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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

For tbe Presbyteripn Banner and Advocate. Acknowledgment. _DsA?t Bbothbb.—Permit me, through your excellent paper, to return my sincere thanks to the people of my charge, for the valuable family horse, and other valuable presents with which they have lately favored me. " Yours, truly, ' D. M. Bakbbb.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. :; 's ¦;! Blpt |f%aiivm-~|for:28;i _-;, ? .-• GROVE _WOfiVHIP. -_^ GEN.; XSLU _t, 83. . _ ,. , t The universejprodue_'ett' bythe Creator's power, arranged by his wisdom, and beautified'by his 1 goodness,' is to holy beings a vast' temple consecrated to its glorious Builder. In any part of it, the mind untaught, to sin may offer acceptable thankofferings for favors received. From any part of it, the appropriate desire of the worshipper may be'whispered as prayer ?nto the earf/of Jehovah. But the devout feelings of even the highest of the angelic host, they'being 'finite, will be affected' by surrounding ; sceri*es_: When in the heaven of tieavensj' in Vhe' midst of the sacred sthrong1 which constitute " the general assembly" in the presence of God, _intenser, perhaps .different' , emotions,-will be felt, than when1 on a mission* of wrath; as the Angel sent ' against'S_^rinkcherib's army_^ or when on an embassy of _' mercj_, as minist...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

3_Tti«r<_g _Jptm Turf _YoTJfccrpiftAiii: A. Tale _illnstrative of "The Pilgrim's Progress." By A. L. 0. E., Authoress of " The Claremont Tales," " Adopted Son," "_Witogs and Stings," &oM &c. 18mo., pp. 341_» New York: Robert Garter $ Bros., Broadway.1 1_&67. Precious as Banyan's great Allegory is, i t has been often felt that many ydung persons have a difficulty in comprehending much of its teaching_, _thei ' objeot of the Authoress in this little work, is to present as it were, a translation of the Pilgrim's _Progress into the common language of daily life. We think that she has succeeded_^ admirably, and her'labors have resulted in a delightful and useful juvenile volume. _, BOOKS _aent to «¦ tor a Notice, will lam duly _attended to. _TIjom _CromiittblUhera In Philadelphia, New YprjCf *«,, may/be left *t our Philadelphia O_^lc«,lll South' 10 th St. * tlow Chestnut) In £are of _^oiepii M. Wil_«on» K_«_q. Arctic ADVEHnra»'byj3ea and Land, 'fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

For the _Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. The Late Rev. Robert W. Orr. Our beloved brother, Rev.,_*RoBERiyW. _* Orr, has been called to his reward. Howes the oldest son of Samuel ,0. Orr, Esq., and was born''andr raised within a few miles of the place where he sweetly fell asleep in Jesus. His parents' were both pious, and his early training was "that'of the strict Scotch-Irish Presbyterians. He had a natural fondness for, mechanism _^ but remained on his father's farm until he was about twenty-one years of age/ when' he' went to the carpenter trade. He had only spent a few months at this, however, when he received a fall from, a ladder/which laid him aside for a time. During this time, being always,fond of books,'he concluded to seek an education. With this view he' entered Jefferson _^ College_^at ,fthenag6,. of _^ twenty-one years, . with the, intention of& studying law. But while _tlae ' re, becoming a subject of Divine grace,, he changed'his11 purpose to that'of-1 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

, The Child at Play. A little boy was running about in an apartment, amusing himself as children are accustomed to do. His money 'was " potsherds, ,his house bits of wood, his. horse a stick; and his child a doll. In the same apartment sat his father, at a table, occupied with _important matterls of business, which he noted and arranged for the future benefit of his young companion. The child frequently ran to him, asked many foolish questions, and begged one thing after another-as necessary for his diversion! The father answered briefly, did not intermit his work, but all the time kept a watchful eye over the child, to save him from any serious 'fall or injury. Gotthold was a spectator of the scene, and thought within himself , How beautiful'an adumbration of the'fatherly care of God! We, _,too, who are old children, course about in the world , and often play at games which are much'more foolishthan"! thoRe of our 'little ones; we collect and scatter, build and demolish_^ plant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

^®»_2WPK»Siei_«BD_^_HAii BEEN AP -P- _«P««_fEl>jReceivtog: Agent and Treasurer, for the fei-AS_^_E^^Sf^^_rf^^^_BURGft RT_^Brt _"_^i-_^_WSft BOAKD .OF DOMESTIC MBSSS ' ? ?eneiaiA8sembly? sB0Ara>0_F EDUCATIOS Sm?!_S_^ -_^f^^i'CHTOCBDiEXTENSION OOMMII l!ivsf_^1iD'l_^_KS _^ PI!RANK1IATB _^^9 _^ _^iPre ^^_S_^d _^r _^ _fro_» which _cWtriln &eo^^S_^_a^^^^* ymaff > _* _^8_^tofi_^ m<Mflay %6rts _wOI tti_^iade through tb _to*t_£f_^ _^-BtoBotwitf_^^_oMfeandthe Bimtand A_* Sm_^- _-l ;r ..;] ;.. . J.B.WILLIAMS, Treasurer _imrM * * _T14 Bmithfield Street. -_»TOfar in _-;:-_^_.ti _i,-;;i. - ,-, .-o .. ¦ ¦Pittsburgh, _^ ¦wr B-aft-_%_v» '_^ ;_,ji b l 1 m _ds7 _^^_i_^^ _SBsrooN> cof ¦ fl _" — _"(( «««._«» _, «;. w _MUUSSALJB AND EETAI1 __ . '¦ i,.n^~ t...... 4 - DEALERS _« ^^i1 _^S f^^Bt ^^a& _w_^etPhUilde!pii». FANOV _^^I"?e8fe'** _to_#_0mc_**mlk of PLAIN »• ?^fiU ^^o _^y _^he _? i , _^8< _? blis]h m«'t _to the _Bnitti _OMB_^^^^^m _^ n8_t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

Vox tbe Presbyterian Banner ftnd Advocate. Presbytery of Peoria_; The Presbytery of Peoria met at Elnrwood, April 17th, and was opened -with a sermon by the Moderator, J. C. Hanna, from 1. Cpr./v:_'2O. ' Win. T. Adams -was chosen Moderator, and S. M. Templeton, Temporary Clerk. ( i Presbytery dissolved the pastoral . relation of Wm. A. Fleming and the church of Farnringtbn. A call for pastoral services was received and accepted by Wm. A. Fleming, from the church of _LewiBtown; ¦ F. N. Ewing, ' from ther chnrch of Blooming ton ;* S. M.'Templeton, from the church of Delaware; Jamesr Ferguson,s from the church of West Jersey. John Dale was received from the Presbytery of Muncie. Committees reported the organization of 'churches in Dwight, Lexington, Towanda', Atlanta, and. Oriarga. D. F. McFarl&nd,' and elder'Wm. _Dodde, principals ; and >T. T. ' Smith, and elder'Jacob Smith, alternates, were elected Commissioners to the Gen-" eral'Assembly. ' Metamora 'was1 'chosen ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

Tor tbe ProBbyterian Banner and Advocate. <' Supplies for ' the -Presbytery._<of' Wasii' - , rington.r Pigeon Creek.—Fourth Sabbath in May, Mr. " Eagleson. _IJifth Sabbath in_. May _^ Dr. Wines. West _' Idberty.—Fourth Sabbath ' in May, ' Mr. Quillan. Fifth Sabbath in May, Mr. Lester. ML Prospect.—First ' Sabbath -in May, Dr. Alrich. Third Sabbath " >in September, Mr. Jeffrey; to administer the'Lord's" Sapper. Mr. M'Donald, one half of the time for the next three months: and the Session have l eave to sudply themselves _thcrremainder of the time, iSSuF next meeting of Presbytery. _» _^ _Burgettstown.—Leavej-to supply _^themselves until next meeting of, Pre ' sbyt * ery. • _v * r Wolf Run.—Fourth Sabbath in May, Mr. McDonald. Second Sabbath in June, Mr. Hervey; to administer the Lord's Supper. Second Sabbath in July, Mr. Lester. Second Sabbath in August, Mr. McKennan. Fourth Sabbath in August, Mr. Paull. .Second Sabbath in September, Dr. Hervey. Fourth Sabbat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

_,#*'•_%" Jitog; ' Keep Good Company, or None. Never be idle'. If your hands cannot be usefully employed, attend to the cultivation of the mind. Always speak the truth. Make few promises. Live up to your engagements. Keep your own secrets, if you have any. When you speak to a person, look him in the face. Good company,and good conversation are the very sinews of virtue. Good character is above all things else; you cannot be essentially injured, except 'by "your own acts. If any one speaks evil of you, letyour life be such, that no one will believe him. Drink no intoxicating liquor. Ever live (misfortunes excepted,) within your income. When you retire at night, think over what_'you'have been doing during the day. Make no haste to be rich, if you would prosper. Small and steady,, gains give competency, with tranquility_, of mind. Never play_F at any game of chance ' . Avoid _s temptation—¦ through fear you " may not * withstand * it. Earn money before you spend it. Never run i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and _Advocate. Presbytery of Newiisbbn. Presbytery met in the Firsf Presbyterian church5 of New Lisbon,' on 'the '2ist of 'April.1 J. S. Grimes preached the opening sermon, from' 2. Kings vi: 17. Rev. David Robinson was olfosen Moderator, and Rev1 . E. R. McGregor/ Clerk/for the ' ensuing six months. ' ' ' Rev. John'R. Dandasr w " as received on ceftifi-' cate' from4he Presbytery' of_^Ohib ' ; * aiuFa call for his ministerial'labors, from thVchurch of -Middle" Sandy, - was put into hisf handr , and by Him accepted1 . rl ' Rev.1 Wm. 0.l Stratton asked, and obtained1 leave,1 to resign * the office of Stated Clerk; after which Presbytery tendered hiin a vote of tnanks for the faithful manner in which*he had'filled his office. ' Presbytery then chose J. S. Grimes as Stated' Clerk. < Rev. Wm. G. March, and Mr. David Hanna, were elected Commissioners'to1 the next General Assembly ; and Rev. John B. Miller , and Mr. S.' Mclntosh, alternates. ' r A cal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

ITr I.S>fSr.a.SC;A.I>_.'X'BIT -P'B. SSSI]>_BSv Ji H._EAT0N, X.L; D?, _tTnioik'trniversity, Murire«W Tennesseei says: "Notwlthstonding, the irregular osel _f Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restore*, &c. the _faliia! 5 of hair' ceased, ' and'jny 1 grey: locks' were restored to _tta " original color.", • " * ,. -. _, _^ • -.. '• Rev. M. TEACHER, (60 years of a? e,) Pitcher, _Chnw_, Co., N. Y.: "My hair M jimr _iestdred to its natural rot. and eea&eSito fell off." -.. ¦' ., ? _i tREV.WM. CtJTTER, Ed. Mother's _Magaziue, N. X • «v. hair is changed to itg natural color," Ac " •' ' BEV.B.P.STpNB,D.D.,Concord,N.H.: "Myhairrtw, was grey, is now restored to its natural color,"' 4c. ifiREV. _j D _^ CLENDjBNIN, Chicago.111.: "lean add mn_^ ttmony; and reco _' mmer/d it to my friends." ' _REVoBim WOODMiddletown, T_£ Y.: « My own Mthgreatlj_^ thic ke n ed ; also that of one of my family, who «« hecoming_'Dald.*'' " - . - ¦" *5 ;KEVi J.P_^_TleSTJW, Charlesto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

fWn O _IWVAI_._1DS. rJL DR. _CALVIN M. FITCH Author of the Invalid's Guide and ConBumnii_^i , Ac, &c,-willbe at the ST. CLAIR HOTEL , titt6bu ' M0N»Ar Y MORNING, MARCH 16_IE TO ' SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 16TH W Where lie may _oe consulted daily, Sabbath ex/ Consumption, Asthma, Chronic _Bronchitis, rfc F, 5 ' _bysptpsia. _FjeJuus Diseases, and other affections r with or-predisposing to _Consumpton. cotincu If from any cause Dr. FITCH should be unable tn during the whole of the period above named, the rtl1 * ment will be concluded by his associate. Dr. j \_y v^' ': !i Those _intending to eonbult Dr. Fitch are _MrtictT i _* qoested to apply as early ap >_ofeible ; for on the " •fi of his _former visits Dr. Mtch has :_ound it utteriv • ble to irive all the attention he could have d_^_itt 1 f' " _' number who delayed _visitine him until the kft '_*'8 thronged upon hftn. during the last few days of his »JM _- _inencs. ' : *¦ FPUr And Dr. Fitch wisheg it furthermore distin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

H'IDEJ, _OTI, AMD _liBATHteRsSTOBE_, i_£_t KmKPATRICK *SO_^SNo. 21'Si THIED 8t,1» wees Market and _Chestnut Btreets,_<Phnaaelphia, h»«fe _91 ?^_J Greea'fitted _Patna' Kipi; Tanner's _OD.Taniief WWS_*_-** »t;«»,Iowest pricer, and upon the te terms.., , . . " . r *r_^p M kMdB of _Lather in «* _nrngh wantedfe wMchtte|Wghest,3_MAetJprl081wHl be given in casha taken to exehange for Hide_». Leather toredfwwof cbarn andsoldoncommission.3 ; a \<A'<-r •¦ ;•'¦::".;¦ ..• • . ¦ ¦¦ jig-te " _^ _A«^_WCF_^P^»l»_SfWP_« ^»aE _NATIONAL M&Bai j&Xm COMPANY-fWalnnt _Stieeli Sou_4 West corner of Third, Philaaelpliia?" Incorporated ty the SUteiof Pennsylvania. ¦ : _^Money is receijredjnanysnmilargeor smaDasd interes . mf_£_t°? ^«?°Pe .*?rery dayvftoia _H o'clock in ttie morale? _™ _ntol) tiufd«^?' _TP. ¦ _* ?<?*>y**_m_^ Interest;FivePerCent. . _* r . .... ¦ .. . .. • A11 smnsjlarge or smallare' paidback_^ in gold, on aemani without nonce, to any amoun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

BATES OF DISCOUNT. OOEBECTBp WHBKXT JOB. THIS _SAPJRB. PBNNBY1VAJIIA., . MSWJXBSbV&BBLAWAXI. Banks of Pittsburgh, ' par AH solvent banks, % Banks of Philadelphia, par VIRGINIA. l Bank of Chambersbnrg_, \£ ah solvent banks , 5_£ Bank of _Gettysburg, _U »nR™ p*nmTWi ' BanfeofMiddletoTO_, Q ... _*_£R ™ . _CAKOLUTA. Bank of Newcastle, % AU BOlvent banks » 3 Erie bank, _, % _SOTTTH CAROLINA. Farm. 4 DroT. _Waynerib_'g, % All solvent banks , 8 Franklin bk. Washington, par GEORGIA. k JHawisburgbank, \C AU solvent banks, , 8 _Honeadale bank, % _TENNEaaira Bank of Warren, % 11 gnliA\S8n ' York bank, S All solvent banks, _« Belief Notes,- % KBNTUOKT. All other solvent banks, par AU solvent banks, % _, , OHIO. INDIANA. 8tate bank, _andinranches_, V State bank and branehei_, '% All other solvent banks, % j MISSOTTBI. NHW _ENGLAND. Bank of State of Missouri, % AU solvent banks; r _' % ' _WISOOHSIK. UK* _TOEK. ¦ ( Mar. A Fire Ins. Co. checks, 6, New York City, par MIOHIGAjr. - Country, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

Settir Cak_^_Bf_^_e_^ _^if_^R _Commimion SerT1 _?,' $ ¦ j».. , .« a»»!_fcviri._i AST ' '>l-:_> ¦ - :¦-. ¦ __ ¦ ¦ m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

_no^>KL _AHO . _JTOB _.fb-imtti-jigT_" ^; MP"5i««l_*orlb«ar, being provided with Steam _Prw* PrCTBeBjMftag_^eati Tariety of PrtottogTypes and oth»f: _tures, is prepared to execute every description of r _Pamphlet Card_^,>Bil&, Labels, *c. V °f B<<! Blank DeedB, Blank Books Paper and Stationary m» on hand.' * ?< • : - . J. T. 8HRYo6k R _Si _HiTTER. PJLATJBD WARS —-~~_- " -0. ' . i ; " _~ '' r • • - ¦¦ "'' " Manufactured bv > ' . ,, „ ,, JOHN O. MEAD A SONS ' The 'oldest and most, experienced zlbcxbo phtees _ir, ,1 ;,- , •- .ICnited'Stitefci ™ _^ TEA SETS AND URNS, _ <v . -. ¦ .,•:. ¦ .. j., -- ,.- prrCHERS, ' GOBLETS, TUREENS, *c.,Ac _^ , ...- , . ow . ¦ ' The most elaborate and richest _patterna ' ' • ¦;.;• ¦ ¦ - ¦ .. ' ¦ - ¦ • .inr Amerk».« . ¦ ' . .. ' " , " also. ''' • SPOONS, FORKS. LADLES, 1ROT3F, TEA AND »i», ...:_•:... •; KNIV|S,ETC. m " No; IS South Ninth: Street; above _Chegtnnt _«/ , a '1 * _' Near the _GirardHon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

Christian Experience.—Two remarks of Kev. John Newton "respecting his Chris _t tian experience, are well worth considering.1 Thet ,first is as follows: <<I seldom have an, _uneasvu doubt, _atJeast_, not of any continuance,'respecting my pardon, acceptance ,- and interest in all the blessings of the New Testament." The second remark is this: "Jf I was_^to compare, myself,i to, .others, to ' make_, their experience my standard, and was _nofe helped1 to retreat (_tov the 'sure Word of Gdd_* as my refuge_^ how'h' ar'd shouldJ Pfind it_^tb1 lot in,thef matter.J,i ,lb¥ j,_lC _o._^-._»-,.,fr4 „„ _, lti, a «<Jf »*t*> _Imk *'_|&' tq ,i_«i*j '*| "_(d ,_w*,a'tH _iifittilzt J. ' .ca

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

H_^°F_/I_^.H _S> SHOKS,*B€|OTS _ABTD SHOES, JOT r-_^_AMES_^OBB_.No.siTSIarketStree_^ _Detweea _tt »arket?Houseand«Fifth _Street, would call the attentiond Ms mends _. andcustomergj and all others who may favor hit with their trade, _thatifor the future he _wOl be found at M' e_»Sn«» Store;ras!above,wiiUi_^:an:entirely New fitockc: SootejSaoes_, Gaiters, Slippers; Palm LeafPedal, Tustin, mi Jraid _Hatfiy &C4 consisting in part of Gents'Fancy Open Boote _j Congress GaitersOxfordfiei'4c _^ Ao-Ladies'._MisBtt ? ¦ pMdrens' Fancy _ioots, Gaiters, !Kes, Slips, Ac, Ten wauttful; Boys' and Youths' Dress Boots, Shoes, Ties id *umps.-. ,.-. . •, ..;.,- .•,- . ;,, _ta;H_%«tocK is one of the largest ever opened in this citv, a embraces everything worn by the ladies of Philadelphia ui New Yorkand, hotrusts, cannot ML to please all. Gra: care has been taken jiu selecting the choicest goods, all whichhewarraittts.f .:,; .. ¦¦ , ¦ ••¦ ¦ .. ¦ ' ¦ ! He also continues to manufacture, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

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