Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18??, June 29, 1883, Page 10, Image 10

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    Gtrftis’r'iÀii tìKftAtb
as to the man of men. And if any
doubt remain as to the effect of
such doctrine, I appeal to the relig-
All matter intended for thia department ious state of the great German com­
should be sent to J. W. Caldwell, West Union, munity—to their Sabbaths, to their
Owen Co., Kentucky.
June 19th, 20tli and 21st. There
were present E. L. Powell, G. E
Flower, J. C. Creel, J. H. Roulhac,
R. A. Cook, T. D Moore, W. L.
Butler, Editor Apostolic Church, J.
We wish to correspond with every preacher
in Kentucky jn reference tn thfl
Waddell, Miss Eugene Parham, W.
eral indifference as to revivals of M. Weatherford, J. W. Gont, W. A.
religion, such as produce and foster Gibson, B. C. Dwees and J. W.
The Spread of Infidelity.
warm hearted piety.”
Crenshaw. The church at Paducah
The conflict now in this country
“ To the same state, or one much extended a hearty invitation.
—i n r e gai d to t he integrity ancTinspi- like if, \musTicc also come ere long,
ration of the writers of the Old unless tills tide (‘¡ill k-11 vc-rhiJ Kuttiaa..,
Testament and New, had boon- us. On the present.generation in $800,000,000 for alcohol.“ The
Bond for terms.
wealth and numbers far surpass the
railroad owners. There is then no
excuse for farmers’ complaints.
Let them unitedly counteract the
grasping efforts of these roads and
within reasonable bounds.
working men are the..power; they
have the nujnbers a nJ wcj^th.
Then fellow workmen, quit your
complaining, unite together, and
control our country to the good jof ...
waged for fifty years and more in our country, it rests to decide the value of property in round num­
We have received the following
Germany, when Prof. Stuart and question whether we shall follow in bers is $50,000,000,000. In 62j invitation to attend the closing ex­
Dr. Edward Robison began their. the footsteps of Germany.—Ar. Y. years our people drink up the entire
"Taiue of oui* property. Thus day regret that it is out of our power to
the Scriptures. They made their
by day our guzzlers arc worse than attend. We are proud of the stand­
pupils and many general readers
wasting our abundance.
Better ing of eminence, and congratulate
Notes and Comments
familiar with the prevalent methods
j Pres. Giltner on his success: "You
"Of" German rationalism, and also
fire. Chicago was rebuilt; but a are respectfully invited to attend
with the profoundest and most cations of improvement.”
man burned up with alcohol can the closing exercises of Eminence
powerful defences of the divine in-
never be rebuilt. If he goes to a College, beginning June— 4, 1883.
spiration of the whole. Ril.U... ..Bui
The Çburch
Fu lt o a. K-.Y -, want
drunkard’s grave the Book of books Oral examination of classes Monday
I ** •»-*»««-**» «V. ..
A JI....__
1 £~1
they foresaw the wave of infidelity a preacher. Address Ed. Sparks at says, “ No drunkard can enter the and Tuesday, the 4th and 5th. The
that place.
that would roll fast over England,
kingdom of heaven.” The churches Philomathean Society will give an
and then, with accumulated depth.
kilUVTTh cr tjnsjimoftuTtoJUftiTi fihniiM
by covering the hard glue with a
wave of the Atlantic, would break,
cetic j^cid.
popularized across the new fifty-
million minded, free-thinking, all
........... Icrrowiiig ferfnfeflttng rephlilm^f .¿hi».
“time, is" a poultice made of soft
United States.
—r— soap and flax or corn meal.
In 1852 an article was published
by Prof. Stuart, Bibliotheca* Sacra,
Life' is full of useful lessons. We
in which he wrote down, with in- can not see or hear the most trivial
and prophetic warnings as to the
Spirit of Scepticism, which he per­
ceived so rapidly increasing in this
country ; the in-rushing tide of the
unbelieving, unsanctified erudition
of Germany. He went so far as to
propose a plan for establishment in
America of “B ible C olleges ,
S acred W est P oints ,” “ where
officers will be trained up, who are
able and willing to defend, to the
last extremity, and triumphantly,
that holy citadel of Christianity,”
the S criptures given by inspira ­
tion of G od .
“ If the ground is once abandon­
ed, which Paul has taken,” said
Prof. Stuart, namelv, “ that all
OF G od , then every one is left,
wholly and without any checks, to
case ; how
much of the Bible is consocant with
his own reason and subjective feel­
ings,, and how much is not, and
the feelings are, of course, the high
court■"Of‘appeafr^Y7Tia'i now lias be­
The Woman’s Christian Temper­
ance Union gave a dinner to the
News and Messenger boys in New
Orleans, and about 100 signed a
pledge not to drink or gamble^
*■ An exchange 'recommends one
ounce of salt to every 10 or 20 of
butter. We know of a number of
butter makers who will not believe
that; but would accept the reverse.
stop its manufacture and sale Address at 11 o’clock by Hon. Ben
I hey have it in their power, and S. Robbins. Commencement exer-
are responsible if they d > not use itrfewes in the afternoon.
and Musfcarperformance at night;
Thursday morning, the 7th, Annual
Address by Eld. George Darsie. —
Afternoon, Entertainment by the
Music Class. Exercises will be
Not long ago we were plowing a
piece of “new ground.” There
were several stumps which inter­
fered with the.. work; but we’ did
not Stop on f-ln-ir nrrniinLj urn Vajpfc ■hold at Hr4rrr.. night,
plow ing and were soon above them. Levee at the College Grounds.—W.
(We were plowing on a side hill.) S. Giltner, President.
£>ucli is life. Men (?) sometimes get
in our way. Unprincipled, self­
The following have been selected
seeking creatures; who care not for as a committee on Library for Sun­
others. What shall you do about day-schools by the General Chris------
it, stop your work and grapple with tian S. S. Association, organized at
them ? Would you “ scuffle ” with Island Park, Indy Atlgust, 1882 :
a stump ? No ! work on and you S. P. Lucy, chairman, Midway, Ky.;
will soon be above them ; and in F. M. Green, Cor. Sec., Kent. O.;
your diligence to do good, will soon J. II. Hardin, Hannibal, Mo.; L.
Torget them.» They may denounce L. Carpenter, Wabash, Ind.; C. C.
you, hound you, or what not, you Cline, . Louisville, Ky.;
N. S.
are above them and their words Haynes, Decatur, Ill.; E. Sias,
of opposition die away in the dis­ Cascade, Mich.; George Darsie,
tance and harm you not. You can Frankfort, Ky.; J. W. Montjoy,
only pity and pray for them.
Columbia, Mo.; F. D. Power,
The Christian liecord comes
much improved. It Jis now printed
at Indianapolis, Ind., by A. O.
Goodwin, to whom all business
letters should be addressed. Bro.
. Mr. Mulhall furnishes us with the
TOTKes^"office is still at Bedford followin'; statistics of the U. S.:
Railway«......... .
.$ 5,020,000,000
Farmers............ ..........
. 9,615,000,000
. 1,820,000,000
This morning (May 23) the snow Cattle................. ...
. 6,665,000,000
fell here (40 south of Cincinnati) Home«........................
. 18,000,000,000
5,220,0i »0,000
1 inch deep. Com, potatoes, peas, Forests, Mines, Canals
beans, cabbage, tomatoes and sweet Shipping....................
potatoes are about hand high. So Public Works..............
'I bis is taken from the census of
far as we have examined no damage
is <lone.
. _ . 1880. It will be seen that whilst
come of the Book of God, true;
many coinplaints are made against
authoritative, decisive of all duty
The South Kentucky Christian railroad monopolies, that they are
~ ’.'dSr Association will
~..... I — —
and all matters of faith .2 . G o , n ey- Missiona r y 'S
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not so formidable as we think.
absolutely gone, irretrievably gone, held its last session at Paducah, j The farmers of this country in
Washington, D. C.; L. R. Gault,
Dayton, O.; A. I. Hobbs, Louisville,
Ky.; O. C. Atwater,’ Randolph, O. ,
We have need of such a movement
as this for some time. While the
undertaking is difficult, the com­
mittee is equal to it. Of course
there will be some unbrotherly
criticisms by those who oppose
Sunday schools.
But let “ the
heathen rage.”- We suggest that
the brethren generally express their
sentiments and confer with the
committee about the selections, as
we are all interested,