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Intense Suffering Relieved
in Magnolia, Miss.,
[Under this head we will'be pleased to give
editorial reviews of all books ana tracts of inter
est that may be sent to this office.]
O ur C hristmas in a P alace , by Ed-
ward Everett Hale,—This is a new
Christmas story now in press. In it
Mr. Hale will tell us of a party of pas
sengers traveling in the far West ; each
bound probably to the Christmas hearth
of some good friebd. While en route
they become snow-boand in the Rocky
Mountains and have to spend their
best of their situation, each contributes
to tho enjoyment of the occasion,
bringing from their trunks such enter
tainment as they have, while the strange
ness of the situation and the hilarity of
the party dispel every thought of
he"w>»k4or the rsaJor».
of this book an enjoyable feast. The
book will be issued in ample time for
the “ Holiday Season.” To be publish-
—& W agnalls . 10 and 12 Dey
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ges. Price, cloth, $1.00. Ready Nov.
A P opular L ife of M artin L uther ,
based upon Kostlin’s Life of Luther.—
As prepared by Prof. W. Rein, Semi
nary Director at Eisenach, in Germany,
translated and edited by the Rev. G.. F.
Behringer, Brooklyn, N. Y. The mem-
the four httnflreth.
anniversary of Luther’s birth is exciting
a world-wiue interest. Aside from all
religious questions, the great Reformer
occupies a conspicuous place in history,
and as a historical character alone his
life is v.-orlhy of study. To present an
attractive and popular record of the man,
which shall at the same time be scholar
ly and reliable, is the aim of this vol-
11 me. It retains all thaWis interesting
in the two volumes (not the condensed
work issued in one volume in Germany
and announced for publication in this
Country) of Kostlin’s extensive work,
omitting abstruse and technical points
of purely theological interest, and yet
presenting the salient features of its sub
ject in so attractive a manner that, the
interest nev^r fUgs. We greatly err if
it will not prove the best popular -life
of the great reformer ever printed in the
English language. It will be printed
in G unk <V W agnalls ’ S tandard L ibra
r.Y, No. 101. Prico 25 cents in pyper ;
Cloth, $1 00. Ready Nov. 2.
ILLUSTRATIONS AND MEDITATIONS, by
Charles If. Spurgeon.—This is a book
of much quaintness and rare interest;
From the twenty-two volumes of tLe
tUunch Puritan, Thomas Manton, the
renowned editor has culled a collection
of figures and metaphors rich in thought
and fertile in illustration. The terse
sentences and pithy phrases of tho old
writer have a freshness about them that
is morally invigorating. Mr. Spurgeon
h as added to each saying brief remarks
of bis .own, lending additional interest
to tlio original selections. An Index of
1vxts and.auother of .subjects arfcompan-'
ies the voluuiomnd will be helpful to
public speakers and writers. F unk &
W agnalls , N ow York.
Below we give a partial lint of the book» we
e to furnish our readers at publishers re-
Dear Bro. Floyd :
This is to give notice of the death of
our venerable and beloved brother,
Frederick-Fisher. He was born January
5, 1796, and died September 27, 1883.
One by one they pass away. He obeyed
the Lord in 1840, and has lived a con
sistent Christian ever since. He always
filled his place in the house of the Lord,
and when age and infirmity prevented
him he was greatly missed.
Father Fisher leaves two sons and one
from Neuralgia, made0 a trial of Com
pound Oxygen in her case. After six
weeks he made this report: “Since
my wife commenced the use of Com
pound Oxygen, she has not hud an at
tack of headache. She was threatened
once or twice, but it passod off ; and she
tells me to-day that her head feels more
natural now than it has since she com
menced to suffer with neuralgia. We
feti happy that we wore induced to try
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are all members of' the Church of
Christ. When on his death bed he said
he had no fears before him, and he de
sired to go. O, that we may all live so
that we may desire to depart and be
with the LoixL______ ._____ ___ . * .
saved my wife from the gravo or Hie
asylum, to one of which she would cer
tainly have gone had relief not been
found.” Our treatise on Compound
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Died, near Pine City, Sopt. 23, 1883,
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