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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

JACOBUS'S NOTES O1V JOHN, JUST published by Carter & Bros., and other new publications, received at the Bookstore of se20 E. O. COCHRANB, Allegheny. M "" ILRWOOD ACADEMY—SBADEGAP, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. W. H. Woods, Proprietor and Principal. Rev, James Campbell, Lectur«r on General Literature. J. A. Shade, M. D., Lecturer on Anatomy and Hygiene. Samuel Campbell, Assistant. John McCausland, Teacher in Preparatory Department. Tho Fall Session of this Institution will open on Wednes day, the 29th of October. This Institution holds out peculiar inducements to young men seeking an education. The Board of Instructors is composed of gentlemen of high literary attainments, and skilled in their professions. The location is very healthy, haying the pure mountain air, and free from all noxious vapors arising from stagnant water aud marshy ground. Those subject to ague could not find a more desirable place. The temptations to vice, idleness, and dissipation are few. It is qu...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

On Wednesday evening, October 1st, by Rev. A. L. Petty, Mr; David L. Flemikcu sprinter,) of Pittsburgh , to Miss Lizzie A. Kkowlson, of Lower Sfc Clair Township, Allegheny County. On Tuesday, September 30 * th, by the Rev. H. R. Wilson, D. D., Mr. Rodeet W. Domlap to Miss Susanna Means, all of Allegheny County. On the 10th ult.. by Rev. A. ,O. Rockwell, Mr. WnvuAH M'Hako to Miss Clahissa J. Wallace, all of Allegheny County, Pa. / fa * By the same, on the 2d inst.,Mr. JoHfrBELLto Miss Maeqarei Borland, all of Washingwn County, Pa. On September 16, by Rev. J. Stoneroad, Mr. D. H. Laoow, of Palestine, Illinois, to Mies Lizzie Hill, of Favette County,Pa. • j-On September 25th, by the same, Mr. William Huest, of Westmoreland County,.:Pai, to Miss Mabcszbt Eliza Comnwgham, of Fayette Connty, Pit. • On Tuesday morning, September 30th, in Washington, O., by Rev.r W. M. Ferguson, Mr.' ;Thaddeus A., Geattiony, of Belleville, O;,' to' Miss IkbiakaTottek, of Washington, O. On September 10th, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS from Lo Wigtown, on the PennsylvaniaRailroad. At that place students can take the coach for Beedsville, and there if notice be given, a conveyance will meet them trom the Seminary. . The Winter Session commences on THURSDAYj the 30th of October. For. further particulars, address L.G. GRIER or H. S. ALEXANDER. " oell-5t* . ¦¦ ;.. Kishaeoctuillaa, Mifflin County. Pa. J "~ UST PUBLISRED»—THE. BIBLICAL REPERTOR* AND PRINCETON REVIEW , for October, containing the following articles: - -..-:'. Art. I.—The Bible, the Missal, and the Breviary. Art. II.—The Sacred Writings of the Parsis. Art. III.—Baird's Religion in America. ' . Art. IV.—The Matter of Preaching. '."¦ '¦' - Art.:V—The Church—-Its Perpetuity. ; . Art. VI.—Egyptology. . , Art. VII.—JjJli Smith's Arabic Bible; with • ' Short Notices and Literary Intelligence. • The Biblical Repertory and Princuton Review is edited by Rev. Charles Hodge, D. D., and published quarterly, in January, April > July and Oct...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

1B.OW CITY uofflMBKCIAIi COLLEOBj OB WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. An Institution for the Business man. Chartered, April,'1855. Located at Pittsburgh, opposite the Post Office. Haying a larger patronage than any, similar Institution of the West. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. His Exc'y., Got. Jas. 1'oUook, Hon. B. if. BMdle. Hon. Wm. Bigler, Ex-Gov. Hon. J. B. Brady, Col. Wilson McCandleas, S. A. Pryor, Esq., lfahnestocl Col. William Hopkins, B. L. -, Esq., Capt. D. Campbell, Ed. Campbell, Bsq. N. P. Fetterman, Esq., I Alexander, Bradley, Esq. Principal—F. W. JENKINS. FACULTY. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 1.1. HITCHCOCK, (author of "A New Method of Teaching Book-Keeping,") Professor of the Science of Accounts, and of the Art of Book-Keeping, and Teacher of Arithmetic, and its application to business. - JOHN FLEMING, (author of the "National System of Book-keeping,") Lecturer on the Science of Accounts, and on Business, its customs and usages. ALEXANDER COWLEY and W. P. COOPER, Spencerian Writers, (who ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

For tne Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Bible Narratives—No. 15. early nations—Gen. x: 32. Before tlie confusion of tongues, by whieb tne plans of the children of men were broken in regard to a consolidated empire, the family of Noah seem not to have left the fertile banks of the Euphrates. The Hamites, as we have shown, took the lead in building a "city and a tower," and in resisting the will of Jehovah to scatter the race " abroad upon the face of all the earth j" yet, the Sacred Narrative (Gren. xi: \ —7} evidently conveys the idea that the greater part, if not the whole of the races of Japheth and Sheni, united with them in their act of folly. When compelled to disperse, the law pressed with its fullest force, first upon the children of Ham, and then upon those of Japheth, as perhaps the most guilty in the sight of Grod. But as usurped power is not yielded without a struggle, sometimes a terrible and long one, the position taken by some of the descendants of Ham, kept back f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

petq Wifie, Come Hame.—-A Scotch. Ballad, Wifie, come hame, My coutMe wee dame! O but ye're far awa', TPiie, come hame! . ' Come wi' the young bloom o' morn onthybroo, Come wi' the lone, star o' loTe in thine e'e, Come wi' the red cherries ripe on thy mou', A? glist wi' balm, like the dew on the lea; Come wi'the gowd tassels Mrigin thy hair, Gome wi' thy rose cheeks a' dimpled wif glee, Come, wi'thy ;wee step, and wine-like air, O, quickly ctime, and sted^biessings on me! " .Wifie, come hame, My couthie wee dame! O my heart wearies sair, . , Wifie, come hame I Come wi' our love pledge j our dear little dawtie, Clasping my neck round, an' clambrin my knee; Come let me nestle and press the wee pettie, ¦gazing on Uka sweet feature o' thee; O but the house is a eauld hame without ye, Lanely and eeries the life that I dree; 0 come awa'i and I'll dance round* about ye, Ye'll ne'er again win frae my arms till Idee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

JgrkwMai Winter Care of. Animals. CATTI.E. ' '' ' In the general arrangement of stables, as regards location; construction , warmpth, ' dryness, ventilation, &c, there is much similarity in the wants of both cattle and horses. They need to be equally well sheltered and proyidedjbr in respect to rains , cold, and all the inclemencies of weather at this period of the yearj and each class will warrant a generous outlay at the hands of its owners. On the score of economy, if prompted by no higher motive, cattle should be sheltered. The whole subject reduces itself to the question of "Boards vs. Beef." Good warm quarters will be found equal to about one-fourth of the food required to sustain the animal economy, while the fatty matter will not be wasted in the attempt—vain one—-of giving sufficient caloric to keep up a system exposed to all the rigors of our Northern climate. Stock to paas through the Winter well , should come to the stable in good condition. this principl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

¦ For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. A Letter from the East. Jft. jSolyohe—A Slage-Ride—An Illustration—A Theological Discussion—A Reflection. Mr. Editor :—-As I was interested in reading the remarks of your Correspondent upon the Seminary at Mount Holyoke, I submit to your disposal some account of their last anniversary, and of incidents connected with the excursion. The address was by Dr. Fisher, of Cincinnati, 0. He commenced 5 by strictures' upon the common practice of confining such addresses to some topic of female education, and demanded as wide a range of subjects as is allowed to addresses to schools of the othersex. A somewhat ominous exordium ; but if any trepidation was excited, it was soon allayed by the announcement of his theme, John Calvin and John Wesley ! The school was in a highly flourishing condition, having had about a thousand applicants the past year, while able to accommodate only about three hundred. Opinions.in regard to the character of the sch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

Select J o-ttrg. The Prayerless One. " He never prays! The God of heaven has •watched O'er all his steps, and, with that careful eye Which never sleeps, has guarded him from death, And shielded Mm from danger. Through the hours, The thoughtless hours of youth, a hand unseen, Has guarded all his footsteps o'er tbe wild And thorny paths of life, and led him on In safety through them all. In latter days, Still the same hand has ever been his guard From dangers seen and unseen. Clouds have lower'd, And tempests oft have burst above his head, But that protecting hand has warded off The thunder-stroke of death, and still he stands A monument of mercy. Years have passed Of varied dangers and of varied guilt. But still the sheltering wings of love have been Clutspread in mercy o'er him. He hath walked Upon the beauteous earth for many years, And skies, and stars, and the magnifier nee Of mighty waters, and the warning Voice That speaks amid the tempest, and the notes Of softer tone that f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

Arrivals^ and Departures of the Mails, at and from Pittsburgh, Pa, Eastern mails, by Pennsylvania Railroad, arrive at 12.16 A* M., and 1.46 P. M. Close at 2JL M., and 8 P. MWestern, North-Westem and Swath-Western, mails, by the Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroad, arrive at 2 P. M. and 9 P.M.rCloseatlA.M.iuad2-P.M. ; .-Washington, &c. Arrives ' st 7^30 P. M. Closes at 2 A. M. Brownsville, &c. Arrives at 6 P.M. Closes at 2 A. M. Steuhenville, via Morenos, etc. Arrives at 6 P. M, Closes at 2 A. M. Butler, Mercer, Meadvffle. Arrives at 9 P.M. Closes at 8 A;M Kittanning, via Sharpstrarg. Arrives at 8 A.M. CloseB at , JOP.M.. .. :'. ¦ -.,;. ; . .: " ., .- _ .;• _ ... Franklin, viaPerrysvlUe. Arrives at 2 P.M. Closes at 2 AJfl Traveler's Guide. gOB PmLABELPHIA.—Trains leave Pittsburgh at 6.30 A. M., 2.50 P.M., and 10 P. M. Eeturning, leave Philadelphia at 1}4 A. M.; 12 M;, and 10 P. M. ^^' I0ETHB WEST.—TheTrainsleaveat 3 A.M., 7^0 A. M. and S P M. Also, a Steamer leaves the M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 October 1856

: RATESWKSCOMT. OORB.BOTB-J WEEKLY "FOB THIS PAPBB.. PBNNSYI.VASIA,' r KlS"WJ15BSET&DBIiAWA»B. Banks of Pittsburgh, -par All . solvent banks,; }4 Banks of Philadelphia, par " viBGINIA. KSS^rgf8 * ' i AllBolvemibanks, M Sof ffiS; - ' S NOETH CAEOMSA. Bank of Newcastle^ ¦¦; Au «"veat banks, 2 EHebaiik, U SOUTH OABOLINA. Farm. & lirov. Waynesb' g, & All solvent banks, 2 ifranklin bk. Waahington , k OBOKGIA. Harrisburg bank, ii All BolVpht hanTrs 1 Honesdalebank, 1 tS,, 3 Bank of Warren, Xt tesnessbb. Yorkbank, ""' ¦ -^ All solvent banks, 4, Eelief Notes, . £| ; EENTITCKY. All other solvent banks, par All solvent banks, yc -,.- OHIO. " '¦'- . ISDIAITA. Btate,bank,andbranche8, M State bank and branches, \L All other solvent banks, j| MISSOUKI. NBW BNOIAHJ}. Bank of State of Missouri, ]4 All.solvent banks, J^ WISCONSIN. NEW YORK. Mar. & Fire Ins. Co. checks, 5 New Torlc Gity, par MICHIGAN. , Oomitry, 34 AH solvent banks, 8 SIS'. ^ All solvent banks, 8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

^^^ MBHWPBBBBBBWWWWiW*^^^^^^^^^^^"^^*^^^^^^"^^^^^^ ' ™ ; ^^—K for th.9 tiesby terian Banner and Advocate. Baptism—No. 2. He po.sitiou assumed by our Baptist bretb-Kbb already noticed, is, that the word Kse al ways signifies to immerse; that the Stand to baptise is a command to im-E , and that those, therefore, who are not prsed, are liviog in open disobedience to Bnthuvity of Christ. We have proposed b these bold assertions, by a test equally Eible to all, whether learned or unlearned j Ey, Bible usage. In the prosecution of Elan we have already produced a passage Rich the word cannot possibly signify mrse. In the present number, I shall Efew more of the same kind: 1 BAPTIZED INTO CHRIST. f t 1. Cor. xii ; 13, the Apostle Paul, in ¦dog of the unity of the Church, says: W one Spirit ye are all baptized into one m" Does he mean to say, "ye are all ¦ferm? into one body?" By no means. ¦ea is, that by-the gracious influences n Holy Spirit, set forth in water-bap-Btbe Christians o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

trials, too, when its bliss they do taste, KthrouQ of their God do joyfullyJhaste, Wmv at his feet their offerings so glad, Bfcsvug to the praise of the Almighty God. Kis fills the soul with a rapturous flre, flame toward heaven burns higher and Egher, Sees by the glare of a true brilliant light, pure, brightest sphere, a glorious sight. Bthc angels cluster around the bright throne, Hsk in the glance of heaven's Holy One; ¦myriads join in the seraphic song, tte praise of the Father forever prolong. ssenca is love, as in Jesus it shone, ¦ e fountain-head is ImmanuePs throne; ¦a ocean of bliss to the soul that's redeemed, ¦harms it hatli none to the soul that's Hpdeumed. M IBtc thee, oh, haste to the foot of the cross, ¦kke IVo;n thea, sinner, the burden of dross; Biviour still loves thee, implores thee to Httuc, W-ell with him there, in that heavenly home. ¦ttersft'/fe, 1856. E,- Love. visits the heart an essence Divine, Ed and pure, unsullied by time ; Pa fountain, ezhanstless...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

¦For the- Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Excellent Thoughts. First. "The princely-minded Sutton, founder of; Oharter-houses , used often to repair to a priyate garden, where lie poured forth his prayers to God: "Lord , thou hast given me a large an d liberal estate; give me also a heart to make use thereof.'? Second- John Masoto , a courtier, who flourished in the reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, said on Ms death-bed , to those about him: "I have lived to see four sovereigns, and have been privy councilor to each of them. I have seen the most remarkable things in foreign parts, and have been ^resent_atjnj3at_State.'transactions for thirty years together, and I hav e learned- this/after so many years' experience; that- sexiousnsss is the greatest wisdom, temperance the bestr physic, and, a good conscience the best estate. All things else forsake me besides my God, my dxityf and my prayers." . Third, - TMe ?d|lebrated Whitfield, in ' passi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

Simeon and Wesley. The following occurrence is narrated by Dobbin, in reference to an interview between Simeon and John Wesley: Three or four years after Simeon, whose name has since become sacred in* the annals of, the Church of Christ, was ordained, this young minister had an opportunity of conversing with ' the founder of Arminian Methodismj;and,'wishing to improve the opportunity to the utmost, he began to question him thus :, ... If Sir, I understand you are called an Arniinian ; now I am sometimes called a Caivinist, and' therefore , I suppose, we are to draw daggers. But, before we begin= to combat, with your permission, I will ask you a few. questions,,not from impertinent curiosity, but for,real instruction. |*ray, ^sirr do\ you teel y ourself a depraved crea-BM^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ a had notpufit incQ youEiheart?"' • * • ¦¦ / ¦ " Yes," said the veteran, " I do, indeed." "And do you utterly despair of reeommending yourself to God by anything that you can •'do, and look for sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. What are yon doing for your Sabbath. Schools? For many years my mind has been pondering; the importance of the Sabbath Sehool enterprise to our Church. Our Board of s Publication lis doing; something to supply suitable books for children, and have a goodly number ready for service; but compared with the wants of the Church, all that has been done is but as a drop in the bucket. The Sunday School Visitor, published by the Board, though a very good paper, is yet not so interesting and attractive as it might be, either in matter or artistic embellishment. The editor no doubt expends much thought and care upon it, and is worthy of thanks for his effort; but still the whole might, doubtless, be improved. But the question has often arisen with me, are the various and highly gifted pastors of our churches doing what they can in this department of labor ? Do our writers devote their talents to Sabbath School tiliterature? Dofihey-eaeourage the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. The Presbytery of Lnzerne. eaee of the Holy Spirit among Ms people, has strengthened that faith, and enlivened that hope. Maywhat the little chnreh' has enjoyed, be'but .tha4>ejginaing'of still greater blessings. - > ¦ Bfe^^^filSfifidfflidaMalfiM^fegeAtheiic'iandja^djfehe ¦ jr oftiftnis so'f th 1 ^ ^Prefbyteryf ' muoh4 llss %f ^"tafek •than it would have jbeen under less genial skies. Some of them w .ere under tlie necessity of traveling ; a hundred milesi and overv mbuntain8;; to' attend the _ meeting; but all toil seemed to be forgotten in. the fraternal greetings enjoyed by brethren, after a long separation. Bat, one familiar amd mucK-loved face is absent. Ah! how Ms cordial and tender salutations are missed by Ms brethren. Another bears to the Presbytery .theEecord of its proceedings;. another -voice articulates the lines which his hand had traced. "We arer sad; but our sorrows are 'mingled with joy. • Our beloved: br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

The New Bible. At the late annual meeting of the Bible Union commenced in the Baptist meetinghouse in Bropnie Street, in this city, arrangements had been made for a large assemblage o£-tl*«»-left<Jii>g frieode-of-tho -new enterprise, to make a grand effort to revive the cause , which has received so fearful a shock from the late disclosures. We' go to press too early to give any report of the proeeedingsl The officers say: " We expect to be prepared to report considerable progress in the work of revision, and such a state of advan cfement as will justify the adoption of plans for the final committee of revisers." -: It is now a matter of comparative indifference to the public, whether or not this movement is carried forward. It is to all intents and purposes dead. As opposition otten calls out greater zeal on the part of those who are resisted , and thus increases even the pecuniary contributions, it would not be strange if the society should receive largely augmente...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

Sleeping in Meeting, > Everybody must sleep iciine'pf' £he |mie. .We grant that , and.^rould recommend to ^jl our friends to make comfortable provision for sleeping, and then have properTegardto'tne hours devoted to this purpose^ and also the place. For some hours, certainly kre'much more appropriate than others^ dth> same is true in respect to p laces. We would * not, hq^ever, prescfibe ; whpVho^s sh ' ojjiji be given to sleep, but simply say thaVfor ourselves we decidedly prefer the ni ght. Franklin said day light was ejbeaper and better than candle light, and therefore , he thought it best to use the day for work; and the night for sleeping. ! And St. Paul said , "They that sleep, sleepin the night-' " Nor jyould we attempt to prescribe as to the place where persons .should sleep. We are, however, in favor of having sonip room appii|#lM bWrtieatim'ake-tHeirow^ seidcttenr1 ' ^'^ We would,, however , suggest, most' respectfully, that, there are some places where...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

lor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate Pre-Payment.—-Honeis^. . Db. McKinhey:— There is one feature about your arrangements as Publisher that I highly approve, of which, permit a word of coniinendatioa I refer to the advance payment plan. (Every-ohe pan see some of the advantages to the publisher, enabling Mm to afford the .paper at a lower rate. There; are greater advantages, however, to : the subscriber. He is saved from the. temptation to dishonesty, in withholding, at least for a time, and to the injury of the piiblisher, whose moiiey he may unlawfully retain in his hands, the,subscription which may be paid at some future time. That the temptation is too strong for many persons, the sad experience of publishers can testify. The amount often accumulates from year to year, until it becomes more and more inconvenient to pay it. And it comes to be regarded as a matter of convenience. Thousands are thus entirely lost to the publisher, but I maintain tbit lap is less injurett than...

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