Christian herald and signs of our times . ing-urn. OUR TIMES. Vol. IX. No. 39. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1886. Price, Three Cents. CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER. POBTRAIT AND LITE OP THE REV. ASAMAHAN, D.D., THE OCTOGENARIAN RE-VIVALIST. THE TERMINI OF TWO CITY ROADS. Dr.Talmages Sermon Last Sunday Morning. ANECDOTES BELATED AT REGENT EVAN-GELISTIC MEETINGS. THE CALL FOR THE BIBLE AND PRO-PHETIC CONFERENCE AT CHICAGO. The Invitation Society—Mr. Spurgeons Levee-Slavery in Australia—A Modern Rehoboam—ASacred Bathing Place—How Eishop HanningtonDied—A Reformed Thiefs Experience. GROUNDLESS DESPONDENCY-A N

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Christian herald and signs of our times . ing-urn. OUR TIMES. Vol. IX. No. 39. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1886. Price, Three Cents. CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER. POBTRAIT AND LITE OP THE REV. ASAMAHAN, D.D., THE OCTOGENARIAN RE-VIVALIST. THE TERMINI OF TWO CITY ROADS. Dr.Talmages Sermon Last Sunday Morning. ANECDOTES BELATED AT REGENT EVAN-GELISTIC MEETINGS. THE CALL FOR THE BIBLE AND PRO-PHETIC CONFERENCE AT CHICAGO. The Invitation Society—Mr. Spurgeons Levee-Slavery in Australia—A Modern Rehoboam—ASacred Bathing Place—How Eishop HanningtonDied—A Reformed Thiefs Experience. GROUNDLESS DESPONDENCY-A N
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Christian herald and signs of our times . ing-urn. OUR TIMES. Vol. IX. No. 39. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1886. Price, Three Cents. CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER. POBTRAIT AND LITE OP THE REV. ASAMAHAN, D.D., THE OCTOGENARIAN RE-VIVALIST. THE TERMINI OF TWO CITY ROADS. Dr.Talmages Sermon Last Sunday Morning. ANECDOTES BELATED AT REGENT EVAN-GELISTIC MEETINGS. THE CALL FOR THE BIBLE AND PRO-PHETIC CONFERENCE AT CHICAGO. The Invitation Society—Mr. Spurgeons Levee-Slavery in Australia—A Modern Rehoboam—ASacred Bathing Place—How Eishop HanningtonDied—A Reformed Thiefs Experience. GROUNDLESS DESPONDENCY-A New Ser-mon by 0. H. Spurgeon. PICTURE OF THE RECEPTION OF PRINCEALEXANDER AT SOFIA. CURRENT EVENTS: Eeported ReciprocityTreaty with Canada—The Trouble with theSpanish Treaty—The Pension Roll- Heavy De-falcations-Prorogation of the British Parlia-ment—Russias Ultimatum to Bulgaria—ALadys False Diamonds, &c. WORSE THAN A HEATHEN. (With Dlustra-tration.) THE WAY OUT. (Continued). JESUS BEFORE PILATE. By Mrs. M. Baxter.. The Rev. ASA MAHAN, D,D., LL.D,, The Octogenarian Revivalist,—Scenes in his Life. 610 THE CHRISTIAN HERALD AND SIGNS OF OUR TIMES. Sept. 30. REV. ASA MAHAN, D.D., LL.D., The Octogenarian Revivalist. Born in 1799—Early Religious Impressions-Dread of Death—A Narrow Escape—Funeralof a Playmate—Conversion—Begins TeachingSchool—A Trial of Faith—Called to the Minis-try—Appointed to the Pastorate—Conveyed ina Chair to Sabbath Services—Life as CollegePresident—Working with his Students—HowOberlin College was Tided Over Difficulties—Dr. Mahans Later Life and his Publications. The venerable preacher and writer whose por-trait appears on the first page, is doubtless knownby reputation to many of our readers. He haslabored earnestly during his long life to propa-gate the doctrines in which he so firmly believes,and to lead young people especially, to a realiza-tion of the fulness of blessing which God isready to pour out on the fai