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CH R ISTJÄlSr .MESSENGER
MAY 3, 187
AD V £ 11T I S E M E N T S .
TUe Saillteaiitie« t.fllfe.
T rent , April 23, 1877.
Bro. Ltic.s, whf> is on a jury in
Departed this life, in hope, of a
Portland al this time, sends us the
blessed iiumortality , at his residence in
DE XL ER IN
I’VE COT UJV!
P ortland , On., April 28, 1877. Rattlesnake vailrtv, Lune couihty,
- jo :
' General ^lercJaaiidis®,
Brother William McCall, in the 62
The sad effects of I ho Jove pt year of his nge.
Farmers,\Grangers, uud tLe rest of
money being the root' of all evil is
Bro-. McOall was born iti Jackson
mankind, I desire to thank you for the’
dejnonslraied in a bright intelligent county, Tennessee,. July 22, 1815, con
H oh a full and completo Stòck of
lilierul patronage heretofore extended-
young turn of 22 years of age, being sequently was 61 years and 17 days old
to me, and would respectfully ask you
found guilty before tlie U. S. court «when he departed tliis life. He moved
1 DRY GOODS,
continue the sortie.
for pa^ji'ng counterfeit money; and with bis parents from Tetinessee and GENTS AND BOYS CLOTHING, '
I)o you know that I am' the only
-a nice Ifftiking sister, a widow with settled in l’ork eonirty, Imliilna. While
blucksmitb in Monmouth precinct that
three children on trial for same living there heard that most venerable
servant of God, Michael Combs,
a stock of Iron 'and Steel on band
offence. Visited insane asylum,
preached the Gospel, and was con 4
to do yodr work on a minutes
found . 233 unfortunates , beftfl’ ot’
vinced of the necessity of obeying its
A. IV. L ucas ,
commands, and «11 alone in the night CROCKERY 4 GLASS WARE,
” ... «-T
he went to thè eJder.of the charch and
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
- ‘ Mrs. Pres. Ila yes is showing her I demanded baptism, and tliFy repaired
any first class work can be done.
the Latest Styles aud Patterns.
.sell n wodijii of good sense and good to the water aud was baptized. Moved
■ . W. J. WKLLS.
Mpnmoutli. Or., April 28, ‘1877.
taste bv discarding the gorgeous thence to Iowa,-and in 1845 crossed the
attire, the sparkling jewelry, and all plains to Qt “gon. ffhtOÈfflfoT in Rat -
the foppery so common in 'fashion tlesnake valley, where lie united with
the cburcli at Pleasant Hill, where he LADIES, MISSES AND CfftLDREN
able circlsa, in the face <if her criliea.F
labored with a loug list of worthy
She deserves egedit tor setting an numes''tbat have preceded him to the
STEAM WAGON AND CARRIAGE.
example which her station uuil in laud of eternal rest ; such men us old
duce others to billow.
Bro. E Bristol, J. Fisher, -Hr'SheR'y-,'
G- Callison, slid many others that we
The Great Metropolis.
might mention who all labored to for cosh.
Wllö këéps on Band; ör can buììd to
uyake tliw ehttrt-h rrt ^Ptenstlfft" HUI A“" ~'Call a net see for yotrreelves. No
Is -the "greal
blessing to ttie coniffifinity afid Tlie
«Ver hhw . lt* id"'-lhe lre«fl ~ut th* glory of God in tliis western land. He trouble to show our goods.
WAGOJJS, HACKS k BUGGIES
British Einjiire aud the wO>l<F. Il was chosen one of the elders of the
Of the very best quality. . Also,
covel’M wrthin the fifteen mile's!’'radi church and lubored for its prosperity
HARROWS NECK YOKES, SINGLE
us of Charing Ct owtiearly 7o8-equar£ and its power that it has and exerts in
iniles.^ Il num tiers
within' these tts" locality where it is located. When
in tlint line
boundaries 4,000 000 inhabitants. Il
conipi inee 100,000 foreigners front
atteution to Carriage Painting eud Tire
every quarter ot the globe. It con organize,«1, he .was chosen oijé of its
elders, »Irete he laboured -in his Mas_ One kind forthe Human Family. ' Settjig- LfimS' yonr patronage and
tains inure Roman CathuiicJ than
ter a cuurwfnrthe glory of God till bis J
nioney with him and keep good times,
Ronitl' itself, .more Jews tliau the health so failed him he could not meet The other for Horses and Ani
aS' be guarantees good wcik at'tbe
whole of I’aleHtine, more Itish“ than with the; church any longer lie-e ‘to - mais.
. lowest living prices,
Dublin, more S ■olchineti tli^n E lin pre al J u a i;. l.,h< u<l aw Ure & i««ie-(><- h' e . a t— 'I'fteiuXinimeiits are »imply .tha w.outer of
Tiut glr?'m<>re Welt-linrtjti tl i<t> iBKrdiftJ ways di<J. The last song that lie ever the world. Tlieir effects are little, letp than
An Intli«|>eii«iiTne Requisite
and more country born persoits than was heard to sing on earth was Happy marvellous.
■ . , — rq« tvegr—
Th« White Llnlmrnt ia fAr the human
tlje counties yt Devun, WarW'lekidnre Rome, in-the “ Songa of Glory,” pub
' T.cttcher, Atltanced Student, Intelligent
family. It will drive Rheumatitmt Sciatica and
and Durham combined. Has a birth ' lished by J. Fillmore. May that : Neuralgia from Yirraystem; cures Lumbago,
thf B est E nglish dictionary ,
io it every live uiinutea.. Has a, heavenly mlisio l>e his, where sorrow I Clrfttblatna, Lock-jiw, Palsy-Itch, and most
death in it every eight mmutes. lirj^ never comes, and wltye lie may be cutaneous Eruptions ; it extracts frost from
reunited tigùin with bis children that frozen bauds anil feet, and the poison of bites
seveu accidents every day lit its 7,-
lias prece lieti him to the better land. • ’ and stings of venomous reptiles ; it subdues
000 miles o< streets- lias on atj av.
Bro. McCall leaves a / wife and five sweUiugs«, and alleviates pain of every kind.
When sprains or bruis« oocar, it i» tbe moat
erage twenty-eight miles ot iiew children, and several E**" grand
children, potent remedy ever discovered to heal the in
streets opened, and 8,000 new hyuses and the church at Trent, over.wliich be jured parts. The Centaur Liniment Is used
built in il every year. „Has J23 per- presided, to mourn tlieir great Joss. with great efficacy for Horo Tlwoat, Toothache,
lp.OOO Words and Meaning* tint ill other Dic
vDna every day, and 45,000 annually May we all ao live that uT may meet Cached Breton. Earache, and Weak Back. The tionaries.
3u09 Engraving» ; 1840 Pago« Quarto.
following is but a sarnplp of numerous iesti-
added to its population; Las 1,000 wliere seperatiou never takes place and [ , menials :
FOUR PACKS CULOHBD PLATES.
." I ndiana H oke ^J etf . C o ., I nd .,
ships and 9,000 sailois in. its port
C^T'Kowicontaiita twenty-flve per cent, inure
“ May 2s, 1873.
matter than’ any other one volume English
C aleb D avis .
every day ; has . 117,000 habitual
SUNDAY-SCHOOL SÜl’PLI ES
After mani’ rears experience »r are
enabled, we think, to offer the beat >nn-
tlajr-Sehoo!' Papera, Lesson«, iterord%
Rewards, Ac., for the fì'iist inolici |tos»l
’ THÈ ONlaY BÈJHEDX
ad vertiaed which ever rc-
oelvod thè Indorsement ci
tho MOST DTBTXX-
QK8 or OUH COL-
LEGES in the United States, for its remarkablj ef
ficacy in ourin« oases of 8Ca®FULA in • variety Tif
forma, such as WHITS 8WSIXING8, HIP JOINT
DISKJLBS. GLANDUULB SWELLING.^, OLD apd
INDOIsSNT ULCEKS, etc., etc.,-which had defied !ho
effort# of their skilL In oases where a taint is bus - -
peoted in the system it hapf inoaleuiable vi
fact being known, its iiie-éminence xb soon
Prepared only at
South Seventh Street, below Chestnut, Philadelphia.
Pamphlets sent to Any address, gratis.
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criminals ou its police register, in
creasing al an average ot 30,000 per
annum; has more than one-third ot
all tbe «rime in the country aommit
led in it! •_ hag *« many h<.ar »lmp*
and gin palaces m would, if placed
aide*bv aide,, aircuh from Charing
Croak to Parlarnouth, a distance ot
aeveuty.three mile«; haa 36,000
drunkards annually brought before
its magistrates; baa as many pau
|>ers as would more than accupy ev
ery house in Brighton ; haa upwards
of a'million ot habitual neglecters of
public worship; haa sixty miles ot
open »hops every Lord’s Day; has
need of 900 new churches and chap
els, and 200 additional city mission
aries; has an influence with all parts
of the world, represented by the
yearly delivery in it of 238,000,000
•f letters.— Ex.
Thia is the appropriate name of the
coming Hunday-school music book, to
be ready May 1st, containing the best
and most popular sacred songs ot the
lamented Gospel singer, P. P. Bliss.
" Heavenward ” promises to be the
most valuable as veil as the most popu
lar collection of Sunday-echbol soDgs
ever issued. The author, Mr. James
R. Murray, is well konwn among bun
■lav school workers aa the author ci
“Pure Diamonds ” and other popular
book« and was an intimate friend and
musical companion of'Mr. Bliss far
many year. Every Sunday-school in-
' the land will want “ Heavenward,” as
it is the only nyw Sunday-schooll
l>ook which will contain Mr Bliss's
moat famous aongs, such as “ Hold the
Fort,” •• What »ball the Harvaat be ?”
etc., etc. Specimen pagee can now be
• obtained free, and a sample copy will
ba sent (in paper covers) for 25 cents
or in board covers for $5 cents, as soon
as ready. .Address S Brainard's -Bona,
Cleveland, Ohio..“Heavenward ” will
be for eale by book and music dealers
throughout the country.
ArtKwa •»< C«tarrK_See Dr. leniteli’'
P. K BLISS.
“Voice Bars” suffissi
tent!« ft* retap«««. Imliapeniiable tn Hlngvr»
and Speaker«. Cum Congho. Bronchial Alice-
4ten«- Itoli«».* A. I has*. Circular! free. "Voice
Ttar»'1 Ce., CuMhiaal, O.
ê ^77 •
r ÇI I FKKkl.
Augusta, Maine. " '
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1», 0, VÏL'lUUiï,
WCtF 8RCWfR*S,OOMPAMCH / WD FLORAL RU10F.
aiMHI T '' y*»S h >w
R-»st, «• ? auaris.
». band f«*^.
ro7 calx , wnufriui ait tans.,
The best and latent improved for _
every variety of work, including
tungr the leading Family Sew
ing Machine on the Pacificxc?~t,
itaisaperior qualities are .too we.l
known to require further recom
THE NEW WHITE
" I thihk it my duty to Inform you that I
have tutrirel much with swollen Ret and
Acting through the Pores upoti the chord«, A few bottles of Centaur Liniment
has done the work for me. 1 have not been
souroen of .infl im i.ion Glenn's Sulphur R-ee from these swelling» In eight- year«.
Soap promptly relieve» the burning, Now I “in perft-rtly well. TRe Liniment
. ought to be applied warm. .
itching and other uutiuyunces caused
bv ball Kliuiiu. Seal.) llw«l, Impetigo,'—The pronfi» hrthytrtet. FB~n reliable, 11
T?____ 1.__ 1............ .1
Erysipelas, and other t-kiu
a'ad •• hanrlv
have tbs White Ceutaur Liniment.
ultimately removes every vestige of
TlM^rllow Centaur Liniment is adapt
ed to the tough mnecles, cords, and flesh of
Hill's Instantaneous Hair Dye ia safe hones and animals. It haa performed more
wonderiul cures, in three yean, of Spavin,
as well as speedy. r .
Strain, Wind-galls, Scratches, Swoeny. and
general Lamene-s, than ell other remedies in
exists tics. Lead what tliq gryst Expressmen
say of it:
A NEW COf .KECTIOX OF
Nr.w Y’ or «, January. 1H74.
'■ Even- owner of horses should give the
SUNDAY SCHOOL SONGS. Centaur
trial. We consider it the
HE thousands of Sunday school workers best article over used in our stable«.
wh* hive umm I and admired Mr. J ames R.
" 11. MAlibH, Hupt. Aitams Ex. Stables, N.Y.
M pmuaym popular U*»ks, and P. P. Bi inn ' s
" E. PULTZ. Hupt. U H. Ex. Stabbs, N. Y.
beautiful sacred songs, will be glad to learn
•' A. 8. OLIN. bnpt. NaL Ex. stables, N. Y.”
that a new collection of Sunday school miis’c
The best patrons uf thia Liniment are Far-
will l>e reaily May lit, entitled, •* HEAVEN*
WARD.” which has been in preparation many rien and Veterinary SurgooiM, wlm are con-
mouths, and which will coukaio . besides contrL» vjjHiaHy using some Liniment. It heals Galla.
buttons from most of the leading writors/^T Wounds and FoH-evil, remove« Swellings, and
the leading writers of Runday school aunfp in
America, the beat and-meat popular sacred is worth millions of dollaaa. annually to Farm
aongH of the lato
er», Livery-men, Stoek-gTowers, Sheep-raisers,
and those having horses or cattle.
What a Farrier Cannot do fur S20 the Uentaur
Tbs book has been bompileii and edited by Liniment will do at a trifling cost.
JAMEO 11. MURRAY, who was an intimate
These Liniments are sold by all dealers
friend and tuu«ica( companion of Mr. Blins for
many ye%re, aud «ill bo found a worthy tribute throughout the country. They ore' warren ted
u> mo worm
of whom the editor says:
I the proorietors, anti a bottle »ill be ^taen
“ AH u holtave suBg and* been helped by hin< .to any Farrier or Physician wlw desires totost
Laboratory of J. B. R om " A Co.,
It is confidently expected that the combina
tion of talont secured in the compilation of
46 D« t H t ., N« w Y obs
" HEAVEN WARD ” will pnslncc a work never
bofore equaled fur Htualay acbool purposes, and
destined to attain a popularity seeuud to no
work ofcthe kind ever i>ofere publiabed.
Price, in txmids, 3i cents, by nnpl; $30 per
hundred by express. Ham pie' Copy, in paper
covers, mailed for 25 ct». Specimen pages now
ready, and sent free. Ordera now received, aud
pitcher'« caatorl* it a complete substitute
will be titled in turn.
To be aold -by Book and Music Doalers for Castor Oil, anil ia as pleaaaut to take aa
Honey. It ia particularly adapted to Teathing
and irritable cliildran. It. destroys wonst.
S. BRAINARD'S, SONS, l\<b.
assimilates the fobd, regulates the Htomsch,
and cures Wind Colic. Few remedies are aa
efficacious for Feverishness, Croup, Worms and
Whooping Congh. Castorta ia a sciantiflc and
purely vegetable preparation, more effective
than Castor Oil, and neither gags nor gripes.
Prepared by Mewir». J. It. Itos« A Co.. 4<> Bey
Street, New York! from the recipe o^ Hunnel
Pitcher, M. B., of Barnstable, Mass.
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the best straight needle Machine
m the market», Jia3 a great deaLof
rocni'under the arfti, is very limits-
running and substaaltiifl.
FLORENCE CO IL 0’1 STOVES
FOB COOKUTO AND HEAIIKG.
Pcn g M fl^iringrtoin c M. dr*,
rrs, and all others wishing Sewla
Idhchinti^iithcr Jhi ihih. xr cu —
lni'.ttdtacnts, should send fcr cit-
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tio. 19 New Montgomery Street,
sax F rancisco ;
Liberal prices Allowed fcr c!3
llachiEesui exchtfcge ler new. -
MONMOUTH.' * i
»>' ,r---- OREGON,
From Innir practice in bn«ine«s in
drawing up Dweds, Mortg-ge«, Bond«,
and other legal doeumeut«, I hope to
give siti.sfiiotion to those that may call
on me at-my bowse.
Dictionary published in thia country or @ie*t
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