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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

Worthy of Kotice. The Methodists have > ever been a zealous peoplej 'in ' extending' their denominational _» peculiarities; and of late years their efforts on behalf of 'education have been exemplary. ' ) I _^Twenty-three yearsv ago, as we" see * it stated, t - y the: first Methodist missionaries were sent to ^' _^J tl|eTacific coast to ' labor among the Indians' , ,, in _* Oregon. ' Now they have two.well organ- j - ,j _^jizedjiConferences -there—Oregon .and Cali-/• _ifornia_^with an aggregate of 103 'traveling J'and 99 Icjcal preachers j 4,925 members, 7,-' ' 000 'children in Sabbath Schools, two Universities, and five, Academies under their control. . • * , . _~_+ _l_~_,

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate-Lake Presbytery. At an adjourned meeting of Lake Presbt*_- held at the chmch of Rolling Prairie, It"1 '.., Tuesday, the 28th inst., Mr. James M- >1C r was ordained to the work of an Evangel_^1 ' _^ sermoH was preached by the Rev. S C. t:r The Rev. A. _Y. Moore presided, and the K£ _' C. Brown gave the charge to the evangel_^1 The Rev. S. C. Logan, having received s'1_'1 cepted a call to the Fifth church of _Ctncf;. O., was dismissed to the Presbytery ofUBl natL _„ _, The Rev. J_^C. Brown, by order of Pr«^ reported a Pastoral Letter respecting the** ' pray jer-meeJingB, which was adopted, an"*. c to be read in the churches, and published * Banner: ¦' f * Aij ote»regular ,meeting, the Presbytery *a ' commended the Ashman Institute. t J. C. Beowk, Stated _Cie_*

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

Letters on Business.—Persons sending 113 lists -of subscribers,,and,-especially in( _, making remittances, will'p lease- direct their letters, always, (as requested above) to Rev. u David McKinney,'Pittsburgh, Pa. Serious losses have .occurred, bj a neglect of ?this request - >

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

'* North West.,"—We are pleased to see on our table, a letter from our Western correspondent. It •will appear next week. . i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

_^^^^_Rtor the and Advocate. _j_^^_Htfrial of McKim, far Murder. _jjw_^^^H[ _Holliuaysbuhq, May 8th, 1857. _S j fl_^^K_^DiToa:—I am a ware that you do nol _^^^^K jour columns with the details of crime, I_^^^^HLich, alasthe secular press groans from f_^^^Htb week ; but it occurs to me, that a sue-^^^^Hkccount of the trial which has just termi-^^^^_Hpin the Court of Oyer and Terminer, of the _^^^^E . of Blair, -whilst it may interest your _^^^^^B8 , may not be "without its moral lessons. _^^^^Hid S. McKim was arraigned before the said _^^^H | . on Thursday afternoon, April 80th, upon P_^^^^Bnnrge murder the first degree ; and j_^^^^B* patient and careful trial, which was conj_^^^Ht with marked ability on both sides, and _^^^^K lasted until Thursday afternoon, May 7th, pronounced guilty ; and, on the following _^^^^ft . iSw_^^H}gi afttir being heard, in a speech delivered *^^^KseU, and the purport of which was, a ¦ '< _w*J_^^Kenial of his guilt, he was sentenced to hM_^^^B_^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

Vor the Presbyterian Banner and AdYoc At a. Presbytery of Rock River Held its stated Spring meeting at Andover, in Henry County, in the new and very tasteful church whioh that people have lately completed. They have also just finished a commodious parsonage, the first in the Presbytery, setting thus an example for the large and wealthier churches. Bev. Q. S. Inglis was chosen Moderator, and A. W. _Loomis, Temporary Clerk. Bev. C. Levenworth was received from the Presbytery of White-water, and Bev. J. L. Bodaers dismissed to the Presbytery of Miami. ' ** Two newly organized churches were received and enrolled—" Heathland" and "Newton." This Presbytery has now eighteen ministers and twenty-six churches. from his Bev. J. C. Barr was released pastoral charge at Princeton; and Bev. J. L. Eodgers returned the call of the Sterling church. These two important churches are therefore vacant, together with three or four others, all of which greatly need and desire faithful ministers of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Presbytery of Dubuque. Dubuque, May 1,1857. Ma. Editor:—The Presbytery of Dubuque has just terminated its stated Spring meeting; and, by the direction of the Presbytery, I send you a few items of business, and some items of religious intelligence, which mayjaot be uninteresting to some, at least, of your readers. The meeting was held at _Maquoketa, a pleasant and flourishing village in Jackson County, where the Bev. J. H. Potter is laboring as pastor-elect of the Presbyterian church. He has been laboring there now one year, and his labors have been greatly blessed iu establishing and building up the Church. They are erecting a new house of worship, which they hoped to have finished by this meeting ; but the lateness of the Spring prevented; so that the meeting of the Presbytery was held in the Congregational church, which was kindly offered for this purpose. The meeting was opened with a sermon by the Bev. J. Phelps, I). D., the last Mod...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

||VGH MILLER'S -WORKS THE NEW VOLUME. This Day Published, ' tHE TESTIMONY OF. THE ROCKS; —OK- i' THE BEARTNGS OF GEOLOGY .ON THE TWO THEOLOGIES, NATURAL AND REVEALED. With one hundred and fifty-two Illustrations. To which is prefixed'Memorials of the Authorembracing a _minujjp and authentic account of his death, with other _matters. ' lvol., 12mo. pp.616. Cloth, $1.25. CONTENTS. Lecture 1. The Paleeontological History of Plants. 2. The Palseontologioal History of Animals. ' 3; The Two Records, Mosaic *nd Geological. 4. The Mosaic Vision of,Creation. _5. Bearing of Geology on the Two Theologies, Ac, Parti. 6. Bearing of Geology, &c. PartH. 7. The Noacbian Deluge, Part I. ' > 8. The Noachian Deluge, Part II. 9. The Discoverable and the Revealed. s 10. Geology of the Anti-Geologists. 11. Recent Fossil Plants of Scotland, Part 1. 12. Recent "Fossil Plants, &c, Part II. Nsw editions of the following Works by _thesame Author, are now ready, and may be had in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

_iDVEKTISIM_^NTS _4Fi _OtJIiD 4fc _trSCOI.lS_»S _VAtTJA.Bt.BJ PUB¦ %f[ _LiCATiONS_, for sale, at Publishers' prices, Jiy JuHN S. 1)_ATISON,61 Market Street1 . < Among "them are'the follQWlng:'-' . ' - ¦ ¦ ' ._':._!, • ¦:,¦; ¦ ., -.. • „¦ .«!. _' • ¦ ,.•< _' ..,-/¦.. HUGH MILIiBR'8 WORKS. TheTestimdny-of the Ricks. $li25. ?, ¦¦ _'._?,- >n ; My- Schools and Schoolmasters; or, The Story of My Ed ucattpn. $1251 :'f • ¦ "'¦• : : -- ' • -J';; _- ': '¦ *¦¦¦¦ The Old Red Sandstone; *1 00. r , ... The Footprints of the Creator. $100. First Impressions of England and Its People. 1 00. Geology of the Bass Ro;k, (Carter & Bros.) 75 cts. Macaulay on Scotland; a Critiquo by Hugh Miller. 25 cts, Kitto's Popular 'Cyclopaedia of Biblical Literature.. 3 00. The Natural History of the Species;, its Typical Forms and Primeval Distribution; by C. H. Smith; with' atfintro' duction, containing an abstract of the? views of Blumonbach, Prichard, Backman, Agaasiz, &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

Died—At_; Chestnut Level, "Lancaster County, Pa., on the 29th nit,* Asnie Elizabeth, daughter of Rev, LindleyC.and Louisa M. Rutter, aged 7 years. ¦' . •¦' .: , ¦ ; v », " Of such is the kingdom of heaven." _; • ; '¦ ¦ . ¦ _-• ¦ ¦• :_; DtXE—At his father's residence, in Bnrl TownshipWeEt moreland County, Pa., William Lemuel infant son. of John and Margaret Dugan, aged 1 year and S _months ¦ " ¦ « A bud of promise nip'dhy death? _> v Oh, no—upborne to _^ brighter _gkiea, i - ; T , ;: Where no lude wind, with icy breath, . , ,.= ' ¦ . ' . Msy blight a flower of Paradise." Dues—Of lung: fever, on the 14th of April, at Cambridge, Ohio, Mrs. WAU.A08. . . ? The deceased was the'widow of the late Rev. Wm. Wallace, ¦o favorably known as a pioneer of _Presbyterianisiu tn the Presb'y of ZanesvUIe. She was a woman of much excellence ' and was highly esteemed by all w_, hofcnew her. We believe she lived the lift) of a Christian, and died the death of a Chris tian. She expressed deep ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

J.P.WILLIAMS, .-. - - - JOHN JOHNSTON. SfSW TRAWARKHOCSE-WBOLS IU SALE. AND RETAIL.—WILLIAMS & JOHNSTON, 114 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, (nearly opposite the Cak_> torn "House,) have just opened a very choice selection of ,,,: . ... . . GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, Of the latest importations. Also, RIO, LAGUAYRA, AND OLD _GOVERNMENT JATA COlf FEES, New Orleans, Chba, Ccffee, Crushed and Pulverized Sugars, Rice, Rice-Flour, Pearl and Corn Starch, Farina, Yeast Powders, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, Cocoa, Broma, Extra No. l,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 _Kxtraetn Lemon and Vanilla; Star, Mould, and Dipped _Candies; go? gar Cured Hams; Dried Beef; Witter, Butter, Sugar and 8oda Crackers; Foreign Fruits, Ac., kc. This stock has been purchased for CASH, and will be offered to the Trade, end also to ' Familiesat werj moderate advances, from whom we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

_^^^L For the Presbyterian and Advocate. _^B' Another Church Blessed. ¦HI§At tbe recent communion of the Presby-HKn Church of New London, Pa., twenty-¦HH members were received on examination, _BflBhom seven were baptized. These were ra_^_H_*oi *^e _traits of a season of awakening _^^B _yed in the beginning of the last Winter. S_^^Her good fruits besides these have also _j_^^E eared; especially in the establishing of _^^Krhborhood Sabbath evening prayer-meet* _j_^^H Wi whichto the number of five, have _^^Hl_) eontinued with scarcely an interruption _^He present time. These have all been _^^_Hlrkably well attended, and by many who I_^^Bot members of the Church; and fears _Bj_^B_^t entertained that a sufficient number _j_^^H gBn could not be found to conduct them _^HB_^ave not been realized. Besides these, «^H& has been held a general meeting for IPflKr every Sabbath morning, in the church, f _^SflV* young men's prayer-meeting in the _. ™|^_Htooo. 81_^^K tnay _^e a&lt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner ana Advocate. Presbytery of Erie. ,: The Presbytery of Erie met at Mercer, Pa., on the 28th ult., and was opened with a sermon, by Bev. W. M. Blackburn, of Erie, Pa. Rev. James W. Dickey was elected Moderator, and Bev. W. M. Blackburn, Temporary Clerk for the ensuing year.. ¦ ' . : ' . ... ¦ - .-.. ¦ ¦ ¦ ,¦:. ' :¦ ¦ Bev. John B. Findley was received from th« Presbytery of Sidney, and his name placed upon the roll. A call from the congregation of Mercei having been placed in the hands of Mr. Findley, he declared his acceptance of the same. Presbytery then proceeded to install Mr. Findley as pastor of the church of Mercer. In these services, Bev. Jno. Y. Beynolds preached the sermon, Bev. David Grier presided and proposed the constitutional questions, Bev. James W. Dickey delivered the charge to the pastor, and Bev. S. J. M. Eaton, delivered the charge to the people. Bev. John W. MeCune and . Mr. P. A. Booth, were elected Commissioners to the General As...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

_HJORTH _gKWfcK_^_sjr ACADEMY/BEA. - i_^_i TEE COUNTY, PA.—Rev. Hkket Wxbbeb, Principal. The present Session will close on the 19th of March. The Summer 8essiou.will commence the THIRD WEDNESDAY IN APRIL. This Institution is designed for both Males and Females. Strict attention is paid to the _improyement of pupils in all those respects in which parents desire most to see their children advance. To add efficiency to the Musical Department,'the services of ,Prof. _Lardercr, late of Germany, admirably qualified for the stationhave been secured. Prof.'_JLarderer will also give instruction In the German language. For terms, 4c, see published Catalogue fe283m - , HI 8 TORY OF THE _PRBSBYTKRIAN CHURCH IN. AMERICA, from Its origin until 1760 ; witn Biographical Sketches of its early Ministers. By Rev. Richard Webster. . Published by ._authority of the Presbyterian Historical Society. Price $3.00. For sale by ' ¦ '-' ¦ . . JOHN S. DAVISON, , my2 St.,.,:- ,...... .. s. 61 Market Street. 1»...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

___ ¦¦ _jmam b ^_^_ ____, or thi PRESBYTERIAN BANNER AND The _Bumra U published weekly, In the cities of _HttiJ >nrghand Philadelphia, and is adapted to general _ointatatitoy in the Presbyterian Chureh. TBRHS [N ADVANCE, _>iCU p_«r y*ar. [N CLUBS of twenty, and upwards, 1 * _^5 * *? *a DELIVERED In either of the cities i.76 « u ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. lor eight linesor lessone insertion SO cents; each sub wquent insertion, 26 cents. Each additional line, beyond light, 8 cents for every insertion. For eight lines, three months, $8.90. Each additional line 16 cents. For eight lines, One Year, $10.00. Each additional line »l. Gauds of two lines, $5 a year, and _fl for each addi iional line. • _Bosnnss Nono«s.of ten lines or less, One Dollar. _Itcb _iddltional line6 cent*. , _J_^" Communications recommendatory of Inventions, Me Heal PracticeSchoolsAc. Acbeing designed for lie ptcu wary benefit of Individuals, should be paidfor aa _Bustneii Notices. ™ * *•.- ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

Markets. : - .. . • ; _Pittsburgh. ., _~ . _\: ,. _Pnt8BUBaH, Tuesday; May 12. Abhm—Pearls, 6_%@7c. Vote. 6@<_%b. Sods Ash, S%c. Apples—_w _one in market; would bring$4.50@6.00perbbl. Beans—Prime white, $2.62@2 76 per _bnah. Buitse and Eqob—Butter, prime roll, 18@2Cc. Eggs, B»cox—Shoulders, _^alOe. Sides_:11_^@11_U. Plain Hams, 12c. Sugar enred Hams, 13a_13_%_o. Brooms—Market well supplied: common, $1.25; better qualities, $l,50@2.00; fancy, $2.26@2.60. .. . . ( heesr—Western Reserve, new, lie ' .; old do., 12c. _Engliah Dairy, 14c. :- ': ;- ' . _- ¦;•¦¦• v-_^ii _'_; Mc-Ci: _' _^ «; •;•-¦: . - _= ¦ -.-. : i Dried Bebf—-13J^*14. . F«kd—Scarce; sales at $160 per 100 fim. _i >" Jeathbrs—Prime Western, on arrival, 50c.; from store, 55c. per E>. V •' ' ' ' '" '"' '' ¦ "* "; : Jwub—Wheat, superfine,on the -wharf, _J6.5O; _ftomtstore, superfine, $6.62@6.65; extra famUy, $6.75@6.87. Rye, $4.87 @5 00. ¦ " ¦ ¦¦'¦¦ ' . :'¦!.'_.», .j: - .>¦ •- . ¦ . ¦ . ->...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

_JW\ O C O W S VM FT IV E St AND _OTHBR _M. INVALIDS...... ! , .. .... ... . . :, -,' ¦ ,. . XXTX'ic ' SlVll OI1 _AB_^_OISTMESI. :¦ ¦ ¦'¦¦'¦:. , , DR. J. W. _SYEBS, .... ¦>,- ¦ . ¦ . ¦ ' ...-i _: , . ASSOCIATE OF DR. CALVIN M. FITCH, will remain at the ST. CLAIR HOTELPittsburgh, Pa., till _SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 20tHwhere he ' may he coa suited by those wishing _to_\avail themselves of Dr. CM. Fitch's system of treatment. ' , ;, „ . The combination of remedial measures adopted by Dr. FHch and Dr. _Sykes has been so amply testedand so abundantly proved to be in practice »U that it claims to bo in theory, that its originators do not hesitate to asserttbtt ' by their system, relief may be obtained in all'cases not absolutely beyondthereach of remedies. :< _^ J By _tMs plan of treatment, the advantage of Medicinal and Sthenoscopic Inhalationsis add«d to. that of appropriate inter na\remedies_; to renovate and sustain the _ttrength of the general system, '; and these wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

_^aktL t_^ A Friend of Missions is furnishing ns with Burgl&ryproof Locks, to sell and apply the entire avails to the cause of Missions. Their ' safety has endured the severest teBt; and we are allowed to sell them simply at the dbz. price—$4.50 to $6.75. Will not the friends of Missions give tut * calif In the _Presbyterian church, at Northumberland. Pennsylvaniaon Tuesday evening, thev5tb hub, by Rev. W Simonton, of Williamsport, Rev. Jambs O. Kbardon, pastor of.the Presbyterian oburches of Sunbury and Northumberland, to Miss Mart Apslet, daughter of Mr. George Apsley, of the latter place. ; In _Williamsport, Wednesday morning, May 6th Mr. Hoqh R. _Hor.ver, of Northampton County, Pa:, to Miss Jane _Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John K. Hays, Bsci., of, Williamsport, Pa. ,' On the 12th inst., by Rev. Samuel Fulton,, Mr. Jakes Tatlok, of Bedford County, to Mrs. Susanna O. Mdbpht_, of PUtsburgh,Pa.: _- :• .. •;. -v.s . _;. . , _, __ :¦ .,<.-;lyn ' . .;•;• /. On the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

$_pjs _i_^fflrtmttti Washington, Mat 10.—The amendment of the United States Senate to the articles respecting the Bay Islands, was altogether too unpalatable to Great Britain; and for this reason, mainly, the treaty met a fiat rejection. . ! , The recent confirmation of Lord _Palmerston in his position, by the people of England, it is well understood, also emboldened him in his action; and had the treaty arrived a few weeks earlier, there is no reasonable doubt but what it would have been accepted. Lord Clarendon was strongly in favor of the treaty as it stood; but he was overruled by Palmerston ' >nd his supporters. Hon. Bobert J. Walker will positively leave for Kansas to-morrow, having received full and ample instructions as to his course. _, ItJsunderstood that he will remain in the Territory about six months, when, rumor asserts, he will probably succeed Mr. Dallas as -Minister to England. ' May 11.—The official papers j ust communicated to Government by Lord Nap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 16 May 1857

TVSOA. &OB.A. ACADE1SYFOUNDED IH 1836.—-The Summer Session of thisInBtitution opens on the 1st of May uext,! The last Catalogue numbers 160 students, fromten States of the Union. .The Course of Instruction is fall ami thorough ' , both as to preparation for business and for College. Students have been entered by the Principal at'YalePrinceton, Dickinson; Tafayette_, Jefferson, Washington, and Delaware .Colleges. Location in the countryeasy of access, healthful, free from temptations, and In the midst of'beautiful scenery;: • The moral and religious Influences in and around the Institution are all the most inxlbu* parents can desire. For Catalogues, containing full Information, apply at this office, or to ¦ . ,„ J.H.SHUMAKBa,A.M.,Prindpftl, * mh28-3m * ¦ '•' ¦ _Academia, Juniata County, Pa. _nRESBYTERIAN " BOOK " ROOMS.—THIS M~ Depository is now well furnished with all the Knblications oitk& Presbyterian Board of Publication, and especially with those that are sui...

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