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

rj_^ K A T e _' ,A ! ! ' ' , T E A 1 1 ,, , _, WHOLESALE AND _RETAIL. ¦ • 114 _^Smithfield Street, 'Pittslrarglr, _^ HAS'FOB. SALE A Clibice Selection OF ;'_^^S;A«PBtACK TEAS, *, RIO, iiAGUAYRA AND JAVA COFFEES; ' "NEWr 0R£EAN8 AND'RBFINEP SUGARS ;f - N. O. _MOLABSSs AND EXTRA HONEY SYRUPS With all Culinary _qtcpteras. „ '_, . _s • >aS" _Onlora by mall promptly attended* to, ana cuefull _fomra_^led. •• ' *. j t- _x . _> * janH-ti

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

Looking out for Slights. There are some people always looking out for slights. They cannot pay a visit, they cannot _receive ai_> friend, they cannot carry on' the daily intercourse of the family, without suspecting some offence is designed. They are as touchy as hair-trjgggra. Their amowr propre_, like < a porcupine,' is ever realdy to erect its quills. If they meet an acquaintance _jn the, street, wh' o happens ' to be preoccupied witn. business, they'itferibute hisr _abfea<3ti6h'to some _miP tive_1 personal: td_^_iheMsfeflves, and'»take-um= bragefaccotdmgly} ri T<hey lay on' others thT e " _faultr6f_> their, _owndrritaiftlity. - _~ Afifrof indigestion makes them see impertinence dn everybod y¦ ¦thfey">eome>in\contact with. ¦ • •», \'JnnoceW pe _' _rSonsi [ Who * _neTfe r dreainedof; giving offenee_1;:are! '0io_%_isii!$i _U findlsbffie_^miJ £_ox^]una_^ hity, Has been mistakeni_^or an. insult.- . .., ¦ * iif Tosay the'leas't_^t...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 February 1862

jja _lRTtfPEE st co.,i r; _;,; ~ _^ Cobi.br of _Fiesj; as» Shoet StueetSj _Pittsbueoh, Pa, 3I-iDufactnrora of Steam'Engines, Machinery, and Castings. Also, of STILLS, TANKS, and all other apparatus for refyitng Oils. t _p, T ocUB-ly PITTSBURGH •, -ifc rx*,-*;^1 *? _4d-w.3_c»^ A FIR8T-CLASS CURE, In its sixth year. Room for over orio hundred patients ' . _<4S_^Sond for Circular, to; 1 ~ • t . ' t,_, u _3L. _FMBASE,_JI. D.s , ' myM.v " PrttRhureh:_T> *

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

_^_PRING STYLES FOR G-eaxtlenxen_'s! _GrarinerLts, In great variety; embracing in part, a large and well selected stock of Fancy French and English CASSIMERES AND COAT1NCS, Together with as fine an assortment ol Black .and Colored CLOTHS ANDr VESTINGS, as the manufactories of Europe caa'prodnce, which,are adapted to the wants of gentlemen ot _taetn, who appreciate style and quality in clothing SAMUEL GBAY & SO** , •mariO-lv } *Jo 10 Tifth _St. P'ttBbnrarh.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_u v' ITJBttPBMipRISPONDlNCI. Ml.1 SbwIrd's 'RsPLt Xib <_BmiAS Abotbatiok—The Ek0M8H";TkSss' A'SD"~P6_ttitm Xibbhttr-Ak.Anxious : .I MORNliCQ_^_Hli A_^JOTFCLiBVENINtM-A _PEAYEE _USIOJT ANJ> IHX _TSANKSaiVlNO THERK—StAVEET AND GKKKRAL PHStPS " * —-Tim D'litt' JfEWS_^-TsB EaikcTio _Kevietv 'and its Bxpo-> -8TOS OF THE SOUIH—IKE GjB!_T£RaL« _COBHJEM WOE _PEATEE IS LoNDOS:—Subjects :_ot: _Daiit Featbe—(_Jhaiksian _ahd SpEAKEES—BITIEW OP '* ANSWSBB" 10 PEATBE—iBOTS' AND !: 0ibm' RxriJOBS— _SociaSCs and _SpiEiroAfc Kssultsh-Db. WltMAMB AND THE C0OE5' OF AeOHES—USIVSESAtlSM AND iKPiBBUir—Tm Bishop oV Oxford's "Peotaoe" ; _anb - -_*OTheANSW2E." f'V- -. r: ¦ .-'.:; • ¦ .«• ¦; '_':.. • _. .!.: LONDON, Jan. W_; 1862. The _Manlyj AiNB -Eind Oomphanoe of -Mr. Seward with the request of Lord Russell, awakened, two, evenings ago, a feeling of the most intense satisfaction arid thankfulne_^s'in London, and the intelligence flashed over Europe has lifted up trom off_^therhea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

¦ • ¦¦¦• ¦ • I?or the Presbyterian Banner. _^ f ROM THtSIAM MISSION. BankoKj _Siam, Npy«;4 ,1861. Deak -B&nnee :—The usual inquiry here at present among Americans is_^rr u When do you expect the Chow P'aya?'* The Ohow P_'ayais a small Siamese steamer, of about four hundred toes, running between this port land Singapoor,- and upon which we are * Almost wholly dependent for our mails. It takes her about five days to make the passages from one port to the other, a distance of about eight hundred miles, and she is seldom more than eighteen days in making the round trip. < Her arrival is looked for with intense anxiety. There never was a time when: Americans in this Eastern portion of• the globe manifested such an anxiety for home news. Merchants, missionaries, and seamen, manifest almost the same impatience when the steamer is 'delayed' beyond her usual time. By our last mail we! had American papers down to' August 8th* We generally get the war news through.1 Engl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

;;J_, ,fl' ''~ . ' _."Old'jimdrM.^'']; ": [ ;r '¦ ,n ..In,.,a. rustic ;-,pld _^ ehureh _^ opppsite_^^ hile! we write, a_ company of wpr_^hippers are singing the _Pldj old byriin " : • _tJ _^. j"'_^"Bethou_^_G^^e_^_ltgdli_^giil" _'_1 _'1_; "' The air as old, ' also—-the _iriimbrtal " Old Hundred?' '; '• _^c- ; 1 ^* . -k _w_^ _ V ¦1€ it-b'e tyue'that Luther" composed It hat :_tunej atfd if [the worship? of; mortals is * car_^ ried on the wings of .angels toiheaven_^how_* " oftea has he h_^eard, t&e_._4eciaration ., _f They: are _sineinfe_( Old Hundred' rio_' _w." * ' _c ,:( The 8oiemri' ? 8traih J carries'.ui blck'tp1 ' the times 'of'the _> Refbrriiers-ii-ljuther J and* his devoted baud;; He/ _dpubtlessi was ? the first to _Sifcrikej the .grand;] old, chords inT the pttblic sanctuary of his . own Germany. From; his" 6wri; "sfe'ifitdriaQ lungs 'they _polled, _^itiraEirig: n6t0 l;hfougtiv vaulfeed_^-ca_' th_^drai roof, but _alongcai grander.iiarchj _theiieternal heaxe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

5?_- ; v_^_=_M _^iHM5iing _Storfx a; _^ i_«_Wh«;fpiiowing_!Sffeetirig storjF was ;relatecl Iiy ;©ri 3)adley,_iatf agent of th '_eifBritish and sB_'oreig ax Bible:Society, at the anniversary !0f _N_^e_^Birottingham " SundaylSchobl Union k la the County of? Kent lives( ,_*or lived, a _oleTgymaa4hd! his lady, whoxtidokan'active part i a the> Sunday! School connected %ith his church. -Th_^_T; had« in':the-School,.» _boyj_?thecmly feonsofiaiwidowj whb! waa no-> toriously iricked1 , despisingi all the earnest prayers aadadmonifcions of the clergyman , vrho_^foutofepity :_fdrnhb_**pporawidowed _^mpther,_* kept*"1 hi in? at_^ the ? school r_> eighteen aiPoths|f'bufc atelerigth_^_sji nd* it absolutely _snebessary to _disrn_^a ihe*la_^L *as a warning ) tcr*«i?hor«;;>«He (soon; after i enlisted _tas_; a so'l grmeritih_^civefy 'descfiptifej bf Vfcel' 'After the soldter_^bad made_^hinfseif_^_irio_^n, -he Said ?s:¦)'.• ' .."j. ?¦ • •): ¦ . ¦¦ ¦? :-• ¦ .:;;; •?.; ;:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

i \ f'-f ' _of. Psalms and-Psalmody. We eari-iremember the; day when the radical notion of singing, in most of our churches j seemed to.be noise. If a man roareel along with the precentor, he flattered Bimself'that_^ he was singing, and his privater eb eviction' _waa that the louder he foared,5 _ihe_^betterrhe sang. The .consequence w_,as appalling. .Everybody shouted at the .pitch of his or her voice ; shrill, quavering cries, howls, and deep, bass groans rose, tuiriultuPusly together; and over all, the -precentor, ' with ste 'ntorian lungs-, attempted tojdrowtttthenwild' discord, or reduce it to _^armpnjy ,. .It is well for us that he towhom such_^pmses were sung, listens to the inusieof, a _thankful heart, rather than to the ¦discbrd pf the untutored voice. i T<hfcfei'is another?:feature that has been undergoing Tapid improvement of• late; we mean the relation of the tune to the words. Fifty years ago, sueh a thing was never thought.o£ The, precentor who could getthrou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

iV' _^ _Hefigieir_^MainlolCliiiaftn: • 1 _GbMdren are, _^rbd's ' heritage , _committed to;i parents -for a* time_^that _thfey may _^ trairi them upifbr_^heaveri.' -'f This duty is a?_Divine _commandiviwitji\&t rpromise. •" Train ¦ . ' up. _[_% child ini(:I the way.he?f should. go, and_c ?when b_^e is old lie will not depart frorii; it-_^f. :- The pfren_^S' who faithfully _^bey th e eommana! ,11 need not doubt that the pir&iriise;%ill b# lulfilled. '_tWv'"< canhot_^y indeed / flbok fon earthly; crowns for oura.eh,ildren.; j _bntUhere_, is, a,_crpwn .ofv glory for,h ev, ery oner ,pf _$hem in lieayen, ' .who is faithfujly trained for,God. _Ml little ' ' _^Pur " . "onesmay riot become the. great-Mes_^of_^ the earth ;u But if reared in, Ikithiand sprayer_^they _»will _ibleotii' e' _'_^kingsj and.rpnes<s,!>untp KGodf-y Theyt _possess inansipns anc_| _places on: earth_*$¦ but, being children of &od, they ar_6, heirs-— f_^heirs of God, arid: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

Assurance ;,- in pi ,. V7-- - . ;. ¦> . -.:¦/ 1> f ¦ ' i . ? I ¦ : .- P_,s % Qug _assurance 1 most comforting persuasion^! ' Christian! do you desire to have the same confidence in Jesus in a dying hourTf" TKe * n. " live ,£p7?«Fesus., as did the Apostle jPaul_?r "Qive Him your <;6»fidencer font _lSve/_andBhe ¦wi llpToye himself faithfdl ta>;cth*e fend-i 'It may not be, that you shftll exhibit'the!same strong faithyidf1 give _expr_^isioa_^to :tbe _^ same j feelings :of& unshakenjreliance _o_'n the Saviour, but you will have, peace, you; will nave , security. JLet £_fei _shaaows_; *||^_fe'i ro1_ffidl ySu,^! and gloon_#—^let tbe_^n%lstficlosefin _upow your weary lootsteps, _threatenipg_^ndi temn«stuous, ' sty 1 the. veg.e ipf" faijh _^ -w|^l|^lis,<_jg_^r the sou_^guardi an —- _tfte treasur_^-keBjperf—- the frferid1 that sticketh * close,r *^an any mother r Bo'you long for the * _graceW*'»ss_^n_$nce? ©oiyou feel at times, a _doubttp_^'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

fgeleetejL], k Little While. ' ; by ira. _rfbNAn. Beyond the _selling and the weeping, ' 'u I shall be soon; ' •¦"' Beyond the waking and the sleeping, i " ' Beyond the sowing and the reaping, ( . -, _, ( I shall be soon. Love, rest, and home ! Sweet home I' . , Lord, tarry not, but come. Beyond the bloominganft the fading, . . I'shall be soon; ' • _, Beyond the1 shining1 $ai the shading, ' ' Beyond tile hoping'and the dreading, , rs_^lbe1a_%'_4 ; ~ _, Iiove, r'eit,' and home! _, Sw.eet, ho _, m_^ I Lard, t&rry not, ' but come.; Beyond the rising' and the setting, . 1 ' " I shall be soon; _Beyond the calming and the fretting, Beyond remembering and forgetting, I shall be soon. - ' Love, Vest, and home 2 Sweet home! Lord,, tarry not, but come. Beyond the parting and the meeting, I shall be soon/, ' Beyond the farewell and the greeting, i Beyond; the pulse's fever beating, j I shall be soon. ; ' Love, rest, and home 1 . ; i.,_i - Sweet home! ; : t Lordv tkrry not, but come. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

•[_iTBS _PBlyilfKiilijI BAiiUlK Publication Office: —caaaETC T Buuui>_iintt», m jyatg w_, vmsstitox , ?*. PHrLABILPHIA, SOUTH-WlST OoK. OK 719. AMS ,0jBB8f NO* tiUi-M_, liM_^w_^iim • •'TIBM8IN _AjDVAKQ_*,_^ - A Square, (8-lines or less,) ono insertion, 60 ce_^_J eacl -—A RBDDOTWS-inade to ' _advertiaerfrfcy the year. - - ¦ ¦ BUSlNESSNOTIOESof T_*N lines or-lew, fUO_. each 9i .: dia<>nM-lin_^l . d'.cen&: ..,. _' -. tia>: -,; ;.,._„ " ,- _* _, •{¦¦ '¦" _¦ ¦' ¦ ' ¦ _¦ _^' &ASFKD _^_KKNJfE_^- &«CJO_M • ¦ • '¦ * •" ' * ' ¦ ¦ ¦ -• • •• • •' ¦ ¦ '•" _^o*_ffic6rb*8v iife_»-_*_TniaDlHiB8.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

DAVID M'KINNEY& CO. Editors and Proprietors. TERMS IN ADVANCE. SlNUM _iSOBSORIPTIOMS ,.....,_^.,,,,;,_U .,$1.50 In Clous..— t ,„. , 1.25 _DElivujifeb ttt irtHHR o* thji _Orans&...;...;..,.. 2.00" Two _Doimbs, we will send toy mall seventy number tor Omb Dollar, thirty-three numbers. ' _< Putcrfiendlng-UfilWiiKST subscribers and upwards, will _thefajiy entitled to » nap_^r withqut charge. • . Iftit»w»r_»shoilld b* i>ri>Mp_£« time beflJre the year expires Send paymeat_^ _bji ialohwidg, or bi mail. ?< DiycctalliattwB._to ' .[' .. DaVIDTK'KINNET&.CO.,,,. "¦¦' ' ? ¦"¦¦ ¦ # " . " _jPittsbttrgh,?*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

EDJTAR1AL CORRESPONDENCE Nbsv-York , January 31, 1862.; To reach' this city "from Philadelphia, _notwithstanding the, proverbial annoyances and impositions practised ,by that grand monoply,'thte Cani_'den and Amb ' oy Kaihroad, is usually _bMt _' tne work of some four hours-But this Was nbfe'to be our good fortune on the _present occasion,. AbouJ_; a mile and a halff beyond Bordentown, the baggage-car got off the track and caused a detention of two'hours -anti a half, to accomplish'what we'hav_^ seen " done _several timeson Western roadsjn l_£ss . _,than half anj_^our. The per-; eons having charge of that train seemed to _^have'/ _jneit ' hWthe ~' energy nor skill4 necessary _< &' the- ttfe&ter_^_AflP air _t general' thing the conductors and operatives of this _jroad Ire such as would not be tolerated on any road having the comfort and safety of thef travelling community at heart. After the car was placed on the track, we jwere so comp letely out o? _t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

THE ENBLISfl-PRBSStN |_TH>ES fUERBNDER OF Wh_' ere there is a free press t_^ere will be great varieties in theKexhibitj_^tin of a nation's sentiment. The ..general, expression of " the (Brit_^ih jqurna|ij ' |n " regard '" _^to the suErenaeCbf Mason _andCSilDEELlis _jfty_^i ous. This4sas.it _shouldrbey_^We captured them on British.principles, and; were tryr, ing to .excuse ourselves by quoting British practice. We surrendered << them on our own principles, principles which we have been trying to inculcate upon the whole civilized world. -,The surrender was hence easy. And the joy which England manifests at escaping a war, may help us to keep up our equanimity under her taunts and boastings. In .our deep calamity she threatened to fall upon us with all her power. True, the demand she. made was proper, and it .was presented in a* becoming manner. But the sending' of her fleets to our coast/and her armies to our borders, was an insult; and the tone of her pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

PREACHING 9b _Gftib. M _S One of the evil _oonjjequencps of <rarjp' resent imperfect and sinful state, is the attempt to lay aside the appointments of God and .. substitute institutions of our. owniniheir " place. This disposition _^ aiways invades the C Church, when its* spirituality is greatly on ~the_*declinej and*when-its true* "religions . life is almost gone. It _s?as in thist way that the Bivine ordinance of preaching was re moved from the supremacy given it by the 'Master, and various forms and ceremonies introduced which gradually hid. Christ and him crucified from the jninds of the people. The Church had degenerated; the fire of its first love had become nearly extinct; and the commandments of men were preferred to the doctrines of God. It was a. dark day in the ancient Christian Church when the preaching of the Gospel began to lift unrlftrvalued. But the same tendency to lower the 'esteem in which this ordinance should be held, has been manifested in vari...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

THE FRENCH PRESS AND THE _SUBRENDER Public opinion among nations, as well as with, individuals, has become an immense power. Kings and Emperors defer to it. Cabinets and armies fear it. Even the Pope would propitiate it. Well then may the United States have an anxious desire to meet its approbation. And happily the public opinion which now is gaining so great an ascendency, has in it much of moral rectitude. We transfer to our columns tie expression of satisfaction, of a few of the Paris journals, on hearing of the amicable settlement of the Trent difficulty. Galignana says : " The feeling of our contemporaries inclines more toward America than England in the matter, and some of those journals even go to the length of imputing to the British Cabinet a desire to fasteD a quarrel on America on any pretext, however futile. Such a supposition we conceive to be completely unfounded, first, because England has enough to do at home with her manufactures and commercial undertakings ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

A Bard Ca«e,—The Presbyter tells us "that oneoof its subscribers has nearly a thousand dollars of taxes to pay, and hence _sa_$s lie mtik stop his paper, as he cannot afford to take it any longer. Poor man ! His'taxes amount, to less than a thousand' dollars! How destitute he • must be of property! How straitened his circumstances ! We advise the poor man to sell 8Qtt_$>of _bis property—especially the _unproductive part, < for >that does him no good—and thus raise a little cash to make him comfortable. ! Hjeath it Rev. Dr. _Bridgman.—Th_^Boston TramelXer says : — A private letter from _Shanghai, Chiqa, dated November 1, contains _<tbe sad intelligence of the death of this "veteran missionary, on the 27th of the preceding month. Dr. Bridgman has labored in the cause of missions for the long period of thirty-two years. His last public ¦service was in the London Mission Chapel, «t Shanghai, when he preached to an interested _audieficS. The letter states ...

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