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

THE PHILADELPHIA _IiraUIEEB AN INDEPENDENT POLITICAI., LITERARY, and MISCELLA NEOUS DAILY MOHNIJSG NEWSPAPER. The _PmXABEUHiA Inquirer contains eight pages and forty-eizht columns of matter. It is printed with new copper-faced type. Tho Editorial Department of the paper has been entirely re-organized and new correspondents _engaged. The Inquirer is independent _iu its _discussion of all topics of public interest. The great aim of the _Inqotkbr is to fwcome a reliable newspaper—reporting promptly and fairly every thing of public iuterest concerning aU parties and all public men—neither distorting nor exaggerating facts. It will be tbe first duty of tbe Inquireron all occasions, to advocate the protection of our domestic manufactures, and of the great _irtm and coal interests of Pennsylvania. As a Family JPtotper , THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER will aim to retain the position which it has long enjoyed, by continuing to guard and scrutinize with great care its Mews and Advertising Co...

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

_HAMILTOIT COLLEGE The Literary anniversaries of Hamilton College, Clinton, N. _Y _^ _^w _Ui commence Sunday, :_*##,, July 15th, _Tvith the annual discourse before tho Senior ohm _hy President JEh' _sher. Sunday evening.— Rev. Jonathan Edwardsr of Rochester , .Will address the Society of Christian Research. _Monday evening, July 16th, prize declamation_, hy members of the three lower classes. _tPiuisday, p. M.,.i?e». Charles D. Helmett of _Mllwaukie, will deliver an Oration, and JV. W. Howe, Esq., of New York, will read a Poem before the Phi chapter of the Chi Psl Society. Tuesday evening.—Oration _hefone the Literary Societies, by Mr. Edwin P. Whipple_, of Boston ; Poem by Mr. Anson G. Chester, pf Syracuse. Wednesday, p. m«| July 18th.—An Oration hefore the Alumni, by Prof. Theo. W. Dvoight_, LL. D., of Columbia College, and a Aera by Dr. Thos. B Elliott , of Indianapolis. ' ' • '*_i \ Wednesday evening.—The annual, Reunion,of |_he Atumni. ' . *' . ' - ' _, - . ' Thursday, Ju...

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

If Medicine is necessary, use _Branuketh's Pitts. They areas pleasant as a truly effective medicine can be.' It is true you may take purgatives which will operate without painbecause they take the balsamic parts from the blood, which is worse than being bledworse than having the vital fluid abstracted. Beware of them. Brandreth's Pills only take hold of those matters which the body, when sick, wants to evacuate. They are solely an assistant of nature,—nothing morenothing less., They do not force; they merely assist; and herein is their great value. The man is thrice blessed who is so fortunate as to be acquainted with this good and almost perfect gift to man, because he has to a great extent his body insured in health by their occasional vne. Principal Office, 294 Canal Street, New York. Sold by T. W. Dyott & SonsPhiladelphia, and by all respectable dealers in medicines. 738—740 Sower ' s Medicated Figs.—The novelty of this invention consists in inlaying the best quality o...

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

MM&m In the following marriages, Philadelphia was substited for Pike in our last issue. PALMER—WILSOW—In Pike, W. Y.May 31by Rev. D Russell, 6. M. Painter, M. D., to Miss Hannah Wilson. M'KENZIE—CROWNIR—Also on the same day and by the same, Mr. !John M'Kenzie, of Caledonia, to Miss Mary F. Crowner, of Hume. SAU1TOERS—RENWICK—Als o on the 27th inst., by the sameCharles W. Satmders, M. D., of Belfast, h. _Y., to Miss Nettie Ren wick, of Pike, N. Y. KING—PRATT-In BuffaloN. Y., on Wednesday evening27th ult, at the residence of the bride ' s father, hy the Rev. E. Kcmpshall, of Batavia, Mr. William J. King, Jr., of Providence, R. I.and Miss Jeannie P., eldest daughter of Samuel F. Pratt, Esq.

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

COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, 1530 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. BEV. CH ABIES A* ' . SMITH, ».!>., Principal. Locality and Educational advantages unsurpassed. Scholars from abroad received into the family of tbe _PrincipsiJ. __ . . . -The next Academic_^ear . begins on MondaySeptember _17t& * Circularsspecifying terms, Ac, will be sent and additional information given on application to the Principal. Letters maybe directed to Box 1839 Post Office, Philadelphia. . 739-y

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

JNOTICES I_^he _Frencla Union Mission.—To the Roman Catholics of this city. Preaching in French every Sabbath morning, at 10 o 'clock, and lectures every Sabbath afternoon, at 3 o 'clock, on the subject of Roman-Ism, in the English language, Assembly Rooms- S. W. eoraer of 10th and Chestnut Streetsby the missionary colporteur, Rev. (>¦ . a lorda converted Romanist. The public are respectfully invited to attend.

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

ADVERTISEMENTS FOE SALE OB 70 SENT, Pew No. 46 in the Church on Washington Square. Apply to J. W. Dericesok, 739. 3 t. " 21 S. Third Street

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 12 July 1860

American BoarcL—Receipts at Philadelphia, for May and June » 1860. PMlada., Buttonwood St. Ch., in part, $182 411 oc, n__ " " Sab.Sch. 72 65/ 25506 To const. Miss E. H.Patterson and Miss S. C. Patterson, hon. members. " Clinton St. Church, Mrs. J. P. Wetherill,.. , ....$50 00 Clinton St. Ch., Rebecca Hubbard, deceased, for heathen children,.;...... ........_^........... 12 80 ::. _- . ™62 00 " Western Church, $80 00 " Sab. School, 45 00 125 O'» '• " Coates Street Church, in part,..., 87 75 " North Broad St. _Pres. Church.......... 150 OO " :¦ Kensington Ch., Mr. W. D., 60 00 " Calvary Church, 10 00 " Olivet Church, 53 f;0 " Manayunfc Pres. Chureh Sab. School, 10 00 " First Church, 278 00 " Germantown, a Friend , ...10 00 ;« k_^_Piia_^Jgaln_^ _^ ¦ " . ¦ Germantown Market Square Pres. Ch.| 276 47 Beverly, N.J., Presbyterian Church,....'............ 27 41 Cedarville, N. J., » " , 41 50 Carlisle, Pa., 1st « " ...118 12 Harrisburgh' 1st Pres. Ch., Mon. Con.,....$8 45 " ¦" . " Mrs. B ...

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

A LGER'S PRONOUNCING BIBLE. jQ_ 922 PagesOctavo. Price—$1 25. With Metrical • -Psalms, One dollar and Thirty-one cents. Published by WILLIAM S. YOUNG 1023, Race Street, Phila. Or, WM. S. KENTOUL, 20 St. _Clair Street, Pittaburgh.

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

_AH0 I&ttitfo'it €i3rittfltli0 t. _THURSDAY. Juit ' ** » i860. «-, 1 ¦ ¦ it .. _- . • _. ; .¦_. ,¦ - .,: _• ¦ ¦ -¦: .. - _. . - _j ¦ - _. , • - .

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

PEGULIARI'IES OF THE MOON The moon has g< erally been considered by men of science as an _ec irely mineral sphere, without water, an atmospbre, or any living organism. When viewed thrc gh a telescope, it Has an apipeararice of utter ( _aolation. Its surface is apparently dotted wii huge craters, and- scarred with seams of lava If it has no atmosphere, of course no living oature possessing a material frame like those, o the earth, can live, upon it; but, it has recently aeeu asserted, that a limited atmosphere has be i discovered. M. de la Riv.e and Father Secchi,)f France, andr Mr. Schwabe, a German astrqhoier, have lately asserted* that the moon has'an ati )sphere; and the latter states that it has also sc e Vegetation on its surface. He states, in the A ronopiiscKe _Nachrickt&ii_, that the surfade oJLthft_* _j_|o.n_,_presents to the, view numerous narrow strews, similar in appearance to furrows) which/at_^ obs appear laid over in straight, at other times in ...

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

MYSELF OE MY BROTHEE? Bichard Jones was a worshipper of pictures and before him hung one which he ardently desired to purchase for his parlor wall. Its price was only £6. The artist was in haste to raise a certain sum of money, and had, in consequence, consented to dispose of several of his best p ictures at a great sacrifice. Richard had a brother James, who was unfortunate in many ways. Everything seemed to go against him. His health was shattered, and his wife, a well-meaning and industrious woman, was always ailing. Now this brother, whose family were on the verge of starvation, had requested the loan of £6 from Richard. He and his wife and children were almost in rags; they could not go to church; they were not fit to be seen anytyhprA "I will try hard to pay you, Bichard," said the poor discouraged man. But Bichard knew very well that James never could pay. He had tried putting money into that vessel too many times to be deceived, now with any notion that there was a bot...

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

«/<«/ BABY SEAMSTRESSES. We take from the _Englishman s ««* part of a record of experience that will tell some thing new of life to many of our readers. A dirty paper in a dirty window of a court _adverte d for several little girls about five or six years of age, thafwere " kick" at hemming. Other such papers had been observed, and the writer made up his mind to see the "little girls." Ascent was made to the garret:— Ife Was a small and very wretched apartment, containing a bed and one chair, the seat of authoritv there was no table, but there were three lowforms which were perpetually tumbling over, and on these forms were seated eleven "lit Ie girls;" the four on the front form could hardly, any of them, have been six years o d, one of them was going oil five. The four behind were about seven, perhaps,and there was one very well behaved girl on the hindermost seat who might be ten and two others a year or two younger. The eldest girl had evidently all the fixing and a...

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

Catalogues containing full particulars of teems, man ner of instruction, &c, may be had on applying at tne College, either in person or-by letter. _SS_^CRITTENDEN'S BpoK-KBEPINa " for sal*. Price 50. Key to same, 50 cents. , B>a,3 ly.. RUSSES! " - <* BRACES, ! SUPPORTERS! ft Va.H. NEEDLES, ,-S. W. corner Twelfth and Race Streets, JPhiht.-Practical Adjuster of Rupture Trusses and Mechanical Remedies. ' _, _^ L' adies5 'Department attended by competent Eadies. Entrance _ont Twelfth Street, N6. 162. ¦ Light JPrenehand best varieties of AmeEicanjjncluding White' s Incomparable Patent Lever Truss) English and American-Supporters and Belts, Shoulder Braves, Elastic Stockings, Suspensories, Syringes, &c, all in great variety.. Correct adjustment insured. Ap 11—om __ j - : > BOYD & BATES, - - BANKERS AND DEAXERS IS BILLS 07 _XXCHABaX _, BAITK NOTES AND SPECIE. _, t 18 SOUTH THIRD ST., _PHDLAfiEliPHlA. TWO DOORS ABOVE MECHAKICS* BAHK. Particular...

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

WlKilIittiiJiii THE FAIT I35_T CHIKA.. The Rev. William C. Milne, for many years a missionary among the Chinese under the auspices of the London _^ Missionary Society, whose opportunities have fitted him for giving a faithful and just knowledge of the Chinese people, gives the following description and use of this article:— In the use of this there is no exception. It is a universal appendage with both sexes and all ranks,—Tin the southern parts, almost all the year found; in other _partsj only in summer. To a European_^ on his arrival, few articles will be more novel than the fan, seen in the hand or the belt of male and female, rich or poor, soldiers , scholars, and priests. The workman,who can spare a hand, is industrious in flapping his fan with the one and labouring with the other. I have seen an officer going to battle waving his fan; and/on the authority of eye-witnesses of the attack on the Bogue forts in 184-1, the native military were observed on those battlements co...

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

T KINGSFORD. &. SON .S\ 0SWEG0 STARCH. The attention of families is respectfully called to this celebrated Starch, which for quality, beauty, and_^eneral excellence, is not only unrivalled, but unequalled in this country or in Europe. " l _l _' lSiTOrl&O&Itlfc PEMBGT -IN Alb BBSPBCTS. It is the same in ail climates, neyer _. sonrs in hot or sold weather, and.requires less starch in using, than any; other make. Those who have usen1 it-fdr many years past, r£fluire< no information a? to its value. To others who_^_Nujfe never had it we would _^ say, one trial will establish its superiority. It is for sale1 by * Grocer ' s generally. Be particular to ask for ' , • ~ KINGSF(ORp'S,STARQH, *- autl see that you gett it. Inferior qualities are sp extensively sold in some places, that in many ' instances families are1 not aware that any Setter Starch can be obtained. 2_^" Especia} attention is failed, to their new style, THE SILVER GLOSS'STARCtf!* " ALLEN &...

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

For the American Presbyterian. A STniMEE TALK. Ifc Is one of the fairest of summer days, _^he morning has not passed, and the dew is yet upon the earth. The roses, that smile in upon us at the windows, are filling the air with sweetness. In the honeysuckle, and in the maples, the birds are busy with their young, and motherly robins are gathering from the cherry tree, food £qr their little ones. Beneath, upon the green sward, is _evejy beautiful thing—the curious shaped leaf, the tender chick weed, the little forget-me-not, while buttercups, daisies, and clover, are exulting over all. _" The wide earth is a garden now: not as fair as the Garden which was planted eastward in Eiden, and named Paradise, but aU few fair for such grovelling creatures as we. We take little note _cf_^elpveUness which surrounds us, and pass by ten thousand graceful, wondrous things with a look of indifference. wtmm& W6_asMm imwe_^t ipffimfa_^ ground—upoti a carpefe whosipattero_, and color, and...

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

d _amilf &mU ' A CHABACTER. If I shall ever win the home in heaven, For whose sweet rest I humbly hope and pray, In the great company of the forgiven I._ahftli be _sare to find old Daniel Gray. I knew him well—-in fact, few knew him better; For my yonng eyes oft read for him the word, And saw as meekly from the crystal letter He drank the life of his beloved Lord. Old Daniel Gray was not a man who lifted On ready words his freight of gratitude, And was sot called upon among the gifted In the prayer-meetinga of the neighborhood. He had a few old-fashioned words and phrases, Linked in with sacred texts and Sunday rhymes; And I suppose that in his prayers and graces l'te heard them all at least a thousand times. I see aim now,—his form and face and notions,. Bis homespun habit and his silver hair,— And hear the _language of Ms trite devotions Rising behind the straight-backed kitchen chain I Can remember how the sentence sounded,— " _,_Belp us, 0 Lord, to _prajr, and nott...

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

WORLD'S HAIR RESTORER, It is not aVye. Price, in large bottles, $1.50. The only reliable preparation for restoring Gray Hair _^p its original - youthful appearance, without injury to the scalp, and will not stain or soil. Gray haired, bald, or persons with diseases of hair, or scalp, read the following, and give the articles a trial: PRESIDENT J. H. E _\TON, LL. D., Murfreesboro » , Tenn., writes: " The falling off of hair ha3 ceased_, and my gray locks are restored to their, original color." REV. C. A. BUCKBEE_, N. Y. City, As. Tr. Bible Union. REV. Wm. CUTTER, New York City. REV. J. McKEE,-New York City. REV. 13. R. >F,A-IRCHILD, New York City. " REV. D. T. WOOD, Middletown, N. Y. REV.' C. M. KLINCKj Lewistown, Pa. REV. G. M. PRATT, Lwpsburgh, Pa. REV. I. MOORE, Cape May, N. J. 93° All the above, and many others, recommend it. DEPOT, 355 Broome.St., N. Y. JCOH SALE BY AH. _DRUGGISTS. £^~<3eliuTne ls_'Mgn>d _" Tftjts_. Srrs_^ ~Ajj .innJ' wJtn red ink. B...

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

For the American Presbyterian. WHICH THE ANGELS LOVED. A child was standing on the marble steps of art elegant mansion. Her dress was'such as a princess migljt covet, and golden curls fell in ringlets about her _shbiilderai. She " stood iu the graceful attitude of childhood enraptured with some great joy. Her pet rose tree was all in blossom, and now two robins having built their nests there, were pouring forth their sweetest notes in song, and she was listening, her cherry lips parted, ' her blue eyes sparkling with delight. _Sfpra, noiseless footsteps approached, and a IjUtle barefoot girl, clothed in torn and soiled garments, sat down on those ' same steps to rest her weary limbs j passers-by admired the beauty of one, and pitied' the distress of the other. Half an hour, before the Angels looked down from their shining home more pleased with the child of poverty than with the one on whom wealth had ever smiled so lavishly j for the only child of the inmates of that costly m...

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