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

Ike _Commuaion of the Saints. When the tide is out, ypu may have noticedyas you rambled, among the _rocksi little' pools with little fishes in them. To the bhrimp, in such a pool, Bis "foot* depth of salt water is all the ocean for the time Being. He has no dealings with his neighbor sHriinp iri the adjacent pool, though it riiay b' e only a 'few iricWef of sand tliat divides them _p but when the rising ocean begins to lipover the_'iriirgin of the lurkirig_^ place, one pool joins another, their _Vaf ripiis tenants meet; anda by-arid-by, in 'place pf their little _pAtch of standing' water, they have the ocean's boundless _fields to roam in. When the tide is out—when religioriisldw-:—ithe faithful' are to be found insulated, here a few_^ and' there a few, in the little standing pools that stud the beach, having no * dealings with their neighbors of the _adjoining pools; calling them Samaritans, and fancying that their own little' _communion includes all that are pr_^_ecious in God...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

W For the Presbyterian Banner. I Marion Presbytery. f e Presbytery of Marion held its Fall ¦fog in Marysville, Union County, KTeginning Tuesday evening, Septera-B. The meetiDg was unusually pleate d harmonious. jr. A. E. Thompson was installed on Mb, as pastor of Marysville church, _Iklso on the following day I_19 was in-|&",pastor of the church of Milfbrd Ire. Bro. T. has entered favorably &a pleasant and promising field of puul interest was manifested in the I of contributions to all our Boards; (embers all pledged themselves before [ to give all the members of their lies and Sabbath Schools an opportuio contribute to the funds of each of loards, at the time specified by the ml Assembly. _e following overture was sent up to tytery: " In what case would it be Pfcmt with the Christian character and Iples, for the Presbyterian Church, gh their official organs, to give their p of worship to be occupied for re-Is services by the Universalist denom-Bn V Answer : " ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

l_^adtet _. LiTing_^ The cedar is most useful( when dead. It is the most _(productive when its plaCe knows it no niore. Theref is nb! timber like it. ¦ ' ¦ ' Firm m grain _^ an d capable of the finest polishthe itooth of no insect will touch it a,nd Time .himself can hardly destroy it. Diffiasinga,perpetualfragrance through the . ch_^inbers which it _ceils _^ the worm will not Corrode the bobk which it protects_^, n,pr _tshe moth! corrupt the garment w_,hieh_^_. it_.guardsT-rall ;but _^ _^ immprl_^ l_,itself,-it transfuses its amaranthine quali_^es to the objectsaround1 it>_V _, _: Every Christian"isuseful_^_Wtiis life; but the goodly cedarswar&the-most-useful afterwards.- ;fi: _, ¦ ,(;;¦¦¦)'¦ ¦ ¦ ;¦¦: <" ' X: i'?: f\«i ¦ ¦ • ¦ \:i_\ r 'Ltfther is dead, but the _Reformation lives; Calvin* is dead, biit his vindication ofitGod's free and sovereign <graoe will neyer die. _i_^nps_^ _._Melyillp_^anjd Henderson are dead, but- _§cpUand . still retains „ a ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

[Selected.] ' Jubilate Deo. * * | . My heart mounts up in song to |*hee, 3?or thy great dove and care of _sme; Hot me alone, but " all that share' Thine equal love, thycommon_*tare. I need, I ask, no gift, no grace, \ _?-.,. • ¦ Not freely shared by'all,my racer * ^~ My heart mounts up in song to Thee, for all thy; oeaseless love to _«me. Thanks for the dear delights ox sense ; 'For higher thoughts, that call me thence ; for every power that moves tRe mind—Attraction to the good and kind; Hepulsion from the bad and Wold ; > , The impress of the grand and old. ¦ , My heart _mounts up in spngito Thee, For all these gifts o£ love to me. The world is fair, and lifeMs blest Alike in labor and in rest; And each harsh tone of care and pain Prompts and inspires some_'nobler strain X_<aw grows to Love, in "thine employ, And Duty ripens into Joy-' My heart mounts up in song tp. Thee, For all thy wondrous love to nie. Life 's daily lesson learned, its task ¦Complete, what bet...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

Bow Oldiiare You. The following' is the last anecdote we have seen told of Dr. Emmpris : J There was a physician in the neighborhood of; Franklin, where Dr. Euimons preached for severity-one, years, who was _corrupting the minds of riieri by his Pantheism. The physician being called to a sick family iri the Franklin parish, met the Franklin minister at the hpuse of iafflictiori. It was rip place _jfor a dispute. It was rib place for any unbecoming familiarity with the minister. It was no place for a physician to inquire into the age of the lriitiister, especialiy witli any intent of entangling him in "a debate, and, above all, .where the querist was too visionary for any logical discussion. But the abrupt quest'bri ;pf the pantheist was, "Mr. _Erii _inpns, Kbw old are you ?" ¦ , " Sixty, sir* arid how old are you?" came the quick reply. ' " As old; as the creation, sir," was the triumphant response. " Then you are of the same age with Adairi'aria-Eve?"; = ;-;; ' ; '_^ _/ " '' ./...

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

The,Graee pf Silenee. _, _^ . ' Some invalids, find _^ tEeir,, chief, cpnsplation in relating to others a dpieful history of their sufferings_^ Their friends ate daily irivited to : thisuunwelebme banquet, and grow weary«of' the bft_^_tbld. tale_|_%nd Ipsessympathy'eyen for the siSfferer. ' HoV _miibh nobler and more*Christian is _^silence in regard to ou!r Pwnn sufferings, as: exemplifiM in the foliPwing _sketchy by'Drl Arnoldf of his sister, who for ' twenty years suffered from _^-painful 'disease _4*of tie ¦ spine; i ¦ •¦-¦¦- - ¦¦•; _' •v -•' ' .;-v. " 1 must conclude with a_^nipre delightful _subjeclr_^iny most _dearj and; blessed sister. - _• ¦ _S_3neVer saw* a; more* pe_'Kfec*_li _instan'ce of the Spifit_:pf_^power; _blj love, and' of-! a _souridfniiridj -in tense love almostto" _thfe afanihilatipn of selfighness-_^-a _' daily martyrdom_^forHwenfcy years, dufing%_liieli she adhered to' her ' early-fprme'd:i respluti on' of nev- ' < er talking abbut)herself1 _^ thbft...

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

a _SAU ' for dress, about the making of, a:doll's capx a childy—but of ._herself, save Prily- as_^rjegarded her ripening to ali>gopdness ,-whoily thoughtless, enjoying everything- lov _' ely, graceful, beautiful, highminded, whether in God's work or man's, _witL the _keanest relish y inheriting the earth_^ _,tb the full_^ss of the promise, though never leaving'her crib, nor changing*-her posture; and preserved _^ ' through' ith^^ery_; _galley of the shadow of death, frpm all fear orrimpatience, or from every cloud of impaired reason, which might inar the bbakty _^r of ChVist's Spirit's glorious wbrk. May God grant that Ivmight_^eonie within one huaidred degrees of her place*in, glory."-,, - >,

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

_Htsy j. ALM8_olf.......:.:<:.':i._^ifra3BT fFlD M'KINNEY& CO. Editors and Proprietors. E R MS IN ADVA NJQ E . Di! Subscriptions $1.90 Bibbs ;.........„. 145 (wered in eithbb or thi Cities 200 pro Doi.tAB.8, wo will send by: mail seventy number pOhe Doti\R, thirty-three numbers. {Mending us twenty subscribers and upwards, will. ¦try entitled to a paper without charge. nils should bo prompt, a little before the year expires payments by safe hands, or by mail. Ull letters to DAVID M'KINNET A CO., • L _sPittsburgh_. _Pa.

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

.., (_zfopnit AcmoNS. -Tr-WJl«a _fl»ibaro.ii«JMJticed good actipps ( aw_^iile_#, ttej5 bec_^m_# §_$§w ; _pleasure in. lfhenif and when |hj;_wf us>^^^ wea do5 _^h_^_mOife '_qtiemry_^1 _«_% 1 _^1 _qupnj_^y _Jo&_^c_^_B theyJig_^l_^_irito S?«_S»»** _ViUotson. *"; _, ' - onpt

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

_DR1SI0N OF THE OLD _SCHOOL PRESBYTE RIAK CHUR0_H. _, _. That our Church is to be divided into North and South, at least for a time, is manifest. And that an evil spirit is using means which are wicked, to effect the rup« ture, is certain. The cause alleged, as justifying their conduct, by the movers in the scheme, is-the act of the last General Assembly, known a3 Dr. Spring's resolutions. The offensive part of the resolutions) is as follows: • » " This General Assembly, in. the spirit of that. Christian patriotism which the Scriptures enjoin, and which has always characterised this Church, do hereby acknowledge and declare our obligations to promote and perpetuate, so far as in us lies, the integrity of these United States, and to strengthen, uphold, and encourage, the Federal Government, in the exercise of all its functions under our noble Constitution: and to,. thi s Constitution , in all its provisions, requirements, and principles, we profess our unabated loyalty." ¦ ' ...

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

EASTERN SUMMARY _BOSTON AND NEW-ENGLAND. 1 The Shoe Business of Boston has been for, many years very large, * and a large 'trade has been carriedf'on with the South in this line.J So dependent has that part p f the country been on " the shoes of Boston, that it has been a wonder to many how the people there could, be now supplied with this indispensable* article. The Shoe and Leather Reporter of last week gives the following supposedv explanation that reflects pretty, severely on the-loyalty of some-shoe houses: Rumors-_^ of smuggling operations have been circulated, and several prominent houses have fallen under suspicion of indirectly giving aid and comfort to. the enemy by selling shoes and other goods to be conveyed_^ to the South, via the British provinces' and' Cuba. Since the capture'by our troops of the forts at Hatteras_^ two such vessels, among others, loaded' with shoes, blankets, clothing, &c, have fallen into our hands, and the bills of lading on one o...

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

THE MTIONAI FAST Thursday, September 26th, 1861, was a point of time likely to be noted in the history of our country. The suggestion, by both houses of Congress, of a religious observance, the language of their resolution, the terms used in the President's Proclamation, and the following Proclamations of the Governors of States, comprise the m6s;t ' _* _J" ) ¦ I distinct recognition of God's being ' and . * 1 *¦ 1 providence, his right to dispose of nations and national affairs, his justice and mercy, that has occurred since the Revolution. We would take this as an indication of the existence of a reforming spirit in our national regard for the institutions of Christianity ; and the more especially, so when it is accompanied by a general order from the War Department, protecting the sanctity ofu the Sabbath, and. suppressive of drunkenness and other immoralities. We claim to be a Christian people. We are a Christian people; and it is to be hoped that, hereafter, bur public ...

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

Rev, Br. Krehs declines to "be a Professor in the _North Western Theological Semi-1 nifty.' Arrangements _atre made to carry on the Seniihary with three Professors. ¦ _jl ReY, T_._P. Htlllt, the distinguished Temperance Lecturer, now chaplain of the Seventh Kegiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, gives a very gratifying account of the interest manifested by the men, in the things of religion. _, _' _, Western Virginia sand Episeopaey.—It is •• said that there is not an Episcopal pastor now in Western Virginia. There were a few,1 till lately; but by reason of Seces' sionism and other causes, they have removed. Rev, f&otge MeMH, one of the editors of 1 the Nbrih" Carolina Presbyterian , died, at f, Ms, residence in Fayetteville, a few weeks i ago. ,-i He was about thirty-five years of age. He is succeeded by 1iis brother, Kev. _. Uames_^H. MoNeixl, who was, till seces-3 _^i6a times, a Secretary in the American Bible Society. _^ * f Synods of Indiana and Northern Indiana^—^oi...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

HOME AND FOREIGN RECORD Our! notice of the October number of the offietMl organ ot our Church, shall be ' very briefYj_,;,., .: , . . . _':. ,., ' . . _. ...,. ,,; _;T , ,,», 1 DOMESTIC MISSIONS..„. (i ,.. k> Ther letter of Dri JanewjI_^_t . to; the Presbyteries should be readwithiatterition by all our Church members, and serioBsiy cpntemplated by every _ininisfer. There is a work _,to _beJlone_, which demands .united effort, and which cannot be deferred without lpSS.'; S? 'VV '' .: ; _^ - i_"' 1 _^:: ' .. ._". We! regret: the necessity which causes the re_9ignatipn of Ilev. R. Ai De Langky , p.D._^ Secretary of the South-western Advisory; Committee. Dr; De LAngey was & good _officer. He will doubtless find work inn the!Master's field..; His resignation he asks may be dated from May 31st, as he declines-to. draw any salary since that time. Bbceiets :in.-August: at Philadelphia, $5,216; at Louisville, $290. /. .-.' ¦ us, l\.r. ! EDUCATION. :,_;j _f ~, , _/ Th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

THE _« BA3fKER » FOR THE SOLDIERS tWe jbeiiev-eifc is the almost unanimous ' opinion; of .the most devoted chaplains in the army,'thatr ino other religious reading is so aeceptefole to the soldiers as that of religious newspapeirs. Many will read a leligious newspaper who will not read a tract or a bobkv The distribution of re_^ • li_^_ious newspapers to a company or a regi-,.m_<ent is always ' a _weleome fcime! And chaplains say that no paper is more welcome • than the Banner, because of its variety, and its wakeful attention to every "thing of present, living interest. As op-• portunity _^ oceurred, we have _beem sending _| our, paper io pur brave men in the field , and money has been sent us_^for the pur--*^os e> - We nowlpropose to send forty eopies oa o _i1 fa ?Gr {6t Mt _* Cents ' weekl y_> or *%%• copies for one dollar, to any com-* pany or regiment for which they may be ordered. The Adams' Express Company generously_^agrees to-<kliver them f...

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

SWOB OF _PITTSBURGH ' \( , The members of the Synod of Pittsburgh, -and _^licentiates under its care, who expect to attend its approaching sittings at Kitft anriing, will greatly oblige the Committee *^^?ra _°8 Bmeilte by .giving the undersigned 'immediate notice thereof. And pastors, _Kwiio, willjbe accompanied by Kuling Elders, care especially requested so to signify. " Provision 1 will be made for all; but early attention to tKe above requests will much facilitate the " labors of the*Oommittee, and " prevent delay or embarraissnient. f ._^ Members,, on arrival, will report them-,. selves at the vestibule of the church, when . tireir requirements will be attended to; ' J-AiEXANDEE Fulton , >r * ¦ • ¦¦' ¦\ ' _n \li ,Vi &hairman of Committee. ' ' _Mttwiimigt , Sepi T 25,1861., ,- ' .. fOn account-of the Fast Day, we went to _^ije ss a fe_^lucmrs_= earlier, last week, than s usual This _^prevented theabovefrbm ap-$ _jfiearlng in-thafcdssue.—-Eds.]

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

Rev Dr. Scott, of San _Franciseo,we are sorry to find, still holds out against'his own church, and favors the rebel cause. • A-dispatch dated San Francisco, Sept. 21, says . " The most exciting topic of _discusSion in San Francisco, within the last three days, grows out of a discussiQ*. which took pkce-at a Session _W Presbyterians, on a Vote touching the duty of the clergy to declare themselves on the side of loyal y and against rebellion, and p reach loyal doctrines to their congregations. Dr. W. A. _Scoxt, of Calvary, alone voted against the resolution, and protested against its adoption." _" His, congregation are said to be mostly loyal, and the community very properly leaves the_"matter in their hands.

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

* _llmfeste_^ §arattr ' mfSaninttjmrohMW_^_-_^r_^ce the'iSmht1 ' tout* aii_^tUMwmm dmilixtpakh ( Ktent,a% or nearly all, •_Ofowr subscriber* mm 9Hm their papers addressed to them _Regularly by a _s&tgv_/Urty unique machinewhich.fastens • ' •onthtiokite'muzffitoviUaU _colored "addressHemp" or 'label«>7iereon<njwe«r» their name plainly printed, followed by the dale %¦*> which tKey'Mne paid for their papers~4Ms 'being_, authorized by an Act qf Congress. The' daU _wtll " 'always ocKdvqfoedon the receipt of subscription money ' iwiitfbtM<6eomiDmx with the amount so rece$oed,:an& thus be an ever-read^/ and valid r eceipt ; se curing to _ever yone, ¦ _fana at'atift/i'mks, a perfect knowledge of his newspaper ae-¦ antntstto'thatif any error is made he can immediately de« _tec ' tltdhdhaw it corrected—a boon alike valuable to the tpito'liskcrknd subscriber ft» it must terminate att painful . * _uti*_unHerstandings between them respecting accoun...

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

POSTME _STAMPS TJie 'old postage stamps are stillreceived ¦ in _prices where new stamps have not been furnished. But none are taken in Pitts -burgh.. ' Here the new stamps only are either given, out or received. Herice persons sending payment to us ioiU.please to send _mi_^j the Hew Stamps J and send none ' hu\ three Gent stamips. The old stamps are I utterly'useless here; and the Jive aiul ten cent, and larger stumps, we turn into money ! ij mtH great difficulty.

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

AnhuTn Theological Seminary. —This Seminary has now sixty-eight students; thirtyone in the Junior Class—the * largest Junior Class that the Seminary ever hadj the Middle Class numbers twenty-four; the Senior, thirteen. ' ' \ *

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