Pacific Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1877-1881, October 25, 1877, Page 2, Image 2

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    PACIFIC CHRISTIAN MESSENGER,
THURSDAY,
OCT. . 2&,
1877.
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I 1 find tlu- city v ery much as I left that in the Scriptures, and thought never in want of any good thing. Th»-
an abandonment of the contest, but
Jijp alisiguie docs not .necessarily mean it three months ago. The Capital is therefore the Lord wouhl lx- pleased*-srrpply is infinite. *
“ I will dwell in the house of th» *
Programme of Sunday School In­ an aliandonnicnt, for he has zealous bmpty swept and garnished ready for w’th it. There was a brother at
Lord
forever” (v, G). Here the irreat *
Poughkeepsie
who
usqd
to
pray,
“
O
the
evil
spirits.
The
hall
of
the
House
stitute, held at Watsohville, friends who are working for him in a
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ones
of
the universe, true kings ami
Lord,
make
me
so
full
of
Thee
that
of
Representatives
has
been
coyereil
way that the goisl natured indolent
Cal., Oct. 4th and 5th, 1877.
Mr. Sayler would never work for with a new green carpet,', few of the there wijl be no room for evil !” Thf princes, will be assembled. What
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THURSDAY, 10 A. U..
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himself Mr. Cox has been for more , committee rooms 'have been’ refur­ devil passes by such a man and says, wouhl you say of a prince Who, going
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1'. Devotional exercises^ 10 minutes. than a week at the Riggs’ House ; he, nished ; and both the House anil ■ N»> room there, Be full. The clouds to his distant palace, should be crying
2. How to teach singing in the pretends to be hopeful of his election, Senate chambers’ have been supplied come and hold the full goblets to the on the ears because of his inferior
Sunday school, E. B.. Ware, 40 minutes. and says that while he cannot prediej with new exhaust pipe arrangements parched lips of the flowers. In my traveling clothes and fare, and the in­
3. The infant class, Mrs, Root, with certainty who will Be speaker, to th aw off the foul air. The hotel garden I hear the watery footsteps as conveniences of the journey ? We
4)0 minutes.
he knows positively that he will not lobies are regilt; some houses are re­ th»- clouds cottie ami give to overtiow- would say. Foolish man, you art trav- .
4. Recess, 10 minutes.
be Mr. Randall. Mr. Randall, on the painted ; and some streets repaved. , ing. So (jod is ever ready to^ome eling now ; the palace will be by-and-
I Bible class, H. D. Connell, 50 other hand, is cool ami confident, and, The fair denizens of the Treasury and ■ and pOur out blessings on the waiting by. Oh, to dwell forever in the house
miiiutes?
of God ! Is there room there for us all ?
whatever significance there may be Interior Departments have new Christian.
But
I
must
hasten.
“
Though
I
dresses
or
remodeleil
old
ones.
Alas'!
In my Fathor’s house, says Christ, arc
- Adjournment to 7 v. M.
in a general impression is in his
walk
through
the
valley
and
shallow
what
would
woman
be
without
new
,1. Devotional exercises.
many
mansions. Yes, yes, there is
favor. ‘ Hia friends assert tfiat he will
2. Teachers’-normal class lesson, H. have G5 votes on first lif^llot. Mr. dresses, and alas ' ho>v dismal would ’ nf death,” etc. (v. 4). The time will room for all in the house of God, in
D. ConnelL -50 minutes.
~------- ‘ ■ T’iLN claimsT’TrWrTMorrison says he thc-nevTdretses l»e witliout - wom a n , ah
-. 3. Address, Tli_e Sunday ¡school will have 35 votes, apd Mr. Black­ T q proye ‘that the, subject is not Through that vaHey no moital can go I pit.
teacher, E. B. Ware.
burn, of Kentucky, wdio. is exjæcted trivial, But is rclateil to morals as witlrus. “ Thou art with me.” Many
The Battle of Life.
4. Question drawer, H. 1). Connell. on Monday, claims 38 Votes. Tliere well as to finance-- one of thy most i j a time as I think of that valley,-it is
M e have often te-uii impressed by
FRIDAY, 10 A. M.
are other candidates who wilLdjave a ! natural of her sex'has said, that the: not radiant but dark, then I rec? 11 this
the deep significance of the phrase
scattering vote of 25, which makes a consciousness .of "being perfectly, well ! ’ verse, and 1 say with the Psalmist, “ I
1. Devotional exercises.
which Dickens has given as a title to
2. Intemiediate class, Miss Red- total of 203, a number considerably dressed gave her equanimity of tern- .1 , will fear no evil, for Thou art with one of his Christmas stories, "The
? larger than the Democratic majority, per, peace of mind and serenity ■ of m»-. ’ It is .Clirist’s almighty hand
man, 20 minutes.
' Battle of Life.” It is full of. solemn
'•—3.* Class by Mrs, Marstan of Gilroy, which proveS there is a mistake some­ soul, such as religion had not been .1 , wounded and bleeding for me, that meaning, - All our hours from thr*
able to bestow.
j will lead me, » .
where.
• '
30 minutes.
' cradle to the grave, are but a series of’
There
is
every
.
indication
of
an
• “ Thy roil and Thv staff they com-
4.- Review of Sunday school on
AN ANIMATED SESSION AND lit SY
i
cxcitirfg and • interesting session," a | ■ fort me ” v. 4.. (’omforted by the Tod ’ antagonisms, hunger, fatigue, sickness, '
lessons for July and August, H. I).
SEASON.
huge number of journalists have ar­ Yes, we fihd comfort in affliction, : temptat.oH, sin. remorse, soitow —
Cornell, GO minutes.
It is quite apparent that while the
rived prepared to rnpwenLjJflil-ii"' 1 blessed I k -God ! -The goblet is filled these are the Wrong poWCiS with
Adjournment to 7 P. Mr .
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coming session will lie eyentluj, and.
i which we must, wage Continual wai
- J, Devotional exereises.----------.—7- the season .gay, money will not be various papers, arid there is the with bitteni< s>. blit dirisTtnoks-Wpr^ ► Foes l>eset us froirTwithout TirnTTrom
2. Review of lessons for September, sjient so ■ prodigally as in the past.. wonted bustle and animation among it *and ^the bitterness is tiirin-d to within, and make, life one long and
the quid iinvcK »>n newspaper. row sweetness. Joy comes »>ut of soitow .
E. B. Ware, GO minutes. _
The hotels complain that the .race of
! earnest battle. • But there are victo-
3. Essay The Teachers' Mirim by millionaire statesmen is fading’^from where the doors have been closed for. The. rod ami the- staff -crook are i lies to be w<Ai on the field more, gio
weeks.
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different. With the.crook lie' lifts us
Mrs. Mi E. Marstan, 40 minutes.
the land. Senators and members i
1 rious than those which crimsoned
out
of difficulty and trouble. There
4. Question drawer, E. B. \\ are. 20,, 'seem unwilling to payy high prices,
Canning Fruit.
is a .difference between, a shephprd s’ Marathon and Waterloo. Evil habits
minutes.
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and the stylish M'est End boanling
I crook and a theological club. Then, j i may be subdued fiery, passions
houses that have beén able to com­
"P arsons , K ansas , Aug. 22, 1877.
! brought under the Control of principle,
' the shepherd's rqd had on the end of
Dea r Bro. Porter:
mand from $200 to $300 j>er month Dear Aftrsmiyev:
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it a bit of vermillion, by which each —temptations resisted s-r lf denials
I send you the - programme-of out for a suit of two rooms, now find it <
In the last No. of your valuable
r
.cheerfully sustained' and. Jifr.-itself
first Sunday school Institute held in ’'difficult to engage them for half that paper l)r.' Hannaford -gives what lie­ sheep was marked. God puts his.
I
consecrated
to
high
and
holy
purposes.
this district. The meeting was held price, s Boat ding house and hotel calls tile Scientific Mode of Canning marks -on his sheep. Not only the.
ninety and nine will be..gathered in, To triumph over the infirmities of. a
at Watsonville, and much praise is areas have been immensely increased .......
Fruit, which is to thoroughly cook it.
but the full hundred. The. ¡church,, perverted nature, and render life, once
due to Bro. C'onnell and the Sunday in the last few years, and competi­
Now, Aunt Mary says that
deformed by passion anil stained by '
aohool-workers tliere,for the success tion, prevailing ideas of economy, to­ thorough cooking is just what you will then have accomplisheii its full
sin, beautiful with love made mani­
attending it. Much interest was gether with the .simpler style of don't want. Her practice is to let the mission.
fest in deeds of beneficence, is worthi­
manifested by teachers of other Sun­ living under the present regime, are frnitjstify over the tire until it is hot
Now, a few words pouching the two
er our ambition than all the blood-
day schools in town. , All who at­ all having a tendency to make exis­ through, cooking as little as possible ; concluding verses of the chapter;
wrought heroisms that ever linked a
tended expressed themselves as highly tence at the National Capital as cheap
the more Cooking the less flavor is "Thou preparcst a. table before me in name to a world’s remembrance. Ev­
pleased and greatly profited. *
as, or peAàps cheaper than it has her theory, and I can testify that she tl)«j presence of mine enemies ” (v. 5)„ ery day witnesst-th triumphs such as' ~
As a member- of the state committee ever been.
.
is a success in canning fruit, and that The' table is prepared for 11s before the these—yet fame proclaims them not.
I take this opportunity of urging
It is the- opinion of the President the nearer the fruit approaches to its world. There is a hid^Nb banquet- What matters it ? In the serene depth
upon the local committees of the dis­ that tho extra session will continue condition when taken from the tree we are told, foH^Uie soul, where all
of these all-con»|uering spirits, God’s,
tricts the importance of lieginning at until the time for the regular session the better it is.
alone we feast wit\A-hrist. You can
peace abides, and liarmdhies are heard
once to hold 'institutes in their various to begin, and that many members and
sit down with your pavibr to- this si-
P. D avis .
such as the angels make, when they
districts. Vacaville and Elmira led senators ape of the same opinion is
lent least anywhere—even on Broad- welcome the victorious soul from the
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off, Watsonville, Holl^ter and Gilroy proved by their hiring residences and
way, that human, roaring Niagara.
A Bible Lesson—The 23d Psalm. God prepares the table. What honor ! conflicts of this, to the raptures of the
jiave followed; whoAvill be the next
preparing to keep house.
heavenly world.—A’.r,
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to report an institute ? We hope to
The message of the President will OUTUItXB OF A H r UMOITBY J. HYATT SMITH, God is said to be our bed-maker. He
O xe W oman of A nother .- From
in the L ee A ve . B aitist C hurch , maketh our bed in sickness.
hear at our next State Convention, to be confined mostly • to matters for
Here
B rooklyn .
be held at Vacaville next spring, that which the extra session .was called,
the king comes in royal robes and her father Anna Dickinson inherits
Thon
prepare«
t
a
table
before
me
in
the
presence
of
every district in the State has had an and the annual reports from the De­
spreads for us, in the presence of all the ardor, passion, and almost insane
mine enemie« : Thon anointest my "head with
institute.
the world, a feast. The great nations love of justice which distinguish her.
oil
;
my
enp
runneth
over.
Surely
goodness
and
partments will, not be submitted to
I
Any' information desired will be congress until De»-»:inber. The Sec­ mercy ahall follow me all the days of my life: across the waters are honoring Amer­ while from her mother comes the love
and I will (l»aiLUda>the house of the Lord for­
gladly furnished by any member of retary »if State will present corres­ ever.—Ps. xxiii. 5, 6.
ica in the honors they an- bestowing of fine and rare things, the tenacity of
the State committee.
on
n.ur great, silent general. Kings purpose, the perseverance and determi­
pondence relative to American repre­
1 find it a pleasant habit, in running
E B. W are .- sentation, at the Paris Expositions, on through this garden of the Lord, to go j and queens do the honors. The King nation to do or die’, which are equally
which there will probably be prompt back qgain and again and look jit, of all the universe bestows infinitely a part of her nature. Her home con­
Washington Letter.
sists of an apartment shut in frdm
action.
some special flower. This l’salm is ‘ greater honors on us. No earthly
everything
but the breeze, which
familv ever made such a feast as
( trom our regular colt respondent .)
There is much speculation afloat blossoming all over. Like in a garr ■ royal
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I comes through the foliaged spaces of
over the consequences likely to follow den, it is hard to discriminate. You that to which we are invited. No
W ashington , Oct. 6,1877. |
should Senator Mortoi^remain help­ say to the red r»>se, You red beauty, general or emperor ever had such ser­ one of the wide streets of New York
Preparalion* fnr the < xtra
AV ho
Here she lives' with her maid, her
will be Speaker !
WI im ^ will be the I less, and Senator Spencer unfriendly what can be mdFe perfect ?
Then you vice as the humble ('hristian, for the I
books,
her
pictures
and
her
King
of
hi-;iven
anil
earth
bow>
the'
Legislation 1 The doubtful balance of i to the administration.
The latter is pass to the white rose, and you whis-
'T
the
Senate. Change« at thev^ea pltal,
work
;
and
her
inmates
share
her
heavens
and
comes
down
and
spreads
sanitary and sartoria I.
An ^exciting spending his honeymoon in the Black per, Don’t say a word to your sister of
session and busy reason predirted.
Hill, and is believed, by some, less the red cheek, you are the perfection .his table lbr him. You pity that ben- dainty lunch or quiet dinner, - unpre­
I returned to this charming, Wicked, anxious to be in the senate chamber of Ix-auty. Then, you bow down to gar in rags. He Ims no need of pity, tending as to description of viands,
political centre, last night, after an during the present session, than to be lhe violet and say the sweetest words. he is a Christian ; and what unseen »■but exquisitely cooked and served in
absence of three months, expecting returned as senator from the future So you’go unconsciously 'playing the multitudes of shining ones are wait­ such rare old china, with the addition
ing to do him honor, for he is gaining of delicate, bits of glass ami antique
to find matters in tine ferment over state of Wyoming. At any rate it is coquette all through yolir garden.
silver ! She is the fortunate owner of
the election of a.speaker in the House, known he will not be in Washington
"All the truths in the psalm are so victories over earth ami hell!
Then there is the kingly blessing, heirlooms for which one has to pay
the doubtful balance, of the senate, until Decemlier. Gov. Kellogg has lK-autiful^an precious, that we are say­
“Thou anoinest my head with oil-” large amounts in bric-a-brac shops
the recalcitrancy of New York re­ returne»! to New Orleans, saying he ing to every one, you are best.
wjll
make
no
effort
to
secure
a
seat
in
publicans, and daring journalistic en-
" The Lord is my shepherd ” (v. i). (v. 5). David knew what it was to and having a passion, besides, for what
the
senate
until
Senator
Morton
is
- teip rises. But 1 find that I am on
The word my, etc. Then comes the be anointed. He felt liow the seal of is rare and choice, she has made a col-'
the ground at least a day too soon; able to advocate his claims. In spite inevitable conclusion, “ I shall not royalty placed on him from on high lection of engravings and small works
there is not, as yet much fermenta­ of newspaper rejiorts of his improving, want.” “ He restoreth my soul ” (y. 3) 'This seal every one of us may have to­ of art which would make a connoiss­
water.— Jennie June,.
tion in political circles. _ I have just health, there is a very general im- We have been wandering away ; now day. 1 know not how to go farther eur’s mouth
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I
am
dizzy
vrit,
a glimpse of the daz-
made the rounds of the hotels and piession that the great senator will he restoreth us. , We are sick in soul,
I he great tnrth is becoming more
o glories thi nit awafrua. Napoleon amt more impressed on the minds of
other places where politicians are not again enter the senate chamber ; hegiveth health. Saints, are you opt. ' zling
contemptuously
ca led a^ earthly ,this generation, that the Bible is the
wont to form in groups, talk earnestly, and, “ there will Be none left in Ithica of any Gospel goods ? Go right to the
or retire mysteriously behind green to bend his bow.” Senator Sharon, storehouse of the Lord and have re- I throne a piece of pine with a bit of only authoritative source of religious
belief; and if there is any institution
blinds, but they are not to be found who is looking after his silver mines stored what you have lost. How is velvet'on it. Oh, how poor is earthly preeminently calculated to deepen this
at the hotels, on the hotel registers, in Nevada, will not take his seat be­ your faith this morning ?—Love ?— royalty' It will take me all my life impression, ami fix it permanently in
or Pennsylvania Avenue. I have fore December, and it is not im- ■ Hope ? I do not thTnk Glxl is pleased to get through pitying the kings of the minds of the coming age, it is the
learned that the number of members probable that' President Hayes will with empty shelves. He doesn’t like this earth, so infinitely beyond theirs Sunday school. Every’ minister of the
« of congress in the city is precisely find himself confronted with a complaining Christians, or Christians are the honors that await me, every Gospel, every Christian, must there­
fore feel it important that just views
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democratic congress; but how a who are always telling what poor faith Christian.
twenty.
of interpretation should lie. imbibed in
Of the prominent candidates for democratic congress can antagonize or hope they have. There was a man
" Surely goodness and ..mercy shall those schools. I have felt more deeply
speaker, Messrs. Cox, Morrison and his administration, without arraying in one of our prayer meetings, who follow me all the days of my life ” (v. than I have other sentiment the im­
Randall have arrived. Mr. Sayler itself in opposition to its oWh avowed was always telling G»xl in his prayers 6). The place for the wagons loaded portance of inculcating on the young
will remain in Ohio until after the policy is a question difficult to an­ that he was full of wounds and bruises with supplies is immediately in the proper modes of explaining the saert-d
Scriptures.
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and putrifying soes, etc. He found rear of the army. The Christian is 1
election, which some construe to be swer.
A lbert B arnes .
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