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

_JASTE8 _TOSa .- . . ... _' ' . . . . . . . WM. O. _BERtB MEDICAI..—DRS. KIHO A RBITER : have associated themselves in the practice of Med ctoeand Surgery. Office in Dr. King's residence, No. US Fifth Street, opposite the Cathedral. .Dr. Reiter will attend at the office daily, and may be consuited at his residence, in East 13 arty, in the _morniDgs and evenhnrs. * od8-tf T H«^DM»|_BBHSIGKEI> HAS BEEN AT POINTED Receiving Agent and Treasurer, for the frl-7_^$£_™_£e _™! 2ris_®s ' to a_® Synods of PITTSBURGH ALLEGHENY, WHEELING, AND OHIO, vis • J_^c, 6*?*^ Asseinbly'_B BOARD OF DOMESTIC MIS KLONS; the General Assembly's BOARD OF _EDUCATION: the General Assembly's CHUBCH EXTENSION COMMIT _Pi^^^HE_^_KS 8_ijpERANNiiAi _Conrapondents 'wfll please address him as belowstaW distincUythe Presftyferjrand Church, from which contrite-»«^1 T*!?"**! _,"_^ wie n * reeeipt is required by maU_. &t name of the post office an& County. i_»_T_?_C?^ ofore » "OBtUy reports win he ...

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

/_OAKLAND FEMALE INSTITUTE, IfOK \J KISTOWN, PA.—Tha Summer Session of this Institution will commence on _TUESDAY, the 28th of April. The Course of instruction embraces, all the branches of a thorough ' English and polite education_^ * ' ¦ - TERMS.—Board and Tuition in English branches, per Session of five months, - - - - - $75.00 " ¦Lessons on ' Piano or Guitar, with' use of instru- i' ¦ ment, - - ...... p&M to 25.00 Lessons on Harp, with use of instrument, ; ' 40.00 Vocal Music in class, - - ....-,...- .- .2.00 to 5.00 Drawing and Flower Fainting, ... 10.00 to 15.00 Painting in Oil, - - - : - ; _;- - 20.00to30.00 The Ancient or Modern Languages, each, 10.00 Washing per doz.. - - ,. -:. 00.36 The . Session Bill to be paid S40.CO In advance, and the lemainder before the pupil is removed. Circulars, containing particulars, may be obtained by addressing J. GKIER RALSTON, mh2B-6t* Principal. COTTAGE SBXIHAAT FOBTOUSO LADIES.—This Institution, with ample accommodations for f...

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

_VBOOK AMD JOB PRINTIH6, Tag JtP subscriber, being provided with Steam Printifi. Presses, anda great variety of Printing Types and other _fij. hires, is prepared to execute every description of _Bwks Pamphlets, CardsBills, Labels, Ac. Blank Deeds, Blank Books. Paper and Stationary, alwa» on hand. J. T. SHRY0CK No. 84 Fiftn Street, Gasette Buildm_? PittibmyK Dtc&, 1888- _dw_^tf _f OHH M. K1BKPATHICK, ATToiw_^ v «P AND COUNSELOR AT LAWand Solicitor in Chan eery. Office, No. 133 Fourth Street, above the corner o mithfield, Pittsburgh, Pa. 25^* fOHH B, W»FAI>I>EW * SON, 99 MARRfiT _«P STREET, Pittsburgh, dealers in Watches, Jewelry, _sd<j Silver Ware. • _mylfrtf SILVER PLATED WAB.B., Manufactured by JOHN O. MEAD & SONS, The oldest and most experienced edkctbo _platees in th» United States. TEA SETS AND URNS, PITCHERS, GOBLETS, TUREENS, Ac, _ic, .._' . '¦: ,; <_w The most elaborate and richest patterns in America. • | _AISO, SPOONS. FORKS. ...

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

wRtlH CITY CUH _KBBCIAIi _COW16K, I™m AT_*_JXSBmm£ PENNSYLVANIA. m " Chartered April, 18o5. _HAVING A FACULTY 01 _W TEACHERS. two, _ambsED and seven students «IN _JJAILY ATTENDANCE, and theSchool Rapidly Increasing. «<» _^ j_^o f?SS"_^,TMXER"rA _THREB SILVER MEDALS Awarded to _£_fcbnege, by the Ohio, Michigan, and Penn 8panteStoteFafc8,_ffii8§o and 1856, for thebest Business and Ornamental;:_Wrlttng. _^ . . _._. _«»/ IMPROVED SYSTEM OF BOOK-KEEPniG, Taught by alractical busimss man, who _S^^^ larlrork on Book-keeping «_s early as _MW. ^*^* Commercial _CollegOvto Book-keeplDR taught _bj_£ Teacher having an equal amount of experience in teaching, ana Business Practice. TERMS, Ac. FulICommercialCourae,timennlimited, - - - - J **™' Average time to complete a thorough Course, 6 tol2 _weeKB. Canenterat any time—review at pleasure. B °" r _V e * w _' $2.50 to $8.00. Prices for tuition and board—healthiest city in the Union-Its great variety of _business makeit the cheapest and...

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

HID E, OILAKDLSATHER STORE.-D. KIRKPATBICK A 8ON8,No. 21S. THIRD St., lieween Market and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, have for salt*' ' •' ¦ ¦'¦' ' ¦• • " _"'--¦:' ¦ '¦ " ¦"¦ ¦ ¦ ' • ' ¦ ¦' < '¦ ¦ ¦ DRY AND SALTED SPANISH BIDES, Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's OH, Tanner's and Currier'B Tods at the lowest: prices, and upon the beet terms. * ~:: ;'¦ ¦¦' '"¦¦ ''" ¦ .-..- :* ¦ , Mar All•' kinds of Leather in the rough wanted, for Which the highest market priee will be given in cash, or taken in exchange for Hides. Leather tared free of charge and sold on commission. ' jl5-6m A FIB «• FBBD OF TBE NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COMPANY—Walnut Street. South-West corner of Third, Philadelphia. Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania. Money is received in any sum, large or small, and interest paid from tile day of deposit to the day of withdrawal. .The office is open, every day, from 9 o'clock in the mornta till T o'clock in the evening, and' on Monday and Thursday evenings t...

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

BATES OF _BBCOIJHT. 00BBS0TXD WXXKLT FOB THIB PAP*K. PBSH8TLVANIA. HBW _JBR8_BT A _DSLAWAB_1. Banks of Pittsburgh, _pti All wlvent banks, _Ji Banks of Philadel phia, par VIBQINIA. Bank of _Ohambersbnrg, }^ All solvent banks, % Bank of Gettysburg, « HOBTH 0A»OM»A. Bank of MIddletown, M ... a-i---* banks 2 _u*nk of Newcastle, _» _^_Ew_^Sm&t Erie bank, %£ SOUTH 0ABOMHA. Farm. A ._Orov. _Waynwb_' g, % All solvent banks, a Franklin bk. Washington, par GEORGIA. Harrisburgbank, _i_^ All solvent banks, 8 Honesdale bank, % TKHNB88B*. Klk_""11 ' _i All iolvent bank., # York bank, >4 tru _Trv Relief Noted, % KBWSVOKt. All other solvent banks, par All solvent banRB, %, OHIO. _IHB1AHA. State bankand branches, % State bank and branches, % All other solvent banks, % MISSOURI. new _kngiahu. Bank of State of Missouri, % All solvent banks, _K WISCONSIN. NEW YOBK. Mar. * Fire Ins. Co. checks, 6 NewYorkClty, par MICHIOAK. « Country, % All solvent banks, i HABTLAHD. ' " f ' CANADA. Balt...

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

SBIj AlRSVIMiB r _WttMAIsWl'; SEMIHAItir—• ¦ jB_> j On the _Blairsville Branch of the Pennsylvania Bailroad. .. ' ;,• ¦ . , ... ¦ ¦•• . . . , : ' - : . ¦ _^ REV. S.H. SHEPLET_, A. M _^ Proprietor and Principal. r MRS. P. P. _SHEPLEY, Principal. : The same Teachers who have so successfully filled their respective posts of instruction, the past year, and some ot whom for several j earsin this Institutionviz., _MIbs Pond, from Bangbr, Me; Miss McLaughlin, of this State; Misses Baker and A. 8. Nnyesfrom Brooklyn, N. 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 branches of Drawing and Painting; the Latin and French Languages; together with all the branches of a systematic and approved Course of Female Education. > • ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦ ' •' • ¦ " The Terms are such as to place the advantages which this Semin...

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

_llf K IHJV1TE ' THE' ATTEHTIOA OF _ifV the public tothe v PHILADBLPHIA HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS STORK, where may be found a large _assortmemt . of.all kinds ol Dry Goods, required In furnishing a house, thus _ravinf the trouble usually experienced in hunting such _articltp in various places." In consequence of our giving our attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of drew and fancy goodswe can guarantee our prices and _stylei tobethemostfavorableinthemarket. ¦ IN LINEN:GOODS we an able to give perfect satisfaction, being the oldxss xsumusbsd LntiK _Biobi ih *bm our, and having been for more than twenty years regular importers from bobm of; the best manufacturers in Ireland. We offer also a, large stook of FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, of _fiie best _qmalities to be obtained, and at the very lowes prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, _Tickings, Damask Table Cloths, and Napkins, Towellings, Diapers, Huckabacs, Table and Piano Covers, Damasks and MonansLace and Muslin Curtains...

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

THE CHAMPION LOCKS OF THE WORLD, are only striplings in cost, ($6 to $9, or if made gunpowder proof, $10, and less at wholesale.) The test which they {have endured , is unparalleled. The great _est lock-pickers in the world, stimulated by the offer of a large premium for several' years, have sought in vain for a clue to pick them. They not, only bid defiance to all lockpickers, but the offer of Two _Thousahd Doliabb for picking is continued to June, 1867, with ample guaranty. The world is challenged for a competitor to produce a lock of equal valuefor five times its costwhether it is used for the specie-vault, night latch, or desk. ' 8.B.W00DBBIDOT, : : Perth Amboy,N.J. READ THIS. Mb. 8. E. _Woodbedqk, Ss:—Yon have been awarded an honorable mention, with special approbationfor burglarproof Locks and Night Latches. They were' considered by the jnry to merit all that you claim for them, as being the cheapest, and at the same time, the safest and most durable Locks on exhibition, and...

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

ONTHE _EURtfPEANmAMBRICAN PL_^_AT oPTION. Rooms 50 cents to S3 00 per dav Or, $2.00 per day for Booms and Board ti_^_ntte_^_SS^^* _^ _^olest ™* _^8t _^_- throughout by steainT _" 'W0 ?* _116*^ tiioroughly and — mh21-3m*: -.. . - ' _- .-. ¦ . -t:j t_^-*.- ' -»--c . ' - ' ¦ * " ' - ' . _ffiy_, Oran_^_Ta _Wm_^ BoroB _«h of Tarentum, jAlle-Aprit1 _^p_^^_oiarl _a _^ Y _^'Wd Females, on.fhe Wttt-pf ma2l24t»*< _^ u: _*^maomwjSSMOSH,_Tarea_^n. -v¦ ¦•:'<,. ' J s::diiWi !_t rm O _INVALIDS. I DB. CAI/_01N M. FITCH, Author of the Invalid's Guide and Consumptive's v»., , gee, &c, will be at the 8T. CLAIR HOTEL, Pittsburg h T' from ' a _"_> MONDAY _MORNIJSG, MARCH 16_HT, ij 8AT0RDAY EVEN1KGMAT 16TH, IPS", Where he may be consulted daily. Sabbath _exceptefl f Consumption, Mtitma, Chronic Bronchitis, Ox. a}^. ' Dyspepsia. F_*maijs _Dikeaees, and other affections _conneoM ¦with or predieporing to _Consumpton. ** If from any cause Dr. FITCH should be unable to ren&a...

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

nOOTSASD SHOES. BOOTS AHD SHOES. ;JO';--JAMES ROBB,No.8_d 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 M New._Shoe Store, as above, with an entirely New Stock it Boots, Shoes,'Gaiters, Slippers; Palm Leaf,Pedal _. Tustin, ant Braid Hats, Ac; consisting in part of Gents' Fancy Open Boots. Congress Gaiters, Oxford Ties, to., &cj Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' _, Fancy Boots, Gaiters.Ties, Slips, Ac, very _baautiful; Boys'and Youths' Dress Boots, Shoes, Ties and Pumps. . : - : ¦ His stock is one of the largest ever opened in this city, and embrace ' s everything worn by the ladies of Philadelphia and New Yorkandho trusts, cannot fail to please all. Great care has been taken Jin selecting the choicest goods, all ol which he warrants. • * • ¦ • * He also, continnes to manufacture, as heretofore, all descriptions of Boots a...

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

Wiiwftfft _i i _Afrttofe BOOKS sent to . «¦ f_»r a Notice, will to* duly attended to. Tb «•• from publishers In Phtla-«_alpbl_«i H_«w _Ywrati *«., may *• left at our Philadelphia bflc_«, *T South 10th Bt_*f l»«low Chestnut* In ear* of _Josenh II. Wilson. _Eaat

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

W OW RK ADT-THH8<FORVOF A P00KEI BIBLE, .with nmnerotis and _^_irfted fflut _S_^ySs_^ef1 _^^ »^)?_9_^ ««ain; From the New York Observer: ¦¦ >¦*•¦¦-¦, _^ttSBSaKsaaswassKsttfe *«_ters Into whose hands this Bible falls, are exhibited _witt A fuU Bupply jusfe received and for sale by

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

mjEW FCBL1ICATIOH8, ASD FRESH SUPiH PLIES of Books, opening at E. C. 0OCHRANE'S, < r'.-; ap4 Allegheny, Pa. WALL F&PER-NEW 8PRIHO PAT-* TERNS.—Fine room and nail Paper Hangings; medium do.; oak and plain: _pannal ceiling and office, do.; gilt velvet, and flowered borders, centre pieces&c Cheap Wall Paper; a large stock of transparent and oil cloth _Shades ¦ E.G. COCHRANE, ap4 No. 6 Federal Street, Allegheny, Pa. N. B.—Experienced Paper-Hangeis employed.

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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 — 25 April 1857

34—87; and xv: 18—20; Mark vii 21—23. Besides, you have by nature no disposition to seek after (Sod. It is no more contrary to,the nature of water,to ._ruo up hill, than for the wicked heart of man to flow out after the holy Lord God of Hosts. How often have you been urged to seek tbe liordj and yet i»s often you _hjay^'iefu_^ed_; arid in this refusal you haveVbu6.acted out the native_^ bent and _inolinatiQfl of your soul. You have found in you no disposition to seek 0od- and serve him; your natural inclination is _opposed to him_^ arid his_^ law_^ and'ser--vicei ' j, ' _'ah(4 t\_xw,show_^ th e neqessity-|Ofaineir heart, of a _disposition to seek after God, an inclination to serve him; and, hence, you must be born again.-_^_eTohn iii : 7v Not toenter; uppn met_^hyiic_^, que|t|pns, _.itiiDay 8ulEi.ce _tp say, tKat,|.Ke _= will,_is always as tfee. _greatest apparent_^ good; or, we choose what we like bestor what agrees • with* the state of our' hearts j; the strongest motive in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

From our Londbn.)Cbrresp6ndent.> ' * > Robert Owent and his latest[Folly — *£almersXon_*9 Appeal to the Mector_^£_/l T _^verlo7j—^'h _^ ^\ Press," and the Tory Party- -Miscalculation, arid Us Results—The* " _TtmesM<hndf '_iBasltng8' _& Oratory—Father Ventura , _# fc? the _^rench_^ourt—The _^ Knightsbridgh Com 'oversy —Judgment ' of the Privy Council—Its' *whp'romise Aspect—A_^Blow to Romanism in the flhurch-~rEraatiantsm,, and the Bishop «• Assessors X—Romanism Proper m She West End—Tracmhitnisrnthe'Mother ofl _JDis. sent—Dr _.McCne's J/_eaiunessat *JSzeteniMtU-H JBtlgiumand the _^ gtf_=^«^iJf»«8 ?_K«r *f; cution, and its FruiimmmWon_^rW tyrs—New Mission uWh_*_tffr._^tfystVn-_£*JiiivY mle Literature in _Frflm_^gr&ep d_^to Jjlc_^ craft — Postscript. T ' r LoNDpN_^karch 27,1857. ' [ That poor olB _genpenVatf, Robert Owen/ tbe Socialist, has re_^ntAy-'become a 'convert to spirit-rapping, and ¦ believed / some' time ago, (perhaps he has_*_ltered ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

* Obedience, Diligence, Truth.—It is said that 1 when the-mother of _^Washington tp_^ her sp,n,; she, _^ Tspti _^d _^ ih&p.,she _^had r early endeavored to _tgaehj him three things: obedience, diligence','and truth. Nb better advice can be given by any parent. Secret Religion —God is often lost in prayers and ordinances. " Enter into thy chamber," said Tie, **and shut thy door about tbee."4 _^Shut,thy door about thee," means much; it u means, shut out, ) not only frivolity, but _business, Bofconly the company abroad, but the company at home; it means, let thy poor soul have a little rest and refreshment, and God _,have opportunity to speak to thee in a still small voice, or he will speak in thunder. I am persuaded the Lord would often speak more softly if we would shut the door!"—Cecil. _. Rev..Dr. Cumming.—Soon after the celebrated Dr. Cumming was licensed to preach, he went to London, poor and unknown, _taking with * him a letter of introduction to a baker, whom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

u FrOtn the American Messenger. ' ' A Pastor's Experience. Three years had now passed away, and no conversion had occurred. With my preaching v all my people appeared to be _^ well satisfied. Some said if (the church would _awaked we might see a different time.. Some said we need not look for a constant revival Others still thoughtthat in his own good time God would come by his Spirit_^ arid his work 1 would go on. .But, as a pastor, 1 was going to the judgment seat, to meet my hearers Had 1 done all I could ? Was there nothing in my manner; was there nothing in my heart, that grieved the ' Spirit ? I trembled to answer _Such questions. I took the " Saint's' Rest" into my study, determined to see if Baxter had any thing appropriate to my case. I had not read far before a spirit of fear and trembling came over me W_,hat if I should lose heaven at last ? Then all my life come up in solemn review. The ruin of the damned, who lose heaven and endure the torments of final despair, see...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

Sot toe Presbyter _lau Banner ana Advocate. Keligion; ; WtEBS TO A FRIBSD OK THE DOCTRINES AKD DUTIES OF THIS BIBEE. ettcr XT.—Necessity of Regeneration. must be born again.— Johniii: 7. . ... ttY Dear Friend :—After so longatime, tain write. 1 have spoken of the neces-Lof regeneration, and given _4 you some tons for it. I will now give you another Km for thia necessity: Until _renewed by be, you have nothing, spiritually good. a is the dootrine of total depravity ; not you are as bad as you can be, but that I are destitute of holiness, and until _,re-|ed by the Spirit of God, you have SbiDg that is spiritually good, no holiness i' enrt or life. That _jou may have many ib'le qualities is readily granted; so hive e of the animal creation. Who his not fd of the generosity of the lion ? Who ! not know the attachment of the dog to _baster ? And who has not witnessed in ihen, so beautifully referred to by our [our in his lamentation over Jerusalem, ling instances of care for her yo...

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