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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

THE SFJSBAY-SCHOOL TIMES.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

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Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

From the Children on the Plains THE BOCTHSS. Curtis and Ruth had nearly reached the North Fork of the Platte, when the road along which they were travelling suddenly swarmed with human beings. There; could be no mistaking those wild, half naked forms, and Ruth knew at once they were Indians. Curtis seized his rifle, hut in vain. It was taken from Mm at the instant by a strong hand from behind, while a tall Indian at the same moment took his mule by the bridle. In silence the whole party now turned off from the road, down the bed of a narrow stream, that was now dry. _, Curtis looked at Buth. Her face was very pale, but it was full of peace, and he strengthened his own heart with the thought of her faith. After an hour's silent ride, the whole party stopped at an Indian village, or encampment.—• Buth and Curtis were left in charge of two tall Indians, while the rest of the party gathered about them—men, women, and children—as if for a general consultation. Curtis'_s mind was full...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

' ; AITEB'S _* Ci.THAB'Flfe_'_JPI_^1'8_', 4 Are you suac, feewe, ana complaining r _nra J-.'V"_^- , _~ 'zr , _idtfcyoHTSystem deranged, aridyour _fedhywnpcainiprtaMe*JHum S«e often the prelude to _serfons _Ulneiw. Some fit of sickne£ is creeping nptinyoti, atadshould be averted by & timelyjattwof theright_^_medy. TakeAyer'sHUs_^ and _deaaseontthe_^faordered BwnoS-purirythe bloodind let the fluids more on _unobirtractea inAealtb. again. They Btimulate the functions ofthe body into_*- _bomuei activitypurify the system from the obstructions which mafca _dtae_^e. Acoldsettto *>_ifiewhe>e to the body, and obstructs; it* natural functions. These, if not relieved, react upon themselves and tfie surrounding organsproducing general aggravation, suffep. tn<r and disease While in this condition, oppressed oythe «>eraSgemln _" tt_*l_^yel' s PilVand _bw' hof directlytkerr«fore the natind action of the systemand withJt the buoyant feeUng of health aifciih...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

. A subscription is now; being token up among the passengers for the seaman who nrst shouted " breakers 'ahead/' I shall never forget- i,6 my djing daythe face of the captain when hW heard that wild shout. I have seen distress "and pain in all their forms, but never a face like that, so full of Horror, perfect agony_^ aind crushing resp_»nsibilifcyi _,3_?he ery "breakers siheM_^ Mhe stopping of> the jengipes_, the escape of the _steamy and t_^tf _!_4i^|hj|^'mi i_^P_^^_re_#ip_^ _asdea_^ed' at_;t_^e_^nstaiit as ijt it was..-utterly, itnposst_^e to stop the ship 's way in time to save us j but Grod rules. He put forth His hand, and the vessel, trembling as if with mortal fear , yielded to her powerful engines , receded from the rpek_^ and we were saved. _' Sprinfield Republican, _September 1L I knew there was no time to run below for hfepreservers,-2-rwhich are hung up by each; berth, and so contented myself with just stringing up my nerves for a buffet with the waves. ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

_LETTER OF _KEAt DOW. This letter was addressed to the secretary of the New York State Temperance Society just previous to the late anniversary. - Portland, Aug. 8,1860. Eev. Br. Marsh: i ; • " Dear Sir ¦ :—The teinperance men of Hew York are to have a Convention at Saratoga on the , 8th insfc. I wish I could be there to confer with our friends, of the Empire State upon the best means to be adopted, to arouse once more the attention of the people to the importance,—the necessity—-of making a movement Here in procuring the suppression % law, of the traffic in strong drink. All parties are agreed that the liquor traffic is an unmitigated evil in every community in which it is tolerated, and it ought to be placed by law in the list of prohibited occupations. But .many persons hesitate as to the policy of demanding such a law now , lest public opinion should not be prepared for its vigorous enforcement. The notion prevails pretty extensively, that along course of preparation of th...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

eyri_^ N ELEGANT PERSONAL _JlplGHjl REQUISITE. Jlllll ffiW_^ LUXURIANT AND SILKY HAIR. ?^^^^ l_^ There is n othing that adds to the = =_T _isKmlPl aPpearance of ladies, gentlemen, or _^S_^frii§i3WjEf- cbil _^ rei1 ' so much _^a fine head of GaUSsS&Wa&I nair _* There-is no preparation for 5 ^•'"" young or old that will compare wi MS. S. A. _ALLEJTS W0RM)'S HAIR _DRESSJHG Or ZY _LOBAI_^_SAMUIWr. Price, in ferge bottles, 37 cents. # Approved by Chemists, Physicians and Clei-evmen o^«rf edged by _^to *•su P eriOT to _SfSL; preparation for dressing, preserving and beautifying the It renders it (however dry) soft, silky and elossv and is a sure preventive of SCURF and DANDRUFF ' MS ™ ' wife of Rev. D. W. Ci-abk, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: «I have us«_fd Mrs. S. A. AUen'_s _Zv ' SS? 8ainui ?. wlth ""^ch satisfaction in dressing my _^a _^d . children 's hair. After trying various ar »?* ' I ^»° _hesitation in recommending yours _t _wl_*_"* J haVC ever usei1 ' Jt el'«tl_»e h...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

A WEW _ftEART.—WHAT IS ITI , Uhildren _otten near and sometimes speak about a " new heart." But do they quite understand what the words mean ? j A teacher once asked a little girl in her class i " Do you think you have a new heart V* " Yes, teacher, I hope so," the child replied. "What makes you hope so?" : _^Because I love the things which I used to hate, and hate what I used to love." That was a good answer. AH of us "by nature" love sin., We would rather please ourselves than please God. We do not wish to think about him, nor to serve him. But when he gives a child a new heart, that child begins to love what is good and right—-would rather please God than please himielf—tries to imitate the gentle and holy Saviour—-and wishes to do God's will more than anything else in the world. Dear children , have you a new heart? _p Then there will be a " new life." You know, what we wish to be we shall try to be. If a child really has a new heart, he will be obedient, gentle, truthfu...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

_GaribaldDCompared with. Bolivar—How little was any one _^ _prepared to expect so grand a triumph but | twg_^nonths'since I . We_< ourselves had the |reatest mis_^^i_^. )reasonipg simpl y from a calculato6n_^d_^ffi_^^_feSWi fbr$$ 'af the _contending partreB. But Garibaldi was _^riser. He knew the men he had to deal with, and h(w shown to the world that revolutions can be effectedi>y other means than bayonets. His career has scarbe'y a parallel in History. He has, in fact, acted on, the strength of his own name; this has been his _capital, and with it he has organized armies out of peasants, and dispersed the welldrilled veterans of tyrants. It f may,b\e said that.this was precisely _^hat _,our own Washington didr—and sof to a'certain extewf it'was: but then he .was' not frowned at by- intriauing' Emperors ana*timid diplomatists, who tried their utmost to deter him and his compatriots from _embarking in their.great enterprise, and, moreover, he rwas assisted, instead ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

FINE JEWELEY IS THE CITY, CONSISTING OF SETS OP BREAST-PINS AND EAR-RINGS, _SUOJBt AS-= Pearls, Carbuncles,-Corals, Cameos, Lavas, Florentine Mosaic, AmaliMte, Garnets, Gold Stone, Mosaic, Enameled, &c, Mounted inPlain 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, rOE ' LADIES' and G_^NTiEMEK»S WEiE, 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 NECK, VEST, CHATELAINE AND LONG CHAINS, CHATELAINE PINS,.&c, to ' match. The subscriber would also call attention to his assortment Of ' .-" - ¦ -: 'J • ::¦ ¦ .. ¦• ".." _' •' . ¦ " - .-SILVE R TEA JSMT.S of the most recherche patterns, of which he has always a large stock on hand, or will make them " to order at the...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

!fatwill _Wutlt. MY EAMY HOME. BY _ALEXANDER CLARK, EDITOR OF THE SCHOOL VISITOR Low, Peace, and _Repose! the teoderest trio Of musical words ever blended in one—limb one wotd is Home-J mH the hills of Ohio—Dear honie of my childhood in years that are gone There father and mother, two sisters, one brother, With hopes, like their hearts, united, abide, Their treasures in this world are few; in another, A heritage holy and glory beside. In fancy I wander, this _aweet_^uinmer morning, Away to the wheat-field, just over the hill; 'Tia harvest-time, now, and the reapers are coming To gather the waiting grain, golden and still. Man y harvests have passed, many summers baveended _, Since here I oft toiled, with glad reapers, _^before; _J And felt the great bounty of heaven extended, - Giving joy to the worker, and bread to the poor; Lone ago, I remember, when, thirsty and tiring, The harvesters came to the old maple shade, _, How they quaffed the pure water, so coo! and inspiring, Th...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

HOW TO _SECftrfcE _itiDtiTENVtSGE. different from penurioushessj for it is ecpnomv that can always b_^t ' aford to bh generous. Ii does not make money ' _am idol, but regards it as a useful ' agent. ' As liean Rwiftobserves, "We must carry money in the jheadlhot in the heart." Economy may be stylej! • tha daughter of Prudence, the sister of _Temperance, and the mother of Liberty. . It is eminently-Co nservative of character, of domestic happiness; j nd social well-being. It allays irritation, anjl pro luces content. It makes men lovers of pubjicL crderand security. . It deprives the agitator"_, of his stock in * trade by Removing suffering, ami r_«nders his appeals to classhatred comparativel y_^ in iocuous. When workmen by their industry and'frugality lave secured their own independence, _thW wiU* cease to regard the sight of others' weH_^_Wtig _^in the light of a wrong inflicted on themse_^teJtodgit_^ iU ; no longer be possible to make poj_™iaTcapital but of their imaginary ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

BOAHD OF TRUSTEES. Alexander Whilldin , John _Anspach, Jr. ?a_?_ul1_^ork> Jonas Bewman °nc 'J"r > William J. Howard, John _Ailrman, John C. Sims, Samuel T. Bodme , George Nugent, T._Esmonde Harper , Albert C. Roberts, H. H. Eldndge. ' MEDICAL JEXAMIHEHS. J. F. Bird, M.D; , j. Newton Walker, M.D. In attendance at the .Company 's Office daily at one o'clock P.tt. feblOly Quaker orrJp iwsngfiaiicE _com_^^ny , _Fkankhn Buildings, 403 Walnut Street , PHILADELPHIA. CAPITAL, $200,000 SURr L/US, ...•.»,..»...., ~ _, _j_^q ynn FIRE, MARINE, and INEANDINSURANCE. ' * FIRE INSURANCE, LIMITED and PERPETUAL ON BUILDINGS,AND MERCHANDISE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. U MARINE INSURANCE, INLAND AND OCEAN ON VESSELS, FREIGHT , and CARGO, to and from all parts of the World. , GEO. H. HART, President ; E. P. ROSS, Vice President H. R. COGGSHALL, Secretary. S. H. BUTLER, Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS: George H. Hart. Andrew R. Chambers, E. P. Ross, Charles G. Imlay, A.CCattell, H. R. CoWgshalf, F...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

_ADYEETISEMENTS MELODEO_^ MANUiFACTORY. The undersigned _having for the past twelve years been practically en gaged: in manufacturing +-¦ ¦ ' .,,> . ¦ ¦ . . JM_^_LtimBmi_^ r . . , _-: . ..:; feels confident of his ability to produce an article superior to any other in the city, and upon the most moderate terms. Tunitig'_anVT _Repairing promptly attended to. A._iMACJfUTT, _Kbi 115 M. Sixth Street. EDWIN CLINTON, B RW S U E M iE* O It I tT _M_, ¦' ¦'¦ '[¦¦ M. 908 _Chestnut Street. A very flne assortment of every size, style, and quality Of TOILET BRUSHES, always on hand. Also Shell Ivory, Buffalo, Boxwood, and Beaden DRESSINGPOCKET, and FINE-TEETH COMBS, at Wholesale, or Retail. . ,: ., ; , ,... , . _. _ . : ,. ;; . ;.. . . _: - aug .*»-!-:"• ¦ , -. _HJAitES R_, WEBB, TEA DIALER" ANt) _tAMlLt GROCER; 223 S. Eighth St., below Walkdt, Phila., Has for sale a large an'd varied_' assbf tment of fine Teas, Coffees, and choice Groceries fqrFamily use. _JtJ_8 * Orders by mail pro...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

SAVTOG FUNBS. LIFE. INSURANCE ATS© TBOST COMPANY. Company ' s Buildings, South-eastCorner of WALNUT and FOURTH _streets. ..,.,, Open from ¦9_' a.m. to 5 p.m. ' . Incorporated 1850 by the Legislature of Pennsylvania Capital $500,000. Charter Perpetual. . Insures Lives duringthe natural life or for short terms. grants ' annuities and endowments, and makes contracts of all lcind ' s depentling on the issues of life. Actw» also as Executors, Trustees, and Guardians. c Policies of Life Insurance issued at the usual mutual rates of other good'Companies—with profits to the assured—at Joint Stock rates, 20 percent, less than above or Total Abstinence rates"40 per cent, less than Mutual price. - ¦¦ • ¦ • . : SAVING FUND. Interest at 5 per cent; allowed for every day the Deposit remains, and paid back jon demand in Gold ami Silver, and Checks furnished . as in a Bank, for use of Depositors. : ::_^_U:{ This Company has FIRST MORTGAGES , REAL ESTATE, GROUND _KENTS; and other first-class I...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

THE FIRE IS CHESTOTT STEEET. Letter from Theo. H. Peters & Co. Philadelphia, January 19, 1860. Messrs. Fabbei., Hebrinc <fc Co., 629 Chestnut Street. Gentlemen:—We have -recovered -the Herring 's Patent Champion Safe, of your make, which we bought from you nearly five years ago, from the ruins of our building, No- 716 Chestnut _^ street, which was entirely destroyed by fire on the morning o Ahe 17th inst. So'rapid was the progress of the _Hktnes, before we _coutd reach the store, the whole interior ' 'was one mass of fire. The Safe being in the back part of the store, and surrounded_.by the most combustible materials, was exposed to great heat. It fell with the waljs of that part of ~th_*-building Jnto -the 'cellar, and remained imbedded in the ruins ibr more than thirty hours. The 'Safe ' was opened this morning in the presence of a number of _gentlemen 1 and the contents, comprising our bopks, bills, receivable money, and a large .amount of valuable papers, are al...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

COMFORTERS OUT OF NEWSPAPERS. Soon after the " advent of chilly nights, finding the extra covers tod heavy, and remembering the suggestion of a yepr ago, I took off a weighty coverlid and substituted a half dozen -copies of a popular weekly. ' I never slept more pleasantly_, _^mentioned it tosom e of my acquaintances, who, on trial of the .paw two weeks, pronounced it effectual. I used it jon three beds in my house, and as nothing can be cheaper, I feel authorized to recommend it for general use. I had the curiosity to weigh'the newspapers in use on my three beds, an'd-tne4iniount of' all Was three pounds only. The -papera_/_can be spread loosely, overlapping one._araothjsr, though- for convenience 1 have pasted the edges together. How trifling is tlie cost, and how jasily obtained ! A pound or two of old newspapers can be procured for four cents a pound, and if spread between two ligbt covers to retain them in their place, will keep a person comfortable' whether he. be rich o...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

WANT OF CH1B3TY AMONG EOMAN-, ISTS TO SlIR OWN POOR. A missionary of _Ahe American and Protestant Union in this _county reports in the last number of their Journal as/folfows : " The cold, h' _earfesa indifference of Romanism toward their poor _e r _evidence of their want of Scriptural piety, i sickly lady, enfeebled by old age, and supportedjby the county, in answer to the inquiry why _sb! did not apply to the priest for assistance, replied _^ lat he would not do anything for her; that the <pllar Bhe obtained partly by selling rags, the pr _sst took for masses to be said for her deceased _t }n. A Romanist family the parents of which. I lad frequently solicited to let their children attei d our schools, with but little success, were overt iken-by sickness and poverty. The father, . an in.< briate, the mother sick/ and without food for he1 babe and other children, and entirely neglected by their own church, were, through the benevolence of Protestants , saved from...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

N. E. CORNER SEVENTH AND _CHESTNUT STS. An Institution designed to prepare young men for active business. Established September, 1844. Incorporated June 4th, 1855.•. ¦* .. ¦ _' .:. _' ¦¦• . ' ¦: :;¦ - . * ¦ • _¦. " ¦ /<¦ ¦" /" • -;' '¦"... • ¦ ¦ : ¦ PACTJI.TS'. . . ' .¦:_":. ¦'•¦¦¦ S. HODGES _CRITTENDEN, Attorney at _IaW, Principal, Consulting Accountant, and Instructor in Comr mercial Customs. THOMAS W. MOORE, Professor of _Penmansjup. JOHN GROESBECEProfessor of Book-keeping ana , Phonography, and Verbatim Reporter. JOHN BARNARD and GEORGE V. MAUSInstructors in Science of Accounts, and Commercial Calculations SAMUEL W. _CRITTENDEN, Attorney at Xaw_, Instructor in Commercial Law.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

THE STATE SAVIHGS _FTTBTD. No. 241 Bock Street, Philadelphia, NEXT DOOR SO THE POST OFFICE. Sums large and small are received daily, and every Monday evening on deposit. Any sum of money wanted is returned whenever called for. Many Persons open accounts with this Company, and draw their money by Checks, as in Bank, thus combining convenience and profit. Interest is paid on all sums of Money, amounting to Three _DoUsus or more, at the rate of Five Per Cent. Per Annum. No Notice is required hy this Company for the pa\ ment of either Principal or Interest. Substantial satisfaction to Depositors has, without ex ception, attended the operations and efforts of tins wellknown Institution. . ' GEO. H. HART, President. CHARLES G. IMLAY, Cashiet. mar. 5-1 yr. J. HENRY HAYES, First Teller.

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