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A BOTTLE OF" TEAES.
iTALMAGE CHOOSES A "UNIQUE
THEME FOR HIS DISCOURSE.
A Text TKatCarrleaConsolatlon
Weary nil Heavy Laden The Griefs find
-BnooKwfS"a.ng. Slr-Revr-T. DoWitt
Talmago chose a "unique theme as hiB
Jnbject for todayiitoz "A Bottlo of
tears," tho't&xt selected being PsaUns
ivi, o, "nn thou my tears Intp thy bot
Hardly 'nyiiail has comktQ. melfqr 20
yearsthtitfhaB apt contained letters day
tag thajtny sermons have coaiforted'tlie
wrjtoa Of those letters, rhave nothis
ffirimuW nor for 20 years' Bpoken, on the
tilfftfoVm of any outdoor meeting but
smlA Jnawi.'T l.J.JL V..-. !' .
buiuui iiutyi x iiuvu ueeii toiu Dy nun
dreds of Voplo'th'e Bnmetnfag. So I
think I will keep on trying to be a "6on
The prayer of my tost was pressed ont
of David's soul by innumerable calami
ties, but it is just as appropriate for the
dibtressulof all ages. "Within the past
century travelers and antiquarians have
explored the ruins of many of the an
cient cities, and from the very heartof
those buried splendors of other days
have been brought up evidences of cus
toms that long ago vanished from the
world. From among tombs of those
ages have been brought up lachryma
tories, or lachrymals, which are vials
made of earthenware. It was the cus
tom for the ancients to catch the tears
that they wept over their dead in a bot
tle, and to place that bottlo in the graves
of the departed, and wo have many
specimens of the ancient lachrymatories,
or tear bottles, in our museums.
TEAlt BOTTLES FROM CYPRUS.
When on the way from the Holy Land
our bhip touched at Cyprus, we went
back into the hills of that island and
bought tear bottles which the natives
had dug out of the ruins of the old city.
There is nothing more suggestive to me
than the tear bottles which I brought
home and put among my curiosities.
That was the kind of bottle that my
text alludes to when David cries, "Put
thou my tears into thy bottle."
The text intimates that Qod has an in
timate acquaintance and perpetual re
membrance of all our griefs, and a vial,
or lachrymatory, or bottle, in which he
catches and saves our tears, and I bring
to you the condolence of this Christian
sentiment. Why talk about grief? Alas,
the world has its pangs, and now, while
I speak, there are thick darknesses of
sonl that need to be lifted. There are
many who are about to break under the
assault of temptation, and perchance,
if ho words appropriate to their case bo
uttered, they perish. I come on no fool's
errand. Put upon your" wounds' no salve
compounded by human quackery; bnt,
pressing straight to the mark, I hail you
as a vessel midsea cries to a passing
craft, "Ship ahoyl" and invite you on
board a vessel which has faith for a rud
der, and prayer for sails, and -Christ for
captain, and heaven for an eternal har
bor. Catherine Bheinfeldt, a Prussian,
keeps a boat with which she rescues the
drowning. When a storm comes on the
coast, and other people go to their beds
to rest, she puts out in her boat for the"
relief of the distressed, and hundreds of
the drowning bas she brought safely to
the beach. In this lifeboat of the gos
pel I put out today, hoping, by God's
help, to bring ashore at least one soul
that may now be sinking in the billows
of temptation and trouble. The tears
that wore once caught in the lachryma
tories brought np from Hercnlanouin.
and Pompeii are all gone, and the bottle
is as dry as the scoria of the volcano thatf
submerged them, but not bo with 'the
bottle in which God gathers all our tears.
First, I remark that God keeps perpet
ually the tears of repentance. Many a
man has awakened in the morning io
wretched from a night's debauch that ho
has sobbed and wept. Pains, in the head,
aching in the eyes, sick at heart and (un
fit to step into the light. He grieves, not
about his misdoing, but only about its
consequences. God makes no record of
such weeping. Of all the million tears
that have gushed as the result of such
misdemeanor, not one ever got 'Into
God's bottle. They dried on the fevered
cheek or were dashed down by the bloat
ed hand or fell into the red wine cup as it
came again to the lips, foaming with still
But when a man is sorry for his past
nnd tries to do better when he mourns
his wasted advantages and bemoans bis
rejection of God's mercy and cries amid
the lacerations of an aroused con
science tof hdlp put of his1 terrible pre
dicament; then God listens ;ctheir heaven
bows down; then scepters of pardon are
extended from the throne; then his cry
ing rends the heart of heavenly compas
sien: then his tears aro caught in God's
PARADISX AND TH8 PEHX.. -
You know the story of paradiand
the peri. I think t might be put tp
higher adaptation. An angel.starta from
the throne of God to find what thing'it
can on earth worthy of being caxriei 1
back to heaven. It goes down through
the gold and silver mines of earth, bnt
finds nothing worthy of transportation
to tho celestial city. It goes down through
the depth of the sea, where the peafs
lie, and nd nothing worthy of taking
back to heaven. But coming to the foot
of a mountain it sees a wanderer weep
ing over his evil ways. The tears of the
prodigal start, but do not fall to the
ground, for the angel's wing catches
them, and with that treasure speeds back
to heaven. God sees the angel coming
and says, "Behold the brightest gem of
earth and the brightest jewel of heaven
- -the tear of a sinner's repentance.''
Oh, when I see the heavenly Shepherd
bringing a lamb from the wjldernewr
when I hear the qsfck tread of -the prodi
gal hastening home to find his father;
Sr,t TftftlCuSiS .taTrflfiiStH V
burned, and the
for mercy to a
exclaim in ecRtnsv
and triumph, "More tears for God's bot
Again, God keeps a tender remem
brance of all your sicknesses. How
many of you are thoroughly sound in
body? Not one out of tent I do not ex
aggerate. Tho vast majority of the race
are constant subjects of ailments. There
is some one form of disease that you are
particularly subject to. You have a
weak side or back or are subject to
headachesor faintnesses or lungs easily
distressed. It would not take a very
strong blow to shiver the golden bowl
of life or break the pitcher at the foun
tain. Many of you have .kept on, in life
mrougn sneer rorce or will. You think
no one can understand your, distresses.
Perhaps you look strong, and it is sup
posed that you are a hypochondriac.
They say you are nervous as if that
were nothingl God have mercy upon
any man or woman that is nervous I
At times you sit alone in your room,
Friend's do not come. You feel an inde-
scribable loneliness in your sufferings,
but God knows; God feels; God com
passionates. He counts the sleepless
nights. He regards the acuteness of the
pain. He estimates the hardness of the
breathing. While you pour qnt the
'medicine from the bottle and count the
drops,' God counts all your falling tears.
As you look at the vials filled with nau
seous drafts and at the (bottles of dis
tasteful tonic tbatrstand on tho shelf, re
member that there is a larger bottle than
these, which is filled with nomixturo by
earthly apothecaries, but it is God's bot
tle, in which ho hath gathered all our
THE BOaEOWS'OP POVERTY.
Again, God remembers all tho sorrows
of poverty. There is much want that
never comes1 to. inspection, The deacons
of the church never seo it. The comp
trollers of almshouses never report it. It
comes not to church.r it has no appro
priate apparel. It makes no appeal for
help, but chooses rather to suffer than
expose its bitterness. Fathers who fail
to gain a livelihood, so that they and
their children submit to constant priva
tion; sowing women, who cannot ply
the needle quick enough to earn them
shelter and bread.
But whether reported or uncomplain
ing, whether in seemingly comfortable
parlor, or in damp cellar, or in hot gar
ret, God's angels of mercy are on tho
watch. This jnomont those griefs are
being collected. Down on the back
streets, in all the alleys, amid shanties
and log cabins, the work goes on. Tears
of want seething in summer's beat pr
freezing in winter's cold they fall not
unheeded. They are jewels for, heaven's
casket. They are plodges of divine sym
pathy. They are tears for God's bottle.
I Again, the Lorfl preserves the remem
brance of all paternal anxieties. You
see a man from tho most infamous sur
roundings step out into the kingdom pf
God. Ha has heard no sermon. He has
received no startling providential warn
ing. What brought him to this nejw
mind? This is the secret God looked
over the bottlo in which he gathers the
tears oj his people,, and he aaw.a paren
tal tear hi .that bottle wljich, has-been
for 40 years unanswered, fie said, "Qo
to, now, and let me answer that tear!"
and forthwith the wanderer is brought
home to God. f -- ,
Oh, this ,worlc of graining children for
GodI It ia'atrqmenaous.wqrk., Some
people mint? i,vuiy, xixey unvtuovtr
tried it." .AcJuUd is placed in tho arms,
of the young .parent. It- 4a a beautiful
plaything. Yon look Mo the laughing
eyes. You examine thp dipiplp8 In the
feet. You wonder at its exquisite or-
ganTsm Beaujiful jijaythingj Bujt qn
some hightf all as you, sit rpckinglhat
little one. a voice seems to Jail straight
from the throne of God, saying: "That
child is immortal! The stars shall die,
but that is an immortal! Suns shall
grow old with age and perish, but that
is an immortal!"
QOD TODERSTANDS YOUR HEART.
Now, I know with many of you this a
the chief anxiety. . You earnestly wish
vour children to trrow up rightly, b
you find it bard work to make them
as you wish. You check their temper.
You correct their waywardness; in tha
midnight your pillow is wet with weepr
Ing. You have wrestled with God in
agony for the salvation of yonr children.
You ask me if all that anxiety has beer
ineffectual, I answer, No. God un
derstands your heart. He understand
how hard you have tried to make thai
daughter do right, though she is so very
petulant and reckless, and what pain"
you have bestowed in teaching that tsoU
to walk in the path of uprightness,
though he has such strong proclivities
I speak a cheering word. God bear
every counsel you everpffpred him. God
has known all the sleepless nights you
havd passed. God has seen every sink
in it of vour depressed spirit. God re
members your prayers. He keeps eter
nal record of youruxieties, and in his
lacjjrymatory not e;u.cb as stood in an
cient tomb, but jn one that glows and
glitters beside the throne f God he
holds all those exhausting tears.
Tfce jgrasa may bo rank nppn your
graves and he letters upon your tomb
stones defaced with the elements before
the divine response wilj come, but he
who hath declared, "I will be a God to
thee and to thy seeduter thee," wilnot
forget, id some Wy in heaven wbilr
. 'ruXruin. a.uf nf ticrta Ih
..,t f Mri uHH .wine iiv. ni Mr-
landed, with glory that long wayward
one will rush into vour outstretched
arius pf welcome and triumph. The
hills may depart, and .the earth may
burn, and. the stars fall, and timeperun,
nt God will break his oath and trample
nnon his Drouiises-'neTerl neverl
Again, God, keeps a .perpetual remem
brance Of all bereavements. These are
the trials that cleave the .soul and throw
the rod hearts of men to be crushed In
ilia urtnit nriaia.
Troubles at uie store
. . -. .i-n , l(i.nr.
AndJthevuS, Sud jheW
passion oiasi appealing
compassionate God. I
In thq couruuom. But bereavements
are home troubles, nnd there is no escape
from them. You will see th.it Vacant
chair. Your eye will catch at tho sug
You cannot fly tho presence of such
ills. You ko to Switzerland to tret clear
of them; but, moro sure footed than tho
mule that takes you up tho Alps, your'
troubles climb to the tiptop and sit shiv
ering on the glaciers, You may cross
the eeas, but they can outsail the swift
est steamer. You inuy tako paravan. and
put out across the Arabian desert, but
thoy follow yon like a simoom, armed
with suffocation. You plunge iuto the
Mammoth cave, but they hang like sta
lactites from tho roof of the great cav
tt.U They stand, behind with skeletop
fingers to push you ahead. They stand
before you to throw you back. They
run upon yon like reckless horsemen.
They charge upon you with gleaming
spcan They seem to come haphazard,
scattering shots from tho gun of A care
less sportsman. But not so. It is good
aim that sends them just, right, for God
, is tho archer.
This summer1 many of ybu will- espe
cially feel your grief as you go to places
where once you were nccoinpanied by
those who are gone now. Your trou
bles will follow, you ,t,o the seashore and
will keep up with the lightning expre is
in which you speed away. Or, tarryjng
at home, they will sit beside you by
day and whisper over your pillow night
after nigh I want to assure you that
you are not left alone and that your
weeping is heard in .heaven,
Yqu will wander among theihills arid
Bay, "Up thfs hill last yoar,.'Our; b$y
climbed with great gleo and waved his
cap from theop," or "This is the place
where our little girl put flowers in her
hair nnd looked np in her mother'
face," until every drop of blood in your
heart tingled with gladness, and y)u
thanked Gpd with, a thrill of rapture
and you look around as much as to .say
'Who dashed out that light?' Who filled
this cup with gall? What blast froze up
these fountains of the heart?1'
Some of you bayp lost your parents
within the last IS months. Their .players
for you.are ended. You take up- their
picture and try to call back the kind
ness that once looked out from those
old, wrinkled faces and Bpoke in such a
tremulous voice, and you say-it is a good
picture, but all the while i yon foel that,
after all, it does not do justice; and you
would give almost anything you woujd
cross tho sea; you would walk ,tho earth
over to hear just one wbrd from those
lips that a few months ago used to call
you by your first name, though, o Jong
you yourself have been a parent. i
Now, you have done your best to hide
yonr grief. You smile when you do not
feel like.it. But though you may de
ceive the world, God knows. He loojes
down upon the empty cradlo, upon the
desolated nursery, upon the stricken
home and upon the broken heart, and
says: "This is the- way I thrash the
wheat; this is the way I scour my jew
els! , Cast thy burden ,pn my arm, and I
will sustain you, All those tears I have
gathered into my bottle!"
uses OF.aoD'a lachrymatory;
But what is the uso of having so many
tears in God's, lachrymatory? Iri that
great casket or vase, why docs God pre-'
serye all your troubles? Through all
the age3 of eternity, what use. qf a great
collection of tears! J do, not know that J
they will be kept jthero forovwy I. do
pot know but. that in jome distant; age
of .heaven an angel of God may look
into the bottle nnd find dt as empty' of
tears as the lachrymals of earthenware
dug up front the ancient city. Whetfe
have the tears gone? What sprite ofi
hell hath beon invading God's palac
and hath robbed the lachrymatories?
None." "Theses wero sanctified sorrows,
and those tears werechanged into pearls
that are now set in the crowns and
robes of the ransomed. '
I walk up to- examine this heavenly
coronet, gleaming brighter than the jinn
and cry, "From what river" depths qt
heaven were those gems gatherejj?" and
a thpusand voices, reply, "These ai)u
transmuted tears from. Qod's bottlft." I
see, scepters of light stretched dpvpi f rpip
the throne of those who on earth were
trod on of men, nnd. in every scepkjr
point and inlaid in every ivory stair if
golden throne I behold on indescribable
richness and luster and cry, "Froni,
whence this streamngUgjit thes$ flash
ing pearls?" ant) tho voices pf the elders
befqre the tlurpne. and. of the jnartyrj.
nnder the altar, ajjd-of thflihundred, and
forty.aud four, thousand radiant on the
glassy soa exclaim, "Transmuted itearji
from God's bottle."
Let the ages qf heayen, roll on the
story pf earth's pomp and, pride lont
ago ended; he kohinoor diamonds that
make kings proud, the precious, stones
that adorned Persian, tiara and flamed
in the robes pf Babylonian procesaionjt
forgotten; tho Golconda mines, charred
in the last conflagration, but firm as. the
everlasting hills and pure as the light
that streams from the throne, and bright
as the river that flows from the eternal
rock, shall gleam, shall sparkle, shall
flame forever these transmuted tears of
God's bpttle. -
Meanwhile let the empty; Uchrymot
tory of heaven etand for ever. Let nq
hand touch, U Let .no, wing strike it
Let no collision crack it Purer than
Jiftrvl or ehrvbonrasus. Let it stand oi
the step of Jehovah's throne and under
the arch of the pnfading rainbow. Pas
lag down the corridors of the palace
thn redeemed of earth shall glance at it
nnd think of all the earthly troubles
fmm wliieb thev were QeiiTerea ana
say, each to each: "That U what we
heard of on earth." "That la what tha
twalmUt spoke of," "There pnee vrt?a
nni our leara. "iwikriuw- wm
And jyfij standing there Jp;ttlpg thW
jficjieft Joklfl rase pf heavwi tha towtni
Of WIO paUtCfl OOOO Mruca MVtW"! "7
iMmti '!j3pi hathvjped a.way all tears
fro all face Wherefore comfort one
another, with these word."
A vrrmiin aava
that a man can bear
IU IvUrutaitr. Ufw-Mbrttli.-tt.
1 A Blmple Method.
"A year or bo ago," said a young man
to a Pittsburger. "I spent a few weeks
in Now Orleans. One day I saw a ma
chinej which boro the inscription, 'Drop
a nickel in the Blot and learn how to
make y6ttr pants lost.' As I hadn't a
great deal Of money, I thought an invoat
ttfferit'bf 6 tents to show mo hnw to savo
the purchase of a pair of trousers would
bo -'small capital put to good use, so I
dropped a nickel in and a card appeared.
What do you suppose it recommended as
the way to make your pants last?"
"Don't woar 'cm, I suppose."
'What did it say?"
"Make your coat and vest first."
Did Not Spare Ittm.
Miss Coldeal Flora Flippe eaya she
docs noti think yon havo any brains. '
Oholly 'Chumpleigh Good gwacloua.
how deceitful! Why, Bho told a friend
of mine tho other day that I was outbf
Miss Coldeal Well, "out of sight, out
of mind," you know. Tho Club.
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iNot If She Knew It. i ' t I
A few weeks ago a railway collision
killed, among others, a passenger living
in a country town. His remains were
sent home, and a few days after the fu
neral the solicitor to tho cotnpany called
upon tho widow to effect a settlement.
She placed her damages at 9,000. '
"Oh, that sum is unreasonable!" re
plied tho solicitor. "Your husband was
nearly CO years old?"
"And his general health1 was poor?" '
"And; .ho probably would not ha
lived more than fie jeare?"
"Probably not, fcir."
"Then it seems to me that -100 or 600
wbuld'bb a fair compeiisation." '
'"Fbuii'or1 fivo hundred?" Bho echoed;
"Whyysiry 1'icourted that num for 0
years, ran after liim for 10 more, arid
then had to chaso him down with a shot
gun to get him to marry mo. Do you
suppose that I'm going to eettlo for bate
cost of bIioo leather mid ammunition?"!
Tho man of law concluded that she de
served all shb could get. Spare Mo-
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Tho Union Pacific now leads with re
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turuugu car uriuiiKuujuuiH, mnKniuu-
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sleepers, free reclining obalr car and
fast time, make it (lie best time to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
ciauyaiBHaa. in. ami yssu p. m. ,ine
ra tea are now within reach or oil, arid
everybody should tako advantage' pf
them to v)eit tue yvoriu'a air and tpeir
friends in the eaet. Bend for rates and
schedules or trnlils, and do not purchase
tickets until after consulting Bdlse &
barker, agents, Salem, Or.
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iaiaenoe no vommerciai aireei.
Q O. BIIOWNK, M. O.. I'hyaiclauaBdWur.
O. geon. Office, .Murpby blookj residence,
Ili.Obinmfrclal atreet, J ' , i
"Vlt.T.O. hMITH, Ueutlat, IS Btate atreqt
U Salem, Oregon; Klnlibed dental opera,
tlona of every doaorlptloa.' lalBHM lopfcra
ui)Daqapc9(niy. , t ,
DIt CLARA' M. DAVIUHON, gtaduate Of
Woman' Medical College; of l'eany).
vanla Office, Basb-Breyman Bock, flem.
WD.I'UUH, Architect, plana, peclflcn
( tlona and uporlntcurtenre for nl
olauei ot buildings. Office 280 Commercial
street, up abtlra.
PltOTKUrjONMlDOK NO. 3 A.O.TJ. W
Meeta In their hall In Htate Insurance
building, every Wedniv ovntne
l Vii.'.Al -V. W.iJSUJ M. w.
j. A.pr.toYijp. luoiruer.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
I DAYS to
DOP W" "Jlty! "' Kn"
TKrough Pulmn and Twrlit Slepri, Tree
Reclining Chavlr Cut, Gluing Curl.
or rata, aad '. lafcrwaMo oall on
W, H. TCUXUBUKT, Aaet, U. Y, A.
,aM WMelattw MU lM,
rwoeMi aaar nv
a ITtry wwr.
A Itm tVtW 'aif'i ail paraaiw (liaklnatloa
bmk I ' ai fc fu8 VMikaUf aoj fwf-ttm.
atttag yus ft. mnwy ,ad Mhf Mbw.
TW. itif will cw roa W y 4 ud.
W (wmtM et r raf u4 awwf.
W0FFAT CHEMICAL CO., "
: firi txszffitxxm:' " ,mmi7,c:jzv7i:7trr- p,.
'! VU'f JliTHl'SKOOKUrt ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., !fc
"3 HA5M" T 8atk Fifth Aveaae, New York, N.Y. C
.I, i in. imii umii'i nii i ij. a I." i. i , in
WtimrJtfl JHM rvi
vUy ifca ilMUMlaaCaai iom0mn tat Ox tru llxt
atiw(kaUWlnaNiJ4ll awx aware
M'- ."w I ill i mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmm
What fsithe jconditkm of yours? Is your Iialr dry,
rt spilt at tno ends? .nasJIt a i
DocsdtjMI out wjieji'combeij or
yarned in time or you will become bald.
ooouei ana retraining Tonic By tlruulntlmr .
Jhair. cure dandnirr and nmi..&Ai..hnf? '
tW" KM tM ictlp cDan, neelthT. and tree from Irritatliiir ertiDtlont.'br. I
Boap. It aeetroji panuitto itwteit, which fttdoh
ioralr yea lend diroot to n. and w nm rnni
!TVivvriru,wwn (QrV&AKk poap.
'AU. .1 d U. k-nl.T1. . - i.- "i . " r. "
Sciteeri ' Doors
ff.-B. aimrirri -
- Brick andTile -
Xorloj & Win8f.ahley.
UnlyacenUn day delivered at
ieaU, Prompt delivery.
JOHN C. MARTIN:
orders nt Rfilfim Tm
vu.f mf diami iiroow j(
TUB TVATOHaf A'feMi!,
213H Ccmratrclal St., Silim, Oregon,'
(Next door to Klein's.)!
Specialty ot Bpeotocles, and ropaWag Oloeks.
WatihM and Iewlrv
Smith Premier Typewriter,
Sold on coy pay menu, if or Itent.
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem,
H.N.lllUUPKE.Gen'Usent, 01 Third Hf.,
Portland. RendforcaWngMk' " 'V I
'f'l ") ,
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE Howr'
00 " WAifK.W1
Ifyotfwtnt aline MESS SHOE mA In the ttlMl
tylM, don't pay $6 to W, try my $3, $3.50, $4,00 er
ISSheev They Myiil tociittonnttdeanaleokafld
vur at well, If you with to economho In your footwear,
do to by pmhiwg W, L, Douglu Shoct, Name ni
price lumped on the bottom, look for It when you buy
W.IDOUaitJ.IIrochtoti.laei. Sold by
The House Moven
451 Marlon Street.
Haa the beat facllltlea tor'tnoTlna' and rata-
ing houEoa, Leave ordeni at Orny Jirog,, ot
addreae Haletn, Oregon.
Frsft TrfslaiJ orltlwior FoicU.Ltc.
I la the Una tottaka
To all fmt M and So.
It la thedlnlng car rante. Itrqcs through
reetlbale train.; every day In tha year to
ST. FADL AND CHICAGO
,'(Ko chMf a of oar')
Oosopod of dlalagoara HBcuryaaaad,
fullman drawls room eleeuera
Of laUt cttff meat
Heat that can be ooatirncUd aurt la vrhlcli
aeeoBBtnodatlttua are both Ireo and liir
nUhad for holwe of Sr.t aad aond.cUa
KLKOAUT DAY COACHES.
Aeoatlnuoti Uoa consanlog Vttti all
Mae. aordlDjr dtreet and nnlnterruptM
iMIItaan alt r "-vetloueau boa.
cmFe4,a adu any agent of
Tbreutk llsketa. to and from all point
In AwerVa, Kuglaad and Knrope can be
rll IntbrcnaUoa) ooBoorhiti raUx, tiro
on anviicittlon to any aent orr"fvr'Tr
A. D. CHAItLTOX.
Aaalatant (JeaereJ teaaavar AnaC, Mo,
BaJaHBaBaBBk-t ' ' ' '
JHf r 1 ' 7fc
Mi aBarravr iii a
f Electric Lights!
A wJl U VX1 LI U JH JUI U1 Z a
Thqljiiitijn WeiA aha tower Company t
LlKlit plant with the u out modtm appamtu
I " now Die to oner the pabllo a better
uaufc loan any symem ana at a rate lower
than any city on Uie coast.
Arc and lKcanrfcsceiit light;
lag. Electric Meters for all
purposes where frower Is re
quired. f '
Itorl Jeare enn bo wired for as many lla-nU
as dealrca.and the cotwURuitu
URU)tn pay ,ftr only
This hfnk rsietei4
by an iulectrio Jfcier. oaica
J. L MNm k SON.
P, O. Qloolr.
T. W, THORNBURfi,
ttemodeli, ro-covern And repairs
upholstered furniture, jflret
claaa vrorlc. (IheuifiketA. atreet.
Bftlom Htate fiunranoe block.
FOE SAL1E. '
On eaay'temii nnd cheap. A JO aero orchard
on Hunny Hide No. one. SmllcsBouth.
MCWt-dW ' 30HN1 MART.
Deutscher Advocat. ,
fOSOFFICE BLOCK, - .SALEftf.OR,
Admitted to practice In all the eourta.
Special attention given to German .peak
ing people and biieTneae at, tbe oounty aud
(late offloea. K. IIOFKK, otary Jrtibllc
The Yaquinq Route.
IC B. I
Aiid Oregoa rvovolopraent, company's Bteam
nhlp Hue. 225 miles shorter, 2U hours lees
tlmethnn by any otb.tr route,1 First elass
through paasenger and freight line from
I'ortland and all lolnt In the Wllleime'
valley to and fromVan Krancteco. ,
T1MK SCHEDULE, (Except Muuday,)
I.V Albany.l 00 p m I Lv Oorvftllls 1:40 p m
Ar Yaaulua.:H0 p m iiv Yaqulna .tfc a m
Lv Corvallls. 10:34 am j Ar AlbanyU:l0a m
O.A O. trains connect at Albany and Cor-
'i'lie above trains connoct at Yooulna with
the Orrgon Development Co.'o line or steam
ers between Yaqulna and finu FranoUoo.
N. II Pauongtrs from I'ortland and all
Willamette volley poSntu can jruSu close eon
nation with thu trains of the Yaqulna Koule
at Albany or Corvallls and 1 dcatlnud Ut Ham
Kranclsoo, should arrnu ja to arrive at Yaqulna
the evening boforft dnte of sailing. J
I'ttiueDger and Kn-lcht HattH alwa,v the
lonnst For luformftMon apply. ta Mown, o
HULMAN Ooi, Freight and'tftcliet AgeuUi
300 and 308 Front strnei, 1'orllnud. Or., or
a O. IIOUUB. Ao't (lon'l YU A VnU. "Agt.,
. , Or. faclHc 11. K Co . Corvallls, Or.
CH.UABWiJ.li, Jr., Uvn'l Freight and
East and South
the Shasta route
of thr i t
Southern Pacific Company,
OALiroitNtA xxvukus tkaik nvit ijAily be.
TWCN 1-OHTI.AWD AWDB. T.
id p. m.
KtU p. Ill,
Above trains stop at
all stations from
,-oriiauu io aidod
any luelutUcfalno ntTanaant
', llarrlsburg, Junction City,
and all statlous from Kosaburg;
to Ashland Inclusive.
1H17 a. m
Ar.) 4JOp. n.
HIhInk Cans H GgaJcH RvhUo
tollman mm &mm
Second Class Slieping Car
Attached to all through trains.
iVestSife DiisiVBetwei 1M
m p. in. I Ar
At Albany aad Corvallls roaaaet
trains of Oregon lant8s Kallroad.
4:l p. so. Lv
To all points In tb Haara UU, Oanada
and Kuropo ran ba obtalswd M isMst Maa
Iroui W. w. MCINMKK, AjeatfTiateBn.
ij-. MotiKiu. Aa,w. -.amraaaVArt
1N CENTRAL LINES
(Kortkera PaNk R. R. Co., latsg
UTEST TM CAW),
Twg Thrmgh Tftaa PaJty.
. mi'.. i iricss;
Tlrketi soM and ' etuukad taunuaii
',""1 ' t
to all poloiala Mmi UalU4toM4,d6aji(aa.
ClOMSMaaaUett mU lav Cloo wltU aU
.. Ki)r.,u "a)Moat awply to your ikearesi
U, . ad Tat, Aft., Oalio, tU
m: .ViiTla IHiiiii-iittSliii. 1'f-nj!te-'--''!..