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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

pt fal 43TAN EDUCATIONAL MEETING will be held in Bethel Presbyterian church, on Thursday, the 30th of October, at 11 o'clock A. 51. Addre»ses will be delivered on the occasion, by Kev. Bra. Brown and Howard; and also b» Mr. Wortanet, anaiiTeof Syria. The Christian public, and all frienas of Education, are earnestly invited to attend. f RUSTBBS O B1 WESTERN 1HEOLOGIC1AL SEMINARY. —1'lie regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the We stern! 1'hnolofeical Semiuary will be held in the Lecture Room of the First Presbyterwn Church, Pittsburgh, on the Second Tuesday (11th) of November, at 10 o'clock. A. M. R. WRAY, Secretary.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

Fresbyterial Notices. The PRESBYTERY,OP RED9TONE will meet, at Round Hill, on the third Wedne»day of November, at 1OJ^ o'clock. Also, at McKeesport, on Thursday succeeding, at the same hour. " J. McCLISl'OClC, Stated Clerk. The FRESBYTFRT OF ALLEGHENY -will meet at Union , on the First Wednesday of November, atll o'clock. A. M. NEWTON BRAOKEN, Stated Clerk. The PRB3BYTERY OF COSCORD stands adjourned, to meet in Siatpavillo, Iredell County, N. O., on the First W&l aesday %u November, «t 11 o'clock A. M;"* K. H. LAFFERTY, Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

By Rev. D. RobinsoD, Mr. John Y. Cbawobs to Mies Mart J. Creaton, all of Col. County, O. On Tuesday, 14th nit, at Georgetown, B. C.,s by Rev. J. R. Eckard, of Washington City, Rev. Danibi, Motzer, of Montgomery County, Md., to Fansie L., daughter of the late Bush rod Washington, of Georgetown. Oct. 9th, by Rev. Wm. McCullough, at the house of Mr. S. N. BIcCreary, Mr. Jesse B. Collar, of Buffalo Grove, Ogle County, 111., to Miss Ann AIters, of Fairview,Erie Co., Pa. On the 14th ult., by Rev. A. Barr, John Mo&bisox, M. D., to Mrs. Caeomxe Wilson, all of Columbus, O. Oa the 16th ult., by Rev. Joseph E.Kaasau, Doctor John L. Clakk to Miss Mary Jhnia Curtiss, all of Warsaw, N. Y. On the 16tli ult., by Rev. Dr. Charles W. Nassau, of LawreBceville, New Jersey, Rev. Joseph E. Nassau, of Warsaw, New York, to Miss Euzabeth W. Fkakk, daughter of the late Dr. Augustus frank, of- the latter place. Oct. Mth, by Rev. J. . McCHntoek, Mr. John C. Mooee to Miss Maky iMillikin, both of Carmi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

Died—In this city, on the 26th ult., Mrs. Hannah Crawford, formerly of HolUdaysburg. ita,, in th» fiith year of her age. ' , * Died—At the residence of her father, near Hopedale, Harrison County, Ohio, Sept. 23d, Miss Eliza Jakis Holmes, of consumption, in the 18th year of her age. • ' ¦ ' MBS1E3ST0 MORI. •' ....'. Calm on the bosom of thy Qod, Dear Jennie, rest thee now! * Even while with us thy footsteps trod, His seal was on thy brow. : ¦ ' wtrai Dust to its narrow house beneath 1 • Soul to its place on high 1 They that have seen thy look in death, No. more may fear to die;' ' - : M. T. Died—At his residencej near New Alexandria, Pa., Oct 10tn, Mr. JASitts Wallace; iu the 53d year of his age. This good man had served the church, of Salem lor several years, in the capacity of a Ruling Elder; and for sometime previous to his death, he servtd the church in New Alexandria in the same capacity. He loved the sanctuary, the prayer-meeting* and the family altar, lie manifested a te...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

.ADVERTISEMENTS. MA N S FIE L D FEMALE SEMINARY A BOOT WYE miles from the city, near the junction of the Noblestown aud Washington Plankroads—JJ. M. Kkbr, Supeiintendent; Mrs. M. A. KiaaR, Principal. The eighth, or Winter Session, of this Institution will date from Tuetday, the 4th of Sovember next. A¦: limited number can board in the family of the Superintendent. Tekms—1'er Session of five months, one half in advance: Boarding, Lodging;-Fuel, and Light, $00.00. Tuition— Primary Department, $10.00. Junior Department, $12.00. Senior Department §i5.00. For further information, address the Superintendent, Pittsburgh P, O., or call *E A. M. English & Co.'sBuok Store, No. 76 Wood Street, where he can be seen every Saturday.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY!—PROFITABLE AND HONORABLE EMPLOYMENT! I—The subscriber is desirous of having an" Agent "in each County and town of the Dnion. A capital of from §5 00 to $10.00 only will be required ; and any thing like an efficient, energetic man can make from three to five dollars per day. Every information will be given, by addressing, with a stamp to pay return letter, WM; A. KINdbER, nol-3t* Box 1228, Philadelphia, Pa., Post; Office. POL AND PABSBYTERIAL ACAOKHY, MALE AND fc'KSIAl-E.—This Institution, located at tiie pleasant and healthy village of Poland, Mahoning County, Ohio, is under the conjunct supervision ot the Presbytery of New Lisbon arid the Presbytery of JJeaver. The next Session will commence on the first Wednesday, the 5th day, of'November, and end on the first Thursday of April, with a recess of one week about Now Years. Terms—Per Session, $6.00, $8.00, and $10.00, in the several departments. Payment to be made at; the-middle of the Session. Expense of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

JAMES DIGBY, 181 LIBERTY STREET, HAP JUSt received a large, good, and fashionable stock of Fall Goods for Gentlemen's wear, comprising French and English Broad Cloths, for Coats, Beaver, Pilot, Whirlpool, Tagg Hair Skin, and Petersham Cloths, for Overeoats. A splendid stock of Black and Colored Cassimeres, for Pants. Vesting of Ihe richest aud newest styles, comprising some of the newest and most elegant patterns in Silk Plush and Velvets. Also on hand, a large, well made, aud fashionable stock of ready-made Clothing, of superior cut and finish—together with a general assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, consisting of white and colored shirts, under shirts, drawers, stock?, silk- handkerchiefs and cravats, suspenders, gloves, &c. Will be sold cheap. N. B.—Orders in the tailoring line executed in the nest manner, at the shortest notice. nol-2m ., AVISOS»S BOOK I.IST FOR OCTOBER. —N. B. PRESWRVE THIS LIST FO* FUTURE USE. XaSTERN RICBS, WITH LIBERAL DISOOUNTS TO CLERGY...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

Scripture Emblems, by Rev. J. Meeks. Stuart on Proverbs—Daniel, Ecclesiastes. Sickness—Its Trials and Blessings. Stationery of all kinds—Mercantile, School, Office, Sermon, and Family. Ink, Blank Books, Writing Desks, Portfolio*, &c, &c. Three Fold Test of Modern Spiritualism, by W. R. Gordon, D. D. Trench on Miracles, Parables, Words, Proverbs , Synonyms of New Testament, English, Past and Present. Tanchuritz Edition of Household Words, Macanlay'a Miscellanies, Mahon's England, Ac, &c. Tholuck on Hebrews; on Romans. Todd's Student's Manual; Lectures to Children; Index Rerum. Text Books for Theological Seminaries—Engligh, Greek, and Hebrew. Bibles, Grammars, Lexicons, &c. Tennyson's Poems Complete, 1 vol., gilt, 75c. Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines. Vinet's Pastoral Theology—Homelitics. " Gospel Studies. Visitor's (The) Hand Book of Texts, by Bonar. Waverly Novels, cheap, and best American editions; also the best English edition, 2...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

mjEW BOOKS IN REL1GTOUS LITERATURE—LIST 1^1 NO. 1.—Angus' Bible Hand Book, $1.25; Spring's Works, in sets, 11 vols., or separately; Eadie's Divine Love, 75c; also,on Colossians, 2.00; Charlotte Elizabeth's Works, in two handsome vols., 8vo., with elegant illustrations j only 3 50; Archer Butler's Sermons, just out, 1.25; Spurgeon's Sermons, 1.00; Who are. the Blessed, 63cts.; Whateley's Worlcs. viz: Thoughts "and Apophthegms, LOO^-Future State, 75c—Good and Evil Angels, 63c—Kingdom of Christ, 75c; Winslow's Works, viz: Glorv of tbe Redeemer. 88c—' Glimpses of Truth, 75c.—Inquirer Directed, 75c.7-Mi(inight Harmonies, 60c—Personal Declension and Re-rival of Religion in the Soul, 60c.;'Williams on the Lord's Prayer,'76c. —Religious Progress, or Development of Cliristian Character, 75c.—Miscellanies, 1.25; Wayland's University Sermons, 75c; Dr. Grant and the HeHtorians, now edition ,1.00; Krummachei's Suffering Saviour, 1.25—also, British edition, superior, 2.00; Harris's Works,viz: G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

"Wj ^ LEG ANT PICTORIAL EDITION OF MATTHEW MM HENRY'S Commentary, containing 740 beautiful IIlustiative Engravings, besides maps,.&e.; also, 100 closelyprinted pages of Supplementary Notes to each Book of the Old Testament, Gospels, and Acts, from the most eminent Biblical writers. The Comment on tha Epistles (finished by others after Henry's death^ has been revised and enlarged by six eminent English Divines; also, large additions on .the. Apocalypse, from the best writers on Prophecy. Altogether/ this is by far the best edition, and it is the cheapest now to be had in this country. In S vols , quarto, price only $13,51). well and handsomely bound. Kept also in: elegant bindings, suited for presentation. Imported and sold by ' WM. S. RMNTOUL, Theological Bookseller and Bible Importer, 2$o. 20, St Clair Street, Pittsburgh. , pc25-3m EgT AtEXAHDBK ACADEMY.— The» Winter Session of this Institution will open on' Monday, Nov. 3d, and continue twenty-roue weeks. In this school,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

TH IB WIT H E R S P O O IS 1KTSTITOTBL—ENGLISH AND. CLASSICAL—MALE AND FEMALE, Butler, Butler County, Pa. / Tne Wintei rfessidn will commence on the first Monday of of November, and continue five months. This Institution belongs to the Presbytery of Allegheny, and is conducted with a view to the religious and moral, as well as intellectual improvement of the pupils. Boarding can be obtained, iu respectable families, at $2 per week. The rates of tuition as usual in such schools. For further particulars, address Rev. JOHN SMALLEY, Butter, Pa. oc25-2t* > TT EX ATHERW O O D PRESBYTERIAL JLi - ACADEMY—Rev. J. Mateer, President; J. P. Craig, A.»., Principal; J; N Beck, Assistant. The f econd Session of this Academy will commence on Wednesday, Nov. 5th, and continue for. a term of twenty-one Sveeks. , „ Rates op Tnrwos—Classics and higher Mathematics, $10,00^ Philosophy,.Chemistry, &e., $8.00. Common English Branches, S6-00.' Tuition to be paid one half in advance, and t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

BETHEL PRESBYTBRIAN MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMICAL INSTITUTE.—This institution, for the last eighteen years known as Bethel, Academy, has been recen tly removed a short distance to a new and beautiful site, and enlarged in its dimensions, with an additional story in height, and prepared for the reception of,male and female pupils. The character for sound 'learning and accurate, scholarship which it has hitherto borne inpublic estimation, wairants the hope and expectation, as regards, the future, that it will still redeem and ennoble,its' character : and this conviction is now strengthened, from the fact that it is a Presbyterian institution, (but open to all) under the guardian care of an efficient Board of.Trustees, appointed by the congregation, on whose fidelity the public may dspend, to make it a school not only of sound learning and morality, but also of piety and good order. It is located nine miles from .the city of Pittsburgh, in the midst of a pious and orderly community, whe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

PROSPECTUS O* THK FRESBTTfiRM BANNER AND ^ butztK The Bahheb is published weekly, In the cities of Htt»- TERMS IN ADVAMJK, tl,6<li»rvear IN CLUBS of twenty, and upwards, ^5 ™ * « ' DELIVERED in either of the cities, 175 « « ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. For eight lines, or less, one insertion 50 cents; each subsequent insertion, 25 cents. Each additional' line, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion.. •• :, For eight lines, three months, $3.00. Each additional line 25 cents. '- -•'-; ¦•'(;•" ; ,.-- . . • . ¦ • » ;.i 'l"or eight lines, One Year, $10.00. Bach additional line tl. CAaas of two lines, $5 a year, and $1 f0r each additional line. -..».. ¦ ..', . r Bdbinbss NonoBS-of ten lines or less, One Dollar. Each additional line, Scent'. ~: - ¦ ..'**lCo32?mi dcation; - re<5ommendBtory of Inventions Medical Practtce, Schoolg, &c. &e., being designed for the pecuniary benefit of Individuals, should be paid for as Bushiest notices. ^ BBatra by mail, whe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

MALE! AND PSHALE ACADBXT. NORTH SEWICKLEY, BEAVER COUNTY, Pa. Rev. Henry Webber, Principal. Mr. J. B. Kiddoo and Miss Ruth C. Bowman, Teachers. This Institution is located in s healthful and beautiful region of country, and affords superior &cilities for study and personal comfort, -with entire freedom from immoral associations. It is the constant aim of the Principal to surround the young with, the influences and restrictions of a Christian home, and prepare them, as far as practicable, for all the active duties of life. . The course of instruction is comprehensive and thorough embracing all the branches necessary to prepare the pupils for active business pursuits, for teachers, or for admission into the Junior Class of any of our first Colleges. Superior advantages are afforded to young ladies to perfect themselves in the principles and practice of instrumental music, on the Piano. Large and commodious buildings have been erected, where the pupils are constantly under th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

MIL W WOOD ACADEMY— SHADE GAJP, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. W.H. Woodb, Proprietor and Principal. . Eev,. James Campbell, Lecturer on General Literature. J. A. Shade, M. D., Lecturer on Anatomy and Hygiene.. Samuel Campbell, Assistant John aicCausIand. Teacher in Preparatory Department. The Pall Session of this Institutien will open on Wednesday, the 29th of October. This Institution holds out peculiar inducements to young men seeking an education. Tha Board of Instructors is composed of gentlemen of high literary attainments, arid ekillett in their professions. The location is very healthy, Laving the pure .mountain air, and free from all noxious vapors arising from stagnant water and marshy ground. Tho»e • subject > to aguo could not find a more desirable place. The temptations to vice, idleness, and dissipation are few. It is C[uiet and retired, and there is nothing to draw the mind of the student from his books. It is just such a situation that a young man desirous...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

BLALKSVILLK PJfiiaALJffi SEJlllf»AK.V.— On the Blairsville Branch, of the Cento 1 Penna. Kaiirdad.i'/ •'¦ s • ¦;'' '" ' ¦ '; ¦;:;• ¦ ¦ >'. ... -;¦ - .'. - . . - Rev. S- H, Sheplst, A. M., Mrs. P. P. Shepikt, Principalt, with six teachers. ' •' ¦ , • Aoconimodations for seventy.hoarding scholars. ¦ Course of. study systematic, thorough, and extended. Pupils received for a partial or the entire course.! ' . The best facilities afforded for the study of Instrumental Music, Drawing, Painting and French, at usual rates. Charge for tuition, in regular studies, and board, furnished room, lights, .fee., (exclusive of washing and fuel,) per session of five months, half in advance, $60.00. Ten p«r cent, abatement for two from the same family; also, for daughters of clergymen, and ladies preparing to teach ' ,' whose circumstances require it. Catalogues lurniah' ed, on application. ., .' ; ¦ ;'. ¦ .,'., Present session vjill close Septemuer 26.' The nest session will commence Nov. 3.'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

A DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE.—THE subscriber will sell at private Kale that part of the OLD HAGEhT? FARM lying immediately alongside of the Washington and . Pittsburgh Boad. one mile West of Canonsburg, and only separated frdni the Chartiers Valley Railroad by,the Creek. You have a beautiful view of the railroad from the front of the house. The farm contains abont fiftyeight seres, forty-eight of which is cleared, and the remainder good oak timber land, twenty acres first quality bottom land, nnd about twenty-five acres of Coal Land, on which there is a good bank in operation. On the premises there i ' s a good TWO STORY STONE HOUSE, with necessary out-buildings. : The whole farm is in excellent order, and has all the advantages of both turnpike and railroads, without being injured by either. Any person wishing to educate a family, would do well to examine this property, being in the immediate vicinity of Canonsburg, in which" is located Jefferson College, a fine female Seminary, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

B|fttfrarg ^0te. HHbOti 8 sent to u« for a Notice, wttl be duly H^H ptled ti» Tttoae Cromput»llstier« t» Pliila-|^^^nlnt Mew York f &c,, u»»y be left at our I^^Baclphin Office, 27 South 10th St.) below J^Bmiii In care ot Joneph M. Wil«oH, Batt« ^^Ksu 's .M.vgazuxe. November. 1S56. ^^Kis uaoqualieJimonthly continues its wonder-9^Hir«er. The thirteenth volume is now cofflw|(l. It will be a good time far subscribers to ^m&encc with the uext number, as it will begin H^Htme. H^ST |^M* rinrR's JIojiE Magazine.—The November |^H>er of this csceUent monthly is before us. j^HbIwhjs find soint-thing pleasant and instruol^^^na Ariliur. The ladies will be pleased to IJ^K th?it the Magazine will hereafter contain, in §9^Kon t« ifs other fine embellishments, a beau-^^Btolored steel fr.shion plate. |HP>- To My Children. By Mm. Mien Key H»'. I2tn<»., pp. 124. Philadelphia: J. B. ^^mpuieoft .j- Co. 1S56. j^^Hfer thU rictnewhrtt foncifnl title, the author-^^^Kn^t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

JAMES KINS . •.-.- ¦- . ¦ ¦:' . -' ¦ .-.-... .: . ¦ ¦ ¦.-. ... WM. C..RKITSR. MEDICAI.-DRS. KrSfG <fc BKITER Have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine and Surgery. Office ia Dr. King's residence, No. 112 Kifth Street, oppoaite the Cathedral. - , "" '¦ ...'. l)i. lEeiter will attend at the office daily, and may he consulted at his residence, in East Liberty, in the. moraioga and evenings. " ."" . • »• oel».tf JOHN M. O. AB PS », IMPOBTBR OF WATOHBS, No. 1104 ; OHBBT^f T t -Street, %¦«»_« ntnrv "hilartalphU > , . ¦,, " UnA-lr . IT1&RD-JAMB8 I.OCKB, M. D.t DKBI. V/ 5IST. Third Straot mbow» Plne.WiUlwnagport, * V*. nH-tt . , :, . ¦ ¦¦ .;¦ • . ;. ¦ ¦.;;; : , .-; .. . ¦ HXTRCH AND TOWN CLOCKS ,*-1 AM MANUFACTURINO Steeple, or Turret* Clocks, of a superior couBtruction and excellent workmanship. They are cheaper than, can be found elsewhere in the Uuited States, and warranted to give satisfaction la time and durability. Address - ¦ ¦'.-'¦. -§¦'•--'• • ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 1 November 1856

HOLI<OWAT>S PIUS—ASTART LING TRUTH.—Those who die with tho means of cure at hand, commit constructive suicide ; and as these wonderful Pills eradicate all complaints of tbe digestive and secretive organs, sufferers from these maladies, who neglect to take them, incur a fearful responsibility. Sold at tho manufactories, No. 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and No. 244 Strand, London; and by all druggists, -at 25c, 62J^c, and $1.00 per box. . nol

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