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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

_TXTORKS BY PRESBYTERIAN AUTHORS Published by - _c _, _iitTOSAT & _BLAKISTON - 25 South Sixth St., above Chestnut. THE WAY OI SALVATION, Illustrated in a Series of Dis courses: Jly Rev. Albert Barnes. _> Ojib volume, 12edo. Price $1.00 TUE ATU.\EMENL'; In its Relation to Law and Moral Government. One volume, 12mo. Price $1.00, PRACTICAL _SKHJIONS. Designed for Vacant Congregations and Families. One volume, 12ino. Price $1.00. As specimen' s of _Thoolo_^ie al reasoning, of homiletic anility and _complateness, and of practical religious feeling, we know of.no writings of' Mr. Barnes*" superior.—[N. T. Kvangelist. _THB FIRST ADAM AND THS SBCDSD. . The Eloota Reveiled in the Creation and Keiurrection of Man. By Samuel J. iiaird;D.D. In one volame, octavo. Price $2.50. "We have examined it sufficiently to _satisfy ourselves that it Is a work " of jxo common value. It evinces ability, research, careful preparation, and earnest zeal for ' the truth.'—Princeton Keview. THE ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

Order of _EtCrclseS for tie Pall Meeting of th _^Presbytery df Wtlmington:—' « _tu Sday e . eminS—Sermon by Rev. H. 3. Gaylord, on The Relation of the Intervals _hetwpeo Revivals of Se"fio _n to _*he Growth of the J_0ha_«hi' _• ¦ _WediKsday morning, 11 o'clock.—Addresses by Messrs. Foot, Emerson and Hood, on thev Th_6 State of the _rlHinr _?lat _^°n _<o the Kingdprii of GodV Wednesday afternoon , 3| o'clock.—Addresses by Messrs. Patterson. Wiswell , and Cann, on « The Remedies of Jtnfidelity for the Moral Evils of the,World. ' Wednesday evening. —Sermon on 'Christian Experience m the Song of Solomon,' by Rev. J. Garland Hanmer. Thursday morning, 11 o 'clock. —Addresses by " Messrs. Mears, Foot, and Hanmer, on * Every church a mission, every Christian a missionary. ' Thursday afternoon_^ 3_| o ' clock.—A General Meeting of the Sabbath Schools, with addresses from Messrs. Emerson, Gaylord and Mears. By the committee of Arrangements. * John W. Meahs, Stated Clerk.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

If Medicine is necessary, usbBrandreth's Putts. They are as pleasant as a truly effective medicine can be. It is true you may take purgatives which will operate without pain, because they take the balsamic parts from the ' blood, which is worse than being bled, worse than having the vital fluid abstracted. Beware of them. Brandreth's _PilJs only take bold of those matters which the body, _wVien 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 use Principal Officej 294.Canal-Street, New .York. "-Sold by T. W. Dtott & Sons, Philadelphia, and by all respeclable dealers in medicines. ; 738—740

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

ELMIRA FEMALE C0IL1GE. This College is designed to elevate the standard and cheapen the expense of Female Education. Students engage in domestic duties one hour daily. Whole expense for board, (rooms famished, warmed and _lighted,) with Tuition in all the studies of the course, $75 per -. half-yearly session. Next SBSSION opens AUGUST 30th. Address— A. W. CuWLES, D. D., • . President. S- _BENJAMIN, Chairman oC the Board. N. P. Fassett, Secretary ; 743-746.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

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Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

_NOTICES Auburn _Theological Seminary.—The Fall Term will open on Wednesday, the 5th September. The regular exercises will begin at once, anil students are requested to report themselves promptly. The general Introductory Lecture by one of the Professors, will be delivered soon after the opening pf the term. Liberal aid will*be extehileU to ail students whose circumstances require it. Those desiring aid from ihe Education Society, are reminded-to_.bring the required testimonials in regard to scholarship, moral arid religious character, pecuniary necessity; &e.'' < l _« _' 6w SiHUEt M. Hopkins , C2erk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

EDWIN CLINTON, B B TJSH E M P O RIUM No. 908 Chestnut Street. A very fine assortment of every size, style, and quality of TOIL ET B RUSHES, always on hand. A tso She] 1 Ivory, Buffalo, Boxwcoit_, and Leaden DRESSING_^ POCKET, and FINE TEETH COMBS, at Wholesale an Retail. aug.9-lyr.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

_IJower _^ s Medicated Figs*—The novelty of this invention consists in inlaying the best quality of Figs with the purest Alexandria Senna, thereby constituting one of the most pleasant and efficacious remedies extant for the cure of Sick Headache. Dyspepsia, General Constipation, and in fact, ' all the ills arising from an unhealthy condition of the bowels. Price 37| cents per box. Manufactured by Geo. C. Bow£R, Sixth and Vine. Large discount to the trade.. ly .

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

Kenderton Presbyterian Clinrch.— The new edifice of .this congregation has progressed so far towards completion, that the services can now be held in the lecture room. The building, our friends are aware, is * located on the north side of Tioga Street, west of Broad, in the 21st Ward, and in an _improving neighborhood.- Services will be held twice each Sabbath.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

_®_prte LEIBFEIED—H16_aiNS. -rOn the 2d inst., by the Eev. Thos. _Brainerd_, D; !>., _Mft Frederick _Leibfried to Miss Eliza W. Hieffins. . ¦ ¦ • ¦ • ;. ¦ -. ¦ : .: ¦ _- '• _- ' . - • ••¦ .¦:"•

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

TO _COHSUMPTIYTES. _aXTERFS COD LIVER OIL JELLY ' ' PATENTED, AUGUST 30tH, 1858, Is _tte only remedy for Consumption and all kinds of Coughs. It is twice more _effieacions , • than the Liquid Oil. :.. - .-. '¦ ' ' * _„ "" ' / ' .: . ' * . " ALSO, ' .: ' . .. . . _" ; V :- :: (PATBHTBD,) To be had of all respectable Druggists. PENFOLD, PARKER & MOWER _^ QIJIR&'S JELLIFIED CASTOR OIL, . ] . , 7 0, 4473 15 Beekman St., Wholesale Agea is.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

_SEEPEST _WASCmATlOn TfESJXD.-Business led-me to cross the Chllbowee mountain, in Tennessee, on the §7th of June, 1857". When near Mbntvale Springs, two birds were noticed at a couple of rods' distance from the road, which were acting in a manner new. arid strange to me. They were in-: an. open space, near the stump of a fallen tree, but'di4 not _teke flight on my approach, as, tinder _j_»_jjinary circttuisfcinc.es, they would have done. .'_- _" _yii reaching a point opposite to them, it was np_^ceot that _tjey were the brown mocking bird, and lhat a vefylarge black snake lay coiled: at the' }de of the stump. On seeing me it suddenly bo|;an to uncoil itself, and move off as if to make ii s escape—the birds at the same time pausing in their movements. But before it bad stretched il self to more than half its,len,gtb, they were _agaja in motion and flew at it in the most energetic tnanner. Instantly, the snake once more whirlec : itself. into _, coil in its, former position. The ins...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

f\U:AKBR _GfTY INSURANCE _COMPANT, _^ l &i >'«_AKKiii» _BviLinncs, 403 W«inat Street, _^..T_^_Trr,., PHILADELPHIA. _BDRpT_^ft" •• ¦"• ' • • • _-— ¦ "....-... ...mow SURPLUS, .......... . ., ¦ - * 1501)00 VnSf _^W_¥E' and _INLANDINSURANbBi * ™^? tt I /?? DRANCB_» L'MITEO »nd PERPETUAL, ON BUrLDiNGS AND MKRCHAJSDISE OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. _* _^ _MARINE INSURANGB, INIJA«D _AWO OCEAN, ON, VESSELS. _FRKIGHT , and CARGO, toiand from all parts of the World. : ' GEO. H. HART, President. B. P. ROSS. Vice yreaident. H. R. _tJOGGSHALL, Secretary. S. H. BUTiLERilAssisjaot_^Seoretary_. _ DJRBiGTjORSs _^ George H.Hrart,;: Andrew R. Chambers, E. P. Ross, , CBarles el Imlay, A.aCa>telly i _mjt CiiggsiiaH, Foster 8. P _f rMns,- SaVnuel:'Jbne8.i M.I I> K.W.. B:iil*»_y, ,, ; HoniJLiAf. Fuller. Sepjtember. _lQ.-—ly; _IHEr siAT_^E S A_^I _HiOJSh WW&1) Ko. .241 _Docjt _i _Streets P_^iilaaelphia,. \ . . .. _, NE?X, JXNJRiTOj _THKiPCST OFFICE. Sums large and small a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

'ADVElfl_^EMlOTS "AYER'S _CATHAfMTJC _JPMLtS. Are you sibk, feeble, and complaining? ,. Are yon out of, order—with jour _system der_£nge]p, and jour1 , feelipgs unconitortablell These gyriiptoiiis are often the. prelude to serious illness,- Some tit of sickness is creeping upon you, aud should-be averted by a ' titn _' ely use of the right reinedy. Take _dyer's Pills, and dt-anse put _tnt_^disordeml buinors-rpurify the Mood, and let tbe fluids move on unobstructed in health _a_^_ain. The y _stimulate the functions of the body into vigorous.aetiY . Hy. puriljr _thei system from the ob_*truetiooB which stake disease. A cold settles sfimcwhere'in the body, aud _obstructB its natural functions. These, if not relieved; react upon them selves and the surrounding organs, producing general aggravalion, suffer-Ing, arid _diseHse ' . Wbile iu this condition, oppres.-ed by the &erangemeat, tak_^ Ayer's Pills, and see.bow directly they rtstoie.the nutui _' al action of the _system...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

BELIGION HAKES MEH HOHEST. Religion is counteracted and obscured often by prevailing customs and maxims; and that is apt to be c tiled right which is practised among Christian people. Heathen converts. take their ideas of rectitude from the foundation of the -truth, at first-hand, and not as misrepresented and belied by merely nominal Christians. Hence we see in converts from heathenism, often, some of the highest ornaments of the Christian rule and spirit. I recollect to have seen it stated by a missionary at the Cape of Good flope, * by the Rev,! th_*. Philip, that of nine hundred cases brought before Justice Burton, in a tour through the colpny asa circuit judge > only two cases were those of natives who had belonged to missionary . institutions,- and these were for quite moderate offences. Rev. Mr. Grout, who has been a missionary among the Zulus of South Africa more than a quarter of a century, stated a few years since, that in moving, he had occasion to place his good...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

_^_PIPIJE PETER _S It is very weak and sill y to be,twd of rich clothes, beautiful taces, or elegant mansions. This, every child knows, having been taught by cradle hymns and nursery stories that these cannot be trusted in. He knows that pur ornaments, hbwevermuch we may boast of theuj, are the gifts of the worm, the bird, or the dark mine, and procured neither by our skill nor our _wisldoni. J3ut there are! other gifts which come to us directly from the hand of God, of whkh we sometiuies feel that we d. o well to be proud,—-our good sense, our taleuts, our genius. These ofteu cause the man, as well as the boy, to hpld the head _ereqt, arid to look down _^scornfully on those less favored of Heaven. But alas! soiiie who have ten talents will 66me short of heaven, while many a poor one, almost an idiot, who obeyed the little of his iiJaster? s _wilFwhich had been revealed to him, will fiud rest with Jesus, where the veil shall be lifted troui the dark mind, " and he shine for ever a...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

_AKNETTE AND THE WATCH. "Oh, grandpa, do show me your watch, and tell me the story you promised about it," said Annette Farley, riinnmg into her grandfather's rodm one bright Muy morning, and carelessly throwing her hat into her grandmother's armchair. " Well. Annette," snid the old man, as he took out his large old-fashioned watch, _with its heavy chain " and seal, "do you suppose that there is anything new which I can tell you about a watch?" "Why, yes," said Annette; "you promised to tell mo something, and of course you know that I can tell the time and all that by the watch." "Oh, yes, _^ Annette, I know you are a very bright little girl, and perhaps you know all I am going to tell you. Iiook at me, and see if you can tell me what time it is by my watcli ' ."; ' "Of course it is two o'clock in the afternoon by your watoh," said Annette quickly. : ** By this watch, yes," said her grandfather , " but this is. not the one I mean." ' ?'Oh, well, the clock says five minutes past tw...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

—^ . ' ¦ ¦ Jamil! €_>ittlt FATHER'S GROWING OLD JOHN. Our father's growing old, John J Hw eyes are growing dim, And years are on his shoulders laid A heavy weight for him. ' And you and I ftPe youn> , an<f hft_, And each a stalwart mnn, And we mq_«t make his load as light And easy _aa we can. He used to lake the _brunf, John, At cradle and the _p lough _. And earned our porridge hy the sweat That trickled down his brow; Yet never heard we him complain, Whate'er his toil might he _. Nor wanted e'er a welcome seat Upon his solid knee. And when our boy-strength came, John, And sturdy grew each limb, He brought us to the yellow field, To share the toil with him; But tie_^went foremost in the swath, Tossing aside the grain, Just like the plough that heaves the soil, • Or ships that sheer the main. . Now we must lead the t-nn, John, Through weather foul and fair, Aud let the old man read and doze, And tilt his easy chair • ¦ And he'll not mind it, John, you kn...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

FASHIONABLE FRIENDS. , The hardest trial or those ' who ' fall from afHu ence and honor to poverty and obscurity, is the discovery that ' the _attachment of so many in whom they confided was a pretence, a mask to gain their own ends, or was a miserable shallowness. Sometimes, doubtless, it is\with regret that these frivilous followers of the world desert those upon whom they have fawned; but, they soon forget them. Flies leave the kitchen1 when the dishes arc empty. The parasites that cluster about the favorite of fortune, to ga _' ther his g ifts and cliiub b y Ins aid _linger with the sunshine, but scatter at the approach of a storm, as _tjic leaves cling to the, tree in summer weather, but drop off at the breatli ot winter, and leave it naked to the stinging blast Like ravens settled down for, a banquet, and suddenly scared by a noise, how quickly, at the first sound of calamity, these superficial _eurtjjlings are specks on the horizon ! But a true friend' sits in the centre,...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 9 August 1860

;.:: SAfllfG FUHKS. AMERICAN LIFE HfSURAXCE AND _THITST_, eOMP&SY. Company's Buildings , South-eastCornerof WALNUT and _FOOTtTH Streets. Qp_£n lffoin_<Qr-A.it, to 5 _* ' ._». ¦ - _^ Incorporated 1850 by the Legislature of Pennsylvania. Capital 8500,000. Charter Perpetual. p _lasaremMvm _tfarjog the natural life or for short _terjn_^ grants annditi' e_^a|i.u ._endowments , and makes contracts of all kinds Mpemling on the issues of life. Acting also as Executors, jy_^tees, and Guardians. _Policies wlafeliisiirance issued at the usual mutual rates of _qAer good _{Conipaiiies—with profits to the assured—at Joint Stock rates-20 percent, less than above, or Total Abstinence _iratos40per cenU less than Mutual price- ¦ ,.. ¦ - ;» ,. r SAYtN_6s i;UND. Interest at 5 per _ceDjt _allowed _*or every day the Beposit remains, and P«d baek_» on demand in Gold and Silver, and Checks furnished- as in a Bank, for use of Depositors. ' ..^< , ~ ¦. ,,_» _' ¦ .'%>. ¦ ¦¦ ...

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