his Christian power.
Well, now, my friends, wo all have
tools of Christian usefulness. Do not let
them lose their edges. We want no rusty
blades in this fight. Wo want no colter
that canuot rip up the glebe. We want
no ax that cannot fell the trees. W
want uo goad that cannot (tart the lazy
team. Let naget tl:o very best grind
stones we can find, though they be in the
possession of the Philistines, compelling
them to turn the crank, while we bear
down with all onrtaight on tfattwift
reTolTina- wbaal until all ow WifgtH
JDTBTTrNG CJKCAXi fiQJftptAL, WttBAY,
.Again, my subject teaches us on what
a rmall allowance Philistine iniquity
puts a man. Yes, these Phlllstinos shut
np tho mints, nnd then tlicy took tho
spears and (ho awords, then they took the
bluaksniitlis, then they took tho grind
sttoies, nnd they took everything but a
fik. Oh, that is llio way sin works. It
grabs ary thing. It begins with rob
bery, ami it I'u-js with robbery. It do
spoils this f.tc .ilty and that faculty nnd
keeps on until tho wholo nature is gone.
Was tho man eloquent before, it toner-
ally thickenj his tonguo. Was ho flno
in poruonnl unit urance, it mars bis vis
age. Was he affluent, it sends tho shcr
lil to sell him out. Was he influential,
it destroys his popularity. Was ho placid
and genial and loving, it makes- him
splenetic nnd cross, and so utterly is he
changed that you can see ho is sarcastic
and rasping and th'at tho Philistines
havo left him nothing but n fuo.
Oh, "the way of tho transgressor is
hard." His cup is bitter. His night i
dark. His pangs aro deep. His end ii
terrific. Philistino iniquity says to that
man, ','Now, surrenden to me, and I will
givo you all you want musio for the
dance, swift steeds for tho race, imperial
couch to slumber on, and you shall be
refreshed with the rarest fruits in bas
kets of golden filigree." Ho lies. The
music turns out to bo a groan. The
fruits burst the rind with rank poison.
Tho filigree is made up of twisted snakes.
The couch is n grave. Small allowance
of rest, small allowance of pea.ee, small
allowance of comfort. Cold, hard, rough
nothing but a file. So it was with
Yoltairo, the most applauded man of bi
Tho Scripture wai hla Jrstbook, whence he
BonmoU to sail the Christian and the Jew;
An infldel when well, but what when sick?
Oh, then a toxt would touch him to tho quick.
Seized with hemorrhage of the lungs
'in Paris, where be had gone to be
crowned in the theater as an idol of all
Franco, io sends a messenger to get a
priest that he may be reconciled to the
church before he dies. A great terror
falls upon him. He makes tuu place all
round about him so dismal that the
nurse declares that sho would not for all
tho wealth of Eurqpo see another infidel
die. Philistino iniquity had promised
him all tho world's garlands, but in the
last hour of his life, when he needed
solacing, sent tearing across his con
science and his nerves a file, a file.
So it was with Lord Byron, his un
cleanness in England only surpassed by
his uncleanness in Yemco, then going on
to his brilliant misery at Missolonghi, end
fretting at his nurse, Fletcher, fretting
at himself, fretting at tho World, fretting
at God, and ho who gave to tho world
"Childe Harold," and "Sardanapalus,"
and "The Prisoner of Chillonr"and "Tho
Siege of Corinth," reduced to nothing but
THE WAGES fif SIN.
Oh, sin has great facility for making
promises, but it has just as great facility
ior breaking them; A Christian life is
the only cheerful life, while a life of
wicked surrender is remorse, ruin and
death. Its painted glee is sepulchral
t,'hastlines8. In the brightest days of
the Mexican empire Montezuma said he
felt gna,wing at his heart something like
a canker. Sin, liko a monster wild boast
of tho forest, somotimes licks all over its
victim in order that tho victim may be
more easily swallowed; but generally
rin rasps and galls and tears and up
braids and files. Is it not so, Horod? Is
it not so, Hildebrand? Is it not so,
Robespierre? Ayet ayol it is so; it is so.
"Tho way of the wicked he turneth up
History tells us that when Romowos
founded, 'on that day there wero IS
vultures flying through tho air, but when
a transgressor dies tho sky is black with
whole flocks of them. Vultures! When
I see sin robbing so many peoplo, and 1
ee them going down day by day and
week hy week, I must give a plain warn
ing. X uaro not Keep it back, lest x-risk
the salvation of ray own soul. Rover,
tho pirate, pulled down tho warning bell
on Inchcapo rock, thinking that ho would
uave a chanco to despoil vessels that were
crushed on tho rocks, but ouo night pis
own hip crashed down on this very
rock, and he weut down with all hjs
cargo. God declares, "When I fay to
tho wicked thou shalt surply die, and
thou giveut him not warning, that same
man shall dto in bis iniquity, but his
blood will I require at thy hands."
I learn. from this subject what a sad
thing it is wheu thochnrch of God loses
its metal. Thceo Philistines saw that if
they could only get all tho metallic
weapons out of .tho bands of tho Israel
ites all would bo well, and thorefore
they took tho swords and the spears.
They did not want them to havo a single
metallic 'weapon. When the metal of
tho Israelites was gone, their strength
was gone. This it tho troublo with tho
church, of God today. It fs surrendering
its courage. It has not got enough inefal.
How seldom it is that you eeo a man
taking his position in pew, or in pulpit,
or in a religious society, and holding
that Tttsltion against all oppression, ana
all trial, and all persecution, and all
The church of God today wants more
backbone, more defiance, more conse
crated bravery, more metal. How often
you see a man start out in eomo good
enterprise, and at the first blast of nws
paperdom he has collapsed, and all his
courage, gone, forgetful of the fact that
if a man be right all the newspapers of
the earth, with all their columns pound
ing away at him, cannot do bun any per
manent damage! It is only when a man
U wrong that he can be damaged. Why,
God U itoinar to vindlcato his truth, and
be is going to stand by you, my friends,
in every effort yon make for Christ's
cause and the salvation or men.
I sometimes aar to my wife: "Thero to
something wrong; the newspapers have
not assaulted ma for three months! I bars
not done say dnty against public iniqui
ties, and I will stir them up next Sun
day." Then I sttr them np, and all the
following week Uie devil bowls ana
bowk, sfaowisf that I Mr Ma very
bard. fefortktatto.Mtrfe!p4 Christ
--- t tuu ..i caikM. erka
iwTO'ifitw inijjfi i
Lord of Hosts la wlTTi ti, and tho God of
Jacob Is b'hYrefugV. ' Solah."
Ws want mora of thu dntermlnttMon
of Jonathan. I do not suppoco ho was a
very wouderf nl mnr, but ho got on his
knew and clambered up the rock, and
with tho help of his armor bearer ho
bowed down th Pirfllttinw, and a man
of very ordinary Intellectual attain
ments, on bis knoos.can storm anything
for God nnd for tho truth. We want
something of the-determination of the
ucnct-ul who went into tho war, nnd as
ho entered his first bnttlo bis knees
knocked togothcr, his physical courago
not qulto up to his moral courage, and
ho looked down at bis knees and said,
"Ah, if you knew whero I was going to
tako you, you would choko worao than
Thero is only ono question for you to
ask nnd for mo to ask. Wliat docs' Qod
want mo to do' 'Whero is Ibo Hold?
Whero is tho work? Whero is tho anvil?
Whero is tho prayer meeting? Wh'ere'is
tho pulpit? And finding out what God
wants us to do go ahoad and do it-r-all
tho energies of our body, mind and, sou)
enlisted in the undertaking. Oh, my
brethren, wo hayo but little time "to
which to fight for God. You jvill ie
ueau soon. .
Put in tho Christian causo every ener
gy that God gives you. "What thy hand
findeth to do, do It with all thy mifeht,
for thero is neither wisdom nor device in
tho grave whither wo aro all hastening."
Oh, 4a it not high time that we wake out
of sleep? Church of God, lift up your
head at the coming victory! The Philis
tines will go down, and the Israelites
will go up'. Wo nro on tho winning
side. Hear that on tne winning Bide!
I think just now the King's horses are
being hooked. up to tho .chariot, and
when he does ride down the sky there
will bo such a hosanna among his
friends and such a wailing among bis
enemies aa will raalfo tiiq ear,th tremblo
and tho heavens sing. I eco now tho
plumes of tho Lord's cavalrymen toss
ing in tho air. The archangel beforo the
throne has already burnished his trum
pet, and then ho will put its goldon lips
to his own, nnd he will blow the long,
loud blast that will mako all nations
free. Clap your hands, all yo people
Hark! I hear tho falling thrones and tho
dashing down of demolished iniquities'.
flhe KUseiLthn Negro.
In "Old Vienna," ono of tho most at
tractive features of Midway plaisanco, a
strango incident was noticed, A na.tivp
of AbyssiniaJiad entered thoestaurant
and was seated utj one of the tables. Ho
was taliand wqll formed. His hair fell
in ringlets upon his shoulders. Ho was
young and handsome, but black as pighi.
Presently a pretty littlo Vionheso wait
ing maid tripped up to where he sat,
reached down and gavo him a rousing
kiss. There was great laughter all
around, and the handsome darky also
laughed, for ho jeiripyed the joke fully.
It seems that tho waiting maid had been
challenged hy a party of American visit
ors to kiss tho swarthy stranger. She
accepted the challenge nnd wm $2
No worn on who had lived any length
of time in this country would havo donp
that thing. Tho Viennese girl seemed to
have no suspicion of any indelicaby In
the act, and the fact' that the vlotim to
her pleasantry was a negro gavo tho ad
venture, in her opinion, all tho more
No one who goes to Europe from ibis
country can fail to be startled by the
seemingly special favor in, which tho,no
gro is held abroad. We do not, wonder
that tho negro likes life in England) Ger
many and Franco. Wo are not surprised
to read in tho dlspatchos that negro
jockeysro offering their eervipes'rfe,
provided English turfmen will pay their
transportation to England and board
them whilq there. In Europe the negro
is petted. Ho enjoys privileges hardly
accorded to Caucasian visitors. Ajnd
womankind there simply dotes upon
him. Chicago Record.
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Southern Pacific Company
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TWpCir 1-OHTlJtJlll AlliH. r.
7;U.' p. ill.
:1H p. in.
Ar. Han Krsn.
7:15 a. iij
6:28 a. ro
7:00 p. m
Above trains stop ouly al following sutlous
north oriloseburs;, East 1'orlland Oregon City,
Woodbnrn, tialem, Albany Tangent, Hbedds.
Italcey, Jlarrisburf, Junctional ty, Irving and
RfWKHUKO MAIL UA1I.V.
i tHI9 fn Tl.v
11:17 a, rn I Iv.
Ar, I iM p. ni.
1,V. I 1:40 p. m.
Lv. 7:00 a. in
'rM p. m. I Ar.
Albany Local, Ually
Lv. 1 73a a. di.
Lv, I SJM a. id.
Dining Cars en Ogdca Rente
TOLLMAN BUFFBT SLBBFfiftS
Second Class .Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
yeatSUe Wm, Between PcfUi&d
ruiLY- (xxcicrr sunn at).
"MlSm- in" f I.. P.rlUnl
110 p. in. I Ar. Oorvatll
At ilk.nM Mt llnMrallLi MA..nM. m(Im
trsJns Af Orwnn iaHfle Kallmad.
KAfHfeiHTKAIM I1IAILY BIOCpfkUMUA
4,-to p. m.TCrT
To all points la tne KasUru atatas, Panada
ana tansi can m oataiDsej at lowest ra-MM
in W. W,HUK. SHUdBUMI,
K jfftt at the ends? IIm K a
" jr w in s ncaicu conailron r n IMCSS are SSOfM Of I
eeeimi: ua nimanw iraift BT-ttHsaiaun .
? """T. asd free from Irritating eropUoBS. by I
Seo?. It destroys partuum tnttctt, wkicX fpH on I
tvjrsiy yoti ston aireet to as, and we win forward ,
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
vina Aveaae, new Kern, K. X.
Thin wonderful preparation 1b Iurely Vegetable : compounded
from tho proscription of tho OfficialPhysician to tho. Court of Spain.
".Eapano" rccroatca Montaland Nervo Power in Man and "Wotiiail.
An infallible remedy for TeryoS and General Debility,
Nervous Prostration, Creeping:, Paralysis, Weakness cansed
by Debilitating; fosses, Excesses pr Over-Indulgences, In
cipient 8oftQnlng; of the Brain or Paresis, Dlsslnesa, Ioss of
Memory, Confused, Xnoughtsand all Eraln, Nerve or Sexual
Weaknesses. It has no equal in restoring tho Stomach and Brain
to its normal condition following tho abuse of Alcoholio Beverages,
or indulgence in tho Opium, Morphine or Chloral habit
Xorloy & Vlnstanloy.
Hhop 61 BUte street.
-Brick and Tile-
Take It J
. EVENING! JOURNAL,
Only 3 cents a day delivered at
Good meats, Prompt delivery.
Steal Wood Saw
JOHN C. . MARTIN.
State Street, - - Balom
Leav) orders st Balem Im
proyemfnt Co.. BS State street.
TUOTEOTIONlX)DaiB NO. 2 A.O.U. W
I Meats In their hall in Htau Insuranoe
building, every Wednesday evening. '
A. W. UENNU. M. W.
J. A. BEL WOOD. Recorder. '
On easy terms and cheap. A m arre orchard
onHunny WdsNo.one. Siullessouth '
wo-etvr joim jiaiit.
from U. P. Dock at 6 o'clock a. m. tstry Wed
nesday and HHturday.
Irom the Central dock, at foot oi Wellington
street every Unnday and Thurvday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re
turning ramo days.
ixmceruiug rreigut ana passenger oiuineai,
call on the agent.
The best hotel between 1'ortland and Kan
Jfranclsco. rirsl-cUus In all Its appointments.
IU tables are served with the J
Urewn la the Wlllametto Valley.
A, I. WAGNER. Prop.
- POWER HOUSE
yresUand Halt ueaU for tb beat .qna'lty.
Pealtry and stock. Fim delivery.
On iictci Hyntem.
TO CONSUMERS J
TheHaim Mght nn1 1'nwer 'omtvtuy at
s-rtMl im pn bate eqiiliipwl their KUtlna
I.'Rhl plaut Willi ths in st inodirn ipMratBH
anainrw hie to oftr the pnbl'naTtir
Uht tbao pny y-iem ana nl a rata lower
than any city on tho cn.n'.
Aiv and Incnndcaecnt LIIit-
lS. Electric Motor for all
purposes wlicro powcr"l8 re
lUijanrfican bo wired for as matt? lights
n dt-vircd a'. a the consumer pa lor only
suaa ihjuWHsuivUfefd. This being registered
by an ii ed no Meter. Office
179 Commercial St,
J. L BENNETT k SON.
T. W. TH0RNBURG,
I Remodels, re-oovers and j-eealn
UDliolstered furniture. Firs
class work. Ctaemeketa street,
ts la to Insurance block.
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS OAKD0.
p. ii. D'Anov. oio. a. binohak.
'AltOV & UINOIIAM. Attorneys at Law,
llooms 1. a and a. Ji'Aroy Hulldln. Hi
latottreot. flneclal attention elves to JhmI-
ness in tne supreme ana oiicuii. conria oi me
RP. UuldK Attnrntyat law, Halem,Ore
, icon. OUIce 'UK Commercial street.
allLMON POHD, Attorney at law, Salem,
. Oregon. Ullloo upstairs In Pulton block.
nj. niaOKlt. Attorney at lawalem, Ore.
, gon. OUIce over Hush's bank.
r J.BHAW.M.W.UUNT. 8HAW4HUNT
t) , Attorneys at law. ORire oyer CaltaJ
National bank, Hulem, Oregon.
JOHN A, OAU-tON, Attorney at law, rooBM
X and 4, Hush buuk building, Halem.Or.
II. f. IIOtVHAM. W. II. lUilMYM.
BON HAM & HOI.MEM. Attorneys at Jaw.
OtUqo In Hush block, between State and
umrt, on Commercial street.
HtenosniDhtr and Tib-
wrlteat Uml equipped typewriting oT-
out one in
uregou, over jsush'a boak,
TKI.LA HIIEUMAN.-Typewrltlnn ana
commercial stenocruDhv. riHim 11. (Jrar
look. Vlratlaa work. Rule reao&nrt.
DH A. UAVI4, Lata Poet Graduate of New
York, gives special attention to tba t
easesof womtu and children, pom, tkraat,
Itmgs, kidneys, sklu diseases and surfry.
Offlva at rrlaanc, lot ntate street. Consults
tlim ftoniB'orJa in HDrt a to 5 p. m. 7-l-s
viuce aio i ommrrciai Ktreemei ananaas i
lUeldence t7o UimmerefaM suet.
Q a IIKOWNK. M. I).. PhysM a4 Mf
yi. K'B. ttmce, wurpuy Beo; .
vsa.t nnrinrrii tiiw.
EU.T O I
HM1XJI, DeutlH, Ml oiU atnM
Oron. PlBlid 4 mi tal (,
ins - -j Httnn IteiHssssI fcsssssVima
vl M vtvajssBa anrairv jrwaaaestasasaBSBf slBBBBBSjtaiajB
lions a specialty.
tloua and susterl
S uA BSrfSM lllH Aid
WrB7iBjasj leV 9Mwm
o m OiniiilHiBl
clashes rit bullitinjH. Ofaca
street, np stairs.
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