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Au Enterprising Woman«
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est that may be sent to this office.]
J ewish A rtisan L ife , in the time of
Jesus, by Frank Delitzsch.—Prof De
litzsch has a world-wide repntation as
one of the ablest scholars in Biblical
science. He has opened anew field in
the department of New Testament con
temporaneous history. He throws a
new light upon the country in which
. Jesus lived and upon the people among
whom he moved. He sketches the pub-
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priv a t e home Kfa
the Jews in the time of Christ, in such
a charming style, that one is so fascin
ated he can scarcely lay down the book
until through. In chapter IV., “A
June day in Jerusalem during the last“
decade before Christ,” the author fairly
HTUftöB uno feet as if in the midst of the
scenes he describes. Published in
F unk & W agnall . s ” S tandard L ibra
ry . ” Price, 15 cents.
One of the thoroughly enterprising
women of New YbTk, is Mre"Ottendorf-
er, wife of the editor of the Staats Zeit-
ung. And she is not only enterprising
but generous. It is only a few years
since Mrs. Ottendorfer built and en
dowed with her own money an asylum
for aged German women under the
name ef the Isabella Home. It is lo
cated in Astoria, and the outlay upon it
amounted to over $100,000. Mrs. Ot
tendorfer has just oarried out another
benevolent project whioh entitles her to
The very instant you perceive
zw ourself in a passion shut your
theuth, and keep it shut till your
blood cools. This advice, if always
followed, would save many a life of
bitterness; and deepj incurable
The ‘‘ Gulden Bloom of Youth ”
maybe retained by using Dr. Pierce’s
<“ Favorite Prescription,” a specific for
“ female complaints.” By druggists.
At Albany, Linn Co., Oregon, Sept.
4, 1883, by D. M. Doty, Mr. R. R. Cros
by and Miss C. A. Cowan, at the resi
dence of the bride’s father, in Albany.
The newly married pair started on the
noon train Id spenl a Tewdays in'PbfF-
land. Sister Clara is one of the noble
Christian youDg ladies of Linn Co.
May sucoess and happiness attend them
A Great Gain.
A patient writes : *' My cough is al
most gone, and the pain under my left
shoulder-blade is better. I can sit up
straight with ease and draw deep breaths,
andean walk without having palpitation
of the heart. I oould not do any of
these before using Compound Oxygen.”
Our treatise on Compound Oxygen, its
nature, action and results, with reports
of eases and full information, sent free.
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Girard St. Philadelphia, Pa.
All orders for the Compound Oxygen
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terms as if sent directly to us in Phila
JM-grThe celebrated M rs . D r . A ugus
ta S mith , of Springfield, Mo., who is
curing so many sick, all over the coun
try, is a neice of Ex-president Filmore.
She is the great “ woman doctor” of the
age. Many of her cures, are simply
wonderful. Write for her pamphlet,
list, etc. If you can be cured at all,
she can cure you.
fi^’Mrs. Alexander Campbell, com
mends Mrs. Dr. Smith of Springfield,
Mo. Write for jWimphlet, etc.
A good memory is the best
monument. Others are subject to
casualty or time, and we know that
There is no accomplishment which is the Pyramids themselves, rotting
so fascinating as the power of reading with age, have forgotten the names
well ; it is a pleasing, although much
of their founders^- Fuller.
neglected accomplishment. No music
bas such a charm as good reading ; and
twenty will be fascinated by good read
ing ; and where one person can be a
good musician, twenty can be good read
ers. It seem3 to bring back the old au
thors, and to cause us to imagine our
selves sitting down and talking familiar
ly with them. There is no accomplish
ment which causes so much pleasure in
* the family or social circle.— Ex.
chased two buildings on Second avenue,
and a few days ago she made them over
to the German hospital. Her outlay in
this case was about $65,000. The prop
erty is within a stone’s throw of the His
torical Society building and St. Mark’s
ch u rc h? R was from the little grave--.
yard surroundinding tfie latter, and in
whioh the dust of old Peter Stuyvesant
lies, that the body of millionaire Stew
art was stolen. Mrs. Ottendorfer’s
money all comes from her husband’s
paper, which is one of the most valua
ble newspaper properties in New York.
She has had a good deal to do with
making it valuable herself. I know
(says a correspondent) that as far back
as five and twenty years ago, when the
Staats Zeitung was but feeling its way,
This powder never varies. A marvel purity,
she was a regular daily visitor at the of strength
and wholesomeness, More economi
fice, and always with one eye to the cal than the ordinary kinds, and can not bo sold
in competition with the multitude of low tost,
business. She looked over the books, short
wtight, alum or phosphate powders.
to^rin "moEey aFlTio adverfizihg'And UtoM onhjirfvms. R ot i t h 'B amhw P ui w bm i G oi i
106 Wall St., N qw York.
subscription desks, and saw that no one
employed in the office shirked his duty.
Much of the business success of the pa
per is undoubtedly due to her. Few
women in New York know better how
to make money or how to use it. —South
For coughs and colds there is no rem
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O regon C ity , Or., April 25th 1882—
We can build up a large sale for Am
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A shland , Or., April 27th, 1882.—
Ammen’s Cough Syrup sells well and
gives good satisfaction.
INGLOW & WIMES BROS.
P hoe N ix , (Or.), Muy 14, 1882.— * *
Manners are not morals. But * I have had cAlls for Ammen’s Cough
manners and morals are never far Syrup. I recommend it in my practice.
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Below we give a partial list .of the books we
propose to furnish our readers at publishers re
tail prices, We would just say in brief that we
arc prepared to furnish -wost anything in Ute
book line, and will be pleased to receive orders
for same. We will add to this list as our time
and spaco will allow.
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS.
1. Family Bibles, different styles, sizes, etc.,
with prices from $2.25 to $18.
2. Pulpit Bibles from $5 to $10.
3. Oxford Bunday School Teaohers’ Bibles
from $1.50 to $19.
4. Revised New Testament, Compared Edi
tion, $1.22 to $7.50.
5. Revised New Testament alone $1.80 and
Lesson Commentary, by J. H. Vincent, D.D.,
McGarvey’s (Commentary on the Acts of the
Commentary on Luke, by J. S. Lamar, $2.
Commentary on Hebrews, by R. Milligan, $2.
Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the Ro
mans, by M. E. Lard, $3.
Analysis of the Four Gospels and Acts ; with
Leading Queries and Illustrations, for the use_....
of Sunday Schools, Families, etc., by R. Mili-
Reason and Revelation, by R. Milligan, $2.
The Scheme of liede»*i4h>n,
^Conybearo and Howson’s Life and Epistles of
the Apostle Paul, $1.50.
The New Biblical Atlas and Scripture Gazet
Lauds of the Bible, by J. W. McGarvey, $35
- Nevi»’# Biblical Antiquities. $1.50.
Nicholl’s Introduction to the Study of the
Sc haff's Bible Dictionary, $2.50.
' Freeman’s Hand Book of Bible Manners and
Whitney’s Hand Book of Bible Geography,
Barrow’s Companion to the Bible, $1.60. __
Rawlinson’s Historical Illustrations of the
Old Testament. $1.
Walks about Jerusalem, by Isaac Errett, $1.
Talks to Bereans, by Isaac Errett, $1.
Letters to a Young Christian, by Isaac Er
rett, 35 cents.
The Heavenward Way, by J. H. Garrison,
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—■G e nu in on es# a n d A^thfiiiiwiU fll-W-Qeipcls^^^
by B. A. Hinsdale, $1.25.
’ Smith’» Unabridged Bible Dictionary. Ameri
can Edition. Revised and edited by H. B.
Hackett, D. D., assisted by Ezra Abbott, L.L.D.
In four volumes. Price in Cloth, per set, $20.
Price in Sheep, the set, $25.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary, $1 50.
Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament. $1 50-
per vo’ume. The volumes sold separately.
On the Four Gospels, 2 vols. On the Acts of ' ,
the Apostles. On the Epistle to the Romafs.
On the First Epistle to the Corinthians. On
the Second Epistle to the Corinthians, and the
Epistle to the Galatians. On the Epistle to the
Ephesians, the Colossians, and the Philippian».
On the Epistle to the Thessalonians, Timothy,
Titus and Philemon. On the Epistle to the
Hebrews. On the General Epistle of James,
Peter, John and Judo. On the Revelation.
Barnes’ Notes cn the Psalms. In Three
volumes. Cloth, per vol , $1.50.
Barnes’ Notes on the Book of Daniel, $1.50.
Barnes’ Notes on the Book of Prophet Isaiah.
2 vols. Cloth, per vol., $1.50.
Barilos’ Notes on the Book of" Job. 2 vols.
Cloth, per vol., $1.50.
Outliues of Church History, by Rev. John F.
Hurst, D. D., 50 cents.
A Short History of the English Bible, by
Rev. James M. Freeman, p. D., 50 cents.
Chronology of Bible History, and How to
Ilomember It, by Rev. C. Munger. 50 cents.
Cruden’s Complete Concordance to the Holy
Cruden’s Concordance Abridged, 75 cents.
Brown’s Pocket Concordance, 50 cents.
The Life and Words of Christ, by Cunning
ham Geikie, D. D., $1.50.
The Life of our Lord upon the Earth, bj*
Samuel J. Andrews, $2.50.
The Sunday School Helper, by J. H. Hardin,
Kinship to Christ, by J. Z. Tyler, $1.50.
The Standard Manual, for Sunday-scheol
workers, by F. M. Green, 75 cents.
Heroes and Holidays, edited by Rev. W. F.
Story of an Earnest Life, by Mrs. Eliza
On the Rock, by J). R. Dungan, $1.50.
A Trip Around the World, by Timothy Coop
and Henry Exley, $1.50.
Around the World, Tour of Christian Mis
sions, by W. F. Bainbridge, $2.
The Christian Manual, for the use of Church
Officers, in the various relations of Evangelists,
Pastors, Bishops and Deacons, by F. M. Green,
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