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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1883)
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(Under thi«i head we will be pleased to give
editorial reviews of all books ana tracts of inter
est that may be sent to this office.]
W ide A wake is publishing a short
serial story by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney,
with the quaint and suggestive title of
“ Buttered Crusts.”
“ The October Wide Awale will have
an illnstrated article about “ The Blind
Children’s Kindergarter,” written by a
the blind, at South Boston.
The opening chapters of seven series
of articles in the third annual course of
the Chautauqua Young Folks’ Reading
Union will be given in the October
Wide Awake. Wide Awake is the of-
18fil , In 1863 was discharged and re-
enlisted and served till the close of the
war. He was ooler sergeant of his regi
ment. He was in many hard fought
battles, but escaped with his life. He
moved with his ‘family to Kansas in
1878, and died in Wichtea, August 10,
1883. Word was telegraphed to hie fa
ther of his dangerous illness, but.he did
not reaoh there until he was buried.
He united with the Church of Christ
some years ago and the dear Savior gave
him solace in the presence of death.
was his two little girls, one ten and the
other twelve years old, and whose mo
ther tad died six years before, who by
his death would be entirely orphaned,
but C. P. Shafer, a good man assured
him that in case of his death they should
be sent to their grandfatlier InTermonC'
Ill. Tlys gave his mind relief and he
died in peace trusting in the Lord.
Bro. Royal, father of the deceased,
case of accident, a seriesof twelve lucid
practical talks t bout emergencies and
how to meet them, is by Dr. D. A, Sar-
.... ..... K ‘uLof Harvard College Gymnasium. .»inkaa
In .oy I Lol. bn baa never met
The third series of Little Biographies
will embody the universally desired truer and better friends than on his
knowledge of “ How Success is Won,” sorrowful mission to Wichita. He
and will be written by Mrs. Sarah K. hereby expresses his sincere thanks to
the citizens of Wichita, and especially
Bolten. recently of the Congregation-
alist edi torial staff ; these biographies Garfield Post No. 25, who buried him
with military honors, and D. R. Allen
will be welcomed for their freshness,
and wife, in whose house he died, and
the twelve 1 epresentative men chosen
being successful men of our own time C. P. Shafer and wife who gave him as
and country. Tales of the Pathfinders^ surance in regard to his children and to
_ by Arthur Gilman, M. A., vill give, un- the press of the city, which tendered
der the vivid light of to-^ayj tÉefradï-
pathy. May the good Father in Heaven
tion$ and romantic history of the earli
smile favorably on these that proved
est Atlantic voyages and New World
themselves suoh good friends to our
discoveries and conquests.
dear old friend brother, while ho must
'The anonymous authur of “Their
carry the burden of sorrow.
Club and Ours,” the story of boy life in
P. D. V ermillion .
Maine, which has caused a genuine sen Vermont, Ill., Aug- 29,1883.
sation among the young^people, is found
to be John Preston True, a youthful
Rev.talizing-A Worn Out System.
writer who is added to the list of those
An elderly lady in East Orleans,
who have been introduced to the public
Mass., after a year’s use of Compound
by D. Lothrop & Co.
The Hundreth Anniversary of the Oxygon, reports that, through its vital
date o£ Washington’s immortal “Fare izing effects, she has been able to keep
well address,” will be fittingly signaliz about in her little store, and earn
ed by D. Lathorp & Co. in the publics enough for her daily needs. “ I com
tion of what is promised as the best menced,” she said, “ using your Com
book of the kind, “ A Young Folks’ pound Oxygen a year ago last April:
, Life of Washington.” by E. E. Brown. have had in all, three supplies. For
The same author is revising the final more than a year I have not failed to be
proofs of the delightful biography of able to be in my little store, and, aver
Oliver Wendell Holmes, to be publish aging sales, earn enough for the day’s
needs. This I esteem a very great
ed by the same house.
Ellis Gray, author of those charming blessing, and as I believe the ability to
home stories ‘1 The Cedars,”and "Long do this was due to the use of th« Com
Ago,” and who has a new Btory “Sun pound Oxygen, I have wished others
shine,” in the press of D. Lathorp & on the down hill side of life, and oblig
Co., in the nom.de plume of Louise T. ed (because unable to work) to depend
Craigin, a favorite in the choicest Bos on others for support, could know, as I
do, its power to revive waning abilities
of both mind and body.”
Our treatise on Compound Oxygen,
Robert Shipley was born August 13, its nature, action, and results, with re
1814, died August 31, 1883 aged 69 years ports of cases and full information,
and 17 days. He was born in Kentucky sent free. D r . S tarky & P alen , 1109
and moved to Missouri with his parents and 1111 Girard street, Philadelphia,
when 5 years of age, emmigr'ating to Pa.
All orders for Compound Oxygen
Oregon in the year of 1853. He joined
the Christian Church when young, in Home Treatment directed to H. E. Ma
which lie lived a member until death. thews, 6P6 Montgomery Street, San
He raised a large family of children Francisco, will be filled on the same
terms as if sent directly to us in Phila
several of which survive him.
* Thomas M. Royal, son of Elder J. B.
He who receives a good turn
Royal, was born September 29, 2842, in
Sangamon County, Illinois. He enlist should never forget it ; he who does
ed in Company 27th Ill., Infantry in one should never remember it.
BI M. À. MAMUN.
Jesus loves me i Jesus loves me 1
Glad and happy should I be ;
Though by storm and cloud he prove
Sure that Jesus loveth me I
Sadly oft I toil in rowing
O’er the waves of life’s rough sea ;
Yet my rest and joy is knowing
- Jaaualoves ^dj^ggypr jne.
Jesus loves me ! He will show me
Wind and wave obey his will ;
If they threaten to o’erflow me,
He will say to them—“ Be still I”
Sinning oft, and often arieving,
All my joy is in believing
Jesus loves, and pities still.
Weary frame, and weary spirit,
..... •Ul Scarce one hour from pain set free ... ; ..
Yet what dost thou not inherit,
O my soul! He loveth thee 1
__ .Tor the^Ierald.
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propose to furnish our readers at publishers re
tail prices. We would just say in brief that we
are prepared to furnish most anything in the
book line, and will be pleased to receive orders
for same. We will add to this list as our time
and space will allow.
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS.
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with prices from $2.25 to $18.
2. Pulpit Bibles from $5 to $10.
• 3 Oxford Sunday School Teachers’ 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.,
Commentary on Matthew and Mark, by J. W.
Commentary on Luke, by J. B. Lamar, $2.
Commentary on Hebrews, by R. Milligan, $2.
Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the llo-
mans, by M.E. Lard, $3.
Analysis of the Four Gospels and Acts ; with
of Sumtoy Schools, Ji iHlllWB, BtB., by R. Mili-
Reason and Revelation, by R. Milligan, $2.
The Scheme of Redemption, by R. Milligan,
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Qeriptw G as ot
teer «SI 25»
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Nevin’s Biblical Antiquities, $1.50.
Craving heart so often yearning,
Nicholl’s Introduction to the Study of the
For the boons denied to me ;
Schaff’s Bible Dictionary, $2.50.
Cries with altar fires still burning :
Freeman’s Hand Book of Bible Manners and
This my legacy shall be.
Whitney’s Hand Book of Bible Geography,
Safety when life’s snares beset we,
Barrow’s Companion to the Bible, $1.60.
‘s Historical Illustrations of the
Pasport to my heavenly home ;
Old Testament, $1.
One there is who’ll not forget me,
Walks about Jerusalem, by Isaac Errett, $1.
Talks to Bereans, by Isaac Errett, $1.
■ Suiely at his Father’s throne 1____
Letters to a Young^ Christiau, by Isaac Er-
“rett, 35 cents. """
Jesus loves and will not leave me !
The Heavenward Way, by J. H. Garrison,
This my pilgrim song shall be ;
Genuineness and Authenticity of the Gospels,
And the Father will receive me,
by B. A. Hinsdale, $1.25.
Smith’s Unabridged Bible Dictionary. Ameri
Just because he loyetL^tirei"~,r'
can Edition. Revised and edited by H. B.
Hackett, D. D., assisted by Ezra Abbott, L.L.D.
In foar volumes. Price in Cloth, per set, $20.
For weak lungs, spitting blood, weak Price in Sheep, the set, $25.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary, $1 50.
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Ephesians, tho Colossians, and the Pliilippians.
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Titus and Philemon. On the Epistle to the
must be drawn backward with hor Hebrews. On the General Epistle of James,
John and Jude. On the Revelation.
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Barnes’ Notes on the Book of Daniel, $1.50.
Barnes’ Notes on the Book of Prophet Isaiah.
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