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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

THETAB0R MISSION. We are happy to learn that this mission, under the care of Rev. George Van Deurs, is still prosp ering spiritually; an accession of sixteen persons on profession having !>een received on Sabbath before last. This is cheering news, especially in the midst of the prevailing deadness* and barrenness of the churches.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

DEATH OF _HOff. JOHff L. MASOIT Judge Mason, an honored Elder in the Mercer street church, who for some months has been in feeble health, died on Thursday evening in the 65th year of his age. Mr. Mason was the son of the late Rev. Dr. John Mason, of N. Y. city, and was esteemed by all who knew him for the high character he attained as a man and as a judge of the Superior court of New York.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

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Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

JpNW. M1ARS, 1DIT0B ASSOCIATED WITH ALB*AT BARNfiS_, i &EORGE DUFFUSUDj JH THOMAS BRAINERD, I JOHN JENKINS, HENRY DARLING, ' THOMAS 3. SHEPHERD, . .

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

Wtw* 0_f tit W**k PHILADELPHIA CITY. Great Stokm.—On Monday, August 13th, the city and vicinity were visited with a1 violent storm of rain, wind aud thunder and lightning, after a _^ protr acted drought. _Several culverts , and many feet of paved streets,, were washed away.. A boy _was/killed by'fall _i ng,-timbers. Several persona were struck, arid one skUlediby . ljg&ain&in._^e sguth _^ er_^poxtipn_, of the1 city, where the storm was peculiarly severe. Dnrjug twentyfour hours the amount of Water which fell , according to the'gauge at the Pennsylvania Hospital , was 6.005 inches. . Another Death from Violence,—Albert Stevens , for a number of years attached ,to the-Girard Bank as a runner and watchman, died at his residence yesterday morning} in Madison street , from the effects of a heavy slung-shot blow on the head, which he Teceived oh Saturday night , on Chestnut street , above Third. No provocation is assigned for the deed, and the murderer is still at la...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

TfiE PRESBtTERlAtf _CHIJBCH Rev, Elias Thompson, for the past teft _montos, a resident of _toi|fcagft Lake, was passenger on board the _CUvdand in her last trip down to Detroit; Bi» return is not expected. Ann Afbdf, _MUeH. —*Th_« eoraorsttrae* 6f the new Pre»byteriaii 6huroH e ' dirf e_* , on the corner of Huron and Division Streets, in the _oity of Ann Arbor, was _telddn Wednesday, widbappropriateseTvicga. . Prayer and an explanatory speech by. the Rev. L. D. Chanin _* and an _address by the R«y. Bv. Tappan. Rev. X. I. Boot was this week installed pastor of the Pre»bytesia» Ghusoh at Ionia* Market _Square dtnnh.—Rev. Albert Helfenatein, St., thus writes to the; German tteforitttd'Mes _#enger: M Itt Qfl_^wattfewfl' we remained over two Lords ': days, preached _twice an4 lectured, once. We were happy «o fliul th_*congregation in a flourishing condition, the pastor beloved and cherished, and _&_$ Borne made pleasant. Oaroaly regret i_» that he and his people have n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES. 'TIHIS is a Weekly Religious Paper, published by the pr ice of EKAK Stoday -ScH001 - Ui_»ion, at the veiy low ONE D OLLAR A y£AR. It is designed for Paeents Teachers, and all who are _engaged or interested in the religious training of the young. It is also an excellent Family Paper. w_.Jb _^0 , 11 ?fthe SundaySchool Times is occupied with JXAKRATIyESand other matter _partieularlyjLnteresting to young persons. Teachers will find in it much that they will like to read to their classes,—interesting matter prepared to their bands and such as they cannot find elsewhere. For the same reason, members, of the Bible classesand the older scholars generally, will be greatly benefited by the perusal of this papier. The Sunday- School Times has, every week, a column or more of the choicest matter selected from the NOON PRAYER MEETINGS, whJchare so interesting to all classes of Christians. Besides a large amount of general religious intelligence, the Sunday-School Tim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

_NOTICES Tne Presbytery of _Lyons will meet In Huron on Tuesday, the eleventh day of September next, at two o'clock, P. M. Wm. N. _McHaby,' Stated Clerk. Lyons, Aug. 18, 1860 Synod of Genesee.—The Anmial Meeting of Synod of Genesee, will convene at the Central Church, _Rochester, on the Second Tuesday [the eleventh day] of September, at 4 o 'clock, P. M. TIMOTHY STJLLMAN , Stated Clerk. Dunkirk, August 6th, i860. _Hotioe.—The Presbytery of Erie will hold its next _meeting in the church of Fairview. on the first Tuesday of September next, at 3 o 'clock ' P. M. Aug. 14th. - J. Vabce, Stated Clerk. American Board.—Receipts at Philadelphia for July, I860. Philadelphia, Green Hill Church, $89 43 do Christ Church, ]5 66 do Cedar Street Church, 36 60 do Pine St. Church, Mon. Con., 11 88 do An Episcopalian 2 00 do - Mrs. D. A. Morton, for Syria Mission, 6 00 do Clinton St, Co., avails of a breastpin, 3 Q0 $. c nn do Calvary Ch. Sab. School, S10.001 c _nn Carry, $5.00. j 15 00 Pottsv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

METHODIST. Benefactions for Eeligions Objects.—Mr. Peeler, •who has realized four hundred thousand dollars from the sale of a patent plow, has given one half of that amount to the Mefch. Church, South. _Affecting Scene.—The pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church at _Asheville_, North Carolina, last Sabbath, received several' persons into the Church. It was quite affecting. One aged gentleman, 79 years old, with white locks and trembling frame, sat next a sweet little boy of only ten summers. .0 how great the difference—one »tarting-T)utin .God's service at ten, and the other- -starting at nearly fourscore. - * - ..t There were but- few hearts in the church that day but what were moved, and tears fell freely _as_'thecarjdidates for admission'took on themselves the vows of membership. God grant they may all be faithful. College Record.-—Professor of Musceb at Amherst.—Not content with erecting, as a permanent pollege building, a new and large gymnasium—one of the first and fin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

THE _AMEBtKIAll iEISl&EEKIAN AHJJ QENE8EE EVANGELIST, ;'_- A. _VfMWkWt '-I AMIME NEWS*"***"* i_^&K s_^ _^t_^_MmK?^, a_* 138i Oesin«< _&., ' Philadelphia, Fa. Devoted to the promotion of sound Christian doctrine and pure religion, especially as connected mtli tae Constitutional Presbyterian _ONrch ia the United States of America. ; ' ./¦ _' . ' ' ' TSBMS. . . . v V .v .- ,/• .. . : _" \ To Mail Subscribers, _rwo DqtMas _£«r yea*, IN _ADVANCE , , _*. * i .» , City Subscribers, _reoe_^yin g_^ eir paper through a carrier, will be charged fifty m& _additioaaL _CiajBS. Six copies will b* sent to cm* address for a year for _flfcN DOIiI*AJtS. _» Tm copies wilt _%_0 lent to one address for a year for _sivsNf Eis bom«abs. _TwiNTY _copies will be sen* to one _address for shirtyBoMAtta, ¦ ¦ ''¦¦' ¦ '. 4 _'v- _* '" :: t '" r: -A Clubs may be formed to commence witl the tlrsfc of _tfotttt&fy, and to secur e, _th_* deduction7 the money tnt&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

_POBEIGtt. IrelaBd;—The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church-of Ireland commenced its sessions in Belfast, Monday evening, the 2d of July. The ear- ' lier part of the day was spent in religious exercises, in commemoration of the revival" of last year, in" which fully 15,000 people united. - The meeting for this purpose was held in the Botanic Gardens, beautiful public grounds adjoining the city, and was continued for four long hours. It was a" grand demonstration, and gave unmistakable evidence of the depth and e ' xtent of the,religions life now animating the people of this part of Ireland-The Assembly was opened" at bix o'clock, P. M., with an admirable sermon by Prof. Gibson, Moderator for the last year. Rev. S. M. Dill, of Ballymena, member of the late deputation to America, was chosen moderator for this year_. From accounts I had read of former meetings, I had been led to look for something stormy in its proceedings. In this I was most agreeably disappointed. There...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

ADVERTISEMENTS T IGHT HOUSE COTTAGE, JLl NEAR THE LIGHT-HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, W. J., (the nearest house to the surf,) is now open for the reception of Boarders. Members of every Christian church will find the quiet of this house in perfect keeping with their views. The proprietor respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage of his friends and the public. 740-5tim JONAH W00TT0N, Proprietor. _INGHAM UNIVERSITY, Leroy, New Yoek. First or Autumnal Term begins Wednesday, September 19th, 1860. Board and Tuition, per term, - - $75.00 Second term, first Wednesday in February. Commencement, Fourth Wednesday in June. la Preparatory Department- none received under twelve years of ag_*e. In the Regular Department, according to attainments, in any one of the four classes. Important and favorable changes have been made in the Faculty, with excellent accessions; increasing the facilities of sound and various learning, in all the Departments; with partial or complete course, at opti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

'^¦r: :/ _" :_v_' _': " : _" ^^_isccfetc:._^ ¦ "; r ' "_' : A Bad Practice _Censnred.—The Bishop of Teqnesaee strongly censures, in; bis annual address,: the practice of incurring pecuniary liabilities while building churches, without any reasonable expectation of meeting * them wheri doe. The case in point is that of the church at Coving-•tont - \ ' \ ; ~ _-\- / . ;.; ; ; V-;_, - -; ' ¦ ¦ '[. _ The church of which/ the foundation was laid in August, 1858, is not yet finished, and I was pained Co _leara that in consequence of some misunderstanding with the contractor or builder, there was a debt incurred for which no provision had been made, or was likely to be made. In consequence thabuilding was liable to be sold, I am not informed that any arrangement has yet been made to relieve the building and secure it for the purposes for which it was intended. These repeated disasters in attempting to'build churches are well calculated to bring discredit upon our communion, It is surp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

TWO WORKS, VAI._UA.BLE TO THE SICK OR WELL. Sent by mail, no pay expected until received, read and approved. Address Dr. S. S. FITCH, 714 Broadway, New York. 1st. Six Lectures on the causes, prevention and care of Lung, Throat and Skin diseases; Rheumatism and Male and Female complaints. On the mode of preserving Health to a Hundred Years. 360 pages, 21 engravings.Price50 cents, in silver or P. * O. Stamps. A_^ Wbrk on the Cause and Cure of Disease of the Heart, Stomach, Liver, Bowels, and Kidneys; on Apoplexy, Palsy, and Dyspepsia; Why we Grow Old; ana What Causes Disease. • 131 pa_^es, 6 engravings. Price, 36 cents t Say which book you wish, giving name, State, county, town, and post-office. 730—770 •_YTpORKS BY PRESBYTERIAN AUTHORS . Published hv _^ _, ¦ .....- .. .-.. L1KDSAY & B1_AKISTOJT " : ! ¦ ¦ :.-._* :25 South Sixth Sti above Chestnut. THE WAXtOFSAtYATIOK, Illustrated in a Series of _Dift courses? By Re»i Albert Barnes. One _TOlume, 12mo. Price $1.00 THE ATOM K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

SYRIA, BULGARIA, AND OTHER MOHAMMEDAN REGIONS. The Greeks of Constantinople Mobbing the Protestants. The Pope and the Massacres in Syria.— Home, August 3, 1860.—The Pope has addressed an energetic letter to-the Bishops of Syria, lamenting the late massacres, and speaking in high praise of the French expedition. . Intervention in Syria.—Paris, August 3.—The following is a summary of the convention agreed upon last Monday:—In£ervention will last only as long as the Porte deems it advisable. A previous agreement will regulate all military operations. A separate article stipulates that the French troops about to embark shall etart at once, unless information is received that intervention is unnecessary. Prussia , when the definitive signature of the convention takes place, will be represented by Count Pourtalis. Paris, Thursday Night.—Prussia has demanded that the stay of European troops in Syria shall be limited to sis months. This proposition, being verbally supported by England...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

£fKK6_UUgOA3IOSi& Henry Ward B_«_eiteaf» a BvD.; having received the honor front Amherst College, _^pe was awarded a similar honor some years ago? by a,western college, but declined it; It is; however_^ thought he will aceeot the _present compliment. The Power of Church Organization Conceded. —Friequefct _indicfttiobs of the working of the tendency tQ a reasonable degree_^ of organization appear in the ecclesiastical bodies lying on the verge of independency. ¦ "¦: _> ; ";. . - '' -. ' . ¦¦' . '" ;- ' ¦ ¦ - < _rSa_^_fi Rev-. Mr. Ctt>mmings; delegate' feom the- Mew Hampshire General Association_^ ta the Congrega,'_- tional Union of Canada: _; _. ., " In other bodies we- see the power of ecclesiastfcism. We see it in _Presbyterianism, Prelacy, and Popery. The disposition to _organic action is doubtless laid in a deep and reliable principle in human nature, and as Congregatiotaalists we should not overlook this principle.'* ., „ Congregational Sta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

TO CONSUMPTIVES. . OTERTJ'S COD LIVEB OIL JELLY PATENTED, AUGUST 30TH, 1858, Is the only remedy for Consumption and all kinds of Coughs. It is twice more efficacious than the Liquid Oil. ALSO, QUERU'S JELLIFIED CASTOB OIL, (PATENTED,) To be had of all respectable Druggists. PENFOLD, PARKER & MOWER, 70, 4473 15 Beekman St., Wholesale Agen ts. ELMIRA FEMALE COLLEGE. This College is designed to elevate the standard and cheapen the expense of Female Education. Students engage in domestic duties one hour daily. Whole expense for board; (rooms furnished, warmed and lighted,) with Tuition in all the studies of the course, $75 per half-yearly session. Next _SESSION opens AUGUST 30th. Address— A. W. COWLES_, D. D., President. S. BENJAMIN Chairman of the Board. N. P. Fassett, Secretary 743-746. EDWIN CLINTON , BRUSH EMPORIUM, No. 908 Chestnut Street. A very fine assortment of every size, style, and quality of TOILET BRUSHESalways on hand. Also Shell Jvorjr, Buffalo, JBoxwcod , a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

WATCHES , JEWELRY, SILTjBU WAJSJS GOLD CHAINS, &c. _LARGEST AM) MOST VARIED STOCK OF FINE JEW_1LRY JH THE CITY, CONSISTING OF SETS OP BREAST-PINS ANB EAK-KINGS, SUCH AS _pearls, Carbuncles, Corals, Cameos, Lavas, Florentine Mosaic Amalikite, Garnets, Gold Stone, Mosaic, Enameled, &o., Mounted in Plain and Etruscan Gold of the finest quality and most elegant styles, at the lowest prices for which the goods can be sold. Also a large and splendid assortment of the finest ? - " ¦ AMERICAN AND IMPORTED WATCHES, FOB 1ADIBS' and GENTiEKElPS WEAE, Selected and ' imported by the subscriber especially for his retail sales, and warranted to give satisfaction or the money refunded. ... .. . _^ - A laree assortment of rich ana elegant patterns ot GOLD NECK, VEST, CHATELAINE AND LONG CHAINS, CHATELAINE PINS, &c, to match. The subscriber would also call attention to his assortment of SILVER TEA SETS of the most recbercbe patterns, of which he has always a large stock on h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

10UETH YEAR _MADAME VAILLIENT _Bosrdiag _aad Day Sfeliool for _Noting: ladies, NO. 1628 CHESTNUT ST., _PHILADELPHIA, ; _' O» the-12th of September. Superior instructionJ in both branches, _English and Firenchj_.is _g iven, M. VaiUient, wilth the assistance of iSGss Vaillient, wili superintend, as hitherto, the French branch. " 744-747 -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

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