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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 6 June 1889

JUNE 6,1889. liver Him," etc. He spoke for nparlv an hour in an elevated conversational style. It was verv simple, but very tender and sweet, and full of the- marrow of the "•ospel. You would not call that great preaching. Why, it seemed that anybody would have these thoughts and could say them just as he did. * * I knew, while this man seemed»so perfectly at ease, and was saying only such things as all could understand, and with the simplicity of a little child, there was not another living man that could preach as he was doing then. Several times he sat down, and he afterwards told us he was in inuch pain." The "conversational style" for six thousand people! What does the ranter to empty benches think of that? "The marrow of the gospel," administered tenderly and sweetly, and with the ease of one who is master of the situation, because the Lord is indeed master of him—this is, indeed, the preaching for which the people long. mcncval items. Advices from the Northwest state that Mor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 6 June 1889

6 A Sweet Home. Like the magical city of old, 'Twas built in a single night; For the builder was bus./ and bold, And worked with all her might. She worked as fast as she ever could, But Bhe used not brick, nor stone, nor wood, From the base to the topmost dome; She used not wood, nor stone, nor brick, But the floor was warm and the walls were thick; 0 what a queer little home! She entered my own estate With no regard for the laws; She made herself a gate; Her teeth were the knives and saws. Bight in my way her dwelling stood; It was not built upon clay nor mud, Nor on rock, nor sand, nor laom; It was not built upon earth at all, But she made it within a crystal wall— A quaint and curious home. In the light of the morning sun The work of the night I see; For now the building is done, But the builder, where is she? I found her not, but I know her name—'Tie Mistress Mouse, that meddlesome dame Who loveth by night to roam. Into my pantry she gnawed a hole, And built her house in my suga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 6 June 1889

June 0, 1889. ®!te «t«u. i et tlie Bairnies Play. t)b, let the bairnies play theraßel's; I like to hear their diu; like to hear each restless foot Come tripsin' oot and in. I like to see each face sae bright, And each wee heart sae gav: ' They mind me o' my ain young days Oh, let the bairnies play. Oh, dinna check their sinless mirth, Or mak' them dull and wae Wi' gloomy looks or cankered words, But let the bairnies play. Auld douce wise folks should ne'er forget They ance were young as they, As fu' o' fun and mischief, tooThen let the bairnies play. And never try to set a heid, Wi' auld age grim and gray, Upon a wee saft, snawy neck; No! let the bairnies play. For oh, there's mony a weary nicht And mony a waefu' day Before them, if God spare their lives— Sae let the bairnies play. —Scottish-American. "He's Coming To-morrow." "The night is far spent; the day is at hand." My soul vibrated for a moment like a harp. Was it true? The night, the long night of the world's groping agony an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 6 June 1889

8 At Strasburg, Va.,May 20th, 1889, by J. A. Spencer, Mr. Samuel I. Sine and Miss Annie L. Taylor; both of Shenandoah county. [Death notices not exceeding: seventy words (or ten lines) are Inserted free. One cent is charged for every additional word; payment to accompany the notice. Persons requesting their pastors or others to prepare and send such notices, should furnish them the necessary amount to forward with the same.l Those sending obituary notices will please count the words and forward payment with notices. Verses inadmissible. Died, at his residence in Lunenburg county, Va., May 17th, 1889, Peter R. Mathews, in his sixty-second year. For many years Bro. Mathews had been a member of Perseverance congregation, and was noted for his zeal and liberality. He leaves a wife and seven children and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn their loss. A useful citizen, a devoted husband and father, and a faithful Christian has gone to his reward. We will not sorrow for him a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 13 June 1889

The Missionary Weekly. Vol. X. Sometimes some men are censured for apologizing tor denominations and denominational names, etc. Nevertheless, some men are so constituted that they can't help thinking some thoughts on some phases of this subject, and some criticism may be a little too summary. * Without pretending to possess the sum of all wisdom, some more thoughts will be ventured on this theme this beautiful summer morning. There is something in such a day as this to make one feel that everybody is all right, or at least to make one feel that everybody means to be all right, and is going to be all right bv and by. At any rate, on a blooming, beautiful day in June, when my study window faces the broad blue sea, whose breezes fan my brow, it seems I must love eA'erybody, right or wrong, for "There is a wideness in God's mercy Like the wideness of the sea." And then I read this morning-, in my Bible study,the thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians. So if I am too liberal to-day char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 13 June 1889

2 MsuntaiA Sittings. BY CHAS. 8. LONG. Infant Baptism.—No. 3. "Circumcision," says our author, "was the rite of initiation into the (Jewish) church, and by it infants were made members of the church." Mr. Bond labors hard to prove this proposition, and only fails because there is no evidence in the Book that can be made to do duty along that line. The fact that there was no Jewish church till four hundred years after the institution of circumcision seems to stand between him and the desired goal. Circumcision, as a rite of initiation into an institution which had no existence, could be of little use. Mr. Campbell once put it in this way: "The advocates of circumcision as the door are mechani- cally and theologically at fault. They have a door reared up without a wall ; standing by itself, a house attached to it, for four hundred years; and they have all the seed of Abraham born in the house, and yet coming in by the door!!" Circumcision was not the rite of initiation into the Jewish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 13 June 1889

SUNDRY-SCHOOL LESSON GOLDEN TEXT. —He humbled Himself and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross.-Phil. 11: 8. TIME —Friday, April 7, A. D. 30. I>I,\CE —Golgotha, outside of the city. PARALLEL ACCOUNTS.—Matt. XXvii: 32-53; Luke xxiii: 26-47; John xix: 17-30. INTRODUCTION- We have now followed Jesus from His betrayal by Judas, through the illegal and informal examination by the couueil; His mock trial before Pilate, by whom He was delivered to the Jews to be crucified, and led away by the soldiers to Golgotha to be crucified. We now come to the cross and the scenes during the crucifixion. While there are many variations in the accounts given by the different evangelists, the one supplementary to the others, there is no real contradictions. Only in their combination have we a complete account, And they compel one Simon a Cyrenian, who panned by. coming oat of the country, the father of Alexander and Rufus. to bear his crass. 2'> \nd they bring hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 13 June 1889

A The Missionary Weekly, •FENCER * HILL, Publisher*. RICHMOND, VA. TERMS OF BPBBCBft"HOH fl.ffO per Year, in Admuce. filtered at the Post-offlce at Richmond, Virginia as "Second-dans matter.*' All Remittances should be made Payable to Spencer & Hill. Any Subscriber ordering his Paper changtd will please be careful to name Post-omce fIOH which as well as the one to which he wishes it changed. No Paper discontinued without express ordors and payment of all arrearages. Any Subscriber not receiving his Paper Promptly and regularly should notify us at one* Thursday. - - - June 13. 1889. The Christian Church. As this subject is up, while it is fresh in the minds of the readers of the Missionary Weekly, I wish to add a few more thoughts in connection with what appeared in the 30th of May. As to the use of the adjective f olden, in golden pen, of course understood it to be used in the primary sense. If it were part of gold and part of something else, then it would be a golden pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 13 June 1889

Junk 18,1889. No rtb Carolina Notes. BY J. J. HARPER. In the notice of the meeting at Kinston, last week, for "23rd alt read, -'3rd inst. The item e-ot'into print earlier than I anticipated. Also, for "more sympathetic and aggressive work, f«ad more systematic, etc. However, "sympathetic work" is not far out of the way, and, indeed is a very good kind of work. We ought to sympathize with each other and support each other in our work, fpr so Paul teaches. I gather from the Wilson Advance, that Bro. W. H. Cobb, of Whitakers, recently baptized seven persons and organized a church of twenty-one members, four miles from Nashville, Nash county. I am glad to hear this. Bro. Cobb never could be idle. There is good material in that little church. The Disciples at Hookerton have purchased an organ and E laced in their commodious ouse ot worship. The third Lord's-day in May and Saturday before was quarterly meeting, when the organ was used the firsttime. It was found that $25.50 on the cost of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 13 June 1889

6 IfcroUy (tivcU♦ "The Least of, These." She had little of earthly beauty, She had lees of earthly lore; She climbed by a path bo narrow, Such wearisome burdens bore! And she came, with heart a-tremble, To the warden at heaven's door. And said, "There were hearts of heroes"; She said, "There were hands of might; I had only my little children, That called to me day and night; I could only soothe their sorrows, Their childish hearts make light." And ehp bowed her head in silenoe, She hid her face in shame; When, out from a blaze of glory, A form majestic came; And. gweeter than all heaven's music, Jx>, sqme one called her name I ''Dear heart! that hath self forgotten, That never its own hath sought, Who keepeth the weak from falling To the King hath jewels brought. Lo, what thou hast done for thechildren, For the Lord himself was wrought!" —Woman's Journal. How There Came to be Eight. There were seven of them, maidens in their teens, who formed one of those blessed "Do-with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 13 June 1889

June 13, 3889. E~tv«t & guussholfr* ■ Warden < for June. Planting season pretty well ver Replant such seed as have 'niled from any cause. Plant snaps, lima beans, beets, cucumbers, aud cymlings. Transplant cabbage, cauliflower, leek etc I'lant potatoes and corn. l< ight insects and weeds. Ink stains may be removed by submerging the parts stained under a little warm milk (the newer the better) for from five to ten minutes, then wash and rinse in soft water. If taken before they are dry, wash with plenty of water after a sponge has been used to take up as much ink as possible. If this does not succeed, rub the part with lemon juice, tartaric acid, or purified wood vinegar, and rinse as before. When comparatively fresh, they may be taken from linen by applying lemon juice, and washr ing with warm water. A man says: "I turned my ink-stand over on a beautiful, light drab table-cover, to my great consternation, as my wife had often cautioned me against th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 13 June 1889

8 GEORGIA. Pleasant Grove (Cobb county) .-Leaving home May 10th, I reached Acworth the same dcy, where I ,met Bros. N. W. Smith and R. M. Mitchell, and preached at night From here I went to Philadelphia church, Cherokee county. I preached there several times and closed with two additions. I met many good brethren. They are taking some part in district work. This church was planted by Bro. J. A. Perdue, who still lives in the hearts of the people. I went also to Antioch church and met Bro. Land again, who is preaching once a month for the last-named churches and is doing good work. This church is alive to our district work. A number of people seem almost ready to obey the gospel, but are waiting for a more convenient season. W. W. Adaih. Sandersville, June 6, 1889.—1 am called to Rockmart to hold at least a ten days' meeting. The invitation is couched in this suggestive language: "You are aware that this is a section of elate; so bring along the necessary tools for working the same. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 20 June 1889

The Missionary Weekly. Vol. X. I.etter from Boston. BY W. H. ROGERS. Some Fish Stories. The Boston correspondent in the of role fish stories! But they are true—an asseveration which the reputation of the retailer of fish stories seems to necessitate even in this case, painful though it be. Every tale that is told is vouched for, coming as they do from the living witnesses or their descendants of the first generation. Now, hear me, ye incredulous, and believe! Weliad mackerel for breakfast this day—fresh mackerel, the first of the season on onr table, right from the briney deep, yesterday. Certain palates beingthe judge, fresh salt fish are the best fish, aud the mackerel is easily primus inter pares, especially in August or September, at which period it reaches the rich flavor of its excellent fatness. Mackerel may be caught with hook and line from the swell-washed rocks of the Swampscott cliffs as a recreation, but the business is carried on by the double-masted schooners with crew...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 20 June 1889

2 Mountain Sidings. BY CHAS. 8. LfONG. A Wonderful Impostor. Paul, in writing'to Timothy, gave a forecast of coming events with all the accuracy of one under the infallible guidance of the Holy Spirit. In I Tim. iv: 1, he says: "Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits and doctrines of devils." When our Lord was on the earth He also foretold the coming of "false christs and false prophets," who would "show great signs and wonders, insomuch that, if it were possible they shall deceive the very elect." The history of eighteen centuries has confirmed over and over again the truth of these prophetic utterances, for false teachers without number have come and gone, and heresy has succeeded heresy, and the people have been seduced by damnable and bewitching doctrines. But perhaps the strangest and most blasphemous of all heresies is the one which is nowbeginning to excite so much attention in the State of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 20 June 1889

JUNE 20, 1889. SUNDAY-SCHOOL LESSON SECOND QUARTER. .June 23, 1889. JESUS RISEN. Mark xvi: 1-I.'s. GOLDEN TEXT.—AW is Christ risen from the (lend, and become the first fruits of them that slept.—l Cor. xv: 20. TIME.— Sunday, April <•>, A. D. 30. PLACE.—Jerusalem and vicinity. PARALLEL ACCOUNTS— Mat.xxviii: 1-15; Lukexxiv: 1.-12; Johnxx: 1-18. INTRODUCTORY.— .leans died about three o'clock Friday afternoon. The Jews did not wish to have the crucified bodies exposed to sight on the passover Sabbath, and at their request Pilate allowed the soldiers to hasten the dentil of the three crucified ones by breaking their bones so that they could be buried before sunset, the beginning of their Sabbath. Jesus was already dead and His bones were not broken, as the Scriptures had foretold—hut to make sure of His death the soldiers pierced His side with a spear. Joseph, of Aramanthea, with Nicodemus, by permission of Pilate, took the body from the cross, and after hav ing pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 20 June 1889

4 The Missionary Weekly, SPENCKK Sc 1111-I-. Publisher*. RICHMOND, VA. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fI.SO per Year, in Admuce. latered at the Post-oftice at Richmond, Virginia a« "Second-class matter." All Remittances should be made Payable to Spencer & Hill. Any Subscriber ordering his Paper changtd mil please be careful to name Post-office from which as well as the one to which he wishes it changed. No Paper discontinued without express orders and payment of all arrearages. Any Subscriber not receiving his Paper promptly and regularly should notify us at once Richmond, - - - June 20,1889. Ministerial Education. We hope our readers noted carefully the article in last week's Missionary on "Ministerial Supplies." It embodied a report made on the subject at the State meeting of the Ohio Disciples held about a month ago at Youngstown. Thenames of two college presidents —E. V. Zollars, of Hiram, and W. H. Woolery, of Bethany—were among the number signed to the report. The report wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 20 June 1889

June 20,1889. hearted women, and tried to enpoura°e them with the thought that "they would not suffer; strong men try to talk bravely, but stop short to ery like chddren. All are glad that they escaped with their lives. Men who were worth $10,000 lour days ago are bankrupts to-day. The savings of years has gone in a day. Every block ot ice in the city has gone, making it very hard on the butchers. If any one claims that all goodness has gone out of man, he should experience a flood such as we have. Wicked, profane, and drinking men worked lor eighteen hours with all the might they had in the work of saving life and property, without thought of reward. One man. seated on the top of his house, offered a boatman fifty dollars to take him to the school-build-ing, which would nob have taken ten minutes time, but the boatman told him to keep quiet, that he was in no danger, and pulled away to save a poor family who were in real danger. People were caught without anything in the house to e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 20 June 1889

6 ©Jt* <&ivcU* Only a Boy. I am only a boy, with a heart light and free; * I am brimming with mischief and frolic and glee; I dance with delight, and I whistle and siug, And you think such a boy nevercares for a thing. II it boys have their trouble*, though jolly they seem; Ti.eir thoughts eau go farther than most people deem. Ti.eir hearts are as open to sorrow as joy, Ai.d each has his feelings, though only a boy. Now, oft when I've worked hard at piling the wood, H;we done all my errands, and tried to be good, I think I might then have a rest or a play; Bit how shall I manage? Can any one say? Ii I start for a stroll, it is "Keep off the street 1" If Igo to the house, it is "Mercy! what feet!" Ii I take a seat, 'tis "Here! give me that chair!" Ii I lounge by a window, 'tis "Don't loiter there!" Ii I ask a few questions, 'tis "Don't bother me!" Or else, "Such a torment I never did see!" 1 am scolded or cuffed if I make the least noise, Till I think in this w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 20 June 1889

June 20, 1889. (Continued from oth page.) . and over that she knew he "didn't," in reply to his piteous assertions, and all the time she had not the least idea what it was all about. After he had fallen asleep she went down-stairs, and Grandma Stockton told her. Willy's father had come, and he also heard the story. "There's some mistake about it," said he. "I'll make Willy tell me about it to-morrow. Nothing is going to make me believe that he is persisting in a deliberate lie in this way." Willy's mother was crying herself, now. "He never—told me a lie in his whole dear little life," she sobbed, "and I don't believe he has now. Nothing will ever—make me believe so." "Don't cry, Ellen," said her husband. "There's something about this that we don't understand." It was all talked over and over that night, but they were no nearer understanding the case. "I'll see what I can do with Willy in the morning," his father said again, when the discussion was ended for the night. Willy was not ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missionary Weekly — 20 June 1889

8 CONNECTICUT. Danbury, June 17, 1889.—We had a full house yesterday; two baptisms, and raised $25.00 for Johnstown brethren. Have had five baptisms since May 26th. S'.'B. Moore. IOWA. Fairfield. — The recent protracted meeting held in Fairfield by Bro. Geo. F. Hall closed with fifty-four additions. MISSOURI. Kennett.—Bro. S. M. Martin reports a grand meeting inprogressatthis place; 127 additions during the first twelve days—-thirty-six additions at one tion. WEST VIRCINIA. Prosperity, June 10, 1889.—There were three added at Powelton and one at Loup Creek in the week pnst. Onethird of the male members at Loup Creek have quit chewing tobacco in the last six months (the women did not need to quit), and yet some people say it is no use to say anything about it; they will be filthy still. What other church can show as good a reformatory record? Let us hear from you. One brother has put a part of the money thus saved into the Lord's treasury. G. "W. Ogden. NORTH CAROLINA. "Wilson, June ...

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