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

JJARTUPEE & CO_^ " c— op Fffisi *» _£-. * _«_, p_^_sb_^, PA.t Manufacturers of Steam Engines , Machinery and _Castinoo Also, of STILLS, TANKS and In i ' a8tIng8. fining Oils. 'Mna _» and _Ml other _apparatua . for re-PITTSBURGH _^ ^__ 1Wat «* _*_3 "_»_&_£»_ . .. . .. A KRST-OLASS CURE, 4-_; * "T E A_" _^ 1 M WHOLESALSJLND REtE[_& ' '! J- I5 . _^T&._Lli_/_ferca : 114 _Smithfieir _teeevHSJh?3 HAS _*OR BALB A ' Choice Selection * • OF "_^ ' - - >. Janl4-t

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

Christianity in England. It.is not known who was the;missionary that first brought the blessed Gospel of n _| but it had been preached there before St. Paul was dead. In those days nearly thirty thousand Roman soldiers were always stationed in England; and there was ' > a constant interchange of trade, letters and passengers between England and Borne, and other-land ' s. ' British chieftains, who _«had been conquered by the Romans, lived at Rome; British nobles and th _^ ir families visited the great city, and came back; and Romans inter married with Britons, both in Britain and at Rome. St. Paul intended to _preach the Gospel in Spain, (Rom xv: 28 >) and Clement, his felloe-laborer and friend; (Phil, iv: 3 ,) says,. in his book, that St. Paul preached in Britain. But of this we cannot now know the truth. When Paul was a prisoner at Rome, shortly before his death, he preached the Gospel ' even to the household in the heathen Emperor's palace ; he had among his frie...

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

_TJPiaSING OF A _GSEEAT _JREOPIiE. GHABLES SOEIBEER, : _; NO. 124 GRAND STREET, NEW-Y.0RK: Will publish in a few days THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK. The Uprising of a r Great Peo|le. TBEB TOUTED STATES ' IN 1861. f By Count de _Gasparin. Translated by Miss Booth. 1 vol., _H 12mo _^ 76 cents. r The New-York Times says of it: "The thorough intellectual mastery of the subject determines the quality, of de bookthe moral warmth which runs latent through it (breaking at times into aii'eloquence which fairly _bTirnB}---takes its power from the weight1 of his facts 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 _Moaiinff : JPost says: "Ttisfhe wisest book which ban been written upon America since. De TocquevOle. ' * * * *! _Rsmartable " for its intelligence, its insight, its logic, and its nobleness of purpose." . .From the New-York Tribune: " The author thinks that wo are rising, awakeningcomi...

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

_Bandrnif In the Hair. A correspondent asks by what means this nuisance may.be prevented, and if it has already.. ' made ;its appearance, how it may be removed ? As usual, it is much easier to prevent than cure it. The prevention consists in the avoidance of sharp combs and brushes, and- daily: bathing the head with cold water. Numberless cases of drandruff have been produced by scratching the head with sharp bombs and brushes. If any one doubts,it, let him try the same practice upon the-back of his hand. He .will find in a few days' , bran-like scales, closely resembling dandruff, thrown _^ off in eonsiderable quantity. When the difliculty already exists in the hair, it is .to be removed by the same simple means which-will prevent it. I do not intend to deny that certain heads are disposed to this branny excretion, but these cases constitute ' but a small-part of the cases of dandruff which one sees.—Lewis's New Gymnastics. ¦

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

WHITELIMlDlPOfv _: LIBERTY STREET, (Immtdiately _opposite Metal Yard of JPenna. > K, JB. Co.,) ' - _PirasBOKaHi Pa., Where » very superior article of "White Lime can be had in any _quantify, from a half peck to n car load. We are retail ing by the5 SINGLE BARREL AT PNE DOLLAR; but as onr object.ig to wholesale, we sell by the _quantlly at a much less priceso as to enable retailers to make a handsome profit. The _liiiue is manufactured by_^ William H. ' CaMnJr. & Co., at El Dorado Lime Works,Blair Oonnty, Pa., and wewarrant it to be greatly superiorto Louisville Lime, and to be cheaper atour prices than the Grey, Lime is at the prices at which it is sold in this market. If our Lime does not prove satisfactorywe obligate ourselves to dray it back and pay the purchasers 15 cents per .barrel,..qr J cents per bushel for any trouble or expense incurred by them. We are prepared to delivera&low figuresbarrel Lime at any point by river, and _eiflfer; barrel or loose ...

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

li _,E..M_*,O: _tia._iu,. ;; ; y BOARBOF ¦ _- • - ¦ - --vOF'THE . --' ¦ ' : ¦ . ¦ Synods of Pitteburgh and Allegheny_^ H_^_yin_^ removed their Book Booms to BBNSHA._WS NBW BUlEDINGNo 5? Hand Street,:two doors from Liberty, take,pleasure in inviting your attention to the annexed Catalogue of Books comprised in thMr stock, _and_^liopefor a continuance of yonr patronage. ¦¦¦¦-• -' ¦'¦ ¦ '¦' i: : ; - JOHN OTOBEEISON, librarian. , Jf ' . Qt. BAIIiET, Treasurer. , . ;.... . . Pittsburgh, April 1,1861. IIST OF PUBLICATIONS Constantly on hand and for Sale at the • Book Rooms of the Board of Colportage, ' M.b7 Hand St., Pvtt_0K: All the _isaties of our own, viz.: the _Presbyterian Board of Publication as soon, as they.,come from the?PreBS. ;Also a good selection from B. Carter & Brother _jAppleton & Co.; Mppencott & Co.; Scribner; Nelson & Sons; Sheldon & Col; Martien; Gould & Lincoln;, American Tract Society; AmericanS. S-XTnion; Massachus...

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

W E INVITE THE _ATTEKMOll OF the public to the PHUiABEEPHIA , _Honsekeeping Dry Goods Store, where may be found a large assortment ©f allMndsof Pry Goodsrequired in farnifihing ;» ¦ house/ thus saving th tronble BSnally "BKperienced in _lwiaiting such articles, in variouB places. In consequence of orirgiviiigOBcr_1 _^attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of dress and: fancy goods, we can guarantee onr prices and styles .to be fliejnpstiaverabie in the market. . IN LINJBN _GOOpS, _wft are able to give perfect satiafaction, being ihe Oldest j&s tablished Zinen Store in the city, and having been; for more than twenty years regular importers from some-of tj-ebest manufacturers in Ireland. We offer, also, a large stock of FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, of the best qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowest prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, ¦ Tickings, Damask Table Cloths, and Napkins, Towellings, Diapers, Huckabacks,, Table and Piano CoversDamasks and Moxeans,...

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

J» O O F_'-I IT G . WILLIAM JOHNSON, (Late _Baieb & Johnson,) Sole Mannfikctnrer and Dealer in the following three distinct kinds of Roofing: ;: , •-. ' 1st. Gum Elastic Cement, Pelt and Canvas Boofing. 2d. Improved Felt, Cement and Gravel Hoofing. " 8d. Patent English.Asphaltive Felt Eooflng. t All Mre and Water Proof, and Warranted. Koofing Material, for sale, with printed instructions for nsing. £3J~ Office at. Bates & Johnson' s old stand, T5 _Smlthfleld Street, Pittsburgh. Pa. N. B-—This _GTJM CBMDEKT is nnetinalled as a paint for Metal Boofs, lasting.twice as long, and cheaper than common paint: also as a paint to prevent daihpness'in Brick Walls. •: dec3-ly WM. JOHNSON.

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

-**_T>- CLOTHING, ON THE CASII SYSTEM—the only system that enables us to sell Goods cheap these unsettled times. "Cash is our motto; and under that plan we are now prepared to offer a fine stock of If ALL AND WINTER CLOTHS, _CASSIMBRJS8, TESTINGSand OVER-COATINGS; b_^ght with Cash, which enables us to offer goods at th _' e lowest possible price Also, & Vine Stock of Gentlemen's Burnishing Goods, of the Latest Styles, always kept on hand.'- ¦ ' • '¦ :, ._',.,- ¦ H. ' SMITH, Merchant Taylor, marK-ir No..84 Wyllo Street, _Plttstargli.

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

_ttPRINfi STYLES FOR Grentleaaieii_'s G-aJrineiits, In great variety; embracing in pact, a large and well selected stock of Fancy French and English CASS1MERES AND COATINGS, Together with ' as fine an assortment of Black' and Colored CLOTHS AND _^^ TESTINGS, asf the manufactories of. Europe can produce, which are adapted to ' the wants of gentlemen of taste, who appreciate style and quality in clothing. _SAMTTEL GRAY & SON, marlfr-1 v No. 1P Pifth St.. _PiHshnreh.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

jfor toe _Presbyterian Banner. , lite Jasihfni Minister. Di&r; B^— _±"i— I am obliged to you for your* oomplinientary acknowled gment of my _former * letter) and am enePuraged ,thereby; to send-you another, which, although on a le* important topic, may, perhaps , not be%holfy void_'_pf use to a young minister , especially one of your nervous) temperamont. _- ¦¦ •- • i _^ Was it 'Cbwper, or was it some other mctUj of _hetot f ar id1 humanity, that said, "I pifiy bashM men Vf Without diso * wning a _compassion equally comprehensive , I will _restrict myself_^witMri the modest limits of avarring_^ that I jity _baanfal ministers. I do know 1 some; of this character ; not a very laj.'ger njttmber _, however, and not very conspicuous persons. How they have failed to-get this unattractive peculiarity discharged from their constitutions, in the _progress of their scholastic training, is a qt.68tioa ' tbAt'h4_s often ¦ puzzled me. That a certain refinement of manners, such, as sp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

_EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENCE Tax Prince Consort's F_^nerai_^-Ths Mourners and the Sebvice~The Favorite Htsik-—The Father and the Sow — Jcnkral Sermons anb Texts — National Sobkow—Wrbaths on fax Coffin—A _Visu 10 _Nobthampjosshibk —Its Bbugiotjs Tbaditions—Doddbidoe and his ChapeU — Colokel Gardiner and bis Pen — Ketterino and its Memories—Carsy and Fbllbr—Touer and Robert Hall —PounoAt _evbkis is NoaiHAstPfONSHiitE—The Cmt, "WiSr-rBiXXIX OF NA83BBT AM> ITS _ISSWKS. LONDON, Dec. 28,1861. The Prince Oonsobt's _Ixinjskal took place on Monday last. Both on that day and the Lord's day immediately preceding it, the whole nation had Its thoughts concentrated, as it were, on an event not only sad, bat emphatically solemnizing. It was so beyond any public events in modern times—save first, the death of the Princess Charlotte, in 1817, when there was an outburst of national distress almost, border ing on despair j and again, the death and funeral of the Duke of Wellington, _^when a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

Lord Bacon on Atheism. FROM CAETER' S LATE VOLUME OF HIS _. < _-' .,> * -_^_MSIBLE THOUGHTS." "The fool hath said an'hft-Heart, there"is'no God.5 '—Ps. liii: 1. - 1 First, it is to be noted that Scripture saith , " The fool hath said in »his heart ," and not thought in his heart ; that is to say, le doth not so fully think it in judgment, as he hath agood will to be of that belief ; for seeing it makes not for Mm that there should be a God, he dotb seek by allimeans accordingly to persuade and resolye iimself_, and studies to affirm, prove, and verify it * to himself as some theme or position ; all which labor, notwithstariding that sparkle of our creation - light, • whereby men acknowledge a Deity, burneth still within; and .in vain doth he strive; utterly to alienr ate it or put it out; so that it is out of the corruption; of his heart and will, and riot out of the natural' apprehension of' Ms brain: and _^conceit, that he doth set down his -opinion, as the comic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

' The Epistle to the Corinthians. It was written, you remember, from that delightful5 and populous city planted by the Ionian colony on the hills overlooking " the Asian meadows," along the CaySter. In this, city, of Ephesus, important and peculiar, partly Greek but still more Oriental in its manners and spirit, the metropolis of a province, • and with a commerce that drew to its-wharves the representatives of all nations, in which schools of philosophy iseem so much to have abounded that one of them was opened to Paul for Ms labors, yet in which the Eastern superstitions and magic darkly and haughtily confronted philoso phy, andr stili had a power which they had not,either at Athens or at Rome—in this city, the remains of whose magnificent theatre yet strew the ground in colossal confusion, and above which then shone in splendid beauty the Temple of Diana, whose? graceful colonades first revealed the full-beauty of the Ionic style,- _, and..whose columns of Jasper still _perpet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

i wood Hearer. We often read about yood preachers , and-I we wish there were hundreds of them ' where there is now but one. But we are _^ disposed to think that good hearers do much to make gogd preachers. Ministers ' often find that they can preach far better to some hearers than they can to others_, j This shows that hearers have, an effect on .preachers, as well as preachers on hearers. I propose to' characterize a good hearer. • 1. He comes to the house of God with a desire to be instructed and profited by the Word preached. Do not many attend church without any_^ueh,desire ?t B _li the good hearer has an bbjdct in view in visiiing the sanctury—h_£ wishes to increase iri Divine knowledge and grace. 2. That he maybe profifctedby what he hears, he humbly asks &od to make Ms heart like the good ground , which brings forth a hundred-fold when the good eeed is g own.-upQn-ifo ' He'that prays well Before going to church, will be likely to hear wel when he gets there. 3. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

Shut lour Montn. George Catlin, the traveller among the American Indians,,has1 recently published a book, the object p i* which is, to inculcate the importance to health of'keeping the mouth shut. He says that the Indians are very, careful in observing this rule. Old squaws shut the mouths of their pappooses while the little ones lie sleeping, and thus get them in the habit of always keeping them closed while in sleep. Mr. Catlin contends _^hat very many of our diseases, and ;the facility ot taking contagions, are induced by our practice of keeping open the mouth in sleep. Though, like most men who have got hold of a theory founded on a few leading facts, he has carried Ms notion to a somewhat absurd extreme, the Indian_^ traveller's advice is worthy of con- Now, from a much larger induction 01 facts, I would boldly say that keeping the mouth shut, as a measure of morality, will save us many vexations and quarrels, and any quantity of unhappiness. When any one is inclined to say...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

Ciiivin and Plato. As to Calvinism, which is a common butt for every frivolous wit, every vain worldling, every hard-faced economist and every fastidious prig—-this mueh-abused Calvinism, whatever harm it may do to weak* wits and delicate _^ sensibilities, certainly never has stood, and never can stand, between the Scottish mind and the lofty philosophy of Hatd; There1 is, on the contrary, a- _certaiin high kinship and brotherhood between ' the Genevan interpreter of Divine decrees and the Athenian expounder of Divine ideas , _vwhich fully justifies the significant conjunc-, itioriiti which Scottish _theblogy aridPlatoriie philosbphy are placed in the directioriof the Book 'of Discipline. The vulgar ideas entertainedabout Plato, thatheisia "transcendental dreamer," and so forth , will not certainly go far to establish this kinship; for though Calvin might be " transcendental" enough —as, _indeed/all questions about Divine decreesnecessarily must be—he certainly was nothing of a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

Utterences of Jesus_^ on th|_Jross.,K _-_^ 'Dr.'Stier, in Ms admirable, but prolix commentary on * the " Words of Jesus," shows _,what a depth of meaning is hid in the Saviour's teachings , revealed only to those who with humble prayer seek to understand them. Their riches can never be exhausted; and the Christian world needs to study them with _^ an insight quickened by a deep spirituality. One of our exchanges groups together the utterances of le Saviour on the cross , with brief com-.ments : , 1. " Father , forgive them, for they know not what they do." 2. "To-day thou shalt be with me in J a.rn._rlififi._" 3. " Woman, behold thy son. * * Behold thy mother." . 4. « I'thirst." 5. " My God, why hast thou forsaken me?" 1 6. It is-finished." 7. " Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit." You will notice that the relationshi p is recognized in the first cry and the last. When the wrath-bearing hour commences it is " My God, My God," but directly he says, "It is finished." The a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

[Original.] True Goodness Shines in Secret Devotion When the eyes of thy God are upon _fhee, And all fellow-creatures afar, With devotion 's bright halo around thee _. Thy goodness shall shine like a star. When,, shut In thy closet at evening, Thou _jjourest thy soul forth in prayer, Inditing thy simple petition, ' Wh«n none but thy Maker : _ias therei. When thou breathest thy morning petition, Low trembling upon the still air, Although in a lone situation1 ,; Thy J_^lfr inoiineth ;nia ear. • When thou tunest th y harp in the morning, In praise to thy Maker above, The ohoir of heaven's bright minstrels • Will joih in the bhorns of love; _!?he chorus of love to their Maker, And praise to our Saviour, the Lamb; O ! who would not love our Saviour, And firmly believe in his name. And should the grim messenger warn thee To turn from the earth and her charms j '._?hy _Fathelr will gladly receive thee, , Thy Saviour will open his arms. There the cherubic hosts shall applaud thee, Thy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

Spiritual Depression. Bodily, exercise and recreation are often _$ie only_^rbniedy for spiritual depjressibn. _^Goilias'beeri pleased to lay down certain ; rules1 for _*heigovernnient of the'world, and it those wJhpiare_^peQuliarlyjlil_^tpeQple should be allowed to Violate these rules , then we would be haying two kinds of government, one for the sinner/_anifethe Other for the _*samt! Hence it _%T tnat_*for tireligiotts man ;to violate the ruto ofi health- will bring on him_,Vas it >_wpujidjbr|ng on, any o_^_er, _sevei# -iudgments, ' Hugh _Jtpkr is an illustration %_f ia£ In _auchj _epes the physician js as impoiUn¥mK iSi$0t'hs the _clergymen _.

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