Christian herald and signs of our times . f Congress in the year 1886, by Chaelis Walton, In the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Vol. IX. No. 13. THURSDAY, APRIL i, 1886. Price Three Cents. CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER. PORTEAIT AND LITE OF THE EEV. J.JACKSON WE AY, WITH EXTEACTSPEOM HIS W0EKS. MATERNITY. Dr. Talmages Sermon atSt, Louis Last Sunday Morning. CHILD MAEEIAGE IN INDIA. OUREENT EVENTS: The Civil ServiceEeport—Secretary Mannings Hlness—TheEdmunds Eesolutions—The Great LaborStrike in the Southwest — The BelgianAnarchists—The Travels of a Thunderbolt—The Millionaire Tram

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Christian herald and signs of our times . f Congress in the year 1886, by Chaelis Walton, In the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Vol. IX. No. 13. THURSDAY, APRIL i, 1886. Price Three Cents. CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER. PORTEAIT AND LITE OF THE EEV. J.JACKSON WE AY, WITH EXTEACTSPEOM HIS W0EKS. MATERNITY. Dr. Talmages Sermon atSt, Louis Last Sunday Morning. CHILD MAEEIAGE IN INDIA. OUREENT EVENTS: The Civil ServiceEeport—Secretary Mannings Hlness—TheEdmunds Eesolutions—The Great LaborStrike in the Southwest — The BelgianAnarchists—The Travels of a Thunderbolt—The Millionaire Tram
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Christian herald and signs of our times . f Congress in the year 1886, by Chaelis Walton, In the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Vol. IX. No. 13. THURSDAY, APRIL i, 1886. Price Three Cents. CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER. PORTEAIT AND LITE OF THE EEV. J.JACKSON WE AY, WITH EXTEACTSPEOM HIS W0EKS. MATERNITY. Dr. Talmages Sermon atSt, Louis Last Sunday Morning. CHILD MAEEIAGE IN INDIA. OUREENT EVENTS: The Civil ServiceEeport—Secretary Mannings Hlness—TheEdmunds Eesolutions—The Great LaborStrike in the Southwest — The BelgianAnarchists—The Travels of a Thunderbolt—The Millionaire Tramps Estate—A Suitto Compel a Marriage, etc. THE BLOOD OF SPEINKLING. A NewSermon by 0. H. Spurgeon. ANECDOTES EELATED AT EEOENTEVANGELISTIC MEETINGS. THE OHTJEOH IN THE HOUSE. JEEUSALEM THE GOLDEN. By Eev. A.0. Tris—Notices of New Books. PICTUEE OF AN AFEIOAN CHIEF INSTATE ATTIEE POETEAIT OF EEV. W. E. BOAEDMAN. THE WANDEEEES EETUEN. (With Il-lustration.) AT THE MISSION. (Continued.) The First Disciples. By Mrs. M. Baxter.. The Rev. J. JACKSON WE-AY, Pastor of Whitefields Tabernacle-Scenes Illustrating his Works. 194 THE CHRISTIAN HERALD AND SIGNS OF OUR TIMES. April 1. THE REV. J. JACKSON WRAY,Pastor of Whitefields Tabernacle, London.Born in 1832—Early Life—Entered as a Studentat Westminster College— Becomes a School-master—Conversion—Devotes Himself to theGospel Ministry—Important Work in Africa—Dissolves his Connection with Methodism—Accepts the Pastorate of George WhitefieldsTabernacle—Quotations from His Works.The press has made the name of JacksonWray familiar beyond the sphere of his personallabors, and it is probable that many of ourreaders will be glad to know something of thepersonal life and character of the man whoseliterary work has pleased them. J. Jackson Wray was born in the year 1832, atSancton, England, a small and picturesque vil-lage at the foot of the Yorkshire wolds. Hisfather was a village carpenter, and Mr. Wrayhimself wa

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