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MAY 17, 1877, a
CHRISTI AN MESSENGER.
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(Continuedf rom page 1 )”
gieat success in all of our largest
Bro. Warren c ost a'with these cities. Thousauds hpve been turned
Words: “ Now will the editor of the away, unable to get in. The follow
C hristian JW bss I cngkb .do one of ing ate a few extracts from letters
three things^Jst, publish this, (his from places where he has labored:
article) or, 2<), di»avowe,the teach
“ This dislinguislied'Servant of the
ings of saidjtrticle of J. F. A., or, 3d, Lord has conducted a revival among
apologize for its iiisertion and in. fu uaqueuching every night and several
ture bring forth fruit meet for repent times a day.for t$n weeks. A hun
dred have been baptized,.of whom
Now I close by asking Bro. War we l)uj>e.l^»t, at least a portion will
yen to 'Answer .the > following ques stick.”
Lions, let, who’made yoiF a censor
of the press, or of what Bro. Stanley
“O»y Brother, .Ijhilip, the Evangel-
Fat has conilucteiFa work of grace in
2d. Did Bro. Stanley commit a sin so effectual a manner t,hat we shall
of which he needs to repent by pub not want another for a great while.
lishing iny 'ajlicli? 3d. Will you ■ tVe bordially commend litui to other
please'-to define the words egotism, and remote
bigotry, and fanaticism?
be more masterly
’Yvurs'for truth also,
of thisi eU-qucul
J. K A MH.
and able divine. " When there isn’t a
Spencer Creek, Qr.
particle of interest, he can work
things so as to have thè yinxioa i seats
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lull, and you would think there was
Says the P- C- Advocate of lhe 10th a tremendous work going on.”
I would like very much to see one
‘•It saiiLjhat Rev. Mr. LI ay ties who of the handbills with which Philip
reeerll/ left the 'Methodist church
prefaced Ids work. Do yon suppose
to j(«iii the- Bapi isls, not only express- there is any likelihood of Dr. Sohlie
yd his change of Views on baptism manti disceveriug any of them ? It
ahd Hiibmilted to imtueriion, but was would t>e worth its weight tri gold.
also re-ordained- It ir also stated
Do you imagine that ,Philip, the
that he gavu such a good exegesis of first thing after he went into a
the Greek word ixifUzO that hi* Bap strange place, laid in with the news
^i.iat f riends applauded him- Of course papers, to empress on them tho im
it was the Baptist exegesis, lhe whole portance of his lujiug well reported ?
ef which doubtless could be summed What a pity that the sacred liistrian
up in Dr- Stone’s argumtnt that the did not give tis fuller accounts of
primary meaning of baptizo is dip or Philip’s relations to the press. Oh !
plunge, which fixes immersion only, what would I not give for a file of
as valid baptism- Of course it does
Gerizim frOtpel Gbng, published
not matter that the forty, tranalatqr*
iu Samaria about the t<mu °* Philip’s
who gave as our present version of labors?— National Baptist; ■
the Bible could not find th-is crut, and
lo r- th isre^ewn-left-4 he -w or«i as we
find it, untranslated, simply chang
Died, in the vioinity of Buena Vista,
ing the termination of the Greek
form *o a* to Englishite it,, end we Polk county, Or., Melissa Ann, widow
bave e instead of o. There tifa great of the late Hezuk>ah Davidson.
She was born in Baron county, Ky.,
deal of sense in this world^wbioh to
be *erviqeable only needs a .little Dec. 14, 1804, consequently her age
common sense-* '
A as 72 years, 4 months and 21 days.
grated with her frrmily
The S?RTF5TSifg?rt ‘be ’iuttfety dfir- •Jn
from there to Oregon in
rect, if it only said- that the ferty
1847. She was brought up in the Bap
translators did not desire to find out
tist faith and was a believer in Christ
‘•that lhe primary meaning of bap
from early youth ; but never made a
tizo i* dip or plunge, which fixes im pnblio profession of ,her faith nntil
mersion only a* v.alid baptism.” 1861, when she and her husband were
Then that word ” valid,” might well baptized by their son-in-law. Elder H.
for what M. Waller, since wbiyh time she has
is not “ valitj-1’- baptism is no been a faithful follower of the.Captain
baptism in thè sense of Chris of her salvation fill lief-« earthly taber
The translator* nacle was dissolved.
Site crossed the dark river May 5,
of our authorizi-d version, did not
1877, and, no doubt," diet her husband
dire translate baptize by any word
on thej‘ other shore,” together with an
but what would signify “ to dip," innumerable host of angels that gave
but the limitataions of the King pro her a welcome escort to that celestial ,
hibited their making such trausls- clime where she will see the King in
-tions. They must retain lhe greek his glory and perambulate the golden
words with english terminations, streets of the New Jerusalem and pluok
thus forming new words (like the ed the ambrosial fruits from the Tree of
itor of the advocate “ Engl ¡size ” it Life, and live in perpetual youllr-for
eyer and ever.
whose meanings would not be easily
She left fonr sons and four daughters
understood by the people-
and several grand children and great
Whcn we have such authority as grand children. She was very highly
Doddridge, McKnight, Dr. George «adeemed by her neighbors and a host
Campbell, Wesley, Luther, and eth of friends.
ers, whose predilections were favor
Elder H. M. Waller preached her
able to 1 different practice, tell uk funeral, to a large audtenc^, from the
that immersion was the ancient 15th chapter of Corinthians, proving
“ ptode of baptism,” we know they the resurrection. The procession then
marched to the Buena Vista Cemetry,
were not writing in self interest and
and there they performed the last sad
accept their testimony at par- Bro- rites, then sung the besntiful song
A. if you wouid protic by your “com about the borne “ over there,” after
mon sense” remark in concluding Which they departed eaoh one to the
you might grow vji»er yet-
busy walks of life again.
Z. D avis .
Buena Vista, May 7tb, 1877.
I have often lamented the defects .Editor Me»»e»ger :
The hand of death has made desoLte
of the Scripture. How many points
family. Our beloved Sister
* are left antouched, bow many ques
Ferguson departed ,thi%Jife, April 12,
tions unanswered. IIow many par
1877, at her residence in Lane Co,',
son« »re just named, and then we are Oregon, aged 61 years, 11 months and
left to guess at all the facta relating 27 days. She leaves a husband and
to them !
seven children to mourn her loan.
Sistet Ferguson: became n disciple
Take the case of Philip the Evan
gelist- I want to know more about of Christ in 1854, und» the labora of
him. What wai bis mode of trea eld Bro. Lewis Casteel and lived and
•ling a wqi^of grace ? Did be, for died a devoted Christian, She bore
example, when he was about to visit her sufferings with Christian fortitude,
• city, send before hand a few thous and has gon» to meet her father, whom
she said was just across the river. We
and handbill* to be circulated t/om
deeply sympatbiau with the bereaved
door to door, stating that:
hnsbnud, children and friends, and
“The eminent revivalist, Rev. Phil hope they may heed the admonition of
ip is about to begin a work of grace the departed, io hold- out faithful, that
in this city.- He ha« preached with they may meet here in that glorious
land, with all who have washed their
robes- and made them white in the
blood of the Lamb.
J. A. B- .
Monroe,'Or., yYpril 29, 1877.
ADVERTIS EM ENTS
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Rewards, A-e„ for flic least money po«si
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Address TRANSYLVANIA FRfNflMi
During April, 1877, there were seven
Farmers, Grangers, and the rest of and 1’1 RL1SH1.VG CO., Lexiugtou, Ky.
days during Which rain fell, aggregat
mankind, I desire to thank you for the
ing I GO in- of wutcr, 16 clear days, and
patronage heretofore extended
8 »cloudy days other than ' those on
which rain fell- There was a light to me, aud would respectfully ask y’óu
shower of rain on the 30tU, but not to eóntinue the same.
sufficient to gather in the rain guage-
A.W CÄTARRH REMEDY.
, Do yon know that I' am the only
TRIAL PACKAGE FRPE
“btBCkSmitli -ftl" Mon m ouTlipr
and by its use a cure directed.
was 50-6tJ°. ;Mig|iest
Jrgjiest dully meau
1‘rice. per !” X,’i!."", free *y ..'.
tX.Oi. tMlMja. -
peiature. Gl^'ou the 25th and 26th- keeps a »lock.of Iron and Steel.on band
Lowest'daily mean temperature 49*, on so as to do your work on a minutes
19th- Mean temperature for the month notice.
uf ^Knr,p' .AwntR wantwl. Outn t
at 2 O'clock P- M-, 60 93°. Highest i I All work warranted and as cheap as C'l O *** a»iJ*tarins
‘Tree. TiiUE& CO AufcUbtu,
thermometer for the months 77® nt 2
M aillé. _
any first class work can be done.'
r. M- Ou-the 26th- Lowest thermometer
W. J. WKL.I.H.
3i° at 7 a - M-, on tbe 13th-
MoflnWutli, Or., April 28, 1877. ;
The prevailing winds for the month
were I from the north during 28 days,
south seven days.
shower at 4 p. M-, on tine 20th- Frosts
Occurred on the 16', 17, 18, 20 ' 21,* 22,
STEAM WAGON AND CARRIAGE 1
, During April, 1876, there were 18 !
-• ~ ,r
days during which rain fell, giving
5 37 in- of water, four clear days, and
Has a full »nd complete Stock of
eight cl«Hi<ly days other than those on Who keeps on'hand, or. can build to
which rain fell-
Mean temperature for the month
GENÏS AND BOYS CLOTHING,
T WAGONS, HACKS A BUGGIES
47.32°. Highest daily, 55°, on the 28th-
Of the very best quality. - Alsq,
Ldw.est daily, 40tf, on the 2d-
BOOTS 4 SHOES
HARROWS NECK YOKES, SINGLE
Eola, May 1,1877-
. HATS & CAI’S,
: y «
EZRA JiO'P’B LETON,
General repairing done in that line: CROCKERY A GLASS WARE,
end on Farming Implements. Special
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
attention to Carriage Painting and Tiro
Sett ng. Leava your patronage; and ■ Of lhe Latest Styles and Patterns.
money with him and keep good times,
AVE on hand, of their own manu as he guarantees, gpodtwcrk at the’’
loa-bit living prices.
FOUR SPRING HACKS,
1 LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN
CARRIAGES and BUÖQIES ;
KELLY & UNDERWOOD,
All made of the best Jersey Hickory,
ironed fcnd finished ih the
Call and examine them before making
7 8 5m
‘ THE NEW
.f’f^mpIolwAssortmonF of GenjeraT^'
Merchandise, which w iU-be sold low
for cash.’ '» ’
Call and see for yourselves. Ko
trouble to show our goods.
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RUGS, MEDICINEN AND CHEMICALS'
i’ANci AND TOILET AlllKJLEb,
Phrwioiftnn* Prescriptions carefully com-
puuiHlbd and orden» auswured witii Car« and
WBVMUALE Axn f.FTÁTL »CALEB IX
School and Miscellaneous
HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND”TAR
.F a NCT
FOR THE CURE OF
Cough», Cold», Influem», Hotnene»», Difflonlt
Bro«thiig, and all Affection« of th« Throat,
Bronchial Tube», and Lung», leading
Thia infallible remedy w composed of the
II onky of the plant Horehound, in chemical
union with T ar -B alm , extracted from the
L ieb P rinciple of the forest tree A bus
B alsamea , or Balm of Gilead.
The Honey of Horehound soothes and
» catters all irritations and inflammations, and
the Tar-balm cleanses and heals the throat
and air passages leading to the lungs. F ive
additional ingredients keep the organs cool,
moist, and in healthful action. Let no pre
judice keep you from trying this great medi
cine of a famous doctor who has saved thou
sands of lives bv it in his large private practice.
N.B.—The Tar-Balm has no BAD TASTE or
PRICES JO CENTS AND $1 PER BOTTLE.
Croat saving to buy large sue.
"Pike’s Towthache Drops” Cure
in 1 Minute.
Sold by all Druggists.
0. N. CRITTENTON, Prop., ¥.¥.
STATE STREET, SALEM, OK.
WAS AWARDED THJB
At the Centennial Fxhlbltinn, IU7S, nhd baa
always esrrir I oir II» hiahest honors
_A COMPACT, srMPrw. nntABT.K.
Uffht BunnuiK sn<l EFFICIENT “LOCK
s T itch " machine , auaheii to tho
WAST» of Kvmsonv. The HOME
SEWING MACHINE wasPerfecuJeiKl.t
year» «Ince by tho »Id or the best inventivo
talent and Mechanical Skill. ItoiaiUM S
all the Essential i-arts if» PI RFT CLASS
MACHINE, i» SIMPI.K In CONSTRUCTION.
SUPKUIOK in Strength end Beauty,
Sowing Machines. JtvrillllUN formrs
without costing OME CFHTforlL imirs .
In the Manufacture oflhis MACHINE the
WfaterinJw nro USED*
Tho WEARING FARTS nro HARDENED,
- and the Median I am h:is bwi ChMmtuCTMJ
with the tp^irieii vh lit cf producing an
B4«y Rarnnnr, DURA OLE. and alniot-t
NOISKLKSdM kCUlNE, adopted EQUALLY
will for Coarse or flue THREAD. COT-
TONiSILIor LINEN, DEWING from th?
JVwHfin« to H^nvrr Chuh «nd
Warranted fcr Iks 'Years.
I.TVE AGENTS wanted In localities where
We «re nd- rvpreeciited.
.Send for price«, and samples of work dona
on the IIVME, of call nt any ui our unices.
MADS TO ORDKB BT
FOR THE FOLLOWING LOW -o
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80 Un!.* Bqnar., Be* York.
M4 Wa»hüi<Ui 8tre«t, Beaton, M m ».
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Ml Statt Stmt, Okteaee. HI.
IL Benih 6|U Rtnau, Et. Ltxii. Mo.
17 M.w Moat^un»:/£t, Baa rr*sct»oo, 0*L
P sm M,
A Q.T’KT’TQ Waated in every Ceunty to
»TOGA boots .
xXVJXjll 1 0 «11 Olir Nvw aud IndUprw-
• « M
Froneb Kip, Wtp Able,
RousehoM Artici««, theheat thinit« ont,
10 00 ubt,
Sa.OU s day g,i«r«,UM(I ¡j. K.,B mwm A
Calitbrnta Kip. Slip Sole,
T SO Co., 214 Firn Street, Cincinnati, 0.
“ Tap - ■*
Heavv Franck Kip.
M 00-^P1« "f
«REDI Garden ftesd« «nt FREE. Seni
Heavy C’alifarni. Kip,
GtVMN 8-aent stamp »o psv rslnrn pneiag».
REPAIRING NKATLÏ DONI.
NIAGARA PLANT ANU BKEU
00., BufiUo, N. Y.
MUSIC AND MUSICAL IU8TKUMENTS.
fissi" The National Gold Medal w s
awarded to Bradley A Rnlofson for ttiu
oeHt-i’iiotograplia in the United State»,
and the Vienna Medal for the best i.i
421! Montgomery Street,’ San Frau
AGEXTSFOH THE MESSENGER.
The following persons are agents for
the C hristian M kssen ' oeu , an<l«ui>< ”
authcrized. to reoeive and receipt fqr
subscriptions. If no ageut is conven
ient, remit the amount direct to the
office by registered letter or postal
order on Dallas
-Dallas ............................ R. S Crystal.
; Buenavista... .......... <..Dr. Z. Davis.
. .J. H. Hawley.
E. C. Williams.
Sheridan......................T. N. Fanleouar.
Bellevue...............5..,.. . Miss
. .J. W. Cowls.
. W. D. Fenton.
J. W. Shelton.
.....C. M Ely.
Aumsville. ... '. ,‘.
■, !. ,T. J. Wi/oox.
It.i- J- M. Propst.
J. M. Shelly.
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VJ1 “B W U II ..«».•.«
. J. ‘T. Gilfry.
Lookingglasa. i -.' i ........i.'.A. L. Todd.
Myrtle Creek. ,t.. >....E. M. Gabbert.
Jacksonville I.... .,. . Martin Peterson.
Brnsh l’rairic, W, T. ... .8. C. Hnfria.
Vancouver, W. T.
... ti. C Horn.
, ,E W. Berne*.
Wsitsbnrg, YV. r.
W. F Anderaou,
Colfax, W. T..
......... F L Bell,
Hillsboro.. .. • »'N -la. .H. B. Jd'O-gan,
Oakland...... b » >
E- A. Chose.
....... H. Davidson,
D JI. Pntman,
P V. Crawford
Pleasant Hill,,. . ,,, W H. MeOlnre.