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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

Current Review and _Criticism, " Sinai and. Palestine-—in connexion with their History. " By Arthur PenrhynStanley, M. D., Canon of Canterbury ; with Maps and Plans. Redfield, New York. J. 8. Bavison, Market St., Pittsburgh. A valuable 'book, like this, can safely be recommended to all1 intelligent readers.' Its rare peculiarity is indicated in the title. It so connects the Geography with the History ,as to give you whatever of sacred interest belongs to the places in question. The Author visited Egypt and the Holy Land, with all the enthusiasm of a Christian scholar. And in his notices of the Scrip tural localities, he has philosophically treated their sacred history at the same time. He has brought to view, the* remarkable position of Palestine, as a central district, amidst the Ancient kingdoms, North, South and East, and with a reference, also, to the great kingdom of the West. Witnesses, from the world of nature, to some of the miraculous events recorded in Scripture, are a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

(_JforWp _littidHipd The steamship Asia reached New York <_tn the 23d, ynth Liverpool dates to the 7th; She had a tedious passage, and the slowness of our dispatches of mails has kept us out of our letters and papers till we have time left for but very Httle_,_news. " .;• • ¦ ¦ -.:. :;;¦ ¦ • _=_/ ; ' • ¦¦: /¦ ./. •¦ ' ¦:• ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦:;¦ ;¦¦.. " . ¦ ¦ ¦ • ' >..-: The Asia brought $400,000 in specie. This is an unusual' event. '' It has been customary, since the opening of the mines in California, for us to send specie away, and riot to receive it, in any large quantities. . V -- : : *' ,. ' Gre«tBritain* ' . . " . " . ' The English Parliament re-assembled on the 3d inst. ii'he Queen's speech alluded to negociations between.the United States and Honduras in relation to Central American affairs, and, expressed hopes that those difficulties will soon bo settled. A _'i_*eply to the ( _jueen's speech was agreed to, and presented in the usual form. •'. _<. The wars...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

#_ranarg Dikd—Near Bti*ler. ***., on tbe 13th of January, Mrs. Nanc_* JfliTOHEM., in the 76th year of her age. .. ¦ ¦ • . • . _- .. Mrs. Mitchell had long been a member of the Presbyterian eharch of Butler, Pa. She lived a consistent and Christian life, endeared to all who were acquaints! with her; and she died in ttia hope of a glorious immortality. DreDr-On the 13th inst., _Feanoes Ltnh, dauehter of Mr. Samuel Lynn, of Dunlap's Creek church, in 'he 13th year of her age, of typhoid feyer. ¦. , . • ¦ ...-- . This was a sweet, lovely child, of the CoVBuantand of the Catechism./ Lively and _chewful,' yet withal serious and sober-minded, she bore her affliction with'the most _edtfyitiR patience for one of her years. She has left weeping parents and friends; hpi - • - >. ¦ .. ¦>¦ •¦•. ¦'¦'¦¦ ¦ ¦ -. ¦• .- •¦ •. " Hope fondly points to her Redeemer's cross, >. , 7 _, And resignation wipes the silent tear." S.W. " . Dnm—On th« 6th of Februaryat the residence of h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

BL. AIRSVltLK; _FEHALB. SEMINARYOn the Blairsville Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroads ' ¦¦: ' . ¦ • .'_z:.:. ¦ .:, ¦ ¦'¦ ¦ ;. - • ¦•¦: ' '. ' _* ¦ ' < ¦¦¦ .' ¦ -.- ¦ ¦ ¦" - ¦ •-.. ' REV. S. H. SHEPLEY, A. M., Proprietor and Principal. MRS.P.P. 8HBPLEY_,Principal. ' The fame Teachers who have so successfully, filled their respective posts of instruction, tbe._past year, and FOiiie of whom for several 3 ears, ia this Institution,' viz., Miss Pond, from _ffangbr, Me; Miss Mclaughlin, of this State; Misses Baker and A. S. _Noyesv from _Brooklyn, N. Y4 and Miss E. A. _Noyer, from Brunswick, Me., will continue next year. Ample faci'ities are here'afforded for the study of Instrumental Music, includim; the Piano, Guitar, _Melodeon, and ThorousrhBass; thevariousbranchoR of Drawing and Painting; the Latin and French Languages; together with all the branches of a systematic and approved Coar_?e of Female Education.. , : . , V'.-, ¦ . ' ,. ' -. -.-%.. •- _,i .'• ". ¦ . ¦¦¦ -- ¦ . _'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

¦/ ¦' . ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ' . ¦ . Kans_^s./\:.. ' ;_- -: : ' ; ' ' , ' .. ; _Ekpbai ov an Odious Law.—A correspondent of the Missouri Democrat, speaks of the repeal of the12th section of the Kansas_;Code. It reads as follows; : . _; " If any person print, write, introduce into, publish or circulate, or shall, knowingly aid 'or assist in bringing into, printing, publishing or circulating, within this Territoryany book,-paper, pamphlet, magazine, handbill or circular, containing . any statement, argument, _opinion, sentiment, doctrine, advice or inuendo, calculated to produce a; dangerous, disorderly or rebellious disaffection among the slaves in this Territory, or to induce such slaves to escape, from the services of their masters, or to resist their authority, he shall be guilty of felony, arid be punished by ir iiprisonment :and hard _labors for a term not less than, five years." , '-¦ .._;.. ; ..- ,, ' ,_v:._W. _,; ¦«; _¦ : il Congress also, in the House, has passed, by 99 against 79, a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

Markets. • ¦•¦ . . -•• . ' ¦ , ¦ ¦ • ¦ .• Pittrtrurglt. _^ .' .: '"¦ ' •'•¦' ; "¦ . Asjns—Pearls. 7a7_}_#v Bvts, 6c, Sdda' Ash, S}_£®_85_£. Appmb—Penocks, $8.76©* 25@4.50@ perbbl. ' ' " ._Bitoa_^-Siiudiwliite, $276 per _biisli. " .::'..'-. ' - " ' .'-¦' "v_^ V"¦ ¦ Butteb and Eggs—RoII Butter, 18®20c. Eggs, 18@20a 22c-' ¦ •• ¦ ' _i ' v- *> . . ; " _¦ "•¦ ¦ _- '' :¦ ¦ • . . .. : Dried Fbtot—Peaches1 $3.50. Apples, $2.50@2.75. Feathebs—Western ' ,56@68e. • ' / • Jloto—Wheat, $5.0O@5 50@5.62. Corn Meal, _58@66c. Buckwheat, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Seed—Country |l_,15@1.25 per 100 fi)s. Grain—Oats,33c. Corn.55(_@58@60c. Barley, $1.15@1.25 Bye, 60@63. Wheat, $1.10@1.20. Larb—12J_^@13c. .-..-. . Hay—$9 00@12.00 per ton. ¦ '<_- ¦ ! Potatoes—Reds, $1.00@1.12. _Noshnnnocks, $1.3-5al.4O Mixed$1.25perbu. ' ¦ > ' ' Sbebb—Clover, $7.00. Timothy, $2.50a2.75. Beeves—3J_^a5iB., gross. •' '' 8_Hffii_^-S_%a4}^«. '' : ' \ ' HoGs-_^Mo-jgroBS. ' " ' Pblladelpnia* _. . Feathers—54@56c: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

TMPORTAST BIBLICALWOBKS '. .-.. ANALYTICAL CONCORDANCE of the _HpZT SCRIPTURES'; '¦' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ OR, THE BIBLE _PRESENTED _vUNDKR DISTINCT AND CLASSIFIED HEADS OR TOPICS. ; By John.Eadie,D>D., LL.D., Author of "Biblical _Oydopwdia.," "CondenRsdConcordance," : ' f--' ' ¦ _' .. ¦ ' ¦ ' : . ¦ &O., &C. ¦ •¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ -.•-¦ One volume octavo., 836 pp. v Cloth. $$. : The Publishers would call the _special attention of Clergy men. and others, to some of the 'peculiar " features' of this great work.,. ' ¦ ¦ ¦ '¦:¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' . ¦ > ' ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦>. ' .:_* , -..y_^ ' ..l 1. It is a concordance of subjects, not df words.- In this respect, it differs entirely from the common concorrtHuce; neither is, therefore, a substitute for the other, and both are indispensable as a part of . Biblical apparatus. ' 2. It embraces ail the topics, secular as well as religious, naturally suggested by the entire contents of tbe Bible. In this respect it differs from Scripture Manuals...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

;. ¦"' .:: ' :, ¦^^Avf ' ' '¦ ''¦ On the 1st inst., by Kev. Edwin _Brongon, at Mehoopaoy, Wyoming County, Pa., Bdwin BbonsonJr._\of Cherry, Snllivan County, Pa, to Bliss Lauba Fobman, of the former place.'" ' '¦' . ¦' ¦' " .. ' ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ _¦ ¦• _Beb. 10th, by Rev, , n. V; McCaig_^ Mr. _Robeet _Jeffbey to Miss Mabtua Elliott, all of Allegheny County, Pa. On Deo.26th, by _^ey. John V. Miller, Mr. Andksw J.Mo_* Mullen to Miss Julian Chbisty, all of Venango County, Pa. By tbe same, Jan. 15thM,r. Emakim P _Nbtfton, of Lawrtnce County, to Miss Mabt J.: Cross/ of _ClintonTille, Venango _Coonty, Pa. , •' ., • '¦ . ¦ : ¦ By the same, Jan. 28_(h, Mr. Wm. II. Glehn to Miss Cathaeims! MoMahoh_, all of Butler County, Pa.. By the same. Jan. 29th. Mr. Charles Calveet to Miss Euza Kilpatbick, all of Venango County, Pa. On the 17th inst., at the Dunlap's Creek parsonage, by Rev. Samuel Wilson,- Mr. John Febrbn, of Iowa, to Miss Mart Ann Shaw, "of Foyette County_^ Pa. .-• ¦¦¦ On _lebvlfith, by Dav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

G _OXT; _Tf3>:-,. *b -Jm IK _COt N_, :;¦', _v_^:v.- _-'• MO. 59 WASHINGTON STUB ST. BiOSTON, HAVE JUST PUBLISHED A work to which they invite the particular attention of Clergymen, Biblical Scholars, and all others who are interested in the discussion of a subject as momentous as it is novel in Theology. It is entitled. ... ¦; tabveh _cbrist; or; the memorial name. ,, • ' ., .By Alexander Mac Wliorter. With an Introductory Letter by ' '_'"'" ': . ' * NATHANIEL W.TAYLOR,D.D.. :.-.. ¦ Dwigtt Professor of Didactic Theology in Yale Theological .- . '•':;¦;. ¦ .;.' ¦ -. :"\ <¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦ i Seminary. ; . ' '¦ ¦ ' ' ! ¦ ¦ ¦ ' _^-•>_- . 16mo. Cloth. 62_cents. .-... ... .- -:.. • .: ¦ ¦ :••¦ : ¦ . CONTENTS:' _' < -. ' _' • ¦ • • _>_-1 _-: _/-:¦; ChaD. 1. The ' Memorial Name.: 2. Begun in the Promise. S. Transferred to God. 4. Invoked by the Patriarchs. 5. Affirmed to Moses. 6, Proclaimed by the Prophets. 7. Complete in Christ8 New Christoloey. , ; The obj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

_<r . i ' - ¦ - Ef WASHINGTON COtLBGB, PA.—The examination of the students of Washington Col ege, for the present Session, will commence on WEDNESDAY, the 11th of March, and close on TUESDAY, the 17th. ' The* Committee appointed to attend the examinations of said Institut'on, for the current year, are—Bev. William J. Bragh, Eev. William H. Lester, Rev. William M. _Qrimes and Kev. Algernon S. M'Mastor. ¦ . ** :; 4®-THE BOABD OS _DIRECTORS of the Western Theological _Seminary, will meet, according to adjournment, on the TH1ED TUESDAY OF MABCH, at 2 o'clock P. M., * in the Lecture Boom of the First church, Pittsburgh. ' - ggj 1 _^ f W.B.McII_^rAINB, Secretary. *5~ A _Friena of Missions is furnishing us with Burglarproof Locks, to sell and apply, the entire avails to the cause of Missions. Their ' safety .has endured the severest test; and we are ' allowed to sell them simply at the doz. price—$4.50 to $6.75. Will not the friends of Missions give us a call?. •-. ..: •¦ ¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

Duff's Mbkcantilb College, Pittsburgh. — For upwards of thirty years, the Principal of this (the oldest of the kind in the United States) institution has been known in the East as an extensive merchant, and in the West, as the founder of a new and elevated commercial education. Duff's new system of book-keeping, published by Harpers, has been sanctioned by the American Institute and Chamber of Commerce, of New York, as the most comprehensive and reliable treatise upon the Bubject now published. The last Pennsylvania Fair, also awarded it the first premium Silver Medal. The tenth enlarged edition_^ just issued by the publishers of this work, proves how closely the author follows the times in improvements,while 'Jus robust and well trained mind forbids all vaporing about new and capricious _systeiriB, and rejects all that is visionary and impracticable. Fifteen regular professors and lecturers are now regularly employed in the establishment, among them the best penman in the United ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

Railroad Operations. : The early opening of Spring—even-before the first Spring month has airived—has given activity to railroad operations. Travel is increasing ; and freight is soon to be greatly multiplied in amount. The river business makes great demands on the Pennsylvania Railroad j both ways. We are pleased to see, also, that arrangements are being made by Messrs. Leech & Co., for Fast Freight Lines, not only to hastenf goods here from Philadelphia; but to forwardthemto Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville_^ Cincinnati, and all intermediate places. Two _hundred first rate care are being built fo_'r this purr_»A«!i»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

River Trade The resumption of navigation is developing the trade enterprise of our city, and giving new evidence of the importance of our rivers. The arrivals and departures of goods and produce are immense. Bailroads we highly appreciate, but they cannot do all the business. The rivers were made for use. They serve a great purpose ; and are capable of being improved so as to accommodate a vastly increased amount of trade. The demonstration now being made of their importance, cannot but. liave a stimulating effect on the spirit of improvement.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

CMi_^ j (MY i * 41 XiPt3_ttTfir m flttftit Bbainebd'_s Remarks on the work of Grace under Ma Ministry' among the Indians. Assurance of Faith, a Scottish Anecdote, by Ccesar Mallan, D.D., of Geneva. These are excellent Tracts, published by the Board, of Publication of the Reformed Dutch Church. We Mil" our Dutch, brethren as co-laborerB in the * production of good books, and hope that the Boards of the two Churches will possess and circulate each other's works. BOOKS sent to ma Cor a _Notlcv_, will »• duly attended to. Those from publisher ¦ 1m Philadelphia, New York, «€,, may be left at our Philadelphia Ofllce ,_^T. South 10th St,ft below Chestnut* I3_t dkre orJohepb. M_» _%Uion« »¦«• THH "VALUE AND SACRBDNBS3 OF HUMAN liWB ; a Discourse, by J£m>. Jf. C. Burt, of Baltimore. .This Discourse is founded on the command, " Thou ih&lb not kill." It was preached in the Franklin'Street Church, Baltimore, and is well worthy of publication. Mr. Burt shows, by many con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

Wist WMt c ¦ Ci "¦ ' i \_£is ">" ¦ " ¦¦ For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. . Bible Narratives, JTo. 22. SARAH IN THE HAREM.—GEN. XU : 11—20. If the numerical equality of the sexes has, in every age, been as at present, as we have good reason to believe, 4hen God, in nature and in providence, writes the law that no man should be the husband of more than one wife. This law is confirmed by the sovereign acts of Jehovah, in forming but one wife to show his love at creation, and in allowing but. one far each husband to manifest his mercy at the deluge. Butvas woman was the first in transgression, so _^ she must bear the first and heaviest weight of the degradation, she has brought upon humanity. " Thus, we look not _4n vain for the fulfillment of the curse pronounced upon Eve and her daughters: *• Thy desire stall be, (thou shalt submit,) to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee." Only by a special promise, in connexion with the appearance of the Messiah, does th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

§m |_t §j»_ng For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. . 'Mr¦ IP_' ear,_JiiTTiiE CpusiNS:—-I .hope I may not be thought: too late in wishing you ail a very happy New-Year. I presume you all enjoyed yourselves during the m * erry.holi days, which are just passed. I do not know whether : you all; spent your Christmas and New-Year's,_days at ;home, or whether you went to your kind Uncle's, or dea,r Grandr parents; but Ido sincerely hope you were all happy and good _children. I am going to tell you about Frank, Emma and " Vennie," .two little boys and a little girl, whom I spent my holidays with. Frank and Emma were brother and sister, arid Vennie was their cousin. The night before Christmas, Vennie went over to his Uncle's, who lived in the next square, to see Frank and Emma, and to talk over and wonder what " Kriss KidMs," would put into theirstockings. Their Grandma, who lived 'with Emma's - father, told them some funny stories; and'in this way they passed the time, until it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

BOOTS AND SHOES, BOOTS AND SHOES. —JAMES ROBB, No. 89 Market Streetbetween the Market House and Fifth Street, would call the attention of his friends and; customers, and all others who may favor him with their trade, that for the future he will be found at his New, Shoe Storeas above, with an entirely New Stock of Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers; Palm Leaf, Pedal, Tustin, and Braid Hats, &c; consisting in part of Gents'Fancy Opera Boots. Congress Gaiters, Oxford TiesAc, &c; Ladies', Misses' and ChHdrens' Fancy BootsGaiters, Ties, Slips, &c, very beautiful; Boys'and Youths' Dress Boots, Shoes, Ties and Pumps. • : ::¦ ¦¦ •• His stock is one of the largest ever opened in this city, and embraces everything worn by the ladies of Philadelphia and New York, andho trusts, cannot fail to please all. Great care has been taken jin selecting the choicest goods, all of which he warrants.- \ '.'"' . " He also continues to manufacture, aa heretofore, all descriptions of B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

COLBERT'S _JBNVELOPB MAHUFACTORY, §5 }£ South FOURTH Street, below Chestnut PHI _l.ATITBT_.pTTTA -, Envelopes, Die Sinking and. ' Engraving, Dies Altered, En velopes Stamped with Business Cards, Homoeopathic _Enyel opes, self sealed and printed directions, Paper Bags for agriculturists, grocers, 4e., for putting'up -garden seeds and groceries * . '"'' .' PRINTING of all kinds, viz: Cards, Bill-Heads, Cix< culars. ._'...-. * " ENGRAVIHG of YMting and Wedding CJardswith envelopes to fit exactly, of the .finest! _T_8_ngl|_t)1ij French and American paper. . Envelopes made to order of any _«i*e, quality and decription. Conveyancer's Envelopes for deeds, mortgages, old papers, *c, made in the best manner by WM. COLBERT. N. B. Orders sent by Express, or. as per agreement ap_!4-ly .. " ¦ : ' -. _-* : ¦ . ¦ -•'*•" ' ' FOB S ABB ATM SCHOOLS, BIBLE CLASSES, AND _FAMILY INSTRUCTION—Prof., Jacobus's Notes on John, new edition. '• : ¦¦¦ " ' " ' ¦ - Mark and J-uke, new edition. _« a Mat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

AD¥E{RTISEMEKTS. Vfc IT FP ? S ME RCA STIL K COl-tlCGK MJ ;O_» _PITTSBtlE&H, WHEELING, (VIEG1KIA) A_*D BU.atlNCtTONilOWA. _» founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature ot Pennsylvania, "_»_fith perpetual charter. ¦ BOAKD OFTKPSTEES, His - Excellency, the Hon. James Buchanan, President elect ,qf,.the United States. Hoia Judge _Wilkins_, Hon. C5_harlos Naylor Hon. Judge Hampton, General J. K. Moorhead, Hon. Judge _Jjowrio. ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦¦¦ _" ¦ FACULTY AT PITTSBURGH. ; p. BUFF, President, author qf " Duff's Book-keeping," "The Western Steamboat Accountant," , &c; Professor.of the Principles and Practice of Double-Entry Book-keeping. A. T. HOWDKN, Professor of Mathematics and adjunct Professor, of Book-keeping. V, w. h. Duray ' T thos. Mccarty, THOS. McCABE, - Associate _Profes'_rs of Book-keeping. T. _B. JONES, J. C. STOCKTON J . J. D. vViLIiIAMS, Professor of Commercial and Ornamental Penmanship, thebest Busines8,andOrnamental PenmaD in thelUnited States. _&...

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