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Springs did us good; and that we
are at home again woiking away
I wish to acknowledge the fol-
for the Master and.. cause.
Lo.wing.suiflB.fol. the ^jijpjportjof our
Health in this vicinity is good. foreign missions:
Harvesting and threshing in full
Fur General Fund: Church,
blast, which has made a slight Palestine, Tenn., $15.00; Chureh,
falling off in our congregations the Frankfort, Ky., 15.00; Dr. S. F.
^daya^-qmlû&share l^jth, 5,uo.;.Carson Crocker, Ma-
of our congregation is made up rengo, la., 1.00; S. S., Atlanta, Ga.,
from the leountryr"*"On last fj or d’s 2 00]’A. C. Bluer, .50,---- Char
day we had Bro. K. Bailes, of lotte, N. C., 100; Church, Swamp
Washington Territory. He came scott, Mass., 5.11 ; W. II. Morse,
on Saturday, preached Saturday Wabash, Ind., 5.00; Mrs. H. L.
evening and twice on Sunday. He Phelps, St. Peter, Minn , 2.00 ; —,
is a clear defender of the truth. Portsmouth, O., 1.00; Church,
Bro. B. has formerly preached in Granville Center, Pa, G.00; A. S.
this community. - His old friends Capps, Illiopolis, III., 1.00; Church,
were glad to see him again. Bro. Mattoon, III., 500; Challen Fill
B. is thinking of removing to Cali more, Cincinnati, O., 5.00; Alex.
fornia for hrChealth. On last Brownlie, Brooklyn, la., 49.60;
Lord’s day we had one confession, Richard Reid, Mt. Sterling, Ky.,
and baptism (the same hour of the 10.00; IL M.‘ Seymore, Thomas
day). Mrs. D. and myself expect boro, III, i.00; J. H. Baker, Mt.
to be in Monmouth the first week Sterling, Ky., 20 00; S. O. Hart,
in Se|>t. for a Jtisit to the short N. Bristol, 17 GQj_Mrs. Maria Bart,
Editor of the H erald , family, and 3.00 ; Church and S. S, Danbury,
other friends of Monmouth and Conn., 4 40; J. Z. Tyler, Augusta,
Ga , 20.00; Aux., C. W. B. M.„ N.
Bloomfield, O, 1.00; Aux., Canton,
D. M. D oty .'
Mo., 15.00; Aux., Warrensburg,
Mo., 16.00; Church, Oxford, Ind.,
8.02; Church, Willoughby, 0,6.60;
H illsboro , O r ,
Dr. Green Hill, Middletown, III,
Aug. 25, 1883.
2.00; Church, Hawk Point, Mq.,
, Since my last report Bro. Jas. 3 50; Mrs. Annie Sebastians’ S. S.
Campbell and myself have visited Class, Libertyville, Mo., .58; Thos.
and preached at the following G. Rannells, Wilmington, O., 5.00;
places: Brush Piairie, W. T., 5th Chas. L. Phelps, St. Peter, Minn.,
Lord’s day in July ; 2 added to the 2.00; Fred. Krouse, Platte City,
church by relation. Gaston, 1st Mo., 5.00; Annie E. Cullen, New
Lord’s day in August. Harris’ Cumberland, W. Va., 1.00; Enos
Bridge 2nd Lord’s day ; 2 added by Campbell and wife, Ionia, Mich.,
relation. Gibbs’ school house 3rd 11.00; Church, Ionia, Mich., 14.00;
Lord’s day; 1 added by relation C. Boothe, Stratmann, Mo., 5.00;
and 1 by immersion. There is a Dora Hall, Sciota, III., 1.00 ; V. W.
growing interest all along the line, Bush, Winchester, Ky., 10.00; B
and we hope to continue the good W. Couchman, 8 00; Dr. W. O.
work by the help of the Lord.
Walker, 2 00; T. Jeff. Quisenbury,
Your brother in hope of life,
2.00; David Ayers, Tedrow, O.,
J. P. E aster .
5.00 ; W. P. Aylesworth, Columbus,
O. , 20 00; A. S. Hale, Grand Ra
pids, Mich., 5.00 ; Church, Quincy,
Allow me to announce that Eld. Mich., 100; E. W. Darst, Edin
N. Cheetham, of Waitsburg, W. T., burgh, Ind., 15.00; Mrs. H. A
has consented to become Statt Radabaugh, Huntingdon, Ind.,25.00;
Evangelist for at least six months, L. L. Carpenter, Wabash, Ind.,
and will be here October 1st to en 10 00; S. S , Huntingdon, Ind., 6.15;
ter upon the work. He is person —, Orange, Ind , 5.00 ; Mrs. Hannah
ally known to the members of th« A. Kountz, Land, IlRtT^OO;• •
Fur Heathen Mission: J. C
Board and many other brethren it
the svalley. His works speak foi Hiett, N. River Mills, W. V., $5.00;
him where he has labored in the Melvin S. Post, Owasso, Mich..
gospel, and to others we will only 5.00; S. S., Flanagan, III., .65; S.
Tedrow, O., .05; Mrs, II. T
say ne is a powerful proclaimer ol
the truth. Be ready for him when Schell, Somerset, Pa., 2 00; M i>.-
he comes. Arrange your meeting Belle Kimmell, 2.00; S. S., Mober
and let your wants be known.
ly, Mo., 1.21 ; Henry Reckord,
Reckord, Md., 10.00.
. B ruce W olverton ,
For Turkish Fund; Church, De-
but a little over one year ago, has
corah, la., $12 50.
For French Fund : C. A. Kmnis, now a meinbemhip of nearly two
Woodbine, la., $2.00; Church, De- hundred. Not a single communion
coraK, ‘ In rlB »0; Mte. L«-F. -Lobio.jhaa>*§§4>1*feve been re-
gier, Laurelville, Pa., 5 00; Church, ceived on confession oC faith. iA
Wellington, O, 9.18; Aux, Mantua lecture and Sunday-school room,
with a seating capacity of 500, is
Station, ()., 14.17.
Total receipts for week, $486.72. nearly finished. The Sunday-school
See’yi —- numbers about 250, and with the
increased facilities soon to be at its
Box 570. .
Current Religious News.
still further enlarged. This church
is a working church in all its de
Rev. Dr. Lansing Burrows, of partments, and is especially active
Bordentown, N. J., has accepted a in the temperance cause.
call to the First Baptist Church of
Augusta, Ga. •
The seventy-fourth annua) meet
ing of the American Board of Com-
The Cologne Cathedral; which missioners for Foreign Missions
was commenced 635 years ago, has will be held in Detroit, Mich., be
at last been completed. Since- 1784, ginning Tuesday, October 2, and
over $2,600,000 has been expended closing Friday, October 5. The
on it. — ------------ —-
sermon will be preached byl’re-
A new Protestant Episcopal Dio I’essor William M. Barbour, D.D., of
cese is proposed in Canada, to be New Haven, on Tuesday evening.
set olf from the present Diocese of
- Rev; -F. L. Nash. once pastGr of
Ontario. Jt will l>e situated at the
the Presbyterian Church at San
extreme eastern end of the Pro
Diego, has accepted a call at Wat
vince, and it is Said will contain a
sonville, where he was located in
church population of about 45,000.
Rev. Dr. W. D. Snodgrass,_ of
The contract for building a Goa.
Goshen, N. Y, has been in the
gregational Church at Alturas was
Presbyterian ministry sixty-three
awarded to B. F, Nichols. The
years. Though he recently cele
contract calls for the completion of
brated his eighty-seventh birthday
the Church by November 13tb.
he enjoys.good health and preaches
Saddlersville, Md., Methodist
Tho Presbytery of southern Episcopal Church celebrated its one
Dakofh has received the assurance hundredth anniversary on the 29th«
that the sum of $30,000 has been ult.
'i* it.. 1 .
1 -—fiW. *1
irr <"—Ml t AI ■ 1 > - ■
secured for the establishment of an
Rev. William Whitfield has beeia
educational institution under its appointed pastor of the Methodist
care, ami is considering the pro Episcopal Church at Jamesport
priety of its early organization.
The annual meeting of the Rus-
sian Bible Society was recently
he Id in one of the council rooms of
the Admiralty, placed at their dis-
posal for the evening. The total
circulation in 1882 was 82,000
copies, and the total in twenty
years, since the formation of the
society, about 810,000 copies.
Emperor William has directed)
that the four hundredth anniver-
sary of the birth of Martin Lutbev
be observed by all Protestant
schools. The students of the uni-
versities celebrated at Erfurt, on
the Sth'inst., the entry of Luther
into that town.
At the July communion season
twenty persons wtre added to the
R formed Church of Schuylerville,
N. J„ Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman,
pastor, making a total of thirty-six^
additions sinqe the first of April.
The American chapel in Pans
wants twenty or more churches in
this country to subscribe each $80
for a pew to be kept for travellers
and strangers sojourning in Paris
and its vicinity. The pastor, Rev.
There are eighty-one general in
Dr. A. F. Beard, has sent a request
to his old church in Norwalk, stitutions in England for relieving
Conn., to let him place its name the poor clergy and their families,
besides 168 clerical chanties con
among the first subscribers.
nected with the various Dioceses.
The Plymouth Congregational Last year help was given by them
Church, Hyde Park, Pa., Rev.-J. to 684 clergy, and to 1,874 widows
t Edwards pwetor, though organised and children.