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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1877)
APRIL 26, 1877.
THIS IS FOR YOU.
“ Holman's Pad ” has stood the feat for years. It bus a national repullHon,
established through its wonderful efficacy in ull ailments that have their crigin
iu A Jprpid liver.
II U N D lí.E DJ¿
c.tnt K i>
This comparatively pew- m«tl>o<l to mpny of coring disease by absorption,’
rather than drugging tjrfe stomach with luiatrums, is a principle so well under
stood ip Euglunl^tliat a committee appointed by the. Royal Medical Society to
iuvtu^gale the hypodermic mettiod of administering medicine,
iciue, reports as follows :
le. that the physiological
mav safely take .s a broad guidé in practice, the rul~,
uctivity of nearly every juibstauce which can be used, is three if not four times
greajpr wlieu it is given by the skin then when it is swallowed.”
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A Practical Family Knitting Machin«
The principle of absorption is Nature's Law.
Knits all Mizes of w;ork, narrows and widen«
it; shapes all sizes complete. Knits over 50
diUerentgarmeuiM, *8ockt>, blockings, Mittens,
Leggins, Wristlets, Gloves, etc. lrkniia every
possible varietX_jQl plain or fancy stitch. 76
percent, profit in’niauuUctunng knit ^uods.
Farmers can treble the value pf their wotjfl, by
It is a fact, established b’eyond controversy, that tlie human body,* when at
sea, can exist no inconsiderable length of time without food or drink
. . „ by
sionally welting the garments with sali icaler, aud that thirst can be almost entirely
■satisfied iu this manner. Again, if a pluster of wet tobacco be placed for a few
minutes only ever the pit of the stomach, it wi>! produce deathly sickuess. No
person would be safe in trying the experiment for thirty minutes even—-for the
poison of the tobacco will have entered the circulation by absorption. Poultices
und blisters'are' nsed’to draw or absorb di*eàsé.Jo the dSirface.
Every person knows the danger of rubbing or placing certain poisons on the
snrface.of the body. That in a few moments.the entire system non Id be poisoned
unto dea'li. A blister and a poison can both be applied to tb<same spot, ynd
tlie siuiie time, neither being an impediliii-nt to the ■’other ; showing^, -beyond a
question, thatthe'body receives au 1 throws off at the same time.
eouierung it mtn kiritfc'nxlä. VI umili luakt _ This statement 1» »ubslantiallv a Farr, tisaed
upon evidence in tlie posvession of the Agents
S3,Oil p< r rlii) with it. .
AMKVTti WA.VTMO.- Unni!"fi.» SaBil'le».
I’ricc Liat and Circulant topriucipal' oflice and
hl»« Nig. 4'®.,
FOUND AT LAST.
in the shape of riunieious testimuiiiils fr< rn
past »ufferert in all the walks of life, and .
particularly from some of otu most roptetab;»
and truitworlhy families.
Unitti, boro, Vt.
Or ohice S<5! ÓM9 Broadaay; Nyw York; Ko« 29
West 3rd Street, Ht. Paul.'Mina.
A PLACE WHERE YOU CAN GET
BOIIKRT F1VLEV, Agent,
Heal«lab«arg, sanumu Co., Cal-
In its history, this urvaluable Jfedicine oc«
cupies the most honorably [xisitioM ppt»sible f«>r
any remedy to attain.c A low jears since it w
known only to the , friends and neighbors and
Twofold Action Gives end ^’akes.
patients of the proprietor, and always sought
Done in the very best ■ \
for by them whenever troubled with Rheu
matism, and in this way came to the notice of
WORKMANLIKE MANNER, ’
No Poisons Used.
physicians generally, and through their favor»
expression, anil its acknowledged<vaJpe as
Holman's Pad is twofold iu it« satiqji. It throws a Dealt iy, gentle, vegetable And lor prices to suit the stringency
EDUCATION, AND A PURE
mund if. r "it L* •
tonic into the system by way of the circulation, exactly where needed, being
of the time».-—... ....... -
came so frequent and urgent us to oblige its
placed over the livervind stetnacb uud center of tlie nervous system which per-
for its manu
I have the boat selected stock of steel
ovadee the digestive organs, leaving no uncertain results, and avoiding the
facture. Its reimtation raj ;«11\ a xti ini.-1. ai d
, reTters of*...
circuitous route of the circulation tli.it internal medicines must always take before
tnanfisT and certificates of praise were daily
will be found ready to build you first
reaching the liver.
received from all sections of ihe United Statua
Another property it has,is to absorb from ilie'syetem all bilious, -malarious class new backs or repair old ones ;
and Canada, and in thia way, on a basis of its
shoe your horses with steel shoes, and
merikafone—unaided by “ tricks of trade "’ or
aud medicinal .poisons.
will mako the repairing of machinery a
special elforts—it has n^LU -tu-iOv ^rerrtrt unyfr
able posniun. \\ herevet introduced it-has re
The. True Remedy.
ceived the most tiuUerinx" preference in tbs
tAstatment of all rheumatic cempiaintH.’ In tins •
is worn where there is but a slight partition (the skin)' -, between the
Monmouth-, Or., May 25, I87C.
we are really grateful and. hup] y, not alone lie
internal organs ancUtne outward world, and there should bp no difficulty i,if treat
cause our .medicine finds ready sale, and is
consequently profitable to us \»e\ay this, but
ing disease prompffv
promp#v and effectually through this
thi« method, provided the true
because we o]*n a new field in medical scitm • < /
properties are ft>U“d. That they have been found in Holinau's Pad is provod
eure at once what the test1 medical practi
beyond a doubt.
tioners have for ages found so dijfieult even to
relieve. We fill a place heretofore unoccupied.
Endorsed by Thousands.
We relieve the sufleriug and minister to God’s
poor; we restore the laboring man. to the use
It has been endorsed by hundreds of thousands of earnest, intelligent living
el his injured limbs, and save him scores of
witnesses, who will tell you that Holman’» Pad is tin cheapest, most effective,
doctor’s bills ; we. carry con-
BEAUTES THE EDITORIAL MATTER THE ten ttnent «.anil Jrladness
l * m * intp the home of ti
tl è e
the pleasantest, most couvenient. surest and most satisfactory curative aud fre-
aftlicted, and consequently are remembered by__
. veative and thorough liver and »valent regulator yet discovered.
rou I h ’
In simple cases sometimes one or two doses__
. ¡ Would yo e p e otf ally inform the public
g pflfe g;—in (lie HTöst chronic ca>ee it is sufe tn
War Against Nostrums.
that he is prepared to furnish them
, give way by
m ; die
will contain a aummary of General |-aii»
' - Its introduction means an honest war against the'tliousamTand onc"npvtrntnjL with a good article of
remedy, hundreds it
that have been palmed off on the American people within the last-twenty years,
Religious. News, Notes on Education, to thrbw it ayiav. as fuuely it is by the purchase
with rare exepptiorfs, but'little short of stupemlpus hands and humbugs ; so
Correspondence, Ac. Selections will of useJess-m'cAcnptions.
much so that there is very justly an uttér want of confidence in men and things
This meditnne is fof sale fc^'sll Pruggisf*
AND HARNESS FURNISHINGS be made from all the leading Religious J throughout tl‘ e United Stur« s and Canada. If
called Doctors and PLi/sic.
1 it happens that your l/ruggist has not got it in
. -Hand Educational Journals, of which w« • i stock, ahk him to^eudfof it to
Physic Not to be Belied Upon.
GEO. C. OOOBWl^ * CO..
have a large list of exchangee. A-
' "3S HanoierSt., Boston.
’The Conscientious family physician will tell you tbut the best of them are As cbeup as they cud be furnished this synopsis of State and Telegraphio New*
General Agents fox.lhe U. S.
.groping about Tn tbe dftrfc. That it is one continuous round of experiment, and-
will apçear in ev.ery number. ■ Oregon
that most of the practice, so far as'internal medicines ore concerned, have proved side of Portland.
I». H. nr«H. n«-s Mot nr«.- ,
unsatisfactory, yea, a failure. A. H Stevens, M. D.¿says ; “ The older physicians
Yoa will flpd it to your interest to call and all its interests, Materxd, Social,
RICH y Rßsuv A» CO,. IM.
grow the more skeptical they become^ in the virtue ¿ntheir own medicines. ”
Fl kEKK «jk FlLLiCR, (hlmg«».
and examine before purchasing else
Moral and Religious vriH be kept con 6-24-1y >
Prof. Willard Pftrker, M. D.,' attya : ” Of all sciences, medicine is the most where; ‘
stantly in view in the manageme of
Doctor Bostwick, autlier
the ’’ ’History of Medicine,
” says: “Every dose
of medicine is a blind experiment.
Prof. EvaDs.M. D., says: VThe'médical practice of the present day is
' Those having friends in th East
naither philosophy nor common sense.”—H
information abont Oregon will
Prof. Oliver Wendell Holmes, before a tnedical class in Cambridge, Mass., in
W« have at thia office about 76 pounds
1861, said : “ The disgrace of medicine has been that colossal system of self of MINION type, quite new, part ef it do well to send them the
deception in obedience to which mines have been emptied of the cankering
minerals ; the vegetable kingdom robbed of all its growth ; the entrails'of animals has Lever been inked, in one pair of
taxed for thejr impurities ; the poison bags of reptiles drained of their venom ;
and all the inconceivable abominations thus obtained thrust down the throats of from price pf new.
Price per annum in advance, $2 60.
human beings suffering from some fault of organization nourishment or vital
We have about 200 pounds of LONG
All communications relating to the
PRIMER that' has had considerable
paper should be addressed to
If we examine further the recorded opinions of physicians eminent' in their use, and* is now used on the M eksed '-
profession, we will often find one claiming that the very-remedies usid by others uan, in three pairs-of eases, that wijl I m
as specific are the causes of the diseases they are employed to cure. Thus it is sold at half price of new, ou about two CHRISTIAN MESSENGER,
we are left to the caprice of the experimenter, and generally suffer cruel wrong». w.ek’s notice. Cases will be sold at
S2 per pair. This type is jast the thing
The Course of Medicine—How Patients
for a “ Camaigu paper.”
Most persons seem to have thé impression that all so called Liver Medicines
go in some way straight to the liver. Medicine, like food, goes immediately to
the stomach ; a portion mixes with the substanoes, and acts oh a cathartic, while
¿be remainder enters the circulation and takes a long route through the blood,
To all who are auflering from the error, and
indiacretiun» ofyoath, nervous weiktiees, early
gnally to the liver, and wo may add, as a rule, does no permanent good, but
decay, lose of manhood, Ac., I will eend a
rather leaves baneful effects, end begins the pernicious practice wLiuh, if followed
KRAMER & HOCE
recipe that will cure yo i, FREE OF CHAJiGE.
up, will eventually destroy the stomach ; fasten disease in the system never to be Are prepared to do all kinds of Black Thia great remedy wae discovered by a mission I
1 smithing on abort notice and in good ary in Bon th America. Send a soif-ad<lre.aed
envelope to the R ev . J oseph T. I smas , Station
order. Shop, first dooi south-of G. W. D, Bible House, Hew York.
Honest Effective, Harmless.
Howard’s Boot Shop. Give them a
howeTer. ’‘‘h. Holman’s Pad. It works directly upon the liver trial, if you want your work done
RUE'S HAND CULTIVATOR
A SEED DRILL
through the pores of the akin quietly, thoroughly, and without inconvenient promptly.
Copy of Telegram reeeived by *
performing a most important function. And we may rf<l thi. remarlWlle state’
Sherman A Hyde :
ment, challenging refutMRm^that in it. extensive use by,
classes of persons, from old ageSoJm^lea. infancy, not a single cue of iniurv
Nsw Y ork , Sept. 29, 1876.—Re
ceived the highest award for sym
covery equaled in importsnoe that of the application of the Briiminle of ahanmH^’
pathetic, pare, and rich tone, combined
u illustrated in Holman’. Pad. And we U onlv a rstio„^uX °M T hh
with greatest power, a- shown in the
matter, and a fair trial. Lay uide ^otir prejudice. Get at once thi. hl.. ?
boon. Follow the instruction, faithfully, aid you will never regret the purehX!
three styles—Grand, Inquare, wud Up
Highest Market Price paid for PRODUCE,
right Pianos—which show intelligence
HIDES and FURS.
and solidity in their construction, a
pliant and easy touch, which at the
use of Holman
Tynbohl .^ “nd n j
same time answers promptly to its re
Fevers, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Nervous Headache, andAcute p!it 1 b. °J, **!*«»
quirements, together with excellence ot
of the body, especially in the small of the back and shou Iderf Th. ‘‘e-’7
For ths sale Of .
magical. Also, in cue. of Cold Extremities and pULl 'P^L Th. “u* 18
late and equalize ths circulation producing tlie most aati»r..r*' 1 ' j ,ey "bmn-
ishing results; combining the tw$, and fo?lowi?n??he^SoU? t‘h"«
S3.250.40 worth of »paca in various newsp»- 3iajC- These famous Pitinos are for sale
feel but little doubt of be’mg sbulute master iu
Srsdistribnterl through thirty States, will be by
M tor till" cash. Accurate in-crti' iis gnar-
C iii : i - ii » x ÎIVMHAf.s Ai
lliiwlinea. Mireeil. A fht of the pajiefs. Riving daily »nil
Chris’! m Hymn Book, Full Assortment. weeklv circulation ana printed schedula <4
Price of Foot Plasters by the Pair
rates, «etit free on-application to GKO. P.
New lexlatiieul Coin men tary.
Large Body Platers, each'
I ROWELL A CO., New-paper Adver’istrg
Two volumes ready.
J Agent», Na. 41 Park Bow, NewTurk. <bS7-5ni
mail by . mail
Pads, by each,
■ \ ~r--r .1—> jy
M aiihxw and Aima O
flyintKiv«. Ihn- vobiiDv*.
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Censer ef Kearny and Satter Sts.,
Msrringe C«r it Acati*, Family »nd Pnvk»t,Bi
BUSINESS CARDS ? .
ble», neu I tw catalogne,. and pjicta, with die
eonul to Preacher».
Send ns your order, and yon will re
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BiUon, <a auvlhiUK for your Bible-school, «end
ing cards gl 25 per 100.
cards 81 50 per 100 ; 500 for ¿4 00.
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