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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

THE AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN AND GENESEE EVANGELIST, A _Wgf_$LY FAMILY NEWSPAPER, Published every Thursday, at 1334 Chestnut St. , Philadelp hia, Pa. Devoted to the _^ promotion of sound Christian doctrine and pure religion, especially as connected with the Constitutional Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. TERMS. To Mail Subscribers, two dollars per year, m ADVANCE. . . City Subscribers, receiving their paper through a carrier, will be charged fifty cents additional. . CLUBS. Six copies will be sent to one address for a year for TEN DOLLARS. , _Tbn copies will be sent to one address for a year for SEVENTEEN DOLLARS. Twenty copies will be sent to one address for THIRTY DOLLARS, Clubs may bejforme ; d to, commence With the tirst of January, and to secure the deduction, the money must iuviSfiablybe paid tn advance- . S6_T All papers will be continued after the ex_^ plration of the year, unless expressly ordered to be discontinued, and such orders should be by let...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

Sicily.—Further Successes of Garibaldi.—Garibaldi lias captured Melazzo. The king of Sardinia has resolved to send an autograph letter to Garibaldi, requesting him not to attack the continental possessions of the King of Naples. In the engagements before Melazzo, on the. 16th and 17th ultimo, the Neapolitans had 580 men put bora du corobatA Garibaldi attacked the town of Melazzo on the 20th with the bayonet, and after a desperate combat the Neapolitans withdrew to the citadel. News has been received here that the Garibaldians suffered great losses in the engagement near Melazzo. It was asserted that Garibaldi was wounded in the foot. Garibaldi had ordered several of the inhabitants of Melazzo to be shot for having fought against him_. Letters have been received from Sicily stating that General ClaVy hnd only evacuated the outpost, and the town of Messina, and had concentrated his troops in the citadel. Another steamer belonging to the royal Neapolitan navy has gone over to Garibal...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

CONGREGATIONAL. Spiritual Destitution in Connecticut.—The following painful recital proves rather the thoroughness of the investigation, than any remarkable peculiarity in the facts of the case: "At the recent meeting of the General Association of Connecticut, Rev. L. W. Bacon read an extended and carefully prepared report, based on an actual canvass of one hundred and two of the one hundred and sixty towns of the State. In ' a large number of towns, thinly peopled, nearly or quite half of the families do not attend church at all. • 'Devil's Den/ a district of a Fairfield county town, does not send a soul'to church. In another town, they go to " what they call the 'Universal Church,'—take their fishpoles and go up to the ' Dace Hole/ and fish and play all day. 'These are but instances in a very large number. ' The Sabbath breaking is mostly by native Americans. The fact is observed that, as the dis tricts recede in distance from the church centre ' s, they ate more irreligio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

price of SoKDA _* -School Uton_, at the very low ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. It is designed for PahektsTeachers, and all who are _engaged or interested in the religious training of the young. It is also an excellent Family Paper _TvrfbP A_^rSo _*116 /"_^_'^^ mcs is occupied with _« akka n V£Sand other matter particularly _interesting to yowng _persons. Teaehers*will find in it much that they will like to read to their classes,—interesting matter prepared to their hands and such as they cannot find elsewhere. For the same reason, members of the Bible classesand the older scholars generally, will be greatly benefttted by the perusal of this paper. The Sunday-School Times bas every week, a column or more of the choicest matter selected from the NOOH PRAYER MEETINGS, which are so _interesting to all classes of Christians. Besides a large amount of general religious intelligence, the Sunday-School Times contains all the recent Sunday-school news. It reports all the important CONVENTIONS of Su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

FOXTBTH YEAE MADAME VAILL IE NT _TOl OHEN HER Boarding and Day School for Young ladiei, NO. 1628 CHESTNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA, On ike _12tli of September. _Superior instruction in both branchesEnglish anil •Prenehj is given. M. Vaillient, wit h the assistance o? Miss Vaiilient, will su_#erintendj as hitherto, the French branch. 744.747 MISS MARY E. THROPP WILL OPEN her BOARDING AND DAY-SCHOOL for Young Ladies and Little Girls, at 1920 SPRUCE Street, Philadelphia, tha FIRST MONDAY in SEPTEMBER. Circulars, containing terms and other particulars, may be had on application , by letter or _^ otherwise, at 1920 Spruce street. Miss Thropp refersalsoi by _permission, to the following ladies and gentlemen: Mrs, John MarkoePhiladelphia; Mrs. Dr. Charles F. Bec|c, do.; Mrs. Coleman Fisher, Sr.do.; Mrs. John P. WetherillSr., do.; Prof. John S. HartLL. D.; Rev. _Josi H.Jonesi D. I).; Prof. Geo. W. Norris,M.D._; Rev. H. A. Boardman, D. D.; Hon. Peter. McCall; Rev. Wm. P. Breed; Prof. Wm-Gibso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

NOTICES. The Rev. J. C. Fletcher gave us, last evening, a brilliant lecture on the religioncustoms, and peopleof Brazil. Seldom have we relished anything more than the picture he laid before his audience of that exuberant garden of the tropics, laden with its strange variety of fruits and flowers, teeming in perpetual harvest for the hand of man. Surely that country must be the garden of the worldand if its people bad the enterprise which moves this Yankee nationimagination could not set a bound to the results they would produce there. As relevant to this comparison, the Reverend gentleman stated that the best Remedies employed there for the diseases to which they are subject are invented and supplied to them by our own well-known countryman, Dr. J. C. Ayerof Lowell, Mass., and that not the people onlybut the priesthood and the court of the Emperor downhave constant recourse in sickness to the remedies of this widely celebratad American Chemist.— Ledger, Boston. If Medicine is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

WATCHES , JEWELRY, SILVER-WARE GOLD CHAINS, &o. THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK OP PINE JEWELRY IN THE CITY, CONSISTING OF SETS OP BREAST-PINS AND EAR-RINGS, SUCH AS Pearls, CarbunclesCorals, Cameos, LavasFlorentine Mosaic, AmalikiteGarnets, Gold Stone, Mosaic, Enameled, &c, Mounted in Plain and Etruscan Gold of the finest quality and most elegant styles, at the lowest prices for which the goods can be sold. Also a large and splendid assortment of the finest _^ AMERICAN AND IMPORTED WATCHES, FOB LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, Selected and imported by the subscriber especially for his retail sales, and warranted to give satisfaction or the money refunded. A large assortment of rich and elegant patterns of GOLD _NECEi VEST, CHATELAINE AND LONG CHAINS, CHATELAINE PINS, &c, to match; The subscriber would also call attention to his assortment of, : " ¦ • ' ¦ ' ' ¦ . ' . : ¦¦¦ ¦ SILVER TEA _SETS of the most recherche patterns, of which he has always a large ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

TfTQKKS BY PRESBYTERIAN AUTHORS . Published by LINDSAY & _BLAKISTOff, 25 South Sixth St, above Chestnut. THE, WAY 01 SALVATION, Illustrated in a Series of DIs _courses.. By .Rev. Albert Barnes. One volume, 12tno. Price $1.00 THE ATONEMENT; In its Relation to Law and Moral Government. • One volume, 1200. "Price $1.00. '•' ¦ '" PRACTICAL . SKRMDN3. Designed Sir Vacant Congregations and Families. One volume, 12mo. Price $1.00. As specimens of Theological reasoning, of homilette ability and _completeness, and of,practical religious feeling," we know of no _wriUngi of: Sir. fames' superior!—[N. Y. Evangelist. THE FIRST A1|A3| A _" ND THE SECOND. The _Klohlm Revealed in the Crajcfon and Resurrection of Man. By Samuel J. Baird, D.D. In _oaTvolutne, octavo. .Price $2.S0. " , _ "We have examined it sufficiently to satisfy ourselves tbat _SVJs a work of no common value. 'It evinces abilityresearchcareful preparation, and earnest zefll for the truth.*—Princeton Review. THE DIVINE LOV...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

Special Arrangement for the Present Season. I. TO Teachers,or. otherswho are willing, to canvass for this paper, and who will send us, at one timethe names of seven sew subscribers, and seven dollars in cash, we will give a copy of WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED QUARTO DIG 1ION A RY, kew pictohiai. _edition, price,* $6.00; or of LIPPINCOTT 'S UNIVERSAL C3AZETEER, price$600. II.- To those who will send us*,at one timethe names of ten new subscribers, and ten dollars in cash, we will give a copy of the new and splendid MAP OF ANCIENT JERUSALEMpublished by our Society,5 feet by ?, mounled and colored. Price, $10.00. III. Persons who prefer canvassing for compensation in money,and who can produce satisfactory testimonials as to character, will receive most liberal terms. TV. MONTHLY TIMES. The Sunday-School Times for the first week in each month, is also issued in a separate form* as a Monthly paperfor those schools ant! families who do not wish to take it weekly. Price, to single subscribers S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

_^ FOREIGN. Great Britain.—The Defences, of Great Britain, etc.—In the* House of Commons, on the 23d ultimo, Lord _Paitnereton stated the intentions of the government relative to the defences of the country_, lie proposes that the recommendations of the recent Commissioners, whose report has been published, should be substantially carried out. The defence of the various dock yards is the principal _proposition, and the estimated outlay is two million pounds sterling, which is intended to be raised by means of terminable annuities, expiring in thirty years. f * ¦ The requirement for the present year is two million pounds, _<which it is proposed to raise at once with a view to the immediate prosecution of the works, and to raise from year to year_^uch additional sums as may be-required, _^ / i l Lord _Paimerston expatiated on the danger to which the country was exposed from invasion, and, after pointing to the large army maintained in France—which is always ready for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

! _^ TO _CONSUMPTiyTES . CitfEBIPS GOD LIVER OIL JELLY _3_WWBNTB», AUOTSTiSOTH_; 1858, Is the only remedy for _Consumption a!nd all kinds of Coughs. It is twice more efficacious thaa the Liquid Oil . ¦¦ ¦¦¦• • ¦ " ¦ - ALSOj, ' ' ' QUEEXJ'S JELLIFIED CASTOE OIL, ; (PATENTED,) To be had of all respectable Druggists. PENFOLD, PAEKER & MOWER, 70, ,4473 15 Beekman St., Wholesale Agents.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

NOTICE. Svnn^?.Of «*enesee.~The Annual Meeting of iochl?er _^ne fKe 'wUl convene at the Central _Chtt _^n, !££_&_£ _%\^iltt \t ntbe elerenth dayj . Bunkirk , _AuS^^^^^ THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

ADVERTISEMENTS X IGHT HOUSE COTTAGE, JLj NEAB. THE LIGHT-SOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., (the nearest house to the surf,) is now open for _tfce reception of Boarders. Members of every Christian church will find the quiet of this house in perfect keeping .with their views. The proprietor respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage of his friends and the public. 740-5tim JONAH _WOOTTOJNT, Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

GEEMAN REFORMED. "Untun _sed Leonem."—-One, but a Hon. "For the foreign field there is but one missionary, namely, Rev. ,B. Schneider, D. D., who is stationed at Aiatab, in Asia Minor, and who labors amongst the, Armenians, and of late has had the most encouraging success. He has a large congregation in Aintab, and a number of out-stations in the surrounding country* A number of native Armenians have studied under him, and are now preaching the pure Gospel to-their own countrymen. He has another class in course of prepartion." -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

CAHVASSEES WANTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

ELMIRA FEMALE COLLEGE 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 furnished, warmed and lighted,) with Tuition in all the studies of the course, $75 pec half-yearly session. Next SESSION opens _AUGUST 30th. Address-- . A. W. C0WLES, D. D. President. _' ' S. BENJAMIN, a; - t Chairman of the Board. N. P. _Fassett. Secretary. 741-746. .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

AND totntttt €Danflert0 t, . _THURSDAY, AUGUST 10,1880.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

ter, and was easily persuaded to go on with Nelly Indeed, the whole aspect of things seemed changed, for any way seems pleasant, if we are only " walking in love." The party, who were some distance in advance, waited at the entrance of the wood for Nelly and her friend. " Isn't she a curious girl ?" said Susy Gifford. " I wouldn't be so odd for all the world," said Fanny Smythe. " She is just fche best girl in the academy," said -Charles Graham, who began to be thoroughly sorry for his rude speech. " Yes, that sho is," echoed Belle Hamilton, with an affectionate generosity, which made her look prettier than ever. Now they all went into the cool, green woods, fragrant with wild flowers, and the odorous pine trees. As they skipped along with singing and laughter, Phil quietly gathered the _sweetest and freshest blossoms, and made them into a wreath for Nelly. But she noticed that, In the little bouquet he carried in his own hand, although the flowers were beautiful, every stem was c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

WORLD'S HAIR _DRESSING WORLD'S HAIR _RESTORER QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, Franklin Buildings, 403 Walnut Street , PHILADELPHIA. CAPITAL, $200,000 SURPLUS, .. .. 150000 FIRE, MABINE, and INLAND fNSURANCE. ' FIRE INSURANCE, LIMITED and PERPETUAL, ON BUILDINGS AND MERCHANDISE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. MARINE INSURANCE, INLAND AND OCEAN, ON VESSELS, FREIGHT , and CARGO, to and from all parts of the World. GEO. H. H ART, President. E. P. ROSS, Vice President. . H. R. (_JOGGSHALL, Secretary. S. H. BUTLER, Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS: * George H. Hart, Andrew H. Chambers. E. P. Ross, Charles G. Imlay, A. C. Cattell, H. R. Co_^snall, Foster 8. Perkins, Samuel Jones. M. D E. W. Bailey, Hon. ft. m. Fuller. September 15.—ly. THE STATE _SAVIWGS _FXTITD. No. 241 Dock Street, Philadelphia, BEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE. Sums large and small are received daily, and every Monday evening on deposit. , Any aum of money wanted is returned whenever called for. Many Persons open accounts with thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 16 August 1860

WALKING 1ST LOVE, OB PHIL BARTON, THE HUNCHBACK. There could not have been a more beautiful day. To be sure, there had been a few clouds early in the morning, but, as Nelly Warren declared, there was only enough water in them for the sun to wash his face, and give his little flower children jeach a drink. And now everything was so bright and beautiful, and every little drop dancing on the grass blades, was shaking and twinkling to think what a fright it had given the boys and girls, when it was only "playing rain." t For you must know that it was a holiday in the little village academy, and all the scholars were going to take their dinners , and spend the happy day in the woods. It was a very pleasant sight when the children started in company from the academy gate. There were such sunny smiles playing " hide and _seelc fi in the merry dimples—such bright eyesblue, black, and gray—such nimble, dancing feet, and oh! such a chatter _^ it would have utterly discouraged a full con...

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