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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

latest From Kentucky, Gen. Buell is expected to take the field in person in a few days. It is reported that our troops are crossing Green River. Buckner is coming up the railroad to offer battle, this side of Bowling Green. In the Kentucky Legislature, several members made elaborate speeches in favor of the Union. The secessionists are jubilant over the prospects of a war with England. The Union men come square up to the mark, and demand war before one word of apology. There was a grand review and inspection of seventeen thousand troops at Cairo, Bird's Point and Fort Holt yesterday. Pour regiments of infantry and three gunboats had been sent from Columbus, Ky., to New-Orleans, where a battle was being fought, and the city threatened with, demolition by our forces. The inhabitants were fleeing from the city. [Doubtful.]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

ai_^_stonghfjtre, OR PECTORAL TROCHE_^, _, For the immediate Belief and certain _Ouie of Consbsj Colds, Influenza, Asthma) Hoarae-¦_ess _> _Wboopins Cough, CatarrhBronchitis, Difficult Breathing, Sore Throat, ; ' ¦ ' ¦ ' .. , ' . . , l!tc.j Btc.j Etc. .. . -. ,v . r BELIEF _WABBANTED HJ TEN _MHJUTES. For Ministers, Public Speakers, and Singers, these TROCHES axe indispensable for Clearing and Strengthening the Voice, Removing Hoarseness, etc. The ease with which they are taken—being easily carried in the pocket,-requiring no preparation, always ready- for use on all occasions, not liable to change in any climate, containiug'nothing injurious to the most delicate constitution—should be a sufficient recommendation to all to give them a fair trial. PxlceSSa Cents Per Box. nov30-4m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

Fire at _Chariestpn_, S. C. A fire broke out on Wednesday night, wWch? ¦was supposed to be the /work of jin incendiary, and at the date of the last dispatch, 5 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, the conflagration was still raging. The Round Churchthe iTheatre en Broad Street, the Institute and other public buildings are stated to hare been destroyed ; The fire had swept across Broad' Street. Assistance had been Bent for to Augusta. , The Mills House, the well known hotel, and ihe Roman Cath olic Cathedral j are also * said _ftd be destroyed- _^ Engines _^ had been sent from Sayannah; feoi«niDia! aTid_*_Augusta, _^but _' tKey arrived too late to stay the conflagration.1 _n: i The fire _^eslr_^ye_^ 8_pme _^Q(_p,0QP worth of property. ' "'"' " ' -a.-.u ¦,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

Effect of the War News. Baltimore, Dec. 16.—-The effect of the English news in Baltimore has been to call forth warm Union sympathy with the position of the President, whilst the secessionists are rejoicing at the prospect of securing the aid of England to overthrow the Union. Nearly all the Irish population in Baltimore have been Secessionists, but they are now rallying for the Union against England. In other places the feeling seems, as per our numerous exchanges, to be very much the same as expressed in Baltimore. There is no very great apprehension of war, as being imminent; but if it must come, let it be met boldly. No cringing.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

The Snmpter. New-Yokk, Dec. 14.-—Capt. Briggs, of the brig Joseph Park, reports that he . was overhauled by the pirate Sumpter,; which had the American flag flying, in lat. 6, North; lon.<42, when he was ordered to heave to, and an officer came aboard, saying the brig was a price to the Sumpter. At the same time the pirate run{up his flag an_* hauled down the Stars and Stripes. The brig was thoroughlyVoyerh_^uled,';andreyery'thing valuable robbed' from her. The'bfficefs aud crew ¦wer e only allowed their clothes. A hundred and sixty-five sovereigns were taken from Captain Br%gs, who with his crew were put aboard the pirate, and the brig was then burnt. ThetSumpter then sailed Northward, ' riot using steam, and reported herself to various foreign vessels as a United States craft.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

JOHN D. M'CORD JAMES S. M'CORD-__f_C»C_? €>_3»_D_» mm C?«., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Hats, Caps, and Straw Goods, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 111 Wood Street, Pitts-bnrg_.h, Have now on hand for . Spring sales, as large and complete as'_, assortment of Goods as can be found in any of the Eastern * cities, consisting of '! - J • _Fixr, Silk, and. Wool,Hats, of every stylo and quality; CAPS of every quality and latest f:u_<hions; Palm Leaf, Straw, Li'ghorn_, and Panama HATS: Straw, and Silk BONNETS, etc., etc. Persons wishing to purchase either by Wholesale or, [Retail; wilV find itito their i»dv»_tttaErf t" <*n11 ami pxnininP "ur _otnrtt mariP _lv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

l_^EW FALL, _AJTD WINTER -_*- _" CLOTHING, ON THE CASH SYSTEM—the only system that enables us to sell Goods cheap these unsettled times. Cash is our motto: and under thnt plan we are now prepared to ofter a fine stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, and OVER-COATINGS, bought with Cash, which enables us to offer goods at the lowest possible price Also, a Fine Stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, of the Latest Styles, always kept on hand. H. SMITH, Merchant Taylor. _mari7-iv No. R4 Wylie Street. Pittsburgh.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

_TVORTH SEWICKLEY ACADEMY* _-L ~ BBAVER COUNTY, PA. Tho Winter Session of this Institution wi'l open on tho First Wednesday of November. KKV. H. WRBBBR, \p. . . KKV. _SATMUEL PINDLBY, j" Knncl Pals _- nov4-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

_^V _pHEYGO BtGHT TO TH _^ * SPOX." INSTANT RELIEF! STOP YOTJB COUGH • PUKEFY YOUR BREATH! STREIffiTHEN YOUR VOICE! C ONFECTIONS , • tt A ' RE i . _, , GOOD FOR _GLEBGYMBN, GOOD FOR _LEbTUREBS, GOOD FOR;PIJBLIC SPEAKEKS, GOOD FOR SINGERS, GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES. ... --f_* ** , ¦ _. a$bi , GENTLEMEN _^tRBY _s i_*f;T - _s . .;fw • _AL «. ¦ sPALr>ij _isra*s _THRMf eOJfPEpftONS_. ' l .(; I ¦! " ! • ' * _LAIDIES ARE _DELIGHTED_.ilf-KSH SPALDIN&'S THROAT CbKFECTtO»Sv _* I, A - '• CHILDREN CRT, EOB . ' ' ¦ i' 1 _yr _, " ' . SPALDING'S _,L it f 1 » . * . V~( ' _M' ». | _tWBwtT _eomthewa. They relieve a Codgh _infitamtijy: • • • ' _Tipy clear the Throat., .; ;, _» ^< ,.• They give Btrength an_^ _Tolnme to ihi Tbieev 1 ' , i * They impart a delicious arema to the _lareath_^ i • . - , - They are delightful tb_'the taste. They are madef _'of simple _fcezb» »a_4 e_*a_»e4 _haTia any one. > ' i. ' f'_^ - _¦ _ : I advise every one_^wioyB ^' Cb_^^ _cr a _Bwkj _T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

TBE _irMNOIS _CKNTRHL KHlKO _tl) CO., B *J_^_JT* R *k \ _^_rje 1,200,000 ACRES OF RICH _FABMW_^_LJJ_^ In _TraeCs of Forty _Aercs and upward, on Long Credit an " "1 ' -d-bvsvent _popthation, _HECHAiflCS_, FAKMEBS 85 _WORKING MEH. _Tn filling up with population _j~ mm: atte»tion of ibo enterprising and industrious por- The State is rap 7 _^^ sjncc 1S5O , making i-tion of tho community is directed to the following 868,025 persons having; _^ 66gj a ratio of 102 per cent. statements and liberal inducements offered them by the the present populau , i in ten years. _ILLINOIS _CENTEAl SAH,B0AB COMPANY, GBiGm_$VR&L PBODUCTS. which, as they will _pnrceive, will enable them, by pro- oducts of Illinois arc pn'atT tTwn per energy, porscvcrcnec and industry, to provide com- The Agricultural _^ Tho _pj_^_acts sent ot:t tTurin? _fortefelo homos for themselves and families, with, com- those of any Other » • _^ ^^^ Th(j whr>r , t rrnl> parathrely speaking, very little capi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

_TW English language in Liberia.* One third of a century ago, we recollecfc reading in the columns of the National Intelligencer, a very spirited Address in behalf of the Colonization cause, from that noble? philanthropist and patriot, General Charles " Fen ton Mercer, of Virginia. A paragraph of two of that address were devtfted'by its distinguished author to the prediction of the English language becoming predominant over vast regions of Western and Central Africa, by means of the feeble Colony of American people of color, then Just! _established! _<there. _! Doubtless many,who then read the glowing sentences ot Gren. Mercer, were inclined to set down his enthusiastic ardor in that prediction as the vaticination of a weak minded devotee. So earjy, however, we jhave li_^ed>to see-his prophecy _fiilil&S.' ¦ ' IPea, _indrer, _tliil very point has been seized by a July Orator of Liberia, as a fitting topic for an address, intended and very well adapted to enl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

For the Presbyterian Banner. Milk and Honey. Messrs; Editors :—I am pleased to find that you have ; given place in your Banner, to the publication of the few " Milk and Honey" drops, arid " Orthodox Paradoxes," by Ralph Vennirig, whieh I sent you for publication; and as you have remarked, that you will be pleased to receive more; Such ' extrauts, I will continue to send you a few from time to time, until they have all been published by you; or at least, so long as you continue to give them- place in the _Banner. PART FIRST , "MILK.AND HONEY." No man is safe among his friends without God; but with God a man is safe though without his friends, and among his enemies. God expects that saints should do more for him than others, because he hath done more for them than for others. Civility arid morality without sanctity, is but gilded infidelity. Tertullian saith to young women: if they were but clothed with the silk of Piety, the satin of Sanctity, and the purple of Modesty, God himse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

losses m Battles. , At the battle of Arcqla, the Astrianslost in killed and wounded, 18,000 men.;- the _Ereoch, 15,000. At HohenMnden the Austrian loss was 14,000; the French, 9,000-At Austerlitz, the .Allies, out of 80,000 _meo, lost 30,000 in killed, wounded or prisoners ; the French 'lost only (!) 12-000. At Jevia and jkuerstadt the Prussians lost 30,000 men, killed and wounded, and nearly as many prisoners, making nearly 60,000 _ia all; and.fche French 14,000 in killed and wounded. ' - At the terrific battle of Eylau, the Eussians lost 25, 000 men in killed and wounded; and the French 80,000. , At Friedland, the Russian loss was 17,-000, in killed and wounded^—the French loss 8,000. . ¦ • _' . At Wagram the Austrians and French lost each 25,000 men, or, 50,000 in all, in killed and _^wounded! i ; At Smolensho the French loss was 17,000 men—^that of the -Russians, lOjOOO. At Borodinot which_^ is said to have been "the most murderous and oostinately fought battle on record," t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

Rallying-S_^g||%| b_^_intli Legion £ Y. S. V. We have come from the mountains—We have come from the mountains—We have come from the mountains Of the old Empire State. , _WM the _Str and _Sjteip|_fi_t abojfr _^s » Ana Uie prayers of thosethal love us, Every single soldier of us Is _prepared f(feajt_$i_$|e. . _?-_^_Sfliay S left^^ _burSteitfuEquarters By the Hudson's smiling waters, And our wives and ' sons and daughters, For the fierce and bloody fight. _ _neJII_^_IeiorBisal V" _-; '.f I With the foe encamped before us, lor the God who watches o'er us Will himself protect the right. in. From the Delaware we" rally, ;» : Brpm _^e TMamak<ttlng valley; h a-j i_» ' *l And \o combat forth we sally When oW'bleeding country calls; Prom the _^ Shawangunk mountains hoary, And the _fcmsinK wKdse _^ sldry * Tells what recompense of glory Waits the soldier when he falls. IV. From old Sullivan we muster; She isU.oyal,.,we can trust _ier _^ ;,, ,_vm AM lnffiAngt &} _fctf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

Sa|Mth in the Country. The creaking wagon's in the shed, The busy flail is heard no more, The horse is, littered down and fed, The harness hangs above Ms head, The whip behind the door.' Hisleathei_^gloyes and hooked bill To-day tfce woodman throws aside; The blacksmith's fiery forge is still, The wooden wheel of th e' old mill Sleeps by the mill-dam wide. The miller's boat is anchored where, .;,- Far, put, the water lilies sleep; You see their shadows mirrored there, The broads white flowers reflected clear, Within, the mill-pond deep. The harrow's in the garden shed, Hoe, » rake, and spade are put away ; _TTiiweeded stands the onion bed, The gardener trpm his work hath fled; 'Tis holy .Sabbath day. Upon the wall the white cat sleeps, _. By ¦which the churn and milk-pansI lie; A drowsy watch the house-dog keeps, And scarcely from his "dull eye peeps .. Upon the passer-b y_^ And sweetly over hill and dale The silvery-sounding church bells ring; Across the, moor and down the . da...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

nn. <.-A-. JEL :.-R A .» T-» .S, _;.:-Effe±*"vescbnt This Tuluable and popular Medicine has universally _Teceived the most favorable recommendations of the Medical . Profession and the. t?uhlic as the most _effW , cient and agreeable ' . . Saline Aperient. It may be used with the best effeotte'_: :;.. ...... BILIOUS AND I'EBRIBE DISEASES, ., ' '' ! COSTIVENBSS, SICK HEADACHE, NAUSBA * LOSS OF _APPJSTIXJE, INDIGESTION. AOTDIXy OP THE STOMACH, TORPIDITY OF THE _HVBE. iiOVT, RHEUMATIC AFI'ECIIOXS,-GBAVEL_, PILES, AN» ALL COMPtilKTS'WIIEIlB A Gentle and Cooling Aperient or Purgative Is " Bectuirefl. _Itis particularly adapted'to the wants of Travelers-by Sea and'LandJieaideHts in Hot Climates, Persons of _Sedentery Habits, _InTalida and _ConTaleddents; Captains of Vessels and Planters will find it a valuable addition to their Medicine Chests. ; -i; ¦'¦ ¦ . ' -': ¦ :¦ ¦¦ . .. ¦'•¦ ¦ ;• " ¦ ¦ ¦ -. ¦¦ . -: ; ¦ ¦.:¦ ¦ It is in the form of a _Powcler, carefully putnp in bottles, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

•jJPRlSENe 'OP A:; GREAt: 'PJEO;PX_.Ei _OHlffipS S0BIBH1_E;; - :: NO. 124,GRAND STREET, NEW-YOllk,: ' _" Will publish in a few days : '" C; _> "-"••' THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK. The Uprising of a Great People. } TILE .UNITED_> _^TATES IN 1861. By Count de Oasparin. Translated by Miss Booth 1 vol 12mo., 75 cents. " '' The New-York Times says of-it: "The _thorough intellectual mastery of; tho_'subjectd_^termines'the _i nualitv of the book, the moral warmth which runs Iateri1th" ron«li it (breaking at ttmesdnto an eloquence which _<fairly burns)—takes its power from the weight of his facts and the force of his logic. There is in his treatment of the question! a wisomoderation that carries'with it (_sonvlo' cine torce " ' ' ' ¦ ''"'- ¦ ' ¦ ' The if ew-York Morning _JPmt says': «It is the • wisest book which has bean written upon America since _DftTocaueviUe , * _. * * Eem _*f kable ._£>l jteintolligence, its inggHt_, iti IoejC_,'aod Its _nobloness of purpo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

J» 3E M O V A _i. . BOARD OF OF THE Synods of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Having removed their Book Rooms to RENSHAW'S NEW BUILDING, No 57 Hand Street, two doors from Liberty, take pleasure in inviting your attention to the annexed Catalogue of Books comprised in their stock, and hope / for a continuance of your patronage. JOHN _CULBEKTSON, librarian. I ». Or. BAILEY, Treasurer. _Pittsbuigh, April 1,1861. LIST OP PUBLICATIONS Constantly on hand and for Sale at the Booh Rooms of the Board of Oolportage, No. 57 Sand St., Pittsb'h : All the issues ofi our own, viz.: the Presbyterian Board of Publication as soon as they come from the Press. Also a good selection from "R. Carter & Brother; Appleton & Co.; Lippencott & Co.; Scnbner ; Nelson & Sons ; Sheldon & Co.; Martien; Gould & Lincoln; American Tract Society; American S. S. Union; Massachusetts S. S. Society. Particular attention paid to filling orders for Sunday School Libraries. A ful...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

JOHN A. RENSHAW, Family Grocer and Tea Dealer, Takes pleasure in announcing to his friends and custom that he has recently removed to the new and spacious w house, < Corner of Liberty and Hand Streets, (A few doors above _liis old stand,) And having largely increased his stock by recent purch now offers to the public the most extensive and complete eortment to be found in this city, of "« npieie CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Foreign and Domesbr Fruits, Teas, Spices, -Picklee and Sauces, Pr,Served Fnutsin great variety. Fish, E8, Drie Beef &c, _bosjdes an assortment of Domestic HousekeemW articles; thus _constrtuting a Housekeeper's _EmpoS _._Xrl most all articles that are useful or necessary for the all may be _purchaBed at reasonable _pricesT _family ¦8_Sf WHOLESALE AND RETAIL _1®ft niKfntffirrfd an 6Xtended _W <* _W Bt_»ck fM «tiM7 Cor_.Liberty _aSAg^^.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

Housekeeping Dry Goods Store HssasSSsfissI FLANNELS AND _^5. *"

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