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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

Thanksgiving. Thursday n,ext will be the day appointed by the Governors of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Missouri, and some other States, as a season of Thanksgiving. The arrangements by the pastors of churches, for public worship, will doubtless be complete. A full attendance of the members of the congregations would be, to them, highly edifying. The giving of thanks is prompted by nature, and enjoined in Scripture; and it is one of those duties, the proper performance of which, is connected with the greatest benefits. A grateful heart is ever loved, and its possessor is always farther favored.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and . Presbytery of Hortfcxunberlana. The Presbytery of Northumberland held its stated meeting this Pall in the Washington church, White Deer Valley. Besides transacting its usual business, it dismissed the Rev. John Smalley to the Presbytery of Allegheny, and received the Rev. Edward Kennedy from the Presbytery of Winchester, and Mr. W. W. Howard, licentiate, from the 2d Presbytery of New Jork. It put into the hands of the Rev. Wm. Life, a call to the pastorate of the church of Muncy, and received from the churches of Northumberland and Sunbury, calls for the pastoral services of Mr. James D. Reardon, licentiate of the Presbytery of Newcastle. Presbytery earnestly commended the •' History of the Presbyterian Church," by the late Rev. Richard -Webster, to the attention and patronage of the officers and members of our Church. It resolved to hold its next stated meeting at Williamsport, on the third Tuesday of April next, at 3 o'clock P. M. And it adopted...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Testimonial. Cbntkai, Acad., Oct. 31, 1856. At an adjourned meeting of the Platonian Literary Society of Central Academy, Pa.,- the following persons were appointed a Committee to draft resolutions expressive of the feeling of Society iu reference to the lamented and sudden death of our brother William Kerlin ; Whereas, It has pleased Divine Providence in this" sovereign dispensation to take from our midst one whom we loved—loved as a zealous promoter of Society's best interests, as a young man of extraordinary talent, energy and hope, and as a truly unostentatious Christian; therefore, , Resolved, Thnt while we sorrow on account ol his absence as a brother Platonian and fellowstudent, yet we sorrow not as those without hope, believing that for him to d^e was gain. Resolved, That in his death we deeply sympathize with the bereaved family and relatives. Resolved, That each of our members wear the usual badge of mourning for the spa'ce of th...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate, Testimonial. October 5, 1856, Session met. A letter was read from the Rev. Mr. Blayney, of Iberia, Ohio, conveying intelligence of the death, at that place, on the 29th of September, of Robert Colmery, Esq., in the 72dyear of his age, a former member of this Session; whereupoa-it was . Resolved, That in the death of Mr. Colmery, the church has lost a valuable member, who adorned the doctrine of God our Saviour, by a blameless walk and conversation. Resolved, That this Session cherishes a lively recolFection of the faithful labors and prudent counsels of our deceased brother, who, always ready for every good word and work, magnified his office by an unostentatious, yet active piety and zeal for the house of'the Lord. Resolved, That whilst we mourn, "we sorrow not as those who have no hope; for if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him." Resolved, That the Presbyterian Banner...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

Eeelesiastieal. Mr. B. N. Sawtelle has heen ordained by the Presbytery of Arkansas, and installed in the church at Batesville. Rev. Joseph Warren, D. D., has his present residence in Pittsburgh, where he desires to be addressed. Mr. J. c: Humphrey has been licensed by the Presbytery of Flint Biver , as a probationer for the Gospel ministry. Mr. L. H Parsons has been licensed bv the Presbytery of East Alabama. . Rev. James M. Smith has been installed I l \e V /Z^Jterj of Ohio, in the churches of North Branch and Bethlehem. Rev. F.-H. L. Laird has removed to Auburn, Lincoln do., Mo. ? The Rev. J. A. Lefevre has been instilled pastor of the Fourth church , Baltimore ^ Rev. Thomas L. Dewikg's Post Office ad-¦ dress is changed from Le Grand^l Warrenham , Bradford Co., Pa Bev. J. F. Ford has resigned the pastoral ebarge of the church a£shrevepo?t, La., for the purpose of accepting the Pre^ dency of the ,Fema3e College at Minden, ^.^^° ^e pastoral care of the chard at (bait p'Ia£e. ' ¦ '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

.jmL & O^Ltifestitute^P' This excellent ii|m|laiy, und|| sHfche care of Mrs. 0. J. .French,^^ptuatedatt^j3fenaburg,Pa., and not in. WashinglnL as wraferrfmebusly printed in the advertisQinJ|t of l^it *wge.k. Readers •will please note the eMrection5j[ Hhe2 session commenced on the 3d injraj I, v &c ¦ ¦' . • 'A ...T % • Our fold Walks. V *' The scenes of early^life make*dedpjimpressions, and areibft refesrfW;o with ihtertst. Jacksonville, Pa^McurVtolis with pleasure, as the place where we worshipped'from childhood to manhood. It is brought before jas, just noj^ >ny information that the 'excellent sFemale Ac»5ffiiny established there bylB& Samuel Cooper, fSSsfpas^ed into the hands or Iray. James CampbeagSn ^ experienced and exceilera teacher?; by whoj^it will, doubtless, be well conducted. *ijk>fji .__ __^™___^ ^ The returns§(Qi | rt$e<-; late Pi;{jside . ntial election are still defective"; but enoughUs t known to show that Mr. Buchapan i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

Calvin M. Fiteli, A. M., K. D., (late of New York, author of the Invalid's Guide and Consumptive's Manual, &c, &c.,) and John W. Sikes, A. M., M. D.,have opened an office at 459 Main. Street, Buffalo, NewXTork, where they may hereafter be consulted for all affections of the throat and chest. Also, for Dyspepsia and Female Complaints, and for all other diseases coaneeted with or predisposing to consumption, in the treatment of which their success is too well.known to require eomirieiit. The combination of local with" general measures—of Medicinal and Sthenotfophic Inhalations, with constitutional and mechanical remediesadded to the judicious use of water, frictions, proper diet, exercise, &c, must evidently effect far more than can be hoped for from any one of these plans singly, and will afford relief in all cases where disease is not advanced beyond the reach of medicine. Consultation, personally or by letter, free. Patients wishing advice by letter, will ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

Died—On the 17th nit, at the residence of his son-tarlaw, Bev. J. S. Henderson, MendfetUj 111.; Kev. Sasiuei, Henderson, in. the 76th year of his age—in the faith and hope of that Gospel he preached for about fifty years. Died—On the morning of the 20th Octoher, of scarlet fever, Wimiam Breading, son of Kev. W. B. Mcllvaine, of East Liberty, to the 10th year of his age. " . After four days' suffering, our bright, affectionate, contented, happy Willie was taken away. "We loved him j tenderly, and mourn his death; hat the Lord called, and we gave Mm up, in the hope of meeting again. Died—At Petershurg, Pa., on the 20th of Octeher, Ciaebnce Alfred, son of John L. and Mary B. Welsh, aged 2 years, 1 month, and 14 days. ' A light is from our household gone, A voice we loved is still; ' .'- A place is vacant on eurhsatth, Which never can he filled.. A gentle heart that throbbed but now With tenderness and love, ¦ - Has hushed its weary throhhings here, - .To throb in bliss above. ¦ Yes, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

Sftto* Tresbyterial Kotlees. ' The PRBSBYTERTS Ot CLARION stands adjourned, to meet in the church of Perry, the first Tuesday of December nex$, at li o'clock A. M. . D. McCaY, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTBRY OV.NORTHUMBBRI..MSD will hold an adjourned meeting, in Sunbury, on the third Tuesday of November, at 7. o'clock P. M. *'. ' ¦ : ISAAC GRIER, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF RID3T0NE will meet at Round Hill, on the Third Wednesday of November, at lOJ^'o'clock. Also, at McKeesport, on Thursday succeeding, at the same hour. J. McCRNTOOK, Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

mnto On Tuesday morning, Oct. 1st, by Rev. Elliott B. Swift, Mr. Thomas MoCtBiBT to Jtfrs. Mart Bram*tos, all of Newcastle, Pa. On the 2d of Nov., by Rev. J. H. Potter, Mr. hWby W. HowAftD to Miss Emelbtb Smros, both of Ozark, Iowa. On Wednesday, Nov. 5th. byReviN.Shotwell.Mr. Albert Thompson to Mis3 Saeah McFaelakd, both of Mifflin Co., Pa_ Oct. 10th, by Rev. J. I*. Howell, Mr. Charles yANDEZiPE to Mrs. Maev CoNKKtN, both of Greenburg, N. Y.. " On the 28th October, by Rev. Wm. T. Adams, Mr. Thomas Huxtable to Miss Elizabbth M. Lake, all of Washington, 111. Oct.' 25th, by Eev. W. J. Alexander, Mr. Henry Maoee to Miss Maeoaeet Mamla Morrison, all of Warren Co., Pa. » - By the same, Oct. 21st, Mr. Olivee Yodns to Miss Matiida Watson, of Venango County, Pa,. . r By Rev. B. Mitchell, on the 30th day of October, Mr, George W. SimNBHa to Miss Jams Sieingee, all of Jefferson County,- O. " By the same, on the 5 th day of Nov., Mr. Wm. Gkeenlee to Miss Cathaeike Gaiiawav, both of Belmo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

PROS PECTUS O? TBK PRBSBYTBRUN BJNOR AND ^ibffcatc siSHSasMaaa TERH8 IN ADVANUJB, « -Q tobi. DT CLUBS of.twenty, ana upwards. i H ^ 7^r' DBLIYBRED in either of the cities, its « « ADVERTISEMENTSrln-Advance. for eight lines, or less, one insertton 60 oents; each sub sequent insertion, 25 cents. Each additional Itoe, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion. "j"«u Sot eight lines, three months, $3.00. Each additional line *o cents. nfJieh V!ReB \?mT «r » *10M - Bach additional line 81. tloftS^lln? S '$ *y8M l and ^ f«r each *&*• .idSKr^ntl^^80 "^ **ch ¦«*L0omJtttinication=, recommendatory of Inventions; MedicalPractice, School*, 4c. Ac., being designed fcrSw. NSs? nefitOfMvlWs '^o ^be ^/^ B^? .*J S^ *y ™aH, where no good .pportuntty is othenriBe Sefe«hie^wtw OteB fm ^r denominaS ^ P ^£S£5£iJ W * *ley can be «onvenientiy obtained. S3^5T6,£;5 MbMto -A ^- W^'. Jcwsaa-fisu-sESisf' «^—_ N.B. When Presbyterian families are very much disDersed SHHSBRSaS'SffiifeSSS; Sw^aj'sjs^s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

THE TTBTDERSIGrWED " HAS ' BBBir ' AJpl* POINTED Receiving Agent and Treasurer--TOf.<n^r Sate#;w^sg^D%^ iif™Bu w The_ General Assembly's BOARD OF DOMESTIC MISSIONS; the General Assembly's BOARD OF EDUCATION-%2wt S5?T - A8 f mbly'8 church extensioncommit-»Z* T«fnt; ,a ^d wnel » " K^Pt isreauild hySS name of the post office and County . i* : . ,!•«•*" As heretofore, monthly reports will be m^iiSou^' the-Fresbytenwi Banner andAdvacatea.n& the B^tfnaMii&k Record. j. D.WILLIAMS, Treasurer/^'4* ¦* Presbyterian Rooms, 45 St. Clair Street, - » m*U Pittsburgh. Pa. EtBC Mow is ovbr:-thb coujfratTr th^ w ™^™ PROSPERITY ABOTOdI^TaII7ow that Winter is coming, Farmers and others should prepare 2JS8S f ft«t? oftheir labors, by securing, among other NEW TORKkT^T1 ^8 ' * C°?y °£ MOORE'S RURAL SI ™> th% leadln K Agricultural, ;Literary, and lamilylNewspaper. It is UiePaptr for yourself and famihr, tn^ lTUB& ^da £ng the lo«g evenings which'are'S ing on apace—bei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

TWBIIfT.FIF»H THOUSAND.-THE ^, SABBATH BBLL-Mr. Root's New Collection ft Church Music—The demand for this new work, bv Mr Gxorge F. Root, (first published a few . weeks since,) has " proved so extensive, that we have found oursalves quite unprepared to keep pace with it, and have, consequently, been much behind our orders. Apologizing to out customers for this unavoidable delay in filling their late orders, we .have now the satisfaction of announcingjlliatl»rra)m&iaentK '-ftir manufacturiug».tbM*bo|k mu^-Ml lfa^a^iPis^S? ried into effect; anaffroM this'da^weliope^to; J^l^o ffllr any future orders with>which we" m$T be favdrefiyoBrthV-aaV of.their receipt, 't .' •''^v >\~ i SH&Kfiii' v, ¦ .i The Sabbath Bell is one of the mpsVextengwrtf fioUectioiis* of Church Music ever issuedf, andits'sale ce&M^Oes it one of the most popular. • Sample- copies forwardecPby' mail, post-paid, to teachers and leaders of choirs, on receipt of seventy-five cents. M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

Iftorg Ufltiais * BOOKS sent to us for a Notice, - will toe duly attended to * Those from publisher* lit Phila» delphiB) Sew York, &c, may l>e left at our, Philadelphia Office, 27 South 10th St., below ; Ciutstiiuti in care of Joseph M. WlUon, Ks<jt« t ' ~!i The Cobkuption of Established Truth, ana Responsibility of Educated Men. An Addredb, delivered before the Alumni of the University. of Michigan, Jane 27, 1856. By Rev. If. '< West, Jr. ' • Tire Professional Scholarship demanded by the Age. An Address delivered before the Alumni of Jefferson College, August 6, 1856. By Rev. Isaac-N" . Shannon, A. M. We have here two admirable productions from gifted pens, showitfg strWgly the a«maBd of the Slavery. Here he shows that there is no evidence that our Lord ever came into contact "with slavery; and that although the Apostles found the relation of master and slave in existence when they organized churches .put of Judea ; yet the principles laid d6wm#ribT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

pnmc ensues. The scene is awful. A gen-•eral ru.^h i« wndo to stairs, and passages, and d<i'trs. Htuidreds are trampled under foot, or almost crushed to death. Seven ©erish ; ninny more are fearfully wounded jluid injured ! Tho excitement and terror mew beyond description. I This morning, at our Tract Society fcoMMiTTKE, we had a most interesting Statement from Mr, Mattheson, a Scripture Reader, sent out to the East by the Soldiers' iFrierui Society, as to the results of Tract ^Distribution since April last, among the Pardiniaos, French, and English. These lesuUs are extraordinary. Mr. Mattheson* mScotch Highlander, a man of great genius, mrayorfulocga, and energy, had previously BjjStributed thousands of Testaments among Hue French and Sardinians before Sebasto-¦bl; the latter (the Sardinians,) comiog to Hm in crowds, for the Word of life, and 6en running many miles to his tent before |ak of day. But the results I shall now Ite, were accomplished from April to pgust of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

Markets.. Fittatmrgli. Ashes—Pearls, 8c. Pots, 5J£@6e. Soda Ash, 3%@3%. Beans—$2.00 per bush. Bbttkr anb Koos—Butter, 18(3)20. Eggs, 15@16o. Dried "Bsmx—Peaches, $3.50. . Floor—Wheat, $5 90@6.60. Buckwheat, $3.25 per 100lbs. Grain—Oats, SOe. Rye. 60@62c. Barley, $1.15. Corn, 58@60. Wheat, $1.20(§>1.30. Hat—$l6.00@tS.0O. ;, . PoTATOES-p-Xeds, 8Gc. Mixed, 90c. Noshannock, $1.00 per bas. ' ¦ '." ¦ • - ¦v CATTLE. ¦* . Beeves—2%@4c. 81i8ep,$2.50 per lead. Hog8j5i !£@5>£. ¦¦¦ .•'. N«w Yorlc ¦ ¦¦ . ¦¦ . ¦ ..-., . ¦¦¦: l^OTJR and Meai^—Wheat, $6.25@6.3$. ;K.ya, $3,00@5.00. Buckwheat. SB.Oo per bbl. Corn Meal, $3.4O@3.5o Grain—Wheat, $1.36@1.57. Oats, 41@Uc. Cori,68@70 Bye,82}^@?S. Barley, $l.l8@1.30. ' Philadelphia* Ilobb and MEAi^-WUeat, $6.62}£@6.75. Bye: $4.12X4. Cora Meal, $3.25. Grain—Wheat, $1.52@1.54r. Oats,43c. Rye,78@80c. Corn, 65<S67c. ¦ •..• • Seeds—Clover, $7.00@7.25 per 64 lbs. Baltimore, v Ewto—Wheat, $6 87% . Bye, $4.75@5.00, for new, and 3.00@3.25por l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

AeipfnlTOeiicc New Yoek, Nov. 10.—The steamer Baltic has arrived, with Liverpool dates to the 29th ult. The long contemplated trans-Atlantic Telegraph Company has actually been, formed in London, under the auspiees of Sir John Breth. Contracts looking to the certain completion of the line across the Atlantic next Summer, were negotiated with one of the London, submarine telegraphic manufacturing companies, and no doubt was entertained, but that the manufacture of the trans-Atlantic cable would be commenced tin the first of November, and be successfully submerged between Newfoundland and Ireland, in the month of July, 1857. The feature of news which exerted the most attention, was an official paragraph in the Moniteur, complaining that the English press publishes calumnies against the French Government, and holding out a menance, that the continuance of such conduct will break up the English alliance. This paragraph * caused an excitement within England and France, having even ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. PUBLIS HED BY TUBS AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, No. 303 Chestnut Street, Phil*- deiphia. Anecdotes for the Family and Social Circle, selected from twelve volumes, published by the ltelipions Tract Society, London. They are suited to amuse the thoughtless by their incident, while they •• teach Providence," and instruct all by tho facts of real life. Riches of Bunyan; Striking gems of truth and doctrine, selected from his voluninions works, with a preface by Eev. William B. Williams, D D. Child at Home, hv Her. J. S. 0. Abbott; full of interesting incident, presenting disobedience and vice in their repulsive forms, and throwing a charm around filial duty and trne piety. . ¦ D. Anbii;ne's History of the Reformation, ia 6 vols., 2,389 pages, ¦with portrait of the author. . Adrlce to a Married Couple—a beautiful and appropriate ¦pocket mannal. Hannah More's Cheap Repository of Tracts, 8 vols., with £2 engravings, chiefly narrative, -well adapting truth to the character and w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 15 November 1856

What is the Use of Snow! The snow was proverbially called, the "poor farmer's niauure," before scientific analysis had shown that it contained ^ a larger per eeotage of ammonia than ram. The siiow serves as a protecting mantle to the lender herbage and the roots of all plants against the fierce blasts and cold of Winter. An examination of snow in Siberia showed that when the temperature of the air was seventy-two degrees below zero, the .temperature of the snow, a little below the surface, was twenty-nine degrees above zero—over one hundred degrees difference. The snow keeps the earth just ^ below the surface in a condition to take oh chemical changes, which would not happen if the ground was bare and frozen to a great depth. The snow prevents exhalation 's from the e' dtth, and is a powerful absorbent, retaining and returning to the earth, gases arising from Vega-table and animal decomposition. The snow, though it falls heavily at the door of the poor, and brings death aud starva...

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