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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1883)
“ Kindness is the music of good
will to men ; and on this harp the
smallest fingers may play heaven’s
sweetest tunes on earth.”
PIERCE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
A NOTED BUT UNTITLED WOMAN.
(From ti*o Boston Globe.}
— for —-
CÍALES AND FEMALES
Forty Tear’s Experience of an Old Nurse.
Mrs. Win»low’e8oothing Syrup is the prescrip
tion of one of the beat female physicians aud
nurses in the United States, and has been used
for forty years with never failing success by
millions of mothers for their children. It re
lieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and wind
colic. By giving health to the child it rests the
mother. Price twenty “five SetnsTTbOTlle“;
“Kindness is stowed away in.
the heart like rose leaves in a
drawer, to sweeten every object
Aramen’B Cough Syrap cares coughs,
colds, bronchitis and consumption.
We think it unnecessary to go to a
doctor and pay him to prescribe for a
common cold.* At the same time it is of
the utmost importance to pay attention
’ to it and get relief—or evil codât quence
may follow. We ust Am men’s Cough
Syrup. It has never failed yet to do all
that ie claimed for it, and we take pleas
ure in recommending it to our readers
IT yoo bave aöt Iritnl this medie ne, go 2
to your druggist and ask to see a large
bottle and read the label.
The cloudy days are the ones for
us to keep pleasant.
Edgar T. Page, E«q , Druggist, writes
ua from Cuicopee Falls, that Mr. Albert
Guenther under Wilds Hotel has nsed
that remarkable remedy, St. Jacobs Oil,
for a severe case of rheumatism aud it
cured him, as if by magic. He also
used it with great success atuoug his
horses, in cases of eprairs, sores etc.
and it cures every time. —[Springfield,
HE NEXT SESSION OF THIS PROSPEROUS AND GROWING INSTITUTION WILL
open on MONDAY, September 4, 1882, and close on THURSDAY, April 2C, 1883.
Tho above is a good likeness of Mrs« Lydia E. Pink
ham, of Lynn, Mass., who above all other human beluga
may bo truthfully called the ‘ Dear Friend of Woman,”
as some of her correspondents love to call her. the
la sealously devoted to her work, which Is the outcome
of a life-study, and is obliged to keep six lady
assistants, to help her answerthe large correspondence
which daily pours in upon her, each bearing Its special
burden of suffering, or joy at release from it. Her
Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not
evil purposes. I have personally investigated it and
am satisfied of the truth of this.
On account of its proven merits, tt 1« recommended
and prescribed by the best physicians In the country.
One says I “It works like a charm and saves much
pain. It will cure entirely the wont form of falling
of tho uterus, Leucorrhcea, Irregular and painful
Menstruation.all Ovarian Trouble«, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Floodings, all Displacements and tho con
sequent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to
the Change of Life.”
It permeates every portion of the system, and gives
new life and vigor. It removes faintness, flatulency,
destroys all craving for stimulants, and relievos weak
ness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headaches,
Nervous Proatmtlon, General Debility, Sleeplessness,
Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing
down,u ausing pain, weight and backache, Watwayg
permanently curetTby it» u.-o. If will at all limes, wnrt
under all circumstances, act in harmony with the law
that governs the female system.
It costs only Si. per bottle or six for JS . and is sold by
druggists. Any advice required as to special eases, and
the names of many who have been restored to perfect
health by the use of the Vegetable Compound, can be
obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply,
at her home in Lynn, Mass.
For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compound is
unsurpaased as abundant test imonials show.
" Mrs. Pinkham’s 14ver Pill«,” says one writer, “are
the beet in the world tor the nn .of Constipation,
DUiousness and Torpidity of the liver. Her Blood
Purifier works wonders In its special line and bids fair
to equal the Compound in its popularity.
• ah must respect her as an Angel ot Mercy whose sols
ambition is to do good to others.
Mr». A. M. D.
This College was founded in 1874, for the co-education of both sexes, upon equal conditions
of entrance and graduation, and has had a healthy and steady growth from the beginning. Our
aiin is to give a good, solid education in the various branches of a College course; upon a
Chrtatin/i tesis, and thus to prepare students for ihe practical and beautiful pursuits of life, and
for honorable citizenship.
The College Buildings, consisting of two substantial brick edifices, staud upon a campus
ten acres in the pleasant village of College City, in the southern part of Colusa Count} . The
town is pleasantly located in a beautiful, retired and healthful spot, in the midst of a moral,
cultivated and enterprising community, and is easily accessible from any direction. It is three
miles east of Arbupkle, a town on thè Northern Railway, with which it is connected by a dgily
stage-line. The scenery around is inspiring. To the north rise the stately fonti of Mount
»S'uasta, the snowy peaks of Lassen, ana tho picturesque Buttes on the east wind ti e blue
waters of the Sacramento, and stretch away in the distance the pine-cla<l walls and snowy domes
ot the Sierras ; while on the west lie Snow Mountain aud the purple hills of the Coast Range.
Tuition in Collegiate Dejiartment, per term
Preparatory, first grade ..
Instrumental Music, per month
Use of Instrument.... ................
lira wing and Painting..... ...
Modern Languages, (>er term. .
Board, (>er wook.........................
All tuition must be paid in advance. Penmanship at teacher's price. No janitor's fees
For Catalogue or further particulars, address
J. C. KEITH, President,
College City, Cal.
V>: ti : rinary St’UGEON AND CnrMTRT, . now traveling in this country,
A n E nglish 1,■
.. Cattle ......
says that most of the Horae
l’owdera — sold
ders »re abso
lutely pure awl
ing on earth
everywhere, or sent by mail for_ehd^^^^Jtau^^I^ff^JOiniSK)iCA^0C^Bowrcoj^4Ag|
MAKE HENS LAYfBf
*No lady of refinement likes to resort
to superficial devices to supply a becom
ing semblance of her former bean/y. It
is health alone that kindles the fire that
lights the oountenance and brings back
the fresh tints of the apple blossom to
the faded cheek. If anything on earth
will do thia it is Mrs. Lydia E. Pink-
ham’s Vegetable Compouud which has
already brought health to multitudes
with whom all other means had failed.
Work for the good that is nighest
Dream not of greatness afar ;
That glory is ever the highest,
Which shines upon men as they are.
D. W. PRENTICE & CO.,
Leading Music Dealers,
107 FIRST STREPI, PORTLAND, OREGON.
t have' been quickly reUcved, and In ehort time
a i Tj
rim s, tt. UQI IBOR URY, SOLD BY DlttCCWTS.
HAINES BROS., J. B. NUGENT &
CO., GRAND, SQUARE AND
price» ever know*
HI five, A Ketolver*
I. owi - k I
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
». FOWXLL ♦«««- «wr
To those who have sons, daughters or wards to educate, we can offer rare advantages and
strong inducements to send to this School, viz.:
•f. A quiet and orderly College Town, with no Saloon, Drinking-place or Gambling-house
within three milq,s of the buildings. Your sons are here free from these temptations to
ttD<( enthn »rie. Faculty,
3. Complete Course of Study, with thorough instruction. *
4. The advantage of Normal'draining.
5. Low Rites of Tuition and Moderate Expenses. Our charges are lower than those of any
other Sc hool of like grade on the Coast, and young men and women who have to educate
themselves, will here find rare opportunities to carry out their noble purposes.
THE CHRISTIAN SOWER
Two complete Courses of Study, the Classical and the Scientific, have been arranged, em
bracing together Mathematics, Ancient and Modern I-angnages, English, Science, Art, Music,
Bible, Book-keeping. Theory and Practice of Teaching, History, etc., and students, by the ad
vice and consent of the Faculty, can pursue those studies shown (o be most advantageous to
them. After the close of the regular S um ' on. a Normal class will be formed and taught by two ,
of the Professors for the l«enefit of those who desire to pass examination before some County
Board for Teachers' certificates..
rpilIRIBTHE PIONEER FUND FOR THE
1 free distribution of tract*. Is well supplied
with tracts on the elements of the Gospel. New
kinds will follow soon. These tracts are free to
those who are not able to buy them, ard fifty
cents ]>er hundred to those who are able.
Coughs, Colds, Hoars -mess, Sore Everv cent received will l»e used to print tracts.
Weak churches will find these tracts useful.
Throat, See. quickly relieved by Brown’p Evangelists should go well supplied.
Bronchial Troches. A simple and ef
.1. W. HIGBEE, Trustee,
fectual remedy, superior to all other ar 12-35-tf
If I have faith in Christ, I shall
love him; if I love him, I shall
keep his commandments; if I do
not keep hie commandments, I do
not love him, I do not believe in
COUKSK OF STl’DY.
There is enough in Christ for you
when you have nothing in j our
ticles for the same purpose.
in boxes. Pries 25 eta.
ESTEY & STERLING
j reduced price
R t eimp f» r e» ir
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BUCKEYE BELL FOUNDRY
SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
Send for Catalogue. .
R.-11» of Pure Copjwr end Tin for Church»«,
School», Fira Alarm«,Farm«, etc. FILI.’.
WARRANTED. Catalogni* »ent Fre* .
VANOUZEN A TIFT, Cincinnati, O