ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 15,802 items from Presbyterian Banner And Advocate, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
15,802 results
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_POTJT|#flfa_. Explorations and Adventubks in Honduras ; comprising Sketches of travel in the gold regions of Olancho, and a review of the History and general resources of Central America. With original maps, and numerous illustrations. By WiUiam V. Wells. 8ve., pp. 588. New-York ; Harper & Brothers, Franklin Square. 1867.. ( This is a very valuable contribution to out knowledge respecting the Interior of a Central American State that must speedily rise into a first rate importance. When Mr. Squire's work on Honduras appeared, we commended it in the warmest terms to our readers, as calculated to throw a flood of light on the general character of BOOKS Mat Co mm tor Notice, will Tarn duly attended to* _Th«»•• «_vompublishers In _Phlla* dalphla, Bf «w Yom, *«,, mmw lam ieft mt onx Philadelphia _Offlo«,lll South 10th St.,below _Oheatnntt la ear* off Joseph M_» Wllsoat Mmt. _» the country, as well as to show that the " railroad from Forte Caballos to the Bay of Fonseca...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

for the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Bible Narratives.—Ho. 33. ISHMAEL AND. HIS BANDS.—GEN. XXV: ¦ ;;< - . "' . ': ¦ 1—18 " . .-/. ,-¦:..:': >¦ Ishmael was the son of Abraham, (Gen. xyi: 1—15,) by Hagar, an Egyptian ; concubine. As Egyptian, in the Bible, is but a translation'of Misraim, ([_Gpmp. Gen. x: 6, xii: i&, eto.,) we ' might 'at'..once conclude, that the _Isbnaaelites have: common affinities to the races of Shem and Ham, were it not that we have intimations that in Egypt, a race of shepherd _iibgs about this time obtained the ascendancy. This may have either been the occasion, or cause, to some extent, of the war of the kings of Mesopotamia with the tribes on the route to Egypt, (Gen. xiv : 5, 6j) and itaccounts for the contempt in w,hieh shepherds were held by the Egyptians (Geii, xlvi: 84,) two centuries later, when we may suppose the natives of the soil _wflre once more in the ascendant. Thus, it is ' somewhat doubtful whether Hagar herself...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

B_^°7B_^^ MOmS * BOOTS AMD SHOES, -JAME8 ROBB, No. 89 Market Street, between t& Market House and Fifth Street, would call the attentioE-' bis friends and customers, and all others who may favor fcwith.their trade, that for the future he will be found _atS New Shoe Store," as above, with an entirely New _StocJc: Boots, Sh«>es, Gaiters, Slippers; Palm Leaf, Pedal,TDgan._si: Braid Hats, 4c.; consisting in part of Gents' Fancy Or? B oo*fr Cong_«Mi Gaiters, Oxford Ties4c, 4c4 Ladles', Mfe and.Chfldrehs' _RuUgr Boots, Gaiters, Ties, Slips, Ac,_t_«t _beautMulj, Bpys'md Yontbji' Brass Boots, Shoes ' Ties _ui Pumps. " - ' ¦ His stock Is one of the largest ever opened in tbis cit? ar _wnbi_^^_eyerything worn by the ladies of _PhOadelphia tci Hew York, andho _trnsts,.cannot fail to. please all. Gr«: care has; been:taken Jin selecting the choicest goods, all _tf which he warrants. . - _e He also continues to manufacture, as heretofore, all & scriptions of Boots and . Sh...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

$fsx ih Jakes Mothers that are Wanted, It is a blessing and an advantage, utterly incalculable, to have for a mother a woman of sense, superiority, and goodness; with force of character; with talents and cleverness ; of solid information; with tact, temper, patience, and skill fitted to train and mould the mind, to implant principles, and awaken a lofty and laudable ambition; and all this presided over and purified by religious faith, deep piety, and earnest devotion! These are the mothers that the Church and the world alike want. The destinies of the race depend more on its future mothers than on anything else ' ; that is to say, on the sort of women t_^kt young girls and young ladies are to be made into, or into which they will make themselves; and the sort of wives that young men will have the sense to prefer, the judgment to select, and the happiness to secure. There is nothing so little thought of by the young, and no single thing, that would be in its' issues of such m...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

ADTEBTISEMEWTS _^ °,_%_l?_%_& UmVTt VBS »» AIDOtHfiR ixiBNSIOK OF _iPPOIJtIMElfl IO jrni,Tl8. ¦ .. : -_¦.:/.,: ' _DB.J. W.SYKBS, ¦ : ' ¦ " - _~ . ASSOCIATE OF BK. 0ALV1N M. FITCH, will remain at the ST. CLAia HOTEL, Pittsburgh, Pa_« tfll SATOUXA.T EVENING, JULY Wth, where he£ayKn suited by those wiabiDg to avaU themselves of Dr. C. M. Fitch's _system of treatment. The _coniMnation of remedial _measares adopted by Dr. Fitch and Dr. _Sykes hag been k> amply tested, and so abundantly _proved to be in practice all that it claims to be iu theory, that its originators d<? not hesitate to assert, tint by their system, relief may _befobfainea to all cases not absolutely beyond the reach of remedies. By tt _.is plan of treatment, *We advantage of Medicinal and _Sthenotrophic Inhalations is added to that of appropriate in _tergal remedies, to renovate and sustain the >_treng * th of the general system, and these with _sanh mechanic*! means as the ease may ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Mat t|el«g " Mother is not willing I should go." ; This remark, was made in the _writers hearing, V'short time since, by an intelligent amiable youth, in reference to attending a place of worship where it is believed error is taught, and as it involves a most important principle, is worthy of a passing notice. Obedience to parents is surely not a peculiarly prevalent principle with the young of the present day, but wherever jt is seen, gives large promise of future good. Where is the young man who seeks the counsel of an experienced father; or defers to the advice_»of_^a_^'judioious mother^»_Happyj indeed, were such instances common. Eager for selfish gratification, thirsting for riches or fame, many have no sooner entered upon the theatre of life than the maxims of prudence are scornfully flung aside, and a reckless -career begun, regardless of consequences. Thus it is we see multitudes of the rising generation casting off the fear of God and man, while licentiousness and f...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_Scientific The Flannel Guestion. There has been a war going on for some years, between the flannel and anti-flannel parties; and the result has been, that many persons have abandoned woollen under garments; altogether. Mall's Journal of Health comes to the rescue, and says: , " In our climate, fickle in its gleams of sunshine and its balmy airs, ap a coquette in her smiles and favor, consumption bears away every year the ornaments of many social circles. The fairest and loveliest are its favor ite victimBi An ounce of prevention in this fatal disease' if worth many pounds of cure; for, when once well seated, it mocks alike medical skill and careful nursing. If the fair sex could be induct d to regard the laws of health, many precious lives might »be saved; but pasteboard soles, low neck dresses, and Lilliputian_^hatsj sow annually the seeds of a fatal harvest. The suggestion in the folio wing article _frbin the _Scientific Ameri can, _ifV_.fcdlowejl, might save many with co...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_Wstki To a Departed Sister. I see thee still. Remembrance, faithful to her trust, Galls thee in beauty from the dust; Thou _comest in the morning light—Thou 'rt with me through the gloomy night. In dreams I meet thee as of old, x Then thy soft arms ' my neck enfold, And thy sweet voice is in my ear; In every scene to memory dear, I see thee still. I see thee still, In every hallowed token round: This little ring thy finger bound; This lock of hair thy forehead shaded; This silken chain by thee was braided; These flowers, all withered now like thee, ; Sweet sister, thoa didst cull for me; This book was thine—here didst thou read—,This picture—ah! yes, here, indeed, I_'_see thee still. ,... I see thee 8till. Here,"?ra8ithy Sammer,fnbon'8 retreat; C % This was thy favorite ¦ fireside seat; - This was thy chamber, where, each day, ¦ I sat and watched tby; sad decay. " ' • " ;Here,on this bed, thou lastdidst lie; Here, on this pillow _^ thou didst die! Sark hour! once more its...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

A Word to> . .fhe Yoiing, ; The following appeal to careless youth is the last article which was written by the admirable and excellent Archibald, Alexander, fpr the; _American Messenger. , Wei would that our impenitent readers would lay it to heart. They know not how their friends yearn over them and long for their turnin _g to God.; ; " ; ,: '_- ; _~: _- _' " :\ ' / '¦; _'!"; ;_r,:1V iP BeWyed youth, when I, who am old, look upon your condition, ,1 cannot but pity, you I do not envy your gaiety sand pleasure. The cup which you hold in your hand is inebriating, it is poisoned. The pleasures which you are Beeking are, * "the pleasures of s)n_^_flwbic1 are short-lived,; unsatisfactory, andi leave a sting behind. Many are cut down like! - the flower of the field in the midst of their earthly career. Oh j how many are! hurried away in an unprepared state! Many' othlrs_/ when the season of youthful gaiety and thoughtlessness is past, are visited with sore afflctions, in the s...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

INTERESTING PUBLICATIOHSr-The Presbyterian Board of Publication have lately added to their Catalogue the following valuable and _interests ing books for the Sabbath School and the Family: 1. A Day, with the Haymakers. Written for the Board of Publication. 18mo., pp. 72. Price 15 cts. • i. The first'Sabbath Excursion, and its Consequences 18mo., pp. 72. _PricelS cts. 3. William Bartlett, or the Good Son; The Contested Seat; Lesions of the Stars; and Who is the Happiest Girl? 18mo , pp. 1C8. Price 16 and 20 cts. _J • <; 4. Learn to Say K •», or the City Apprentice. Written fer the Board of Publicatioa. 18mo.. pp. 122. Price liO _' and 25 cents. . , 5. Footprints of Popery, or Places where Martyrs _hara Suffered. > 18mo. pp. 177. _Priced and 30 cts. ¦ ¦¦ 6. Rhymes J?r the Nursery. 18mo, pp.91. Price 20 and 25 C_3DtS. ¦ - - _^._i ,. ._*._* 7. Select Stories for Little Folks. Compiled by Addie. 18mo., pp. 216. Price SO and 35 cts. : ,. _, 8. Kenneth Firbes, or, Fourteen W...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

IT IS NOT A DIFI-PRESIDeT J. H. EATON, L. L. D., Union University, tourfW r , Tennessee, says: "Notwithstanding the irregular n« Mrs. 8. A. Allen's World's Hair Restore?, 4c. the faith. "'S i of . hair ceased, and my grey locks were restored to thlt original color. " wec Rev. M. THACHER, (60 years of age,) Pitcher, Chenar-Co, N. Y.i «My hair fa now restored to its _natuS and ceases to fall off." ¦•« >«.. - REV. WM. CUTTER, Ed. Mother's Magazine, N T • «« hate is change * to its natural color," *e " • REV.».P.STOAT*;DiDnConcord.N.H.: «jr _yhairwir was. grey, Is now restored to Its natural color,' *c _^ REV. D. CLEND BNIN, Chicago. 111.: '• I can ada _mrfe timony, and rec"mmerd it to my friends " REV. D T. WOOD, Middletown, N. Y.: « Myown _hsirb_, greatly thickened; also that of one of my family. »hn_» becoming bald.": _fc REV. J_^ P. TUSTIN, Charleston, S. C.: " The white hafribecoming obviated, and new hair forming," &c. "" REV A.PRINK, SilverCr»k,N.T.: <&...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

business by introducing one or _nS_^^if lla? _S n other their establishmentsmly _greltlt b™^? 1686 ' ,mU1« into of these mills (28 inchedTildStoVw_"16 _^1 _'68 - - '_^ro bushes feed _peJ. hour, thi_^_ffiSSSteffWW «*»_'» ; «»Uy to operation at the _OilSf _efa _VnZftif_*1 **** &"? * . Co.. Rebecca Street,_^ _AUeghenV * _°r _¥e88rs - _^n _^2 :0 _^_Ke4 _^h ^^9 _S_^WALLACE, V Lj SCHOOL TOR_^og_^^_MfVBpAJttDtH_^ ...2d. The _m_^l flu_^f ^»P««e4healthinesg. _A| _^a f^^^anypolntby1ail _ffi_^ ^^^^_o_^rSl_^d_^ W ur. ucs, 9 STEAM MARBLE WOHKS, 819,321, and 323 Liberty Street, opposite Smith**!, ' PITTSBURGH, P\. J att ' Monuments, Tablets, and Grave-stones alwars nr, _furniture and Wash-stand Tops i nd Imposing Stem Sr; by machinery, in less time and better styles than i; _- done by mere manual labor. Particular attention _i c *r ' the manufactoreof l0 _^ . MARBLE MANTELS, of which we have generally *>n bind, in our Mantel P a large variety of beautiful patterns, made of ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

- , -. ;A ..,.„,r;.; _^Eye,fllasse8.;.; ;\,:;, - ,- .. ;. ;Sir David_'_iBrewster, in theNorfftBritish Reviewsays that no opinion is more common, and _certainl y none is more incorrect, than that it is prudent to avoid the use of artificial helps to the eyes so long as they ate not absolutely indispensable. The human eye is too delicate a structure to bear continued strain without injury; and the true rule is tp commence the use of glasses as soon as we can see better with them than without them; and always to employ such as will render vision most comfortable and pleasant. The spectacles habitually used for ordinary, purposes, may not be adequate to certain occasional demands, such as reading _t erj5 fine printj examining maps, &o. To meet-these ckses, a hand reading glass, two and a half inches m diameter, to be used in cpojunctinn._iwith the spectacles, and never _^ithout them, is strongly recommended. A similar use of the reading-glass is also recommended tojehorS-fii...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_DfXOS _COLLBGIATE IWSTITUTB, DIXON ILLINOIS —This Institution, under charge of the Presbytery of Rock, Riveris now open fcr the reception of students. Having a location pleasant, healthful, and easy of access, with an 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 (he Institution, ' REV. W. W; HARSHA. jyl2_^y-:: -- . :. . . •¦ . ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ _.; ¦ , .- : . THE HORSE I—THE OjRIKBTTAl.HOIl.SE CI7A iMER.—Part 1. 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 Stabler, and for those engaged in teaching the .Arabian Art. The whole will be sent to any part of the United,States, (post-paid,) for 25 cents ; bix copies for $1.00. Address CHARLES J. ELDRIDGE, my2 S. E. cor. Third an...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

KISHACOdVILLAS 8£MINARY~ L. G. GRIER acd H. S.'ALKXANDBK. Principals.— This Institution is located in _KitkacbquUlas Valley—a valley noted for beauty of scenery, and _bealthfulnegs. and as being the home of Logan, the Indian Chief This ' Seminary affords rare opportunities to male and female pupils, for _;acquiring a thorough education. >.,.,. , , , The studies pursued in both Departments are those 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. _. . -...-... ' .. The Principals not only devote their entire ¦(_Ime to the personal instruction: andcomfort of the, pupils, but they are assisted by several teachers, who are eminently qualified_, by tbeir ability and skill, for their profession..,,.: TERMS, $55 00, per 'Session of five months; $27 60 payable in advance. For this ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

WB *i. |[Br !i'_^3B ti. '*aM' A_*5_PKH_*IO_> ,O» the public to the ' PHILADELPHIA HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS STORE, where may' be ¦ found a large -assortment of all kinds of Dry Goods, required In furnishing » house, thus _savina the. trouble usually experienced in hunting such articl» In various places. In consequence of our giving our at tention to this' kind of stock, to the exclusion- " of _Uresf and fancy goodswe can guarantee our prices and _stvlm to be ttiemost&vorabloin Qie market. * _^y _"1 IN LINEN GOODS we are able to give perfect satisfaction, being the _olbbbj _established _Luok _Sioxx IK _ihs ontY, and having been for more than twenty years regular importers from some of; the best manufacturers in Ireland. We offer alao > largestookof • • Si ^\f r; FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, _> .1-_«,t of the best qMslitieetobeobtsined, andat thevervlowM prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, _Sheettngs, _Ticking 'T_^ mask Table Clothsand Napkins, _TowelliniM _^TMii ' ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

RATES OF DISCOUNT. - - OOBBKCTBD _WIIEI_.T _7_OI THIS _PAPBB. " ":>' _PBHNSTIiVAUIA. '': NEW JEBSBT * _DELAWABB. _* Banks of Pittsburgh, : par AU solvent banks, • J_^ Banks of Philadelphia, par ' VHtOIMIA. _| ali _*0 _SSh *?*« rsbl1 _^^ _& AH wkeiit banks, % Bant of Gettysburg, J| . wo*tii _hahAttwa Ba n* of _Middlftown_, 11 A_« ? ?_J_W ? Oim4 ' Hank of Newcastle. U AU _Mlvent *»»*¦ »! . 2 Brie, bank _g SOUTH OAB.O11NAFarm. 4 fafor. _Wnynesb'g. % All solvent banks, 2 Franklin bk. Washington , par _GKOBQIA. » Harrisborgbank, ' _' _i_|AlfsolTentbanks, 8 _Hpnesdale bank, % TiiirineM ':_'_- : '- Bank of Warren, % ... . T_^_BfSM_* York , | | All solvent _baaki, « Relief Notes, % ...... KBSTVQKI. all other solvent banks, par All solvent banks, % ' / ., - OHIO. - ¦ • _'¦ ' ¦ ¦•• . _- ¦ ¦ - IKDTASA. : .¦ State bank, and branches M State bank and branches, % All other solvent banks, % _Missbiriu. HBW ENGLAND. - _Banik of State_^of Missouri, % An solvent banks , % • WI80OH8IH...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

D UFF'S HBRCANflliK _COliIiKGK_, PHILO HALL, THIRD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PENKA. Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual charter. ' The largest College of the hind in the United Statist BOARD OF _TRUSTEE8, His Excellency, tho Hon. James Buchanan, President of the United _States. : Hon Judge Wilkins,. Hon. Charles Naylor, Hon. Judge Hampton, . ' General J. K. Moorhead, Hon. Judge Lowrie- ! ' Pr sident of the Faculty—P. DOTI1 , author of the' North American Accountant" . . The Faculty includes five_ Professors cfBobk-keepirg. and from eight to ten other _ProfeBsors and _Lecturtrs, including one of the best. _Penmen in the United States. ¦ About 4,000 students nave completed their Commercial _education in _tbis Insiitution, large numbers of them now among the most successful and honored merchants in the country.. • ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦: ; •-¦ - -- .:. ¦ :.:; ¦ • •¦-'; -.:•. - Pamphlet Circulars, with specimens of our Penman's writing mailed fiee to...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

BOOK A9_TD JOB _PRIKTIMG. -rTT subscriber, being provided with Steam Ph_,l Presses, and a great variety of Printing Types and otW_* taureB, Is prepared to execute _eyery description of L: Pwnphlets, Cards, BillsLabels, 4c. of _H Blank Deeds, Blank Books Paper and Stationary »t. on hand. J-T. _SHRYorRJ; ' No. 84 Fiftn Street, Gmiette Ba_»m' Pitttburff7i.PeeB.18B6 ' _** £**¦ _S« I1.VKR PLATED _VrAMM_^ _~ _- 9 Manufactured bv JOHN 0. MEAD t SONS _^ The oldest and most experienced electbo _plattub t. , United States. JB _* IEA SETS AND URN8, . PITCHERS, GOBLETS, TUREENS, *c, Ac, ¦ _' ¦ '• • - .OF The most elaborate and richest patterns ' ' ' ' in America. " ALSO, SPOONS, FORKS. LADLE8, ?Rijm TEA AND Tit KNIVES, ETC. Bl! No. 15 South Ninth Street, above Chestnut _, . Wear the GIrard House B6g_»y * _^^ _PhiladS _^

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
x
Loading...
x
x