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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1883)
Selections and Comments.
Then we must also remember
--- -thwt ono objec t of th e Eva ngrH.t-i,
-*~CAiiI.YIX~ N0T A PH I LOSO PHE R.-*-
to help the churches to better con
Churrh of Christ in Oregon.
His admirers call him a philosopher,
dition so that they may be aide to
and others describe him as “the
W. IT. Adams, Portland. ......
Txjo. Willis. Salem............ . ... Vice-President. help others. Then there are some
grim old dyspeptic philosopher.”
Mrs. Belle P. Walker, Forest Grove, Rec. Bee.
G. Davidson, Portland.............. .Treasurer. of our strong and wealthy churches
Whatever he was, better or worse,
J. W, Spriggs, Salem..Cor. becretary.
that are not in order and will not ‘
he was not a philosopher. The
All communications relating to the employ
ment of evangelists, protracted meetings, co call for his services or the services
epithet is a considerably loose one,
operation in «bearing pastoral work, etc., all of any one ; and yet these may
but can scarcely be applied in any
pledges of, assistance with requests for the
name, and all business properly coming before need a visit the most.
sense to the man of Ecclefechan, of
the Board will be addressed to the Cor. Sec-
All collection*» payment* of pledge*,
After the Evangelist has made a
Craigenputtock and of Chelsea.
etc., will be addressed to the Treasurer.
tour of the churches of the vaUcy
will go Ü n7Dalle7 and info"
into first principles and lay the dered himself unworthy of oiir ■^nfflSSTUNARY'NOTES.—
We are Bro. Floyd:
foundations of knowledge. Carlyle respectful attention.
The Evangelist and Bro. Burnett
did not affect that. He was con rather sorry of this, too, because
Will some brother in the church
otherwise, it would afford us plea
tented to get catches of men and sure to show up the perfect con- at Liberty, or any one else, give me will begin a meeting at Forest
measures and to make shrewd sistency of our course.
the Post Office ? There is no such Grove on Wednesday before the
th e y afe 7No~
We have seen a good deal more üffa as Liberty.
J. W. S priggs , Cor. Sec.
doubt he became . considerably in of late, we are sorry to know, in to the church and send some Re
debted to the philosopher of Ger the columns of these two papers to ports. I also wish to know if Salem, Dec. 4,1883.
many—more than to that of Scot-
Irving and Clear Lake are the
the aame affact j and.ypt if we
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tow ." 1
to accept a notion of some these
and by reflection from his literary are the journals that give the the above information will greatly
masters, such as Goethe, who felt people a high order of literature oblige. ’____ __ .
The . ~ Executive
Board of the C •
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the power of the idealism of Kant. which our “ other papers ’ are
M C. O. met in Salcm”6nTlie even
He never accepted any creed, and unable to supply ’ In the proceed
The Treasurer has handed me a ing of Dec. 3, 1883. There were
did not believe in a possibility of ing number of the Times its princi list of unpaid pledges for 1883. present: W. H. Adams, President;
system in thinking. His remarks pal editor gets so bad that the Old The list includes fifteen churches Leo Willis, Vice President; I. G.
are loose stones capable of being Path Guide is constrained to say-: and aggregates $1G4.
Three Davidson, Treasurer, and J. W.
used by others in building^ but not
churches have not paid one dollar Spriggs, Rec. Sec.
last week s Tvmcs, is eVeTy way r7rir~H3wF"“=p^^
flee. If he had sought to formulate unworthy of notice. When.he cul amount to $101. One other has dent and Secretary were laid before
‘ his thoughts, the product would tivates sufficient manliness to re- only paid 50 cents on a $10 pledge. the Board, and the Cor. Sec. was
have been a curious conglomerate traet his slanderous charge and The half of one pledge of $20 has instructed to hold further corres
or puddingstone. It will beat his apologize for it, we shall feel at been paid. On one pledge of $12 pondence with W.. W. Hayes, of
admirers to form a Carlyle creed; liberty to notice what lie may only $3 has been paid. The others Coquelle City, in .Coos county, with
thereafter say; but, till then, we beg
and if they do, they will not believe to be excused.
are generally small balances. The reference to the work of Bro. G. W.
it—they would be choked in the
We recommend that our editors time for taking the last collection Edmunds in that county, and to -
swallowing of it.— Dr. McCosh, in
call a convention to consider what is past, and less than one month of ascertain the least amount of help
The Manhattan for November.
the Savior says about motes and the year yet remains/ What are required from the Board to enable
T he D ark S ide —The Apostolic beams. The Times closes its ar you going to do with your un them to carry on their work to a
redeemed promises before God, my time when it would be self-sustain
Tinies prints an article on the ticle by saying:
ing. Bro. Hayes had said that
Is it not a shame that brethren brethren.
Hymn book controversy,” in which
We have these unpaid pledges of with help for the year they would
it justly rebukes the Christian cannot “ dwell together in peace.”
Standard for the use of the follow Let us have peace ’ Is there no S1G4. The pledges for 1884 of be able to do for themselves, but
way to settle this muddle except $307.50 so far, and with perhaps had not named the amount they
through our public prints ?
enough money to pay the Evangel would need.
“ P roduce the E vidence . $1,:
It is only necessary for us to ist till the first of January.
The correspondence concerning
000 R eward .—Some months ago,
There has been promised to the Albany- was considered.
the nefarious slander was publish
ed, that the Standard Pub. Co., had
Albany mission $100. Coquelle General Board have renewed their
entered into a corrupt bargain to
( ity is pleading for help to sustain pledge' to the Board, but as $25
secure the Revised Hymnal at cost
Bro. Edmunds in Coos county. had been already paid, it is only
It was promptly denounced as a
Those who defer their gifts to
slander, and conclusive evidence an-1
ad- their death-bed do as good as to The promising little church in agreed to pay $225 more. This
borest Grove must be aided, and wilt leave thè anfótfnt pledged to
duced to prove that, on the contrary, I
say, “ Lord, I give thee something
we were engaged in a laudable ef- I
many other places need help. Will Bro. Floyd $25 short. The Board
fort to secure equal and just terms
not the churches and individuals all request Bro. Floyd to go on with
Happy is the man who is his own
through the State at once upon the work, and respectfully request i
The authors of this slander; fail executor.— Bishop Hall.
reading this redeem tha old pledges the Adbany church to make »
ing to produce any evidence of their
" I thank God that I have lived
. > a and send in a new one for 1884 ?
further effort to secure $25 in ad
charge, still declare that there is
such evidence, in keeping here in
The calls for the Evangelist are dition to what it has already I
Cincinnati; and it is broadly in Christian woman. I learned more becoming numerous. But we should promised. With the funds at the
timated that the Trustees of the about religion from that Christian remember that there must be some
disposal of the Board it cannot feel
Hymn Book are not without evi mother as »he went about hér du
dence of this nature. Furthermore, ties and bore up under the trials of order about the work for thb ac justified in increasing its pledge to
it is intimated w® can .have it if wre life than I did from all the preach- complishment of good and for this work.
.will call for it.”
The Cor. Sec. was instructed to j
I ers I ever heard.” So said a bro economy. He cannot'go from one
correspond with all churches that
After reading this, we glanced ther to the preacher of the intro
down another column of the same ductory sermon at the Central As State, and thus back and forth, have made no pledges for 1884,
wasting both time and money in with a view to secure pledges
number of the Times and our eyes i sociation.— Biblical Recorder.
fell on the following editorial note
referring to one among, the best
linen "and" mOSt yncccf 11 b e va ngeli*t
in the State of Kentucky, and who
is also editor of the Kentucky De
partment of the Gospel Advocate.
*A slanderous notice \>f us ap
pears in the Kentucky department
of the Gospel Advocate, of last
week, the writer of which, by his
low insinuations, such as would
naturally emanate from the mind