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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1877)
MAY 17, 1877
Bro. Z. S. Hastings ot Farmington fllnufta of the Teachers’ Institute of the
“ The- ■ UnI hw - w » Quantity,” a several members irf lhe-Institute
Third Judical District, held at Mon carefully prepared and interesting look part. Critic* report followed-
Kas., a well remembered and greatly
mouth, Oregon, Muy 10th, 11, and
respicted teacher of ours when a bey,
essay was read by Miss N. Springer., Adjourned to 1:30 p- m -
1). T. STANLEY, E ditor .
and who contributed the able article
IJr. Doan made report as critic.
T. F. CAMPBELL, A« s ’ t E dito «. ;
Mr. Bennett and Miss Ilnrrison.
bn Popular Ed ueatioD pubiiabed last THURSDAY, M a Y,10 t H, 10 o'CLOCK A. M.
Institute Was called to order.
d X j I a Y 1.7, 1677.
week, gives iib some pleasant wot ds
By1 invitation, of _I’res., T. F. were appointed critics fur the ev.cn Pres. S- C- Adams in the chair.
Campbell, the Institute convened in ing session.
Music by Uiechoii- Critics appoint
Adjourned to 1:30 R M.
tract l!}e following:
the chapel of Christian College.
ed tor evening sessioii, M as Alice
1-. To fearlessly advocate the teachings of th«
'Your paper comes to roe regularly Called to order by'Dr. 'L. L. Row-
Talbtn and Pfo'-Gregg- *‘ Drawing ,
Itible, in the spirit of kiudnesa.
The Institute Was called to order anti Design in the Schoolroom,” wart-
2. To ea|-nestly plead fur the union of all ;
thanks. I think yotir paper a Roi,d,rliona| exercise» conducted by Elder by Pres. S C. Adams.
C'lidstiatls ou the Ihble alone.
illustrated in a plowing manner by
3; To*poiut out ertls in the churoh and sug- one. It compares very creditably
S. C. Adams, of Salem, who read lhe
Anthem by the choir.
Prof- L- Royal. No exercise of the
- gest a remedy.
elicited-mbftrinterest or com-
4. To keep our readers po»f<’<1*t>n the move
ments of the l^rotherhuod in this state aud may succeed and do much good in appropriate remarks on the tnagni-t cussed by Miss. Harrison, D. T. .nanded more profound attention____ ...
"the* feaponsTETeTKH- houorable'bccu- tude and importance of' the work ot S.anley, L K-yal, and J. C. Camp than this- *• Methods of Recitation
5. To sutertai.il alul instruct th« young.
pation ybu have chosen..
human improvement, and closed belt •
was presented in a suggestive essay
G. To give * bnuf aunitnary ef
with a short and appropriate prayer.
' tlio J»te»l telugraphic doapa'cho».
Prof. J. C. Campbell gave a by Hon- D- 51. C- Ganlt, of Salem.
The Annual meeting of the Disci-
7. To tusks Utu the leading religious paper
The purpose and dbject of1 the In thorough- and clear exposition . of. Lively discussion followed, ip which
bli tlSi Paoidc coast, either at the »ante or any -pies of Washington Territory-, will
were Bet forth in brief by lhe “ Square and Cube Root.’’ S. F-. J-T- Gregg, T- J- Blakt.T- F-Csmp-
meet June 14th-at Centerville, liso, State'Superintendent.
Bennett and M. L. Pipes occupied bell, Di- L- L- Rowland and D- T.
TO OUU CONTitriiUTORS.
Warren informs us that llqty liaufr 1 ”'Anll:etn>. “ Jerusalem my happy tbe'lime assigned 1« interest-
Stanley took part. “ The Bible asjiv
secured half fare-for preachers, antl^
Essay, ‘‘Orthography,” by Miss Text book in School,” try. Pro'- J-^?.
w home was elegantly aeudered by
1 ArlklAa.inieudml for pablicttion jhculJ
U- «riiteu with luk, legibly, mid on one side of probably’for all, attending the meet*»^ lhe choir. ■ .
Mary Stump, M. S., was heard with Campbell, was an addre-a carefully
ing. W jb have’ not seeu the pro
t.ie paper. ,
A motion to appoint a committee marked attention«
prepared and delivered in good style.
„ 2- The Editor-claim« and will «xercise-tiis gramme, but hope the meeting may (
After ths report ot the critics, tho
right to reject »ucli munuaenpt, a, from any
be successful in meeting theexpecta- and
D. T. Stanley, MisB-N. Springer, and D. T. Stanley, afforded a rich Institute adjourned to 7:30 p- m -
cause wiU nokTn hia Jndgthent, «ubrerve the
.lions of the brethren. Il might have Miss M. Tatom, -M ibb S. Harrison, treat. The effect ot the signs in
txwt interest of the pa;>er and its readers.
3. We do not bold wurselves responsible for improved the probability of entire ,
and J. C. Campbell were made said multiplication—minus into - minus
Music liy the Monmouth Silver
tipi seutiiueuts of contribnt«rs, or the trutbfi^W
success ip Irave furnished a pro- , committee.
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producing'plus—was fuljj elucidat Cornel Band- The Institute wa»
‘ tie-s of advertisements, without ,our< personal
gramme of exercises for publication - The following persons reported by ed.
e«'led to order, rrw S. C- Adams
4. Contribution» orr-. all matters of internet in the M essenger .
, lhe.. O’dmhiittee, were elected *by
'’Education, an essay, by Miss in the chair» A motion prevailed to
to the cause of ChriaiianitTrere invited.
acclamation : E der S. C. Adams, ot Mary.Bedwg|l, M. S-, was tead in appoint a committee bn resolutions.
We meekly suggest to our scribes Salem, President /Miss N. Springer,
• Prof. J, G- C thipbell,-of Jeffersqa,.
that the Catholic question, it it be a M. S., of. Yamhill,- vice President;
History of the United States was Ilon- D-.M- C- Gault, of Salem, Prof.-
has had pretty full atten Ladru 4foyal, A. B., of Bethel, Sec
1. Subscribers who do hbt give express notice j question,
presented by W. P. Caltron, A.- B-, Royal, of Bethel, Mi«* N- Springer,
a little more .. retary; Miss S. Hxrnson, of Buena
to the conu-ary ar« -—
fcdlbwed by Pres. 8. 6. Adams, who ot Amity, M-ss S- J- Harrison, of
‘i talk on the 'means of spreading the
Vista, assistant Secretary J J. W. aftet repealed calls rose to his feel Buena Vista, were* mailft^fiaid com
2. JCany'subsoribers order tlie discontinuance
more effectually instead of SO
of therr newspajiera,-the pnblisbei may continue |nU4Jh on •XnegjiOHg of no practical Thomas, o'f Marion, was appointed and made a happy effort on litis, his mittee- A motion was sustained tn
to »omi them until all arrearages are paid.
raise a committee On publication of
3. if .ub-enber. neglect or refuse to Uke | import.
\Ve regret to see a little to
The President wna Conducted to
The crilios read full and funny minutes- Pres- T- T. C-tmjbell, of
tlieir newspa|>«rs from th* office» to tvhich they much acrimony in late arti'cles on
the chair by Superintendent, Dr,. L. criticisms on the exercises of the Christian O dlege, Elder S- C.
are directed, the taw hold» them reapousible
question and hope that manner
•Adams, Presi’dent of Institute, Prof.
be discontinued at L. Rowland; and after a few well evening, causing ninch inerritnenf.
uiiosen remarks, he was seated.
Mr. Borne* I and Miss Ilarrisen L- Ibiyal, Stcielary of Institute,
-.4: Ifmwrilwr.removetoctUrpi^With- once. Let brotherly love continue.
Music by the’choir.
continue«! as èptius.
were named as such 'committee.
’ ©ut infonniB# the pubiwher, and the newnpa-
Adjourned to 1:30 o’clock P. m .
Music by tlie choir-._.I__
The Amerrpan Problem/’ an ad-
to die former direction, they we .
Wc are-glad to see the face of the
Institute met persuant to adjourn
^'^guriied to 8 o’clock ». m .
. Laid reepapribio.
Jrg»8.. fer Jlpo.. W. D-. Epatozi,. al___ ——
C h r i s tian MBSS,BiN«n>R -io
5. The bourta have decided that refusing to
Lafayette, was delivered in,his usuM
bur office‘again. After two weeks»,
___take newspapers from the office.
Music by the choir.'
The Relation of the
‘ ' and leaving them uiicaltSl' for, la prima facie suspension, arrangements have been
Called to order. President Adams
Education— sb essay by Mr. G. W.
” an address by D.
evidei^p of InteutioasF fraud.
resumption, ¿nd the publisher an
in the chair
T. .Stanley, Ph- B., of Monmouth,
6, Tho postmaster who neglects to giye the nounces that it is on a rrore_ solid
Mr. il. L. Pipes added to thé
The qualification of teachers was
UdhPnbtice of the neglect ot a person to take
was heard with marked attention.
We hope the
from the offiee’th« newspapers addresend to him. basis than before.
opened’for discu*sion"by S. F, Ben number of critics tor the evening.
Committee on Reaqlutions sub.
is liable to the publisher for the agbseription, brethren of the Pacific slope will
Music by the band.
nett,C. S., of Dallas, followed by L.
mitlec* the * follo
report;: " ~~
give it-aJihcral supparL—EuK-xtal.. ’’L. Kow^mr,L“.'R<5’yaT,'and D.«T. — ^Sdiobln
v mJliiRJla w
wd -tweir wigjn," an
ize the cost of publishing a religious
aijdryse by S. A.- Clarke; editor
Bro. Waller expects to be with the .paper,.and.all .who-desisre their, per- A -1 Stanley.
.1 A V4 ‘WK MI A -.1A -1U A -A -v 0 A V A A :V'A -V -< -1
-1 -y -A -V -A
Music by yifLiuiQir.
• ’ ‘ yVäldihetie ' Pbrhïèr', ' ‘ w at "a jJrocfuo- tions jS-"
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Washington brethren in their An "manence and prosperity should work
tian 6f merit and well presented.
1. fliat the thank* ofnhia ^nj’itute
nual meeting at Centerville. Bro. with a will for their support.— Jiec
Music by the choir.
" cuasion by Miss S. Harrison, follow
he tendered to the’PreiiAeu^ arid
B tiles will n'At'pWliably be able to ord and Pvangelist.
“ Ye Pedagogues,” recited by-G. Faculty Df Christian CpHdge for ad
be there. We make these announce
H- Burnett, Esq-, give pleasing journing their scholastic exercises\
ments for the benefit of the brethren
Thc- Teacher’s Institute for lhe
variety to the exercises of the even-, and for tbs use of the college haitb'
interested in the meeting.
........ Third Judical District whisk was in
was sustained -to- appoint a com-v ing. “A Novel Subject,” an essay
2. That the thanks of the Insti
session irr Jfeu mouth last week, was
We learn that the brethren and a very pleasant affair indeed. We mUtee on'Introduction. Mrs. Ben read bv Mis* ’ Hattie Clarke, ...of tute lie extended to the citizens of
friends at Dallas are fencing the I have attended many Institutes, but nett and Miss Springer were uamed Salem, was read with a clear voice Monmouth and vicinity for their hof-
in an easy and gracelul
Style- A pitality, disinerested kieBness and'
grounds, building new and eonflort. believe this one the most pleas-nt for said committee.
was ehristian courtesy shown to those
able seats, bridging |he creek, and one of them all: Uniformly «good
Adjourned to 7:30 P. m .
visiting the Institute-
and doing everything that will help feeling prevailed. -The addresses
taste and artistic elegance- “ The
to make the coming Annual meeting were excellent, the attendance large,
3- That the thailks of the Insti
Institute met. President s. c. means and the end of a Teacher’s tute be tendered to the Monmouth
the best one for years. We hope it |
and. the results gratifying. Time
Work,’’ an address by Pres- T- F- choir and the Monmouth Silver Cor
may be a good meeting, not only in and space would fail us to tell of itB Adams ip the chair.
Musis by “ The Monmouth Silver Campbell, was favorably received-
that it shall be pleasant, kut that it
net Band for the important part they
many excrllent featurses. So we
The report of the critics was re took severally in adding so much to
inly be the beginning of a belter
shall desist from attempting even
Addresss of Welcome, by Mr. M.< ceived in good humor and with interest, life and pleasure of the In-
state of things in this State, on ac
an outline of its- work. An outline
Pipes, of Independence.
A collection of money^^litote by their artistic skill and
count of the movements that will be
’ of the proceedings is in another col
was taken up to meet the expenses sweet symphonious voices.
Song of Welcome, by the choir.
made to more effectually and sub
Reply, by Mr. L. Royal, of Bethel. of the Institute, Result, 88-30-
stantially send the Gospel into all
4- That the thanks of the Insti
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Music by tho Band- On motion, tute be presented to Mr- A- G- Mir-
Vote of thanks to lhe speakers,
parts of the State.
The P. C Advocate rather indi Pipes and Royal.
adjourned to 9 A- M-, Saturday-
shall of Monmouth for the use of bis
rectly denies our statement that the
Have you re-organized your Sun
Music by lhe baml.
sweet toued organ-
M. E. Conference of New England
day school since the winter rains
Critics appointed for Friday—
J- C- C ampbell ,
and New York passed resoluti ns
I.ave ceased? If not, it, is time to
Mrs. Bennettf ot Dallas, aud L.
^ dru R oyal .
condemning the President’s policy
D- M C- G ault ,
be about it. Don’t have the childreu
Royal, of Bethel.
N- H pbingm -
and afterward reversed its action.
. running over woods and pasture on
Adjourned to 9 a . m ., Friday.
opened with singing bjr die choir, . A motion to adopt the report was
We made the statement on the au
theLorJ’sJay^when you might be
concluded with reading the Scrip sustained unanimously* The chair*
thority of dispatches to the Daily
teaching them the word of the Lord.
tures a!id prayer by Elder D- T. man ot the Executive C «mmittee re
Oregonian, and if the Advocate has
The Institute met persuant to ad Stanley. Geography, introduced by quested that a small deficiency be
" It.only costs five cents per week
G- H- Barnett, Esq-, was discussed contributed to meet the expenses of
to have the C hristian M essenger show them to him.
by W. D. Fenton, D. M- C. Gault, thè Institute, which was promptly
Elder S. C. Adams in the ebair.
in your family. Who can not save
Devotional exercises, conducted by S- F- Bennett, D. T. Stanley, T- J- done.
The Teacher'» Mentor for May ia
that much without missing it, to sup
The closing remarks by T. F-
received well filled with valuable Pres. T. F. Campbell, reading Blake, and L- L- Rowland-
ply the family with good reading
and iitererting matter for Sunday 1 Psalm ot David and prayer.
“School Government,” an essay Campbell, President of the Christian
English Grammar, opened for dis prepared and read by J. T. Gregg, College were well timed and appro
school teachers as usual. Every
by Prof. J. C. Campbell, of of Salem- “ Oral and Object Teach priate- Music, “ Farewell,’’ by thft
Bro. Bar row reports the grassbop.
followed by T. F. Camp ing ” was (Mesented'inan impromptu choir. A motion to adjourn »in» di», I
} er scourge again upon them in Ne cents to the Standard Publishing
L. L. Rowland, effort by Miss Nellie Taylor, of was carried- The band discoursed
Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, and re*
sweet music while the members
and N. Salem. Miss Taylor had no .not,
ceive the Teacher'» Mentor one year. Mieses S. J. Harrison
Bro. Hedrix ear Iowa contributor,
3- C- Arik|h, Preaident —
expects to spend a portion of ths
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T ■_ , . Secretary.
summer in bis old fi®ld of labor in
| northern Missouri. We wish him a
pleasant and profitable season on the
tn extened by L. L. Rowland, T. F. z “„Physiology" by Prof. Randle, ed very recently, has resumed publi
field of his early battles,
The Inter*Natioual Sunday school Campbell, 8- C- Adams, J. C. Camp of Salem. "Natural History,” pre cation already. That’s right Bro.
ar« used by more than 8,000,* bell, M. L. Pipes, S. A. Clarke.
sented and illustrated by Prof- O- B. Stanley—a vacation is much better
An organization has recently toeen
of Salem, principally in than a suspension, and we are gled
formed in Albany, known as the
and ornithology- A you think better of ik— Christian
“ Young People’s Cbristiad Asaocid
followed, in which Standard.
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