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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

CARPETS ELDEXDGE'S CHEAP STORE. The subscriber being under very light expenses, has, as is well known, always sold goods very cheap; but this season, having availed himself of the recent great depression in price of material, &c, offers at lower prices than- ever before, a very large assortment of TiSPESTRY, BRUSSELS, IMPERIAL THREE-PLY, INGRAIN and VENETIAN _CAKPETS_, and OIL CLOTHS of all widths, in great variety. Also, Canton and Cocoa MATTINGS of all kinds, with a lafge'-stOck_.'onotOjtf-i'caZ Ingrain Carp _" ets at'25_'to 50 cts. per.yard, Stair and Entry Carpets at 10 to 30 cts. also, Rag CarpetSj.Cotton and Hemp Caipets, Rugs, Mats, Stair Rods, &c; &c. . H. H. ELDRIDGE, No 43 Strawberry St. one door above Chestnut. _JCf Strawberry is the first street west of Second St. 730-73 . Philadelphia. _^ _^AlFB»*S-_^Aj rHAIlTlC FILLS. ~~ '&r»7<m-ei£]Ofoe>bIe!, ana _cwnalainfagT fa* T"w Wit of orctep—_ With your system _deflmgeaf*fia...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

AMERICAN . mrm _mUTTiOT f!_OMP_4WV TRUST COMPANY LIFE INSURANCE AND . _Ctomi»any's Buildings, Sonth-east Cornerof Walnut-,g$F©§»_TfflHSttee!fc" - _g££_^J T&%.*> _ie_^ajm _* of Pennsylv ania. or ™ otal Abstinence _mt«8 40 per cent, less than Mutual pr ice. _^_NS FUND. _SFlverTSd _ChSsJa _rniAfed a* & a Bank, for use ,i; D _SISnpany ha * FIRST MOBTGfAGES REAL ALEXANDE R WHILLDIN, President. . SAMUEL WORK, Vice President. Jomr C. Sims, Secretary. _Jois\ S. Wasoir _, Treasurer. ¦ ' -' " ¦ ' ' BOARD OF TBOSTEES. Alexander WMlldin, John Anspach, Jr. Samuel Work, - Jonas Bowman, John C. Farr, William J. Howard, John Aikman, John C. Sims, Samuel T. _Bodine, George Nugent, * T. Esmonde_,Harper, Albert C. Roberts, fit. H. Eldridge. _JTEDICAI. EXAMOTEBS. J. F. Bird, M.D., J. Newton Walker, M.D. In attendance at the Company's Office daily at one o' clock p.k? febl ° _^ QUAKER- CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, jL'iAsiiaA Bnjs-DH!GS _^ <m _Waluol_^lreel, PHILADELPHIA....

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

rpHE AMERICAN E ESBYTERIAN X * ~ AMD * - GENESE EVANGELIST ,., A WEEKLY m MILY NEWSPAPER, - Published every Thurst y, at 1334 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Devoted to the promotm of sound Christian doctrine Mid pure religion; esp jially as _connected . yrith the Constitutional Presbytei in Church in the United _Statet of America. D. C. HOXJSHTONj'_Editob, _ASSOJATED WITH i ALBERT BAHNES, j OEOKGE DUFFIELD, JR. THOMAS BRAINERD, JOHN _JENKIWS, HENRY DARLING, THOMAS J. SHEPHERD. The American _P&es: _rTERiAW was commenced three years ago by a,company of benevolent and pious men, who loved tfie_^Charcb_^_l $ desired to promote its interests. .One year-later, A the mutual consent of the friends of both papers, tnfl by the publicly expressed concurrence and endors ment of the Genesee Synod, the Genesee Evangelist _^ for _ti 1 years published at Rochester, N. Y., was united wit! and merged in the American _Presbyteriabt, publishe at Philadelphia. The union _oj thpsi» pipers h...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

WHO IS THE GREATEST? My young cousin Hemy has been _reading Abbott* History of _Hajoledii _BSnapftrtei v _Otttf evening m we sat together, he Jafdf<fown his _bodk, aiid} with glowing cheek and sparkling eye' , exclaimed:; " Wasn't he the most splendid man that ever lived ? I'd give anything to be half s6 great! " Mr. Abbott's portrait So carefully conceals the blemishes of bis hero, and is get withal in so dazzling a frame, that I could not wonder at a boy-'s _enthusiasm in contemplating it. But I said t< _Yottr ohanoe of being half as great as Bonaparte is very good, I think. That is not always great Which consists in brilliant achievement. The highest _greatness is moral j and seeks the good of others rather than its own' glory. I could tell you of a more noble hero than Napoleon, who lived in his own time." " 1 should like to hear of one," answered Harry, with an air that said he was not to be convinced. But he still loved a story j so I told him the following...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

WOMAN AMONG THE ORIENTALS. As we become better acquainted with-the heathen, some facts of a seemingly exceptional character are added to our knowledge. The following extract will show the condition of women in two nations of the remote East, to be somewhat more favorable than is generally the case. The first, relating to the females of Burmah, is from an article by Mrs. Mason, of Toungoo, which we find in the last " News of the CJiurches." She speaks of:— This free land of Burmah, where women, like the dames of ancient Rome, are free to follow their owq wills, to go to the bazaar, the theatre, or the regatta. But, alas for this freedom when the mind and heart are left _uncultured!—Instead- e£ -itat grateful reverence which womun owes to man for lifting off from her the crushing burden of seclusion, which the refined and educated delight to give , Burmese women are haughty, insolent, and supremely selfish. You know something about woman in Burmah; of her unbounded influence, yet ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

_^plaJrtliiia . .-( j& MnMK-itf £ _E. CORNER SEVENTH ABB _CHESTTO_^Sin Imtttution _taosoed to _prepareyoung men «_BV> * jS££ *_+_*-> «*¦ . * _"_->»»tta """**' 185 \ BOABt f OF _TWTSTEES. B. B- oomfegys, ParsonB, Joshua _Lippmcott, Jr. _FACUXTTT. S. H. CRlfTENDEN, Principal, _ConsurUng Accountant and Instructor in _Goinmercia_^G _astoms. _^^ THOMAS W._MOOREs Professor of_^_jian _stap. _. JOHN GROESBECK, Professor of _?pqk-Keeping a»u _ei_^iaw, Political Economy* Duties of Business Men, &c. : ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - _^ -¦ . • ¦ ., ' . _^ : . - . .. ... ¦ -. ¦ • ¦ . ' . _ _ ;--: Catalogues containing ^""^_"_^_JvITe _aTJhe ner of instruction, &c, may be had on applying at tne _^m_^TT_^_SrS _^l_^^l_^ for ff y ]*ice 50. _£ey to same, 50 cents. ma3 _W B0TD _^ _i_^i_^ ii-_—-- _^_"_*_"^** 8&KK VOTES A1 »_T>_. 8_TSCIE. 18 SOUTH THIRD ST., PHILADEL PHIA. TWO BOOKS ABOVE MBCHAKICb' "_«&**- - JKKfc «_S «_5 _\ |«»S Loan* on Collateral,...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

¦ " _¦ ' '¦; ' ? ¦» » "GUTO ' _TDB THIS DAY OUE DAILY _BREAD." In a miserable cottage at the bottom of a hill, two children hovered over a smouldering fire. A tempest raged without—a fearful tempest—against which man and beast were alike powerless. A poor old miser, much poorer than these shivering children, though he had heaps of money at home, drew his ragged cloak about him as he crouched down at the threshold of the miserable door. He dare not enter for fear they would ask pay for shelter, and he could not move for the storm. "I am hungry, Nettie." "So am I; I've hunted for a potato paring, and can't find any." "What an awful storm!" " Yes the old tree has blown down. I guess God took care that it didn't fall on the house. See, it would certainly have killed us." "If He could do that, couldn't He send us bread?" "I guess so; let's pray 'Our Father/ and when we come to that part, stop till we get some bread." So they began, and the miser, crouching and shivering, listened...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

_^i_^v N ELEGANT PERSONAL _JjlliSj jl . REQUISITE. Jl|_Fj| §lir LUXURIANT AND SILKY HAIR. _^_alP_^Sij%=i There is nothing that ' adds to the _|_Jlp_^f5_ywfcl_^S appearance of ladies, gentlemen, or ^/l_^_SwC_? childrenso much as a fine head of _pfl/|Jpjijj _^_l _jJCfr nair. _ih_'ere is nb preparation1 for T—r_^^^^^_T_^"_^ young or old that will compare with MRS. S. A. _ALLEHHS, WORLD'S HAm _DKlSSIISFCr ; . ;. Or ZYLOBALSAMUM. . ; : ¦¦ _;. ' ;- Price, in" large bottles, 37; cetite* Approved by Chemists, Physicians and Clergymen, and acknowledged by all to"be superior to ' any other preparation for dressing, preserving and beautifying the Hair. It renders it (however dry) softsilky and glossy, and ts a sure" preventive of SCURF and DAN'ffKD _'Pj '. MRS. D ' . W. CLARK, Wife of Rev. p. _#. ' c£ark:, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: "I have used Mrs. S. A. Allen's ZylobalSamum with much satisfaction in dress-« ing my "own and children's hair. After trying various articles, I feel no hesitatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

COMMERCE AND EX_^_PEirP Of THE An i_^_bany eorrespoflent of the New York Commercial Advertiser fives tHe followiog interesting items: I I haye been looking ret the annual report of the Superintendent qf _ip Saut. Ste. Marie ship canal. This canal/wa| _^ailjt by,l_^ew York and New England capij&lj_^ proniinent among whom is Mr.! 13_rastti3 Coriife ;_$*;; _^aiW city. By It the largest class of _laKe_^_slg _neirs_'afe _enuTSl_^d' to pass fi-oitt the lower_^ lakes iri i_^Laike Superior, and to bopper mines thereof. This canal is 5,62<_t feet in length-_^-_^the fall to p overcome is seventeen feet. There are two liftfccks_^ eaehthree hundred and fifty feet in length, lity_.one feet wide at the bottom, and seventy fat in width at the top. Congress granted the _Gmpany in 1852, in aid of this workj 750,000_^.dm of the =pjablw5 lands; _Tte,receipts of the Qo_*afty for 1859 were |l7,-400, and the expendituls 115,60th „ Lake Superibr thus lened to the navigation of the lar...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

J6Q . _Jattilf §iuH: THE VOICE Of THE GRASS. Here I am,1 creeping, creeping, everywhere j By the dusty road, road, On the sunny hill-side, Close by the noisy brook, In every shady nook, I _cotoe creeping, creeping, everywhere. Here I come, creeping, creeping, everywhere j All around the open door, Where sit the aged poor, Here where the children play, In the bright and merry May, 1 come creeping, creeping, everywhere. Here I come, creeping, creeping, everywhere 3 In the noisy city street My pleasant face you'll meet, Cheering the sick at heart, Toiling his busy part, Silently creeping, creeping, everywhere. , Here I come, creeping, creeping, everywhere ! Yon cannot see me coming_. Nor hear my low sweet humming; For in the starry night, . And the glad morning light, I come quietly creeping everywhere. Here I come, creepingr_, creeping, everywhere j More welcome than the flowers, In the summer' s pleasant hours, _+ The_gentle cow is glad, , * And the merry bird not sad, « To see...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

11 STEER STRAIGHT TO ME,?IATHER.'r Last week we attended, at the house of a friend, the funeral of a little child that, after .suffering for many weeks, had taken ife departure _,to the " better land." The pastor bn_^Ped; a I_^j_^oWs of consolation to the bereaved parents. . He referred to the often unexpected dealing of J_^rovidence in faking away our innocent prattlers, when We can see no reason Vfor the dispensation. One reason given was, that it is often necessary to remove ottr most prized treasures to heaven, that our hearts may be turned thither. An illustrative incident he gave was new to us, and left a deep impression. A fisherman was accustomed to go out in a boat with his family, and spend the day at a distance from the shore. As there were frequent fogs, one of the number Was usually left,at home, to ring a bell as a signal. On one occasion a little son remained on shore. During the day a thick fog settled down upon the water, and the fishers attempted to _roach, the l...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

GARDENS. Many farmers cannot find time to raise those articles of comfort and luxury which are eaten by the laboring classes of the cities. The garden is planted with potatoesfbeans, a little corn to boil with them, a bed of beets and onions, and perhaps a few tomatoes, so that the variety of food placed upon their tables , is not as large as would conduce to their health-jind" enjoyment. If it can be done, select a piece 1>f ground that is sufficiently moist not to suffer By'drought, and having measupd it well, plow it thoroughly, if two or three times, so much the better. Those that are so disposed, can display their taste in arranging the different articles raised, in a pleasing, attractive manner, so as to be an ornament to the homestead, as well as of great service, in supplying food for. the family. „, ' In selecting the kinds of vegetables and fruits to be raised; care should be taken to raise such as ripen at different times, so that the table will be well' suppli...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

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 can be obtained. ALLEN & NEEDLES, Wholesale Agents for the Oswego Starch Factory, 42 S. Wharves and 41 S. Water St., Ap 12—6m. Philadelphia. WANTED , Agents to sell fine Steel Plate Engravings, including Engravings of the LOftD'S PRATER. CRUCIFIXION, LAST SUPPER, &c., &c. An active person, with only small capital, can make $50 to $60 per month. For particulars address D. H. MOLFORD, 167 Broadway, New York. FOR SALE.-PEW NO. 42, MIDDLE AISLE. Rev. Albert Barnes1 Church. APPLY TO John M. Dickson, - 730—3t No. 807 Market Street. A MALGAM BELL, or a cheap Church, Academy, J\_ School, Fire Alarm, Nursery, Cemetery, or Factory Bell, costing one-third as much as usually charged for brass composition. Has a rich, sonorous, yet 1 mellow tone. Fully warranted for twelve months. See o,ur price-list. 1,7...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

NEW WORKS. JUST PU_.BL IS.HED, ' BY SMITH, _ENGLISH A CO. BOOKSELLERS, PUBLISHERS & IMPORTERS, No. 23 North Sixth Stbeet , Philadelphia. I.-FARRAR'S SCIENCE . IN T&EOLOGY. Sermons preached in St. Mary 's. Oxford, beTore the University. By Adam Farrar, M. A., F. G. S ' Fl_?A a 12mo. cloth. Price, 85 cents. ' * _ S _" H.-SCHMTTCKER'S POPBXAE THEOLOGY ' Elements of Popular Theology, with Occasional Re ferences to the Doctrines of the Reformation _^* a_™™* before the Diet ' of Augsburg in _lWoT _fteffiwohSF for Private _Chrisliansind Theological SSS9 B_?S7 S. Schmucker, D. D. Ninth Edition , Revisedlad L" larged. 12mo. cloth. Price, 1.00. V18eu ana **n-III—LUTHER ON GAL&TIANS. A Commentary on St. Paul'_sEptstles to thfe(3ni<it;...<, _„ " , _KEARtT _KEAHY. _cSSSZlSSSS _SLJtSST11 Edited •»

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

_3f ijH_*Hxttt0_xif GOVERNOR WRIGHT, Our Minister to Prussia. I had an opportunity, on Sabbath, during my stay in Berlin, of seeing how decided is Governor Wright's position and influence upon the side of religion, in this great and rather dissolute European capital. He called and took me with him, on Sabbath afternoon, to the American church, which it seems is a mission of the North Methodist Church, established in Berlin for several years. I found about fifty persons, nearly or quite all Americans, assembled in a room of moderate size, plainly fitted up as a church. We had an excellent Methodist sermon from a young American Episcopalian, and after the service had con_* eluded, Governor Wright arose, and made sojme excellent remarks, addressed particularly to the young men, of whom there were a number present, chiefly American students. He alluded to the dangers and temptations to which they were exposed, and as one means of keeping fresh the remembrance of home and friends, ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

The First Adam and the Second!! THE ELOHTM _REVEALED! LINDSAY & BLAKISTON, Philadelphia, Have now ready, THE ELOHIM REVEALED, in the Creation and Redemption of Man. By the Rev. Samuel Baird, D: D., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Woodbury, N. J. 1 yol. Royal Octavo, 668 pp. $2.50. NOTICES OF THE,PRESS. This work is clearly the result of much ami conscientious study. The author is astrong man, and writes with an intelligence a,nd earnestness that give him unusual power in the presentation of his thoughts.—Boston Recorder. > This is one of the_;fnost important, and we think valuable, contributiongii _.tp Presbyterian theology, which that Church has recejved for a loag time. It is manifestly the resul t of _3&ng-years of patient thought and hard study.—Luthelrvk Observer, Baltimore. _^INDSAY & BLAKISTON V Publishers and Booksellers, 25 S. _Sijth_^St., above Chestnut, Philada. Copies sent by mail (post-paid) upon receipt of the retail price. Bow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

DON'T SHUT THE BIBO " Mother, the icy hand of death Doth chill my limbs, arid slop my hreath 3 Bead me those sacred words again, They sooth toy spirit, ease my pain." She took the precious Boot, and read How Jesus long ago had said, "Let little children come to me, For such shall heaven's household he." She closed and laid aside * the Book, And lit her arms the sufferer took; Ills eyes grew dim, his utterance weak, But still he struggled hard to speak. He struggled long! what would he say Ere death has sealed his lips for aye? "JDon't shut it up," at length he cried—"Don't Bhutthe Book;"—then calmly died "Don't shut itup," his4 spirit sings, While upward borne on angel wings; "Don't shut the Bible," seemed to say His cold and pallid lips of clay. "Don't shut the Bible," still I hear It-sounding sweetly in mine ear; From morn till noon, from nodnttill'Sven, It speaks to me—a voice from heaven. ''Don't Shut the Bible," 0od on high With threat proclaims,, or man will die; "Don't ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

DR. _MASON TO HIS SON. To his little son, afterwards Rev. Dr. Erskine Mason, when he was studying in Schenectady, the celebrated Dr. John H. Mason thus wrote: "There is a little hint, my dear boy, in the close of your letter to your mother, which very sensibly touched my heart, and awakened all my solicitude for you. You speak of a revival of religion among the children, and of your endeavoring yourself to seek the Lord. Oh, should it be so indeed, that my beloved boy is in earnest about his immortal soul! Should he have gone from home to find _JeMS and life eternal! How blessed would this be! How should my thankful heart pour forth praise to God for-my mercies! my youngest son, in the days of hisf early youth, safe for eternity; what happiness like this I /Yes, seek the Lord, my child, and he will be found-'of you. You- have much''to be forgiven, although you are so young. Spread it out before God; confess it without extenuation, and beg of God the free pardon of it for the sake ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

THE_^_FOffi Off _CHESTIiPira STREET. _Tietter ' _firom Tiieo. H. ' _teters & Co. ' Philadelphia, _^_ranuafiry 19, I860. Messrs. _Fakbei,, _Herring & Co., " * 629 Chestnnt Street t> _^E f^™_E»/ —We have recovered the Herring' Patent Champron Safe, of your make, which we bough tfo™y .9a "_*_"_*J five years ago? _frbm the ruins df our builtimg, No. 7T6 _Chestnut 'street, which wss entirely destroyed by fire on the morning of the 17th inst. _^A_TAV _^^ _*_£? _WS**™ of the flames, before we of_^fil %£ £ _stdre,the whole interior was one mass _2.KS' . _^a lCh tms ln tU back P_"4of tfae store, ^?* Unded _?3 _Ltne mo _^ combustible materials, was «_,h_^_f _ii - he_?fc Xt feI1 _^ith tbe wa_"s of that _E, ? !he building mto the cellar; and remained im Th_! _«Ifihe , rUms f" more lhan _^"tv hours_, a _2£ 7 °? Cned ttU monii _nfe _io the presence of !£h2EL H-IP nUein .eiI » and _the contents, _comprising of vSiawL "8j receivable _»_oney3 and a large amount by fe?e. '"e ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

fill KINGSFORD & SONS' 0SWEGO STAECH. * The attention of families is respectfully caH«dto <ma celebrated Starch, which for quality, beanty,and_^general country or in Europe. IT IS _UNIFOBMI.T PERTECT IK A1X RESPECTS. It is the same in all climates, never sours in hot or cold weather, and requires less starch in using, than any other make. Those who have used it for many years past, require no information as to its value. To others who have neVer had it, we would say, one trial will establish its superiority. It is for sale by Grocers generally. Be particular to ask for

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