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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

'' ¦ ;;^ft:: t|e;'JOTlg, % \ A Tiger Story. Lucy and Fanny were two little girls who lived "with their father aud mother jra London. .When Lucy was six and Fan hy five years old , their tTncle George came home from India. This was a great joy to them ; he was so kind, and had so much to tell them about far-away places,'andv strange' people', and,animals, and things such as they had never seen. They never wearied of hearing his stories, and he did not seem to weary either of telling them, n One day after dinner , they both climbed on his knees, and Lucy said, ! " O, Undle,do tell us atiger story ? " "Very well;" said hey ^1 will tell you a story,about.a tiger; an'd!,,a.bab y, Vyhich happened to' sbmer friends of my own. : This gentleman and lad y had one sweet little baby, : and tbey kaa to-talfe' > loDg - jpurn^^ though a wild p»art : of India. There were no.houses there, and they had to sleep in a tent;1 ' That is a kind of house made of cloth by drivingxhigh sticks firm...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

KiTES OF DISCOUNT. 00BE.K0TBD WEEKLz JOKi THIS PAPBB.' PBNNSTIVAJIIA. NEW JBBSEY * DE1AWABH. Banks of Pittsbtttgh, par AD Bolvent banks. M Banks of Philadelphia, par vramsT * Bank 6f Chamberabrirg, ;* U ¦ 'i. ^JI^ BankofGtettysbarg, " ' g ^ WP^ankB ,. .% Bank of Middlatown, U KORTH CASOMKA. Bank of Newcastle, ,^ AU solTent banks, a Brie bank, f| ' ' SOUTH OAKOMKA. larto'. & i^renr. WaynesVg, % AU solventibanksr 2 tonklta bk. Washington, par . ; qeoEqia. gS^^;; %^^m^ 8 Bank of Warren, I TENirasSBa. York bank, It All solvent banks, • , 4 Belief Notes, > j| . KBNTirCKT. All other solvent banks, par All golv' ent banks, % \ ¦ . ' -OHio. -: - r ¦ '¦;• ¦: " - ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - ' isrMAHAi - ' ¦ ¦ ¦¦ Stete bank, and branches , % State bank and branches, % All other solvent banks, % 1 MISSOUEI . wbw^noiakb. Bank of State of; Missouri, % AD solvent banks, ¦ % WISCONSIH. . k V W* X(>R - ' Mar.<tlireIns.Oo.cheeks,6" New YorkC,^ par MICHIGAN. *S S5k ^^^II^ 8 verses o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 October 1856

JUST ISSUE D-J VCOBUS'S ISOTpS OM THE QOsPJil. BY JOHN.—Tbia is the third volume of a series on' the Evangelfsta. The following are a part of the many testimonies borne in favor of the former portions of the work: , . "These volumes display in a very eminent aegree the excellences which should appear in a condensed commentary on any portion of the,. Word of God. lliey embrace the marrow of all the best-writers and Commentators on the Gospels. The labor which they . must have 'cost; is immense, and could only have been 'devoted by one whose heart was in the work. The Harmony of the Gospels, which is interwoven in the Notes, aod the wonderful condensation <f facts and expositions, render both volumes extremely valuable."—iVcsfc. .Banner. "For 'valuable 'condensation, and accuracy and safety ot interpretation, we think it superior to BarneSj.and would advise its use in our Bible Classes."—Christian Intelligencer. "Admirably adapted to the Sabbath School, Bible Glass, and Bauii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Ministers WitbMt Charge. By looking over the Blinutes of the General Assembly, 'we learn, that in the Presbyterian 'Church, there is a large number of ministers of this character. Many of these, we doubt, are . superannuated ; they toiled in their Master's service while they had physical strength; and how, in '"hundred old age, they have retired froul'active litbor-Others, we are aware,; are debilitatetij God has laid upon th ' em Ms aMptive hand; " and disease has forced' them to' withdraw from a work 'in which their souls- delig htedi But, in addition to these two classes,1 we have reason to believe there is * a considerable number, whose physical and intellectual powers remain unimpaired,; ,wbo, for reasons best known to themselves, lave abandoned a work to which they solemnly devoted their lives. Why is this ? It is not because the Church has no need : of jninisters., Blany of our congregations that are, able, and willing to , supp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Tor ttie^Preeby terian Banner and Advocate. : - ¦ .- ,.', - - -¦ --¦:,,.- ' v "'••-.-] -. -¦ ¦ ¦ »': ¦ ¦ ¦.' <- **g -. ¦ ¦ •¦•. - Actioa of tie presbytery of. Gl|>rion oil the Siibject of TempefaaelkK ^ The following s paper on |he S ^Hopc^ ¦ Temperance:,waai^op^dih^Mb j§MkesbyteTy of Glaribn,'- at its last meeting, andji.directed to be published in the Presbyterig^i, Banner andAdvocate.*... . . uffeu , ' As a Presbytery, we wishtp ^express our continued and unabated; interest d|n the subject of Temperance. We feel- that no words can fully express, nor heart* oWceiye, the eBorrubus evils that flow from intphperanee, considered in'its civil, social ,' mop;I and religious hearings'.' -' .;• • ' ¦ •- ii;:t -^ i m ^" *': ": - ' We ate also of the opinion;ith^:this evil is on the increase in oub bound^aaid' most manifestly so* since the Tepealf»E the* late act of Assembly, to l'1 restrai'ffttjp-manufae-' ture and sale of intoxieating;|ifcn prsr" Though this law never ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

!- ,: ¦ •.. i 7or the Presbyterian Banner said Advocate. : Madison College—A Mistake Corrected. MS Editor :—-In: y6ur paper of; the ,4th>inst.j your correspondent ,from;Ohio,s'M. fY.jN.,-makes the following statements: ^Jtpth An trim and Muskingum Colieges,an> th|p,;Stajfe, . have ./been compelled to suspendrftlmpstall<?x&-cises, through the insubordination •'of'the * stiidenitS. ' If I ;am correctly informed, the 'former ;has entirelyj and the latter nearly s [ceased 1 operations." Now, r as th'e^ brother Aas not been 'i,correctly informed" with respect,to.-. Madisonj College,"located at Antrim, 0.,, ifeel ii due to that Institution, arid1to' the public that I correct his statenieritsl ' Itis'not'true th"at: "'Antrim (College has been conipelied to suspend almost all exercises,,through the msub0rdin%tJpA;C!f; $h? students," j nor.has shp "entirely.ceased, ppera^ns:". The fapt is,'that the regular recitations of this institution ceased only with ti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

for tMe Presbyterian. Banner and Adveicate. ^ ; : Pastoral JLelter of Jhe P^eslrytery of Biairsviile, to the Clmrclies under . :; " ¦ • • ¦ : ---- _': -; 'tMeir-Ciare;^-'';;/; - ¦;'•¦•• "' ; DbabBsbthreh:—An earnest desire to proriiot'e' ihe prbsp'erity of Zibri within our bounds, prompts us-tb'call-'your' sferious and prayerful attention1 to the subject of your, pastor's salary. " The, (Lord r hath .ordained: that they which preach the ? Gospel; should live of the iGojspel." "The^laborer is1 worthy of his hire!" *' If we5 have sown; unt<) you spiritual things ^ is it a^great thirig-'if we shall * reap your carnal thirigs!"d The; Scriptures' teach ithat it I is: the duty, of,Christianst to give a competent ;suppprt to those who labo/ among them in... word, and doctrine. Nor, do .they less clearly enjoin it upon minis'ters; in all! ordmary'circumstaricei, td make' suitabielprovision > for fBe ^ inaintenance .of1 themselves v arid. ?their', families.'; -: '*: Provi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

ior the Presbyterian Banner and AdTOCBte. * Presb^er^ ^ Hmi^g iflon. ThePresbytery of Huntingdon met in Sinking Valley, church, ;pn the . 7th inst. „ Besides, the ordinary business, Mr. 3.. H-, Mathers was ordained anEvangelist^ and Mr. A^M . Wpo-d s was licensed to preach. 'Mr. S. T. Thoinpson,and Mr. E; F. Wilson were dismissed as probationers; the one to the Presbytery of Fort Wayne, and the other to. the .Presbytery of Redstone.;i.; ;: _ . ; ,,, . !,.,..,,,.- . ,.; The speoial attention of pastors and churches wais; called to the ^mpprtance arid^ ^ present pressing wants pf thje Boa^d of Education.;^Tjae^duty of annual'conttriD j Utiprisi'to the Fund -'ot Disabled andSuperannuatediMMsterswasnrged, aadithe third Sabbath' - of; November- was named as alcpnvenierititime for theigifts v of sthe geople..3; Pastprs were nequested to interest themselves in the cir culation of "Webster^ History the Presbyte rian Church." liev. J. Elliott made an interesting report of Ms itineran...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

The Ball Room. Stop, motter I ,Whj deck tty etilii thus for the altar of fashion ?, -,Why send that daughter as yet untainted by -the affection and foll y of the world, to join with tboSe who,, having entered the outer, circle of the whirlpool of, fashion , are/^fc. .h^tening ^ ^ ore, to destruction. 6 thioEofe that immortal soul, whose destiny God has committed to yoxif Do ydujhink she'-'mp^be Mtfet prepared for the duties - of life/Wbe' fityd for. the society of angels in heaven , after laying been trained for the ball-rooui ; after havingliearned to love the so-called pleasures of the giddy dance f < No , there is a higher' destiny for that undying, spirit, than to be thus .decked, like the gaudy butterfly, to wMIe thenaidni ght hours away.. Better far that God had not given you so many talents, than that you should"Hury them thus forever. Let' us use the influence' tha^ the Lord has given us;'for *he good oMmmorfail soulsinfoilowing?^^pur)blessediMastei;. >Le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Ih 01 Bteubenviue ¦ met Uentre ¦' - ¥or; the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. ,':•> ¦ Presbytery of Steubenville. ^ 'e irresbytery m Unity, (Jctober the.Jth. j:Mr% Samuel Patterson was ordained; Dr^ Beatty presiding^ proposed the constitutional questions, land) made the ordaining Messrs, Merrill arid Watson were appointed a Comiriittee : tb install '"Mr.1 s Patterson^ overiiiPfeed Spring church. ;;Cue-half | of his time .iS;to,,be employed there, ,tlie other half at TJhrieksyille, in the Presbytery "of Coshbctbri. 'The iiriibn^bf these twp; churches in,one pastoral charge,!and in one Presbytery, being left to f attire arrangement and the action of We General AssemblyVPresbytery,-expressed: theii*; acquiescence in any,plan, whicL may be agreed upon between these congregations'. ' . : • The Second church, Steubenville, having presented, a call for tb.^ Rev. .Henry B. Chapin, ^e f^1 aii^razjedjj^ jirPsecute it^before iHe Presbyler>y W?New^5b]| l|i*K|Ms ?nnde^ollfia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

• ¦'";¦¦••¦ ¦ • " jSaftoT,; ' ¦¦ ¦ • ¦'¦ " ¦ < • -; •- ¦ . : Men who live by maDual labor are looked down -upon"and pitied, and it is not until they beeome independent of it—until their l>rpwn andrhorny hands grow somewhat white; and soft—drop the tool and wear the tawdry ring, „ that they are considered respectable and happy. It comes not within our plai to tracethe origin of this monstrous idea , which has risen-to such a reigning power over the civilized world.- -We aver, however, that it springs neither from true philosophy nor the Bible. , Physical labor is at Divine institution. .In the days of human in*jbceiice, man vras j>ut into the garden " to dress and keep it.w As a Divine-institutiop , instead of being-an obstruction .to true progress, it. is pne pf . his most effectiye and,ne-4!easary .means, to jpjponipte vigor o3f body, t &^$$8$j$!&i$^^ mighiy^fepire man1 #labof '^iM ^o&t Why does he require him to ply his physical e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Rev. A, B. ftua5r. A meeting of the congregation of Mbnaghan Presbyterian churchy Dillsburg, Pa:, was held in said church, on Monday,, October 6th,.-1856, and was organised by the appointment of James Porter, President, and Rlchey Clark,* Secretary. The object of, the im^etipg was stated by the Eev. J. A. Murray, whereupon the following tribute of respectwas unainnbuslyadbpted:' >; . > ->' ¦ Whbeeas, The Rev. Andergpn B. Qriay' formerly sustained to us the relation of pastor, for about ten years, during which time he faithfully andvacceptably discharged the; various and onerous ^ duties of the ministerial office,; therefore, Resolved, Th^tr we ;have heard witi feelings bf sorrow > of Ms death; and his memory shall be gratefully cherished by us. , Resolved, That while we bow submissively to the will of the Lord, we tenderly sympathize with, the bere'avedfatailyylnd¦aSfectionately;and prayerfully epmmend .^ them to1 the .care of Mm who '¦" reHeveth1 t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

^V For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Bf Baptism—-No. 3. ^B« {^n-w.ar%n 4-Ua annvatiHart nhamninn /\4r what availeth his washing" (loutro.) Here baptism is made synonymous with washing, baptizomenos being explained by loutrou. The allusion is to the law for the purification of the unclean, found in Numb, xix: 16—20. "Ani whosoever toucheth one that is slain with a sword in the open fields,,or adead body, or a bone of a man, or a grave, shall be unclean seven days. And for an unclean person, they shall take of the ashes of the burnt heifer Pf purification for sin, and running water, shall be put thereto in; a vessel; and a clean person shall take hyssop, and dip it in the,water, and sprinkle it upon the tent, and upon all the vessels, and upon all the persons that were there, and upon him that touched a bone, or one slain, or one dead, or a grave. .And the clean person shall sprinkle upon the unclean on the third day, and on the seventh day; and on the seventh day he sha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

B^r igraal Jotfrg. ^K The Spiri t-Land. H^nur, far beyond the scenes of earth, [|^H |Where j)leasures never fade, I^B^ere is a land of un told worth ; By God's own hand 't was made. ^ Hki,'! ^^ Hlq living water sparkles there, ^^tthe trt- e of life there grows ; ^^Kd heaven's pure, resplendent air, BB^Iow sweet she bends her boughs i ^^B sorro w, pain, nor anxious care, fBf Can reach that happy place; H^e sainta are blest in glory there, fUBS'bey sce tue ^r Maker's face. fwH^Mf never drop the silent tear ^ WUPwitlnn that spirit-land; ¦¦Bhrfriends and kindred, near and dear, j^BlE'er take the parting hand. eet ^^Kspirit-land! we fain would be . ~ I^Bwithiu thy sacred walls; ^^Et here below we still wo uld stay, 9^KJ7ntil our Father calls. ^Bhr miuJs are oft oppressed with care, [^B Our bodies rack'd with pain ; j^tt he hope of heaven, and fervent prayer, ^ B Our drooping hearts sustain. HBhtin earthly friendships prove untrue, HBpfe sec the subtle snare; m^B© spirit-land appe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

TERNS'- tl.50, In advance! or In ClulM f $1.85$ or, delivered at residence* of Snbicri-»*r», $1*10 , See Pro«pectw«, on Third Pag*. rKS KWAL 8 «hould %• prompt} a little while before the year expire*) that we »ay ¦take full arrangement* for a steady supply* THIRBD WRAPPER Indicates that we desire a renewal* If | however, in the haste »f mailing, this signal should he omitted, we hope on* friends will still not forget urn. REMITTANCES.—Send payment toy safe hands, when convenient. Or$ send hy mall, enclosing with ordinary care, and troubling nobody with a knowledge of what you are doing* For a large amount, send a Draft, or large notes. For one or two papers, lend Gold or small notes* ... . TO M AICK CH AJSTGE, Send postage stamps, »r better still, send for more papers} s»y $» for Seventy numbers, or $1 for Thirty-three numbers*. . • .-• ¦ ¦... ' ,¦¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ •: ¦ DIRECT all Iietters- and Communications to RBV. DAVID,McKINBTKY. Pittsburgh,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Professorship AccepteI).-—Rev. James Christie,, Di D,,has accepted, conditionally, the position to which he was invited in the Associate Reformed Theological Seminary, in Allegheny City. Vermillion Institute, Hayisyille, Ohio. Ihis institution is under the care pf Richland, Wooster and Goshpcton Presbyteries, arid numbers, per catalogue, 207 students. Males, 138; females, 69. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.—The annual meeting, of this Board, will be held on next Tuesday, at 4 o'clock P. M., in the city of Newark, New Jersey. It is quite probable that at this meeting the Education policy of the Board will be further discussed with much earnestness. / Mew Female Seminary. We learn from the Evangelist, that a new Seminary to be styled "Lake Erie Seminary," is about to be established at Pairiesville, Ashtabula County, Ohio. It is to be modeled after the celebrated Seminary of Mount Holyoke, at South Hadley, Massachusetts. An efficient Board of Trustees, and an Ag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Inadequate ministerial Salaries. We place, on our first page, an article from a pastor, which bears on this subject. It does not; enlarge upon the duty of the Church in the case. This is obvious, and has been much urged. Those wbo serve in the Gospel should be adequately sustained. It is their right from those whom they serve. But, what is an adequate sustenance ? This is an important inquiry, and the subject needs discussion. Would that which sustained a prophet be enough ? or that which sustained an apostle ? or the forerunner of Christ? or Christ himsalf? How much shall the pastor demand as a sine qua non f The Scriptures are not very definite in their directions here, though very instructive to the wise in heart, by their recorded examples. Sometimes ministers and people differ greatly in their views on this matter, very much to their discomfort, if not to their separation, and always to the great injury of the Church. A wise discussion might be greatly advantageous. We ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Presbytery of St. Clairville. A supPT.iEa. JSirminjfham.—Fonrih Sabbath of October, Mr. Scott. . Second Sabbath of November, Mr. Marshall; to administer the Lord's Supper. Fifth Sabbath of November, Mr. Mahaffy. Third Sabbath of December, Mr. Scott. Second Sabbath of January, Mr. Graham. First Sabbath of February, Mr. Mahaffy. Fourth Sabbath of February, Mr. Scott. Third Sabbath of March, Mr. Grimes. ' 4- • Freeport.—Third Sabbath of November, Mr. Dooland ; to administer the Lord's Supper. Concord.—^Fourth Sabbath: of November, Mr. Moffat; to. administer, the Lord's Supper. ; Sliliy>ater.-~-T)iir& .. Sabbath of November, Mr. Yinceiit.' * " ;; - "" '-''"' . '!'/¦" "' :-;'¦ . ! Presbytery installed the Eev. W. M. Grimes, pastor of the church of Cadiz. The^eraon was preached byiRev. John Marshall, from Ezekiel xxxiii: 7 ^ 8, ,95>|he charge delivered to the pastor, by Bey. Johji ^ Moffat, and the charge to the people,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

For tho Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Acknowledgment. <^Nbwvimb, October18th, 1856. Mb. EBiTOBi-^Permit me through your paper, to tender to the ladies of Big Spring congi-egationj Presbytery &f Carlisle, my grateful acknowledgments for the contribution of thirty dollars to constitute me a member for life, of the Board of Foreign Missions. * This mark of respect has been the more appreciated' by me, because the contribution necessary -was in addition to our annual collection for' that Board. Yours, truly, * James S. H. Hbhdebson. :¦¦ ' —-' -« •»? ' »¦- . • ' ¦¦ ¦ • ' -'' ¦ . . .

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