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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1871)
W ho G ets the W orst op it .—A-
lee», qualified only in part to do their I Ininsfilf .fnlly up to the standard of
pobrly-'<lres»ed boy ptsamug with a bas
whole jdnty to tiro suffering. There, this progressive age.
comes a time in the practice df every
Prof. J. C. Campbell is ultotit fifty, ket of laipries in his hanti, said to me,
.'physician, a time when Learning is at years of age, with an experience of. . "Will yriUjbuy my berries to-day?" *‘I
will take some rtf them,” I said, snd?
Official fain»!- for Folk (’Minty, tiregwn. fault, science fails, and all human effort thirty years in ths aehooPtootn. Front,
is unavailable. The trtan at aoicnCs a . personal aepuairttaned itith Prof. taking his. basktat, stepped into my
should give place tp the ¿man of faith, Campbell we are warranted in saying, house. Seeing that he di<l not follow,
MokMurru: S atviuiai , J tsb 24, ISM.
able to administer that which heals the that as a teacher in the phpsioal sci I said to liini^ “Why d011’* y”” come in
ence snd’Astronomy. as well ae in the and see me measure yowr berries? How
of the soul.
BACCAI a AVKKATE tl»DRESS,TO ÌTHE : maladies
aKADVAI'lNU ILMSOF 1*71.
I ■ The chpietian physician can wield an ¡ department of mathematics, Ite has no t do Vou knoiy that I shall no( take more
oppit ■ no . »4 F ront street ,
over the' spiritual life of a 1 > superiors and few equals. For many than I pay for?" “I am not afraid,"
Y otno G kntubmen and L adibh :— influence
■ PORTLAND, OREGON.
worth more to his fellows veers he presided over a normal achdemy saidiie, “foh you would get the worst,’
Life is divided into the several period« '
i of the bigheot order in the State of of it, if you did.” “How so?” said L
of infancy, youth, manhood and old age. 1
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
“IkcanBe.” said he, “I should lose only PORTLAND, in themost desirable localities, eon-
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¿ ■ Pennsylvania: '
4t1 the first of three the body is feeble, healing
of LOTS, HALF BLOCK« and BLOCKS.
He will bring to the institution a « few berries, bnt you would be a HOUSE«
The political fountain is said to be
tlie mimi a blank. ReceptivitytaMKpWv
and »TORE«; riso,
from its very source. Patriot
terixes every faculty, mental and phys- corrupt
tions and extended experience, joined
IMPROVED FARMS, »nd vriuablè SU'
“I meant to have told yon of that
ical. The development? are guided and ism has degenerated into avarice, spec
with the rare and happy faculty of hole," said a gentleman te hia friend cultivated LANDS, located in ALL parta of the
8. L. FENNEN A CO
Xyatched over by a'inopie qjg lo ve-and a
maintaining perfect discipline through . who was walking with him in hi« gar
lather’s anxious- solicitude. ’In inno- it, in its wild rage for office, has arrayed
AVK OPKNKD AND K»TABLISMBd
that firmness and gentleness which den, and stumbled into a pit full of
REAL ESTATE and other Property pur
a Store and Tin Store »I lite above named
ceucy,'childish glee, and youthful spart» neighbor against neigbor; it has eutered
piatta, with Ahe largest stock of
water. “No matter,” said the friend, throughtml-atoi-STATEH and TER111TO1UEH
you reached the second period and,en- the sacred precincts uf home, and rude
With this faculty, aided by a corps-of "I\e found it7“~'
tered on a course of systematic training,
tutors and primary teachers we will be
the object of which *as^ngive vigor to j This is the doiibli work of iguormice
able to meet the demands of the cdtning
Thia world is a school,.not for the
A-r-tcT Box Stove«
tlie body*and power to the mind.to cope and depravity^ and cklls for redretew.
HOUSES and 8TOBES LEASED, LOANS
session. Our friends have done us the education of a faculty’ but of a man.
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES- Ever 1 brought
with tljeactive duties of life. 1
This is a field in which the political , honor to speak of the pasf session as a
to Polk Acvnnfaw
county. and at reto!
CRIRliONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED ab <1
' ¡ _
Repeated disappointment tells « man a General FINANCIAL snd AGENCY BU8I- tow M anyplace this side of ' ,
This is the period- of education, the economist, who is panoplied with lion- > success. We feel confident,, with the
esty of purpose aud patriotic zeal, may :
by and by that he is in the wrong place.' NESS transacted.
terminus of wjlich we thia day resell.
A yr TO ANTISCO
Through all its gradiftious of primary, e,nter and find poblé" work to do. But - by the Action of the board of
AGENT« ./this O
—Christ-ioriued at once a living con-'
district school, academy »nd college, no OHe hhóiild efcter these infected pre- ’ we will.make the next session
IE« and TOWNS in the
yon •looked to (Athol's for itrstruetion and cineta until he ia thoroughly drilled in interesting. The friends of education nection with God and an , organic con dascrtpltons of FARM PR
same to the above add
assi stance in every branch of learning. truth and virtue, perfectly established may take coh rag» and be glad. The nection with ns.
This day you receive your diplomas in principles of honor, and impregnably future of Christian College is full of
IxptounxMcx, Oaaoow" i
I am more afraid of my own heart
which are bntcerfiflcatcs of competency i fortified against the insiduous power of promise and full of hope.
than of the Fope and all his cardinals.
to assume positions of t<:uclientin tl*. corruption.
I have within me the great pope, self.
-vÀi-ibus (lejiartmtmt- ~uf'active Hfe.ao j The eeeqrions spirit of partisan strife
cial, political, commercial or profession ought to be reproved and restrained, tlie
v al, in whatever Channel you may drfect demagogue exposed, aud the citizen
Dr. Wm. H. Pancoast remarked the
XT" Coi/STBY MUi HAMTH Furnisher! aS the
the current of yoiir labors.
Building l*ots for Sale.
-trained iu the theory and scienoo of other day, after performing painful
Lowsst Wholesale Kates.
SBAtifb FRO RO* A LN
The diseiplinwhmUraining- to which ' government until he rises above that operation on an interesting little girl
Trustee« oT Christian College have
tCf" Tua P itiu . ic are invited to Call and Er-
for sale a number of desirable buiidiog iota
you have been -subjected are the lessons contracted selfishess which denounces whose feet had been ruined by wearing _ Will be received by the Building Committee of
amine BEFORE going elsewhere.
in Monmouth, lixmted convenient tn the
8 L. FENNEB 4 GO,
by which you are hi be guided in gover j every man as a traitor who does not high heeled shoes, "this is the begining
( a.llftge Building. Dimensions of
one hundred loads of sand lot making mortar
by Ht5 ft. price 1
ning and instructing-cithern.
-«think and vqtepi IKe does.
of a large harvest of snch cases." And - for the new Cotte go building. For particulars
N.- B. Tli-L R kfahuxo and Jo» Tou „donar
' You now enter the period of manhexfd
Commerce is calling, for trained ar what else can be expected ? Mothers
apply to the committee.
with Naatneasa aad Dispatch as I am »Piagge al
With chart ’twW compass yon are tizan» ancLeducated leaders, to deepen walk the streets with heels on. their
B- L. F e NNKB. >_
independence,. March 27, 1871.
ready to launch vnt on the great ocean its ciiannelatfid multiply its means of boots from two and a' half to three ami
of business, to etHonter the storms and exchange. The improvement of'rivera a hajf inches high and not more than an
buffet the waves that ntny cqipose jrour J and harbors, the construction of vuseels, inch in diameter, and their daughters
progress in the voyage of life To.reach the building of railroads, and all the follow the same bad and liar barons
the desired haven, ixpetienee, not'fiffir means of transportation aud intercom practice. In many cases severe sprains
—AT THZ —
ow n, bnt that of others'’ reebrifed Iff hi»- ' munication' between „regions near and of the ankles are suffered. But these _ ;_ 1 sdii accommodate persons wishing to
torx will lie your liesLguida.
, remote, must be accomplished by asso are not the worst fruits of the high heel
.build OS M onmouth , with lots of different
T sifts, adjoining the College premsisee.
«UyiliLiAM SAVAUE WISHES TO IN-
Study; Jtheu, the history of naiionq ciated labor guided by ediiciitcd minds.
v ▼ form the Public that he will bo on the
Monmouth, June 7th, 1871.
Agriculture will languish and the -fore part of the boot and soon begin-to
but more esfiecially the history of-mqn, !
Ground with a tirst clatM table diu ing the |
J.E. M i kpiiv .
meetings. Parties may make arrangements to
of good men, wlib have inode life a auy- ground will refuse to yield its strength,
their families, which j<M_ohwiate the
trouble of cooking
cess. walk ip the light of their example unless science apply the fertilizer and cases they àïe actually dislocated. In
SEW THIS WKK*.
and let tire follies arid frailties of others guide the plow. Thirty, forty, or eveu
lie as bnoys to mark the place of shoals, sixty bushels, may be, under prudent foot, the tendons harden in that position
shallowsand hidden rocks upon which ' ; culture taken from fhe acre which now and lameness is contracted fo;, which
there ia no cure but the knife. When
yields only twelve or fifteen.
-they stranded Or wrecked their hopes.
“CITY OF THE GREAT KING
After a litfle tinm shall have clupsed
Time Tests the Merit* of all Thlagfa.
Time forbids that we should point out . the injury does not take this form it
review ybnr text bpoks^' With increas all the channels though which remun- |
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T bs M oht P opulär MzDicrwa E stant
ing strength of mind you will disenvier erative labor and ]H>sitionsof honor ami and distressing. There are thousands
new truths and new .beauties in them, profit may be sought. Opportunities :
high von Luj-il to appreciate io VO,nr wül not be wanDOK 4<> employ your j today, who. in a few years, wtMJbe
rst levernxivr^ Ttamer np tlie elei.,'-” '■>' £7.-A’W,liI learning honorably to your- | vrYppiun ii tut^ïT pnrvina ao >*/t- ijLvi»-
|L a U j MtMdonary to Jerusalem.]
<»nae. We will
f knowledge that 1 ic.jstrojyu in vour selves, and profitably to others,_ The
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pathway weiive them into garlands of social jivstem is infected with many c. have a race of women almost as help Ì
'science and bang them about thv fleck. rom and evil» which need to be correct less, bo far as walking is concerned, ae
A small Edition of this su
They will odd a gharm and impart a ed. The.idiu^ll is rent.into factions, those of China. We condemn the prao- port» work is now ready au<l will be mailed post
grace ts cotrr person that will -captivate ami divided into opposing sects, whose I tice of confining thé feet of Chinee* paid to-any address for
eveby beholder. -
j jealousies and rivalries are paralizing the [ children in wooden shoes, and yet that
As only 240 copies can be issued, on account
Yet Lowevej pleasing the approbation gospel of )>eaee, and causing gchrijtian- practice iff nornore injurious to the 'of the chromoe boing destroyed, all desiring to
secure copies will consult their interests,by or
or eVen the admiration of onr fellows ity t<> become less attractive, and skep
boot, with an • Alpine heel. This is a dering at once. .
we are not to suppose that education, ticism to take deeper root.
HOWARD CHALLF.N, Publisher.
baa no higher, .purpose than to please r Here, as well as in the social circle matter of grave and serious import,
and hence we pre >s it upon the moth
the uninitiaed bt excite flic wonder of ' and in theliterary world, female labor
ers and fathers of the land. If they
the illiterate.. Its aims should be high- ! will find ample scope for continued ef
would not feed the surgical hospitals,
N. yv.— Agents wanted to sell Alexander
er, its ends more holy.
fort. All may find room, to work, and
and have groups of maimed daughters Campbell's Popular Lectures and Addresses.
By ita light you will xe'e the necessity work to do. Go forth, theu, boldly, confi in their homes, they must commence a
After over tlurty yearn trial, the ' Pain Killer,'
of labor and industry. Think not that dently to the positions that await yon. crusade upon high heels.. No father
msv Io styled the great medicine of the world,
Jhe world is overcrowded with laborers. .Kaep your armor bright by careful pol should have high-heeled boots in his
for tliere is no region in the globe into which it
has no| found its way. and none where it has not
No opinion could lie more' erroneous. ishing and constant use
bouse, any more than he would keep
used and Di^my
-In every branch of bpsines, earnest, en
Read good books- shun the evil. a vicious dog in the parlor. When
—A GOOD ASHORTMENT
there is nd climate to which it L m not proved
'eagetie workers will find ample em Above all, read the book of books—tlie skillful surgeons, like Dr. Pancoast, AGRICULTURAL
Bridles, itsself to be well adapted fin- the cure of a con
ployment and remunerative pay.
Bible. Read it, os a task, if need be, from the operating room, raise their
siderable variety of di se ase«; it is admirably
Bits, Reins, Spurs, Whips, Idishes,
When ypu look to the learned profess until you lpve it, and will sepk its sa voices against high-heeled boots, it is
anited for every rare. It has lost none of ita
At *ml Below Portland Prices Ft I
ions you are ready to say, they are full. cred pages os the source of highest time for old and young Indies to pause
good names bv repeated trials, but it continues
to occupy a prominent potation in every family
This is. doubtless, true so far as ffmn mental pleasure and spiritual enjoy
T. CUNNINGHAM A CO.,
and listen. At this period, they can
Izadics* Saddles, medicine cheat; and ia still receiving the most
liers are concerned; bnt in point of ment. Consult its oracles before enter chose between high heels and the op H aijcm ,
Horae Braahea. Patent Leathkr. Cnrryeomba, nnqualiiM testimonials to its.virtns, from per
learning, enerj^ and integrity many ing on any enterprise, great or small. erating knife. In a short time, it may
Offer fur ario the following spendid as
sons of the highest character and responsi
Cinchaa, Chamois Skins, Taolu, Copper
of them are empty, fearfully empty. Make it the man of thy oouncil. walk
Rivets, Cards, Rawhides, Stir
be the latter, or permanent lamertess.— twopatak. Threshers With uew.imprnve-
Carry* with* yon those qualities of heud by the pure light reflected from its sa Philadelphia Age.
rup«, Enameled Duck, etc.,
Physicians of the first respectability reoom
menta for 1871, which makus-Dna the beet
and lieart-wbich it » the highest pur cred pages. As missionaries of human
machine ever brought to this coast v
it as s meat effectual preparation for the extinc
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Genulne Buckeye Heaaper and Mower—
tion of pain. It ia not only the best remedy «v-
pose of education to impart, and boldly ity, do life’s work in the fear of God.
All Orders Promptly Attended to. Cdl
Combined hand and self-rakers— tbreo sizes.
er known for Braizes, Guta, Burns Ac.; but for
enter the field of labor, and you will find Observe the ant and be wise. Prepare
This machine stands at the very head of and BOO me.
Dysentery or (Tholera, or any aortof bowel Oom
American Reapers, and for strength, beauty
work to do. No more inviting prospect the bread of life in the harvest of earth.
plaint, it is a remedy nnanrpaMsed for efficienev
and excellence, haa no equal.
could be spread before him whose heart | If voq can foot be wise as Rolomon,
“One hundred and fifty women's New York X'ontMiwd Reaper anal Mower
and rapidity of action. In tlie great cities of
— with automatic self-naking attachment—
is tired wjth a noble ambition to db good,. you may at least, be loving as John, tickets have this year been sold to the
India, and other hot climates, it has become the
two sizes. This machine ia too well known
Htandard Medicine for all such complaints, m
than Oregon this day presents.
zealous as Peter and faithful as Paul. Oatnbridge University lectures, and it
to need special commendation here. We
well as for Dyspepsia. Liver cornplainta and
gnarrantoe it in every reafaeet.
Her educational interests at this hour Qnit yourselves nobly and your reward is stated that more than a hnndlffle-
other kindred disorder. For Coughs and Colds,
York Hand Reaper anal Mower-
demand thouaands'of competent, eney-. will be sure. And when earth's labors males are now in attendance there upon New Combined,
will do good work under all cir
Canker, AaUima, and Rhenmatic difficulties, it
getic zealous laborers. There is work are all done, yon will be greeted with one or more of te. courses of leotures,
aving permanently located at , has proved by the meet abundant and convincing
to be done in the school room and out the Sweet approving plaudit, “cease including English literature, Latin,
of G enual
~------- ...... I am testimony, to be an invaluable medicine. No
. bined. strong, excellent, and the cheapest in T
of jt, around the social hearth and in the from your labors, enter ipto your rest.” logic, political economy, and geology.”
prepared to »apply the C|omn>uuiiy with all ar article ever attained to such unbounded popu
' the market.
larity. The various ills for which the Pain Killer
halls of legislation, everywhere the in
Easterly Reaper aad Mower—Combined. ticles in my line.
is an unfailing cure, aro too well known to re-
creasing demands of the rising gener HUMANIZATION OR THE rUlt.TY OP
It is calculated by Mr. Samuel B.
y S tock contista in part of
quire recapitulation in this advertisement As
ation are pressing upon us tor increased
Rnggles, the statistician, that in the Buckeye Mower—Four sizes.
an external and internal medicine the Pain Kil- -
facilities for education.
year 1900 the population of the United Wood's Mower—Two sizes.
Iler stands unrivalled.
In whaleverValling pr profession yon
Thirty Ynin is certainly a long enough time
States.will be seventy-five millions, and Excelsior Mower—Two sizes.
>nay engage, yon can make your voices lege as follows:
Shoes, Tints the Pain Killer is deserving of all ita proprietors
that cereal food will be raised here suf Ilalne'a Genuine Header»—With new im- II.ootM,
-1st. Chair in Sacred History and ficient not only for our own population, •— prowaments- 10 to 12 feet cut.
claim for it. is amply ; .roved by the nnptariled
heard in thuTtoobie enterprise.
Bart's Clipper and Grttan’a «alky
popularity it has attained. It fa a now and
Groceries, Hardware, .
The bar of Oregon may,, compare Literature.
but for two hundred millions of the
It fa aold In almrat svety country jn the world
favorably with that of any .new state; I < ,
]>eaple of European countries.
and i« becoming more ana more popular every
Horse Power, (’orev's, Hweetwtakes end
yet the fact cannot be concealed or dis I tronomy, ,
year. Ita tteriing properties have been fnlly
—- Pitt's—all sizes.
3d. Chair in Ancient Languages and
tested, all over the world, and it need only to b^
guised that few of-ita members have the
Grief.knits two hearts in clqaer bond» Endless 4 Main Threshena.
Nchoel Rooks and Stationery I
known to be prized.
firmness to oome out boldly, array them- [ l Literature.
than bappineas ever can, and Buffer «cytboa aud «natlis. Grain Cradles, Hay and
I Hold by allDrnggfata,
The first of these was assigned to the ings are far stronger than common joys.
Grain forks, Htoves, Plows and Har
selves on the side of Christianity and
rows, in great variety. Hardware,
nuXlel their practice on the principles I Preiident; Prof. James C. Campbell,
Iron and Steel •Unia, «pokes,
Felloes, Ria. a. and Axles,
of pure morality and unsullied justice.
Keep constantly on hand C haxomb ' s P atbxt
Ac., - Ae., - Ac. 1
Reproach »taukl be taken from n noble 1 to fill the second, and Prof. A. D. Bnt- and is not to be picked np in tbs stran
W ixdow ClTBTAIX.
Reduced Rates of Ferriage
wk ass aozxts rbs tub cki . usatkti
calling by good men whose hearts are M let of Monmouth, Oregon, was elected ger's garden.
well fortified' against corruption as thair I to fill the Ahfrd.
OF TH£ SALEM STEAM FERRY.
,.F‘rof. Bntler has been employed the
faeaiis are filled'witli legal lore.
r Four si»« Constantly on Hand.
For each span horses-and wagon
The men who has senee nnd learning 1 past three sessions in Christian College,
“ " *Mt*i»nal animal ...........
•ffieigb to I mmiot the profession ought 1 . and ia too.-well known, as an educator,
horse and buggy............. -..... •
five cruMing. paid in advancer 1 00
to be able to recognise tfc j power ami to require a word at our hands. He is
Indigestion apd industry are things
" Ram, l’aorrrs axd Q uick Rcfvaxs.
Bowie Premium Wagon,1
beauty of Christianity and iodepemlence a young man whose learning and moral seldom found united.
■six paid In advanced
(XT* I hare ateo tor seta. ONE 1MPHOVBD
enough to embrace it for hie own sake worth have secured for him a high po
Which we offer al low
Dr. Jellinolr,-a Jewish rabbi of them equal. If sot ra
sition in a field of labor, which holds
nnd for th^.fake of hnmanity. '
The medical profession, too, is full of out the noblest iuoentiues to close ap
bog, sheep or goat
nten, riüje-ct.'d for their literary »nd plication and energy, and promisee the' iNlfo ha has admitted '243 converts to
.scientific attainments, who are nevertlft* the richest rewards to him who keeps
Monmouth. .Nov, Mth, 11170,
Stoves and Tinware!
Real Estate Dealer*
Harness and Saddle
LOOK AT THIS ! !