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THE RESTORATION OF APOSTOLIC CHRISTIANITY* J
MONMOUTH, OREGON ; FRIDAY, .IAN. 5, 1883.
Several brethren have subscribed ' We call special attention to the to die a cruel death fraui) cold.”
for the IIl’.KAl.l) to semi to friends article in this issue entitled “ An Now' to think that the Christian
J. F. FLOYD,
i for a Christmas or New Year’s Abomination, by Bro. J. W. Mc- nation of England, by the powerful
ti, lu r~
, Prof, in the (College of arguments of her guns, is actually
to the Lord, ami is as it should the Bible, Lexington, Ky. We not TorcTng HnsT’oismÎm^^
Subscii pl ion Prier:
be. We hope that others will fol- | only indorse this article, but think ('bina, under the* continued axel
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Let ; it would be a good thing if every solemn protest of the latter, all for
low their good example.
brethren and churches w ho are i preacher in the country would read the sake of filthy lucre, is, indeedp
Prices will he given on application
.. .xaumgli fc make the blood run, in
not onTy sen<T "Tt'To rtTetrH
the veins of one who desire« to see
[Entered *t the Post-ofiice at Monmouth, as friends, but take a number of copies
second class mail matter. |
justice done to all, awl the
[ ami semi them out to do mission-
of the earth placed on a higher
' ary work. We yet have to learn
plane of temperance. It is also
the important fact that one of the
We are not responsible ter the opinions anil
known that thouwids of people in
sentimontk expressed by onr contributors, but very best ways to reach the people
for our own writing alone. Hence oui readers
America are failing victims to the
nnst judge for themselves. We intend to give with our distinctive plea is to do so
space for the free expression of opinion, within
habit, I with male and female.
the limits of sound tliscre.ion, and the go<><l of through our books and lellgloUs
the cause ; bnt not lie held as indorsing what
In view of these facts, therefore
others may write.
end gentlemen and the churches we think now, as w’e have thought
All matter intended for pul llcation in this
they represent would throw' away
palter should l>e written :
The Annual Meeting of the all human creeds and confessions all the time^that the great temper
1. <><» one aide of tlie sheet only.
ance work should take on a much
2. In a plain legible hand.
3. Let there be plenty of space Ixitween the ( 'hristian brotherhood of Western of faith and do like the Apostolic
Washington Territory, will convene churches, take the Bible alow as broader basis of operation, and thus
4. Write with a pen instead of a pencil, KO
turn its lotteries against every
that it maj not be d< faced in transit.
at Sumner, W. T., on Friday before
their creed and spend their time in thing of an intemperate nature.
5. Write brief articles.
(». Exfieet no attention to articles, notices, or the third Lord's day in January,
a study of it, they would I m - en I
,-»iles ’.nt sc-,m’win>e<l bv vo-r name.
1883. So writes Bro. S. Bonney,
We hav* deceived the prospect«*
gaged in a far better w‘órk than in
lie says he would also
w riting about the “ Revision of of a new ¡wiper to lie started soon
have one or more of the Oregon
('reeds.' Í'reeds have always been calk’d the Christian lhrme Maga
Christmas is over and the New'
a continued í source
of strife and di zine, edited by Lucy Rutherford
Year has commenced. Iict us all
vision amóng those professing and Amanda Bostick,and published
try to do more for Christ this year
(’hristianity, ami then- can evident by ('. M Wilmoth fc Co, Dallas,
the office that, long during the
than we did last.
ly be no Christian union on Texas. It is to he a monthly
any basis other than the Bible pamphlet of 32 pages, devoted to
At the close of the Old Year and
alone. It is worse than folly to home culture ami the development
authorized to announce talk about the union of religious of ('hristian character.
the lieginning of the N<w is the
P. lì. Burnett will begin people until the destruction of the nounces an able corps of contri
time when most busim
butors, and promises to be a first
amine the»» books, liwlance accounts
last human ereed in ('hristendom.
class Magazine. We wish them
and see how they stand financially
lt is stateli oli i~- <<ood authority • » success in their enterprise, anti will
with the world. Some are satisfied
tliat tliere are at least fifteen or be j»leased to place them on our
w ith their year s work and others
t wenty millions of opium -mokt-rs exchange list. Price SI 00 per an-
are not, at all satisfied How is it
Dr. T. J Conant, in his able de in ( 'bina, ami tliat thè vice is grow- num.
with you, my brother or sister, in
Wolverton asks us
reference to your business account fense of the genuineness of the ing continualiv on thè peopb-, As
the collections and
with your God ? Have you sum <'ommission, as reported by Mark,
med up the work of the past year '
If so, are you altogether satisfied wont to reject it, that they think opium smoker will not only part,
with the way your account stands too much stress is laid on baptism with his worldly possessions, but
We are informed that the Linn
with him' If not, what do you \\ hat a reason ' 1 here is no more lie will even sell his wife ami County ( oo|H ration will meet near
propose doing ' The best tiling stress laid on baptism in this children, ami then take p> stealing A litany on tin- Kith of this month.
that can be done is to set new re passage than on many others in the ami other crimes in order to get I Im exact place and the time of
solutions that you will do better in New restament. Shall we, there the means to atisfy Ids fearful meeting an- not stated. We have
a special ami rather pressing invi
tin» future, and work continually to fore, reject them all ! We think cravings for tin* drug, W. N. Col- tation to attend this meeting. But
some of these Doctors of Divinity tins, of the English Church Mission as this month and next are our tw’o
had better write a book of their at Peking, says : “ To supply his busiest months in the office we feel
We were pained to learn of the own t<it satisfy their whimsical no pipe the man will take the clothes sure that the brethren will excuse
death of Sister Adams, of Salem tions of t-Lings and throw away the off his children’s backs, exposing us should we not be able to comply
The memorial from Bro. Spriggs Book that God has given them. them to all the severity of w inter with this kind request, rather than
have u,s neglect their pa^er. Well
came in too I.de for our l#st issue. Phis is the shortest w ay to get rid weather; he will sell Ids wife.; he see what we can do. We hope to
Please lead it in this number.’ Bro. oT tllTT" pusitivc anthirrity tif Js-sm-4-will-taku.Xlxe wedded.. gaxiuuit-i <.»tl 1 Lu aLk. tu- dQ . bgttex... during.. tli&:
hk aged mother, aud so çaüse ber spring tuid suunutr iuqu U^
Adams 1ms our sympathy.
C hristian H erald .