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

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Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

zkjfTK- _DSfVITE _THifl,.. ._ATTBISTIO_» . OF" ¦ -3PV '"" ffiepublictothe "*' :_' rf " _™J - - •• • ¦ ••• «•_-»"-. ¦ ., PHILADELPHIA HOUSEKBBPINGBRY GOODS STOBB _i where may be- found a large. assortmeHt ; of all; kinds 6i' Dry Goodsrequired In furnishing a 'boTUS>,;thus_, saying_, the trouble uffually experienced in tunting such _artiolw in Var ' _ioTis '! places. Ib>.cdnsequencet of i>urJgiving; our -_'_afe tention to Uusrkindof stock, .to> the, exclusion of ?dresi and fancy _, goodswe can guarantee our priceB ' and _stylei to be the most favorable in the market. ' _" * ' ' " ¦ . ** " , „. • -¦;:¦¦¦ '_^- ¦ ::. •¦ ->-; >ih _lINEJi _SOODS r" - ¦¦"¦ ¦' _• ¦ -rr._h : «*' we' are able to • give perfect _satisfactibn, being the: olmsj _KaiABLisHKD .LiNWi. _Siobj ih XHS _ciTy,jSjad having been for more than twenty years ' regular importers from, some off the Best' manufacturers in ¦ Ireland. " - r s largestookof ..._;T .:':..;-: _': _-;;i «)rf ...

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

JSOOK AJSD JOB _PRMTTIAG. _^ ^|L_* 'subscrt_^_erV Wing provided with Steam j- * .: presses; arid a greatvariety of Printing Types and o;h ' _tures, iB prepared to execute every description nf ¦ ' ¦ PamphletR,Caias,'BiUs,' Labels, Ac. " .Blank {Deeds, Blank Booka Paper and Stationary &k dnhahii:' ' *" " ' J. T. SHRYOCS _itAriiCi ' r .-. _^^_iif _-; -lfo.8<tFifth'Str8et,'aazetteB!j;! o! - ; I_?U8buTVh.,l>*c 8_,1BS6. .- . _^ SIliVER. F1_jATJ£I> WARE) rs-a&fnv_^ r- _ji . _n¦:'<•?? «5 ,-•:•••: Manufactured by ,,.„,-, _4P. _HN 0. MEAD & SONS The oldest and most experienced electro _platebs in ri'\i- >¦<• ;.:< -;?p•'•¦' ;!BnitPdStates "; . - SEA SETS AND URNS, _^ ": . "'¦' _< - • ¦ -i i.r--I 'PITCHERS, ' '3 ...... !j ... _GQBLETS,TjDrBJHBBrS,&e _^ &e _^ The most elaborate and richest patterns -r „, ' in America. ," :> - * .!!¦'* ;:_r; _v! -! ; -.t-id "_i _Ajjisbs ' - SPOONS. LADLES, F...

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

_w * tt_^Yatajfiro! Sleep., t _. t Dr. Alexaj3Jaerflwas;dften_,hear4 _r _7to say in sabptanpe _.as follows, jt»" Clergymen, , authors, teachers,1 -arid' otWm'en of' xeflective habits ,? Mot, .1l_(. *l ,?<««u U _H Tw<l 8*it _Tl •' 'v <> because they carry their trains-of thought to bed{,.with., them. In _, my .earlier; years I greatly injured myseff _^ bysludjing ,my sermons in bed._» The best thing, one, can _^o , is to taii; ei care_^ of the. last fialf'ljbur before fetiririg. Deyotiqp ' .being,_^ri f _ied, something p|"b fe done to _^iet; t_%. string_^ Pf the Harp_^^hich_^ _otherwise; ' wo_^M.._^ _'_^ pnj to-.. vibrate. ' ' '"' "' ' ¦ ' ' _""• '¦'••' • '¦• • • _" "' ¦ ;J '' _ '" " ' r " ¦ ' ; Let me commend ,to you this maxim, wpch _" Xsomewhe; re learneii' froM- " Dr.: Watts, who says'tbat in His_' bojHbb_^ he received it from the lips "of Dr. John _^ wen, a very ' gbbifl': /gedigrise " for. ' . ' a' ', maxim \l (.-Break the _cb|Lnj)| thpughits...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

"S0& _Miieanings_. Keep your temper in dispute. The cold hammer fashions the red hot iron. } The Scotch have this proverb: •' A gude word is as soon said as an "ill one." 1 The least grace is a, better security for heaven than the greatest gifts or privileges whatever. : ¦ ,• ¦ . __. _- _- : _< - ¦ ¦ , ' ¦ ; ;>• - - ¦/¦ ¦ ¦ . .;. .... ; .. ' _. ' ¦ , ' ¦ - . _i ¦ ¦ _, Mistakes in _CHABti3?y.---Snall we repine at a _littfe misplaced charity¦ j yre who could no way foresee1 the effect.; when an all-knowing, all-wise Ifeing showers down every day his benefits on the unthankful arid _undeserving 1—Aiterhuru. - . < _• •.<.; The Wife . . . . Happy the -man , whose Mary _irt Ms side Unites with him in listening to the Lord ; Happy the pair to whom his pregnant Word Eeveals its treasures vast and prospects wide: Hallowed the house thus filled and sanctified By Truth arid Love! _jirid happy, also, he Whose Martha , not neglecting higher things, Bus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

K J?or tUo Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. ft Religion; pTIERS TO A FRIEND ON THE _BOCTBIN1S AND F DOTIES Of THE BIBLE. mer XVI. —Necmityof Regeneration* ¦tost be born again.—Johniii: 7. m Dear Friend :—-It follows, from what Been said, and is evident from the nature |e case, that without regeneration, there Kb no fitness for heaven. And this is Bier reason for its necessity—-there is no Iss for heaven without it. A reformafp f life and manners is not sufficient-; Kb outward reformation may leave the R. wntmiched. A moral life is not suffi h ; for external morality is not holiness; B may be moral acts where there is no Bbal goodness. Morality is not religion; to men are but half the law; there nso duties to God, and God looks upon Bear!; ; and so long as the heart is not R, all is wrong. Conviction of sin is not _Bient, for there may he conviction where re is no conversion. The performance of . Koud duties is nofc sufficient ; these eanfcecommend us to God; they cannot purfe h...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

_ja_^_swsyjfor , Presbyterian Banner and Advocate.'•¦- . a \W'*PBBH*aasSaS**JJ_^K2_±L_iil_^i»i:i "'' """"'" "' ' '"_ _ _i~--^~ 1 ! Xfle _^ StiDiiy_^_sucie. " - Therei has teen5 much truthrully said and written on the shady side bfj a minister's life,'andthat of _Q te family. . There is also a sunny side, eveniji this wprldjf to* their life_^ when no murky, cloud seems to hover, nor aught portending gloom_; but all is unclouded sunshine. Such a season it has been my privilege recently; to -enjoy,: through the kindness of a grateful people, to whom I ant bound by_; many; ties,. and whose generosity is worthy of grateful remembrance and; imitation'. ' " ' " ' ' ¦¦ " "¦ " ' ' ' .' ' ¦ ¦ ' ' '' "' . ' . ' "' . "'' On the 20th mst., I was visited by the united people of my charges It was a tender and" refreshing .scene. Bathers and mothers in Israel, venerable for jyearsj exceedingly frail in bodily strength, mingled with the lambs of my flpek, arid-fchose of all other ages,"; iriJ ;e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

_: ' .- . . Tor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. _Bfesbytery of Zanesville. The Presbytery of _ZaneSville met In. _NewarS, on the 10th inst., and was opened with a sermon by Biev. WasMngton _Maynatrd, from Rom. v • ' , 6. Fifteen ministers and fifteen elders present. Eevi James M. Platt was chosen Moderator, and _Bev. John Kelly .Clerk, for the ensuing year. iMorig _bthers, the following items of _busicess were transacted: - ., ¦ ¦ .. ¦¦ . ... lr - .• -.-:¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦ \{ A Circular from the General Assembly's Com- j mittee bn tn<e'subject of _i fund for disabled min- J isters, &cwas presented by the Stated Cleric,'/ which Circular was committed to a Committee j consisting of Eevs.1 M. A. Hoge, W. Morris j GrimeSj and elder -Wni; Shaw,'to''prepare an airi-j swer, and transmit to the Chairman; of 'the - eral'Assembly's pommittee. . • Commissioners to the General Assembly—Bev. j Josiah Milligan, and elder Samuel Aiken, princi- pals, ''arid"Bev. W. _Itfprris Grimes,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

For the PreBbyterian Baaner and Advocate ; 1 Ae Awakening_>in the Churcli of Upper " . '." ; ' ,_; ¦ ' Mt. Bethel _^ Par; , r_, t . Mr. EDiTOB:-_^It will be cheering_, to many to hear of the recent interest in this little, church, • under; the untiring labors of the ;Revv S. Sturges_} whb_^ we are aWare, at the time he resigned his pastoral charge at Phillipsburg, N. Yvj eight? months isince; where, during three, years, amidst multiplied labors at home and abroad, in, building both the' spiritual'and .temporal'walls of that ehurdh, he was fblloWedvby a, cohtinual outpouring from on high_^ retired from that field of usefulness, not without feelings of the the deepest regret. We trust, however, he can now see enough to convince him that the Lord hath "directed his steps." Being entirely of _Gjermah origin, this has heen an exceedingly hard place for Presbyterians, and .especially; for_> Presbyterian ministers; but we fejoieetO ' See, at this time, the fallow ground i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

i -Secret _rriyer. 7 Men never take so firm a hold of G_/d ias in secret. Remember Jacob. Thoushbuldst pray alone; for4hou hast sinned alon<, and thpu art ,tor die alone, and i to be Judged alone. Alonethou wilt have to appiar before the judgment seat. Why sot get alone to the ! mercy .seat? In thi great transaction between thee and Gop thou canst have no human: helper. You-are not going to tell him'any secret. Youf inay be sure he will not betray your _confidence Whatever reasons there may be/ for any species of devotion, there are more and stronger reasons for _sfeeret devotion/Nothing is more embarrassing and disturbing in secret prayer than unpropitiouscircamstances. Great attention ought always to* be paid to this point—"Enter into thy closet," says Christ. He says not a closet, nor <^e closet , but thy closet. / The h_^bit ' of secret communioniB suppofied to be _fofinefl. The man _ia supposed to have a closet—-some place in wWch he isaecustomed to retire for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

¦ , Antidote for Bad Tempers. 7 ,, r A.n . excellent minister ,; ipoesessing much JEnowJedge o£ humaja nature, _^rh _^ jjpkmany " good- r _iynisters never acquire,) instructed HtB-iaTge_^_Kmlly oT'dawgtttieiH-in"theT;neory_" and ipraetiee-of niusic _^ They were _'aJEFbbserved to be exceedingly amiable and happy. A friend inquired if there was any \ secret in his mode , of education. He replied, "When any|Kirig disturbs their temper, I say toltheriij ' Sirig;_' arid when ]} hear them speak against any personj jj call them to sing to me, and so they shave sung away all causes of discontent, and every jdispbsitibn to seandal.f* Such a use of this accomplishment might serve to fit a family for the comftariy of angels. , t Suck a practice would sweeten many sour dispositions. It would annihilate that morbid love of, tattling and; scandal that, often einbrbiis a community, arid .involves: it* in persbrial and family feiids_^ If there, were_^ more singing, there might .be less talebearin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

To Preachers. , I have found the following rules to ,be of much service to myself, and respectfully suggest to iny brethren in the ministry the propriety of testing their merits : 1. Eesolve to be brief, as this is an age .of telegraphs and stenography, ' 2. Be pointed; never preach all around your text without hitting it; _; 3. State your propositions plainly, but do not stop long to particularize. < 4. Avoid long introductions; bjut plunge into your sermon like a swimmer into cold water. 5. Condense; make sure that you-have an idea, and then speak it right out_^ in the plainest, shortest possible terms. .6., Avoid all high-flowa language; quote no Hebrew nor Greek j aim to be simply a preacher. 7. Be honest enough to own that ybu;do avail yourself of help' frbm -any source. But in using helps, be sure you never make stilts of them, when your own legs are far ¦better. , ¦. . . ,.;. .. ..: ,-, • • ..:; _, , ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . j 8. Expect the Father's blessing .; yoi are his ser...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

(¦ <®_n#mal ipetrg me Death of Captain Hedley vicars, t 97th Regiment, Crimea. i* This way!"—and then he fell, pi the blenk night of storm went on; ¦< This way 1" the rest they tell, ¦tears, at the next morning's dawn. ¦he corse, the bier, the gun, ¦plow retreat of weeping braves, Had the sad work is done, Ed that field of sodden graves. _. Rears, T weep for thee, pare a light was on thy brow ! Hh would that I could be K* a beloved heart as thoa! ^¦m. one, . _Hf _thcn _tl>v spirit was set free; Kj life had scarce jbegun, Mfipened for eternity. K. Keep, warrior, sleep, Bbhmtian's is a hallowed urn; Bar thee ft world will weep, , V " slips of their sad Cypress bum." ¦_pEais way!" and fell. Oh I B hearken to thy parting breath, ¦had follow, even fly, Wb. through the trodden gap of death. ¦_pome, in hope like thee, _fc; Hedley, from life's warning dream; H_^d soon oar lov es will be , _^Kin a pure and livin g stream. m j.c.i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

i ,.;;!_, :i::::'\ vSiiiiittitlie Clmrcb.. _^ w;-:-;;^ j v; ' si have seenjsiichf _siri iri the _Chrirehj'thai .,-1 have_^been_^pften) _brou ght by it tola'sickly state of • mind. _, Butwhen. j hayerturned to the world, I have seen sin wprking _j there in _6 such irieas€res and forms, that I have turned back again tb the Church with more vwisdom of jm'indiand ;more_« affection to ittainted as it is. I see sin , however, nowhere , put on such an odious appearance, as _^ in the \ Chu;ren! . _' it mixes itself with the most holy _^thirigsy and ' debases themy arid turns them _fio tits own purp8_fees. It builds itsvnest in the v,er:y pinnacles of the temple. The history of the primitive ages of _Tthe Church has also checked the disgust which, would arise frorii seeing the impure state of things before our eyes. Folly and wickedness sported themselves even then j in almost all possible forms.; I turn, in such states of mind, to two. _portraita in; my studyTrrJohri Bradford and Archbi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

Eastern Summary. . BOSTON. r The Baptist Board of Foreign Missions reports contributions, .d aiing_^. e._mjjntl_^pf _^ _MjirsJ_^_iw_.the amount of $40,000. This will make the whole amount collected by this So ' ciety,?_dtiring tie year, about $100,000, which will meet all expenses, and reduce the debt considerably. __ _^. ,r . _" The; late Ahhijai MFasi" Day does not seem to have been very strictly observed by the Legislature of Massachusetts. A large delegation of themembers _njade an? _excursiQnfetd. : Plymouth m the cars, furnished gratmiimsly by the Old Colony .and Fall River Railroad -Company. -A bountiful dinner, was furnished the excursionists by the people of Plymouth, at the Samoset House. It is but just, however, to state that the Speaker of the House, and some of the members, went to the Congregational church there, and heard a very able sermon from the Rev. Mr. Edwards, altogether devoid of secular matters. 'i'nc next _Anmttal (jommkncbmemt of Williams College ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Narrative of the State of Religion in tk Pre _'sfcytery of Washington, for the Years 1856--7. Addressed to the General Assembly of the PruW rian Church in the United States of America. Beloved Brethren :—The Presb _jterr of Washington greets you in the Lord , _jj offering to you our annual Narrative of the State of Religion within our bounds. We have walked about our Zion, counted her towers, marked her bulwarks, considered her palaces; and we now come to report our observations to that venerable Assembly, whi eb. we revere and love as a wise, tender , faith. ful, and devoted mother. OBDEE OF PRESBYTERY IN REGARD T O THE NARRATIVE. By a recent order of Presbytery, it j s made the duty of our Sessions to send re ports of the State of-Religion in their respective congregations, to the Chairman of the Committee on the Narrative , at least ten days previous to the Spring meeticj_. The Committee, in furtherance of this design, addressed a cir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

* : Ecclesiastical. _jy Rev. Josiah Milligan's Post Ofliee address is changed from West Rushville, Ohio, to Triadel p hia , Via. The1 pastoral relation between Mrv MMigar i_^ and the churches of Rush Creek land Bethel , is dissolved. Mr. John E. Woods, late of; the Presbytery of Ohio, has accepted a call to Bentonsport, Iowa. Rev. T. M. Oviatt has accepted a call to Burlington Second church , ' Iowa. Rev. F. B. Dinsmore accepts the call to Round Grove church , Iowa, serving Unity . church in connexion. Mr. J. C. Irwin, of the Western Theological Seminary, has been licensed by the Presbytery of Richland. Rev. J. E. Marquis has been called, to the churches of Shelby and Ontario., Rev. I. N. Shannon, of Terre Haute, has united with the Presbytery of Richland , and received-a call _toithe church of Mt. . ¦ Yernon. . ¦ • • .; ¦< _:•--.. ¦: _?: ?=:-v. ' ¦ • ¦ ¦ "¦:_].:¦ . '¦ ,: Mr. J. W; M'Gregor is called to the church of Mansfield, Ohio. Rev. G.¥anArtsdalen has declinedjthe c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

Western Theological Seminary—Closing _~ ~ " — ~_T5xercises. The Address before " the Society of Inquiry" of the Western Theological Seminary, will be delivered by the Rev. S. I Prime, D.*D., of New York, in the First Presbyterian church of Pittsburgh, on Tuesday evening, May 12th, at 71 o'clock. The Closing Exercises will be performed in the Seminary Chapel, on Wednesday evening, 13th May, at the same hour. Discourses will be delivered by three members of the Senior Class. After which the Diplomas will be presented to the Graduating Members, by the Rev. Prof. Elliott., The public are respectfully invited to attend. " Do You go to Church ?" We have a very sensible letter, responding to the remarks of " J. F." on this question. It is somewhat long, and we _£re pressed for room. We, therefore, but note the three points he makes. 1. He would have ministers visit the careless families. They do, to some extent. It should be done far more than it is, and still more\good would resul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

Acknowledgment.—We have received, from a Lady, five dollars toward procuring b bell for Mission at Little Traverse. Pastoral Acknowledgment.—We are permitted to saj, that a part of the charge of Rev. R. S. Grier, of Carlisle Presbytery have made their pastor a donation of $100 in money, and of half that amount in valuable articles. _v Western Theological Seminary. The regular Semi-Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Seminary, will be held on the Second Thursday of May (14th) at 10 o'clock, in the Lecture-Room oftEe Mrst Presbyterian Church. F. G-. Bailey, President. Letters on Business.—Persons sending us lists of subscribers, and especially in making remittances, will please direct their letters, always, (as requested above) to Rev. _J)avtd MoKinney, Pittsburgh, Pa. Serious losses have occurred, by a neglect of this request. Mrs. Jane Harper.—The notice, in our obituary columns , of this excellent lad y, the •daughter of the "Western Patriarch, Rev. Dr. McMillan, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

For t le Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Commemorative. _KESOLUTtONS .OP THE PRESBYTERY OF DONEGAL , Q N THE DEATH OF THE EEV. SAMUEL HUME SMITH. Resolved, That it is with heart-felt sorrow that we have heard of, and are called upon to record, the death of our beloved brother, _ihe Rev. Samuel Hume Smith. _Resolved, That in the opinion of this Presbytery, it has lost a member wise in counsel, discreet in conduct, conciliatory in spirit, andjingenuous in disposition, and the Church :' . faithful , zealous, conscientious, and' labor ous minister. Resolved. . That we deeply and tenderly sympathiaej with his bereaved flock, and by faith and prayer commend his fatherless and _motherless children to the care of that covenant keeping (Jod , who has said, "Leave your fat! erless children to me 5 I will preserve then alive." Resoly d, That the Presbyterian, and the Presbyteiian Banner and Advocate be requested to publish the above resolutions, and that, copy of the same be presente...

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