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MGNMOtJTH, OREGOXr SATl RDAY. JULY I. 1871
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HKLA-nouemr ow .. «Thus the twofold relationship—loving
God with all our heart and our neiglibqr
The Memphis Avalanche has the fol
In nine cases out of ten no man's
as ourself—loet in Adam is restored in
BT r. B. SCOTT.
will be a success if he does »ot
fc. F. CAMFRKll,
The first great question in the Bible Christ. It wjw taught in the law, bu| should be carefully read and pqaSered
bear Irardeus in hi* childhood. If the
is, "Where art thouf” addressed to
MAltav * b 4 Pwhllshsr.
over by a certain class of newspaper
fondness or the vanitg ol the father «
«infoi; it readers:
Adam after he had eaten of the forbid- oi inly made foe morefoxi seeding
Office nadar Good. Tamplar’s Hall, Monmouth.
naetber hav. bent him fi»m .j^u « o.,
sin, but not the
den fruit He had sinned, and through
“By vome unaccountable mteappre-
if-anight ztBWjAhrips lum eatof tpe^
shame sad a bud couacieaoe had hidden cure. « But
vr ■> law
r«a<t not do hensi m of fact.«. there is a large class of
end of M mp JN 4. iMteadaJ takfog
himself from ftps^reaenre «CM* Maker, ia that it was weak through the flash peopl/in the world who think ft costs
turn «1. pitching off, he mclGJd ’aj.'
ing his own Bon in the like-
It wan through an ‘‘ewil heart of 'wnbe- God,
the time—in short., H whit was light
.5?^i«g ‘ojSS.a newiT«£?A If
n«rTtraspartingrrom trie nvreg God.*'
a oyy from a unwHboy wb*a too far
¡ always foU to him «nd what was heavy
ed. Herein is love.
His relationship heretofore existing for sfo, accomp
to beg, fliey ars rcgnlar
abont the name work to some one else;
with Ids Heavenly Father was severed;
patrons, And entitled to unlimited fa
__ nt eyea.
if he has been ¡»qrmitted to shirk till
30 ho was "dead in trespasses an^sina ” “That he who loves God love his broth vors.
Men call every day at the office
shirking has become a habit—unless a
56 He was out off from the tree of life lent er also.” The restoration---of the one
miracle is wrought, his life will be a
to get a cqyy of the paper just from the
.. 1 oolumn
he should eat and live forever. He was relationship naturally lead* to tfo>» of pres*, for fothing, who would never
The largest valley in the world is the failure, and the blame will not be half
now without God and without hope in the other, even us the departure irom think of, begging a pocket handker
of the Mississippi. It contains so much his as that of weak, foolish pa
the world, an exile from his Eden home, the one led th the neglect’ of the other. chief .'rou a dry goods store, an apple
hundred thousand square miles, rents.
the earth under his feet cursed for his For if we are the sons of God we are from » confectioner even on the plea of
On the other hand if a boy has been
is one of the most fertile regions
sake, and his daily bread only obtained certainly brethren to one another.
brought up to his part, never allowed
old acquaintance, or having; bought
We see this set forth in the two di
by the sweat of his. face until he retuhied
(The greatest city l»ark 1 in the world to. shirk legitimate responsibility,
to the dust Such were the effeots of vine ordinances of baptism and the
over or to dodge work, whether or not
“Ole paper a day amounts to noth- is in Philadelphia. - It contains
his transgression; nor could the sen Lord's Supper—-the Fatherhood of God
it makes his heart ache, or soil his
two thousand acres.
‘“«».M.« hundred ».day
tence be reversed in this life by aby in our baptism, "tar we are all the sans something in the conree of
1 Ilf ì greatest grain port in the world hands—until bearing heavy burdens be
ol time. But
subsequent repentance. It was only of God by faith in the Lord Jesus, for , this atmnll draii^ compared with the is' Clfo
comes a matter of pride, the heavy end.
by faith in the promised seed, which as many—a* have been baptized into ' free alvsktising a newspaper ia exp*c-
i largest lake in the world is Lake ' of the wood his from cboioe—parents as
should bruise the serpent’s head, that Chrift have put on Christ;” and the tedfodo. Some men who have paid Su lor, which is truly an inland sea, j they bid hj . good bye, may dismiss
he could have hope, to be realized in a brotherhood of man in the Lord’s Sup two ilqllars for an advertisement worth be
flis life will not be a bns-
four hundred and thirty miles . their f
per, “for we being many are one bread,
Agents for Christian Messenger. life to come.
Tlie elements of success
' iness fa» U
four << five dollar*, appear to tb.uk lor ind one thousand feet deep.
Tire eeeeMd gut qemtiore, addressed and are one body; for we. are all par they are stockhoidM* in the esteblish-
some time and in some
, longest railroad in the world is ’ are his,
authorised to act to Cain, ia equal in importance to the taker* of that one body.”
trill recognize his ca-
meat tor life. They demand the pub th * pacific railroad, over three thousand way the wor
Otir redemption, however, is not com
first—“Where is thy brother?” Nor
lication ol marriagee and funeral no-, mil» s in length. “
was the answer to the second question plete—we are yet mortal. We have re tic«, nbituaries and family episode*,
This greatest natural bridge th the
Take another point. Money is the
any more satisfactory than that to the ceived the Spirit of adoption, •» sous, fortRienaxt forty yaar*. Speak of pay wOrli is the natural bridge orerCedar object of the world’s , pursuit. It is a .
whereby are cry, Abba, Father; but we and tkey grow indignant. ‘Don’t I crpel >n Virginia. It extends over a ' legitimate object, ft gives bread and
eighty feet in depth and two clothing and homes and comfort. The
Here we have the» two greatest ques yet wait for the adoption, to wit,: the re . patroniM your paper?’ ‘Yre, but you
tions Tver pr,»pofiuded to man, with the demption of our body. We have been reoeiw the value for what you paid.’
and fifty feet ill depth, and world ha* not judged wholly unwisely
bottom of which the creek flows, when’it has made the position aman
two worst answers ever given in reply: baptized in the likeness of Christ’s ‘Bnt,’ lays the patron, ‘It will cost you
Where art thou?” and ‘‘Where is death, and why are we thus “baptized Abmd^S ridteutomr ' as to ask a man to
mass of aolid iron in the , occupies to hinge comparatively more
is the Iron MonntAtti of Missouri, j or less on his ability to earn money and
brother ?”—Adam hides hhiself be- for. the dead, if the dead rise not ?” We
cause he is afraid of his Father; and show forth the Lord’« death in the Sup grind fonr ax on a grindstone and tell It is three hundred and fifty -feet high, somewhat on the amount of his pos
MsMinviUe, Yamhill ( *
per, but it is “till he come again.”
sessions. If lie is miserably -poor it
ro miles in circuit.
him itwon’t cost him »eent,
-*-^<.4»its Cain replies, "Am I the keeper of my
we shall be “children of the Res
Itest specimen of Grecian archi I argues either some defect in his expen
urrection”—“We »hall rbe like our_
Oql- ditures, or a lack of fitness to cepe
Here we see the two great relation
as wdl as any other buaiaeue, and no tect ur»- in the world is the Girard Oql
Wm. Murphy......... ................Jactaon •
with men in the great battle for gold.
ships severed —the Fatherhood of God Lord, for we shall see him as ho is.” paper succeed« tiuaneially that carries lege, Philadelphia.
Dr. Z. Davi» ....... Buena Vieta, Polk
When a country bred boy leaves home
The largest aqueduct, in the world is
DavidUsrki..,.......... Lewisville, Polk
and the brotherhood of man. The sec “And the tabernacle of God shkll be on a lead-head system. Any mention
A D. MoweU . v........ .
ond following, as the natural conse- with men, end be will dwell with them, of the people’s affairs they wish to see the Croton aqueduct. New York. It is it is generally to enter upon some bus
they atell be bis neople, and God
m « /»«c tirHt- • “Ear , and
miles tong, and cost ¡>12,500,- iness, the end of which is to acquire
witti me. , eee
S. p. ”-inr............. ....... coreani«
j projierty; and he will succeed just in
this is the commandment we have from
their God. Arid God shall wipe away
J. M. Smith, • r ,............
The largest deposits of anthracite coal proportion as be had been made to earn
er investment of the same amount.”
God; “That he who loveth God love
Dr. W. H. Rowland, . i. BrownavUle.
all tears from their eyes; and there
‘The newspaper business is very ex- in th* world are in Pennsylvania, the and save in his childhood.
hieJrrptber also.” There .was no love
r. Hheltou .
shall be no more death, neither sorrow,
actiig on all connected with it, and the UMnes of whieli napply the market with i If all the money he has had has come
1 Christian Prewbere in Otp(<m> Cplifurnia
nor crying, neither shall there be any
pay'» Comparatively small, the pro- million* of tons annually ' A^d appear-
_ ____ T-vsitory are » requretod *>.»* , presence of his Makery and there was
. - of planting a little patch in the spring,
more pain, for the former things are
re Agent« f<* th» Cmunriis Mmsraors, to re- QO love to man when Cain smote his
prie*rs risk rnoiT money for* smaller inexhaustible.
'“and selling its produce after weary
salve »»a receipt for «ubeeripUon« ud fcrward | bnjlher Able . Uo
Wicked passed away.”
profiv, and the reporters and editors,
months of watehing- and toil in the
Bowman eville, Erie Co., E. K, April 2.
• KVK9E Hain. STURM.
and ptoters work harder and cheaper
One and slew his brother.”
fall, or from killing woodchucks at six
Nor was the evil confined tq'oui first
than ay other class ot men tequiriug
the Roeebnrg Elairolettl^r ver cents a head, or from . trapping B»n«k-
H ilkìih *^ Card».
the gien amount of intelligence, train clip the following graphic account of a rats and selling their skins for a shill
risg ad drudgery Tire life has it» storm w
ing; setting snares in the fall for game,
all men to condemnation, forasmuch as
. I,.. locality: .
occurred in that
in an able article cterm and pleasant associations scarce
all have sinned. As in the first place,
’’ Thel severest thunder storm ever and walking mile* to see them ¡in the
so here, "They did not like to retain on “Newspaper Work and Workers,” ly knarn to the outside world, and experien
MHHHUMMMHNM morning before the old folks were up;
Notary Public & Attorney at Law God in their knowledge.” And as they -truthfully remarks that there is no other anxiees, and hours for exhanstion, Tuesday evening last. The lightning husking corn for a neighbor moon-
profession but enjoys immunities from whiel likewise, are unknown to those
ar Business from a distance, promptly st- could not sever the Fatherhood of God
was sharp, the thunder severe, and the 'light evenings, at two cents a bushel;
Oosrt House. without also sundering the<brotherhood' observation as to its modes. -The preach whorink the bnsineas all fun. The rain MI almost in a deluge. The storm working out on an occasional day that
of man, so we read, “God gave them er writes in the privacy of his study, idea hat newspaperdom is a charmed was accompanied by hail, such as never, hard work at home has made possible,
bad plagi- cirol, where the members lead a life of
over to- a-reprobate IU111U
envy, i and can correct platitudes
before fell in this part of Oregon. he ft gop<} to make his pitó in the world.
J. LINSEY HILL, M. 0.,
tbe rulB ot ,he ed_ eaaeare free from care, and go to the Roseburg, appeared to be on the edge
On the contrary, if the boy never
murder, debate, deceit,
c . .. malignity.
_ _ ” -*"»>»»
Physician and Surgeon,
“In this the children of God are mani ilor or reporter. The lawyer consults ciriA at night on a free ticket, and to of the hail traok; few of the stones earned a dollar; if parents and friends
Bussa V ista
: I s ! s > : . i « « t Oasoos fest and the children of the devil: who hi» client and organises liis campaign
»rings in Summer on a free ticket, which fell here being larger than a have always kept him in spending mon
i « s»
F miu erfr preetted with R. C. HUI, M. D„ soever doeth not righteousness is not of in private, bringing into court only as
idea which we wish to explode small marble. At Mr. Walton's not a ey; (»ennies to buy candies and fish
ly and theoretically. Business half a mile from town, they were as hook«, and satisfy his imaginative want*
God, neither he that loveth not his much os makes for his cause and against
the cause of his adversary. The doctor
inesa, and the journal that sue- large as partridge eggs and ahlibst en »nil he has grown to manhood in the
r.” Hence the ware and devas
is the one that is conducted on a tirely destroyed his garden. On the i expectancy that the world will gen
JNO. J. DALY,
and Bloodshed and murdArs plies his potions and launches his lan
, business footing, the same as head of Deer Creek, atones fell as large erally treat him with similar consider
have scourged the human lbrefly; cet in secret. It the patiqpt recovers,
ArtOMfET-AT-LAW AMD NOTARY PUBLIC
it may be the medicine, or it may be in bal ,dng or building bridges j, a hotel or
as goose eggs, the fruit trees were strip ation, be will always be a make-shrift;
: : i t : Talk County.
tions and strifes; hence the dark cata spite of it; if he dies, it may be the pills rni ¡Ung livery stables."
ped^ and the grain beaten down. At , and the fault is not so much his as that
or Providence, the physician is scat ti
logue of Crimes which blacken the face
Oak Grove and on Robert’s creek the of those aboift him, who never made
les«. None of these come to light that
hail was also of tsenaandffibt size. At the boy intend on himself—did not
N. L. BUTLER.
their deeds may be reproved.
Rjriley s the geese were killed, the make him wait six months to get money
ATTORNEY AM© COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
And man, a woraliiper of self, Hits up
bark of the oak trees knocked off to the to replace a lost jack-knife.
Every one has 'to rongh it at one time
oontinious as well aa constantly before l«nty wears about her neck. Pearl sap, and in several instances the hail
Hb hand sgsbut hb neighbor. Every door
Of misery and death b opened wide.
the public. There is no peace in our oagh it be, or iron, it soon passes away. stones broke throngh the roofs of houses or another. If the roughing oomel in
Madneaa and aaicide and murder bring
war. Tb^ei# no rest, for the weary; '• places that know you will soon know and bains. We were slow to believe boyhood, it does good; if later, when
Unnumbered victim« to the ready grave. ’
T. A. MeBRIDE,
space is'no more annihilated by tele 4 no more forever. Tbs cares that scsso of the statements made, but the habits are formed, it is equally tough, '■
Poets have attempted to picture ont graph than time Dy journalism. Th>
oAxxo«»4it>Tac*l In ft&nfllj
i you fret yesterday are already ba amount ol evidence was too conclusive Vininol
the evils which afiiict the human family; evening and morning are not merely the
OniCl IN THE COURT M0U8K,
the horizon, The troubles that to be gainsaid. The grain in the Mis useless. And the question Whether a
legislators have attempted a cure by laws first day, but all seven. Night is anni
.you anxious to-day willnot be souri bottom which promised a large young man will succeed in making
and restraints; philosophers have de hilated as to all its qualities’ of
bles when yon meet them. But what crop is thought to be almost entirely money or not, depends not upen where
visedschemes to remedy what is appar« Every minute of every hour of thi^f _
they were ....
? A aloud no bigger
than destroyed, and further news from the he goes or what he does but upon hi*
ent to all, but in vain; nothing less than twenty-four is occupied by some work g man's hand is swelling and filling the
willingness to do his “part,” and upon
track of the storm will no doubt in
the Bon of God himself cqufo bring da era doing some work that shows itsel »hole heaven. What then ? To-day its
his having earned money, »nd so gained
liverance. All were gone out of the in the newspaper of the day and after bolts may smite yon; but to-morrow you crease the amount of injury done. . >•
a knowledge of it* worth. Not a little
way—Jew and Greek, Barbarian, Scy- noon. Repetition ia as imposible as rest will be in heaven. Your children have
Some mindkreem to be governed by of his valuable experience and knowl
tLiam beffil^A free—there were none Facta are ever new. Comments must h Ried
I and gone borne; but what of that 1 a sort of eyll fate which makes them en- ‘ edge the country boy get* on the old
J, B. DATIDS ü N, M. Ik,
righteous, no not one 1
as fresh as facta, and theSHtion fa a r ¡s<,o in . you will follow them. your friends ergetic in whatever conoerns worldly farm, under the tutelage of parents
It is here, in the darkest page of Horseless giant that eats up all the se
Physician and Surgeon,
have gone on before; but what of, that ? bnsinees, but backward, jn religious ’ shrewd enough to . see the end from
man’s history, that the gospel of the onds. The making of a newspaper
the beginning, »nd*to make the labog
Yor will soon be with them. Your life work. How (.«cm mun are the complaints,
grace of God shines in its greatest efful perpetual motion in a thousand field is fill of troubles; but what of that? “I haven't timef* an»T, **I am not adapt and grief of children contribute to the
gence. Christ died, the just for the un In such a work, demanding ceaseless <!
success of subsequent life. — Heat A and
Tins? troubles are nearly ovqr-nearer ed to this work,” made, too, by men
just, that we might live to God through fort, permiting no pause, exacting eter
that you think. The glorious future is who never lack neither time or talent Home.
4« R. SITES,
him. Man must first be reconciled to al »nd ever varying exercises, it is ir
.—"Talk to me now in
God before he is ready to be reconciled p.isaible for wheat to be unmixed wii
Physician and Surgeon,
study, or for any kind of secular work Scripture language alone,” said a dying
to his brother. An Mien to God by ckrif, for accuracy not to W impaird
l'«ly responsibility is almost equiva which their kearto are set on.
Christian. "I oaa trust the Word of
wicked worim, he must be made nigh by ly mistake, for injustice not oomaiaUa. lent tnubriety. It A-stick of timber,
God; but when they are the word* of
tu* Office st Ns residenes.
the blood of Christ, and then he can be
stamtg upright, wavers, lay a beam on
ig to ha^e one in the man, it oo*t* me an effort to think
Il is real Nereihg
made nigh to hi* brother. Christ jsour
ut e weight on that and see how family who Is sensitive » to the lnJlerona. whether I may trust them.’’ This was
14 L. COLLI N».
peace who makes both one. He takes
C ommon Hmm*. —Fine sense and «■-
tens them ¡'and what power ft There are enough to reflect the dark side the testimony of one who <Red in the
two great extreme* of the human tani- *u^,*eDM are not ao vol cable a* common
m T how it holds Alt that ft bad of life, and its irritable «Mo, and its sober morning of life. “Charles^ bring me
ly—separated by the moot deadly eami- ’ sense. There are forty meh of wit to on* in thiia featreintl how fwietly tt'du- side. *
* *—*** •** the Bible,” said a dying father. The
ty—the Jew claiming all the religion, of sense, and he that will carry nothing
puts forward all that is good p- - a -■ ' - r f -UA». w—HNfc * . •
Four things that come not back- weak sufferer laid his thin, pale hand
and the Greek all the wisdom, in the «boat him bat gold will ba every day at
spoken wq^. the
erro». M*« on the blessed book, and said, “I r**t
world—each equally oorrupt—and “ha
peek Ufe ag4 the neglected opportunity. in Christ.” «
one a*w man, | p Z'f i „ r
, L < HAltWJfF
others to oontemptl* jeering,
»at lie might
tice Mulford, who sncceeds Bret
, or mimicking Kee» off fr«bo(
trade and habits of industry, provides
reooacito both to God in on»-1
Bf fie «rertred
freim the heels of a bode that
the mo «*, having «lain th*
I near him
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