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0 ronr-Thf1 ji if "r"'f,J!'ri'1-' "" " ' ''!??:fcmnai3g iB3aXOTirftt?.sM' w, m iiwtkw i ur i n nm i t nnu i ml SHIN 1W OF SMI toft ifAWrt M K 1 Wit -li mWSSjuSbI '5 Methods of Salvation " m 1 aUrid ill "3 Army Lads and Lassies. uflllriJJIli tHP" -ISnM id riGIITINO SIN THE BEST !PIPE 'TOBACCO. Th'S CI''R" orlllliiry ilO ,'ivcnalor I b ii o Most vouiKri I dlsoowiy of IhO RKO. It has ban o:i torKdbytho leadtngtclen tlflo men of Kun.ro end Il'jdyan fa purely vego lludyan etoix Pramaluren:s3 Of tho dls charge la 20 days, fnrcs LOST illtY Nervousness, KmUoloiiB middevclorxi nud restore week organi TMna In th pack. lofsei bv day o MANHOOD nl,Mstoppc culcklv. Over 2.000 private endo-scments. IWuSturinftf mean Imjotennr t" i AnJ start. It I a tymptom of ikTnlnnl weakness andbarrcmies'. It can bo stopped In 20 days bythotueoflludran. ....n...ii. Tboncw d seovcry was raaln by thoBnecIal' Isli of tho old famous Hudaon Madlcal Inttltute. It lithe atroiiRCst Tltallrcr xuadc. It Is very mwerftil. but lmtrnlCM. Sold for 81.00ft pack- m " ' l't ...l.-... n . Ax vtllboaant to ypufoofollcliarRea. end for olrculcrannd tcatlmonjalf. Address (an icllou Stockton, ninrlwt A: KI1U SU Hull rraiicim;u Mexican Mustang Liniment for Sums, Caked & Inflamed Udders. Piles, Rheumatic Pains, Bruises and Strains, Running Sores, Inflammations, Stiff joints, Harness &. Saddle Soro. Sciatica, Lumbago, Scalds, blisters, Insect Bites, AH Cattle Ailments, All Horse Ailments, VV1! Sheep Ailments, Penetrates Muscle, Membrane and Tissuo Quickly to the Very Seat of Pain and Ousts it in a Jiffy. Rub in Vigorously. Mustang Liniment conquer jVlLkcs flan or Beat wclJ jijnlri. MONEY TO LOAN tffi'sar'ffliKfflSa 'without del HAMIio( 4JM0IB. jjojiH Bnk bnliainj. 'J&rrraH Constipation, rijKrafl Falling Sen iSj-wJftvJS nation. Ncrr- VjMfrijSf una twitching ALfKftl end othoi jUvJfin Btrcngthons Wlriffia Jnylnotatci 5,f MiTOj and tonca Hie Sfcl'iAvJlSa entlromtcm :l,'Mi'Vi Mudian cum rttdfttiKUia Dob Jpfi f iidfriiii ruts ie.jvyn ON LAND AND SEA. low the SnlrntlnnlM Inrnilcit riftliAvo. nue AatimUliIni: nrnnlli of tlin Army. A Hnlvntl.m Cruiser mi tlm Snrrntncnto. Alan Kaltntlon Slagi-coach. About a ilo7i'ii yrnn niro the wnvfnrpm In various American cities wcro astounded nt tho sight of Rtrnntto prcceslons. Men In tnlforms tliatwctm-d n thoroughbred cross )etvoen tho ontllt ot n vllliifra timid and he get up of a sleeping enr porter, women -mostly toll niul ungainly - lurcoop shovel BKM.IKO TUB WAH CUT. honncU mul drefucs without suspicion of hoops or patlillnK. bcntlng drums mid tnm bourlnes, traversed tho streets wnllluR rather than singing: Oh, cs, salvation's free, O-o-oh, yei, salvation's freo, Sald-l-tfitlon's frco for you and mo. l'ra-a-n.lfo Gtxll Salvation's free I Of coursu this was not their only song, tind most of their tunes wero extremely "Jlggy." "Old Dan Tucker" wivs n great favorito with them for iiwhllc, anil n popu lar opcrntlc nlr was used to tho werds: My alns nro washed away Ily tliu blood of tho I-amlj; My alns aro washed nwuy Ily tho blood of tho Lamb Washed away, washed away, Washed nuay by tho blood of tho Lamb. Apparently theso people wcro from tho lowest strntu of lmtnanlty, nnd while tho curious asked who they wcro tho old fellow from tho backwoods Is nllcgcd to have got off tho old standard Joke, "It do bent all what critters a mnn tecs when ho hasn't got his gun with him." It was tho Salvation Army. In 1805 Wil liam llootb, a youiiK nud terribly earnest Methodist preacher, began In tliu WJiIto chapel region nnd adjacent dlstrlctsof last London tho work which 1ms madu hlra fainoUB. Tho Idea of tho present organiza tion long floated In his mind beforohogav it definite foun, but at last success crown ed his pluus, and tho army developed Into Its prcsient form nnd received Its jiamo In 1870. Hoothsawwhatn fascinatlou there is in niirao, uniform, colors and thomllltnry Idea generally nnd determined to utilize these adjuncts to tho best advantage. This army Is now organized In S3 nations. It haa 10,780 commissioned ofllcere and mil lions of private soldiers and nuxlllarlcs and holds at least 10,000,000 meetings year ly, It publishes 83 weekly Journuls and 15 monthly magazines with an aggregate an oual circulation of lO.MO.OOO. It has prop .rtvtn tho value of M.0D0.C00, nnd its an nual Income, mostly In donations of verv small sums, nmounts to nearly as much more. Its services of song nnd prayer are rendered In every langnago in Europe, ex cept possibly tho Turkish, Lop, Iinsque. Gaello and some of tho obscuro districts of the Boutheastern regions. Its uniformed bands are seen in fans, itoine, wiuinu, flerlln and St. Petersburg, nnd If one can udgo from tho small nmount of persecu tlon encountered thero has either been n marvelous ndvnuco In religious liberty or tho BalVAtlon Army 1ms a marvelous fac ulty of winning friends and disarming prej- In nil this there Is nothing strictly new. Every century nnd nlmost every genera tion for 2,000 yenrs has produced n new and crratlo religious movement that for a time seemed to sweep nil before it. Y Uat Is new nnd Indeed amazing is the rapidity with which the Salvation Army has gained unon tho refined and philosophic, classes. It was received with n chorus of derisive laughter by the mmuiuuu ami Br.ou.. anproval by the conservatively religious; ft fs now favored by the highest d Ignltarlei of Protestantism. It began In the slums; It Is now In good society. Now, therefore, U the time to look for n decline In Us fierce energies if It follows the course of former similar movements and a gradual change toformal method. But wo shall tee what weshalli.ee. . Christianity was 250 years old before the philosophers even condescended to notice it. The learned und wealthy looked on It 1th sort of contemptuous pity. Ihe llrst Protestnnta in the Netherlands were derl -fT THE 8ALVATIOS CnUISER. aively called "bueux," a rather dirty word, which may by courtesy bo translated "beg gars." In England fhe learned complained tWitwas impossible to reason with the LoUanlsi that they were too stupid and iCToSnttobo capable of reason. Macau luy Intimates that the first Quakers In Eng land were a little too crazy to run at large iSVotlulte crazy enough tobehutup. and there are plenty of people still living wfoSmbwbavassaldo the early Su and Christian WpU nl theSalvatlonlsts bare become almost fash ionable In 10 years. . Mrs. Balllnjfton Booth U to the Balya, tlonArmy what Sclina, countess of Hun thirfonTwas to the early Mttbodists. Led byher.thearroyinvadedFlftbenuecarlj Sd vlth remarkable sneceaj. And she was Introduced by Rev Dr. E. Wal Slemrcen.of all peWns.lni? .world The offloialsof Korea wear upon their hats tho figures of various bfrdiaud aa imals. Smmm --jwvV '- "" fcJMMfaww-T TlTTim mimug-s iMRihutiigs u a ttttu All my versos wcro digressions from ofllco work. They carno without lnvttu tlou, unmnnueredly, lu tho niiture ol things, but thoy had to come, nnd thi writing out of them kept tne healthy nntl nnuiRcil. To tho best of iny roniutn branctf) no one thun dlscovuretl tlnir grievous oyuloism or tholr pessimistic tendency, nnd I was far too busy nud too hnppy to take thought about these tiling. So tlioy nrrlved morrlly, being born out of tho lifo nbaut mo, nud thoy wero very bad indeed, nnd tho joy of doing them wn.s payment n thousand tiinu-s their worth. Some, of course, cmuu nnd ran nwny again, nntl tho dear sorrow of going in search of these (out ot ofllce hours nnd catching them) was nlmost better thnn writing thorn clear. 'Bad as they woio, I burned twlco nt ninny as wcro published, nud of tho survivors at least two-thirds weiu cut down at tho last moment. Nothing can bo wholly beautiful that is not useful, mid there fore my versos wero nindo to oaso off tho perpetual (strife between tho mana ger extending his ndrertiBomouU nud my chief fighting for his rending mat ter. They wero born to bo nacrilloed. Rukn-Diu, tho foroniau of onr side, ap proved of thorn immensely, for ho was n Moslem of culture. Ho would Bay: "Your pootry very good, sir. Just com ing proper length today. You giving inoro soou? Ono-third column just prop er. Always can tnko on third pago." Rudyard Kipling in WcClnro's Maga zine Muilo ami llrtdcra. Tho majority of rondors havo doubt loss heard that it is possihlo to "flddlo n bridgo down," or, In other words, that musio will materially iiijuro such strncturos. Porsous who roally bollovo that mnslo will causo such vibrations in n bridgo ns to throw it from its foun dation piers, if kopt up for n sufficient lougth of time, cito tho fact that when nrmios uro marching orders nro given to Btop tho mnslo boforo tho troops roaoh tho bridge, espoolnlly if thostruoturobo ono built on tho suspousiou plan, isut this is not done beennso thero is nny daugor to tho bridgo on account ot tho vibrations caused by tho musio, but bo causo tho uioasured troad of n vast nuinbor of men keeping stop would sub ject tho structure to n grontor strnlu than nn irrcgulnr ngltation. Tho reason of this is obvlousi Tho bridgo Bufforn least strain when nt rost When in uni form motion throughout nil its parts, it ncquires n momentum equal to tho outlro suspended weight multiplied by tho voloclty of such motion. This being tho caso, it is clonr that n uniform downward vibrntion will soon roaoh tho breaking strain, while tho Fnmo disturb ing forces, noting irrogulnrly, would counternot each other to n cortuin do grbo and thus bo far Jess trying. St. Louis ltopubllo. Interpreting Nature. Taking mankind ut largo, porhaps wo shoilUl And them accounting for tho phouotnona of nnturo qulto as much from tholr foollngs ns from reason. Miuds of tho most practical bent nro often tho most servllo slaves of preju dice. Tho nttltudo of tho Mohamme dan mind toward inodoru soiontiflo in quiry Ib shown by n littlo colloquy bo twoon nn Algerian Kabylo nnd fin Eng lish artist who roports tho conversation. On ono occasion n group of Kabylus was standing around whou I abruptly loft off working nnd began gathering my painting traps together, "for," said I, "I boo tho wind is blowing tho clouds iu this dlroctlon. It will ralu. " "Tho wind docs not push tho clouds, " said one. "You can boo thorn moving lu difforcut directions nt tho Bamo tiino." "BntBuroly," snld I, "you can icr oolvo any day that it is tho wiud that movos thorn." "Does tho wind movo tho buu?" said bo. "No, of courso it doesn't," "God Bid to tho sun, 'Movo always In ouo dlroctlon, ' and to tho clouds no aid. Movo about ns you pleaso. ' "Is not that sof" nam no, appealing to his oompauious. Youth's Compan ion, In a Harry to Get There. "If ear wo will never get down town at this Blow eait," Bald n restless, pale faced woman ns alio .handed her fare to a Third avenuo Burfuco conductor the other night. For a time tho conductor was sllont. Then, turnlug, ho whispered: "Do you Beo tho glitter in her oycaT "Yes, very plulnly." "In another hour Bhe will bo crazy' As tho car rolled down tho Bowery tho woman lookod through tho window, and tho light fell full in her face. Iler eyes gleamed red nud bright. Then the nnndnctor leaned in lit the door and "It isn't fur now only a fow blocks raoro." "You fool," Bho replied, "how dare yon Jrivo bo slowly! Ilad I known this I should havo como another way," and half rislug from her seat Bho glared through tho door. The conductor Bmuea saaiy, "u ovoj thero was a hopeless caso," he mutterod, "hers is ono." "TTnva von known her longr was "Yes, a year or more. Bho often corao down on my late run. At first aho was quiet enough, but now eho crows worse and worse." "What caused her Insaultyr "Insanity" and he tamed as thontjn In astonishment. "Why, Bhe Is But ut tano. She bits the pipe. Walt till we get to tho Chinese district and you will seo." His words were truo. She left the car at Mtt street. New Yort Herald. Tin- wurU ut constraotion on the Ulxv -in'"- tJjiiou City and Cincinnati rail road Inw bwn delayed by difficulty in securing right of way near Bluff ton, Ind. The nutter has been settled now, how vr. nud worU is to bo pressed, waaaMiiiiii"i''rn"""iii iacMiJ-wTir- Miiiwijii.i -mBBtatemjB-rmwmnmwmmmBimv m---- STUHS What is i J) tJL J A .ill ii u worn mm Cnstorla is Dr. Snnmol Pltcltcr8 proscription for Infants nntl Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, nntl Castor OH. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee- is thirty years uso by' Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays fovcrishncss. Cnstorla provents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind Colic Castorla rollovos toothing troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas torla is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Prlond. Castoria. "Castorla ta nn excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of lta good effect upon their children." Dr. G. C osooon, Lowell, Maas. "Castorla la the best remedy for children of which I nm acquainted. I hope the clay is not far distant when mother will consider the real Interest of their children, and use Castorla Instead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." DR. J, I'. KlNCHCLOB, Conwojr, Ark. Tha Contaur Company, 77 RBEAT,nu THE BUFFET CAR ROUTE- NpAvThe Shortest and Quickest Line BUTWKEN x Pacific Coast Points, St. Paul and the East. Crowes both the Cascades and tho Ilockv Mountains In daylight, ailordlng raongers tho opportunity of viewing tho Grandest Scenery in America ! Two trains dnlly from Portland; one at 11 a. m. via HealUe. nndono at H;,V p. ro. via O. II. m. iu .nj ...I.... ' u... ...n..w.ni.inin.ni mn l.ilnir nr rtlnlnir enra. btidot library curs " """" 1I'".""-. """" "in'". 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