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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 January 1897

YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRED lB9 \ If youptlmo the date will be left oft the above. Tbe Organ of tbe Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL 10. Zh e Baptist Ulnfon. Adr.less all coniinuiiicatlonsto "The Baptist Union," Danville. V*. OFFICERS OF THE UNION : J. H. HARURA VB, Chatham President J. 1). BLAIR. Danville V President EXECUTIVE BOARD : The officers al>»ve named, and 0. VV. VKNABI.K Cascade W. W. WADDII.L Danville C D. QITT Neapolls Entered at the Post Office at Danville, Va. at second class rates. Differences Between Baptists and Paedobaptists. A SERMON BY REV. C. F. JAMES. D. D. Preached at Greenfield Church on Sunday, November 29th, 1896, Before the Minister's and Laymen's Institute of the Roanoke Association, and Published In "The Union" by Request of That Body. 11l response to the inquiry which is so often heard, especially among our young people, I propose to state, as fairly and as plainly as I can, the main points ot difference between Baptists and the other prominen...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 January 1897

Übe Baptist XHnion. DANVILLE, VA., JAN., 1897. REV. T H. THAMES. D.D. Editor REV. T. C. ALDERSON. ) Du. 0. F. JAMES, Associates. REV. P. O. ELSOM, j IMPORTANT—READ the few lines at top o! first page, left hand corner, and attend to it at once, if it refers to you. The Religious HerThe aid has reached its Religious seventieth birthday, Herald, and it is receiving kind words of con - gratulation on every hand. We wish to join this vast company of well wishers. There has been no agency in our entire Southland more potent and more constant in influence for good than the Herahl. It has steadfastly stood for the highest good of the denomination, and has been the ardent champion of every good and true enterprise throughout all these years. Broad in its sympathies it has stood for the harmony of all sections: loyally Southern in its traditions and tastes, it has advocated the solidarity of our Southern Zion in its vast and peculiar work. During all these years it has been an example of a di...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 January 1897

Hbe Baptist XHnion. DANVILLK, VA., JUNE, 1897. Dr. James' Secsond Rejoinder. (CONTINUED FROM IST PAGE.J that you and lielk could not afford to sign that paper, that if you did it would be a ease of self-contradiction and stultification. and he ought not to ask you to sign it. And it was the firm conviction that it never would be signed by you two gentlemen of the second part, that led to its rejection. There was nothing in the paper for Hall's signature, which he had not already admitted. Again: "Our people know that Dr. Thames was in favor of publishing our statement and closing up the matter, but could not prevent you from prolonging it." This would be rough oil Thames, if true, but as for you, it is altogether the most refreshing complaint that f have ever had made against me. Are you reully in earnest? Do you mean sure enough to complain of me because 1 would not let you take possession of my own paper for a reply to luy editorial and then lock me out from all opportunity for re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 January 1897

Gbe Baptist TUnfon; DANVILLE, VA., JAN., 1897. First Church Notes. Frank Lea joined December 13th, and was baptized the 20th. More family life in the church is the watch word for ' c 7. Arrangements are being made for two organ recitals by Professor Baldwin of New York City. Prof. Burks of the Military Institute is a most valuable addition to the choir. Miss Lucy C. Neal, Mr. A. A. Giles and Master Welford Dugger were baptized December, 13th. The Sunday - school Christmas entertainment passed off most pleas - antly. The Lee Street school needs more teachers, specially a teacher for the Bible class. Who will say, "Here am I, send me?" The financial statement made to the church at its last business meeting was one of the most satisfac - tory that has been made in many years. The pastor received the usual Christmas present from the Infant class. This year it was a handsome cut glass cruse. The Teachers' meeting inaugurated by the Sunday-school, should have every encouragement. It is gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1897

The Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 10. Zhc baptist Ulnton. Published by the Roanokr Baptist Union, at Dntiville, Va. Adtlreeanil «romiiiiiiil(tßtioiiHlt> "Tiijt Baptist nNi«»N," I>anvHW*. Vh Terms: Per Year, 25 Conts. I'ay to K. U Waimmi.i.. Hiimliihkm .Manager. nmi-KllX <>K TIIK UNION : J 11. IIAK<iKA VK. <Chatham President J. It. UI.AIIt. Danville V frwklent MHCOTIVR BOA*n I The oflmNMuve named, aud (J. W. VRNABI.K Cascade W. W. WADOILL Danville C !>. OITT Neaitolls Entered at Hie Post Office at Panvllle, Va. at second class rates. [This paper of Rev. 1. B. Winn's is copied from the advertising column* of Thr Mbthouist. by the request of Dr. James, so that the readers of Tht Union may see both sides of the controversy and may know whether he misrepresents his opponent or not.l DR. C. F. JAMES ANSWERED. A Note of Explanation. That my friends may know something of the origin of the controver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1897

The Organ of the Rcauoke Baptist Association. VOL 10. Übe Baptist XHnfon. Published by the Koanokij Baptist Union, nt Danville, Va. Address ail eoniuiuiiluatlousto "Tiik Baptist Union," Danvllb*. Vh Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. I'ay fo B. Iv Wuuhi.i., Business Manager. um<'KKS C»K TIIK UNION r .1 11. IIA KOKA VB. Chatham Prrsbb-iit J. D. Bt.AiU, Danville V President EXBCtJTIVK B<»AKI>: The ollleepM Above named, and C. W. VBN ABI.B Cascade W. W. W A DDI LL Danville C D. UITT Neapolls Entered at the Pout OtUee at. Danville, Va. at. second class rates. I This paper of Rev. J. B. Winn's is copied from 1 lie advertising columns of Tiik Mktiioimst, by the request of Dr. James, so that the readers of The I'//ion may see both sides of the controversy and may know whether he misrepresents his opponent or not.J DR. C. F. JAMES ANSWERED. A Note of Explanation. That my friemls may know something of the origin of the controversy with Dr. James into which I have bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1897

tEbe Baptist XHnion. DANVILLE, VA., JUNE, 1897. REV. T. B. THAMES. I).D. Editor Rbv. T. C. aldekson, ) Da. C. V. JAMES, > Associates. Rev. P. O. ELSOM, J In regard to the statements with reference to the articles submitted to this paper for publication, in the controversy between Dr. James and Revs. Winn and Belk, the editor begs to say: 1. That Dr. James is in no way responsible for the shorter article being published; but on the other hand expressed a decided preference that the longer one should be printed: and wished the editor to procure it. 2. That the statement made in accordance with the suggestion of the editor was much shorter than the one afterward presented and accepted. 3. That the editor agread to allow more than twice the space occupied by "J's" first paragraph in the editorial column for a rejoinder, and if it was not taken it was through no fault of his. 4. That the article printed in The Methodist was not rejected by the editor or this paper; but leave w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1897

Merit Hade and Merit Maintains theconfldenoe of the people In Hood's Sarsaparllla. If a medicine cures yon when sick; if it makee wonderful cures everywhere, then beyond all question that medicine possesses merit. Made That is Just the truth about Hood'* Sarsaparllla. We know it r~TTiinm merit beoauae it cures, not once or twioe or a hundred times, but in thousands and thousands of cases. We know It cures, absolutely, permanently, when' all others fall to do any good whatever. We repeat Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best—ln tact the One True Blood Pur^r, Hood's Pills ascents!'^ Ready to Die. "There is but a step between me and death.'' If every person realized that this utterance of David is literally true in his own case, he would feel the deep responsibility of his present acts and words. But this utterance is true concerning each one of us, and we ought to live and move in view of its truth. Old Flavel suggested that we ordinarily think of death as a precipice toward which we are mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1897

m ■■■r v We ilirect special U H H I attention to the fol- \ * low ing remarkable statements: Had Catarrh ever since I can remember, often avoided company on account of the offensive discharge, hawking and spitting; throat was dry and sore, the least change in the weather gave me cold; dull pain over my eyes caused a stupid and drowsy feeling; ears began to ring and in a short time my hearing failed and grew worse until I became so deaf I could not hear one talk unless they were close to me and spoke very loud. Have used Aerial Medication eight weeks, hearing is fully restored, roaring and pain gone, and Catarrh is entirely cured. I do not see why any one should suffer from Catarrh or deafness when there is such a good cure as this. Miss Carrie Bowers, Rouseville, Pa. The late Prof. Basil Mauley, of the South mmt' Baptist Theo. Semi- | nary, Louisville, Ky., says of Aerial Medi- HX®; cation: "/ can cordially recottimend its |jj?V * < JNu use." Write for a facsimile of his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1897

ZTbe Baptist Union. DANVILLE, VA., APRIL, 1897. First Churcli Notes. Rev. R. R. Acree, of Knoxville, Tenn.. is visiting*his relatives in this city. The Organ Recitals by Dr. BaUl - win of New York, at our church March 25th and 26th, were greatly enjoyed by the large crowds in attendance. Mr. D.' E. Graham, Sr., father of our Mr. John V. Graham, died suddenly in Norfolk, Va., March 22d. His remains were brought to this city and buried by the side of his wife. During the past month the fol lowing additions were made to our membership: By letter, Mrs. Lucy Gilliand, Mr. Robt. Calahan, and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Farmer. By baptism, Mr. J. T. Townes and Mr. Otis Bradley. At the church meeting held the first Monday night in April, the lfieeting was turned into a regular revival meeting, and nightly services' are being held, which are attended by large crowds, and much interest is manifested. Mr. W. P. Boatwright, our Sunday ■ school Superintendent, has been in Lynchburg oyer three weeks servi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1897

orsawzed ia 3a MumPTirmm' ((FI RE^SMA^INE^ OF RICHMOND, VA. ASSETS, ■ $650,000. This old Virginia institution issues a short and comprehensive Policy, free of petty restrictions, and liberal in its terms and conditions. Covers Loss by Lightning. WM. H. PALM EH, President. W. H, McCAKTHY, Secretary, 8. MeG. FISH BR, Ass't Sec'y. Ho. r. JOHNSTON, Special Agt. DIKBCTORS: Geo. W. Allen, B. B. Addison, D. O. Davis, Thos, Potts, Francis T. Willis, W. Joshua Leake, Win. H. Palmer* WRITE TO W. W. WADDILL, At Danville, Va., Who is the Agent. A CARD. To mv Friends and Former Patrons: My stock of Shoes, Hats, &c., has been purchased by Messsrs. Howard and Lucius Lanier, who will in future conduct the business under the firm name of Lanier Bros.,as heretofore announced. These gentlemen who are well and most favorably known have arranged for me to remain with them. I wish to return thanks to all those who for so many years have so kindly and liberally pat. ronized Averett's Cash Shoe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1897

Hie OiKan ol the Roanoke Baptist Association, VOL 10. XLhc Baptist lllmon. Published by the Roanokk Haptist I'nion, at Danville, Va. Address all enmmiitiicatioiisto "Tiik Baptisi Union." l>anvill«. Va Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents Pay to K. It WADfHi.I.. Business Manager nKKK'KKS OP TIIK UNION : I ||. IIAItUItAVE, Chatham President J. h. BLAIIt, Danville V President EXECUTIVE BOARD : The officers above named, and <\ \V. V EN ABLE Cascade W. W. W A DDILL Danvilh C. I). (JITT Neapolls Entered at the Post Office at Danville, Va. at second class rates. To Tllk Rradkrs of Thk Union: The controversy between Rev. J. I!. Winn nn<l myself Has reached such a stage that I would degrade myself by earn ing on any further correspondence with him. I have endeavored to eonduct my side of this controversy in a manner becoming a Christian gentleman, and with the view only of vindicating a good man from unjust and cruel treatment. And even when 1 found that my opponent was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1897

Cbe Baptist XAttion. DANVILLE, VA.. JULY, 1897. KEV. T. B. THAMES. D.D. Editor Rev. T. C. ALDERSON. ) Dk. O. V. JAMES, j- Associates. REV. P. O. ELSOM. I We call attention to The the programme for the Association, meeting of the Association, which meets the 10th of next month. The meeting is to be held with the Sharon church. It is to be hoped that the brethren appointed to prepare reports will have them ready, so that there need be no rearrangement of the order of exercises. It would also add greatly to the interest of the meeting if those appointed to open discussions would give themselves to careful preparation on the topics assigned them. Carefully prepared reports and speeches add more to the profit and interest of a meeting than any other feature connected with the Associ - ation. The churches should also see that all funds are forwarded at once to the treasurer of the General Association, so that their reports can be full and complete. It seems that we were Th** hasty in our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1897

Merit " Merit talks" the ■■■ ■ ■ intrinsic value of I I |«A Hood's Harsaparilla. I Okl Merit in medicine means the power to care. Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses actual and unequalled curative power and therefore it has true merit. When you buy Hooo s Sarsaparilla, and take it according to directions, to purify your blood, or core any of the many blood diseases, you are morally certain to reoeive benefit. The power to cure is there. You are not trying an experiment. It will make your blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus drive out the germs of disease, strengthen the nerves and build npthewholesystem. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best, in fact—the One True Blood PurlOer. Prepared only by & I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. Hood's Pills First Church Notes. Mr. Eugene H. Ferguson, father of our Bro. J. Lindsay Ferguson, died in Richmond, May 19th. Mrs. J. E. Moore lias been received into the church, by baptism, since our last report. Bro. L. J. Wall, wife and children were rece...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1897

SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD —OF— The3outhemJoaptist (onvention. J. fll. FROST, Secretary. HAS FIVK DRPARTMFONTS: T « „. „ ... IT HAS GIVKN AWAY THOUSANDS The Periodical Department, the issiotiary Department, the Home Department, the of Books. Bibles ami Tracts, and TliousBible Department, and the Book and Tract ands of Dollars out of its business, to SunDepartmen w day <lt < lissions in the different states. CARttlKt A witi f I ink ok <4ltppi i P,\ery dollar contributed to the Board is CARRIES A FUU, UNfc OF SUPPUKS. doubled in its capacity for usefulness by Publishes the Periodicals of the Southern having another dollar added to it. Baptist Convention, and stands for what l powe. n n , na THIS ~ART °" CONVENTION S WORK enlarging its usefulness. can be h , lw( , by SlipplyinK yolir Sull(l!ly DFSIKKS SUPPORT OF Tlf K CHURCHRS. School with its Peiiodicals. or by contributions of money to its Bible Fund, or to its just as they Rive support to the other two Book...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1897

Ilw Organ of the loanoke Baptist Association. VOL 10. ÜbeHßaptfst "Union. Published by the Koanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Vs. Address all communication*to "Tint Baptist Union," Danville, Vs. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pay toK.K. Waddill, Business Manager. OPPICBRfI OP THB UNION : J. H. HARURAVK. Chatham President J. D. BLAIK. Danville V President KXBCUTIVX BOARD: The officers above named, and - C. W. VKNABLE --Cascade W. W. WADDILL .Danville C. D. GITT. Neapolls Bntered at. the Post Office at Danville, Vs. at second elass rates. The Doty and tbe Role of Giving. Read before the Ministers' and Deacons' Meeting, of the Roanoke Association. Published in The Baptist Union by request of the body. By REV. T. A. HALL. It It an evident truth that no one can a Christian until he lias observed some of the duties which the gospel prescribes. The observance of any one of these duties, In the beginning of new life in the soul, not only evinces the practicability of all the rest, but it stren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1897

QbeJßaptistTHnion. DANVILLE, VA., AUG., 1897. REV. T. H. THAMES. D.D. Editor Rev. T. C. ALDERSON. ) Dk. O. F. JAMES, > Associates. REV. P. O. ELSOM. ) The Union greets the The messengers of the Association, churches at their annual gathering with unfeigned cordiality. Another year of pressing anxieties has passed over our churches, as the reports from the churches will doubtless indicate. But as we meet this year the skies seem to be brightening. Never were such crops upon our hills, and it now looks as though the coming harvests of every sort were going to be abundant in quantity and superior in quality. If these hopes are to be realized, the Master's cause should be the first, and not the last, to feel the beneficent influence of a restored prosperity. Too often is His cause the first to feel the wave of adversity and the last to feel the tide of prosperity. Let our pastors be paid their longdelayed salaries, and the contributions to our Boards should at once be enlarge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1897

Cures "Cures talk "in favor ■■ ■ ■ of Hood's Sarsaparilla, I llf as for no other medi- I Cft Il\ cine. Its great cures recorded in truthful, convincing language of grateful men and women, constitute its most effective advertising. Many of these cures are marvelous. They have won the confidence of the people; have given Hood's Sarsaparilla the largest sales in the world, and have made necessary for its manufacture the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's Sarsaparilla is known by the cures it has made—cures of scrofula, salt rheum and eczema, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia and weak nerves, onres of dyspepsia, liver troubles, catarrh—cures which prove Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best—in fact the One True Blood Purifier. Hood's Pills Uik«, easy toopi'rate.^iffio! First Church Notes. Miss Maud Miller and Mrs. Pollard are in Toronto, Canada. Mrs. E. R. Waddill and children are summering at Critz, Patrick county. Dr. C. F. James is busy working up the College, ami is out of the city a good ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1897

SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD —OF— (onvention. J. CD. FROST, Secretary. HAS FIVE DEPARTMENTS: JT HAg GIV g N AWAY THOUSANDS - -The Periodical Department, the issionary Department, the Home Department, the | of Books, Bibles and Tracts, and ThousBible Department, and the Book and Tract j ands of Dollars out of its business, to SunDepartment day {•'chcclissions in the different states. _ _ Every dollar contributed to the Board is CARRIES A FULL LINE OF SUPPLIES. doubled iu its capacity for usefulness by Publishes the Periodicals of the Southern having another dollar added to it. Baptist Convention, and stands for what the Convention is doing: for its Sunday THIS part OF THE CONVENTION'S WORK School interests—fostenng its power and enlarging its usefulness. can helped by Supplying your Sunday DESIRES SUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES, I School with its Periodicals, or by contributions of money to its Bible Fund, or to its just as they give support to the other two Book and Tract Fund. Can supply anyBoards...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1897

The Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association VOL 10. ZEbe Baptist Uln ton. Published by the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. Address all cotninoulcatlons to "Thk Baptist Union," Danville, Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pay to K. R. Waddill. Business Manager. Kntered at. the Post Ofllce at Danville, Va. at second class rates. My Lord and I. [Suns in the rocks and caves of France during the fierce persecutions of the Huguenots some three hundred years ago.) I have a friend so precious, So very dear to me, loves ine with such tender love, He loves so faithfully, I could not live apart from him, I love to feel him nigh, Ami so we ilwell together. My Lord and I. * Sometimes I'm faint and weary, He knows that I am weak, And as he bid's uie lean on him, His help I gladlv seek, He leads me in the paths of light Beneath a sunny sky, And so we walk together. My Lord and I. I tell him all my sorrows, 1 tell him all my joys, I tell him all that pleases me, 1 tell him what annoys: He tell...

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