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

M . L. _HEflENBERG AND SONS, Manufacturers of and Dealers in HOT - AIR i1 -U-B IT A C E S ¦ , ;__.. .,., FOJtt _WPOB AJI_»CO4_L.-, - _, r PORTABLE FURNACES, HEATERS, COOKING RANGES, REGISTERS, VENTILATORS, REVOLVING REFRIGERATORS, '_¦ : '¦ ' _' ¦ - ¦' ¦ - - ¦ '¦ _' ¦¦' Sec , See. ' *> ' : This Refrigerator is made in an octagon formand is very ornamental as well as useful. The ice chamber is situated at the topoccupying one- half of th . e area of the boxand about half its depth. The other half of the top of the box, to half the depth of the ice chamber, is the milk and butt«r _closit. It has a zinc bottom, and is entirely separate from otljer parts of the Refrigerator. Access is gained to this as well as the ice chamber, by raising the top. Under the milk and butter is a wine closet of the same size (see upper door on side of box.) The balance of the Refrigerator is in one general apartment, where all kindiof tVfeatPoultryFishFruit&c &ccan be kept ia a ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

_ADVEETISEMEOTS BlNCrEL'S OT0M01_T OF THE NEW TESTAMENT, ; ORIGINAL VNALTERED _ASB COMPLETE EDITION. For _reasoas stated in a circular recently issued by us, and which will be sent to any who may desire It, the pric_^ofBengel's great work has been reduced for the 5 vbls. _Svo. cloth, to $5 net, or by mail prepaid, $6.50. Lately Published—SwEa's Wqrds of Jesos, 5 vols. 8vo. cloth, ,$14.00 Gere.ach o'sr the _Pbjttateoch, Svo. cloth, 2.50 THOLircKOtr Joh_5_Tj8vo. cloth, . 2.25 Wai_^EB?s_. ifew,TE||^MEirr: <3_aASrwAR. -8-v.b. hf. ift%., 3.50 FAtRBAMir ' sT HeRMENEDTic_^L' MmxvxtJ,_i Svo.-clbth, 1.50 _BRtrcioue Cases of_' Cossetewce,12ojo. cloth, 1.00 Helps for the Pulpit, 12mo; cloth, 1.25 Coles on God 's Sovereignty, 12m_:>. cloth, 63 Tooke_'s _jpiVERsiows pp _PpRCEYi 8vb,; * " ' :. * 3.00 •SMITH, ENGLISH & CO., ¦ '¦ ¦ ¦ ' • No. 23 WoBTar Sixth _StI Philadelphia. S. E. & Co. have just removed to No. 23 North Sixth Street, nearly opposite _toeir former ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

_£E<HSLATTJEE OP IOWA. Des Molnes, Iowa, April 3, I860. I The anticipations _expressed in ray last letter I from this point have been confirmed, upon the adjournment of the Legislature to-day, sine die, after a session of seventy-eight days, the longest known in our history. Besides the civil and I criminal practice act, of which I wrote in my I last, our General Assembly has provided for the printing of the Revised Statutes of Iowa, under the supervision of 0. Ben. Darwin, Esq., one of I the codifying commissioners appointed two B years ago. He adds all the decisions of oar B Supreme Courts on the Code and Statutes as 1 revised, witb notes and referencesto the sources B of the principles embodied,in both the Code and B Statutes, as found in other States in America B and Europe. For a young man, he is, perhaps, B tbe greatest adept in legal lore, at least for his B years, in our State. But to return. As I anticipated, the subject H of temperance legislation has slept, aft...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

W_^Io _£Tf_^daa _£5 Of _^ _Wc_^r England College, _PrSSl now _^r In _* tation i either as Assistant or j ?a ia *f w lnonths - _^e best of references eivea. Address Teacher , West PhiladelphiaPa. 723—4t _T_^EW PUBLICATIONS . °_VZ BIBLE-CLASS , _^ AND THE C?OOD TffAT g'SS'.S_.'SSSfSft:_^11 _^ - DERBY & JACKSON, .:: Publishers, „ ¦ „_ New York. onlw_£55 Li1bo . _oksellef« ' or sent by mail port-paid, oa receipt of the price, by the publisliers. 724-lt. REV. ALBERT BARNES' WORKS. _^ . : New Editions. LIJfDSAY & BLAKISTON , PUBUSHEBS AHD _BOOKSELLERS , No. 25 South Sixth Street above Chestnut , Have just issued, in three beautiful volumes, I2mo., uniform style, new editions of the following works:—¦ _ I ;¦ _• ¦ -' ¦ -t • . ¦ ¦ :_¦ ' The Way op SAI.VATION. Illustrated in a Series ef Discourses. By the Rev. AlbertBarnes. One vol. 12mo. : " ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - ' ' •• • n . _' _'- _: ' ¦ The Atonement. In its relations to_^aw opd Mo ral Government. One Volume. Price $100. '• ¦ ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

TIH ' BIBLICAL B_.EAS0_IT WHY. A HAND-BOOK JFOE Biblical Students & Sunday School Teachers, AND A GUIDE TO FAMILY SCRIPTURE READING. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. _' Large 12mo, Cloth, Gilt side and bach. Price $lm This book makes the Bible a pleasant, as well as profound, subject of study. It leaves no difficult or obscure point unexplained. It renders every passage clear. It is exactly the Tolame that every family, which reads at all, imperatively needs to place beside the Bible as its best companion. , . This Volume answers 1,439 Questions in a clear manner. TESTIMONIAI.S OF THE:CtERGY. / "Hiavo given some attention to the "Biblical Reason Why," and feel bound to say that it seems to me to contain avast amount of information on Biblical suhjecis, conveyed _io a cleat-manner, illustrated by many valuable wood-cuts, and printed_, on good paper. It constitutes a valuable addition to tne apparatus of the Teacher, Parent, ' and private Christian." ' . _- ¦_-_' ¦ ¦ •• " ¦' _• ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

_piffpm _fifilltfiifi The Basle Missionary iNSTmraoN.—The following sketch of this Institution, by Rev. Mr, Spittler_, of Basle, will be read, we are sure, with interest :— In tbe neighborhood of Basle, about five miles from that town, upon a hill about fifteen hundred feet from the level of the sea, there stood an old church in an almost ruinous state, and as often as certain persons went tip to this place they felt grieved in their hearts that such a lovely place, and such a beautifully-situated church, should be so utterly useless. And they desired and' prayed to the Lord that this place might, if possible, be dedicated to the service of Christ; and, in the years 1839 and 1840, an application was made to the government of. Basle that this church! might be set apart and might be used for missionary purposes. The application was granted, and from that time till the present day, now nineteen years, this church has been employed for the purpose of training students for missiona...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

TO FARMERS AND GAEDENEES. The Subscriber offers for Sale 60,000 Barrels of POUDRETTE, made by the Lorn _MArfirFAcrtrjusrG Compakt, in Lots to suit Purchasers. This article is in the twentieth year of its introduction into this country, and has outlived fertilizers of every other description for the following reasons:— 1st. It is made from the night soil of the City of New York, by the L. M. Co., who have a capital of $100,000 invested in the business, which is at risk should thev make a bad article. 2d. For Corn and Vegetables it is the cheapest, neatest and hardiest manure in the world; it can be placed in direct coatact with seed, forces and ripens vegetation two weeks earlier, prevents the cut worm, doubles the crop, and is without disagreeable odor. Three dollars worth, or two barrels, is all sufficient; to manure an acre of corn in a hill. PB,I01:—1 bbl., $2; 2 bbls.. $3.50; 5 _bbls , $8; and over 6 bbls., $1.50 per bbl., delivered free of cartage, to vessels or railroad in _...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

m EINGSFORD & SONS' 0SWEG0 STAECH. The attention of families is respectfully called to this celebrated Starch, which for qualitybeauty, and general excellence, is not only unrivalled, but unequalled in this country or in Europe. , IT IS UNIFORMLY PERFECT IN ALL BESPECTS. It is _thQteame in all climates, never sours in hot or cold weatherfand requires less starch in using, than any Those who have used it for many years past, require no information as to its value. To others who hare never had it, we would say, one trial will establish its superiority. It is for sale by Grocers generally. Be particular to ask for KINGSFORD'S STARCH, and see that you get it. Inferior qualities are so extensively sold in some places, that in many instances families are not aware any Better Starch cau be obtained. ALLEN & NEEDLES, ' Wholesale Agents for the Oswego Starch Factory, 42 S. Wharves and 41 S. Water St., • ' Api2—6m. ' Philadelphia.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

Mr. Preseott's Place Filled.—The American public will be gratified with the announcement that John'-Lothrop Motley, author of the History of the Dutch Republic, has been elected Corresponding Member of the French.Institute, in the place of; the lamented Prescott. In philosophical analysis, in clearness and vigor of style, and in learning and research, Motley stands in the front rank of living high _torians, and perhaps no work which has issued from the press of this country has been received with more favor, or elicited higher encomiums abroad than this h istory of our learned and accomplished countryman. TimeS, -. ' ' ¦ ¦ : ¦' _-¦ . ¦¦' .;¦ ¦ • " . _' • . . ¦ -:-i , Peaches.—^There is a fair prospect thToughout the; peach-growing districts, says the Doylestown (Pai) Democrat, so far as we have been enabled to ascertain, of an abundant and full harvest of this delicious fruit the coming season. ¦;¦ ;? ¦ . ¦> . J ,, i ? :j

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

FORM OF BEFOBT Hr Our Publication Committee have issued a neat land concise form for the Report of a Church Scsmsi 'on to its Presbytery, The Clerks of Presbyte-¦rics will appreciate this form. The tables for eon-Htributions embrace the different committees and _Hiocieties to which our churches usually give, under Hthe headings contained in the Minutes of the Gre-W _aeral Assembly. Its general use by sessions would facilitate the labors of the Clerks of Presr I bjteries and add, if> the .._precision,. .ofJibe'Minutes _lof our General Assembly. _^ ..jCh_^_islil_^^jtj_^_J&oeiBu His one cent.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

TOOKE'S PURLET! SEW _EDITION Just Published. THE . DrvERsxQN_^,OF _^J?a_,B,tsx. .By, John Home Tooke, with numerous additions from the copy prepared by the author for re-publication. Revised and _Gorrecfed, with Additional Notes, by Richard Taylor, F. S. A., F. L. S. 8vo., Cloth. $3.00 William Tegg , London. SMrTfl[, _^NGLISH & CO., _Philadelphia. WiU be sent by mail , Prepaid, upon receipt of price

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

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Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

CORRECTION H The wrong initials were accidentally appended Bto the Sunday School Dedication Hymn, in our Bins ' , number. They should have been, C. A. C. I Newark, N. J.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

THE &m OF SPENDING MONEY. Mr. Donald G. Mitchell (Ike Marvel) delivered a lecture in Brooklyn, rccentlyj on the subject of " Spending Money," a summary of which we find in the Brooklyn Eagh. There are; more people who acquire the art of making money, than there are tttose w_^_rjearnjio_._^tp spend it judiciously and properl y^* :- 'K _* ' - ' ,\ -, . • . ,.. ' .-.. Mr. Mitcheljisaia * tile subject was a lipmely one, and perhapsih_^wight'to apologize for it; but nevertheless, as mbney_^malcirig engrossed so much of our attention, spending money must be an object oi some interest, aijd worth devoting ati hour to. If there is an art (bf making money, there may be a system in spending it. _; During the past few years we had heard a great deal said about personal extrayaganqe, yet \all these lamentations , had not tended, to dec_/saseJt ;puch. Financial crises had the _^ effect of _didiimsliing, while they lasted, need" less expeoditur|sj but when the crisis, has passed, pe...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

_^imMmmm THE BEST PHY SICAL EXEEGISE. The true idea of education is admirably, unfolded in the late inaugural of President Samson, of Columbia College. Dr. _Samson writes of _walkr ing as a physical exercise in the true vein of an experienced amateur. He, doubtless,, has Jong practised in this thing what he preaches to others. We like his ideas, and so shall reflect a little what he says, asking our readers to hear him in the following: _\ :. '¦¦ _' ' . ' . ' ' . ¦ _r._' , :>. ' . - ¦ :,_.., _.t • . •- ¦ ., As to physical education, much has been md about_^reviving old unphilosophical methods, and mdoh has been done to keep alive a true philosophy. After all theoriaing and experimenting_^ practical experience briDgs men back; to value most highly, because it Has been proved to be valuable, the simple, cheap, universally_*posses¥ed means of p hysical development and culture which constituted the perfection of main's material en dowment in paradise-—the plain diet and s...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

From the German. ABOUT THE MONTHS.—APEII _^ _tiFathe_*,"-exclaimed little Adolphus_) onerday as he came hastily into the room. " Father, haven't you told me that April is a spring month ?" Bis father, who was busy writing, answered his little son without looking up, ?'Yes, my son; spring begins on the 20th or 22st of March , conspquently April ia the first complete spring month." Adtlphus laughed. "A curious spring mouth, indeed," said he; "just look out of the window and seel It is snowing flakes as large as it did iu January." "No matter," suid his father. "April is an uncertain fellow, and just now it is liis pleasure to imitate thefashion-of-winter:" "I wish -I had lcaown that before," said Adolphus, with a tone of disappointment, "I would not have put my sled away behind the wood-pile, where I e«n'tget1 .. at it." "You must not suffer yourself to" be deluded by the fickle month of April. Leave your sled alone, and just look out and see how MaHer April is already hanging o...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

LIFE INSUBAHCE A»D _TBITST COMPANY. _Companff _5aadtng8,'B «|iitIi-e«Steowerof WALNUT and FOURTH Streets. _^ &or_^d1*5b bylihi i_^ilaftire of Pennsylvania, Of all kinds dep|»|n| o _^ d . _eoaKnM .s F° JS_f ftih_^r_^o6dComip _^ies--_%dth profits to the as - rate8 ,?f _?l ,_JLf _smc_^ttest_^O per cent, less than above, _SSS^^^' *** _^ _Mutual prfce - , r sAvmelmwD- . _^iZZTck_^s' _^ f * _« _^ * Bank > for use _«f DTP bfsil ComP any _hav FIRSTiMORTGAGES , REAL ES_^AT _eTSWnD _^_m and oth| r fi_^-clajs _n _iS_^ _Spolo_^_iihi_^U^^^^^ security p ER wHILLDIIf, President SAiMlTEL WORK, Vice Presid ent. Johw C. Sims; Sedretary. Johw S. _Witsow, Treasurer. . BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Alexander Whilldin, , John' Anspacb,- Jr. Samuel Work, " Jpnas Bowman, John C. Farr, _TS_^i_^_t. ' John Aikman, John C. Sim_% . Samuel T. Bodfine, George Nugent, T. Esmonde Harper, Albert C. Boberte, H. H. Eldridge. ' MEDICAI. EXAMINERS. J. F. Bird, M.D-, J- Newton Walker, M.D. In attendance at t...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

_MEIAKCHOLY_^QF EQte This, was the time, perhaps, when Eenyon first became _gerisible what a dreary city is Rbriie_; arid what a terrible weight; is there imposed. 00 human life,.when any gloom.withiu the heart corresponds to the spell of ruin that has been thrown over the site of the ancient empire. He wanderedj as it were, and stumbled over the fallen columns, and among the tombs, and groped his way into the sepulchral darkness of the catacombs, and found no path, emerging from% them. The happy may well enough continue to b_? such, _beneath the brilliant sky of Rome; but, if you go thither in melancholy mood—if you go with a. ruin in your heart, or With a vacant site there, where once stood the airy fabric of happiness, now vanished, —rail the ponderous gloom, of the Roman Past will pile itself upon that spot, and"crush you down as with; the heaped-up marble and grauite, the earth-mounds, and multitudinous bricks, of its material decay. * - It might be supposed that a mela...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

THE EIRE IN CHESTNUT STREET Letter from _Theb. H. Peters & Co. Philadelphia, January 19, 1860. Messrs. Farselj _Heabibg & Co., 629 Chestnut Street. Gentlemen:—We nave- _recovered the Herring 's Patent Champion Safe,, of .your make, which we bought from you nearly five years _ago, from-the ruins of our building,,No. 716 Chestnut street, which was entirely destroyed by fire on the morning of the 17th inst. So rapid was fhe.prolfress' o_^the flatnes, before we could reach the store, the whole interior was one mass of fire. The Safe being, in the back part of the store, andsurrounded by the most combustible materials, was exposed to great heat. It fellwith the waUs of that jartof the building into the cellar, and remained imbedded, in the ruins,for more than thirty hours. The Safe was opened ihis morning inthe presence of n,_?rT f °_/S enttem .en > an<l the. contents, comprising _nf v 1 m ' ' rece > vable _woney, and a large amount by fire? _^^...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 April 1860

THE PEAYEES OF A MOTHEE. Eecently, at a prayer-meeting, the following instance " was related: A man was converted who had adopted infidel opinions under the teachings of his father. The convert had previously been an active opposer of religion. At an evening prayermeeting, a brother suggested that conversions are given in answer to prayer, and that wicked men, who seem abandoned, are sometimes converted in answer to tbe prayer of parents who have long been dead. Our convert lost his mother when he was too young to remember her, but now it occurred to him that she might have something to do with his conversion. He tode out to his father's house to ask him about the matter. The old man chided his son for being such a foot in religion, but at last told him that not only was his mother a pious woman, but that her last hours were occupied with prayers for her child, and in charging her husband to bring up their child in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. And there was revealed...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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