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MAY 3, tS77
ADVERT!SE M E N T S .
G han . ge P ic N ic at L ewisville ,
Mr.. W. ,C. Kenedy is forging matters
in a new building and w ill soon be ■ be held at Lewisville ou Saturday, the
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
19th day of May, 1877. under the
— ready, tirtete«^
STABLE. ’ '
The open sessions mentioned in last
MONMOUTH DRUG AND PRES*
week's issue, were postponed on account H. A cordial invitation .ia extendeTto
of the prdtractod meeting.
i of the order will please bring their
COOPER & CRAIG;
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANDS
A fine 35-milo Spy-Glasa. cost 8,50;
POLK COUNTY, OREGON.
Members of the order of
price, §18, nt Unelo Harris' 702 Kear
A GOOirXSSOBTMENT OF
1 P. of H. will form in procession in front
ny Street, San Francisco, Send .for it,
of tho Grange Hall at 10 o’clock a . m .,
OHEGON. Thresh Drugs,
Messrs. Kiauwr and Hoge, having a . and march to the ground where the pio .
I The College is under the esile of a
ajarood supply of horse-shoes are now Die was held two years ago. A general
"OTE are" pr^iired to furnish to
. Board of Trustees, wJio will spare 0 so
prepared to accommodate any and all good time is anticipated.
J" the travaljBg public Ha-'ka, Bug-
i pains to malie it equal to the demands
with promptness and dispatch, who
H. C. M c T lmmondb . * gieH and Saddle Horae», at. any tijoe Faints, Oils,
. of the age.—
may feel disposed t<| have nwything
and on reasonable terms.
. The members of the Faculty aye
done iu that Jiue.
The Annual Christian -Co
Also, will buy and sell horses, sup
| Competent, energetic, and devoted to
We-w isb. to cull atteBtien to the new
' operation of Oregon.
Toilet A r tides. : the cause of education.
plying farmers and teatu»tcra,ou,-*hort
*.‘ ud ” of Mr. W. J. Wells,, bur towns
COMMENCING JUNE 14, 18T7.
notice With' Sncji atot’k o« tbey'arnay need.
W A FULL SUPPLY OF
THE LOCATION OF THE COLLEGE
man,, in ibis issue. The quality of Mr.
RBÜULAR DAILY SERVICES..
IS CENTRAL, ACCES s / b LE,
Ws work is well known. and lie asks a
• - . 6-1-ly
_coDtiunauce of the liberal patronage lie From 8:00 to 8:45 o’clock a . m .—Bible
Common School and
-------------- Chws; 7
Ims be»u receiving.—------ *—-------------
DO YOU WANT LETTER ORtfOT£
8:45 „ 9:00—Recess.
College Text liooks.
It is reported that there lias been a
Evcrj candidate for admission info
9:00 „ 10;00— Social Meeting.
HEADS ? :
LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. any of the departments of this College,
tax levied on ail asirss^ble property.in
10 .00. „ 10:30— Recujis.
>» 10:30 „ 11:30 — Sermon.
«the school dwjficH just north of town,
j. m . Powoii,
must present satisfactory evidence of
smiely printed for less thau you can
and coiitrai't let,for putting up "ft new
moral character; if he sljall hare
school' house this summer. We are
been connected with any other college,
,, 1:30 ,, 2:30—Sermon.
pleased, to.'know . that people arc...alive ’
/ STOVES AND TINWARE
he must produce a certificate of honor
2:40 ,, 3:40—Meetingsuf Church ’oFHieBesT-fytralftytilso-'fnrnTsIieiTTor
iu the cause of education.
able standing.from the authorities of
Having just received an assortmenPof that college.
»Dr. J. M. Powell, the pppnlar pro- I
D. T. S tanley ,
STOVES AND TINWARE
p.rietlir of the Monmouth Drug and,
College Trustees, or
The Session consists of two Terms of
Mon nonth, Or.
Pl'flscription Store, Is playing "ye lo- j
the undersigned ii^enabled to sell any Twenty Weeks ea^b, with a recess
-i-ai " for us now, and- our readers will I >♦ 3:40 ,, 4:00—Recess.'
thing in his line cheaper than ever.
of one week for Christmas' holidays,
J. M. POWELL, M. D.,
>» 4:00 ,, 5:00—Sermon.
agree that lie handles his. pencil to
Repairing also done to order.
and an Intermediate Examination and
PH1NKTAN AM» gUBGEHN,
good purpose.as welt as bis tinctures, I. Thursday, 14th, 4 P. m . — Opening
Renew iiig (if Classes at the end of tEo’”
A >1 «* 1 U. wsaWw^-Baavw^yavvwBi1
li-Afsl •» 11, I 1 11
1 > aia
ii j I
7 Discourse, by Elder J; E. Roberts, of MJNMOUTir,
ijj « i II Eii>.
OREGON . of Kramer and Hoge's blackamith sl;op.
Call and examine before purchasing L77
Prof. J. P. Blake, well known to the Monmouth.
TUITION PER TERM.
OFFICE IN DRUG STORE.
nzS 11 r ax 11 n r a 11 ¿a u tJJEJtrwrjxJrc«
¿ a I maa iu 1 t
Friday, -45th, -1:30 p. m —iDisoourse T -Uly v----------------------- -------- 7 --------------- —
fruyuU of i d-icttlinii' jp , l.hm vaitoy,'
• • WM. CJIURCHILL.
spent a few daj-s-in bur town lust week,* ou Missionary Work, by Elder G. ,W»
• braces the atndias prescribed
by law for District or Com
visiting the‘¿•ollege'sbd Httiniring its Richardson, of Bethel ; 1 lie co-opera
DO YOU WANT ANY KIND OF
DO YOU WANT CIRCULARS OR
mon Schools. .
I ejpilifnl situation anil that of tRe snt- tion organijifTg at 2:40 p. it.
ronndiug cmijitry.. The Prof. is.as en-
Ari th use t io, Algel >ra, Geology,
AY® can pet them up for you in nice —— <i or any kind printed ?
thiisiate, lively and full of poetry as on Cbristinn Education, by Elder T. F.‘ style and at low rates. Send In your
Botany, Zoology, Astronomy,
~ Send us your order, 'and it will l>e‘
Campbell, Pres. Christian College ; the order».«
♦,» - ‘
English Grammar ariT Com
done neatly and cheaply, and sent you
position. Latin and Greek
D. T. S tanley ,
by return mail.
The Grangers of Lewisville have en Trustees of Christian College meeting
.Grammars UUJ leaders........... 15 00
gaged the services of the Monmouth
Collegiate Department. — Full
Munday, 18tb, 1:30 P. m .—Discourse
College Conrre............ f. . 20 00
8. G. Bitid-to furnish tni m with music
Janitor Fee ......................................... 2 00
suitable for their pic nic at thaFplace on Ministerial Association, by Elder J.
W. W. MARTIN»
Tuition strictly in advance, as fol-"
on the 19th inst. We hope the boys J. Moss, late of Illinois; the ministers
WATC^ MAKER AND JÍWELER,
will enjoy themselvi» to their fullest.
_ F.oiLt£n ju-tika,
half team, swiid
—Tuesday,"-*19fh, lt3(> r..
paid on entering the school, and like
AVE on band, of their own manu-
paymanta to ba made nt the eemvnence-
plenty to eat!1
J mvSunday. school Work, by Elder Leo.
Uierd °T «sdì half term to the close of
Willis, Superintendent of* the Salem
' Bunk nui-Hüng^Sta-t« Street« _
While in Independence the other daj", I
the session. ~
Sunday school' the Sunday school
- V .
v e dropped into the Cariage Shop of .
Board can be liad in private families
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES;
delegates meeting at 2:40 p. m .
at from S3 to 83 50 per week.
ALL GOODS AND WOI'.K WAlUUSTZD.
Mr. E Rowe, and had the pleasure of .
Wednesday, 20th, 1:30 p. m .— Dis All made of the best’Jersqy Hickory,
being “ shown through ” bv that gen- j
course ou- Religious Literature for
ironed and finished in the
tieman. Hiti work is unsurpassed by j
is mild and firm, ad
Families, by Elder D. T. Stauley, editor
anything we have seen, and as Mr. R.
ministered on the
of the C hristian M essenoeh .
brings its own reward
___ its own
is airat class painter, he gives liis work ¡
Thursday. 21st,1.30p. M?— Discourse
sham«. ,The highest incentives to vir--
11 finish that is a pleasure' to see. See"
7-8-5m <■ . Send SI <M) in U. S. Currency and re tuous actions are impressed by precept
on Pastoral labor, by Elder P. R. Bur a purchase.
his advertisement in another column.
ceive by return mail a bo . k of 100 after and example, while vice and immoral
nett, of Eugene City. •
ity are restrained by all proper means
Bru. D T. Craig has- bought- an in-
the mnd approved form.
Frida.v. 22nd, T:30 , y. M.—Discourse
Students are taught rather to govern
D. T. S tanley ;
terest in J. S. Cooper's Livery Stable, 01 Christian Union, by elder H. M. TI-IO9. E.LBERRT
themselves than to be governed. Al 01 al
■and the business will continue- under Waller, ofMonmdiilb.
power is the principle, an appeal to tho
the management of these gentlemen.
head and heart, self-government from
Saturday, 23rd, 1:30 p. M — Discihirpb
Christian motive, hence no student
They are .well supplied wjtli saddle on Family BeHgion and Training, (by
■ l-ors- s ns well as sinsle and doilblé rigM .Eider It. II Mess, pastor of the btflem
I have just enlarged my Stock which cap be permitted to remain who indul
ges in card-playing, intemperance, pro
-f' »the accommodation of the public. church.
embraces the following articles aud fanity, neglect of stadie», or any other
They arc ruhnirg a semi-weakly hack
many others too numerous to mention : vice or impropriety. Daily moral in
Bros. A. W Lucas, of Monmouth,
to Salem—Tuesdays aud Fridays—be J. Todd,' pf McMinnville, and Wm.
Lidies Hats.'Dress Goods, Gents Hats, struction based on the Bible, leaves but
•sides their daily line from Albany to McCall, of Trent, will serve ns a com
Frenoh Cussimcre Pants, Castor Beaver little else to be done in government.
Dallas and return.
mittee on preaching, providing for the And everything that is kept in a first
The stuge of tbc “ Wes Side Line.”
Lace Curtains, Wall Paper, Tinware,
Experience has demonstrated con-'
supply of all nrfacciipied time.
will leave Albany dailv ou and after
and a good assortment of Groceries chisively that mixed schools, under
L. L. ROWLAND,
proper regulations and restiictloni-,
May 1st, at 5 o'clock A. M , passing the
constantly on hand.
» Committee on Co-operatiop.
possess decided advan'ages over exclu
town» of Bnenavista, Independence,
7 5 2m
sive institutions'. Young gentlemen"
And will sell cbenper t1 an anybody
Monmouth, Dallas, Amity, and Mc
and ladies exercise a refining, restrain
From U Physician.
' for cash.
ing, yet stimulating influence uver each
Minnville,arriving at St. Joe at 6 p. M-.
other, when associated iu the same
All work warranted to be of the best
making connection with, trains to aud
, .Ryde Park, Vt. Feb. 7, 1876.
school and iu the same class, which
from Portland. ’Messrs. (íoojier <t Craig Messrs. Stith W. Fowls A Sone, Boston. material and by the best of workman.
nothing else can supply. Thef'vi«
Gents—Yun may perhaps remember
Also repairing done on Jhe shortest
• ■t Mon ruó utli wilf opéfate tue lice lie-
with each oilier foy the wreath of
that I wrote you aevcfal weeks sgo in
lac. 11 Albany apli Dallas, aud will puts regard to the nao of the Pruviau Syrup notice and reasonable terms.
honor, as they lubor side by side in a
on good rigs. The public cun depend for my wjfe, who was. »uttering from
Give me a trial aud I will guarantee
general ■ !. Igpty- rl.a sequence of ty satisfaction.
of spei dy and oofnfurtable passage.
piloid Eisentery. I hail tiled the most
A» a result of our protracted, testing noted physicians in this State, and also'
God lias given man two great volumes
—Nature and Revelation—suited to his
there were fourteen immersions un lust, in Canada, witbou. relief. At your
B. F. Nicholn«
J. L. Hyde.
physical and splutnal oou»tiluuom..
Surd y. Bo. Campbell^ assisted by recommendation she commencM the
These are full ut facte addressed to the '
Jiro. Waller, conducted the ixercises
through last week. Since then the old made but little impression, but while
From Nature, we learn the principles
taking the rift 11 «lie begau to improve
RUGS, MEDICINEN AND CHEMICALS,
which minister to the wauts of the
»nd venerable Bro. J. J. Musf, of rapidly, and now, after using six of the
FANCY AND TOILET AR HOLES,
body, giving food to eat and raiment to
Í** Salem, has ltyeti ocenpying the stand, dollar bottles, she han regained Iter
wear. From Revelation, we receive
ile te not wanliifg in that buck religion, f strength, and-is able to do moat of the
PUysiciMM* l're»criplit>na -aarsfally com-
those principles by which the spirit is ~
which-enables film ta utter words re-
fed, and clothed with trntl^ and right
cannot speax to highly in praise of the leapaich.
eousness. Any system of education,
piete wnli pith and point, in such a Peruvian Syrup. I have prescribed it
which neglects either of these volumes
planner as to receive the 'approbation to several of my patients, and have pro S-t-ly
is incomplete. To trnin the intellect in
am] command the greatest re»|>ect both
physical science and neglect the moral
FOR THE CURE OF
of «ai nt and sinner. Under the earnest hvre. You can make any nse of this
leth f you see tit. Yours very truly, H.
Oraghi, Oalds, Infineai», Hoanaaau, Diflonlt nature, is dangerous to "society ; for it
, a.ilieitetior? of the brethren, Bro. Moss D. B elden , M. D
imparts-power which, without moral
Breathing, and all Affectlonl of the Throat,
principle to gnide, may be destructive
• continue« the meeting.
Bronohlal Tnbai, and Lnnga, leading
M rs . E. SLOPER wishes lo inform
to the peace aud happiness both of the
to Consul ption.
her |Mtrona and friends that ohe is now
The Dallas Hram ÍJand and the Mon-
“ It’s Duly a Cough ”
Thia infallible remedy is composed of the individual uud society. .
-mbuthS. C. Baud will cooperate in has brought many to untimely graves. prepared to do first ulass work. She H oney of the plant Horehound, jn chemical
TO THE FBIifNDS AND PATRONS
furnishing plenty iif the finest music What is a Cough ? The lungs or bron has purchased one of those Plaiting union with T ab -B alm , extracted from the
OF CHRISTIAN COLLEGE.
Machines that will do all kinds of
on Saturday next, nt the summit of
cold ; nature sounds an alarm-bell, tell- Plaiting and Fluting ; and she lim si» B ai . samxa , or Balm of Gilead.
prospeZlN of Christian College
Mount Pisgah, for the enjoyment of ingsiwhere the disease lies. Wisdom
The Honey of Horehound soothes and
are most 11 itteriug. The institution is
1 nose w bu liavy bee.1 so long anticipa- suggests "try Wister's Balsam of Wild Styles every month. Shop, at her scatters all irritations and inflammations, and increasing iu reputation, and ite infiu-
the Tar-balm cleanses and heals the throat
it has cured, during the last residence on Main-street, Old Inde and air passages leading to the lungs. Fivr em-e and pouisHii ity are rapidly extend
1 ng something of thfs kiud, and so Cherry
'60 3m additional'ingredients keep the'organs eool, ing. Its friends may a'Uticipute a career..
earnestly awaiting the proper season to half of a centnry, thousands of persons. pendence.
As long as you cough, thereia danger
moist, and in healthful action. Let no pre of sfill grenter nsefuInCM. The patrons
Toll—Sionnd, in ndiicli they would «be for the cough is a Safety Valve. Use
judice keep you from trying this great medi of the school «ill do well to begin no*
permitted, aa the birds of spring, to go “ Wister” and be cured. Sold by all
cine of a famous doctor who has saved thou- to sliape th -I t business so ns to send
f •rtli ntnoiig the “ treeies ” and enjoy druggists.
COffsE f BK1JIT SUPPORTER sands of lives by it in his large private practice.
ttieir son» sod daughters at the opening
N.B.—The Tar-Balm has no BAD taste or of next session. One fnll term. takiDg *
luor.wi 1» F.ipularlty
the henbliy •• breezes ” replete with the
wary year- -
the classes in order, is woith more than
harmonic concords that so enlivens the AUTHfiiA *MbWiWWR MUWy.
And for HEALTH. COMFORT
PRICES 50 CENTS AND $1 FEB BOTTLE.
donble the time scattered over several
inird. Htfengtheiin the body and' gnick-
the HEFT ARTIC|.Erfthebiud
sessions. ,Ws hope to welcome to the
1 im every .|wrtx>f cue's nature.
ever' made. For sale by all “Pike’s Toothache Dropu” Cum. halls of Christian College on the first
leading jobber» and retailers.
in 1 Minute.
Monday in September next, a larger
♦^enisle Weaknesses nan be cured.
Be» are of imitations and in
number of students, and to inaugurate
Sold by all Druggists.
0 rial box free. Address Du. S wan
eep. fiy mai
u. more sue com fol and prospereas
FOI « IIAHMOIV,
New Haven, Conh.
session than the one soon to clove.
HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR