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tion. He has eight assistant teach
KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT of Christians in Holland were some time in Mexico and Texas ers,
who are quite efficient in their
saved from slaughter by the Duke has returned to Frankfort. Bro.
of Alva. A tremendous wjnd once KIs a/first-class young man and depariinëiïrs. Thërë were nTà'tten-
CONDUCTED BY J. W. CALDWELL.
scattered the Armanda of Spain we are glad to welcome him among dance last year 62 females and 68
AU matter intended for thia department
males. There were eight gradu-
should be sent to J. W. Caldwell, West Union, over the wide wastes of the Noith
ates, four taking the degree of M.
Owen Co., Kentucky.
z Sea, and so Protestant England was
We wish to correspond with every preacher
S., and four B. S. The degree of
in Kentucky in reference to the circulation of spared to the world. John Knox
the H erald , and contributions to its columns.
good bill of fare, for those who are A. M. was conferred G. A. Holland,
moved his usual seat away from be
Bend for terms.
fore the window one-nrght; • pressed ■ interested in the Sabbath Question. - L.hatanooga, Tenn, Saven States
A Church Need.
by a feeling he could neither under It is edited by A. H. Lewis, D.D., were represented. The annual
assisted by C. D. Potter, M. D. address, by George Darsie, of
stand nor resist; an hour later
Every church needs men who are
Price, 25 cents per year. ' Alfred Frankfort, sustains his reputation
there came a musket-ball,' crashing
good financiers—church financiers.
as a speaker. Eminence has tested
the glass and burying itself harm Center, N. Y.
No congregation but has men who.
lessly in the opposite wall.
Bro. Munro, of Canada, was or the practicabîITtÿofcÔ-educatïôm...
are good financiers,- so far as their
Such things occur almost every dained at Lexington recently by We recommend the school to all
own business is concerned, but
who wish to surround their chil
many of these give no attention to day in some conspicious and expos Bros. Loos, Graham, Grubbs and
ed lives. One man had a convic Cowden. We do not know Bro. dren with healthful influences, and
to give them opportunities for edu
A few days ago we were convers tion that he must not t^ky_a certain M. personally, but know of him,
cation. For catalogue containing
ing with an evangelist of age and train, another feels that danger lies and expect good results from his
full information, address W. S.
experience, who is laboring all the in his embarking upon a certain labors. He refuses several calls
Giltner, Eminence, Henry county,
time for a cooperation of churches, ship; the train is afterward wreck here, to return to Canada, and be
lie is succeeding excellently, having ed, or the vessel lost; now the man is right, as Canada is scarce of
organized two churches in four knows that God interposed and preachers. We wish him abundant
n E xam - ple '—At the Mexican^
protected him ; and hftjaflhra...iLJie»-. tme.ce.ss ;—the richest blessings of
IJ tw v i f "
War Veteran s Reunion «ft "Uinclh-
ditions at other points. He stated consecration of his life thus spared the Father. -
nati in 1882, the Mayor gave them
that bis work went on well enough, as the only return he can make.—
Not long age we had the privi a supper at the Highland .House.
but the churches did not send in G. S. Robinson, D.D.
W i th the.. yariojML .courses there __
Perhaps one of the greatest weak lege of discussing a question about
their pledges. They are willing to
five different kinds of wine.
which we have some peculiar ideas.
fulfill their promises, but from some nesses of Christians is a failure to
There was present several preach A veteran, and a preacher, who re
defect in our teaching they do not recognize the perpetual care of
ers and about 1200 people. We quested that no wine be put at his
attend to paying unless hunted up. God for his children, both tempor
invited criticisms. The first critic, plate, but the request was disre
They go to pay their store bills and ally and spiritually. It is note
while he was candid, was courteous. gardled, said that as far as he oquld
other debts. But they do not seem worthy that as men grow more
But the second one, instead of dis see, at every plate, at the conclu
to feel the obligation to pay a spiritual minded and understand
cussing the matter in hand, indulged sion of the supper, were five empty
preacher, as binding as a promise God’s word better, they are firmer
glasses. At his own were five full
believers in particular providences in personalities, and made state
to pay any one else.
ones. This is the kind of total
To look up this matter, two er This is one of the most glorious ments to the effect that we had
that wins. This man
gone clear beyond the. Bible, &c.,
more men should be appointed in and blessed features of the gospel.
Under all circumstances, and at all tec. It is a sorrowful matter, and dared to be a Daniel in the midst
every church to attend to this.
one that causes every true and
It should be attended to as times He is caring for us, if we are
lovely man regret, that so many was strong to drink. O, for mil
punctually and faithfully as any but trying to obey him. How
thankful we should be for this men fall into this error. Let us lions of such men. On another oc
secular business. Yes, more so.
do as Paul did : “ When I became a casion, this same man was a pris
One of our greatest weaknesses fatherly care. Let us ever live so
man I put away childish things.” oner in Camp Chase. A few days
is a lack of a good financial system. that we can be continually under
Let us not be babes any more.
after his release, he was a guest of
In this our religions neighbors are the shadow of his wing, and as the
Hon. A. G. Thurman, of Ohio. At
ahead of us. We should, by expe apple of his eye.
In a recent note Bro. Eriett the first meal the red wine was
rience, develop some'system that
speaks of the harrassing cares of poured and offered to the guest.
Notes and Comments.
will enlist all our members to give
city life, and their tendency to He declined to drink. " Why,”
as the Lord prospers them.
J. S. Hendrick reports 4 confes draw one away from the contem said the distinguished judge, “ this
We will wait for some of our sions at Brooksville.
plation of heavenly things. Know
is not intoxioating; it is light and
more experienced brethren to speak
ing this to be true, we wonder why
Bro. Elliot’s meeting at Meaford, our leading writers do not seek the pleasant.” “ It’s against my princi
out; and by and by we will devote
ples to drink,” said the guest.
a few articles to the question. We canada, closed with 7 additions.
quiet of rural districts, when they
And the afterward attentions of
have no pet theory, but wish to
can have closer comrfaunion with
the judge proved that he honored
Bro. McGarvey recently gave a
look the matter square in the face,
nature and nature’s God. Of all
hie truest more for his steadfast
series of lectures on the Bible, at
and suggest as best we may, the
places^ the country is the best for ness.
Fort Scott, Kan.
best method of raising money.
Feeling the need of
In the meantime, let all of our
Prof. P. H. Duncan succeeds C. quiet and repose, we have come to
Every new church built is a fresh
churches be diligent in devoting Cline as State S. S. evangelist. the country. We can in 5 minutes
and emphatic announcement to ev
their means to the spread of the Bro. D. has no superior as a S. S. walk be in the forest and enjoy na
noisy .nfideland scientific agnos
ture and God more fully and freely
gospel. Let them see that each one worker.
than in any costly city temple. tic that the people are not yet ready
gives as he should. After all, the
F. D. Srygley, who edited a We invite our city editors to come to throw away their Bibles, their
real net?d is men who will attend to
God, and their hope of immortality.
“Texas Department” in the Old to the country.
Let such notices be multiplied on
Path Guide, has become one of the
We have received a catalogue of every hand. The best reply to an
regular editors, and he camo to
How God Protects Us.
Eminence College for 1883-4. Pres. infidel is to build a church and thus
Louisville in July.
A tide was kept back strangely
W. S. Giltner has' succeeded in propagate the pure spirit of the
M, C. Kurfees, who has been for building up an excellent institu- Gospel.— ^Christian at
for twelve hours once, and so a host