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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

FOREIGN England —Snow and Hail Storms in England. —The Liverpool Mercury of August 1st says that_^the phenomena of snow storms in the dog days has occurred in Yorkshire. : On the previous Saturday a very _^ severethunderstorm passed over _Marston arid district, ending in a shower of snow and bail of fully a quarter of an hour's duration. ' "/" The ground was quite white, and, on the Wolds, the snow was two inches deep in some places. Hailstones as large as nuts fell in quantities., A few days after there was another snow and hail storm. Fifteen hundred English troops have been landed in Syria to protect the Christians. France, therefore, will not enjoy the entire credit of settling the affairs of the Ottoman Empire. * Sicily. —Volunteers to Garibaldi are so numerous as to embarrass him , and he has requested that no more be sent at present. As regards 'Sicily, says the New York Courier and Enquirer, ' there is no reason to doubt that _Gafibaldi will soon transfer his forces fr...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

¦ ¦¦ •¦ ¦ •¦ . ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ' GENERA_^ \ / ¦ ; : • ¦; Rothschii-d.—We have a Rothschild in New York State—a veritable baron—a moneyed _^_ron» with millions in his coffers. The _oarbn is now | i Lake. George, breathing the fresh air, and-renewing his exhausted energies. The solid men of New York'intend to dine and speech him on his return. / The Poor of New York CiTT.,_^-There are now m the various public corrective and charitable institutions of the city 7,614 person_^nfjwhom '5 ,429. ' are in hospitalsand'asylums..- *' . ' . " - _\r _PEiT NS¥trANiA and the Gbe_^ West.—^A Harrisburg paper says: _; "Nearly one-half of the entire population of the great West is composed of Penns_/lvanians, and yet in spite of this drain upon her foryear4, the old Keystone has been steadily increasing in Wealth and population, and will continue to increase5 after furnishing enough people to turn three or four western.territories into States." : ;.,;¦:_' ¦ :¦ ';_- . Graves op Inventors.—-The sanaecetriet...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

_IWTHEEAIT. The Present Condition of the CKnrch.—The forthcoming number of the Evangelical Review for October, in its-review- of Dr. Krauth's sermon on Christian Liberty, draws a gloomy picture of the present position of the Lutheran Church in the United States. There is a great want of harmony between the natives of different countries. The Church has one General Synod, embracing twenty-six district Synods, but there are ten Synods which still refuse to extend the hand of fraternal fellowship to those thus associated. Nor does even the external union of the General Synod secure internal union among its members. Different Synods exist upon the same'territory in New York, in Pennsylvania, in Maryland, and in Ohio. These divisions have, indeed, been partly caused by differences originating before their associations, in the General Synod; but not even their coalescence in the General Synod has been able to heal these unfortunate divisions. It is farther notorious that not onefour...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

A VALUABLE BOOK FOR EVERY RELIGIOUS FAMILY. A HISTORY OF ALL RELIGIONS, with accounts of the Ceremonies and Customs , or Forms of Worship, practised by the several nations of the known world, from the earliest records to the present time, BY WILLIAM BURDER, B. A. Greatly improved as a book of reference by the insertion of a full account, historical, doctrinal, and statistical of the principal _RELIGIOIFS _DENOMINATIONS IK THE _XTKtTED STATES, JOEt PAEKER, B. D. Complete in one large octavo volume of ever seven hundred pages, and illustrated by handsome _enrravinffs Price—$3 00. ° " This volume will be found to be replete with interest and instruction _growing out of the subjects on which it treats. The reader will have presented to him a picture of the religious worJd_, upon which he will perceive many dark and distressing shades—he* will _see in what varied and unhallowed forms mankind have worshipped the Common Parent of all—he will bo led to contemplate the delusions prac...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

"AIOlAIiS -OT THE FOOB" LIGHT AMONG THE LOWLY. Let us again, dear reader, go among the lowly. Here ia a wide covered alley in which you have more than once caused your feet to pat, pat, upon its well worn path, visiting (in thought) him who was" near three score, " and others. But our errand to-day is not to see him, but,as we wind around with the stairs and pass his door, we can see his courageous face as he throws his shuttle, causing his loom to speak out its old familiar eliek-e-te-oliok, and if you will you may bid him u good day/ 1 but we must pass on and again climb the stairway, and enter a low roofed room,-apparently the kitchen; but this is uninhabited, save by the form of an aged bobbin-winder, who is so busily engaged with the wheel and yarn, that'he knows not of our presence , and we pass thence to the work-room of him whom we have called to see.-: ¦' . : . He is a man in middle life, sober and very intelligent. His parents were Boman Catholics, and thus reared him ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

THE _AMEBIOAIT lEESBYTEEIAK AND GENESE1 EVAHtfELIST, " ,../• CLUBS, Six copies will be seat to one address for a year for tin boliArs. Ten copies will be sent to one address for a_l jear ibr SEVENTEEN DOLLARS. Twenty copies will be sent to one address for THIRTY DOLLARS. ' ' ¦ " . _. _Olubf maxi_^_ionaejl, to oommence_# _wita _^ the _tirst of January, and to securetKeaeauetton _^ tire money must invariably be paid in advance. 8®* All papers will be continued after the expiration of the year, unless expressly ordered to be discontinued, and such orders should be by letter, and not by returning a paper. To secure a discontinuance, all arrearages must be paid. . Remittances may be made directly by mail at the risk of the publishers, and receipts will be returned in the papers. t •¦ _; _> To encourage ministers and others to aid in circulating the American Presbyterian, we will renew the premiums offered last year for new subscribers. A WEEKLY _FAMILY _NEWSPAPER, Publishe...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

ADVERTISEMENTS TNGHAM .UNIVERSITY, JL Leboy, New York. First or. AutnmnalTerm begins Wednesday, September 19tn, 1860. Board and Tuition, per term, - - $75.00 . Second term, first Wednesday in February. Commencement, Fourth Wednesday in June. In Preparatory Department none received un der twelve years of age. In the Regular Department, according to attainments, in any one of the four classes. _k 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 _cdurse, at option. Having attained a comparative maturity, through more than a quarter of a century, our Institution intends to augment'continually its best arrangements; while expansion and progress characterize its successive stages, in hope of a nobler future of permanent and Honorable _usefulness. Its'aim and scope—to furnish a thorough, superior, and especially a _Christiak education for ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

_tP_5 * _\_- _^ In _frartford, Conn., Tuesday, August 21st, Mrs. Sa-BAh B. DokNEii_", widow of the late James C. Donnell, of tnls_'cityi ': / ' ':- ¦' ¦ ' ' ¦ _. . ¦¦''¦ <¦ ; ' . ¦ :¦ '¦"' ¦ ' , ¦ ' ' ._i. Swiftly and, suddenly came: this! sad intelligence to the chueeh of which the deceased was a member, and to a large circle of Mends—all unconscious and unapprehensivteof the great sorrow-about to befall them. Mis not time jto: tell how great has been our loss,— neither does the character of our friend ask embellishment; and yet it irineet that mention be made of her many virtues. Hers wasa character which it is soothing and quickening to remember. It comes over one like the breath of spring, and, we would dwell upon it and have others feel its influence." • • Richly endowed with a quick and penetrating perception, an active and vigorous understanding, * and a S{jirit buoyant, cheerfuij, and often sportive, cultivated by a liberal and* judicious education, and overflow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

CfiAYOK PORTRAITS. WILLABD_?Sj^' Ptf OTO0RAPHS, From Miniature to Life-Size, Plain or Finished, in Ivory-type, Oil,fCrayon, Aquarelle, Pastel, or India Ink. Also, our very supe-* rior Style of _*' AMBROTYPES. J3" All pictures made with strict attention to *' artistic effect. _JTno. 1628, MARKET STREET, PHII,ADEL'A, _^ (Middle way of the Square) aug.30-6m. ¦_EEELODEOlff MAKTTFACTORYThe undersigned having for the past twelve years been practically engaged ia. manufacturing MELODEONS, feels confident of his ability to produce .an article superior to any other in the city, and upon the most moderale terms. Tuning and Repairing promptly attended to. A. MACNUTT. No. 115 N. Sixth Street. "rrroRKS by Presbyterian authors _. _Published _Tiy LINDSAY & BI_._AKISTQHJ, :: - ;; 2& South Sixth St., above Chestnut. , THE WAY OF SALVATION, Illustrated in a Series of Dis courses ' By Rev. Albert Barnes. One volume. 12mo. Price $1.00 . _TILB ATONBMENT; In its Helatioa to Law an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

Spurious and Depreciated _^ GoiN,-r-Tpe Inquirer of August 22d contains an interesting_^j_^count of exr perimentS _j jCarried on at the Min^^^Jbis cityi by Dr. James 1_\ Barclay; to ascertain; the^|| st modes of detecting _cmrnferfeiF_«_S_^ improved mechanism would enable tn_^lgovernment more perfectly to guard against its _manufacture and issue. ' . '' ;. ,,j ¦ " " , ¦ '" Fourteen methods of counterfeiting|? and depreci-Ming; coin, are described, sOme of theni requiring the very highest degree of scientific and pi tetical skill. We have been informed, upon good a ithority_, that not less than one per cent, of the silver and as much as two per cent, of the gold coin in _dreuliition, is either spurious or has been impaired q value—and yet by processes so speciously _performid, as daily to deceive banks and brokers. : (/ The result of a study thus directed pas been the invention of a plan of coinage whichi_%e believe, if fully carried out by the gbvernment, with: the resource...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

FINE JEWELEY IK THE CITY, CONSISTING OF SETS OF BRBAST-PINS AND EAR-RINGS, SUCH AS Pearls, Carbuncles, Corals, Cameos, Lavas, Florentine Mosaic, Amalikite, Garnets, Gold Stone, Mosaic, Enameled, &c, Mounted m 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, FOE IADIES' and GENTLBHEH'S WEAB, Selected and imported by the subscriber especially for bis retail sales, and warranted to give satisfaction or the money refunded. ... , . ,. _ A larjre assortment of neb and elegant patterns of GOLD NECK, VEST, CHATELAINE AND LONG CHAINS, CHATELAINK PINS, &e., to match. The subscriber would also call attention to bis assortment of SILVER TEA SETS of the most recherche patterns, of which he has always a large stock on hand, or will make them to order at the shortest notice. Also Silver Tea and Table Spoons, Forks, Spect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

_NOTICES, y Tlae Presbytery of Lyonsf_^rill meet In Huron on Tuesday, the _eleventhjaay of September next, at two o'clock, P. M. WM; N. MoHaho, fj; Stated Clerk. Lyons, Aug. 18,1860 #_j - __ __ _,»__ __ Synod of Genesee;1 —The Annual Meeting of Synod of Genesee, will <_&>nvene at the Central Church, Rochester, on the _SecomPguesday [the eleventh clayj of September, at 4 o ' clock_^P; M. _TIMOTHX_^RTILLMAN, Stated Clerk. Dunkirk, August 6th_^860. :.. The l _' resbyte_^ of Belvidere nwlll meet _io Rockford, o _^ rr the second Tuesday, the 21th of September, at seven o'clock, P. M. _jf H. B. HOLMES, Stated Clerk. August 21, 1860. 0 . Pliiladelpma 4th Presbytery stands adjourned to nieet_^n Belvidere 2d church, 3d TuesUay in September next,,(l_^th day of month,) at half-past-7 o ' clock, P. M. J_^ _' _tT. J. SHGPH-&D, Stated Cierk. August 27, 1_^9: . .. . . Notice.—The_^Presbytery of Erie will hold its next meeting in the flhurch of Fair view, on the ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

A TALK WITH 0TJE SUBSCKIBEES With the present number, 'our, obligations.to very many of our patrons are more than discharged, and theirs to us are, asr we trust, pleasantly renewed. This is especially the case in Philadelphia, and within the bounds of the Synod of Pennsylvania. With these _subscriber _^e are ready now for a settlement, and shall be happy to meet them in our office, and hand them receipts for another year, ia exchange for the usual payments. The office will be found open daily from 9 o'clock, a. m., to 4_J o'olook p. ,_% for this important service; important and satisfactory, in a high degree_^ it will be to us, if our offers are responded to, as we have reason to expect. A prompt attention to the matter will not be very difficult to individuals, while in the aggregate the result will be the furnishing of means urgently needed to carry on our paper. If our _subscribers knew how great Is the sum Jfcotal of these, dues, so trifling in the individual oases, and ho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

MARBLE WORKS. HENHY S. TARR, Manufacturer of . CARVED AND .ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS, ¦ ,s.. . »: -: ' ; ' ; ¦ • .;¦ No. 710 Green Street, , ' .. . - . Above Seventh) V Philadelphia. CARVED, ORNAMENTAL STATUARY and MONUMENTAL WORK of every description. Having erected specimens in almost every cemetery throughout this State, and supplied orders from nearly every State in the Union, I trust to receive your influence and patronage for the above establishment. I also contract for Vaults, Sarcophagis, &c. I have many references throughout the Union, which can be seen on application. . _aogl6-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

AND _#_enescc _GuaufleUat. ^^_Vlt _^_PAY_, AUfl-Cgf »3t 1860.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

FOURTH YEAR MADAME VAILLIBNT .-W I M_/_OPEST HER Boarding and Bay School for Young Ladies ISO. 1628 CHESTNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA, Onthe.lZth of September. Superior instruction in both branches, English and French, is given. M. Yailiient, with the assistance of Miss Vaillient, will superintend, as hitherto, the French branch. 744-747

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

JAMES R. WEBB, TEA DEALER AND FAMILY GROCER, 223 S. Eighth St., Melow _Waihtjt, _Phila., Has for sale a large and varied assortment of fine Teas, Coffees, and choice Groceries for Family use. Et_=_*. Orders by mail promptly attended to, and Goods carefully packed and forwarded. aug30-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

_Mmlm UPSON—FARLIN. —At Sandy Hill, Washington Co., New York, on. Wednesday, August 22d, by the Rev. President Fisher, Prof. Anson J. Upson, of Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y., to Lydia Weston, daughter of the late ftev. J. W. Farlin, of _Warrensburg. RAC1—BROADBENT. —On the 26th instant, _ifcthe 1st Church, Kensington, by the Rev. John W. _Mears, James Race to Mart Bhoaddent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

TO CONSUMPTlf ES; atJERFS COD LltER OIL _SWLtY, PATENTED , AUGUST 30TH, 1858. •Is the only remed y for Consumption and all kinda of Coaghs. It is twice more efficacious than, the Liquid Oil. ALSO , QUIKU'S JELLIFIED CASTOR OIL, (p atented,) To be had of all respectable Dragglsts. _PEMIOLD, PARKER & MOWER, 70, 4473 15 Beekman St., Wholesale A gents.

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