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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

THE BOAKB OF GOLPORTAG_* . . tenders tb& 'numerous K_*_dors of the Sanner their thanks for the frequent calls their Book Store receives .from them, and would again rospectfolly invite tliemsHll to visit us. W,e haye _^ a carefBlly selected. Btock pfi;HOLIDAX BOOKS, _witn numerous Illustimtlons. * They _cdntilh mbi»l and. religions stories, and historical incidents well calculated to entertain the young; embracing The Life of Christ and His Miracles, THe-Acfitof the Apostles ' , Sunset on the Hebrew Mountains, Buy My Oranges, _Sirl_^_ic. We seleet from Car r ter, Nelson, Martieri,. $' .&. Union, 'American Tract Society, Presbyterian Board, aM dth¥rs. _^ r . ; dee21-tf ¦> ' ¦ JUST P U B I* I S H E D BY THE Presbyter ian Board of _Publieatioa _, No. 82! Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, SIX NEW BOOKS AND TEE ALMANAC FORimi. THE EXILES OF _StADEIRA. By the Rev. W. M. Blackburn, Erie, _Bal Small 12mo,,pp. 218. Price 80 cents_. _Postage 10 cents. . The work of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

FITT _SBTJRGHFEMAIiE COMdEGETHIRTEEN TEACHERS. . BiiildliiRS, teachers, and course of study, of tho first class. Superior fecilitieB afforded in the Ornamental branches. Attendance last year, two hundred and thirty-seven. Three terms per._jrear. - .-¦'. -..-. ¦¦- . J"0_RTY DOLLARS par term, pays for boarding, light, room-rent, and use of ffltniture. _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. C. PERSBSNG, A. M., for a catalogue. M. SIMPSON, augXl-ly President of Board of Trustees.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

ifMRftf _* _^J'p ¦ _: ¦'•" - • ::; -*¦ _" This Carbon Oil, manufactured by. the Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company, is entirely free from offensive odor, is unsurpassed in'the brilliancy of light it affords, and will not explode. Consumers should always ask for NATRON A-OIL., both on account of. quality and cheapness. -• < All orders or letters of _Inquiry addressed? to GEORGE flALH0UN,_»o. 24 _WoodjBtreet, _Pittsbnrgn, wJU be promptiyanswered. ., ' '_. '- . ' dec21-lj* !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

PRESBITEEIAL NOTICES The _PRESBYTBKY OBSI7_SQT7JSHANNA will <». T_, hold its next stated meeting; in Troy, Pa., on the lost Tuesday (28th) of January_^ at 6V_£ P. M; r JOLIDS IOSTBR, Stated _Olwlk. The _PRESBYTEkr OF WINNBBAffO will meet at On>- bria, Wis,, on _Thnrsday, January 30th, 1862, at 7 o'clccfc P. M. H.M. ROBERTSON, Stated Olwk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

_T%rORTH SEW1CKL_.EY ACADEMY, ¦ _^ BEAVER COUNTY, PA. Session ODen the The Winter Session of this Institution will open on First Wednesday of November. REV. H. WEBBER, Vprincinals REV. SAMUEL , _| Frlncl Pals _- nov4-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

66 ilfHE _IT GO RlftBLT TO TU_^ _INSTANT BELIEF! ¦J < * stop _irdtnk cough » PTJEEF_^ Y6fe& BREATH! mimwm your s _, 5 ' _* a Z • ct_> _KFECtIONS , _^ _' AEE i GrOOD FOR CLERaYMEN, GOOD _lOB_, liECTUBBRS, GOOD TOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS, ' j _Wtil) lt)R SINGERS, GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES. _» _. i _, ¦ • _Gentlemen CABaY V I , t e _, SBAJLIDIN'&'S _. 1 , 1 * THROAT _GONFECTtONS. . ' j . 1' _, ' ; !• . ' t iiADIES_^ARE _^ DEL_^HTBP WITH _SiFAIteiH_^^r_^S ( .111' " T . ' •¦v _^J._^-l : . • f. _< " . '_» _> - ,'_< - . i»4 ix f t 1 juJw 1 1 j __ i , , THROAT CONFECTIONS. if _n - > _, ,v _^_i - '' . * *.m 1 "i" 1 r' i l ° „ ( _CHiLDBEN_,pBy _JtpR , £ / < t * *» _v 77 1 . * _i \tr.mr _-) (_i>< - J' • _jrumt _$M&aoam* "* 'h_, - ; if . ! « Fheyfrelieve a Congh instantly. .L : a f/.n'i They clear the Throat. _M, . . _. _, i Ehey _giye strength? and volume, to|the voice. J ! ' ' rhey _impWre! a'_^eHa6_^aif...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

HHHaTHi _«_IMHMECESSIf ]PF0fPRE-« '¦»« «MNG fHE U«10N. ! '_" Is * tlie * warv a necessity ? If so, let it be waged to a proper conclusion. If not so, let peace be sought by yielding. That ifc is a necessity, is proved very convincingl y by Dr. _B._iul IBAfebKiNBiiBQEj -in the Deoember number of the Danville Quarterly Review. We give'art extract: • • " There are consideration's of ¦various kinds, and of the iffljostsdecisive force, which-Te a _j der_.itiinpossible for peace to be restored1 to the country, except upon the _doldMotPdf a1 single "National _^roVernment_^ co * mnT6rii# td! 'the1 _^_hiSle"' Anferlcah plbple and embracing 'every1 loyal anli_'every Revolted State. As, a question of national strength in the presence of all foreign nations—and therefore of national independence_^" tas>*jfc ,questionJ W'^permanent national life,struggling,against anarchy in the form of secession; as a question of law, and government, and constitutional freedom, measuring its strength...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

"Yet,a Little While." u The inhbiSitants khdll no " more say lam side.'' \ Happy, nappy prospect. Ye who are now * laid on beds of languishing and pain_^tlisten to this. ' Now, as the shadows of each returning evening begin to fall, you may have nothing but gloomy anticipations.1 The morrow's light, which brings health1 arid _joy to a busy world, may bring nothing to you but fresh prostration and anguish. Sabbath comes round, but its once joyous' bells ring only in your' ears .the memory 'of forfeited joys—the lonely [ bird1 , still pining in its earthly cage,, wailing,, in muffled notes, " O,.that I could flee taway from this weary prison-house of _v sorrpw and pain, and be at_/est!" - Yes! but that rest is at hand. < Soon will you mount as on eagle's1 wings to these golden gates. . Pilgrims, now oft pacing along wilderness-path with bleeding feet and fevered brow, the thorny path will soon1 be over. No more pain to1 harrass you. No more " archers " to wound you. No more...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

_^TP tlt_^_rNG OF A'GFREAT PEOiPllE. -GHAELES-SORIBNER, _^ WO. 124 GRAND STREET, NEW-TORRi T ', , _, Will publish _jin a few days r_« •> _„ _, THIS_^EMARKABLE FRENCH _BpOK. _.TheJUprising..of a Great People. _> THE UNITED STATES! INi 1861. By Count de _Gasparin. 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 _timfes into an eloquence' which fairly burns)—takes its power from the weight 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 Evening Pott says: "It is +he wisest book which has been written Upon 'America since Be Tocqueville. * * * JUmarkable for its intelligence, its insight, its logic, and its nobleness of, purpose. " From tnetNew-York Tribune: "_Theianthor thinks fliat we a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

. ; ">,.._a>.. ,,: —w. .... ... . m> ft&v* Discovery of the .Telescope and Pendulum. ' 2 It see_^nis ' ' scarc _' ljrf_^cr_^Mllle 'tlial _Ijiaf'isjsnderful, _iarrSjsemg^/_iQsliume p_^ _whieT|s Drings the most distant worlds under our _curiojis ken, should have had its origin in children's play; yet so it is. The children of a spectacle-maker in Middleburg, 'were allowed at times, probably on* wet days, to play in their father's 'workshop. On one of these occasions _^ they we ' re amusing themselves with . some., spectacle-glasses, when one of them placed two together, one ' before the other, and _looked through' them at the wea!thercockJ on the neighbori_^g _'steeple. To 'th'e _' child's _astonishment_^_Mie ,vane appeared larger an_,d nearer-to it than ,when seen _^ through one _^g lass . only._ „ The, _father was called to see the sight, and struck with the singular faci_^ resolved to turn it to advantage. His ' .'first5 plin was to fix two glasses ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

_^Phe1 Interior of Africa. Africa _liaVbeen ' pVueiratea _Nortii, South, Eas_[if and W-eM, " _jto such an ex ' _teWthat the mysteries of _itsjnterior are giving * place to a definite Juip_^edge of the cpuVtry and its tribes * '' A\r it has lalterlyVeen opened 'it appears " to " be very rich in natural _resourdes. It has forests of the most desirable, durable " ' and_^Feiautifui1 woods -for dyeing, ship and cabinet purposes. Its _extensive plains furnish every tropical product in abundance—balsams, rice, sage, tobacco, make, indigo, and gums and spices ojf every kind. Coffee, sugar, cotton and palm oil are indigenous and easily raised, [t is rich in metals—iron, copper and gold have' been readily obtained. It _abounds with catlle and poultry, and ife waters _withT excellent fish—including oysters of superior flavor and size. _ -«- «• » <?».... «~- Iiarge regions of~it _* are'hi ghly fertilfand salubrious. Perhaps no more inviting land exists than that lying East of' Liberi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

mzmrnmc The Believer and His Icho. j Say, EehoTls not this _$he Gospel plan ?' j JEeh0.-~.ih9 _GoBpel plan.' j _JB.—MuBt I my faith in%esus constant show j By doing good to all, both friend and foe ? j _>_aA_^lr;<i a:#f^«_w_^_T_^fa"_v/'. ! B.—'But if a _brother hates, and treats me ill, Must I return him g_|_p d _,j and love Mm still 1 B. — Iiovehim _sull. JBl—If he myfailingsjjratchea _^ to _. _reYeal _^ . ,. , E.—As _^ carefully conceal. M—But if my name and character he tears, Anawlfen I sorrow and affliction, know, He loves to add unto my cup of woe; In this unoommon_,_thisj)eculiar case, Sweet Echo_«say, must I still loye and bless ? JE-—Still love and bless. jB.— Whatever _usagjTitfr' may receive, f ^|j_«g_^_S_$| e|to,_|_SMii#>g_§IMa &—Patient beand still forgive. . • ' rri i.r-A_'_zi;:_! B.—Why, Eoto, why is this! Thou'rt sure a dQve$?a«lA<t TM5MJ3_F_9X_9 Thy voice would teach me nothing else than love. H 11 '/ T'%~_N 9_^_Ml Ke rse _H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

Hiimming-Birds. How wonderful must be the mechanism which sets in motion and sustains for so lengthened a time, the vibratory movements of a humming-bird's wings! To me their action appears unlike anything of the kind I have ever seen before, and strongly reminds me' of a piece of a machinery acted _\ipon by a powerful spring. I have been particularly struck by this pe culiarity in the flight, as it was exactly the opposite of what I expected. The bird ¦does not usually glide through the air with the quick darting flig ht of a swallow or swift, but continues tremulously moving its wings while passing from flower to flower, or when taking a more distant flight over a high tree or across a river. When poised before any object, this action is so rapidly performed that it is impossible for the eye tto follow each stroke, and a hazy semi-cir'eie of indistinctness on each side of the bird is all that is perceptible. The wind produced by the wings of these little birds appears to be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

* The Blackbird. When a blackbird'once learns a tune, he never forgets it, nor any part of it. I once knew a bird that could sing " Polly Hopkins" with wonderful accuracy. His owner sold him, at the same time making the purchaser acquainted with the bird's favorite tune. As soon as the gentleman got him home, he at once hung up the blackbird, and going to the piano, struck up "Polly Hopkins." The bird's new master, however, introduced parts into the tune that he had never heard before; so, after listening awhile, he began hissing, fluttering his wings, and otherwise signi fying his distaste of,the, whole, performance. Much surprised, the gentleman left off playing, and then the_hlackbird opened his .throat, ;and favored his new master with his version' of " Polly Hopkins/' nor would he ever listen with patience to any other version. This same blackbird, after staying in the service of the above-mentioned gentleman for two years , was adopted by a serious family, where " Polly Ho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

_^pARRANT'S "Effer-vesceint ,j MQ i Si I This valuable and _popxilar MedicniP _'lasnmiToalH r_^civod the most favoi-aliic- r« o i>_men«_latii)i»- ni _thf.1 Mi ilical , Profession Hurt tini_'iiUh, .is ;hf lnua _«lh-1 ' ' ci _nt 13d i_,xriv s! _le Saline Ajperient. ' * ii _maj t>e used with the best effeot in ' BILIOUS AND _FEBKILT3 DISEASES, GOSTIVENESS, SICK HEADACHE, NAUSEA LOSS OF APPETITE. INDIGESTIONi ACIDITr OV THE STOMACH, TORPIDITY OF THE LTVEK, GOUT, <KHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS,' GRAV_^_lT,: PIliE3, AND/AH COMPLAINTS WHERE j , _, A Gentle and Cooling Aperient or Purgative Is Required. It is particularly adapted t« the wantB of Travelers by Sea and Land, Residents in Hot Climates, Persona: of Sedentery Hdtnto, . Invalids and Convalescents; Capuin_^ of _^easels and Planters will find it 'a valuable addition to their Medicine Chests ' ¦< It is in the form of a Powdericarefully put up in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

JB O O F I IT G . WIIiLIAM JOHNSON, (LateBams:* _Johsbon.) U Bole Manufacturer and Dealer in the following .three distinct kinds of Roofing: t 1st. "Gum "Elastic CementFelt and Canvas _Edonsg. 2d. Improved FeltCement and Gravel Roofing. ' 3d. Patent English Asphaltive Felt Rooftng.'' All 'Fire and Water Proqf, and Warranted, Roofing Material for sale, with printed instructions for using * ' ' • 4S> Office at Bates & Johnson's old stand, 7s Smlthfield Street, I'lttelrargh.Fa. ( N.B.—This GUM CEMENT is " unequalled as a paint for Metal _Roofe,' lasting twice a* long,1 and cheaper than cbmMbri paint'also as a paint to prevent dampness in _Brjpk Walls. " _WWt ' WM 'JOHNSON - f _arfsfoitahft ure_, OR PECTORAL TROCHES, _, For the _. inunediate Belief and certain Core of Coughs , Colds, Influenza, Asthma, Hoarsenest,, Wboopine Cough" CatarrhBronchitis, .Difficult Breathin«ASore Throaty _, Etc., Etc., Etc. BELIEF "k&EBAirTEp nr_,_TEN; MIinJTES, For Ministers, Public...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

_. The Xhic|go _Porlf//Trade. —The Chicago Tribune, of _JanuaryvSth, says : • 'During «hf e$ _past week the receipts of hogs,' live and_'_ejre_'ssed, amounted to 82,236, against 45!j?78_^ during the corresponding week in l|(?Va ' nd " l2, 6' 5o in; 1,860. TEe receipts during the! p, ast- ?week _, are the largest eveir °known in the history of our city. Th! to'tal ¦' ree'eipts since the commencement of the season foot * up _§8_V ,757 r—of _.whifihi230,00,0 have been packed, against 120,000 packed up to this date last Season. 'She * 'number of;hogs received at CincirinatPHhis season fdbts up 315,841—so that out season's packing,is crawling up quite close _^to; _Eorkopolis., At Louisville only. 80, 000s havse-been packed. , , _, 1 ~*~ Tr e-FSEtfT _POPULATION, _MECHAJTCCS, _TAKMEBS & "WOEKING MEK. Tdly filling up win poP ulatoon /- _rriHK attcntioa of the enterprising and industrious por- The State is rapi y _^^ _^^gmc c _^^ j_^ing I tem _oT tho community is directed to th...

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