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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1883)
CHRISTIAN- TIER A LT»
Those children who are found I
. After all has been learned, the
old man is a boy again, and turns moving in the orbits of obedidhee,
to songs and prayers that he heard shall enjoy the clearest sunshine of
when the nursery was his divinity their Father’s countenance.
And will complete'»- chanre the blood in the entire «»»tern in three month«. Any per«on who will take ONE FILL
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icKobl, aniT“the'~Tnoth^ the~iOEnTor
For enrin« F emaie Complaint» th-•« Pill« hare noeqnel. Physician« uae them in their practice. Sola every where, or
«ent by mall for -25 cent» in stamp«. Send for pemphlet. I. S. JOHNSON A CO.. Boston. Mass-
If and If.
professor... Out obtbat seminary he
•If you are suffering from poor health
may go to groves of philosophy and
‘or languishing on a lied of sickness,
THE OLD-PATH GUIDE THE COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE,
‘hike cheer; if you are simply uil-
halls of ethical culture, sit at the
'ing, or if you feel weak and dispirited,
feet of wise men and become him
‘without clearly knowing why, llop
F ban /G. A llen , I F(litwrH
• Bitters will.surely cure you.”
orth Y ancey , f
self an interpreter of thought, a
“ If you arc a Minister, and have overtaxed
founder of schools and sects, and fill ‘ yourself with your pastoral duties, or u Mother,
R out . G raham rpilIS COLLEGE IS DEVOTED EXCLU-
out with care and work, ora man of busi- C. L. I.00R,
the world with records of his inner ‘ * worn
J, W. M c G arvey ,
I. B. G rubbs .
I sively to the preparation of young men tor
ness or laborer weakened by the struiri of your
in the Church. It is not necessary ’
life and his experience in learning * every-day duties, or a man of letters, toiling fTIHIS IS A LARGE E1GHT-PAGE WEEKLY that those who
would attend it become preach
‘.over your midnight work, Hop Bitters will
1 devoted to the advocacy and defence of ers, though most of its students do enter the
how to live. But at last he must surely strengthen you.
Auoatolic teaching and practice. “ Ask for tlie ministry.
Oid-Paths, and walk therein ” is its motto, its
It is required of tnose who would enter that
c o m e, .b a ck lQutluLJ!^^
yau t ttkft HM Lil it B tea ehimi U s
,1a. ji mu Uifij to tiiism
safe, frosh and sparkling. Its make up is order- ligion, ana 11AV5 at leant a rair Kugnah eddSA-
.‘drinking, any indiscre-
his first teacher taught him. The
lv, noat, attractive and on excellent paper. A. tion. The College is conducted in close con
‘tion or dissipation, or-
specimen copy will satisfy all of the above, and nection with Kentucky University, and to all
little child gets the kingdom—Ar. Y-
• are young and growing
w -i ill • cost
yo _ u _ but
card 2 «wL on
the classes of the latter our students nave
i it you
____ a th
‘ e _ time
a _ 1 /I
‘ too fast, as is often the
*»„**#»• the request Is made.
— — — Address
— —— Tub- access free of" charge. Tn The College- of the
Cousu in pt ion Cure.
Pmum.- • 7.1 lu »»-
“ 1r if you arc in the workshop, on
• the farm, at the desk, anywhere, and
‘feel that your system noeds elcans-
■— '«inn, (Diiliig i
Bt i ss utotingi wi(hunt
‘intoxicating'; if you are old, blood
‘ thin and impure, pulse feeble, nerves
•unsteady, faculties waning, Hop
• Bitters is what you need to give you
• new life, health, and vigor.”
was hourly expected by myself aud
friends. My physician pronoun¿ed
disease consumption, and said I must
die. I began taking your “ Discovery ”
nngj.i-.-o nr drsneptic. or
n ine b ut-- -------- H
su fferlng from any other of the n umer-
ties and am wonderfully relieved. I
ous diseases of the stomach or bowels,
am now able to ride out.
it is your own fault if you remain ill.
If you are wasting away with any
form of Kidney disease, stop tempting
death this moment, and' turn for a
cure to Hop Bittern.
The tender words and loving
If you are sick with _
deeds which are nearest to us arec
Nervousness, you will
find a “Balm in Gilead”
immortal seed. that wild spring up
in Hop Bitters
in everlasting beauty, net only in
If vou are a frequenter, or a resident
of a miasmatic district, barricade your
our t own lives, but — in the -------------------
gystem against the scourge of all coum
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those born after 03.^-Spur geon.
Bad C’axe of St. V.tus Dance.
Minister, is the singular name of a
town situated in Auglaize Co., Ohio
It is the residence of Mr. J. Brandewit,
who writes : “ Samaritan Nervine" per
manently cured my sau of a bad case of
St. Vitus Danoe ” $1.5l‘.
Ho that will not permit his
wealth to do any good to others
while he is alive, p „vents it from
doing any good to himself when he
is dead ; and by an egotism that is
suicidal, an l has a double edge,
cuts himself off from the truest
pleasure and the highest happiness
Advtce To Mollici s,
M rs W inslow ’ s S o «» thinci S yrup should al
ways be used when children are cutting teeth.
It relieves the little sufferer at once: it pro
duces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the
child from pain, and tho little cherub awakes
as “ bright aa a button. ’ It is very pleasant
it sootlios tho child, softens the
Sums, allays pain, relie -es wind regulates the
owcls, and is the best known remedy for
diarrhtBa, whether arising from teething or
other causes. Twenty-five cts. a bottle. 13-20-ly
—... "tt les—tri Trt n rtff.~<i|i idv m'iv , W tbHHF-au»*--------
intermittent fevers—by the use of Hop
Jf vou have rough, pimply, or sallow skin, bad
breath. Hop Bitterswill give you fair skin, rich
blood, the sweetest breath and health. £>00 will
be paid tor a case they will not cure or help.
That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sister
mother, or daughter can be made the picture of
health by a few bottles of Hop Bitters costing but
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Bible tuition is free, there are no fees, except
one of $5 for the janitor, coal, etc.
Good board and lodging can be had in pri
vate families at from $3 to $5 per week. Those
Single Subscription, One Year, $2 00; Six who board in the College dormity pay $10 per
- — Month«,
Wj Thi'eo Mw i i ths,. oll i ifa,
l . yam fin t i ieii
week ior board. They must furnish their own
‘ CLUB BATES.
looms and provide their own lights, washing,
To any one sending a club of Five and $10 00 fuel, etc. To these tlaa whole expense need not
cash, an extra copy.
exceed $125 per annum.
T he O ld -I’ ath G uide ($2 00) and
Those seeking a good education at little cost,
T he W ord and TnE W ork (50 cts) $2 25.
and specially those preparing for the ministry,
—pNO ir i c O biumiw N hwo ($1 0 0 ) $2.50............ - woh I h do wall tt>.......................................... AUil
T he C hristian H erald ($2 00) $3 00. •
further information to
-Address for specimens,
R. GRAHAM, President.
C. C. C line &. Co.,
General Publisher* of Church and Bunday
School Supplies, 310 West Main St.,
13 3 tf
PUBLISHERS AND DEALERS IN SUNDAY
C. C. CLINE & CO.,
EARS FOR THE MILLION.
Foo Clioo's Balsam of Shark's Oil
Positively Restores the Hearing, and is the
Only Absolute Cure for Deafness Known.
This Oil is absiracted from peculiar species o
Hi t he Yellow Boa. |
knowit as Carcbarodou Rondeletii. Every
Chinese fisherman knows it.- Its virtues as a
restorative, of hearing were discovered by a
Buddhist Priest about the year 1410. Its cures
were so numerous and many so seemingly mir
aculous, that the remedy was. officially pro
claimed over the entire Empire. Its use be
came so universal that for over 300 years no
Deafness has existed amoi g the Chinese people.
Sent, charges prepaid, to any address at $1.00
Hear What the Deaf Say!
It has performed a miracle in my case.
I have n<> unearthly noises in my head and
hear m .ch better.
I have been greatly bench ted
My deafness helped a great deal—think an
other bottle will cure me.
My hearing is much benefited.
I have received untold l>enofit.
Mv hearing is improving. _
It is giving good satisfaction.
Have been greatly benefited, and am rejoiced
that 1 saw the notice ot it.
“ Its virtues are unquestionable and its
curative character absolute, as tho writer can
personally testify, both from experience and
observation. Write at once to Haylock A Jen-
ney, 7 Dey Street. New York, enclosing 91.00,
and you will receive by return a remedy that
will enable you to hoar like anybody else, and
whose curative effects will bo j'ermanent. You
w ill never regret doing so.”—Editor of M< rcan-
--KTTo avoid loss in the mails, please send
tnonef by Registered letter.
Only ¿»ported ■ by 11AYLOCK A JENNEY,
T E B M s :
( Word and Work, one year 50 cts., six months
eta., three months 15* cts. Good Words, 10
or more eopie^'ftbe year; 'tff'TSTtrtffper copy;
six months, 23 cents; three months. 12' cen’s.
Eittle Pearls, 10 or more copies, one year, 30
cents per copy : six months, 15 cents; three
months, 8 cents.
Les. Monthly 3 Months 6 Months
Les. Guide, v 3 Months 6 Months
No Subscriptions received for less than Ten
Copies of the Lesson Monthly and Lesson
C.C. CLINE & CO.,
No. 310 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky.
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Monarch Lightning Sawing Machine!
A Great Saving ol
Labor dk Money.
A hoy 1 fi yon n, old can saw loirs FAST and EASY MH.M
M urray ,Portag»),Mich..writes- "Am much pleased with
the MONARCH LIGHTNING SAWING MACHINE.
I sawed off a .SO-im-hTogin 2>runutee. rrForsawingloKs
into suitable lengths for family stove- wood, and allsorts
of log-cutting, it is peerlesa and unrivaled
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pus Sn¡ULroqa vsj q ‘«ai •sjsXiBJvd eajna Xuduiojd
pus Xuuau«uu.i,l_£j -«pisas pus «a¡aunqjs3 ‘«qoil
Bd)su|uiqa ’«» job pooiq uJoqqnjR pus «aqojoiq X[3n
Cured of Spasms.
“ I am well and happy again," says
our fair correspondent, Miss Jennie P.
WarrGn, 740 W. Van Buren St., Cbico-
go, II)., “ Your Samaritan Nervine cured
me of spasms.”
3 Dey St., IM. Y.
Sole Agents for Ameriq».
Prefer loss before unjust gain, for
that brings grief but once, this for
Seo “ Our Principles,” and “ Our
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sbavai.) •«amo pun «aAaqaj X uubibui q ««ouxvaAt
P11” «uiredg joj osiv
EL. ‘sni »n<Ion<1a Joj oppods uMoun/ino oqi '
filli THE PERMANENT CURE OF
No other disease in bo prevalent in thin coun •a
try as Constipation, and r. j remedy haa ever
e equalled tho celebrated Kidney-Wort aa a C
E cure. Whatever tlxo causo, however obatinate a
<5 tkc case, this remedy will overcome it.
TfH3 distressing com- ®
_ to be
£ complicated witiioonstipation. Kidney-Wort J
.Jfdrenithcafl the weakened parts and quickly W
Kicuree all kinds of Piles even when physicians &
e’.un? in< dxiuea have before foiled.
it j 1 ’■ t If yo” havo cither of these trouble»
-iPRic7e~l USE | o,uggl.t. s-.il —
y - wort ;
When Alexander sent Phocion a
hundred talents, he asked why he
rather sent it to him than to. any
other of the Athenians. He an
swered, because he deemed him the
only honest man in Athens ; where
upon Phocion returned it to him
again, entreating him to allow him
to be honest still.