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

kROFULA, OR EIN | J£JIL ' A constitutional dis|s|ficorrut»tion of the blood, 3lich this fluid be#««3_^itiated, weakand poor_, jfin the circulatUl p pervades the whole body, &t%r burst out in d|4se on any part of it. No orga _¥ee from its atttfcs. por is there one which it ma destroy- Tl _selpfulous taint is variously pal _Ay mercurial _dlalijow living, disordered or va % food, _impurairlfilth arid filthy habits, and A-f _Ising vices. f hMver be. its origin, it is here-. uSiie _constitutill _*R_«ending "ft ?m _parents to ? nlJdr _Jit6 the thirdlilPftrth generation;" indeed, it seen*_- the r0M|Biin who says, "I will visit f ""iris of the f'mem »pon their children. " Itseff«_t omnienci'ylfeposiUo>from theblood of corrupt «^cr ou»*»»pp_^hi€fi, in the lungs, liVer_^ and _Jpte_^V prgans; ipr&eu tubercles ;4n the glands, swellings !* on thelrJACt!,eruptions or soies. This foul _cbrrulL whiclr_4Bd$rs in the bloo<)> depresses the energi<K }ife &a...

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

SAVING JUNDS _, _"_^Ite savings -fund. draw their aon_^W fTZ1 "* rrrsSwr—-- GEO. H. H A'KTJ _President. , CHARLES 6. IML4Y _JZtshiet. mar. 5-1 yr. J. HENRY HAYES, first Teller. k MERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST _Jjl COMPANY-*- Company's BaUdings, '8duth-eiist Corner of WALNUT and F OURTH Streets: - , Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Incorporated ' l850_,by the Leg islature of Pennsy lvania. Capital $500,000. Charter Perpetual. Insures Lives during the natural life or for snort terms, grantsannuities and endowments, and makes _contacts of *ii _irioib; _HopgjuKng on the issues of life. Acting also as _ExecutarsTTreuifosimpflmTSI_^^ , Policies of Life Insurance issued *t the usual _mnttogt rates of other good Companies—with profits to the assured-—at Joint Stock rates20 percent, less than above,* or Total Abstinence rates 40 per _centiT less than Mutual price. SAVING FUND. Interest at 5 per cent allowed for every day the Deposit remains, and paid back on demand in Gold and ' Silver,...

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

WEI THE NEW YEAR COME TO-NIGHT, MAMMA?" »Y CORA M. EAGER Wilt tHe New Y«ar come to-night, mamma? I'm tired of waiting so—. My stockings hung by the chimney-side Full three long days ago. I run to peep within the door By morning's early light; 'Tis empty still—O say, mamma, Will the New Year come to-night? II. "frill the New Year _cdtne to-night, mamma? The snow is on tbe hill, ' . And the lee must be two inches thick Upon the meadow rill. I heard you tell papa, last night, His son mu8t have a sled; (I didn't mean to hear, mamma,) Anda.pair of skates, you said. III. I prayed for just those things, mamma—I shall bo full of glee, And.the orphan boys in the village school Will all be envying me. I'll give them toys and lend them hooks, And make their New Year glad; . For God, you say, takes back his gifts • ; When little folks are bad. '" ¦ ;_,• ¦ ¦ . '¦ IV - ' _Aod Won't you letine go, mamma, _' U_^H lift N_«w Year's d*r» , \_tod earry_^bmething nice- and warm " -i/To poor...

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

eBiTTE«®E«S UplichlgpE €ammttxthl N. E. CORNER SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT STS An Institution designed to prepare young men for active business. Established September, 1844. Incorporated June 4th, 1855. BOARD OP TRUSTEES. B. B. _Comegys David S. Brown, ' Franeis Ho3_kins , A. Y. Parsons, David Milne, Isaac Hacker, Geo. H. Stuart, I). B. Hinman, Jno. Sparhawk, Frederick Brown, Joshua liippincott, Jr. tacvvvy. S. H. CRITTENDEN, Principal,. Consulting Accountant, and Instructor in Commercial Customs. THOMAS.W. MOORE, Professor of Penmanship. JOHN GROESBECK, Professor of Book-keeping and Phonography,and Verbatim Reporter. JOHN BARNARD and GEORGE V. MAFS, Instructors in Science of Accounts,and Commeicial Calculations. WM. K; HUTCHINSON, Assistant Penman. HON. JOEL JONES, REV. SAMUEL W. CRITTEN_? ;! DEN, D. H. BARLOW, Esq., Lecturers on Commercial Law, Political Economy, Duties of Busines . , Men, &c. : - - " ¦ ' ¦ • ' ¦' • ¦ ' : ": Cataloguescontaining iuil _.particulars of terns,...

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

MwuIUmmm _OITE OF _fHE WONDEBS _pj. _rpjp J_^EP AN ICEBERG FROM " "EIGHT TO TEN MILES LONG, OFF. CAPE HORN. In a conversation with Capt. Kirby, of the ship Vncowah , which arrived at this port on the 22d instant, from New York, he yesterday gave a description, of _^ the great floating ice-island, which he passed oil pie 9th of Au_^us_^aboat 50 mites to the southward-of Cape Horn * . Gapt. Kirby and his officers and drew all agreed in pronouncing this the largest iceberg they had ever seen, and what is more remarkable, it is very rarely tbkt these wonders, of the deep ever Show themselves so late as August. It argues a terrific* Antartic winter, which, indeed, .was abundantly illustrated in the severe hail and snow storms experienced by all the ships which have recently arrived from the Atlantic ports. The great berg was seen first by the second officer, from the deck, about noon of the 9th August. It was then a mere glittering nunimuek on the horizon ahead. Capt. Kirby, at f...

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

SILVER _PLACED _^ARE. We wish it expressly unders _tood that wenkni_^facture from the, raw material of \ _\ Albata and Nickel 5%er Metals \ of the best quality, and plate wnfa _purjb silver. Very thick and heavy plate for service; all which we' warrant to be as represented.' We also keep, on hand, an assortment of \ \ > SOLID SILVEE WAEE. \ warranted full standard: tea-sets, pitcbebs, cuhb _, spoons, FORKS, NAPKIN RINGS, ETC., ETC. \ I Having been long engaged in tbd _manufjfeture of these Goods, and one of the early _originators of llectro-Silver Plating, we have no hesitation in presenting to the public-the Awards of Merit and _Qommendatnms of the Pres3. The increased demand for our Goods _OToVes their superiority and utility. \ BREAKFAST SERVICE. \ Coffee Urn—Water Kettle— Teat Pot—Sugar Bowl inl Cream Jug. * j\ , Breakfast Knives—Ivory—Pearl—Cameo—Metal and Fancy Handles and Plated Blades. A superior article for family use. _1 Spoons and Forks—Triple plate (3) on th...

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

PRENTICE ON RETALIATION. One of the best things wo have seen as tending to show the absurdity of the late movements in Richmond against patronising the North in their purchases, is from Prentice of the _Louhvitle Journal. It treats the subject in the only way it really deserves to be treated. Our good friend of the Richmond Whig cordially approves the idea oflt the formation of voluntary associations throughout _> Virginia and the South, bound _together by'a-cooimon pledge among themselves neither €6 eai/drink, wearbuy nor use any articles whatsoever manufactured or imported from the . North." All'this may be very well/to touch the pocket offthe North , but how are we to protect the Southern heart against the fascinating belles of Boston, New York and Philadelphia? The girls who give the South What gold could never buy. There is no need of forming any other " voluntary associations" than those imposed by the marriage, service. True, our fathers in the revolution made 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

WEALTHY MAEEIAGESi At the ordination of Independents, it is customary for the ordaining minister, after.the confession of faith, and a prayer for the Divine blessing and influence to attend- the union that has been publicly recognized between the pastor and the church, to address to each of the parties a charge,; containing suitable instructions, cautions, admonitions, and encouragements with regard to their respective duties. .No person was more calculated than Mr. Jay to perform strictly, and without favor or affection, this part of his avocation. Hd had tiliserted-'Cgrowing evil amongst his brethren, with the cause of which he. was well acquainted, and he therefore determined to- rebuke and denounce it. When in the midst of an ordination sermon, he tliua addressed, some candidates for admission into the church of Christ as Independent ininisters:_^( .BIy young * brethren, it is deeply to be regretted that many young men, after having been educated for the church , which has thu...

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

[_Extract from a letter written by a distinguished Lawyer, in MameJ ~ - ASTHMA. Messrs. Joseph Burnett & Co.:—Gentlemen—I tried more than thirty, different specifics for the Asthma, until I had become worn down by disease, and almost discouraged. When I commenced taking your medicine, I had been afflicted with the disease about twenty years. It is of the spasmodic kind; and in_.a bad attack I have frequently sat up sixteen nights in succession. Soon after taking your medicine, I found.an unaccustomed relief. JVf y health and strength _beganto improve. I have gained about twenty pounds in weight, and have, comparatively, no Asthma. When. I feel thesymptoms returning, a few teaspoonfuls of the-medicine is sufficient to remove it. .: It seems tov me that the very foundation of my disease has been broken up, and thai it will soon entirelv leave me. At any rate, no one that has suffered -what I have, _heretofore, and enjoyed the _heatyh that I have enjoyed since last fall, can ...

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

"R LUTZ, CABINET _WARJg_^OOMS, &.C., J\ ' 121 SOUTH _i!_._LBt!ENTH STREET. Owing to the recent increased facilities in the manufacture of Cabinet wares, I beg leave to call the attention of my friends anil customers to my present stock of Furnitu& _, comprising every variety of _PARBQR, LIBRARY, DINING-ROOM & CHAMBER \ FURNITURE. The ktest style of Imitation EBONY FURNITURE jcith._sili. oxxiameala_, _onJiand, and made to order. 7Q2_^- ;, / • THE FIRST PREMIUM FORSEWING_^ MACHINE_^ X HAS BEEN AWARDED TO LADD, WEBSTER, & CO., At the Penn'a. State Fair, for 1859. These machines make a Tight Lock Stitch, alike on ' oth sides of the work, on a straight needle and a wheel <eed. They do a greater range of work, and do it beterthan any other sewing machine. They stitch, hem, ind, fell, run and gather , without basting. Read the folio _wiag extracts from letters: ' From Lieut. W. S. Maury, U. S. Navy. «I cheerfully give you my testimonial in its f...

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

I THE WEST _HTDIAH tABIES. Mothing about, them is more astonishing than tbfttress of the women. It is impossible; to deny to/'hejn considerable taste and great power of atfiptation. In England, among" our housemaids _^d even hay makers,-crinoline , false flowers , long jpaists, :and. flowing sleeves have become cptnmon; put they clo not wear their, finery as though they 'were afc-houiem it. There is generally with them when in their Sunday best, something of the hog in armor. With the negro woman there is nothing of. this. In the first place, she is never shamefaced; Then she has very frequently a good figure, and having it she knows how to make the best of it. She has a natural skill in dress , and will be seen with a boddice fitted: toherfa ' s though it had been made and laced in Paris. Their costumes on fe te days and Sundays are perfectly marvellous., They, are by no means contented.with colored calicoes; but shine in muslin and light silks at Heaven onl y knows how much a ya...

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

_^ AiTlCTIOHS. T1i n LiJuQefootoZ fasti never die. The fOtgn' _TtkaSr _^pmpr _jQg o f home—early home. They are tv gpund_^ Th ere is the old tree , were i8 _^ Jfe Hghjrhearted boy swung many a M_6f w njf the river in which he learned to V, y°_^p the _Kouse in' which he knew a pa-JPf yon—nayy there the room in which _jP_^_j_^rith brother and Biste r, long since, _a/aj&ir* _^j8 ya M _*n which; h<? must soo n be _gg_^jf overshadowed byr yon old church , _Vthitfi_^a J°y°uS troop like himself, he had _ofte Jwed his _parentt to Worship with; and iflaJgojftd old man who ministered at the altar. ¦ _Rrwfren the very school-house, associated in jo «i _dayfl with thoughts of tasks, now comes to Ik pleasant remembrances of many occasions thju forth'some igetferous exhibitions of noble tr_^f _huojan . nature. _Tfeere is where he learned top some of his firat, emotions. . There, peroh/e, he first mqt the being who, by her love t _anJeoderness _itt life, has made a home for hini...

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

JO1_TAS WEITCOMB'S REMEDY FOR AST HMA, Is worthy the attention of all _^Afe wSiTcOh MBof tressing complaint. The late _JJjJAJJ_^ gJthe benefit Boston, visited Europe a _*"_£»£££%_& frequent atof his health, which was much imp» ireU *v « _i tacks of „ _„,,. SPASMODIC ASTHMA. While in Germany, an eminent p hysician became mterested in his case, and promised him r«Iiel * _^ and lowed the treatment ordered, and, to _"•JP'Pft pr6-joy, his asthma almost entirely disappeareu . n i cured the recipe whieh had accomplished so »«** JJJ him, brought it with him to this country, ?™ _*°?_£_™o the property of the present proprietors. It c°"f_™ £ poisonous or injurious properties, whatever; ana an u_» fant may take it with perfect safety. [Letter from a distinguished Lawyer in Newburyport , Mass.] ASTHMA. Newbur_? port, Feb. 25, 1856. Messrs. Joseph Burnett & Co-:—It is now nearly twelve months since I received the first bottle of yonr valuable medicine for the cure of the A...

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

_WOMEH AHD _LITERATTTBE. The literature of three centuries ago is not decent enough to be read; we expurgate it. Within a _hundred jears woman has become a reader, and for that reason, as much or more than anything else, | literature has sprung to a higher level. No need now to expurgate all you read. Woman, too,, is now an author; and I undertake to say, that the literature of the next eentury will be richer than the classic epochs, for that cause. Truth is one, ere, absolute} but opinion is truth filtered through the moods, the blood, the disposition of the spectator. " Man has looked at creation and given us his impression, in Greek literature, and in English, one-sided, half-way, all awry. Woman now takes her stand to give her views of God's works, and her own creation; and exactly in prJj_^rtioD, as woman, though equal, is eternally different from man, just in that proportion will the next eentury be doubly rich because we shall hav _. e both sides. You might as well plant ...

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

THE BEESSED|_TESS OfTEARS_^ ;_jS Sickness has come, and the time for watching, and weariness, and prayer. The child who had lived long enough to be the jnusic and %hfc of your dwelling, twining i&elf round your living self, and associated with everybope and happiness of your life, is now in fearful peril. Its hot and beetie.cheek lies against .your own, _asEyOu pace the room in the dead of _the night, bearing it to and fro in its suffering and patience, lo those hours of suspense and pain? .the seed is dropping fast for a future harvesting—-if your child should live, in love, and tenderness , and sympathy; should it die, a bosom full of memories and greaitthQughts, too great for words, clustering about _3his one belief, that, should, you act aright,.you wiH meet in heaven a bright spirit who will call you father, I see in your dwelling a little coffin, and within it a form exquisitely moulded, the ringlets parted on its white and rounded forehead; an unopened bud lies on i...

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

_•_JHE BEST PIANOS ARE MADE BY chicke rYn%_??& sons, n _' W-'r Warerooma > 807 <_%v&ut Stfeet. _Sfi_^si&i= and ,£132 _MeSTrt _ttT_^_SftfrJI_* _^ _?Tfy ' over all competition. I liberal ,_nf * _*l f_»X 11 _' ODdon ' and Seminaries of Learning _^J_^Td_11 °the _? eisy > to let, tunedjanU _repaired tUm * taken ln exchange. i— _^ ' oct27—lyr.

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

JOSEPH BURNETT & C0._} PROPRIETOR OF COCOAINE, a compound of Cocoa-Nut Oil, &c, for the Hair. ' FLOR1MEL, a new and delightful Perfume for the Handkerchief. KALLISTON, a Cosmetic,, for removing Freckles , Tan, Sunburn, &c. ORIENTAL TOOTH WASH, for the Preservation and Beauty of the Teeth and Gums. JONAS WHITCOMB'S REMEDY FOR ASTHMA, Rose .Cold. Hat Fever, &c. ¦ BURNETT'S SUPERIOR FLAVORING EXTRACTS, for. Cooking purposes. S39 The above-named articles an manufactured solely by the, j_%op%ietar8. The names and titles thereof are adopted as Trade Marks, " to secure the public and the proprietors against imposition, by the introduction of spurious articles. All unauthorized use of these trade marks will be promptly prosecuted. JOSEPH BURNETT & CO., 27 Central StreetBoston.

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

_CQFECH PSALMIST «_luced within si _moSlSf Assembly ' has been totr0 other books _jSSS?* 1 **_"* 0 ""^^ churches in which _- _ISmo.isrlfl_^_'_^_4 ^^ The Fifty-Fourth Edition, . ih 32mo. far 3»'S_£r "SSS?by ***¦ or ChurcheS ' SeBt PR1_£^?_Lf» 8. LUTHER, _PRESBYTBRIAlf BOOK STORE, ___-_— . Philadelphia. _JTTST €_XTT ftEi htLL !S SHORTER CATECHISHfwith tU "«>rs. In muslin, 2o cents. .In Boards, 15 _cts. 707.

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

"TjiINE GROCERIES. JAMES R. WEBB'S TEA WAREHOUSE, 223 SOUTH EIGHTH ST., BELOW WALNUT. _i ' Has constantly on hand a large assortment of the (Choicest Teas, Java and Mocha Coffee, and every description of Fine Groceries, for family use. . 183"" Orders by mail promptly attended tQjXjgbd _.careftlly packed and forwarded. s, %_|yl6-l y . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 January 1860

mmmttimhMt For the American Presbyterian. INDIA. IiEETJSR fROM A NATIVE CONVERT. My Dear Editors j—A letter just received from India brings two items of intelligence connected with our missionary work there, which may _interest some of font readers. The letter was written by Bamkrishnapunt, or as his name is generally Anglicised in the Missionary Herald, Be?. E. V. Maduk, who is now pastor of a native church in the city of Bombay. You will excuse his imperfect English, and prefer his own language to any digest of it which I could make. His first paragraph refers to a recent rebellious movement by a class of people called _Nughera_, subjects of a native prince in Georrat called the Gaekwar. Speaking of this, movement, he says: "The _JBunzas and _Marwadis ot tins city (two of the mercantile classes of Bombay) have all put on a great mourning for the distress and calamity which has come on their great God in J)warkat in the kingdom of the Gaekwar. The Naghers raised a rebellion...

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