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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1877)
C LIRISTI AN
. . 1A)< At MATTERS.
5 ss ’.
Messrs. Teuton and Burnett', two of
pur old college' friends, were here at
tending the Teachers’ Institute last
week. Being, members of the legal
fvateflfftN'ii'liey^are in Dbllas -this week
' courtiug. .. , •
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Borrowed fforn Prof- J. C- Campbell
Encyclopedia of Masonry, Mackey’s
Mitso&io Dictionary, and
Juri^iundenceof Masonry, -The bor
rower will please return to 'Pres- T- F.
TO OUS READERS
A very liberal oflbr k made by the FLORENCE
JEWELRY COMPANY u»ai; th-of t‘.u Fa- w
who will avail thec:»*dv.'« of thh EXT'RAORCFNARY
OPPORTUWTV.* buu L-.me -• • t.rCORA L
LACE ««“1 CROSS ’®
aid bqu»: u>
Coral» null In thlrcouutcj*, wa thu foUowinf letter lywtlfie»
Salem daily Jlecord, gave us a friendly I.
call on Saturday, delivering us a few
copies of bis very estiuaatTe paper.
The Prof, also took- part in the ' have Keen sold ÎMt year, and wt onècomplaîni
T.-neb e i -w ’ Institute, adding to the in- I has reached ua ffiat they bavé* not done all
j That Is ^claimed for them. I n d e e d, aeieulithd
tereat of the exercises.
! ÿkill”cmîhpYjg0“be.youd the result reached in
*■ Wetiave at this office the newest and f these wonderful praparaiions. Addetl to Car:
nobbiest styles of type for -visiting I Indic, Arnica,-Mentha, iteiieca-Ojl nd Wffch-
’ enrd< and can get them up in -as good I Hazel, are other ingredient«, which makes a
family liniment that defies rivalry. Rhêumat-
shope as c»n be done in San Francisco,
, ie and bed-rfd&B ortpples In*’® by been ena-
Pb-toii, or any other American .village. ' bled .to throw »wfty stheir crutches, and mani
Sum pits of th^toye used aud prices who for year« ha vie been aittte ted with Neural
furnished on application. You can gel gia, Sciatica, Caked BreaiU, Weak Back», <tc.,
have found permanent relief.
- jour work done any day.
^Mr. Jooiali Westlake, of} Marysville, 0.,”
I.IVERY, FEED AND SALE
The-Committee of ’ Arrangements of
the Institute, clearer! the' stage of its
“ For years my Rhe imalism has been so bad
M bs . E. SLOPER wishes to, inform
theatrical paraphernalia, 'which vastly that I have Vve»» unable to atir from tlu; hobse. her patrons and friends that she is now
I have tnpd evprynremfedy I could hear of. Fi
iuiproies the appearuuea_of the college nally, I.learned ¿f thé Cautaur Limment. The prepared to do first-elks» work. She
___ e h apel-— IT m hope that Christian Qol- I tirst three bottles eriabltil me to vTilk without
pnrnhaf^l one of those Plaiting
“Klÿ'cntTmw.—.I tittt -Bl e n ding yRcidly# -1 ‘■t hink
COOPER & CE AIG,
““’"Ti’ge will-henceforth make her record- ! yuuF’Liiiiment simply a marvel
Machines that will do All kinds
I A f
•as our other colleges have done, against j • This Liniment cures Burna arid Scald» WtttF- - -, Plaiting and Fluting ; and she line' hew::r
JNXvJ LJ _L II A—
every joym Of theatrical entertainment. | ottLa ocar, extracts tlie poison from bite« «nd
t stings. Cures Chilblains and Froatod-feet, aiid styles every month. Shop’, at her
__ - Bro.^J. I,'Thompson, of Eola, lias I j is very efficacious for Ear- ache, Tooth ache, residence qn Main-street, Old Inde
— purchased the ^sidence (with four jju* anil Cataneon. Eruption«. '
&0 3m TUTi are prepared to furnish to
jots) of Bro- Js S- Cooper, for wHTcIl we X ÿÿr CeStiFurXnitWeilt, Yrllow Wrap-
" -the traveling publie Hacks, Bug
understand be pa id ,t he-nice little wm-'| P-r» is intended for the tough fibres, cords
gies and Saddle Horses, at any time
, .of S- 100<b —We-havauio-trouble UL-dis- .
and on reasonable terms. - .
posing of. our town property now men I
Also, will bny Snd sett horses, -sup
Rev. Geo. W. Ferris^ Manorkill, BchohariA
ara a kt u oat daily inquiring for property
plying farmers and teamsters on short
rnitable to make homes- Aud- as we
“ Mv horse wa« lame for a year with a fet
notice with such stock as they may need.
already can claim the metropolis of’the | lock
wrench. All remedies utterly failed to KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANDS
county we hope soon to bo a very pros- ‘ cure and I considered him wortldeaa until I
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
commenced to uaç Centaur Linime«it, which
) erous people in every respect^
rapidly cured bim. I heartily recopimend it.
’ ■ 1
, The weather dm ing the past few
vp-k-’ hfi“ be°n delightfnl. and m ost of_ case be “ wrench,” ffprsrnr?»pavin or lameness
DO 10U WANT LETTER OR NOTE
<T ifiy kind, th e effe ete ai> e t h« a »mu —Tha
the time perfectlv clear, just warm •
great power ot the Liniment is, however, shown
enough to be pleasant, the mercury at in Poll-evil, Big-head, bwectiy. Spavin, Ring
We will furnish them to yon hand-
no time indicating u greater, tempera bone. Galls and Scratches'; This Liniment is Paints. Oils,
I Homely printed for less than you can
I buy the blank paper at retail.
ture than 76° Fahr, io the shade ! Al j worth million s of dollars yearly to the Stock-
Glass, Fancy and
though a s ower of rain how would be grower«, Livery-men, Farmers, and those
of greut service to our growing cereals, having valuable animals to care for. We war
Quality also fnrnished for
rant its effects and refer to any Farrier who
yet we doubtless vrill have no occasion
, less by the box than you can buy the
A FULL SUPPLY OF
has ever used it.
— * w
’"plain ones at retail.
tp implore for the reviving elemonts, as
Laboratory of J. 3. R ose A Co.,
D. T. S tanley ,
does our- sister State—California.
4G D ey B t ., N ew Y obk .
Common School .and
Last Saturday morniDg the M. S?d
Band, fully equiped, mounted• their
College Text IBooks.
J. M. POWELL, M. D.,
“ big wagon,” started for Lewisville, !
LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH.
PHYSICIAN AN!» SURGEON.
Io furnish music for the Grangers
Dr. JT. M. Powell,
^i'ic hie- Qnite a number of buggies
C«nd h«ek$ from Monmouth and Inde- . j A camplot« substitute for Cmtijr Oil, with-
! oat tts’ nnple«i-snt taete-to recoil In the throat.
OFFICE IN DRUG STORE.
pendenee followed suit- Their pro-'l The rexultof 20ye«ra’ priRWa o by Dr. Ham'l
STOVES AND TINWARE.
principally in ; Pitcher, of Masnachimetts.
speeches, music aud exercises, of the i Pitcher's Cssloria is particularly recommead- Having just received an assortment of
DO YOU WANT ANY KIND OF
inferior maxillary- Addresses jvere de j <•<! far children. -11 destroys wormH, aaxiiui-
STOVES AND TINWARE
i laiea the food, and allows natural sloop. Very
livered by Hon. Alonzo Clark, editor
eflicScions in Croup and fur children Teethinh. the undersigned is enabled to sell any
Willamette Farmer, and 8- S- Staats, i For Colds, Feverishne-u, Disorders of the Bow-
We onn get them up for yon in nice
thing in his line cheaper than ever.
style and at low rates. Send in your
Esq- All came home well pleased with I «Is. «nd St miach Complaints, nothing is so «£•
Repairing also done to order.
their riJe, and were pleased in that fectlve. It is as pleasant tu take as honey, coots
D. T. S tanley ,
Shop on Main Street, first door south
tliFy l ad partaken of a Grangers din bnt AS cents, andean be liad of any Druggist.
This is one of many Testinluniiils:
ner, which is always first-close-
C obswau ., L ebanon C o ., P a ..
Call and examine befcre purchasing
. - March 17, 1874.
The Teachers’ Institute held here
“ Hear Sir,— I have used your C astomja in your supplies elsewhere.
last week was largely attended. Marion my practico for Homo tiuie. I take great 7-3 4t
mid Polk counties however | being best pidasnre in recommending it to the prof«Mion
as a sale, reliable, and agreeable medicine. It •0)0 YOU WANT CIRCULARS OR
represented. All agreed that the time is particularly adapted to children where tl>e
repugnant taste OT’CusWr Oil reuders it so
sias not only profitably but pleasantly difficult
OF ANY KIND FKINTXD ?
speut. A lively interest being taken
E. A. ENDERS, M. D.”
Send ns yonr order, and it will be
Mothers who try Castoria fill find that they
by ail who were present in the various
done neatly and cheaply, and sent you
exercises either in complying with the can sleep nights *n-l that their babies will be
requirements of the, programme, or in
< D. T. S tanley ,
J. B. B onk k Co., New York.
SI io ULI’S,
siding by speaking upon the various 7-10-13t
M A N
V *• AOT V H E K OF
PATENT PEDAL UPRIGHT
StifierinteDdeDt, • -in infusing life and
energy to the whole of the exercises,
.TWO MEDALS AWARDED
rendering them pleasant as well as pro AT PHILADELPHIA EXPOSITION, 187«.
fitable, tiiifi*sll can say the right man
THE LOCATION OFTHECOLLEGE
T9 CENTRAL, ACCESSIBLE,
W. W. MARTIN,
WATCH MAXES AND JEWELER,
Dealer in Wiitc/iee, Clocks, Jewelry
-—.___ and Bdrerirare
Hank Building, Siale Ntrrrt.
1U GOODS AND WO«K’WABSASTM>.
DO YOU WANT
A BOOK OF
NOTES OR RECEIPT?
Send $1.00 in U. SAOnn-ency and re
ceive by return mail a book of 100 after
THÈ HENRY F, MILLER PIANOS
in the right place as public instructor.
the moat approved form.
Porfnller yceonnl r«^|d minutes else Ara used is the Public Hchool« ef Boainn, and
excln«iv«lv in th# N«w Eögknd Connrratorr
The Session consists of two Terms of
Twenty Weeks each, with a recess
of one week~for Christmas holidays,.-
and an Intermediate Examination 'ana
Renewing of Classes at the end of the
TUITION PER TERM.
Primary Department.—This em-
'* bruees the studies prescribed ' *
by Taw for District or Com- - —
..... $ 9 00
Preparatory Department .-High-
Arithmetic, Algebra, Geology,-
' Botany, Zoology, Astronomy,
English tlriinimar and Com-
position, Latin and Greek
Grammars aud Readers....... 15 00
Collegiate Department. — Full
College Course............................ 20 00
Janitor Fee _ __ rrt.......................
Tuition strictly in advance, as fol
~ For ten weeks, or half term, must lie'
paid'oil entering tlfe XbhodT/"aff d'Jlftc
payments to be made at the commence-.
rnent of ench half terrn to the close of
the session. ’
Board can be had in Mivate families
at from $3 to 93 50 per week.
The discipline is mild ondefirm, ad
ministered on the principle that virtue
brings lUuwu reward ami,yice ita_ftwn
shame. The highest incentives to vir
tuous actions are impressed by precept
and example, while vice and immoral
ity are restrained, by all proper means.
Students are taught rather to govern
themselves than to be governed. Moral
power is the principle, an appeal to the
head and heart, self-government from
Christian motive. Hence no stndeut
can.be permitted to remain who indul
ges in card-playing. inthnMranee, pro-
fanity, neglect of »todies, o? any other
vice or impropriety. Daily moral in
struction based on the Bible, leaves but
little else to be done in government.
Experience has dengonstrated con
clusively that mixed schools, nnder
proper regulations and restrictions,
possess decided advantages over exclu
sive institutions. Young gentlemen
and ladies exercise a rrfining, restrain
ing, yet stimulating influence over each
other; when associated in the same
school and in the same clabs, which
nothing else can supply, They vie
with each other for the wreath of
honor, as they labor side by sjde in a
God has given rnan two great volumes
—Nature and Revelation—suited to his
physical aud spiritual constitutions.
These are full of facts addressed to the
From Nature, we learn the principles
which minister to the wants, of the
body, giving food to eat and raiment to
wear. From Revelation, we receive
those principles by which the spirit is
fed, and clothed with trath and right
eousness. Any system of education,
which neglects either of these volumes
is incomplete. To train the intellect in
physical science and neglect the moral
nature, is dangerous to society ; for it
imparts power which, without moral
principle to guide, may. fié destructive
to the peace and happiness both of the
individual and society.
TO THE FRIENDS AND PATRONS
And everything that is kept in a first
OF CHRISTIAN COLLEGE.
'The prospects of Christian College
are most flattering. The institution is
increasing in reputation,-and its influ
Aud will sell cheaper than anybody ence and popularity are rapidly extend -
ing. Its friends may anticipate a career
of still greater usefulness. The patrons
All work warranted to be of the best of the school will do well to begin now
mateyal and by the best of wofkffian.
to shape their business so as to send
Also repairing done on tho shortest their sons and daughters at the opening
of next session. Ono full term, taking
notice a'nd reasonably, terms.
the classes in order, is wbrth more than
Give me a trial and I will, guarantee double the time scattered over several
sessions. We hope to welcome to the
balls of Christian College on the first
Monday in.September next, a larger
ROSK ««OWER’i COMPSKIO« «MiKOTALSIIIOE
number of^stndenta. and to inaugujpte
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a more successful and prosperous
session than the one soon to sloee.
TITOS. E. BERRY.
subjects which were discussed. Not
being present during the whole of the-
.»xcraises, wa are unable to say which
’was beet, but were highly pleased with
, I'ruf Johnson's lecture Jon 'Natural
History of.Abe elassifleatioa commonly
t rtn«d ”J>ug ology.” No time was
foolishly spent, for every moment not
otherwise 4cei^’-d was sdvsntageons-
lv nsod by plo^L. L. Rowland, State
Every candidate for ‘ admission info
'any of the departmentsTif fhiB College,
must prescrit satisfactory évidence of
good ¿ora) character ; it he shell-have
been connecte^ with any other college, •
he mukt produce a’ceftifioate 61 hdtior-
abTe standing from t^e* authorities bt
. . ■
Th# College is under the cere of a
Board of Trustees, who will sp^ro no
pains to make it equal to the Jemanda '
of the age. .
The members of the Faculty’ are
competent, energetic, anil ili-mted to
't >I the cause of edacation.
ADVERTISE MSE NTS.
We have been turning out some blank
book work that we think will compare
favorably with anything done in the
State- If yorr wanf a -blank book of any
kind printed, ruled and bound to order,
send tn us for an estimate
. We in vite attention to the nd vertise-
1 ment of Messrs.- Cbamberi.iu i Davis in
this issue. These gentlemen are doing
some as fine worths isibme' anywhere-
• If you want it Hack, Carriage,'<>r Buggy
, built or rep iir<-d, call on th\m-
^QJl'rof. J.’, P. Blake, , editor ¿of the
A D V E R T I S E M E N T 8.
Bro. S.X’. Adams, of Salem, deliver
ed us a very excellent and interesting
discourse on last Sunday. Our broth*
ren yrould be pleased to hear him often.
MAY ] 7, 1877.