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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

Talne of flay as Compared with other lilkaProdacing Substances. - _? : •'SeveraPFrench and German chemists estimate the relative value of several kinds of food for milch cows according to the following table : That one hundred.pounds of gpodhay are worth two hundred pounds pf potatoes; four hundred and, sixty, pounds of beet-root with the leaves; three hundred and fifty pounds of Siberian .cabbage ; two hundred and fifty pounds of beet-root with out the leaves ; two . hundred . and fifty pounds of carrots; eighty pounds of liay, clover, Spanish trefoil, or vetcheij fifty pounds of oil-cake, or colza; two hundred and" fifty pounds of pea-stra.w and ve. tehes ; three hundred pounds of barley or oatstraw; four hundred pounds of rye or wheat-straw; twenty-five pounds of peas, l?eans or vetch-seed; fifty pounds of oats; and_= five hundred pounds of green trefoil _^ Spanish trefoil, or vetches; * :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

Food for Cows after C alving. feed cows, immediately after cai _*, _^ warm sloP s-a _^ 1 of bran _dW r&Jn rition, can be otne _7_lbC 1_Utl dry hay is tUSHs Register. mm —___

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

Black-leg in Cattle. Wo learn from the Boston. C*_£ that Mr. Bobert Lang of _theJBndge ot Weir V S., read an interesting essay on to the young animals, _begmnmg about the month of July or August. The dose as doubled for two year-olds. This has been successful. When disease appears ma stock, he has all those not affected bled and purged, with excellent effect He moder-Lfth ' e diet, and turns the best _^ thriving animals from the over-luxuriant to the barer pasture.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

_WIlTE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF _VV the public to the PHILADELPHIA ' Housekeeping Dryt Goods Store. where may be found a large assortment of all kinds of Dry Goods, required in furnishing a house, thus saving th trouble usually sxperienced in hunting such articlesin various places. Ii_« consequence of our giving our attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of dress and fancy goods, we can guarantee our _priceB and styles to be the most faverable in the market. IN LINEN GOODS, we are able to give perfect satisfaction, being the Oldest Established Linen Store in the city, and having been for more than twenty years, regular importers from some of t_^fbest manufacturers in Ireland. We .dftcr, also, a large stock of FLANNELS AND MUSLINS , of the best qualities to be obtained, and at the,very lowest prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheeting_^ Tickings, Damask Table Cloths, and Napkins, Towellings, Diapers, Huckabacks, Table and Piano Covers, Damasks and >Moreans, Lace anc ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 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 _fem doors above his old stand,) And having largely increased his stock by recent, purch now offers to the public the most extensive and complete sortment to be found in this city, of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Teas, SpicesPickles and Sauces. Preserved Fruits in great varietyFish. Hams, Dried Beef&c, besides an assortment of Domestic Housekeeping articles; thus constituting a Housekeeper's Emporium, where most all articles that are useful or necessary for the Family, all may be purchased at reasonable prices. • _«B- _WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. -©* Catalogues -containing an extended list of my _steck fur Dished by mail, if desired. JOHN A. KENSHAW ap7-ly Cor. Liberty and Hand Sta.. _Pittsburfth.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

Farm-houses A correspondent of the New-Hampshire Journal of Agriculture says: In passing through our farming towns, the observant "traveller-will be often painfully impressed with the untidy appearance of the farmer's premises. Bleak barren, and unsigtffcly; with hardly a tree, shrub, or flower to indicate the presence of civilized human beings, who" would wonder, if sucn were to be his dwelling-place, at the anxiety of the farmer to " sell out/- and try his fortunes in some more lucrative business ? Contentment, in such a place, would prove him something more or less than human.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

_OOWB, OP Jffi8I AND SH0M Manufactured'Ite -»»". ** * piTTiiTO_55 —^L__ _^^ _&_* ifc'_^_b a? _^ _^j -mm In itssi_.th year _^_l*?^*C _^ _, _^ _^ * _^ Son/for o&t/to^^ _'_^apatl ente. ¦ _mystly ' ' ' H - _^KEASE, M. D.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

_DOOMING. WILLIAM JOHNSON, (Late Bates & Johnson.) Sole _Manufacturer and Dealer in the following three distinct kinds of Hoofing: 1st. . Gum Elastic Cement? Felt and Canvas Roofing. 2d. Improved Felt, Cement and Gravel Roofing. 3d. Patent English Asphaltive Felt Roofing. All 'Fire arid 'Water Proof, and Warranted. Roofing Material for sale, with printed instructions for nsing. j_83_J» Office at Bates & Johnson's old stand, 75 Smlthfield Street, Pittsburgh. Fa. N. B.—This GUM CEMENT is unequalled as a paint for Metal Roofs, lasting twice as long, and cheaper than common paint; also as a paint to prevent dampness in Brick Walls. dec.3-ly WM. JOHNSON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

Preparing the Ground for Orchards. - Wherever grounds intended for Orchards and fruit gardens/on soils that need more or less enriching, has not been prepared a year or so in advance; it will be advantageous to do so jn Autumn for Spring plant ing. - If the manure is mixed with the soil now/ its fertilizing parts become"diffused by dissolving before Spring, in a better .manner than the.y:eould _*be artificially mixed j ust before the trees are planted.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

££PRING STYJLES FOR : Gentlemen's Garments, In great variety; embracing in parta large and well selected stock of Fancy French and English CASSIMERES AND COATINGS, Together with,as fine an assortment of Black and Colored CLOTHS ATiD TESTINGS, as the manufactories of Europe can produce, which are adapted to the wants of gentlemen ol taste, who appreciate style and quality in clothing ¦ SAMUEL GRAY & SON, mariP-ir 'No. TO Fifth St. _T>;«sT>nrCK

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 December 1861

Lock-jaw in the Horse. - English papers report a late case of lockjaw in a horse, which was cured by eight ounces of chloroform. ' The animal, lay prostrate under the effects of the medicine for nearly four hours, when they passed off, and the malady went with them.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

EUROPEAN _O0_BBISP0NDENGE Special _Prayib in the New Cbisis—Mibs Mahbh and _hbb PBOMSAIf—DlPBECATWN Of WAB—TfiB _CABINSl 1 —<3BMBal Scott's Lxtieb—Calamity in Edisbchgh—HighStrket AND IBS £ iST—SoCUt RlPORM ASD DWELLINGS FOR WOBXm« Men- Bagged Scfioots aud Rao Coiukstion—Wycuffis ak» LotiABDt—Exeter Hail and the Lecteree—-Lut-TERWORfB, AND IBS I*B6* _ESGUBH BIBLE—WTOUFFS'S " Ashks," abb SHiia t»8so»~i. _Pmsohai. < _Vism *o LutiKKWOtWH—The Old Ohchoh—tub "RhjcS," and <_rax OaUBtA«TianAEUN—P08T80»)PT. _LONDON, Dee.7,1861. Special Prayer is being offered in connexion with the Anglo*American crisis. " To our knowledge/' says the Record , of Monday last, "it was anticipated in some of the metropolitan churches, yesterday, and we cannot doubt hut that it will awaken a response in thousands of Christian hearts." Miss Marsh had previously addressed to the Record,, the following letter: H _JSir i—At thia moment when a war with America Is imminent, will you not oa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

BEIEE HEADINGS Keep to .the Right :— u Keep to the right," as the law directs,, For _each is the law of the road; Keep in* the right, whoever expects Securely to carry life's load. Keep to the right with God and the world, Hoc wander, though folly allures; Keep to the right, nor ever Be hurled From what by the statute is yours. Lnroro Forever.—I must live forever —not this body, but I. The body may be consigned to the flames and reduced to ashes; or it may lie down in the old family bury ing-ground and moulder back to its original dust with the dear ones, who have gone before. Still 1 must live. 1 must live, when the uames of Alexander, Washington, Wellington are forgotten. When the memory of Waterloo, Solferino, and the rebellion-of'61-shall , have perished; when the morning stars that sang together at creation's birth shall have sung earth's requiem, I shall live. Nay, when those stars themselves, shall have been blotted out, I _ghxll only have begun to live; and I must ii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

MISSIONAEY Entering the -Open Doors in China. —There are now in the * Canton province about 28 missionaries at fiv_^ _tfr six stations ; 10 in Amoy, 8at Foochow, among 600,000 inhabitants, making 18 in the Funkien, province; 10 or 12 in the Chin-kiang. province at Ningpo, 23 in the Kiang-su province at Shanghai, 7 in that of Shantung, 6 in Chi-li, 2 in Hoo-peh, and 1 at Nankin; making over 110 Protestant missionaries in seven or eight provinces of this vast empire. When will the Christian Church fully occupy all its provinces with the heralds of the truth ? A Karen Returning to Burmah.— It will interest our readers to know that Lahnay, the Karen convert who came tothis city some six years ago, left for Bassein on Thursday, in the ship Brewster t Capt Dunbar. During his stay here he has enjoyed excellent educational advantages at Fairfax and at Madison' University. At the invitation of his own people, lie now _returns to labor among them as a teacher and preacher. He goes out...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

Joy and Praise. What was* the. spirit of* the Gospel as it existed in the experience of Believers in the apostolic age ? It was preeminently a glad and joyous spirit. They had received by faith a Gospel which Brought them glad tidings of great joy, and their daily walk was in the fear of the Lprd and in the comforts of the Holy. G-liost. A natural, and with them, the habitual expression of this joy was praise. No' sooner was the Lord parted from his disciples, and carried up to heaven, than they returned to Jerusalem with great joy, and " were continually in the temple praising and Blessing God." Praise was a part of the daily expression of that Pentecostal gladness with which thousands of new converts at Jerusalem received the first great outpouring. of the Spirit.,; .'f And they did eat their meat with gladness,and singleness of heart, praising God." At midnight, in the inner prison at Phillippi, two prisoners with their feet fast in the stofeks _v were overheard praying and, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

Religion and the War. It is too much the custom tor men of the world, and those entertaining liberal ideas, to sneer at religion, and make its "ministers the subject of their scorn. We take it to be a sign of cowardice to scoff at either a woman or a clergyman, for toe Bex of the one and the profession of the other prohibits a reply. Whatever may be said of in dividual cases, there is something in the clerical profession which commands our re spect,-and, especially,-when considering the position they , have assumed in the progress of tire present rebellion. Throughout the loyal States the patriotism of the clergymen has been extraordinary, and no engine of publio sentiment is more powerful and patriotic than the pulpit. Some of these appeals are among the most splendid specimens of eloquence, and their effect will go far toward uniting the national feeling, and concentrating the loyal energies of our people. There is a general and a _jusfr objection in the minds of the people ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

Too fflnch Talk—Too Little Prayer. Have we not in, this caption indicated the great mistake, not to say the great sin —of the American people? We all talk; we discuss, and speculate, and criticise, and find fault, and " opinionate," as a friend of ours has it , concerning the movements and aspects of public affairs; but we fear that comparatively few really and humbly and fervently pray over these matters, " spreading them out," as good Hezekiah did his case in time of trouDle, " before the Lord." Even on the day of our National Fast, our decided conviction is that there was too little praying in proportion to tbe preaching. A very large number of very good sermons were delivered; probably many more than were really needed; and so _flie sermons were talked about, and the war was talked about, and the Government was talked about; and the secessionists were talked about, and all things pertaining to our condition were talked about, with the very breath that ought to have been spen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

j ; Bo lojiEea^? , ; , . . Did you. _eyer _Aink of, the pleasure to be derived _fipom reading? To hold:communion with the minds of good men in all past ages-_^-the,purest and noblest, the most intelligent and far-seeing—is certainly very pleasing. _; Sweet as honey to the taste' are the glowing thoughts and emotions i stirred by a good book; and he who knows how to read has always , at. hand, when , among books, a, ready means for deriving ifee highest enjoyment. He may truly say, " I need not go abroad for joys, Who lave 1 a feast at iome; " r Did you: ever thinkof the profit ofgood reading ?• How much more ¦; select! the choice of words, and the arrangement of the style, thair in ordinary conversation! and thefi_> how much more- rapidly can the mind take in ideas from running the eye over the printed page, than when it must await the slow utterance of the lagging tongue! Here is the choicest and most varied information collected by the _BesV men of-the_^ages, all -broug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

Tor the _Presbyterian Banner. _Biligenee and _Delicti " I do ji't see what ' comfort of his life Mr. "Efarrisoa takes,1 ' said Joseph to his father1 * ;u he is _*l ways at work. He never _takeS any _timefto rest" "He sleeps_^ night, doa't tie?"said Mr. Armstrong, " Yes; ' sir- , I suppose he does; but I revet _saw_.J _hfmr resting in the daytime.'*w • " He is a very strong man, and does not iteAd-tiraQb'Kst'darin_^'th_' e- _' diy_^v*1 /'' " l_^ hdtfld think he wpi|ld |r#ifc _^ enjoy _himself ' ' sometimes.", 7 "| presume he finds,_>B"w enjoyment in exertion. A man who loved his work, and is diligent in it, finds pleasure _initl There rs*a great deal more edJ6ynient fotind in exertion "ihan there is _^ in rest" _?., ' . The y_^_a_> that,enjoyment is found in rest lather _flptrir in exertion, ia a common one, Imt it is not at all in _accordance with hulaan _experience. The Most active men—voluntarily active, are the most happy men. J know that many an active man has ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

[Selected._^ * I Come tQ, Thee. I come, 0 Lord, to thee: la sad and " grievous thoughts I hear thy call, And I must come, or else from theeT fall; Deeper in misery. • < \ I have not kept thy law, And yet thou _biddest me to taste thy love, Shaming my faithless heart that e'er could _rore From thee, O gracious Lord I ¦ Shame wraps my heart around, Like morning gloom npon the mountains spread; Indignant memory, avenger dread, Deepens each restless wound. Tet I must come to Thee: Thou hast the words of life, and thou alone; " Thou _sitt'st upon the Mediator's throne; Where, should a sinner flee ? Nor saint nor angel's will Could lift the burden from this loaded breast: Weary I come, and thou wilt'give me _i restr- • Thou wilt thy word fulfil. . I come to thee, since all To faith is possible, in faith Ireome; As blind, and deaf, and halt,, and maimed, and.. j dumb, : Before thy feet I fall. Whom didst thou turn away ? 1 From what distress was hid thy pitying face ? What col...

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