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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

_fflHB AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN .JLv: - -- ' ; ;';, . ¦ ¦¦ . ¦• .• -- ¦ ¦' .,-. ." : -A_*P ¦ - : . : j : " CENESEE _EYANGELIST, A WEEKLY FAMILY NEWSPAPER, Published every Thursday, at 1334 Chestnut Street, ' .' .'_. ¦ - : • _, , • <..,..'*.. ¦ ¦:- Pait.ADEi.FHrA, 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. '' ' : ' Vi . ' _; '• " J D.: -O.'- HOUGHTON, Editoh, ¦ ..ASSOGEATEDWETH ALBERT BARNES, * j GEORGE _bUFFIELD, JK. THOMAS BRAINERD, I JOHN JENKINS, HENRY DARLIHOj J THOMAS t. SHEPHERD. ¦ The Ajierican Presbyterian was commenced three years _ago by a company of benevolent and pious men, who loved the Church and desired to promote its interests.- One year later, at the mutual consent of the friends of both papers, ana by thp: publicly expressed, concurrence and endorsement of the Genesee Synod, the Getiesee Evangelist,_^ifor tenyeara _published! ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

SAVIW FUNDS. ~^^^ _AMERICAN LIFE _INSURANCE A« TRUST COMPANY. ^^_BS_^ South-eastCorBer ofWALmiT a« dfO^|_TH Sttee_»- _WRS_ S5^!?_S?5_%tt 2;ofiifc: Acting of all _tanfls _^V-_^^L_^^_g. and Guardians, Diice. - ' , , ' _' . SAVING FOTTD- _. .. _^ p _tSuEL WORK, _Tice President. \ Joiro Q- &ms _^ Sej_^tary_^ . Jbinr Si _Wn~*w_» -Treasons*. : BOARD _OJF _TSBStSES_. ¦ John t" * »«» Z . _gx. _Sinis ,.,,. iivmjin. John K_>i ; Dims, T.iBsmonde Harper, Albert C. _Boberts, H. H. Eldridge. MEDICAL EXAJHHEBS. _^ J F. Bird, M.D., J: _Newffiri Walker, M.D. In attendance at the Company ' s Offiee daig- at one o' clock p.m. ' - • iep y COMMONWEALTH TIKE INSURANCE COMPAS of SrStote_5 of_^iinBy6»n_^ _JOfflee, Northwest _corner _fourth «»d W«la»t _stoepte, _Philadelphia. ¦ _™ " > St7Ssciti»ED Capitai., $500,000. . . _Paip _vr> C*_nnai» $200,000 _^ _DAYTO JAYNE, M. D., President. THOMAS S.1 STEWART, Vie* President. Samuei. S; _Moow, Secretary. . , _, feb. 26-1 yr. QU...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED FAMILY BIBLE The Host Magnificent, the Most Profusely, AND THE CHEAPEST ILLUSTRATED BIBLE EVER PUBLISHED. Fart 1, Price fifteen, Cents, with. Thirty-two ' Illustrations, will he on sale at all Bookstores and Sealers, on THE 9th OF FEBRUARY., . "No pictorial Bible we have seen will compare with it."—Knickerbocker Magazine. "For beauty and taste in all its parts, it has never been.excelled, if i ndeed equalled.—-N. Y-. Sun." « We hope this Bible will find a welcome in thousands ' of American homes. '* —Evangelist. " When complete, will form a most magnificent copy of the Holy Scriptures." —N. Y. Observer. « The cheapest publication of the kind which lias yet _^^nvjo_/_i » — -w . _y _Tflvaning Post. "It is a model of cheapUBHbi _auu excellence. "—a: yn Times. " Thisis an extraordinary work; nearly every page is illustrated." —Church Advocate. " For its extreme cheapness and the extraordinary beauty of its countless illustrations, no more valuable edition of ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

KIND MAKlfEESr " Will you lend me your knife.to sharpen my pencil, George?" asked little Mary Green of her brother,Who Was_^sitting at the opposite side of the table. - , _, George drew the fcnife from his pocket; and pushed it rudely towards her, sayirig at the same time, " Now don't cut your fingers off." The knife fell upon the floor, _andy as }« was evening,it took Marysome minutes to fi*"|ifc, and her brother made no offer of assistance. He was studying a geography lesson for the next day) arid: seemed to be very much engaged with it; At length he dosed his book and atlas, exclaiming:—- " Well, I'm gladthat lesson is learned." "And now will you please, to show me how to do the sum, . before you begin to study _again;?" said Mary, who had been for some time puzzling over a sum in subtraction, which appeared to Her very difficult. _ "You are big enough to dd your own sums, I should think, Miss Mary," was the answer, v " Let me see. What! this simple question. You must be st...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

THE IIEE m _CHESTKOTJSXaEET Letter from Theo. H. ' Peters & Co. ,, Philadelphia, January 19, 1860. Messes. Fabbel, Hekjukg & Co.j ' * 629[Chestnut Street. _GrEWTLjaoar;__We have -recovered the Herring's Patent _Cbampion Safe, of your make, which we bought from you nearly five years ago, from the ruins of our buildmg, No. 716 Che6toBt- street, w . hSch was entirely destroyed by fire on the looming of the 17th inst. _™,,?._irap _ilTv_*8 the Pr°Sre*s:: oftbe'flames, before we could reac_^ the- _store, the whole interior was one mass and-«ri;-« $ _^h . _inS in fhtf b a_*P"t of the store, P_^_ol_^f°_u nded bv _ tbe _""ost combustible.materials, was _iSFiM9 _£_"_# **_$ _^feU _^ ith tbe _^_alls of that bedd_^ _Se _^ aild -Dg into _*e cell_^_andT remained immSwk ruins_.for inore.tnan thirty hours. - _3f_!if_ffe J** °P ened _thw morning in the presence of our _wl °'!_"_«_"»»»• "i-d the' contents, comprising our books, bills, receivable money, ind a laree amount by fire ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

_FAlteCAL _EATIEffCE A$£ _HSESET_^- * ' ¦ ¦_'_/ ¦" ¦ \ . " _bajtce. ' ;. .„/ " : •._; " Oh dear V exclaimed a young mother " how many times have I corrected Ellen for "_^hat one thing, and she does not remember it!" _^ This was said in the presence of herown aged mother, who had reared a large family of children, arid tHus " been through the mill," as we say, and the did lady replied in words of wisdom , learned from a long and eventful experience: " Yes! and you will have to -keep correcting her for this one thing uriial she is twenty-one years of age, " . - : . - . - : .. ' . ¦ . - ¦ ;¦ ¦¦ ,. _- • ' \ This was " cold comfort," it!is,true, but thereply involved a great fact. The mother who expects to discipline all the evil out of a child's heart in a few months, has yet to learn a very important parkof family government. A little hoy may learn his letters in four weeks, by studying them only fifteen minutes in a,_dayj but try him on saying "please," when he asks for anythingat t...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

^" " . '_" _' _'¦ " ¦ ¦T_^pOD _OF 'JpE _KLAlffT. , . '']" "It was fptmferiy _sapmsed_^ that the food of the giant _oainle frond,|Ke gfo_»_liiS., This is a mistake.! Th'e _p_^aterip-irfe of. th^|tt_^_rp_^^riier_^O;jn -the-air. Just Iio_^nn3^'._%o_^e»^om;' thB'.' i|,_^I; _arixT liow much- from -me_^Hip, and _Whether the _^fb*»d is mainly _ea_*ried^; fe_$> the ' • plant -through the_^_feaviesV or chiefly thjrotfgh the roots, dissolved in rain water, are _points *upoD which scientific men differ. 9!hese are iinpdrtant qnestionis, for upon, them depend ithgd theory and practice of manuring, the best _kji ds-and forms, etc. A few feet of soil, a ajfle up chiefly of clay and _jand, will-bear a majerac tree, ._conteintng many cores ' of wood, i_^i whi< |iiare scores of bushels of charcoal. Tins wood and this charcoal could not have come from pie- few feet of clay and sand., , A. few _poundsjof _^ grass _segd on an acre iof loiin (#nidaaid. _cft^^HU* _yield_^tojl affefion of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

_* ;¦ ^«»°' »«^s.Bro _^, , ; .:.. .. B, B.;Gomj6gy.s,: -_^ _y parsons, David Milne, B Hinman > ,, _Qeo.H. _, Stuar|,: _yr_^aericli Brown,' Jho. Spariiawk, _^ »^f Jr ' _r Joshua Lippmcott, Jr. < W * _^_RfeffiN_^EN; _Principal, _dorisolting Account-JOHN _GEOESBECBf, Professor of _^ Book _Keepmg Bhonographyi_^d _^^^l_^_ffit T_^ Insfaii_^rs Men, &c. _^iS_* ' Catalogues containing **V «^_g£ fi&_^ ner of instruction,- &c.? m_^_vje _^_ISfcf??*™^ Price, $1.50. Key to same, 50 cents. _™ i ¦ _^ REV. JAMES I. HELM'S school for a limited number of young ladies, 1525 Walnut Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

FINE JEWELRY m the crr_^_j large and splendid assortment of tKelnest * American ana Imported Watcl_eBf for Ladies' and Gentlemen 's Wear £=s3s?«a_^s_aB*si mmmm , H. MULLIGAN, jj- t> «,._ _, , . __ 444 North Second Street. Citv JnlrPS _^_rgest Wholesale Stock of goods -hUbe

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

_^_tfH_^^ Coughs, _Coijj_^, HoABSENESs,and Inf_.u-^-gfWVli_^^_, ekza, Ibmtation, Soreness, or any affec-K_^_tHISnk tion of the Tliroat CURED, the Hacking |3_»WffH | lT'lBCough in Consumption, _Bsonchjiis_, «__S__n_R3_V Whooping Cough, Asthma, Catarrh, RE-^_gBBSSr LIEVED by BROWN'S SRONCHIAL _^_HJbIII_^ TROCHES, or Cough Lozenges. "A simple and elegant combination for Coughs, &c." Dk. G. P.-Bigei.ow: , Boston. " Have proved extremely serviceable for Hoarseness." Rev. Henrt Warp Beecher. "Irecommend their use to Publ#Speakers." _Rpv. E. H. Chapin, New York.' " Most salutary relief in Bronchitis." Rev. S. Seig*bied, Morristown, Ohio. " Beneficial when compelled ' to speak, suffering from Cold." Rev. S. J. P. AndersonSt. Louis. " Effe ctual i n removing Hoarseness and Irritation of the Throat, so common, with Speakers and Singers. " Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, La Grange, Ga. Teacher of MusicSouthern Female College. ¦ '« Great henefit when taken before and after pt caching, as they...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

_<f awifg #iv' cfi. HOME. BTW_.H, r. Home is a word of sweetest sound, To wand'ring mortals given; Hot this poor home of earthly hound, But the bright home of heaven ' - Our earthly homes must soon decay, And perish from our sight} But the fair home of endless day Knows neither change nor blight 1 Then, in the paradise of God, We'll reigitj forever blest; No sin shall mar that fair abode Of,everlasting rest! While here we often heave a sigh/ As wearily we roam; There, in the world of bliss on high, We'll find a happy home.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

6. The money received from depositors is invested _iii _RSfiiL ESTATE} _*ORTOA_^B S7GlSb1lND RENTS, andBa<sh?other first-olassi securities-as _itlie_^Ohaxter directs. . ' *¦ n 6. Office hours—Every day from 9 _*ai five o'clock, and on Mondays-and Thursdays, _till s8iO?dock in the evening. MBLODEONS —THE UNDERSIGNED REspectfuUy informs the public* that,he is manuring these delightful Instruments/oft every size, style, and price. , Having Wd a practical' experience of over ten years in the construction of them, he feels confident of- his ability to produce an article equ_^al to any in the market. All Instruments made by Mm are fully warranted, and any defect in material or workmanship will be made good at any. time. .„ ?3~ Tuning and Repairing carefully attended to. _fiA ifl t r -_« _^ A. m_±GJm!_mn ieD.iu-1 yr. 108 hohth sixth street, Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

GENTLEMAN'S FURNISHING EMP0BIW % W. W. KNIGHT'S, 606 ABOH STREET. Fine Shirts, Collara _' _and Wrappers, at WHOLESALE, EMAIL, OR MADE TO ORDER. UNDER CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. New Styles of Ties,, Scarfs, &c_, Always on Hand'. The Largest Assortment of Gent's Superb Dressing Gowns IN THE CITY: 7l6-feb.2.1y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

SAVING FUND. NATIONAL . SAFETY TJH7ST COMPANY, CHARTERED _#Y THE STATE O,FXtBftlt&YZrANIA _Et._TKE_£BMS_.-<V , ¦ ' '' 1. Money is received every day, and fa a_^j amount, large oymnall: '' _x 2_^ FIV E PER CENT.: jb paicLfoir money feonvthe day it-is put in. . , • t -., _„ , 8. The money isalwayspaid backlnGOLD, whenever it is called f_^r , and'withbutinotice. ¦ * . 4. Money, is received from _JExecuiprs , _Adiminutrniors , _ 7«KwdtOTlj», and _oQ»©m _wjto _deaire ,to h&ve it in _' a p lage

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

Progress of Foreign Missions. The progress of foreign missions since 1810 has been very great, 'the.ariinml receipts of all mission societies then existing in England and America did not exceed MOOjOOO. There are now more than fdrty'dlfferentmjaaionary societies • with an aggregate anaual income of nearly three millions of dollars., _,_^_v ua_^t '

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

_p. INE_, G _ROCERIES Ti? . m - Jamss r. wbbb'S TEA _WAREHQ U»Ef 223 SOO TH EIGHTH , ST., BELOW WALNUT. Has cpnstantly on hind a large assortment of _^ UHotcEBT Teas , - Java and _BJocha Coffee, and ev er? _aescnptioaofc._FiH_* _GkocEMesj for family use. _-_*_r P_*_deis bjjaail prpinptlyattended to, and c are _" ^^^^/ _^ _ajded. ' , . jy._tfy .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 8 March 1860

_iiogE^^ ;^p||_aj|^y BOOKS THATJ_£>MH~A; BOOK _THATTiLnjES. The tables of _literary _triortality show the following appalling faels in regard to the chances of an author to secure literary fame: out of 1,000 published books, 600 never pay the cost of printing, &c; 200 just pay expenses; 100 return a slight profit; and only 100 show a substantial gain. Of these 1,000 books, 650 are forgotten by the end of the year, and 150 more at the end of three years: only 50 survive seven years' publicity. Of the 50,000 publications put forth in the seventeenth century, hardly more than 50 have a great reputation, and are reprinted. Of the 50,000 works published in the eighteenth century, posterity has hardly preserved Oniore than were rescued from oblivion in the seventeenth century. Men have been writing books these 8,000 years, and there are hardiy more than §00 writers throughout the globe who have survived the ravages of time and the'forgetfulness of man. * . ' The vanit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 8 March 1860

INDIA. SIGNS OP _PEOaEESjS. Messrs. Editors :—B _32 _tfyose whp are waiting and praying for the _evangeijikation of India, I am often asked if there are any'|ndications of progress —particularly if there ari ;any changes in the policy of British rule _whicft show a more friendly disposition towards Christianity and native converts. ' .\ . All smch changes are wy slight, and hesitatingly made, and yet to fMev observant"eye of the missionary, some are tfansptring, '~which present themselves to the hopeful npnd as bright foreshadowings of better things to\ come. - • • The British Government is doubtless feeling its rule more firmly established, in Jndia than ever before, and is showingless_^_efeyenqe, to the wicked superstitions and rites _pttne peogle. _^ Though bands of rebels ||ili»subsist in the limits of Hepaul and some _^he_^order territories,.yet their _strength and couragej| |roken, an_$, throughout British, territory, the stiiggling parties of freebooters are being ferreted ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 8 March 1860

For the American, Presbyterian TH0_^A$ CAMPBELL. In every age the brightest intellects have frequently bpen the companions of misfortune. The minds we now _homof; and whose words dwell on every lipj werej perchance, shrouded in sorrow in the day 'of- their existence. Henee we are ae-W ul_^ffiedfto : a^^ It is a fact, that of all the poets the world has ever" produced, very few have Jed happy__, lives_. Either domestic relations, and'that grim skeleton, poverty, or the world's coldness, and the malady of a broken heart, have one or all combined to cast _shadows over their earthly pilgrimage. ; But the star of fortune shone brightly, on the poet Campbell, and stood over-him on-the day of his first introduction to the public. Instead of a .cold reception,; or a stinging criticism from the men that graced the literary,clubs of Scott and Jeffrey, he received- the universal praise of ,the nation. His first efforts gave him the sacred name of poeti The poor tutor with but few friends...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 8 March 1860

For the American Presbyterian. LETTER FROM CHINA. * CONtfUOIUS. In the petty kingdom of Im in the [modern province of Shantung, China, there appeared about 2403 years ago, a personage whom the Chinese delight to honor more than any other man. Confucius was born, according -to the commonly received chronology, 549 or 550 years before Christ, or about the time that Cyrus the Great became King of Persia. He was contemporary with Ezra and Pythagoras. During his life the Jews returned from the Babylonian captivity to the land of Palestine, Greece was invaded by the "hosts of Xerxes , and Egypt was conquered by the forces of Persia j all memorable events in history, and marking the era of the Chinese sage. The father of Confucius was a district magistrate. Dying when his sod was three years old , lie committed the superintendence of his education to his mother. She seemed to have taken great care to instill into his youthful mind a love pi study and a profound regard for morality _^ j...

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