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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Tor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. A Teacher Wanted. Iowa City, May 20, 1857 SD*. M'Kinsst:—Rev. Sir:—With your permission, it is proposed to make the following statement to the public, through the columns oi your paper. A few years since, the State of Iowa donated a *oautiful Bpot of grouad, in Iowa City, for •educational purposes, which fell into the hands of an association, that started out to build an institution by the name of "f he Iowa Female iGailegiate Institute." _Thia Association projected a building estimated to cost.about $15,000. About $7,000 were expended, and the building partially erected. The original projector, and head and front of the Association, a worthy clergyman, died suddenly, and the plan upon which it was proposed to accomplish the object had in view, seemed to fail; confidence in the plan was lost, and it did fail, and there it now stands, after repeated and decided efforts on the part of the Trustees to forward the project. The Trustees are n...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

'¦'•¦ .__... _, . -.- ' [[ADVKKTIaXMBMT.j . .. : ,..., . . .. ,.* . : - ¦ " ¦': _ _-;^s..C.'M-I_^en ' and..Sjkes,_^ ' ;_fnj We publish the ' following communication from Mrs. Johnson, who, so far as we can see from, the letter, voluntarily gives the statement of her case for the benefit of the afflicted, and in * view of this, desires its publication. The treatment of these gentlemen in diseases of the breast and lungs has relieved many. ;It. would, be,.worth while , for those thus afflicted to give them a trial.. They will be here until the 16th of July.~C%?jisii«in Advocate, ¦ : :_' ¦ '" ¦ ' .-. - ';; ; •¦'¦: ' ¦ ¦¦ ¦: \ v->: , ¦*•¦*¦!A . n Smith's_#ebbt,; Beaver Co.j .Pa, June 5|l857_i J)rs. Fitch and Sykes—Dmr Sirs':4 Tarn truly grateful for the great benefit I have-derived.from your treatment, and > feJBl> >it, iny dujfcy_^ to make a public " statement of;theparticulars., _, , , <*. It is a litde_^ inore than a year since my husband took me ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Iron Qity Commercial College, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of'the Iron City College, held at the College Booms on the 26th day of May, 1857, Hon. , Wilson Mc-Candless was elected President of the Board, Edward Campbell, .Jr., Secretary, and Capt. David Campbell, Treasurer. -: ; . ;¦; •.-..: Members present—Col. Wilson McCandless, Capt. D. Campbell, N. P, Fetterman, Esq., Hon. J..E. Brady, B. L. Fahnestock, Esq., Ed. Campbell, - Jr., Esq., Alex. Bradley, Esq. On motion of Jasper E. Brady, Esq., the President appointed Messrs. Brady. Fahnestock and Fetterman, a Committee to report by-laws for the' regulation of the Institution. The Board then proceeded- to the election, of Dr. Lincoln Oldshue to fill a' vacancy in the Board . ' ';¦ ¦ _= ¦¦ • ¦; ¦' • '¦ ¦''¦' *¦ ¦ The Board then proceeded: to the election of the Faculty, when the following named gentlemen were unanimously chosen to fi|l the several chairs heretofore held by them respectiv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

*mtHtU #1 PXtftfftttPXti : . • -: \ . , ' ¦ " Fire,,;., ' V ' i: ,-,.-i . < _^ About 11 o'clock, on the night of the 2d of Jane, a fire broke out m the roof of the Western Penitentiary. It originated from a flew; - The fire was extinguished, after a damage of about $1,000. None of the prisoners escaped. An Improvement. The Allegheny Bridge Company have accepted the supplement to their charter; and an elegant ¦wire suspension bridge is to be erected, without delay, over the site of the present, structure. This Company was chartered .in 1816. Their bridge has, hence, been in use about forty years. It might stand for many years yet; but there is reason to fear a partial decay of the timbers, and the Company do well to haye it rebuilt. The new bridge is expected to be an ornament to the cities which it ' will connect. , Amusement and Instruction. The Panorama of the Russian War, now on exhibition at the. Masonic Hall, in this oity, is will worth * a visit. It will conve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

J.P.WILLIAMS, - - - JOHN, JOHNSTON. _jatfKW TEA WABKHOC8B-WROLB IK SALE AND REIAIL.—WILLIAMS & JOHNSTOy_, 114 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, (nearly opposite the Citt> torn House,} have just opened a very choice selection of GRJBEK AND B r.ACK: TEAS, Of the latest importations. Also,' BIO, LAGUAYRA, AND OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA 00*- " ' ' ;; ¦" ¦ FEES, ¦ - ' New Orleans, Cuba, Coffee. Crushed and Pulverized Sugars, Bice, Rice-Flour, Pearl and Corn Starch, FarinaYeast Powders, Maiccaroni, Vermicelli, Cocoa, Broma, Extra No. 1, and Spiced Chocolate, Pare Ground Spices. CastileAlmond Toilet, Palm, German, and Rosin Soaps. Sup. Carbonate of Soda; Cream _Tartar; Extra Fine Table Salt; PureExtracU Lemon and Vanilla; Star, Mould, and Dipped Candles; Sugar Cured Hams; Dried Beef; _Water, Butter, Sugar and Soda Crackers; Foreign Fruits, Ac, <6c. This stock has been purchased for CASH, and will be offered to the Trade, snd also to Families, at very moderate advances, from w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

The PRH_9BYTERY OF ALLEGHENY trill meet at Middlesex, on tke Fourth Tuesday of June, at 11 o'clock A. M. ¦ - ' NBWIONBBAOKBKi Stated Clerk. The PBBSBYTERY OF SALTSBURG will meet at Blderton_, on the Fourth Tuesday of June, at 2 o'clock P <M. '¦'-'" s ; .W._T_^.WOODEND, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF BEAVER will meet in Sharon, on the last Tuesday of June, at 11 o'clock A. M. • »; O. RKED, Stated Clorlr. The PBBSBYTBRY OT _STEUBENVILtiB adjonfneat_» meet at Amsterdam,' on toe Fourth Tuesday of June, at tek o'clock. ,; ; , jrOHNB.AGrNBW,.Steted Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF ST. OLAIRSVILLK will meet in _Morristown, on the Third Tuesday of Juneat 11 o'clock A._Mi JOHN _MbFFAT, Stated Clerk. The PBBSBYI1RY OF _WINNEBAGO will meet at Wiiaeconnee_, _Wis., on Thursday, June 25th. at 7 o'clock P. M. H_.M.BOBSRTSON, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF CLARION stands adjourned, to meet in Leatherwood the last Tuesday of June, at 11 o'clock A.M. ¦•' :• " '¦¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦¦' -! J<"':, B ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

for th_« Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. , Report of J. D. Williams, _Treasurer of this Boaebs of Domestic Mis* stoKs_^ Edooation, _Poblioatioh, Chbboh Extension Committee, ahd Fund ior Soteb.-AHMUATBD MlNISTBBS ASB. ;-.IHHIR JFAMUdBS_, fob Mat, 1857. . D0MBS3H0 MISSIONS. Stho» of VmmvxaB_^RkstmeP'by _t _iteund _^ Hmchurch, $26.00; Dunlap's Creek and Salem _churihes, 28.65; Morgantown church, Ladles' Sewing Society, bal. to con. Rev. H. W. Biggs an H.M., 8213; Kingwood, 600; Sandy Hook, 2.03. _Stairsvilte J»6y .• _Hawtaon City church, 4.06. Ohio T"b: Canonsburg church, 80.00. SXHOPO* _Auxobxsx. —Beaver P'pv: Slippery Hock church, 8.70. Allegheny P'by: Butler church, 27.25. _„ .__.., Stood o? Whhbuso— WathingtmF'by: Forks of Wheeling church, 85.00; Pennsboro', an elder, 2.00. _StettbtnvtUt P'bv: Two Ridges church, 80.50; Cross Creek, 600; QaK Ridge, 10.60; Island Creek, 22.00; _SteuhenvUle 1st, (Mrs. Mclaughlin, 12 50,) 18.00. JST ew Zisbm fby: Long's Run church, 15.1.0; Hubfca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

lor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Little Aughwick Church. In accordance with public notice, a meeting of the Little Anghwiok congregation was held in the church, on the 25th of May, to take into consideration the dissolution of the pastoral relation between the congregation and the Rev. W. S. Morrison, when the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whereas, The Rev. William 8. Morrison, our beloved pastor, has requested the congregation to unite with him in asking Presbytery to grant a dissolution of the pastoral relation now existing between them; therefore, _« Resolved, That in concurring with him in such application, we feel constrained to do so only by a deep sense of its being indispensable, from the present enfeebled state of his health, rendering him unable, at present, to discharge his pastoral duties. Resolved, That it is with deep and heart-felt sorrow that we are thus called upon to part with our beloved pastor, who has so diligently and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_JHftTKeto Plttabnrsii. _FiTiBBUROu, Monday. June 8. Asmts—fflnris. 6_%c. Pots, 6@8_%o. Soda Ash, 8%c. ¦_Rb _ak*—£2.62 per bush; _Btjitsr and Eoes—Butter, Rood roll, 12@14c. _Iggs, It_^l2o. . BicoJ?—"Primfi Shoulders, lC_^^_SfHc, Sides, 13. Plain Hams, 12J^(?B12J_4c. _Sn ear cured Hams. 14. Brooms—-Common, $1.25; better qualities, $ 1.60@2.00; _fatwy. $2.25_®2.fiO. Chreiif—Supply _lieht; Western Reserve, lie. Dried Bwa?—14@_15. T>rikdTruit—feaclies, Js3 60. Apples. $2.25#2 SO. "Fkathfrs—Prime Western, on arrival, 50c. ;from store, 56c. per 9>. Feed—From store, at $1.60 per 100 lbs _Fu)br—Wb«»t. _unperflne. on the wharf _und from _waftnn, ?7.00; e_^tra. $7._^507 37. P'om _storn. siip»rflnn. $7.37«a 7.50; extra, $7.62@T.7S; family, do., $7.87@8.00 Eye, $6.00 @6.25. - Orais—Oat«. 63(^55c. Corn, 80@86c. Bye, $l,00@1.0S Wheat, *1 60©1.60. Hat—-$10 00«ai4.00 per ton. TTibbb—Drjr'FIInt_,19(a20} green, 8c. Lmsd—No. 1 dtv. 14_^. POT/wox?—$1.6201.75. S«ros—Clover, _t6.50@T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Report of H. Childs, _Tebasureb of thh Boakd of Foreign Missions, for Mat, 1857. BLAIRSVILLl PR1SBYTERY.—Bnelah cOng., $53.00: Poke Run ' , 68—$121.00. STBUBeNVILLE PRESBYTERY.—last Springfield cong., _1232; do. to educate a boy in China, named Joseph Knox, 15.00; 1st Steubemrille cong.. 60.00; do. do., 18.00, 12.60 Of which is from Iff*. McLaughlin—$95.32. WASHINGTON PRESBYTERY.—Burgettstown oong., 21.00; Bethel, 11.00; Newton, •14.00; Madison, in part, 12.00; the Young Ladies' Mis. Soc. of Washington cong., to con-Mr. Samuel A. Clsrlte a Life Member, 30.00; Upper Tea Mile cong., 12 97—$190.97. OHIO PRESBYTfiRY.—1st cong._LawrenceVille, 6.00 of which is for the Caldwell Missien School in India, 33.86; 2d church Pittsburgh, ad, 5.00-.S38.36. ST.CLAIR8VILLS PRESBYTERY—Beech Spring cong_^_d., 3.00; Crab Apple, 96 00; Wegee, 9.00; Short Creek12 00; Wheeling Valley, 12.00; Concord, 12;72; _Martinsville, 18.36-«16308. ZANKSVILLW PRESBYTERY.—B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

lor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Testimonial. The following preamble and resolutions..were adopted in relation to the death of Mr. George H. Craig, of Cambridge, Ohio,' by the Erodelphian Literary Society of Madison College, at its late meeting: Whereas, It has pleased God in his wisdom, to remove from our midst, and from our companionship, G. H. Craig, who was associated among us as a beloved member, and had become endeared to us by many hallowed recollections; therefore, Resolved, That we, as a Society, and as individuals, deeply regret this separation, and shall always retain, with feelings of gratitude, and respect, a memorial of our departed friend. Resolved, That by his death, this Society has been deprived of a worthy member, and the College a diligent and assiduous student. Resolved, Tbat we sincerely¦ ' sympathize with the afflicted Mends and relatives, in their bereavement, and note the mysterious workings of Him •« who doeth all things well." , Resolved, That...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_ffipri_^ In Bloomfield, Clinton CountyIowa, May 26th, by Rev. J. H. Potter, Mr. W. O. _Himrod, of Lyons City, to Miss E. A. Newkiskof Bloomfield. In, Fairfield, Jackson County, Iowa, March 19th, Mr. Kli T. Marlow to Miss B. J.Blakkly, both of Fairfield. _i On Thursday, May. 28thby Prof.,Wm. HvitSreen,,of> Princeton, N. J., Alfred _Dickissox Qbeen, JUsq, of Burlington, Iowa, to Miss Mary T.1 Keskbd_^. , : On the 2d _inst., by Rev.f John McCIintock| Mr. _Alsxastoeb. Booohnbb to Miss P_*by Minor, both of areensborb'j ! P«. • On Wednesday _^evening, May 27th, by _' Rev. Ot, Van Artsdalen, _Samosl R. Lyons, Esq., of Philadelphia, to Miss Mart, eldest daughter,oft. Win. Neeley, _Baq., of Union, Lancaster: .County,Pa. -_^i ¦•¦ " ¦ -_»_' >^* a ,.- »._'.-_^f-_• ¦ -i--m» «:. _^v. .fj i On May 27th, in Elmwood, Peoria County, HI., by Rev. John C. Hanna, Mr. Wawbr J. _Okton to Miss, Jahjs IS. Jud-Bon, both residents of Klmwood. y ; i ,:¦>. ¦¦! ¦ .;• ¦ >.;' On ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Application for an Injunction. A letter front Harrisburg .to the \New York Commercial Advertiser,:says, on " the highest authority,'* that a few days ago, a joint letter was addressed to the Judges of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, by Henry D. Foster atid Charles E.. Buckalew, late members of the: Legislature, asking the Court to hold a special_; Session in Philadelphia, on the 12th or 20th of this month, for the purpose of hearing an. application by them on behalf of Henry S. Mott, Canal Commissioner, and others, for a writ of injunction to restrain the Governor from selling the Main Line of the public works; that the Attorney General has been duly notified of the fact, and that the Court 'Has' the matter under advisement, and1 wHidecide in relati on to it in a few days. . . - Progress in Delaware. : The Wilmington Republican, in speaking of the folly of emigrating to the West, and the inducements to remain at home, _says:" The increase of the value of land in bur State, fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_ADVIRTf SEMEN TS MC RE1Y 4k I* A HH AM* 8 _FLORIDA _WATJiR is culled from odorous tropical flowers, the perfume of Which is concentrated, and indelibly fixed in the preparation. _*or fifteen:years, it has mainuined ,ita supremacy as an accessory of the South American toilet, and is 11 ow demanded here by-the whole fashionable world.' Sold by D. T. Lanman £ Cowholesale druggists, 69 Water Street, New Yorki'and 'by all druggista,at 50c, per bottle ¦ ¦_-' >, - _>:•., =.-.: Ki'i_¥ - >*.. _t; ¦ , ¦ _¦ ¦• . ¦••_Jel3-lt_^.:_7 HOLIiOWAY'S _PII<_Ii8*—A AEHEBYIN ALL CLIMATUS—Letters from every region of the earthand the testimony of the most distinguished travelersestablish the feet, that In all climates and _localities these famous Pills are an absolute specific for bilious disea8e«Vdyspepsiaand bowel complaint*. - •""• " ¦ _£•'>'.'. ¦ Bob. at the manufactories, So. 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and No. ' 244 Strand, London, and by all druggists, at 25c, «...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Celebration. There has been quite a time at St. Louis, Cincinnati, and some other places between the East the West, on the occasion of a new connexion being completed between the sea-board and the great river. This connexion is * by the Baltimore and Ohio, the Western Virginia, the Cincinnati and Marietta, and the Cincinnati and St. Louis Bailroads. We greatly rejoice in such improvements, though we cannot always commend the spending of so much time and means as are usually devoted to the demonstrations, on the part of the public. ¦ . ; - St. Loots, June 6.—The celebration here today was a magnificent affair. 1 he excursionists landed at the levee amid the salutes of the artillery and military, and were escorted to carriages and omnibuses in waiting, and conveyed through the main streets of the city, to the Agricultural Fair grounds. ¦•¦ • ¦ .-. . . -. ¦¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ . ¦ • ¦• .v.:;._v"!' ;;.;.; The procession was two' miles in length, and there was an immense congregation at the Amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

: ' ' \ Kansas. -,- . , .^\.; ' ,,, Governor Walker has arrived at Lecompton, and made his introductory address. He pledges himself to enforce the laws, and also to secure to all the people their rights: There is great reason to hope for a, preservation of order; and that finally the people will have the making and administering of their own laws. We see it stated that the Democrats in Convention have pledged themselves_E to:havev the new; Constitution fairly submitted to the people, and so to conduct the election of such delegates as to " secure to every citizen of Kansas, without reference to his party or individual views, the enjoyment of Ms constitutional rights, and an equal voice in the adoption of those political institutions which he will be called upon to respect and obey." This is an ' important movement, and will be highly favorable to the prospects of freedom in Kansas, if carried out.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

TT7S _CA.RORA. ACADKMY, FODKDKD IS 1836.—The Summer Session of this Institution 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 thoroughboth as to preparation for. business and for College. Students have been entered' by the Principal at YalePrincetonDickinson, Lafayette, Jefferson, Washington, and Delaware Colleges. Location in the country, easy 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 anxious parents can desire. For Catalogues, containing fall Information, apply at this office, or to J. H. SHU MAKER, A. M., _Principal, mh28-3m* , Academia. Juniata Connky, Pa. MILK _ITORNISHING.—W. _DT. WALL ACB _» 319 Liberty StreetPittsburghPa., manufactures—Steam Engines, of all sires, warranted best quality; Steam .Boilers, of stamped Juniata Iron;. i Portable Hour Mills; Smu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

•,Lake Supebiob Matters.—The Ontonegon Miner says that the cutting up of the great mass bf native copper at the Minnesota Mine, is going on, and that it will require a year or more to get it into pieces. Several cuts have been made five feet deep, and its thickness increases toward the centre. The Miner,says: s *?The product of the Minnesota for April was 370,650 pounds, or 185 tons and,550 pounds. This is the largest amount of copper ever taken from a mine on Lake Superior in a single month, and probably the largest ever taken from one mine in the world during a similar period. Consolidated European companies have, in a very few instances, taken out as much from several mines under their charge, but as the monthly product of a single mine, the April return at the Minnesota, is without parallel in the history of mining, as far as we are informed."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

¦mrmw and valuable _thkolooicai, 1_^ WORKS.—-The Bible and Astronomj j _au exposition of Biblical Cosmology, and its relations to Natural Science. By Rev. Dr. Kurt*. $1.25. ...« The Two Pilgrims; or, the Israelite and the Christian, on their Journey to, _Jthe Earthly and Heavenly Canaan. By Rev. F. R.Anspech. $100 . ' Germany; its Universities, Theology and Religion, with sketches of Neander, Thobnck, _Olsbausen. Hengstenberg, Muller, Dllman, Ac_* Ac: By Rev. Dr. _Sfhaff. $1.25. , _Schlatter!sl.ire , Travels and Labors. ByHsrbaugh. $1.00 i Just received and for sale by JOHN S. DAVISON, a j«Mt n ¦ -u • ' 61 Market Street, Pittsburgh. H OK8, HOBS.—40 DOZEN BEST OAST 8TE_8L solid shank Hoes, uf various sixes, Hat sale by „ S _jeB_^tt " _^ ¦ ""JAMEBWABDBOP. in: _HWBjiS« _"CHtIBN»»-1_^V% RAlN>J?6ED AB " _»AB-\j RBL 0HUBN3,of varipususes, warranted. 4e6-2t - " JAMES WABDBQP,

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