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

JOHN A. _RENS1JAW, 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, _Conner of Liberty and Hand Streets, ¦¦ (A few doors above his old stand,) And having largely increased his stock .by recent purch now offers to the public the most extensive and complete Bortment to be found in-this city, of " ' CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Teas,. Spices, Pickles and SaucesPreserved Fruits m great variety, Fish. Hams, Dried Beef&c.,( besides an _assbrtment 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. 49f WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. -_^% .Catalogues containing an. extended list of my stock fnr nished by mail, if desired. '. JOHN A. RENSHAW_, »p7-ty Cor. _Liberty and Hand Pta.. Pittsburgh

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

OR PECTORAL TROCHES, Por the immediate Belief and certain (Jure of _ConsfaS) Golds, Influenza, AertlimaHoarse* ness* Whoopta* Conch ', Catarrh,. BroilshiEtft. Difficult Breathing, Sore Throat, Etc., Etc., Etc. _, BELIEF :WAEBA5TED IN TEH _HUTUTES. Tot Ministers, Public Speakers, and Singers, tlfesft TROCHES are indispensable for Clearing and Strengthening the Voice* Removing Hoarsenessetc. < The ease -with., which they are taken—being _easilyr earried in the pocket, requiring no preparation, alwaysready for use on all occasions, not liable to change in any climatecontaining nothing injurious to tbe most delicate constitutions-should be a sufficient recommenda tion to all to give them a fair trial. Price »« Cents Per Sox. nov30-4m*

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

_fcTORTH SEWICKI/EY ACADEMY, ¦ A-_* . BEAVER COUNTY, PA. The Winter Session of this Institution will open on the lirst Wednesday of November. REV. H. WEBBER, Iprincinals - - . , | Pnncl P ivl8 _- nov4-tf _ l_?fcfE ~ W FALL AND WINTER -*• _" ' ' * *_' CLOTHING, ON TlfE CASH SYSTEM—the only system thatcnables us to sell Goo'ds cheap these unsettled times. Cash is our motto; and under that plan we aro now prepared to offer a fine _stocfi of VALL 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, mariv-iv No. '84 WyHe Street. _Plffshiira*.

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

JOHN ». M'CORD . " . JAMES S. M"C0RD IMI'C_^O _miD mm «?«,. _MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS JN Hats, Caps, and Straw Goods, WHOLESALE AND RE _. TAIL, in Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Have now on hand for Spring sales, as large and complete an assortment of Goods as can bo found in any of the Eastern cities, consisting of Fnr, Silk, and Wool ' Hats, of every stylo and quality; CAPS of every quality and latest fashions; Palm Leaf, Straw, Leghorn, and Panama HATS; Straw and Silk BONNETS, etc., etc. Persons wishing to _purchase either by Wholesale or Retail, will find it to their m?v»nt»«rp to rnll _ond _oxamino onr stock m<_WI9-1y

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

From Santa Jbe. ILu&as City, Jan. 6.—The Santa Fe mail has >_arrriwe<& with dates to the 23d ult. Tbeoe is no news of importance.: Fort Wise is :ga_>pris«ced by three companies of Federal itofcojm, IGhe small pox is raging throughout the whole !_Tecini*»ry, and is extremely fatal to children. _fijpeeae is very scarce in the Territory. The weather? is cold on the plains, and large number s <ef _ftaandly Indians are on the road.

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

Soathcrn Hews. , Bamjmqre, Jan. 4.-T: 0ne of the , Union gris- - oners arrived here. He has anT editorial ' article j from'a _^_BSobknond _^ papfer, rwhi ' ch " be cut*outr alia I Becretea in his boot. 1 It-gives; an awful;pi<?_ttf_^ " fij;the|_6pnditK»n.,of the_^ebel _. army_.onjUjejPpjto- _, moralized—regimental drills have ceased entirely, and Ihe men are spending their time in using greasy decks of cards in gambling. Great numbers are offering large sums for substitutes. One hftd offered as high as $1,500. Tbe editor urges the Government to speedily 4o something to remove the evil, and that such is tiie demoralized condition of the army, that ¦enlistments cannot go on, thousands who would enlist, being deterred by discovering the «_oadStion of the army. A JSiew-Orleans dispatch of the 27th ult., says that ihe powder-mill, opposite the city, exploded Hast anight. The guard had inspected the premises only half an hour before. It is attributed to 3uei i»oendiary. _w Ti...

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

FAMILY . SOAP JWtXy&k. _^,, . „ • Mode by the •r Pentiaylvania Salt _Jifyrafaciuring Coin-Any." _Tbeonlyganuiaa and patented article. Beware of _kmnterfeita 1 Buyers and _sellexa of ,ttie, bogus, articles will _? prosecuted. For sale _T>y all Druggista and Grocers l rices _reduced'to suit the tunes. : \ . . _tfec21-ly •

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

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

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

Selected from the New-Totk Times. " _History_'of the Rebellion. CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF THE LEADING INCIDENTS OJ? THE WAS.. At this season—the close of the year—a _resume " of the principal events that have occurred during the past twelve months .will be read with! interest. No one can say that the record-is dull or uninstructive. CHRONOLOGY OP THE WAR. 1860. JDee. 20. -Secession of South Carolina. Dec. 30. Arsenals in South Carolinar seized by State troops. Jan. Z. For.t Pulaski, at Savannah,,taken by order of the Governor of Georgia. Jaa. 4. National Fast.—The United States arsenal at Mobile 'taken by the local •troops. Jan. 8. North Carolina forts seized by the State Government. Jan. 9. The Star of the West, endeavoring to enter Charleston Harbor, was fired -upon _ifrom Morris ' Island and 'iFort jVIoultrie, and compelled to return. Jan., 10. Arsenals and forts of Louisiana seized by the - State Government.—Secession of Mississippi.—Secession of - _Florida. Jan. 11. Secessi...

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

64 npHEY GO / RI_6HT ToTlift INSTANT RELIEF! STeO_? _YOUlt _OOtTGJi f g _bpH;f_?_1pfpt BREATH! i _SfRENGllllMUR yfllCE! W_^ m T _— ABE *! ' i, ji GOOD FOR .CLiiR&YJJIEN, GOOD EO_^_EjffimBEBS, _GA_^_FPS** _PftBLIC SPEAKERS , GOODFOK SINGERS, * GOOpTOR _CONSUMPTIVES _, i r ,' . * * \s _< . _i ' i ._GENXLEASSK CARRY I _THRaat _COMFECTtONS LADIES ABB_^BEMOHTED _WITH ' SPkliDING'S THBOAT-GOMFECTIONS .CHILDREN CRY-FOX _; _sPALMNa_^s Tifey *_elieveia Cough instantlyi They clear the Throat. * They give strength arM "volume to the voice. They impart a_^ delicious aroma to ihe breath. They are delightful to;the taste-They-are made of, simple herbs audiajKmot harm any one. J I advise every one _whoAaB a. Cough, or a _Jrosky Voice or a 'Bad Breath, or any difficulty * of the Throat to g» a package of _.my _ThroafConfectioiis,- they -will reUeve you _InataTtttly,and._^oB._>m Jigree. -with m» _tlwtj « they go right to the spot ," .,You i_^_U 1U4 the...

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

_*_THE _HISTORY _^_i ERIE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. % Laura (?. Sandford. Philadelphia: If. 1B. Lipgincott $ Co. Pp. 347. 1862. " i. TMs to-ft <6rtat admirable history of an impor-! iant _Qtimfy _^r _^8 _fS_,t»ter _PFPfff *3_^_f Wst _^ompeWutt»n<l. Everyfamily * of that county, or which fc«s ever resided there, should have a Hjopy. 'It'dontliJis j»ftdi#C"4»S6_f Erie County, 'bf till 4_ta 'towns, Tillages, townships, and princi-Hjal improvements, from, its earliest settlement to %he prestenk time; the historical, geological, _(political, military, commercial, biographical, lit-«rary, and ecclesiasticalstatements are remark--ably full and |atte|_aetory. We can scarcely •think _ofeany_^eaiuie_^that liasieenneglected, nor can Ire'notice any thing that might have been 'omitted "Without _impairing the value of the work. •6hre«t attention has been give. n to the matter _%f 'dates and (personal reminiscences. The book is 'embellished Vith portraits of leading citiaens of &...

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

Christian Expenene&of:_ttie Wife of _Jonatlmn Edwards. In the year 1742 this emiDeatly godly lady sought and obtained what she called] the full assurance of faith; and she gives her experience in the following glowing words: ;..•;. • v "I cannot find language to express how certain the_^ everlasting love of Grbd appeared } the everlasting mountains and hills were but shadows to it. M y safety and happiness , and eternal enjoyment of God's immutable love, seemed as durable and _unchangeable as G-od_^himself: Melted; and,oyer,conjie_»by, the, _swjeetness of this as surance, I fell into a grea_^ flow of tears, and could not forbear weeping'aloud.- ¦ Thei presence of God was so near, and so real , ' that I scarcely seemed conscious of any- ' thing else. I seemed to be taken under; th|_e ; care _^ _*nd i charge _s of; ; _jmyi |&od _i and! Saviour in an expressibly endearing man-1 'ti&t. The peace and happiness which Ij hereafter felt were altogether inexpressi...

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

From Hall's'New-York Journal of Health. Soldiers' Health. 1. In any ordinary campaign, ,sickness disables or destroys three times as many as the sword. 2. Never lie or sit down on the grass or bare earth for a m oment; rather use your hat—a handkerchief even, is a great protection. The warmer you are, the greater need for this precaution as a damp vapor is immediately generated, to be absorbed by the clothing, and to cool you off too rapidly. 3. While marching, or on other active duty, the more thirsty you are, the more essential is it to safety of life itself, to rinse out ithe * mouth two 'or three times, and then take a swallow of _^ water at a time, with short intervals. A brave French General, on a forced march, fell dead on the instant, by drinking largely of cold water, when snow was on _,tbe ground. : 4. Abundant _Sleep is essential to bodily efficiency, and to that alertness of mind which is all-important in an engagement; and few. things more certainly and more effectu...

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

The Oood Shepherd. 'Heath the shadow of a rock, 'Midst-the pastures fresh and green, See, a shepherd leads his flock To the cool and _quiet_^stream. When the sheep lie down to rest, "Vfatehful is their shepherd's eye, Lest tlie hungry wolf molest, Or the treaeh'rous thief draw nigh. So the Saviour guards Ms lambs, Folds them to his loving breast; Gently leads his faithful ones Till they gain the promised rest. _' Little children, while you may, Listen to your Shepherd's voice; _Thgse who make his foldthefeehpicfc. ' -Ete'Will bless th'eW- _. wijih_^bis-l©^, "_^ _¦Wipe_^aw_^_jr ea _. cfibitter-tear, ' . '. _r_^it ijhem-fofhis _^&' loV above; - s _^J _nlaYeiji, seekv to _entep there. \ _# \Xhe M& fiiil'&r jsVltttio_?is. ' ¦ Q& i-iyesSf Mll-teyvfor( _§he_^h»ler o£: totda.y To do what they bid me_^ and ;mind _twhat And > _even_^before )tb.ey_,can;_i|Say:-.what".they _tiV_^WOnM--' v "¦• ' •¦_- ---i i:.-:vA-'.. _- . ¦ ,1 _" : ;.;> - . _' ....

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

An _Encouraging Survey.—From the address of William H. Watson, Esq., Senior Secretary of the London Sunday School Union, at the Evangelical Alliance meeting at Geneva, in September last, we extract the following: It may be well to answer the inquiry, What have been the benefits arising from these institutions, (Sunday Schools), which now comprise more than three millions of the youth of the United Kingdom of Great _^Britain and- Ireland ? If this inquiry were addressed to our statesmen, they would refer to the increased intelligence of the people at large—to the amelioration - of their habits; and they would, declare that it is to the extended influence of Sunday Schools amongst ouf large manufacturing population in the counties of York and Lancaster especially, that we owe the preservation of the public peace during _reasons of/great distress and, political commotion. But if tbe inquiry is addressed to the Christian, he will_^go-a-step further; he -.will gtatefully acknowledge ...

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

WARRANT'S Eiffervescpiit This valuable and popular Medicine has universally received tbe most fiivorablc'recomnieridatio ' ns of-the Medical »Profession and the •Public las the most efficient and agreeable Saline Aperient. .Jtt may be used with the best effect in ofTiE_^_SSKS_^I_^^lR ' GOUT, RHEUMATIOAFFECTIONS,'_GB_^ElT _pSeS 1 «1 « ' _£" «AI _£COM*><AB!ra8 WHHUS ' A Gentle ana Cooling Aperient or Purgative U «}}_¥ P_^_ttkriy adapted to the wants of Travelers by Sea _andLand, Besidentein _,Hot Climates, _Person of _Sedenterv Chert_£ a TOlaable' addition to their'Medicine It is iiithe form of a Powder, carefully put up in bottles, to keep m any climate, and merely _requires water poured upon it to producea delightful il_^lli§§ TAB&ANT'S OORDIAL ELIXER OF TURKEY RHUBARB _RHtrRA_^U _h_^Vi? rewr8 _*i0 ;4 'f«>m; the _TRTOS, _TURKEY am _FSmay _Meaieine, .„„ TARKAiNT'S &&S_23&S_* SBSS hSS&.'SL' * _^ efer ?n _^._f_?r •? 8lmIlM ...

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

_€ilico _Presses. Calico -dresses -are grand institutions. Delaines, silks, and even satinsy are good ¦enough in their place—in the parlor or bandbox, and all such; but after all, the old _*c stand-by," the substantial, is smiling <_3ali<30. Care must be taken not to soil the silk_^j nothing must come in contact, with the n_^ce_^_digess thatewil_^omple or_^st|,inv it. Bu_^h'e_^_Galjpp j.& MadeJfor_^o_^,_^nd_^as "4he bifaMtAjjI-sav , H_^hiy _tdoes' i i K fulfiL its niission ," SUk rarely find&iits wa_"y intoi' -the realities'_ofilife_^thaiAfs_^int&Hfhet'_^_kltchen at home,.onther-hut:of >tshe_,_auffexerrabroad Bafe_^a_^o/_tfh_/I'yh_^t'mldh m.eals _w _, _^g et;by it ! " how>ife'cheers t_$.el&afi7 ej;iag, as, " v?ii_$ its brights colors - tod*<cheerful presence it stand_*wit£¥ol_^a< i^^elo_«le'_%aB'd8^]£iSSSterinlfto ;our~di_^t5pesses'. T Calico _^_eefiqis. to he always morerTeady_^ and;/willinguto.cgivebto w...

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

IJARTUPEE & CO*, C0H_.BB O_, _FrKSX A _£ SHOK* _S_,_^ _^ Manufrcturer8 of . J5zS!£Sr2_?T?t _' '0ml *»- fining Oils. ' XAN&8 > *** all oth_* .apparatus for. re-• _gm ¦ ».»« ^^^ -- oct _i?-iy — _^_HT_^ _. PI TTSBURGH __ Tn .. ... r^^-CLASS CURE, ' '_. mv6._lv ' H. FRBASE , _^_,!),, _rv\ e A.—— _Si_^ir_^_uv_^ TEA!!. _* • WHOLESALE &ND _m_^lL ' * ! 114 .taiillUH _street, Pittsb_^ " HAS FOR SALE A ' ' Oiioice _SeiecifckMi mm._Wp _StACK TEAS_, With all Culinary _VUxtoJ^* BX:CRA HONEY _STBUPg

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

0_HABUES _SQBOT1E, m *iat _asAND street/ nbw-tork-: Will publish in * few W_* THIS J tEI_^AR_»_A_8kExF*BNCH BOOK. The Uprising of >a/Great -P«op!e.. _< THE-TJNEEB»»S9BATES-IN 1861. _siassa _erttiotf that _carries _withlt _convincing }o™f -ThelW-York _Evening _Ftot »_J?; "?'»t'CS tmTarerirfngawakening coining to ourselves, **fj_*_m_$ our right in the time of trialaudBT _ynwm of that ¦_Sft _^l !£ this worfc been mitten but a few wee** ago,'!* could not Do niore apt to the time'than it is." _< C. 3* -will also publish, on. same'day: LIFE\OF GENffl&VWfflFIEtD _^€_OTT. By J. T. jleadley. _Wittua -fine Portrait on Steel, l_.vol, " 12mo. 75 cents. ( This Biography is foil arid authentic; the' ma&rials; for it having been derived from public documents_£nd _frofJJfW; officew-who .have' served .under him.«Inttas VorittwUlbe fonnfl a,faithfcl.aBd graphic, _description of the brilliant ttjjtlmj In whirh Gen. Scott has _bnpn _pnjpwrmJ. "I5 *

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