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

f iiTPittvt-'^_tviipVli tttYtfp ' ksXKi_^ ii _^_luuUytuiw The steamship Europa has brought news from Europe to the l&th of March. The indications are peaceful. ' •: ¦ Great Britain. - There was still great excitement on the subject of the Ministerial defeat in Parliament. A majority of sixteen, in & House of five hundred and ten members, may seem small; but ifc._waa a major ity, and indicated that .the Premier could not carry on the Government. Custom., has decided that when, On an important subject, Ministers are not sustained, they must either resign, leaving their places to be filled by others, or they must dissolve Parliament and appeal to the people, in a new election. Parliament i_» chosen for seven years. TJie present House have sat five years, and have seen important events. It has refused its sustenance to two Ministries, which yielded. The;present Ministry dissolves the House. If, on a new- election, Parliament will not approve their measures, they wi...

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

. ' ¦ [_ABVOTTI8IKEST J .. , " ' ¦¦ ¦ Is Coastimption Curable?—A Case Within Our Own Knowledge. There can be no: doubt that _conputnption is always a _dactgerous, and, as generally treated, ijanall r a fatal disease; but rarefy it does not from this follow that it is necessarily incurable. The frequent occurrence of safirs ia _fo luaK3 pf persons Who have died of this disease, shows conclawvely _^ tbat recovery from consumption does often, take pi&fee; and ©onsVqueotly we may infer that if we had but the necessary knowledge of the nature of the disease and of its treatment, that we may hope to see cases of recovery from it far more frequently than we now do. And it seems to us that the way in which this increased knowledge of the nature and treatment of the disease is to be gained, is for men of talent to devote themselves closely—almost exclusively—to its study. They will thus see far more of it than they otherwise coald_, and they must, almost of necessity, if they are...

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

_^._'.. ¦ ¦"JSliftj_*:_?' '¦ . ¦ ./ , PREACaiNG.—Rev. T. B. Van. EmanwtU preach, (D. V.) in Msplo Oreote church, on Sabbath morning, April 12th; and in Hillsboro'ia the evening. , . Washington College. PUBMO . NOHCE—Is,hereby giren,.that _f60,000_, and more, have been secured ,for the Synod's College Endowment Fund. .Subscribers to said Fund are therefore requested to make payment, as far as .their'notes or _pubscriptiflng have become due, or as soon as they shall fall due. ¦ Payment can be made to either of the undersigned,at Steubenvil e, O., or to the Kev. J. W. Scott, _T>. p., at Washington, Pa., or to any other person _^ to-whom the Board may deliver notes for collection. . V. ... ' .:¦ ¦ ¦ . *' , _* ¦ .. ¦ .. . ' . . ,:. ': ' , _ " Dona by order of the Board .of Trnst of the Collego Bndowmeat Fand of the Synod of _Wheoling, In Session at ; _fiteubeaville, Ohio, March 28.1857.; • , ' ' ' . j B. _SHS_^: |4ED, Jr.: , Secretaryand _irsaioiJR . / Z ' /M_^ _1_$Kr}_£ '_?4 ...

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

Synod of Wheeling; The Agent,o£ the Sjnod, unable to attend the: Spring meetings of the _Pxesbjttries _Ih this Synod, has requested the brethren named below to receive moneys that may be paid for the Synod's College. Persons in the Presbyteries named, from whom interest, or principal, on Notes guento the present Agent, or donation?, or installments on the subscriptions made' at the last two meetings of the Synod, for the Current Expense Fund of the College, are due, are requested to make payment to one or other of these brethren, who are authorized to receip t 'for the undersigned. The money can be sent up by the hands of the pastors or elders going to Presbytery: For Presb'y of St. Clairsville, _llev. John.M6_%a,t. '¦ _' . ' ". " Steubenville; _Ber. Ales. Swaney. » " » Washington, _Eev. J.-W. Scott, 7>. D. Jons M. Fa_^is, Agent of Synod. SUubmville, * <?., March 20, 18§7. P. S.—The cndersigned expects to meet the Richland Presbytery at kartinaburg, in April, and r...

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

3p_«w On _Toeslay _oveninK. March 24th. hy Rev. A M _Lowrv, Mr. J<MEa Hazelrt to Miss Mart _McDojcoooh, eldest daughter of Mr. John Glen, all of Partf Carbon, Pa. By, Rev. George W. Thompson, Mr. Jeremiah Bitner to _Sliss E«z4bbth _BRAsr, all of TascaroVa Valley, _Juniata Conri_^f,Pa.v ; ¦ • . ¦ .:• ¦ . ; . . . - .. ! *'- .- ¦ . ¦• By Rev. W_, G. March, Thursday, March 10th, Mr. Jacob Moore, of, Milton, .JMahoning County, Ohio, toMissSostir SravEW_.'bf LbrdstoWnj' _Trucnbull County, O. • March 26th Mr. _Davhs _Johhsox, of Newton, Trumbuil Gpuntyi Ohio, to Miss Elizabeth A. _JIwdlk, of North Jackson, O. ¦ ' ¦ , - ' _, By"Key.S.,(»f. Templetoa, March Sth. Mr. Isaac VABHETto Mrs. Kwzi WAEiACEjhear Delavan, 111. March _lflih, «r. Levi Good all to > liss Makh.B. Woodward Of Cherry Grove, Mason County, 111. ' ¦ By_^ Rev. J. B. Adams, at New Berlin, Pa., MarchMtU, Mr. Hbsbt Whitmbb to Mrs.' _StrSAK EiLBnT,'hbth of Hartley Township. On thetsame? day_, near Mifflinburgh, ...

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

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Is the Power of the Pulpit Waning? This inquiry we most unhesitatingly answer in the negative. Never, since the days of the apostles, has there been a period when more of the real elements of power met in the pulpit) than now. Denominations that once openly and zealously contemned all College culture inithe ministry, have of late suffered their views to undergo a radical change for the better. And individuals who once scoffed at the idea of candidates for holy orders spending yearn in scholastic pursuits, to secure the necessary intellectual furniture to fit them for the awfully responsible stations of Divine ambassadors, are now loudest in their approval of the most rigid mental discipline, and the most thorough development and test of all the powers of the mind, prior to licensure. Bailers and revilers of Colleges and Calvin, are daily diminishing. The time was, _tirhen their number was great. Then ' they had but a meagre modicum of mo...

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

Th* History of _$bw InglaA- from the Discovery of the Continent by t f Northmen, A. ».; 986,v to the pertod when _P Colonies declared their Independence, A./ 1 «'6. By Charles W. Elliott. In two _¥_"»•¦ .f_™_-» PR,479 ? 492. Netf York: _Chft Jcnbner_, _S77 xa& 379 Broadway, _lond_*: _ZVtfSner £ Co. 1857. These goodly-sised Wines are an admirable repository of facts and_/fcrmation on the trab-Wt of Sew England, ¦»!*«"& as has been written and published on thfl?aritans and the land - which they _haye mad* famous, there "was still *oom for the work bp as. fhe author does Hot seem to labor _aff philosophical s_^y le, or to • net forth the philosdy of *»« _incidents he re-- ' «ords by profound eptilations. He _father conand treated are: I. _Waldegraye's lectures, and the Princeton Repertory on Neir Testament Miltenarianism; II. Dr. Spragne's Annals of the American Pulpit; III. The Coming of Elijah; IV. Mr. Lee, of, Dublin, on the Inspiration of ihe Scriptwes; V. Notes...

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

_$BX i|_t §_3H_»_g for the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. To Youthful Readers of the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Tallahassee Mission , Jan. 29. My Dear Little Friends :—Ttte merry, merry holidays are now past. Still, I can easily think how happy you have been, giving and receiving your nice presents, especially about _^ Pittsburgh. But now I suppose all are settled down to study, again; and after your lessons are learned, these long evenings, I presume you still have a little time for reading besides. Wellj this lovely: morning, that seems and suggested some ways of spending the day pleasantly and profitably. All then retired as usual, and I heard no more of the anticipated enjoyment until the rising bell gave its first tap. Then the joyous shout of a merry Christmas rang through the girls' apartment, and was again and again re-echoed, on meeting the smiling faces of their teachers. Much curiosity was excited concerning some preparations they thought were making for...

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

SMITHSONIAN HOUSE, r • BROADWAY. _CORJSISR OF HOUSTON STREET, N. Y., On the same Block with Niblo'H Garden, and _opposite St Thomas' Church. ON THE EUROPEAN OR ASfBRICAN PLAN , AT OPTION. Rooms 50 cents to S3.00 per day.' _MlAIiS EX_2RA AT A%L HOURS, AND AS ORDERED, ' Or, $200 per day for Booms and Board; • _: In Summer, this house is one of the coolest and best ventilated in the city; and all Winter it commands, withont fire, the temperature of tho tropics, being heated thoroughly and throughout by steam. SIDNEY KOtil AN. mh2!-Sm* ¦ ¦ ' -no O K S, Sl'AOC IONERY , a«J» _PAPfcR M3 SlNfilNGS—S. C. _COCHUANH, Federal Street, 6th door S.I!, of Market Square, AUegheny, Pa. .Stock enlarged by recent purchases in the Eastern cities Constantly for sale, at low prices, a full assortment of Books, standard and new-publications in the various departments of Literature, Theology, Religion, HistorvBiography Poetry, Narratives, Travel, Entertaining Tales. Juvenile Books, publications of A. S. S...

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

f^\ OLBERT'S ENVELOPE MANUFAC-%j TORY, 55>^ South FOURTH Street, below Chestnut PHILADBLPHIA.. Envelopes, Die Sinking and Engraving, Dies Altered, En velopes Stamped with Business Cards, Homoeopathic _Envel opesself sealed and'printed directions, Paper Bags for agriculturists, grocers, Ac, for putting up garden seeds and groceries. PRINTING of all kinds, vii: Cards, Bill-Heads, Cir. culars. . . ¦¦ , _¦ ••-, ' . .... .- . , ENGRAVING of Visiting and Wedding Cards, with en. velopes to fit exactly, of tbe finest English, Fwneh and American paper. . . _Envelopes made to order of any size, quality and decription. Conveyancer's Envelopes for deeds,,mortgages old papers, &c, made in the best manner by ~ _v ¦ WM. COLBERT. N. B. Orders sent by Express, or as per agreement apl4-ly fob. $ a b bath 8 c h o ox. b _» bibl._b classes; and family instruction—Prof. _Jacobns's Notes on John, new edition. •'¦¦: ' "1 Mark and Luke, new edition. " " Matthew, « Question Books on the sa...

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

A D V E it T IS E :: _M E N T S. OAKLASO FEMALE IKSTITUTB_^ VORKISTOWN, PA.—The Summer Session of _ftis Institution will commence on TD K SDAY, the 28th of AptH. Tke-Course of _inatrtiction embraces all the branches- *f aihorough English _ard polite education. " TERMS—Board »nd! Tuition in English _braacfees, per Session of five months, - • • - - $ 75.00 Lessons on Piano or Guitar, with use of instrument, ¦ - " ¦ •-. • - .-. - - - : $2ClO&V>_95J0O Lessons on Harp, withuse of iastrnment, 40X@> Vocal Music in class, • - - - - 3JB&fc>5.00 Drawing; and Flower Painting, - - - ' _iftflO to 15U)0-Painting in Oil, -. - -' - • - - 3ftjt»Oti>_aO.O_» The Ancient or Modern languages, each, , _JOjOO Washing per doz., - . " - - - " 00.36 The Session Bill to be paid $40.00 in advanecy and the iemainder before the pupil is removed. Circulars, containing particulars, may bV _tiMofl by addressing J. GBIER BALST0N, rah2S-5t* : . . " ¦ ¦ • PrintipaL_^ _OT...

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

grjri_'-D.-Kf ox it Asm _vmavbusm. _wxaffi, MM. D.KIRKPATRICKASONS ,No.21S.THIBD S_^ ween Market and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. _W sale' "'¦' • ¦ • - DMT AND SALTED SPANISH HIDES, ¦ , Dry and Green Salted Pains Kips, Tanner's Oil, _™% and Currier's Tools at the lowest prices, and upon _tl» - 49-All kinds of Leather in the rough _w**^ which the highest market price will he given in < f_£ taken in exchange for Hides. _Leather toredfrwof "_^ and sold on commission. - ___J-_?i_^ BBL.I<>II BKI.X.B X BEXASI BSLI<Sl-ff* _Churcnes , Academies, Factorie_*Steamboatsr_»: tions, Ac_, made by the subscribersand a large _assorit _;. kept constantl y on hand, mounted -with thebr newj _? proved Iron Yoke, which, by a detached plate, F1_^1, ' ; bell, without taking it from the yoke, to be iamea^; vertical axis, any distance, however smallor cmlfZ ,r found; thus lessening the danger of a fracture froI?Vv; ed blows of the clapper In oneplace. This yoke aw_« ... bines...

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

wramr publications bt the ambe _il CAN TRACT SOCIETY, 303 Chestnut Street, PL delphia. ' . The Pilgrim Boy; pp.144,18mo., with illustrations cents, or 26 gilt. A striking narrative of the incident the life of an energetic lad: who was thrown upon bisr resonrces, and through many errors and hairbreadth 'sti;- became at length a useful man, and an active Christ Postage 7 cents. No Pains, No Gains. With engravings. Written by I H. C. Knight, of Portsmouth, N. H., from the life of Sstn: Budgetof Bristol England, a distinguiEhed _merchan: great benevolence and fidelity to Christ; pp. 120,18mo.: cents, or 25 gil_>, Postage 6 cents. Faithful Ellen. With frontispiece; pp. 106, ISmo.: cents, or 25 gilt. An interesting history of a colored _&¦ who was long a cherished inmate of one of the best Cttian families, and became a happy and useful mother c: femily. Will be special y acceptable to servants or _dcLs tics., Postage 6 cents; , __ , The Fanner and his Family. With frontis...

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

Practical Preachinff. »We have heard of various specimens of negro eloquence in our time, but never actually listened to the illustration till yesterday. Dropping into an African meetinghouse - we found the sermon just commenced. The topic seemed to be the depravity of the human heart, and the sable Divine thus illustrated his argument: ** Bredren, when I was in Tirginy,, one day de old woman's kitchen tablefgot broke, an' I was sent into de woods to cut a trete i to make a new leaf for it. So I took de axe on de shoulder , and I wander into de deeps of de forest. , ¦ " All nature was as beautiful as a lady going to de.wedding. De leaves glistened on the maple trees like new quarter dollars in de missionary box; de sun shone as brilliant, and nature _« looked as gay as a buck rabbit in a parsley garden; and de little bell round de ole sheep's neck tinkled softly and musically in de distance. "I spied a tree suitable for de purpose, and I raised de axe to cut into de trunk...

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

KEV. DAVID FERGUSON, Professor of Com_,_^ _Ethicfi. JuHN MURPHYTeacher of the Art of _Detectincr terfeit and Altered Bank Notes. fc - F. L. APEL, Professor of French and German LanBB E. OUDRY, Professor of Mechanical and Arclii;, "' Drawing. PARK BENJAMIN, of New York, and other equal. tlngui-ihed literary gentlemen from Eastern _citiee _«- lecture before the College dnring the Winter. ' ~ _'; This is believed to be the only establishment in th?f founded, organized, and eonducted by 8 practical _)_ier. * who, irom the most matured experimental _infonaatfe brought the Accountant's and Merchant's education - _' greeof perfection never attained by the best th_%tl teachers. Upwards; of four thousand Students have been _ed:_x for the Mercantile Professionand such has been DU FF'S MERCANTILE cm * O* PITTSBUKGH, WHEELING, (VlRoJC'Mtt b0HLINGT0N,IOWA. V 1Nl _^.f Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the L_«ti Pennsylvania, with perpetual charter. * *''¦ ¦ ¦ BOARD OFTRUSTEES His Excellenc...

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

_THPOKTAIIT BIBLICAL WOBKI _ANALYTIOAI. 00NC0_KDANCE . _- ¦ -.. ... of the BOLT SCRIPTURES; OB, THE BIBBE PRESENTKD OTDJBR DISTINOT AND CLASSIFIED HEADS OR TOPICS. By John Eadie, D. D., LL. D., Author of "Biblical _Cycloptedia,'_^ "Condensed Concordance," 4c., 4c. One volume octavo. 836 pp. Cloth. |3. The Publishers would call the special attention of Clergymen, and others, to _ecme of the _pecnliar features of this great work. 1. It is a concordance of subjects, not of words. In this respect, it differs entirely from the common'concordance; neither is, therefore, a substitute for the other, and both are indispensable as & p_«rt o( Biblical apparatus. 2. It embraces all tbe topics, secular as well as religions, naturally suggested by the entire contents of the Bible. In this respect it differs from _ScxvDture Manuals and Topical Test-Books, which are confined to theological or doctrinal topics. • ¦ ¦• ¦ 3. It contains the entire contents'of the Bible unabridged, differing ...

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

TO _INVALIDS. DR. CALVIN M. FITCH, Author of the Invalid's Guide and Consumptive 's Ma-- , 4c, 4c, will be at tbe ST. CLAIR HOTEL, Pittsburgh.} ' from ' * MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 16TH, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 16TH, 1857, Where he may be consulted daily, Sabbath except^/ Consumption, Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, d-e. Aiso ¦ _Jfyspepsia. Fbmaie _Biseasss , and other affections conns-. with or predisposing to _Consnmpton. If from any cause Dr. FITCH should be unable to _ress during the whole of the period above named, the a;,K- " ment will be concluded by bis associate, Dr. J. W. gYKt Those intending to consult Dr. Fitch are partienkrh-. quested to apply as early as possible; for on the oca--of his former visits Dr. Fitch has sound it utterly ia_^ ' -.. ble to.«ive all the attention he could have desired t_>_- number who delayed visitine him until the last, sill thronged upon him during the last few days of his _apeer _ments. And Dr. Fitch wishes it furthermore distinctly bekstoo...

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

RATES OF DISCOUNT. OOHRKOTKD WEEKLY. FOB THIS !>APKR. PENH8YLVAK1A. HKW JER8BY A, _DKLAWAS_*. Banks of Pittsburgh, par All solvent banks, % Banks of Philadelphia, par • , VIRGINIA. £*n _5 °S S*_S?^? r8lm *«»: M All solvent banks, % Bank of _Gettysburg, % ipw riAROtTKA BankofMiddletown, _g HOB.TH _CAROMNA. Bank of Newcastle, _g AOsolvent banks, % Erie bank, _af SOUTH CAROLINA. Farm. & JJrov. _Waynepb'g, % All solvent hanks, 2 Franklin bk. Washington, par GEORGIA. Harrlsburgbank, _U All solvent banks, • _H«*;_W _, g TBKKBS8BM. Bank of Warren, 5a »« t *». t. > York bank, -_^ AU solvent banks, * Relief Notes, % KKKT0_CKI. All other solvent banks, pur All solvent banks, " % omo: Indiana. State bankand branches, 3_^ State bank and branches * ?^ All other solvent banks, %. ¦ MISSOURI, i NEW KNOLAND. Bank of State of _MissoujrfS_, % All solvent banks, . J_^ WISCO NSIN. _ksw YORK. Mar. k Fire Ins. Co. chedfaf_, S New York City, , par MICHIGAN. " Country, _^ AU solvent...

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

_> Ministerial Hit. A renowned clergyman, not a _thousand miles from this city, lately preached rather a long sermon-from the text; " Thou art weighed and _jTound wanting;" After the congregation had listened1 about an hour, _soitfe began to get weary/ and: ? went out; others, soon followed, greatly to the annoyance of the * minister. .Another person started, whereupon tbe parBbn-stopped in big sermon, and said, _" That is right, gentlemen ; as fast as you are weighed _^ pass out I'' He continued his sermon at some length after that, but no one disturbed; him by leaving.

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

_TOHBT M. KIRKPATRICK, _ATTORStI •P AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, and Solicitor in Ck eery. Office, No. 183 ' Fourth Street, above the corner _mithfield, Pittsburgh, Pa. jjo-h--wrOWM B. IPFADDEN * 8OS89 MARRE •9 STREET, Pittsburgh, dealers in Watches, Jewelry, c Silver Ware. , _mylfrS SD_/ITOR PI.AT&D 1_TASS., r Manufactured by JOHN O. MEAD 4 SONS The oldest and most experienced slectro _pjuxcss in United States. TEA 8BT8 AND URNS, PITCHERS, - GOBLETS, TUREKNS, Ac., *C_, .. . OF The most elaborate and richest patterns in America. AISO, SPOONS, FORKS. LADLES, FRUIT, XEA AND TAE KNIVESETC. No. 15 South Ninth Street, above Chestnut, ' Near the Girard House, Be2T-ly» _Philadelpha

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