Western Christian Advocate in Cincinnati, Ohio
3 Oct 1888

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3 Oct 1888

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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - October 03, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio15the Western Christian advocate wednesday october 3, 1888. 630 anyhow to Elsie Dean i Anthony daughter Samuel and Elizibeth Poston wan born near Athens and died july 17 1888, in her Twenty ninth year. She was joined in marriage to William Anthony april 9, 1882. This Union was blessed with two children both living she was a sufferer for More than a year with consumption the latter part her sickness was Uuk i Kaka a. U___11�. Tion. Me Miniver part i Uri by. Extremely painful but she bore it patiently death was not to her unexpected nor an unwelcome guest. She was converted in 1885 and soon after United with the Church. Her Christian life was an exemplary one. Her sickness though attended with great suffering was a source peace and Joy Ltd her soul. She did not fear death Bat Long for the time that she might meet her 8avi< she remarked to those around her that4 Christian religion gave much calmness in hour death. Her sickness was attended with grand results. So great was her end Gay ment and so great were her demonstrations the Power Jesus to save that she convinced her husband and father who had been sceptical in regard to the reality experimental religion that it was a real a a j in. Futher Ann Rovt a Ala a t a # to de . The the died 0f experimental religion mat it was a reality and her father sought the lord and found him to the Joy his Sony and he is now heralding the glad news salvation to his unconverted neighbors around him. Soon after her death her husband father Mother and two Sisters came into the Church and Are now their Way to heaven claiming that their salvation was the result her suffering. Her experience her death bed was the brightest and most magnificent we Ever witnessed. J. N. Shoop. Barry Susie r. Barry wife Barry Indianapolis ind., and eldest daughter Rev. Samuel Scott Dayton 0, was born in Waynesville o., in 1844. She died in Indianapolis ind., 8ept 8, 1888, being in the forty fourth year her age. In Early girlhood in the labors Rev. J. J. Hill the Cincinnati conference she was powerfully converted to god and United with the methodist Church. For several years she was an Earnest and Active member it f Raper Chapel Dayton 0. In 1869 she was married to we. B. Barry and soon afterwards removed to Indianapolis ind. Sister Barry at the time her decease was a greatly beloved member the Central Avenue Church Indianapolis ind. Such had been the impaired state her health for several years past that she was deprived the privileges the Church and unable to be Active in its work. In the midst the retirement the Home and the sick room however she had the presence the Savior and bore constant testimony to All who visited her her abiding Trust and resignation to gods will. Her last Days and hours were filled with a Balo glory. On one occasion she said �?o0 How precious i am now receiving the great Blessing i have so much de sired. There is but a thin veil now inter vening Between the fair City and me Quot her last exclamation was a glory glory All is Bright a a this her Beautiful spirit and redeemed soul went to god a devoted husband two precious daughters and a godly father Are left to mourn. S. A. Kuzn. Brand Callie e. Bean daughter Archibald and Adaline bean was born March 6, 1865, at Pleasanton Athens co In infancy moved to Wayne co a 111., where she resided until her death sept. 7, 1888 typhoid malaria. She was Lef t an orphan at the Geof ten years. Being brought Spunder Christian influence she United with the Church in childhood and lived a consistent Christian life. Her death is a severe stroke upon the family but they Bear their affection with Christian fortitude her life and death will no doubt make a Strong impression upon the Young people in the Community where she lived. 8he bad mostly through her own eft its secured a Good education and had with Success followed the occupation teaching for several years. She possessed a Happy disposition and left Many friends to mourn her departure. 8. W. F. Blab do William Beard was born in Rock a a go aug co., a april 21, 1811 died in Camp Dennison Ang. 14, 1888 he came to Ohio with his parents in 1829 Raar Riec miss Eliza 8. Irwin june 28, 1838, and joined the Church 1843 and remained an Earnest faithful member till he was transferred to the Church High. He end rec his Long suffering with Christian fortitude patience and resignation and when the messenger came he was ready. His funeral was attended by a Large concourse Kindred and friends. At the Ripe age seventy seven years he peacefully yielded up his spirit to Jesus. There�?T8 a vacant seat in the Church now and an empty chair in the Nome end a missing Gray head pleasant face and mild voice in our Village. A. L. How bin. Blankinship Elizabeth James was born in Jefferson co., lad., feb. 9, 1821. Her entire life was spent near the Village ent Jefferson co., ind. She was married to James Blankenship april 23,1839 about time she was married she joined the methodist Church at Kent and for nearly arty years was a faithful member the a Bame september 1st she fell a asleep in Jesup a and rests beside her companion who preceded her to the better land nine months. L. King. I0?.r0jfchwl�8 Brown was born feb 21 �19, in Warren co., 0, and died Marathon 0. Feb. 6 1888. He m Mary Waite july 4, 1848. There were born a them twelve children five sons and four items Are living. His oldest son D. Brown Isa member the Ohio con a rence and the other four Are educators me was a faithful member the methodist for Over forty five years during Jinich time he was a constant subscriber he web turn. His House was known As the a Mei a Early itinerant. Filled with Jne glorious Hope life eternal he passed Bis rest leaving a wife and nine Chii Wren to mourn. We b. Brown. Ft-0nj? Ann daughter James ital Rebecca Finney was born Jan. 28, a afield tp., Warren of0 was Iii to Jonathan Goonrey March 21 a Juji was received into the old Bethel urch near Brecon About Twenty five 5f> died sept 16, 1888, Rollig dial a ter illness five is. 8he suffered much but with patience Felt that the was going to die and met death with unshaken Trust in her 8�ior� Gib. T. Tama. 0 a a food Jalian Foster was born in Lefferson co july 7. 1830. Was United a marriage with Daniel Crawford in Roble co0, april 22, 186?. Died in Carthage township Athens aug. 29, 1888. Bister Crawford United with the presbyterian Church at the age sixteen. After her marriage she United with the meth Odist Church and for thirty five years remained a faithful and exemplary Christian through All her Long illness sister Craw Oid showed a wonderful degree Christian it patience never murmuring complaining. 0. F. Matheny. Dema Stone Ernsberger wife Rev d. 0. Ernsberger the South India conference the methodist episcopal Church died in Bombay Jane 8, 1888, diabetes. She was born in Lockington o., Biily 2 1859. In 1884 she went to India whither brother Ernsberger had preceded her. They were married in Bombay by the Rev. D. O. Fox and proceeded almost immediately to their appointed Field la it at ling8ugnr, in the Canares country. A 1886 they were appointed to Gool Burga where she was living when the fatal disease began. The climate India was not favourable to her health. Malarial fever was tier almost constant enemy. Thus her otherwise Strong Constitution was undermined and rendered an easy prey to the fatal illness which seized her. Mrs. Erns bergers religions experience was deep and fervent yet always eminently practical a very Early life she joined the Church ler Choice in which she gave proof her practical piety by aiding in the Sabbath school and in All the work the Church. In 1880 she definitely sought and consciously found the blessed experience perfect love in the Light which experience she walked joyously almost constantly until she was summoned Home. In her estimation religion did not consist in emotional raptures but in purity and uniform unhesitating obedience to god. When consecrating herself to the life cd a missionary in India she presented herself a a a iving sacrifice a and by the Grace god she was enabled to hold that consecration inviolate to the end. Her constancy never wavered. Only when she could no longer be deceived As to the nature the cruel disease which had fastened upon her would she consent to leave her Post for a change which it was hoped would do her Good. But the change came too late. She went to Bombay monday. June 4th, Only to breathe her last Friday the 8th. Her dying testimony was there is not a Cloud in my and in the Lucid intervals the last few Days she was Happy in the Savior a love. Her remains were Laid to rest in the Beautiful cemetery at 8ewree, near the body the sainted George 8own, there to remain until the time when they that Are in their Graves shall hear the voice the son Goa and they that hear shall live. The afflicted husband is left with two Motherless children one two. And a half years old and the other seven months. He is sustained in the crushing sorrow by the never failing consolations Grace. 0. S. Hib Bvrd Mary e was born 31, 18 9 she was the daughter John and Eleanor Stemble Champaign co she was United in marriage to m b Hibberd july 29, 1841. God blessed Hwn with two children who preceded her. She embraced religion and United with the methodist Church in 1849. When Rev. B Hibberd entered the itinerant ranks she proved herself a faithful pastors wife Ever ready and willing to Aid in the masters work As her body seemed to Bend More and More to the Earth her spirit soared with greater vigor toward heaven. She was called to join the saints Light july 23, 1888, aged sixty eight years eight months Twenty two Days. She leaves Many relatives and friends and a devoted husband to mourn. Rev. B Hibberd is a superannuated the Central Ohio conference. In his afflictions let As Aid him by our prayers. Maui ice d. Baumgard Nib Jack Matthew g Jack died at his Home near Logansport ind., april 20,1888 Many years he had lived in the service his master and was fully prepared when the message came to Exchange worlds. W. S b. Kislik go a. R Keisling was born in 8helby coind8ept. 8,1830 died in great peace july 30 1888. At the age Twenty one he married Harriet Miller whoa till survives. Five sons and seven daughters were born to them five whom preceded him. He joined the methodist Church at fourteen years age was converted two years later. At the age Twenty three he was appointed Ciata Leader which office he filled with a Reat acceptability for thirty five years bring which time he was Steward and sunday school superintendent he was abundant in labors. His Home always furnished a lodging place for ministers the gospel. His disease was cancer and Dur no his suffering which was very intense he manifested great Christian patience. His estimable wife and children All whom Are christians have the sympathy All. L. E. Knox. Laming a miss Anna m. Learning daughter Tunis v. And Mary f. Learning was bom in Clinton coo., july 4, 1864, and died in Van Wert o., sept. 17, 1888, consumption. After her death a card was found among her papers upon ears n re Spect to the beginning Ner religions life a a i started in the service the lord feb. 1, 1884, by uniting with the methodist episcopal Church. Was converted feb. 17,1884, at prodigal Home while attending a revival meeting at that place was taken into full membership Ang 17, 1884. And was baptized by immersion by the Rev. J. Anna was a faithful Christian Young lady. She was always at her Post in Church and sunday Aoh ool work. When she took sick last january she was a teacher in the infant department the sunday school. Her class became strongly attached to her. Before and after her death these Little ones showed their fond new for her by frequent visits to her Home. We shall miss this Young Saint her parents brother and Sisters have the sympathy yet Many friends. 0, flt Kiwi a at the residence her brother in Johnstown Rev f. F. Lewis the Ohio conference miss Mary Lewis in her seventy fifth year. 8be Ras bom in new York. She came with her parents to Johns town 0. In 1839 in her sixth year she was attacked with inflammatory rheumatism which left he a life cripple vet with a desire for Independence she in slated maintaining herself with her Needle she was an invalid for sixteen years part this time she lived with her brother in Brookline if. T j who at his death provided for her future support. Then she lived with her aged father in Massachusetts. After his death she returned to Ohio and spent her remaining Days with her brother who with his Good wife tenderly cared for her till death released her. She was converted in her youth and for Silty years lived a Happy Christian life. She often spoke her desire to be released and to be at rest in heaven whic1 she had a Strong Assurance. Her social qualities were such that she always had Many friends. Sue leaves two other Brothers in the ministry j. W. Lewis the Minnesota conference and Charles the Troy conference. S. Rankin. Mcclamrock a Mary e. Mcclamrock whose Maiden name was Jones was born j an. 1, 1845, in Montgomery co ind deceased sept 15, 1888. She United with the methodist Church in the twelfth year her life and has been an acceptable member the Church More than thirty two years. 8he was esteemed by All who knew her. With her now bereaved husband she Laboured to build a Beautiful Home and it truly was one a place True Domestic enjoyment. Husband wife and three daughters com posed the family. The Church has sustained a loss by the departure sister Mcclamrock. Her death was Calm and peaceful. Her Trust in god was Strong and full. E r. Johnson. Morris Matilda Morris was bom in Kentucky july 2, 1808 when she was about three years old her parents moved and set tied in Jefferson coins. At a very Early age she joined the old Ebenezer methodist Church near Kent and was a consistent member the same for nearly seventy years and at the time her death was the oldest living member one the first methodist churches built in Indiana. She was married to James Morris in 1828. Died in great peace at her old Home Ang 29, 1888. L King. My by so Elizabeth Stafford was Bora in Jefferson co., ky., in december 1811, and died in Jeffersonville ind Ang. 11, 1888 she had been a resident Jeffersonville for about sixty five years and a member the methodist Church for about sixty years. In 1833 she was United in marriage to Charles Myers. To them was bom one child. Mother Myers was a Good and use fal member the Church. She lived Well and died Well. Roberts. Perry a Robert Logan Perry was Bora in Bath coky., april 30, 1814. At the age nine years he with Bis parents came to Decatur co. Ind. He lived in this county for sixty five years dying in Greensberg the county seat sept. 15, 1888. When quite Young he United with the methodist Church while services were being held in Hia fathers House. He lived a quiet faithful Christian life and died in Hope a Home in the heavenly world. E. B. Rawls. Philips Andrew h. Philips was Bora Jane 26, 1842 joined the methodist Church in 1854, and was converted. He was married to Grace Mckeand. Jan. 4, 1877. For his second wife he married mrs. Lonisa c. Giltner july 1887. At Bis country Scall he went into the army and after returning he studied Medicine and produced some years. After an illness six months Only a Short time confined to his room he departed this life 8ept. 8, 1888, in full Hope a Happy eternity. J. P. Maupin. Spacht Jonathan 8pach was Bora nov. 18, 1821, at Georgetown a and died june 23, 1888, at his Home in canal Dover He was converted in 1839 in the United Brethren Church under the ministry Rev. Philip Wells and United with the methodist Church in 1848. And was a Clesi Leader for Many years. When the War broke out he enlisted in the 80tn v. I to a Rve three years Bat was honorable discharged from the service August. 1862, by reason broken Down health. Brother Spach was a Loval methodist a True Christian and a faithful worker in the Church As Long health would permit he was a great sufferer for months and All that a faithful devoted wife could do was done for him it was the writer s privilege to Call frequently and talk with him and stronger Faith and a More glorious Hope i have never witnessed in any Christian. He was loved and respected by All and his death was triumphant. F. 8. Wolfe. Walker miss Mary Walker was Bora in Bowling Green Wood co., o., april 17,1833, died sept 2, 1888. She was a faithful member the methodist Church since sixteen years age. She was a Long and patient sufferer and when the list moment came she was fully prepared and ready to go. J. W. B. We ably Joseph f. Wearly was Bora in Preble co., and died in Warren ind sept. 14,1888, at the age forty fix years seven months and five Days he was a member the methodist Charch and a faithful devoted Christian and died trusting in the lord. He served As a Soldier in the Union army. He was highly esteemed by All who knew him and will be missed in the Community where he resided. A. 0. Gerald. Wal lib . George m. Weller died Ang. 15, 1888, aged thirty seven years three months. He was converted and United with the methodist Church at Fulton Ham when twelve years age since that time he lived the life an Earnest consistent Christian. He manifested a remarkable degree patience daring his sickness and save evidence perfect peace and Coonfi ence. His Faith in god was firm and the end triumphant. L. L. Mag . Wertzl Anna Smith was born in Shrewsbury York . Pa., sept 15, 18l5. In september 1888, she was United in marriage to Jacob Wertz. This Union was a Happy one and lasted for nearly a half Century. Mother Wertz with her companion in the ear 1840. Joined the methodist Church nearly Twenty years previous to her death she was a Witny to w perfect love. Among her last words were i Bavy always found him is Good As his wird a a a i a i trusting in her aged companion and five children survive to mourn. They Are comforted in the thought the wife and Mother has entered into her Reward. I j. E. Booth. Wiggans Alice Wige Ati was born in Scott coi Daug 8, 187l. She was converted and joined the methodist up Copal Church at the Deputy Camp meeting in 1886. About a year ago she began to suffer from lung trouble All that Loving hands and skill jul physicians could do proved unavailing she gradually grew worse until aug 7,1888. When her pure and gentle spirit returned to the god who gave it. L Kino. . Free Trade prices rustic bios. So aos Rouss. Air Siew ixe $40 Rachis est a $16 All attachment a a st the i Lake st., Chica fit sent dates each month from Chicago Peoria st louts advertisements. If Nam your Bank account. If you desire to open one to make any change we Hall be pleased to Confer with you. We transact any business 111 the line banking allow interest a Bike Al Rimini no Lulu Proli Virlle a Ull jul vow to i v investments. Oil time deposits t Issue drafts the principal european cities and letters credit for travellers. If you wish to invest we shall be glad to offer you Good i City county school r. Bonds and other Safe securities Call Send for lists. An experience 25 years gives us great advantage in purchasing the Best securities. 5/vkeans66/\nkens hich to Liucc Tymu pm Aston Hui Anig n. Y. Office 2 Wall st., Cor. Broadway. Gold medal Paris 1878. Baker s Choice routes via Denver Council Bluffs Omaha st Joseph Atchison Kansas City. For dates rates tickets further information apply to ticket agents connecting lines address pm Amorton. Gen. Pats. . Lit oat Morr beware fraud As my stamped Tuff name and the Price Are _ Bottom All my advertised shoes before leaving the factory Wloch protect the wearers against High prices and inferior goods. If a dealer offers I. Douglas shoes at a reduced Price says he Lias them without �7 name and Price stamped the Bottom put him Down is a fraud. Warranted absolutely pure Cocoa from which the excess Oil has been removed. It has three time the strength Cocoa mixed a Fth starch arrowroot sugar and is therefore far More , costing less than one ent a cup. It is delicious nourishing strengthening easily digested and admirably adapted for invalids a Well As for persons in health. Sold by grocers everywhere. V. Baker amp co., Dorchester. My round trip tickets to met\x7 Vrtol orly pfc gentlemen 1ncw i null a a Quot Quot pm Sam a via c. And Route 24 hoarse an ride with meals and berth Freo. The c. O. Route follows a water Conne almost continually from its Western terminus to the Ocean it starts out the Ohio then follows in the order named the Kanawha new River Green Brier Howard a Creek Jackson a River cow Pas tire South Anna and the Jamea. 300 summer Homes and health an pleasure resorts in the Alleghany and b be Ridge Mountain and the Atlantic coast. Rates ranging bom 912 per month upward round trip tickets to Washington Boston Whit Sulphur Springs natural Bridge old it. Comfort Virginia Beach hot and Iron Springs Virginia and Many other Points interest. Cmil �9 Offlee fifth and Walnut streets for guide books rates and maps. We Are also distributing books entitled a a Ocean to Ocean a and a zephyrs a free. Only Call s3_ no tacks Wax he feet easy As hand sewed and I. Douglas 84 8ho it Only hand sewed Welt $4 in 14 read to Hurt ill not rip. L the original and my hand sewed Welt $4 shoe. Erpi als custom Mado hoes costing from <6 to 99. W L. Douglas 83.50 police shoe tall Road men and letter carriers All Wear them moot i inside As a hand sewed shoe. No lacks Vax thread to Liburt the feet. A a. W. L. Douglas 82.50 shoe is unexcelled heavy Wear. Best calf shoe a Ralto Price. W. L. Douglas 82.25 Workingman so Hok in the Best in the world for rough Wear one Valr ought to Wear a Man a year. W. L. Dougla8 82 shoe for boys 1 he Best school shoe in the world. A a. L. Douglas 81.75iyouth�s sch cml Hoe gives the Small boys a Chance to Wear the Best a Oes in the world. All made in Congress Button and lace. If not Sola y your dealer write L. Douglas Brockton mass. The comfortable h. W. Fuller n p. A. d. E. Holmes pay and tar rpt at for Chautauqua Buffalo a Tew Quot orc Albany Saratoga Cincinnati. Shin ton i Bost Oit and it Railroad. I and other Eastern cities. 3 through trains j now running Palace sleeping cars through without change Ovik Tokib new lih1 to Philadelphia via Washington and Baltimore i Bact connections Fob All Points East and South East. Day coaches and Palace sleeping cars. Through without change from Cin Olness grand Central depot to Pittsburg via Columbus Newark Zanesville Bellaire Wheeling via the Midland k. Route Pullman Palace sleeping coaches Pullman Buffet sleeping coaches Pullman hotel coaches parlor cars and elegant Day coaches. The Buffet sleeping Loaches Are a new departure. They Are models elegance possessing All the conveniences a Palace sleeping coach and in addition Are furnished with a Buffet supplied with refreshments All kinds which can be ordered at the pleasure the passenger by touching an electric Bell which is connected with every seat. Trains leave Cincinnati As follows the time Given 22 minutes slower being Central hire which than Cincinnati time 84. Lola limited Dally l. Next new York 9.55 a Man Palace Buffet sleeping without change. A. Big a morning i coach arrives the pull through Mew York sad boats exp arrives new York 9 b5 Dally. 7.0o p. H., arrives new York 9 b5 p. Pullman Palace sleeping coach Cincinnati to Hornell Marlon Volle and Marlon to new York. Atlantic express Dally leaves 10 00 . For cd Antanna new York Buffalo Jamestown and Eastern Points. Me. A accommodation Dally Lavsa Cincinnati 12.45 p. Heaves Dayton 2.40 p. Arrives Mansfield 7.88 p. Akron 10.80 p. Kent 10.56 p. Through trains leave grand Central depot can a Natl for Washington d. C., and Baltimore at 8 25 a. And 730 p. Dally. For Columbas Wheeling Pittsburg 7.80 a. And 7 10 p. Daily for c Lumbus accommodation4.00 p. M., Exoe sunday. For farther information and the Best possible rates apply a agent a w., and b. R., 169 Wal not Street and grand Central pot James h. Stewart general manager King asap to g. P. A. Cincinnati. For tickets sleeping car Bertha and full information plea a apply to h. Holabird no. 99 West fourth Street adjoining the naw chamber Commerce. 1 e. B. Thomas. Second vice pres., Cleveland L. P. Farmer Gen. Pass. Agent new York Rinearson asst. Geni pass. Agent Cleveland o -1 a a a a

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