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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

JUST ISSUE D-JiCOBUS»S NOTES OH THE GOSPEL,BY JOHN.—This is the third volume of a series on the Evangelist'. The following are a part of the many testimonies borne in favor ot the former portions of the work: ¦ "Those volumes display in a very eminent degree the excellences which should appear in a condensed commentary on any portion of the Word of God. They embrace the n»am»w of all the best writers and Com-_ mentators on tbe Gospels. The labor which they must have cost is immense, and could only have Keen, devoted by one whose heart was in the work. The Harmony of the Gospels, which is interwoven in the Notes, and the •wonderful condensation if facts and expositions, render both volumes estrwnely valuable."—Presb. Banner. . " For valuable eondrusation, and accuracy and safety of interpretation, we think it superior to Barnes, and would advise its use in our Bible Classes."—Christian. Intelligencer " Admirably adapted to the Sabbath School, Bible Class, and Family, with this adva...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

TUSCARORA ACADEMY, FOUNDED IK 1836.—i'he Winter Session of this Institution opens oti the 1st of November next. The last Catalogue numbers 160 students, from tea States of the Union. Tne course of instruction is full aud thorough, both as to preparation for business and for College. Students have beeu entered by the Principal at Yale, Pdnceton, Dickinson. 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 iu and around the Institution are all the most anxious parent can desire. For catalogues, containing full information, apply at this office, or to ¦ J. H. SHO3IAKER, M. A., Principal, se20-3m Acadernia, "Juniata County, Pa. THE MILLER A€5 AD EDIT, AT WASHINGTON, O,—The Winter Term in this Institution will commence ou Monday, the 3ii of November, aad will continue firo months. This Academy is under the fupervisionand care of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

IT , IS NOT A DYE: — GREY HAIRED , Bald, or persons afflicted wi h diseases of the hair or scalp, read the following, and judge of MRS. S. A. ALLAN'S WORLD'S HAIR RESTORER. REV. Af. THAOHER, (60 years of age,) Pitcher, Chenango County. N Y. "My hair is now restored to its natural color, and ceases to Ml." RBV. PROB1 . GEORGE SHEPARD, Bmgor, Me. «I find friends who on my recommendation, are disposed to try it RBV. WM. CUTTER, Editor Mothers' Magazine. N Y. « My hair is changed to its natural color, and growing on bald spot, &a." . REV. 8. P. STONE, D. D., Concord, N. H. " My hair, which was grey, is now restored to its natural color,"&o." RE?. D. CLBNDENIN, Chipago. 111. "t en; add my testimony, and.recommend it to my friends." KBV. D. T. WOOD, Middletnwn, N. Y. « My own balr has greatly thickened, and also that of one of my family, whe was becoming bald, &c" , RBV. J. P. TUSTIN, Charleston, B.C. 'The white hair is becoming obvkted, and new hair forming, &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

V ?™¥ NDBBSIGW13D HAS BBBBf 4PJL POINTED Receiving Agent and Treasurer, for tbe following Church enterprises, in the Synods of PITTSBURfirr ALLEGHENY, WHEELING, AND OIHO, viz: ' aTA^fo0 ^0 ^1 A8SemW 5'8 BOARD OP DOMESTIC MISSIONS; the General Assembly's BOARD OC EDUCATION S^Jr'Sf 51 Assembly's tJHU» CH EXTENSION COMMITSiSe r^n^ Correspondents will please address him as below, statin* distinctly the Presbytery and Omrch, from which coi»tribu> toons are sent; and when a receipt isreauired by mail the name of the post office and Omtnty. ' As heretofore, monthly reports will be made through the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate&aithB Bomeand Mtreion Secord. J.D.WILLIAMS, Treasurer, Presbyterian Rooms, 45 St. Cli-ir Street. "y24 Pittsburgh. Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

MALK AND FEMA£.B5 ACADEMY. NORTH SEWICKLE1T, BEAVER CODNTY, Pa w^r 5f?fy n Webber ^l ^ ndpaL Mr - '• B.JUddoo ' Md Miss Ruth C. Bowman, Teachers. _ This Institution is located^ a healthful and beautiful region of country, and affords superior facilities for study and personal comfort, with entire freedom from immoral ass-odations. It is the constant aim of the Principal to surrouud 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 tor active busmnss pursuits, for teachers, or for admission into the Junior Class of any of our first Colleges. Sutw- ior advantages are afforded to young ladies to perfect themsii vesm the principles and practice of instrumental music, on the Piano. ' ' Large and commodious buildings have been erected, where the pupils are constantly under the snpe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

WS^f3S^A *'» H&^a^&sssa^by ssx««- The next session of this well known Institution will commence on the Fu-Bt Monday in November, and continue fivemonths. » .. . -¦ Situated in the beautiful and healthful valley of Sewickley, within twelve miles of Pittsburgh, and one of Spwii*. leyvxlle with the Ohio lUver, and thTbto and PennsTvt Jl^"r 'm ™* g within sight, it is easy of aceess. either from the East or West. Away from the noise and tempt*- tiom of town and city, the pupils enjoy the greatest advantagestor uninterrupted study; whilst the extensive grounds »nd shady retreats pertaining to the Seminary, afford ample opportunity for exercise, so necessary to the development of a good physical constitution, as well as a vigorous steto of Quod. The number of boarding pupils is limited, in order that eacho and: all may ebjoy the personal care and attention or the Priucipal and his lady. ' <**•<••<." «< i T ?wv3 ^ *7 ?.p uer . £eS8i °n »to incl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

JT OCUST GROVE SEMlflf ARY. WEAR JU PICTSBORGH.-A BOAKDIKG ™ dIy SoHOoTira Youso LABim-Mev. George T. Rider, A Jl.. Hector-The iail J?erm of this Institution opens on tbe Third Wedoe*-dav m^f f>^be^to c ,°nfin 'le ' with abrief recess, tw*nty w«ki Tbe Mucational Department will besustained by successful and experienced teachers. J The Domestic Department offers the comforts and privileges of a refined and Christian home. ^ Parents aad Guardians may rest assured that « The G rove " at ae^atfe JrWe8t VantaS8 of the be8t In8tlt««ons! either Mfc4aIui|s. Pr0Tided &r the 6tHay Of Mnsic and *• The _ policy of the school is neither denominational nor exclusive; it is cordially opened to all who seek its privi-Applications should he made to the Rector as early as possible, as only a limited number can be received A conveyance provided for day pupils. Circulars may be had at Mellor's, and Davison's; also, of the Sector, by the Post Oflice. au30-6t BJLAIRSVILLE FEKAIifi SEMINA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

I Kansas. I, Louis, Tuesday, September 28. — The per David Tatum arrived here yesterday from Ibseph. At Kansas City she took on board B hundred and fifty citizens of Missouri, who, IbediencB to the proclamation of Governor fey, had given up their military organization [returned to Missouri. * ftwrenue was ia possession of the United jes troops, by whom ninety of Gen. Lane's I had been made prisoners. Lane had fled £ Lawrence with the remainder of his troops, hraa in Nebraska. be whole of Gov. Reed's force had been dis-Hed, and returned to their homes. bv. Geary whs at Lecompton with one thou-1 United States troops, all determined to mainline peace aud execute the laws. jr. Louis, September 26.—Advioesfrom West-I to tbu 19th instant, state that Gov. Geary, I several companies of United States dras, had gone in search of General Lane, with meter mi nation to arrest him if found in the Htory. When last heard from he "was en 1 for Nebraska. ¦e pro-shivery party are taking measures to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

Jtures. We wish that the libraries of our City Incites wi vv(i supplied with copies of them, as they i extremely valuable, and should also be found the counting-houses of our merchants, whose IjOs would be enlarged and refined by their pe-B. In addition to the Lectures, the volume bins a large Appendex, filled with important Iprical matters. Lper's Magazine. October, 1856. ¦he present number of this valuable periodical Rains one of the most valuable papers which pave ever seen on the causes which combine to Buce the remarkable varieties .which appear me human family. If Messrs. Nott, Gliddon K., were endowed with a tenth of thephiloso-K which the author of this paper possesses, iwould not render themselves so ridiculous as do in their efforts to assail the credibility of ¦Mosaic record. We commend this paper to ¦readers. The other articles in the number ¦of fir<t-rate character. Dickens has got mtt out of the Marshealsea, and into an im-Ee fortune. Still the tale is inferio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

^¦' Isthmus. ^^Br. Corwine, U. S. Commissioner to inquire ^^Kthc late unhappy collision between the pasj^He rs to California, and the mob at Panama, ^^Ebs a long rep ort, inclupating . the authorities ^^nat city. He also recommends to our Gov-^Kent, most strangely if he thinks we have any ^H pd to National rights, "the immediate occupa-^Ro/ the Isthmus, from ocean to ocean, by the Uni-^^ mtates.rs absolutely necessary for the purpose ^^B isuring safety and tranquility to the transit ; ^^n sKew Granada, after the proper represen-^^fii ,ns shall have been made, and the necessary ^Hi and made upon her, in pursuance of treaty ^Mplatious, can satisfy us as to her ability and ^^Enation to afford the proper protection, and ^^Ke speedy and ample atonement for the wrongs ^H bte d upon our countrymen." H,: Fire in Pittsburgh. l^H jSablmth afternoon a calamitous fire occurred HBst'con'i Ward, destroying some fifty housesi I^Hji epriving a hundred families of the homes ^^Khad occupied. The ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

Synodical notices. The STN0D OF PHILADELPHIA stands adjourned, to meet in Norristown. Pa., on the Third Tuesda), (the 21st day) of October, at'\i o'clock P.M. The standing rule will be remembered, "that at least one ¦week befofe the nieetng of Synod, the Slated Cleiks.of Presbyteries forward to the Hated Clerk of Synod." atDoylestown, Pa.." their Statistic»l Report and the Narratives of tbe State of Beligion in. their Presbyteries severally, to" Kev James M. Crowell, Parfeersbnrg, Pa.,c *tbe Chairman of the Committee of Synod on the Karrative." S. M. ANDREWS, Stated Clerk; The first meeting of the SYNOD OF CHICAGO, by order Of the General Assembly, will be held at I'rinceton, Bureau County, III., on the Third Thursday of October, at 7 o'clock P. M. Opening sermon by Rev. I. Pillsbury. The members of the Synod, on arriving at Princeton, will please go to the Presbyterian church, where they will be received and aligned places of lodging. The SYKOD OV PITTSBURGH will meet, agreeably ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

For eight lines, One Year, »10.00. Bach additional line SI Camih of two lines, $5 a year, and $1 fer each additional line. ' BoanmssNoMC" often lines or Iesri,Ona BoHar. Esch additional line, S ct>nt * . s f8F- Communication, recommendatory of Inventions Mp. dical Practice, Schools, 4c. 4c, being designed for tbe vecvmary benefit of Individuals, should be paid for as Business .f^S by ra «P' wher«»o goo* pportnnlty is otherwise *t hand. Drafts or notes of the larger denominations are preferable, where they ean be conveniently obtained. SwBSOKtmpHs token by Rev. S. Guiteau, 73 Wnt Fayetta Street, Baltmore. J. D. Williams. Bsq., and Jas. A. Ir*in, Bsq., Presbyteri»n rooms, No. 45 St. Clair Street. MmuX*f?6rL£. BXchard8On 'Ot0hi °'*>- J - fc«B. JX&£^S^$S£Z£L ^^ N. B. When Presbyterian families are very much dispersed, hey may be accommodated at the Club price, even though * T of tfae »weHty be wanting. Let all be snpplied, if S ale. The Poor no shall fevor, to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

On the 16th inst, at the residence of Mr. John Neff, of Huntingdon County, Pa,, by Bev. George Elliott, Mr. Wm. A. NEFPtO MiSS ElJZABETH MONO. On Saturday, the 20th inst., by Rev. R. B. Forpsman, Mr. Benjamin Kurtz to Miss Henrietta Johnson, all of Morthamptoa County, Pa. • • ¦ : ' Sept. 25th, by Rev. W. F. Morgan, Dr. Akdkew S. Him. to Mi»s Lizzie C. Toiijbn. both of Rural Valley, Armstrong County, Pa. By Rev. J. C Barr, on Tuesday morning, Sept. 18th, Mr. W. S. Bryan, of Keewqna, 111., to Miss Maey J. CoNKUKO,of Princeton, III. i " „ On Thursday, 18th September, by Rev. D. J. Waller, Mr. SrENCKii [,. Finnby, of Mil ton, to Miss Sarah K., daughter of tlias Wertman, Esq., of Rohrsburg, Pa. Se^t. 24th, by Rev. J. A. Campbell, Mr. James H. Hunteb, of WiBConsin, to Miss Racbei S. Haevet, of St. Mary's, O. On the 23d-nit, by Rev. N. B. Lyoos, Mr. Jacob W. Fox, of Hubbard, to Miss tdiaaiB Camfbeli,, of Liberty, Trumbull 'County, Ohio. .. ¦¦¦¦ ¦ •. _ On the 2itth, by the same, Mr. Bevbr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

fAITERTISEMENT.] ' ' ' Another Case of Fever and Ague Cured. A few days ago we recorded an astonishing cure of Fever and Ague by the use of Dr. M'Lane's Liver Pills. We have now another to mention, viz: that of Mr. .Tames Sharpe, of Madisonburg, who states that he had' labored under a very .severe attack of Ague and Fever, and was soon restored by the use of these Pills. -Mr. Sharpe also expresses an opinion,1 founded on observation, that the Liver Pills are the b«st for bilious complaints ever offered in his section of country. Although long known as a sovereign remedy for chronie cases of Hepatic derangement, or diseases of the Liver, the proprietors of Dr. M'Lane's Pills were not prepared for the frequent but gratifying evidences of its general utility and curative capacity. In this respect, this invaluable medicine has exceeded their most sanguine expe'etations, and induced them to hope that it will be introduced into every family in the United State?. • ggjp* Purchasers will ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. • A Letter from Ohio. Mr. Editor :—In visiting the town of Sharon, in the County of Noble, a short time ago, I found there in session the Presbytery of Zanesville; and as I am a Presbyterian, I attended its sittings with much interest and satisfaction. It is comparatively a large and influential body. By reference to the Records, I learned that seven years ago it met in this place. Its number then was thirteen ministers, one licentiate —no candidates, [t now numbers twenty ministers, one licentiate, and fourteen candidates, and has a prospect of soon having its number of ministers increased to twentyfour. They are generally young, active, and energetic, and are united The unanimity of their deliberations and conclusions is, in the highest degree, commendable. There is not a D. D. among them. Can this be the cause of the abounding of so much brotherly kindness ? In all tbe speeches I heard, there Was certainly no manifestation of imperiou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

flROM CITY COMMERCIAL €O_,i,j_<3Et I O*' WJESTEiUN L'E.NASYL* A&lA. An institution for the Business man. Chartered, April, 1856 Located at MttKburgh, opposite the I'osi Uftce. Having a larger patronage than any mmUar institution of the West. BQARD of moBTJS jg8, HisExc'y.,Gov. Jas. Pollock, Hon.B.M.Riddla. Hon. Wm. Bigler, Bx-(ioy. lion. J. 13. Brady, Col. Wilson McCandlesB, H. A. Pryor, ^ ^-' Col. William Hopkins, B. L. Fahnestock, Esq., Capt. D. Campbell, Ed.CampbeU.Bsa.. N. P. Fetterman, Esq., Alexander, Bradley, i-sq. Principal--*. W. JENKINS. FACB-TT. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. ,_,„„. 1.1. HITCHCOCK, (author of "A New . Method Of leacning Book-Keying,") 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 ol Book-keeping,") Lecturer on the Science of Accounts, and on Business/its eustome and usages. ALEXANDER COWLEY and W. P. COOPER, Spen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

^rlfH 4:1 ft pint rtOUlli rfvWUA y BY BEV GKOEGK DUFF1ELD, JR. Slowly o'er the radiant ocenn, Bose the full-orbed harvest moon; - A thousand joyous waves beneath-Above, the glorious sky of June; And still, to the bewildered eje, The sky was sea, the sea was sky, "While, ever more, with ceaseless roar, The billows beat the patient shore. Out ppoke then to Ms sister dear, A little brother standing near, Pallid and lame, but in his eye The light of immortality: " Even such a night our God had given To angels—were there night in heaven!" Again he spnke—that angel-child, So gently sad, f»o sweetly mild; His feet not nearer to the wave Than to the portals of the grave—«? Sister, dear sister, tell to me, What in this level light you see ?" Asking his better thought instead, She listened, wondering, as he said—" What but the just man's path, whose ray Still brighter shines to perfect day ? Would that the signal now were given, Through yonder gate to pass to heaven 1" " But, Willie, br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner aud Advocate. Bible Narratives—Ho. 14. nimrod.—gen. x ; 8—10 j xi: 9. Nitarod was tbe son of Cush, and tlie grandson of Ham. The peculiar Bible statement in regard to him, seems to intimate that he might be the eldest son, or q$e of the eldest, though not named till the last, that his remarkable character might be described. " He was a mighty hunter before Jehovah j wherefore it is said, Even as Niinrod, the mighty hunter before Jehovah. And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, and Ereeh, and Acad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar." Though the word " hunter," as used elsewhere, (Gen. xxv: 27,) of itself might refer only to taking and destroying wild beasts j yet, as used in connexion with " mighty," so recently applied to the Tenowned sons of antediluvian giants, it Eeeins natural to suppose that Nimrod was very like the sons of those apostates whom God had destroyed. This view is strengthened by the -declaration that he was the founder and first pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

IJJisdlnMS. Pacific Eailroads. A few aays before the adjournment of Congress, Sir. Denver reported a bill,, which had been prepared by a committee of thirteen members of the House of Representatives, providing for the construction of several railroads to the Pacific coast. It was made the special order for an early day in December. A few days previously the House Committee on Public Lands reported this same bill. Having thus the endorsement of two committees, it is presumable that a strong effort will be made to pass it. It provides for an extension of the Pacific, Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad, of Missouri, and six Iowa railroads, from the West line of the States of Missouri and Iowa Westwardly to Fort Kearney, on the Platte river, and grants to each company six sections of land per mile, toenab.e them $o build the railways. From Fort Kearney it allows these companies jointly to build a railroad to California, and gives them thirty sections of land per mile, part of the wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 4 October 1856

the wife of some farmer, mechanic, or common laborer, trained under h^r care, asalawverhas to feel proud of some eminent ad™ cate or jurist whom he trained to the profession j or as a merchant or engineerhas to be proud of some eminent man in their line, whose apprenticeship was served under their eye. How much poverty and suffering would have been saved, if those who had been at service had been thoroughly instructed by their mistresses in the art and mystery of house-keeping! A statement was made at the last meeting of the Board of Guardians at Leicester, (England,) that out of the ninety girls and young women in the Workhouse School, there was not one who could iron a shirt, or get up a linen properly. 3. Suitable opportunities for recreation, and for cultivating the " social affections, should be afforded. So far as a proper regard to the regulations of the family will allow, the social sympathies of the servants should be generously indulged j they should be allowed to visi...

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