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

THE _ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO., HAVE_^ FOR 8ALB__ 1,200,000 ACRES OP RICH PABIDHJ'LAJ1 _^ In Tracte of Forty Acres and upward, on long Credit and at L© MECHAITICS, FABMEES St _WOEKING MEN. _VB:BSEST _^ up with p _opulation ;- _qiHE attention of the enterprising and industrious por- The State 3s rapidl_? _^^ _^^^ jgw, making J-tion of tlio community is directed to the following 868,025 persons having _^ _^fo of i02por cent_, statements and liberal inducements offered themhy the the presontpo _pulat»oni,**>? » in ten years. _XLLHTOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPASY, ICTJLTUBAL PBOBUGTS. which, as they will pTcoive, -will enable them, by pro- AxtJU. te of _jjunois are _greatbr than per energy, pcrscverenco and industry, to provide com- The _^_S1"5011111 _"_^ _,;^^ ° m _,c x_>roducts sent out during _forlabld homes for themselves and families, with, com- those _ofany other Steie. _^^ _^ -_^heat crop parafvely - Bpoakmg, very little capital. ' too past year exceeded 1_£U ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 4 January 1862

r Many facts _in< pall Compass. The numberof languages spoken is 4,064. The number of men is about equal to the number of women. The average of human life is 38 years. One-quarter die before the age of 7; one-half before the age of 17. To every; thousand persons one only reaches 100 years, and not more than one in-five hundred will react. 80 years. There are on the earth 1,000,600,000 inhabitants. Of these, 33,383,333 die every year, 91,_^24 dielevery day, 7,780 every hour, and 60 per minute, or one every second. These losses are about balanced by am equal number of births. The married are longer lived than the single, and above all, those who observe a sober and _industrious conduct. Tall men live lp,pgjy_|han _shorties. Women have more era&|e> of life_*_jfrjijpous to the age of fifty, _yeajpthan men, bjijf fewer after. The number_^P'jmarriagds- '_^e in proportion of 76 to 100. Marriages are more frequent after the equinoxes, that is, during the months of ...

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

Martha Cooper's Vexation. " Grandma, I do think our teacher is real- mean 1 He changed our seats to-day, and, don't you think, he has made me sit by Ann Daly, the washerwoman's girl! " " Well, my dear, I cannot see that your teacher has done you any wrong. Is not Ann a good girl ? I have always heard her well spoken off; and I know that her mother takes, pains to keep her very neat , although her clothes may be coarse." " Well, but, Grandma, her mother goes out.to work, and I don't think I ought to be made to sit by such a girl!" And little Martha tossed her head, as she sp ke, with an air which her good grandmother was grieved to see. "My dear," she said, " some one must occupy that seat; for poor Ann's mother pays as much to keep her little girl at school, as I pay for you. You surely would not wish her to be turned out of school,, because she is poor." "No, I didn't mean that, grandma," said Martha, reluctantly. " Then, if it is right for her to come to school, why should you...

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

IlilitejM Care of Domestic Animals in Winter. S. Edwards Tod, in the Country Gentlemarij writes intelligently dri the above sub-r ject, which_^ at_; this season .of the year, is 'of .the first importance. He says : . We are_^JreWllyiiri Winter_.quartefsriow, and every ariimal; must have its allowance dealt out-to 16". They can no longer obtain a supply of; food in the_/field;; arid piercirig winds and pelting storms will use up adollar's worth; of,.-fat arid flesh in _s_^taifiing; an animal. _L have1 always found that it is much more econoiriical and better, in every respect, tor spstaip animals in good:stables, or sheds, with enough to eat, than to leave them where tney will _oe ' cbinpelied tdus_^ up any of -the Tatthey ha,ve laM l up_^ during the..: Summer_^ jfdr want of a proper supply of fooid. : ; ;.-" ' " _y :; ' ' \r:: . ! : ' :_':S ":: _"- . ' ; ¦ ' _,: ' Is every animal well fed and properly protected'? _^re your stables all in order? or are the .boards knocked off...

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

WARRANT'S _Effervescent., This valuable and popular Medicinehas universally received the mo8t>fe.vorablc-reconnneudation8 of the Medical Profession, and the _Public as the most efficient and agreeable Saline Aperient. It may be used with the best _etfeot in BILIOUS AND FEBRILE DISEASES, SICKfflEADACHE COSTIVENESS, , NAUSEA LOSS OF APPETITE, _INDIGESTION,'ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH, TORPIDITY OF THE llVER. GOUT, RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS, GRAVEV _Pnis, ' '"AND ALL COMPLATOTB1 WHERE* ' * A Gentle and Cooling Aperient or _Ptcreatire is Required. , It is particularly adapted to the wants of . _Travelers by Sea find Land, Residents in Hot Climates, Persons of Sedentery HabitsInvalids and Convalescents; _Capiains of Vessels and Planters will find it a valuable addition to their Mefficine Chests. It is in the,form ofua Powdercarefully pnt up in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beverage _tiJLT61 ?^1 _^_"_?0 _^18...

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

Smoke-houses—How should they be Built? Asmoke-house should be square,_«its_« size varying from four to eight teet in diameter, according! to the quantity of meat required to be smoked;,the lower portion, to the height of five feet, should be of brick with _^ a_.door lined ' with sheet-iron. This part "_m&ji serve both as an ash-house and as the proper place for the fire to furnish the smoke. _Fjre, should be .placed in the middle, and covered with the material to be burned, so that the mass, being surrounded by ashes, may maintain'the ignition, for a long' time, giving off the smoke with regularity_. The upper part may-be wood, and the separation from the lower part by joists, covered with scantling, so as to leave spaces averaging three inches in diameter, for the ascent l of' the smoke. The height of this upper, portion may be four feet, beside the asognt of the*roof, and should be furnished' with a_^_oot thab<may be<loeked, so that the door to the lo...

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

A Child's Morning Thoughts. The Lord has kept me all the night, And let me see the morning lightj While others never more shall wake, Who thought to see the morning break; To me the Lord gave pleasant sleep, While others waked to watch and weep; And while they toss on beds of pain, ' I .rise to joy and health again. Kind friends all here around me move, To make me happy with their love j While others said a long "good-bye," Last night, to dear ones called to die. In far-off lands, on heathen shores, This morn the child his offering pours To gods of wood and stone; while I Am taught to pray to God most high. They jnever heard how Jesus gave His life a dying world to save; While God'sown book to me is given, That guides to happiness and heaven. The Lord has crowned my life with good, With home and friends, and clothes and food ; Whil4 at my work, and at my play, I'll try to please the Lord to-day. ;• .;¦ •—Christian Treasury.

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

_g[ARTUPEE & CO., COI_.N_.E OP FIRS, A_«, SH0M STE_,_^ , _ft^^^ pA.} Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Mac hinery, and _Casting Also, of STILLS, TANKS, ana ail - » ' ya»T| nB». fining Oils., iAaAa ? ai»a all other apparatus' for re-—C 1 j . 0Ctl9.1y piTTSBUROH • - a FiRST_^jjAgg craaL ' ' ' ' wyS-iv ' H_^FEEisB , M . D : , _^_TJe ~IT— T— ; —-51_^5^^ , _« T_, E A 1 l ' ¦ T E A ? i ¦ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL* . ' ' .114 _SmitMield Street,, Pittrt_^3 _- HA8B-OR SALB A " | _Choice S election ¦ , N _^^AN8 AND RE _^f_^M _;

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

_, A BeligioBs EaiBilyiFaper. , _, . _"' The importance of. a religious paper in, a religious family cannot be too .highly esti-•_aayited. No family is likely to _sfeel a suitape interest in the cause of Christ which _lifeiot impressed from week to week with .the stirring facts, _Arguments, and appeals which are usually found in ? a well conducted _^religious journal. < It .instructs,- restrains, _isfeitoulatesi encourages, and improves all _Jfho come under ite influence. Yet how many professedly religious families take no Ss_^eh paper? They take a commercial patp r er, perhaps an agricultural, medical, or - _magonic, that they may keep posted up in ^|u>se departments of exertion, but leave re-5&gion entirely to the chances of the day. '"f_^hat would the Lord Jesus say if hes were J io«ftppear. in such a family, and see "every other interest represented but, that for which he bled and died I Is it fair to treat lh% Jbest cause in the "universe iff this way*...

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

? I _4 / . »"»« OV'l i « _^a_*h«_tjf am 4_^ JS&jf_^1 *^ft ?|_Me. \, ^^_ilift^^WiP^/^^_W every-.thingmii^" " Evtifffiitti_^_my «tn7 J}p _$&&_$ think _J_^H «_4ald *«_ttind ,oi»_ei_*_hatt_«_tli*t would _oofttw_^B _oW*^>^*a'ha_^'«everjyet so"Yea, &UierJ Vl'*i_^k. Bo . _assure I Ubt»ow all that _5_Sw_<_Hiel>4_ufe_6ori«_ri' _nar_^ of Oaree number ofraaaCjfodftith a_.fa_^_-'Mres _«f biead, and a sttppltfieflNHiea tb_«y had _fee_0i |£_ya_^u$il .(_Jfouaana _pejeoas >*_& ;fcwo " tJfrre,i_#_A_^b _vWr a, _tAe_^_blll_^ V O T ; Suppp_^_9 you irefteel_; & Jittle_; _Biford_^ you answer again." f_#"l_^eB, l _atKeir. :_^I _ha_^_e _ithoja|h& m&_$ _iWn certain, _. t_^_eye Jm no others m,iracle(1of tihe, _^_ind ineriliQntetf in _tte Biblel" ' .. ' ; '' ^''; ' " _Wel_^ fey son, open .your _BiWe at the fourth chapter of the_A Fourth/ Book of King_? &*'V - ¦ ¦ ¦¦ •¦ ' ;; ¦¦ • ¦ ' ¦ ¦ _' ¦ ¦ " ¦ "...

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

Statistics of French Fonltry. The whole country rears 30,960,000 hens, yielding 3,715,200,000 eggs, of the value of 148,608,000f, ($29,721,600). When to this we add the value of fowls as food, the" number of cocks, pullets and capons, we find that the entire produce of poultry in France may be valued at 182,880,000f _i ($36,576,000). But while this may be regarded as the actual produce of France at the present time, an} immense increase may be calculated upon. By an improved system of feeding, and by increasing the amount of laying eggs by means of artificial heat,' the grand total is enlarged from the amount just named to 835,640,000f, ($167,128,000). Eggs are consumed in Paris to the amount of 3,784,243 pounds' weight annually; and in many parts of the country they constitute, along with bacon, the principal food of the inhabitants. France, as already _mentioned,.exports to England, in eggs and poultry, to the value of 6,000,000f. annually, ($1,200,000); and also largely to _Rus...

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

TTPRISING OF A GREAT PEOPL_.E. , CHARLES SCBIBNER, NO. 124 GRAND STREET, NEW-YORK: Will publish in a few days THIS; REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK. The Uprising of a Great People. 'THE UMTED STATES IN 1861. By Count do Gaeparin. Translated by Miss Booth. 1 vol., 12mo., 75 cents. The New-York Times says of it: "The thorough intellectual mastery of the subject determines the quality of the book, the moral warmth which runs latent through it (breaking at tjmes into an eloquence which fairly burns)—takes its power from the weight of his fects and the force of his logic. There is in his treatment of the question, a wise moderation that carries .with it convincing force." The New-York Evening Pott says: " It is *he .wisest book which ha_« been written upon America since De Tocqueville. * * j* Remarkable for its intelligence, its insight, its logic, and it8 ~ _noDleness of purpose." , ' From She New-York 'Tribune: "The'author , thinks that we are rising, awakening, coming to ourselves, aaserbug_...

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

jn E M O V A L, . BOARD OF _Colpoirts»_ge9 OF THE Synods of Pittsburgh and Allegheny _Having removed their Book Rooms to RENSHAW'S NEW BUILDING, .-No 57 Hand Streettwo 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 patronag". JOHN CULBERTSON, Librarian. P. G. BAILEY, Treasurer. Pittsburgh, April 1,1861. LIST OF PDBLICATI8NS Constantly on hand and for Sale at _tlie Book Rooms of the Board of CoVportage,,M. 57 Sand St., Pittsb'h: ' All the issues of 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.: Scribner; Nelson & Sons ; Sheldon 4 Co; Martien; Gould 4 Lincoln; American Tract Society; American S. S. Union; Massachusetts S. S. Society. Particular attention paid to filling orders for ' Sunday School Libraries. A full an...

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

For the _Presbytenftn Banner. Little Mary. Lovely flower, frail and tender, Sent to bloom on earth a while; Then removed to fields of splendor Where eternal Spring doth smile. Fare thee well; 'tis hard to yield thee, Yet we know 'tis better so : -' : Here we could not hope, to shield thee Prom the blight of sin and woe. But no chilling .blast will ever ,. . ,, _, , ,;_, _, Beach thee in that land of light; - - Sin and sorrow there shall never ..,.-..-, Spread their soul-destroyingblight. - There the Saviour will enfold thee • In the garb' of deathless love,; And ere long we shall behold thee Blooming in the bowers above. . ' . . • '. ' ¦_- ¦ ¦ ' ' ' : ¦ ' . ' ¦ ' : ' :¦ ' : ' ¦:¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ': ' ' 3: ' _?.: ii

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

\*_THITE LIME DEPOT, " '/* _' LIBERTY STREET _^ (,ImttediaUij, opposiU Metal.Yard of Penna. _H.JS. Co.,) 1 PITI8BCBGH, Pa., , Where a very superior article of White Limo can be had in any _quantity, from a half peck to a car load. We are retailing_'bylhe SINGLE BARREL AT ONE DOLLAR; but as our _object iB to wholesale, we Bell by the _quantity at a much lessprice_, so as to enable retailers to make a handsome profit. . The Lime is manufactured by William H. Oanan_, Jr & Co., at SI Dorado Lime Works, Blair County, Pa., and we warrant 1it to'be greatly superior to Louisville Lime, and to be cheaper _,at,our i rioes than the Grey Limo is at the prices at which it is. sold in this market. If our Lime does not prove satisfac"tbry_._'wi i obligate ourselves to.dray it back and pay the bur-Odhasers 16 cents per _^_arrel_, W 5 cents' per bushel for any ¦Jtrouble or _expense incurred by them. _, '' " " - We a -e preparecl to'deliverat low figuresbarrel Lime at ,,any poi it by, river...

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

j» O O F I N G . _WILLIAM JOHNSON, (Late Bates & Johnson,) Sole Manufacturer and Dealer in the following three distinct kinds of,Roofing: 1st. Gum Elastic CementFelt and Canvas Roofing. 2d. Improved FeltCement and Gravel Roofing. J « 3d. Patent English Asphaltive Felt Roofing. All Fire and Water Proof, and Warranted. Roofing Material ,for sale, with printed instructions for using. _#g- Office at Bates & Johnson's old stand, , 75 Bmltbfleld'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 amaint to prevent dampness in Br_^ok.Walls. decS-ly i WM. JOHNSON.

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

_£_}PRING STYJLES FOR G-entlexxx&ix's Garments, In great variety; embracing in _pvrt, a large and well selected stock of fancy French and English ' 3 CA8SIMERES AND COATINGS, Together with as fine an assortment of Black and Colored CLOTHS AND TESTINGS, as the manufactories of Europe can produce, which are adapted to the wants of gentlemen ot tafetfi, who appreciate style and quality in clothing. SAMUEL GRAY &T3ON, mariO-1 v No. 10 _T?iftn St.. PUtahnreh.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

1 Indlesr Punishment. - We are aware that the words which we have j list penned, involve the most solemn and awful mysteries of our faithj and _faK nish the: _profou,ndegt _f themes; of . v human speculation. JS_^pne _,h . u.t a.bigot or,a fbolt can dogmatize, with ftipjpant levity, over the difficulties' which beset either'the1 afiirmaiion of the denial of the doctrine of endlesl;Sin|andendfess misery _underlitHe gov_^ _ernment -pf_^a wise and jbeneficejit _^ Moral B _f Uler. Trustin.g :tp our _Mijpriovi_^reasoning_, and sppntaneous * convictions, thes _pro blem_, seems" elsily disposed of. ' God in a' beney-^eiit andgracious OFatherj and as such can not but ultimately make all his _^creatures happy; jHes is absolutely .gbpd ,_^and m_^tv desire their happiness ;-he is absolutely, wise, and can . devise methods to secure it; ne; is absolutely_^pbwerful, and able'to'execute* 1 all _ihat hiss goodness prompts aind his wis-1 | dpi«planf_« That, under the reign of such> •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

¦; 1 ;•; •• ¦ .. ' :. loijthePresbyterlaaBanner. - A New lift. "I%jll apt;spend this year as I have spent tile last one." Thus has many a soul resolved'at the commencement of anew year, _;fri how many msi_^nceslps the reso-Woti l_^ett kept ? Christian reader, will you spend the year upon which you have entered as you spent th# last year ? Do you not need a new life for'the new year ? Will you not resolve, by the help of _kod_'s Spirit, to lead a new life? . Does not God require it of you? Does he 'not require you to seek first the kingdom of . God and his righteousness? Have you,. during the entire year that is past, sought first the kingdom of God ? Has it been your aim every day and every hour to become holy ? Have you at all times, and in every action, sougttfe to please God? Have you been as earnest in your efforts to make others happy_^ and to promote their aalvittioni as Christ would have you to be? Have yoU prayed as much and as fervently as it has been your privilege and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

BOROPEAN ettftKBSBQABlNGI _IirowtJiarae Hopes or IsmsR_«Amo_«AV Peace—Pbaysr Mbetii»a in :Eikcbr Hall—THBPaBMiiiB, Loud EnsaEL, and . Mr, Ab*41 *— UThk London Amkbioak"—Pbbbsueb on _thj _Labobiko OtASSES—A London Cattle Show—" Christmas 13 Comino "—Pkepasation—The Nonconformist Celebramon op thb BKQIJ8H Ejected _Ministebs _op . _1662_^-Dr. _VaimhanW _Addkes8 Anaitzed—Baptist Movbmeht—^Tbe liACKiQF: TnEOLOalCAl EDtTCATION_.IN THE ENQLlSHXTklVIR 81TIBS—PARttAI. JEXOSFBtOHB—DANGEBOU8 j THEOLOGICAL _ScHoots in EncTland—The Scotch _ITinviiBsiTiES and Bbpobm—Umter and its Academio and Theological Peivi-1eoes—posssobipt. , • ¦-• L0NDON, Dee. 12,1861. ; More _CHEEEraiiNjssS_; as-to the preservation of international peace has been felt _duringtthe present week, even although it is impossible for us to know, for at least a fortnight .what reception ,hasr been given iby _Presidentjliincoln to theifeqjiest offthe English _Cabinet. If the i great middleclass—the .religious, thoughtful, e...

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