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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1883)
trances, ¿re electric marine damps, dUiaiona Uthe Knights of Py thins jAT a recent Uh Friese Bible MeeL
A wealthy lady of Newark, N. J.,
ending their light two miles. An will have a competitive drill at the in£ thejfiiat,.fiver held, in, San Eram, ba a agreod to give a new chuich tn
lectrie rail way is.. in operation "off Exposition’ There will also be a cisco, a congregation of some 500 the Reformed Catholic Church,.of
he grounds and carries passengers band contest between twelve bands. Chinese men, women, and children, Newark, which at present has nine
.round the park.
The Kentucky Press Àssôciation gave $62.60 for the circulation of ty communicants of former Roman
The park contains forty acres, will meet here on September £()th. the Scriptures in China.
Catholics. The church will cost
ighteen of which are planted w’ith The Convention of the United
magnificent old trees, forming the Charities Association of the United
The Congregationalists of the
nest park of its size in the world, States will beheld in the Exposition State of Michigan have at last or
The Washington Street Metho
leveral acres of ground south of the September 24th and 25th. The ganized- a society for the relief of dist Episcopal Church at Brooklyn,
uilding are under cultivation as a The.State Educational Convention the disabled and needy_ ministers N. Y.t was opened with inhilAo sp.r-
rnt only affTTTF"wï!f+)e held here at the same time. ahifT® r families. Steps w TO)? vices last Sunday. During the va-
h Airlhmniin llnry;
rate/i at once.
Hsed, but where cotton and other when the Governor of the State will rate/
nisbed with carpets and cushions,
l>uthern crops are flourishing.
the building repainted, and the
be present; and September 27th
|The State displays of Kentucky, will be Texas Day, when the Texas
seating capacity increased. It is
¡Bnnessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Press Association w i 11 be enter tain-
proposed by the chureh- 4ro*tes*to'
rkaffsasTniTEmnsiana, show very ed. at the Exposition. The Gov-
put up a new Sunday-school build-
Tng”oh a Kt adjoining the church.
’al resources of those sections. The will visit the Exposition. So will
her displays of individual exhib-
-¿0|p0j.^e:lrg ^.e now em-T
Drs are no less interesting, and and the Associations of North and ployed by the British American lessons have been fixed for 1884.
►me from all section* of the United “South Carol
The Jnembers-oF Book and Tract Socieiy, in Cana The first six months will beTn Acts
tates. Some of the most atti ac the Eastern press have also received da. They distribute Bibles and and the Epistles.. The next three
re are in the galleries. Somo of invitations from the management. re 1 igious J i tera t u re through the months will be in Psalms. The
le finest art and decorative dis- The Bankers Association of the thinly populated districts of the last three months will be in Pre
ays, as well as many interesting United S&^tps will meet in Louis interior, where book stores are Verbs, Kings and Ecclesiastes.
bvelties and manufactured pro- ville October 11th. The fall meet scarce, and among the seaman and
.... Nathan Henry Demarest, recent
lets are in the galleries. . - —'—- ing of the Louis vi 1 ie‘ Jockey “"Club fisherman of the coast. Colportage
ly ordained to the ministry in the
The Art Gallery is filled with the begins September 25th, and lasts is found to be the most effective-
Fifth Avenue Reformed Church; is~
picest “Works.. of foreign and twenty-one clays.
way ol reaching the Roman Catho- preparing to start for Japan as a__ _
toerican artists,.loaned..bypromimu. _ .Tim Carriage Annuxy south west lie.. element, which constitutes a missionary.
It art collectors of New York, of main building. *
large factor in the population of
kiladelphia, Chicago, Cincinnati,
Tne Saw Mill Annex, and Model the province.
At the Colored Foreign Mission
Id Louisville, a collection as a JFarm, south.j2£.ja»in building.
ary Convention of ” the United
hole, never equaled on this con
The Art Gallery, north of build-
The Presbyterian Synod of Chi States, which met at Manchester,
kent. Gen. Grant, Gen Sheridan, in yr
na reports one hundred per cent, Va., September 20, three mission
ilmonOlorgamNe w com,Headley
JJLue State -Exhibits -in- north- increase of-accessions to its mem aries were appointed who willdiail
Id Springer inay be. mentioned as western section of building.
bership in the past five years._____ for Africa Decern I e.a.15. ,.---- -
Do not lad to see the galleries in
Arrangements have been naade
The thirty-seventh annual meet
The Seventh Regiment Band, of main building.
with the American Bible Society ing of the American Missionary
bw York, furnishes the music for
Half rates on all roads.
for printing the Mortlock New Society will be held in the Central
B first*fifty days, and will be suc-
Testament, translated by Rev. R. Congregational Church in Brook
Current Religious News.
eded during the last fifty days by
W. Logan, the Hawaiian Bible in lyn, beginning October 30.
Imore’s Band, of New York. In
Rev. W. P. Ilarvy, at a recent
B music hall in the building is the Kentucky Association, said that ol 18mo, and a volume containing the
Rev. T. H. Pritchard, D. D., of
Igest and finest organ in the the 1,300 Baptist churches in the greater part of the Old Testament
Louisville, Ky., will assume pasto
kith; and a well (rained chorus State only 100 have preaching ev translated into Mpongwe, by Rev.
500 voices gives a series of cou ery Sabbath, 300 two Sabbaths William Walker, of the Gaboon ral charge of the First Baptist
Church, Wilmington, N. C., on the
rts together with the organ and monthly, and many of the femain- Mission.
1st of November.
ing 900 not once a month.
Our exchanges .report a revival
Every Tuesday there is a com-
The Baptists have in Utah Terri
At the Edwards Mission Sun amoung the various missions in Ja
litive display of cut Howers. On
pan. thirty-six persons have been tory two ministers, two churches
lursday evenings the^e are mag- day-school, Lamar County, Texa^, added to the church at Annoka, and
abouf one hundred church
pcent displays of fire-works. Fri a revival Tas been in progress for
one church in Tokio reports an in members. They employ also three
y evenings are devoted to class- two weeks, resulting in the conver
crease of fifty members. Charles female missionaries.
11 music. On Saturdays the price sion of forty persons, many of them
Bishop (Methodist), says this year
admission after 1 o’clock is only members of the Sunday-school. A
The aggregate cost of seven
promises to be the long-awaited
enty-tive cents, and there are
Protestant church buildings now in
year of ingathering in Japan mis
kborate horticultural displays.
process of erection in New York
The press Associations of Ala
city will be $1,500,000.
The Bishop has forbidden the
tna, Mississippi, Indiana, and the
Rev. A. H. Simons, formerly of
Catholic churches of Michigan to
Irthwest have been entertained
[the Exposition: The reception by a missionary of the Sunday- raise money by rallies, fairs', excur Agawam, has become pastor of the
Baptist Church at Porval, Vt,
sions or balls.
other associations wdl follow. On school Union.
btember 18th the Louisville Fair
«Tames .Robert, recently a Roman
There are, it is said, 50,000 color-
A Baptist minister recently held
kociation will begin its display of Catholic, is conducting Baptist ser- ed Baptists in Kentucky. Ttffcir religious services for the first time
B stock, the meeting lasting five vices among the French Canadian total contributions last year are es in Lovelock, Nevada, a place which
jzs. On September 19th sixteen quarrymen in West Quincy, Mass. timated at $5,000.
has been settled twelve years.
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