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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

TO CONSUMPTIVES , ASD OTHER INVALIDS_, xzxxafsibir of j.rvom'xxsiki to _zvirlS. . DR. J.W. SYKES, ASSOCIATE OP m ,. P8 " CALVIN M.WTCH, Fa_^_nforaifent ' .""" "?—**¦ ««* _^6 _^_Pfttoatton of remedial measures adopted _byib Fiteh and Dr. Sykeshas been so amply _tested, an_^ so _abuMl antly proved to be to practice all that it claimrfo_^_in theory, that its originators do nbt hesitate to assert,_KS their system, relief may be obtained in lUlcaj_^ot _._! lutely beyond the reach of remedies. — case8 BOtabBo-By this plan of treatment, the advantage' _«f i&k_^. andSttenotrophic Inhalation ' s is _addedSat of iSS_^1 ate internal remedies, to renovate and sustain_^_heiSS_* of the general system, and these with_^ suA_^f«_Swn -_^ means as the case may indicate, joined tonroL_^_T _* *1 to exercise, dietbathing, friction7&cj ,&l"twI ^^ afford more or less reUef ik _allnost. ' aUcW w Jmt?_£_& permanent cures in many cases, in _\rt,_Sk_^ ? _^^ effect temporary ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

S MITHSONIAN HOU8B_, BROADWAYCORNER OF HOUSTON STREET, N.Y_^ On the same Block with _Niblo'_s Garden,' and opposite St. Thomas'Church. ON THE EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN PLAN, AT OPTION Rooms 50 cents to S3.00 per day. _ MiSALS EXTRA AT ALL HOURS, AND AS ORDERED, Or, $2.00per day for Rooms and Board. In Summerthis house is one of the coolest and best ventilated in the city; and all Winter it commands, without fire, the temperature of the tropics, being heated thoroughly and throughout by steam. mh21-3m * P ortable: flour mills.—this subscriber is manufacturing Portable Flour Mills, of a quality superior for simplicity and durability to any now in use. They can be driven by steam, wateror horse-power, and will prove an acquisition to iron masters, stock feeders, and lumbermen. - Many persons throughout the country, who have surplus power, or power only employed a part of the time on other business, by introducing one or more of these mills into their establishmentsmay greatly benefit th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

To_. Cleanse the Inside of Jars. There is frequently some trouble in cleansing the inside of jars that have had sweetmeats or other articles put in them for keeping, and that when empty, were wanted for future use. This can be done in a few minutes without scraping or soaking, by filling up the jars with hot water, (it need not be scalding hot) and then stirring in a teaspoonful or more of pearlasb. Whatever of the former contents has remained sticking upon the sides and bottom of the jar will immediately be seen to disengage itself, and float loose through the water. Then empty the jar at once _^ and if any of the former odor remains about it, fill it again with warm water and let it stand undisturbed a few hours, or till the next day; then empty it again and rinse it with cold water. Wash phials in the same manner. Also the inside of kettles or anything which you wish to purify or clear from grease expeditously and completely. If you cannot conveniently obtain pearlash, the sa...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

IT IS NOT A DYEl-PRESlB_^ J. H. EATON, L.L. D._> Union University, Mmft_^J Tennessee, ' says: "Notwithstanding the irregular o-Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restore!. Ac the fci]; * of hair ceased, and my grey locks were restored to ' - " original color*" _: _¦ - ¦ Rev. M. THACHER, (60 years of age,) Pitcher, Cheot-Co., N.Y_.i "My hair is now restored to ita natural, " and ceases to fall off." REV. WM. CUTTEREd. Mother's Magazine, N. T • <•> hair is changed to its natural color," Ac. REV.B.P.STONE,D.D.,Concord,N.H.: "MybairB. was grey, is now restored to its natural color,' &c REV. D. CEENDENIN, Chicago, HI.: " I can add _j_,T . timony, and recommend it to my friends." REV. D. T. WOOD, Middletown, N.Y.: "My own hi-.. greatly thickened; also that of one of my family, _^ ' j1 becoming bald."r . BEV.J.P._TUSTINi Charleston,S.C.: "TheThiteb, : becoming obviated, and new hair forming," &c. _BEV. A. FRINK, Silver Creek, N. Y.: "It has pri>-....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. IROK CITY _coflfMBRCIAJU COIj&K&X, AT HCrrSBUR&H, PENNSYLVANIA. Chaetkek» Apbo _* 1355. HAVING A FACUMY OV TEN _TEAQHEBS. TWO HUNDRED AND SEVEN STUDENTS, IN DAILY ATTENDANCE, and the School Rapidly Increasing. LARGEST AND MOST THOROUGH _^ COMMERCIAL ""*""* • COLLEGE OF.THE WEST. THBEB 8ILVBB MEDALS Awarded to this CoU>ge, by the Ohio, Michigan, and _Penn _sylvania State Faks, in 1855 and 1856, for the best Business and Ornamental Writing. .^_»«-m, IMPROVED 8YSXEM 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. ' . TERMS*e. _' Full Commercial Coarse, time unlimited, - - - -,$35.00. Average time to complete a thorough Course, 6 to 12 weeks Can enter at any time—review at pleasure. Board per week, $2.50 to $3.00. Prices for tuiti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

DIXO SCOLLE6I AT K IK STITIJTJB, DDtON, ILLINOIS.—This Institution, under charge of the Presbytery of Rock River, is now open for 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.puhjic. For terms of tuition, board, &c, apply to any member of Bock River Presbytery, or to the President of. the Institution, . REV. W. W. HARSHA. _jyiaiy THE HORSEl-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 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 '; six copies for $1.00. Address CHARLES J. ELDRIDGE, my2 S. E. cor. Third and Svc Stg.. Cincinnati, 0.: _IHTEW PUBLICAT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

KISHACOQ tJILLAS SBMIMARY—L. G. GRIER and H. S. ALEXANDER, Principals.— This Institution is located in _Kiskacoquillas Valley—a valley noted foe beauty of scenery, and _healthfniness, 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 approvedand 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 time to the personal instruction and comfort of the pupils, but they are assisted by several teachers, who are eminently quali-(fied. by their ability and skillfor their profession. TERMS$ 55.00, per Session of five months; $27;60 payable in advance. For this sum, the student is entitled to board,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

Preserving PrjR—-A solution of alum and corrosive sublimate applied to fur, keeps it from coming off. An ounce of corrosive sublimate and an ounce of alum are dissolved in a pint of rain water, and this is applied to the roots of the fur, with a sponge, and if possible it should be applied to the inside of the fur. This solution applied to fur capes, yietorines, &e., before they are laid'bjr _during warm weather, it is said; will effectually, prevent the attacks of moths. Many valuable articles of fur are destroyed every season by moths ; if suclt articles are treated as described, then hung up to dry in a room for a few days, they may then be wrapped in glazed linen, and laid by with perfect safety. The corrosive sublimate being a virulent poison, is the grand protective. It must be kept out of the Teach of children and thoughtless persons.—-/Sciehtfic American.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

BATES OF DISCOUNT. 0OKEECTKD WEEKLY 70S SHIS _FAPSK. _PENNSYLVANIA. _HBW JB&SBY&SS&AWAKI. Banks of Pittsburgh, par All solvent banks , _\t Banks of Philadelphia, par VIBCHNIA Bank of _Chimibersbnrg, _K All _nolvent banks. s/ Bank of Gettysburg, U koui-w r_^_fn_»_T». ** BankofMiddletown, _S K p»-TH _OAKOMMA. Bank of Newcastle, §|AU solvent banks, 2 Erie bank, % SOUTH CABOMHA. Farm. A _JDror. WaynesVg, _^ All solvent banks, 3 Franklin bk. Washington, par GBOB.OIA _KS_£S_? gMlsoWbanka, ' « Bank of Warren, _g , _TSNiraasra; York bank _^ All _BOlTent banka, 4 Belief Notes, % • KENTUCKY. All other solvent hanks, par AH solvent banks, %i OHIO. iHDIANA. State bank, and branches, _fi State bank and _brancnei, 5_£ All other solvent banks, % Missouri. HEW ENQLABd; Bant 6f state of Missouri, 3_£ All _solyent banks, % _WISOOHSIH. _« _^ XOBK ' Mw.4Mre Ins.Co.chBcta ,6 N«r York City, par miohioah. _mSSSL _^ AM«a™»tbanks, 8 K_*_WmJZ AKTtA *D v _, OAHADA. 525r» PwAnsplTentb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

F°/?»o AiBjLM »OHOOI.Si»* - _C^^SSES, AKD FAMILY INSTRUCTIO. V" _Prot Jacobus_'s-Notes on John, new edition. u """ « ' ' *»_k and Luke, new wsE Ca_^_chtaT ^^ ° n tn *. SMne >e _toterweaTiEg _tbiS' Wj_; i . - . • 0r»-tb8 two volumes bound in one, ^*J , OnJohn, with Catechism also annexed, I-50 . , ¦ • : - They wffl be forwarded to any address, if «*_#4 ~ . JAMES A. _K* TPres. Board of Colportage, St. Clair £t» _^ •" ¦ ' ,. : JOHN S. DAW-;, ¦ :...- 66 Market Street, P«_£r ' ' '- . ¦J_ ¦ - _' ¦ •.. ¦ -. WM. S. _BEMf:- J eZl-tf StCJair Street, Pi ^> . nARD-JAMEg LOCKEM. »"_| 1 _^ /M8T, Third Street above Pine.WilHamspor 1- " JOHM M. KIRKPATRICK, A_*? 6 _^ AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, and Soli«»r :,. eery Office, No. 133 Fourth Street, above U>*^--mithfield, Pittsburgh, Pa. -^" WALI, PAPER-SEW _SPBlSf,.; TERNS.—Fine room and hall P *^._^ medium do.; oak and plain pannel ceiling a»a ^"k: _^t velvet, and flowered borders, centre pi«*s- r Wall Fapei; a large stock of trans...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

HIDE , O I: L: AND LEATHER STOEi _ D.KIRKPATRICKASONS,No.21S.THIRD: ween Market and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, lrsale DSY AND SALTED SPANISH HIDES, Dry and . Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil, Tc and Currier'B Tools at the lowest prices, and upon £_> terms. ' . _JtST All kinds of Leather in the rough _wass: which the highest market price will le given in _&: taken in exchange for Hides. Leather tored free oi s and sold on commission. * : r ' - jj v-S ' AVIie 'FU-ITB' OF THE _NATItti SAFETY TRUST COMPANY—Walnut Streets-West corner of Third, Philadelphia. , Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania. Money is received inany sum, large or small, afid in; paid from the day of deposit1 to the day of withdrawal. The oJBce is open every day, from 9 o'clock in the men till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday and The evenings till 9 o'clock.1 Interest Fire Per ' _Cent , All sums, large or small, are paid back In _^ofd, _ondec without notice, to any amount. " Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

BUFF'S HERCANTILB COLLEGE) _PHOLO HALL, THIRD STREET, PITTSBOBGH, PINNA. Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual charter. The largest College of the kind in the United States! ' 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. E. Moorhead, Hon. Judge Lowrie. _President of the Faculty—P. DUFF, author of the * North American Accountant." The Faculty includes five Professorsof Book-keeping,and from eight to ten other Professors and Lecturers, including one'of the best Penmen in the United States. About 4,000 students bare completed their Commercial education in this Institution, large numbers of them now among: the moBt successful and honored merchants in the country. ~ Pamphlet Circulars, with specimens of our Penman's writing, mailed free to all parts of the country. Students have access to a library of 3,000 volumes. DU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

The Largest Half to God. " Mother," asked a little boy, who was trying to make a good beginning of the new year, '_* how much of my spending-money do you think I ought to give to God?" "I do not know," said his mother; "how much have you ?" He opened his wallet and dropped it on the table, a gold dollar his grandmother gave him for a Christmas present, a three cent, and a five cent piece. " There's my gold dollar; I'll halve that," he said; " three cents and five cents are are eight cents, and half of that is four. No. I'll give the largest half to Qod. I *11 give him half the dollar and the five cents." How many Christians are following this child's example, and giving their largest half to God ?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

WK- INVITE THE ATTENTION OF the public to the ¦ PHILADELPHIA HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS STORE, where may be found a ' large assortment of all kinds ol Dry Goodsrequired In furnishing a house, thus saving the trouble usually experienced in hunting such-article* in various places. In consequence of our giving our attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of _drest and fancy goodswe can guarantee our prices and stylei to be the most favorable in the market. IN LINEN GOODS we are able to give perfect satisfaction, being the OLDis* xsfisasBSD _Lramt Stom ih 'thb city, and having'been for more than twenty years regular .importers from some of*the best manufacturers in-Ireland. We offer large stook of . ... _; ..-FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, of the best-, qualities to be obtained, and at the very _lowes prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Ticking?, Damask Table Cloths, and Napkins, Towellings, Diaper? Huckabacs, Table and Piano Covers, Damasks and MoreansLace and Muslin Curtains, Dim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

mH& UNDKRSIGNKD HAS BEESi JLV " POINTED Receiving Agent and Treasurer. fcr& lowingGhurch enterprises, in the Synods of _PITTSB_^ ALLEGHENY, WHEELING, AND OHIO, viz: , The General Assembly's BOARD OF DOMESTIC' SIONS; the General Assembly's BOARD OF EDCD-. the General Assembly's CHURCH EXTENSION CC& TEE, (St.iouis); and the FUND FOR SUPERAX.NTi. MINISTERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. Correspondents will please address him as below. _^ distinctly the JVesSytery and Church, from which ck? tions are sent; and when a receipt is required by _w; name of the jwaf qpee and County. As heretofore, monthly reports will be made ttot_£ _Presbyterian Banner and AdmcaUAndtheHovu and f Record. *• 3, J). WILLIAMS, TreasnrK-? 114 Bmithfield Sz_* my24 _. _^^^_i_^ VE HE T IAN B L I B »! a. bshjton * co., MANUFACTURERS, * WHOLESALE AND SETi-• DEALERS. No._32 North SECOND Street, above Market, ViM_^ The largest, cheapest, and best assortment of PLt FANCY BLIND8 of any other establishment i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

The Needle. Boys sometimes think it takes a great deal of drilling to make them men. They wish they could get out of the shackles. Perhaps it does. But how many things do you suppose have to be done to a bit of steel wire before it makes that simple little tool called a needle, and pute it into the, market f Can you guess ? Seventy; yes, seventy processes are necessary in the manufacture of a needle. Can you wonder,>then, that "in making a man of you," you are subjected to a'great many hard rubs? It is this drilling-which strengthens and weighs and tempers and polishes you for manly work in the world.— Child's Paper. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

~m-WT _HT. WALLACE. _^_f m STEAM MARBLE WORKS, 319. 321, and 323 Liberty Street, opposite Siasu _« • ¦ ¦ PITTSBURGH, PA. '-_> > Monuments, Tablets, and Grave-stones alwav-, Furniture and Wash-stand Tops _«nd Imposing St. ' . '"r " by machinery, in less time and better st yles th_^ ' done by mere manual labor. Particular attention ' : ' ' the manufacture of i-MARBLE MANTELS, of which we have generally _«n hand, in out MantPi t, a large variety of beautiful patterns, made of the si eign and Domestic Marble. Builders and _prope_^.,"_^ are invited to examine our stock of Mantels , a« ' ¦»" _, '' ' _suaded that after doing so, and learning onrprir Ps.; ; upwards.) hundreds of persons who now _conbjdcj _' ._r yond their means, will be unwilling to remain loarC " ont purchasing one or more. They are an ornanl7 room, are always neat, require no paint, and _^ ' _^ fire. iJl Hearth-Stones made to order. _^ Our stock is the largest fn the _' West; and beiarrn-, tared by the aid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

nPPK AND JOB PRINTING, _^ JLP, subscriber, being provided with Steam p* ' Presses, and a great _varied of Printing Types and on1' tures, is prepared to execute every description _«. Pamphlets, Cards, Bills, Labels, Ac. -_' Blank _Deeds, Blank Books Paper and _Stationarv - on hand. J. T. SHRlnfV No. 84 Fiftn Street, Gazette _EniYi ¦ Pittsburgh. Dec 8.1855. ' n |^ _SHiVKM. FLATJarj- WARE, ' _~ _v Manufactured hv JOHN 0. MEAD & SONS ' The' oldest and most experienced klectbo putfb- UnitedStates. _^k _,TEA SETS AND URNS, PITCHERS, ¦ ¦ ¦ ' GOBLETS, TUREENS, Ac, 4c_ . ¦ .:- ¦ ¦ "¦ ¦ ¦:. ¦ 0? The most elaborate and richest patterns in America. ¦•¦_'-¦ "¦ "¦ ' ALSO, SPOONB, _¥OBKS» liADLES, FRUIT, TEA AND iM. KNIVES,ETC. n _- No. 15 South Ninth Street, above Chcetnm . _' ¦¦ • ¦¦ " w««theGirard Bo«_l Be27-ly «, ^^I pti_,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

Simple Butter Cooler. Melted butter is all very well in its right placebut when butter is put upon the: tea or breakfast table having the appearance of being just out of the oven, it is anything but creditable to the housekeeper , and far from satisfactory to those who eat it. Dry toast is positively spoiled if spread with soft butter; indeed, if butter cannot be brought to table at least firm, if not hard, it is better to keep it away altogether. Fortunately, however, it is not necessary to proceed to such desperate measures, as butter can be kept nice and cool in the hottest weather, and that in a very simple manner. ' Procure a large, new flower-pot of a sufficient size to cover the butter-plate, and also a saucer large enough for the flower-pot to rest in upside down; place a trivet or meat-stand (such as is sent to the oven when a joint is baked) in the saucer, and put on this trivet the plate of butter ; now fill the saucer with water, and turn the flower-pot over the bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

VIeKNTKAX, ACADEMY, AT A l*J«: ' Tuscarora VaUey, Juniata CountyPs-_> «?^» a mile from the Perrysville Station of _PecitfJ1 ' raod. .r t>: The Summer Session will commence on _Mona_^,,-of ApriL. Whole expense per session of _^n\-L f- _' for Board, Boom, Tuition, Washing and _Inciaem_" -SBSsaat- »m ,_^ marlS-l y PrmcipalandProprietOT_^j> _PSE SB1_TTERIAN BOOK *??? **- Depository is now well furnished wi» »" d _^ _^_Mofthe Presbyterian Board of _Publication d:_', _Jrtthihose that are suitable for Sabbati *°>.:; There is also a good supply of nearly «0sd» _c« t! _^ selected with special _Se, from the numf_^-i:.-«the Massachusetts S. S. Society, »»«- • union. • • < trf*'. i 0!^flr«*pm-any part of the country _w ' -_^ _- _" tended tof by addressingthesubscriber- U°_™ bymaH _atiourxiKk. , ¦ ¦ * _JS3t? . ¦ - ¦¦¦•

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