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Oil RISTI AN
NI ES8ENGE R
. JUNE 3£), 1870.
.enforcc the»o teachings, many per either to suspend tho work of the fpread by"a stiff breeze blowing in tned with smooth, broad walks run dustiial features tliat are in a,certain
sona-couliiiue to look upon tliis^ or University till the accrueing pro from the ocean.
• ning in every direction. Flower BonsF'original; at ,least Uhis Avayi the
k It has been tho custom at the dinance as a matter of fellowship,
L>. T. STAN LE
beds and borders of varied color a, nd impression made upon mo frol|n a
' Annual Meetings' in this State to one with another. Hence, -they are
i rhouhi liquidate the debt, or curtail" crossd the bar, and I leave the suc diversity ’ of arrangement givo a hurried glance at th« tables, clocks
T. F. CAMPBELL, A ss ’ t E ditor . I take a public collection for the inclined to examine one another and
the expenses by abolishing certain ceeding two days of our travels a pleasing variety and arejnlej-spersed and fire places of beautiful green
benefit of some aged brother. . Thia
not eat, instead of'examining them-t 'departments nnd
professorships, blank to.-bc filled in by those who, everywhere. It was an hour well malachite, and from hex bronzes rep
year bro. Harris .was ma.hr tho re- selves aud eatings us the Apostle has ■
FRID a Y, JUNE 30, W7G.
spent and I ahull never regret the resenting mounted. Cossacks, and fur
sinkins fund have had a 'similar* experience.
, cipient of ¡825 thereby, aud with bis
directed. Nothing could be more which should, in time, Itquidule the
As our steamer entered the Golden time passed there. We leave this clad natives in sleighs ; but it is too
OIR aims .
characteristic •generosity, he gave
erroneous, and few things fraught I indebtedness. Tire latter course was Gate a most” magnificent spectacle city soon to journey on and on, J early yet to write of this exhibit, it
.-of this amount, to the with more evil. - We are npt respon
1/ To k adi s !y advocate the tcachiiigs of tho
will be at least » week before the
adopted, and tire Commercial College met our sight, Tie passengers, had wish it were forever.. ’
C hristian M essenger , for which
Bible, iu the
2. To eaiueHtly plead for the.unipn of all paper will be sent to the poor and
Tho Austrian Art display is ey-
selves, which only increases tiro ini- ; ■ fessorships In tire Collejje of Arts. tween the lights on either side and
Christiane- <ni ib.f Bible, alone.
3. To jMdnt out evili in the church and sug into paits of the country destitute of portance of out watchfulness over . A resolution for abolisliing the Col- as the multitude of twinkling, gas ‘ (FROM OCR IlEOlLAIlfORhEsroitDENT.)
citing much interest Among con
preaching. We have been talking
gest a remedy..
^ . . .
noisseurs and artists, it seems to bo .
To koep our readers ported on the move about missionary work, home-and
The few days of warm weather, pretty generally conceded that ono
We are-pained to be compelled to | cussed, but, we are thankful to sayj1 Were entering the enchanted land of
ments of the broUieihdbd ih this state and
foreign, and while talking bro.
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speak of another great impropriety,“1 was lost.
the Arabian Nights. Sailing slowly during lire past week have made those of the finest as.it is the largest pict- .
Harris h«s d<me more than all of us.
5. To entertain and iuairuqt tliA-^onng.
to say the least. Some, especially
There was no extraneous pressure in, tho double rows of lighted lamps who are able to leave the hot, close ure on exhibition is in the Austrian
6. To-give a brief eummary ^f^tate new» apd There is no more successful way of
young persons, seem to take no of any kind, all warfare against the changing and scintillating in the city look toward the mountains and collection. The subject is Venico
spreading the Gospel, than -by cir*
thought whatever on the matter, IJoaid having ceased. It was recog distant darkness made a sight which the sea. Many permanent and ‘tem doing homage to Catharine Carnaro/
• 7. To make this the’leading religious paper
on41.t Pacific coast, either at the Same or any 1 , culatiwg our papers where they will but simply partake of those emblems, nized that the chief want of the in impressed me with thy beauty of a porary residents of Philadelphia are the young ex-queen of the isle of
do the most good»,
either as a-mafter of duty or-mère stitution, is the confidence of the scene of which I littd beard much, preparing to spend the summer at Cyprus who abdicated the kbronef..
Atlantic city and Cape May. The
LMli t'EJUST «X I KAOROIN \RY. *
Bro. Thos. 1*. Haley, of St. Joseph," form. We actually saw two young brotherhood, that should bring to it but- never appreciated until seen famed. Stockton House, the largest upon the death of her husband, and .
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made a free gift of her relam to tho
Mo., moves in jhe-.UituiU'aa) that persons, not many days ago, engaged the-patr'onage of former days. With with my own eyes. • ' ,
Gliding pa^j, the great thorough hotel on the Atlantic coast, was Venetian Republic. This picture
XVe dill ^end the M essenger -to several of the Strong -churches of in having a lively time»; but?- when out this increased patronage, there is
opened at the latter place on Monday
was painted by Johrf Markwrt, of
tliorenot now smbscribers/rom the time that stale, send their pastors out as tire brother came around with the nothing in the action of the Board fares whicR‘tepresent the commerce
14th inal. and the preparation ak.
'^st, the Iong2
long! twin rows of
.A'ic-iuia, and .contains forty life size
in received to Jan. miirioj’nries two months in tire year emblem-of thp »bed blood-"of Christ, that will save the institution from of the YYjht,
all places of summer resort TndicatC
i, i*;;/ ONLY ONE DOLLAR, and allow their salaries to go oh. they became'sober a moment to par an early suspension and subsequent shininj lamps reaching from the that the proprietors expect patron figur«B-adinirably grouped and dis
tributed, on the piazza of Saint Mark,
h» lb«, time.. 1ft- Other . brethren are seconding, the
ttt'ight^fljijrind and the ever shifting age in spite of-the rivalry" -of Fair where’Cat hnr i ne Garrmro sits and
subseribe. Let us .roll up at least a movo and it is probable tEaFTTmaj’ -their faces to bi^a their inerrinvent
mount l’ark. The watering places
pft»oramni&of the thousands of
receives .with gracious regal compos
thousand new names ufider this tm- be carried out. Who can estimate with renewed vigor. How we felt
no doubt, deplete tho half filled
stariy lights coming and going all
ure the floral offerings of the Vene
parallelyd offer. Will all our readers tfie good that may be accomplished in the very depths of our heart to
B e Q. II. M. “Waller was in. town, ovej the great city was enough to hotels of Philadelphia.
tian maidens, and the dignified hom
show this to their friends that they in this way. All the plans and pity them,' and pray God to have
The temperature of a furnace, and
make One believe that Alladin had
may avail themselves of this oppor theories for Home Missionions may mercy upon their thoughtless souls. last Wednesday. >
age of the Veneti®» statesmen.
Older brethren sometimes set a
Brp. Stanley , has gone to the here tried’ the wonderful power of
tunity-to take the M essenger on yet fall into nothing’uess before this
’ The oiost prominent picture in tho
his magic lamp, and behold the re- may be endured a day or two, for American collection is RollreTmer».1
trial at a low fraction of its value.
more practicable way of evangeliz bad- example, by engaging in con- Marion and Linn county meetings.
We make this offer, belieytng that ing. When such Tnen as Tr P. versatigli—Àui—business„matters, . __ Bro. O, F, Knox and' lady arc in suit? I was forcibly reminded all
BlrOTg and wide, spread, but the flesh -battle of Gettysburg, it is of iinniens^
no family after having read the pa Haley, G. W.Tongan, Wilkes, Hop- possibly connected with tho success our burg.. We welcome them, but the while and'the words kept ring
is weak aud the spirit becomes di»- izet occupying an entire side ,of ,fhe
per for it few-months, will be billing son, Eno»-Campbell, and numerous of the meeting, during tire time that u'rieve-that sister Knox is seriously ing in my ears.
gusted with from two to ten dollars room in which it is exhibited, but tho
to do without it in, future. We are others are turned loose for sixty days should be devoted to that self ex-, unwell.
“ The night has a thousand eyes.
per day for a single room without picture is not pleasing in effect. Tho
Bro. Buchanan has returned from
determined to have 3000 subscribers^ agalnb(, the kingdom_of darknesa, amination soi- necessary to prepare
The day but, one,
.board. Thia ¡B.the rate al the hotel d< pairing courage with which a
by the beginning of the new year, if Satan will tremble. Thè-idea is just themselves to partake, hot unworth- Eastern Washington, but reports
Yet tiie light of the whole world dies i . ,
handful of confederate soldiers throw
When the day is dope."..,
—a tir et cla se paper at low ,li gures w i lt as practicabl e e ls ew h ere— in O r ego n- ily, but discerning the Lord’s body. that he has found the’proruiauig land
- ‘T írelo i s a steady Lut ve ry alow 1 th. nr’clve s » g a in s t th e . i u tw C W
a «, iff I zv v* 4z.v*z»zia
—as in Missouri.-» .AYhilc our theor Don’t do it, brothreffj^ you" “may up there and expect» to remove „his
My poor words are inefficient to increase in the
daily attendance at position of superior forces is very
’ Send 81.00 in coin by registered ists are talking and raising money mean well, but you aro injuring family hence soon. •
tell of tfye beautiful scene; but I felt the exposition. A large proportion powerfully depicted. But the ques
* letter or 81»10,by postal money order enough to send one man . to some those who are weak and thereby
Bro. WArren, late of Ohio,, but all úe wa^lroes-brighltress, and it is
of th» v'isitots are from the country tion may well.bo asked, .why all this
on Dsttas, at our risk?“ ”
' foreign land to convert a dozen "doing wrong. "“
now of Washington Territory, was a treasure of remcmbrance,that.At:ill
and sfirroundmg towns. With wise canvas of horrors, cui bonof Tho
•in attendance at our State Meeting often give me'pleastrrtt ~~
heathen in a year, hundreds of.
Our Annual Meeting.
provision they bring their satchels representation -of human agony, of
Bro. Boothby .desires to-express
and preached some telling sermons. Remained in San Francisco some
missionaries may be put to work in
with them, and after they have filled men dying from wounds and thirst,
his thanks to the brethren of Wasli-
- The.Annual Meeting of tho dis He also expects to be at the Annual
days, during which tjmo we were t|ie aching void above their shoulders and covered wjtli strceining gore, i»
our own country—where tjre Gospel
ijjgton Territory! for their uniform
ciples in the State of Oregon,, closed Meetings pf Marion nnd Linn
needs to be preached as badly as
occupied in seeing the sights of tiie with, knowledges of the industries of liot the province of art. Nopleasing —■
kindness tp 'him during his recent
at Dallas on . lire 26th inst. Not counties.
city. Quite a party of Oregon folk the world, they sit down and fill the or eiino ling emotion is excited, only
any where on earth—-who may be in
tour among them. -He“reports many
withstanding tire gloomy forebod
strnmental in converting moro than/
Bro- Boothby attended tire Wash spent, with us, neat half a day in the aching void below. Many .visit horror and aversion. Tlierci» a long
warm friends of the M essenger , and
ings of many, thq meeting was, in
a dozen thousands in a few months.
ington Annual Meeting arid brought Wood ward’sy Gardens. I"'tpmfess, ora-from the ci’y also bring their stride in-art between the aggravated
man^r respects, quite successful.
' that they, ar« Zealously at work to
The idea is -such a sensible ope, that
back subscribers and good cheer for re’uctantly, that the Gardens did not luncheon-with them, they have al) horrors of lhis'blood.y daub and the
increase its lists ref subscribers and
There was a good, attendance i>t
realize my expectations.. The Art heard of the charges of the^centen- picture-in tho Austrian department,
we hope to see it carried out
the M essenger .
preaching-- Lrethren,^wLile the aud- <
thereby increase its usefulness.
appealing with calm incessA&t power
Gallery was not so large as. I expect u ial rCs t a u ra n t s.
ifinces were fair iu numbers nearly
The Tin kAli cafe was opened lasl lb the purest emotions.
tire.. Baccalaureate .Address at Cor
’ We have received ‘Uiç Ifoftdi
The first number of the Christian all of the time, and too large o'n vallis College this week. He will birds and the birds of be.iutifnHpln- week-and having read wiien a boy
It has been arranged that the
Yhiczr which has been presumed by
Lordla days. The shed would je.at
bro. vVafshj Rt Kin»fou,N. Cípiftw- ~ 'feffw itLieceived. Tt ¡Ba monthly comfortably ■ spine two thousand spend tire next two months traveling mage,.twittered and sang and shook about the excellence of the coffee, I- ■ -fourth’ of J»»ly cerpmonie» shall take =-.
newspaper, published from Smith-
its suspension'. It is neatly gotten field' V. (' , and cditiyf by bt-o. J. J. persons, but from one-third to one- -m the interest of Christian College their brilliant featbefs while Kate ordered a cup, it was brought, with» place in the square behind Indepen
■_- tqt m pa'n i p t ilev fot-re, woo—wre- wlsl>
finances,* and *"we trust may be and I stood by looking upon them in out siigag or creant, in a tiny vessel dence liatTwnd upon Clicstfiut »treit-
IfATpcT and sister Swtlic -R; Dixon. halt of the ■pcuplt'wwcic Unable - to.
mtito ”sdnriratTon. “CttmirwU Tele- thaTdid not hold more than'three nrfront. There Js but little space in
it-Bucccs», as bro. Welsh ^certainly
It is a lively little paper, and dis find seats either Lord’s day. . In the
de^^yeS the support of the brethren
Bro. Gano Kennedy has accepted graph hiil andTrom thefcTiaiT a fine tablespoonsfull, bill It contained, Philadelphia for a grand pageant.
claims all intention to work in op- main, the preaching was good, the
of hii rtato ^ bts old dayr, after
pogiriou in Tierce Ctrirtian Col view of the <-ity. t ime back to our more of the cxhiWiH-iiig essertcc tlutn The strcelsare narrow audit is im
position to the HdteA 7bicer,ind we audreuccs attentive’, but .the results
hotel through China town and came is found in a quart of the chicory and possible fof more than a tithe of the
•pending a lifeTn’’ Are service of his
would be glad to' see it suceeed ; but in the way of conféssibns, not so lege, College City, Cal.
to the conclusion that San Francisco bean concoctions that they serve, al. population>to witness the parade.
Master. He is now working under
Bro. Judge Dunham, has been
as North Carolina con hardly sustain great - as on former occasions.
was a conglomeration of chinamen, hotels. I called for a nargelia and
Largo cities on an occasion like
opposition, tw a-rival paper Las been
one paper well, it ia evident the best Much credit is due the policy force of j elected to a professorship in Chris- saloons and flying sand. It was see»
arc al ways crowded with visit
.started, and- one or the other will
thing these brethren Can do,, is to Dallas for constant, attendance and tian'College, Santa Rosa, Cal.
ing San Francisco in another light was very hard to draw the smoke ors who have come to sec the show,
surely have to succumb. How many
combine their forces and give the
Bro. D. T. Stanley has arrived in than the.beautiful one which enchant
aged laborets in the Lord’s vineyard,
throughThe vase containing water, but who never see it, all tho availa
brethren of the south east, a first grounds. Bro. L. L. Row land, of Monmouth, Oregon, and assumed ed us upon our arrival, but I must
find in the following- from thq.
afterwards through the long ble points of observation having
Salem, was chief engineer of the
dwell no longer upon our stily in the hose, but I enjfycrl temporary dis been occupied by the resident popu
Watch Tower for June, au expression
meetings during the greater part of
in the chair editorial, and fee city, suffice it to say, I enjoyed it ns Unction, thoso who came to see the lation for hours before.
of their own experience..’
To those who'send us ten trial the time, and gre.itly enhanced the . fully
Whcfl I hnvtr directed my guns- subscribers to Jan. 1, ^77, and ten interest of the meeting ly his per wish.iiim and his enterprise abundant only thosu__catl, whaLbave always cafe evidently considered my attempt
There will be no field display of
against sectarianism and infidelity, 1 dollars, or five new subscribers for
longed to sec 'such things. Left to smoke with that strange appa agricultural machinery as has been
Bro" Jas. A. Wells writes from Kate visiting relatives in the city, ratus ono of the sights, and between
have been applauded; but when I
custoinrH y at former exhibition’-, the
have labored in the fear of Qod, to one year, with the money, we will decently and in order.
Racine, Mo,, that he is iu good and J. M. I*, seeking medical honors. my efforts to appear perfectly accus
judges having decided that no moro
educate the -brethren to walk in a send the M essenger free for one
It Was greatly debired that we health, but that business is dull and
All the others of our party were tomed to the exercise, and restrain accurate estimate of the comparative
higher plane of piety and zeal, and year.
should have full reports from all our he wishes himself
back in Oregon. going to the Eastern States. There laughter, I had pretty hard work.
have pointed out the failures on the
efficiency of a machine can be obtain
congregations in the State this year, And the Oregousbrethreu wish him
part of the disciples, to live up to ’'The Annual State Meeting of
were Mr. and Mrs. Fiint, from A1-. .The charge for the coffee and the ed in this way than by simple exam
the beautiful theory we advocate, California will be held at Yountville,
back too. i1
bany, Mrs. Adams, from Hillsboro, smoke was fifteen cents each. A ination of the'plow or reaper as it
The report as found
there have been low mutterings, dis
Miss Nelson, from Portland, Capt. Turkish girl gorgeously arrayed stands in agricultural hall.’ They
cordant sounds, and the utterance in
column, does net make as good^i
Lafellette, from Grand Ronde and stands behind the counter, and wait will therefore recommend such ma
low whispers of bitter words. It Sept. Î6, 1876.
‘ showing for the eause as is desirable.
some half dozen other gentlemen ers in Turkish costume bring you chines as seem to combine most im
seems, as Paul says, I havo'become
But it is a step in the right direction
their enemy, or, rather, they have
From Sister Mary Stump.
who made up our party, as lively the pipes and coffee.
provements, without compctativo
and 4t subsequent meetings, we may
,become try enemy, because I tell
and jovial a oompany as any one
As a preface to a totfir~bf the world trial.
■ them the truth. And there is not art
We are in earnest when we say, be able to gather fuller statistics.
nothing cah be better than a visit to
A dismal,♦gloomy ride to Salem could wish to travel with.
Excursion parties are constantly
Intelligent, pious, conscientious dis we mean to make the M essenger Every Christian is interested in this
Came to Sacramento by boat, and the exposition. The exhibits do not arriving, drops in the bucket, every
ciple among us, who does hot know the leading, religious paper on this matter. As a reunion, it was alto on a wet, cloudy day, a pleasant
in bis heart df hearts, and low down
visit there of a day and a half, a ride greatly enjoyed the ride up San pall,,if the visitor were confined to little lielps, but only on the fourth of
in his conscience, that I have warned coast, and as you are interested in gether a success. From all parts of by rail to Poitland, and two days Francisco bay and the view we had only one exhibit he would find in the
; July will the attendance at the ex
having this accomplished, as well as the State were ^gathered the lover’s
tberu truly and faithfully.
ourselves, we ask your assistance to of the Lord who had met in former there of waiting for the steamer to of the island in the bay and the excellence and perfection of the in position reach’ the figures that the
Of all the messages that have tbii end. A leading design with us, years, wltli some who were here for sail before we were well started on towns along tho shore, It was a dustrial display, subject for prolong more sanguine Supposed a lew weeks
emenated from the Whife House at is to keep our readcrs-fully posted in the first time, and the clasping of our journey. At Portland, passed clear, bright evening and we sat on ed and interesting study. But the ago would be the daily average.
Waxhington, our President lias sent all things that pertains to the inter hands and the many words of greet an hour happily in Wood’s Museum the after deck watching the waves displays are almost innumerable and
none more worthy of his position as est of the cause of our Master in this ing andigood cheer, showed that, the with several friends, met a number of and asking questions, $lill on of infinite variety and contrast. In
the guardian of our liberties, or none State as well as elsewhere. We can occasion! was not one to be soon for acquaintances, ’saw Himes’ Steam further and further through
‘V Sin the main building the best industrial
The Irishman and the Priest.
fraught with more interest to the only accomplish this, by the aid of gotten. But in the midst of these printing press throwing off the New Pablo bay touching at Bcnecia which productions of the world are seen.
welfare if the nation -than the fol the brethren. Some congregations rejoicings, many were the tears of Northwest, visited some English and connects the San Pablo and Shoshone In machinery hall' the process of-
Never was a better .answer made
bay;. Benecia is a delightful place prodnetibn may be seep, and, wiien
have already appointed regular cor sorrow, shed at the remembrance of German ships and left Portland al
a poor Irishman made to a
the senses mrwfliried with sight see
respondents for the M essenger , who our fallen heroes. Often was our together satisfied that we had enjoy
Catholic priest, wbilo defending him
are to report weekly, or as often as attention called to the fact, that
W ashington , June 6, 1876.
home like dwellings, nestled amid underwood that suggest; the primae self for retiding the Bible.
of interest occur, in their mahy had gone to their reward ipated. Met Mr. and* Mrs. McNeil
“ But,” »aid the priest, “ the Bible
To the Editor of The Sunday School
respective localities. If your con- daring the past year, and we parted just returning from an extended visits the trees which bordered'thè streets. val forest in which Wm.I’en-n bought is for .the priests, and not for the
an empire for a few beads and blank
Your favor of yesterday, asking a gregation ha^ not already“ done so, wondering, who would be gathered
reM|rn to Oregon thoroughly content the cold wind soon drove tie to our ets. Down in a little valley, only a likes o’you.” •
message from me to tbe children and plea.se lay this matter 'beforo them home from our number, ere we meet
“Ah! but sir,’’ he answered, “I
ed with their adopted homo in thq state rooms, where I was soon in flic few rods from machinery hall, and
tt -:..., States,
• youth i. pf -the United
to ac at tbeir next meeting, that some one on a like occasion again.
reading in my Bible, ‘ You »hall
company your CcTitcnnial number, competent to the work, ma'y be
Doubtless a course might be pur west. Was very glad to find that land of drcams, and heard nothing the Art gallery, in a secluded place, road it to your children,’ an' sure the
iRthis moment received.
there is a rude camp, suoh as a hunter
sued which would make the Annual
_»—M y ad vi c e to Sunday school«, no selected to icpori as above. By
stea mer with us to San 1 opened my cyeaAo sec the morning or a miner .would build of logs and priests have got no children.“ •
matter what their denomination, is : this means, we sbalT be able to
Michael” says tho priest,
Francisco. Left Portland at I a . m . sunlight streaming in^ and we pass- thatch with brush in two hours, it is *t “ - But
Hold'fast to the Bijile as the sheet- collect all the church news, and, cause in general, but this is not the
understand it." _
Utl llVflj —WllbU 1VB
anchor •* ¿T
able conlributora on doctrinal proper time for suggesting anjr par on Friday the 19th of May and were
“ Ah 1 very well, yonr-riverenoe, if
precepts in your hearts, and practise
ticular method of proceedure. The untii lato in the evening of the same mento. Reached Sacramento city trap, a restless, unhappy little bear
them in your lives. To tho influence questions, we shall have a paper that sentiments of the brethren them day reaching Astoria, the steamer about ? a . m . Came to the hotel, is chained to a tree in front ofit, and I cannot understand it, it will do ma
of this book are we indebted for all will be worthy of onr noble brother
canning had breakfast and strolled out to »ce a brook near by has been damned to no harm, and, what I can understand
selves, are preparing the way for ■topping
the progress made in trne civiliza hood in this great State.
represent a lake on which ride two does me a heap o’ good.’’
improvements that will certainly be establishments to lake op a what Saorarnento might bo like.
tion', and to this we must look as
' “ Very well Mike," said the priest,
oUr guide in the future.
beneficial. Taking it altogether, the
“ Examine Touraelvea.”
Thia exhibit is not much m itself; f?° A ckurch’L
Righteousness exalteth a nation ;
meeting had fluoro of good and less
but sin Ih a reproach to any people.”
and down the wide streets which are but whep taken in contrast with the church will teach .you ; the churoh
Itila solemn time when we ait of evil influq
*l l^an we cx* came monotonous and there was more
than one card written to friends at completely »haded by the thick displays of high civilisation »H will give you the milk of the word.”
around thè I.ord's table, to com pocted.
U. 8. G rant .
“ And where doe» tho churoh get
home that the zfjjrw yas salmwn foliage of the closely planted trees. around, the effect is gre.atly enhanced.
memorate llja death, for it Is a time
it from but out of the Bible? Ab I
The cotnmitteo appointed at the
gill nets which tho fishermen were while climbing the grand staircase be interesting and unique. . They are your riyerance, I would -rather keep
meeting at Peoria, III., to investi turn his thoughts inward, to the ex
We learn through the ApOitolic throwing out of their boats as we of this, California’» Capitol, witstop- adding to it daily, both in machinery the cow myself.”— Baptist Weekly.
gate the Abingdon diflyulty, has amination of his own heart as it
that-the Annual Meeting of passed by were something new to ped on the landings to look far up hall and tho main building. Adhere
bet i) accfpted by both p^rtief, and must be seen by ’God. himself, with
of Curators, has just been me. I watched them till the night into the dome of the great building, is a certaiR.»amei>esa in the ‘«tisplays
' we »aZncstly hope for a speedy ad
Another conscientious man ia op
justment of this trouble which has exclaim« “Lord be merciful.” Not held with open doors. The present grew dark and could not but think err gaze out upon the lovely grounds of the maturer civilizations, as of posed to opening the Centennial
' been proving so great a calamity, withstanding the plain teachings of I indebtedness of the University is what a hard ''**’> Bn^ a daring one, that surround it. The “edifice is France and Englartd. . But the Rus Exhibition on Sunday.
not only to the. Abingdon church, the' Lord and llih .apostleston t'e found to be about tlOQ,OOQ. Two these fishermen must live, out'in the erected upon an artificial rise, which sian display will, I thmk, be charao Sunday is the only day he gel» lime
subject, and all that has been »aid to î plan» were discussed by jhe Jfoard: murky, iiti'sly.twilight, with sail full is laid out in gruss plotsaieally t,r>m- terlstio and present artistic and in- to go fishing.—Aorristoio« Herald
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