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

INTERESTING PUBLICATIONS,_^ The Presbyterian Board of Publication have lately &j. _ded to their Catalogue the following valuable and interesting books for the Sabbath School and the Family: 1. A Day with the Haymakers. Written for the Board cf Publication. ISmo., gp; VZ. PiieelScts. ± The l?irst Sabbath _Kxcuxsioa, and its _Consequences ISmo., pp. TZ. Price 15 cts. 3. William _Bartlett, or the Good Son; The Contested Seat; Lessons of the Stars; and Who is the Happiest Uiri. ' ISmo, pp. 1CS. Price 16 and 20 cts. 4. Learn to Say K ior the City _Appisntice. Written for the Board of _Jfublicatioa. 18mo., pp. 122. Price a) and 25 cents. .5. _Ifooiprints of Popery, or Places where Martyrs have Suffered. ISmo., pp. 177. Price 26 and 30 ots. * . o. .Rhymes for the Nursery. 18nio., pp. 91. Price 20 and 25 cents. 7. Sttlect Stories for Little Folks. Compiled byAddie. 18mo., pp. 216. Price SO and 35 cts. 8. Kenneth Forbes, or Fourteen Ways of Studying the Bible. 18mo., pp. 33d. Price...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

P* XT " i€fP\\'ftXlPfX\/ ttL The Bible. _, There are four grand arguments for the truth of the Bible. The first is the miracles on record; the secondthe prophecies; the third, the goodness of the doctrine; the fourth, the moral character of the penmen. The miracles flow from Divine power; the prophecies, from Divine understanding; the excellence of the doctrinefrom Divine goodness;. the moral character of the penmen , from Divine purity. Thus, Christianity is built upon these four immovable pillars, the power, the understanding, the goodness, the purity of God. The Bible must be one of these things; either an invention of good men, or good angels; of bad men, or bad angels; or a revelation from God. But it could not be the invention of good men, or angels, for they neither would nor could make a book telling lies at the time, saying " Thus saith the Lord," when they knew it all to be their own invention. Itcpuld not be the invention of wicked men or, devils, for they could n...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 February 1857

_WTEW _BUBLiICATIONS BY THEA_$E_«I> 1_^1 CAN TE AOT-S0CI1TY, 303 Chestnut Street_^Phila delphia. ' _i , _, The Pilgrim Boy; pp. 144, 18mo., with illustrations; 1$ cents, or 25 gilt. *A striking 'narrative of the incidents in the life of an energetic lad -who Was thrown upon his own resources, and through many errors and hairbreadth 'scapes, became at length a useful man, and an active .Christian. Postage 7 cents. ' _: " ¦ ; No Pains, No Gains. With engravings. Written by Mrs H. C. Knight, of Portsmouth, N. H, f'dm the life of Samuel Budget, of Bristol. England, a distinguished merchant of great benevolence and fidelity to Christ j pp. 120,18mo.; 15 cents, or 25 gilt. Postage 6 cents. ' ' Faithful Ellen. With frontispiece; pp. 106, 18mo.; 15 cents, or 25 gilt. An interesting .history of a colored child, who was long a cherished inmate of one of the best Christian families,. and became a happy and useful mother of a family. Will be special y acceptable to servants or domestic...

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

The Mother's Appeal. Jin the Knickerbocker, for _January, we find the following touching bit of human nature: ' . In a metropolitan criminal court, eight years ago, a poor woman, whose boy had been sentenced to a long term at the penitentiary, for some not well proved, offence, said : 4( Won't your honor give him a shorty erterm? He is a good boy to me, your honor—he always was. I've just made him some nice clothes, you honor, which fit him. beautiful," (and she looked, as she said this, as only a mother can look at her boy;) " arid if you give jhim a long time to stay in prison, the clothes won't fit Mm when he comes but—-for he's a growing boy." Poor mother! she had saved much (Tor her) from her scant earnings to clothe her boy _^like the neighbor's children." He melted! The boy wept—repented—was forgiven. And he is now one of the most promising, enterprising and honorable young merchants in our city. .Every word of this is true, and known to be so to very many persons.

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

A Bible op tee Kewiajtion.—The Pitteburgh Dispatch says: We have in our hands a small and much discolored pocket Bible,_r printed in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1767, which has seen such service ,as gives it more than ordinary interest.; It belonged to Major Isaac Craig, and has recently come into the possession of his eldest son, Neville B. Craig, Esq., who of course regards it as a treasure beyond _grice. The following inscription upon the inside coyer, tells its history, as follows: "This Bible was purchased by Major Isaac Craig, in 1769, aa appears by his own handwriting on the back of the title page. He carried it with him _^ during the whole Revolutionary war.t On the day of the battle of Princeton, as the American army was retreating after that action, a bridge over JMiUstone Greek fell , precipitating a _baggage wagon, in which Major Craig's; trunk happened to be, into the creek, and thus,the Bible,was abused.' *'

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

BATES OF DISCOUNT _OOaBBOTBD WEEK1T JOB THIS PAPBB. _BBNNSTtVAKIA. NEW JBBSSYADBIiAWAB_*. _Banka of Pittsburgh, pat _AU _solyeai _banta, % Banks of Philadelphia, par V3XGINXA. Bank of Chamberstrarg, _W All solvent banks, % Bank of _Gettysbtirg, M soBTH CAB.OMSA. Bank of Middletown_, M _^ mtfmt l»nk s, 2 StaLS ' P SOUTH _CAKOHHA. Farm. & _Itroy. WaynesVg, % All _solrent banks, 2 Franklin bk. Washington, par _GBOEOIA. ' Harrisburg bank, j_^ All so lvent banks, - 8 Honesdale bank, % TBHOTI8_SBB. Yo?ktenI 8rrOn * _^ AH s olvent _baaka, 4 Aliother solvent banks, par All solvent banks, ?4 OHIO. IMDIAKA. State bankanfl branches, % State bank and branchei, % All other solvent banks, % MISSOTTKI. NEW enoiand. Bank of State of _Missonri, % _AU solvent banks, % WXSOONSIM. ' NEW Y0»K. Mar. *P ire Ins. Co. checks, 6 New, York City, par MICHlaAH. . ..** Cotmtry, _34 AU solvent banks, 8 , MABYIAMD. ' CASADA. Baltimore, .. par AE solvent banks, 8 Cpnntry_. }4

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

_OXFORD FBMAliB SB 2_LIKAKY '-CHESTER COUNTYiPA. The Winter Sessionofflve months, will commence the first Wednesday in November. ' " "' * Expensesfor Boarding, FuelLight and Tuition in the English branches, $60 per Session. Ancient andModern Languages, each $5. Lessons on the Pianoand-use of InBtniment, $15. Painting and Drawing, each $5. Or the payment of $80, will include the whole. A dally stage connects with the cars at Newark, DeL, and ah_)O at _Parkesburg, Pa.' Address J. M_. DICKEY, or Oxford _. Sept. 20,1856 SAMUEL DICKEY, _Oxfrrd, ra. 1 - . . . eep29-tf _f ¦ B. Rl&NSHAW. _VAJBDOtV _GROCERf ~kw • 253 Liberty Street, has an excellent stock, compris ing the largest, fullest, and most complete assortment of CHOICE PAMILY GROCERIES, FINE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, * SPICES, PICKLES, 8AU0ES, DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN PRESERVED FRUITS, CINCINNATI HAMS. AND DRIED BEEF, ; FLOURFISH, Ac, To be found in this market. He would call the special attention of proprietors of boarding school...

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

HEHKV ILOTO. . ' . . „„ „„.-K_^_Hr a_^TOIf IRON WORKS-ITioYD Anelelt»«^_5 _Manufectnrers of Bar, Sheet, Hoop »od _Sl o^??^'"_^ Splkea ' 'eim 'Hat Bw-ftiched _BaU, _MartetTN °* _° 9 W8ter _Ste_«_e*. betVeen Wood and -21 • - ¦ **'¦¦ ¦ -- ... _ ¦'¦¦" _" '• ' ¦ OC2»^B1 y ._^-ap_,;i6 _y 1 a ; _» ' ., a ; -iTi m pTT _MAljraACTURMRS , _^_WHOLeStEb AND BETAIi _^_flaS _cfSS. *^^ **** _PW«delpW»_- FANCY nffSns_^r_^aa _*b«t assortment «f PLAIN and Stetes BUNDS of «V . ««to« establishment in the United _a^^ _g _^t roded to , Q m nB fa_^ll_, Cl_^_S_^n3 _^1 *^**5 COJ_.I_.B5GH!, BOT-EB B JftrincSS_^. t ' -S 1361 "c * re of _**"_> Synod of CincinnstiteachISP '«^'J ' _^ S«*t*..3>- •» aided by eight _assist*B£ _ntoutt_?" t_^1 _^. 1tom _^°to «90 per _sesrion of fi_« _BteanT^?- _fe_^_been supplied. Roo ms all heated «* _f_^S'fS4hghtea with gas. Sessions open early in Janf ary _rad September. For _rairculars or Information in detail-S_^l ' StKKra 'W 'MT *W 'S * _KOaSRSrOxford_, Ohio _g_^...

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

EIVE PER CENT. SAVING FUND , OF the_, National. Safety Company, incorporated by the e of Pennsylvania. Money is received in any sum, large or small, a»d interest paid from the day of deposit. ; The _omce is open every day, from 9 o'clock in Hie morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock.. Interest Five Per Cent. { All sums, large or smallare paid back in gold, on demand, without notice, to any amount. ' • ' " ! ' This SAvma Fund now has more than omxmuov of . dollarsall in _Moetoagks , _Gkodjto Rbnis, and other first class investments, for the security of depositors. : '. ' _. _43F-0fflce, WALNUT Street, South-West corner of Third Street, Philadelphia. ' Janl-ly OOKAND JOB PRINTING. THE suhsoriber,,being, provided with Steam Printing Presses, and a great variety of Printing Types and other fixtures, is prepared to execute every description ; of _Beoka Pamphlets, Cards, Bills, Labels, Ac. Blank Deeds , Blank Books Paper and Stationary,...

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

fox the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Some Things about our Town. There are many towns, and many folks _live in them, and most are disposed to boast no little. There is, however, in large numbers of towns, a great similarity in privileges, responsibilities and wants; and if I shall speak judiciously of one , my remarks may tend to stimulate a multitude. I shall try; noting, at the same time, some of our peculiarities. Our Town is not large, but, like Jerusalem of old, it _ig " compactly built together." Our local advantages' are only equaled by the energy and general intelligence of our citizen ' s. Of these, however, an exuberant modesty, rather than any w_^nt of ability, on the part of our writers and speakers, has hitherto kept us from boasting j and herein, I think we differ, from most other localities in the West. Although not entirely blind to the high destiny to which " we must inevitably rise, so soon as our railroads are all completed/' yet, we have never aspired ...

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

For the Presbyterian Banner-and Advocate. Ac_^o'wtedpiieiit. _; Mn. Editor :—Permit me, through the Banner and Advocate, to tender my grateful acknowledgments to the members of my church, and other ladies-and gentlemen of Superior, for the multiplied tokens of favor; bestowed by them during the period' of iny labors amongst them. And especially, for .the renewed substantial evidence of their kind feelings, on Thursday evening, Jan. 15th, in the form of a . pecuniary donation, and other " material aid," to" the amount of more than $160. Cheerfully and freely have! they given. May they receive abundantly from on high. And as they thus encourage the hearts, and hold up the hands of others, so may Grace, Mercy, and Peace be multiplied unto tbem. J. M. Baknbtt, Missionary _PaBtor of the«j First Presbyterian Church, (0. S.) Superior, Wisconsin.

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

Siretrg - • For the _Presbyterian Banner and Advocate On Hearing of a Beloved Sister's Death , Oh, happy thought! that friends who love, Will, one day, meet in realms above, And sing an everlasting song, With saints and angels' happy throng. A _fotlier_, brother, sister, twin, • - Clothed in robes all free from sin; With palms of victory, see them stand, I11 holy joy, at God's right hand. Then, can I wish them, back again? Ah, no ! the thought but gives me pain; Yet I would live, that, so I may Go there and spend an endless day. if— town, 1856. M. J. M.

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

¦_mrtrjTBL INVITE THE ATTSSTIOlk OF _WV the public totae PHILADELPHIA HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS STORE where may be found a large assortment of all kinds el Cry Goods, required in furnishing a house, thus saving the trouble usually experienced in hunting such _article i.i various places. In consequence of our giving our attmtion to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of drew •ad fancy goodswe can guarantee our prices wad _stylei t_> be the most favorable in the market. IN LINEN GOODS we are- able to give _perfect satisfaction, being the ou>ssi E8TABUSHED _Ldtkk Stobje ix Mb out, and having been for more than twenty, years regular importers from some of! the best manufacturers in Ireland. We offer large stook of PLANNBL8 AND MUSLINS , of tiie best qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowest prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Tickingp, Damask,Table'Cloths, and Napkins, Towellings, Diapers, _Huckabacs, Table and Piano Covers, Damasks and MoreansLace and- Musli...

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

•y x-uscarora Valley, Juniata County, P_» _^ one-foBr _* •;, a_" mile.from the Perrysville Station of Pennsylvan» _*_"* The Summer Session will commence on Monday, the jl of April. Whole expense per session of twenty-two*e 'L,, for Board, Room, Tuition, Washing and Incidentals, J&o._t1 able one-half in advance, wlsnK J»-See Circulars. DAYID WCLSOX, marl5-ly Principal and Proprietor, Por t Rggji-_^- ' - BI XO NCOLLS6I AT S _JMS_^_J*^^ DLXON. ILLINOIS. —This Institution, _«nd fc Sof the Presbytery of Rock River, is now open for . »?, _^ _a tton of students. Having a location pleasant, ^^_Ziech easy of accesswith an able and efficient corps, _« ~» 61jc. it is hoped that it will- receive the patronage of tnep of For terms of tuition , board, Ac, apply to any me™ oltf-Rock Rirer Priwhytery, or to the President of _&* _"_%_*. tion, . . BBV. W. W. HA_*=» _tf% AJ_» I»—JAME S LOCKK_, M. »•»„" \j _TIST _.TMtdgfaeet above _Kiw.Williamsport_, _^ jy6-tf; ' ¦ ' • • ¦ -. ¦¦ ~~~X&...

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

_^ILTER PLATED WARE, J5_J. _, • Manufactured by JOHN 0. MEAD & SONS, The oldest and most experienced eiectko _platebs in _thi United States. _^ . . : - ' . tea sets and urns, pitchers; _: : GOBLETS, TUREENS, Ac, &c, ' OF: '' ; " . ¦ . .: The moat elahorate.and richest pattern* ' ' in America. , . ............ • ' _' ' _= ' " ' AI18O, *' ' ' " ' " SPOONS, FORES, LADLES, FRUIT, TEA AND TABLE KNIVBS _.ETC. No. 15 South Ninth Street, above Chestnut, Near the Girard House, _ae27-ly » Philadelphia.

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

For the _Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Church at Alliance, Ohio. Mb. Editor :—The Missionary Committee of the New Lisbon Presb ytery_^ engage'd a man to labor, in Alliance and vicinity,! jyho commenced operations on the-first Sabbath . in November, preaching every Sabbath morning in this place, aid spendingthe afternoons between two other points. In November the communicants numbered nine, and four of them, on account of feeble health_^ cannot attend. Ever since operations have been- commenced, there has been marked attention on the part of some. The missionary stationed there, spent the whole of the .Sabbath (Feb. 8,) in Alliance, and with the assistance of brethren, continued the meetings through the week, closing on yesterday with the observance of the Supper. On Saturday the Session received, on certificate, seven, and on examination seven; in all, fourteen—-increasing the membership from nine to twenty-three; from three male members to eight—seven young married men, s...

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

wry. Office, _Ho._^a_^_Wnwifi _^ «nd .Solicitor in Chan Sttithfleld ,PittsburS p _°_"_^ 8tre _et . above the corner of ' ~~~ " "M _*_64«» tfc ¦ . -rv _^_y_. ' _r -,: •,;¦ .: . ¦ jy _l j-ly_* ':: ' «il smEW H_^^_PP^* sow, 95 _mAxmmT _Silrer WaSi' _"_^_bwsfh ? _f_#_*i H» Wateheii, Jewelry, ana ' ¦ ''-i' --7-r :-h' f'"" ' ¦ myio-tf _IROST CITY COiHMKRCIAI_^ _COI_.I_.JEG* A'£ PITrSBUKaU, PENNSYLVANIA. * Chabtsreb APEtt, 1SS_». HAVING A FACULTY OF TEN TEaCHER_* TWO BUKDRED -A2_TD _SETMN _STUSEJSTH IN DAILY ATTENDANCE , and the School Rapidly Increasing; LARGEST ANJ> MOST THOROUGH COMMERCUi COLLEGE OF THB _WEKl ""^_"_^l THREE SILVER MEDALS Awarded to this College, by the Ohio, Slfchignn. _«ci Penft _sylvauia btate i'ahs, in 1855 and 18S6, for the best JjKsine& and Ornamental Writing. "~ _IMPROVED SYSTEM OF BOOK-KEEPING Taught by a practical _busiubss man, who _publightd a popular work on Book-keeping as early as 181s. in no _ottiea Commercial College is Book-keeping...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

For the (Presbyterian fanner ana Advocate. Eeliffiqn; OE, I_.ETTJSBS TO A FRIEND QN THE _POCTBINES AND _TvrrTTKS n# _vnv. _txtkt.v,. Letter VIIL—SLn. Sin_> is the /transgression of the law.—1. John _, iii: iv. My Dear Friend :—In my last, I tried to show you what sin is; ,but I did not say all I wished to on the subject, so I will begin where I left off. I said that any/ailure of coming up to the requirements of the law^; any failure,f at any _,time, in any respect, is sin. Hence, it follows, that not merely actual _transgressions,,or _ivoluntary transgressions of the law, when _Known, but want of conformity or likeness. to the laWj is sin; the want of a right state of heart is sin ; the privation or absence of holiness within us is sin. The law requires the heart to be1 right: it requires a right state of heart or disposition; and where this is wanting, there is sin. Just as every deviation from a straight line is crooked, so every departure from the perfect _lsw of Go...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

D For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Itev. Dr. Buchanan, and the Vestiges_, _taie lovers of truth and Christianity have pled already, with delight, the appearance that part; of the original work of Dr>. j|_ebanan, lately issued from the American |ess_, under the title of Modern Atheism. |e prestige of the author's name, his a.cjowledged ability and learning, and the Cts that he is the successor of Chalmers in e Chair of Theology, and one of the most alous leaders of the Free Church, will seire for his work, in this .country, an abunknt and successful, circulation. That the nk will be well read, and do good execute, we have not the shadow of a doubt. * e must praise the author for the labor bepwed upon it, and award him deserved lift n Irs •But just because of the considerations of _ainence here named _^ we fear that in sevk\ respects the work _wijfl rather retard, in advance the interests of pure Theism, jfcicularly in the minds of those who, unmstomed to think f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

For tbe Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Revival in Tuscarora, Fa. Mr. Editor:—In our rather secluded valley of Tuscarora, though " remote from public View," rarely honored with visits from distinguished personages, much less lun&s-»iHl-p»dnces,jand hardl y dreaming that our names,'or tKose _^f_^ui_^MeTffasTnfa-mji gtbors, will ever be inserted in the book of history/or emblazoned on the archives of the nation yet we 'have, as we believe, been more highly favored; for we trust we have lately received a gracious visit from the Spirit of the Lord Jesus Christ; the Prince of Peace, and that he has written the names of many among us on the imperishable pages of the " Lamb's Book_^f Li fe." Some of the principal occurrences were as follows: ' Early in December, our pastor preached two thorough-going and impressive sermons on the subject of repentance. The nature of true repentance was very clearly defined, and its genuine features held up in striking contrast with those of i...

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