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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

A UNIVERSAL CONCERT OF PRAYER. The following has been put into our hands, and we earnestly commend it to the attention and action of all:—' To our Bbethren in Christ Jesus throughout the City and Country, Greeting : Some twelve months ago, missionaries of the Cross, laboring in India, sent out to the world an earnest invitation to unite with them in devoting the second week in January, 1860, to importunate prayer that God would pour out his Spirit upon all flesh, and cause the ends of the earth to see his salvation. To this call our Christian brethren, in various parts of the world, have responded with such zeal and warm-hearted n ess j5 that we may now look forward to the second week in January,, as to a time of more united and universal supplication for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon our ruined world, than has ever been known since the establishment of the Christian system. In'view'of these facts, great and glorious, the children of God in this city and State, and ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

JOkS _BTTNYAW. Messrs. Et>iT_§RS.—Not long ago- I heard a lecture _delivered, by "the Rev. Dr. Brainerd, on John Buayal_^_hn_^_Phe Pilgrim's Progress. ;<Some _portions of _twWBMfre ' made such an impression upon my mind at -the time, that they have continually recurred _4jD my recollection, and at times, I have not been able to think of any thing else. As these facts _regarding John Bunyan are not generally known, I beg that they may be.recorded in the American Presbyterian. They .deserve to be printed in «vejy language and read by. every human being.' ' ' Dr. Brainerd gave a clear and lucid account of John Bunyan ; ""his neglect of religion in early life,—his conversion; the religious influence which bis wife had over him—his imprisonment in Bedford Jail, EnglaSjra' his occupatibn as a tinker, and his preaching xhe gospel of J_6sus Christ, for which he was sentjto the'above prison, and where he wrote that _everlasting monument of his genius — The Pilgrim's Progr...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

D. C. _HOUGHTON_, EDITOR ASSOCIATED WITH . ALBERT BARNES , GEORGE! DUFFIELD_,Jr THOMAS BHA1NERD, JOHN JENKINS, HENRY DARLING, THOMAS J. SHEPHERD

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

_^^^^ THURSDAY, JAM. _S, 1800.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

Sims if _tli W_$nl The students of Princeton College have distinguished themselves by burning in effigy Mr. Seward and Henry Ward Beecher. The attempts of the faculty to prevent this disgraceful act were in vain. Many of the _Btudents are from the South. We trust that Mr. Seward and Mr. Beecher will be able to endure this great trial. The college boys had probably read in their school books the story of the old Greek, whose name has come down to us only because he burned a famous temple. The State of Arkansas has enacted a very stringent measure against free negroes, which will go into effect the 1st of January. AH free negroes found in the State at that period are to be sold into slavery. In Mississippi, a law adopted on the 7th instant, provides that free negroes shall leave the State, on or before the 1st of July, 1860; or, if they prefer to remain, that they shall be sold into slavery, with a right of choice of .masters, at a price assessed by three disinterested slavehold...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SABBATH-SCHOOL BIBLE SOCIETY OF THE THIRD PRESBYTERIAN _GHXJBOH, PHILADELPHIA. The _$ible Society is the only Sociefy, possessing a distinct organization, which has lived inside of " Old Pine . Street Church" Sabbath-school to see the age of niatthopd—twenty-one years 1 The period attained, shall not, however, be embraced for the purpose of turning back to the commencement and retracing the path and progress of the Society, through eaah successive yeary till the entit*_, _pftat be brought _withinjlew of tncjJpjesenLInteresting as they might be found) we shall not encumber the present report with the statistics of the past twenty years. The secretary, whose duty requires of him the making and reading oi the annual reports, has endeavored to submit the doings of the Society each year, embodied in language so varied, that one report might not be mistaken for another. There is one subject, however, over which he has never been Able to exercise any...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

ADVERTISEMENTS _T_^_TEW PUBLICATIONS ABBEY & ABBOT, 119 Nassau St, New _York. A MAGNIFICENT CHRISTMAS GIFT. PRESENT A SET TO _YOUB. MINISTER. Great reduction in price—for only $12.00, ki-JEHxiG-Oi1 BEAUTY IS A _^ JO y 'JSoIVEVER. " Your attention is respectfully invited to the GREAT NATIONAL WORK, Line _' EngravingSy. (in the highest style of ait,) by Smillie, of ! COLE'S VOYAGE OF LIFE: CHILDHOOD, YOUTH, MANHOOD. OLD AG1. , A Prospectus containing a full description of the work, with numerous testimonials will be forwarded to those who may desire it. \' y Three grades are published, viz.t-ArtisUi'XnHa Proofs , at $50 the set; Lettered India Proofs, $20; Main Proofs, $12. \ \ THE TRADE will be supplied on _favouraWeWms. Various appropriate and tasteful styles,of frLm& have been prepared, expressly for this work, by seveWl of the best manufacturers of the city, and can be furtiisi_^_d at the lowest rates varying from $10 to $50. iBonag, packing and delivery of e...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

1860 The New Year opens to uU with_, good cheer_, lyery mail brings us new names to our list of subscribers. One small but pleasant town in western New York, send ten additional names to a list of over twenty. There are a _hundred towns that could easily do the same, and be the richer and m better for it. With the large proportion of the subscribers who came with the transfer of the Genesee Evangelist, the year commences with the present number, and the prompt men are anticipating _4he time, and the renewals, have been oomiqg in for two weeks. One man mails his TWO dollars on the 30th of December , and says that alt' the .fault he can find with our paper is that we «b not exact payment invariably in advance , and stop all who do not comply with these terms. We like Bis theory admirably, and if all would do * as he does, it would be safe in practice. But there are many who ought to have the paper, and that would lose it by their delay and neglect. It is a remarkable fact that t...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

Rev. E. E. Adams, of this city,- has received a call to the Fifth Presbyterian Church, of Cincinnati, Old School. We understand that he will not accept as he is .engaged in a very important enterprise, in forming _afftew church in this city, on Broad _Street which promises to become an influential church in/i _^rxd_^^ple locality. ,_y «* •««. rj _^ __ . . # Rev. Arthur Cleveland Coxe has received a» invitation to become pai_^of St. Pejer's ChurchJPhiladelphia, of which Dr. Odenheimer, now Bisbjopf of New Jersey, was rector for many years. / » Rev. Thomas Starr King, has received i call to the Unitarian Church in Cincinnati, the paft week, and the church in San Francisco hagjjga&s_^t&jj_^jUfevitation to Mr. King. The last call bears tbf 'naines of eighty of "the _prominent merchants and citizens of California, and the salary offered is six _thousand dollars a yearv - ¦> * _>: Cincinnati.—A correspondent of one of our Philadelphia contemporaries,...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

NOTICES. $3_T Directory of Presbyterian Ministers and Churches of Philadelphia. PRESBYTERIAN HOUSE, 1334 Chestnut Steeet. Names of Ministers and Residences and Churches. Locations. Adair, Robeet . . . IJ 70S Filbert st. ab. 17th. Sec. Phila Home Mis. Soc. (Presbyterian House. Bakkes,,Albert ... 55 South Eighth st. 1st Church . . . Wash. Square, cor. 7th. Birgham , Asi.os . . .223 N. W. Perry st. City Missionary Bbainehd , T., D.D. . . 634 Pine st. 3d Church . . . Cor. 4th and Pine sts. Brown, Charles . . . 2008 Vine st. Sec. Philada. Education Soc. Presbyterian House. Bruen, EdPLRD B. . . 1531 Chestnut st. Burdett, M. ... Darby. 2d Church, Darby . . Darby. Butler, James G. . . . Chestnutab-Till, W.P. Walnut St. Church, W. Phil Bet. William and Till. Chambers, John . . . 1412 Walnut st. 1st Ind. Presbyterian Church Broad above Walnut. Chandler, Geoege . - 492 Richmond st. 1st Church, Kensington . Gir'd Av. near Han.st. Converse, A., D.D. . • Green near 19th. Editor Christian Ob...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

"ODITH'S MINISTRY. MISS McKEEVlE'slrEW _VOLUME. LINDSAY & BLAKISTON. Publishers and Booksellers No. 25 South SIXTH Street, above Chestnut, Have Just Published—EDITH'S MINISTRY. By Harriet B. McKeever, authoress of " Sunshine, " " Flounced ;Robe, " etc. Oae volume, 12mo., cloth. $1. CONTENTS. The Clifford Family, The Governess, The Strong-Minded Woman, Ralph Cameron, Rosy Dreams, City Cousins, The Two Pastors Aunt Prisci lla, Picture on the Balcony, The Family Chain Broken, Beyond the Sea, Principles Tried, Among the Mountains, Scenes never to be forgotten, Angels ' Yisits, , . .. ; The Baptism of Grief, -a t Banished, _, won-Disappointed Hope, _je trji^* _^ Misguided Madge, _* ¦ ,.*<#?¦ Coming Out, **§ _^;= Woodbine i&knf_* -i-_^ isitMafdglfr A. Wreck upon a Summer _Streaw_? _,^^ , Green Pastures and Still Waters, ' Autumn Leaves and the Old Elm Tree, \ The Sister's Recompense, ¦ _— Winter Blasts Around Oak Hall, Evening. Miss M'Keever' s popularity as an au...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

GIFT BOOSS *"OB|tE HOLIDAYS. / AMERIC A* SUNttlT_^oi ,j.umoff f BY ISSUING A H_% -"x vtai, • j _EYERY SATURDa|^nik / _^ Is enabled to furnish a large assd v I hi _^_it of new and/ f pu Elegantly Illustrated_^ _^ / la done n? in \ * / ,( _UAKUSOME :CM'IiX tt$_^ 1 f , SUITABLE FOR \ _Tf f HOLIDAY GIFT_^ / THE SOCIETY HAS OH ITS _CATaIJI OVEB. ¥ Twelve Hundred I>ISTINGT _PUBLIOATIGll These Embrace Books for % Tne Sunday-School, ; _,> The Bible Class, j The _Family In appropriate bindings for each. \. ALWAYS ON HAND, | A COMPLETE AS SORT _MEN OT ' BIBLES, \ TOGETHER WITH THE 1-DUV OTIONAL B0 0KS\ U8ed in the \ DIFFERENT \ EVANGELICAL _DENOMINATIONS AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNI0_% PHDLADELPHIA—1122, Chestnut _Stkebt. _i NEW YORK—375 _Bhoadwat. BOSTON—141 " Washihgton Stbeet, Opposite p_£» South Church. For sale by Booksellers generally. Catalogues sent by mail free of charge. - 7|0-714.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

TO TllJfi LADIES. Inf i)resenting o«r respects to onr Lady customers, for the _SBTenty tbird soDji-auuual season of oar bouse, we ask. their attention to the following CIRCOT.AK NOTICE. _UariDg marked the prices of oar style of Fancy Goods to the low points consequent on tbe enormous importations of this season, and having increased the choice of styles for retailing, by the addition of our wholesale stock, we confidently ask an examination of the following lines of goods at inducing prices. Desirable Corsage Trimmings, Tags, Tassels, and Cords. JKIegant Styles of Dress Trimmings, and Bonnet Ribbons. A _superbcoliection of Hair Nets, beaded and plain. Superior Black PointH-miton and Thread Laces. All width Cashmere and Broche Shawl Borders. French Woven Corsets, of improved shape, at low _' prices. The best Black Crefold Velvet Ribbons in this market. Ad _unequalled assortment of Zephyr Embroideries, ia Zephyr, CheniHe and Beaded Slippers, Chair Seats, &c. Superb Crochet f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

MmiM. At Vernon,U. IT., Dec. 18th, isd», at tne age or 37, Emily G. Hickok, wife of Rev. Henry Hickok. ,' HEirar-iBpOTHt Nobthbof_^soj* of 1 the -Revl _'H. _BT, Northrop, of jriint, •Mi6blgfn_#aied at 9o'cl<Jtek on Sabbath evening, the 11th of December, 1859; having just completed the nineteenth year of his age. Two of this fa£- mily have died within a period of less than six months; and in both cases there was a very remarkable,, _display of the sustaining power of Christian faith when "heart and flesh faileth. " However blessed and comforting the closing scenes of the life of the former, in the latter there were still'fuller and more convincing and joyful evidences that those who trust in Jesus will find that faith to make them "strong to meet death; " nappy in anticipation of the reward that awaits them in heaven. At the time of his being taken ill, he was a member of the Junior Class of the Michigan State University. The "American Presbyterian " of this date (Dec. 2...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

jdST fh_^ Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and Irm,u-^_£_2A _Afi_5_^^ enza, IrritationSoreness, or any aflec-/_SMDHmTB^" nof the Throat CURED, the Hacking liKnlRulim - ough _ik Consumption, Bronchitis, wmHm _vVhoopikg Cough, Asthma, Catakrh, RE-^_GfiRRSr LIEVED by BROWN'S BRONCHIAL ^***^ TROCHES, or Cough Lozenges. t(A simple and elegant combination for Coughs, &c. " Da. G. F. Bigelow, Boston. *' Have.proved extremely serviceable for Hoarseness. " Rev. Henry WardBeecher. " I recommend their use to Public Speakers. " Rev. E. H. Chapin, New York. "Most salutary relief in Bronchitis. " Rev. S. Seighued, Morristown, Ohio. " Beneficial when compelled to speak, suffering from Cold. " Rev. S- J. P. Anderson, St. Louis. " Effectual in removing HoarsenebS and Irritation of the Throat, so common with Sp eakers and Singers. " Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, La Grange, Ga. Teacher of Music, Southern Female College. " Great henefil when taken before and after pleaching, as they prevent Hoarseness. F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

Tl»e Annual _Meeting of the l_'resoytery_, of Columbus will be held in the First Presbyterian Church of Baraboo, on the third Tuesdaythe 17th of January nextat 6| o'clock, P. M_. As matters of importance arelo come before the Presbytery _^ a full attendance is earnestly desired. It is to be hoped that no church _wilffail to be represented. Baraboo, Dec. 22,1859. Tlie admirers of llig_^b Art _sSsould visit the Dusseklorf Exhibition at the Academy of Fine Arts, where the great painting Parisinaillustrative of Lord Byron's Romewith the Government Prize Picture —-The Pilgrim Fathers, by Lucy, and the Martyrdom of John Huss, are on view daily, fur a short time, from 9, A. M., to 5, P.M. The next _meeting of tne Presbyter j of Iowa City, is at Clinton, on the 3d Thursday of April, 1860, at 7_^ o'clock, P. M. Sessional Records, and collections for the use of the body, will then be called for. r ' S. _Sroiius Rowe, St. Clert. Dec. 16ft, 1859.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

TTSEFUl. HOLIBA.Y GIFTS. A SUPERB DRESSING GOWN, MUFFLER, SCARF, TIE or SHAWL. One of these Articles will be very acceptable to youi Gentlemen friends. A FINE ASSOBTMERT O¥ STEREOSCOPES -4 > at ; W_. W. KNIGHT'S, .+. . 606 ABCH STREET. FINE SHIRTS, _^1 . _HEAVT UNDER CLOTHING and GLOVES, OF ALL KINDS. October 13.-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

_^miitm _Qxtttyttxixn _AHU _©_ejttacc (f _» angel t01. THURSDAY/JAN. 5,1800

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

_gAMUEL SMYTH, 26065"? 8EXT0N OF _CALVAHT PBEBBYTEHIAK5 CHUBCH, FURNISHING UNDJERTAKER,!^ _, >^ ? , PRESDYTERIAN HOUSE, HO. 1334 CHESTNUT STREET. Entrance on Sansora street, below Broad. - $3= USES THE IB1PROVED ICE BOX, WITH GLASS FACE. ap. 12—lyr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 5 January 1860

J&fcttte LONABAUGH—ELDRIDGE. On the evening ot tne 28th of December, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Thos. Brainerd, D. D., Mr. Joseph Lonabaugh to Miss Cornelia C, daughter of J. E. R. Mdridge, Esq., aE of this city. ,, — —«-a_*a-> : .

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