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B e O sab WABLX.—Those who make
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
The Committee appointed to confer the moet allowances .for others, are usu
y. F. U4MZHKLX
. ■ J une l»th, IWl. v with W. R. Bradshaw in reference to ally the most pure and free from sin
s|h4*nt who receives, aa we jo
Tenstcos met in annual meeting, being employed as financial agent of the themWtvea; while those who mostxjn-
OflMal Paper faF Polk County, Orerò
yl 4h«u deA« >f júchelo» of June 19th, 1871. Presnlent Linflaay, College, reported tjiat he would take tbe jiringly jttdg*
fitted Í* onÚ prepared te «iter | Prof. Gantpbell, J. A. Powell, J. E< position at a salary I of *250, he -agree neighbors, urt frequently 41m moat
the great fields of science. We arc now j Murphy. F 8T Powell, J. K ±add, ing to collect in the vicinity of Mon guilty.
supposed-to-basa- chart anal, compass dMtro&U, Shirley, M. L. Ailauia-aml month, in Salem and DaHaa, and other
and skill to use them in steering' out’ others. On motion, lyocfeeded to elept points by letter, unless business-calling
A n un»» nruvsHx? st A. F.
way over the terra ineogntta te tlie Ulti eight trustees to fill vacancy of tho4e him to snch pointe, then he Would
tub C o B mksckmkxt E xkm isbs <ur L'Msiwrua ma Thai» of knowledge.
We ought not ♦hose term of office expired in 1871. make.personal collections.
Building Lot« ibr Sale.
( oLLB.t. Jens lhu, 1»71.
.( ___ _
On motion the Board accepted the
Scieutia, fro U set'o to know, we trsns-
■ The Tnwtiee of Christian College have
for sale a uuiubur uf ilourabla building Iota
TlæiTrôlETlni Lorin,- seteueeq which is close forever the ninety text books, in verton'G. O. Burnett, John Stewart, J, propositionn and the said Bradshaw of
in Monmouth, located convenient to the
tiie profundities of which tee have been A. I*wall, W. Churcliill, W. 0. -War- ficially notified of the acceptance.
’ detinsd. knowledge classified. Hence,
College Building. Dimensions of lots, CMH
by ICS ft.; price *25.00 coin.
On motion. Prof. Campbell, A. W.
tho terfn""is very comprehensive, em bewildered, as the man in tbe fabled rinner, D. 'Roller.
labyrinth of old; but haring, followed
On motion an order was allowed in Lucas and W. Waterhouse appointed a
bracing the philosophy of every art,
and even lieyond that to abstract and the eilkoB thread, wejiav«, by potiouce favor of 8. 8. Johnson for $10.50 for committee th procure* a College seal.
anal perarveranoe, emerged from ite Janitor fees also one for Jaa. M. Powell
On motion adjourned to Monday
Man enters the world withont knowl maze«, and waean now look back with $34.00 for janitor tees; also one in favorl «o’clock, Jnne 26th.
edge, the moat imbecile and helpless of scientifto eye and see that ignorance of Rblomon Htnmp for $5.00.
Monday, June 27th, 1871.
animals. Frotu the first simple sensa- formed the labyrinth, anal fickleness the
Met pursuant to adjournment. .
The Treasurer presented his annr J
■’tion*, he begins the process Of acqnir- chief difficulty in escaping from it.
On motion a committee of five was
report. On motion received and a com
Perhaps some one will ask wliait is all
■yng knowledge, and through life, his
mittee of .three appointed to audit Baid apjminted on examination. Haiti com
Imsineos to to observe facts slid mark ,_this tori, tliia miduigjtt lajior to yield as re]M>rt^_Committee: W. L. Adams, J. mittee, L. L. Rowland, T. D. ßnm-
dire (Vtnse khat produces-,j and the effect a return for the capital investeal ? We L. Liuld and W. Waterhouse. On tuo - phrey, G. O. Buhtet*;'John Stewart and
•-that fottows sH the observed phenoms- answer, it will strengthen th« mind and 'tion President Lindsay was added.
T. F. Campltell.
>na about him. JThtu thére is thrown prepare it far the conflicto in after life ■ *1 On motion ® adjourned to 2 o’clock, p.in.
On motion the By-laws were so
amended, making the annual meeting
-into .the mental labra lory, tho elements and entitle its possessor to the catete
pursuant to adjournment. .
of sefenee, wliichis digeçjpd, assimi- and dignity of manhood. Without it : Eld. G. O. Burnett, moved that the of the Board to be on. Tuesday before
tiré gates of science are closed and
the third Sunday in June.
lated and arranged .by généralisation,
! barbed against him forever, Man in all. Board confer the title “of A. M.,” upon
I > n U G G l feV-V s.
acodrditfjf to-softfe recognized method
/A o.That the Board of Trnsteo*
his apetites, passions and physical im-
ami preseves in the memory for future
pulses is an auitnul differing front other vailed.
1 has been assumed du «HNwy- auimafs. chiefly in
Committee on organtzing a faculty mal department of said College, and
his reasoning facul
mid demonstrated, in practice, that if
Report foceived, and on put the same in operntionwith the be
ties and religious nature. Hence the. reported.
ine would progress most "favorably in
was read by sections ginning of next session.
more fully he develops and cultivates
atty pursuit, we must arrange the parts
On fnotion adjourned sine die.. .
' Monmouth,1 -
these, by close application and dilligent *nd adopttsl as follows:
into classes; commence with the sim I
study, the broader he makes the -chasm,
plest, anil advance to the more intiioate
A. W. L ucas , Secretary.
the wider the gulf lictween himself and the prosperity and efficient working of
" until we reach the de.vire'd consumma
the alisolute animal kingdom; and con tiie College, that a complete organiza
versely the greater his ignorance the tion of tho facility be perfected before
J.C. GHIBBS, A. M„ M. D.
The eletBenhr of science, like the dis-
nearer his approximation to tbe animals the opening of the next session.
'connecteii parts of a complieate«! mi- 1
Speaking eVil of others is one of the Ph y ».lela n and. .8 u r ge o n.
Hoc. 2. That three chairs be oonstitu-
clriue'tif eround ns, and it As our duty -
most unaroiable habits that can be ac
OFFICK AT NICHOL! AND COAD*» DKVG STORE.
These moved by tiie instinete of tlieir teri in the College:
to arrange them in order so that orir
nature seek enjoyment princi|>ally in
1st; A chair in Hacred History and quired, and one that leads to infinite
mind* m».' 1* strengtheneil fo» the eor
•mischiefs. It is not always easy to Residence in th« " Whitson honre." Main at.
the gratification of their apetites. Man literature.
joymente of life in this world and in the
2d. A chair in Mathematics ahd Ate», avoid it, for there are a, great many
^orid to come. Mental powers aregiv-
persons in the world, who are not what
pleasuRTiu a higher spboBB... Before tronomy.
i0-4is.jlt.ftn.dl-wise Creator, and it is
him is spread the' great-i volume of.
3d. A chair in Ancient Languages they ought to be, who do many things
our highest duty to cultivate them.
that they ought not to iloj It is hard
nature with its pietnreth pages upm and Literature.
But we are not wholly dependent upon
wliiph his science-taught eye dwells
S ec ,-fl. That »Philosophy, Chemistry, for a blunt, generous mind to refrain
brtr own n uaiiTeiT effin ts tR thia iutjsir- :
fyom expressing itself about mean peo
with rapture, anti his welk.trained inind
dant work, Tip? fruits of the labors and i
lingers With delight.
lege course, be distributed amongst ple iuid mean acts; there is something
researches of .others, have lieen' classi
Botany unlocks for him the mysteries theke three chairs; until other chairs in'mealiness and dishonesty that rouses GENERAL BUILDING AGENT,
fied sad garnered up in bookjon almost
mjch a mind, and it
of the vegetable kingdom and he read,« can be established.
every sulijeet, sirtitat wro fiave science
• ' Oregon.
in the expanding germ or jietal of tho
S ec . 4. That one of these chairs lie
■Luuule ready to our hnfid, by which, as
bold and unsparing iè?ni*'.'àj®w4’‘the
Ft KxisHEs Plan«, Specifications and Esti
with an instrument, to mould anti "fash ’
practice, as a practice, is a troublesome mates;
and purchases’materials for a raasouable
""'Son Dur-minds intsa-Jprma. of ,strength varied habits and wonderful adaptation Professors be elected to fill the other and dangerous one. There are occa eomtnewien.
Parti.« wishing to build ni«y save
of animals to different elements and two.
from ten to fitfoen percent, in cost of materials
aud-usefulness. ■ With these aids we
tho employment of this agency.
climates snggeststo him that infinite
8»c. 5. That the salary of the Presi-
• setldrth an tho iouweY al life. ip pur
- a distance, and - wishing to
Wisdom which established the laws of ' dent «hall be twelve hundred dollar« . ¿^exposure of wrong, but, in general, •
suit of happiness.
promptly and carefully al
.tlioir lieing, teaching tliiTpolar bear to ($12iMI) per session in coin, payable
— First the elementary principles* must
dwell ilnid th.e perpetual shows of tire . quarterly: Provided, That he*shall re- even of evil person?.. We are not made
\ lie mastered. Language engages our'
North wbiile the lion anil the elephant i ceive no extra comjietisation for the judges of others’ actions; no one has
childhood and early yotith. Then
roam ovlr the ever verdant plains of ■ Professorship in' the ehair assigned tbe right to assupie the character of
Witlmul a thor«»ii|fh
the tropics.. The heavens become yocal
’knowledge of these auxiliary »»lienees to tils well trained ear, and “the music J h'“
S ec .’ 6. That the salary of the Pro
- r i •5to-t'>ry progig fs cannot be made yf the sphere” to his science disciplined fessors of. tlie otliei; chairs shall not ex presume to denounce the vices anil mis ■7R0M THE PBEMI8EH OF THE SUB-
a bright Bay Horpe, 14H
■i .. / lv other. ~ Henoe.the time devoted
conduct 'of others, the world would be or 15 haxtda high, 8th,
small head tod irork. Rtanrts
mind is something more ¿han th« j ceed one thousand dollars tSlOOO) each |
to the study of the classics and the va-
given up-io defamation. We may see high in the shoulder.and neck, droops liehind;
‘ jioetry of fancy, it ia the philosophy of in coin', per session; payable quarterly, j
all four dark feet,"unshod; tail whort and thick.
riutiA depart went« of. mathematics,
Anv_per*on returning the name to me, or giv-
facte. ' To-the untutored savage what is
S ec . 7. That the Faculty be permitted and hear much that we do not admire
i'ompleting’these, wo move forward to
l.jg Information of his where» bon to will b© lib
the glory of the heavens, -but chaos of to perfect the organization, by chqoaing and can not like; we may become cog- 1 Ing
J)n. J. 0. GRUBBS.
the physical sciences and enter the
confusion, * “maze without a plan ?" one of their number to be Secretary of nizant of many evil deeds done by evil
great fields of natnre.
iLiogriqdiy and Geology, Botany and _ Not so to him who has mastered itfep- thé Faenjty.
and discretion to pass them by withont
T. F. C ampbell , Ch’m’n.
JZpology, open np to us the beauties" of '-lar’s laws arid studied Newton's theory.
except to speak of them cau
On motion adjourfied until 9 o'clock
tile mineral, vegetable ahd animal king To him each star wheels into rank .mil
tiously may be necessary as a warning
doms. These are * chiefly descriptive
to a friend. We will have enough fen-'
Jnne 20tli, 1871.
in character, yet. strictly- scientific in march of the univerae.
emies in this world without provoking “CITY OF THE GREAT KING.”
classification so that what would sedrn
otliera by ill-tempered comments. The
to ilie uninstrncted the endless confus science that teaches ns that these har teen memliera present.
«trinity"of evil pien is a thing to be
ion of rocks and trees and plants and
avoided, for while it can do ns no good,
'animals, • assumes, the most perfect That there is a governing power, a gov Treashrer’s report, reported favorably. it may do us much harm. Besides, we
order and harmony, showing unity of erning head. We tnrn to the Bible and Report received and, adopted,
Dr. J. T. Í Barclay.
may make mistakes in tho haste of hon
• learn by inspiration that the infinite
On motion proceeded to elect a Pro
design and wisdom of purpose.
[Isite Missionary to Jerusalem.]
Thence we advance to the three forces mind preside« over all.. From the fessor of Mathematics.
men for acts we do not understand.
that govern matter, the cbrystaline, the" same inexhaustible source of wisdom Campbell elected.
Moved to elect q professor of Lan
vital and the attractive, these give rise We gather the great science of salvajion,
A small Edition of this su-
for while it is imprudent to promiscu perb
work is now ready and will be mailed post
guages. Prof. A. D. Butler elected.
to minerology .»biology, philosophy and by which we are enabled—
‘Ito to live that when our «ummon* com«« to Join
paid to any address for fa oo.
On motion adjourned to Friday, Jnne
These lead the mind The innumerable caravan that movea
wrong to defame a good man. —Ex
through the intricate mazes of" knowl Tn the i*le realms of «hade, where each «hall 23d, 9 o’clock.
As only 240 copies can bo issued, on account
edge found in the changes of aggregate
of the chromes being destroyed, all desiring to
Moved that tbe Board accept the
CALtroBifiA G rain C bop .—The Alta secure oopire will consult their interests by or
form and place to which material things Hi» chamber in the silent halls of death,
Messenger office and all things thereun California, Jnne 22d, says:
dering at onoe.
around its"are subject and explain the We go mlt like the qnarry-sl*’« »* nixht,
8eonrge<l to bia dunxer-n; but, sustain'd anil to' belonging as proposed by the Dele
HOWARD CHALLEN, Publisher.
The dryness of the season has not on
causes of these changes.
ly redneed the yield of the grain crop
Chemistry investigates the element By an unfaltering tmst, approach our grave \ gate committee.
On motion a committee of three'was but has-been of considerable damage to
ary changes which, from Bixty-fonr Like one who wKpa tbe drapery nt his conch
N. B. — Agents wanted to sell Alexander
simple elements, give- rise to all the ten About him, and lire down to pleasant ilreamee." appointed to submit a plan for running the farming interests in many sections. Campbell'« Popular Lecture« and Addresses.
the Christian Messenger for the ensuing The cattle have, to some extent, been
thousand complex and complicated com
year. Committee, T. D. Humphrey, kept poor for tbe lack of feed, and «*-
pounds Been around ns.
D. Stump and A. W. Lucas.
pense has been incurred of about one
The science of the inind itself opens
From the Apostolic Times.
On motion adjourned to half past dollar per head per month to send them
up a vast field for thought and research.
It is possible to be in repoee and vet
over the mountains, requiring an outlay
R. R. PARRISH,
Its capacities, its powers and the laws Lave one’s Ufa- be a constant activity. t waive o'clock.
which many who exhausted their means
Met pursuant to adjournment.
of its workings give rise to various sub- j An undue nervousness is not healthy
Committee appointed to submit a last yeor in discharge of debts were
ordinate sciencesand first of which is 1 action. We need to hold the vital and
the science of social life, Which has not spiritual forces in repose on many oc plan for running the Messenger, made not able to meet, and poor cattle have
been reduced'to very definite rules, but . casions. To be able to sit, still in a the following report, which was adopt been slaughtered. Following this a
Which is taught us by our mothers from ! graceful position in the presence of ed: That Prof. T. F. Campbell lie loss of crops this year leaves many ItatirpeMidmr«*, I
-rA GOOD ARRORTinrr bF—
-our infancy. The most important; four or five others, while great themes elected editor and publisher of said pa withont either cattle or seed, and in
jiractieal feature of this department is are being discussed, is a fine accom lter until the next anunal meeting of the volves those who have saved half crops Mexican Saddles,
politeness, which, though a light coin i plishment. Do not he in a hurry to Bderd, and that he be allowed m remun in expense. These and other similar , Bits, Reina, Spurs, Whips, laishes,
is above par all over Che world. k
j have your say. Reserve your forces for eration for his services the net prooeeds circumstances have affected trade. Marti anal««,
The scienoe of morals points ont and ' the mo«t opportune moment. Any arising from the publication of said pa This good will come out of it, however,
.regulates in detail the duty of man to Christian gentleman will grant you the per: Provided, If Arid net proceeds that it will make the more apparent
Ire«! Ira* ««rtillra.
'his fellow-man in order that they may desired opportunities. It is not your shall exceed $1000 in coin, that suffi- tbe necessity of insuring against^»re- Horre Brush««, Patent Leather, Curryeombe,
dachas. Chamois »kina. Tacks Copper
live peacably and pleasantly together. men of Urge powers and brilliant, Wt- . oient of such excess shall be applied to^cnrrence of these hardships by ember-
of the salary of a finan king in a system of irrigation- which
Mivete, Carte. Kawhitee, SCir-
Political Economy inve«tigates the ents who are always talking and writing. . tri*
rape, Enameled Dock, etc.,
irslivuiual and : Men of one idea are men of a thousand cial agent of the College to be herein will afford ample nurture's* well to cat
science of wealth both individual
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
national. ] Not the degenerate juriitica I wonla Because yon are well adapted after appointed by the Board. Your tle as to grain.
ot partizan strife, bjit the'.true princi-' to write the minutes of a district meet
When we magnify the office of the
R. Bradshaw be employed as auch
:plas of peace and prosperity. •
ing, it does not follow that yon-can con
warm heart in religion, w* ought not to
Entering the department of metaphys duct the Tima», Standard or (¿«arteriy.
ignore or underrate that of the clear
ics we have the science of thought, Be content to work np your present
, ¿racing the prigin of idea« and the con- field well, ami larger ones will then -re ed a committee to confer with W. R.
“Whatever we beg of God/ let ua al
jDwti“*1 a.itl d«jM*uilance analagous to quire your services. The cause is not
HIMES & BACH ELDER,
so work for it, if the thing be matter of
, .the relation / of material things. But- going to wreck everywhere, because yon agent of the College.
Adjonrned to 4 o'clock p. m.
duty, cr a consequent ib industry; for
th« n'ieucia »cientiarum—tbe great sci- are not every where to manage it. Con-
On motion the Board appointed L. L. God loves to bless labor and. ,to reward
cn<A of all koiencew—is the science of I centrete your power* upon some point.
Christianity which teaches » man hi» i in the great vineyard, and work faitli- Rowland; Prof. Campbell, O. O. Bur it, but not to support idleness.”
relation to Ocd. an hi» Fatbar ami I fully ami cheerfully at that point. God nett and 8. C. Adams, as solicitors for
The whole*number of languages and
the College, they to arrange their own
Creator, to Jteus M i his «Ider brothar I will take care of you and the results.
IKI Pr«nl «tr«**.’Fontanal. Oregon.
dialects into Which the Holy Horipknres
and rwV*e<fi«r, to th^earth as bis tem
(T?- ALL KJNDH OF COUNTY PBINTINO
*»T BOOK-BINDING Ju order, *t rere..n»l>lo
porary aiiQ<to, and to heaven a» his final,
June 2tth. 1H7J,
bi« eternal home.
A. D. & A. P. BUTLER
Harness and Saddle
Book & Job Printers,
Stoves and Tinware!
8. L. FENNER & CO
AVE OPi«D AND KSTABLISHEff
a fttove and Tin Store at the above named
with the largest stock of
_£LXk<3. 2BO3C Stove
Eter brought to Polk county, and >t prices m
low ae any place this eide of
ABE ALSO PREPARED TO Do“®0
T r-» T-»
(ÏZ* CorxTBY M ebcsánts Furuialied at the
Lowest Wholesale Rate«.
(T7~ T he P vbijc are invited to Call and Ex-
amiuo BEFORE going elsewhere,<
8 L. FENNER * CO.
N. B. -A ll R xtatsi S' i «ml J ob W or * dona
with NuRtrnyw and Dúpatob *• I am « Practical
8. L. FMNNUL.
Independence. March 27,1871
Time Tests the Merit* of all Things
T he M ost P opuljui M edici »» E xtaät
■ MI.V? JHK XKTBODVCTlQir or
■ V* '
After over thirty yeare trial, the ‘ Ptin Killer,'
m»y 1» «tylod the great medicine of the world,
for there is no region in the globe into which it
lias not found it» way, and none where it hre not
been largely uaedand highly prised. Moreover,
there is no climate to whioh 11 bre not proved*
itself to be well adapted for the' cure of a con
siderable variety of duoasre; it ia admirably >
suited for every race. It has lost none of it«
good name» by repeated trials, but it Continuea
to occupy a prominent puaiticn in every family
medicine cheat; and is «till receiving the moet
unqualified teatimonials to itefrirtue, from per
son« of the highest character and reeponai-
Physician« of the first respectability reoom
it u a moat effectual prejiaration for the extinc
tion of pain. It ia not only tbe bqat remedy ev
er known for Bruises, Cuts, Burna Ac.; but for
Dysentery or Cholera, or any sort of bowel Com
plaint, it is a remedy un»ur|iawuied for efficienev
and rapidity-of action.
In the great citiea of
India, anil other hot climates, it has imcome the
Standard Medicine for all «uch complain Is. aa
well u for Dyspepsia, Liver eofftplainta and
other kindred disorder. For Coughs and Colds,
Canker, Asthma, and Rheumatic difficultiw, it
has proved by the moet abiindant and convincing
testimony, to be an invaluable medicine. No
article ever attained to such unbounded popu
larity. The riwton« »Us for which the Ptta Killer
ia an unfailing cure, aro too well known to re
quire recapitulation in thia advertisement. As
an external soil internal medicine the Pain Kil-
Uer stands unrivalled.
Thirty Year» is certainly a long enough time
to prove the efficacy of any medicine, and that
the Pein Killer 1« deserving of all it« proprietors
claim for it, is amply peeved by the nnperall«!:
popularity it has attained. It la a aure and rffec-
It ia sold in almost every cougtljr in the work*
and ia becoming more and more poor i Mr every-
year. Its healing properties have been tally
tested, all over tbe world, and it nedil only to ti.
known to be prized.
Hold by all Druggists.
Reduced Rates of Ferriage
OF THE SALEM STEAM FERBY.
For each span horaea and wagon .
" ■ ** additional animal....................... ,
home ami buggy.......................
Uve crowing, paid in advance 1
man and burse............................
nix paid in advance..................... 1
twelve crowing, paid in advance 1
J oorc animal. ....................... ..
twelve, paid in advance....... . 1
hog, ai.aep or goat
J l . .