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

THE MOTHER'S PARTIALITY. What a fine thing it is that each mother thinks so well of her baby. We cannot helplnriiling at this over admiration whieh sees no defect in the little soft " bundle of pink flesh" and. white cambric. We listen as the pretty lady, duly arrayed in an elegant deshabille, recounts the peculiar excellencies of her new treasure, and we can see nothing more beautiful and interesting than a happy smile of perfect content with which,, as the nurse hands out the baby, the convalescent turns back the blanket and discloses the little face and tiny arms. What; if the mother's eyes were not so enchanted; what would become of all the unlovely babies; what would be the fate of those unsightly little monsters that are born in this troublous_, world? It is a delightful weakness, this inordinate affection—we will noc degrade it by the name* of instinct, but allow it the noble one of affectionate judgment. The generality of mankind may take comfort in the thought that,...

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

. _i ._^. _-^—'.~~/_2.-s~ t~i~^t _AMERICAN LIFE _INSIIRANGE ANp'TBUST _^ CpMPANY. Company's BuridingS_^PUth-eaatCorner_^WAXNU T «nd FOURTH- Streets. ., ,f ,i "S_^_SSta_^SSX_^m^^^m _Matnal _' priCe ' SAVING fmp- . _,u _„ Interest at 5 per cent. _aUowe&fifW_^e_^ _W , _h a _po_^tremains_^dpaid _. back on £%>*_£ ff*_f_* Silver, and Checks fifrniuhea a_* in *• BWUt, wruse of _^_ht_^mpany ha, * FIRST MORTOA_^f, _^AL s-ssssses ALEXANDER WHBLLDIN, _president SAMUEL WORK, Vice President. Johw C, Sims, Secretary. Join* S. _Wnso*; Treasurer BOAXD Or TBUSTXES. Alexander _WhUldin, John Anspacb, Jr. Samuel Work, • , Jonas Bowman, Jphn C Parr,. William J. _^ Howard, John Aikitnan, John C. Sims, .Samuel Ti_^Bodlne, . _. _, _GeorgeJTugent, T. Esmonde Harper, Albert C. Roberts, H. H. Eldridge. • ' ,. ,; kbmcai, _xxAJnjr _aaw; J. R-Birdi M _* .D.; J. Newton Walker, M.D. In attendance at the Company' s Offick daily at one o' clock p.m. . • ' febl ° >?

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

WATCHES , JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, •GOLD CHAINS, &c. THE , LARGEST AXD ' yOST _VAJtfEP STOCK OF MIffl JEW_1LBY. IN THE CITT, CONSISTING OF SETS OF . breast-pin ' s and ear-rings, such as Pearls, Carbuncles, Corals,,,Cameos, Lavas, (Florentine ' Mosaic, Amalikite, Garnets, Gold Stone, ' . " Mosaic, Enameled, &c, Mounted in Plain and Etruscan Gold of the finest _cfuality andmostjelegantjstylesj'at the-lo-west _priced for which the goods can be sold. Also alarge and splendid assortment of the finest i ' AMERICAN AND IMPORTED WATCHES, FOR _' XADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, Selected and imported by the subscriber-especially for his retail sales, and'Warranted-to give satisfaction ortbe money refunded. J . * -. _, . _ „ t t A large ' assortment- of rich ami elegant patterns of GOLD NECK, VEST,-CHATELAINE AND LONG CHAINSCHATELAINJ5W PINS, &c, tomatph. _. The subscriber would also call attention to his assortment of ' ' SJLVER TEA SETS of the most recherche patterns, of...

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

_ADVERTISEMENTS A MALGAM BELX_>or a chfeap Church, Academy, J\_. School, Fire Alarm, Nursery, Cemetery, orFactory Bell, costing1 one-third as much as usually charged for brass composition. Has a rich, sonorous, yet mellow tone. Fully warranted for'-twelve months. See our price-list. 1,700 lb. 4ells, Including hangings, $175; 1,2001b., $150; 8251b., $100; 6501b.,$75; 4601b.,$55; 300 lb-, $35; smaller sizes, 50 lbs. to 200 lbs., $6 to $25. Delivered to Transportation Company on receipt of price, marked any address. M. C. CHADWIGK _.& GO , No. 17 Spruce Street, 730-3m ' New York'. On, cloths— • ? For sale by the Manufacturer, at , 229 ARCH _STREEtf_, PHILADELPHIA, AND 49 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK. The stock consists of: Enamelled Leather Cloth. Carriage Floor Oil Cloth. Table and Stair Oil Cloths. Stand Covers and Green Curtain Cloth. Floor Oil Cloths, from _| to 6 yards wide: The'style and, quality-of these goods are not excelled. Will be sold to dealers at reasonabl...

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

ANNA CLAYTON OR, THE INQUIRES, AFTER TRUTH. JLINDSAY' & BLAKISTON, Publishers and Booksellers, _Noz3_$ _SotHh Sixth Street, ahovfi Chestnut, Philadelphia, Have recently published, • r/ • ANNA CLAYTON; or theINO . UTRER after'TRUTB?, By the Rev. Francis M. Dimmick, of Cincinnati, O. In One Large 12mo. Volume. 427 pages. Price, $1.25. " In this volume _^ the opposing arguments to one or two popular Baptist fictions, are presented iu the style of an interesting narrative and dialogue, ingeniously, _, arranged, and iorcibly and impressively put The arguments for the pedo-baptist faith and practice are clearly and logically set forth, with all the charms of'a romance. The story is attractive, ingenious and instructive. It is just the book for ' general circulation, and will be popular, _und will prove a timely antidote to the 'ptoselyting zeal of. our Baptist friends, and-.wili serve to enlighten arid settle wavering minds on this subject.''—American Presbyterian. I , cf1Th...

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

_*_y_£)^ N ELEGANT PERSONAL _JjpK §j§| REQUISITE. S3kl_0X_^j> LUXTJRIANT AND SILKY HAIR. ~^||j _SSS|_gM|=| There is nothing that adds to the_, _isffils«^B l_^= appearance of ladies, gentlemen, or. ' '_^ _S^/l_^^s _wMa_^t ch ildre n, so much as a fine head of. _^_iJ K_^S/^_A_^M _^a _'r> There is no preparation for _ww_^ a_^_VT_^young or old that will compare with MRS: S. A'. ALLEFS WORLD'S HAIR _DRESSING Or _ZYLOBALSAIHUM. Price, in large ' bottles, 37 cents. Approved by Chemists , Physicians and Clergymen, and acknowledged by all to be superior to any other preparation for dressing*, preserving and beautifying the xi stir • It renders it (however dry) soft, silky and glossy, and is a sure preventive of SCDRP and DANDRUFF. MRS. D. W. CLARK,,wife of Rev. D. W. Clahk, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: "I have used Mrs. S. A. Allen's Zylobalsamum with much satisfaction in dressing' my own and children 's hair. After trying various articles, I feel no hesitation in recommending y...

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

, ~ eBJTTSItOf DPI _> Mikhlpbia: _fasmnttd N. E. CORNER SEVENTH AND _CHESTNUTJS_^S An Institution designed to prepare _Jroung men _»rActive business. '"" Established September, 1844. Incorporated June 4th, 1855. _F BOARD OF TKtJSTEES. j B. B. _Comepys, David'ff. Brown, Francis _Hoskins, A. V. Parsons, David Milne, ¦ I_$aac Hacker, Geo. H. Stuart. D. B. Hinman_, "John Sparhawk, Frederick Brown, Joshua-Lippincott, Jr. FACHI.TY. , S. H. CRITTENDEN, Pirincipal, Consulting Accountant, and Instructor in Commercial Customs. THOMAS W. MOORE, Professor of Penmanship. JOHN GROESBECK, Professor, of Book-keeping ana Phonography, and Verbatim Reporter-JOHN BARNARD and _GEORGE V. MAUS Instructors in Science of Accounts, and Comm«_icial Calculations. WM. K. HUTCHINSON, Assistant Penman. HON. JOEL JONES, REV. SAMUEL W. CRITTENDEN, D. H. BARLOW, Esq., Lecturers on Commercial Law,- Political Economy, Duties of Business Men, &c. '

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

*£_&_% _EIBE_^_HT_^_ffiSSTiniT_^EEU_^T _» Letter .from Theo. H. Pe&ri 4 Co. ' . _^ Philadel phia, Januaryl9, I860. _Messbs_. _Fabbbi._;, H_*B»_nfG_^fc"Co., - 629_ Chest»ut Street... Gertlemeit:—We have ' recovered the * Herring's Patefat ChampioriSafe, of y oar-make, which we bought from you nearly _JLve years ago, from the ruins* of our building, No. 716 Chestnut street, which was entirely destroyed by fire on thet morning' of the l7th inst. So rapid, was.the progress of _^he-flames, _before'we could reach the store, the whole interior was _orffe mass of «re. The Safe being in the'back part oMhe ' store, •and surrounded by the most combustible Materials, was exposed to great heat. It fell with rtbe walls of that part of the building into the cellar/rod remained imbedded in the Ttting for,more _**"& thirty hours. The Safe waSrOpefted ibis morning_^n .the.presence of a number of _geirfiemen, 'and the contents, comprising four books, htm_^My _kblti moneyj...

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

Babyhood.—We *W9 prdfoundly.convmced that the firii year of a child's life is " the most tremendously important of any succeeding twelvemonth,* though the creature shall number three score and ten. - Consider the blank sheet of paper with which the head of every baby, according to the philosopher, is lined. Think of it and shudder when you Bee nurses and.nurse-maids writing their pothooks and hangers upon it, as though they wrote with rolling pins, or, at the best, wooden skewers . Poor human papyrus! How many after-scratchings and _cuttlefish rubbings it shall take to rah out the j_^ar|_:t—that, after all, may never wholly bo effaced, but remain dingy and dark under snqw white, hairs* ¦¦ ¦ ¦ <>>. ¦ ¦'.? : :¦¦ _- .. " ' ' ' ... ¦ . '¦ .. ¦ . ¦ ¦ ; : ' " . ¦ -' Jerrold.

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

TO CONSUMPTIVTES. QTJERTPS COD LIVER OIL JELLY PATENTED , AUGUST 30TH, 1858. Is the only remedy for Consumption and all kinds of Coughs. It is twice more efficacious than the Liquid Oil. ' ALSO, QUERU'S JELLIFIED CASTOR OIL, (patented,) To be had of all respectable Druggists. PENFOLD, PARKER & ' MOWER, 730-744 ' 15 Beekman St., Wholesale Agents.

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

THE STATE 8iAYIK<3t'8 _FTTHD No. 241 Bock Street, _Fbiladslplri* IIBXItDOOS TO _ttOt rCSTOFHCI. Strms large and small are received djaUy,, aijd every Monday evening on'_^epdsit. An^' snnt -ofmoney _wanietl is-returned whenever called for. . Many Persons open accounts with this Company, ar.d draw their money by Checks, as in Banlc, fh_' _ns efmbining-conyeniepee and profit. Interest is paid on all sums.of Money., amounting to Three DollaiR or more, at the'rate ot Fire Per Cent. Per Annum. No Notice is required *by this Company for-the _payment of either Principal ox . Interest. Substantial satisfaction to Depositors .hjtt&tvithout ex ception, attended the operations and _efioHPof this wellknown Institution. • * GEO. H. HART, President. . CHARLES G. IMLAY, _Gis ' hih. mar..5-l yr.. J. HENRY. HAYES, _Jfetf _XeUer.

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

BLINDS "MW, _T> SHADES. 4>* Wo: 1$, North Sixth Street, _Isr the -MOST. EXTENSIVE MANTJiFACTUBER OF V_^riTIA'iT BLIK'DS . ¦ * _JU8J> .} 4. W I K I> O W S-H A D E S. Tte ijurgwtvand'flMst aporbneat _iptheCHy_, at tbe lowest prices-- --, SXOEE SHABB_^_ilApB AKD -LETOERED. _KBPAlRUfC _FROMPTI.Y ATTENDED TO. m VlO-6m-

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

-ff _ELODHONS .—THE UNDERSIGNED REJLtjL- _. spectfully informs the _Pnblicj that he is ittann- ¦ facturing these delightful Instruments, of every size,, style, and price: * Having' had a practical experience of over ten years, in the _construction of them _^ he feels con. fident of his ability to produce an article equal to any in the market. All' . Instruments made by him are fully warrantedand any defect in material or workmanship will be made good at any time. ' 83° .Tuning and Repairing carefully attended to~ ' A. MACNUTT, " feb. 10-1 yr. 108 hobth sixth street, phu-asxxfhia

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

CARPETS ELDRIDGE'S CHEAP STORE. The subscriber being under very light expenses, has, as is well known, always sold goods very _chewn but" this season, having ' availed himself of, the, reeentr_._great depression in price of material , &c, off ers " at lower,pr ices than ever before, a very large* assortment of • • ' " ¦ TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS, • 'IMPERIAL THREE-PLY, • ' _' INGRAIN and VENETIAN

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

CARPETS; and OIL CLOTHS of all widths, in great variety. Also, Canton and Cocoa ;MATTIN_£S. of all'kuuls; _witk L large stock of low pricedt Ingrain Carpets at 25 to _5O .cte. per yard, . Stair and Entry Carpets at 10 to 50 cts. also, _^_ISSE/K_,1 _^ p Carpet8 ' ' Rug8 ' .Ma *; _, ' 1 "' " '" " H. HELDRIDGE, ' No 43 Strawberry St. one'dbor-above Ctiestaot. ' _^J_^ _ftWbterjry _^_tMe_._firjt _stjee_^ _^e_,t Of Se.oopdfSW. 740-739- Philadelphia.

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

SAVIN S FUND. NATIONAX. SAFETY TRUST COMPANY, CHARTJEJREJD BY*THE STATJg, _OFtftfUNBYLYAXlA. 1. Money is received . every day, - and ;iis _«ny _asoount, large or small. 2. FIVE PER CENT, is paid for ' moneyfrom tile day iti8 put in. -" • , . S. The money is always, paid back in GOLD, _irnenerer it is called for/and withoWnoticeV " '••'•* 4. Money is received from Executors, Jtdmmutrnton , Guardians, and others who desire-to have-it in a place of ' perfedt safety, and wKere interest can be obtained for.it • -i. ,,...< 5.( The money received from depositors is invested in REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGES, GROUND BENTS, andiBucb. other ' first-class* securities as the Charter di- _^ re?t8 v. • T j ,t, _^ . t_, i-'_-_^'y_, •> 0: T)illCB- _liuTLtu ¦ -Bunj. _Haj CfuA 0 1111 _Hi_^B U'UOBfc_^_- and on Mondays and _ThursdaysUill 8' o'clock in the1 1 _evening. * OFFICE—Sooth-west corner of S. Third A Walnut Sfs.

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

QUAKER CITT _INSURANCE COMPANY. _FRiNKMS_;- BptppttiGB; 1*03' WSKot Street, *" * _' * philadWi-phia. CAPITAL, • $300,000 SURPLUS, ......_%._u.. . L 150,000 FIRE, MARINE_. andINLAND INSURANCE. - FIRE INSURANCE_, _l.lMITEDand PERPETUAL, ON BUILDIiNGS _ANDo _MisSRCHANDISE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, MARINE INSURANCE, LVLAND AND OCEAN ON VESSELSt FREIGHT, und CARGO, to and from all parts of the _Worlds GEO. H. HART, PresWent., . B. P. ROSS, Vice President* ' . H. R. COGGSHALL, Secretary. S. H. BUTLER, ' Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS: George Hi Hart, • * Andrew R.-Chambers, E. P. Ross, Charles G. ImJay, A. _Cl Cattell, H. R. Coggshall, * Foster 8. Perkins, _Samaei Jones. M. D E. W. Bailey, Hon. H. M. Fuller. September 15.—ly. ,

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

'THE BEST PIANOS "*• ARE MADE BY CHICKERING & SONS, Warerooms , 807 Chestnut Street. _TiS^«L_* be OId ,est _V_* Largest Manufactory in the _£ ?_1_^S J _^_°d WC haVe made and 8oW _^ _' _OOO Pianos, since.1823, for the superior excellence of which we have _SdDW _^ed I? f'f84 PrJze Meda!s _'in _tWs _wunt_^ and the Prize Medal at the World's Fair in _Tendon overancompemion, AJftttai _^_bo_^_SiSiSSS' or_^_l!1 _^lC _% 0fLe _^ni ,ns - Kan«>stakenin e_^S_^ let, or tuned and repaired. oc27-1y _,_^ 0 ' _*i _^jC _^ nesion ' we _have a :fine _assortment of the celebrated Prince & Co. Melodeons, Organs, etc. :

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

_Jpr _fB f B> _B:18ff,Ij0.V.A;B LB CLOTHING - . _, . _E. Hi ELDKTBGE 'S COHTjlfliustTAI CLOTHING _HOITSE. _g_.E-corne¥ qf\EwhtJix dnd Chestnut Streets. ' - ' - • ._*: _8_yXXBlOVL ASSORTMENT OT _K f ABY-MADE CLOTHING * ALWAYS 05 HA5_» * ' „ **- With a full Stock of _CLOTHg, _CASSJMERES, AND _VESTING, *f ; _*_Wp^» _*i»_gljfh, and American Manufacture , from ' -1 __4_> ,, - " which,to select. . m*> W* study to Please. jan 20-1 -

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 July 1860

Mount Lebanon, Bhamdun, June 8th, 1860. Bear Christian -Friends :—We take up our pen to give you some faint description of the awful visitation whieb_^has- com e upon this -poor, guilty _iana*? Tire old animosities , feuds and hates " between the Bruzes and Christians have now broken out in a most fearful war, sending horror, bloodshed and devastation over this beautiful , this goodly Lebanon. _% On Tuesday, May 28th, the hostilities commenced; a battle was fought on the White JBack mountain, about four hours from here, between a party of Zahlehans and Bruzes. There was a severe loss on both sides; the high priest of the Bruzes was killed: That same awful night , the fires of the combatants were lighted at Beitmiri , and all tbe little villages around that place, and in the Metn district at the North ; we counted ten, and soon after twelve villages burning at once, and sending up the most fearful flames to heaven. No eye slept that night; we expected every moment that we might b...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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