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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

At the last itteeting of the Presbytery of Buffalo, the following persons were appointed Commissioners to the next General Assembly, to meet in Pittsburgh, on ifcne tKird Thursday in May next: Rev. Albert T. Chester, D.D., and Rev. Charles F. _Mussey; and Elders Thomas Farnham of Buffalo, and Samuel A. "Rwiam Ap.Tfl.fnfistnwn.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

B/espoase,—We are happy to learn that the First Presbyterian Church of the Northern Liberties, of which the Rev. T. J. Shepherd is pastor, has nobly responded to the call of the American Board, by doubling this year their usual contribution. > Will not other churches follow this good example?

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

_TJ1INE GROCERIES. _™ JAMBS R. WEBB'S TEA WAREHOUSE, 223 SOUTH EIGHTH ST., BELOW WALBO T. Has constantly on band a large assortment of the Choicest Teas, Java and Mocha Coffee, and every description of Fihe Gkocemes, for family use. 83s " Orders by mail promptly attended to, and carefully packed and forwarded. jylS-ty

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

_^ _W_«_lllll0Bi WHAT CAUSES DYSPEPSIA—AWB HOW IT MAY BE CUBED. Were it asked what disease is the most prevalent in the world, a throng of emaciated faces would answer, Dyspepsia. You meet it everywhere, as far as civilization extends; indeed, it may be called the creature of civilization. It is one of the greatest of human afflictions,—-bearing directly upon the physical, and complicating the mental and moral condition of mankind, and affecting seriously the affairs of life. Without enumerating all the minutiae, I shall note the more prominent, recognised points-of the subject, and add such other matter connected with it, but less generally known, as may be deemed worthy of attention. Properly speaking, dyspepsia is not a disease, though treated as such. It exists, eminently in a varied degree, ranging from a temporary ailment, to a protracted, exhaustive disease, unfitting the individual for business or pleasure—-a burden to himself, fit neither for life nor death. To this u...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

WHAT IS SAID OF IT. _tlfAntinn ia }<An«Ao4A.) 4-r\ _41_^a _frtlirhtxrincr _Anininno txrifh regard to THE _CHTTRCH PSALMIST. By Rev. R. W. PATTERSON, D. D., Chicago, HI. I have used the ._Chubch Psalmist constantly for the _ist fourteen years, and I can conscientiously say tbat it i, in my judgment—all things considered—the best lymn Book for the ordinary service of the Sanctuary pith which I am acquainted. This I say, after a careful xamination of all the Hymn Books tbat are generally nown in this country. By Rev. SAMUEL W. FISHER, D. D., Pres't of Hamilton College. After a constant use of it for nearly fifteen years, in he pulpit, lecture room, prayer room, and study, I may >e permitted to say, that I have never met with a verse ?f bad poetry, and that as a whole, the book has grown nto my affections and commended itself to roy judgnent as the most admirable work for that part of the levotions of the sanctuary for which it is designed, _rhich has appeared in thi...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

superior stock of SILVER PLATED WARE _wTTispectfully call y_^_uTIiSntion to ~^u7Iarge and We wish it expressly understood that we manufacture from the raw material of Albata and Nickel Silver Metals __^ -. of the best quality, and plate with pure silveh. Very thick and heavy plate for service; all which we warrant to be as represented. We also keep on hand an assortment of SOLID SILVER WAEE. warranted full standard: tea-sets, pitchers, cbts, spoons, FORKS, NAPKIN RINGS, ETC., J_5TC. Having been long engaged in the manufacture of these Goods, and one of the early originators of Electro-Silver Plating, we have no hesitation in presenting to the public the Awards of Merit and Commendations of the Pres3. The increased demand for our Goods proves their superiority and utility. BREAKFAST SERVICE. Coffee Urn—Water Kettle—Tea Pot—Suear Bowl and Cream Jug. Breakfast Knives —Ivory—Pearl—Cameo—Metal and Fancy Handles and Plated Blades. A superior article for family use. Spoons and Fork...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

"ALL YE AEE BBETHBEU" "Bid you notice that new family at church last Sabbath, Mrs. Ellis?" said her friend, Mrs. Brown, as they were slowly walking down the street _together, a _^es—who are they?" " Their name is Merwyn—they have just moved out from the city, and intend joining our church, I understand; of course, they are wealthy, as they have bought the "Carlton Place." , , " Indeed 1" said Mrs. Ellis, " I am delighted to hear that we are to have such an addition—how it will encourage our good pastor's heart to have such people join us! We must call on them immediately," : "Let us go now," said Mrs. Brown—and, suiting .the action to the word, they turned off from their original destination, and soon reached and entered-the spacious* ' and beautifully arranged grounds of the new eomefc " What a lovely place!" exclaimed Mrs. Ellis, as they stood a moment, _itffer ringing the bell; " one ought to be very happy here !" ;: - ¦ ¦ •¦:¦*" At this instant the door opened, and the ladies ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

THE MOTHEE'S LAST _LESSOBT. "Will you please teach me my verse, mamma, and then kiss me and bid me good night?" said little Itoger L., as he opened the door and peeped cautiously into the chamber of his sick mother. " I am very sleepy, but no one has heard me say my prayer." Mrs. L. was very ill; indeed her attendants believed her to be dying. She sat propped up with pillows, and struggling for breath; her lips were white, her eyes were growing dull and glazed, and the purple blood was settling at the ends of her cold, attenuated fingers. She was a widow, and little Koger was her only, her darling child. Every night he had been in the habit of coming into her room, and sitting upon her lap, or kneeling by her side, while she repeated to him passages from God's Holy Word, or related to him stories of the wise and good men spoken of in its pages. She had been in delicate health for many years, but never too ill to teach little Koger his verse and hear his prayer. . " Hush! hush 1" s...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

"IT IS OHLY *HIS WAY/' "Papa, here,are some pretty flowers for you,'* said little Mdllie Loring, as she ran>to meet.her father on his return home. "Ain't they beautiful?" continued she, extending her fingers, knd laying their tapering tips upon a half-blown Luxemburg, a Cape jessamine, and a white bud'that seemed trying to hide itself amongst the crisped petals of a crape myrtle. "This tea-rose is playing bo-peep at you; ain't they pretty, papa?" " Yes. Who sent them to me?" " Nobody. I gathered them for you/' " Pshaw I I thought some friend sent them. Go to play, and don't pestef me." ' , _! ' " There were more dimples than one in that quivering enin, and something more than the heat of a _midsummer's day had crimsoned, the sweet face of the child, as she turned into her doll's house, saying to herself, "I fixed them so nicely, and tied them with my doll's new b|uef _siisli # that Aunt Nina gave me yesterday. Ma saysit is only his way, but I think it is a mighty bad way; t...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

_^ pHB ST_^r_^ _'_SAVmGS FUND, 4. g.DOOK _STBBET. PHILADELPHIA K°' ''Si*.-' ""'"0 ™- •lAVflG jUNDS. _BJTMS i f4?^ A _?m SMALL Are received _pAliiYi and every MONDAY E _rENijf G on deposit. _MTt _SJBTM GFJlfO»BY WANTED is returned when. ever called -for.,; r - :••• _-; • t- - ¦¦¦ /¦ ¦ ¦ ' Many Persons open accounts with this Company, ar(l draw their money by Checks, as in Bank, thus con,, bining convenience and._profi t. y . _dttbrbst/_k iajd On all sums of _Moiiey, amounting to Three DollarsOr more, at the rate of : _"_( FIVE PER CENT. PER AWNT7M. No Notice is required by this Company for the pay. ment of either Principal or Interest. SUBSTANTIAL SATISFACTION To Depositors has, without exception_^ attended the operations and efforts of this WELL-KNOWN INSTITUTION. GBO. H. HART, President. CHARLES G. IMLAF, Cashiet mar. 5-1 yr. J. HENRY HAYES, First Teller. a merican life insurance and _trhsr j_3l . company. l Company's Buildings, South-east Corner of WALKlTT and FOURTH Streets...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

_<f will _tfitcU* For the American Presbyterian. TO' APOREBT LEAF. BY JAMES mSTOTE. Bright little leaf, Have autumn airs 1 raced on thy brow The dreams that round the aster glow Beside yon yellow sheaf? For now the night Is coming in on silent wings, And many a tale of fancy brings To while the void of light. And as I see *- Thee slumbering on the grassy tomb, And rising as the zephyrs come Ff 6m o'er the fading lea, Methinks, forsooth, _Thnu chidest every shivering air For stealing all thy verdure fair, And nipping thee in youth. . But ah! no sighs, No, moan of sorrow or remorse Can palliate thy beauty's loss, Or light thy faded eyes. Once thou wert swung On yonder tree—a quivering lyre, TMt trembled to the thunder's fire, * And with soft music rung. Now thou art here, Tramped in the forest's misty mould, Drenched in November's shower, cold And withered, sad and sere. But wandering youth May learn as o'er that path they stray,. How soon life's sweetest hopes decay And ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

Translated from the German for the American Presby ; terian. ABOUT THE MQNT_£S. _IEBEUAEY. "When January has come to an end, then begins the second month—February. He has only 28 days and is the least among bis brother months; and like little people he seems always straining to be bigger. For once in four years, it actually happens?—by dint of, standing, as you might say, on tip-toe, he gains one whole day in length, and numbers 29 days. This is so in the present year, 1860, which, hence, is called hap-yea?'; but as for 30 or 31 days he never can reach it; and as standing on tip-toe is tiresome, he is obliged to fall back again to 28 days. Little as he is among his brothers, he does not want for spir it, and he can make a face as ice-cold as the long January himself. In his angry moods he scatters the snow-balls around him most vigorously, and he has given many a rogue of a boy such a settling down upon the ice, as to make it fairly crack again! Yet in some years he is much mo...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

_TVT -n 'S/^8 _P_^8 _: —THE.UNDERSIGNED REttie market a{ ? ?Pr °- dace an _^ article ^^ to anyin _warSntS »«^ Instruments made, by him are fully _Sre2i?|^d _^t i---H « workmanship W- Tanin S aiid_,Re P airing carefully attended to. " F_^ARREL, HEKRING & CO.; . ' , ' _, _^^ _6 2^<_jHEBTmiT _STBEET , _PHILADELPHIA. MAKERS QE HERRm^'SPATENT _CHAMPION SAFES _^ _^js_^assst-at which $500°°° a cto Ha iz: iCo _-> V- _^c _s^^^« tory, five Jt _oitfin ?^iSh eet .and Bar Lead Manufacit?' £x0fr--_^ -si _SLzs _sssjtsS^^^_ssrssa heat for ten _nTiiwi t_^ Md ex POsed to a very severe money conta!_nedffilf _rSod_5y ^^ P a Pers aQtl the onlvdamaw t_« iv, good state of preservation—from the' Safe 's -beln_?_Sledilfe, _^"H qaite damp proof-fillingi. i&te heal _wS. _^^i t&aa from the fire racier, _owW tothe _SaT_^i_°f K _^mo 8t _intense chathe fact that _eS st ar? _wa\^?_l_^ the4_iiUdin _»'aud itM« 9 t«no*' «,_n_«-_]tr_^r y wasin names at once. I regard

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

W. _E. CORNER SEVENTH _W _ggZ_£_Z _An Institution designed to _prepareyoung m tive business. . Incorporated Jane 4th, Established Sep tember, 1844. _W9"r i_, , - , • 1S55# BOAB_0 OF _TO _TSTBES_. B0A pavid S. Brown, B-B- Comegys, . _y. Parsons, Francis _Hpsteins, .g_^ Haclter, David Milne, _^ _^ Hinman, Geo.H. Stuart, Frederick Brown, lm. ^^^_._tip_^_citt,*. _-' - ¦ s. h. _cRrrrMDE».»>_fe 2'-S. ii!CpI11>t-^_ii.B pKffl_^2a? 5aE °.f»—Men, &c. Catalogues, containing *^ l-ffiff_^_JSf_^Sa ner of instruction, &c, may be bad on appiyi S College, either in person or by «™ FP!nre . for sale _KT CRITTENDEN'S BOOK-KEEWW** w Price, $ 1.50. Key to same, 50 cents.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

! _^ptffl*^ Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and Infl 'u-JPSM[_uft_± ekza, Irritation, Soreness, or any affec-AgaPH KM_|tu>n of the Throat CURED, the Hacking |tj_>r>]_J IHtlulCough in Consumption, Bronchitis, WfymS_^ Whooping Cough, Asthma, Catarrh, RE-^_MSflgaf LIEVED by BROWN'S BR ONCHIAL _^4i i|_V TROCHES, or Cough Lozenges. "A simple and elegant combination for Coughs, &c." Db. G. F. Bigelow, Boston. " Have proved extremely serviceable for Hoarseness. " Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. " Irecommend their use to Public Speakers. " Rev.E. H. Chapin , New York. " Mast salutary relief _tra Bronchitis." Rev. S_^ _Seigiried, Morristown, Ohio. (e Beneficial when:compelled to speak, suffering from¦ ¦ _* Cold." ¦ _Bev. S. J. P. Anderson, St. Louis. " '¦'* Effectual in-removing Hoarseness and Irritation of the Throat, so common with Speakers and Singers, " Prof. M. STACy JOHNSON, La Grange, Ga. Teacher of Music, Southern Female College. " Great benefit when taken before a...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

EINE JEWELRY IN THE CITY , i-Consisting of sets of Breast Pins and Ear-Rin««, _™ t. as PearlsCarbuncles, CoralsCameos _LavS_?L _™Ch tme Mosaic, Amalikite GameteGold Stone GoirtSfQ ' MosaicEnameled , &c, mounted in Plain _!«T_^._f Stone Gold of the finest _^ualify _aTd _mos_^&S^^f lowest prices for which the goods can_^ VnW if \the large arid splendid assortmentof the fines? _^ **?* American and Imported -: Watches, for Ladies' and Gentlemen 's Wear selected and imported by the _snbscriw .. ': -_^f * lainePins, &c., to match. _?. _$**_"_** * ; Chafe-The subscriber would also call _attend + _%. _' ment of Silver Tea Sets oFtiS iW to .nis .aSs °rtterns, of which he has always a _larS s?n i _°C _f e .pat _" will make them to order _atfthe short**, ° « _° hand ' or Silver Tea_^uid Table _^oS^^_X^^;^ ^¦H. MULLIGAN ,

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

•JHE BEST PIANOS .ARE HADE BV CHICKERIN G & SONS , O,W_« - *; Warerooms> 807 Chestnut Street. _tlniSsLte_,6. 8 hDd Ea _^68t .Ma»«&ctory m _^ since 1823 _W *_K We haVe m ade arid sol<l 22,000 pianos, been KgSdS K"" eXce "e_»c_« Of which we have and th?Sfce MelTztth?^?** ' 1_" this country ' HfSS^^_SSlf of my friends anrf Z_™** _* be _«_4eave to call the attention _nuu4 _J_^_fififflSffS*"** °{ Fat-PARLOR LIBRARY" _iilNINGl ROOM & CHAMBER Th 1 4 _FURNITURE. withrftn_^ 8tyle _. Oflmitation EBONY FURNITURE 7003 ° rnament8 > _oa hand , and made to order.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

SAVING FUND. . . .. NATIONAIi _SAFETT_^^_KUST COMPANY, _affART3SREl_> BY THE STATM-OFT_^_NlfSYLyANIA , _30LTTX*_3EJ JS. '_. 1. Money; is'received everyday, an,d in* , any. amount, large or smalL ' ' 2. FIVE PlBB CENT, is paid'for money_^rrom the day it is. put in. • . • " <; _/ 8. The money is always paid backin,G. QLD, whenever it is called for, and without notice. ' . ' 4. Money is -received from Executors, ' A&ministralors, Guardians, . and others wio desire to'Jhave it ' in- a place of perfect safety, and where interest can be obtained for it. ' - _. 6. The money received from depositors is invested in REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGES , GROUND RENTS, and such..other first-class, securities a£_>£ae Gharter directs _^ ' . _: .. * 6. Office hours—Every day from 9 till five o'clock, and on Mondays and ' Thursdays till-8 o'clock in the evening.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

_JINEPASHIOHABLE CLOTHING B. H. ELDRIDGE'S CONTINENTAL CLOTHING _HOXTSE. . ; _JST. E. corner of Eighth and Gliestnut Streets. . A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OP READY-MADE CLOTHING ALWAYS ON _JTATsm With a full Stock of _^AJNJ) CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND _YESTtWr of French, English, and American Mariu i_^'_^ . , which to select. • ' ¦<•¦** -- . ¦ • ' . ¦ _¦- _™ _^ We Btndy to please. , . _-_^ _^M^^. _'_^j ' _¦ "¦¦ ¦¦ . _' "¦ .THE : ¦ - ¦ ¦ ; : • . _- . : i- :. " , ¦ _} LA1GEST AND MOST _VABJEDi STOCK ' ¦ r ' OF •''¦ ¦''? *. " ;¦; .:- ;¦ ¦ ¦¦ ' ;

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 February 1860

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Alexander Whilldin, - Hon. Thos. Sargent, Samuel Work, Jonas*Bowman, John C. Farr, WiH_*_211111 J. Howard, Louis A. Godey, John C. Sims, John P. Simons, George Nugent, T. Esmonde Harper, Albert C. Roberts, H. H. Eldridge. MEDICAL EXAMINEES. J. F. Bird, M.D.X , J. Newton Walker, M.D. In attendance at Company's Office daily from 1 to 3 o' clock p.m. " - _, feblO ly /_COMMONWEALTH FIRE INSURANCE COMPA-\j NY of the State of Pennsylvania. Office, Northwest cornerJFourth and Walnut streets, Philadelphia. StTBSCBlBED CAPITAL} $600,000. Paid up. Capital, $200,000. DAVID JAYNE, M. D:, President. THOMAS S. STEWA_3RT, Vice President. Samuel'S. Moon, Secretary. • . - ,-. feb. 26-1 yr.

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