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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1882)
MONMOUTH, OREGON; FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1882.
simply to make a beginning before:
its new^ yeat\ and wrrrour printers
J. F. FLOYD,
and other assistants "in the office
Editin’ and Publisher, Monmouth, Or.
work have asked for holiday during
Christmas week, seeing they have
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n.. . num ,$2 oa .~. liaun..x.ury-faithful urn I closely coip-
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fined for a whole year, we think it
eminently proper, to say the least
Price» will be givei) on application.
of it, to grant them their request.
I Entered at the Post-office at Monmouth, as Besides, this will give us time to
second cltuM mail matter. |
bring up the back work of the office
incident to the change of editors,
We are not responsible for the opinions and and thus get everything in proper
woutiments expressed by our contributors, but shape for the beginning of the
for our own writiug alone. Hence out leaders
oust judge for themselves. We intend to give thirteenth volume.
Bpace for the free expression of opinion, within
tlie limits of sound discreiion, and the good of therefore, to see all, editor, printers
as , indorsing what
. W LLtV
otners may wriTo.
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All matter intended for publication in this in January with renewed energies
paiier should be written :
an<l lay hold of the work with such
1. On one side Of the sheet only.
2. In a plaiu legible hand.
determination as to make some
3. Let there be plenty of space between the
rapid strides towards a complete
4. Write with a pen instead of a pencil, so
that it maj not lie defaced in transit.
victory during 1883.
CHRISTIAN 11 ERA LD.
5. Write brief articles.
6. Expect no attention to articles, notices, or
queries uot accompanied by your name.
C hristmas G ift T o A ll 1—Ah,
we have yon now, and remember,
we expect you to pay this. If you
will send us one new name with the
money, and as many more as you
can, and all the other good things
you can think of, we will try to be
The C hristian H erald wishes
all its readers a merry Clvistmas.
As there will be no paper next
week, with this number the C hris
tian H erald completes its twelfth
We desired to take
charge of the H erald long enough
before the new year for the people
to learn of the change and to form
some idea al>out what it will be in
the future. This is now our third
numlier, and we feel sure that
sufficient has been said to indicate
to the brethren in a general way
the future course of the H erald .
As admitted by all, so far as we
know, who understand the situa
tion, its prospects are now brighter
Than ever before. The paper has
been wonderfully built up during
the last year, and hence, comes
into our hands in good shape for
the coming work. Ay we wished
Sonic of'our reports and contri-
but ions were crowded but tills*
week. Let our contributors be
patient, and we will pay thee all.
The manuscript will not spoil.
The Pacific Christian Advocate
talks about the " different branches
of the church.” Does the Advocate
not know that the church of Christ
had no “ branches ?*
Tlie editor of the Faithful Wit
ness, in writing of his visit to Win
field, Kansas, says, “It will be re-
membered that this church has been
for over a year under the pastorial
care of Bro. F. M. Rains.” The
italics are ours. It occurs to us
that this is another innovation. We
first had the new invention, “'the
pastor,” about which the Bible
Bro. R. B. Neal, of Lewisville, knows nothing. Then we had the
perance paper called the Worker, toral charge,” and now it turns out
and the first number is on our ta that we have the “ pastorial care.”
ble. It is a 4-page monthly, neatly Will the Witness tell us what it H.
gotten up and welt filled with very to have the “ pastorial ” care of a
wholesome temperance matter. church ?
Such a paper is evidently needed in
Mr. R. G. Ingersoll has been lec
We notice from the reports that Ky., and Bro. Neal is the man to
in Louisville, Ky. His at
some' of our churches in Oregon make it go. We, however, suggest
have but one elder. Brethren, this Temperance Worker as a more, ap tention this time seems to have
is not according to the Scriptures propriate name. All success to yóu l>crn turned to the destruction of
As we profess to lie preeminently a Bro. N. We take pleasure in put Calvinism. As long as Mr. Inirer-
Bible people, in order to be con ting you on our exchange list. soil will confine hibiself to this
work we shall have but few objec
sistent, at least, we should practice Price, 50 cts. per year.
tions to file. When he gets through
what we preach. If you ask what
with Calvinism he can devote the
shall be done when but one suitable
Bro. Powell writes us from Alba remainder of his time to all
man for elder can be found in the
ny that a protracted meeting will
congregation, we answer, do like
commence at the new church,
shall still not object. This is a
tlie primitive churches did, have
known as the Oak Creek church, on
work that has to I m * done, sooner
none, till you can ordain a
fourth Saturday evening in this or later, by Mime one, and we pre
¡>1 h r<ddy.
month. Please r< member the meet
sume Bob had just as well engaiie
in this calling as anyone else. But
Hitherto we have said nothing
if be supposes that when he shall
about our change on the H erald
Some have asked UH about the have destroyed Calvinism and sec
from stitching to pasting. We hope
peimamncyoftheH erald . Strange tarianism in general, he has over
this change is for the lietter and
| such a question should arise ! We thrown the Bible and the reti "ion
that all are well pleased with it
I wish it understood that we have of Christ, he has made a great o mis
We are taking great pnins to give
! come to Oregon to stay provided I take. The ditfi rence 1 «'tween these
our readers a neat as well as good
we can earn our meat and bread, is aS broad as the heavens.
paper otherwise. We think if the
and we have no doubts about that,
editors of some of our exchanges
matter. As to the paper, it is
In the Sunday School Times
would take the trouble to come over
sufficient to say that its publication of Dec. 9th, Dr. T. J. Conant makes
and examine our pasting machine
is secured lor at least four years to the strongest defense of the last
that their papers would soon quit
come. We hope this will be satis twelve verses of Mark’s Gospel that
falling to pieces when unfolded.
♦ we have seen for some time. It
should he rememliered that - I)r.
Brethren Moss and Stanley, ljand
The renewals and new names are Conant is ninong the most critical
in their closing criticisms this beginning to come in for the H er . biblical scholars in America. Ilia
week? As the-- pioneer preacher ALD. We are glad to know that urgunii'iiTs will not oirly iy^C ih-
was wont to say, “ If all minds are the brethren, and especially our terest to the Sunday-schools just
now closing up Mark’s gospel nar
now discharged, we will receive agents, are in earnest about this rative, but we regard them as
matter. Roll them in, brethren.
simply VQUvllWYC uu thia (|UestÌVO,
As Bro. O. A. Carr’s criticisms in
this number of the H erald are di-
1 ■ •
reefed against the former editor of
this paper, this leaves us-out of the
fight. However, we see the matter
in pretty much the same light as
docs Bi o. Carr. Bro Stanley if lie
wishes, can speak for himself.