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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1883)
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DEVOTED TO THE RESTORATION OF APOSTOLIC CHRISTIANITY.
MONMOUTH, OREGON ; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1883.
How strange and ofttimes sad the
With the’emne oTU^Tup^tfieffiT
And the angels standing hy,
held at Eugene city, Oct. 18-21, ister is called to pass I Not inex
Heart and tongue would shout his
1882, and Salem, Oct. 3-6, 1883. It perienced himself in all the suffer
is a neat pfunphlet of 13 pages and ings incident to humanity, is it any
Till the falling bodies die.
J. F. FLOYD,
Editor and Publisher, Monmouth, Or.
H. T. MORRISON,
Eugene Oity, Oregon, Associate Editor.
is for free distribution. Address J. wonder that his spirit is stirred, or
z flLripi ig gsAlem. -Or e gon r—-—■■
with the bereaved who come to him
for consolation ? Death comes up
pretend to knowwhythechurchesdo still into our windows,stealing away
not, appeal tn the,, S t ate
youngami many a
help from the State Evangelist. But vant of the Lord could repeat as his
they are appealing to me directly, own, these words written by one
from all quarters ; so much so that who pleaded for the gospel in a
Strive to learn this lesson well,
F despair of answering the fourth distant land: “ Yesterday I con
We are not responsible for the opinions and
Bentimenta expressed by our contributors, but Learn that song which Paul and Silas
part of them. Brethren, make your ducted funeral services for a young
for our own writing alone. Hence om readers
Sang within the prison-cell.
rnust judge for themselves. We intend to give
appeals through the Cor. Secy, mother who was giving to the tomb
space for the free expression of opinion, within Let it be our note of triumph
the limita of Bound aiscredon, and the good of
of the State Board. You are too her first born, an innocent babe of
Through this world of sin and woe,
the cause; but not be held as indorsing what
Strewing oft these gems of music
many for me •
others may write.
a few months. To-day I was re
N eal C heetham .
In our pathway as we go.
quested by parents, strangers in the
paper should be written :
Bro. W. E. Pedigo Th J writing "us land/to TTelj^therngi veHip-» lovely
1. On one side of the sheet only.
2. In a plain legible hand.
to change his address from Colfax child of three summers. Two weeks
3. Let there be plenty of space between the
to Garfield, W. T , a¿Jds: “ We aré ago they buried one younger; and
-4. Writ© with a p©n instead of a pencil, SO
that it maj not bo defaced in transit.
among a host of live brethren in less than three months past they
5. Write brief articles.
6. Expect no attention to articles, notices, or
Eden Valley. The cause of Christ lost one a few months older. It was
queries not accompanied by your name.
us with the trouble, but first ex is on the upward march in this part enough to melt a heart of stone to
amine your own post office.
of the world.” Such news from hear that young mother call in tones
MARY M. GAY.
Our meeting in Monmouth so far distant friends we repeat with pleas of anguish inexpressibly sad, my
ure to the H erald readers and we baby! Oh, my baby I! I returned
’Twas night, and o’er Phillippi’s hills . has been a glorious one. Up to this
The lingering moonbeams shone,
writing (Tuesday) thirty-six have hope the work for Christ may con with the heart broken parents to
And over all the sleeping host
been added, thirty of whom were tinue and increase in the valleys of their desolate home, where the
Night’s mystic veil was thrown.
by confession. We hope to have Eastern Oregon and Washington sweet prattle of babes was hushed
Each trembling leaf and drooping flower
forever. Both father and mother
Were wet with midnight dew,
broke completely down as they
As our associate editor is com entered the lonely house, crying
No sound save that of moaning winds
The Christian Evangelist of Nov.
Where the tall cedars grew.
paratively a stranger to many of “No hope I no hope! all are dead !!
15, says : “ Bro. Campbell is only
our readers on this coast, we take Then lifting up their voices they
Within the inner prison cell.
8hutrout from human sight.
pleasure in quoting the following wept as only the desolate can weep.
Two captives lay in cruel bands
paragraph from our esteemed
My own heart breaks in sadness
already grown into the confidence
Lone watchers of the night.
brethren of the Christian Evangel and I cannot sleep, for the whole
The heavy bolts were made secure,
and affection of the brethren.
1st : “ H. T. Morrison, recently of world seems in anguish, weeping for
No friendly hand to aid ;
The cruel stocks, the galling chains
We take it all back. Last week Waupun, Wisconsin,, is located at the children that were and are not.”
Upon their limbs were laid.
we stated that Bro. Morrison would Eugene City, Oregon, and has be
The Catholic Sentinel of last
Bat hark ! amid the stillness
attend the meeting at Eugene; but come associate editor of the Chris
A sound breaks on the air,—
we finally persuaded him to re tian Herald. Bro. Morrison is week says’: " Our readers know
The prisoners start and listen
well known to us, is a good and that the Christian Herald has been
To the low sweet sound of prayer.
can blame us with it all if they true man, and our Oregon brethren our opponent for some weeks past
O, holy words so full of love.
will always find his voice and pen, in a controversy to which we gave
From lips that kiss the rod,.
and what is better still, his life, on some attention in our columns.
Blest angels bore them onward
the side of righteousness. We de Among other points the Herald
In their upward flight to God.
Green, of Cincinnati, Ohio, for a voutly hope that he and his faith denied the fact that the Catholic
And then a song of gladness
copy of the report of the second an ful helpmeet may find a pleasant Church was the oldest organization
Rang out upon the air.
nual meeting of the general Chris home and a useful field of labor in in Christendom. In addition to
’Twas not a sound of wailing
tian Sunday-school Association, the Sunset Land.” We have ac what we have said in reply to his
Or the note of dark despair,
¡But a joyous song of triumph
held at Island Park, Ind., Aug. 16- cepted Bro. Morrison, not so much monstrous assertions, we will sub
Such as from angels rise,
on what others have said of him as join another passage from a minis
And their voices joined the chorus
In its passage to the skies.
We have received from the Cor on his real worth among us. We ter of the Herald'8 owi church.”
I m ye ^’iik, O Roman soldiers.
responding Secretary of the State have tried him and know what he Now if the editor of the Sentinel
I That a ransomed soul could weep
will put his finger on the paragraph
Board the report of the Christian is capable of doing.
U u«t because of chains and fetters ?
In our passage through life’s journey.
Over sharp and crunibTing
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And our feet made fast in stocks ;
Snares of sin and dire temptation.
Chaiiug iw on every aide,
Still we havo the loving Jesus
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