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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

"TT7"ANTED, Agents to sell fine Steel Plate Engravings, f T including Engravings of the LORD'S PRAYER, CRUCIFIXION, LAST SUPPER, &c., &c. An active person, with only small capital, can make $50 to $60 per month. For particulars address D.RMULFORD, •.:. -/ -. ¦ 167 Broadway, New York. •\ MALGAW BELL, or a cheap Church, Academy, J\_ School, Fire Alarm, Nursery, Cemetery, or Factory Bell, costing 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. bells, including hangings, $175; 1,200 lb., $150; 825|br, $100; 650 lb.,$75; 4601b., $55; 300 ib, .$35; smaller sizes, 50 lbs. to 200 lbs., $6 to $25. _Delivered |o _Transportation Company on receipt of price, marked any address. '. ' ¦ _•,. -.-, 1 .. M. C. CHAD WICK & CO , . '.. " ._;. No. 17 Spruce Street, 73(Mm • New York. "OOWELTON INSTITUTE, Corner of Thirty-second JL and Race Streets, West Philadelphi...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

GABPETS ;,f: ELDRIDGrE'S CHEAP _STOftiS. 1 he subscriber being under very light expenses, has, as is weil'known, always sold goods very cheap; but this season, having availed himself of tbe recent great depression in price of material, &c, offers at lower prices tjian ever, before, a very large assortment of TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS, IMPERIAL THREE-PLY, INGRAIN and VENETIAN CARPETS, and OIL CLOTHS of all widths, in great variety. Also, Canton and Cocoa.MATTINGS of all kinds, with a large stock of low priced Ingrain Carpets at 25 to 50 els. per yard, Stair and Entry Carpets at 10 to 50 cts., also, Rag Carpets, Cotton and Hemp Caipets, Rugs, Mats, Stair Rods, &c, &c. HVH. ELORIDGE, . .No, * .43, Stra.wberry St. one door above Chestnut. 5_^ Strawberry is the first street west of Second St. _£ZTWtiR9_<_&_^x:>._$;;*_-•_&. -_?_h ;¦ . . Philadelphia. '

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

_an?fi_£f| Medicated _Flgs.-The Medical 31st _hTZfJV_^'Of this eit y> in its issue of M_«ch fied _fidSS i v * following endorsement of the Clari-Georee c if lgS ' thatar_« PW»P«red and sold by Mr. _rajs^!! ower ' corner of Sixth and Vine Streets. It _most_^_rfeabie_^ff' _f™^ of this city, presents a PulveSi «ltt _™ "_[adm ' niste ri_«grasimple cathartic. SJ3K *_u • _? lth aromati _^ , is so combined with taSe Th_^ -nl6_""1 "Oi& _&> as t0 be concealed from Situ 7WJ _R become _? Popular dose with those who Habitually resort to purgative medicines. " _ioori_^ _tboSti Tw fb flOm an aut«o»tative medical Sff h S th _, _^thls remedy _« recognised by the ref«Sfr feca '1y» an _^s not to be regarded as one of the quack nostrums of the day. Thousands of our citizens nave used the figssince they were introduced to the public, with the most excellent effect.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

_^DVEETISEMEOTS TWO WORK S, VALUABLE TO THE SICK OR WELL. Sent by mail, no pay expected until received, read and approved. Address Dr. S. S; FITCH, 714 Broadway, New York. 1st. Six Lectures on the causesprevention and core of Lung. Throatand Skin diseases; Rheumatism and Male and Female complaints. On the mode of preserving Health to a Hundred Years. 360 pages, 21 engravings. Price50 cents, in silver or P. O. Stamps. A Work on the. Cause and Cure of Diseases of the Heart, StomachLiver, Bowels, and Kidneys; on Apoplexy, Palsy, and Dyspepsia; Why we Grow Oldand What Causes Disease. 131 pages6 engravings. Price, 36 cents. Say which book you wish, giving name, State, county, town, and post-office. 730

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

_littflp ; CqWASr-TTHC_^WARD — Rose _, Wayne Co., N. Y:, blithe morning of tae 3d last., by. the Rev. William _Toungy Mr. RttBiERT C._^'Cowaw, of'Dahbury, Conn., to Miss Gelia J. Howard, of the same place. _1 CI.A_!RE>-i-&LINlii-May 7th, by the Rev, Thomas Brainerd, Mr. John F. Clark, to Miss Kate T. Kline.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

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Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

NEW WORKS iUSI PUBLISHED, BY SMITH, _ENGLISH & CO., BOOKSELLERS, PUBLISHERS & IMPORTERS No. 23 North Sixth Street, Ph iladelphia. I.-FAERARS' SCIENCE IN THEOLOGY. Sermons preached in St. Mary 's. Oxford, before the University. By Adam Farrar,.M. A.' , F. G.' S-, F. R. A- S 12mo. cloth. Price, S5 cents.1 ' ' , II.-SCHMUckEE'S POPULAE THEOLOGY.! Elements of Popular Theology, with Occasional References to the Doctt ines of the Reformation, as Avowed before the Diet of Augtburg in 1530. Designed Chiefly for Private Christians and Theological Students. By S. S. Schmucker, D. D. Ninth Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 12obo. cloth. Price, 1.00. ni.-LTTTHEE 0N _GALATIANS. A Commentatry on St. Paul's Epistles to the Galatians By Martin Luther; To which is prefixed Tischer 's Life of Luther, abridged; a Short Sketch of the Life of Zuingle; as also, a Discourse on the Glorious Reformation. By S. S. Schmucker, D. D. Small 8vo. cloth. Price, $1.25. • The above will be s...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

TO CONSUMPTIVES. QTJEEU'S COD LIVEB OIL JELLY _FATt iNTEP AUGUST 30lH , 1859, Is the only remedy for Consumption and all kinds of Cough?. It is twice more efficacious than the Liquid Oil-ALSO, Q UEBTTS-JELLIFIED CASTOB OIL (patented.) .To be had of all respectable druggists. PE N P O LB , PARKER & MOtvm, 730 15 Beekman Street, Wholesale Agents , .. BOOK A_._GEUTS WAITTED. For Circulars address GEORGE F. TUTTLE, No. 110 Nassau Street, New York. n_«nt.on

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

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Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

THE LITTLE BOUND BOY'S DREAM. ¦ BY MR8. M_. A. SENNISON. A little fair-haired child laid its pale cheel against a pillow of straw. It had toiled up three pairs of narrow dark stain to gain its miserable garret, for it was a little " bound child," that had neither father nor mother: so no soft bed awaited its tired limbs, but a miserable pallet with one thin coverlet. It had neither lamp nor candle to lighten the room, if such it might be called; still that was not so bad, for the beautiful round moon smiled in upon the poor bound boy, and almost kissed his forehead, as his sad eyes closed dreamily. . But after a while, as he lay there, what a wondrous change came over the place. A great light shone down, the huge black rafters turned to solid gold, and these seemed all studded with tiny, precious, sparkling stones. The broken floor, too, was encrusted with shining crystals, and the child raised himself upon his elbow, and gazed with a half fearing, half delighted look upon the...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

ATTER'S C3_ATHAKTIC PIM<S. Are you stele, feeMe_, _aa4 tomplaintagf Are you<™fc J°f -"SKZ with your system deranged, and your feelings nacon_^rtoWef _Xbase symptoms are often the prelude to _serions IIIimmw. Some fit of sickness is creeping npoa you, and should be averted by a timely asera the right remedy. Take Ayer'i Pillaan* cleanse oat tiie / «fc°r<lerea humors—purify the bloodand Jet the fluids more on unp bstrnctea in health again. They stimulate the _ftmettons of the body tato «- goroas activity, _ptirifrti* system fiom the obstructions Which malte disease. Aeoldsettles somewhere In the body, and obstructs its natural functions, these, if not relieved, react npon_ themselves and the surrounding organs, _producing general aggravattonysuner-Ing, and disease. While In this _buditlon, oppressed by the **• rangenwMttake Ayer's Pills, and see how directly they restore the natural action of the systemand with it the buoyant feeling of health again. What Is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

_fm» .nxstjfiif THE StrsaTTEHANNA EIVEB. If there be a more beaotifal spot on earth than that where the men of Paxton settled, we have never seen it. From its source in Otsego Lake, where the great American novelist has described it in language that will never ceasei to be read? along by its lovely windings, where the Chenmng intersects the North Branch, whose _beanty has been embalmed by one of oar most gracefalpoets; by the Yalley of Wyoming, which lives forever in the imagination of Campbell, bat which is fairer even than the semitropical fancy of which he was enamored; on by the bold scenery of the meeting of its waters at Northumberland, to its broad glory, celebrated in the New. _Pastoral, and its magnificent union with the Chesapeake, every mile of the Susquehanna is beautiful. Other rivers have their points <of loveliness or of grandeur _^ the Susquehanna has every form of beauty 6r sublimity that belongs to rivers. We have seen them all: Connecticut, Hudson_^ D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

about imtfrnamm- ' .--.., [From the German.] May, with its 31 days, is the fifth month of tli« year, and the one which supplies the greatest amount of _enjoyment to the children. The sun shines sweetly, and the flowers are out in abundances-while gloomy night, which has little attraction for children, gives way more aod more to the cheerful and joyous day. Who would not take delight in a beautiful May day? The comfortable warmth which on cold winter days you sought at the fireside, you now find far more agreeably in God's fair nature. And pleasant as it may have been in the house with its secret corners to hide in, and with the toys which Christinas time brought you, yet now you willingly leave them all for a run in the fields, and a play in the fresh air. Here a little flower, peeps up to you out of the grass and seems to say, "Pluck me, child, I will go along with you." There stands a tree loaded With smiling blossoms, and seeming to say, " Spare me, child, and in a few week...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

THE AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN ' I AHD GENESEB EVANGELIST, A WEEKLY FlMILY NEWSPAPER Published every _Thursday, at 1334 CJies'nut Street, . J Philadelphia, Pa. Devoted to the proftiotipn of sound Christian doctrine and pure religion_^especially as connected with the Constitutional Presbyterian Church in the United State? of America. I D. C. HOVGHTON, Editor, ASSOCIATED WITH ALBERT'BAHHXS, / I GEOSGE ' BtJFFIELDj ' JR. THOMAS BRAINERD, ' j JOHN JENKINS, HENRY DAKLIKOj \ THOMAS J. SHEPHERD. The American Pres _jyterian was commenced three years ago by a compan r of benevolent and pious men, who'loved the Church md desired to promote its interests. One year later, at the mutual consent of the friends of both papers ana by the publicly expressed concurrence and endorsement of the Genesee Synod, the _Genesee Evangelist, f#r fen years _published at Rochester, N. Y., was united with and merged in the American Presbyterian, published at Philadelphia. The u nion 6 f these papers has _contributed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

HEALTKFULNESS OF EBTJIT. Many persons suppose that fruit is unwholesome, especially for children, bedatuse their mortality is so great at the time when fresh fruit begins to abound in market. Undoubtedly the eating of green or partly decayed fruit is injurious to both youog and old persons; it was not made to be eaten; though green fruit is little harmful if well cooked. But it ia not correct to ascribe the sickness and death of so many children to fruit eating. On examining the bill of mortality of any large town, we shall find that the increase of deaths among children in summer is almost exclusively of those under five years of age _^ and principally of those under two years. Of cbttfse; they eat little or no fruit. The deaths at the same season among persons between five and. twenty-five, those most likely to indulge too freely in fruits, is less than in winter. The inorjfcality, therefore, of the summer season is mpre probably owing to the increase of heat than to fruit e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

_a _tfijre funds AMERICAN LIFE INSUBANCB AND TRUST COMPANY. Company's Braidings, South-east Comer of WALN LT and FOURTH Streets. i _^.-_^Vee ators, _Trnstees, and Guardians. ?_oUcS Of _Sfe !»»_"«« issued at the usual 'm_«tUal rates S_^ther_^good Companies-with profits to theas. o_^_Total Abstinence rates 40 per cent, less than Mutual prfCe * _SAYINO FUND. T«^«.Rt at 5 _uer cent, jdlowed for every day the Be. _^t _remaS s_^Sd piidback on demand in Gold an(1 _SUverTSd Checks &rnished «s in a Bank, for Useo _^hta_^mpany ha* FIRST MORTGAGES RE Al _ALEXANDBR WHtttW_^ President. SAMUEL WORK, Vice President Johw C. Sims, Secretary. ' " - John S_* Wxlsoh, Treastirer. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Alexander Whilldin, John Anspach, Jr. Samuel Work, Jonas Bo>rman, JohnC. Farr Willfam J. Howard, John Aikman John C. Sims, Samnel ,T. Bodine, George Nugent T. _EBmonde Harper, Albert C. Roberts, H.H. Eldridge. ... . _r/J: - .. - •'.- :v - - MEDICAL .EXAMINERS. ' f J.F. Bird_?M.D., ' J. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

_sneaksTof f>k Cheever's new book on _atavery, _x_»r. Ever _hw here met the pro-slavery _arguments d_^_fromWShle _wife _^_WJ_^r1 _^ men, scholar_^ ability, _atfd *^^JS°3£»_X commend thiaWrk to all who profess to _^ revere _te Scriptures;. at the same_^e _^a_^ _^ making the_^righte of man to depend upon anv parchmentwhatevel'' $# _P _*e "^^ _^i& _^ extreme _sclcwOjOipMonists speak of the Bible. Our worst inffia&eSmong them—some, even, who were once devotea>JiethodiBts. , "Not a few _^ of these men find an anolpgyvfoy their infidelity m toe position which southern _ultraists take in favor of slavery as a Biblical infltttution. This, of course, forms no real justificationIfor our rampant skeptics; it is a _Bimsy fallacy to ekcuse our. own sms by the _sms of others. But this lie human nature, and Southern, alike with Northejn r ultraists, bear the responsibility of these wretched_'bberrations. '¦¦ ¦ ¦ _^fe-_^-_^tr:.. • -. ¦ . _. Manufacture WRisittv—^H. N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

f ititilg (tlttU. OBIGINAL TEMPERANCE ODE, AS _itHTO BT THE CHILDREN IK THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH milford, sm.r 3d, 1859. God made the gushing fountain He wade the tuneful rill, And clouds that on the mountain, Their crystal drops distil. He made the mighty river Flow onward to the sea; He is the bounteous giver Of water pure and free. 'Tis water forms the rainbow, And proud Niagara's fall, And wave, and deep, and billow, That on each other call. It slides ad own the mill-stream, And tarns the dripping wheels; Its secret power to serve us, The art of nan reveals. God made the sparkling water, Bright, gushing, cool, and free, For every son and daughter, A healthful drink to be. He made it flow through Eden, For Eve and Adam, too_. In fountain, brook, and river, The only drink they knew. The drink of God is gladdening, ¦ To flesh, and heart, and brain, The drinks of men are maddening, ; And scorch with fiery pain. Let every son and daughter, The drunkard' s portion flee, And drink...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

Peace and _HaixnQny. —An Atlanta (Georgia,) paper "reports the-prbceedingis of a public meeting ot citizens of that place, called to express the gratitude of the townsmen t_4 certain New York merchants who presented a handsome organ to theJ3entral Rresbyterian church, an _$clwtich wasi praised as a deed of " munificent liberality," and in _consideraMonof which the _Atlanteana _proiniae to "_iecogmae their common brotherhood? witlj the mercantile firms aforesaid, whose names, as g ven-in the resolutions, are as follows:—Messrs. Glsfein, _MCellen & Co., J. R. Jaffray & Sons, Phelps, Blis* & Ob., Arnold, Constable & Co., AllenyMeLarier& _Bulktey, Eno_.'Bulen_^Valentine, Cameron, Edwardii & Co., B.M.&E. A. Whitlock& Co., Paton & Co, A. Bragg & _TTawren, _Koberts, Rhpades & Co., II >, H. Lee & Co;, H. Tole, _Coeke_, Dbwd, Baker, _Tifli sy_^l rwih & Co., arid George E. L. Hyatt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 10 May 1860

CHARTERED BY THE STATE GfePENNSYLVANIA , 2Et.Xr XaSIS. . ^( , 1. Money is received every day, andf in any amount, large or Bmall. ' ' ' 2. PIVB PERCENT, ia paid for moneyfirtm the _daj it is put in. ' . , 8. ThemoheyiaalwayffpaidbablcinGDLD/irheneYCi it is called forr ftDd without notice* , , ¦ - > 4. Money is received from Executors , Administrators, Guardians, fthd_^dfheraiAtf _defire _^Dlkve ' it in a place of. _perfect safetjyv and.%here-iitereBt can. be obtained for it. * , „ 6. The money received from depositors is invested in REAL ESTATE, M0RTGAGES,_^ROUND RENTS_, and such other first-class securities_^_as the Gbaxtar directs.1 - - - - ¦ - - - • ¦ • .ij v " ¦¦ " * & Office hours-_^_EsrerJr Say trim. 9 'tin fere _^ciock_, 8_ja. C-0ttJtfflndayB.AnAiThnrsdByii .tjll- _^ _y_^lo _^ fcin- _Mm evening. • -. OFFICE—South-west corner of S. ThrTdifc "Walnat Sts. /_COMMONWEALTH FIRE INSURANCE COMPA-%J_1' N5" *>f 4he- State of _Pennsylvania. Office, 613 Chestnut...

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