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

Missionary; Intelligence.—The receipts of the American Board for the month of November, were $23,369, and the total amount from the 1st of August to the 1st of December, $57,407.35. The Missionai-y Herald for January contains the Annual survey of the Missions under the care of the Board, from which we make a few extracts:— . A.S introductory to the Annual Survey of the Missions, on this fiftieth year of the Board's operations, a few quotations from the last Annual Report prepared by Dr. Worcester, the first Secretary, {that for the year 1320,) and from a letter written by the same venerated man, a few months later, while on that journey to the Indian missions, from which he never returned, may not be uninteresting to the readers of the Herald. They will serve to show with how much satisfaction and gratitude good men then looked upon what seemed to them as great things already attained in the missionary work, and at the same time, to mark the contrast between what had then been and...

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

Dr, Baird and the Old School.—The Presbyter of Cincinnati is quite severe on Dr. Baird's acceptance of the post of Secretary to the Southern Aid Society. It says: ."We have heard nothing lately which so surprises us. That an Old School Presbyterian minister should accept the secretaryship of a New School pro-slavery voluntary association, which can only succeed by weakening our own Domestic Board of Missions, is of difficult solution. We hope that Dr. Baird will take a dismission and connect with some Presbytery of the United Synod, where he properly belongs, if it is in his heart to labor for the Southern Aid _Sbciety. What has Dr. Baird against our Board of Domestic Missions? ^>oes it not preach the gospel in the South? Do the men of our Church in the East encourage Dr. Baird to undertake this work ? If so, can they not accomplish all they desire through our own Board_? Has our Board aiPhiladelphia ever discriminated against the South in missionary appropriations? What wo...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 January 1860

Ordination and Installation.-_^Mr. Chas. E. Stebbins, a licentiate of the Presbytery of Geneva, was ordained to the gospel ministry, and installed pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Galesburg, 111., on the evening of Wednesday, December 14th, by the Presbytery of Knox. Sermon _bJNRev. Harvey Curtis, D. D., President of Knox College, from 1 Cor. iv. 1; 2 Cor. v. 20; 2 Tim. iv. 5. Charge to the pastor by Kev. Calvin Waterbury, of Enoxville. Rev; J. W. Gale, D. D., presided, made the o_^ditning prayer, arid gave the charge to the people. ;Kfv. Dr. Candee, of the 3d Presbyterian (O.S.): _Chuicfe, made the concluding prayer. Benediction by the pastor; Ordination and Installatiojii—Mr. Dwight K. Bartlett was ordained and _installeid ' pastor over the iSmithfield Presbyterian Church, c_%, Amenia, by the Presbytery of North Biver, (N. si) December 28th. Services as follows: Rev. Wm. N. ' _^ayre presided and put the constitutional questions. ! Rev. Lawrence P. Hiekbk, D. D., Vice ...

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

_^fftt_^ CoughsColds, Hoarseness, and Infi_.u-J_^mSunjZ_^ enza.IhbitatiokSoreness, or any affecl_^_flBUiA ttnn of ihe Throat CURED, the Hacking ¦_SikliKl&Ittwi _^ 0UGH IN ' Consumption, Bbonc mns_, _iHMtlnHsnr Whooping Cocoh, Asthma, Catarrh, RETfififSjOr _BIEVED by BROWN'S BRONCHIAL ^*_"3»^ TROCHES, or Couch Lozenges. "A simple and elegant combination for Coughs, &c. " Dk. G. F. Bigem>w , Boston. " Have proved extremely serviceable for JHoabseness. " Rev. Henh_* Wabd _Beeches. ** I recommend their use to Public Speakers. " Rev. E. -H. Chapiw , New York. « Most salutary relief in _BaoscHms. " Rev. S. _Seicfried, Morristown, Ohio. " Beneficial when compelled to speaksuffering from Cold." Rev. S_. J. P. AndebsokSt. 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 and after pleachi...

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

_N0TI61S 83=? Directory of _Presbyteriau Mini sters and Churches of Philadelphia. PRESBYTERIAN HOUSE, 1334 Chestnut Street. Names of Ministers and Residences and Churches. , Locations. Adams, E. E., 223 Thompson Street. Church, . . . Broad & Spring Garden. Adair, Robert . . . 703Filbertst.ab. 17th. Sec. Phila. Home Mis. Soc. Presbyterian House. Barnes, Albert . . . 255 South Eighth st. 1st Church . . . Wash. Square, cor. 7th. Binghak , Amos . . . 223 N. W. Perry st. City Missionary .-. . . _BaAiNiRi) , T., D_.D. . . 634 Pine st. 3d Ghurch . . . Cor. 4th and Pine sts. Bkown, Charles . • • 2008 Vine st See. Philada. Education Soe. Presbyterian House. _Brwebt, Bdwabd B. .. - 1531 Chestnut St. Bu_»DETT, M. ... Darby. 2d Church, Darby . ' . Darby. _Botixb_, James G * . . . Chestnutab. Till, W.P. Walnut St. Church, W. Phil. Bet. William and Till. Chandler, George . . . 492 Richmond st. 1st Church, Kensington . Gir'd Av. near Han. st. _CoNTEasi, '< aK.,D-D. •. . Green ...

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

A WEEK Of _EKATER. The second day of January was obseryed ia this city by our churches, agreeably to the appointment of the General Assembly, as a day for especial prayer for the conversion ', -ot. the world. Interesting union public services were held at Calvary Church. at 11 o ' clock, A. M., and at the Pine Street Church at 4 o'clock, P. M. It was exceedingly cold weather, and the attendance was, on that account,.thinner than is usual on such occasions; still, the exercises were appropriate and peculiarly impressive. The preseat week has been set apart, at the suggestion of missionaries in India, to be observed by all Christians, in all parts of the globe, as a set time for humiliation and earnest prayer for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the nations of the earth, especially heathen countries. Extra services are held in very many of the churches during the week. The Noon-day Prayer Meeting is conducted with particular reference to this object; the time being extended fr...

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

Presbyterian (0. S.}—The Seventh _Presbyterian Church of Cincinnati, vacated by Bey. Wm. M. Scott, D. D., on _Wednesday evening' , 21st inst., voted a call to Bev. R. G. Brank, of Lexington, Ky. _i, New Year'_s Present—Some of Rev. Dr. Bethune's old parishioners in Brooklyn, made a social ball on him in this city, on New Year's day, and presented him with $1,500. It was the gift of a few friends, and the reply was characteristic of the head, and heart of the Doctor. Methodism in New York.—Dr. M'Clintook, in a speech in New York city before a meeting called to consider the claims of the Troy University, stated that according to good statistics nearly one third of the church sittings in the State of New York are in Me_^ thodist churches, and nearly one fourth of the academical students in the State are in Methodist schools. BeY. P. D. Gurley, D. D., who has just been elected Chaplain to the Senate, is the pastor of the New York Avenue (late F. Street) Presbyterian Church, of ...

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

_GITT BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS THB AMERICAN-SUNDAY-SCHOOL TTNIOW, OX -ISBUl-Ntt A NEW BOOK BVERY SA.1 U-R.DAI M0BNIN_6, Is enabled to furnish a large assortment of new and - Elegantly Illustrated Books, DONE UP IN _mAWMQ_^E:. _OIX T BODLVGS, SUITABLE FOB HOLIDAY GIFTS. THE SOCIETY HAS OK" ITS CATALOGUE OVEJt Twelve _Hpnsbed _DISTINOSP PUBLICATIONS. These Embrace Books for The . Sunday-School, The Bible Class, The Family. In appropriate bindings for each * ALWAYS ON HAND, AC OMPL E TE A SSOM_^_MEMT: OF BIBLES, TOGETHER WITH TBE JDM VOTIONAL EGOK8 Used.in the . . .. DIFFERENT EVANGELICAL _DENQMHSFATIOKS. AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNI0_K, PHELADELPHIA—1122 CHEsmwr _SxaEBf. NEW YORK—375 _Broadwav. BOSTON—141 Washihgtoit _Stbset, OraoBrrB OtD Sooth _Chdbch. ; For sale by _Booksellers generaHy. Catalogues sent by mail free of charge. 710—714. ... ' . _¦ .. ' . * ¦' _.

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

NEW SUBSCRIBERS. In acknowledging the favors of many _brethren and of the complimentary mention they are pleased to make of onr efforts to please them, we would suggest to all that this is the most fit time in the year to commence to take a religious paper, and they will do us, and their friends, an especial kindness, by introducing our paper to the attention of their neighbors. A new name to accompauy the annual remittance is the kind of compliment we can fully appreciate. We rejoice that many are doing this, and while •_acknowledging our obligation, we desire to give a gentle hint to others, that the blessing of doing and receiving good may be made more general. The testimony from abroad has never been so cordial and/ generally approbatory of the paper, as within the last few weeks. This is true of all sections of our circulation. Even those few who dissent from our views, commend the candid and Christian spirit in. which our frank and conscientious utterances have been ma...

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

'I American Board, —Receipts at PMladelpMafor November and December , 1859. Phila., First Presbvterian Church, • A. B. $100.00, A. W. 100.00, J. B. 75.00, W. L. H. 50.00 W. L. H. for debt, 50.00, T. K. 25.00, G. F. D. 50.00, G. W. T. 25.00, J. C. 3. 10.00, J. B. G. 10.00, J. M. A. 10.00 S. C. P. 10.00, J. M. 10.00, J. W. 5.00 , W. P. L. 5.00, Cash 5.00 , D H. W. 5.00. C45.00 Ladies, of which $100.00 to constitute Mrs. Margaret HunterHon. Mem., and from Mrs. E. P. Wilson $100.00 to constitute W. G. Crowell Hon. Mem. 897.00 Mon. Concert Collections. 300.99 1742.99 Clinton St. Church Miss Wetherill. 30.00 Pine St. Church, bal. of col. 43.5S Mon. Concert. 14.57 58.15 Calvary Church Mon. Concert. 6-21 Southwark 1st Pres. Church. 31.00 An old Lady. 1.00 West Chester Pres. .Church. " 50.00 Harrisbuig lstPres. Church, Mon. Con. 14.15 Abington 1st Pies. Church. , zo_-°° Fairton, N. J., Pres. Church. 27.20 Bowling Green, Ky.., Thus. Calvert, Esq. 5.00 Baltimore, Md., 1st Con. Pres. Church. ...

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

DELITZSCH OH _fpfBSIS. The Subscribers announce a _Trjuaslation of the above valuable Commentary, from the 7"Aird German Edition, recently issued, by the _Keri C. P. _Krauth, Jr., D. D., Translator of " _Tholuck on the Gospel of John, " to be issued at an early day. Also, now re_^dy GERLACH ON THE _JKENTATEUCH. A Commentary on the Pentateuch, by Otto Von Gerlach. Translated by the Rev. Henry Downing, Incumbent of St. Mary ' s, Kingswinford. 1 vol. 8vo.ddih, $2.50. Stier's Words of Ihe Risen Saviour, ARC COMMENTARY ON JAMES. 8vo. doth, $2.00. SMITH, ENGLISH & Co. Publishers & Booksellers, AON. 614 Street, Philadelphia

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

SAYRE.—HUDSON. On Tuesday, 27th ult., by the Rey. W. W. Taylor, at the house of the bride's father, Deacon W. S- Hudson, near Perm Yan, N. Y., Mr. Wm. Henry Saybeof Dundee, to Miss Mast Sophia Hudson. FARMELEE. —MARTIN. Tn Rochester, on the 3d inst., by Rev. Dr. Shaw, at the Brick Church, Rev. A. H. Pakmelee, Pastor of Presbyterian Church, Livonia, Livingston Co., N. Y., to Miss Lyciktha Martin of Rochester, N. Y. . TAFT.—KIRTON. In West Bloomfield, Ontario Co., N. Y-on the 20th of Dec, by Rev. P. F. Sanbourae, Mr. Robert K. Taft, and Miss Elizabeth _Kirtojt, all of West Bloomfield.

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

.-;— /SAOTGFIJim _V_»_sw^»' ¦ »_w_~i~»~~—— rpHB STATE SAYINGS FUM_), _JTo. 83 DOCK STREET, PHILADELPHIA, NEXT DOOB. TO THE POST OFFICE. .- .. . > ¦ • ¦ f . ' „ • . ¦ •• » • ' . Are received nMt/^ M every MONDAYE VENIK G, on deposit. , ¦ • . :. :-_': ;^ ¦ - ¦ • ¦ - _> ¦ - ¦ ¦ ANY SUM OF MGN1Y WANTEB is returned when. ever called for. _" ' Many Persons open accounts with this Company, ard draw tneir money' by biiecto _j as in Bank, thus combining convenience and profit. . . , INTEREST IS, PAIDr On aU suins of Money, amounting-to -Three Dollars or more/at the rate of _;., :-r.; ,--.: . ¦;. ' ' ' " ¦ ' FIVE PER CENT., P_?,R,_^NUM. Fo Notice is_^required by this1 bonipany for the payment of either Principal or Intsresti SUBSTANTIAL SATISFACTION rTo Depositors has,, -withoui _exception ",_['isj_^eft ded th_« . operations and efforts of thw __ . ..f j _,>; _* _, wilLL-RWbWN INSTEEUTION. ' •' -:'r -; ' • ' --- _' G_$O.H;_WAWC_?President. CHARIJiS 'ft.. _IBOiAJ...

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

AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN - ¦ ¦; \"~ and " _ _GElfeSEE BVA_^_fGELISTi - A _WEEKLY FAMILY NEWSPAPER, Published every Thursday, at 1334 Chestnut Street, - ._*-. . . i.r.\. . * . . -r- . _Philadelphia, Pa. Devoted to thej p_$d«iotion of found Christian doctrine and pure retigioi/ especially as connected with the ConstitutionaLPresbylerian• Church in the United States of America. ' ¦; _!" •• D.tt HOUGHTON, Editor, . ./-ASSOCIATED WITH ALBERT BASNES , jfV . GEORGE _DUFFIELD, JH. THOMAS _BaAIKfiHDjI JOHN JENKINS, HENRY _DARLINtJ_, !l THOMAS _Jl SHEPHERD; < ; The American1 1 ' resbytehian was commenced three years ago by a eoi ipany of benevolent and pious men, who loved the Chi ireh and desired-to.prpmote its inter r ests. One year 1 tier,' at the mutual consent of the friends of both .pi persand by thepublicly*expressed concurrence and e tdorsenient of the Genesee Synodthe Genesee Evangelist, for ten years published at Rochester N. Y., was united with and merged in the A_^ebicak...

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

GOOD _JKOTHEKS. I was once on a visit at X_^_eofcl _^ mjin's house, in the town of Huotington, and nay attention was arrested by a picture that hungdn_.the dining-room. It represented an aged woman in a homely dress. It was not a fine work of art, and it boasted no decoration of peculiarity, but that of extreme simplicity of delineation, yet my eye rested complacently on that good, calm face, with its thoughtful eyes, and'kind mouth, that one almost expected to break into a smile. I looked at my host, he had similar bright dark eyes and open brow, and without asking I was assured the picture, with the plaiu close cap and neat apron, represented his mother. Seeing ray eyes fixed on the painting, my host came to my side as I stood gazing, and after a little pause, while a slight mist—it might be a gathering- tear_^-dimmed his eyes, said1 half abstractedly, as though he was thinking aloud, "I know she was a sinner, because the Bible says all have sinned, so of course she like the res...

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

AFRAID TO GO BACK There was to ber a»trtp! bj ibe steamboat at eleven o'clock, and many were going. Tbere was to be a band of music and a flag flying, and Kobert thought he would like to see them start. So when it was almost time, he wept up to the master's desk, and obtained permission to go out. He ran all the way to the river, but he had to wait longer than he expected, before he saw them off. He was making haste on his way back, when he met the minister—a venerable and very kind gentleman/ who seeing Robert without his cap, knew at once that something was wrong. u How is this, Master Robert, that you are out go far away from school this morning ? 1 fear you have been trespassing: have you not?" " Master gave me leave to go out, sir." u I suspect he did. But bow is it yon have come so far without your cap? Master did not send you on an errand, did he, without your cap?" " No,-sir, but he gave me leave to come out." "You told me so before, Robert. Now, tell me the truth; hav...

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

JONAS WHITCOMB'S REMEDY FOB ASTHMA, Is worthy the attention of all who suffer from' «"s_d_«_i tressing complaint. The late JONAS WHITCOMBjf Bostonvisited Europe a few years since, for the _oeneni of his health, which was much impaired by frequent attacks of SPASMODIC ASTHMA. While in Germanyan eminent physician became interested in his caseand promised him relief. He * ol _^ lowed the treatment ordered, and, to. his surprise and joyhis asthma almost entirely disappeared. He procured the recipe which had accomplished so much for him, brought it with him to this country, and it bec ame the property of the present proprietors. It contains np poisonous or injurious properties, whatever j and "an infant may take it with perfect safety. [Letter worn a distinguished Lawyer in Newburyport, - .. . ,, - ¦ , . . ¦ • ¦ Mass.] . _. ,- . . _' :¦..: \.. . ¦:.-.. ¦ ' . •¦ • ASTHMA. ¦ • ¦ . ¦ ¦• • ¦ ¦ . Newbbbtpokt,Feb. 25,1856. Messrs. Joseph Burnett &'Co.J—It is now nearly twelve m...

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

.. _: t _Cll1TTEIIOEII v8: _^ ^|HabIp|_ia -iimmn-thl N. E. CORNER SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT STS . An Institution designed to prepare young men for active business. Established September, 1S44. Incorporated June 4th, _isSs; ¦ .. - ¦ • .. ' ¦ ¦ : .. . ¦ _. BOAHD OP TRUSTEES. : _:•»;_,«•. B.B._Comfegysj David S. Brown, Francis Hoskins, A. V. Parsons_^ David Milne s Isaac Hacker, ¦¦ _. ¦ .. Geo. H. Stuart, . I). B. Hinman, . jno. Sparhawk, Frederick _Brbwn, Joshua Lippincotty Jr. " - ¦ ¦ ¦ ' • ¦ .. ¦ . ' FACULTY.- . '• . ¦ - ¦ . . . ,. r , . . . S. H. CRITTENDENPrincipalConsulting Accountant, and Instructor in Commercial Customs. THOMAS W. MOOREProfessor of Penmanship. JOHN GROESBECKProfessor of Book-keeping and Phonography, and Verbatim Reporter., JOHNBARNARD and GEORGE V.MAUSInstructors in Science of Accounts, and Commeicial Calculations. WM.K.HUTCHINSON_/Assistant Penman. HON. JOEL JONES, REV. SAMUJBL W. CRITTENDEN, D. H. BARLOW, Esq., Lecturers on Commercial Law, Political Economy,...

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

JOSEPH BURNETT & CO. PROPRIETOR OF COCOAINE, a compound of Cocoa_^Nut Oil, &c_, for the Hair. FLORIMEL, 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, H_\y Fever, &c. BURNETT'S SUPERIOR FLAVORING EXTRACTS, for Cpoking purposes. Jd= The above-named articles are manufactured solely by the proprietors. The names and titles thereof are adopted as Trade Marks, to secure the ptiblic 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 Street, Boston. _TpiNE GROCERIES. JAMES R. WEBB'S TEA WAREHOUSE, 223 SOUTH EIGHTH ST., " BELOW WALNUT. Has constantly on hand a large assortment of the Choicest Teas, Java and Mocha Coffee ,...

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

SILVER PLATED WARE We wish it expressly understood that we manufacture from the raw material of . _AUtata and Nickel Silver Metals . of the best quality, and piate with _ppbe silyee. Very thick and heavy plate for servicet all which we warrant to be as represented. We also keep on hand an assortment of : SOLID SILVEE WARE. warranted full standard: tea-sets, pitchers , cups , spoons , FORKS, NAPKIN RINGS , ETC., ETC. 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—Sugar Bowl and Cream Jug. Breakfast Knives—Ivory—Pearl—Cameo—Metal and Fancy Handles and Plated Blades. A superior article for family use. _Spoons and Forks—Triple plate (3) on the best Nickel Silver, warranted to give sati...

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