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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

Washington, D.C.—Bev. John C. Smith, D. D., coujpleteffj-oti'SaWtB _before last, his 21st year as pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church in this city, and his 28th ye_^_Jt _f _^'distrjct. Eight hun_? djtftdcomtnunioaute; have lew* aided under his pa* totate, beifljg an almost exact ratio with the increase of population. His successful _rafoisjjry has witnessed an increase in the population of Washiogton from 20,000 to now 61,400. Churches have doubled in number. When he commenced the erection of the Assembly's Church in 1852, ao Protestant church had beeti built for several years, but in the past eight years twenty odd churoh enterprises have been carried out, with accommodations for ten thousand additional persons, and the value of ohureh property has been advanced five-fold. A prosperous ministry, truly, Kev. A. G. Cabothers.—light years ago, the Assembly's Church had its corner stone laid. In this time, the denomination has increased to 8 churches, dotting their. " sittings.W...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

FOBEI_0N. Beligious Anniversaries in Geneva.—From Monday; Jane, 18th, to the 20th, the anniversaries of the leading religious societies occupied the attention of the public. Theyare the Bible, Missionary, Evangelical, and Protestant Societies, and the Evangelical Alliance. Merle D'Aubigne and F. Monod took a prominent part. The Theological School, under D'Aubigne and _Gaussen, has 44 students,- and is in a flourishing condition. Hayti—While threatened at home, the Pope h2_fe succeeded in re-establishing his spiritual power in an American country, where for many years it had appeared to be entirely extinct. The new President of Hayti has concluded a concordat which gives to that country, for the first time, a fully organized hierarchy. The comments of the Ilaytien press on this event are rather humiliating for the court of Rome, ¦which, however, has undoubtedly had most of its demands complied with. It must now soon appear whether the Roman Church in Hayti has still strength enough...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

_TNGHAM _tTNIVERSlTY , . Lero_*, Few Yohk. bll mh, \8_etmnal Tem ¦be «^s Wednesday, _Septem. Board and Tuition , per term, - - $75.00 mSSt^^^^L _^ ^^0O_»- t_^ _?_s_^g?e _r_?_VT _-_^ _^ _mmmm partmentsj with partial or _**&&%%££_,_*£££_? _HsTWSS _SJSLSSSSSi _hI_™_S ' m hope of a noblerfuture of permanent and _tCSSTus _?fu _^ess 'Its «im - .and - scope-to furnish a _tion fnf _« ' „ P iCn0 _^ and e^«iaHy a Christian educapense? ***&***] at the smallest practicable exnronprt!, 11 _^_- _^a _^Pta «<>°» accessiblenessatod every _5mv_^ 3O tliaC _^L _?R0Y is J ustly desirable, aad weU P1 ^"' as the site of ourFniversity. 1a5\,}™POr _£nt ' J hotish _kot _^dispensable, that scho-^mau^^_sSed!^^^^^'8 ™*3 ** . _-• ¦ s SAMUEL HkNSON COX, Chancellor. Leroy, 'August 15th, 1860. ' . 745-5t. _EITTETOpFSE A€_ADE]ffiy t _BnfSh _™d _P_^cf _^chool-in the City Institute _Eighteenth street , third door above Chestnut The next session will commence on Monday, Sep. 3d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

Mtwi M 111 Will vmLAMivmA city, r The Waterworks'Extension.—This work in progress, at Eairmount, is we|l worth a visit. Five ste&m engines are employed some of them day and nighty in draining the coffer dam, in.pile_^driving and in hoisting _^ Four large _pumips are needful in "order to keep the works clearof the water; which rushes in rapidly through the _pofbui_^ soil, especially' at 'high stages of the tide. As mucfi as a million and a half of gallons of water are dis'_$iarged in the 24 hours. The extension will embrace11 three turbine wheels to drive the same number of, pumps. They will be placed just beneath what was _(ormerly and what will again be the walk to the pleasure house overlooking the Schuylkill dam. This walk will be the top of a substantial and beautiful cut-stone structure, the north side of which is already completed, and with its three tasteful arches_^gives promise of a well-proportioned, . durable and, graceful building, when finished. ' i ° Kill...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

_TVTEW PUBLICATIONS iM ¦ ¦ _' ¦ '. ¦ ., OF SMITH, ENGLISH & CO., Booksellers, Publishers and Importers, No. 23 North Sixth Stbeet, Philadelphia. ¦ ' : ' : '¦ : . ' " I. FLEMING'S VOCABULARLY OF _PHILOSOPHY.— A _Vocabulary of Philosophy; Mental, Moral and Metaphysical; with Quotations and References for the use of Students. By William Fleming, D. D., Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow. From the Second revised and enlarged London Edition, with Introduction, Chronology of the History of Philosophy brought down to 1860, Bibliographical and Analytical Index, Synthetical Tables, and other additions by Charles P. Kkauth, D.D. 686 pp. Large 12mo. Cloth, $1.75. - H. HENGSTENBERG ON ECCLESIASTES.—Commentary on the Book of Ecclesiastes. To which, are appended, Treatises on the Song of Solomon; on the Book of Job; on the Prophet Isaiah; on the Sacrifices of Holy Scripture; and on the Jews and the Christian Church. ByE. W. HengstehbeeGjD.D. Translated by D- W. S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

Erie Presbytery on _Futiueation.—The subject; > of the collection of funds for the General Assembly's Publication Committee, and the circulation of the tissues of said Committee within the bounds of this ¦Presbytery, was taken up—on which it was B Besolved, 1st. That George A. Lyon, D. D., and Bhoraas T. Bradford, ministers, and i>. S. Clark, el-^pr , be a committee to have the general supervision ¦ f the Publication cause in behalf of this Presbytery, Wto receive and disburse moneys collected in our ' churches for this purpose, and to da whatever they t may deem proper for the promotion of the design of I their appointment, and to report annually to Prefcby-I tery at ita autumnal meeting, on the whole matter hereby given them in charge. Resolved, 2d. That it be recommended to all pur Churches to take up a collection for the Publication oause in October next, and pay it in to the Presbytery's Committee, who shall transmit one half of the same as a donation to the Ass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

. . ' —; s Septenaber 11, I860. Ebv. J. W_», Mbars / . \ Dear Sir,—'You will find, enclosed above two dollars to pay ray subscription to the American Presbyterian for one year in advance. When my paper is paid in advance, then I know it belongs to~»ra. I-b&vff a ctraiplei&-*_itt_# of the Presbyterian from its commencement, except Nos. .-.-and — of this year. TTqu will confer a favor by sending those numbers. I am rejoiced to find our organ of the New School getting to tie better sustained. We should have thbpitefa/ beU paper, and ihe best supported,. MM all who love our branch should lend a helping hand. Short, pointed, and interesting accounts from our churches in reference to the Lord's doings with them would, we think, give additional interest to the American Presbyterian. This is the age of telegraphs and utilitarianism, and this, in Its highest and spiritual sense, should characterize our religious press. May the great Head of the church prosper you. With grea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

KURTZ'S TEXT-BOOK OF CHURCH HISTORY. LINDSAY & BL AKISTON_, Philadelphia, hare now ready a a'JSXT-BOOK OF CHUKCH-HISTORY, for Students. Translated from the German of John Henry KurtzB. D., Professor of Tlreology at Dorpatauthor of "A Manual of _Saered Histoiy"—"A History «r the Old _CoTenant"—"The Bible and Astronomy," eic. Volume One to the Keformation now ready. Price One Dollar and Fifty Cento. Volume Two to the Present Time preparing. .„•_*_«»' «« The present edition of the Text-Book of Cbnrch History is-to some extent-a reprint of the Edinburgh Translation. But as that _tranriatioa, avowedly, tampered with the original _««_£«««> been taken in this edition to make the rendering conform strictly toIU8 a pr_#erS toa add thatwhiM the "•*-££-*_£» _~ edition of the original-which was published within the last three m Thf* merits of this work, which the reader-rBl please notice is the _nnS'sText-Book of Chnrch Historyare bo odious, that they n_^d _boTL prfnteZut in de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

Oreail_^Ott, Ii. I.—A special meeting of Long Islattd Presbytery was held at Greenport on the 21st of Auguat to install Rev. Edward Stratton as Pastor of the church. He was reoeived from the Presbytery of _Catskill, and accepted the unanimous call to become the pastor of this Important church, in the large and rapidly growing village at the eastern terminus of the Long Island Railroad. The installation Bervkes were as follows: Invocation and reading of the Scriptures, by the Eev. Henry J. Aokery of Greenportj prayer by the Bev. John Keid, of FranklinvUle j sermon by the Bev. Epher Whitaker, of Southold; constitutional questions by the Moderator, Rev, Mr. Eeid; charge to the pastor by the Rev. Carson W. Adam_% of Thoinpsonville_, Ct., formerly of Greenport_; charge to the people, by the Kew _Dauiej _^^Q _rJ of Shelter Island j prayer by the Kev. _Jaa. T. Hamlin_, of MattituckT benediction by the pastor. The singing was under the direction of S. Wells Phillips, Esq., who presided at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

The Church in Riehland, Miohigan, riiniemiles north-east of Kalamazoo, has prospered under the care of Rev. Milton Bradley, who has been its pastor for several years; Withinthe year they have felt encouraged to"arise and build," and they have now nearly completed a new house of worship, which; will coat _aBout seven thousand dollars. They expect to occupy it about the first of January.—Evangelist. ' _^ _Southoia, 3f. * 3_T.—Kine years ago, Rev. Epher Whitaker beoarae the pastor of this church, and by the grace of God still continuea his labors; The net gain of church members has been fourteen per cent. Of benevolent contributions, three hundred per cent_, eince Ms iuftfoillafton. The average _ags of _ohuroh m_^ejg_.j^«»^>^ ^»^ ^^"»^i J_^u - -_" _uiiii Bfhe fitat eighf years of his pastorate it was more than sixty-three years. The people have increased the salary and, also, enlarged and greatly improved the _par sonage. It is now worth twice as much as it was nine tears ago....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

PLEASANT RESPONSES FROM SUB _SCKfiEES. We give the following as a specimen of the cheering responses we receive from our subscribers, and of the evidence that oar labors for their good do not fail of appreciation. ,.,ye hope that many who may not have time for the verbal expression of their feelings, wii_£ imitale >th^'tto i' by which, in this case, pur ; 'correspondent prefaced his letter. It is a Very expressive tnfl satisfactory demonstration;' ¦ 'of approval; Oar correspondent's _soggestions, at the close of his letter, are pertinent and valuable. We commend them to such of our readers as may, from time to time, come into possession of facts which would be interesting to our church and the religious public generally.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

The Latest by the Jura. The weather Has. been'fine throughout England, and the harvest prospects were promising. This favorable change was exercising a buoyant influence on funds and cotton. ,, ; - A telegram from, Naples, dated the 6th inst., announces that Garibaldi and his forces were afc Salern0, and their immediate arrival at Naples was confidently expected, and the King of Naples was to leave the same day for Gaeta. . Eight Sardinian frigates were in the bay of: Naples with two regiments aboard. The British steamer Oswell, which was taken by the Garibaldians, had been re-captured by a British war steamer. More _mos8acres are reported to have been committed at Balbec and other places.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

OffBOWJr GKUBGH. Rev. B. R. Fairchild, D. D., has resigned the Secretaryship of the American and Foreign Christian, _Tlaion, and accepted the call of the First Presbyterian ohuroh of Montgomery, Orange county, N. Y., of which he was formerly pastor, and at which place lie desires his friends &nd correspondents ' to address him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

FINE _GROCEitlES _AHD TEAS. _/ THOMPSON BLACK & SON, N. W. CORNER OF BROAD AND CHESTNUT STREETS, Philadelphia, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fine Teas, Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Fruit, Spices, Pickles, Preserves, and evary variety of choice 1'amiiy _QiracerieB. ;, . _^B_~ Goods delivered in any part of ,the city, cr packed securely for the country. . ' ... " ..,.'..-: sep20-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

Bower ' s Medicated Figs are an efficient remedy tor all derangements of the bowels, habitual cosuveness, sick and nervous headache, dyspepsia, piles, &c. Persons of sedentary life should always use them. They are reliable and safeand do not debilitate, and can be taken at all times without inconvenience: They contain no mercury. Pleasant to the taste. One fig has a laxative effect, while two, figs are sufficient to produce an active purge. Prepared only by 6. Cf" Bower, Sixth and- Vine, and sold by leading druggists l Price per box is 37? cents.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

JAMEgf E. WEBB, TEA DEALER AND FAMILY GROCER, 223 S. Eighth St., BEi.ow _WAiUTOTi Phila., Has for sale a large and varied assortment of fine Teas, Coffees, and choice Groceries for Family use. Ks" Order8 by matt promptly attended to, and Goods carefully packed and forwarded. . .. aug30-ly. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

ONE PRICE CLOTHING (604 Market Street) made . in the latest styles and best manner, expressly for retail sales. The lowest selling; price is marked in plain figures on each article, and never varied from. AH goods made to order warranted satisfactory, and at the same rate as ready-made Our oiie price system is strictly adhered to, as we believe this to be the only fair way of dealing, as all are thereby treated alike. - JONES & CO., 604 Market _st, Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

The Churches in Washington City.—These churches have been very active in making improvements in their edifices this summer. Those on Bev. John 0. Smith's, and Bev. Byron Sunderland's churches, are nearly completed, and the congregation hope soon to enter again upon their regular worship.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

HALSTED & STILES, v 52 AKD 54 MURRAY STREET, KEW" YORK. Importers and Jobbers of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. VE8TING8, and every Style and Quality of Goods used by Clothiers and Merchant Tailors for Men and Boys' wear aug30lyr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 20 September 1860

Moot PHILIPS—EVANS—Ons the lOtK _instj by the Bev. Thos. Brainerd, D. D-, Lewjis. Philips, M. p., to Miss Caroline Evans. ¦ . •¦ . -, -

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