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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

, _JliSBUECfflb JUKE 6, 1857.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

ing to _v.tie —« wore Mossed thing to cite thao to Let evt_»ry minister aim to _increaen the eontribu-|k hie church no (hat they shall amount to at least {•a ywr, on _ilie average,for every church-member_, ¦g all Hip titln"« into store-house*, mid _bpb if the Sh ot pour us out a blessing, so that there shall not Bough lo _rmivo it Hiring named brethren a»o put in nomination bv _Httfu to fill vacancies now occurring in the Board, I—Thomas Creigh, I>. " P.William S. Plumer, ice I'otts, D, I),, .!. \V. Alexander, D. D., J. N. O [„ Ed. D. Pinitli _. 'D. »., _Thos, Smyth, D. D., Gardl-\, D. D., John Grayl>. D . John W. Yeonmns, D. n Frame, Alexander _Mncklin, D. D., Allan O, D. D., KHsUa P. Swift, D. D., Win. D. Snodgrass, -Thomas PringleEbenezer Platt, Alexander W, _leuben H. Walwortb, Samuel Winfree, John D, &hn iino, Kohert L. Stuart, Henry McKeen, H. H. Tan Gelder, Stacy G. i'otts, Samuel Burtis, J» [Town. _Selnh Matthews. |r enforced the principles of this re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

,,JMew School General Assembly. .- _v. _^ S .lSCftMDBAT-_^iidayiMay._aa. V,,_^ ' . _; After the opening exercises this morning, the Moderator announced the Standing Committees. ' ' ' ¦ ' The next topic of _generai interest .was .the. selection • of the place for the next meeting of .the Assembly.- WilmingtonDelaware. TroyNew YorkChicago, Illinois, and San Francisco. Californiawere, nominated. There was some sectional interest manifested during this vote. The result, however, war a Western triumph,' Chicago received 98 votes, Wilmittfrton 78, Troy 21, and San, Francisco 1. Chicago was therefore selected.' : '; : ' • The report of the Committee on the Presbyterian House_, was then read by Rev. B. _JT. Wallace, Secretary of the Board of Trustees. • ¦ - • f The report stated that at the last meeting, of the Assem bly, $15,000 were asked for, in order that the amount due on the purchase of tbe house might be paid. A simultaneous collection was voted by the Assembly to be taken up in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

||CGH MILLER'S WORKS. r ' ' : . _' . ' ¦ .. . ¦ ... . .. ' ..It ' the new volume. ' ¦/ . "" . ' ; , • . ' This Day Published, : . ' tun " . ' TE 8 T-IMO NY O F TUB R O CK 8; ¦ ': .-,, ' ..¦ ,•.: "¦ _- • ' —OR— -. '., ¦ . -' .... _IHBi BEARTNGS OF GB0L0GY ON THE TWO THEOLOGIES/NAT_0R4L AND REVEALED. : _i . With one hundred and fifty-two Illustrations. To which is prefixed Memorials of the Author, embracing a* minute and authentic account of his death, with other _matters. lvol.,12mo. pp.510. Cloth, $1.25. , CONTENTS. Lecfure. 1. The Pafseontological History of Plants. 2. The PaUeontological History of Animals. _5. The Two RecordsMosaic and Geological. 4. The Mosaic Vision of Creation. 6. Bearing of Geology on the Two Theologies, 4c., Part I.. .. 6. Bearing of Geology, &c. Vatt H. 7. The Noachian Deluge, Part I. 8. The Noachian Deluge, Part II. 9. The Discoverable and the Revealed. 10. Geolosy. of the Anti-Geologists. 11. Recent Fossil Plants of Scotland, Part 1. 12. Recent ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_dtotefl Disc—In McEeesportPa., May 3d, Frank C, eldest son of Dr. James B. and Isabella Huey, aged 12 years. Dtin—Tn _McKeesport, Pa., April 25th, _Maogie Ahw, youngest daughter of Mrs. Margaret Coale, in the 7th year of her age. ' ;, _' .¦ . ¦ / ' .: ¦ . ¦¦ ¦'¦ ¦¦ •'¦ _¦ •-¦ :¦.: ¦ ¦ ' • Drej>_-—Near McKeesportPa., May 11th, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. "David Patterson, Mrs. Martha Thompson; _fbmerty of Washington Township, Westmoreland Co., Pa., in about the 78th year of her age. - Brab—At New Concord, Ohio, on the 6th of May, of dropsy, arising from _scarleiin*. _Kuik _Snowdek, _daughter of Rev. Wit and Iucind»B. Willson, lately of Fairriew, Pa., aged 4 _yeanTand nearly two months. ' '_^It is welL"-y_": . ' ' '¦ • ' ' ' ¦ ":" ' •¦ ¦ - ¦ ' • ' : '¦¦ > '¦ ¦ _' DrEB—At Jamestown, _Yentintco County, on the 9th inst. Barah AuotA, daughter of W. C. and Isabella Cross, ag«d 4 years and 7 months. Alicia was an only daughter, of rare beauty and promise , and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_PROSPBOTUS PRESBYTERIAN BANNER AJHD _JUbocate. Tbe Banner Is published weekly, in the _citlaa of Pitts! barghand Philadelphiaand ia adapted U general i>t_^autiof In the Presbyterian Church. TERMS IN ADVANGU, »»,«« per year. IN CLUBS of twentyand upwards. 1.26 « " DELIVERED in either of tbe cities, 1.75 " « ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. For eight line*, or lessone insertion SO cents; each sub sequent insertion, 25 cents. Each additional line, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion. For eight lines, three months, $8.00. Each additional line 25 cents. _, For eight lines, One Year j $10.00. Each additional line *1. Oaebs of two lines, $5 a year, and $1 for each add! tional line. _Bdsuwss Nonces, of ten lines or less, One Dollar. Sub additional line, 5 _' cfcnt_*. .-_*S>*Communication» recommendatory of Inventions, Me _Ofcal Practice, Schools, ftc. Ac, being designed for the pecu-Notices 611984 °f IndMdnals » »_nould be paid/or as Business Emit by mail, where no g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_Jflrtip Intelligence The steamer Arabia arrived at New York, May 28th, with Liverpool dates to the 16th _inst. Lord _Palmerston has introduced a bill Into Parliament to amend the Parliamentary oaths, omitting the words " on the true faith of Christian," thus admitting Jews. The Spanish Armada has not yet left Cadiz. The Mexican ambassador bad an interview on the _l4th with the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Madrid.—Spain, will send a special envoy to China, to secure a share in the commercial arrangements. Espartero has resigned Ms seat. The Correspondence relates that the King was discovered in a conspiracy to dethrone the Queen, and is threatened'with a trial for treason. Russia is fitting out an expedition from Cronstadt, with a special envoy to China. - * A son has been born to the Emperor and Empress of Russia. The returns of the Bank of France were satisfactory. The Morning Post authoritatively contradicts the rumor of the intended resignation of Lord Panmure, Minister of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

J P.WILLIAMS, - '?¦ - JOHN JOHNSTON, Vt-BW TEA WAniOHODgE-WHOLR CH SALE AND RBTA.IL.—WILLIAMS & JOHN8TOF 114 Smithfield Street, _Pittsburgh, (nearly _opposite the Cut. torn House,) have just opened a very choice selection of GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, Of the latest importations. Also, RIO, LAGUAYRA, AND OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA CO*- ¦¦ ¦ ¦ =- - • -fees; New Orleans, Cuba, Coffee, Crushed _anfl Pulverized Sugars, Rice, Rice-Flour, Pearl and Corn Starch, FarinaYeast Powders, MaccaroniVermicelli, Cocoa, Broma, Extra No. Iand Spiced Chocolate, Pure Ground Spices. CastileAlmond Toilet, Palm, German, and Rosin Soaps. Sup. Carbonate of Soda; Cream Tartar; Extra Fine Table Salt; Pure Extracts Lemon and Vanilla; Star, Mould, and Dipped Candles; Sugar Cured Hams; Dried Beef; Wtter, Butter,Sugar and Soda Crackers; Foreign Fruits, Ac, &c. This stock has-been purchased for CASH, and will be offered to the Trade, i nd also to Families, at very moderate advances, from whom we respectfull...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

_Eoto Tr«8_T»yterial. v Tfce PRESBYTERY Of _AtLBGIHENT OITY_, will meet »t Cross Roads, on the Third Tuesday of June, at 11 o'clock A. M. JAMBS AM.ISQN, Stated Clerk. The PEES BYTEBY OV HIGHLAND _wiJl meet at Mansfield, on the Ihird Tuesday (16th) of June, at 3 o'clock P.M. J. P. _CAIJDWELL, Stated Cleri. The PRESBYTBRY OF ' ¦• CO8HOC TON will meet in UhriehsviUe,on the Third _Tuesd*y of June, at 2 o'clock P M. ;. , P.M. SEMPLE, Stated Clerk. The PRBSBYTBRY Of _BLAiaSVILIiE will meet. accord-Ing to adjournment, at Poke Run on the Third Tuesday of J one, (18th j) at 2 o'clock P. M. ; • ::;¦ •; . ¦ .¦-r JAMES BATIS, Stated _Qerk.; The PRBS8YTBRY OF 6HI_3 meets ai Maiisfield, on Tuesday,;the 9th day of June, at 11 o'clock Ai M. : The PRESBYTERY OF NEW LISBON will meet in the Presbyterian church of Middle Sandy, on the Second Tuesday (9th) of June, at 12 o'_cliek M. JOSEPH S. GRIMES, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF FORT "WAYNE stands adjourned, In meet in _Wabash, on Tuesday, the 23...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

ADTERTISIM1NTS. PKARSON»S PRIZ1S ESSAY ON IN FIDELITY —The beautiful'octavo English edition of this valuable and standard work, will be sent to any address, post-paid, on receipt of $1.50, by J. S. ©AV1S0N. je6-3t 61 ' Market Street, _Pittebnrgh. _jxrWW AND _VALUABLE THSOI/_OOICAIi 1% WORKS.—The Bible and AstroBom> ; an exposition of Biblical Cosmology, _^nd its relations to Natural Science_, lly Rev-Dr. Kurtz. $1.25. The, Two Pilgrims; or, the Israelite and tbe Christian, on (heir Journey to the Kartbly and Heavenly Canaan. By Rev.P.E.Anspech. $1.00 ; Germany; its Universities, Theology and Religion, with _nketebes of Neanier, Thobuck, _Olsbausen. _Hongsfenberg, Miiller, _ttllman, io4 &o. By Rer. Dr. Sehaff. $tl.26. Schlati_^rs LifeTravels and labors. By _Hwrbaugh. $1.00. Jiiot_'receired and for sale by JOHN S. DAVI80N, ' _jeWt 61 Market 8treet, Pittsburgh:. HARVKST TOOI.S—100 Revolving Hay Rakes; 125 dozen Hand Rakes; ' 80 " North Wayne Grass Scythes; 3_q « « " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

TUSOARORA ACADEHY, FOUKBEB IM 1836.—The Summer Session of _thislnstitutiun opens on the 1st of May next. The last. Catalogue- numbers 160 students, from ten States of the Union. The Course of instruction is full and thorough, both as to preparation for business and for College. Students have been entered by the Principal at -YalePrinceton, Dickinson, Lafayette, JefferBon/WashiDgton, and Delaware Colleges. Location in the country, easy of access, healthful, free from temptations, and in the midst of beautiful scenery. The moral and religions influences in and around the Institution are all the most _anxious parents can desire. For Catalogues, containing full Information, apply at this office, or to :; ' J. H. SHDMAKER, A; M.Pr incipal, ' mh28-3m* •-' Aeadeiuia, Juniata County, Pa. _miTIIJU FURNISHING.-W. W. _WALLACE, LtJL 319 Liberty StreetPittsburgh, Pa., manufactures—Steam Engines, of ail sizes, warranted best quality; Steam Boilers, of stamped Jnniata Iron ; Portable Flour Mil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

B BISTOL5S 8_ARSAPARILL.A DESTROYS the .virus in the bloodwhich creates and sustains salt rheum, scurvyleprosyscabious sores, running ulcers, and all kinds of external Inflammation. It is the only Sarsapwilia which experience has not _repudiated. Children or adults are relieved of internal worms in forty-eight hours, by KEMP'S WORM PASTILLES, which are as pleasant to take as holiday confectionary. Sold by D. T. Lanman & Co, wholesale druggists. 69 Water 8treetNew York, and by all druggists. _Sarsaparil la, $1, and _PastiHes, 25c. per bottle. je6-lt HOI-tOWAYJS _OINVMKWT AND FIJI'S. —Provided with these remedies a person of the most delicate physique may brave any climate. They fomprehond within the circle of their curative influence, all inernal diseases, not Organic, and all tho varieties of outward inflammation. gold at the manufactories, No. 80 Maiden Lane. New York, and No. 244 Strand, London, and by all druggists, at 26c, B2_^n.. and $1 per pot or box . , jefr-lt _E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

, By Rev. Dr. Stockton, on the 14th \6t May, Mr. _Robsbt Ddnaidson, of Mt. Pleasant Township, to Miss Raceel, liaaghter of J. V. Walker. Esj., ot Cross Creek ' Town-Rhip, Washington County. Pa. On the 21st nit., Mr. _Tinlkt Pcott to _Misrf _Tebessa, daughter of Mr. Thomas Crawford, all of Burgettstown, Pa. Oh SaturdayApril 25th. by Rev. R. B. _Foresman , Mr. _Klias _Mbbrihoeb, of Upper Mt. Bethel, Pa., to Miss EcphksirA. _Lockurb, of Lower Mt. Bethel. Pa. On Saturday, the 23d of May, Mr. James Millir to Miss _Amoidi Baibd, all of Lower Mt. Bethel, Northampton County, Pa. On the 7 th of May, by Rev. J. P. _Cald well, Mr Wst. D _\niells to Miss M «rt Johnson. On the 27th, Mr. Robkrt H. 1in» to Miss Anna Jane Pollock—all of Knox County, O. May 21st, by Rev. A. _Donalduon, Rev.Thomas R.»Ei,w» to Miss MakiaJ. Elder, all of Eldersridge, Pa. ' ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

tor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Installation. Tbir Bey* W. M. _Blaekburn, recently of the Presbjterv of Lake, was installed pastor of the Park _Presbyterian church, Eriej Pa. _^ oh the 27th _inst: The _i exe_^_oiseB . were, of the most interesting character to the large and attentive audience. This young and growing church was receiving her first pastorand he was entering upon his first pastorate under very encouraging auspices. The sermon was preached by Rev. J. V. Reynolds, charge to the pastor by Rev.G. W. Zahniser, i>nd charge to the people by the Rev. J. W. Dickey, Moderator. A church edifice is in process of erection, to be completed early in the Fall. It will be an honor to the few devoted friends who have made it the burden of their efforts; and may the Lord make it a blessing to them and their city.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

ftiile : , ' forthe Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. I \ Mi Bible _Btoratives_>--?I!i>. 32. : _ISAAC' S MAmiAdE.-r-iGEN. XXIV. Three years after the death of Sarah, [and in the one hundred and fortieth year o£ the life of Abraham, arrangements are made for a journey to''Mesopotamia, to seek a suitable.companion for Isaac, the acknowledged heir of his father's wealth, and of; the covenant blessings promised from God. The eldest servant, the steward of the house, is called by Abraham, and put under oath. He readily expresses Ms sense of duty and fidelity, by putting his hand under the thigh Of Abraham , by making the needful inquiries as to the principles of selection, and by immediate efforts to accomplish the desire of his master. Though nearly_^lizty years hav ei fceennumbered since Eliezer of Damascus Is favorably noticed as a servant in high favor, (Gen. xv: 2 ;) yet, as servants then_^ as now, had lives equal to those whom they served, (Gen. xxxv: 8,18,) we_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

* For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate.. - _Ifce Late Bev. Lewis W. Williams, i ' Man is a pilgrim here. He _hap no abiding place j but acts " for a little _seasoa on the world's busy theatre, and then passes a_^f ay. Hilqdays are; as a shadoipr that :de-i _clinethi _' They are as a sleep; they are like grass which groweth,,upj, in 7; _&_$¦ .morning it flourisheth and _groweth _ixp j In the even ing it is out down and withereth. It seems to be the one great utterance of universal nature, there is a time to die. What yesterday was bright and beautiful; has no power to chann to-day. • The deceased could not put off disease, nor the death-chill. He, too, must realize, that it is appointed unto all men once to die. Having completed his course of preparation for the Gospel ministry, he spent the earlier part of life in the South, where his labors were abundantly blessed. Returning to Pennsylvania a few years since, he was settled as pastor over the church of Fannettsburg....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

Jfijr t|e Mm _^ Women V8. Sewing machines. We have been very much interested, says an exchange paper, in the question of employments for women, and proper (remuneration for them. In this respect, the question of the effect of sewing machines upon their prospects has become important. We have nowhere seen so full an account of the matter as in the following article from the Journal of Commerce , ;and we ask for it an attentive perusal: " Women are not yet wholly superseded , being extremely useful, in their appropriate place, in fact, absolutely indispensable; yet the improvement attempted in the sewing machine has exerted an important influence upon the social state. Besides -this, the machine, though of but five years' existence, has effected great mechanical results. "The sewing machine is being introduced* into general use, with a rapidity of which few have any conception. It has already been introduced to such an extent, that some calculation may be made of its effect, as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

;itmi& The Evidence of Blood. _, The following is sent to us, confirmatory of the distinct physical character of the human _hlood, as different from other blood: The medical testimony introduced in the trial of George Knight, of _Portland, Me., for the murder of his wife, has developed some highly interesting facts, going to show that Science can readily distinguish between human and animal blood. The evidence of several physicians was taken upon the question whether the blood found upon a certain knife came from a sheep or a human being, and it was decided that it was human blood. Dr. A. A. Hayes was examined as an expert in the matter, and he testified that the blood-was human; The _^Portland JLdvertiser gives the _following synopsis of the peculiar facts developed in relation to the subject:— .• • _- • • - -:•.- :¦ ¦ •. ¦ . ¦ " The blood of man, it appears, does not differ much from the blood of other animals in its chemical properties and constituents. But when sub...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

BOOKS AND SHOES, BOOTS AND _SHOL —JAMES ROBB,No.89 Market Street, betw«- Market House and Fifth Street, would call the attest!- ' his friends and customers, and all others who may iterwith their trade, that for the future he will be fonm;'_!_- New Shoe Store, as above, with _san entirely New Ste Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers; Palm Leaf, Pedal,Tnsti:_/. Braid Hats, 4c_4 consisting in part of Gents' FanctO- ' Boots. Congress Gaiters, Oxford Ties*c*c_^ _Ladies'.B L and _Childrens ' Fancy BootsGaiters, Ties, SHps,4en r_, beautiful; Boys'and Youths' Dress Boots, Shoes. Ti_«t Pumps. - -. - .;¦ ¦-¦ ..: , - . :• :¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . His stock is one of the largest ever opened In this _citj_, embraces everything worn by the ladies of _Pbiladelpllic New York, andbe trusts, cannot fail to please all. (h care:has been taken {in selecting the choicest _goods_,i: whichhewarrants, i- ; ¦¦- ;; .•' . •¦ •' • ; He also continues to manufacture, as heretofore, si: seriptions of Boots and Shoes, and bis long...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 6 June 1857

f ATE ISSUES OffHK AMBRI JJ CAN TKACT SOCIETY, 303 Chestnut Street, Phils delphia. . ¦¦ • ,.. ...- -, -.- =- ,. f . _- .. . ¦ . _, ... Tie Family Bible, with brief notes and instructions, maps and tables; including the references and marginal readings of ,tb.e Polyglot Bible. Complete in one volume, 1619 paces 8vo. Embossed sheep. Price S2.25. *-»—» Why Do I _Livefc A kind and ardent appeal, showing th» true end of lifethe duties of the Christian in the varied relations he sustains, and Ms encouragements and motives to fidelity. Fp.,206, 18mo. 20 cents, or 30 gilt. Postage 7 cents. Emelie Royce Bradley. Ten years a Missionary in Siam. Pp.176,18mo. 15 centsor 25 gilt. Postage 6 cents. Religion in Common Life. A Sermon preached before the Queen of England, founded on "Notslothful in business, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord." Pp. 46,18mo. Paper covers 3 cents, or 10 gilt. Your Soul: Is it Safe! By the author of "Lights and Shadows of Spiritual Life." A tender, winning appeal. Pp...

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