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WENIM OAJPiTAIj 4K)&322fJLl2., SPSfESDAY SPOSEMBwER 13, 1893. mmnimmr'T m-- REV DR. TALLAGE PREACHES, A SER MON OF HOPE? II If Text, 'Tlie,ltatUe Ours'r Cpnrage Ilia Watcliwonl Jfare Vair In Religion Than In Science Tlio Great Trial of Past Centuries. Bkopklyn, Sept' 10. "fhls -.forenoon Rev. f. Do Wit Talmopo p;$qhe4 to a thronged.ftiidfence in tho Brooklyn Tab trnacle. Tle keynote pf tlje sprvjce was ono of ttladncss. Manv of tho oudienro hud-been absent during the Buminqr and had returned for thlssetvlce. TliQ(pas- tor commenced on passages qf Scrip'tnro depicting the mqrning of tjio world's de liverance. inoiBUDject or tlia, sormon was, "thq Battle Ours, thoitext being I Kingp 4x, 27, "And tho phildren of Israel .p'Kqhed befprethqui like two little Hocks of kids.-' With 83 kings,drunk .ln ono tent this chapter opens. Theywere allies plot ting for tho overthrow of the Lord's Is rael. You know that if ,o lion roar a flock of kida will shiver .ind huddle together. One lion would conquer a thousand kids. The battle opens. There are a great multitude of Syrians under General Ben-hadad, strong as lions. The Israel ites are few and- weak, like two little flocks of kid. Who beat? The lions, of course Oh, no; tho kids, for it all de pends vyhethqr God is on the side of the lions or tho kidB. After the battle 100, 000 Syrians lay dead on the field, and 27.000, attempting to fly, came along by a great wall, which toppled and crushed them to death. Which was tho stronger weapon great Goliath's sword or little David's sling? David had five smooth stones from the brook. Ho only used one in Btriking down Goliath. He had a sur plus of ammunition. He had enough to take down four more giants if they bad appeared in tho way. It all depends upon whether God is on the Bide of the shepherd boy or on, thp side of the giant THPiPUnUBHKES AND HELiaiON. Tlere,have been many in our day who have ventured the opinion that Christi anity 'is falling back, and that in SO years it wjll be extinct. They found their opinion on the assumed fact that the Bi ble is not as much of a book as it used to be, and that portions of it are repulsive to tho people. I reply by asking, Which one of the publishing houses of New York, Philadelphia, Boston or Chicago Is publishing the Bible, today with iho omission of a single verse or chapter? Are not our publishers intelligen'.Mnen? And would they contrary to their finan cial interests continue to publish the Bi bio without the omission of a single chap ter or a single verso if it were becoming an unpopular book and the people did not want it? If Harpers or Appleton or Scribner or Lippincott should publish a Bible with the omission of ono chapter, they would not sell 10 copies in 10 years. The fact that throughout Christendom there are hundreds of printing presses print ing the word of God without the omis sion of a chapter or a verse proves that the Bible is popular, and tho fact that there are more being printed in this dec ade than any other decade proves that the Bible is increasing.in popularity, I go through tho courtrooms of tho country. Wherever I find a judge's bench or a clerk's desk I find the bible. By what other book would they tako solemn oath? What is very apt to be among the bride's presenta? The Bible. What is very apt to bo put in the trunk of the young man when he starts for city life? The Bible. Voltaire predicted that the Biqle, during the nineteenth century would become an obsolete book. Well, we are pretty nearly through thp nine teenth century. The Bible is not obso lete yqt. There ia.npt.much prospect of, its becoming obsojetp, but I have tp tell you tjiat thqt rqom-rthe very room in which Vollteiro wrote that prediction Borne time ago was crowded from floor to ceiling with Bibles for Switzerland. Suppose the congress of the United States should pass a law that no Bibles should be printed in tho United States. If there are 80,000,000 grown men and women in the country, then there would bo 80,000,000 people armed against such a law. But suppose the congress of the United States should pass a law that Macaulay'a history or Charles Beade's novels should not be read could you get half as large an army or the fourth as large an army? In other words, there are. as you know and I know, a thou sand men who would die for their Bibles where there aro CO men who would die for any other book. The fact that there are now more Bibles being-printed tlian ever before, that publishers find it a financial, interest for them to continue the Bible, proves that this book is still tha most popular book on tho planet A SOURCE OF COUFOUT, "But," say those who are antagonistic, "Christianity is falling back from the fact that the church is not as much re Bpected as it used to be and is not as in fluential." I reply to that with tye sta tistic that one denomination tt.eMetU odist church according to a etfUijEMc given me by one of their bjshope, dedi cates on an average a new church every day of the year. Three, hundred and blxty-flve new churches in one denomi nation in a year and over a thousand new churches built every year In this country. Does that look as though the church were failing In its power and were becoming a wornout institution? Around which institution lp our com munities gather the tno3t ardent affec- Hnrm? Tha uoatoflice. the IlOiei, WO courthouse. thVcity hall or the churches? coanuouoo, iu ui; " . i .. i btSg E weV hunds of men mighty and go J tending in the stmts who never went , culture as though it were tpelled on-!-to church, tears mining down their . br-Hjulchari cheeks. It is because the church of God It makes utt stands nearer the sympathies of the , fops going down the jwt irttto acopy African pepple than any other las of Darwin under one arm and JJ t& JlSw WtmlMwdi ' transfixed JJJ"" fi55 and call it a. collection of hypocrites, but under the other arjn. h ) . of, tho churches? And if thero be not room for the obsequies in the privato house what building do they Bolicit? The academy of, mpsic,.the hotel, publip hall, courthonse? No; the churches. And if they want music on tho sad occasion do they select the "Marseillaise" hymn, or "God Save the Queen," or our own grand national air? No, they want the old hymn with which we sang their old Christian mother to sleep. They want the Sunday school hymn that their little girl sang the last Sabbath afternoon she Was out before she was seized with the awful Bickness that broke father's heart and mother's heart. Oh, you know as well as I do I shall not dwell on it anv lpnger the church of God, instead of being a wornout institution, stands near er the sympathies of- the people than it over did and eclipses all other insitu tions. But our antagonists go on and Bay that Christianity is falling back, in tho fact that infidelity is bolder now and more blatant than it ever was. I deny the statement. Infidelity ia not near so bold now as it was in the days of our fathera and grandfathers. Thero were times in this country -when men who were openly and above board infidel and antagonistic to Christianity could be elected to high office. Now, let some man wishing high position in the state proclaim"hiniself the foe of Christianity and an infidel, how many-states of the Union would, he carry; how many ceunties: how many wards in Brooklyn? Not one. Ah, my friends, infidelity in this day is not half as bold as it used to be. If ir comes now, it is apt to come under the disguise of rhetorio or fantastic senti mentality. I know if a man with great intelligence does Declomo an infidel and begins an attack, on Christianity it makes great excitement of course it does, and peoplecorne to the conclusion, weakminded Christians come to the con clusion, that everything is going over board because some, man of strong in tellect assails Christianity.. If a -man jumps overboard from a Cu nard steamer, he makes more excite ment than nil the 600 sane passengers who continue in the berths or on tho decks, but does that stop the ship? Does that wreck ull the BOO passengers? It makes great 'excitement when a man leaps from a platform or a pulpit into Infidelity, but does that hinder our glo rious Bible- from taking its millions into the skies? I tell you infidelity is not half as bold now as it, used to be. DIVERSITY OP SCIENTIFIC TnODOHT. Do you suppose such things could be enacted now as were enacted in the days of Robespierre, when a shameless wom an was elected to be goddess, and she waa carried on a golden chair to a ca thedral, and the people boWod down to her as a divine being and burned in cense before her she to take tho place of the Bible, and of Christianity, and of the Lord Almighty? And while that ceremony was going on in the cathedral, in the chapels and in the corridors ad joining the cathedral scenes of drunken ness and debauchery and obscenity were enacted such ns.tbo world had never seen. Could sqch a thing as that transpire now? No, sir. The police would swoop on it, whether in Paris or New York. Infidelity is not half as bold now as it used to bo. "But," say our antagonists, "Christi anity is falling back because science, its chief enemy, is triumphing over it." Now, I deny that there is any war be tween science and revelation. There is not a fact in science that may not be made to harmonize with tho statements of the liible. So said Hugh Miller; so said Joseph Henry; so said Professor Hitchcock; sq said Prpfessor Silliman; bo said Professor Mitchell, Joseph Henry, the leading scientist of America, better known and honored in the royal societies transatlantic than any other American, liyed and died a be liever in the religion of Jesus Christ. Joseph IJenry knew all the facts of geol ogy and yet believed tho book of Gene sis. He knew all the facts of astronomy and yet believed tho book of Joshua, the sun and moon stapding still. Joseph Henry knew all tho anatomy of man and fish and yet.belioved the book of Jonah. If the scientists of the day were all agreed, and they came up with solid front to attack our Christianity, perhaps they might make some impression upon it, bt they are not agreed. It is often said that we religionists are failing in our advocacy of Christianity because we differ in our theology. I tell you we do not differ inside the church in theology half as much as they differ outside the church in science. If they reject our re ligion because we differ on some minor points, wo might just as well reject science because the scientists differ, but as far as I can tell the war of infidel science against Christianity jf not so se vere as it used to be, because theso men ara antagonistic to each other, and as far as I can tell it is gping to be a war be tween telescope and telescope, Leyden jar and Leyden jar, chemical apparatus and chemical apparatus, iney ub uui agree on anything. tDo you suppose, that this Bible theory aboat the oriirin of life is going to be ,oye$hrownby men who ka,va different theories-frCO aerent.tneone aDout mo origin of life? And when Agassiz comes opt and puts both feet on the doctrine of evolution and says in regard to many scientists, "I notice that these yonng naturalists are adopting as theories in science things which bjive not passed under observation," Agassiz saw what WO all see that there are men who talk very wisely who know but very little, and that just as soon as a young scien tist finds out the dltlerence between tne feelers of a wasp and the horns of i wtla he berins to patronize the Al the horns or a agreed in their theories and came up with solid facts against Christianity, I say perhaps they might make some im pression, but they do not agree. Dar win charges upon Lamarck, Wallace upon Cope. Herschel even charged up on Ferguson. They do not agree about the gradation of the species; they do not agree about embryology. What do they agree about? Herschel wrote a whole chapter on what he calls "Errors In Astronomy." La Placo says that the moon was not put in the right placo; that if it had been put four times tho distance from our world there would havo been more har mony in tho universe. But Lionville comes up just in time to prove that the Lord was wise and put tho moon In tho right place. How many colors wqven into the light? Seven, says N,e.wton. Three, says David Brewster. How nigh. is the aurora borealis? Two and a half miles high, says Lias. One hundred and sixty-five miles, says Twinhj? How far is tho Bun from the earth? Seventy-six million miles, says Lacaille; 82,000,000 miles, says Humboldt; 00,000,000 miles, Bays Henderson; 104,000,000 miles, says Mayer. Only a little difference of 28,' 000,000 milesl These men say wo do not agree in religion. Do they agree in Bcience? Havo they come np with solid front to assault our glorious Christian ity? Even mathematicians do not agree. Taylor's logarithms are found to have faults in them. The French metric system has wrong calculations. Talk about exact sciencesl They are inexact. As far as with my little knowledge I have been able to explore, the only ex act Bcience Is Christianity. There is nothing under which you can so appro priately write, "Quod erat demonstran dum." "Gentlemen of the jury, havo you agreed upon your verdict?" the court or the clerk says to the jury, having been out all night, on coming in. "Have yon agreed on your verdict?" If they say yes, tho verdict Is taken and recorded. If they say, "No, we havo not agreed," they are sent back to the jury room. If one juryman should Bay, "I think the man is guilty of murder," and another juryman should say, "I think he is guilty of manslaughter,and another juryman should say," I think he is guilty of as sault and battery with intent to kill," tho judge would lose his patience and say, "Go. bock to your room now and make up a verdict Agree on some thing." Well, my friends, there has been a great trial going on for centuries and for ages between Skepticism, tho plaintiff, versus Christianity, tho defendant The scientists have been impaneled and sworn on the jury. They have been gone for centuries, somo of them, and they como back, and we say, "Gentlemen of tho jury, have you ogreed upon a ver dict?" They Bay, ''No, wo have not agreed." Then we say, "Go back for a few more centuries and then come in and see If you can agree, see If you can render some verdict." Now, there is not the meanest prisoner in the -Tombs court who would! be condemned by a jury that could not agree, and. yetyou. expect us to renounce our glorious Christianity for such a miserable verdict as theso men have rendered, they themselves not having been able to agroe. A WEAK BOMBARDMENT. But my subject shall no longer be de fensive; it must be aggressive. I must show you that instead of Christianity falling back it is on the march, and that tb coming religipn,of the world ia to be tho religion of the Lord Jesus Christ 10,000 times intpnsified. It is to take possession of everything of all laws, al manners, all customs, all cities, all nar tions. It is going to bo so mighty as compared with what it has been, so much more mighty that ir will seem almost like a new religion. I adopt this theory because Christian ity has gone on straight; ahead notwith standing all tho bombardment, and in fidelity has not destroyed a church, or crippled a minister, or rooted out one verse of tho Bible, and now thoir am munition seems to be pretty much ex hausted. They cannot get anything new against Christianity, and if Christianity has gone on under the bombardment of centuries and still continues to advance may wo not conclude that, as the powder and shot of the other gldo scera to be ex hausted, Christianity is going on with more rapid stride? I find an encouraging fact in the thought that the secular press in this day and the pnlpit 6eera harnessed in the gome team for the proclamation .of tho gospel. Tomorrow there will not be a banker on Wall street or State street or Third Btreet who will not havo in bis pocket or on his table treatises on Chris tianity, calls to repentance and Scripture passages, 20 or 80 of them, in the.re ports of tho Christian churches of this city and other cities. Why, that thing would liave been impossible a few years ago. Now on Monday morning and Monday evening the secular press spreads abroad more religious truth than all the tract societies of the country spread in the other six days. Blessed be the tract societlest We hail them, and we hail these others. I say it would have been impossible a few years ago. Hundreds of letters would have come to the secular news-, paper offices, saying, "Stop taf paper; we have religion on Sunday; doo't give . through the week. Stop my Daper." But I have been told that many H of the secular papers have their largest circulation on Monday morning, and the whole population of this country are be cominir sermon readers. Besides that, have you not noticed the papers pro- ww-U Lava religions discussions in them? "VZlt.,?ZZrrheu there was not a decent paper in the United States that hd not a dlscnsslpn on the doctrine of eternal punishment. Small wits made mmy, I know, but there was not an in telligent man in the United State that as a result of that controversy In regard to eternal punishment did not ask him self th question, "What U- to ix, P? eternal destiny? And some years ao when TTudaU offered ftis prayer sujf United i States that did not discuss the question! "Dqes God ever answer prayer? My the creature impress the Creator?" Aro not all these facts encouraging to every Christian and every philanthropist? Besides that, the rising generation are being saturated with gospel truth as no other generation by tliis International BoriesofiSundayBchoollessons. Formorly tho children wore pxpected only to nibble at tho , littjo "infantile Scripture stories, but now they aro taken from Genesis to Revelation, tho strongest minds of the touuuy explnini.iif the lessons to tho tenchrv-s, ami the teachers explaining thorn to tho classes, and wo aro going to havo in thin cp.untry 6,0Q0,C00 youth fore stalled for .Christianity. Hear itt Hear it! Besides that, you must havo noticed, if you have talked on theso great themes. that they nro finding out that whilo science- is grand in secular directions worldly philosophy grand in secular di rectiqns, they cannot give any comfort to a soul in trquble. COMFORT IN THE GOSPEL. Tnlking-wlth men on steamboats and in rail cars, I find thoy aro coming back to tho comfort of the gospel. They Bay, "Somehow human science- doesn't coni .fprtano when X haye any troublo, and I inust try something else." And they ore trylpg thp gospel Tako your scientific consolation to that mother wild has just lost her child. Ap ply the doctrine of Ihu "survival of the fittest." Tell'hor that her child died because- its life twas not worth as much as the life of one that lived. Try that if you, daro. Go, to that dying man with your transcendental phraseology and tell him ho ought to nave confidenco In the great "to'be," and tho everlasting "now," and the eternal "what is it?" and go on with your consolation and see If ho Is comforted. Go to that woman who has lost hor husband and tell her it waa a geological necessity that that man passed out of ex istence, just as the megatherium disap peared in order to make room for n higher stylo of creation, and go on with your consolation and tell her that thero is a possibility that 10,000,OOQ yoars frqm now wo onsolves may be geological specimens on the gcolpgical aholf, petri fied specimens of tho extinct human race And after you have got nil through with your consolation, if tho poor af flicted soul is not utterly crazed, I will send out tho. plainest Christian from my church, and. with ono half hour of pray er, and, tho reading of Scripturo promises itho tears will bo staid, and the conso lation and the joy in that bouse will bo Jiko the calmness of an Indian summer sunset. There will be a glory flooding tho houso from floor to cupola. Oh, peo ple are finding out themselves and thoy all havo. troubles they find that philoso phy and science do,not hplp thorn when, thero is a dead babe in the liouso. Thoy are coming back to our glorious old fash ioned sympathetic religion. Oh, young muii dp not be-ashamed to be found on the elde pf the Bible. Do not join those young men who In this day put their thumb in their ves.t and swagger about the street and tho stores, talking about the glorious nineteenth, century, about its light being Bufflcionti without any Blblo and without any Christ and without any God. Tho timq is coming wo may not llvo to Beo it, but I should not bo surprised if wo did see it when this.whole country is tu bo ono great church, tho fprpsfa, tbpaisjoa, tha Allegheny and tho llocky mountains the pillars, tho chain of inland lakes tho baptistries, and tho worship tho hallelu inhfChorustohimwhowna and is and. shall bp evermore. Oh, como over to the majority como under tho banner of Emanuel. Vernon was tho son of an. English squire. Ho was brought, up in great elegance. Thero was n man working on the place of tho namP of Ralph. Vernon used to often talk with Ralph. After awhile Vernon went off to college and came back with his mind full of skepti cism. He talked his fikoptlcism to Ralph, the workman. After awhile Vernon went from homo again, was gone for years, came dock, aim among nis nrst questions when getting home was, "Where is Ralph?" "Obi" said the fa' ther, "Ralph is in prison waiting for the day of execution." Vernon hastenod to sco Ralph. Ralph, looking through the wicket of tho pris on, saidi "Vernon, how good you nro tp come and see met I am glad to see you. I hardly expected you would como and bc? me. I don't blaroo you; I don't blameanybody ; I only blame myself) but. Vernon, I want you to promixo me ore thing. Will your" Vernon replied, "1 will." "I want you to promitte mo never to talk skepticism in the presence of any body. You see it might do them barm. When you used to say thero was nothing in the Bible, and it didn't mako any dif ference how we lived, we would come out happy at the last, somehow it had a bad influence upon me, and I wont from bad to worse until I am here, and I must die for my crimes." By almost superhuman effort tho sen tence waa changed, and lie was to be transported to another country for life. Tbqahip g'"K tliere was wrecked on Van Diemen's Land. Among those who perished was Ralph, the victim of Ver non's akeptlcUm. Vernon tell the story today with tears and a broken heart, bit it is tooltttel Ob, do sot talk skepticism; do not talk skepticism! Let God be true, though every man be fonnd a liar. Tin Cnilr Sank, Mot tit Box. Admiral Tryon's dispatch box, which was found floating after tha Victoria had foundered, was specially made to con tain the code of signals. 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DOCaUk.8, Brockton, Haas, Bold by Kkaubsb Duos, jUWUUOoUUUuO UUOluUUOxUvJ UoUiA Hair Death. instantly removes and forever destroys nb- jocnunauie uuir, wiioiner upon ins lianas, mofi. arms or neck, without discoloration fir Injury to the roost delicate sklu. It 1--.. T.. ...' -.. . -..- . wsaiur uny years mo secret -nriuu'aoi Kratmus Wllulll. acknowledged liv uliril clans as the highest authority aud the moat eminent dermaloloeisl and hair ana 1 clallst that ever lived, iiurlnghls prlvute BHinujiioe (11 a uie-umo among tue noonity uuu nrmwvnicy ui j'-urue no picacriDca ithls recipe. 1'rloe. fl by innlf. securely pacaea. lorrespoaaenceconnacniia!. Mole Agenis tor America. Auurew Tile SKOOKUM BOOT HAIR GROWER rn. Oept, U. oTHoulb Filth Avenuo.New York inryAOnnnnnnono orynyio nnoctnnnri Froi Terminal or Interior Poinb th I Is the Una tojUke To all Points East and South. It 1 the dining car rente, itruns through vestibule trains; every day In tht year to ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO ;(No ohange of ears.) Oompased of dlnlngcars unsurpassed, I'ullman drawing room sleepers oriatest equff meat TOURIST Sleeping Cars. Best that can be constructed and In which aooommodatlaus are both tree and lur nUbad for hold of first aad'seooud-cl tickets, and) KLKQANTDAY COACHES. Acontlnuots line oonpsrtlng with all lines, ajtordlng cVreet aid uninterrupted service. I'ullman sl; wvatlonscAn be se cured In advs' ' tJs any agent 0; liw runu. Through tickets to and from alt points a America. Knaland and luraua ran b pnroteased.atauy ticket oaoeoMbls pm- nany. full Information concerning rates, tl( 0ftralnsjtratusandotherdtilh4ftirnlheJ on apfiloatlon to auy agent or A. D. CHAniTON, Axle tan t Uenernt rwaaaav"' Ant, Ho, m Jrtrtt street, oor, WulturUsi 1' itt Uod.Oregoq BHAW & Down! NO, Agent. TSjKrSJSJ-" mmfx h 1 ' 'im. sHtiiubMn MRR LN iStaHaU ton.fVtPjnt&fk. . (JEHU Electric Lights On iHctcv System. TO CONSUMEES :' "JhoKnlMU Light and Powrr rorupftny at erii.t .itprnn Enyn (riul.j.. u-elr KU-clno L'gl'tr mt Mltli il.ou.uH i, iil-iii i. ptiratiMi una nrweh'o o oflcr iib i ubl'r.a better lain mnr. any r , ,ii ltU rote lower Uih.. mo nil oft ih vi . Arc aail nuiiiik'sucitt light; lug T Icctrin 3Iotors lor all purposes where iower is re qnlreil. He Iclenccacan bo wired tor as many lights as aealred and tho ocmimmers py tor only auehllghUaaarttufFd. Thlabolugrrglrteiett by nn Klcctna Muter, omee 179 Commercial St. T. W. TH0RNBURG, Tha Upholsterer, . Ucmodela, re-covers and repair njphoUtered rami tare. First eia work. ChemeketA street, Htate Insurance block. David HcKillsp Steal food Saw Leave,' orders provement Co., nt finlem Im )5 state street. MIBH ANNIE THORNTON, Conservatory ol Mualo, Dresden, Uermany. Vocal Instrumental music Insiructorof French and Herman at Willamette University. Ilooms-7,BaukllulIdlng. flul-tf. The Yaouina Route. 16 1 1 1 And Oregon Dovclopmont company's steam ship line. 225 miles shorter, 0 hours less ,tlme than hy any other route, First claw .through passenger and freight line from I'ortland and nil mint! In ihn Vlllami.llo , valley to and fromlan KrancUco, T1MK BCI1KDULK, (Except Sundfty.) !Lv Al ban V 1 r(X) n m I I .v I Inrrnll l i.tfnm ,Ar Yaaulna&0 p m Lv Yaqulna:n a m O.AC, trains connect at Albany and Cor. vallls. The above trains connect at Yoqnlna wlthi INO Oregon Development Co.'s Unu of steam nrs between Yoqulna and Han Kmnrlseo N. II. rassengers from I'ortland and all Willamette valley point can make dose con nection with the trains of the Yaqulna Itoate nt Albany or Oorvallls and If destined ta Han franolsco, should arrange to arrive nt Yaqulna the evening berore date of sailing. Passenger and Freight Kates always thai "west For Information apply to Messrs. IIULMAN & Co., Freight and Ticket Agent aop and aoa Front streel, iHjrtland, Or,, or 0. 0. 1IOOUB, Ao't Oen'l rt. A Fas. AgtH . Or.l-acinoIt.R.Uo.Corvlll,Or. r. H. IIABWKU Ji, Oen'l Freight and Iass. Agt. Ore. Development Co., DIM Montgomery At East and South -VIA- THE SHASTA ROUTE the Southern Pacific Comparv. OALiroHrtlA XXPUXm TRAIN KDK DAIX.T ! TWBkK 1-OBTiaH HANDS. F, "BouUT." lortk. B.I6 p. m. 9:( p. m. 10:15 a.m. EvT Hv. Ar. Tort tuna Snlem' Han Frnn. Ar. il hraia.l 6tS9a. J T.-OOp.l L.V, UV, Above trains stop al all stations frtiM Portland to Albany Inolmtlve: alio nt Tangent Hhedd, Ilnlsey, Ilarrliburg, Junction utty, trvlog, Kueene and all stattou from Koheburg to Ashland Inclusive, HllHKllUltflUAll, DAILY. K3U U. Ill, 1:17 a. m M p, m. I.V. Ar, 1'ortlftud Hal em Koaeburg Ar. I ao p. ro, IV. 1:40 p. in. Lv, I 7,-W a. an IMiiIiik hi-s oh Ogdeii Ktjnte PDLLMAN MM SLEEPERS AND Second Class Sleeping Cars Attached to all through trains, yd Side Dim, Betwm rttUi4 id Cmallis: iAii.Y-(Kxaei-r buwdat). 7:3l n. in. Lv. Ar. "iNirtUnd " Oorvnllls Ar. t$& p. m. Ijv I.-W p. . laift p. in, At Albany and Oorvallls connect with t'H!L'yr? ? !5f"'8o lUllrnad. EifiutwiTBAiH iiKiLi "nTui(t-rwUMtAy 1:40 p. ru. fi.v, 7:23 p. m. 1 Ar. 1'ortlaud Ar. I Mdna.M MoMlnnvllle Lv. W0a,m TUKOUtiM TICKKYH To all points In the Kattero States, Canada auu curopu can ua nouiinea at lOWMl mw Irani W. W. HKINNKK, AgenU Halam. srtmm. i?zzs- "a '-, WISCONSIN CENTRAL UNES (Northers PatHc R. R. Ce., turn-) LATEST TIME CARD, Two Through Train Dally. IttSpin Iriipm 10-JWnm 1.4JDin (tSSpm 7:16pm 406pm 7Jpm l.Minn a itl'auUa KMaM ll.KbUH H.aaaw MvH 1.. uuiuuta I.Aablaad. a aChlca(v..I I 7.16am maro Tickets sold and rjaagaf oheatied thMuuat to all points In the Untied sHt aad OaaaVa. Close coacectloB hi t ctlaa wltFaU trains goto Kt aad atatttk. For lull H(brreUo mp4y to yotur Mtweat ticket eent or J AH. . rOttk (ios, Vfm, and Tkt, Aft. pfelealtl O X ir JCjl X JLXo I A New JUmedj A Inu SDOclao a Bol&Jira aaJ WMfmawinl iBmltlna fail poiioa Uon ll dlaad, and a rowratiiw of bttkf vigor ta tha tbxHS u whnd w mbwh fc ia itat tiaa to a tOMly aiUi aa l 1itm (aptnauau 1 vat IkUaJ, and U ww ( tar XmiIiihiic ponoa ana all Van mini il. Mi yen a. li.m UtaifottJiwikuUniuUfKnf ttm. saafi iwtag your ajrvww wtm mnwy aaa iiwwy tM asaar islsiai. turn ruoaur via cwa yon ia y Wo gfiiaraMse a fe wr MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., 9 ttawgowig ta nammmm r im mm uv yean. H aas nut ut fau. m u U a " Haieelaie 5SSSi-?!ra SK&S JS5S W WJ'SS 5na?te ! w n wwimn v w r -