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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

Sabbath School Anniversary. , The Sabbath Schools connected with the " Second Presbyterian church," in this city, held their Anniversary on last Sabbath afternoon. The meeting was deeply interesting. It was opened with singing by the children. Rev. Mr. M'Clun g offered prayer. Dr. Howard made a brief statement of the condition _, of the schools. There are two connected with the church at present;.. one called the First School , the other the Infant School. The former contains upwards of a hundred pupils ; _tho latter above ei ghty. The Firs _.t School has, during the past year,,contributed upwards of eighty dollars to .benevolent objects; the latter about fifteen. Besides these schools, there are two Bible Classes, one female and the other male , _connected with the church. These classes , also , have contributed a considerable amount to benevolent'objects, and the Dr. stated that there were quite a number added to the communion from the female class , and • that from it teach...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

Are All Supplied. ;. A new year has commenced. Have the duties belonging to the season been performed? It is a proper time for reckoning Does anything remain to be _< ddne ? One ot the questions which the-anxious Paafcory and the faithful Elders,f and the benevolent Deacons will ask, ' ' fit are all the people of the charge supplied with all the adequate means of instruction which are pnw_^_eable? _Hasreach household at lekst one weekl y; journal, which faithfull y sustains the doctrines and order of their Church? If not, then , an important medium of benefit ia wanting. And shall not the deficiency be made up, at onee ? The supply is practicable. •_: There are:very few in ciroum glir i_^^o _'straitened , that they cannot raise thj^^c_^, ,,_ai which are tendered to them Jifij_/ttwo well-filled sheets ; and not many are there, claimin g to be Christians , who ooukLti_^bfc induced , by a wise arid kind impomffli^) to give their , names as_.gub-8*_w_|pre_^ And if any are t...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

The Projected University. The Synods of Ohio and Cincinnati , at their late meeting at Columbus , as reported on our first page, have agreed to locate their University at West Liberty. Of the wisdom of the decision we cannot judge ; but it falls in with an early prejudice of ours , that a College will thrive best in a small town ; there are fewer temptations , and there is hence likely to be a better morality and more study. The majority which fixed the location was very small ; but the previous resolution , pledging,a cordial and unanimous support, assures us that there are to be no divisions • and the very large attendance of ministers and elders, shows the deep interest felt. The renewal of the declaration , that 8200,-000 is to be secured before commencing the building; evinces a determination to found the University on a proper pecuniary basis. We trust that a noble disinterestedness, as regards self, and , theJ(_purest and deepest interest on hehalf of the enterprise _* _w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

Danville Seminary and If ew York Benev olence. _,; _KeV. 1_^.'Humphrey and Hill having returned from a visit to New York, where they were engaged in soliciting funds for the Theological Seminary at Danville, publish a report of their success, with an expression of thankfulness. They were most kindly received by the ministers and people, of the Presbyterian churches. The pecu. Kar friends" of Princeton Seminary Fere among the largest donors to Danville; three of them give §500 each. The amount subscribed was $7,615, with assurances of an increase to $8,500. Of these subscriptions, $6,236 were promptly paid. Acts of kindness, in this line , should be numerous and reciprocal. Christ's true people are one, and should love, honor and aid each other. The Presbyterian Church ii a union on principle and by recorded vows, and all its parts and sections, as members of the body, have a mutual interest , and should co-operate and rejoice together.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

; .... _ ¦' _< ¦ ¦ < _fe _ww _^ ¦ ¦ PITTSBURGH, _JAkTJAKY%, 1857. TJSRMS_*- " vl_«SO| In advance! or In Clvtos* §1(251 or, * _«ll_^J_«r«*«it i'f«_ld_«iic_«« of _Subacri" 1_i«rCf 91_*_79_« »•• Pro»pectu», on Third Page* HIINKW A1* 8 should *• prompt) • llttu wall* befoni th_« year expires, .that _wf._a**y wait* fall •_nrangemwnts for a. _ataady _anppljr* THB RSD WRAPPER Indicates tnat w* _dealr* a r_«n_«wal« If) how_«Tcrtlu th_» _narta •f mailing, this signal should b« omitted, w_« A6p«>ur friends will still i»ot forget nm, '' '_^. R»MITTANCKSi~S«nd payment toy «** Bands, when convenient. Or, ¦end by mall, •ncloslng with ordinary care, an* troubling nobody with a knowledge of what you are doing. . For a largo amount, send a Draft, or large notes. BH»r one or two paper s, send Oold or sskali notes. ' ' . i' — . ' TO MAKE CHANGS, Send postage stamps, -_»r better still, send for more papers) say •» for.s «erenty numbers, or .91; for Thirty-three numbers., ., ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

Colportage. It will be seen, by'the ¦ communication in another column, that funds to carry on the work of Cplportage _^ are .greatly needed. The Board has not a collecting agent in the field. The reliance is upon Pastors to bring the subject before the people, and arrange for tne reception and transmission of their benefactions. Shall the work be done You say, 30, there are so many calls." Well, belt so. _W'ork for Grddin the way in which you can do something for him. Let each regard himself as a steward. Be diligent. Be economical in personal expenditures. Divide ,your means wisely. You can take nothing but of the world with you. So use it that you.shall be estimated a good and faithful servant. Christians must learn ixt live for usefulness. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

K_«KAHNis.-_^-Th,e proposal w _accented , I'*.;! i- . ' -" .:! <'¦¦•••' •¦'¦ ¦¦•" - ' ¦•'* ' Db. John, Adobe's . nomination, to the _professorV ohair. in, the Theological Seminary at Coluinbia, S. C, vacated by Dr. Palmer, has been confirmed by the Synod of Georgia, by a unanimous vote. 3_JmB*«s_^_MEi^?oi?THB came to us, last week, considerably enlargedy and announcing an arrangement by which it will be able to present news earlier than usual. It also states that " the services of Rev. John M.:: Wampler, late of Monticello, Indiana, have been secured as an Associate in the Publishing and Editorial departments?1 We welcome Mr. Wampler to the fraternity.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

for the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. An Encouraging Prospect. Dr. MoKinnkt :—I was one of a Committee of Peoria'Presbytery, who met on the 29th day of November, to organize a Presbyterian church at the village of D wight, in Livingston County, -111. The Committee were happy to find the way clear to proceed with the organization , which consists of eight members, one of whom, by their choice, was set over them as a Ruling Elder. This is a little flock in number, but they have a very good prospect of rapid increase. D wight is a very promising village, situated on the Chicago and Mississippi Railroad, about seventy miles from Chicago, in a rather new but rapidly populating region of country. The land is very fertile, and well adapted to farming. ' Its remoteness from market has prevented its settlement hitherto, but that obstacle is now removed. Presbyterian families are invited to turn their attentionto Dwight. Yours in Christian love, _Ltttheb. Done

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

t > :i Ecclesiastical. MTiJB.'A.M.'MAB.TXN was ordained , by the _: v Bresbyteryi of West Jersey, on the 3d of ' December,'and installed at Cape Island. Rev. S. J_^ Bated hasi resigned his pastoral ' _^charge at _Ejeokuk , Iowa. Jl_«y.,j)r. Bowman has accepted- a call in ;-, _Ifryan County, (Ja. Mr.:J&mes D. Rbabdon, was ordained, by the Presbytery of Northumberland , Dee. : 10th, and installed at Sunbury arid North-/.'XiTiwihfirlnTiV?'_-1 Mi:i''-i • ¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

Another of the Fathers Gone.—We ]earn , by a letter from Bev. S. M. Templeton, that Rev. James Henry Dickey, of Peoria Presbytery, died on the 24th of De. cember, aged seventy-six,; years and two months. Time hastens all onward. The young become aged, and the aged leave this field of action. But, whether called early or late, the good and faithful servant is approved.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

<;_ress bad unanimously resolved to relit the " .British ship Resolute , which had been employed in -A-1 "0 '10 discovery, and had been abandoned at sea, and after paying the finders and defraying all expenses, to present the vessel to the English Government, has produced a very pleasing feeling in this country. The naval officers at Portsmouth, together with the corporation and inhabitants , are preparing to give a warm welcome to the American officers on their arrival. Southampton is making similar preparations. Such an act is most graceful and admirable, and must tend to cement the union of the two nations more strongly than ever. God grant that this union may ever remain inviolate and indissoluble 1 The Russian Government has addressed to all the Powers a very plausible document, distinguished by all the astuteness of practiced diplomacy, in which it endeavors to show, 1st. That the Isle of Serpents not being mentioned in the Treaty of Peace, Bussia had a right to occ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

_%tpxt$. For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Report ofH; CMld_^_Trejaiorer of _tfceBb_^_rd of Foreign Missions, for December. I JSlairspiUe Presbytery. Ligonier _congregation, aMIt'I, $2.50 Congrutty " 33.00 New Salem " 25.00 Centre ,., ," . 4.60 . For. Mis. Society, Btairsville ', ' ' Seminary_^ ' 18.00 . •¦ : ¦ ;¦ ¦ . ;, ;-:¦• ;?<_V 3 ¦ ¦ <;¦ ¦ ¦• •: ¦ ¦ ¦¦ •; ¦ . : $78.10 • . Allegheny City Presbytery. Freedom congregation," $12.20 First Allegheny " Infant School,?' 989 :. . ;,,. . Sabbath School, 23.50. Congregation; 122.95 $156.34 ¦ • ¦ • ¦ ¦ . *•¦' ¦ ' ¦ : ¦ ¦ - = •¦- —— $168.54 Steubenvitte Presbytery. Eidge congregation, $26.00 :' ¦ " ; Ohio PresbyteryJ Candnsburg congregation, $20.00 Miller's Bun i " 13.25 Concord congregation, in part, 8;00 .. . ,... :. -.- . ..,:. . .. .„. — • $41.25 . Washington Presbytery. Ladies* Foreign Mis. Society of Washington, to constitute Susan Taylor a life member, $30.00 Washington congregation, month- ; ly concert,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

_RKCKVT TSSUKS BT'THK AfflBRIOAKT TRACT SOCIETY, ;Nq..303_w Chestnut StreetPhila delphla. '""¦ -• ¦ •'¦" . ;.'-"- ¦ - ¦*¦ ¦ -" •¦¦•¦.¦•¦ . • ¦ ¦ _^ Practical Truths, by Rev. A. Alexander, D. D., _Professor in the Theological Seminary, PrincetonN. J., consisting of WA^*ri. on8;_writings for the American Tract Society, from H a formation in 1825, to his death, in 1851; pp. 396,12mo_ _wiftt steel portrait—50 cents, or 70c."gllt. itJi • ¦ ': '-' _'" ¦ ' ¦ • _> Family Bible,; with, notes; complete in .three _velumtiB. Price $2.00. These brief notes on iheProphetsiand-moreobscnrB parts of the Bible, are of great value in giving the needed due to a right interpretation, and bbth'notes and instructions are admirably adapted for family worship. " Vfflage Sermonsin _latge type. _"'''' *f _-'_il? -J _- ; .fifty-two plain and short discourses,on the;principal,doctrines of the _Qogpal; intended for the use of families, Sunday Schools,- or companies _asBeinbted _i«Brf Aligidus; instructi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

TOteOT_. Diet>—On November 6th, Mart E. Reed, daughter or Rev. Wm.Reed, of. Marietta, Ohio. . ] ¦ ¦:/,] .i^;' y?>,n [._ ¦ " ¦ . ' :; Diei>—In _Kiskiminitaa Township j ArmBtrong County, Pa., December 24th, Mrs.. Martha . Wilson, in the 45th year of her age.' <¦ ¦¦!¦'-¦'¦':- '>¦•¦ ¦ *' ¦ ¦ ¦ • '¦ ¦ ¦ - • .•' • ."_-• ¦¦_'¦¦ ¦ ¦•>>>'• ¦ ¦¦ DlED—At Colerain Forges, on the Sd inst., Miss Bbttik Walker, in the TOthyear of her age. ' ' ¦ ¦ ¦ _^ ¦ >i" > Miss Walker wm born in Ireland, and came, with her parents, to this country in _early life., She was an exemplary Christian, domestic in her habits, greatly beloved, and strong in the faith that Is in Christ Jesus. l "" ' '""' "_' ' JLVibd—On Wednesday, Bee. 15th, at his residencein Newcastle, Craig' CouDty_, Va., Dr. Thomas J. Whabion_, in the 46th year of his age.,.,, . .,, .--„. ,.; \' ' -.,. ' » -,, . .,-:} ..-.., Dr. Wharton was horn in Bedford County, graduate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

ffir&piiflp_^ ,Qur foreign papers still abound in narratives of terrinc storms during the month of December. The United States.mail steamer Hermann was disabled and. obliged to return to Southampton, to refit. Several other, mail steamers, which had left porty_^were driven back.1\ _' ;.l,_<. ^> " ¦ ,M j,•;.,- : : The controversy between- Prussia and the Swiss government' has; gone so far as to greatly .endanger, the peace.- The Swiss seem unhappily, to Have rejected the proposition of Napoleon .which might nave been accepted with honor. Still, it is hoped that the kind offices of neighbors and the good sense of the governments, will prevent the strife of_^; battie_? < ; ¦ ¦ _- ¦¦¦¦ • ¦ ¦ • ¦ - ¦? - _¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦ • _"¦'¦ . •¦ ¦• Ti: -, _-^^-1 -'_-_^ . ., ' ..: ,.- ¦ _- .: ."i '_-!/_i _, ' « . .,-• . ; JEl»glfUtt«I_» ' ,- >:,l-: _-' - ;;¦.'.:.::• ' ,•;..-.!; Two things are making quite a sensation in England—the restoration of the ship Resolute, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

PROSPECTUS or thi _PRBSBVTBRIAN BANNfiB The BunriB Is published weekly, Is the dtiM at Pitt* " -V ; •" _' ' ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ •" * TSRHS¦ ¦ ¦ _' •¦' ¦ -¦ ¦- • IN ADVANCE, ' ¦¦ ¦' ¦ ,; ., '.;• -,,, ¦ ..; «noii^»«*r IN CLUBS of twenty, and npwards, ^» ^*« DELIVERED in either of the cities. L76 « ' « ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. * ' For eight lines, or' less, one Insertion' SO Mats; eaeh subsequent insertion, 26 cents. Each additional line, beyond eight, S cents for every insertion. For eight lines, three months, $8.00. Kach additional Use 26 cents. • ¦• •»,• For eight lines . One Year, _flO.00. _^h additional line 11. .Cards of two lines, 46 a year, and $1; fbr. _eaeh additlonal line. _Botinkbs Nonoiw; or ten line* or less, One Dollar, lach additional line6 ctnt_?. ,, ...i, ' ,., ,,f. ... _* *SrCommunicationk ' recdmmendatory ' of Inventions , Me dtoal PracticeSchools-4c.4c.,being«#slRnBdfcr thepeeu mary benefit of Individuals , should be paid for as Business Notices.--.'. '" -. - ¦ • '¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

€O It B K R.T'S _SNYKIiO_^B MAM U¥"AC-3?ORY, _' 6BJj{ " South'FOURTH Street_^ beipw Chestnut ~ :i: v:r H '-ff /_'{,ii).*:PHnlADBL'PHIA_^ ---l ' l . ¦ ,'-.... Envelopes, Die Sinking, andEngraviag, Pica Altered, En velopea Stamped with' Business Cards,'Homaeopathfr Xnvel pmrffll_^Bealed and printed dii«ttoM, PsjwrTJagt fin tgrieulturttts, grocers, 4e _^ for putting sp garden seeds and groeerteB.:;. ''_:'_-_'._?''?^_- .'_' -_^_-_"1 •>_"» :*« " ;;' _: _- ^;¦¦:. ".• PRINTING ofaU , kinds,;vi»:;Cards, BilVHeads, Oil _cularsr ___'_""' ' *¦ " *' " ¦"" ' .. ENGBAV1NG of . Visiting and _bedding Cards, with envelopes to fit' exactly,' of file finest Bngljgh, French and American paper. ' »/. -._& - ._« _a_% ¦ ¦¦ i ._" T, . ¦- ' :¦ ¦ ¦ •' Envelopes mads to order, of any _sise, quality and decrlption. Conveyancer's Envelopes for deeds, mortgages, old papers, Ac, made in the best manner by: _: .. _»! _*- WM. _COMBRT. - N; B. Orders_'_ient bjrlxpress, or _ai per agnementi. ' * nn?_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

Hatfwfc On ,«i« 18th ult.. by Key. wm.)Beed, Mr. MatthewPob-Tsa to Mias Catuaeinb _Ltoss. both of Morgan County, O. : On the 25th of Tec., by Rev., P. _Hassinger, Mr. George W. B. Hassincbe to Miss S. Bell Jabvis, both of Troy, Madison CoBiily,Ill _^. -. ¦• ,• ¦ ';•*y. r "f_': .vi _^v > 1 : ¦¦ r l-<_->'i :_¦ ¦ ^;_-':,-t5 On Ne\_t_;-Year's day, _oy Rev. O. V. McKaig, Mr. James HBTOHisoKto'Miss ' SiciSAkBH'Niau , f : ' _" ' " ' . 'i _fOn the 24tb _lilfc, by Rev. Thomas SteTerikon, ' Mr_;'loiaTSl Thomas, Principal of the Pine Grove Academy, to _MiasLtrcr EMHEBiiJEi both of Centre County, Pa. , r " , . ! Wednesday, Dec. 17th, at the residence of Hugh Brown, by Bev. W. M. Fergnson, Mr. John _Lauohlin to Miss Hannah _>1. Brown, all of Guernsey County, O. .-. By _rthe iame,*Dec." 2M, at the house of the bride's father_^ Mr.. JPkksbbick . Campbell to Miss M. E. _Bruske, all of the above County and State. _,,.. k :-, -v__ ,., ¦ . ¦:. ,. . . ( ¦ • ¦ . : In _P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

•-'¦-_/ ¦ ''¦-: ;-f 'MBX_^_ptsl -' ¦;; : " ;: ;v_'_- _;.,' " ' • "" "' ' - " . ' ' << ¦ ' Vliiibvucg'h._r " '" . " / ' ,. " . ¦'' .../ ' . :il ' sHEB-l-Pearls, _7@?3_^c, _Potsy 5_^@6oi Soda Ash, 3J_£ m_%&- ;_- ':¦;: ¦¦ " '¦ ':_^-.v_^--: • _• • i'_-_^:;-, - ¦ . ¦ ¦:. :_% apples—$3.00@3.50 per bbl. Bbajts—Small white, $2.25@2 SO per bush. . ! , Bo3iTBR;A!n>,MGa8--Butter,18(»22e. . _JSggs, 23@25o. ,. Dries Kruit—Peaches, $3.25@3.50. ' Apples, $2.12@2.23. . :-Vba3BXB8—; Wostern'.; 65c." ; .''.' ¦ :J'» <• •' : :: .-- 1;:_¦ .:¦:.>; .•:. ¦_:!«-'. _1\oue—Vfheat_, _$5.62@6.00. Buckwheat, $2.C0@2.50i per iooBs. ' •" ¦ _'' • "¦ " ¦ ' "•' ¦ ' - ¦ ¦ ¦'"¦ 'v - j ¦ ¦ Ibii>—Country $1.25 per 100 B»8; . ; :; ;, ;f GstAts—Oats32c. R,ye,60e. Barley, $1.0001.15. Corn, €0@65.( ¦Wheat,$_W6@1.25. s ' >: ' ¦; Hay—$8.OO@12.oqfS ton. ¦; , , ¦:¦ ..- , •: . . " Hosb—$5.50@5.76, gross. , ¦ Potatoes—Reds, -$l;00 per bn. -_" • * ' r. ;i ¦ BEEDSr-Cloyer, $...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 10 January 1857

EtM Mmximtm ) ¦ . China and Russia. _.We_^ last week, 'stated that the _Ihsurgehts, or perhaps we should say, Revolutionists , in China, had "been making additional advances , after a season of not much progress.5 We recurr to the subject again to note the * movements of Russia vs that direction. It has always been the policy of Monarchs to aid each other when the throne was in danger; and of aspiring nations to interifere with the domestic troubles of their neighbors, and by engaging with a party, to gain an influence subversive of the independence of the people who were professedly aided. Let nations ever guard against internal strife! , __ , , ¦ Information lately received, states that the Emperor of Russia has offered..to- the Emperor of China ' _* ' troops to put clown Tai-pmg-\_fang fl the head ofthe •rebellion.( There is considerable of inland trade between Russia and China. Russia has also a iate _._oommeroiat treaty_^_.wi_^ _Chuia, wMch_. w_._eiSee _|_ht _i| |_feted...

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