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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

t]_TKSf Al._KXAWDE]f C ACADEMY_^THB Vw' _jSummer Session of this old and well-established school, will commence on the first Monday of May, and continue twenty-one weeks. The services of experienced and successful teach era have been secured. Mr. G. M. Spargrove, of .Allegheny Theological Seminary, takes charge of the Male Department; and Mr. G. McDonald , of the Female Department; * .' No pains Will bo spared to give a thorough Mathematical. Classical, and English Education to all pupils Bntrnsted to their care. .Board' can be had in private families, at reduced rates. _, : For further particulars, address :\ ».¦>. .-;.!._'.r ¦ _•-. '¦ .-;' -._i - ¦ REV.WM.H.LESTER, - apIMt West Alexander, Pa. _nnCSG ARORA FEHALB SEHIKARYAT Wu ACADBMIA, Juniata County, Pa.—This Institution hss _tbof_^ advantages and attractions_._^hat pe rtain to a thorough an_3 comprehensive system of educationconducted by experienced ;and Bkillful teachers,, and a location in a very healthful " region, a...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

IIAYSOKD COLLEGIATE .IM STlTIJTEi !S _^ |J' FOR YOUNG' LADIES.—^_This _Instttutttfn,1 'having been /recently re-organized on the _jEuropeaD, or University plani ' which, it is believed, " will greatly enhance its advantages, wtl_^re-open for tho reception of pupils, on. the 4th of ,iMay.next,.,,. ;;,, _^. _._j .; ..: _^ _- . ¦ ' . _- . .. -: ',. 5 As " noworganized_^ tnereare eight schools of Letters, and fivo of Ac ' compUshmebtBi in charge of competent Prpfessori, -each giving ¦instruction in his own favorite department of ' 'study; _'--''! -'. _' i ¦'¦"¦ _> , 'l s a-'- ¦¦ '¦1 :_m l_^K_^w *i-i-_' . _'- _^.-i*! > , i The Buildings, erected ata cost of $4 0,000; are furnished with every ' comfort ' and convenience necessary for the men* 'tal, mprali'_socialj and' physical edacation of young ladies. - ¦: , The,attention, of parents is particularly invited to our systematic arrangements for the pKysicaleducation of onr _' _._papils; _espeHally;_totthe Riding School con...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

¦fi'_^FF'iS_^EjaCAKTILE COLLEGE, Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature o! JPennsylvania, -with perpetual charter; ' e_^'_^ '- '•' •¦¦ -»_- > : ;jS>}r _- rH_$ V_^BOARDtpr TRXJSTE_»s|h _t I _rr. *¦' His _, Excellency, the Hon. James Buchanan, _Presided of the _TJnited _. States. '• ; *'"'t>a ' -'_n ' "' _-_'.5 "- Hon_; Judge Wilkinsj J:,-, J; Hon. .Charles Nay lor, . t Hon. Judge Hampton, General J. E. Moorhead, ' _" Hon;_Judg«? L6wr&'_J " _' _" _^ i! ' '>V. -: ¦¦ .{n:::-ii;:-,_i ;•: -.,,_!.;.;! Pr_?Bidentpf.tb.el Faculty---rP. .DOT_5, author_^of the* _Nerti_; American Acconntant." * , " l '' "-' '"• '¦' Xhe Faedlty includes five'Profesiorscf Book-keeping, and fromcight to, ten other, Professors 'and _Lecturers, .including «ne't df' uie ' best Penmen in ttie United States. ' • . About; 4,000_,Btudentsrnave completed tht-ir Commercial _education in this Institution, large numbers of them now amorig tho most successful andhonored mei-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

EDGEWORTH I.ADIBS' _SEMINARY, AT SEWlCKLEY, PA;—The Rev.H; R. WILSON, D. D., Principal, and Proprietor, aided by six thoroughly qualified and experienced teachers. The Snmmtr Session of tills veil-known Institution will commence on MONDAY, the 4th or May. The situation is one of the most delightful and tiiealthfar any where to ho found. On the. bank of the beautiful Ohio River, and near the Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad, it is easy of access, either by steamboat or cars. Being entirely in the country, away from the temptations of town and city, with ample grounds, and " shady retreats; it is most favorably situated, both for,exercise and study. The young ladies -have, the benefit of horseback exercise, free of charge. The Principal, being himself a Physician, will give special attention to the health of his pupils, free of charge. The Institution is furnish ed with a good set'of Philosophical and Chemical apparatus;! and in addition to the usual _instruetion, a course of lectures...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

K Pittsburgh Eiver Trade. _ije now had two months of riv_«r navigakxt only of the time with a stage of "water boats and for the largest class of steami Gazelle, of the 11th _inst., informs us thai |ne one hundred and two steamers loaded _ai nes, some of them made several tri_£s; and a. hundred and ninety loads, averaging _gir hundred tons each, had departed. Th ' t »art of this freight _was Pittsburgh manu-I though much of it was goods from the ptined to towns and cities on the Ohio tissippi. The coal shipped has _Amounted ns of boahels. A great quantity of lami, has been floated past us, seeking a fc TLe importance of our rivers .is imp_¥hy are they not made navigable for _inters of the year? The _thiog'is prac-

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

From Mexico. _Washington, April 14.—-New Orleans papers 0* the 8th have been ' 'received. An<arrivar;from _OA_?_£ z > witlt ¦4Ti <Je _9 from Mexico to Mafch z*7_» 8i_^te _tliat the intelligence of the rejection or tte _Forsyth treaty, had created considerable disappointment. _Violent disturbances had taken place at _. Te- , hauntepec, resulting ia the loss of many lives, and seriously affecting operations " , though its ori-K!»| _%* ¦ °° connexion with the transit' route. Troops had gone to the scene of the difficulty. Gen. Comonfort was the most prominent cm. aidftt«_ibr^»Bflident. .„ . _^ ., -.,, , ., Tampajdates are to the 4th- * TheW is " nollnaian _newsu Gen. Harney was at'_$t. Myeri.' ' Nurses _arecbeing eollected al'Ifew'Orleans for j Walker's army. i Affairs in Washington. Washington, April 8.—The _Administrator_, has completed its arrangements relative to China_, and William B. Reed, Esq., of Philadelphia, who is now in this city, has been tendere...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

,,. ._; . .. - ..'' .. m. OINTMKNT.-THE dry eruptions so annoyingtb'many aged persons, as well .as boils, ring-worm, scald head, fever sort)*, bruises, and all external, ihflammntibri, whether _the result ' of accide ' _ni or of disease, heal' rapidly under ihe 'application of th ' ii Ointment...t ; ....,:.. •;. ' . ' ' . \. ... " ,....., .j, ' _,• Soldat ' the 'manufactories, No._^0Maidetf}t3m * B, Now'York, nnd;No.244 Strand, London, and.by all druggistg, at • 25c, 62_^c, and $1 per pot. ' - J iftplg-lt% M TJ_.n.R-ATa _* ' , _£• A.NM, AVM » S JFLORIDA ». WATE& _ia Me indfipeniaole _requisitt of tEe Spani«h toilet'in South America1 ; is superseding here,' »s it _tias done there,,oyery other.perfame and cosm«»tio. Diluted with water, it gives a _- _«illten - sih ' ootbness to tae Skin, re'inovinK chaps, roughness, _audjpimpleg , while its aroma is finer than thBt ,pt.the most fr. grant exotics in the conservatories. "' ' Sold by D.T.Lanman A Co. wholesale druggists, 69 Wat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

fABTBKMSEMESI.J * " . " : Bots' (_jtioimMa "l tastefully'cut arid_^made._^ *! fine variety at Garnaghan's near- the Post Office, Allegheny City. ' New style .coatings ' for Gents' cus_^om _^ work j ust¦ opene'd,'and a full stock of _firstr class clothingfor men's wear,now ready, for the Spring sales, at close rates for cash. , _' ,. ¦ / "' .?,.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

_Ihtikvtkws with _Inspikbd Men. By jB«». _XoyoZ Tbtfnjr. pp. 90, 24mo. - Pittsburgh: John S. _Davison. . This is an admirable little volume, and we wish that all oar young friends coald have a copy. They would be delighted to see how Jesus, and Paul, and Peter, and Solomon, and Moses, and the other sacred writers, can answer the serious inquiries of our Nieodemuses, and the hard questions, and scoffs and doubts of our _Galios, Dennises, and Herberts, f he subjects treated of are—God; Clod's Purposes; Creation and Providence; Salvation; The Law; Means of Grace; God's Expostulations with various classes; The Anxious Inquirer directed. The answers ' are all in the language of Scripture, with re . The concep tion of the work is good, and the executionexcellent , , ' , » | WBxBoX _. Iayi?., By /ley. Thomas . Smyth, D.D. pp. 206, 24mo._J Amuriem Trm Society. ¦ ,.-. The _question proposed is all important; and it is well_^Inswered_; by one of our ablest Divines. Thework deserves anexte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

C|e §tblt For the Presbyterian Banner ana Advocate. Bible Narratives.—No. 26. THE CHURCH BE-ORQANIZED.—-GIN. XVII: .-. ,• ¦ 1—27. .. • .. .. There are four covenant heads named in the. Bible. Adam, "in whom all diej" Christ, in whom all the members of the invisible Church " are made alive j Noah, in whom there is a covenant guarantee of continued probation, whether it terminates in heaven or not; and Abraham, the covenant father of the reorganized and visible . or, as Paul expresses it, the father of them that believe, and the father of circumcision even to the uncircumoised. The Church, as we stated ma previous Narrative, had an existence in the . antediluvian age. Then it was in the family. The father was the priest of his house. Perhaps,, without any distinctive seali the entire race of Adam were considered! alike interested iii 'the '_^ seeS?' ' prdiniieii' id'their common mother. Thus, the only distinction1 between the Church: and thieV _worlds would be seen in individu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

_PSscffinw Temperance Items. Temperance is the_^_2athe_£ of, health, cheerfulness, and - old/ age. Drunkenness hasso'largea family that I cannot remember the names of one-half of them. However, disease, debt, 'dishonor, destruction and>death ' ,are ' :.amiong'_'tfi_^em-_^nbfc ' . the ' ;.! ;inbsfc hopeful household in _jte ' world.; ; ! The Weak PMTi-_^-Itf is 'said of Achilles, one of _Homers heroes, w tKat_, his mother dipped him in the river Styx, _^hich; made him invulnerable, except in the heel, by which she held him. This* one vulnerable point proved his ruin;: for Paris slew _hiia with an arrow thiat pierced his heel. Thus it is with all men. They maybe invincible on almost every point ;_h but there is a weak place in every man's character. Each one has his easily besetting sin. / Quere.—Which is the vulnerable| spot in a little boy who goes into a,; grog-shop, his h_^_sel or his mouth ?.. •. ¦ • ¦ -,.< . r He Dbinks,-—*Hp)ir ominous that; sentence falls...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

BETHEL MAI.B AND _FEMALS ACADEMICAL INSTITUTE.—The present Session of this Institution will close with a,pnbllc examination, on Friday, the 10th inst. ; The Summer Session will _commenos on the first _Monday in May, and continue till the last Thursday of September, with a recess of two weeks in the early part of July. Oar plan is to have two Sessions in each year, of twenty weeks each./ . ¦; ¦ --• . •¦ ¦¦ . ¦ • ¦' . :"• ¦ _¦ ¦¦ . : - ;¦ .¦:- . ¦'¦ ¦ • ¦ . ¦¦• „¦' ¦ .-. ¦ - . This school is a re construction of Bethel Academy, in existence for many ye»rs, on a new site, and new basis, with greatly improved and enlarged _accommodations. It is now a Presbyterian Institutionin which the yonth of that denomination will receive, besides a sound and thorough Clas-. sical and Mathematical Educationa moral,and religions training, _numliin_* the conscience and heart, as well as the understanding and memory. ¦ _The Bible and Catechism are Text Books in the Course. All the advantages of the s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

_^ _WB._x,_bbX South FOURTH Street, helow _CaHestt_* PHttADKLPHIA _ , r_^^_S_^^^ _S _aAXn _« Mvia e'm>a Alter _^'_? vwopess_^p«d wta-Business Cards, HomcBopatnif En«» ?»f&_«_5»«»_te«««i _Brinted _Oireettoai _SK feJ *"> _g_^sto , _groears, *e., for _pntttog_^p l_^_wed_. t+ _JK_^_fTDH} _otmSl kinds, vi«s Cards, BOl-Hw_^Cif _*222_?_£r _2_P ' _*2'_*'** *nd _Wef ctogCardswit** Ai&k_^pl exllea _^ °_* **• fij _wrt _OfeiJiBh, _FkbcH _^ «^SS?**!_S. ****to •»*» °* «y _rf»e, quality «_&_*il ' IP °_* »_ABl ATB8CHOOL S, W&>* Lf C_548_^8 , ' _^D _»_AMttY_^STRUCTIONProf. Jacobus's Notes oflJohn, new edition. « « v Mark and Luke, new ediHon-Catectom 1101 *11 ** tlie B *°te _» _&*«wewi»g *_he _shBrlrf ft-i v or, the two volumes bound ia one, 2_^25 " un_John,with Catechism also annexed 1.60 " . . _Ihey, ..will; he forwarded to any address, if orders It • _"' *° . "¦ .: ' JAMES A. IKWIN-¦_5 ¦ -' } Pres. Board of _Colportage, St. Clair Bt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

OXFORD _VmWAlMM COLLEGEi _BUTLER County, Ohio, under care of the Synod of Cincinnati Principal, Bev. J. W. Scott, D.D., aided by eight assistant teachers. Expense from $80 ; to $90 per session of five mouths. Scholarships at rates still lower. The buildings and grounds are unsurpassed. Every ' modern convenience and comfort has been supplied. Booms all heated with steam, and lighted with gas. -Sessions open early in January and September. > For circulars .or, information in detail, apply to DB. SCOTT, or BEV. W. S. BOGERS, Oxford, Ohio _WTORTH SKWICKLET ACAIDf MY, BKA- - 1W VER COUNTY, PA.—Rev. Hehet WxbbsbPrincipal. The present Session will close on the 19th of March.': The Bummer 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 most to see their children advance. For terms, £c., see published Catalogue. , -... ,, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

1_JT T ERE8TIS O ¦ _PTJ BLICATIOKSi-The Presbyterian Board of Publication: have lately added 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 of Publication. 18mo.pp. 72. Price 15 cts. •2. The First Sabbath Excursion, and its Consequences 18mo.pp.72. Price 15cts. . 3. William Bartlett, or the Good gen; The Contested Seat; Lessons of the Stars;: and,Who is the Happiest Girl? 18mo,pp.lC8. Price 15and20cts..: . 1 4. Learn to &y K ->, or the City Apprentice. Written for ttie Board of _PublicatioBi 18mo., pp.122. Priced)and 25cents. . ¦ ¦ .• ¦ -. . • ¦ _-;,.•;• • - ¦ • „ ;' ¦ 5. Footprints of Popery, or _Pltcss where Martyrs have Suffered. 18mo., pp. 177. Price 25 and «) cts. 8. Rhymes for the Nursery. 18mo, pp. 91; Price 20 and 25 cents. ' . ¦ ..;..,' .-...-. ; ¦ . '' 7. Select Stories for Little Folka. Compiled by Addie. 18mo., pp. 216. Price 30 and 35 cte. 8. Kenne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

IT IS WOT A _DTEItPEESIDEKT J. H. EATON, L.L. D., Union University, _Murfreesboro', Tennessee, says: "Notwithstanding the irregular use! of Mrs. 8. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer, *cthe falling off of hair ceased, and my grey, locks were restored to their original color." . ¦ Rev. M. THACHER, (60 years of age,) Pitcher, Chenaugo Co., N. Y.: "My hair is now restored to its natural color, and ceases to fall off." ¦ REV. WM. CUTTEREd. Mother's _Magadne, N. Y.: "My hair is changed to its natural color," &c. KEV. B. P. STONBi D. D-.Concord_. 'N. H.: "Myhairwhich was grey, is now _rpstored to its natural color,''A-c. • REV. D. CLENDKNIN, Chicago, I1L: " I can add my testimony, and recommend it to my friends." . REV. D. T. WOODMiddletown, N. Y.: « Myown hair has greatly thickened; also that of one of my family, who was becoming bald." f ; . . . ¦ REV. J. P. TUSTINCharlestoD, S.C.: "The white hair is becoming obviated, and new hair forming," Ac. ' REV. A. FRINK, Silver Creek, N....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

_KISHACO_^VILLAH 8E_1IISARY L. G.GRIER and_.H. 8. ALEXANDKK, Principals.— This Institution is located in Kiekacoqulllas "Valley—a valley noted for beauty of scenery, and heatthfulness. and as being the home of Logan, the Indian Chief. This Seminary affords rare opportunities to male and female pupils, for acquiring a thorough education. ' The studies pursued in both Departments are those best calculated to develop the mind, and which have been approved, and are sow taught by the most experienced and successful teachers. The students of this Institution are removed as far as possible from temptation, as it is entirely in the country. '¦¦ ¦ ' . •.-..••.- : ,-.; . ¦;. ¦ .;.,._; . _-' , The Principals not.only devote their entire lime to the personal instruction and comfort of the pupils, but they are assisted by several teacherswho are eminently qualified, by their ability, and skillfor their profession. TERMS, $55.00. per Session of five months; $27 SO payable in advance. For this s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

WfEW _PTJBfclCATIONS B¥ THE AMER7. J% CAN TRACT SOCIETY, 303 CheBtnut Street, Phik delphia. The Pilgrim Boy; pp. 144, 18mo., with illnstratioiis; 15 centsor 25 gilt. A striking narrative of the incidents is the life of an energetic lad who was thrown upon Ms own resources, and through many errors and hairbreadth 'nape;, 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*om the life of ganm< i Budget, of Bristol England, a _distinguished merchant of great benevolence and fidelity to Christ; pp. _IS), 18mo.; 16 cents, or 25 gil'. Postage 6 cents. Faithful Ellen. With frontispiece; pp. 306,18mo.; is 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 domes tics. Postage 6 cents. The Fanner and bis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

J. P. WILLIAMS, - - - - JOHN JOHNSTON. _WTBW TEA. WAREHOUSE-WHOLE _lH SALE AND RETAIL.—WILLIAMS & JOHNSTON, 114 _Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, (nearly opposite the Custom House,) have just opened a very choice selection of GREEN AND Bf.ACK TEAS, Of the latest importations. Also, RIO, LAGUAYRA, AND OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COF-. . ' ¦ ' . FEES, . ' . New Orleans, Cuba, Coffee, Crushed and Pulverized Sugars, Rice, Rice-Flour, Pearl and Corn Starch, FarinaYeast Powders, MaccaroniVermicelli, Cocoa, Broma, Extra No. 1, and Spiced Chocolate, Pure Ground Spices. Castile, Almond, Toilet, Palm, < German, and Rosin Soaps. • Sup. Carbonate of Soda; Cream Tartar; Extra Fine Table Salt; Pure Extracts Lemon and Vanilla; Star, Mouldand Sipped _Candles; Sugar Cured Hams; Dried Beef; Witter, Butter, Sugar and Soda Crackers; Foreign Fruits, Ac, *c. . This stock has been purchased for CASH, and will be offered to the Tradesnd also to Familiesat very moderate advances, from whom we respect...

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