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GRAtfD ACHIEVEMENTS MAbE UNDER NATURAL DISADVANTAGES. jtevJDr. 1r.lmg Preaches an Kloqumt Sermon nt Notlivlllo Uli Picturesque Tert Rri'lrltuiU Itacourogeraent For tlia Weak anil Humblo-A Breexy Dlgcourte. Nashville, Doc. 17. Rev. Dr. Tal tnuge, who is now In this city on his Western lecture tour, selected ns his topic for today a toxt full of spiritual uncouragernonttfor those who liilror un der disrfdvantago in tho struggle of llfo. Tho text chosen waa Isaiah xxxiii, 23, "ino lamo lairo mo prey." The otter demolition of the Assyrian host was hero predfetcd. Not only ro bust men should go forth and gather the spoils of conquest, but oven men crip pled of arm and crippled of foot should go out and capture muoh that was vain able Their physical disadvantages gjiouiu noi ninaer meir great enrich ment. So it has been in tho past; so'it is now; so it will bo in the future. So it is in all departments. Men laboring un der seemingly groat disadvantages and amid tho most unfavorable circum stances, yot making grand achievements, getting great blessing for themselves, ureai piessing lor mo world, great bless ing for.- tho church, and oo "the lame take tho prey." CApES IN POINT. Do you know that tho three great poets of tho world were totally blind Homer, Ossian, John Milton? Do von know that Mr. Prescott, who wrote that enchanting book, "The Conquest of Mex ico," never saw Mexico, could not even eo tho paper on which ho was writing? 'A framework across the sheet, between which, up and d6wn, went tho pen im mortal. Do you know that Gambassio, the sculptor, could notseo the marble before him or tho chisel with which he cut it into ahapes bewitching? Do you know .that Alexander Pope, whosq po ems -will lust as long ns the English lan guage, waa so much of an invalid that ho had to be sewed up every morning in rough canvas in order to stand on his feet at all? Do you know that Stnart, tho cele brated painter, did much of his wonder ful work under tho shadow of the dun geon 'where he bad been unjustly itnpris ioned for debt? Do you know that Domosthenes, by almost superhuman ex ertion,, first had to conquer the lisp of bis own speech before he conquered as semblages with his eloquence? Do you know that Bacon struggled all through innumerable sicknesses, and that Lord Byron and Sir-Walter Scott went limp ing on clubfoot through all their life, and that' many of the great poets and painters I and orators and historians and heroes of the world bad Eomothing to keep them backand pull them down, and impede their way,rfiid cripple their phys ical or their ihtelleotual movement, and yet that theyrpusbed'on and pushed up un til they reached tbtfepoils of worldly suc cess, and amidst haiittjtza of nations and centuries "tho lame took the prey." You know that a vast multitude of these men started under the disadvan tage of obscure parentage Columbus, the son of the weaver; Ferguson, the as tronomer, the son of the shepherd, America the prey of tho. one; worlds on worlds'the prey of 'the other. But what ia true in secular directions is more true in spiritual and .religious directions, and I proceed to prove it. There are in all communities many in valids; They never know a well day. They adhere to their occupations, but they go panting along tho streeta with exhaustions, and at eventime they lie down on the lounge with achings beyond all medicaments. They have, tried all prescriptions, they have gone through all tho cures which were proclaimed In fallible, and they have come now to sur render to .perpetual ailments. They con sider thoy are among many disadvan tages; and when they Bee those who are buoyant in health pass by, th6y almost envy their robust frames and easy reapi. ration. Bnt I have noticed among that invv lid class thoso who havo the greatest knowledgo of the Bible, who are in near est intimacy with Jesus Christ, who have the most glo wng experiences of the truth, who have bad the most romarkablo an swers to prayer and who have most ox hllarant anticipations of heaven. The temptations which weary us who are in robust health they have conquered. "TUB LAMB TAKE TOK PHEY." Many who are alert and athletic and war thy loiter in the way "tho lame take the prey." Robert Hall an invalid, Ed wardfPayaon an Invalid, Richard Baxter an invalid, Samuel Rutherford an in' valid. This morning, when you -want to call to mind thoso who aro most Christ like, you think of some darkened room in your father's house from which there went forth an influence potent for eter nity. A step farther: Through raised letters the art of printing has been brought to the attention of the blind. You take up the Bible for the blind, and you cloa your eyes, and you run your fingers over the raised letters and you tey: "Why, I never could get any Information in this way, What slow, lurabroua way of reaalngl God help tne blind!" And yet I find among that class of per aoas, ftinoog the blind, the deaf and the dW; the moat thorough acquamtaBce 'witk God's word. Shut out from all etfew sources of information, bo soner doen'ttteir hand towck the r1'"" tlHWrtfeey gather jwer, Without ee, 'bey' look o upon the kingdoms or Gl' tow. Wkeut hearing, they catch the ihMtMlsy of the ski. Dumb, yK wftti fmcil, or with Irradiated counte nsa, Hjreclare the glory of J Bod. X Uga jwdjeoce aweahW In New Voric at anniversary of the Dea & rww w. ud ni of the ymtort wMihalk on the blackboard wrote thi nei to fee ptt, "Do yo hot n k rerv bar to he deaf mA ?" . t2 J -ju iAok fee chalk b4 (lift fliirtala cttrtll i turd ear r ,. ??"" . eara wcro ., twiiiLu rrDTPtThn novcr marred with Bounds." earthly heaven will 1 h,a. n,r ' eJ n Wil. l.im nTlrVifinL Bflrt), ti .. at UBVer 8aw on ml hH C;VrS m,ost nlert in ''"von ni.1, "T that ,n this riI heard neither voice of friend nor thrum of harp nor enrol of bird nor dni. -J congregations. ' A l.i-l who had been blind from in. tancy was cured The rw:iliof Anaa.4 upon the lad and then put a very heavy bandage over the eyes, and after a few ..kb nau gono Dy the ruiniWo . .- moved and the mother sad to her child, 'Willie, can you see?" Ho said, "Oh mamma, is thU heaven?" The contrast between the darknp wn. ..i .l brightness afterward was overwhelm ing. And I tell you the glories of heaven will be a thousandfold brighter for those wuo never saw anything on Whilo many with good vision earth. closed T . ', Uleru nignt, and many who had a good, artistic and cnltumd FiniF flKss . .i-,.1 . t . ear wont aotvn into eternal discord, these afflicted ones cried lintn fVin T.m-i1 in meir trouble, and he made their sor rows their advantage, and so "the lamt took tho prey." In tho seventh centurv ther im T. gend of 'St. Modobert. It was said that his mother was blind, and one day while looking at his mother ho felt so sympa- hjchu iur uer oimaness mat lie rushed forward and kissed her blind eyes, and the legend says her vision came imme diately. That was only a legend, but it is a truth, a glorious truth, that the Hm oi uouo eternal love ln-. hrnmrht many a blind eye eternal illumination. hopes of the future. A step farther: There are those In all communities who toil mightily for a live lihood. They have scant wages. Per haps they are diseased or havo physical infirmities, so thoy are hindered from doing a continuous day's work. Acitv missionary finds them up the dark al loy, with no fire, with thin clothing, with very coarse bread. They never ride in tho street car; they cannot affordi tho 5 cents. They never see any pictures save thoso In tho show window on tho street, from which tney are often jostled and looked at by some one who seems to say in tne loek: "Move on! What are you doing here looking at pictures?" Yet many of them live on mountains of transfiguration. At their rough table ho who fed the 5,000 breaks the bread. Thoy talk often of the good times that are coming. This world has no charm for them, but heaven entrances their spirit. They often divido their scant crust with some forlorn wretch who knocks at their door at night, and on the blast of the night wind, as thel door opens to lot them in, is heard the voice Of him who said. "I was hungry, and he fed me." No cohort of heaven Will be too bright to transport them. BylGod's help they have vanquished the Assyrian host. Thoy have divided among them the spoils. Lamo, lame, yot thoy took tho prey. Monn cases in toint. I was riding along the country road one day, and I saw a man on crutches. I overtook him. Ho was very old. He was going very slowly. At that rate it would have taken him two hours to go a milo. I said, "Wouldn't you liko to rider He said: "Thank you, I -would. God bless you." When he sat beside me, ho said: "You see, I am very lame and very old, but the Lord has been a good Lord to mo. I havo buried all my children. The Lord gave them arid the Lord had a right to take themaway. Blessed be his namel I was very sick, and I had no money, and my neighbors camo in and took caro of me, and I wanted nothing. I suffer a great deal with pain, but then I have so manymerciea left The Lord has been a good Lord to me." And before we had got far I was in doubt whether I waa giving him ia ride or he was giving.me a ridel He said: "Now, if you please, I'll get out hore. Just help me down on my crutches, if you please. God bless you. Thaflkyou, sir. Good morning. Good morning. You havo been feet to the lame, sir, you have. Good morning." Swarthv men had gone the road that day. I do not know where they came out, but every hobble of that old man was toward the shining gate. With his old crutch heKhad struck down many a Sennacherib of temptation which has mastered you and me. Lame, so fear fully lame, bo awfully lame, but he took Atep farther: There are in all com munities many orphans. Duriijg our last war nndin the years immediately following, how many children at the north and south-wo heard say, "Oh, my father was killed in tho war." Havo you ever noticed-I fear you havo not-bow well thoso children have turned out Starting under the greatest disadvan tage, no orphan asylum could flo for then! what their father would haVe done had he lived. The skirmisher sat one night by the light of fagots in tho swamp, writing a letter home, when a Buarpsuwnci o ,- let euuou ..w "" -, . . ..wiui th a lAiier wuitu ? Mw.. folded, never posted ana never ,. Those children came up under great dis advantage. No father to fight thar way for them. Perhaps there was in the old family Biblo an old yellow letter pasted K which told the story of that fathers ong march and bow ho suffered in the bospiS But they looked still farther onintheBible, and they came to thestory of how God is the father of the father & i and the widow's portion, and bey Sn took their father's place in that battled the theirmothen They came on up, and many o them tare already, in the year, sin .the war, taken positions to church and state, north aid south. While many of those who suffered nothing during those time, have had son. go out into live, of tndc WnL and vagabondage, these who .tart- would like w m j- ; y j tlo. Ur onlv had wealth, or jt, 1 ""' 7. ix.. Mh social pedtlon, AttMUifr iauaftu, ?P - 1 ? " ohnwhr Island here today to ah. i srrx---'-'- wfc0bll!lLtha Pyramrf The king who ordered them built? No; the plain workmen who added tnnn ., .."" nd tone ofter stone. Who built tho dikes of Holland? The Tniw wraerea tlie cntemri w 4t. -i-i- workmen who carried th. earth and rang weir trowels on the wall. Who are those that built these Vast cities? The capital lste? No; the carpenters, the reasons, tne plumbers, tho nlnt.iw th. .I.... tho roofers, dependent on a day's wages " meunuou. Ana so in the great work of assuaging human suffering and enlightening human ignorance and halt ing human iniquity. In that great work, the chief part is to be done by ordinary ucu, w i m urumary epeecn, in an ordinary manner, and by ordinary means. The trouble is that in the army of Christ we all want te be ciintAin an1 eolonels and brigadier generals. Weara not willing to march with the rank and file and do duty with the private soldier. We-want to belong to thoVeservo corps and read about tha battle while warming ourselves at the carapfires or on fu lough at home, our foot upon an otto man, we sagging back into an armchair. As you go down the street you see an excavation, and four or five men are working and perhaps 20 or 30 leaning on the rail looking over at them. That is the way it is in the church of God to day. Where you find one Christian hard at workj there are 60 moa watching the job. Oh I my friends, why do you not so to work and preach tho gospel? You say, "I have no pulpit." You have. It may bo the carpenter's bench, it may be the mason', wall. Tho robo in which you are to proclaim this gospel may bo a shoemaker's aproa. But woe unto you if you preach not this gospel somewhere, somehowl If this world is ever brought to Christ it will be through the unani mous and long continued efforts of men who, waiting for no special endowment, consocrate tq God what they have. Among tho most useless people in the world are men with 10 talents, while many a one with only two talents, or no talent at all, is doing a great work, and o "the lame take tho prey." There are thousands of ministers of whom you have never heard in log cabins at the west, in mission chapels at the east who are warring against the legion, of darkness, successfully war ring. Tract distributers, month by month undermining the citadels of sin. You do not know their going or their coming, but the footfalls of their minis try aare heard ia the palaces of heaven. Whe are the worker, ht etfr Sabbath schools throughout this land today? Men celebrated, men brilliant, men of vast estate? For the most part, not that at all. I havo noticed that tho chief charac teristic of the most of those who are suc cessful in the work is that they know their Bibles, are earnest in prayer, aro anxious for the salvation of the young, and Sabbath by Sabbath are willing to sit down unobserved and toll of Christ and the resurreotion. These are the humble workors who are recruiting the great army of Christian youth not by might, not by power, not by profound argument, nit by brilliant antithesis, but by the blessing of God on plain talk, and humble story, and silent tear, and anxious look, "tho lame take the prey." Ohl this work of saving the youth of our country how few appreciate what itisl This generation tramping on to the grave we will Boon all bo gone. What of tho next! not talents, but effout. An engineer on a locomotive i going across the western prairies day affer day saw a little child come out in front of a cabin and wave to him. So he got in the habit of waving back to the little child, and it was the day's joy to him' to see this little ono come out in front of the cabin door and wavo to him while he answered back. One dav tho train was bolatedland it came on to tho dusk of the evening. As the enginoer stood at his post he1 saw by tho headlight that little girl oh tHe1 track, wondering why tho train did not come, looking for the train, knowing nothing of her peril. A great horror seUed upon the engineer. He reversed tne engine. Ho gave it in chargeof'the othefman on board, and then he climbed over the en- trine, and he came flown on thOcowcatch er. He said, though lie bad reverted the engine, it seemed as though it 'were go ing at lightning speed, laater ana jaster, though i was reaiiy stowing up, onu with almost supernatural clutch be caught that child by the hair and lifted it up, and when tho train stopped and the passengers gathered around to see Ww.is the matter, there the old en gineer lay, fainted dead away, the little child alive anu in nu ww; . "Oh," yon say, "that was well done." But I want you to exercise 6ome kindness and some appreciation toward those In the community who are snatching the little ones from under tho wheel, of tempta tion and sin-snatching them from under tbunderlhtf rail trams of eternal disaster, bringing them op into respectability in this world and into glory for the world to come. Yon appreciate what the en gineerdid. Why can you not appreciate the grander work done by every Sibbath school teacher and by every Christian WOh.emy friends, I want to Impree upoa myself and upon younelvee that itUnot the number of talenU we posseas, but "'aKriaVtotheworR royal hflta. JH2 jtf S'HoTof 3E" ThejHvd .h J&STSa had great vfsJn. who are the Lord's royal toayT &" f them may serve you in the honsehold, ?!fei?SK down the Ttrei.outhelrar a Sep food, pjaJ C lYt lhat wine of u. who fared J2r;f rM back found that oine m. ,. thrr are tb ! I tffrattftu,. IffeniArf, Ono step farther: There am many people discouraged about getting to heaven. At my desk in Tho Christian Herald offico I am in dally receipt of nu merous letters from people brought up a great 6vax loumieB, nnu wno Had Christian lurentage, but who frankly tell mo that they are astray a thousand miles from the right track and fear their case Is hopoless. My brothers, It is to you I Want to preach now. I have been looking for you. I will tell you how you got astray. It was not maliciousness on your part. It was porhaps through the geniality and sociality of yur nature that you foil into siu. Yoajwandered away from your duty; you jtonsciously left the house of God; yon admit the gospel to be true, nnd yet you have so crriovoiislv and so prolonjredly wandered von aav rescue is impossible. It would take a week to count up the names of thoso in heaven who wore on earth worse than you tell me you aro. Thoy went the wholo round of Iniquity; thoy disgraced themselves; thoy dis graced their household; they dospairod of return because their reputation was gono; their property was gone; every thing waa gone. But In some hour liko this they heard tho voice of God, and they threw themselves on tho divine compassion, and they rose up more than conquerors. And 1 tell you thoro is tho same chanco for you. That is one reason why I bke to preach this gospel, so freo a gospel, so tremen'Jousagospel. Jfc takes a man all wrong an 1 makes him all right. In a former Settlement whoro I preached, a member of my congregation quit the house of God, quit respectable circles, went into all stylos of siu, and was slain of his inioulty. Tho dav for his burial camo, nd his body Was brought to tho hom.j of God. Some of his comrades who had destroyed him wero overheard along tho street, on their way to the burial, saying, "Come, let us go and hear Talmngo damn this old sin ner I" Ohl I had nothing but tears for tho dead, and I had nothing but invita tions to tho living. You boo, I could, not do otherwise "Christ Jesus camo to seek and suvo that which was lost." Christ in his dying prayer said, "Father, forgive them," and that waa a prayer for you and a prayer for me. A PERSONAL APPEAL. Oh, start on the road,to heaven today. You aro not happy. Tho thirst of your soul will never bo slaked by tho fountains of sin. You turn everywhere but to God for help. Right where you are, call on him. Ho knows you; he knows all hbout you. He knows all the odds against which you have been contending in llfo. Do not go to him with a long rigmarole of a prayer, bat jast look up and say, "Help! Help!" Yet you say, "My hand trembles so from my dissipations, I can't even take hold of a hymn book to sing," Do not worry about that, my brother; I will give out a hymn at the closo so familiar you can sing it without a bookv But you say, "I have such terrible habits on mo, I can't get rid of them." My an swer is, Almighty grace can break up that habit and will break it up, But you say, "The wrong I did was to one dead and in heaven now, and I can't correct that wrong." You can correct it. By the graco of God, go into tho presence of that one, and the apologies you ought to have made on earth make in heaven, "Oh," says some man, "if I should try to do right, if I should turn away from my evildoing unto tho lord, I would bo jostled, I would bo driven back, nobody would havo any sympathy for me." You aro mistaken. Hero, In the presence of the church on earth and in heaven, I give you today the right hand of Christian fel lowship. God sent me here today to preach this, and he sent you here to hear this: "Let the wicked forsake hi. way,and the unrighteous roan his thought, and let him return unto the Ijord, who will have mercy, and unto our God, who will abundantly pardon." Though you may have been the worst sinner you may become the best saint, and in the great day of judgment it will he found that "where sin abounded grace does much moro abound," and while the spoils of an everlasting king dom are being awardod for your pur suit it will be found that "the lame took the prey." Blessed be God that we aro this Sabbath one week nearer the oblit eration of all the inequalities of this life and all it. disquietudes. Yean ago, on a boat on the North river, the pilot gave a very sharp ring to the bell for the boat to slow up. Tho engineer attended to the machinery, and then be came up with some alarm on deck to see what was the matter, He eaw it was a moonlight night and there were no obstacles in the way. Ho went to the pilot and said: "Why did you ring the bell in that way? Why do you want to stop? There's nothing the matter." And the pilot said to him, "There I. a mist gathering on the river; don't you see that? and thereis night gatberingdarkcr and darker, and I can't eee the way." Then the engineer, looking around and seeing it was a bright moonlight, looked into the face of the pilot and saw that be was dying, and then that be was dead. God grant that when our last moment comes we may be found at our post doing our whole duty. And when the misU of the river of death gather on eur eyelid, may the good Pilot take the wheel from our band, and guide us into the calm harbor of eternal re.il Prop lb anchor, fori the ulL I am mf within the vU. ler torpid liver, Tutts Pills ZfiZflK'ttKitttZXXZ SBEsSr wl,uout "'auau - STiMmmru Mmaaer Ure. aVj- 'll iAalflMWIUUffi JtOLD EVEJtrWHiaUi' Wh 18, ibs. VWWWWVJVMVJY fBALD What Is tha CfMtdUlaa wuinV I .- t.t- ., iiaran, primer uoe . v:t... r - brushed? !sIttuHo5MIrtt? 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BpwUl atuntlon given to bu. newi In the supreme and circuit courts of the state. 2 11 miLMON KOKI), Attorney at taw, Halein, 1 Orrgon, Ofttce upilulru tn l'ttn block HJ. HIOaKll. Altoi ny at lw,H!ero, Ore , gon. Offlce over timh'e bank TJ.BIIAV.M. W.HUNT HIIAWAHUHT ,1 . AltorneM t taw. Ofllre over Capital National bank, Halem, Oregon. rOHN A. OAH-ON, Attorney at taw, room I I and i, Uub bank budding, Haltm.Or. II. r IUIVHA1I. W. 11. IIOLMKH. BONI1AM A lIObMES, Atvurneye at law. Ortloelnlluab block, between Btateeod ourt, on Commercial street. fOHN HAYNE. ATTOKNKV.AT.. A. .1 i)llee lonud o proinptlv rrmlllMl, lluiphy block, tor Htete and Uominerctal .ireru Halem, Oregon. "" lirttKNiailTON-Afcbltect and aurerln. VV tendeuL uraoe, rooms n lireytnan block. and 1 Hu.u 9-IHI Dlt A. OAVH.ltr'el Graduate of New York, give eptalatienUos to tbe dU out of women and pblidreo, no, ihroat, lug, kldnere. sklB alenuee anil enrgry. okce at rldne, lol Ktale eUeet. Cod.uII. iloo from Dto Ua. in and V J p in. Va ' a hltOWNK, M D.. PbyMctan and Hu gw0. iimre, wiuiyuj ( iwwtvi 0'nin.rctal etreet B.T O HMITH, iiitlt, m : u " ilem. uretfOa. rinwota. bobm. uci Iktni Tn of everr dtecrlplloa. 1-aiaiMe operao UonaatpeUlly. SONH OK VKTKItANH.-Hawpfc I.Moniol Vetaraui.U.H.A nralay enlngeall o'clock. It! tr Camp No. m e ww. brtlaye enlngeall o-cwckni;e i " bill 'vuillngbfothtM tmt roitiUlly tnvttea toatleod Ja 1 U H'wur, CPV falldlng..v.ry 'JrgSSlJ! J, A. WM.WOOB, eef , a" i: P ? VE HARK t ixnlttt'H. n j;i m Bi v J9-t1 D .KIpL.a " f ' "v' 1 1 ' - ----- i . " HEADS! :-." .."" jw nw rvi re apm. at the ede? He:iti Mm mo( te hair l hMd led to thadUMr. 1.'.IoardMu.ti""!tsaJ,rrea'' to . end Ws win fbrwV! 5 ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.. Fifth JlYCMe, New York, K. Y. "y MURPHY. and le- Fresh- News-Pacers-' Fruits- and tendlcs. J. L. BENNETT, & son; p. 6. riiooic NOnTH BALUt. Take jit! EVENING JOURNAL, Only 3 cist, a day delivered at jour uoor. HOWARD, The House Mover. 451 Marlon Street. llaa the beet facllitlM lor nonvlnu ami ral.. IDE houaea. Lr&ve ordwi at tlr&r IlnU.. nr ad I rlMUia Uelant kkk T Uolem.UrrceQ. From Terminal or Interior Points" Wo l.ls the line to Juke To all Points East and SoutH, It Isthedlnlng ear rente, ltrund throj h veatlbulo tralni, every day In. the year to ST. PAUL AND CDIGAflO KNo change of can.) Oompaed of dining care nnsurrsMedJ ' lullman drawing room ileepeie Oftatwt aenipaVeal TOURIST Sleeping Cars. Beet that can be oonitraoted sod ta'hleh aooommodatleiu are both iree aa ler nlibed for holders of flret and leeotmUMe tloketa.asdi ELEQAMT DAY COAOHIJB. . Acontlnuote Use eoaBeoUng with all lines. aBordlng aireet and alaterrupted tervloe. Pnllman sliepw rewfratlonS carl eeee cured In advtnco threwghi any, rant of tbe road. r Through tlakete to and froM all pblnt In America, England and Kurope, w be purehaeedutany ticket oDlco of till iom, pany. Kull Information eoaoerniag raten,Jtlme oftralaf,routeeundMherdti(lhifBrniiihed on triplication to any ajtcut or A. DOHAULTONJ AMtetaat General roeeenger Agent Mo, Ul rirsl street, ,eor. Woabiogtrmte'ert land.Oregon SlfAW & DoWNINf, ARCBltB. Tk Orcffon Land k, AlMalem, leengtgedln Mlllag fruit land! In Ui vlclully of-im, Orego, wberd moro fruit U now growing than la anrrwetjof tbe tale uuua a ximnunn, lO-IMm Hasigeri. OLINGER & RIG3DDN, Undertakers and Ertatars, Cabinet work and repalriRflj. Court street, Oppeelte Opera iMtuoe, Balbh, OrlsaeN JL1J H'mTZmM WOTUr- TO SALT LAKE, DENVER," OMAHA, KANSAS CIW, CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS AUDAU. EASTERN CITIES DAYS to CHICAGO J2 tlvfli1jCWcH-I Hnrs 0ukUr $, " m' Tbranfd PuMflWi 4 TwM SVjeert, Tm JUcKafof CMf Ck, tlf Cft. H. H H, OLAKIC. 11aaJrtr.- Dot iMiM a4 aeaena laftirwaWew eaU tm t Tlirougli I Tickets Elecfrie: Lights- Oil Meter System. TO C0NBUMEK9:' TboBaH-ni UeM'eatf Poimt Com iti wiiie Cave twiMitiy'tMr wgut planfwlththefin.il koeenMM ! now. We o onr the nablieabeM ire and lMcntlMMt Light; ilafe' tlcetric MHwk-JI PHrpescs vthcreiwvrerfs r quired. MwldeBCfeeanbe wiwd ferMmurUefeta f ?lr? " the coBMtmen fir. fcrStli 179 Commercial St MEATS. fr,Mrife&ittBiilr, fl 1BoS.be hnit i.Vt-j WH 1st pia iabd v" I-Hfwti"irtt brldgfi. ED. RAVEAUX, NOKTH SALXM Meat Market. Freeh aeaU and loweet yriete WISCONSIN CENTRAL UNES ,Nort(wrn PwMe R. R, Ce.t Leteee.) LATEST TIME CARD'. Dully ThrHfit Trrfnt. IZttmn (LSBpra 7:l&em i. Miun. a I -Wl'aili.i lDulutba l:36fm iSC 4rpm H.lflaml 7JSam i wpm loeia l.AKhMHMl a.Chtoagnl , H.lil fi.oepWw.MHM Tleketieold and haauttauMiluu! th.anak to all polnle In tho United Htatee and CaooJla, ClOOQ OOBHAMlmi fjw Im -' nCli all tralne going Kant and Heath. kot 'lull Information apply to year beareet UelNt agent or JA8, a. OM, lUen,I'aw.ndTfet,Agt.,Ohleal 1U uregonpacifmailr1'dco & W. HADtEY, Receiver. SHORT LINE tetCJAXfakHU OCEAN STEAMERSAIUNCS. R B. WILLAMETTE VALUCV.. Leavte Han Kranelteo, NoV.uCh. Hlk eet mi, Leave Vaaalaa, Nev. ftk, m, a4 Wth. HATKS ALWAYS SATJSKACTOKT. For IretahbaBd caneneer ntt utnto ta amp agent or purser or tuU rimpay. O.T. WAKUwtT W. " O. M. K WKIW, Atenirf, ! Deek. MONEY TO LOAN On improved Real Hetote. ta umeioeait. Jiooewyia FEAR, & FORD, Itee13.)Hu4 8ak'Meek, IHtf W.A.Cuitcx, I'rMldeat. J. X. AX.BMMT. I M ) OP SALEM. Traniaeta a general basklex'.biietiMMe. , 1'roraplattenll npald toeolletMM. Jjmjm rnade. KrehaBM bought awg eeM tm. tfce prlnrlpal nltleeof tbe wo'ld. J. Vaiiduvji, J M.Mabrw, K. M,t'KoiAW, W.A.Cueicir. W. W. MARTIM, J, M. ALMSHT. 11. V. MATTMBWf, lHreetan, East and South -VIA- THE SHASTA ROUTE the- Seutrttrn Pmc CwnfMy. CAUrOHMlA XXHHM TtULXXMSK KAILY M twmw roaTijixa axp a. r. mums: :llp. ui. Mp.m. 10: w a.m. FcfttaaT" Han timn. Hiss Lv. Ar. Above traliui U at aU eille tntm Knrtland V AHMnr liietailw, elo MttMMl Hhe44, Hwf, mttxwttmti JnniHIoa (Tfy, inine i wirawiee aw Mesni rrow immhii to nm iluid Inclusive. etus HJWKHUltd MAll, WAH.V. MU O.M. V. Ar-I ii:i7 a.m iV Im Lv.l 1 JbO p. is. Ar. Hoaebunr .1 DImIhk Cure wt tfgiteti tUmUt PDLLMiX lofisr XMtm Scond CImc noptng Cart udm L rtil.T. Ulaa.wi.Ar. (WwJb Lv. Wlp.m At Altoar iei trfU iimM train efOrea I piTmiVWWWWe sni T1IRU TICtWW ifcetM k&J Capital MM iwitn Hgpi 8Mpte OMMto i 4" 1LS$ iia,.r Sfflra3S wwt IM hlMhheerf-fej . ( "What MM w t ew mwrwr $ -" ' . 2BL.