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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1883)
It receives an average of more than ed to it, but who knows how soon
Below we give a partial list of the books wt
hundred thousand pounds sterl "anptlier financial ’ revulsion mhy propose
to furnish our readers at publishers ml
faTHWes. , W6 'TOWjUFT
__ tll£4221d..spikp which completed the
aro prepared to furnish' moat anything in’
The earnings of the Northern into a critical position?—louf/i’s book line, and will be pleased to receive ord’en
main line of the Northren Pacific
for same. We will add to this list as our tim,
and space will allow.
Railroad, on the 8th of September, Pacific during the year 1882 were Companion.
B1HL.B8 AND TRSTAMENTS.
the United States had three distinct less than six million dollars. Its (
Study of the Poets.
1. Family Bibles, different styles, sizes, etc
“ transcontinental ” lines, reaching average mileage was greater than
with pricos from $2.25 to $18.
Pulpit Bibles from $5 to $10.
from the Mississippi river to the that of the London and Northwest Mr. Adams, in his address at Harvard, 2.
3. Oxford Bunday School Teachers’ Bibles
$1.50 to $19.
Pacific coast. Of the three lines, ern, but its earnings were only asserted that, mental discipline might from
4. Rovised New Testament, Compared Edj.
acquired as effectively by the study of
however, the latest and most north
tion, $1.22 to $7.50.
the modern languages, as by that of the
5. Revised New Testament alone $1.80 and
ern is the only one which is, along
feesawH Oumment i iFyi by JvB»Vsaoewt, D.B_ !
The extent of tly> milrna.d..Lu.d,
itS Whole lengf:)\ lindm-JU
TorWElTlaJstone, the most eloquent $1.25.
M cG ar vev ’ s Com rue nt ary on t he Actft of tji«
ship and management of one cor- ness in our day is something start- .speaker in Parliament,. ajuLja noted for Apostles,
lin§. Tfii groWrcc^ipts of all the the strength and elegance of his Eng Commentary
on Matthew and Mark, by J. W,
1 1 ",v ■ ■'
. . . . ttrnr
It is also, if we are not mistaken, railroads in the United States dur lish style. The Premier, of course, is Commentary on Luke, by J. S. Lamar, $2.
a master of Latin and Greek, and his
Commentary on Hebrews, by R. Milligan, $2.
the longest main line owned by any ing the year 1882 .amounted to style shows that be has been trained by Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the Ho
mans, by M.E. Lard, $3.
railway corporation in the world. more than seven hundred and sev his classical studies.__________
Leading Queries and Illustrations, for the ns«
c r co i rrpnTri pTUWrrrng "sys enty millions- of- -dollars;- Taking But Mr. Bright Las had no uuiver- of
Sunday Schools, Families, etc., by R, Milj.
tems” of road have.a larger mileage, the population at fifty-five millions. sity-education, and no discipline from gan,
Reason orxl Revelation, by R. Milligan, $2.
either ancient or modern languages.
The Scheme of Redemption, by R. Milligan, ■
but the Northren Pacific is chiefly
a main line, with a few branches. of just feurteen dollars for every But he has studied the English Bible, "Coiiybcare inxJLH<^on’s Liig_aud. EwlkS-filB
Pi Ige int’s Pr o g r e ss, t h o E n pi ir h ~ umt“
Apostle Paul, $1.50.
—From Supeiiur, Wisconsin, to Port-' man, woman and chiht.------------ — American poets, with great care, and the The
New Biblical Atlas and Scripture Gaaet- ■
It has been estimated that the
land, Oregon, it is nineteen hundred
himself familiar with their finest pas teer,-tb».-~
Lands of the Bible, by J. W. McGarvey, $3. ■
gross earnings of our whole popula sages. He once told an American gen Nevin’s Biblical Antiquities, $1.50.
and nine miles.
Nicholl’s Introduction to the Study of tlx ■
But it is one of the great roads tion in a year are ten thousand tleman that he had given many even Scripture«, $1.25.
Schall’s Bible Dictionary, $2.50.
of the country as a “ system.” It
Freeman’s Hand Book of Bible Manners and B
committing them to memory. He as
has, with branches, more than eight dollars, nearly, in*every hun cribes his faculty in the choice of words Cuatoms,
Whitney's Hand Book oi Bible Geography, B
twenty-five hundred miles of road dred in railroad transportation of to his familiar acquaintance with the $2.25.
Barrow’s Companion to the Bible, $1.60.
Historical illustrations of the]
which it owns and already operates some kind,
poets, and to his habit of reading aloud Old Rawlinson*»
We have now in the United their finer passages.
Walks about Jerusalem, by Isaac Errett, $1. B
It surpasses in mileage every rail
Talks to Bercans, by Isaac Errett. $1.
Young people, therefore, need not
road in Great Britain, and is sur States fully one hundred and twen
Letters to a Young Christian, by Isaac Er- ■
passed by only four others in the ty thousand miles of railroad. This think it indespensable to __ study __ the
The -Heavenward 'Way, by J. 1!. Garrison, B
4nnor6~ttaF flmlength of all the|“6ru8SJcsr6Te^
Genuineness and Authenticity of tho Gospels, B
B. A. Hinsdale, $1.25. -
The most extensive railway in railroads of Europe combined ; and English tongue. This may be done in by Smith
’s Unabridged Bible Dictionary. Ameri- B
Revised ai:d edited by H. B. ■
an easier way, by a thorough study ot
the country is the Chicago, Mil
Hackett, D. I)., assisted by Ezra Abbott, L.L.D. B
the English writers in prose and poetry. In fo ir volumes. Price in Cloth, per set, $20. B
waukee and St. Paul, which owned
Price in Sheep, Ibe set, $25?
forty-live hundred and twenty miles by the end of the year 1887 our But it is better to understand the class Smith’s Bible Dictionary, $1 50.
ics if one oan ; the classicsarethcfoun-
Barnes' Notes on tho New Testament. $1 50 ■
of road at the end of 1882. The mileage will be as great as that of dtttion of a browd cduciTTion.
wbimt*»—-The veBwves soM - wparatciyv"B
On the Four Gospels, 2 vols. On the Acts of ■
— next is’ttle Chicago, Bualington and
tho Apostles. On the Epistle to the Romans. B
O"nHie First Tpistle to uie Corinthians. On ■
Quincy, with three- thousand -one- gc th er.__________ _________ __
the Second Epistle to tho Corinthians, and the ■
Truth is Mighty.
But our roads are constructed
Epistle to the Galatians. On the Epistle to the I
hundred and twenty-one miles at
Ephesians, the Colossians, and the Philippian«. B
When Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., On tho Epistle to the Thessalonians, TimoUiy, ■
the same time. Third stands the far more cheaply than those of the
Tit"s and Philemon. On the JJpistle to the I
Chicago and Northwestern, with old world, and the rates charged announced that his “ Favorite Prescrip Hebrews. On the General Epistle of James,
t< r, John and Jude. On the Revelation.
almost twenty-eight hundred miles; are lower than they usually are tion ” would positively cure the many l’< Barnes
’ Notos on the Psalms. In Three I
diseases and weaknesses peculiar to wo
Cloth, per vol , $1.50.
and fourth is the Wabash, St. Louis elsewhere. Consequently the earn men, some doubted, and continued to volumes..
Barnes’ Notes on the Book of Daniel, $1.50.
Barnes’ Notes on the Book of Prophet Isaiah. W
and Pacific, with twenty seven hun ings of our roads will not be equal employ the harsh and caustic local 2 vols.
Cloth, per vol., $1.50.
to those of all other lines.
Barnes’Notos on the Book of Job. 2 vols. j
dred and ten miles.
treatment. But the mighty truth gra
Still, it must be borne in mind dually. became acknowledged. Thou Cloth, per vol., $1.50.
In earnings, however, each is ex
Outlines of Church History, by Rev. John F. 1
Hurst, D. 1)., 50 cents.
ceeded by scores of roads. The
A Khort History of the English Bible, by ■
ite Prescription” and were speedily Rev
James M. Freeman, D. D., 50 cents.
greatest earnings are those of the struction and low rates. For our cured. By druggists.
Chronology of Bible History, and How to
Remomber It, by Rev. C. Munger, 50 cents.
Pennsylvania Railroad company, roads are quite as durable as others,
Cruden’s Complete Concordance to the Holy 1
Humility is.tbe most excellent Scriptures,
which owns less than five hundred, and the people get on the whole a
Concordance Abridged, 75 cents.
natural cure f>i anger m the
LuLopcrates morclhan twelve hun-
Brown’s Pocket Concordance, 50 cents.
Lite and Words of Christ, by Cunning
Great as the railroad business is, world ; for he that by daily con ha The
dred, miles of railroad; and close to
sidering his own in linn ¡lies and ! rhe Life of our Lord upon the Earth, by
thtr~Nuw York Central”
makes the <‘l’i C*I O 111S Samuel J. Andrews, $2.50.
The Sunday School Helper, by J. H. Hardin, ’
which owns sqyen hundred and fifty
neighbor to he his own case, and. 50 cents.
Kinship to Christ, by J. Z. Tyler, $1.50.
miles, and operates less than a thou return to the Northern Pacific remembers that he daily needs
I he Standard Manual, for Sunday-school
sand. These roads earn each nearly Road : it was chartered- by Con God’s pardon and his brother’s workers, by F. M. Green, 75 cents.
Heroes and Holidays, edited by Rev. W. F.
or quite thirty million dollars a gress as long ago as 1861. In charity, will not be apt to rage at Crafts, $1.25.
Story of an Earnest Life, by Mrs. Eliza
1873, when about five hundred and the levities, or misfortunes, or in Davies,
discretions of another ; greater than
Vn?1.10 llock byJLR. Dungan, $1 50.
The largest railway corporation
A j rip Around the World, by Timothy Coop
which he considers that he is very
in Great Britain, as regards milerfge,
frequently and more inexcusably
Around the World, Tour of Christian Mis
sions, by W. F. Bainbridge, $2.
is the Great Western, with twenty- Cooke & Co, its financial agents, guilty of.— Jeremy Taylor.
The Christian Manual, for the use of Church
two hundred and fifty-seven miles failed, and caused a complete stop
in the various relations of Evangelists,
Ministers Sound its Praise.
1 astoi-H, Bishops and Deacons, by F. M. Green,
of road open. Next to it is the
Rev. Mr. Greenfields, Knoxville,
Address all orders to C hkistian H ebald ,
It was but a few days short of
London and Northwestern, * with
TeDn., writes as follows: “ Samaritan Monmouth, Oregon.
seventeen hundred and seventv ten years from that disastrous event
Nervine permanently cured my son of .« solJier in battle
miles. The latter road has the that the main line of the road was epiiept'c fits.” Here’s food for thought, if
the’whole battle depended upon
largest earnings of any English line. completed. Prosperity has return - Sold by druggists, §1.50.
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