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

; ¦ :: ¦ . ¦_-¦>'¦¦¦• - ¦¦ ¦ ¦Y'-r-: -ii:-- ItemS.i .. _¦_- , . ¦ .! : ;.;:-i 'M _, .u[ The mortality of Philadelphia1 for the past year has been ten_! thousand two hundred ahd r twentytwo. ; ' ./. :¦ _> ¦ . ¦ .-;;;¦;;. -;A .::-¦;.-; .:.>:¦¦: .=;•• ;;.v ._Ur._th_: ¦ ¦ ¦ , ¦_-¦ ¦ iThe mortality of the city of Baltimore for the year 1866 was five thousand rix_.hundred and sixty-eight being an increase of ,om _JLundred _^ and ninety-three over the previous year. _,[ . From the official statistics of Ohio, lot the year 1856, we learn that the. State contains 621,443 horses, 1,680,710 cattle, 6,750 mules, 3,513,688 sheep, 1,831,124 swine, arid 267,595 carriages. The Legislature of Missouri met in season at Jefferson, and organized by electing a Benton Democrat Secretary of the Senate, and a Democratic " Whig Speaker of the Hbu_^e; The Ariiericans;and Benton Democrats; fused j and the result _showB that the combination has a clear .majority. During the year 1856, th...

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

Washington _Correspondence.; Washington, January 5,1857. The new year was inaugurated as a social fes_^ tival at the Capitol. Within the last decade, the good old Knickerbocker custom of New Yo _' rk/ of a general interchange of hospitable civilitjes on that day, has been established here, and is now recognized as a part and feature of the occasion. The President received the diplomatic corps at 11 o'clock, and '; afterwards, all the officers of the Army and Navy in the city, paid their respects in a body. At noon, the doors of the Executive mansion, were thrown open to the public generally, and excellent arrangements, prevented the least confusion upon the first pressure of the crowd. It was, however, _remarked, that the throng by no means equalled the.display or turn-out during-the last three years, and itt this respect furnished another illustration of the effect of _departing power upon hiamaninfirmiiils. The men who swarmed around the White House, when. President Pierce had _...

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

A _DV E K T I S E M"E N TS. ' ,.. .-:_^-k-i ¦< ;-:• ¦}' _* '';-'/ ¦ '¦ ' ¦ ¦ ^¦':! ' _'-v' i T'_-«^ '>* _<'?^ _Tir_^AF ' ATBSTtfK "ffAi._lA»"PTtf»« _' »: _iiYS 1 i MORE—Thursday, Saturday, Monday, and _^_uesdayS January.8th. 10thISthand 13th,.,, ,»,.. , ,. _^ _^.,, r , " BARGtAY'8 JERUSAIiBM AND THE HOLY t_^ND,; ' Painted from Photographs colored upon the spot. ,;'•-; _^.r. Lecture upon sacred localities, and manners and customs of the East. . . .Tickets 25cents. -¦¦¦ "- ¦ ¦ . 'Yli ¦¦! f«a,vj Ui'Xfcyt.It]* i _TTkl S8OLV T. IO _N.-THBS PART* 1BRSHIP JLFi heretofore existing under the name and style ' of Bailey & Renshawhaving expired - this day,I by. limitation, is hereby'dissolved. The outstanding accounts' of the firm will be nettled by Jno. A. Behshaw,1 who will continue the f July 1st, 18ST. •/,::• ¦:_¦: ,.- _^ } jJXCKiA. BJSNSHAW.:_^_rt ' Inretlringftointlielate flrtt, I desire respectfally to " return my tbauksfor the patronage with which _wa bavo...

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

JPresliyterial Notices. ;>_, _, " s,, ; Tlie;PiiESBYTER¥ OF _AtiWHEUY CITY will meet ai _BriiJgewater, on the third Tuesday of January,'at 11 o'clock A. ,M...,,, >, . _' , -, .. ,, (,. JAMBS ALLISON, Stated Clerk. ' The PBfSBYTEKT" OF NBWtBBUNSWlOE_.wfll hold Its next regular meeting, in the Lecture Boom of the First PreBbyterian church, in Princeton, on the second Tuesday in January, (the 13th,) at 11 o'clock. A., M.. • ¦ • • , , ..,. , ' ¦ ¦ '•" ¦¦¦' ' ';¦ '"¦ A. D: WHITE, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF OHIO will meet in _tlie Lecture Room of the First church, Pittsburgh, on the second Tuesday of January, at 2 o'clock P. M. ,-,_; ¦ _;-.-.;• ¦ . •¦ ¦ ., •..». ¦ .-W. B, McttTATNB, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY; OF WINNEBAGO Will meet at _Xpnd du Iad,'Wis..'on the last Thursday!, (tho 29th.) of January, _atTo'clogkP.M._! . Hv M.KOBI<iRT^\ Stotodj€acrk. ; ,_T_,The PRESBYTERY OR-iBMIRSVILtB? will m&fc at Blairsvilleon the 2d _Tnegday. of January nextat 2 ...

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

«_BRESBTTERUH MAGAZINK.—THK .11 . SEVENTH VOLUME of the "Presbvterian Magazine, " , will commence in January, 1857, under the editorial supervision of C. Van RenVgelaer, D. D. ¦ ' ¦ .: '¦'•'¦' '¦>_- . During/ the, year, the edi; or, proposes,* .with the leave of "Providence; to write a ' series of Essays on " "The African •Raceme _xxri:iqk mt-'_fis_^i ,_5j*«;i._A/jj _y_'_l.vr*:, v_: v. ¦: . A number of new contributors to .the Magazine have been •engaged; andtba editor' ventures to hopeV that the publication will give; satisfaction to those,who-may lavor it with their patronage.' Whilst openly and designedly Presbyterian ta its preferences, its, basis oa the principles of the Refojmation guarantee its tone of Christian liberality. .. ThW" Presbyterian Magarine" is a'_moiSthly religious periodicalof. forty-eight, pages. , Engraved portraits; of Dc. Tliornwell and Dr. Murray,' and perhaps of others, will appear in the volume for 1857. _; Price _Osre _Doixae a yearinvariably i...

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

, ' _^ j._l^^Penni_^_b I_^_g_^^ ; ., Thi _. s body,, in _botii its branches, met at Harrisburg, on,. Tuesday, and, was duly organized. David Taggart, Republican, -was elected,.Speaker of the Senate, and J. L. Getz, Democrat, Speaker of the House. We hope,.in our next,>to?give au abstract ofatheiGovernor'_s Message. , r _,;

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

_ptcr»^ _jprtm Praotica-JFihjths. _sBy the Rw. Archibald Alexander, D.D._i EiMUiej_^u_, ». J. Consisting of his Y»_tfouB writings for the American Tract _SooiJW. I2mo,_i pp. 896 _Published by the _African Tract Society, 1* 0 ,Nm«hi Street, Keif Yprk, »nd 80S Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. > ' _tfbis volume comprises _ivbout forty articles, ,jntttpn(ltaj r . Dr. Alexa_^de_/, .for the "American ££_^ r:_C«n Tracts written for the Soci-^' 8 4J _gj)_%eWlv8er?^; s_* email books prepared for cojnmpB_^_eaders, and 8_elecUon^;_frd?h Ms eor--wppdnltticeirith Ihe Society. _" tfheVoitttoe possesses all the excellence which belongs to Dr. Alexander's _writing*. _______________ i' _! j*;3 %_l _~ i _? _^T *"¦ BOOKS Mat to _« tor - Notic e* will b_« dvljr Attended to* VI|o««Cr«_aKpn1iltabenlaPiaiw_> a_«iphim i_»_w___ *JK t«_ f W >•» ¦* _yF _TJhe _ifoartf _qf Publication nave jnat _wsueu _uio .following works, jit. - . _G__ms from thiCorat, TstANns. 12mo.T pp. 232. By ...

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

Correspondence of tfte _ttresoyterian Banner and Advocate. Omaha City, Nebraska,) December 18,1856. j Dr. McKinney :—As my last letter was devoted principally to the " Temporalities" of our Territory, 1 design in the present one to direct your attention to our " Spiritualities," and if possible, to enlist you in behalf of our spiritual interests, and especially in behalf of Presbyterianism in Nebraska. TOTTAT TT4_H _TfETElO DONE ? The standard of the Cross has been erected on these Western river shores, and-a beginning has been made toward the permanent establishment of thfe Presbyterian.Church. Aj church has been organized in Nebraska City, * which is under the pastoral care-of Rev. H.; M. Giltner, and is _increasing in numbers* and in influence. This is an imporfent point—has been early occupied, and is exerting a healthful and powerful influence for prnod in that Dortion of the Territory. At Bellvue, the old umana mission siation, a nucleus has been formed, and is ternporar...

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

§m _§ij§mts . For the Presby_terian Banner and Advocate. ; _. JuvenileStreet J_^unning. --- _Iotliers< There is a practice iri_^many of bur county towns, that excites in us"_* serious appre-HensioDs. It was loDg ago said of certain females, for whom home -had few charms, that they were extremel y| dexterous rn the spinningf of -"'Street Yarn;"and this saying is as true now,_^ancl is mpre- fearfully manifested, than ,w|ien it originally suggested itself to the mind of its author. The class of females, however, among whom we have greatest _Reason to fear its ill consequences is the rising gen_^ratipri., i _Havioe been for some time a resident in a country town , which is iamiJiar to naaDjot the readers of the Banner and Advocate) we have had abundant opportunity of witnessing the fearful _manifeBtations to which we have alluded. This practice is indulged, too, at hours when prudence most forbids it. Scarcely can we walk out after twilight in the evening without being'an...

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

_The Winter Session, of five months, will commence the first Wednesday in November. , EJPen8_es ,for Boarding, FuelLight and Tuition in the English branches, $60 per Session. Ancient and Modern Lan _giiages. each. $ 6. __LesspM o __ lie Piano, and use of Instrn-Oxford, Sept. 20, MS6 BAMIJM_<mcabsy.<hrf<~d,i:8. '¦ ' ."' ¦" ' " ,. _'''"' ¦ ' ~ . ' " ' 8en29-tf §!Ali<rSBVR6 MAIS AND FE1_HALE _ffi ACADEMY. -The Tenfh Session of this Institution wfli open on the 3d of November, and continue five months_, in Mai _DepSt oeif ****** °f ***>>**»«**^Teacher ¦ _ft _SSSS_^_SSSt_^^ of St enbenTille,)Teacher .lor farther information , address any member of the _TM_^_wSSiJ^™^ ' - Rer.T._GILKERSON, IfSffifis,, nsissgr_^ B,B.,M'CREA, J.W.ROBIKSON. O_^f°^?«fl ]BWAIilB _COIJilBflB_, _BXJTLKR . county, Ohio, under care of flie Synod of Cincinnati Principal,Bev. J. W. Scott, D.D.,_aide« by eight assistant teachers. _Irpense from $80 to $90 ner _sdlion of _...

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

A ttorn civx _vuoLaimnviAM tui,itGE O_ "WBSTJBRN PENNSYLVANIA. An Institution for the Business man. Chartered, April, 1885 Located at Pittsburgh, opposite the Post Office. Having a larger patronage than any similar Institution of the West. BOARD OT TRUSTEES. His Esr * y., Got. _Jas. Pollock, Hon. R. M. Riddle. Hon. Wm. BiglerEx<Got. Hon. J. E. Brady, Col. Wilson _McCandless_, H. A. PryorEsq., Col. William Hopkins, B. L. _Fahnestock, Esq., Capt. D. Campbell, Sd. CampbeU. Esq. N. P. FettennanEsq. j Alex -nder, Bradley, _Ssa. PHneinal-.V. W_ JKN1CTNS. WAWMSKX, COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 1.1. HITCHCOCK, (author of "A "New Method of Teaching Book-Keeping, ") Professor of the Science of Accounts, and of the Art of. Book-Keeping, and Teacher of Arithmetic, and its application .to business. JOHN FLEMING, (author of the "National System of Book-keeping, ") Lecturer on the Science of Accounts, and on Business, its customs and usages. ALEXANDER COWLEI and W. P. COOPBR, Spencerian Writer...

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

_HENKY J._LHYB. .... . . . ... , . . _UbO. BLAUA. K WnSSINGVO S IRON WORK8.-£I.OTn & BLACK, Manufacturers of Bar, SheetHoop and ¦ Angle Iron, Nails,' and Spikes; also, Flat Bar-Punched Railroad Iron. .;.. ' . ¦ . .;-:;¦, ¦' . :. ' • ¦ *•' ¦ ' . : . .- . :-. ' ' ¦ '' Warehouse No. 99 Water Street, between Wood, and Market. >: . ¦ " -' . oc25-6m nfaBSBYTKRIAJI " BOOK ROOMS.—THK ¦M~ _Depository is now well _fornished with all . the Public** tions of the Presbyterian Board of Publication,and especially With those that are suitable for Sabbath School Libraries. There is also a good supply° of nearly 400 additional volumes, selected with' special care, from the numerous publications of the Massachusetts S. S. Society, and the American S.' S. Union. ..;. . ; ... ; ¦ _•:., • ¦ ; ¦¦ . - ¦ ¦- . . _- , _- .:. ¦ . ¦ . • ..- ¦¦ . ;; ' Orders from any part of the country will be promptly attended to by addressing the subscriber. Money may be sent by mail at our risk. . ..... ./. ...

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

Merger Potatoes -_^-In _tne early;part or the ptesent century, John Gilky, one of the early settlers of Mercer County, Pa;, prpduced from seed the justly cel _e brated Mercer pota * to; which was afterwards cultivafediby Mr. _3evan Pearson of Mercer County, in the neighborhood ofv{E)arb y, _iJDelaware County, Pa., whence it spread/over the Union. ?PHas Gilky, a poor solitary "exile of Erin/' has done more to benefit m&nkind than many a hero of a hundred battles,'and it has been proposed to immortalize his humble name by calling the " _Mercerg," fromhencefbrward , , The Grape Culture:—An Ohio vine grower writes to the * Journal of Commerce that tnere are now devoted to vineyard culture over four thousand acres in the Ohio valley, about one-half of which; _^ quantity is in the vicinity of Cincinnati. In _tte Mis souri valley there are about seven hundred or eight hundred acres, and in the Upper Mississippi valley five hundred or six hundred acres, in Tennessee, Alabama, So...

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

_STUTTERISG AND STAMMERING CUREDWithout Pain or Surgical Operation. .The readers of the Banner, and Advicate will recollect I published a notice last'Winter,headed "The Last Call to Stuttering and Stammering Persons," in which Iannouneed was the only chance they would ever have of getting cured, and all who desired the cure should either send for It by mail or call themselves before the 10th of March, as on that day I had made arrangements to resign my profession, and retire from the, practice. Since the 20th, I have personally consulted forty, 'and' sent the cure " by mail to sixty individuals. In every instance perfect satisfaction has been rendered. In Justice to 'all who are so unfortunate as to stutter or stammer yet. I have thought proper to give another opportunity of being cured, and therefore would respectfully request them to send me $20, (which is legs than my usual fee,) and I will immediately send them my cure. By so 'doing they>'save' the expense. of traveling...

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

Jitimnik Eras. Gas is manufactured from rich bituminous coals,—rsueh as Cannelcoal, Newcastle coal, and tbe Albert coal of-Nova Scotia. A chaldron of Newcastle coal, weighipg 27 ewt. will yield' 0as . . • • • • 8,650 cubic feet. Coke . . . .. . . • • 1*_4 cwt. Ammpniacal liquor . . 12| gallons. _4Chicktar . , . 12 gallons. A chaldron of Cannel coal will yield an average of twelve thousand eubic feet of gas. The gascoal used in New Yprk costs about f 12 per chaldron. Tbe coke , or shell of the coal after the gas is extracted, is ;worth about $4 per chaldron, and makes a very nleaaant fire in a grate. The bituminous coal js wT o_^n into a .not iron cylinder, or retort, as it is called, whose mouth is closed and sealed tight with soft clay. The vapor of the coaly distilling in the retort, passes through a lube,by which it escapes into a series !pf vessels, calle_<l the condenser, where it cools and deposits all its tarand othercondeosibleimpurities. Thence it passes thro...

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

-.»• «»»«Dueo io men new store, 131 Wood street, five doors above Fifth street, which we hive built with the es-PreBS adaptation to our increased business ' The first floor has been fitted up in modern style, exclusively for onr retail trade, where will always be found a compiete _^ _assortoientof the most fashionable styles of Gents' and _^_t_. *1_* RJ_^CH*<* «»* Children's Goods, adapted to the seasons. We shall be pleased to see out friends at onr new The four upper stories are expressly for our Wholesale Trade, where will be found a fall stock of-Hate and Cans _^_&&^^_XiTi Vlwa> -*"_* _M_%r wlth'aa _yi° l)Mn _.»«ouBe In the eastern cities, v " W B. ' RRMKlIinr " mmtTi, _«»_i___ __'" _^Th _i XI 1ei ? y »St _!6et 'h **«n >*c«Hent stock, _romprtf VINS GBEB N AND BLACK TEAS DOMESTIC AND _FOReISvISS_^S8 ' CINCINNATI HAMS. AND DRIED BEEF 8 ' _• ¦ _•. , _? _»W)UR,tISH,&c _^ * ' £ s_^_n_^^ _s^*_i_^Stts£ _^ CaMognes _fnmiflhed , _giving _«...

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

How .Prayer is Answereu. One of the pupils in a school in Germany came toJhis master one day in great trouble, _because, as he said, God would not answer his prayer. "And what did you pray for V " I prayed to God that he would give me an humble heart ?" " And why do you think he has not heard you?" The child said, with tears, " Since I prayed for this, the other boys have been cross and unkind to me. They tease and mock me at every turn, bo that I can hardly bear ;* » " My dear boy, you nave prayea tnat ixoa would give you an humble heart, and why, ttien; _should yoji . be vexed jf the other boys are the means of _^ humbling you 1 Here -you see that God does really answer you. It is_*in this way he sees ' fit tg send you an humble mind ?" The poor child'had not thought of that. He had fancied that God would have taken pome other way with him, _,and thus he was mistaken in his thinking that his prajer was

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

_W7WVE P£R CENT. SAVING FUND, OF * *£%. _^_t _ion"1 Safety Company, Incorporated by _&_* State of Pennsylvania. J Money is _receivefl in any sum, large or small, and interest paid from the day of deposit. . ' ¦ " :¦; , _T The office is open every day, from 9 o'clock in the morning _SJSS_^SSE"_^ _^ _* , *^_-_^ «_tt»« !_W Interest Five PerCent. All sumslarge or smallare paid back in _/_oW, on demand without noticeto any amount. This Savins Fund now has more than mn xaum of dol larsall inMoawfAOra, Gbotod _Rbnts, and other first class investments, for the security of. depositors. o< _^ ^?sf _^^_W_^ Street, South-West corner o Third Street, Philadelphia. ; ianl-lr Wf«KK151._Y»S BKL1_> _FOCMDRT_^ HE. _ WEST TROY, NEW YORK \w_«1 »»«M ;fl»*tthe Messrs. Meneely have their furnace In full blast _^ again,and wears pleased toknow' thatthey _f_^ n '"*_&¦ _ _»_- «*n*>*ii{d C_^tre_,one _TSo Jounds mL_^B_^ N - H _V °?e _lf A000 _W_«i»*i for W _%_& _...

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

_fwr MmMa: For the Presbyterian Banner and AdTocate. _, BeEeady. DbA-B ,CJHix_.i)BE2sr .- ---The blossoming Spring, the sweet Summer flowers , with the sear .and yellow. Jeayes, have all come and gf>ne. lime is iurrying u§ rapidl y onward , anjl _piir * frail bodies will be soon no ni p re. Are you diligently preparing for that state after death ? God pays , " Give vakCtlune._hiejxji."..'The wicked spirit says, "No, you shall hot give him your heart." _Qhrist say _^ s, "Love me." The wicked one whis_|_ersj,"" I _. fton't ' care how much you profess to _Imis nim j but" you shall love me.'' This wicked spirit is called in the Bible the 'I fatker ©f _JM._f! Qh!'_^yna^^_w: .you _K_^_i||i-!^_g_^s|hi ( >^.p;^e j. _"_^ is the accepted time." Wmen oi tnese two masters are you obeying ? A lovely youth has just breathed his last A few hours ago he w_»s in blooming health, but was thrown from his horse, and killed. Not far Jrom his father's dwelling, lies the corpse of ...

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