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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

"loirest Tfton Me?" Do we lov_# Jesus ? _Jestis asks it. Three times he asked Peter. Continually does he ask us whether we love him. Can-we give the same answer to Jesus as Peter did? Jesus does not ask if we can speak for him, etc., but do we love him. They are the closing words of Jesus before he went to heaven ; take heed to them. Consider the love Jesus showed us in coming into the world to save all who believe in him. Love Jesus above every thing j above all, parents, toys, etc. The best proofiof X5ur lovingehim-is to bej seen in our w_§lk and conversation : '* If ye love me, keep my cominaQdments." If we love him, he will take us to heaven, there to dwell with him forever and ever. jar ie fil Jifcs

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

WE _*N _^ITE THE ATTE NSSi_^ _T « th_^ public to the PHILADELPHIA , Housekeeping Dry Goods Store trouble n^^^LrfeS^*^ 01186 ' - «»?«»' saving -hi _rions places.'L _cSqSce ^^?nch _rirticle8 in va _" Aim kind of stock, to the _wcTnrion of_^ng °U J _* tten«<>n *° J je can guarantee' our _pncSS _XiL _5T _^ _^^ . ' fSPoiH, bio m the market. styles tobethe mostfavera-• IN\ LINEN- GOODS thantWenty years _re_^_Sarffi^^_T? s _^n f_« more of thebeS _^_S_^ _f AMD _^ WIJJSUI HS. Price, _AlsSSg_^_Xih _e_^_n_^^_S6 ^^_68 * Table Cloths; and Nan_^ns%_otpiT?^ _^5 _^ql _ft3lffl. Damask Table and Piano Cove??^ _2__SS£?S_? « i>er8 ' ?w>^»^ _._^^ , S_^W. _oA_^-._f Chestn«t and KnH& _^1O _^ IB Rft ARTl_f7s" _^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

J a. renshaw, ^—Family Grocer and Tea Dealer, Takes pleasure m _announcing to his friends and custom that he has recently removed to the new an ' d spacious w house, Corner of Liberty and-Hand Streets , (A few doors above his old Hand,) And having largely increased tin Block by.recent purch now offers to the public the most extensive and complete • sortment-to be found in this city, _«f _^ ' ¦ CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES , Foreign and Domestic Fruits,, Teas, SpiccaPickles and -Sauces, Preserved Fruits in great variety, Ksh. Hams, Dried BeeL &p_* besides an assortment, of Domestic _Housekeeping *^1 fnlo t _ir_Mn _w tutiDsa .???8 ?kec Ber'8ElnP<>rium, where _nTosUn articles that are useful" qr-nectary for the Family all may be purchased at reasonable" prices. - J peg' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. «®_d Catalogues containing an _extonded<list of my stock far _mshed by mail, if desired. • ap7-Ty O«r. Liberty and Hand _Ste_^P_^hn_^h.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

CMicrs _myer.' Hear this simple prayer I offer! Help me to be good to-day; Blay I call right thoughts about me, While I drive the bad a;way. When I feel the selfish wishes Creeping in my little heart, May I then, my heavenly Father, Think, how good and kind thouart That _thou ever givesfc to me All the blessings that are mine; All the birds, the _treesj the flowers, All the clouds and bright sunshine For all I have, O, let me bless thee; For my own glad, happy heart; •¦ For only when I'm good and loving, Can I know how good thou art.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

JpUBJLICATlONS OF. THE Presbyterian Board of Publication, DURING JULY, 1861: THE. LETTERS. OF JOHN CALVIN. Vol. IV. Contaiaing a copious Index to all the Volumes, and completing this very valuable and interesting, work, by which will be preserved and transmitted to posterity many writings of the great Reformer, which perhaps had never otherwise seen the light. Price $1.80 pec volume in-black cloth, full sheep.-or half calf. SERIES FOB YOUTH. 1SMO. ILLUSTRATED. THE WONDERFUL LAMP; or, Light for vssDarkest Path. Pp. 239. Price 30 and 35 cents. , M THE LOST BRACELET.' By the author of "Little Flora," " James Haswell_, " " Christinas at Home," Ac. Pp. 100. Price 15 and 20 cents. - v Address orders to WINTHROP SARGENT, • Business Correspondent. - 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. V&- For sale in Pittsburgh at the Presbyterian Book Rooms, 57 Hand Street. . feb21-ff ohn

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

TEA!! r T E A I I WHOLESALE AND _RETAIL. 114 Smithfield Street, Pittsbnrgh, ' HAS FOR SALE A Choice Selection G8EES Wilucfc TEAS; RIO, LAGUAYRA 'AND JAVA COFFEES; NEW- ORLEANS AND REFINED SUGARS; N. O. MOLASSES AND EXTRA HONEY SYRTTPS With all _Culioojry etceteras. J_)&- Orders by mail promptly attended to, and _carefoll 1._Twnrdpd i»Ti_!4-t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

_^The r Affierican- Smiday School TJnio_^; _v 1 FOR* , DISTRIBUTIO N _^Applicants wiU _ne _re_^_TUjeeto „„,_„_,„ • -»-, * *_Tt ing name,l(>ca tionanS_^te of _JS*^/ 166 ' _*0 _B_^tetoetdg__tj name and -Post _OfflS addr_^_S_^of _^_fe_?? °_PSr|ch_® 1_^ ' f • °^*l_^;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

f¥ . SAB__DSOJT , ¦m_~m- FURNISHING UNDERTAKER , ¦ --_ «opl-lv , _JpARMERS, GARDENERS , FRUIT ' GROWERS, CATTLE DEALERS *G - _mmmgmm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

_JJIDE , Oil. AND LEATHER STORE. D. KIRKPATRICK & SONS, No. 31 South Third Street, Between Market us Chestnut _Steebts, _Philadbiphia, Save for Sale SPANISH AND GREEN- SLATTGHTEE-HIDES,-'CALCU_!- TA AND PAl'NA KIPS, TANNJEKS' OIL, AC, AT THE LOWEST PRICES AND UPON THE BEST TERMS. 49r ~ All kinds of Leather in the rough wanted, for which the highest market price will be given in cash, or takan in exchange tor Hides. Leather _stored.free of charge, and sold on commission. liberal Cash Advances made on leather Consigned to Us. ' ' jan_0-lv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

J_^ ERCHAIfTS' HOTEIi, 4 6 _^ North Fourth Str&et, PHILADELPHIA. ¦ 6. M'KIBBBN& SON, Proprietors. - - _JJALST KD & _STICKS, 52 and 54 Murray Street,. New-Yoi;k, Importers and Jobbers of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VES INGS, and every style and quality of goods used, by Clothiers and Merchant Tailors for Men's and Boys' Wear. " '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

love lof the -BiMer A poor boy who was employed all thn week in taking care of cattlej was so anxious to learn the Word 01 God, that he used to take the Bible into the field with him ; and in the course of the year, he committed to memery nearly two thousand verses.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

The Celestial Body. BY REV. JOHN S. C. ABBOTT. Almost every doctrine of revelation , is confirmed by some remarkable analogy in the' system of Nature. Ttie insect, after lying entombed for weeks, perhaps for months, in its chrysalis _matisoleumj hears some resurrection voice which calls it from its burial. It _Bursts its cerements, and expanding its beauteous wings, painted with every ; rainbow-rhue_^ launches,into the air, rejpicing in > the sunbeams, and sipping nectar from every flpwer. This emerging of the butterfly from the temporary grave of the worm_;; _as " It' flies,1 and_'swinis,' a flower in liquid air." seems to be! the illustration, the scenic exhibition'i which Nature gives of the doctr ine of ,the. final .resurrection. PauL attempts to give some faint conception of that " celestial body " we are to receive at the resurrection,,by CQmparing'it with the graceful, fruitful stalk whiclv rises from the burial o£ ihe kernel of grain. The dry and shriveled grain i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

Social _ifalme of _tbte Oboiib. ¦> Thougli religion concerris itself primsarily with man's individual rjelatipnf to G_«d,: it is intended to affect him< in all his relations. As' man is a social bei ng_^" provision has been made for a social development • of" religion. For this end tne Church wasinstituted. Christians are United'together in a Ttousehold of faith, in order that each one may concerri _hlniself, not with jbiis own spiritual advancement alone, but with the welfare of his fellows ttemb' ers. And the representations of Scripture uniformly iriiply, that this is something to be done by all in their personal _capacijty, not merely by their procuremetit. It is not enough that A shall minister to the edification of B, by doing his share for the siip'pprt of a pastor, to iook dfter the _welfsire of both. The _Apostolic exhortation _isi " Look not every man on hi| o?wi ftlkings_^ _^ but every " _mati_^a'li'b _'ott_'the _tAing _^ of others^" But this can never b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

LITEEAEY_^ITEMS Astronomy op the Ancients.—Sir George Cornewell Lewis has in the press "A Historical Survey of the Astronomy of the Ancients," which will be published by Parker, Son,& Bourn. ;. New EDrriON of BiLGON.—- Messrs. Longman & Co., every one will be glad to see, have been1 called upon for a reissue of the seven volumes already published of Mr. Spedding's admirable edition of Bacon. Boors.—-The, establishment of universities in the twelfth century greatly stimulated the manufacture pf • books by trans cription, more particularly those classics and philosophical treatises that were required by studentsin the colleges. Thb anxiety of the authorities in! thpse sehbols ;Pf learning to insure accuracy to the text-books, as well as topreyent the,use of books of an improper kindVled to/; the establishment of censor,ihips and privileges which interfered with the preparation of, and traffic in books lbng after'the_^invention of printing. Unfortunately, wnile ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENCE i _Geneva Conference—Ira Antecedents and Ax-Motions—Preparations and Welcome—^ Thk _Chaikauj _^ THE BAKONB 88 _Dg SlABt—MADAME DE S _. TAEt_, HER )_THKB » AND _HBE SOK—EaTJONAUST . OPPOSITION 10 THE liANOB—The First Sabbath—The _oVehino Conference J _(he _Sabdatu Question Discussed—The Sabbath and pery in Geneva—ENOLisKMKETiNa—ENoouRAOEMENTS _IIheolooical School and iia Professors—Conmnbntai. mdelity—Israel Pitied, and Prayed Fon. GENEVA _^ SepimberS, 1861. |_be _General Conference of Evantcal Christians of all countries—for the time at Geneva, but the fourth of sim-Igatherings—is now meeting daily in ¦Bid Cathedral' church. Truly, it is a pious fact in the history of religious life (progress. It vividly recalls the .-union ed words of Calvin, writing .to imer three centuries ago, when he said he would *' willingly cross ten seas*' if _feuld tend to effect a closer union of 'Evangelical and Reformed Churches. > St not only recalls his words, bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

iteilastiHg Punishmentr The different!views " concerning _the ftiture state held by the CHristjan' Chnjch, inay be thus classified' _^ arranging them, exhaustively, under eight divisions: ! I. The Roman Catholic Ohurch.makes three conditions hereafter, namely: 1. Everlasting joy. 2. * Everlasting suffering:; v •?*_& 3. TemporaryjtSorroWini purgatory.u II. The Orthpdox Protestant Church makes two _eonditiors_,hereafter, namely:. 1. Infinite arid eternal joy. 2. Infinite and eternal suffering. III. The old-school _.Mnivefsalists make one «pnd_^ion.ihereaffe_^r, . namel y¦¦: ,;1. _jjpternal joy: ., . ,.,.,,. ,: .<.., . . . ,,:. 'IT. Kew school Universaiists arid Re stbratibiiists make two conditions he 'refifter,; namely :4 1. Eternal joy. ; _^ ' 2. Temporary. and,finite suffering. _T. Unitarians make an indefinite_, jpunber of ' • conditions hereafter,'* according to the various characters and moral status1 %f men_^- ¦ ¦ • _> _-; ; X .•: _' . ¦ " ,,. '¦;¦ " •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

The Sinner? Sealing His Own Fate. It is a _well _^ k;_ifp 1_^n law of the human constitution, ''tnafe_^railel practical habits grow stronger by _recited acts, passive impressions, by_^ the1 saitte process; are weakened. Thus_^" the' sight of suffering is, at at first', exceedingly painful, .and this sympathetic pain proinpts us to exert ourselves in order to relieve the sufferer. Now we find, in; proportion as the: habits of acting in bbedierice to our impressionb become fixedj "ttie impressroris themselves become fainter and fainter. Hence physicians and nurses will do a gre_^,t deal more foi_^ the sick than surrpuridirig frieridsalthough _they nia_^ nbt'feel' for theta ihalf so much. Now, toJ allow th' ese impressions to be xepeated, aijid_^ tBus gradually weakened, without acquiring_^ the ipracticai habits which they w;ere' meant to produce, is _^atal to the character;' It is, to' "another has well expressed it, to " Burn_/up_^he kindling wi%h out 'slartirig_^the fire:" This ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

; The Made-up _ftuarrBl. Two men, members of the same church, quarrelled abouttheir minister I one thought he ought to goy the other advised him to stayj and though most of the parish took pact in these differences of opinion, the tongues of these two men perhaps,,jwere the. sharpest_. The minister . left j t ,but-his .going,, did not heal the breach. The two farmers never spoke to each other. InT tne high-way they were strangers; in the sanctuary, at the prayer-me;e;ting, round the table of the Lord, they were strangers still j nor could friends effect a_.reconciliation. Some time after, a political Convention was held at the capital. These two with others were appointed delegates. They went, and were sent to partake _i of - the,rhospitalitieSsOf; tthe same house. They sat at the same table, strangers still. At night they were directed to the same chamber, and met to occupy the same bed. They were Christian merij arid were in the habit of; both family • and closet prayer. Could...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

s _Aslainy Sunday. The Rev. Dri Baker once related in conversation the following incident of Ms ministerial life::! v Whilst livirig at _0_ermantowni thirty odd years ago_^ I was to have preached one Sabbath liiorning at Barren Hill, seven or eight miles distant. ? Oh awkkeningiri the morriiri_^j the rain was descending in forrents,'-and the wind-blowing " a perfect''hurricane. I debated with myself, whether I ought to go. I concluded to go. Having taken breakfast_^_and_^ordered iriy horse and gigyLsta_^rtedfdr; Barren -Hill. But Io ! I had not proceeded' more than a quarter of a mile, when, in spite of the leather top and apron j I was drenched to the skim • Crossing the hill-sides, the storm threatened to overturn my vehicle, and my poor horse tremblefl. Still X went forward. By the time of my arrival at the church, there was not a dry thread upon me_^arid_^I could riot have been inore saturated with water had I been dipped in the Belaware. And now, on niy _arrivd, how many pe...

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