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

Prom the Sonth. Latest.—Ex-Presideiat Tyler died at Eichmond on Friday night, after a _rery brief illness. Wiimington, N. C, Jan. 18. ~A letter received here from a reliable 'source at Newbuirn, dated 17thsays that forty-three Federal vessels are at Hatteras. • * An official dispatch received at Wilmington on the 19th, from Goldsboro' on the 16th, says that 34 small steamers and 16 sail vessels were inside, and 7 large steamers outside, of Hatteras. More are reported in Pamlico Sound. The above may be relied on, as it comes from an officer in Hyde County. .:. ¦ *;. ' __ A law was recently passed by Congress prohibiting the publication of war news in the newspapers. ¦¦ • :: ;; -- ' '- ' ' -' ' ¦ ¦•• ' ; ' "" ; ' ¦¦*

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

Pennsylvania legislature. The Legislature has not yet got fairly into the passing of bills. Many are proposed. There is a little too much partyism for the public good, at such a time as this. Loyalty is, however, strongly exhibited. Henry D. Moore has been _rejected State Treasurer. ; ; ; ( A proposition is before both Houses, and likely to prevail, to appoint a Committee to investigate the means by which the bill of last session commuting the Tonnage Tax on the Pennsylva nia Railroad, and some other bills, was carried. Corruption is alledged.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

f he ReM Riot in Baltimore, The Baltimore Patriot states that during the three days' reign of\_secesh, in April last, the nice little sum of $98,00.0 of the people's money mysteriously disappeared. Some strange developments have just come to light on the subject, which in all probability would never have been known had the secessionists succeeded in holding the reins of the municipal government.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

ERESBYTERIAL NOTICES The PRESBYTERY OF _SUSQUEHANNA will (D. V.,) hold its next stated meeting in Troy, Pa., on tbe last Tuesday (28th) of January, at 6_jZp. M. JULIUS IOBTER, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF WINNEBAGO will meet at Cambria, Win., on Thursday, January 30th, 1862j, at T o'clock P. M. H. M. ROBERTSON, Stated Clerk.

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

; Hednetion of Araif IMpeiisei. f The _>pay of officers in the army is now so Q _ueh_^ir_^inonth, so mac1i»Wr Tatibns, ;se_^yan|s_, ic. There Is a proposition before the Sen- ate to modify the matter. The wages, if the Senate bill passes both houses, ¦will be as follows, monthly: Fresent _Proposed pay. pay. Major General $469.00 $300 Brigadier General 323.50 240 Colonel 218.00 200 Lieutenant-Coloaal 194.00 180 Major 176.00 150 Captain 118.50 120 First Lieutenant. 108.50 100 Second Lieutenant 103.50 80 Surgeon General... 228.33 200 Surgeons, ten years' service... 223.00 180 Surgeons, less than ten years... 181.00 150 Surgeons, five years' service... 137.00 120 Surgeons, less than five years... 120.00 . 100 Paymaster General........;. 228.33 200 Deputy Paymaster General..... 211.00 180 Paymaster .......;....... 187.00 150 Chaplain....... — , 80 All military storekeepers.! — 120

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 25 January 1862

66 if1HEY_6O Rl6HT TO Ta_« *¦*• spot-'* jj_*ii*NT BELIEF STOP YOUB COUGH ! PTJEIFy YOUB BBEATH! , iTftENfiTHEN YOUR VOICE! CONFECTIONS /'are GOOD FOB CLEKG-XMEN, r GOOD FOBJLECTUREBS, GOOD5 FOB?PUBLIC SPEAKEES , G? OdD F(OB _SINGEBS, GOOD_'_FOB ' CONSUMPTIVES -GENTLEMEN CARXY StATJSrtfTG'S # ' > t LADIES ,AiB>ELI_^HTED WITH iff-«> < It THROAT CONFECTIONS CHILDREN CRT FOB i SPAaiDING'S _iptom _cotwfcfto«8_* • fhey relieve-a Cough instantly. ' .r • Fhey ' clear tEe'Throat. f ? They give strength and volume to the voice. They impart a _^_delicionsiaroma to the breath. i They are delightful to the taste. They are'inadeiof simple herbB and-cannot harm t any one. ' ¦ ) ' _, I advise every one _waolMB i a _- _tkragVor « Husky _Toice orja Bad Breath, _, or j»ny difficulty of the Throat, to ge a package of my Throat _' _Confections " ; ' they will reUeve you instantly,andy - ou_' -idUigreewith me that!"they go right to-thogpot. '_. . Ton-will...

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

JT _' he Two Sides ' of a' Littlc;Girl. - One* morning - when Fanny Mead went into'the breakfast-room, the first thing she sawVas the sugar-bowl broken on'ihe floor, andt the sugar spilled around. As, sugarbowls are rarely so foolish a_# to break themselves,' she 'looked round to see who did it. A small footiwas in gi ghfrfrom under the sola. " Josey," said Fanny, "WBat are you hiding there1 for ? " "'Cause/' answered ^"osey_, creeping out Wj ith _, at .frightened, look. " ,How came mother's'sugar-bowl broken ?" asked-Fanny,- scraping the sugar up. , " What will mother say ? " {l {Ph,e old cat_^is a horrid thief,"' said _Josey 5_, it is high time she was , killed.". ,"Must ,poor puss bear the blamet of this ?" asked .Fanny, , gravely. " She's ugly enough," cried Josey. "Was it her God saw ? " asked his sister. The little boy did not quite dare to say it was, therefore he began to ' cry1 .' " Come, Josey, come and tell mother the'truth' about it. God loves'the truth." "Don't'know...

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

_IjjoI "JKwes_. _^ ¦ _Ij _ffi ' i 'A- i " _ij Vp ' *, • ¦¦ ' NEW BOOKS ' are not numerous, the times not being propitious for their sale. Some of the publishers have new _vrorks printed and bound, but are _holding them back for a more favorable s_^a_^O|t. Still there are a few houses _toat iissw a new _^ _atofr vakabl_(_£ bcTofe-feTety now and then. Among these are the Harpers, Charles Soribner, and the : _g arters, iim| New-York_, and _Tieknor & Fields, Gould & Lincoln, and Brown & Taggard, In Boston. The American Tract _g_^_jjgl_^cjg e_0_ClifTg> itself foVpe . niostjpart to reprints; and the Presbyterian Board of Publication has notified " authors to retain manuscripts _prepared for it, until the circumstances of the Churc _j§id_%e\c§untry will justify new publications. THE EXILES OF MADEIRA. By Rev. W. _X. Blackburn. 12mo., pp. 216, Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication. Pittsburgh : Board of Golportage_, Hand Street. This is a compen&...

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

Railway from Smyrna to _Ephesus. CAMEL COMPETITION ' PREVENTED ! Among the railway Teports which are found in the English .papers, none strikes the reader with more profound astonishment than that which is<headedr Ottoman, or Smyrna to Aden. This line, extending from Smyrna into the interior, and .designed to bring into that city a vast amount of produce now transported wholly by . camels, reaches some thirty-Beven miles, and is doing a fair business in the way of freight. At a meeting of the'company, held in London, on Nov. 27, the Chairman,Sir "Macdonald Stephenson, announced that in about a month the line .would be extended ten miles,' and afterward ten -more, making fifty in all, this last ten being an 'deviation' from the original line,l by which they would reach no less im ' _portaritTa p _alace than Ephesus. The cool business way of talking the thing over is refreshinWto men of sentiment. Not a word _aSout Diana, or any other goddess of ancient times; nothing on th...

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

_llricilPal Planting Apple-Trees. Never before have app le-trees been so extensively planted as during the past Autumn. FaTmeTS are beg inning to realize that raising good fruit is a " profitable business. The apple crop the past season was not as large as in 1860, but the prices, notwithstanding the high rates of freight, have been good, and it is said that the fruit growers have realized' as much profit from their crop as in the previous more plentiful year. We hear of cases where four hundred dollars' an, , acre has been paid for Baldwin apple ' s _orT the trees—the buyer to gather the fruit. An1 intelligent fariher, a few days since, told us that he was going to plant one thousand Baldwin le-treesand remarked _^ app , that his only regret was that he had not' done* so ten years1 ago. He had no _^doubt that this and other Winter varieties wiir always command a fair price. Even if they do-not, he thought " it would pay to grow them to feed cattle and hogs " The'varieties p...

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

Lelterf from Beaufort, _S. C. . : !\Ve have before us a letter from a member of . thell Roundhead " regiment, P.V V., under date of December 28th. It is submit-,tedt to us for the purpose of .publishing such. parts, as may have a general interest. . After;an introduction, the writer says: " Well, our six. -weeks ' soldiering/, near Washington, on Kalarama Hill, was a splendid time. We drilled and practised targetr-shoo&ig till we ' were considered aboot _thej)_6st r_^g ignjit _*_&<_$&& vicinity of Washington j and were _,not only the subject of remark, as-being ' welldrilled/ but what #as still _^better, as * being the most _g _eivil _fanct religious set bf men in the ser-* yipe. While therewe held regimental , prayfer-meeting nearly eyery evening, and in. most ofithercompaniea , eoaipany worship in the_^or_^i hj^; ; Owing to the stateof the " air and _feather "here now, regimental prayer-meejkings are not held, and in many of the companies...

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

VARIETIES Napoleon III. has purchased of Prince Demidoff, for 1,500,000 francs, the Napoleon Museum of the Isle of Elba. The Paupers Of Paris aTe greatly increasing in numbers. There were 70,000_»in 1859,91,000 in 1860, and 106,000 in 1861. The Restorations in Paris during the past two years have cost three million francs. During the last eight years twenty-three ancient churches have been repaired, twenty-two others decorated with statues, paintings and stained glass, and several additions have been made to old churches- A grant of three million francs has been voted for similar purposes for 1862._^ A Papal Crime.—The Papal police are busy at Rome. The week before last they arrested-two men employed on the railway. When the prisoners asked of what crime they were guilty, they were told : " Guilty of changing their lod gings without telling the police." The Pope is raising a small revenue in Spain by prolonging a bull which permits Spaniards to eat meat on fast days (certain...

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

»J_?A .RRANT>S Effeirvescent 0e&' ®%®& ' * &&&&&&&& This valuable and popular Medicine has universally received the most favorablo recommendations of the Medical Profession and,the,public as the most efB-. cient aria agreeable " \ Saline; Aperient- , It may be used with the best effeotin . BILIOUS AND PEBRBCB DISEASES, . COSTIVENESS, SICK HEADACHE, NAUSEA LOSS OF APPETITE. INDIGESTION, ACIDITY -OI1 * THE, STOMACH, TORPIDITY O_^H_» UCVKB GOUT, 'RHEUMATIC APPBCTIONS, GRAVEL, PILES, AND ALT, C0MPLA1HT8 WHERE A.,Gentle, and Coo _M_^$_Pgffik4« . P _. upgatiTe .is It is particularly adapted to the wants of Travelers by Sea _MiW _^"11_^ Hot Climates, Persons orj3edontery Habits, Invalids _andiConvalescents;' Captains of _VtSssels and Chests * valuable-action _tatheirMedicine Jt 18 in J_*° _*rm £f * _*™der ' «*efully put up in bottles, to , . keep in any climate, and merely requires -water ' poured up...

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

T'lJ'_- _' S T P-UBL I SH E-D - Presbyterian Board1 'of Publication, No. '821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia; SIX NEW BOOKS AND THE ALMANAC FOR 1862. THE EXILES OP MADEIRA. By the Rev. W M. Blackburn, EriePa. Small 12mo., pp. 216. Price 50 cents. _Postage 10 cents. The wort? of fthe _Gospel iiLf M_«_aM_>_i.!froin 1838-_^1850, has been called " the greatest fact of modern mission*.' Its history shows -what _Romamats_, can do, and what Biblereaders can suffer in the nineteenth century. _tfHE PRESBYTERIAN ALMANAC _*Ott 1S62. Illustrated. Price 6 cents, or_,$l per hundred. t _Postage 1 cent. , FOR THE YOUNG. A MTJCMUBOOK FOR L1MLE FOLKS ABOUT THE BOOK OF BOOKS. 18mo. Two Illustrations. Pp. 72. ' Price 15 cents. _Postage 3 cents.' THE LITTLE _^EOWJI BIBLE. By the Author of " Mary, Humphrey," " Walter Stockton" &c. 18mo " . Two TJlnsitrations. Pp. 179. Price 25 and 30 cento. Postage 6' cents. 'A very interesting volume. ' ' ' ' ELLBB'S SCRAP-BOOK. 18mo.i Two Illustration...

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

_NO_^S Mil STREW, NCT-TOiIk: thai MJSSSS&Wfr" * «*• The Uprising of a Great People. THE TOUTED STATES IN 1861. book, the moral warmth _w_£ich f_^JX_^_y _Tjurns)-take8 JKS_^gSSiRfflss's logic, and its n_^_leness of _Dur_^_ose.; think8 - that _^J5«_fiMS_^.^^S_^B could not he' more apt to the time than it is." f Swill also _publiBh on sameday . , C.. , _^ LIFEOFGENERXL _WINflELt) $CQTT,t , By J. T. Headley. With a fine Portrait on Steel. l_£ol_? 3 12mo. 75 cents. _sMISilpP _rlwTin which ft»n. Hcotrlw b_^n «ng»gert _ _^

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

Morning Thoughts for, a Little Child. Night1 is over ' ; light is1 streaming—Through my window-pane 'tis come; And the sun's bright rays are beaming On my own dear happy home. God_^has watched me through th6 nighfej God it is who sends us light. Night is over ; some poor children Have been homeless1 , sleepless, ill; God has let me rest so sweetly 'In' mychatdber_/waVm and still. Lord, X thank thee for * thy love; Raise my morning thoughts above. Night is over; Heavenly Father, _, r I ; WiOuld_,bejnd my knees and,pray; Help my weakness, guide me safely, > Watch and _keepime all the day. Take 'away my love _df! sin ; Let thy, Spirit i-ule within.

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

J» EADING FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Camp Library. THE1 A«'R'ieAN THACT-SOCIETY, 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Library, consisting of TWENTYPIVE VOLUMES, 18mo., inclosed m a box, at the low price of 53.0 ; among which are _^_Qoneral HaVelock," "Capt. Hedley Vicars" _*Capt. Hammond," "T&- Blue Blag," " Yonng ftDin from Home." Packages of 3,000 paces of select Tracts, at $2.00, are put up to accompany thO( Library, when desired. THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumesin flexible covers' containing the Soldier's Text-book, Soldier's Hymns, 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 Pennsylvaniaaa well as others. The Mends ot 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 mos...

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

Churning in Winter. _. ' You''cannot get _Gutter outu of _^nilk 'if ttiere'is none an i_£ ' _^efe'd "th" e _< c'dws weiHf and'thiis 'secure good milk,1 and'there _ikn'ot " _n_?uch trouble in churning even4n Winter.' Keep the cream* 'in a_^warm rodm till itT turns' 1 somewhat Jsour.' - "Let the Churn be ' scalded before putting1 in the > cream,' so. thatTt.wiir'beiwell'slre_'_atedJ through and r iot _dooLthe cream. < Let ithe-cream!be at a tern!- -) perature of 65 to 7.0°, " and(thfereiwill.notbe much difficulty in making the butter come.!- We see it statedithatiiff'a little- _renuetds added to the cream just>beforeichurvning,it} will help?materially., jWe think"thjs quitei likely, as it would/ help to generate lactic _apid. But do notjput in too much.—T Genespe_^ JFarmer. , , ; r i n

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

_,_W£ INVITE THE._ATTENTION( OF _T the public to the PHILADELPHIA',, . *t _, Housekeeping Dry ;Goods .r Store. - Where may be found a large-assortment* of'allkinds_'of Dry Goods, required in furnishing a house,' thus,|saving th trouble usually _experienced in hunting such articlesin various places. _Iii consequence of our giving our' attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of dress and fancy goods, we can guarantee our prices and styles to be the most fayexable in the market. _v IN LINEN GOODS, we * are'able to give perfect satisfaction, being the OldesPJEstablished Linen Store in the city, and having been for more; thatfetwenty 'years regular importers from some of tv i best niftivdiacturera in Ireland. We offer, also, a large stock of _v_> _^ FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, of the best qualities to be obtained, and _afthe very lowest prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Tickings, Damask Table Clothsand Napkins, TowellingsDiapers, Huckabacks, Table and Piano CoversDa...

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

JOHN A, RENSHAW, ,;_K > Family Grocer and Tea Dealer, Takes _pleasure'in* announcing toJ his 1 friends' and 'custom * that he has recently removed to the new and spacious w house, Corner of Liberty and Hand'Streets, ' (Jcfew doors above his old sland,) ' And having largely increased his stock by recent purch ' _^ now offer*, to the public the most extensive and complete < _sortment to be found in this city, of CHOICE1 FAMILY GROCERIES,-Poreign and Domestic Fruits, Teas, Spices,' Pibkles 'and' Sauces , Preserved Fruits in great variety, _Sish, Hams, Dried BeefAc, besides an assortment of Domestic Housekeeping articles; thus constituting a Housekeeper's Emponum, where most all articles that are useful or necessary for tuek Family all may be purchased at reasonable prices. ' *' 4©- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.-_®ft Catalogues containing an extended list of my stack fur msbed by mail, if desired. JOHN'A' . RENSHAW, ap7-ly Cnr. _Mbnrty atid Hand _Ste . Pittsburgh. ,

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