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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

For tb» Presbyterian Banner. The Board of Domestic Missions respectfully reminds pastors and churches, that their financial year ends Feb. 28th next, and all contributions to be reported this year, must be received at the office in Philadelphia, on or before the above date _^ as we are closing a year of special trial—having carried the burden of a great debt, and the perils of a money crisis—causing, of consequence, great suffering among the missionaries. It is urged, earnestly, that every church which has not made its collection, Uo it at once. All can do something ; it is tho privilege of all to do whit they can. We are painfully anxious to close the year, with all reported labor paid in full. We dread the anxieties of another year, cumbered with debt, and compelling retrenchment in the salaries of the missionaries, and dolay in the payment thereof. In the few weeks which reniain, enough can come from church collections to make us safe, and cheer our best expectations. Mission...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

faritttraal Pittsburgh Market. WEDNESDAY, January 15,1861. ASHES—Soda Ash, 3@3J_4[c.; Pots, 4@4}_£c; Pearls &%c The stock ia first hands is ample for all ordinary purposes. APPLES—$2.S0@2.76 $ bbl. BEANS—Prime White, $1.25 per bushel. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR-$1.50@1.75 $ 100 lbs. BROOMS—Common, $1.50; fancy, 2.00@2._60. BUTTER—Choice Boll, M@15c.*<a B>. CORK-_^5c. _fl bushel. CRANBERRIES—$.600 $ bbl. CHEESE—Western Beserve, 6_Vc. Hamburg, 7_Vc. DRIED PEACHES—New crop, $3.00@2.25 _S bushel. DRESSED HOGS—_%@3_% |J B>. * EGGS—15e. per dozen. FEATHERS—Prime-Western, _StVic. _S ft. JTiOUft—Extra, $4.65; .Extra J_'anuly, $5.00@5.25; Fancy, $5.50@5.75. GROCERIES —Coffee: Good Rio, 20@21c. Sugar, 9)£@1OM<5. - Eice8M@10c. Molasses48c. HAY—«9.00@_10.00 i& ton, at scales. HIDES AND LEATHER—Greenbeef hides, 8@6_^c; green salted hides. 5J_^@6c; dry flint, 12c. Bough country leather is dull at 20@22c. Dressed leather is quoted as follows : Red Spanish S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

Kentucky. We must be on the eve of stirring events in Kentucky. The expedition from Cairo is the most powerful, both in men and armed Teasels, ever fitted out by the United States. Gen. Buel has a splendid army of some 60,000 to 80,000 men, on the way to Bowling Green. From Eastern Kentucky we have the following: A letter from Catteburg, dated the 11th, to (he Democrat, says that on the 7th, on _Jennies creek, three miles West of Pointsville, a skirmish took place between a part" of the 2d Virginia cavalry, under Col. Bowles, Federal, and a portion of Marshall's forces, ander Shaw. The rebels lost 6 killed, 14 wounded, and 7 prisoners. The Federals lost two killed and one wounded. Before Bowles attacked them, Humphrey Marshall addressed his men, advising the surrender of the whole force. The men refused, saying that they preferred fighting to such a cowardly conrse. After a skirmish, Marshall's whole force fled j 800 picked infantry and 900 cavalry pursued, expecting to overtake...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

OKADXNG FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Camp Library; fll AIIEICAN TRACT SOCIETY, 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Library, consisting of TWENTY-1IYE VOLUMES, 18mo., inclosed in a box, at the low price of $3.0 ; among which are "General Haveloek," "Capt. Hedley Vicars," "Capt. Hammond," "The Blue Hag," " Young Man from Home." • Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tracts, at $2.00, are put up to accompany the Library, when desired. THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumesin flexible covers, containing the Soldier's Text-book, Soldier's Hymni, The Soldiers and Jesus, Story of Lucknow, and other appropriate works $2.00. The American Tract Society has furnished gratuitously many hundreds _»f thousands of pages of Tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvaniaas well as others. The friends of the soldiers are availing themselves of the opportunity of putting into their hands these most valuable books. And there are not a few instances where most happy results have fol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

Cairo*, The fleet and army are moving from Cairo, The first movements.were made on the 10th. The advance _lanHedTtiie next " day, at Mayfield Creek, Ky., eight miles below Cairo. Jan. 13.—Two more columns will be moved into Kentucky to-morrow. All transports here have been chartered for that purpose. I am assured from the best authority, that troops are on their way here from St. Louis, and will arrive to-nighfc or to-morrow. Fifty prisoners taken by Gen. Paine were brought to Bird's Point to-day, among whom is Col. Bird, from whom that place derives its name. Positive evidence exists that he has contributed thirty-five thousand dollars in aid of the rebel_, lion, and that he voluntarily sent his slaves to work on fortifications. A nephew of Gen. Polk was arrested yesterday near Blandeville, Ky., by one of our scouting parties. He had dispatches in his possession to spies at Columbus.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

rp E E T H . SAVE THEM BEFORE IT IS TOO %ATS. . O. .>S3JX«li has removed to < ¦ : " i x ' . No. 24_& Peifli _Stireet, la the boose formerly deggpied by Dr. 0. H. Keyser, _opgonit_* Christ ' church. He will give all the modem* improvement* Teeth Inserted at v»»ion8 prices, s WBmk $15 TO $«« _fil SBf. .; ' ; REFERENCES: Rev.W>D,HpWABm ?e i-Sk ,J«lr *Ll _\I Ia _M_^ A BJUkbtxy, • AsG.M'Candusss_. M.D., J * H Hopkins "" IT. B. _Vakkirk_, l_^IRST PR EJBinJM AyfAppm> BY -¦? THE STATS * FA1M TO' _€_}-9K_^. 3_r _V €«; «?«-» _T_^' • -4 " TOR THE _BEKT *'" _ _« _STAVES AND fikH O E S, For Families, _arul BEST WOOD COOK 8T0-VX. *a-N0. 245_LIBBRTY STREET, at the headiof Weed* nit-Two*. Vm. «*»¦ *»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

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 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, Spices, Pickles and SaucesPreserved Fruits in great variety, Fish, 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 lamily all may be purchased at reasonable prices. 4_ST* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ""©ft Catalogues containing an extended list of my stack fur nished by mail, if desired. JOHN A. RENSHAW, apT-lv Cor. Libertv and Hand S1».. Pittsburgh.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

_general f ta. Change in the Cabinet. The Hon. Simon Cameron , Secretary of War, tendered his resignation on the 13th. It was accepted, and Mr. Edwin P. _Stauiuon, formerly of Pittsburgh, Pa., was nominated to fill the vacancy. Mr. Cameron was nominated as Minister to Eussia. Mr. Sumner, of the Senate, moved the confirmation of these nominations, and they ¦were referred to a Committee , according to the rules. The reason of Mr. Cameron's resignation has not yet transpired. Mr. Staunton stands high in public estimate. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

PRESBITERIAL NOTICES The PRE8BYTEBY Off HIGHLAND will meet In Mt. "Vfrnon, on the Third Thursday (the 16th,) of January, 1862, lit 2 o'clock P. M. JAMES ROWLAND, Stated Clerk. Tho _PUESBY.TEBY OF BLAIBSVILLB wilt meet, accordiug to adjournment, at Gross Roads, on the Third Tuesduy ot Januaryat 2 o'clock P. M, Members coming by Kailroad will stop at Stewart' * Station, whore _conveyances will be provided to tho church. JAMES DAVIS, Stated CK-.k. Tho _PRESBYTERY Of ALLEGHENY CITY will hoi 1 its i nxt Htutud meeting in tho Central church, (Dr. 1'luni- rV,) Allegheny _Cttyj on the Third Tuesday, of January, 18u. ' , at 10 o_'cloctt A. M. W. ANNAN, Stated Olc. k. The PRESBYTERY OF SUSQUEIIANNA will (D. V.,) hold lt_» _uoxfc stated meeting in Troy, Pa., on the last Tuei-<hw (23Q}) of January, at 6J_4 P, M. y { ' JULIUS FOSTER, Stated Clerk. Tho p««g»YTEEY OV WINN1BAQ0 will moet at Gam-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

arjs_^pugnfure OR PECTORAL TROCHES, For the immediate Belief aad certain Gure of Coughs, Onl<_ls_, Influenza; Asthma, Hoarsenens, Whooping Co 11 eh, CatarrhBronchitis, _Dillicult Breathing* Sore Throat, Etc.j Ere, Etc. BELIEF _WABiASTED IS f EN _MDTOTES. For Ministers, Public Speakers, and Singera, these TROCHES are indispensable for Clearing and Strengthening the Yoice, 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, containing nothing injurious to the most delicate constitution—should be a sufficient recommenda tion to all to give them a fair trial. Price 35 Cents DPer 33o2e. nov30-4m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

"¦_PITTSBURGH FEMALE COLLEGE-* THIRTEEN TEACHERS. Buildings, teachers, and course of study, of the first class. Superior facilities afforded in the Ornamental branches. Attendance last year, two hundred and_ thirty-seven. Three terms per year. s FORTY DOLLARS per term, pays for boarding, light, room-rent, and use of furniture. Tuition according to studies pursued. The Collegiate year begins September 3d; second Session, December 9th; and the third. March 24th, 1862. Send to the President, Rev. I. 0. PBRSHING, A. M., for a catalogue. M. SIMPSON augll-ly President of Board of Trustees.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

»6 rpHEY GO RIGHT TO THj/ . .. . _- . : SPOT. " INSTANT RELIEF I STOP XOTJR _COTJOH ! PU RIFY YOUE BBEATH! STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICE! C ONFECTIONS, ABE _GrOOD FOB CLEBaYMEN, GOOD-FOB LECTUBERS, GOOD FOE _PUBLIC SPEAKER? , GOOD FOB SINGERS, GOOD FOB CONSUMPTIVES. GENTLEMEN CABRY SPALDING'S T8R0AT C08PEOTtO»S_. LADIES AiEE DEMCrHTEDi-WITH SPALDING'S tHROAT CO«FECTtO8S_. CHILDREN CRT FOR SPALDING'S _tRltoAT _COSFEimOKS_* They relieye a Cough instantly ' : They clear the Throat. They giro strength and Tolmne to the voice. They impart a delicious aroma to the breath. They are delightful to .the taste. They are made of simple . herbg and cannot harm any one. I advise ererj cute _whoItaiia ' Coagb, or a Husky Voiee or a Bad Breath, or any _difficulty of the Throat, to ge a _PMfcBge of>iij Throat Confections; they-will _relieTe yon _inrf *»*1y ,i and you will agree with me ' that « they go right tothespot" Ton _wiU find them Very _Bsefnl and _pleaeanJ while _^veiling or attending publi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

THE I" .._ISOIS fEVTML _RAILUOAB M-'**™!^ ! _T_^_Tjg 1,200,000 ACRES OF RICH J_^_Sl_^ In Tracts of Forty Acres and upward, on _t0Bg __ MECHANICS, _PABMEBS & _WOEKIHG MBN. FB _^v _miDff _w - _wifii pop _^troB-_?- rpHE attention of the enterprising and industrious por- The State is rapi 7 ^^^ ^^ 1S3O? makmr l tioaof the _commimity is directed to the following 868, 025 persons ha_^_ng ^^_w_^t «<_aA. statements and liberal inducements offered them by the the present population , , . in. ten years. IIXIHOIS CENTRAL _RAIIJBOAB _COMPASS , A GBi0Ut.TirRAlr _IStOB_^Cf S. which, as they will perceive, will enable them, by pro- products of DBnoiS SBS-.greafsr t&tm per energy, pcrseTerencoand industry, to providecom- 1»e _AB1_"10111 _^ _™ fe Tb0 _jTOductS seBft out during fortahto homes for themselves and families, with, com- those of any otaer o • 00Q>tonS. _<sbe wheat erpp parativelyspe_^^ery Mle capital. ?_£f _SSS *^£_^S_^L - _LASDS OF ILEHf QJS. _^ CTo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

t 1 Selected for the Presbyterian Banner., .: fflilfc and floney.* _W 'T is a mercy to have that taken from us, that which takes us from God. Patient waiting on God, and importunate calling on God, are not inconsistent. Free grace calls for full duty. A man should not praise his workB, but his works should praise him. The saint doth not so much do good works to live, as live to do good works... . Communion, with God is more in conversation with God, than in contemplation of God!... ;..y;;: . . _. . Grace is glory begun, and glory is grace made perfect Let Christians do their "best, and then let the world do their worst. , _- ' -.,. ,. ,' Nothing stands in men's flight so. much as their light doth; nothing keeps them in their folly more than their wisdom doth j nothing makes them more unrighteous than their righteousness j For my too much of me, me ; much _anndies_, And my selfs-plenty my poor.self destroys. A Christian; gains by all his losses. A godly unlearned man is better th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

REV,_«_flWMi» OB1 _iKfiliAWD_, ON 11E :, _( _^ «AFf _AUt OF _IHPTOINf. • _W e_^ lasfc week, gave our readers the sentimetfts Of Mr. S:pur&eon, on the subject of a war between Great Britain and the United States. We now present to them some thoughts of Kev. Newman Hall. These _^enfw^' ^?raple_^,- 'to .ii_'; yi _§i65rilarge extent,, of the intelligent Christian feeling of England. It is true that Lord _Shaitsbury, who is very prominent for his evangelism and anti-slaveryism, refused to attend the Exeter , Hall - meeting on the subject of peace, lest he should seem to censure the Government, for its war measures, (he is son-in-law to Loird Palmeeston,) still he expressed a strong desire for peaee. If Christians on both 3ides, will strive for the right, in a Christian r spirit, there will be no war between the United States and Eng land. At an assembly of nearly three thousand persons, chiefly working men, held on Monday _ey, en|ng_,JLn Surrey Chapel, the Kev* ll_^wma_^lHa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

Senator Simmer on the frent Affair. Mr. Sumner is known to be on the extreme of the anti-slavery question. He is thought by some, so extreme an4 so violent as to injure the carrying -on of the war. Multitudes who love the country, and would preserve the Union, and maintain the Constitution inviolate, cannot , endorse his propositions. Being such, it was thought he would be violent on the subject of the surrender of Mason and Slidell. _» He however, came out on the subject, conservative and national. » : We find in pur exchanges the following report of his speech in the Senate, January 6th: Mr. Sumner, of Mass., having the floor on the Trent affair, made an eloquent speech. In alluding to the release of Mason and Slidell he said that this had been done at the instance ot the British Government, courteously conveyed, and founded on the assumption that the original capture of these men * was' an act of violence, which was an affront to the British flag, or a violation of internatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

_J_«ilteal Diseases from Ammonia in Stables. Nothing is more common than diseases among cattle, especially horses, arising from foul stables. Horses are more troubled with it than cowsj probably- from the fact that theirs dung is generally richer and undergoes a more rapid fermentation, throwing out ammonia in large quantities. In a close stable the gas is so strong that the eyes are painfully affected with it. Thisis an alkali, and is classed among the most powerful stimulants j the constant respiration of which, predisposes" to affections ;pf the lungs. The strength of,the gas _^ _inay be, judged from the odor that arises from a common hartshorn smelling-bottle; In many stables no provision-whatever is made to guard the animals against this subtle poison. The floor is always saturated with urine, and the pungent odor of this gas is always present. There are many cheap experiments within the reach of most farmers to prevent this nuisance, and to save the ammonia for the m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

5Cor the"fcreshyterian; Banner fbe lagleiand tile'Serpent, Oa a mountain, wlios_^ eloud-piereiag summit 't ' i _«Pf?_fN_^_w; " ¦ r: it v *f _^Vi ¦'' '¦' VI! Ik i _fi&e a _tlMne for t&Vl&rWsiBg by _wlirlf|na| upreared_, '. Dwelt an eagle ? and long had his proud form outrode ¦_£ The _storfflia i&at swept over his mountain abode; He ho&jfor a . century tfreasted thei_^power , ,» j_£nd Ms ' "'night was ihore "noble since each than before_, through all that wideWgipnfMs fame had been heard, And they called that proud eagle the Liberty . _AUhk , "¦ .v_;. _- _- ". ._^: : :! _- _-;r '- ' * ¦ ¦ ' ¦ -! ¦ k small, crawling _reptile, by some means had made ; Its hdjde i_^_tte cltftof-the took,_'n_^tji the1 shade Offllemounlain-bira?snest; and _' _the ea«* le disdained That his beak by its ignoble blood should be stained: Secure in such contempt—more noble than wise—It flourished and grew ? to a serpent in size; to it _direaniedinat|_sinali&lt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

r|_lARRANT*S Effervescent This valuable and popular Medicine has universally, received the most favorable recommendations of the Medical Profession and the Public as the most effi-: cient and agreeable Saline .Aperient... It may be used with the best effept in BILIOUS AND PEBRILE DISEASES, COSTIVENESS, SICK HEADACHE, _NATJSBA LOSS OP APPETITE, INDIGESTION, ACIDITY _' OF THE STOMACH, TORPIDITY OF-THE _LTVBB, GOUT, RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS, -GRAVEL, PIKES AND ALL COMPLAINTS WBBKX A Gentle and Cooling Aperient or Purgative Is .. .. , Required. At is particularly adapted to the wants of Travelers by Sea andLand, Residents in Hot Climates, Persons of _Sedontery Pi_™_£JnVMi ld * _^4 _Convalescent; _Capjains of Vessels and Cheijjts a valnaole addition to their Medieine It is in the form of a Powder, carefully pnt up in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beverage mend it to the favorable notice of'an intellfgent pub...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 18 January 1862

Breaking;MfeTS for _ttilMng_. - This isbften _^nade quite a serious, affair, in which kicks and bruises are freely interchanged between the frightened brute- and the irritated master. Many an otherwise excellent milker, is Spoiled for life by.harsh treatment_^ A _^eifer_, if well broken ito the milk-rpail _^ is thereby made worth at; least twenty per _cenfc more—an increase which will pay for mtieh pains-taking. _38.arey_'s reasoning respecting horses, applies equally to other.animals. -They only resist when injury is apprehended, and their natural instinct suggests danger whenever any unusual treatment ' occurs._' Every one has noticed how shy a creature is in entering strange enclosures, or at sight, of new objects. Thehandling of a heifer's bag is _^to her a very unusual proceeding, and, in additidnythe"teat|I af«e often _tender , aijjd the; bag caked ind |n. flame,d so as to be painful under even a gentle touch. Training for, milking shouidiCommence long before calving. Firs...

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