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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

OHARRANT'S EfFe_^weg_^ent This _^al uable and popular Medicine has universally received tho most favorable recommendations of the Medical Profession and Hie Public as the most effi-/ _/ caent _andjigreeplOe _< Saline Aperient. i It may be _uqed with the .best effect in BILIOUS AND FEBRIL¥DtSEASES COSTIVENESS_, SICK HEADACH_^ NAUS EA ¦_LOSS OELAPPEIITEINDIGESTION. ACIDITY OF TEfE STOMACH, _TOKPtDtnTOF THE LIVKR GOUT, BHEUMATIC, _AJFECHONS, GRAVEL, * PILES, i n _« AND AM. COMPLAINT/WHERE " A Gentle and _Cooling _^ Aperientor Purgative Is nJdlS&_^_JS1 _^ada P_^"_^ wants of Traveler* by Sea Habit? t' _^_f_^ l n HotClMnatp8, Persons of Scdentery _Pt _arita J_^n _« "rtCwwdwceirt*1 ;? Captains of Tewli _and _Chest e * vahxabl _* addition to thcrMedidue " i8 inh ! _" _f^^' _- _wmrvnt _np in battle* to in , _^ keep any chmate_, and . merely _icquiTes wa «r ' poured upon it to produce a delightful . ¦ , effervescent beverage. tlem _' e_? _nr f°?hi _Wm °_?i18 . from _Wom_«l ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

[Selected.] _w_> "f iplcJiThoD in ill Things." _&4 _^_iiiiklUllfe is _Votj r. bri_^ ; It passes quickly by, Aid if it pftnre a tr6ubled scene, _Beneith a stormy _a_^y, It is but like a shaded night, That brings a morn of radianoe bright. ¦' ¦ \ ' ' . ' ' LK' I _> - 4 i <. (' ' Be hopeful—cheerful faith will bring A living joy to tbee_, And make thy life a hymn-<6f praise, From doubt and murmurs free : WMlsit _^ like the sunbeam, thou wilt bless, And bring to others happiness. Be earnest—an immortal soul Should be a worker true; _Easily ti&ta_^gi, fQ_$ thy God, And ever keep in view The judgment scene, the last great day, When heaven and earth shall pass away. Be holy—let not sin' s dark stain Thy spirit's whiteness dim; And trust alone in him. So, 'midst thy business and thy rest, Thou wilt be comforted and blest. , _$. '-. * _j """;. * ¦ Be prayerful—ask, and thou wilt have Strength equal to thy day; Prayer clasps the hand _£hat _gu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_IJALSTED &: STI1_.ES, 5? and; 54 Murray W«t, New-York, INOfi_^ and Job _^ _Miflf _«EOima,uCASEpiERES, VES ¦ JfJ W F ¦*_&££***> _WIKMR _„ -mmm ' -** 'CLOTHING, ... _SSSj_^_SJKJBr *«H¥» °nly 8y8 tem that enables m anduDdeTtW_^P _* thesetxnsetUedtimes. Cashisourmotto; ¦SSk rfFA_^_f ?*_£ _^"W PHI""*'* offe r a fine _TOSWO_*_TLwwJS niXte CLOTHS_^CASSIMERES , Also _' af tneStart_^ J_% g( ?ods at the lowat possible price ;/^ Hr _SMITHv Mtiehuit»Taylor, tprms _perjMi ' hundred akd thirty-seven. Three _"_SSltSSt_^S_^L_^_Si _SS8S& 1862. fflKe "_&?f>»*Ha _^theTthird, March S**_, for a catalo *™, • Frfell_?e»t . »«_r. 1.6. PERSHINGy A. M., auglKy 'r V-t, ., _^fM. SIMPSON. '_^_, _aT_? :L _jl_____ "_•'"f'Tfrii'Trt of Trustee*. S_^_yP^^RTORCO yCENTKAl i _^ H • > \iy _*t ,. LYE. ,l?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

l Urimitaral Oriental Crows. Ceylon has upwards of three hundred and twenty species of birds; and their' prodigious numbers, particularly the myriads of water-fowl, form,, one of the marvels of the island. The 'melody of their song bears no comparison with that of the warblers of Europe; and in beauty of plumage they are surpassed by the birds of South America and Northern India; but they have singular grace of form, and utter clear and musical calls in rich and melodious tones. Of all the Ceylon birds in the same-order, the small, glossy crows are the most fa miliar and notorious. The Dutch, during their sovereignty, enforced severe penalties against any killer of crows, thinking them useful; and they nW frequent the towns in companies, and*domesticate themselves in the _. elose vicinity of every house. They are the flying thieves'of the place; and no article, however unpromising its quality, can with safety be left unguarded in any apartment accessible to them. They despoi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_\Warning_~to- the Intemperate. * a Charles Lamb tells ' his sad expedience, as a warning to young men, in the following language :>!• ''¦ The waters have gone over me. But out of the black depths, could 1 be heard, I would cry out to all those who have set a foot in the perilous flood. Could the youth, to whom the flavor of the first wine is delicious as the opening scenes of life, or the entering upon some newly discovered paradise, look into my desolation, and be made to understand what a dreary thing it is when he shall feel himself -going down a precipice, with open eyes and a passive will, to his destruction, and have no power to stop it, and yet feel it all-the way emanating from himself; to see all godliness emptied out of him, and yet not able to forget a time when it was otherwise; to bear about the piteous spectacle of his own ruin; could he see my fevered eye, feverish with the last night's drinking, and feverishly . looking jfor to-night's,-repetition of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_Mlgion in the Army Of all wars, it is _mogt important that those of_^_ffclvirnature1 "shouf3 be most control|e_%_^Creli gion; " for the'l'simple reason, A that there ' is the greate_^^anger of their "beoomlog vindictive aaa||j&el. "' With the _exception, of _service, Myjagpivil wa_« have " «ver been ^'_-_^^^ S_^^^^^^^ _^^ yot religion can d<f"_^S8_ietm_^a_^f the way of mitigating the _ferocijrapp Sjnekedness of even civil war. Let _usTsSfte a case or two _fi$$$M; history of modern times. ' In ine year 1618, what ' is called the Thirty 'Years' War in Germany commenqed_^J t_^as .a war between the Protestants.andtB.oman Catholics of that country. _Fdfatyjpst a century the current of event? had been setting in that direction, ' * a©&jffi«6i_)t.twi1 ce.therj& < h_»d be_^ntserians ontbreaks. 'fttoounting almost to . regular tensiyj| _#_aj^^t?* orjltfng'duratiqn. in com-WfaS$%$_ok _^u** _o_^ _^_S_* _^ _rjffi_^_gfi t0 ^^^^^MQ8 War^* as rt is some...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_^_JPRlSmG A GREAT PEOPLE _OHAELES SOEIBNEE, NO. 124 GRAND STREET, NEW-YORK: ' ' ¦*** ' •^'_VFilI publish in a_»fewJ aays _~ THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK. The Uprising _oLb Great.People. * THE UNITED, STATES -IN 186Lj By Count de Gasparm. Translated by Miss Booth. 1 vol., ' u * 12mo., 75 conte._v 4., ; _Jhe New-Yorfe _Txtm* says'of it: "The thorough intellectual mastery of the Bnbject determines 'the'qtiality,of the boqfcjfthe moral warmth .which runs? _lfrtentthrough it (breaking at times into an eloquence which fairly burns)—takes _itspower from the, weight of his &cts and the force of his logic. There Ib i a his treatment of fije question, a wise mod eration that carries with it convincing force V The New-Tork _Boenihff Post says: «_H ft *he wisest book which h«<? _bwmmttfn ugon' America _Bjr ice »e Tocqneville. * * * Remarkable for its intelligence, its inBight, its logic, and its nobleness of pu£_Dose._f! < ?? - ; ' < From the New York Tribune: "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

A Lady' s Method of Cultivating Strawberries. Mrs: _Bakery of Manchester, ' N' .-H.ygives her method of cultivating strawberries in a recent number of the New-Hampshire Journal of Agriculture,as follows : r " Late in the-fFall,1 after .all,the harvesting is done, I dig up_^my old vines, an 4 d throw them into the hog-pen. Then jl spade the ground six or eight inches deep. Then make beds" threef/eet wide, and'two feet alleys, "Set the m&st thrifty young plants across the bed, ten plants in a row, and rows about six inches " apart. ' . Then cover them with leaves from the forest, and the work is done until Spring. |ln the Spring I sprinkle ashes over themnot disturbing them at all. As sooj _*a the crowns begin to show themselves ' _aboTO the leaves, I water them . every morning rfor a while; then again in bloom, and at -graining of the fruit. I picked eighty.quarts of big strawberries from a small patch of about one rod and a quarter."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

' - tBor_, the Presbyterian Banner. ¦ _<, Lizzie's Grave. Friend and brothers, lightly tread Round our sister's lowly bed; She is sleeping swe *etly now, Calm and pulseless is her brow, And her folded hands arp press'd Gently on her quiet breast. Nevermore will she awake Till the final morn slaall break : Till the Saviour's voice shall call From their graves the-slumberers" all; Then in gladness she'will1 rise To that world beyond the skies, Where, afar from earth's dark gloom, In immortal youth she '11 bloom—Robed in'beauty, wondrous bright, Fairer than the stars of light. J. P. J.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

Cure for Bee-Stings. Three years ago, says a foreign writer, one of my little ones poked his spade into a bee-hive. You may suppose he was severely stung.' I immediately mixed with water some ipecacuanha powder and applied'it to the places stung, (of course extracting the stings "where visible) and in ten minutes he was playing about and all irritation was; gone. The nurse was stuag, too, in several places, and the same remedy was applied with equal ' success, The Indians uses this remedy for the sting of scorpions, and a friend has (since my publication of the cure in the West Sussex Gazette, at the period,) called my attention to'the.:fact that Dr. Livingstone states in his Journal, that the African tribes use ipecacuanha for snake-bites. 'I' have not the book _. to refer to, but I think they mix the powder with oil.< m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

Insect Appetite. The ' man who wished he had a throat a mile long, and a palate all the way, might envy the feats performed in the world of insignificance. Some insects are endowed with an appetite so keen, and a digestion so rapid, that 'they can eat incessantly throughout the whole of their lives. They begin as soon as they are born, and eat steadily on till they die. Their existence is a feast, without a change of plates, or a pause between the course. Morning, noon and night their mouths are full, and an endless processibn _' of favorite food gratifies the unwearied palate. They know not the t.names .of < meals. Breakfast commences with infancy, and their only after-dinner nap is a passage to another slate of existence. '' ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_TOTE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF ' _~ the public to the PHILADELPHIA _Huusekeeping Dry Goods Store, _yrhere _rnay_^be found a large assortment of all _konda of Dry Goods *(re_$_Tiired 111 furnishing a housethus saving tli trouhle usually _experienced in fronting- such articlesin various places. In consequence of our giving our attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion '_^ dress and fancy goods, we can guarantee our prices and styles to be the mostfaverable in the market. IN LINEN'GOODS, we are able to givo perfect satisfaction, being the Oldest -E* tablished Linen Store in the city, and havingbeen for more than twenty years regular 'importers froirisom4Pof-t*t best manufacturej_£_4n Ireland. _,Wo ioSer3ialso ,_^Uijr«e stock of FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, ¦ of the best qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowest prices AIbo, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Tickings, Damask Table Cloths, and Napkins,4 Towellings} Diapers, Huckabacks, Table and Piano Covers, Damasks and Moreans, Lac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

Harris on Insects Injurious to Vegetation. • ' KEhe' third, edition ?of,Harris,on Insects ¦I _bfjuribus to'Vegeta'tion/published under a re_'s61veo of the y_«ar 1859, chapter '93, has just been completed. This - edition of a work, of which the first was published in the year 1841, has been enlarged, by suitable additions and illustrations and is nearly ready for delivery. Extensive collections of _,insects were made, in order to have fresh specimens for use,in making, ' _^he _drawings, which were _supervised.by Prof. Agazziz, by comparison * with the 'original specimens before engraving. This is a _irork of great beauty and careful _learjaingj and is fitted for-mucl _fc usefulness, if .properly and wisely distributed. ¦ -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_^ ,, Increase _ofpVce. u_._5. t , It is not wonderful that weeds multiply so fast, as all farmers know to their cost they do, when we consider the enormous number of seeds each plant produces. Prof.! Bucktnan, who hak made this subject peculiarly his own, gives most interesting and valuable _^ statements on this _pointy in his "papers * on the _subjdcti Thus the number of seeds a single plant of the red poppy pTodrices, is fifty thousand, the chickweed five hundred, the _groundsel sixty-five hundred, the charlock four thousand, black mustard '1200, corncockle _^wenty-five hundred anjcT 'ninety, wild parsnip _^twelve _hundred, and comsowthiatle_^nineteen hundred. F _, it" -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_^ _THITE LIME DEP6_T_% " r / ' '> J. 'LIBERTY STREET _^ {Immediately opposite Metal _Tard of Penna. M.S. Co.,) PlTTSBOTGH, PA., S_^_iShT ?»r tl0 Jf •***» <* _^ite Lime can be had in IhmobiSfi :f _iP?Jt **I °H'' -AT «» DOLLAR; but as _lelst_/n_^ _£utl_< ">U _!She > _*L _T 11 by the V»"itity at a much _tK:,_^ _^ •?*• " a*"*™ tomakeaUandsome profit f_^ _iT X m<i Wor _*1 5, Blair County, Pa., and we warrant £ _soW n thTsmart? *_&L "F *" _^ «* »**«»at whfch it .»,v ? **_° Pll * Rpwl >« deliver, at low figures, barrel Lime at * d«31-St ' . ' J ROBERT H. CANAN & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

$1O _^ X B RA RTl_^ . The American _siiidaytiSchool Union ' ¦ IFOR DISTRIBUTION ' leSy SMS"_? S_^_%_a_#_5**_-*» - »• _pushed _.n _^b_^^_SJI_^_Sy _Wl _jg AppUcantsTriltfae'_rgn ' _mW.. t *! .. . j * _^ ing name ^^^_SS^?*" '_^ ata&men t'giy name and Post Offl_^_ffigi 'S*®^*0 _? fit the _Schwl • _Woef of teachers iwdThotanin _^^_0 ^*;1 ^^ fV ©» ifV* ©I* ,1 *«#_* ©• a^^_sfp_^ure , OR PECTORAL TROCHES, - Pot tbe immediafeJ Selief- and certain Cure of _Couelis_^QolrtSj_^nflijen_^u , Asthma* Hoarseness? _^TVlioopnie" Xftmebf' Cata. 'rrbBronchitis _Difficult BrenxUnK, Sore Throat, Etc., Etc., Etc. EEliEF_^AREABTED HI TM'MIHTPEES. For Minister_^ Public Speakers, and'Singers, .these TROCHES are indispensable for Clearing and Strengthening the'Vftce/^_Bernofving Hoarsenessetc. The ease with which they are taken—being easily carried in the1 pocketrequiring iio _preparation, always ready for UBe on all occasions, not liable to change in any ' ' climate '1 containing " nothing injur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

Shakespeare's Description of a Horse. There is not!, probably, in the _' TSnglish language a ' better'description of a, ""wellproportioned" steed," condensed into so few words, than , th*e following, from the pen of the immortal _Shakespeare: '; Hound-hoofed, sfcort-jointed, fetlock s shag and long, Broad-breast, full eyes, small head , and nostril ¦wide; ' ' High-crest, short ears, straight legs, and passing strong; Thiu made, thick tail, broad buttock, tender hide; Look, -what & horse should "have he did not lack1 , Save a proud rider on _sp. proud a back."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_Romih\G^{ens. The gardens of 5B6We are very happily daguerreotyped m_. -theEWKew words, from an article in the last _number of the Cornhill Magazine : " All around about Rome there'are ancient ""gardens lying _basking in the sun. Gardens and villas, built long since by dead Cardinals and Popes; terraces with glitterin grBhadows,-with honey-suckle clambering in ° des0_latiB luxurance; roses flowering, and fa>ling, and falling in showers on the pathways ; and terraces and marble steps yellow with age. Lonely fountains plagh-in their basins , statues of fame and slender nymphs stand _otit against the solemn horizon of blue, hills and crimson-streaked skyj of cypress trees and cedars, with the sunsetT showing through their > stems. At home/I lead a very busy, anxious life; and the beauty and peace of these Italian vil_* ias fill me with inexpressible satisfaction and gratitude toward those mouldering Pontiffs, whose magnificent liberality has secuied such placid res...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_gPRING STYL_.ES FOR Gentlemen's Garments, Iri great variety; onibracing in p4rt; _arlarge and well selected stock _oftFanoy French and English , CASS 1 MERES AND COATINCS, Together with as'fine an _assorfment* Of BlaW and Colored CLOX. HSjAND VESTING8, aa the manufactories of Europe can pioduce,-which are adapted tcfthe wants of gentlemek'oi taste, -who appreciate style and qualify m clothing. r • SAMUEL GRAY & SON mariMT No 19 Fifth Pt-. _Pftfrhnnrh.'_*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_»J _«HE BOARD OP COLPORTAGP •F_^SSKS&I _iHtplSfil —

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