Indian Methodist, August 3, 1893

Indian Methodist

August 03, 1893

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Issue date: Thursday, August 3, 1893

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Publication name: Indian Methodist

Location: Muskogee, Oklahoma

Pages available: 219

Years available: 1893 - 1893

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Indian Methodist (Newspaper) - August 3, 1893, Muskogee, Oklahoma i 'i .msm m mm 5? lint t,K,,tf..\ ---1--- - i , i � n Vr-:-:_,_ii i . _:_:_ � Formerly "OUR BROTHER IK ^EO." ' f" � v-� � -i-i jit! ii ,.- I .j.r.,,1___ -~T---'- Ret. F. M. Moohf., Editor. Christian Education 'the lHd}y� of the Jfidian. TtrT>MQ 1 PRn Yto*a�. 81;25 TERMS } T9iPjuuohm^81# VOUWM f I" 11 -------------r - r ,J '��-4* , '.�1 � . '-V----------.-�---_- * > 1 ^^S^PE' indian territory, thursday; atjgt|st 3, 1893.  number 31 --'-------.'  it Smi'h, \rk. AH Loeal HusinesB promptly aa^ carefully attended to. Collodions made and remitted without UelaT. GEO. B: NELSON, - C'\ M ATTORNEY AT LAW", 1 f M MrsKooEE. I. T. PHYSICIANS. rfITE-#s BL/AKEMORE, f: 1T . r- : r. r *| ir � n f -�r- Office Hours, 8 to lu a^m... \\o2p*w. and I Jew� , to9p-m- &.rr c .a�.LaO r'�#a;J:'r:i .'onnection Resident Dentists, MUSKOGEE, I. T. Office:-Peeond door over Bank, Office hours Xroia &.io JL2 a. m., and 1 to o p. in. . v.. -v. . r ,..&*. - ��. Z. T. WALTtCXD.^^ ^ Late U. B. Attorney. ^ALROND & SANSON. Att'ys & Counselors at Law, Specialist on the Eye, Ear^ose.A� Tboat ... p.FfriCE^iiutitS:-U.a; m. ,to,4 I+11. r. " tbat^eet'f* contt111 pt-rvtrfl^e 1 f^�p'recfft-tiou are not humility. Self-lojffe Q3t-.' aggc-rates our faults as well as our virtues, and rinds, indeed, a Kultlc salisl'actiou iu to tloiug. It is only when freed from this disturber of the judgment that w? crui rightly cfetimato our own' nioiiis and quuli toe&'Uent! to louk or as otluM'ri should look at it, with ho evenly balanced a coufeideration that exai t, j-.vnu'O is done. He only " wL tia 1 yCt �ftj tlo of the number of adult members of the various religious bodies iu the United Stitc-s. Most of thtse Denqmicatj.oiis,.. are subdivided untp %evier.aj J^ra^icjies' 'Inhere are ] �.i Methodist Denominations, 14 Biptists, \2 Presbyterian, perhaps 15 Lutheran, and so on, even the smaller Denominations are divided iu similar way provided they Jp�vehexigfeef�&gh. There are 12 Mennonite order, 2 Dunk-ards, 4 Friends and the like. It is tedious to give the whole list, and so the several Denominations are given in their whole number: \ Ii o m qitrffy t h o 1 ic ethfrtJIsts  - Baptist Presbyterians Lutherans Disciples fCampbelliIcp Protestant Epipcopal ^forfheCr^k.hOwcr, &c: ^50,045 4,^40,68 1 :;,6or5,52s 1,276,815 1,198,511 041,051 532,054 Unitarians Adventists Universalists Spiritualists M^iruoititeaS" ~\ ' Gorman Evang. Protest. Russian Orthodox Christian Ch. South Moravians Greek Catholic-(Christ ian^ciaptists. .......tiEfeiai S*edenborgians Plymouth Brethren River Brethren Shakers Catholic Apostolic Chnetadelphiacs Reformed Cathclic Social Brethren Christian Mission Association Theosopliists 106,125 130,400 107,208 90,718 (U>,197 07,749 59,344 49,194 45,030 t f) 41,541 ~" 30,156 4 ^ Scliwen^fjlJd iafts" r vf^her^ jije^ ah3o h^Ii i 'li'iore .coiiimunistio so diet 22,514 13,504 13,004 11,781 liV 50 8.720 '.0 7,0'.).-, 0,65 1 2,005 1,728 1,394 1,277 1,000 913 754 095 005 300 Cj" \i -�;-doaeii or ies^iumber-are a churcliVs in the large citiea-^-lTke-'Dr. Deems' for instance; these number at least, communicants 1 1,120. If we add all these and subtract the Jews and the various Paean bodies, such os tha Communists, at h-clf^iu othlr look "'at it, Ch'fWtiarf ScienmtpHe^'aro-lef t ay the members of Christian Churches' the United States 20,358,100. in This is to me a surprisingly large tae c^4fird_y">palat;qn.^al- pt^etween fcu'r ttn*f rtve* time's "the' i*fS^ k&ti'uj i Ql T hlsSf i 11-not^orftrr/the - r, . i mind to look into thip.- J. II. lib*- valuation of one's wortli. -Tlie fem-|^ w JA a-. ^ >-' *- ~~ per of mind and h'eart naturally connected' with such a valuation, springing frcm it and leading to it, is the exact opposite Herald. Something Said for Fathers. One judicious woman has opened her eyes wide enough to see and, l&fy, in l$arppf*fe BafBgJJttftit "there ient, bard-working., JongsofFering and uncomplaiiiiQ^ chs3--who nev:' er strike for tiisir i Lghtf,. concerning whom little is said, and yet who demand our sympathy and concern. We refer to the 'father?. Mothers are adorac.i in art,-exploited iu literature, heralded in eong and embalmed in memory. If a boy goeai safely through mum^B, mcaslts and malaria his mother is commended for her cara of his physical life. If he does well a-t vvom%n^, .l^ouunienti ar^, erected to the mothewiof great men, but whoever .in liis. JR^jfd^st dreams imagined bailing, a ^mouflment to the father, of - a 'genexal^ poet ot musician? The father ii, as a rule; in the background'' wl|efn the bio.-gtapby ii written; aad this is iu. keeping w;t\theory modest share he has in his home, whioiu he pay* for, arid pjr^ytaes.^itJ^cqMiortB and' luxuries.i Ha may^ be permitted tp carve tUe,i;y'sfrsta1tfea SWrJ^rjfeM. oiuokpt susiainea every jyropoBrcion he^fftftneri and ^8x^vMi6itf>he dangeff'Vrf^feobnTing fetftfflce^tb*Qe-fend the doctrines of the M. E. Churob, Sottttt.-' �*'t."'H'."STucKBY. Dixie, I. T., July 22. Kffitfi 1 �flATHMTit 4H t- .Tbe.c\a>rk'fl record ^sEdwsmsrnage| H-cende fo have befefi IsBueatdfne following parties*^ ffond Mflrpb/libd M�ry' frailer; John Lucas and Margie Winkle;' &U.D. Wa!Iter; Isaac H. M'SBOnand Mtb:'Vlhia EKat^neirl'7 Joftn-H.'Smith SlidtMm Mat-\\.a h. Virgin; fiewy M*;;>WjlliIord.,and Eflle Detric^ .., ,.. . , ,. .. , , return as soon as you please, in-exchange]- The jailor's reQ9rds,shqws the following for other hooka from the Library of wjbal w- � -? -^^< +*.. value by payiugan additional charge of one cent a day for .the use of each dollar's worth of books. As thousands of the best books of tha world are now to be had at a cost of 25 cents to 50 cents each, the .reading of good books thus coBta next to nothing; a 25 cent book cost one cent for four dayB, a 50-cent book cost one cent for twodays. . . . . ......... ...... If you want'high-prictd books, or many^. saiijt;.xby"Deputy Bud Jfell-John Dean, books, yoaget them and pay: in pyppor f lsrcny; by Deputy^. LtridBev-deb. ^il- entneB: By Deputy Brown-Ben fienja-mia. larceny; Iiosco Sagely^^Wea^bn; committed. By Deputy CahtreU-John Woodruff, gaming; John DiBmukesV as-sault and battery; committed;" By^Diipu _ ^ Duputy Severing-C. 'Crosby' ''an'ctCrosby, rnalicioijs 'mischifif; gave pdtfd. 'By Deputy pobson-Alfred'dlbviisr; ag.^aB- t , y Deputy, . , liama, disturbing'peace; by Depiity Fer. rgll-(Jeo. 9cott, false pretenses;''by Deputv Ward-Will' Collier., and 'Lee Baker, larceny; all committed/ * There are now sixty rthree ppsppers coatiaedin the U, Jail, ., -.,  : |( Court newB ialimited,' There jare;