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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1871)
<»>Mril.Kl> FIloM OUS STATS
Knjiuna is nearly inhndated.
■Railroad griding South of Eugene.
Corner of High and Center «troot»,
Peaolj crop in Wasco county is fine
Portland is to have that Plaza music
E ldbn L. Ix H owland
- Portland citisene pay-t5,000 a year
for water. -
Loan's D ay W orshiv :—Preaching; loq, A. M.;.
8 team boat fare from Portland to As-
Bunday School, >3 ,P. M.; Preaching or Lectur
toria; 50 cents.
ing, 7 P. M.
The distinguished Irish exilea axe to
W cu -D ay W orship :—Pr»yee-rtieoti‘ng, Tues
day, 7 P. M.; Social Meeting, Thursday,'. P. M ; visi! Pórtignd..
Huiulay-Sohool Teacher»' Meeting, Friday, 7
Oregon Insane Asylum has a crazy
dZ" A ll persons are cordially ii^vited te at Chinese inmate.
The deaf mute school in Salem has
Visiting mem bent are requested to make theni- become a guecess.
Mrs. Fair*« -death warrant
Ochoco will receive large accessions
to. its population this season.
E- A- H“IRtJtY,
jj i , iï , i », ay .
Sunday School every Sunday, at,» *4 o’clock
Wn tete p ¡iÜ^S i driñ eiK« Ural st 11 a 7WT
Preaching on the 1st and *1 Snudava of each
mouth; st-ti *.- M.,^udal-1‘»,A<. Alan Satur
day» preceding the 1st and 3d, at 7 r. ». .<
Arrival and lie part a fc of M h II m .
The mail arrived from th« Atlantic. States and
all points north at 1 o’clock P. M.
Mail from the autxifi arrive* it 11 Ottwl a . m .
• The mail leaves Monmouth for the Atlantic
_ fitateti and all p<Hûta iH>rtii at U o'clock a *' m . —
Alxx for point»! south at 1 o’eleek P» Mw
Letters should be 4M the Postoftiee half an
honr before the departure of the Mail to ensure
being sent the lyuno day.
W . .WATfcKHOVHE, Pr M?
signed by the Governor.
T hk C kbiutian C hvmch at M onmouth Mxrrs
• tut Finar D ai or thk W uk , tfi tu C ol -
tau O baul .
J oh N S tkwakt ,
A. >W,' L ucas ,
T. F. C ampbell .
Mrs. Belle W. Cook, of Salèm, has
published a book of poems.
A rmed M obs . - Tt ts related that Gen,
ttVon Multka .said he purponly ‘-‘kept
CircninstauceW rendered it inexpedient
I himself in ignorance of the American
to publish a catalogue of the past sess
i war, because there was no thingy to be
learned from it. War is a science, and
thought in proper to give a column of
any record of the mere scrambling of
the paper of this week to, a list of the
two armed mobs can only prod awe con
names of the students for the session.
fusion in the mjnd.” Perhaps if the
The number in attendance during the
General had met one of those armed
session is one hundred and forty one.
mobs under Grant or Lee, he would
The students in which they were en
have occasion to inform himself.. It is
gaged included oyery branch of math
not probable ^ie would he would have
ematics from the mental arithmetic to
tiade “oaptdyte'' as easily as he did at
calculus and mathematical astronomy.
Sedan or Metz.
The classics, from the first lessons
through Cicero's Orations in Latin and '
An English nobleman’s estate on the
Homer's Iliad Greek..
island of Jamaica was destroyed by fiye,
In the sciences, Philosophy, Chemis and the first intimation he had of the
try, -Geography, Geologo,
Botany, disaster was on reading in an American
Physiology, Political Economy; and "in newspaper "l&~~tpecial telegram from
literature, English Grammar, History, Kingston.
Rhetoric, Logic, Criticism and Sacred
________ t__ __________
Book keeping, and exercises jn com
position were taught. In deportment,
application and proficiency the students
have merited and receiml the unqual
Veterans of the Mexican War will cel
ing corruption. "
The importation of Agricnltnral Tm-
pledtnto has long been an important |
Work on the California and Oregon
" and growing interest in Oregon; but. Railroad will be resumed next week,
none have engagedin this business nore and it is designed to ooiuplete the road
profitable to . themselves and satisfac- i to Cottonwood, Shasta county. Cal., be-.
, 'flprily to their customers than has theijj^ajuhter.
^-¿2 2 of * T.
___ k. A Cov fbldm, - *
Last Saturday a couple of men named
Oregon, who keep constantly on hand
Ames and Boston met on the bridge in
the beet assortment to lie found this
East Portland, a quarrel ensued, when
aide of San Fraflcisco, and and at pri
Ruston shot Ames, and Ames threw
sses to suit the times. Those consulting
Ruston oaer the bridge, into ton-feet
their own convenience and profit, will
water, The latter was fished out by
.order at once of of this firm.
some bystanders, and lodged in jail io
await the consequence of the shot,
J unk S bvbntbbnth . —This day is ever
which may prove fatal.
memorable in the annals of American
history, as the anniversary of the bat
|from the Farmer.]
tle of Bunker Hill, where our fathers
On ^Wednesday" iifternoon June 14,
of the “heroic age" met the flower of 8. A. Clarke, editor of the Statesman,
the British army, for the first time in
vn» assaulted by W. H. Watkins, Su
the great war, and fought for our Na perintendent Of the Penitentiary, who
tional Independence. Nearly a century
attempted to cowhide him. Clark made
has passed away, yet the grass gr#lrs
resistance with a pocket knife, when
green over the graves of the chivalric
Watkins drew a revolver, and fired fonr
Warren and his brave com-patriots, who
times at Clarke, without inflicting any
on that day sealed with their heart’s
serious injury. Watkins was arrested,
blood their devotion to the sacred causo
and held for examination, which how
of liberty, and to obtain thoke blessings
ever he waived, and gave bonds for his
which we, their descendants now enjoy.
appearance at the Circuit Court.
Ever fresh and green in the memories
Roseburg, June 11.—There was a
of a grateful people, will be the names
and deeds of those noble martyrs. — terrible affray this morning about 10
o'clock, between Thomas and Henry
Gale of the Ensir/n,
¡»nd Wm. Thomp-
A nnual M bbting . —The meeting of ___
editor of the Plai»dealer.. It oc
the Christian Church at their annual curred in front of tlje postoffice. It is
meeting grounds near Dixie is- pro imjNMaible yet to tell who shot first.
gressing pleasantly. Large attendance, The qnurrel arose ojif of nome newspa
perfect order and profound attention. per article. Thompson is shot in three
■Full report next week. ' "
r places,-through the face and neck and
through the shoulder and hir side
grazed by a bullet. Thomas Gale is
shot through the breast The wound
is dangerous if not fatal. ^Henry Gale
is beaten over the head with a revolver
Thompson and Thomas Gale are dan-
DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND D0ME8T
Suer esitar to Vauduyaa 4» iBomerviilr.
U8T RECEIVED THE LARGEST AND
J ■nest cutuplsl» stock of
Erer brought into Polk county, including-Fall
and Wiutor Good», of the latest stylos, wlln-h ws
aie determined to sell as cheap or cheaper than
those of less inducement.- We have a fine as
To which we invite the attention of the Lraiiee
Also to onr «nil stock of DKEBii GOODS,
VV In. cíoTxr
EEREUMERY, TUI LET GOODS,
— AND —
Pure Wines and Liquors,
F or medical pirposm .
E reapactfully lutite the attautira at ell
who are in want of such arttelra *■ **n
kept in well regulated drug eeublishturaMM.
ar e ti urn linit Landa, and are ol
1t>r «ale at LOWEST RATES.
we Trfft R r ohd “T ct >
Front street. Portland. Coujtuvrcnü «L, Bajera.
We would reapectfnll.v call th» atteutiun of
Genta and Head, of Families to our line asaorb
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■ ‘ CLOTHING and HARDWARE.
GROCERIES and CROCKERY
■ ■ -
' . .
tLZ" Call and see tw. You jrill «Iwav« find pa
to see yon, happier when We »how von
rgoods. and lumpiest when we sell to yon.
Real Estate Brokers
PORTLAND, t: : r : 'OREGON.
BRANCH bFFICE. : J-Albanyi O regen,
J.'C. MEND1ENHAI.U, Agra».
N OFFICE WHEÍte/lENERG. 1NFOR-
BtHKjti roucemuig the resource» ufsOregua.
can is-oBrAtNcn > Ri r. <ir chakoe
Izaiis negotiable on first mortgag». real ratal»
aiui collator»!se< urTty.
Have tor s»le a large amount of proparty, lo-
vátal in the to»ns of Allsuiv. Brownsvill^pnd
Also. UI,fW0 aerw <>| fanning lands' at errtry M
descripts-n, in Linn, Iteoton snd Polk counties.
• Persons desiring to sell tlteir property incur
is* exis-nse in placing it iu our hands fat sal»,
unless a sale is.made. Call at Out office, in Par
rish' tofck. where we- have « team in roadinera
to cctivev iterties to view our lanlbe.
4 C. MENDENHALL, Agent.
Books and Stationery A
St r,'i 11< >n »V \\ ; I 11< * 1"
B rother C ampbell :—It becomea my painful
(Hui<-<a»ioni to,j. K. Gill.]
duty tv announce the death
Brookshire, who departed tliia life, on the 17th ■
day of May, 1871—Aged 25 year«, 4 months and tT.ITK STRKET.
WHOLESALE'^ BETAIL DEALERb Í5
i$lie leaves a hdslmnd and three swbet little
children to mourn lier loss; a large circle of
friends and telhtives minglawith theirs the tears
of heartfelt sympathy. “
we mourn not as
those who have no hope.” "H*. W; L ovelapy .
fiOUNDS.—OuUie "L<mgTom.” Juue 12th,
1S71. Nancy Ann.-youngeat daughter of John A:
anil Nktcy J. Bound», (doceaaeil, aged 7 month»
and 14 day». ■
jiu^TRKi, CAMracu.: -Again haa the pale
my Utm r eh teld mm ! ««U m » aa
my iinai»t daughter; but I t*ke oimfort in lie-
Iieviug the wurd» <>f our bleiwed Redeemer,
wluji; he said, 4‘»u(Ter tittle children to come un
to rue: and’forbid them not, for of such i» the
.^uigdoip of Heaven."
J.‘ A. B ound *.
CI.KIKAYME2L, SCHOOL TBACHKBB, SMART
YOUNG MEN AND LADIBH WANTED !JO
■CANVAS» FOB THE NEW BOOK
—Our Father's blouse
- ob -----
The Unwritten WPr«L_
- --Fte»-’ ■ -Marl« ‘t.s
2nd honor, Omer Henderson.
By D» siki .M ah I: h . autlior of the popular -‘Night
Tina master iu thought anil language
shows ns untold riches and hi-auticl in the Great
House, wjlh its blooming ..Hower», aiuging
binls, .waving iwlins. rolling clouds, beautiful
how. aacresl m-'iinuuns. delightful riven, ui ghtv
ocean», thundering votera, blazing lieavens and
vast universe with CouutleMi Iw-iuga in millions
of w<>rkla.,and osm I k to in each the nnwritten
word Hts-e tintetb. paper oiuate engravings
■ lid superb binding. Send for circular, in which
is a fun description and universal commenda
tion by the piwa, minister» and college pmleaa-
Ar«. in the strongest 1«switde language.
M onmouth , O skoox ; .June 24;1»71.
strrrra, koor / stc .
Latin Reader—Second Class:
1st honor, Matthew Wallacf,
2d honor, Flora Shirley.
i Buttery fresh roll«,
I F-U'g*, F do«,..».v................ .
I Potatoes.. ........................... u- *-
First book in Greek:
1st honor, Matthew Wallace,
2d honor, Qmer Hendrickson.
| Co«te, V»................. ’•..............
~4 tvngar, totr. 1, yl lb.
‘ i Tea.
Tea ..... t........ * .:........... .........
W honor, .^tJ-
’ | Albert P. Campbell.
2d honor, Mary Bidwell.
1st (lonor, Frank Osborne.
2d honor, ! Hc°lt Ä^Murrnv, ’
’ (Omer Hendrickson.
TUR REST ¡.AW ROOK OUT!!
.. p^ hw
< aretetere .... .............. ......... «1 ‘JÔ&I.ÔO
6«<<r. 63 S
i 'ingeo Flannel
’4 *••4 ........ ■:...............................
I'unta................ : »....................... >
Mmffn ......................................... .
1 b ‘. honor, James Powell,
2d honor, Flora Shirley.
1st honor, C. E. Wolverton,
2d honor, Mary Bidwell. ’*
1st honor, Scott McMurray,
2d honor, Enos Goodman.
1st honor, 8eott McMurray,
2d honor, Samuel Johnson.
1st honor, Enos Goodman,
2d honor,Thurston Dgviilson. .
1st honor, Fgsftk Osborne,
2d honor, Viola Lame.
N otb .-— The honors in some of tire
classes are unavoidably omitted. Will
apjiear next week.
Of the Sau Francine« Bar.
The above are
rapid selling and pop
ular book aver upon thia C'oa»t. Agenta ar»
mooting with Huceoa» even where.
Send imtnedinteHi far 1'imtars »nd TrWfya la
1U TTF.R, E4HH4. IT*
Pri»d peache« .................
Oregon Flannel........ *.. I;».. ..
K'.ver. ....................................... ... ..
Prints . ..
Muslin, bleached 2.......... ...........
Blank Book Manufacturer,
aving established a first ci . ami
B<«vkhin<torv in Salem, ia now prepared
to do *11 manner’of work known to U h . trade
> ' ■F*'w:
„ -. ——
Magaslnra. 1rw»p«pcr» ami
I j * i . > i »
.............. ..... ...
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
BOLTER, WORTLEY « CO
I E i . lu » alk teroaa. )’
ave «« moved their stock of
Good« to DALLAS, »nd are constantly re
ceiving new and well wde-ted good«, eonaùttaR
LADIES' DRESS ARD FAMCT GOODS,
MIMS' AMD BOTS' CL0THIW0.
Bound in every style.
RlaAVK HOOK*. Of every dmeriptiofi; with
or without printed hmding»r mannractnr^d
(iy FRICKM RKAMOWALK. ^0
Gray'a Bnikling, Hec<»nd story.
H.ll.’iuc, O kkoom , June 24, 1871.
ABADI. YLOVa. CTC.
Wheal, beat white R buabel,
...........w..«., .. .- 60« 62
Fhter, bewi. y •***• (*4 barrtel) .. asm«
IS 0l)<$16 (10
____ I ju ton
C.WW Meal. W Ik . r .
16 0W« ..
1!r"* ** k’n’
' rhmm .
4 to«5 Off
. 1 OOilt »
Cheap! C ti e a p !
* RLAUKS. of every kind, rilled and printed io
order. "'L l
Salem Market Hepnri.
A. le BANCROFT A Cw^
8 am F«asc>«oo, C al .
CoaimCTTO WUXLY BY HolwIIN A CHI'l^glLL. y C27” Call and Examine onr «fork.
Salmi. April 11, f*71.
(MAIN, FLOW, ETi
Flour, best (% bbl.)...................
Butter, >1 to ........... ........ ..
I'-atoH, W bn»h ..................... “..
coil'* y n-
Sugar, No. 2,
Sngsr. Nn. 1. ti to
W ritten E xpbxmhly for U se Urox thb
P acific C oast .
Ito PAGES! FULL LAW BINDING! TREATS
UPON NEARLY Soo DIFFERENT SUB
To consult a lawyer upon any one of which
would coat more than the price of the Rook.
By J. F. UOWflERY,
Iitxlrpendcnrr Market Report j
Pacific Law Encyclopedia
i Saletatns. .vr............ .. ................
How absolute is the silence of the
night! And yet the stillness- seems al
most audible.. From all the meaureless
^onsin has abolished the grand jury
depth of airaround ua comes ahalf-aound
system, .the act to take effect on the 1st
as if we could hear the crumbling and
pt July. The propriety of dispensing
falling away of the earth an<n*ll created
with this detective institution has often
things in the great miracle of nature;
been discussed in various States, but
decay and reproduction ever beginning,
|hia is the first instance in which the
never ending—the gradual laps* and
opponents of the gland jury system
running of the sand in the great hour, |
have succeeded in carrying out their
Amr-now.—Hovfsacred, how beau glam of Time —(Longfellow.)
views. The Wisconsin experiment will
tiful, is this feeling in pure and gnile-
fce watched with a good deal of interest.
J blly P udding . —Seven eggs; oue-
less bosoms I The proud may sneer at
T hb Cm or thb G rbat ^I ng .— An it, the fashionable call it fable, the sel half pound of flower; two teacnpfuls
advertisement of this noted work ap fish and dissipated affect to despise it; ■ngar; prepare the butter as you would I
pears in our columns this week. We but the holy passion is surely oCJhMXon for a cake; brat the sugar into it; then
would advise those Wishing to make so and is mada eril by corruption of those add a teacnpfnl of jelly; mix all the in-
valuable an addition to tlieir library to i whom it was sent to bless and to pre- gredreute well together, and bnk» in a !
r prder at once.
«Art. Eat oolfl.
T hb G rand J ury .— The State of Wis-
Weatherford &. Co.
lat honor, Frank’Osborn,
2d honor, Margaret Butler.
M onmouth ; S aturday . J ux » 24. 1871.
x lat honor, Brpce Wolverton
Thera were l.OiXl poriops at the jjauth.
2d honor, Matthew Wallace^
ern Methodist campmeeting at Dixie
-Ist liopor, Nancy Springer,
It is believed that the N. P. R. R.
2d honor, Horace Knox.'
will be_built from Kalama to Puget
- C hang M.— We
are pletossl to see
Srntnd the Yiresent year.
that tbi demand for one, two and threff
1st honor, Peter Richardson,
Shultz, the great robbr, has escaped
cent« pieces, in San Francisco,, is so
2d hffnor, Scott McMurry.
f from the Oregon Penitentiary. .
great that the mint finds it necessary to
i^K- Hill offers a prenpjim at 4he
issue these denominations. We hope
- I A. P. Campbell,
1st honor, jA F CampbeH.
— - that these coins may soon become next Stale Fair to the boy who (tail got
abundant in Oregon. The custom of 1 up before sun rise, evpry morning for a
charging at‘bit” f<# au article and tak year past. Wakp up, boys I
2d honor, - Bruce Wolverton,
ing fifteen dents; or -three “bite” and
■ The Saleuv. SUitssruau aays Judge
taking fortyl ents is corrupting to mor
Boise intends to withdraw his demurrer
als, and fostiring (he Spirit of swind
1st honor, Nancy Springer,
to the contest made for the Judgeship
ling under tire guise of necessity. . Let in this district, and permit Bonham to
2d honor, James Powell. ... . .
«very business man who loves virtue take it by default, as the easiest way to Greek Testament:
and morality more than ho does the I wind up his official relations. This
advantage of a few cents in a contract, inaures that Bonham will lie Jndge.
An anti-Mormon ’party has been
formed iu Utah to clean out Brigham
Hackney, who escajied from the Pen-., h
itentiary with Shultz, wps recaptured
Latin Reader First Class:
on French Prarie and is now back in*
his old quarters.
J. C. BELL,
At the Christian Annual Camp Ground, Polk
county, Oregon, June 20th, 1871, by Elder^L.
L. Howland of. Salem, Elder Troy Shelley. of
Waaou county, and Sister Annie Lewjs, uf Cali
fornia. Elder G. 0. Burnett, of California, in
voking the nuptial bleating,
ified approbation of their teachers.
ebrate the 4th in Portland.
. . The following honors bare been awar
Mra Fair a.trial ettet her <20,000 and ded in the several classes:
San Francisco county <5,300. • -
THB GRADUATING CLASS: I .
1st honor ' Horace KndiiU“
-A farmer's wife in Southern Oregon
DIJED. -Sister Harriet Barger, in her 49th
-mows the hay and don't want to vote.
yeMj on the 8th of Juno,' 1871, kt the reaideHce
..2d honor, Bruce Wolyerton.
.There were 6,0b0 acres of flax-seed
of her husband, Brother Wm. Barger, 8 miles
sown in the Willamette Valley last
1st honor, A. F. OampbeD, —^T"'
She hade adieu
2d honor, Horace Knox.
voted husband, and gladly left her two vtiara
Two vessels are on the wgy from
lyteHHe Mufferlng, to go and be an
China‘to Portland, filled with China
1st honor, .»Charles Wolverfon,
She left an inieretriing hufory, in biagpphv,
and «hriatian life, that your apace could lot jua-
M htíñor, Sarah Chtireliill.
There were 59 delegates to the Good
tify. • -
Templar’s Grand lodge in Salem this Criticism:
Hha ,ppruauh«d duatii with, eymplaceuej and*
1st honor, Sarah Churchill
claim«! it a» her inberitau», in which to be
2nd honor, Mary Stamp. ’ ’
Wednesday a »hip sailed from Port
freed from the («ins uf animate nature, and
paaa into the Joy» of an end!«« life. , ,.;7T.,.
land for England with 40,154 bushels of Botany:
Btoseed tlioughto7“Uiu» to die?'
P hilit MlLjtir.
The little daughter of Joseph Miller,
Eugene City, Oregon, June 14, 1871.
of Jefferson, was badly burned last
fountain whence issues a stream breed
LADIES’ AND CHILDRENS' SHOEH
or rmx « tyu m <» ms«. _
STANTIA ON HANI»
Door ! Sash Factory.
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY.
STYLE OF DOORS MADE TO OR-
J dor. on «hort notice.
<lal» Mill* Such as Bravura,
Tirara. Twra iti , FlawU »nd Blankste,, which
we oihr al wli ótetele and Retail
SASH, with nr etUwáiYMgbto. to suit can»'«-
who •»’ fcver is with thùr patronage.
Will «achanga Good* tor Country urednee. tor
Wf :n nein Mr»»«. •>•«« doer mw «B oí P<»»1 «MBe. which w« will w the Htghtrat Muto* Frire
(DF- Bring dByonr Eoo» and P utti »:
■¿Mt » '
bolter . wOR-iitr o ee.
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