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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

_ioius a .id talent to become consecrated lilies. Tt is a tremendous power, for n_?' m3 m OOd or evil. iMUs worthy of notice, that the " ConflftrEKSY " AMONG THE DlSSENTERS OF _Mland has given us two Evangelical Hpals, instead of one. Dr. Campbell Kes himself free from all Committees and Hgregational Unions, and exults before the Bhr body in " the positive luxury of this Be weeks liberty," in his new paper, Hne Standard." I dare say he will, " by B_> amazing energy and his evangel-HL; soundness, obtain a large constit-Ky. I expect, also, that, while his ) is " no quarter" to the Negative logy, he will not " punch the heads" dividuals so terribly as he used to do _B old " Banner." It what about " The British Banner f |k. Is it extinct ? Or, if alive, has |der a new proprietary, become the |of the Lynch party, and the Proh ? No such thing. It lives; and it _ittnces unmistakably and ably for the _Selical views, and for systematic thetoo—which last, to our _" thinkers " ralec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

Washington Correspondence. Wasmixgton, Mareh 9 * 1857. The Administration of Mr. Buchanan is at length fairly started, and his Cabinet have regularly entered upon their duties. Although the cast is not particularly distinguished for eminent statesmanship or ability, it is in the main respectable and fair. Gen. Cass has attainments and experience, and if he -will conform his policy in the management of our foreign affairs to his more recent professions, instead of those which characterized his former course, he may succeed in acquiring the confidence of the country. Until some positive development be made, the public mind will naturally be restless and anxious. Mr. Cobb, who is assigned to the Treasury, acquired whatever reputation he -enjoys, in the House of Representatives, where he was always regarded as a successful debater, and a good parliamentarian. Mr. Thompson, who takes charge of the Interior, belongs to the school of ultra politicians in the South, without being person...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

iforei_^n Intelligence The steamer Persia reached New York on the 6tb, with Liverpool dates to the 21st ult. Lord Napier, Victoria's new representative at Washington, arrived in the Persia, with his lady, four children, two male and two female servants, and governess. The British Houses of Parliament were progressing with business. The Education question is before them, and also matters indirectly connected with Sabbath observance. The Budget, was brought before the House of Commons, and it took most parties by surprise. The reductions in the military establishments of the country are greater than was at all anticipated ; substantially, they may be considered to be brought down to the level at which they stood immediately prior to the war; while the increased estimates are not more than is called for by the additional burden which the war has left. • . The Earl of Derby, in the Lords, and Mr. Cobden, in the Commons, have respectfully given notice that they will move a vote of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

|if ports. Keport of J. D. Williams, _Teeasuebe of the Boards of Domestic Missions, Educatiok, Publication, Church Extkssion Committee, and Ftjhd fob. Superannuated Ministers and theib _Famimbs, for F ebruary, 1857. _Sm _W §* t) as a •»• s1 _* H I iip r mnn o_» Pittsburgh. • a u tt ' *¦ _iTcsoywry. Greeusbnrg church, "2 93 West Newton " 10 W Brownsville " 22 26 Rehoboth « 63 15 Laurel Hill " 42 40 Blairsville Presbytery, Kittanuing churoli_, 35 00 Cioss Roads " ad.. 100 _Joiinstown " " 100 00 Unity eh., ad., a memberj 10 00 Hbenezer church, in part, 20 00 ' Bethel " , 10 00 Onrrie_'_s Run " 13 00 _Lecchburg " 8 50 _Congruity « 10_« Donegal " n 62 Ohio Presbytery. Bethany church, " 77 80 Mftler' _a Run ch., 9 70 _Tinbanon church, 31 00 _Monongahela City oh.,1 * 100 00 Pittsburgh 2dch.,bal.,_f 5 84 Concord church, ad., _^ 10 East Liberty ch.. ad., * 1 iO Pittsburgh 6th ch-4 83 00 Clarion Presbytery. Pisjrah church, . 6 00 5 40 _Brookvllie " 11 06 9 05 . SYNOD OF ALLEGHENY. All...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

§Mxm _% Died—On Monday morning, the 9th inst.. of the measles, Ann Lewthwaitb,- the youngf st daughter of Rev. John and Elizabeth Williams, of this city, aged 9_^4 months. Died-—Suddenlyof paralysis,' at Bellefonte, Pa., on tbe 27thof February, Miss Jahb Henderson, sister-in-law of Rev. JamesLinn, D. D. . , • , . Miss Henderson was long a member of the Presbyterian Church, and ado/ned her profession in the exhibition of the Christian graces, and tbe ready discharge of social duties. Died-J At the _residence of her son, in Allegheny County, on the 26th ult, Mrs. Isabella Hall, aged 82 years. The deceased was, for.years prior to her departure, prevented by _bodily infirmities from waiting upon God in the public ordinances of the sanctuary; but her heart was with the worshipping assembly; and in hor own. retirement, she experienced the consolations of an'ever present Saviour. She died with child-like trust in Jesus as her only hope. DrED—In Delaware Township, Northumberland Count...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Report of H. CMldsTreasurer of the Board of Foreign Missions, for _Ternary. SALTSBURG PRESBYTERY.—New Alexandria cong.,$32.00; Leechburg cong., 18 85; Leechburg cong., Sab. Sch.. 4.25; Cherry Run cong., 6.00; Harmony do. 5.50. $66.60 OHIO PRESBYTERY—Lawrenceville Sab. Sch., to constitute Mr. Guan Lin ton a life member, $30.00; Monto _ir cong., 13.28; _LawrencevHle do, additional, 22.75: Concord do, d_«, 2,25; 1st Pres. ch., Pitts., to constitute the following life members: Mrs. Mary Jacobus, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Mary Spring, Mrs. _Marv B. M'Combs, Mrs. Elizabeth Snowdpn, Mrs. Mary Ann CrossanMrs. Hettie Ppeer, Mrs. Harriet Wray. Mrs. Eliza Thaw, Mrs. Anne M'Olelland, Mrs. Elizabeth _Morripon, Mrs. M»rv _Dalzell, Mrs. Jane Skinner, Miss Mary Ellis, Miss Ellen M'Nutt, 470.69. $538.«7 ALLEGHENY CITY PRESBYTERY.—Fairmount cong., $25.00; Sab. Sch., Sbarpsburg codg., for Little Traverse Mission, 10.00; Pine Creek cong., 5 00. $40 00 OXFORD PR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

Presbyterial _STotices. TUB PRESBYTERYOFi REU3TQNB ¦will meet in Greensboro', on the Second Tuesdayof April next, at 7 o'clock P. M. Vacantas well as other congregationsj are required to send up full Statistical Reports and Congregational Settlements, together * with Contributions to the Commlssioners'Fund.:• ¦ ¦ . ¦/' _*_- ,- ¦¦ .< ¦ ¦'-, _(.;-. _' , f-s '.:_?.' '• ¦>;•¦? ¦- Nv_,B.—7< f _lre.enaboro! is on/Jhe Monongahela _BJrer, at the head of navigation, Greene County,' Pa. '" ' • r J. McCLlNIOQg , Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF HUNTINGDON will hold its next stated _meeting in the Presbyterian church of LeWigtown on the Sesond Tuesday (the 14th,) of April, at 11 o ' clock k. M. A statistical report from each church will be called for at this meeting, as well as a report from each congregation as to whether the pastor's salary has been paid. ROBERT HAMILL, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF BtAIRSVILLB -will meet accorddiug to adjournment, at Congruity, on the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

GLADE RUN MALE AND FEKALE ACADEMY.—The Summer Session of this Institution will open on_^MQNDAY _. April 20th. Rev. G. W- MECHLIN, Principal. Mrs. N. I. _McELHOSE, principal teacher of Female Department, assisted-by experienced instructors. RATES _OiT TUITION.—English Branches, $6 00. Latin, Greek, and higher Mathematics, $10.00. Intermediate, $8.0. 0—-per Session of _twentynone weeks. Boarding " has been $1.50 per week, in private families. A number of Students, who may wish to beard themselves, can be furnished with rooms. For further particulars, address the Principal, Dayton, Penna_.' : ' . ' mbl-3t - IMPORTANT BIBL._ICAI_, WORK I ANALYTICAL C0NC0RDAN01 .. . _}-.>, - •_- . ¦ - -•¦•.. - --.of the ¦¦ _• ¦ . '¦ •¦¦ , ¦ , . . . HOLT _SCMIPTUMES; OR! THE BIBLE PRESENTED UNDisR DISTINCT AND . . CLASSIFIED HEADS OR TOPICS. . By John Eadie, D. D., LL. D. Author of "Biblical OyclopaBdia1 ," "Condensed Concordance," •.-..-" ¦ . ¦ ._'. - <• : , - .:-/ <.::Ae., _ip.....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

PROSPECT US PRESBTT1RIAH B11HER AHD Th* Bannkb is published weekly, in the cities of Pitt* i _borghand Philadelphia,and Is adapted te general _olrculaticB in the Presbyterian Church. TERMS IN ADVANCE, $1,50 per y_^r. IN CLUBS of twenty, and up wards, 1.26 « « DELIVKRED in either of the cities I.75 « « ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. For eight linesat lessone insertion 60 cents; each subsequent insertion, 25 cents. Each additional line, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion. For eight lines, three months, $8.00. Bach, additional line 25 cents. For eight lines, One Year, 910.00. Each additional line SI. Cards of two lines, .$5 a year, and $1 for each addl tional lino. _BtramssB Nonoss. of ten lines or less, On* Dollar. JBach additional line6 cent_^. , JtSf Communications recommendatory of Inventions, Me; dical Practice, Schools&c. &cbeing designed for the pecu niary benefit of Individuals, should be paid for as Business Notices. ¦:.¦ •' ; Remit by mail, where no ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

_Mrtk: On Tuesday. ,the.3dof February, by Rev. R_; Lewis, Mr. Manasseh McGse. of Council Bluffs, Iowa, to MissMABY AKirE'FtEMBiiNa_^ df FettermanyYal' '--( '¦:-' '_^l : - -' ¦ '• ¦ _ v=._> V/: _^ On the 26th ' of'February;! byReV._MT.FIoydjMr. _Jastes Hubt to Miss Aim jWAXEHBtD, both of Brady; Townehip, Huntingdon Couny, Pa. " • By _BevI Alexander S. Marshall, January 27th, Mr. <I W. Cob to Miss Phebe Cbawfokd, both of Maine Township, Linn County, Iowa. On Monday evening, February 16th. Mr. W. W. Lyoxs'to Miss _Haddins _JnsTiofei both of Marion,Iowa. February 10th, by Rev. O. H. Miller, 3_VIr. Johs V. _Nbei_, to Miss Susannah Forstths, all of Lebanon, Allegheny County, Pa. ; ¦ . . . . ' . ¦ •'; : ;•' ¦ ¦ Near Amity. Pa., February 19th, by Rev. Wm.P.Harvison, Mr. John Yah _Kntk to Miss Marx _emjsn _McCleitashan. On the 2lst of February, at the Wilson House, by Rev. J P. Grimes. Mr. Alexander Bebgbu, of: Stark County, to Miss Hannah Beer, of Columbiana County, O. O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

riOVLD AIiISCOIiK i . WJf NO. 59 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. HAVE JUST PUBLISHED A work to which they invite the particular attention of Clergymen, Biblical Scholars,' and all others who are interested nthe discussion of a subject as momentous as it is novel in Theology. It is entitled, -TAMVES CHRIST; OR, THE MEMORIAL &AME. • ••> By Alexander Mac Whoirter. With an Introductory Letter by NATHANIEL W. -jCAYLOR, D. D. Dwigtt Professor of Didactic Theology in Yale Theologieal Seminary. - 16m 0.. Cloth. 62 cents. ; CONTENTS: Chap. 1; The Memorial Name. 2. Begun in tbe Promise. 3. Transferred to God. 4. Invoked by the Patriarchs. 5. Affirmed to Moses. 6. Proclaimed by the Prophets. 7. Complete in Christ. 8 New Christolojry. . The object of this work is to show that the world has hitherto labored under a profound mistake respecting the Hebiew word given as "Jehovah," in ,the Old Testament. The author undertakes to prove, by a historic philological argument, that it was n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

KJBMP»S WORM PASTILLES, TEMPTING to children as a .confection, they eradicate all kinds of internal Worms more promptly than any vermifuge in existence, and are guaranteed to contain no mineral poison. As acute for lung complaints, scrofula, salt rheum, ring worm, and all diseases arising from impurity of the animal fluids, BRISTOL'S SARSAPARIL'LA is admitted to be infallible. , , .,,.. •Sold by D. T. Lanman & Co.wholesale.druggists;69 Water StreetNew York, andby all druggists. Sarsaparil! a $1, and Pastilles 25c. per bottle. nihl4-lt SAVING FUND OP THE NATIOKAI. _SAFETY TRUST COMPANY—Walnut Street, South-W«_st corner of Third, Philadelphia. . ¦ "..'.:_¦ Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania. Money is received in any sum, large or _fltnnll. and interest paid from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal.: The office is open every dayfrom 9 o'clock in thu morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings _tiU 9 o'clock. . , _, • r- ¦ • Intere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

Annual Report. J, B. WmiAMS'iir acootjut _wjth the General Assembly's Board of Domestic Missions. 1S57. , ' ¦ « .....-, DR. February 28. To amount receipts from March 1, 1856, $7,689.85 OR. " « By Postages, $3.93 " w By freights and porterage on clothing 19.S5 " "By Circulars, Blanks and Stationary, . . 7.00 «i « Bycounterfeitnotesandeoin. 4,60 " " By discounts and premium for drafts. 40.91 " _>' By _Exoenses to Synods of _Alleg_'y_.Ohio and Wheeling, 9.60 '• " By Salary of Treasurer from January 1,1856, 23333 " « By Drafts on Phila., 7.370.83 $7,689.85 $7,689.85 J. B. WILLIAMS, Treasurer. Pittsburgh, February 28.1857. T dp certify that I have examined the acconnt'of J. D. Williams, Treasurer, with the _Generul Assembly's Board of Domestic Missions, for the year ending February 28,1857, and find the same to be correct, as per statement above. JOHN CULB1RTSON, Pittsburgh, March 1,1857. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

KORTH _SGWTCKLET ACADFHY, BBA-:>l TBE COUNTY, PA.—-Rev. Henry WbbbbbPrincipal. The present Session will close on tbe 19th of. March. The Summer Session will commence the THIRD WEDNESDAY IN APRIL. This Institution is designed for both Males and Females. Strict' attention is paid to the improvement of pupils in all those respects in which parents desire moBt to see their children advance. For; teems, >&e., see published Catalogue. ' fe28 3m WEST BRANCH HIGH SCHOOL,, JErtSEY SHORE, LYCOMING. COUNTY, PA. The next Sessionof this Boarding School for both sexes, will commence on MONDAY, April 13tb,.. The Boarding-HduM is new—-conveniently arranged and furnished; and the Boarding department is in ihe charge of Mr. and,Mrs. Garrett, -whose character is too well known to need commendation. • ' ¦_. ' • ¦ The Rev;iW;Wi HOWARDa.thbrough classical scholar, and an experienced and successful.,teacher, has accepted the charge of the ' Academic department. He will be assiste...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

TJJl.AIRSVII.IiB FBHALE SEMINARY—Mm ¦ On. the Blairsville Branch' of; the -Pennsylvania Rail road. . . . - ¦ ¦ REV. S. H. 8HEPLEY, A. M., Proprietor and Principal. L MRS. P. P. _SHEPLBY, Principal. The same Teachers who have so successfully filled their respective posts of instruction, the past year,-and some of whom for several years, in this Institutionviz., Miss Pond, from Bangor, Me; Miss McLaugblin,'of this State; Misses Baker and A. S. Noyesfrom BrooklynN. Y.; and Miss E. A. Noyes, from Brunswick, Me., will continue next year. • Ample facilities are here afforded for the study of Instrumental Music, including the Piano, Guitar, Melodeon, and Thorough Bass; the various brancheR of Drawing and Paint ing; the Latin, and French Languages; together with all tbe branchesof a systematic and approved Coarse of Female Education. I.. *¦ " _; ¦ .' ._; i-n ¦ r . '.' ¦¦ -.- .:' '•' --- ¦; -_'--• ; '¦: : Tbe Terms are such as to place the advantages which this Seminary offers within the. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

_Potm m"SSE BOARD OF _DIEECTORS of tfie Western Theo _. _logisal Seminary, will meet, according to adjournment, on the THIRD TUESDAY OF MABCH, at 2 o'clock P. M., in the Lecture Room of the Mrst church, Pittsburgh. W. B.McILYAINE, Secretary. 41®- JEFFERSON COLLESm—The Board of Trustees will meet on WEDNESDAY, the 25th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M. The members are requested to he punctual in their attendance, as business of importance will come before them. JAMBS M'CULLOUQn, Secretary. Canonsburg, March 6,1857. . , ¦ nihl4-3t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

WANTED—BY A GBADUATB OF JEFFEft«ON COLLEGE, at present a student of the Western Theological Seminary, a situation as teacher in an Academy. High School, or Family. He will engage for a term of five months, commencing on or after the first of May next. Satisfactory testimonials will be given. Address fe28-3t* '• BOX 101, Allegheny Ci«y, Pa." fOHN B. M'FADDEN ft SON, 95 MARKET nP STREET, Pittsburgh, dealers in Watches, Jewelry, and Silver Ware. mylO-tf mTEW SaBBATH _SCHOOIi BOOKS*—IP The Subscriber, is now opening New Books for f-'ab bath School and Home Libraries, from the S. S. Union, Massachusetts SocietyCarters, and various other Publishers, in the East and in London. Always on hand, a large assortment of Views, Reward Cards and Bookselegantly printed' anil illustrated by English Houses, suitable for School and Sabbath School Rewards. ~ JOHN S. DAVISON, fe21-4t 61 Market St., between 3d and 4th.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

1_WT B W AND VAI.TJABIjBi, BOOKS, COR. _^1 FAMILY, TOWN, AND SCHOOL LIBRARIES—just received by JOHN S. DAVISON, 61 Market Street, _batween Third and Fourth, Pittsburgh. A Ray of Light to Brighten Cottage Homes, a new book by,author of "Trap tn Catch a Sunbeam." Dr. Tweedie'_s new book, Home, a Book for the Family. The Evening Hymn. Memories of Bethany, a new volume by author of Words and Mind of Jesus, Footsteps of St. Paul&c, Ac. Laws from Heaven for Life on Earth, or Illustrations of the Book of Proverbsby Rev. Wm. , Arnot. The Christian Year Booka Dally Golden Treasury for the Young, 'i ravels and Researches in Cbaldea and Susiana, with an account of excavations at Warka, the "Krech" of Nimrdd, and Shu*h, " Shushan the Palace" of Esther, by Wm. K. Loftus. The Ivorsby Miss Sewell. New Grenada, or _Twenty Months in the Andesby J. F. Holton. Silverwood. Eurepides, a literal translation of. Hand" Book of Proverbs. The Giant Killeror tbe Battle which all must fight. Kenneth ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

r . [ABVBR5_M8EMBNT.] . '. Piest Abbivai. oj? Spring Goods, for, Men and Boys' wear, at.Carnaghan's, corner of Federal and Water Streets, Allegheny City. 'The earlyhattention .of buyers'is invited to an extensive _var iety of Fine French and English Cloths, Cassjmeres,;_iand Testings, just opening for, the-Springjtrad. e_'j "at the above cplace. , _, The _assortment includes the newest- styles of Spring .Coatings, .Fashionable Pant Stuffs, desirable Spring Vestings, and the most popular fabrics fdr._rBoys'_aClothing _^ vrAJ full stock" ofi Gents' and Eo}_l* furnishing Goods, -with a superior stock o Faslrons_.ble Clothing, offer jointly peculiar inducements to cash buyers, as every article is prepared with the utmost care, and sold atlowrates, for Cl-h Oti'v.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

\\ _"7; *' . 'ljr,J&ne.\,-_!, ' . ' - _^ '¦ ... .[¦ The remains of thisdistinguished traveler and discoverer were noticed with great honor in their passage from New Orleans by way of Cincinnati, Wheeling and Baltimore, to Philadelphia, his native place, where they are to be . interred. It is proper to show signs of mourning for departed benefactors, and to commemorate their virtues and good deeds, but we must be careful not to exceed the bounds of propriety. While we appreciate the giffcj.let ' us_^worship only the Giver.

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