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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1871)
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suns in Tin;
Have We a Heultliy Mail Amoug Vxl
litre F. jhü lessons of the Bible especially
. , be taught.them
In his addi'cssyin Texas, Horae» Gree-
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It is the custom nowadays, in speak
«rural, 1- ai ' ku rou rout county .
eat dare. They will have more to do
ly’soemA to have given a sumiftaryjof ing, of the -physical condition of ths
pier,'as mere readers, Uvati when they -
in moulding society and shaping tho
his eaperieiico, glaaUed from allThe American people, to assume that what
light upon a typographical error in I’ “It is asked, of ull'newspapers -ile-
i religious sentiments of tho coming gen-
y. liis of ljis public and editorial life. ever characteristics belonging to it are
their falvorite nnthqr(1 or joilfn «L No,
1 eratiou than their brothers.
to li«!ytruce«l back to. ^oman; and as
beiiuty in the blemished page gives quiti tiotr of error, that they publish tins re- .He says:
tho casuil observer perceives that
. The walls qf the first story are about
so much of a certain kind of satisf&c.tion
completed, and every thing is 'program« forth as tendrils fruln the vine, trained a» thrv blemish iteeln for that' enables that ou the three first Sunday nights in make for his children is that which we as a people, are subjoct to various
ring satisfactorily. Tho weather con [ by a Christian mother's Counsels', su», the reader to rise for.w moment superior I OctoJ>)W"i871, therirfliall-nppcm' in th«« ’' surrounds their youth, -with-the rational Weaknesses or disorders, the conse
tinues reumikillTy favorable for., prose tained by her prayers apd watered by io the writer, however learned, bril- j heavens a distant light in the shape of » I delights of a1>eaulions, »Wraetive home, quence is that the delicate shoulders of -.t
cuting the work. The only' cause of ■ , the,«lews of^affection tfrom her sympa |iant ol- graceful ho- tuay ba. The read«, great cross.” •„
' Tim dwelling may be small anil rude, woman are weighed down with a heavy
anxiety i.vutlio money necessary to its thizing heart-will grow strong in life er seems to have'the impression, more
What (»oo«l sneh an cxliibiliun of di yet a few flowers .will embellish, ns bundle of complaints and advice,
completion. For this we must look to Lord, and-tlie storms oftemptatiim will or less vague, that lie is himself an ex vine power might accomplish has lint . eMice
fruit trees _______________
will enrich and _ glad-. -J. Against this we protest.- It is nottfour-
• I -, ceedingly clever fellow, ami straight yet been net forth by the fieaveuly hum I des
the brethren and tins friends <if cdiica- beat upon it in vaiq,
it,' wtfifi' grass i>i)d shade are with- teous, to say the least, and besides, the
Fiji the mind of woman with Bibfe way sends a note to tho editor pointing bug who lielieves in signs and signals. in the reach of th# humble^ Hardly assumption is unsupported. When it
tiuii. Will the brethren aeo to it, each
mau as if it was Iris own' individual truth, « ith the knowledge of God anil ont tho error that was in his lust issue..
Indbed.it would rather batheytom- m.y hdior done on a"farm is so profit- comes to a matter of health, the <^ues-
house, that tho mean*, «shall be forth- of Christ, aud her heart with the fifith Everiy journalist knows this of noto, lueilceinctit of terrible Mifffrings and able as that which makes the wife and tion is not one of sex, but of race; arid
and love which this knowledge imparts and has dropped hundreds of such mis forebodings to such of, that class who' children fond and proud of their-liome. although it is undoubtedly, true that nd
Only think, wljeu Mr. Holiday asked \ and tho conversion of «the world will sives, half reaj, into his waste paper J run religious papers of the Harlan,. "A good, practical e^ducafjon, inclu people can long.maintain ijself without
for sixty tlum.-and dollars to gives speedily follow. She need iP)t step out basket, for it is only .people unfamiliar j Ncwmaij, Beecher and Tilton stripe. ding« go«»d ' trade, is a better outfit for healthy fathereq.
railroad on <he west sirtT Of the ri.vef i of lier sphere to accomplish this "Jesuit, with, types who think it worth tlfoir I It would prove to them the existehoc a youth than a grand estate with the ' Have we a healthy man among us ?
fi iq Harrisburg to Eugen«', two pre- Qiiietly and gently, as the dews distill while to rnnkevin ado about an inverted of an ail-poweiful and avenging Go«l a drawback ot—nnp empty mind. Many Yes, us individuals, but lie’ is not what
eitVcts in, Lano'county, including the and ifltuse the buds to open and the letter or u misplaced comma.
fact they have uurnestly desired for gen parents Ua-yb üüjdLftUilUHUShM to ih railed, in currenttalk, “^he average
five cities'named, r&ised the amount in leases ami flowers to apjiear and tho
Typogntphicabaccuracy is impossible 1 orations'and it would recall, in nil' of léfcve tlieir cTfiidren rich, when half the man.” This is tj/e land of patent med- •
two weeks. Wo ask for only twelve fruit to mature,aiml wc perceivo it got, even in words slowly and carefully pre its terrible import, tljo, words of firo sum U his - lavish1 1 wieilil have profited icincs, and thfl supply,, is according to
thousand dollars. Tho friends of the. so her influence will be felt, and its pared; it is unreasonable ta^ili’maiuj it written before the bprrificd vjsion of them far uioru'hTUl it h.-en dovtfièd to ths demand. ,----- ------ —
college in any twtecounties in the xnl- | fruits.will appear 'in making home a in á newspiapcr, the writing and print- , Belshazzar; “J/e»er'mem', 6^.7 ('pLtr- the cultivati«Mi of tbeii'minds, trie en-
There aye two sjieeific causes for the"
‘ ley could raise that amount from thf paradise, and'society pure. Thin u tho ing of which uro mutually done in ! sin. t
iargf'nielit of their «rapru’ities to think, ill-health of men. In the first place,
surplnx witb.-wb.icb the Lord lias bless- i sphere in which they are nearer the haste? The wonder fv that there are
But why discuss it? , Tho prayers op otiserv«', nnd.wflrft. ■■‘Thr1 one structure every man is trying to get on i» life.
ed tlmui this season in tibnndeni crops heart of humanity than any other,— s<5 few mistakes. Let 'the reader re- ' ! the wicked avnilcth nothing, and here that u<> ueigliborliood eiin afford to do We begin when we are boys; No one
aiiiliucveascd price of grain, wool aud where thejr true power, gentleness anj fleet for a moment that every letter or. comes some old ossified free-lover, full, without is the school-house.
is born to a place in «moiety. Every
stock. Thera are earnest, energetic' love, may l>e exerted to the best advan this page is produced by a 'Seperate of bigotry and superstition, ami asks
‘‘A small library of well-selected one is told Ind feels that he must make
. 'men who. are spending their time and tage for the good of home and human fSb'ce of metal so small that only the - onmifioti nce for an uapecial display of I.... Rs. in the house" hai sated many JI for himself u place, aud also, that he
-Tjimiry to’flr- toiuplish flits work. While », ity.- tn th«—domestic--circle woman nio't .skillful fingers c.in liandb' it dex- power in his favor! The impiety of thet..y>outh from wamlering into tKe baleful
may ctep higher pp,-he is continually ""
Vithffnt nt»' framing excuses to justify , holds n Mcred power—a sefiptre that irously. Tho slightest displacement * I thing is only surpipicd by its supremo witys.of the prodigal son. Where pa-
aiming at a star rather than a tree, or
tlu iCselve.-t ill withholding whut they must full, powcless from her liund, the of one of these slender strips of lead
sacrilege, and ho /who makes- the «e- ternal strictness an<^ severity would often exhausts himself in seeking that
• might and ought to contribute, these moment she forgets the high preroga worihl'"’inevitably cause a' blunder.
I quest is better fitted for. the niad-house have bred nothing but dislike, and a which-is still beyond hi m,
parti«’» With ready liands, liberal minds tivo of her sex to claim the heart’s How easy it is to drop .a type, or mis-
fixed resolve to abscond at the first op
than-tlwi« pulpit. —
In the second place, the pleasures of
.‘and generous hearts ate laboring and | «arniest utl'eetiona,-nii<l.g«ws forth into place it- or dent it. Even after the
portunity, good books and pleasant sur- men often juju re them. The young
pinning and giving to the enterprise, the etorm-tosscil world "of business, or proof-reader has ■ corrected his proof-
Tift: B ucket or B iloona ^—¿Every
4'uunding.s have weaned many a youth man at college rows himself out of
AS ill noj th«' brethren -.emulutc their enters lire fearful vortex of jiolifieal sheet all these>. chaneos nud a hundred person knows that wars between nations
from his'flrstTWfkl impulse to go to sea health, while the mau of business mis
n. bb'.; viijiph■ " Wh. n-a■ s<-Heitor vis- strife.
others, are possible. In correcting one has often arizen"from the"most trifling or cross tho contTnent", and make liitn takes excitement for pleasure. There
it*.yoiy.. 1—ve by you a liberal douatiop . q )1(,
designutes^icr"“post of error in the types it is the commonest «■»uses. when thousands of human be
a docile, contented, obedient, happy
, v.liicl: io:i I i'.« | r< viobsly determined firm or nud nseftiiness;
her rfnt <le- accident for'ttio compositor to disar- ing?, alike ignorant aud innocent ot its lingerer by the parental fireside. In muflt'bo something pungent and almost
. .yl,j-t-.‘vc f-1 : <
U-j. 5gTt ft fy tecymg a7rff kiers ad ver, fmrr rang e- a word in a iio t hor- p a v t o f Tlul— origin, hired by its ifttihors, armed svith a fam il y,.- howe v er rieh or poor,- no oth- acrid about even the occupations of a
day "of TeTsfire."" Th»ro is no time tn ~
murderous weapons and Iffeessautly ex-
iipotby you ^execute a . «t fb0.-en««»«f-a royal erownjind a re*») text.
er good is sb cheAp or so precious as I these days for one to sit iu the sun aiid
fiote f«>r w hatever sum Jon ought to , throne erected for her in the domestic
I orcised in the use of them, are marched
Then proof readers are mortal into the presence of a similar host,' thoughtful, 'wutehfill love.”
i;oiitiiliute, fix your-tikie fom paying it ,-irelc of every homo by: a husband,
• sing old songs.
is nothing easier in this world, when both, being stimulated by flaming
an,I i .-hiui the mou'ey on note, as the ¡ children’and friends. Not’ will she, if
T he . L ost GxfrEEoN.-T-By ’ the last
Something more is charged upon -
case nub l>«i. mullet him go his way. ,/ fnlty and truly educated. Panoplied lying not excepted, than not to sec n addresses aud often ¿Tcited by »rdbnt steamer from Panama, Capt. Parke#, women. In her devotion to fashion it
We hope to\sec the work couiplete'd with the whole armor of God, she will • mis print until «it is too late to amend spirits, destroy-einfli other like iufuri-. Superintendent of , tlie Pacific Coast is said that she renders herself unfit to
we fpeotly desire 4» t wietfin migfiityrafittnicu-fDr good, witfp- JC" »nd 7 then the blunder ' 'that -a ter i t igervi. ' TiH 'i i, a lt er <mo |«« rl y w W re ak i ng C ste p as yi arri V sd in Abie
Jbivt- th.' .tifoney collected dr at least • UH1 U,
-attain- escaped the keencnest eye always has overcome, the other,?glorying jfr the city from n trip to Ecuador,---to- make men f Has not .indulgence* as often,,
1 - «4 to
. . oi.o.i
ox. ¡> rtifeiil»,
r I « her example
•- « will
• « • ' « be positively * the fa'cnlty of becoming tjie most prom slaughter, hail their leader«u bero, ujld ■invesife^ations-,into'the matter ot the ruined the father as fashion the mother ?
cost I bo-
inent thing on the pS^o. An author or I
fore oecnpying it.
bad. Parents, save ypur daughters .proof-reader may revise and re-revisa, | not unfcequently do that which irieiid» wreck of tlie Spaujsh galleon- Leocadia
at i l'oint Santa Elena,
NEW THIS WEEK
would khudder to think of namely, re which went»down
-from following or giving such example
f . dvxatxuv
and nt the end find that .lie has over .. ........... ,______ ____ , , . . . .
.iQ of Kcuàd
Ecuador, in the year
tliaiiks to the AlL'ighty, for bav- oft' tiie coJK
by training them pi the Bible, and by looked some serious flaw. This is true of turn'
Tii'llic Bibb', *(>man"to judebted for sending thenj |to college nt a proper
ing enabled them thus to destroy their 18it2, with nehrtv four millions oFtreaxy
_ tli<. hif'li b"«'iul position sllVl’now occn- apo, where they will receive instruction books as well as newspapers.. There his --si>ecies,.aq<l to produce an uiuonui oT j-iire7,u bpurd. The captain reports very
Mó.raiuth, : : Polk Connty, : : Orsg«m.
Yi . 1: pur«-—suit ra<T«f1 teachings pertaining to tly> facts of that sacred
misery,- us evinced in the «bricks of the , encouragingly^ It is- estimated that
any considerable si¿é, free from typo wounded, the'ngo*ie*of the dying, the nearly three millions of treasure iu
:■ -.sign.Ao l:er a sbitfon of honor'and a and holy volume!
, ■ ,
V ACVLTV :
graphical blemishes,— Every Saturday. uniH.t.cjidile pangs of widows, and the Spanish dottur» still remain, there hav-
sphere of usofuln« .-‘specnliarly adopt- •
T. F.. CAMPBELL,
THE 01,1» FAUHKANKI» MOTHSR
c«l to her patient, Confiding and sensa-
untolfl. sufferings of orphans that ing.been A very considerable amount' 4>RK«ii>r.xT and raovDMoa or bible histobv
Hom 11. F. Underwood.
tive nature. And it requires that she'
would suffice to draw tears from de- already taken from the slrip. Bho-was
Thank G,od! some of us - have old-
shall be-ipialifi silo sustain the respon
nwxia. And all this for what? Why, laden with tho annual - crown revenues '
JAMES C. CAMPBELL,
E vof . ne C ity , O keoon , I
fashioned mother. J Not a »uuiau flE
—Sept. 13Th, 1871. I
sibilities and discharge the duties as-
TïteAjmericatîFrovîuci*« iïl tlte lime - raorEsaoa or MATuniATmi xxd astbonomt .
at one time, according to Jasso, aihkaH Irom
iiainted. with ’
Mu.. E ditor .—The statement copied
ifp^ied her v. ith no less care^thaji mail
j is degrading to repeat it—because some* sfie went down, arid although, so long's
T. F. CAMPBELL, (Pro Irm^ire.)
responsibilities and duties. I 1 into your, columns from the Salem her chignon, her curl and bustle, whose Ì thieves of Modena stole a bucket b.-loti, time has eliip»-«! eihCS, her loaa. h.'W
--sao» or OBXBM AXD LATril lano »*'**3’
aauu vacari is sun y«re»erve<j in tne suite ol preservation, 15 be lies In aooiv
» si > i.rrxKArcBB.
_ , ' _ 4 A.
fashioned, sweet-voiced mother.
of insfl’netten aridTrntlet hOTgo.” .“To-i . rc«jfc Hu.dceltnes to-engage. in ..public ohl
four fathoms Of water, snngtv wejlgefl.
TEACUBB. Ol- MASO AND VOOAt MUnec "
ill wh"se clear J.-ptiis tie i Uathedral of Modeua, a memorial of n
get wisdom, to’ get understanding-nnd debate with me. But lie. lias proposed!
singuinary war, and of the evils attend tietween two ridges of rocks. The
Miss MATTIE CAMPBELL,
--- foiHljet-it nof." "J’o prove nil -things to alternate with me in giving ipubli«^ love .light shone, and brown hair, j ing tho most terrible of all human de wrecking eonyjany, it 1« hardly neces-
mwisixx'T-T&uiuaa or fiaxo abb vocal mcsic ,
nndliold fast th.it which is good.? In-' ' lectures. As'tbis plan w«5uld fail tb se"
.sary'to sin-, is coiuposid of San Fran
and te ^ chib or. ovn.ut.
deivl every admonition and exbortutign cure a hearing for riiy views by that on her faded cheeks. Those dear hands, i
ciscans, whojiave secured letters from
touching moral and intellectual excel class I sin the most desirous of meeting,
A C ity B uilt by K ings .—Munich is. the proper authorities, grunting them
firing steps in childhood and smoothed
the roost beautiful city iu Germany, as the sole privilege of raising treasure r i ^RE LOCATION OF THE COL-
lence and Christian worth is addressed who will not attend liberal lectures, Î-
far as art can make it so; for here three
r«^ her in a spirit ■ f tenderness, ch'arac- have declined to'accede to his proposi-
I ' lege is C entral , Acctnubix
memory of an qld-fasliioned mother, i generations of Kings, who»e chief pas from the wreck within a given time.
and B eautiful .
tcristic of a Father’s lovef ' ,
T ojiacco sand B oys .—It is a sight
B. F. U nderwood .
The rolling prairie on which it is aitnated ir
sion was art. having lavished the State
Hence the importance of teaching . .
perfume of woodland blossoms. The | treasnries j'n laying off splendid Streets altogether too frequent to see half-grown laainded I>y umber, bordered with a serrated
hoi-the Living Oracles that she may
ef towering fir*, marling the Connie ot i
anisic ofrsome other voicas mty.b3.lost; i and gardens, iu erecting magnificent boy's engaged in smoking cigarB and fringe
the JÁTckimute, four mile« south : the Wil
know these duties and perform them.
two miles east, and the Laciwole. six
The following statement of taxes lev
buildings,, monuments .and statuary, pipes, often of thq,rankest and strongest mile« north ; while the oak hill«, with their dense
An unjust and injurious preference is
one above another, in solemn
frequently shown by parents in favor of
.and., above all, in collecting from all
gramieiir. aotbe mein rang*, in full view, twenty
their sons by giving to them all the by R. M. May, treasurer of Polk coun will fade away aud be forgotten,, but parts of the world ..rich- treasures of upon tho following’fact: A French miles, «liaunt. The Casasde range, too, rising
ndvantages of a finished education, ty, with the further statement "that the hers will shine on until the light from paintings atid curiosities. Mn^eh physician has investigated the effect of from the Valley to the east, stretches away for
eiidity 'or one hundred miles to the snow-elad
heaven’s portals shall glorify our own.
vliilo. the" daughters are stinted in county is ont of debt, anti with funds
boosts ot having at leaste one public smoking on 38 boys, between the a*y> summits of Mounts Hood, Jefferson, and the
When in the fitful pauses of busy life,
“ Throe Bisters”--all in fair view from the Col
knowledge and dwarfed in intellect.
bnilding in every style of architecture.
distinct lege premise«.
Apart from tlie unwise" preference and tho collections can be made for the cur- ■ qur feet wander back to the old
VMV square v> which
»» invìi is inclose^
The lofty range immediately west, breaks tlie
• homestead, and crossing the well-worn entirely—lij^ Grecian building», afte^ symptoms of narcotic poison. . In 22 soa-breeze,
positive wiaing, there is a general cvij rent year.” '
and givoe, in thia locality, only a
threshold, stand once morh in the low,
wind from the north or south'. With a
/»rowing ont of this neglect of female as rctiiru«! by tho Assessor, #l,H0!>.972 00.
the throe style« «f ancient architecture. there were serious disorders of the cir gentle
genial and bracing climate, a fertile soil, a popu
education spreading its hnrtful iuflu- Whereupon the Court fixed the levy aLlwelve
They are in white marble, and accord culation, indigestioni dullness of intel lation distinguished for industry and moral
mitts mt—the ttothw, for tttaie, Nchool, and ence, bow the feeling of childish inno
—end removed from the diversions and
enre tfironglfsccfcty anil appearing in County
ingly present in all respects the ap lect, and a markml'appetite for strong I worth
temptations of a city -the surroundings are all
the increasing cases of divorce and gen-
pearance of an ancient Grecian square. -
cost favorable for health, virtue, and proftriency
and we kneel down in the molten sun
cral Infidelity in the country.
The Roman, the earlier and later Goth tion; in eight decided deterioration of in every department of stiuly.
The College i* under the care of a Board of
The smattering of literature, scarcely Whole number of Polls........... .
ic, and Norman styles are all well rep blood; in 12 there was frequent epis Trustees, who will spare no pama to make it
exleiifled beyond a , series of school
resented. The Basilican church is per taxis; 10 had-dùrtnrbedjdeep, and four EQUAL TO THE DEMANDS OF THE AflE.
WnAt is the D ifference ?—Between
readers, otrtv prepares them to become unbelief, disliWief, Deism, Atheism, knelt by our Another's knee, lisping haps the greatest masterpiece of that had ulceration of mucuous membrane The Members of thu Faculty an competent, en
“our Father.” How many times when
ergetic, and devoted to tho Canse of Edncation.
kind. There are also several Egyptiun of the mouth.
enamored of the light and trashy Ijtera- in fidelity, and skepticism? To with
the tempter lnres us on has the memory
*ure fonnd in novelettes and sensational I hold assent to Christianity is unbelief;
and Chinese structures. Of aneient
J u » t , his T rade .—The Rev. George
of those sacred hours, that mother’s . Athens, anotlier of the Arc ol Constan
journals, w ' kiw teulcncy is to vitiate to reject it in judgment is disbelief; to
Vo* THF. sumom or
words, her faith, and prayer, saved us tine in Rome, and 'another a Norman
the mind, corrupt the moi^tls and dis- reject the Bible and essay to learn from ■ from
gate, in the vicinity of- tho city. The
plunging into the deep abyss of
and 1 8 7 2 i
qniliiTy the.unfortunate victim fur 77*
day was stormy, snow falling heavily.
” the will of God * is
‘ ' ; to sin. Years have filled great drifts be- structure of the sixteenth centnry.
SIXTH SESSION OF CHRISTIAN
deny the existence of God is athmini, j t seen her and us, but they have not
T he F irst A dvaxc «.—“He gave the Mr. More was enveloped in a Spanish F11HE
1 College will open on the first Monday (4tli
If it objected, that many educated Infidelity extends over' the whole and '
1871, and Oto«* on Wednee-
hidden from our sight the glory of her
dav before the third Sunday in June, 1872.. ,
< ir.> n ure b living their appropriate apj'lie« to each step, or to all, from the 4
first advance.” No, sir; yon afe mis his neck and shoulders. These loose 4 Tho Session willconnstof two terms of twenty
pure unselfish love.
•i< liiijtig .vide their crown frf ' beginijing oí nnbelief to the end of i
taken. it is his privilege to make the garments,, covered with Bnow and wooks each, with a rcoea* of one week foir
iix ilesty ii «<1 ftyeriosping tfio bonnds of ' atheism. F Jhc skeptic
... jumps and _ dances
A ction and I naction .—Men who first advance if he chooses;obut that is waving in the blast, started the horse of Chriatmaa lioliiiaya, aud an intermediate ex- •
ruination and renewing of claetios at the end of
Il true 1»dy*H approtiiata sphere, the ’ ' up ami down .the schedule from unbe- ’ have half a dozen irons in the fire are
not the way that Jesus puts it. He a commercial traveler who chanced to the first term.
,misner is, flint tljey are only partially i lif to atheism, sbmet.'mes one side up, j •not the ones to go crazy. It is the man
says, "If thy brother sin against thee,
«■«IncAteil. Their better pat'jne has | then the other, gud i? he is an apt of voluntary or compelled leisure who
tuition i > eb term :
go and teil him his fault.” Yon must and commenced to throw ite rider, who
.i i ■. he
ill. ii.- 1.:
—i x ! mopes and pines and thinks himself
tiean suffered to Ml. inte decay
the | scholart
.expense of their jnirqH. Th«iyhave sot honor—“Fool.” Hisgr*duaW5?f'Speech i into the madhouse or the grave. Mo go to him, and no» wait for him to come devih »ir!” "May be,” said Mr. More, Primary
HcxIiag Beriee, Practical Aridi-
drunk drafts of wi»d'>nl froiff thc fonn/ is short, “There is no Gofl."
- mette .-............................................
tions is all nature's law. Action is' ningagainst you, he has thrown him “for it’s just my trade.”
tain of life; they liavc'hot learned that
Preparatory Bepartment — Algebra
J man’s salvation, physical and mental;
self under the power of Satan, and can
Gaology, Botany, Zoology, Aatron-
A piece ot“ Iron paper,” a thousand
¿¿¿The fear of tJmLord is the. beginning
G one E ast to G raduate .learn and yet nine out of ten are wistfully not easily release himself. But yon
otny, Englieh Compoaition, I Altin
ft wisdom ”
«flint Mrs. Haa'telle left -for the Easí I looking forward to the coveted hour
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T . h ‘. -fTi' d to' receive the first, - Sift-urday n*cnuing~wilh tlie inte.irti»n I when they shall have leisure to do noth aye'yet free, and there is nothing to an inch thick, was sent from this coun
Collegiate Department—Foil College
try to the International Exhibition ut
witlii'nttevhich do one is truly to" contíñno tlte stiply of medicine at ing’—the very siren that has lured to
Cours* .,.. ................ ....................
1 if their fault or their mishu« Bellevue ÚMlege, New York, -fkrenry. loath many a “succesuful” man.' He ing to save him; that is, nothing but London in 1851. But English workman Music, on Piano...................
ship has attained a far more remarkable Use of Tlano..........................................
In many families tlie Bible lios
..only i* truly wise who lays himself out
shelf M?»jn montirtd month with i M usical '•AcAMMY.-w-Prei. McGib- to woefc tili life's latest hour, and that is yourself from this by going to him.
result, in the production of a sheet of
Voeal music; daily lessons, free to all.
Tuition strictly in advance, as follow*:,
In . onr connnoa bony re-opened, his Musical Aeadevay on , the num rtbo will live the longest, and
At a juvenile party in Lowell, one lit iron so thin that it require* four thou
For ten weeks, or half term, must be paid on-
ro< t -iinki.<>-.vn m a text- the 19th ¿cat. „We hope he «KÍli.b«. lib ffill live to .mast purpose,
tle fellow rejoicing in the splendor of sand eight hundred such, to make an entering the Hcliool, sial like payments to be
at the commencement of each half term
k.f. i ■
- .v o onr colleges tench it. ; erally pstroajved.' -Are*'
hi* new'clothes, sidled up to another inch in thickness. It is thè thinest made
to the close of the -------
Tho Pullman conductors on (He with the triumphant remark, “You sheet iron ever rolled, and measures ten
Hoiw^bnn iiu they learn the loasons.of I
Board can bo kiwi in private families at from
-Uaioa-Pacific railrowl aVerag^two thou- ain’t dressed lit) well as Iang, "‘Weil,"- inches in length, by .five and a half in' Ì3JM) to »4.00 jier week.
" vi8<l<>ii>amli rwJenee^M'4lfujselyreatter»d I
orotigh ria holy png««’ Uost "to Uieja | T" ffliifWi JIKuliim* vAj.ii'Jii steíTGy'"«mí<J IL'f»« hundred ¡trait* per week, > • retorted the other', “ I can lick yon * wÍdflüT' Tt weighs only twenty grains.
- th ■ larger and Letter half of ed'uea- Bev. X. P. PeVore, on.Sunday, Sepie*- grew» aggregate of one bwdred and anyhow.”
Get your Mioked glass ready for the .
. , eight/ thosarid per yea;, or »f’M'0
■«'«p. yhe error sliould be ; cDuamed. ' her 17 th, at ten o'clock a . m .
The »rincess of Wales has revovered next eclipse, which is to lie a total Wax-Work, *
Onr xlVTsaliOtiM roeelVA »11 Mie advig
7*her» sre two eenMry plant* in full eevan limes »round
- a —
I from her rheumatism, and tlie 'Alex shrouding of the sun and visible in the
of a collegiate ednention, ax f»Uy bloom at the Mi^aias- of San Gabriel.
Two thirls of th* worn on ..in.
! andria limp' is coUse«|nently no longer United States. ' It will como off '
jud ns completely as onr boys.
Is»« A ngcle«.
naylnmeare wives ot farmers
I the thing in fashionable circles.
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