T, . < • » JI « f—■ r * . * -' • »A ' X ’ j » Xr 4# J? ?t‘* -— I * f X. T c. ■/ -«- c 1’ . ♦ i J a » ' 7’ Y. -7 Ï 1 ■ • * Ì i' % I? -r“- Y A' . ' t ■ ' i* ♦ • , ____ __ ~ " e' ' ■ ? ? 4- * * < •' ’ -i. IX.. r -X- Ai Jük s » • X3 1. vol . 7 t y ~s - .'--rv-;:-. ‘ : TÍ / > . ' . «» • • 4 * 7 ' M 4~* xv ; « .■..> ■' ♦ ' IS*I. NO; 37. <* < «bátete The Weekly Christian Messenger ta/ L__ ♦ y, », .- ♦ ; L.lù'-p*'- » 'È r > -à... - A “Peace on Earth—Good Will among Men." MONMOl TH. OREGON: S-VTl RDA Y. .H NE -’ I. I Ltavitfoon, Eta —S— C HRISTI \X ( OELIÇUp;. ting doubt on many of the raptures and > i lawless enthusiasms of modern reviva^r'' i D^vidîton, Alice .... 1 . Th« following list contains the name Dycita, ElNki ..... As a people, Che Disciples have un- 1 n8 heading to the rejection of the iicri^i- X a and rAidence of each and every.stu Davidson, Mary ■■> . T, r: ( AMI’HELL, Peona. ■ 3 BY» R. p. rEfiglVAU qnestionnbly taken true groun'd, in de turea, tares, and aud involying their subjects in (n dent wllo has entered Christian Collegl-. Elliott, Alice. . . Monmouth.. Editor and Pntotl.hor. there ia danger of daring the uecessit.v yf going back, ot • rn'iious delusions, is The feartb i« green, each beau terms w*ene, I fsonTthe 5th of Septembfr, 1870, to the Forrest, Viletha Office under 0ood Templar's Hall, Monmouth. all parties ¿nd church oneds, to thé swaying off into a. semi-rationalism, Now-M ixi A thee oh to bliss; Fletcher, Mariam» present daty: , ■ y ’ And Beauty’s smile's1 and Pletenies wiles, original atoi'titiij and .in utter for bhichin its heartlessness anibbarrenness Fleh her, Ljdia’ MALES. TERMS—IN ADVANCE : . Keein beckoning thee to kbs. getfulness of the: œntentions and ' rival j is scarcely less to be.deplcfrtd than the .... Altauy Adkins, J. I’... .Eugene City, Oregon. Htwlrukaon. Majy ^One Cöpy for one y«ar -~r-............ >14,00 ries of oppoâ^g jBects, seeking to learp extreme out of which, it has grown. A « The qlear blue xky encirrirm high, s«** Jone«* Marrh*. Bota. Adkins,'. Willard BegOmined witb many a ritar.; V the religion of Jesus as it was taught by shallow and edneeited philosophy, when z .. Jackson, MaryM? ... ï . Albany. Adkins, Jason... “ V ' ! And morn so bngjxt, glides thr«mgh tlie night. flu» inspired apostles, “ beginning at Je allowed to take the place of plain ricrip- ADVKKTI8INO ’BATES : < í Lewi«, Ollie...... V mmm MA i . -Adkins, Coryden " — • Like pale' enamelled car. ‘ •J For 3 mix 8 mos. 9 nm».' ■ i yrrt I.ew.i«^ Eta rusalem. ” To ascend alxive and lx4yondk »••H* teaching soon makes hopdews fodls $ » . .. '* * * 5 - » 7 50 Vaivi. Dixie..! Xfindiwy, Emma The goldeiu- 'ami JI ... ,nd‘s aLta— • ■ 3 victims, and is terribly, effective in ' Haskett, W. Ai J U.« .. <Tddy ti id -I'annltnoiw streiuw? 1» lw vs . H column ’ ^ul''o,r. Sloumonth, Eat-irH, Susan ’ilO I Await but thy strong4.arm;. Column . 18 ' '^8' 24 : o( religions life junl eceksiastical histo J’lfieiichitiTf the spirit of devotion. ' -LurhP, Kate 26 — H* cektwwi -60 40 - ■ 55 | TIie-workFe do«p I br a—exlHbusUewrih*re“-- ■) ry t’oxtlib originrilj'oùntain uf inspiration TfT'may"venture -farther ItfiuggeiL ' ............. ... 34 * 65 90 Larne. Viola - d ______ oolhinn . Peona. ■ Holds forth to thee its charm. The usual eoinnuasion allowed to Advertising and of life, nnd rtneiv^ from that foun ting "hints to the wise/’ I will ft»v tl^f ' 1 Monmouth. ' Agent» oil above rate». • — — . , Brdwell, Geo . . t/NortirYamhill. Moran, Ellen Fame’s temple, proud invades the clond, tain the crystal wa^rs of salvation, is among our present needs, the following T, . . . , Ke ' „ . > “ Mptun. LneV Its portaltrope for thee; ,, t . ,.... ■ . - ” • 6 Buckingham, Thos...... “ “ TBANsrBNT ADVEBTISEMENTS: indeed a just an<Vsr noblq enterprise. i demand special attention. ........ .. „ »? , ; Murphy, Dona ' . And many a i>atb, thru’ love and' wrath,“ Per biliare, (13 lines, or less)', for , ,,, ,>Eean, Iioliert ■ . Eugene City. Murphy. Cora - I hat much has been d<)qe t/>wards real » first íntórpon. ......... . MS9+ t . ' Leads to celebrity. ■. 1. lhe preaching of Christ crncified, Rusbhell G. A.» ' ' “ ' • • Fbr each »ulxssjuent in«erdon................. --------- ÆIÎMMIY. izing this great object^may, we think, ; j so as to enthr one Him in th e h e ii,ts «¡7~~ ' ’’' : 1 , i'uu.ua—MaHnxLa — ■ . vain, a re th es e; n o e ar»hhr joy;------- Campbell, Prines .^fonmonth, Bohrer. Mary *- . without vain b<^stin^^be tr uly affirni- Mon mouth Advertising, and all other blisiiicss in this of nieil in Supreme dominion. This is Nor>l?iarnitig’s store,* nor fame. fice, will lx? donc on the (’ pin basis. Currency Bohrtaf, Alice»». «•.. . . ed. We iHè well d that thè re- I f befter than theories MI t.fWI bet.. ; ' Campbell, .Albert .. * • (,’an quench the firesate flip dtfeire, of COU¥ conversion •. will be taken at* the usual discount. 4 ligioua wwidjit, largg i» daily filing 'ter that a lirave tilt at C^lviniam Campbell,.Frank.. . • Shirley.-Flora That wastes thv fevered frame. Advertising must be paid for in advance, un- or any ltta credit it given b\ »pecial agreerueut. . x Stunip. Mary. ‘ ClïufcljiiP Alvah' ' the force of thin plea fbr a Return to“ other i«m. ’ Not all of earth, of present birtli— i titUiap, C abb ie....... Crosley, Eli \ primitive Chrisflanity; and thafc even No^»lace on Faille’£’long roll: * Shefron. Martha 1'1 »1 ' -• n'reatly increased diligencO'in "Croslev AL1.J1 McM invili*. > - Cafi- bilLtfo»quest -the deep unrest, wh le «n'posmgthê 0H.osmg.the pha, plea, ^ey nisen- lh th^tU(ly of the H<) H„ Jy ly Scripture^-witb- Seriptur€„ Wltb. g ’ whjle Hey are are.in.aen- tu(lyo/ cSilLvÎ'il. H” “■ Strong^ S^rah - Monmouth *. That agitate* thy soul. .M r »« K a,xr..st 1.'l11,u'11.,'e ‘V -Ute out spovtacles; evbuot Ihemo.« nuaterfi ('uU,n,, trùths’ aii.l aud principles p7i^i?les'which have ’ been ¿een ; Went Chehalem. truths which have . . ■ Lulling, Sa.,;-..... irs . AB earthk* dreaffis—alTearthly Mruim,-. .1 [, Tateni. Ellen — ix, Koi*- evolva.1 in thy course’ of the’controver- U“I,1''r‘? . . ; -. _ , Cainput?u, Campbell, James auuie« . . . HÜW»w»ngh. „Tateni. Alice Agents for Christian Messenger. ni-H kjliv de&p tliiiht. • • » t 3. A deeper ftisigljt. into the spiritual ^Childers, Sics of the -a half century. Among the ? “ P ‘ ; «12^ ’ >^Çhilders, Ben . . Franklin. Each tempting fruit, from earthly rtx>t. Tatem. Ma) \ ’'H ’ “ . Is naught but rimileB iMXAirscd. a. iwcoihpiiSljei, »..Z with - : Sck, Oregon. Wcjol, Vk lu . ehlft more er B loss , attractions of the Gospel -such as-shall Craig, Wm. B The following gentlemen are authorized to act Monmouth. . ......................................... I??. learn ns to seek after the “communion C'hurclnll, Thos. A Harrisburg t Whitman. Huhja -as.Agents for the M esaenoeb : Tf W liatofoihoe <»n. to GkfcLw hudrthrone..— - suocesa, we may mention: of the Roly Spirit," which is the 6ge- ’ . Monmauth !’ . Thro’ Jetotfk Christ, out* Lortk W-.-B eyt-Th, V *Mnna *■ Montana» . * ” , 1 l he. practical re-assertion of thd tiiste'nf heave only bhM-the '^uuiing. Lb^ca^ Trank. . . . • Su slialt thou find sweet peace of mtttd, W. K. Roi-A ta; Helena.- Montana Territory v N«>. ♦»! ftiititr* . .. . .*. ; . .dl-8ijffieiency of the Bible a rule «4 of->verlasnng Nc/g-Z/f feinxlr» As pfomise<riirih^W*rd. * San Prune!»<<». 52 ; life—tM “earuest of the Doughty, John - “ Liitli au.l ... piiu-(ii-i-. / .pui.cbased: |,[ll, |1.1„.d yo«se«awn.'?. ¡„ - . .... ----------- D im gh ty ’ Oha r l e s ~ 1 -JL~ C. Viscnrr. Broker, 320 California st., |s our * them, welcome xwoet. tl^y steps xhafl greet} TotsT«- -j, * 141 only autlw4«xl Ag^nf iirBan Franrixco.^ *. (, And <leSp7undyliiVfo\ - - - ' . Setting forth the New Testament as L A mote cheerful, and elevated and EUjott 1 M a a ■ * Ongoii. Coldness, disdain, envy and pairf, " containing the New. Covenant,*witli all fervent piety—a life of prayer and pn^iae plains’'James ‘ ” t V Mai Orog Shop. -■ Are banished from above. J. B. Churchill .’. Independence its instructions, .provisions and obliga- of grateful love'aud adoration?' i. »«. ./• - ’ ,, ■ Heir with me; witne»»,if I exonerate B-rif/en J«/»’ John Bounds Starr's Poi^t, Lane County trous, iij pppositian • to the imperfect •> A more, complete conquest of tire, May 2Htb, H7|. \ - <• K'waiMn». .. ......... Amity, Ykmhiil County when I say*, that the conntïy is becôm- T. innl preparatOrr teachings^and require--pride and selfishness of the world—so 1 e“t,,n' "pi McMinvilfo. .. . ’Hakm, Marion “ *! Charles' Woods ing one \a*t grog shop, to which Half a ; W< nts of the Old Testamëflt economies, as in humility amf s.-lf denial, to devote 1 orr, s L I isicis* Metrtwnrth Win. Dawson "McMinville, Yamhill “ Ti inmplH ah.l Perih of th.- Hrfertiistiou^ riiiiiniuiiii'lni 1 i_. faith jn ourwTves to' the b^ievolent and phu Goo,'!‘""- '-“"s . ‘1cio, Oregon. miliioli of its youth ate yearly, ihtro- ----- »p. B.*Newman . . Dallas, Polk. ducc-il-.’ amtover wliose threshold sixty W. A. Whitman" ........... L'niatilla " WALK« H k >L t JEICI th" Si": "-f (h d.nnd obedience to him lauthropieaims of th" Christian Tifr. A i'1'-'1 "■ I ■ -id-. . I, > \ i»tn. th.-nsuud are annually carted to a drunk- . Jackson ,r~ * JWm. Murphy. . . as ttreYragîXûf. tâiristkm ’■brotherhood daaporzympathy with suffering bit man- Hendiidjion, Omer Albany.* urd'- ¡grave. The streets of our cities Dr. Z. Davis Buena Vista, Polk lhe..ciui»uan gmT-farr..w uh.-.. ia m J Ü4 M ?~ .. JFroui , ., , , atanduol.1 . and fellowship, in opposition to human HiV 'I? — — AHefc Such »« |is gift wiTl 'I lead us Tn'»KaHendrickson, in the foot! David Lewis .. . Xewisvilie,. Polk écho with the shopts and'-saths of —-ü'-- “ ... . opinions and .theologliMl spirenlations, . stepsyif Christ, to labor-for the world s HacktenTiwi. T. 1’ ' Tillamof.k. “ r- . , ». D. Powell drunken revelers,- from whom society , who have Studied the genius, Spirit and' Tina Dalles, Oregon. • Troy Shelly, . -« •Hutchinson, James B Monmouth,* «-ofc-pi+He.-tiou through police re|fnla- ........... *J" which cixihVonly be tire basis of sects, redemption. practical workings of primitive ’Cln isti?., ....... Corvallis N. P. Briggs. TTnteliinsoi: Rola-rt , w »».i'and. , lions.. . And within hovel and mansion add luusl dways be the fruitful sources. ' A lqfty ■ attachment fo rig’i'.v -’i- unity, tha^tbe present Condition of even Harrisburg, J. M. Smith. f*r*^s £■ 4 t'' »¥*.<* I»« li^e. a .'Jg uaLi-.fr|. ■“ ■ M.-^-mi “—'T' ’ic,'n<a 1 — ' ' “* * “Vr.wty mr;r*t — j ojr Brownsville. Di. W. H. JionlaniT. «Yuplification of truth uml justice a ’liv- Ireland, Selly. Mpnihouth. physical fear or soeiul pride, is heard 4. Proclaiming the essential sinfiil- J. W. Shelton NprQi. YainfilU, i.. '•> -ties to sad departures from the original iuy condeiunatiou.oi .al l i i ij u s t i ee, '>P*K -jrttnr ^n,-Stl l »ilg r . . Gumascns. ’ ’«onnds 7>f insane violence an<T wailing. — All C h ristian P r e aehr-r* in Oregon. .California— inod el-s 4 o ti timt-rotis and grievous rnr- • ness et sectarianism—4ha_ evils of .seo- prcHsioQ afol t'kteett .. .. • and Washington. Territory -are requested to act rnptiontjjof the pure religion of Jcsns. tarian organizattonsfviid creeds; endlhe . Cottage Gr'ovë. M hitt river is there along our coasts, « . , 1 r . l \ Knox, Horace «. A more vital faith in G<x1. which .. absolute necessity* of a return to the as Agonta for tlx? CHiinrri an M kkhenueb , to re what harb.or. nptùn»wh<x«i. hliores a city While.thh Lord evidently.has a people enable us to throw Onmdvri sub-’ ' r , , . ceive »nd receipt for H.uhHcrip>ionH_and forward .eatliolic. unity ottiic primitive t-hu'rA. — wilt stands, whose jiatern have not dosa.l . . y~ ? “ T~ ' --------- 7 ' ■: ------------ J ----------------------- --- ? “ ■ «VH'-k lHD li , A l -x r- : r- — . - H*Il tfo D 0 0 t 4n tlieowvrUi, -th—y-a r e seatteri-rf—pcrlcrf the names. strong arm for support ,. .. ; „, , inprder to the converanjiTortlie world. lunely on his , > .1 hyn.ni.stpu, Edward. ..leona, Oregon, over the-bodies of those, who, victims to and broken. They'are fpiind. if not in ami uo our duty, leaving the consetjuen.- ■ / - ■ this traffic, were flung by violent bands ">. The restoration to their origTtial | the very city, at least .in many of the ces in his handsv * LuFa-s -fay Monmouth. from pier-to bridg ,^ir tuadiy beneath provinces of Babylbfi. Many that position and import, of divine ordi ; Such, in our humble view,' are. .some Lucas, Albert . h' ‘.... ' .. . .. il their surface found forgetfulness of nances, which bad either fallen into ; started for Jerusalem, grew ut'ary oil . of the successes, pefils ami wants of the Murphy, Albert’ . . Monniouth. woes or .wretcht’dnesS too £reat to be the journey, and settled dowiivat vari -desuetude, or lCSVthcir original means present reformation, which have beerf . . . ’• " '. 1 Mnrphy, Seth lejrne ? ing. ' __ _ ous, distances from the metropolis, still suggested during these "Walks about McBride “ , Geo 'St. Helens. Tlio faithful translation into Engs.: AVithin the darkness of-dungeon», Notary Public & Attorney at law within reach of the meretricious chip-ins lish G. iiMJie McMurray, Z. S , EugeuelCitj’. apd along our highways, may be seen original Scripture.«, so as to Jerusalem." HZ" Buiiine« from a dtataued. promptly at of the Mother of Harlols; affil traffick We affectionately urge on 'our breth McMurray, J; S . Eugene City. wrecks of former beauty and manhood,, tended l<5. Oftpr. In the Court Hou»e, ing in many of her u^rcs.* Many more, ufl.id the acknowledged errors and Iiallaa, Oregon. Itf. ren everywhere, a more minute and Moore, Win _„w Eugene City. wrought bv this traffic; and now and faults of King James' version, and in hastening Qoin Babylon, run jia^t Mfitney^ C. -S . Lake City, (’«]. TIieD' one, as a miracl'e, after long years, etiablc the multitude YifThiglisli of English readers attention tn to the Jei^isalem Jirraw the mTlfttturle readers prayerful attention Jerusalem. And Still others, while re eiiabld to avail .themselves of all ihe benefits of and the Jerusalem church, if J, LINSEY HILL, M D . Nichols, Matthew Monmdnth. of "misery and debasement, rescued turning to Jerusalem, have giwwn dis- we were to name one class, above all Physician and Surgeon, ’ • • 1 therefrom, lifts up his voice in public, Nichols,-Geo cotiraged, ere the temple was.rebuilt, the progress made in sacred literature lib'F-NA V1HTA ! ! '• </• ORF>M»N or the walls re established, and suffer- and criticism for the lam-two Ce.^jiriek others, to which this study would be- a Nk'hols, John... and makes ipen stand aghast with the Bntwe are far from’ tlrinkihg-Unit benefit, we wduld designate out - uh >j Osbotue, F. M Formerly practiced with IL C. Hill, M. I),, [ ing the work of restoration—to—tail in Damascus. recital of his- wo«*» sml degredation.■- •jire/tchers, who are just coming onto the Albany. JUt tjnSSUtuL Methodud,. their hands, have settled down among there has been eomplete’success in this stage of action, and sha'piug their views Paul, G. M Sci^ljegoil. effort to restore primitive Christianity» the people of Ashdod, Ammon and - . . ■ . and plans of efforts for a life time. We Paul, Samuel. . , C ocktbsy .—Perhaps no grace of man JNO. J. DALY, *|. Albany. Moab, and formed alliances contrary to There has not been sufficient time to al feel like exhorting them to study long, Powell, James’ . ner is Trr.rc to be desired aud so much low of if 'There are some ^things yet to ATTOBMEÏ-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC the law of God. Without entering at earnestly and prayerfnlly, tire import l^weil, John —r .'. t > be admired as "gennine courtesy. It Buena Virta. ; : : : : Polk County. I large into the mournful-details- Of the be learned; uOw bearings to be seen in of that phrase—"beginning at Jerusa Powell, Perry............. • costs so little aud yields such true 9,rl truths already acknowledged; jnimh of .** • corruptions of the-original Gospel, wp lem." If they can go forth clothed with Powell, Ira C........ pleasure. Courtesy in speaking, writ would say that amidsj many, bright fea tint vitalizing energy of the acknowl the simplicity, humility, single-min Rohrer, Chas ..... . M on month. ’ ing and in talking is to be observed by edged principles of this reformation vet tures of Reformation, in the various Pro X. I.. BUTLER. Hillsborough. 1 every Christian, at least The Savior dedness and spiritnalitv of apostolig Richardson, Peter U ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. testant. movements,- which we desire to'bs realized; and many dangers, atten times, to preach Jesus Christ, lovingly Richardson, Newtop Bethel, never neglected the » claims of other«.. dant on the movement, to be guarded i fully to appreciate, there have still been4 «• and bravely, and guide anxious sinners Richardson, Jas ..;. Dalia« - . - - - - - Oregon He could rfo into retiraey or’come lie- , • 2:tf. many serious errors and failures. For against. 1 ■ buck to that original fountain of mercy, Shirley, N. Turner. Monmouth. fore the multitude in the most inimita Among these dangers, we mav be al many of these there may be apologies f .under the outspread wings of divine Shirley, Miller. ... _ , ble manner. Preachers gain much by « ■■....... . C „----- si 1 - .1 and extenuations. But our business, at lowed to mention some, which we think protection, to drink in the peace and- T. A. XeBRIDE, a contteons mkpnef. Very little is “Shirley, Perty I ; present, is not with these. *Among w^ see looming up with rather threat joy of pardoning love, anil to receive Attorney-at-Law, gained by curtness, smartness of man Smith, W. J. . I these errors and corruptions, wj note , ening asi>ect. G -tifc»-Mpirit of God into a'pnrified nature; - Stump, J. S.. '...'. ner', f 'especially . towards a brother OFFICE IN THE COURT HOUSE, 1. In rejecting the theories which have the following: The substitution and thus prepare them to bring forth Stump. John . 10:tf L afaykttx , Oap^oM. / # preacher. We sometimes fail >in thia so long usurped the place of the Gos • i 1. Of humau leadership for the Lord» all the fruits of righteousness with great Staats, Stephen . . particnlarin making our appointments. pel, there is danger of theorizing 1 ship of Jesuit. , , it * gladness, they will be indeed ca-work- Sihith, G. AV Rushing in upon a preacher and con» W. C, WAR1NNER, M. D.,’ ._.... .' . agaiust theories, until in the end it shall org with God, aud will have unspeak gri'Sation ¿11 of a sudden, and banging 2. Of Sect for the Clnircji of Christ. Eola, Oregon. only prove Ute substitution ot one the Tatum, Wright: 7. . Physician and Surgeon, able joy in the ussnranee that their away whether they think it n JW time or 3. Of human creeds for the Word of ory for another. ' ' Tatum, H. L........... lahors in the I.ord.are not rn vain. not, are to<r?re¥prent. Let 'ue he care» oftBSI, Polk County, dragon. ■God. * 2. In opposing human creeds there is Eugene City. u» We believe that, fur both literal ami Wallaoe, Matthew residence now BetW. <rtf , S fill of the feelings of others, and try to 4. Of speculative philosophy for the danger of erecting Jhe all-sufficient of Moiunduth. Wojverton, Ilriice .. sf>iritual Jerusalem, there awaits have always a true sense of propriety. w- the Scriptures into a dogma; anij of Gospel of Life. • » Wolverton, Chas. E “Be kindly affectionate one toward mistaking this’dogma for Aiat pxofonnd j "A future teeming with triuiuphal aouial». X E. DAT IDSON. M. '< . Wolverton, Otis • ‘ • ■ 1 v JLJJ1 .'ACftuieffiiflnpe.iu.. pMty_cree«lg_ And »bapsuf glory;” » « ' aWther” is one of the sweetest and ten- reverence ” Tor'the work of God", and •• Physician and Surgeon, Wolverton, Albert . * and symbols for faith in Christ. • and none ean labor in vain, who labor derest of the apostolic injunctions;- The that earnest longing after, its teachings, independence, .... Oregon. fi. .Of'dreams, visions ariiF raptures,- wfiieli will lead to the daily devout for the restoration of toe unadulterated Whitman, C. C- 1 desire to cut and run-rough shod over Oct. 15th, 1870. ‘ ’ fi:tf. Gospel that went forth from the ancient Whitman,’ Elijah for Bible precepts and promises. the feelings of others lovely indeed. study and diligent appropriation nf the Whitman, H .Zion. Preachers, of all other- nieh, should 7. Of formalism for cheerful piety. ( divine testimoiiies, »«as to moke them ‘ ’ Willamette Forks. Wilkins, J J.. K. SITES, ■. Ü., look well to their-words and ways among 5. Of rigid and nnprogressive eccle- the food of the son). A eontrdversial J The magistrate, of Savannah, G«., Warriner, Richatd' . . Bethel. their fellows. a. Physician and Surgeon, siasticism for the generous liberty and Clamor about the Bible'if sufficiently, is’ have resolved, that “Jw the future no FrWIL>5. 1>«ir»s, - Oregon. free development ot the primitive not exactly ideutal w ith hungering af . information relative to business in their A. 1 The Germans of San Francisco within r . Moniaopth.. ter the bread of life. Church. courts shall be fnunished to the re- BullGt*. Margar» t d/* Office at his residence. 2:tf. a few months, have aontribnled over ■ e ■** ' Butler, Dilla 3. In renouncing and denouncing ec- 1 portezi of the daily press. '■’ 9. Of pride, pomp and Jashion for «lO.OOO.for the relief ,pf their wounded .- Butler. I. " illn L».« — the simplicity, humility and self-deny clesiastieal tyranny, and eschewing hu 4< Butler. A lira countrymen in Fatherland. J. L. COLLINS, " You say," »aid the Judge to a wit- Bwffitmttin. .Munns AC I 5...... ing benevolence of the early ehnrehea. man control over the conscience, llwj;'' "* ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT £ a W. is danger of preverting the -liberty,q( uaM, ’ "llidt the plaintiff resorted to un We charge not all of thepe departures ^«^Buffingto», Mollie The prïce ôf a Bibje in the tirne of Dallae. „ j . ..................... Oregon. Norih A wnhill. anil corruptions against every sect; but the Go»|>el. ami plunging into disorder* lugouioua um of circumsUuitialevidene; a . BidwoU. Mary _ ______ . Edward T, wa» £37, while the price ot a 0Z" Special attention given to Probate mat we affirm that, looking over the face of and anarchy, Ynutji to the reproach of stato just exactly what you mean by Bidwell, Miliirsd day» labor was three-half-penoe; at thia tóni, Collection», Real Fatate, and general prac- Q ìc I wq H. Barbere . .. / ■* Protestantism, tljere c$n be seen herb the cause of Christ. It is possible to that.” “ Well," Raid the witness, "Uiy Bù i fôï'J, M ib4**’he < o. .......................... _Etn». : iwtr if wowld-take a laborer over fifleetj V and there Rhil everywhere? evidences of raise a cry about eJRfleriastioal assump exact meaning is'that ho lied?' '""f —Î— . --K (’r*w4ey, Ainmaniile.". .. Mqnaiouth. year» to eam a Bible. We cannot tod some or all of those things. The Church , tions until :jt shall become a party eiiurcliill. M r rv highly appréciât» the privilège of cheap ■ - ■ -.V -. ........... ................... The contract for su|Tplying tlic »ta- Clirtrehill. ftireli........... J. Ä. APF1EGATE. of Christ, as such, is not to be seen, i watchword, take the place of argument, liooks. j ;_ • ATTORN«* AND COUNBFJ.LOR AT LAW. BiiLfs*’" sects claim to’ lie anything and answer.M an’excuse for all disorder , tionery reqqired by the Troasury De "Donahty, Grace .. .. Kalania lias four iloctore *n<l thr*4 ... / partment for thé ensning fiscal year a ill Di u^kty, I’aiMiUne Offio« in second .toi y M «>« Court Hon«, more than “branches” of the church; and miA-uIe. 4. Ittrepudiatiug mysticism, and cm - j amount'to J>70,(XM). jOallw. Oregon <4 lawver»; ' 't r .»!.'■ . lmum « and Of tho»e that do claim peculiar !■ « . 5.3 » Publtahgd evsrv Saturday bv C • > / A . »■ I — 7? t ;Jr- ‘ * At ‘. * ' * ■4 * 7 • ■ * ’ • ? a i Poetry T ------ ? bjinofti, nd one will allow the claim of * anotf^Lr. .lemsalem in not yet rebuilt. 1 < * *•■ * 1 Í- % * a- .-’I-? .> ' ‘ sä J' ,..7 * -T L. VINEYARD, I I II . .1—Ä, i. < 4 ESOIM * * r • 4 -7* •v »,’àp f J® » -S’il I Í <■ 1 1' 4 ) « A . ► ■\ _3 4. X ’.«1 , ' • > V A. I ma Í T f'