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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

;J-:.;;:;;: ';^_PteC:; :;\_S; .:;.: «®_ A Friend of Missions is farnisMngng-with Burgliryproof Locks, to sell and apply the entire avails to the cause of Missions. , Their safety has endured the eeveresttest; and we are' slip wed to sell them simply at the doz. price—S4.50 to $8.75. Will not the friends of . Missions give us a elan - .: * . . ¦ . ¦ >¦ • - ¦:- ¦¦¦ •- ¦ ;•; -.:_* ¦ _* _^r?, rrt ; , ' , ¦ ¦ .: ..;_,

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

Thh Physician Should be a Christian. An Address delivered at the Commencement of the Western Reserve Medical College, Cleveland, by Rev. Frederick T, Brown. This is _» valuable discourse. We could wish it plaoed in the hands of every Physician, Patients also might read it with advantage. It shows olearly the benefits to the patient, of the physician being a religious man. A quiet conscience, and a good hope in Christ, do more to the recovery of a patient, _oftimes, than is done by medicine. To soothe the troubled mind is hence part of the physician's duty. Toward this he may himself do muoh; and if he is a good man, he will call in the Christian minister. The presence of a godly and _judicious ~ mini8ter is not dreaded, in tiie sick room, by the truly good physician. The Doctor and the clergyman should labor in company. , Life _Soenbs from Mission Fnu.D»: A book of foots and results, the most material and remarkable in Missionary Experience, condensed and arranged for popular us...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

§p Ipk _for the Presbyterian uanner ana Auvocaw. Bible Narratives.—Wo. 31. SEPULCHBE PURCHASED FOB SARAH.—GEN. :_^, 'i _- , ¦ ' , ¦ ¦ ¦ • -' _*y_» _- ' xxm, ' ¦/¦ ¦ . . ¦'¦ ¦¦ 'u _': _- . ' ' •_£ i_^bfanam, at the time of Saian's death, seems to have been dwelling in _Beersheba, twenty-five mile? Sooth-West of Hebron.—- Oomp. Gen; xxii: 19, and verse 2d. In Beersheba, too, we find Abraham three years after this, at the time of Rebekah's arrival from Padan-Aram: (Gen. xxiv: 62,) and here we find Isaac, also, when J acob returned from the same place, a century later.-—Gen. xxxv: 27. Thus, either Abrahani had two places of residence for his large family, and Sarah had gone to the hill, or Northern one, to reside for awhile; or, without holding any special right of pasturage in Hebron, since he had left it shortly before the birth of Isaac, Sarah had by him been, sent thither, seeking purer air, or for some other " equally appropriate purpose. There she died, " arid Abraham- came ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

_^D?E_1_TISIM1NTS T _^NvSJbl_^1 _* S • °* _- EXI£SrgIOir OF, APPOIHTMBKT. - DB. J. W. _SVKJES, ¦ •¦¦ •.. Assooura of-DB. CALVIN M. MTCBt, .will remain at the ST. CLAIR HOTELPittsburgh, Pa., till S ATUBDAY JSVJENIKG, JUNE 20th, where he may be con suited by those wishing to avail themselves of Dr.C.M. Btoh's system _ofi treatment. » The combination of remedial measures adopted by Dr. Fitcli and Dr. Sykes has been fo amply tested, and so abundantly proved to be in practice all that it claims to be ia theury, that its originators do not hesitate to assert, thf tby their system, relief may be obtained in oil cases not absolutely beyond the reach of remedies. By _fliis plan of treatment the advantage of Medicinal and Stbenptrpphic Inhalations is _addfd to that of .appropriate internal remedies, to renovate and sustain the _ttrength of the general system, and these with _sunh mechanical means as the case may indicate, joined to proper attention to exercise, dietbathing, ; friction, ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

__P—JAMES ROBB,No.89 Market Street, _betweeu • Market House and Fifth Street, would call the atteatk: his friends and customers, and all others who mav fa-cr ¦- with their trade, that for the future he will be found af_; New Shoe Store, as above, with an entirely New Sto¦ ¦;¦ Boots, Shoes; Gaiters, Slippers; Palm Leaf, Pedal,Tnstin._ii Braid Hats, Ac; consisting in part of'Gents' Fancy (•--Boots. Congress Gaiters, Oxford TiesAc., 4c; Ladies'. Ji4-and Childrens' Fancy Boots, Gaiters, TSeSj Slips, 4c- k beautiful; BoyB _» and Youths' Dress Boots, Shoes, Ties _v Pnmpsi ¦¦'- ' -: -• ;i '¦• ,¦•¦ ¦ . _4 r His stock Is one of the largeBt ever opened in this dtv.»- embraces everything worn by file ladies of Philadelphia e New York, and, ho trusts,! cannot fail to please all. Gm care has been taken jin selecting the choicest goods, a" which he warrants. ' ' ' '; ; He also continues to manufactureas heretofore, all & _Bcriptions of Boots " and* Shoes, and his Ioiig ezperienee : over...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

_^y ;; ;;; ;. _ipfflil_^4 /;;_- .; Mountain Greetings. Inscribed to Miss M_, J". ' & K.,! Allegheny City. •; . . _;-.";¦ . .-.-<BT H. J.. KEBK. _; . _, ;. I will wake a strain with' a feeble hand, _= To answer 'thy friendly_^tone, For months have pass'd since ,1 told thee last, , Hpwt the-wx)rldfand I;W(Bot oiii:; . , . Sweet May was warming the glade and glen, . ; And Iwithafootstepfree-_^. But a'chab' ge hatli pass'd o'er the earth since then, And"a'eMnge (would fan thinfc?) o'erme. You know how I sang of tKe waterfalls, . And was_^iad of _^ the Summer near, To race and roam through the sounding halls Of the dark old forests here; I tittle-dreamed that ' her joyous lute For others would wake its tone, , , While the fading eye, and the faltering foot Would be_^all—would be all my own. I ween that the Autumn light no more ; Will fall oa my brow again; • I have breathed of the mountain's balmiest store, And the So _' mmer's life in vain; , I heard her-voice on th...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

_ISTERKSTISR _PUBLICATIONS.— The Presbyterian Board of Publication have lately added to their Catalogue tbe following valuable' and interesting books for the Sabbath School and the Family: ,,l. A_.Day .with the Haymakers. .Written for the Board of Publication. 18mo.; pp. 72. Price 15 _cts. % The first,Sabbath Excursion, and its ' Consequences 18mo ',; pp. 72. Price 15 cts. 3. William Bartlett, or the ' .'JBpod " Son; The Contested Seat; Lessons of the Stars; and-Who is the Happiest Girl? ISmo, pp. 1C8. Price 15 and 30 cts..!.. ' .•/ 4. Ijearn to Say K •>, or the City Apprentice. Written, for the Board of _fublicatios. 18mo.} pp. 122. Price £0 and 25 cents. ¦ ;--v . ¦ -¦ ¦•,¦•¦ =• 5. Footprints of Popery, or * Places where Martyrs have Suffered. 18mo.. pp. 177. Price 25 and 30 cts. • f. 6. Rhymes for the Nursery. ISmo, pp. 91;- Price! 20 and 25c_3nts. . ' _¦ ¦ ¦ ' . i < • 7. Select Stories fcr, Little Folks. Compiled by Addle. 18mo.,' pp.216. Price 30 and 35 cts. ' • ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

_iw _4 e I_^_PS The Boys of the Revolution. During the Winter previous to the passage of the Port Bill, closing Boston Harbor,: the youthful amusement of the boys was to build hills of snow on the common, and slide down upon _^em to the _Piad. ' / ' '[ ' . ' ¦ ' ¦ ' . ' ; " ;;;; ' These, hills the English troops destroyed, merely for the purpose of provoking them. Of this injury the boys complained ; but again repaired them; On their return from school, however, they discovered that the soldiers had _again rendered their labor ¦ ¦ vain. _ - _ . " .. _ , ' v , ' , ' ' - A deputation was at once appointed 'to wait on the British captain , and inform him of the conduct of his soldiers, with a request that their amusement might not thus be interfered_^with. The captain declined fetidering them any satisfaction , which consequentiy induced the soldiers to become the more impudent. _; _. In this dilemma they called a council, and appointed a second deputation ,1 composed of some o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

AStx&ylmf. Oh, husbands, husbands! how truly indispensable they are ! How much of the brightness of life may we not trace to'their agency. As I stand , solitary and alone, upon the balcony, gazing upon the thronging crowd belowy I see one _selecting some choice fruit How quick my . heart tells nie , it is for the wife, of whom he is fondly thinking, at home. And another—-how carfully rhe carries that small parcel. That, fajo, is for wife. I don't know that? Likely I don't I See how elastic hisstep is j and his1 face, though careworn; lights up with a smile of real _satisfaction. ¦ In iinagiDation I follow him to his home. It ¦ is a wet night, but the lights gleam brightly out through the shrubbery. How cheering! And wife comes out;to meet him at th 3, porch, in a fresh muslin, with | 'andlittle arms reach up to clasp his neck, and cherub lips exclaim "Papa, 'turn home!" Oh, yes, there are holy shrines in this wicked world of ours, and fragrant flowers cluster round them....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

Maternal Teachers. God stations the mother by the cradle, and bida her yield her hand to guide the uncertain steps of childhood, that man's earliest years may have the presidency and control of one apt to teach, able to direct, and competent to bless him. The _. mother is called to a life of self-sacrifice j and is not this the true notion of life , embodying_^ the highest conception of character ? The greatest the world has known, whom men have _^takeu for thieir Teacher, hath said, "ffle that would be great among you, lethim be the servant of all." Home-life is a toilsome but a benignant ministry: the highest requital'of its service is in the character which isi gaified by its blessed labor. Who does not feel and know that thedivinest agency and force with which we are made acquainted, is character ? A perfectly educated will calms, controls, and directs others. It is higher than intellect, or any form of genius.: It blends the strength ,of _feeliog with the serenity.; of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

A Chile's DEfiNmdN^" Cah; you tell," once said a man to a very little child, ** Can you tell me my dear,:what your soul is? - ' ¦ _-¦¦ ,_^, _-: ¦ •:.= .. . -- r._4>--; = ¦ .. ¦¦_:_! ¦ ' ¦'¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ " ¦ ¦• . ' . ' ¦ • -T ,. " Do you4 suppof_^''" said fh0 !?little pie1 , l_^ inat rdbn't know _what'my soulisiP_, . " Well, lell me, then, if you _knowJ" . ;;; *< Why, my soul is.my think ,--of course," was the reply, _s _; - A Little girl, of five years old, once said to her muther,; ' .* Do you know-when I! feel the happiest ?" Her mother answered, " suppbse_^when you are gdodi '' ;, ;f;"1 _; [ ' ; ' "No," said ihe j "_!but _.wfien I feel; _^yery sorry for hayingibeen naughty,-and God has forgiven me." How _sweetris it-to! be forgiven I ft _Wny, what_.drovje_^_youiftpinshome suet a bitter day as this 5 ?_-"* asked ; a >woman of a poor _littleiboy, shivering and crying* al the corner of a; street. "_^Crbas! wbras , " he _^answered, with the tears streaming down his ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

IT ISM OTA D Y Bi-P RE S IDR\, J. H; EATON, L.L. D.. Union University, _XurfiWi Tennessee, says :M Notwithstanding the irregular n-Mrs. 8. A. Allen's World's Hair Restore*, _c. the _foiij, " of hair ceased, and my grey locks were rertored tr/ original color." _ L " Rev. M. THACHEB, (60years of age.) Pitcher, (W Co., N. Y. J "My hair is now restored to its nature'r ,. and ceases to fall off." REV. WM. CUTTER, Ed. Mother's Magazine, N. T • <v hair is _changed to, its natural color," Ac " " REV. B. P. STOV», D. D.Concord. N. H.: " 3IV hair _a_>= was grey, is now restored to its _uatnral color. ' lc. REV. D_. CLENDENIN, Chicago. 111.: " I can add _cr • timony, and recommend it to my friends " REV. V.JX. WOODMiddletown, Iff. Y.: " My own U- . greatly thickened; also that of one of my family, v.i » _becoming bald." •.., • REV. J. P. TUSTINj Charleston, S. C.: " Tlie -whit-? h • becoming ohviate<_J, and new hair forming," &c. JIEV. A, PRINK, Silver Creek, N. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

« aily in operation at_^th« ' «K_** _S'6_'_^I ^_S _*J_» «»* lam ft Co., Rebecca SW_^_lfeghf_^y _^ °f MeMt8- Suy-^S^^^ _^WWallace; ' - __jlBL_»bertT Street . _Pittshurgh • ¦ _« *^& _^ ___ a »__-_« 1st. The _lwation _isonYoV g inancenients; '_w *° 2d. The m^" on_^_f_™D t s h_tt _n»«ssed healthiness. -_£•UU -_^ ¦_"--_"•*« _ --_^ __y ^__. by rail _^_S_^_J_^^_pitted at M_^ffane:

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

The Little Girl and her Bible. Mr. Hone, in the days of his infidelity, was traveling in Wales on foot, and being rather tired and thirsty, he stopped at the door of a cottage, where there was a little girl seated reading, and whom he asked if she would give him a little water. " O yes, iir," said she, " if you will come in, mother will give you some milk and water/' Upon whieh, he went in and partook of the beverage, the little girl again resuming her seat and her book. After a short stay in the cottage he came out, and thus accosted the child at theNdoor:.," Well, my_^ little, girl, are you getting your task;?" "O no, sir/' she replied, ' . 'I am?reading the'Bible.'* "But," said Mr. Hone,<4 you! are, getting your task out of Wa! Bible_^ top;. "r ;^ O no, sir, it is no,task!for me to read the ' Bible; it is a pleasure." This circumstance had such an effect upon Mr. Hone that he determined to readr the ' ¦ Bible. And he was always afterwards one;of, the formost in liphold...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

D IIOK COL I* EG IATK INSTITUTE, DIXON. ILLINOIS—This Institution, undercharge of the Presbytery of Rock' River, " is now open for the reception of _stndents.. Having a location pleasant, healthful, and easy of accesswith ail able and efficient corps of teachers, it is hoped that it will receive the patronage of the public. For terms'of tuition, board, &c. apply to any member of Rock River Presbytery, or to the President of the Institution, ' REV. W. W. HAR8HA. jy_!2-ly - THE HORSE X-THE ORIENTAL HORSE 'GHAilMBR.—Part.l.. Full directions according to the Oriental Art of taming the _wildest Horse or Colt. Part 2. General Care of the Horse. Part 3. Diseases and their Cure. This is just the booku for the Farmer, Livery Stabler, and for those engaged in teaching the Arabian Art The whole will1 be_^ sent to any partof the United States, (poBt-paid,) for 25 cents; six copies for $1.00. Address - CHARLES J. _ELDRIDGE, my2 _. .8. E. cor. Third-andSyc. Sts., Cincinnati, O. mjEW _PU...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

KIS H AC O Q,U _ILLAS S UMINARTL. 0.6RIER and H. S. ALSXANDEK. Principals.— This Institution is located in _Kif kacoquillas Valley—a. valley noted for'beauty of scenery, and bealthfulness. and as being the homo of Logan, the Indian ' Chief. \ This ' "Seminary affords rare opportunities tomale andfemala pupils, for acquiring a thorough education. ;- • : .1 The studies pursued in both Departments are tbose best calculated to develop the mind, and which have been approved, and are now taught by the most experienced and successful teachers. The students of this Institution are removed as far as possible from temptation, as it is entirely in the country. ¦ ¦ . ¦ <.- ¦ _, . :¦ ¦ .; ;¦ r,. ., ¦ -.. . ; The Principals'not f_>nly devote their entire time to the personal instruction; and comfort of the pupilsbut they are assisted by several teachers, who are eminently qualified, by their ability and skill, for their profession. " ¦ TERMS$55 00,rper Session of five months; $2T ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

_£*y_^m<S°lF'm LAW, a_^d '_Solidrcr t o & _mithfi_^_TOt??_-_'13S _?onr th Street > a*0_T_« to* C0Ilr V ¦^fg eW, Pitt sburgh, Pa. jy5 l v_% '_^_I_^S__-_* A P mR_~MKW -SPR1KG PA** mi_^^ f EBNS *1 -rine TOom _*ndh _all P«P_«r DM?"? _mfdiuniido.; oak_?.and plain pannel ceiling and _ottce. _% w _n fjTet, and flowered bordfra, centre pieces. &e. _^ wau»_paper; alarge _stoek of _transpartat and oil _O khades ¦ ,; E.G. _COCHBA>£_- _w *^ -n. . *?_-6 _federal Street. Alleghenjr r * .- ¦ .v _« --7J83tPe~enced Paper-Hangeis employed. _^ CENTRAL ACADEMY , AT AIRT _VI_«_V •_- Tuscarora Valley, Juniata County, Pa. one-fourt6 •; a mile from the Perrysville Station of _PeunsylvanJs »»sraoa. * Tiie Summer Session will commence on Monday th_? 1 _^ 2f 4pr 2: Wnole expense per session of twentr-two _vttf i M_9~ See Circulars. .. TiAvrn Wjn,e 0_> '_. marl5-ly Vrm_^anMd^^^^Lv_^ l_^. 'wi5, «_l™!^_f_^esbyterian Board of Publicaticn.and esf1 **; 'S_^S-_^ _mS? 8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

ERGW _CITT _COMBESCIAL CO_^IiiCGfi_, AT PITrSBUIWH, PBNNSTtVANIA. Chartered _apbii, 1S55. uiVTT-m A _FACTILTY OF TEN TEaCIlKRS. TWO MUNJJBED _JiJSTD _SEVEX _STUJtJSJVTiS IN DAILY ATTENDANCE, and the School Eapidly Im _reaslng. LARGEST AND MOST THOROUGH COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF THE WES1. THREE SILVER MEDALS Awarded to this _College, by the Ohio, _Michigan, and Penn _sylvimia state Fails, m 1855 and 1856, for the best Business I_^ROVED SYSTEM OF, BOOK-KEEPING, Taught by a practical business man, who published a popular work on Book-keeping as early as 1819. In no other Commercial College is Book-keeping taught by a Teacher having an equal amount of experience in teaching, and Business Practice. _^i;erms,&c. __m Full Commercial Course, time unlimited, - - .--.- $35.00. Average time to complete a thorough Course, 6 to 12 weeks. Can enter at any time—review at pleasure. Boord per week, $2 60 to $3.00. Prices for tuition and: board—healthiest city in the, Union—its great variety ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

BITES OE DISCOUNT. ; ' ; 0OKEBCiK»;:WBi BkliT;;ydB " i THIs;'3PAiP_«E. , - ' _PBIJKSTI.yA»IA. _, KBW'jrBKSBT*;i»_BLA.WABk. Bankaof Pittsburgh, par All solvent banks, % Banks of _Ptiladelphis_, psr ; ;vx|toiiriA. Ban* of _CMmfefsliiirg, U £_& _sblvsnt banks, % _5ank of _Qettysburg, M wouth oab_^liha ' Bank of Newcastle, g AU solTeat banks, _-¦;¦ ! Erie bank, . if SOTTTH _CAEOtlSA Ewrm. & _iroT.WayneBb'l, % All _Bolvent banks, 2 S?ranklin bk. Washington, p*r GEORGIA. Harrisburgbank, _, _K AH _solveniWiikB_, . 8 _Honesdale bank, , % . TTCTiKiiRBiss _%si&zrm - - : ¦ t*k_^szsF.- . Relief Notes, M KEHTUOKT. AU other solvent banke, par _AU solvent banks, % OBIO. ISDiANA. State bank, and branches, % Statebank and _brancbei, % All Other _solyent banks, % MIS8OTJBI. NEW BNOI>A»S. Bank of State of Missouri, % AH solvent banks, _J_^ • WiSOOSSIK. NEW TOHK. -, M«. * Fire Ins.Co.checks, 6 Rinr YorkCSlry,., ' , par MIOHIOAH. " Country, _% All solvent banks, 8 MAEYiA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 30 May 1857

fl_^FF'S nSBCa'Il'I'lIi'K _UVUlim**JE§ IP ! PHILOHALEV _THIRD STREET, •» " ¦ '¦; .:.- ¦ • ' _PiTTSBTJRSH, PENNA. Founded in: l840,; Wd incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania,, with perpetual charter. -... : _' The largest College of the kind in Hat United _SSatesI 1 BOARD OF TRtXSTEES His Kxcellency,. the Hon. ' James " Buchanan, President of th» United States. Hon Judge _Wiikins, _Honi Charles Naylor Hon. Judge Hampton, Cteneral; J.K.Moorhead,v Hon. Judge Lowrio • ¦:;¦ ¦ . i.. :-- •:•; . ¦ ¦ . !¦>.:-.-:_>, . -¦¦_j ;. _President of tbe Facul_^r—P.DtrFF,'anthor of thef North American Accountant." ,. The Faculty includes five Professors _cf Book-keeping, and from eight to ten other Professors and Lecturers, including one of the best, Penmen in the United States. Abont 4,000 students have completed their Commercial educatto_*- in this Institutionlarge numbers of them now among the most successful and honored merchants in the country..... "' ... " ;, '' iV " . '...

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