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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1883)
You may be a most religious per-
on—busy all day about God’s mat-
ars; you may give time and money
nd thought to “KibV" "XnHTfe
anger is that if you do not con-
erse alone with him each day, you
rill get thoroughly wrong alto-
Genenil Debility and Liver Complaint
R. V. P ierce , M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.:
ear Sir— My wife has been taking
•nr “ Golden Medical Discovery ” and
Pellets ” f ,r her liver and general de
dicines, and would recommend them
fro^ Liver Complaints,
nr Stomach, ana General Debility.
N. E. H armon , pastor M. E
urch, Elsah, Ill.
rhe great need of the church is
s : that we should cease from our
n wisdom, which is folly, as well
Etkness, and from our own right-
isness, which is filthy rags, and
t we should put ourselves in
1’s hands, to live in him, on him,
I for him alone.
U. S. District Attorney h'peaks.
ol. H. Walters, U. 8. District Attor
, Kansas City, Mo., authorises the
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO.
GRAND OFFER FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS ONLY.
and MALARIA. , ,
From these sources arise three fourtba or
the diseases of tho human race. Thcso
symptoms indicate their existence: Ix»ss of
Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Head
ache, fullness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper. Low
spirits, A feeling of having neglected
some duty, Dizziness, fluttering at the
Heart, Dots Ssaioro the eyes,highly col
ored Urine, comst H’ATIOM? and de
mand tho use of a remedy that acts directly
on the Liver. AsaLlvornjedicinoTUTT’S
Kidneys anu — ~-----
nil impurities through these three “ scav
engers of the system,” producing appe
tite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
skmandavigorousbody. TUTT’S PIELS
cause no nausea or griping nor interfere
with dully work and are a perfect
N I Y | i hi
PIANO CO , P. O. Box $058, New York City
New Music for Conventions and Singing Schools.
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA,
By J. II. RO8BCRINI.
G ray H air or W hiskers changed in-
staidly to a GLOHRT B lack by a single ftp-
plb-ution of this DYE. Sold oy Druggists
or sent by express on receipt of SI.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
HI A IN (I
Sold every whr-re,3i»c, Otfice.41 Murray St.,N-^Y.
I Sjî a W W ailrAISl Ks? E Ban
Magnificent roswvood case, elegantly finished, 3 strings,
¿5n 7 1-3 Octaves, full patent cantante agraffes, our new patent
* overstrung scale, beautiful carved legs and lyre, haavy
serpentine and large fancy moulding, full iron frame, French Grand Action, Grand Hammers,
in fact, every improvement which can in any way tend to the perfection of the instrument, has
[CF”Our price for this instrument, boxed and delivered on board cars at A04 K Ad
New York wi'b fine Piano Cover. Stool and Book, only
Just reduced from our late wholesale, factory price, $295, for 60,days only. This is now, by far,
the greatest bargain ever offered the musical public. Unprecedented success ! Tremendous
demand for this style ! Bend in your order at once. Do not lose this rare opportunity.
This Piano will be sent on 15 days test trial. Please send reference if you do not send
money with order. Cash send with order will be refunded and freight charges paid by us both
wavs if Piano is not just as represented. Several other special Bargains : Pianos, $160 up. <>ver
15,000 in use, and not one dissatisfied purchaser. Don’t isil to write us before buying. Hand
some Illustrated Piano Catalogue, mailed free, giving the highest testimonials ever awarded any
piano manufacturer. Every Pinno fully warranted for 5 years.
l,f popu,ar Mu““ Mnt
and just the thing for concerts. It contains graded song-lessons in all the keys»
which is sure to please teacheis and pupils. Price, 60 cts. per copy ; $6.00 per
dozen by express ; $6 75 per dozen by mail.
FILLMORE BROS., Publishers, 185 Race St., Cincinnati, O.
N otice .—Ready soon, book for childrens’ classes and schools. Send for
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EARS FOB THE MILLION.
Foo Choo's Balsam of Shark’» Oil
Positively Restores the Hearing, and is the
Only Absolute Cum far Deafness Known.
Tliis Oil is abstracted from peculiar species o
small White Bhaik, caught tn the Yellow Bea,
known as Uarcharodon “itanitelotii.
Chinese fisherman knows it, Its virtues as a
restorative of hearing were discovered by a
Buddhist Priest about the year 1410. Its cures
wore so numerous and many'so seemingly mir
aculous, that tho remedy was officially pro-
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1883
zPrrf ronize YmtrOttm.
< «w« w «nnuorar«uiuia«4aw«™r,«i»‘
r cured my neice of spasms.’’
ruggiiuts. $1 50.
)id you ever think what you
ild do if you had Vandei bill’s
)me ?— Norristown
11, no; but we have often won-
id what Vanderbilt would do
a had our income.— -Philadelphia
yer’s Cherry Pectoral wonderfully
eases the power and flexibility of
voice, enabling public speakers to
k clearly and without fatigue. If
>le who are troubled with colds
Id take Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral be
going to church or places of enter-
aent, they would avoid coughing,
;ly to the coinfort of both hearers
camo bo .universal that for over 340 years no
Deafness li uh ox is ted amm g the Chinese people.
Beut. charges prepaid, to any address at $1.00
Hear What the Deaf Say ! J
it baa performed a miracle in my case.
I have no unearthly noises in my head and
heai'm .ch better.
I have lkoen greatly benefited
My deafness helped a great deal—think an
other hottie will cure mo.
My hearing is much benefited.
I have rcceivod untold benefit.
My hearing is improving.
It is giving good satisfaction.
Have been greatly benefited, and am rejoiced
that I saw the notice oi 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 <t Jen-
uey, 7 Dey Street. New York, enclosing Si .00,
and you wilhroceive by return a remedy that
will enable you to hear like anybody elso, and
whose curative effects will be permanent. You
will never regret doing so.”—Editor of Mereau-
07' To avoid loss in the mails, please send
money by Registered letter.
Only imported by 11AYL0CK A JENNEY,
- 7-IX y St., N. Y.
Sole Agents for America.
morally weak man resembles’a
k-jointed pair of tongs, such as
CLUB RATES. ,
illaniinously cross their legs, THE WILL SEND THE “FAITH-
iheir burdens drop and pinch ’’ ful Witness, Topeka, Kis., an 8
page, 40 Col. paper, containing all the
land that trusts them.. .. —.tr
Church New« of the rapidly growing
“ A Celebrated Case.”
Beema probable that Mr. Michael
nnor, of Gdesburg, Ill., is not re-
to the celebrated Charles O’Con-
He says: tf Sa/narifan Nervine
1 m9 2?. dyspepsia and general de-
bad man is like an« earthen
vessel—easy to break and hard to
oe|d. A good man is like a gold-
;n vessel—hard to break and easy
West--abJy edited aud neatly printed —
and the only religions paper published
by our brethren," between the Missouri
River and the Pacific SI pe. A p iper
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C hristian H erald — both papers from
now till close of ’84 at $2 50.
Address this office.
To an* suffering wit!» Catarrh or Bron
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furnish a means o' Permanent and Pos
itive Cure. A Home Treatraont. No
charge for consultation by mail. Valua
ble Treatise Free. Certificates from Doc.
tors, Lawyers, Ministers. Business-men
I Addn ss Rev. T. F CHILDS, Troy. Ohio.
While the Lessons are in that part of the Scriptures that bear directly on first and
fundamental principles, can you afford to teach the children a doctrine you would not
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