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THE TAGERNACLE PULPJT FESTOON
ED VITH HOLIDAY GREEN.
, Iter. lr. Tnlnince's Sormon on Christ tlis
(ptr A Llvluc SpcitlclnB, Historic and
.Evangelistic Mnr A Discourse That
fllimn Willi i:in(iienco.
Brooklyn, Doc. 24. In tho Brook
lyn Tnbornnclo today n great audience
iwseinWeil to participate in tho Christ
mas Bervices. , Standing boforo tho or
gan, festooied with Christinas greeii3,
this sermon waB delivered by iter. Dr.
Tnlmngc, after tho throngs had bung
"Tho Star of Bothlchom." Text, Rov
elntiou zxlit 10, "I am tho bright and
tho morning star."
This is Christmas eve. Our attention
und tho attention of tho world is drawn
to tho star that pointed down to tho cir
uv.insary whero Christ was born. But
do not let us forgot that Christ himsolf
va a star. To that luminous fact my
text calls us.
It BoeniH as if tho natural world were
anxious to make up for tho damago it
did our raco in furnishing the forbid
den fruit. If that truit wrought death
among tho nations, now all tho natural
product shall become a symbol of bloss- j
iug. The showering down of tho wealth
of tho orchard will make us think of
him whom Solomon describes as tho ap-
plo tree among tho trees of tho wood, and
tho flowers ot tanglt'd glen und cultured
parteire ahull bo the dew glinted gar
land for tho luow of tho 'Lord Jesus.
Yea, even tho night shall bo taxed, and
its brightest-star shall bo set as a gem
In tho coronet of our holy religion.
Havo you ever seen tho morning star
advantageously? If it was on your w.iy
homo tiom n night's carousal, you saw
nono ot its Wuty. If you merely turn
ed oyer on your pillow in tho darkness,
glancing out of tho window, you know
nothing nbout the cheerful influence of
that star. But thcro aro many in this
house tonight who in great passes of
thoir life, souio of them far out at sea,
havo gazed at that star and been thrill
rd through with indescribable gladness.
That star comes trembling as though
with tho perils of tho darkness, and yet
briuht with tho anticipations of tho day.
It seems emotional with all tenderness.
nnttn IihIU 4,1 l
"" - "u"i .U1. "'iuion-tha wall -. and the soul is about to hafw
uuurojusi aooutto put on the cap- Into elorv n.1 v Vmi ZZi '
stone when evuything is demolished KrfIairiRSte
it. Them ,r mTi" rrK.r, ! r": mw.&
tho household. Bhio oyo closed. Colnr
MmayiW'-oABBPAii JOtmyAi,; SrasDAY, momnum w 1803.
dashed out of the cheek. The foot still.
Instead of tho quick feet in the hall, tho
heavy tread of thoso who march to tho
grave. Oh, whnt are people to do amid
all tluso sorrows? Some sit down and
mourn. Somo bite their lip until tbo
blood comes. Somo wring their palo
hands. Some fall on their fncrs. Rnmn
He on their backs helpless and look up
into what seems to them an uupitying
heaven. Somo pull their hair down over
their eyes and look through with a
fiend's glare. Some, with both hands,
press their hot main and want to dio
and cry,-0 God, O Godl" Long night,
bitter night, stupendous nijzht of tho '
world's suffering! Some know not which
way to turn. But not so tho Christian
man. Ho looks up toward tho heavens,
Ho sees a blight appearance in tho heaV'
ens. Can it bo only a flashing meteor?
Can it be only a falling star? Can it bo
only a delusion? Nay, nay. Tho longer
ho looks tho more distinct it becomes,
until after awhilo ho cries out, "A star
a moining star, a star of comfort, a
star of grace, a star of peace, tho star of
tho Redeemer!" Peace fonall trouble.
( Balm for all wounds. Lifo fur all dead.
Now Jesus, tho great heart healer,
comes into our home. Peace! Peace
that passeth all understanding. Wo
loolc up through our tears. Wo are com
forted. It is tho morning star of the
Redeemer. "Who broko off that flow
er?" said ono servant in tho garden to
another. "Who broke off that flower?"
And the other sen-ant said, "The mas
ter." Nothing more was said, for if the
master had not a right to break off a
flower to wear over his heatt or to set
hi tho. vabo in tho mansion, who has a
right to touch the flower? And when
Christ comes down into our garden to
gather lilies, shall we fight him back?
Shall we talk as though ho had no right
to come? If any ono in all tho universe
has a right to that which is beautiful
in our homes, then our master has, and
ho will take it, and he will wear it over
his heart, or ho will set it in tbo vase of
the palaco eternal. "The Lord gave,
and tho Loitl hath taken away; blessed
bo tho name of tho Lord." Peace, trou
bled soul! I put tho balm on you,r
wounded heart tonight. Th" morning
(n ll,l ,,-i'Hi tlin rnnrs nf mnnv I
sorrows. It is tno eem on tho hand of star, tho morning star of tho Redeemer,
tho morning thrust up to signal itecom
ino-. Other stars aro dim, nice holy can
dles in a cathedral or silver beads count
ed in superstitious litany, but this is a
living star, a speaking star, a historic
star, an ovangolistio star bright and
brilliant and triumphant symbol of the
groat Redeemer. Tho telegraphic oper
ator puts his finger on tho silver key of
tho electric instrument, and tho tidings
fly across tho continent. And so it seems
to mo that the finger of inspiration is
placed upon this silver point in tho
i,nma mirl its thrill throuoh all the
eavtb. "Behold, 1 bring you good tid
ings of great joy which shall bo to all
people. Behold, 1 am the bright and
morning star." The meaning of my
text is this: As tho morning star pro
cedes and promises tho coming of the
,inv. ro Christ heralds tho natural and
spiritual dawn. ,.,.
In the first place, Christ heralded the
coming, of the creation. Thero was a
time when there was no order, no sound
or beauty. No wing stirred. No word
was uttered. No light sped. As far as
God could look up. as far down, as far
out, there was nothing. Immeasureable
solitude. Heigni anu aeon. uu ..-"-
and breadth of nothingness. Did Christ
then exist? Oh, yes. "By him were all
things mado that aro made; things in
heaven and things in earth and things
under tho earth." Yes, he antedated
tho creation. He led forth Arcturus and
hia eons. Ho shono u. foro tbahrst morn
ing. Hievoicowni heard in tho con
cert when tho morning stars serenaded
tho advent of our infant i wrtb. when,
wrapped in swaddling clothes of iHghj,
iUay Ip tnearn . "
wna nftorward crushed
wns thrust into chaos,
Again, Christ heralds tho dawn oi
millennial glory. It is night in mnn,
night in India, night in Siberia, night
for tho vast majority of the world's
population. But it Bcoins to me there
aro some intimations of the morning.
All Spain is to be brought under the
influence of tho gospel. What is that
light I seo breaking over tho top of tho
Pvronees? The morning! Yea, all Italy
shall receive the gospel. She shall havo
her schools and her colleges and her
churches. Her vast population shall
sunender themselves to Christ. What
is that light 1 see breaking over tno top
of tbo Alps? The morning. All India
shall como to God. Her idols shall be
cast down. Her juggernauts shall bo
broken. Her temples of Iniquity shall
bo demolished. What is that light I
see breaking over tho top of tho Hima
layas? Tho morning. Ttie empurpi.
clouds shall gild tho path of tho con
quering dav. The Hottentot will como
out of his'mud hovel to look at tho
dawn; the Chinaman will como up on
tho granito cliffs, the Norwegian will
get up on the rocks, and all tho beach
of heaven will ue crowueu . -tial
inhabitants como out to see tho sun
ha ncfi.in .or Uiu """"
you hardly know whether the life has
gone or not. Indeed, you cannot tell
when she goes away, she goes away 60
calmly. Perhaps it U 4 o'clock in the
morning, and you have the bed Wheel
ed around to the window, and tho dy
ing one looks out into the night eky,
and shosecs something that attracts her
attention, and you wonder what it i".
Why, it is a star. It is a star that
out of its silver rim is pouring a super
natural light into that dying experi
ence. And you say, "What is it that
you aro looking at?" She says, "It is
a star." You say, "What star is it that
seems so well to please you?" "Oh,"
she says, "that is the morning star
Jesus!" I would like to have my death
bed under that evangelistic star I
would like to have my eye on that star,
so I could be assured of the morning.
Then the dash of the surf of tho sea oi
death would only bo tho billowing up
of the promise, "When thou passest
through the waters, I will be with thee,
and the riverp. thov shall not overflow I
thee." All other'lights will fall tin
light that falls from the scroll of fami
tho light that flashes from tho gem i.
tho beautiful apparel, tho light tba
flames from the burning lamps of t
banquet but this light bums on ant
burns on. Paul kept his oyo on that
morning star, until he could sny:"l
am now ready to be offered, and the
time of my departure is at band. I hav
fought the good fight. I have finishe
my course. I have kept tho faith.'
Edward Payson kept his eye on tha
star until ho could say, "The breezes o
heaven fan me." Dr. Goodwin kep
his eye on that evangelistic star nntii
ho could say, "I am swallowed up iu
God." John Tennant kept his eye on
that evangelistic star until he could
say, "Welcome, sweet Lord Jesus
welcome, eternity." No other star ever
pointed a mariner into 60 safe a harbor.
No other star ever sunk its silvered an
chor into tho waters. No other star
ever pierced such accumulated cloud,
or beckoned with such a holy luster.
With lanterns and torches and a
guide, wo went down in the Mammoth
cavo of Kentucky. You may walk 14
miles and see no sunlight. II; is a stu
pendous place. Somo places tho roof of
tho cavo a hundred feet high. The grot
toes filled with weird echoes, cascades
falling from invisible height to invisible
depth. Stalagmites rising up from the
floor of the cavo stalactites descending
from the roof of the cave, joining eacn
other, and making pillars of tho Al
mighty's sculpturing. Thero are rosettes
of amethyst in halls of gypsum. As
tho guide carries his lantern ahead of
you, tho shadows have an appearance
supernatural and spectral. The dark
t,pRq Is fearful. Two people, getting
lost from their guide only for a few
hours, years ago, wore demented, and
for veara sat in their insanity. You
feel like holding your breatn as you
walk across the bridges that seem to
span the bottomless abyss. Tho guide
throws his calcium light down into the
caverns, and tho light rolls and tosses
from rock to rock and from depth to
depth, making at every plunge a new
revelation of the awful power that could
havo mado such a place as that.
A sense of suffocation pomqs upon
you as yon think that you are 230 feet
in a straight lino from tho sunlit sur
faco of tho earth. Tho guide after
awhile takes you into what is called
the "Star Chamber," and then, ho says
to you, "Sit here," and then ho takes
the lantern and goes down under the
r.V. and it gets darKoranu,uar,
A Great Climax.
'Tve seen a good many funny maps,
in tho way of plays and play actors in
my time," said tho advance agent,
"but ono I struck out in Milwaukee
the other day was by far tho best of
anything I have been up against It
was in ono of the museums thero.
The museum has a stock company in
its theater, and its great specialty is
border drama. Every week they
give a new drama of tho wild and
'This play that I saw was a blood
curdlor of that character, and at tho
timo I arrived at tho theater tho
6tage was pitch dark, and two men
were fighting a duel. I could hear
tho knives clash together and hear
tho men stumblo around the stage,
but I could but faintly distinguish
tho forms of tho actors. After awhilo
thero was a thump on the floor and
tho villain (I know it was the villain
by his accent) hissed: 'Ah, hal Ru
dolph Tegherington, I havo you now
and no ono nigh to seo mo do tho
"Then the drummer hit tho bass
drum a belt, and tho calcium man
turned on tho light, and away up on
top of a rocky pass a woman (tho
heroine) was seen standing. 'Cow
ard 1) tslio shouted, 'me and heaven is
herol' 'I Buffalo Express.
What Machinery Ii Dolus.
One of tho astonishing facts in tho
field of industry is the marvelous
power of machinery operated by
hand. In the cotton trade, in 1850,
tho average product ot every em
ployee was something less than $700,
while 30 years later ho was ablo
to produce a valuo of $1,200, not
withstanding the reduced price of
cotton. Iu tho woolen factory tho
change was much the same, tho hand
of each worker being able, as long
ngo as 1850, to make over $1,200 of
product, and in 18S0 about $1,800, tho
proportion of matopai consumed Dy
improved machinery being about tho
How much tho world is indebted
to invention cannot bo stated in tan
gible form, but with tho strength of
man remaining tho samo and tho
skill of tho prebent artisan, though
showing somo advances, still not dis
tancing that of tho ancient Egyptian,
tho vast increabe of human resources
is duo mainlv to tho influence of in
vention in discovering ways in which
machines can do the work of men.
The competition is no longer a com
petition of, skill of labor, but that of
invention,, and in America wo orp for
in advance of any other nation in
this respect A man who 50 years
ago could turn out a value equal to n
scant wage, now, at fairly good
wages, is ablo to bring into being
fpur or fivo or six times tno vmuo.
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Arc ami Incandescent Ligkt
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tui nnv Lttu A)v-u
Fresh meats and lowest prices
A lMous Maiden.
Mllo. Jonjon visited ono day a vil
lage church nnd begun to sing with
hor usual enthusiasm. Thero was n
powerful echo iu tho old church, and
each sound that sho uttered was dis
tinctly repeated. This did not dis
turb her iu tho lenst, for sho at onco
exclaimed, "It is only tho good God
who is answering mo." Paris Figaro.
How lie Lived.
"Does anybody know what Blink
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' 'Why, certainly j bo's a loan agent
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of God. These .weltffed un- And the" byklndling J
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rock, thcro is a .rellection cast v ;"
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i n nnstfillntlona a oril-
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FEAR. & FORD,
lloora 13, Ilnsh Bank block, , 1 114w
im it n that or- and tbo great sky wil become a wrad .g b fln
,ni"tl,5-n,i ine board which alull strike bad lie i i flf lhe ffiC
and swung tnem iu
j mi.niintnn iikh
thojr particular oruus. ij "J"
Bheepnttho call of b ahopherd. Ttoj
lenow his voice, and he called hem all
by their names. Oh, it ' "ASS
thought to tno to know that Christ had
:"!3i;,.. . An with the creation. 1
to do with the crea
flo first ere-
BomeiuiuK w -- . , Mm t0
now why it was so e .. ---; -
rharucteristica of people
change wute'r into wine. Ho nr -ated
tho water. I seo now why it was
bo ensy for him to cmo mo ..-
I seo now
anmK: I iJ-ljaffl
&,irttt.SV7 M.WW.1ffln!1 injl trlsd mknr
"u vfrw. ..-. Atlv t.rA until l uf.a b.h.
nw.- . ..-- .
mii I eTw iei
. . ...l.l !! BUMllllf Ik 111 ,- -
Olll ono wuriu nv u.w-0 - . innri-l wuicu auuu o-
bit. and brought out anotlier worm . - n tQ thB eartb unni u j - ,8 a)1 e, nnd you fSfSSSXV.n p. ngjja'
wung it in another orbit .and ought jbo 0 A . ( soo tta g yourself over the VCU REDgVJ
ont all tuo woriua ai. - -o ... miL,hty. ana tno morula - --- . .-.n.ierful gpectooio. ve. " - the grsw i - - -.arted.
IT "t ' ,4ii iWmmo be tmi am"""" " 7 jKhn look down jmo oruni CA Il I i-iwouia
nauuui'u ... greaiwuuj i'wi"" -- Th , wnicn nwwnMvw
01 ""n Jir'wnias the dawn of
bevBcn "upon every Christian, dying
mi... I Knnnoso vou
T1111IIY. --- w
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
Hard Wood Finishing,
leave orders at wiemero uiu..
Tranwtsagtneral banklnif business.
'.ompt attentl n paid to collections. lans
made. Kchanie bought and sold on the
rlnclpal rltlesofthe wo Id.
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W. W, MAUTIW,
II. V. Matthews,
J M. MAATIM,
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Undertakers and Eiiitelraeii
Cabinet work add rjrmlrlng.
Court Mrret, Upposlte Opera Mow,
I'llOFEHSIONAL ANU BU8INK88 0AHU8.
eoua, nuu "- .- .' .,,. on-m Vday'swow ior w" -- v.fi-thi r
..!, of desnatr. anu ujbivv --- --o M,, M. NeW rlisar vu .",7-rin L
to be the fal ing tears that always Mil, itjy.wgfffVeroaWoTlBib.
and the gloonfof earth seem, coining Sl&fiUSnfegfi
a i '.-i.mtfl. nnd tbo gloom of the T0U, NtBvc ano tivtn PH-i,Wt
r,n d'ahov ooa.miou-M.
hu itrwt cll aiuntlon given . Ui ilusl
rteWin T the supreme aud clicull courts of the
I1XI.MON KOIIB, AW-W. ,S:,V'
illfgoa. tuiito f""N- ,
...ct oirpn now
M . . t .1 Molonn
affec tlonate i - of Vol
mo, unruy . - , be Bup.
taire were, as no - --- -- CrDBh
n . A-.l In 1T1TR I I L.
jiret creaieu . '"l-,T t i,ah tha
'why it was bo easy ror iu "
tempest. Ho Bank Oennesaret. see
now why it wa3 so easy for him to
....... - i i eimnn'a net. mauo
fiwint; asu hhu "
jj a onf..d the body
nnd the rock that shut him in
sssr'SXTss !-srs'rsM ,s
tnai ovbjo.v-1 -
eternal world f eem. descend ng in P - A poTIVC oU,Hahtk.
Sfhorror ThTgrave I. no .neb place TRYDR.H1LES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CT8
tl.etrreat caverns, and we mi'' "
I III! I II 1JII II
lyi'Ull JJiuiu uvi)
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u.um Ii foraged n teuinr iruiv n
now fw-,52 MINTMOKV,
U J BOOKIl AUO.WWUW'".0
. -. .. a., unn.H Wdnesdars
audi mSay. ' ., "trlvlng in 1'orlU.nd t
ItBTUIlNlNO, leaves IHjrtUnd Tuedys,
Kat fine for passenger service; no wJ
landing frelKbt bundled.
ItoUNO THIf (unlimited) KLOO. One way,
MEAL3 OH OBNTB
vor freight rales and ilck'UaPllr WW,
ll. WfUbt t., Holinan b'ocs. Jl "
ValkU, ' - OMWOK'lj
Olilce over Hush's bank
J'A wrwi. -t'taw" Offlf. over Capital
Vj..iV.Ui hunk. Halem. Oregon.
VitilN A.OAK-vU.V, AtUirney Mr't,Jat
J i and i, Uu." bank buUdluif, Halew.Or.
'. ."? V;,n,.i Ail.rnvsat law
B0OmcVuV?.uibm. betwiin BUWand
ourt, on ComioercUl street.
lreu,rtaletn. Of " -
. .- i llmr'asiarcnoujv.. ---- . .
. . ikn 1T1 IIIO "hd . -m it tin KirilMr
strangTr to brothers told me oi J Ba,d( looking at e ; tb - gBT0 BHOTIIKItS
a!3 th last mement: Bhe Iooueu op toiDK ing morning begins j Bvu P,eed Iirlek.
m ahw n ! i a , u inn isriui d -" - - -
and the heavens tnai ;"r'-trf & come for roe no. ,h ght
heada. and tbo angels that chant cdtt Tbe i.ttire I-tnrarf w tha j
chorus on that t;nn.nu -". is very pieas. . .. vw
' r.t. ..-? nl Heo
a-. a T on riii wJ" " .
uuiDu. - miliar on tno ono
.We, and all the K'"" v,Dg a
to be descending r'vr nfl yoa pn,h
pillar on tne owe , -., , betweea
aeatot the .ta that wing
tendent. Ofllee, rooms J and "g
i j i.i..i, 1Wn ntterwuru .- ..i.
uuiiu wium " ,.. .mi ere- iuu .- ,
.. . an nmnirxucui --- ,... mnmr ii "
J"Z?'Z the whole universe was ", ntsK
:,::.," ., nt one of his nngers. - fl and
ihjicdu uh i . ..... All ' " .
. .. 1.1 raaa I .'JITlbl W'
, can this be a SB" ',,, " nnd as tbe gal
Afferent from findit H one of tb.
darkness, and " "ftV -good of the pa -- - Uce becom
thergroeta his children, with a g change, except that ino j,jamlnatcd.
.,1n. . or a"KOod night. " . m0T0 radiant, , p
ls,rA Jeans, morning tar ot toe w wave
rfdeatb Mtffl. coming up
higher nnlH it la. touched
..nir,;Vmo. on up until
rt beraiai m --- tbo ankle. w thw ,t come.cn
mn.fnrt in a Christian boui. ,-' ' ti touches iw '- "7C. jIa. and then
i . i nfrt wnero " ... .. .oai-hea too m -i -.. ,. i
antil it reaches tnaij
creation. ... ... ,1nwn of hlgner ",. ,..mLil on up
Again, Cbmtner.-r-dlIies tbo .- , h
,,fe where all toucnf m -- b
" -- in r rmiLiu
wa come to passra ,a nn
" n-x if ii one oi i - -- .
.an VAI1 U11U .t ' ' . ....fllny.
nected." And you .7,-" 12 warla. B'6800 ""
uaua - - . fi.a genuicnirF . "7T"t;,i
roorning. l'.night b.aren
the astronomy of J Jjg lJtsU.
wight lead you to ttafj,
Mannlscture 8Undard Pressed Jlriek,
Mtt Mowed Brt.i I" all Wlems for KronU
. -1.. hbrlrk lor tbe New Kalem Cy
ffal.'aSS'nr thVfln. bulldog, .rented
Rates, $20to5.(K) per Day
drown in lb WlUaw" Vr
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
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