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

f" ATK ISSUES OFTKK AHERI • Mii - CAN TRACT SOCIETY, 308 Chestnut Street, Pbila delphta. _;, . .. The'Family Bible, with, brief notes and instructions, maps andtables; includiog the references and marginal- readings of the Polyglot Bible. Oom _' wkte In one volume, 1619 pages, Bvo.'i Embossed sheep ; Price $2,25 ' . ¦ ' ' . . . Why Do I Live I A kind and ardent appeal, showing the true end of life, the duties of the Christian in the varied relations he sustains, and his encouragements and motives to fidelity. Pp. . 206, _lflmd. 20 cents, or 30 gBt. Postage 7cents.:• ; \,<,y_^.i< ¦ ¦ .¦*;¦ it-;. . ¦ -,..: . ¦;<_- . ¦•¦ .,¦ :u Emelie Rpyce Bradley. Ten years a Missionary in Slam. Pp. 176,18_mol 15 _centa, of 25 gilt. Postage 6 cents. ., Religion in Common Life. A Sermon preached before the Queen of England. Vounaed on "Notslothful in business, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord; " : Pp. 45,18mo. Paper covers 3 cents, or 10 gilt. , . : YourSinl: Isit Safe? By th...

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

1_IT«8T TROY BELL FOUNDRY. _W -. . . . , [BstablishedIn 3826.] BiSLLS. The subscribers have constantly for sale an as-BELL8. sortmont of Church,' Factory, Steamboat, Locomo-BELfiS. tive- tlantution,. School house, and other Bells, BELLS, mounted in the most approved and durable manner. BBT<LS. For: fall' _particulars as to many recent improve-BEOLS. ments, warrantee. dUmeter of Bells, space occupied BELli?. in Tower, rates of transportationAcsend for a BELLS. Circular. Belts for the 1 South delivered in New BELLS. York. Address * v _^ A. MENBBLY'Si SONS; Agents,!;;: _myie _r epw-tf :,. West Troy, If. Y. _. - KVfl. JABEBS AliEX&NDER'S WORK OS MW _SAbBATH SCHOOLS—Price 75 centH-.ju«t _Published andforsalehy JOHN B.DAVISOB_? ,myl6-3t ; r ' 61 Market Street. HOLLOWAT »SPILLS.-THBFinSC. TIONAL derangements incident to females are entirely prevented by _n resort to these pillsat the periods when they usually occur. They have a most happy effect on all complaints peculiar ...

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

The arrivals from' _abroad "for ' the lastTreek, hp-ve been rather barren of3 news; and as onr columns are much pressed "with home matters, ire shall make but little use of the foreign journals: '¦ .. ¦ . ' ¦ " , : .. 6*i»t,B*_l[|»itt. * , _" ' _ ' ., ¦ The newspapers contain " the ' farewell ' address of Mr. Bright to his constituents at Manchester, intimating his intention to retire from public life. Such a feeling is natural:tola man in* shattered health, in the first moments of Ms disappointment, and the irritation which- .arises from what he may ' well be' allowed to " consider popular in gratitude. We trust, _howevei, ttiat Mr; Bright will live long enough to re-bbnsider his determination. There are few,questions on: which we agree with the honorable gentleman; but opposition: cannot blind us to his _neryous _eloquence,: his vigorous and masculine sense, * his indomitable tenacity of purpose, andj abofe 'all,_f his uniinpeached honesty. England cannot spare men' like him f...

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

' The Crops, &e. ;, A grain operator of Chicago reports to one of the Chicago papers, that he found in a buggy ride from Naples to Peoria, Illinois, no less than two millions of bushels of grain in store, at and between those points, and not a small surplus remaining in the hands of farmers. _U; The Cleveland Pldindedler says the prospect for a beautiful peach crop iu the Lake Shore region is excellent. Bwffai.0 , May 11.—A propeller started from the dock on Saturday morning, and is still blocked by ice, a mile and a half from the light house. " There is no ice moving down Niagara Biver to-day. , The Indianapolis Journal, of the 4th, states that the prospect for fruit in that region is good. Apples, peaches, and cherries, promise an abundant yield. ! " The Cincinnati Gazette, of the 4th, says, **The lovers of fruit may rejoice in hope. , The peach, cherry, pear, and apple trees are full of fruit blossoms and buds. If not destroyed by a Very late frost, the fruit will be ...

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

SIT W. WAJLLACK, ,-.- ., . ,r . ,.. .¥¥ • STEAM MARBLE WORKS S 310,321, and 323 Liberty Street,- opposite Smithfield Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. Monuments, Tablets,' and Grave-stones always on band. Furniture and Wash-stand Tops and Imposing Stones, made by machinery, in less time "and better styles than can be done by mere manual labor. Particular " attention is paid to the manufacture of • ¦ * ' . ! MARBLE MANfEL8, i _• of which we have generally-on hand, in _eur Mantel Rooms, h. large variety of beautiful patterns, made'of the finest For'«lgn and Domestic Marble. Builders and property owners are invited to examine onr stock of. Mantels, as we are persuaded that after doing so, and learning bur prices, ($15 and upwards,): hundreds of persons who now consider them beyond their means, will be unwilling_,to remain longer without purchasing one or more. They are an ornament to a room, are always neat, require no paint, and cannot take fire. - ' ' - " ; ':- ¦-¦•¦¦¦ _ ¦ < - ¦• ¦¦•-...

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

Mercantile Education. One of the most useful Institutions for young men who have chosen mercantile pursuits, is without question, the Iron City Commercial College in this city. The pupils there are not only instructed in the theory of Book-keeping and details of mercantile matter, but receive an actual, practical education in all the minutiae of business, by teachers who have themselves had actnal business experience ; and those who desire it, upon becoming competent, are pretty sure of being inducted into good situations, by the Principals, who have an extensive acquaintance with, and the entire confidence of, the merchants of Pittsburgh.— Chronicle. ,

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

JOBH A. RESSH&W, . _'- (SnoceBsor to Bailey * _Renshaw,) - ' 233 Liberty Street, Has _jost received his Spring stock of choice Family Grocerieg , iocluding " ¦ " , '' "'" ¦¦_'¦¦•¦ •••- ¦ _^ * - >¦-. ' '160 -ht chests choice _Grisen and Black Teas; : 60 bags prime Rio Coffee;,,, -. ¦» _> ¦; . , . 25 do. do. Laguayra Coffee; . 85 mats do. Java do. 4 bales do-j Mocha ... do. " ' 20'barrels NewJJforfc Syrup; . _; 5 hhds. Lovering' 8 steam 8yrnp; ¦ ¦¦ . 12 do. prime Porto Rico Sugar; • 50 bbls. Lovering's double refined Sugar; 25 do. Baltimore soft, do. do. -Also—Spices-Pickles, * SaucesFruitsFish, Sugar-Cured Hams/Dried, Beef,'&e, Ac., .wholesale and retail. Catalogues luxnished , giving an extended Ust of stock. --¦:_;apli8-tf ' ¦ ' ' _¦ ¦: .; ' ••; -;; ¦' .-. --¦ . .'

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

Thb _Bxtbdkm, MtraiDaB Case.—New Yobk, May 10—It is reported that the authorities have obtained a clue that will bring to light the real murderers of Dr. Burdell, and that they are now engaged in effecting their arrest. The_.publio are exceedingly anxious for the development—as thus far _^ih! ends "of justice have_^Keen completely balked. . . .. .-_$¦ _>_, . ¦ . _ - _ _, _^ ,j -, . ~ ¦ ,: = ¦¦ _• ¦ ;

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

_^KSTRAL ACADEMY, AT _AIRT VIEW, %_S _._Tnscarora Valley, Juniata County, p_*., one-fourth o a mile from the _PerrysvUle Station, of Pennsylvania _Rai The Summer Session willcommenoe on,Monday, the lflttl of April. '. Whole expense _persesslonl ot Hwimfy_^wo weeks, for Board , Room, Tuition, Washing and Incidental» ,$56, payable one-half In advance, • /s t i-. "*jW_^8ee'C»wnla»K_4 _^ i^<^®UA^'mMffl_* : - • marlMy Principal and Proprietor, Port Royal P.O.

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

Thb entire distance from Charleston to Mem phis is 75j6.mile8, and from Augusta to Memphis 620 OTles? _ffa*_fbliojvs!: :; ¦ ¦_Charletitbn1 i^|Augusta 136.milesriLu gnsta to Atlanta, 171?miles;"_At_; lanta to Chattanooga, 140 miles ;• Chattanooga tc Stevenson, 38 miles; Stevenson,to Memphis, 27_fm_1ie s; Total, 766 miles. _"_^ *Pw - Thb new cent will be distributed to the public shortly. A million are already completed, and two millions more will be finished before the Mint commences paying them out. Col. Snowden declares that since the establishment of the Mint the large amount of eighteen hundred tons of copper have been used up in the manufacture of pennies, making 150,000,000 of pieces. The quantity of Spanish coin still in the country is estimated at two and a half millions of dollars.

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

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

. • 5" " _^ _HlSTORY _* VF ' THE1 'PRBSBYTBBIAK CHTJBOH IN America, fromritSi'Qrigin until the year 1860, 'v _^ith'5Biographit cal Sketches of its early MinisfcSi'_s, by Rev. Richard ' Webster; with a Memoir of the Author, by Rev._^C. Van Rensse' j A _*laer_$ 3 D.D\r aod'an Histobicai'IntroducTtioii, _*_v *Vf'Rek'Wm: Blackwood, D.D. pp. 720 ^^0. , u Philadelphia: Joseph M. Wilson. For ' sale by J. S. Davison, Pittsburgh. ' • j ' »" a ti3?iis book is the<production of a good man, de-4 .•( ?oted_, to the Master's cause, ardently, attached to , Presbyterianism, as the _trviiy Scriptural type of Christianity; a patient investigator of historical * ' trefoil; and delighted to trace the ' principles and * incidents connected with "its' implantation and progress in the land, of his birth ' ar_^d country of his love, Mr. _Webster1 Vras a devoted mtifsionary ? and faithful pastor, > and hence could not devote the time to y, which haveproduced we ume to _atuay, wmon mignt ...

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

was about fifty miles. "With what conflict of emotion would Abraham journey along the valley toward Hebron ! What a night of prayer would he spend while the two young men and his son were asleep, not yet, perhaps, aware of the intent of the journey, nor of the heavy sacrifice the father was commanded to make 1 The second night, he may have rested upon the hills of 'Plebron. Perhaps associations connected with his old encamping place at Mamre, and with ' the view he had thence of the destruction of the cities of the plains, might fill him with fear and yet with hope. Oh, how muchj would Abraham desire to know the way _iu, which the promise, here formerly made to him, would be fulfilled, that Jn Sarah's son his " seed should be called!" _^However pleasant the associations connected^>withs former happy years, spent in " the oak groves ' of _' Mamre," might be, yet in con> nexion with the present self-denying duty urged upon the attention_^ these rWould hardly provoke ...

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

,tt lilt lor the Presbyterian Banneiyana Advocate. _. Bible Narratives.—No. 29. ABRAHAM ' S FAITH? ! TRIUMPHANTJE-fGEN. xxii: 1—19. _" _*r It was now more than, a quarterofia century since1 ' Faith had been counted to Abraham for righteousness.—Gen. 15: 6. During this period,- however, faith had its trials and'failures of full and proper manifestation. Sarah had become the tempter/(_Gen.xvi 2,) Abraham yielded, ' and unappointed means were employed to fulfill the promise. With views'too earthly, 'and faith a,nd hope yet clouded' as with the fogoff early morn ing, a path was taken which brought trouble to himself, schism into the family, and enemies for the people of Crod in other _ages. The effect is still visible upon the Church, in the hostile attitude of the Arab bands, and the 'ottfer ' followers * df' ' tnVfalsej|>_g>phet of Mecca. This trial/)however, did Abraham good. He learned enough by it to make him more ready, fourteen years later, to take God at hi...

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

BOOTS AND SHOES, BOUTS AND SHO: —JAMES ROBB, No. 89 Market Street, bets** Market House and Fifth Street, would eall the atenr his friends and customers, and aU others who may lav with their trade, that for the future he will be foncJ. New Shoe Store, as above, with an entirely Sew St Boots, Shoes,' Gaiters, Slippers; Palm Leaf. Pedal. Test::. Braid Hats, &C4 consisting in part of Gents' IV.rc} Boots. Congress Gaiters, OxforiTies, 4c, *C4 Ladko'. * :. and Childrens' Fancy Boots, Gaiters, Ties, Slips, i-j beautiful; Boys'and Youths* Dress Boots, Shoe_^T:--, Pumps. -,f • , His, stock is one of the large rt ever opened In this -j-.v embraces everything worn by the ladies of P._hfladel;b ; New York, and, bo trusts , cannot fail to please all. care has been taken ,m selecting the choicest good-: which he warrants. He also continues to manufacture, as heretofore.¦ _scriptions of Boots and Shoes, and his long; experie over twenty years in business in this city is, he _trwts ficien...

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

_stobcMr* from the Leisure Hour. The Sprig of Lavender. BY THE REV J. WEIR ' , D. D., XONDON. Yes, 1 have been wearing a, sprig of _,lav-f ender in my coat all day long! The 26th of September is with * me an anniversary day, and _,the .sprig of lavender vividly recalls the memory of a scene of peril _^ and deliverance., _- ,. , _,_t ,,,lt , , _^ T The sun rose bri ghtly this, morning, .and, through a cloudless <_tsk y he has -passed upward and onward to his rest. \ It was, otherwise on the-26th<df September , 183L On that day a lovely scene wa_£ Jt made _" gloomy and sad by black clouds eareering through, the heavens, and by the angry ' winds/ wtiich'in fitful gusts swept over the waters 4 of a? _baywbicii lEhVdaybefo_'re sh' _onf in the Bunlight like a sheet of silver._^ On that morning, I had gone forth with a younger brpiherj as we we're'wppt tq."do,J jaljong the* shore. We had recently bee a introduced to a young gentleman, the son of Captain O • He was a d...

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

C OI.BI5KT»S _KSVELOFE MAS _< -r TO&Y, 55_>_i South FOURTH Street, belo_* - _ , PHILADELPHIA. 'Envelopes, Die Sinking and Engraving, Biei- '¦¦ _I_±pe8 _£tMr ?l_«d _^^ *™* »**b Ci-ds, _HoiDKopr. -i . %$_& _*_%*****aBd _Panted _fltoecfiOM, Paper Bat- • : _cultariste, groeers, &c.} for _^ nmag _mp gaj4 _« _^ cufa_^N™f<> °£_*U Hnd8 'yU: Cards, BOl-E-1 _JSSSPHIS*of Visiting and Wedding _Oardr.*; velopes to ' fit exactly, of the finest English, _^-" Aineriaui _i paper. _^ . Envelopes made to order of any size, qualic-_e _eruption. Conveyancer's Envelopes for deeds, ar: "a paperB}<4c , made in the beat manner by _^ lli01 _**™BWl *by ¦Kx P re88 » or MPer agnws-_' _U» OB. SABBATH 8CHOOU. »¦ -' _' JP CLASSES, ANDFAMItYIKSTBtCTU_>- '_^Prof. _^ Jacobus's Notes on John, new tditkm. jc _^ Mark and Luke, mvj- -' _Catechto1B °°iS °n _^ R"Le, _^nter_«_aviu_?tt : o_. SSffli"**---_*,,, _f _rt v .O1 » ''he two volumes bound in one, -...

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

_INTERESTING! PUBLICATIONS.— The Presbyterian Board of Publication have lately added to their Catalogue the following valuable and interesting books for the Sabbath School and the Family: 1. A Dav with the _Haymakers. Written, fur the Board of Publication. 18mo., pp. 72. Price 15 cts. " ' 'I The First Sabbath Excursion, and its _Consequences 38mo., pp. 72. Price 15 cts. 3. William; Bartlett, or the Good Sen; The Contested Seat; Lessons of the Stars; dud Who is the Happiest Girl? _ISido , pp. 1C8. Price 15 and 20 cts. *_, 4. Learn to Say t. -_>, or the City Apprentice. Written for tbe Board of Sublicatum., 18mo., pp.122. Price IX) and 25 cents. 5. Footprints of Popery, or PIaccb where Martyrs have Suffered. 18rao.. pp 177. Price 25 and SO cts. 6. Rhymes for the Nursery. _ISmo, pp. 91. Price 20 and. 25 cants. 7. Select Stories for Little Folks. Compiled byAddie. 18mo , pp. 216. Price 30 and 35 cts. 8. Kenneth F _rbes, or Fourteen Ways of Studying the Bible 18mo , pp 336." Pri...

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

_THK_.CHAMP_^OH _LOCKS,OF THE WORLD, are only striplings In cost, ($6 to $9, or if made gunpowder proof$10 and less atlfiolesalej' _^e test which they have endnred is unparalleled! _Thetteat eat lock-pickers in the world, stimulated by the _oto,of» L_^n Teiai_™ifor HeT £ral y_^. _^ve soughfin vain for a cine to pick thorn. They not only bid defiance to all lock pickers, but the offer of Two Thousand _DwS_£« ° foi _nfafe ing s continued to June 1867, with,ample _Saa7an_£P The world is challenged for a competitor _,_toT _product.took of equal value, for five times its _cost.whether it is used for the specie-vault, night latch , or desk. " 8.H.-W00DBRIDGE , _„ _avvr READ THIS. PerthAmbOy' N-J' mi i3SK^««**_KBSSfti_£ ', ¦«"» OR r _~-~ _—. ' BiylO-tf - ana lumbermen_^ acauMitlon to «°n master*, stock feeders; £pow_«r, or no war oni-tr _" _._?.!!!? 5 C0BBtrj, who have surplus -thelrfestatMhment._^t_!0 ^?10 _"1 «* thewj miI1 »int ° _tf_. _these millH2_?_inchl7_i 8r_^lily)bcnefittaeinse...

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

IT IS NOT A DTKI-PRESlDti J. H. EATON, L L D . Union University, _Mur_^ Tennessee, says: " Notwithstanding tbe _iireCT;_n . , Mrs S. A. Allen's World's Hair, Restore . Ac. the y; "!' . of lnir ceased, and my grey locks -were reston j" _;. " ._? original color." " _Bev. M THACHER. (60 years of age.) Pitchtr. f_; -,.. Co., N. Y.: "My hair is now restored to itsnatar . and ceases to fa'I off." REV. WM CUTTER, Ed Mother's Magazine, X. t hair is change_^ to its natural color," Ac. REV. B. P. STOVJC. D. D., Concord. N. H.: "M\hiir,v was grey, is now roeton-d to its natural color.' ir REV. D CLBND KNIN. Chicago. 111.: «I can ad ] - Umo v, and recommend it to my friends" REV. D T. WOOD, MWdletown, N. Y.: « My owe > ,-greatly _thickened • also that of one of my family. »_v becoming hald " KlsV.J P. _TUSTIN, Charleston, S.C.: "Ttie whu-; becoming obviated, and new hair formiDg," &c. REV A FRINK, Silver Creek, N.T.: 'It has _vt a good effect on my hair, and I can and have _rcc...

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