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an ordained minister the rule, as a on the propriety of the observance
matter of good order, but which ad- of ihat ordinnnpn by the chiirrlma
uills the right of a church under “ in the absence of an ordained
CONDUCTED. BY J. W. OALDWELL. m|
rninister.”- Standard. >
otherwise for the celebration, would
All matter intended for this department
When we call to mind that Mr.
should be sent to J. W. Caldwell, West Union, be best.
Owen Co., Kentucky.
On which the Western Recorder Spurgeon’s church celebrates the
wish to correspond with every preacher
in Kentucky in reference to the circulation of
supper every,Lord’s day, it appears
the H erald , and contributions to its columns. comments as follows:
Send for terms.
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It seems to us that it is a ques-- that tliis will become very good
tion very easily settled. The or Baptist usage in a few years.
Baptists on Weekly Commun dinances
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have been committed to
the churches, and they alone are
Notes and Comments.
The question of the weekly ob- responsible for their proper observ-
ance; and as ordination
servance of fh^ Lnrd’« Syfr01*
~ appointment ty a church
are G. W. Sampson, John Hall, E
4L-JIood.4F4< Devms,“J 1». 7^^;
C. H. Spurgeon, Canon Fleming, S.
H. Ivellog, and editorials. These
names are sufficient guarantee of
the excellent character of the ■
magazine. The name of E. B.
Treat is a sufficient surety for ex
cellence in appearance. For two
dollars and fifty eents 768 pages
(total .of the entire volume}
Address E. B. Treat, Publisher. 757
tists. So mo Time ago, the Canadi
an Baptist had the following para
We publish in another column
church, when without a pastor, to
It is asserted on good authority
appoint one of its members to ad
The Medical News of August 25,
minister the ordinances; but that alcohol is poisonous to the
whether it be wise in all cases to human system, haying no medic 1883. A weekly journal of medi-
cnnr.s.-fpteT-^ inaTpropirlies. There is no reason = WWTfflgÇ;-' edited by TT
—Ya.n d a llr M i D., and H. ^A. -d attett;
r k V „ tyE week 1 v com m union--- I n
able uwist! lui lining ttT
M D. J. P. Morton & Co., Pub-
——rnnritthe matteF standi thus : 1. 1 111'F is encouraging, and we I
Nothing is prescribed in the New have only words of cheer for our
lishers, Louisville, Ky. Three six-
Testament as to the frequency of Baptist brethren in thpj r
—---- M*»-eele bratiorr of..thC'^rrrdmancF the “old paths.” But we liaye not prevalence of catarrh in this
dollare per year. -Thftg «nffiber don-
brate every week nor forbidden to forgotten that Prof. Whitsitt and posed thus ¿should avoid dust as tains papers on “ Affections of the
do so. 2. The general impression and his echo, the Recorder, made much as possible. The simplest Eye as a Cause of Headache,” by
made upon the mind of most read the weekly observance of the Lord’s
and most effective remedy is to « I >r.
Supper one of the dreadful marks
\ alue of Physiology in the Prac
the ordinance was celebrated fre of that poisonous “ literalism ” by burn iodine and inhale the fumes.
quently, every Lord’s day or often-
Wash often with salt water, and tice of Surgery, editorial ; “ Bibli-
t+tpr *T~ “London ~TættërT~Har-
er—and that this celebration was which “ Campbellism” is disfigured,
di son; “ American Dermatological
very informal, usually following a and one of the evidences that Mor
» ” Dr. Van Harlinger; 1
meal partaken of in common. 3. monism is the offspring of Camp^
■ J he British Medical Journal
__.__.-The same may be-inferred from pas- J^lju^
jjjiL, Ln11 n< v i Ho Medie&l1 iua are f”
grasp of t'Fns"
Tne earliest English Baptists, at'
strongly, in favor of all classes I he News is an excellent periodical, |
t the beginning of the 17th century, monstrous “literalism ?” Are they taking suitable holidays. This is and should be in the bands of every
practiced weekly communion. 4. about to identify themselves with
physician. SendJFi sample copy.
7——,--w-tUtttg- -that "eactr Campbel 1 ism—•—and Mornihnfarfrn
church should follow the course The Recorder, it is. true, is only 7>f every ““yvorker.
Tice American Practitioner for
that seems to promise most edifica about half way converted. It con preacher should, at proper times, go
to the country, with rod, gun and August is before us. It is now in
fesses that to be “eminently proper””
--------------- Th© Christian Index' "(Georgia)
Testament, and hunt for both game its 28th volumn. David W. Yan-
which is only questionably“ wk«”
dell, M.D., ami ohn^A^^Octerlony,
Why“ is the rankest “Camp ma smneÉr-------
A. M. and M. D., editors. These
This sounds dispassionate and
impartial, but we lean rather more
The August number of the men are eminent in their profession,
than our contemporary toward or more unordained members of the Apostolic Church is a
readable being professors in the Medical De
weekly communion, as the probable church to preside at the Lord’s ta-
partment of the University of
result of the New Testament teach- ble. Yet the Recorder has <rot far number, as indeed are all numbers.
— We once had the pleasure of being Louisville. The contributors for
enough along to regard it as “ emi
And the Examiner, of New nently proper 1” Good. There is connected with the A. C., but mis this number are Drs. Cheatham,
York, has a paragraph on a special evidence in this of returning sani fortune by way of long continued Webb and I uqua. The editorials
sickness, prevented our continuance. are excellent. This sterling month
phase of the subject, as follows :
ty. We are not without hope—
- Considerable interest is now be Since the Scriptures are silent on Bro. Butler, the editor, is a young ly should be in the hands of every
man of great strength and perse physician.
ing manifested in the question
whether churches ought to cele
verance. One feature of the paper monthly. Three dollars per year.
brate thef Lord’s Supper in the ab- dained ministers to serve at the is a thorough discussion of the This is as cheap as any medical re
seence of am ordained mimster. Lord’s table, and the Recorder is
view of which we know. But we
fhe difficulty seems to be to steer disposed to respect that silence, and eldeiship, a question but poorly
clear of sacerdotalism, on the one the ALatmi/rer has been on the hunt understood among us. It is the believe that all medical as well as
hand, an J of the tendency to ignore "¿fichant -er and verse ” for ordain- largest 51 page monthly, published law literature is too high. The
,ordjjiaLion_-xin the other. Many
in our ranks, for the low price of Practitioner and News can be had
Canadian churches think it impor
one dollar a year. We would be for five dollars. Mr. Morton, the
tant to celebrate the ordinance ev fails to find them—that the Bap- glad for all our readers to take it. publisher, is the largest publisher
ery Lord’s day, and regard tbe^ffb Xis^J^XJ2JgkJ^^L„be converted
ligation to obey' Christ/s Injunction to “ literalism ” as to respect the si ■A'ddre^’AV.. G: Bu tier; May field , Ky.’ and book dealer in the State, and
we recommend him to our readers.
more binding than any particular
Send for catalogue of books. John
method of doing it. Those who in
a portrait of W. R. Williams, the JLMsxlaaJ5 Co.„ Nos. aio to 44<>
sist upon the necessity of ordina-
= hua as-lur „tha-proper -adminhstra-
• minister. Ser- W. Maint St., Louisville, Ky. '
tion of the ordinance find it diffi- significance.
__ JMpR»,Vy Di, \\ illiamsyDr-. Curry and
. .Z.__ cult w quote chapter and verse in
Seriously, we are pleased at the ■ üaïlôn Farrar. Sermon Thoughts
1 lie measure of man’s rp.snnnui-.... j
favor of their view, and rely chiefly
oility to his God..is the measure of
~ ~~~ zupan, the .argum'ewF^hF-expecffeff-7 1
cy. Probably ah intermediatej>o-
-his ability coupled with his oppor
oftwuu >vmvu wvuiu luukv wjc uu-
ovu- W itherspoor and J. P. Boyce. Be- tunity. Readar, are you filling
jninistration of the ordinance by 1 sible view their scribes.are taking sides these excellent contributors
that measure ? If not, why not ¡
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