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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1871)
The London Society of Arts has is- I
iqïïH H and' W igle IX bate.
friend'declares ttiat ‘.‘the spirit is a part
drTïkl.” TTIliis/bi- the ease, then a
WM «"ITMI I part on,God is. wicked, and if a part of
snsd a specimen envelope, 'which it '
Xifgjreeta as a snbstitnte. for the poatal
God i» wicket!,- hp tuny bu all wicked,
'V- I or -dr... It'r»w *tm»H <«Moii|r sheet of thin
TLjfriwr »ufr tlw
comtmnn paper, the top «ide being shajH-d off in
of all mankind.” I and ij
pic filial hoihww““
■ th® enitirft
posteritywf* ’ Ai
Adata. 'witliont a : the form of tlie usual envelope fiafei ’
dhe-halrheiâ'^ïïïMî cfesttfg single exception. -But again, by this The-inside of the sheet having been
•vDcli Of XkSMiiitiw.
position ; which be has taken, I can writteu on, the two sides are folded in,
prove that the fool when hi said ' thexe the bottom folded over them, and tbeu
CAMKMU- l ’8 riuan srizcM—Taunt Miai Txa.
Mil. 1‘UWSHAENT, MoDEBAIOKa, L a DIEH is no God" told the truth. "The Spirit the dap brought down and fixed in the
nsaual way with m.'istened guiu. The
and G entlemen :—Mt - Wigle‘aaya, “I is a iwt of fiod" aud “the ttbul that
d i , sinneth it shall die;" therefore a part Af whole is very simple and light, weigh
I * •? that G<xl will take polluted
*>ënu)Da to Heat n> mi thi® condition; ne God is dead and it a putt ol Gtxi can ing two grams less thau the post card.
then ' ! die, he may all die; and thna we have Both in regard to public and postal cou
them 'through the gates into the proved njy friend’s doctrine to be in j venicnee it seems in evei y way prefer,
Thousands are rushed into open rebellion against God, and-the able to Jbe post-card, -
« 'la .
wewrnty a perfect meas of moral corrup- | meMMat form of unbelief.
Word by word Webster’s big dic .
lion, therefore God mint make'them
•• Then sh*U the dual return to the-
tionary was made. jpollar by dollar,
holy tct».t>en death and the twanrrec- earth ns it was, and tlie Spirit shall ro-
my yut\ng frieud, must be made the |
tiou, which, I -adiuit, would be very turn uuui Qod wbo GAVE it."—Ecel.
.money with which
purchase your fit-
good doctrine, providing only that the xii; 7. But how did lie give the spirit ?
Bible tautUst it. But I deny that there'. By
is one word to this effect jn the Bible; ' is to be saved in Hbavetx from the
Of the first edition of Cervantes'
but there Is anieli to the contrary.
I simple fact that Gori created it, then it
‘‘Qiiijote,” only, two copies fkist in
“ They that have *>ae evil (shall follow's that all the beasts of the field, Madrid—one an the library of the Span
lu Qje resurectian of eon- trials of tins air. d»h of the M^.auri the ish Academy; the other in the JIational.
deinkiriin.’’ “Mau} of them that sleep serpents that hiss in- the ruin, will be
People should neveX-dptcrpret max
1 in tlie dust of the eaytix.-shall awake, aived iq Heaven. If the spirit is a part
yeme'tS crerlaaurig tife and some to-j-of God because be created it, then all- ima too literally. To “speed the part
ing guest” it is not necessary To 'kick
hlutrne •ml everlasting contempt. >^.-k-riiiugs which he created are imrts at
John v, 28:—Dsn. xii. 2.
a A a ’
HELENA,' : : : : :
In King A Gillette’« Block, fiain Street. 7=’'
(X7* Partículas altenliq, given to ixnuauraion
aolob. Storage solicited.
•_ . \
The rolling prairie on whfjb it ia aituated U
bounded by tiirfber, bordered with a aerraled
fringe of towering firs, marking the course ol
the Luckimute, four miles south: the Wil-
lametta, two milea east, and the Lacreole, six
mil*, north ; while the oak hills, with their dense
foliage, rise, one above another, in aolomn
grantleur, to the mpin range, in full view, twenty
miles distant. Tlie Cascade range, too, rising
frfim the valley to the .’east, stretches away for
eighty or cuo hundred miles to the snow-clad
summits of Mounts Tlodd, Jefferson, and the
“ Three Butera”—all in lair view from the Col
Front Street, one Door South of Pott Office.
’ ' . «
COOKINO, BOX AND PARLOR STOVES,
TINWARE ; COITEIi. BB a H8
.„AND IRON WIRE,
etc., conbtaully ott hand.
For the Session of
Silver - Steel Plows.
MILK-PANS AND DIPPERS,
LARD AND BUTTER CANS,
A GREAT TAB ETY OF OEM r PAN».
Prunsod Pattiee for Tarts, Cooking-epoona. Egg
Beaters. Porcelain .Htew Pots, for Fruit,
Broiling Fixture« oT Improved Pattern,
Rolling Pina, Ac., Ac.Afrc.
Which I offer for sale at prices tliat will iuatify
purchiuer« to p.
pafrnnixe llie.iwther K than Salem or
[G*- Special attention will lie given to
T." B. NEWMAN.
Dello, Feb. J, 1871.
Door & Sash Factory.
------ AND —
to Or der I!
|t ! !
or Yearn I have Mcarrhrtl ftor a Remedy
CURE yotir children by remov
F ing that the will
oause, and at but I
nay “ Eureka.”
" a .
P. H. D. MURPHY.
THE ABOYE AND MANY
can be found ai
A LL thing«
. COMMERCIAL STREET,
B oots ,
cheaper and better than
ever. Make- a HPECIALTY of Hhoe«.
MAIN HTREET, i. : : : MOORE’S ÇOBNER.
H. KUHN & CO.
-, - ' -
Who lias the beet selected stock of goods in
his line to be found in-Salem, and will k !1 both
st Wholesale and Retail .at prices that will My
I-JoOt and Shoe XCalcer
MONMofcrH - -
- - - OREGON
c L othixg , groceries ,
DM ESS GOODS, TH1MMIJHGB,
, Spokes, Bent Rims. Shafts, Poles, Bolts. Ac.
BOOTH AND SHOES.
B>” Farmers wiH find it to their advantage
to call and examine our stock. AU kinds of
Produce taken, and a Fair Price paid.
COX & EARHART,
1EORGE KRAMER, haring built anew and
■ cominoiliouB rtiw*p at thu noutheaMt corner
jk of the Public bquare in Monmouth, ia
ready to do, at abort notice, and in good
\Jr atvle. all work in bin line. Thankful to
hitefrienda for • former patronage, he eo-
icitR a continuance of the name.
■ . • ■
Door í Sash Factory.
AND DEALER8 IN
AL. P. OWEN,
very style O f doom made to or -
dor, on abort notice.
HASH, with or without lights, to nuit custom
Main HrWr.'tfllc door wnth of Post OlBr.-
Bt a lady who. thoronghlv under
stand« tbi» iiajratment of a genteel odneation.
Monmouth: October, Sih, 1870.
Garden Shrubbery & Grape Vines
INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he is still st the Old Stand
roaring, ready Io do all
in bis line -eanecAallv
ing, and sharpening plows
ironing and repairing wagon., shoeing horses,
and whatever else can be done in iron or steel.
Terras, poalUvel» Cash er Prodwes.
AT NURSERY RATE«,
G R O CB n 1 K »,
Wnllinga, I^cwelling« 4» Millaitt’a
And is ready to 011 orders at short notice.
And aU Finds of
Thu is a pleasant antacid, and, in large dose»,
laxative; in amalf'd&ea. an as tn tigeo I medicine.
It is exceedingly useful in all bowel aflectiona.
especially of Children. It ia a wife, cert««» and
oflectnal' remedy for Cholic, D uut I kb . Clraiera
He feels confident that he can give general
Morbus, Hummer Cotnplaint, Griping Pain,
Mtisfaction to all wbo may fkvor bhn with ther
Sour Stomach,. Coetivenes , Wiud on tlie Stom
ach, Crying and Fretting of Children, -to*.
Teething, tliere is nothing equate*. It »often«
tile G*m«. and render» te*ilnng easy.
Thia ia uotltftnbngniedu'ine, gotten np ip «ell,
. Gt. 'W’-AJEdUXBO-GL, CEORCE H. CHANCE
but a really vflhable preparation, having been
in use »everal years, it recommend» itedf.
Cora.r Frwtt a ad Aider Street«,
Do not give jour children the '• Scotliing Syr- :
npl.-tnr tlssy stupefy nd thou t doing any rar
■ ia VTNO SECURED THE SERVICES OF
my t .
maiient g.xd. The ■; CORDIAL io prepared by --
— a rtswr clahs workman,
rev, nii.asi, w
oouusctton with Ida
„ _ ...
__ _ ___________ __
B<M and J_L
fttOX tlOUB O« Printing rawl4wllmi.nl, to manafiwter
ll dental operations per / örm -
■ owmovth . O' an.
zrv.» I in » supgrtar style, st the
■ b n a »uVEaKra kawiob st ttii» oflica.
For Sale by *H Drnggiate. Tbe trade supplied »tatr'lcet notice, at the
I -WITOUS OXIDE for PAINLEH8 extrsetion.
f.Ai ' LOWEST LIVING RATES.
J Beos»» »Jjoiaiug 2jtoutg< lusi y’* GaUcry.
■ ■. '
Ft M .M
A Blind and Curtain Combined
MATTHEWS A RITCHEY»
Bole Manufoeturers ef
C%aadler’s T’étant AViniow C«rtam.
TTAVING PURCHAS’D THE RIGHT
•ELfor Greffon to mannfoCTnlW and nell
the-BP ìriRtlv caiebniàad Window Curtain'«, w«
would invite the Publk? to inspect qut Htock be-
pry firwt, botoso» Batato» «"d *•“■, Mr
í I * * *D*
EVERY BUE WINDOW GI.A8S FOR SALE.
It IVIII ROHRER
Wax-Work, & Leather-Work,
\VALL-P a PER,
Flour. Mill Feed and Crain.
*feooks &. Stationery,
Instructions on Piano Fotte,
- niAUtB ti—
WITH OR WITHOUT LIGHTS, Tp • i
BY A COMPETENT, TEACHER.
Doors and Siush .Al-
ways on Hand,
Farmer's anil Mi-chanie’s Tool*.
I>URE LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL PUB
1 poses, only. We keep co hssd.
EXTRACTS, etc., etc,
(17* In fact, every thing kept in a Ftrrt-CUts*
Dr tig Store.
AOKNTtt FOR TIIK I KLKBRATRD
Hains’ Genuine Header, improved for
Buckeye Mowers, Reapers and Droppers,
New York Mower and Reaper, Hand
•fid Self rake,
Excelsior Mower, Reaper and Dropper,
Easterly Mower, Reaper and Dropper-
combined. ’ •
Bent's Eagle Reapers,
Buckeye Grain Drills, -
Hamilton A Finlayson’s Broadcast Sow1-
Cahoon's Hand Sower,
Duval's Premium Gang and Sulky
Hamilton’s Premium Snlky Plows,’
Mason's Challenge Gang Plows,
Sweepstakes (California) Gang PloWs,
^i,m. Od 7, lain,
J. M. Campbell.
PROVED to be Hie BEST PLOW in America
- y —
A. D A A. P. Butler
1ST IA W A K A
Coffee and Tea Pots,
- 1870 and 1871:
A AND BOLZ AGENTS FOR THZ CZLZ-
ken of mean« a death in »in, then Christ men; but he is thè especial savior of
-was alumkering iu “tresspas»-» aud in only such as Believe and obey him.
Mnst’’ 'for the context declares Christ to
“ Fear him who is able to destroy
be the “first fruit”' from this death both soul and body in hell.” Mr. Wi-
which ffould be an impossibility if he gle says that this is man who casts into
bad not been in this spiritual death.
hell and that this hell is the Valley of
But I Mit reminded that Bty “strong Hinnom.
(Here’Mr. Wigle denied
point to prove puuislinient after death, having said so. Campbell called Upon
•s that 'God ìb able Jo desGoy both body the audience to decide; which decision
aud seal in hell/” “But,” sky» he “it wus given in favor of Mr. Wigle.).
does nots»y he ‘will/ but that lie is Campbey proceeds: Then it follows, if
'able.' " Sow if Go<l will not pnnish 1 this is not man, that it is God and that
die, death, it follows that Im here this hell is after death, according
tan»lit in the pereon of his son, a false yonr own decision, wtrirh—is the very
hood. to scare ^.oor ignorant mortals, same thing for which I have been con
which in impoMble; for “God cannot ; tending. Mr. W. says that "to destroy”
. ¿ r *
means to annihilate, and I read of a
“And every creaturg which iriiiheav- i class that, “shall be banished witban
en and on the earth, and such as are in everlasting destruction.’’
the sea and under the earth, heard I say openly contradicts the very thing for
ing, blessing and honor, end glory and which he has been contending all day,
power be unto him who aitteth on the which is “the final holiness and happi
throne.”—Rev. v, 18. Every creature ness" of *11.
By this position he
was heard to praise God. This will teaches that all shall not be holy and
prove not only that all men are to be happy, for many shall be snihiiated.
..------saved in Heaven; but that all the beasts I frankly admit that “every knee should
of the field—horse», cows, sheep, gouts, bow, and every tongue sLmild confess”
....... — -»nd- bog*! ; serpents... that “iiiss and Jesus.
Many things thould be done’
crawlf’ fowls of the air; and whatsoever
which are not don*.
“passeth through the |>atbs of the sea-;"
Again: “ We shall all be raised fajn-
” Slid.RTTThe devils in Kell, for they are" corruption.”
But what “w$ all?"
creatures Also.- , .
Paul shall answer: “Now I say, breth
But these."heard I "*ying, bleastog
ren.” Then the “we” that shall rise in
and Lonor, glory and power,” tc? Ah!
incorrnption is limited to Christians.
they could speak good Uhgnage, those
My liouorable friend stands in the ,
creature» that were praising G.d which
same position in which Satan stood in
could be nnderstood by John, which
the Garden of Eden. God said if yon
proves that they were men.
disobey my law "yon shall die.” Satan
crealuri then is confined to mankind,
said, “you »ball not die.” God says,
u and It cannot‘be demonstrated that one
“yon shall die.” Mr. Wigle says, “you
"in a thousand will be saved. Paul tea-
I «ball not diet,”
, titìe» to ths GoBomdous that tue gmqæl
So sure as the heavens continue, so
had been preached “to aver^ creature,
ittire will many come forth to the resnj-
_ whereof, (to Whom) I, Éanï, am a min
-rection of banishment from ths pres
ence of God and thè glory of hie
«' This cmluaced only those who lived
power, forever. . f
at that time and 'bòi the million* who . Tims expired.
J. B. M. I
Iîrêâ betor«^ that Umev and. thoae who
. [7b bt Continued.]
have livW rift eg, ’ Tints yon will „•
tiret -etoty •TMture” I» Untiled to man
Why will folks pay so much for rent
whan they can get a house-maM for f.
revwr that my three or tour dollar* *
Books ai?d Tracts;
TIN AND STOVE STORE,
IB C e MTUAL, A c CTMIBLE
B eautiful .
and died in sit., ami consequently mis
in connection with tliis it is contend-
er, and vince he is unchangeable .,we-
canrwt prestile hu^WtiWing» »nd gtit
Letter al ;he^.Miir. -'ion, and make all ; ruan; which we admit for the Bake of
I irguuieut. Wicksd men are enemies tx>
men “pine and holy. ’ .
I*,!' TUT PWmSTHX’ llRliFR
r*VHE IIFTH SESSION OF CHRISTIAN
I ¿lain.'"”" Love your enemies.” There
Or THE CHRISTIAN ORDER.
1 ,.,1IIeg0 wln ope„ <H)
••■tur ns in Adum ull die, even so in
fore shall all «ricked ui<u be ddfftroyed I
day) of Septemlmr, 1870, and close on Weilue»-
CUlist shall ull lsi insole-alive.’’ I am
u-v .1- xl.
VI I _L Jt*iday before the third SuiKlayin June.. 1871. __
rgmindwl by my opponent-Uiat all will ‘ at the r.e-nrree 1 ten. All righteous, .num.
arc eneuijaa to wicked men. j tGulu Y’
.4 . . be risiwb-led holy jn Christ, from the
OREGON, ! The Session will consutof two terms of twenty
*11 the righteous a will
..fact that.the death here spoken of is .a l'lairefore
j week. each, with iui intermediate exatninatiou
sti oyed at the EMtir rec tian, aa4_ hence 1
' and renewing of the classes at the end of the
■ death in.sin
ihg Book« and Trarta of the Christian order. first term.
y pu have universal damu&tion'iustead of B<mk,of any kind that-can be obtained will be
Hi -’t. Twill give thè,correct rending
! furnished**! living rate«, on short notice.
of the U-xi ami l/.en explode ull/tbc Uni-'
. J. M. SMITH,
Ent still more, God is the enemy of . Jan. 28. ltitf
veraalism there-lain it, which is uqne
. * •
tnan—“ But they rebelled aud vexed his
Tuition per Term:
holy spirit, therefore be was turned to
• • For as by Adam ail die, evep so by
be their enemy.”^-Isa, lxiii, 10.. If all |
B. X. TOVio.
J. BABBQWtS Primary DejMrtment—Orthography,
-Christ all shall fie iqude alive." ' As all
eueluiea to man aye to be destroyed’at ;
Reading kitrnea, Practical Antlf-
by .Ulaxiio aiu go do»n to tha grave, the resurrection, theh, after the resjir- '
BLAIN, YOUNG te CO •« -<
me tic...................... .............. . , < y* . ’ >9 00
even an aliiall they come forth'in
' rectiou and throughout, the boundless i
Preparatory Department — Algebra,
i cycles of eternity, there will be- no
Geology, Botany, Zoology, Astron
Dry-Good«. ^frorerle«. Boot., Iho... fClr.
the-’ obedi-iKe” of'tue Second Adam.
omy, English Conipoeilion, Latin
' God III
Notice the, words “even so.” If a man
Agent* for all kinds oi'kgricnltuntf Imple
and Greek Grammars and Read
“ No created thing shall be able to
dies in sip and pollution, dishonor uud
....... ........... .
ments and Sewing Mcchines. Will aoll low for
■ separate UB from the love of God;” Cash or Preface.
BLAIN. YOUNG A CO.
•baine, “even so" kligll he.be resurrect1
Collegiate Department—Full College
But who is meant by’."us?” Theapos-
Tuition strictly'in silvano», ss follows;
For ton weelu. or hall tsriu, must be | aid on
entering the Solinotrand like payment,, to I k
mads at the commencement of each half term
to the close of the Hcsstiiu.
B.MU-.J can hrhsd in private families al from
»2.50 ui£3.50 per week:
. nil afè made spiritually
Concerning what is the Apiwtle
MON.UOCTH. i i i i i I OIipUOM.
him ■ for food ' atui
talking? I hr resurrect iou of fhu body, upon
; ----- DEALERS IN-----
»nd Dot thè resurrection Of the spiriti meut, but for the very air we breathe.
frani the dead. If the death fiere spo In tiri» sense God is -the savior of all
, f. .
jT. Cunningham & Co.
Auction and Commission Dealers
HE LOCATION OF THE COL-
» W. a.
BOOKER * ROBERTS,
I —I Cor. xv, 2ti..
. .9 .«.
The lofty range nnmedistelv west, break« the
iea-breexe, and givoe, in tliia locality, only a
gentle wind from ilie north or south. With a
genial and bracing climate, a fertile eoil, a popti-
lalivu flulinguished fur. indue Uy and moral
Philadelphia 111^1,1 MX l^iupnfacturiug worth—and removed front, tlie divereiona and.
establishments of all kinds,*which give temptation« of a city—the eumniqdings are all
employment to 120,000 nien, wonaep-and. n-oatfovorable for health, vjrtne, and proffeimey
in evorr departuieflt of study.
T'l,e College is under the care of a Board of
The Prussian Government lately gave -Trustees, who will (ipaae no pun» to make it
$50,000 to a Berlin cook for his secret EQUAL TO THE DEMANDS OF THE AGE
The Meuibere of th- Faculty are conijijtent. en
making peae-pudding sausages that
ergetic, and devoted to tlie Cause of Education.
uot turn sour.
The announcement for the Seesiou of 1870-71
is ee follow»....... „____
There are 90,000shoemakers In Penn-
up of his creatures !'!!
What a sys
This does uot look hke all shall come j
tem III 1 cannot itoe ho w such a doc
forth in the great resurrection “pure l
trine could have found lodgmeut in any
man's craniuru. The creator must have
•'/u God lheie is no variableness,
existed before any of his creatures, oth
neither a ehmlow of turning.” This we
erwise he could not have created them,
adii.it as, 1.« mg ’. ue. lii.ru the day that
l or if it could have been otherwise we
Adam lull, in the garden of Keen, till
| might conclude that the creation made
tbo’ir. seid. dai sin and wickedness has
the creator, and th\i$. the ereatiou iteelf
»bolludvd, nolwiltTstunding God is not
' became the- creator.
. williiig thutbueh should be tho càse.
How does such a system agree with
■■ t.v.^1 is j.j-t as good now as hewviH be ♦»
titd H ord, whirl» saith, “God ie spirit."
all ' X't fity Im Io'is utichatiguble uud
Thoxa-AfO but twenty-six cubic feet
“-He must reign till he hath put
. he has been just
all enemies under his feet.” "The last of gold'in the world.
su-, wickedness .aidcrime to go ou eón-
tr.iry to 1;. w>|i- Thousands have lived euemy that shall be destroyed is de>th."
A tì VßlWTSF-MtXTtT
MON MOÛT». ADVEKTISEMF.NT8.
Matthew* * Rlteteey.