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We propose to start a school (free) the many utterances on Sabbath
far illiterate and careleg mil TBfhTTTT— T hi s is m erel y catching al
straws. The Outlook, of course,
contends for the Saturday Sabbath
There zis a proposition to unite of the Law of Moses. While nine-
the State and Sunday-school work. tenths of his quotations from other
This will, if Consummated work papers refer to Sunday Sabbath.
well. À much larger territory This is strange confusion. We
could be gone over. When holding should call the day, the Lord’s, and
Institutes, our Sünday-school evan thus not have such confusion. But
gelist could set things in order, in to quote such journals as the
JAdacatfifl. jgg j«1 .MjggiiSXlfes,
robservancc of the Seventh day
Mrs. Mix, Mrs. Moseman, M-r. Simp
the churches, could work up the bath, is the height of folly. All its
son, Dr. Monck, J. R. Newton and eased tendency., they improve, and
Sunday-schools. By all means, let utterances refer to Sunday.
Dr. Bryant, have had their day. many of them get well.” Replied
We do not like to complain, nor
the work bo uniteTb-«^*
Many profess to have been cured Dr. Buckley, “ Is not that a correct
will we. But the proof reader
..... „by Ahem _miracu Ion sly.. . . . There are account of the, manner in which
—TiiTth is" a' gift "Troin God Which might hrtrsh the-du^t-off hia glasses,
—..Tiran a uuch peisons'now, a n d th ey you. perform cures 1
This readily accounts for the enables me a sinner to lay hold on "ancTwFmusTw
cause no little trouble.
Jesus Christ as my Savior.— W. S. at more pains to correct our MSS.
Dr. Newton, who recently died success of< these modern mirack^ •
This will explain some errors that
i n .Xcw Ymk, wa* oxm-of the—moat workers. Those who claim to be Crouch
Can any of the theologians give have crept into our department.
RUlMlffnt.. I b I hw I u (?) wuikeis in midiiims, -JiLn i.lin “ bord ejs ’’ ari-.
a better definition than that.^r-
modern times. He traveled both deceivers. Capt. Carter, of the
The Greek Student, Vol. 1, No. 3,
in-this counLry and Europe and ex-
the assurance of: hfts
a8' ._ It is “a quar-__
hibited many crutches and canes as
terly journal, designed to aid stu
things hoped for, the conviction of
evidence that he had healed the
dents of New Testament Greek, es
lame and the halt At one time
Hgre is a clearly defined issue. pecially such as. are wholly unac- |
pe r fo r ming in 110
- foundation—fu r, a ll th i s ,.
rpTatntedwiththelanguage, and to
Boston ; a highly cultured lady,
furnish students of the Boston Cor
living at Dover, N. H., had been These deceivers live only for gain Crouch and the. Central Baptist are respond
right,-Paul is wrong......... —
- . sm:eiyidïiïct^Zfor many years ; shfu.
and others internated in this sub- . . .
saw many accounts of the doctor’s time that sensible people had done* ' A’good brother, writing us from ject, a medium of communication x
cures ; she mentioned the matter to with giving heed, to “ seducing Ohio, about holding a meeting, with one another.” The school of
her pastor, Dr. Buckley, for she had spirits and doctrines of devils.”
says : “ There seenfs to be no good N’ T. Greek is a timely and splendid
some thought of trying the doctor’s
material here.” Yet he complains institution, offering at comparative
Notes and Comments.
powers. Dr. Buckley asked her
of the abundance of sectarianism. ly nominal cost the advantages of a
the following questions: “Is the
Speak evil of no man, let brother Our brother is an excellent man first-class college in the study of
— grace ofGod sufficien t to sustain - ly io ve continue. -------------- -
The student is replete
you in your afflictions ?”— Answ er,
situation. Wherever there are men with suggestions, lessons, and other
“It is.” “ Do you believe that God
Bro. Robert Noel, of this county and women, there is material. We, valuable information. It is now a
has sent this affliction upon you ?” (Owen) has recently entered the
need not fear to preach the truth quarterly. When a sufficient num
Answer, “ I do.” “ Do you believe ministry. He has fine natural
anywhere. It is ours to go and ber of subscribers have been secured
it will be right to go to a professed ability, and will doubtless succeed preach, leaving the consequence it will become a monthly. We
Spiritualist, whose teachings you well.
with God. Paul says : “ J planted, have no better Greek scholar than
believe to be ruinous, to undo God’s
Apollos watered, but God gave the the editor. We bespeak for the
doings ?” “ No,” she replied, and
Bro. J. N. Beck, of Owenton, re increase.”
Student a large patronage. Sub
never went to Dr. Newton.
cently held a meeting at Corinth,
scription price 2t> cts. a year. Al
Our State Meeting was a success, fred A. Wright, JCditor and Pub
Dr. Bryant, one of Newton’s Scott county, with 36 additions.
subjects, also had a somewhat won-’ Here is^the home of Elder Whit so we learn from the Times. Thos. lisher, Boston, Mass.
derful career. But Dr. Newton de ton, who united with the Reforma Munnell, State Evangelist, made a
nounced Bryant as an imposter, tion in its earlier days. He is now good and encouraging report. Har
The hope of the temperance cause
mony prevailed throughout all the lies largely in the rising generation.
when they both professed the same 83 years old.----
sittings. There is a general desire If those who will become voters in
thing, and gave the same evidence
precisely, of—the truthfulnessof
Prof. Graham and R. B. Neal to do a larger work, to put 'more the next ten years are instructed in
is. But here is the way commend the HERALJ). "~Càn yoir mrninto the -fieldr This will re a knowledge of the physiological
in which Dr. Newton accounts for not assist in its circulation ? It quire a larger sum of money to be effects of alcohol, its immoral and
the success of Dr. Bryant, and it is deserves your support. Gladden raised. Our churches are able to ruinous results, necessary prohibit
a complete exposure of the entire some home with it, and thus en sustain many more men. We trust ory legislation will be placed in our
affair. Dr. Bucklev
•* asked “ If large your work for God and that their liberality be will equal to statutes and enforced. Each State
Bryant is an unmitigated fraud, humanity.
should include this branch of study
The C. W. B. M. held its session in the common school course. It is
Low do you account for the cures
We have a problem for the P. M. at same place (Cynthiana), The evident that within a decade this
lie makes ?” “ O,” replied Dr. New
ton, “ It is all accomplished by the General Gresham. Is it constitu work is increasing. It is hoped will largely prevail. Preparatory
faith of the people, and the concen tional to have wooden headed post that all the sisters in the State will to this, as States move slowly, let
tration of their- minds upon, his masters ? or is a man eligible to the cooperate, and thus do an effective all of the Sunday-school lesson and
operations with the expectation of office, who cannot sge or read ? work for God.
paper publishers devote, frequent
being cured. Now, nobody would Some of our mail comes a month
lessons to the question. At least,
go to see Bryant unless they had
The Outlook, a Sabbatarian one lesson per month, if not more,
some faith that he might cure them dirty. There is no excuse for this, I organ, is filled with enthusiasm, at should be in the study of this ques-
KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT and t.ha—mamón f. ho begins his
o p erations with gr e at p esi tiven es s
of manner, and when they see the
CONDUCTED BY J. W. CALDWELL.
crutches he has there, and hear
AU matter intended for this department other people testify that they have
should be sent to J. W. Caldwell, West Union,
Owen Co., Kentucky.
been curedy-^t produces a tremen
We wish to correspond with every preacher
in Kentucky’in reference to the circulation of dous influence upon them. Then
the H ebald , and contributions to its oolumns.
he gets them started in the way of
Send for Jerms.
exercising, and they do a good
many things that they thought they
Spiritualism seems to trouble could not do, their appetites and
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