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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

A Child's Example. - ftOl dear grandmother," said a little boy as he kissed his new-born sister that lay in her arms, " I must never be naughty any more, now we've got this baby. For you know, if I am naughty, she'11 learn to be naughty of me, and that will be bad for mother." The good grandmother, perceiving the force of the argument, strove to deepen it in the child's mind. He gazed earnestly at the faee of the babe, and wonderingly felt its tiny hands arid feet, till its beauty and helplessness seemed to call forth an overflowing tenderness. When his mother approached, he ran to meet her, and, clasping Ms arms around her knees, exclaimed, passionately, " Mother, Mother, give me that baby _»for my: _'0wn " _.?"::- ": _'_- '-v_* ¦ .-. ¦¦ - . ¦ -.:-,:.• -. _- ,•¦> . • Not immediately comprehending his state of feeling_; she made some inquiries. But all the answer she could obtain was the repetition, ' ¦ \ " '"' ;i.. ' ..; " ' ' '. . • ' "Oj mother I say it shall be my bab...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

for ttae Presbyterian Banner and Advocate Creek Presbytery---irariative of the State of Religion. KOWETAH , OrEEK _NATTOft , ) March 23_^ 1857. J: The Committee_^ of the Creek Presbytery, now in Session at this place, appointed to give an account of the State of Religion within the bounds of this Presbytery, report as follows: . FirstDuring the past, year, the Gospel has been more? extensively if preached than formerly, there being four regular places of preaching in the vicinity of the Tallahassee church, two in that of Kowetah, and three in the region of the Seminole church; besides many other places which have been occasionall y visited , and the Gospel preached. In many places the attendance on Divine worship has been large, and in some quite solemn. Some who sat in heathenish darkness, have heard the Gospel. Some who were opposed to Christianity, have had their prejediees removed , and are now either seeking, or have already found peace in believing on Jesus. In the vicinit...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_nTJSRKSTISfi PUBLIC _ASIOSS.-M. The Presbyterian Board of Publication have lately added to their Catalogue the following valuable and interest ing books for the Sabbath School and the -Family: . : - . .. 1. A Day with the Haymakers. Written for the Board of Publication. ' 18mo.pp. 72. Pricelocts. •; . ._r - . ¦ 2. The First Sabbath Excursion, and its Consequences 18mo., pp. 72. Price 15 _cts. r.f: >. • .. » ..-..- ¦¦ 3. William_s Bartlett, or the Good Son; The Contested Seat; Lessons of the Stars; and Who is the Happiest Girl?" _ISmoypp. 108. Price 15 and20 cts. ., ,r 4. Learn to Say N _i, or the City Apprentice. Written for the'Board of Publication_^ 18mo _^ pp.122. Price 1» and 25 cents. ' ¦ . ¦ - -• ' ¦ ¦• -. ¦ • . .'. - ¦ - ¦:. ,. ,- , ..;¦. .•:- . ' 5. Footprints of Popery, or _PIbcos where Martyrs have Suffered. 18mo., pp. 177. Price 25 and 30 _cts. i ; 6. Rhymes for the Nursery. 18mo-, pp. 91. Price 20 and 25 cants. ' • •' - • '. ¦:-•-. ¦ ..-.-• ¦ .. •¦ . ;¦ . ¦ " :...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

iaxmluanig Amy, Or How to Take medicine. Little Amy was sick. She tried all day not to be sick, because she did not like to take medicine. But by four o'clock, she laid her head in her mother's lap, and said, "I sick, mother/' Her mother bathed her head, warmed her feet, and put on her little new night-gown. Then she placed her in Sarah's arms, while she went down stairs. " Has she gone to get some medicine, do you think, Sarah ?" asked Amy. "O yes," said Sarah, " nice, _good doctor's stuff, not bad at all to take, Amy." Amy laid her head on Sarah s shoulder, wishing what _garah said was true. Presently her mother came back, with a wine-glass in her hand. " Is it bitter, very ?" asked the little girl. " No," cried Sarah; " it is Bweet—it is good." " Mother, is it bitter, and bad to take ?" asked Amy. " Yes my ohild, it is bitter; but not bad to take if you make up your mind to take it, like a good ohild." Amy had rather know the truth than be . . ¦ " Sarah, it is wicked to c...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

ABTIETISEMINTS npo _comsrjiPTivEs, asd other li INVALIDS. _ ¦:. ¦ :-_; , i . -,_; ¦ -.. " -, . . ,,;; . ¦ ,,- • _BXTBNSIOIt 01 _APPOIHTMEN!! TO _JUtTlS. DB. J. W. SYKBS, : ASSOCIATE OF DR. CALVIN M. FITCH will remain at the ST. CLAIR HOTEIiPittsburgh, Pa., till SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 18thwhere he may be congnlted by those_; wishing to avail themselves of Dr. CM. Fitch's system of treatment. The combination of remedial measures adopted by Dr. Fitch and Dr. Sykes has been so amply testedand so abundantly proved to be in practice all that it claims to be in theory, that its originators do not hesitate to assertthat by their system, relief may be obtained in all cases not absolutely beyond thereaeh of remedies. By this plan of treatmentthe advantage of Medicinal and Sthenotrophic Inhalations is added to that of appropriate internal remedies, to renovate and sustain- the itrength of the general system, and these with such mechanical means as the case may indicatejoined to proper atte...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

IT IS ROTA DTEI-PRlSlBf J. H. EATON, L.L. B., Union University, _MnrfefJ Tennessee, says,: "Notwithstanding the irregular " . ' Mrs. 8. A. Allen's World' s Hair Restorer, &c the ta£ of hair ceased,/and my grey locks were restored to • ' original color. " Jl " Rev. M. THACHER, (SO years of age,) Pitcher, CW Co _^ N.Y._i "My hair is now restored to its nature' and ceases to fell off." "'..' . _' ¦ "_^ REV. WE CUTTEREd. Mother's Magazine, X. r • - hair is changed to its natural color," Ac REV.B._tP.STO?fB,D.D _^ Concord.N.H.: "%fcair _^ was grey, is now _restored to its natural color,"' _£<• REV. D. CLBNDENIN, Chicago, III.: « I can ada mtimony, and recommend it to my friends. " REV. D. T. WOOD, Middletown, N. Y.: « MyoTt. v greatly thickened ; also that of one of my family, _._t becoming bald." " ~ REV. J. P. TUSTINCharleston, S. C.: "The white fc becoming obviated, and new hair forming," ic. REV. A. FRINK_, SUver Creek, N. Y.: "It has pr,-. _« a good effect on my hai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

T|IXO VI CO I. I.E_6UTE INSTITUTK, JLP- DIXON. ILLINOIS.—This Institution, undercharge of the Presbytery of Rock Riveris now open for the reception of students. Having a location pleasant, healthfnland easy of accesswith an able and efficient corps of teachers, it is hoped that it will receive the patronage of the public. For terms of tuition, board, Ac, apply to any member of Rock River Presbytery, or to the President of the Institution, REV. W. W. HARSHA. mm ¦¦ ¦ • _¦ • ' ¦ - ¦¦ • • ¦ ¦ .¦= ¦ TH E HORSE 1—THE ORIENTAL HORSE CHA&MER, —Parti. 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 book for. the FarmerLivery Stablerand for those engaged in teaching the Ar»bian Art. The whole will be sent to any part of the United States, (post-paid,) for 25 cents; six copies for $1.00. Address - • . _, CHARLES J. ELDRIDGE, my2 S. E. cor. Third and Syc. Sts., Cinci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_SMITHSONIAN HOUSE, rr-r_ _^BROADWAYCORNER OF HOUSTON STREET, NY Onthe same Block with NiWo 's Garue%!andSjitoSt * -.' ¦ ¦ _> • ¦¦¦ . • Thomas' Church. •>¦¦, ON THE EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN PLAN_^ AT OPTION ... , Rooms 50 cents to $3.00 per day. : *M_«ALS EX1RA AT ALL HOURS, AND AS ORDERED; ; ; Or, $2.00 per day for Rooms and Board. tn_^Jn ^™_°*':*hi ?.tt<Wsei8 one of the coolest and best ven-. mh21-3m * ' a " _S_^y_^PH^*1 ?*™1 * SON95 _BlAttKKT Sfivelm^^ _^_S 11 ' * ealersin _Walches; _JewBlryy aa_* ¥»°S:y,4^® KMWK. MILLS.-THRHTT«_ * _«,,.i * _^^_rJS _man_^Jacturing Portable Flour _MiUa i_* It, j _fiit ey can • l'< drivei1 by "team, water, or hor8^»W my9-3m _sj,,.., w. W. WALLACE, _Z== jlgjjberty Street, Pittsburgh. _^IIjASSICAI. AKin m«r«» _»„ ~

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

KISHACOQtJILLAS SEMISARYL. G. GRIER and H. S. ALEXANDER, Principals. — This Institution is located in KIskacoqnillas Valley—a valley noted for beauty of scenery, and healthfulness. and as being the home of Logan, the Indian Chief.: This Seminary affords rare opportunities to male and female pupils, for ac quiring a thorough education. _: .!:,. ._'•.»?;, \"_. The studies pursued in both Departments are those brat calculated to develop the: mind, and which have been approved, and are now taught by the moat 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 only devote their entire time to the personal instruction and comfort of the pupils, but they are assisted by several teacherswho are eminently qualified, bv their abilitv and skill, for their- _urofession. ' .» _^ - TERMS, $5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

FOBilA B BATH SCHOOLS. BlBl* «^_Wi AND F AMILY IN_^RUCTION-?*of _- u 3 _mP?* ' * Notes <m John, new edition. '¦•¦¦¦: k- --I*¦.¦ ¦¦¦:¦ ft <._'_^- ' ; " - _' • :. - Ml«*»ndLuke , newedi_*B c ^^^t*ookspn _o»e same, _^terweaving the _SS' OnMark andliuke « each 150 " nii _ij. or, the two volumes bound in one. 2.25 * °_^ha _i y** 1_* Catechism also annexed, l-_» ' ,_^ f hey _^HU be fo rwarded to any _addregg, if orders^" _-•_'-' -¦i »^. »• ' ¦ » _.„ • ¦ ¦ -: " ' JAMES A. IKWIS-., .:. , ,rres. Board of Colportage , St. Clair St. Pi«si_' _= - _s ' . ,. JOHN S. DAVISO-. >¦ . . .. 65 Market Street, PittsbBp-«,_«_,?«. WM. S. RESTOCK rea-tf __ st _qj_^_jj. gtreet Pitt?_botj_> _SLm_^_J_^118 Fourth _Street above tlie co_^ _1%X_[ _A^*_VP;AP-BSR—HKW SPRING V& _^_Wjjf<. SI-TERNS. —Fine room and haU Paper Ha»?-T amium.d{|.;_, ,oak and plain panne! ceiling and offi«r: SIlfgHand flowered borders, centre pieces&\,l ; Wall Paper; a large stock of tra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

I ROW CITY COMMERCIAL _COTiUBHAU., AT PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. Chartered _Aprh, 1855. HAVING A FACULTY OF TEN TEACHERS. TWO HUNDRED AND SEVEN STUDENTS m DAILY ATTENDANCE, and the School Rapidly Increasing. LARGEST AND MOST THOROUGH COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF THE WEST. THREE SILVER MEDALS Awarded to this Collegeby the OhioMichiganand Penn sylvania State Fairsin 1858 and 1856, for the best Business and Ornamental Writing. • IMPROVED 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. ¦ ' ¦ TERMSAc. Full Commercial Course, time unlimited, - - - - $36.00. Average time to complete a thorough Course6 to 12 weeks. Can enter at any time—review at pleasure. Board per week $2.50 to $3.00. Prices for tuition and board—healthiest city in the Union—its great variety of businessmake it the...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

RATES W 1HSC0UNT. 00BRK0TBD WEEKLT TOB THIS PAPIE. PENNSYLVANIA. 1SBW JBBSBT ft _DELAWABB Banks of Pittsburgh, par All solvent banks, } _j Banks of Philadelphia, par VIRGINIA. Bank of Ohambersburg_, Ujm solvent banks. M Bank of Gettysburg, 14 -lire™ njanTTWi BankofNewcartle, SAUBolTentDanks, 3 Brie bank, ft SOOTH OABOliIirA-»rm. & _iJroy.- _aynesb', _| | All solvent bankB, _i % Franklin bk. Washington, par QKOBaiA. HamsBurg bank, }_& All solvent banks, 8 Honesdale bank, M tkvntjssh-m BankoifWai_^, _Iah._^ _>_vTtf _' a York bank _g All solvent bank_», 4 Relief Notes % _KENTlTOEr. _All other solvent banks, par All solvent banks, % OHIO. IHBXANA. State bankand branches, % State bank and branches, % All other solvent banks, _j_| ; _MISSOtJBI. new ENGLAND. Bank of State of Missouri, % All solvent banks, % WI800NSIN. NBWTOJIK. ! Mar. * Kre Ins. Co. checks, 5 New York _City, par; •'BUOHIOAH. «« Country, J_^ AU solvent banks, 8 _MAKYLAJTD. OASABA. Baltimore, par All...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_peto . '.The GMLdhood of Jesus. In the green fields of Palestine, By its fountains and its rills, - And by the sacred Jordan's stream, And o'er the Tine-clad Mils, f Once liveS and roved the fairest child, That ever blessed the earth; , The happiest, the holiest, That e'er had human birth. How _betfutiM _^ his childhood was! , Harmless and undefiled; 1 0" , dear to his young mother's heart, Was this pure, sinless * child. Kindly in air his deeds and words, And gentle as the dove: Obedient, affeotionate, ( His very soul was love. * O, is it not a blessed thought, * Children of human . 'birth, , That once theSaviour was a child, And lived upon the earth ?

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

DU FF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGEi PHILO HALL, THIRD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PENNA. Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual charter. Thelargest College of _tte Mnd in the United Slates! BOARD OF TRUSTEES, His Excellency, the Hon. James Buchanan, President of the United States. Hon Judge Wilkins, Hon. Charles Naylor Hon. Judge Hampton, General J. K. Moorhead, Hon. Judge Lowrie. ;: " ¦ ' }'"¦'"' _Prrsidentof the Faculty—P.DUFF, author of tlie''North American Accountant. " -' ' The Faculty includes five Professors of Book-keeping, and from eight to ten other Professors and Lecturers, including one of the best Penmen in the United States.. About 4000 students have completed their Commercial education in this Institution, large numbers of them now among the most successful and honored merchants in the country. Pamphlet Circulars, with _srecimens of our Penman ' s writing, mailed free to all parts of the country. ' _, ,'- Students have access to a libra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_-_«r,«.»_._»_. m, .,,a,h. b it i n »S' MANUFACTURERS , & WHOLESALE AND _BEIAII • ¦ ¦- ¦ ¦ ¦' - ¦:¦• ¦ ¦;¦ ..! c DEALERS. _»o.S2 North SECOND Street,above Market, Philaaelf iS _sS_^^r _™* _* _^ _^P68 * _* and l»st assortment of PLAISFANCY BLINDS of any other estaSlishmeDt in the _fc; States. -...... ... : ¦ _,.:' '. Or REPAIRING promptly attended to. Gtre us a_i and satisfy yourselves... ' feS-5 _€ " '" .OXi!iB: »S, . _»r»S KNVSSIiOFK MANUFAf .TORY, 65J_5 South FOURTH Street, below CS_^: .-^' ¦ _¦ ¦ ¦•] ' '- " ¦ PHILADELPHIA! Envelopes, Die Sinking and Engraving, Dies _Altewf _velopea Stamped with Business Cards. _Homoeopatcif t? 0J ®^_f sealed _a ?a JP1 *ttt«| _d directions . Paper BagtJ«t«? culturists , groeera, &c, for putting up garden bm_* * _JJJJC0_CCW6S * . _PRINTING of all kinds, vlx: Cards, Bill-Hseii , c culars. ¦¦ , _' ¦ "• ENGRAVING ofVisittng and Wedding; Oawte w®' ' velopesto JBt .exactly, of the finest English, Fkb_^15 American paper. _^telopeslinade...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

-VMTS INVITE THE _ATTENTION OF WM thepublictothe .,... . .: ,,-. ¦ _. . PHILADELPHIA HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS 8T0R1, where: may be found a large assortment of all kinds o Dry Goodsrequired in furnishing a house, thus _savina the trouble usually experienced in hunting such _BrMdctt In various places. In consequence of our giving our attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of _dresi and fancy goodswe can guarantee our prices and styles to .be the most favorable in'the market. -~ ' ¦¦ • -•¦ • _• ¦-• IN LINEN GOODS -i we are able to give perfect satisfaction, being the oldisi _sstablishid Linbn Ssosx ix tax cur, and having been for more than twenty years regular importers from some of_^the best manufacturers In Ireland. We a large stook of ' ,: . .. . FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, of the best .qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowes prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Tiokin_», Damask Table Clothsand .Napkins, ToweDJnki. KanerR _Huckabacs, Table and Piano Covers, _Daina...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_JU SCHOOL FOR BOYS-Mom,_? T JS "AJ *DIBTO Penna-E L. MOORE,1!_m_*Su_%' Lancaste'- County, onl_/_asS _^_L_^_ZZS™*^**™^ n ad _, »««*»• «uw individual _ffition y a «»'nmodated, 5| . It . i9 _eaeily accessible from _^ My point _fcy _^ Sr,fa _^ ,and _ughrK^^ ^^^.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

BOO K AND JOB PRINTING, * _" subscriber, being provided with Stea m ? ¦ Pressesand a great variety of Printing Types and r« tores, is prepared to execute every description "»<¦ PamphletsCardsBillsLabels, Ac. _- Blank Deeds, Blank Books Paper and Stationary on hand. J. T. _SHRtrr_? 11 No. 84 Fiftn Street, Gazette Br=?" _^H.VER PLATED WARE ^—- _^ ™ Manufactured 5>? ! JOHN O. MEAD & SONS T The oldest and most experienced _elbctbo su.rn-United States. i: _TEA SETS AND URNS, PITCHERS. GOBLETS, TUREENS, *c, &c, OF The most elaborate and richest patterns in America. HMO, SPOONS, FORKS. LADLES, FRUIT, TEA AND T KNIVES, ETC. Ii: No. 15 South Ninth Street, above Chestnut . . Near the Girard _Hofe _se2My*.: Pjfladfel

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

CKNTB.AX. ACADEMY , AT AIK_^v1 _^ Tuscarora Valley, Juniata County, Pa., one-fo_^V amfle from the Perrysville Station of Pennsy _lvsC * raod. ,_$ The Summer Session will commence on _Monday *ei *< of April. Whole expe nse per session of tweniy-t_*0 . ?*, for Board, RoomTuition, washing and Incidentals*!33 -' able one-half in advance. J9- See Circulars. DAVID W_»_¥h marl6-ly Principal and Proprietor, Port Bfg?i> _PRKSBTTEHIAS BOOK ROOMS. ' *| _^ ««r_^D _^ Bitot y_^8Mw_^ellfurnished with aU ***_%_& Smf?l ^™8b y teri _an3_oard ofPublication a nd*_f _^ with thow that are suitable for Sabbath School U**_j There is also a good supply of nearly 400 additional w_" ._^ _%ted with special cSeVfroKe numerous _p*W*_#i of.the Massachusetts 8.8. Society, mCt- -* _menc*» Union. Pli ¦ ¦¦ .•- ¦" _^ _t Ordersfromany part of the country will be pr_^L _^ tended to by addressing the subscriber. Money »w _** _,»y mail at our risk. BOjr Tl T _~ ' r. ' - " JAMES A. Jl_^_J*1 '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

WW. WALLACE. _« STEAM MARBLE WORKS. 319,321, and 323 Liberty Street, opposite _Smitlif _. ' PITTSBURGH, PA. : " Monuments, Tablets, and Grave-stones «I«avs, Furniture and Wash-stand Tops end ImposingSto-,5 ' by machineryin less time and better styles th, ' done by mere manual labor. Particular attention? the manufacture of : MARBLE MANTELS, of which we have generally on hand, in eur Slant* ' • ¦ a large variety of beautiful patterns, made of the _p!r _eign and Domestic Marble. Builders and propt r;v ""' are invited to examine onr stock of Mantels, an »„ goaded that after doing so, and learning our pr_^H "':, upwards,) hundreds of persons who now consider,,' yond their means, will be unwilling to remain lot - out purchasing one or more. They are an orns_^r room, are always neat, require no paint, and caSTu fire. ¦ ' ¦ ' Hearth-Stones made to order. Oar stock is the largest in the West; and beinc- 1-tured by the aid of machinery, is worthy the _attC purchasers. Orders filled with di...

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