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

SOLDIER'S POCKET-BOOK IN. GERMAN. The Presbyterian Board of Publication, No. 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Have prepared a German Translation of the "Pocket-Book, which is ready for sale and distribution, at $aj per hundred. The size is 32mo, and it contains a Calendar for 1862—Advice to SoldierB—Short _Prayers_^-Selected Psalms—Scriptnre Selections—ThirtyHymns, which have been selected with special reference to their use by German:;; and closes with " Hints to Soldiers about Health and Habits." SIXTY THOUSAND COPIES of the English Edition have been _printed, and from every quarter we hear of its being received with favor,- and used with profit by the Soldiers. As but little is published for the German Soldiers in their own languageit is hoped that this edition will be equally acceptable, and that their friends will avail themselves of the opportunity of supplying them. ' • ' The Board have also published THE SINNER'S RESOLVE—(«Just as I Am") on Card, for Hospital use, at 50 ...

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

The Battle of Rpanoke. • _TDhe following is the.official list of killed and _WKHi&id : !¦!-. ¦ .•/ -: ,\ -' r . ' i ' ¦ '¦ ' ¦ •• _¦ ¦ ¦• ¦ .; ;^i ' \ ESSlea in the armyv.i.......i_».._^...........w..U.. 42 _OSMed in the navy.............. 8 Total kmed,.._«.u....J.._™:.._£..l;...;:_i... 50 ¦Wonrnled in thearroy,.................1.............2O9 W-ouniied in the navy............................... 13 Total wounded-...v.......;.I;.!v._;..i:. 222 TDbese losses in the Navy include the' attack _aaadeat Elizabeth City. ; 7 . _^ BDhe official list of the prisoners now foots up astfctflows: .. . . !¦ ¦ ...,. ¦ ¦ •; •¦•,-.,. ¦ ¦: ' ... _SorasandeTed " to Gen. Foster,....................1 ,998 ¦Suimendered to Gensl Reno and Pare,;....... 520 iBx»s«Eers captured by tbVNavy;;:._».-.;'.;,' .. -... 9 Total _^prisoners _takenii..:;._U.!...i_^._^^i2.527 'B5h * arms, on taking an inventory, counted up In fthe depot near Camp Raleigh _tepen tons of fixed/ammunition psere discovered conce...

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

g_*i ENEVA _iYIALE AND FE3ML_1L_.E IH-^"" STITUTB. "Geneva College," and " Geneva female Seminary," located in Northwood, Logau County, Ohio, and for many year* in successful operation, have been combined into one Institution, under the control of an entirely new Board, and will be opened early in April, under the above name. The Seminary building is commodious and handsomeand is capable of affording accommodations for fifty boarders—in also provided with piano, stoves; beds, chairs, tables, *c &e The College building, some three hundred yards distant, is much superior to the generality of College buildings in the West. ' -I* is proviied with a large apparatus , small iibnwy, and a Societv room, elegantly and expensively _famished The Board are desirous of securing the services of a President and. Professor,.to take charge, of ,th,e school at the *nproachingSumiiierterm. . Itis desirable that the _Principal or. Professor shouWUire in control ot the female xtn the Spminar...

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

Tb.e War Policy. Commodore Foote, on taking Clarkesville, Tenn., writes to Secretary Welles : "We have possession of Clarkesville. The citizens being alarmed, two-thirds of them have fled, and having expressed my views and< intentions to the Mayor and Mon. Gave. Johnson,; at their .request I have issued a proclamation, assuring all the peaceably disposed persons that they may, with safety, assume their business avocations, requiring only the military stores .and equipments to be given up, and holding the military authorities responsible that this shall be done without reservation." The Constitution being maintained and | private rights respected, ' Tennessee1 will _[ soon be pacified. Two-thirds of the people are ' Union men, if they can be. assured of :; Union rights.,. r

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

Tuesday, February 4th, at the residence of Mr. James Logan, West _Pennsboro', Cumberland Co., Pa.,, Mr. Thompson Hifk&bboweb to Miss.MABT C. Logan. At the resideriqe of the bride's father, on th_« 13th inst.by, Rey.f;Joseph Kesbitt, Mr. John W. Habbib, ; of Lock Haven_^Pai, to Miss Mabt D., only daughter of Andrew White, Esq., of Bald Eagle Tp., Clinton Co., Pa. On the 19th inst., by Rev. R. Lem, Mr. _SiBEii Bennet to Miss Eliza Waikeb-On Thursday, February 13th, by Rev. John H. Sherrard, Mr. Rufus CBAia to Miss Maggie Anderson, both of Clarion; Co., Pa. By Rev. J. F. Boyd, on the 16th ult., Mr. Samuei K._Eakiit to Miss Nakot Davidson, both of Irwin Tp., Venango County, Pa. On the 24th ult., Mr. L- G_: Reddick, of Scott Co., Iowa, to Mrs. S. A. Pabk, of Mercer Co., Pa. On the _l3th inst., Mr. J. Hummeii to Miss _ABMANEtiA Wiii-iAMsoN, both of Wolf Creek Tp., Mercer County, Pa. February 13th, by Rev. A. M'Gaughey, Mr; LlBBEAUS HlQHBEBGEB to MlSS JULIA A. McMAStebs,: aH of...

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

_PBESBITERIAL NOTICES Tke _PRESBITTEEX OP BLOOMINGTON will inset at Mackinaw church, (Pleasant Hill,) on TuesdayApril 8th, at 7 P. M. Churches will be called on for Sessional Records, Settlement with Pastors and Supplies, and Commissioners' Fund, as. follows, viz.:. Crow Meadow, $5.00; West Urbana, 5_^5 0; Union <3wjve, 6.00;. Towanda, 4.50; Reading. 1.50; W«pella_, 1.00; Dwigbt,1.50; Gilmari, 1.00; El P*_eo, 2.00; Sulphur Spring, 1.00 jBloomington _^ 1S.O0; Monticello, 2.00; Waynesyille,: 12.50.; Clinton, 5.50; Metamora, 3.00; Lexington, _^.50; S«lem,*6.pO; Ashkum, l.bp; Secor, 1.00; Cedar _Foint, 1.00; Deer Creek, 6.00; Galloway, 1.00; M>ania, BM; Farm Ridge, 200;! Low Point, 2.60; Mackinaw, 4.00; Harmony, 2.00; Onarga, 5.00; Tolono, 1.00; I Cheney's Grove, 1.00. j v R. CONOyiR, Stated Clerk. r The PRESBYTERY OF CLARION will meet in BrookVilleV the First Tuesday of April _netft, at 11 o'clock A. M; D. M'CAY, , / Stated Clerk.

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

H EADING FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Camp Library. THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Libraryconsisting of TWEN_._TY PIVE VOLUMES, 18mo., inclosed in a boxat the low price of $3.0 ; among which are " General 'Havielock,"1 " Capt. Hedley Vicars," "Capt. Hammond," "The'Blue Hag," " Young Mnn from Home." ¦ ' . ., Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tracts, at $2.00, are put up to accompany the Library, when desired. ; . ..'_- ¦ THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of' twenty-five volumes, in flexible covers, containing the Soldier's,Texfc-booki Soldier's Hymn_«, The Soldiers and Jesus, Story "of Lucknow, and other appropriate works. $2.00.5 •¦ ¦ ¦ '; ¦ ¦ ¦¦ •¦•-¦ ¦ ¦ '¦ '<_- - '" "¦ ¦ s _-^': The. American _ITract Soeiety, has furnished gratuitously many hundreds Vf thousands of pages of Tracts tb the soldiers of Pennsylvania, as well »s others. The friends ot-the soldiers are availing themselves of .the opportunity of putting into their ha...

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

rjV O I N V A X I D S . Do Not Despair Until You Have Tried the .Water Cure. THE PITTSBURGH WATER CUBE _ESTABLISHMENT is delightfully situated on the banks of the Ohio, ten miles West of the city. We have treated many hundred cases of nearly every kind'of disease, and' can refer to patients all over, the, country.whpin_,we have restored to health, after everything else Jiddfa'Ud: The following are ' . among the diseases we have treated successfully: Incipient Consumption,. Asthma, BronchitisCoughs, Scrofula, every form of Skin Disease, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint; ConstipationvoftbeBoweli, Spinal Irritation, Neuralgia, Itheumatism, LumbagoNervousness, all Diseases of tho Reproductive Organs, DiabetesDropsy&C, &c. TO FEMALES suffering.with diseases peculiar to their sei, we appeal with confidence, as we rarely Ml to effect cures in those cases. ' We not only cure you of your diseasebnt we entirely remove from your system the bad effects of the poisonous drugs you. ha...

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

msrE_'-nryrrB'THE op _V_- f theipublfcto the PHILADELPHIA' -i HouiSeJceeping 1)17 (^ods Store. Z where may be found a large assortment of all kinds of Dry (_Jobds, required in furnishing a house, thus saving th • trouble usually _experienced in hunting such articles,.in various places. In consequence of our giving our attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of dress and fancy goods, we cttn guarantee our prices and styles to be the most faverable in the market. ' " . - ¦' Z_^ LINEN GOODS,' we are able to give perfect satisfaction,1 being i the Oldest £ttablished Linen Stare in the city, and having been for more than twenty years regular importers from some of t_^f best manufacturers in Ireland. We offer, also, a large stock of; ¦ FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, Of the best qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowest prices. Also, Blankets, Quilte_, Sheetings, OSckingsDamask Table Clothsand Napkins, TowellingsDiapers, Huckabacks, Table and Piano Covers, DamaskB and Moreans, La...

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

MEW PILL AND _WXJTTE " R - .Vr L; ;:. ¦ '¦ -MJ._* ' a CLOTHING, * _' ; ..::_?-i..'V_' ON ;TnE .CASH SYSTEM—the only system that enables us to sell Goods cheap these unsettled times. Cash is onr motto; and nnder that-plan we are now prepared to offer a fine stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHS, OASSIMERE8, VKSTINSSaiad dVER-COATINQS, bought with " C«sh, which 'enables us. to offer goods at the lowest possible price Also, a line Stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, of the Latest Styles, always kept on hand. ¦••'•¦ ¦ -; ••• •¦¦ H. SMITH, Merchant Taylor, - mart7.iv lio. 84 _wjfie Rtreet.' PHtubnreh. _^PRING STYJLES FOR _Greiitlem_^n_'s G-armeiits_, In great variety; embracing In part, a largo and well selected stock of'Fancy French and English - '• ¦ ¦ .' " * ¦¦ ' i.i ._S CASSIMERES AND COATINGS, Together with, as flna an assartment of Blac_\ and Colored CLOTHS AND VESTINQS, _" as " the'manufactories of _Euj?pp«_t can protfnce,whlct) are adapted to tho wants of gentlemen ot taetfl, wh...

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

MashTille _Sarrendered. Mm. Louis, February 251—^The Republican's _>_Caiue dispatch says that the occupation of Nash-<_viHe iis confirmed. Our troops took possession wkihaut opposition. Floyd fled, as usual. Gbe report that Gov.. Harris has ordered all ithe . _IBcnnessee troops to lay down their arms and jgo4»OBQe,'is also confirmed. '' ' * Wm Tennessee Legislature is called for next _Monftay. _Jfo opposition to the Union movement is made _an_'ywlaere on the.Cumberland.:i, . ,, ,, 5 •¦ > •iai&e absence of an official telegram,, we feel -douWfial of the surrender,,, _as:a fact; accomiplisbei, but have no doubt of its occurring -very

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

This paper is furnished to Clubs of Twenty or more at thi low rate of $1,25 per annum;'with an additional copy to tho person getting up the Club. To Clubs of Ten or more, at $1.25_^ T_% Single Subscribers at $1.50, when tent bj Mail. To Single Subscribers in Pittsburgh or Allegheny gnpph_' ed by the Carrier, at $2.00. Address- / DAVID M'KINNEY & CO., PRESBYTERIAN BANNER, -: PITTSBUBGH. PA.

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

FigM on _SaTannaj fiiyer. ITisw-Yoek, Eebruary 22.—The steamer At-Mtmtic ftifings the folio wing report from' Gen. Viele m. relation, to the_^fight ou the. Savannah ¦ xivec*m. the 15th inst.: _\ r ., .. „ ; I _Jkot_» the honor to _reporf thai the batteries on Veaias Point were attabked' at 3 o'clock P. M. •yestea'Say, by fo«r rebel _guniboats, with a view of ¦_effoctaag a passage from Ft.[Pulaski for the rebel «teaaaeE8 then-<at that placet After, an engage-•meat of'«ne Sour the rebels _twere driven off, the _tfiag -ofiieer's boat being _disabled and taken in tow, *nd the steamers that attempted the passage •of _<ie x&mr returning to_;Fort _Pulaski. r

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

PITTSBTJBOT , MARCH 1, 1862.

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

TKTATBOJIA O,_£,I_. _vi _^_w ¦t , -*_-_^ This «»rbon OH, manufactured by the Fenn_«ylvanl_« Salt Manafecturing-Compabyris 'enti*»_JJVft*e l from »»nsivWodbr. iWasurpasseain the ' bril»»B<*of_^L_^itit _affo_^s , _nnd wll _s_^_._Wlode.. Consumers. <^_hfuW always V& fur NAIKON_^P_11 ' Dote on account-<_$ <_jfuaU«y _»»_"_* <*_"_*P "T il _orders or_%tere ' or^»lry.add^^to GEORGE _answSfe_. «W»il

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

~ * . _. ± - _^.- -_«-¦ » _avI _iVTA/_1 A TEXT_^BUQK. OF THE _JUBTUJK_,* U* _^uu-j TRINES. By Dr K R. Hagenbach, Professo_* •of T&sology in the University of Basle By Henry B. Smith, D, A, Professor in tie Union Theological Seminary, New York Vol II «VQ. Pp. 658. 1862 New-York Sheldon $ pm<gms_®_mw'&>*_# arasatrrrxw "tTpon the appearan ce of the first volume of this _%ork, we e_"x|>resse<_Lour opimoiu>f its great value, and the seorinct_^_omSie Duvincreasesthe estimate then formed. ^^ AjnfemoaH edjt g2Xf ^*f _$mi t t _£» "_^_u giy *3 5?' eompleft fevision "* ancl correction of the Edinburgh edition, with _^a_^ge addition s from the fourth German edition, and other sources The _references ,to _^ _9_gligit?/_kn_^_A»eri oatt th|ological litefatWe a¥e _APHtrM irih« Was will allow New sections have also been added, on portions of the " History of Doctrines " not fully treated in the original, 112 The German Reformed Theology j Th...

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

The Pet Canaries. < - OB, _^_THB HESSON OF FAITH, " A penny for your thoughts, darling," ana Mrs Clifford put ner arm affectionately around her little daughter/_IBHes_" _, Js she stood gazing thoughtfully _jnto herbiroT oage, and at its fluttering inmates. Ellen looked uptinto her moth_' er's face and smiled, but somewhat pensively " 1 am thinking, mamma , what ca_^be ther rea-, sonHnat Millie' Wd %i_^ift'1 are afraid of me Should you not think that they wduld love me when I do so much _ior them?" " Certa.raly, they ought to, Ellen, if they properly appreciated your care of them " "But they do not love me at all, mamma, and yet I do everything that I can to nlake them comfortabTe'Wd Tiappy" I _giye them fresh seeds and water every day I cover the cage with green leaves to shelter them,.-from the sun, and X am sure that I never did them any harm rm my life, but _sometimes, you know, I must bathe their feet if they become sore, or cut their, nails, lest they should hang the...

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

THE n- _.IN0I8 CEWKM- »«** » _;f^|pi|jf _ISbS 1,200,000 ACRE&W _J_^g&tiff* ' l_« fraefe of Forty Acres and _W ward,«»B_^n& _fe_^ _™ SffiOHAKICS, PABMEE&&_^raKKJSQMEHmHK attention of the enterprising and industrious porllUoaof the, community Is!directed to_.ihe foll?^ _Btetements " and liberal inducement? offered_^ by.th_^ iiinrois _W_^al (_raji! »ojjd GpMPAift,: vKicn_^ the_> will _perceire _^ enable them _^ byprpbe7ene r_^_yper se verch«e_^idtoVi«stry,_toJ r(Mdecom. _pafatrfeV speaWng _^ Te_^_Upe_^_pitaJ. . __ . _^._^ ¦ ¦_-_—'' ¦ • ": i_^_TOjM._iHDf<8fl.!",{ ' : ;!i i_^ _': |^^tat0 _inlh_^T_^^ taeifi_^fesiPE ioDtersso great _M _tedftoftrient to ' flie _^tler _afci ne StateatWnom.--¦_riiere is no portion of, aie._^_Qrld_, _^_hg mal_^of g»W_* tons of climate and _soU so admirably com _, bine,tQ profttfCe4Koseiw<?_'#edt'W _pty _VdWirtmaf _ab the j_^_air_^sjofjUlinoiB, . fiP <. ' : ¦¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ _[{: ' ' _i; 1 ' ' ¦ ¦...

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

I am as Good as 'Anybody! _f Are jou, indeed ? The_,n7 we hpnpr _jou;_, from Juhe .depths of _v our _,n_^.ture, for the wo(r_|d (contains unquestionably some very good_,u veryt excellent ' ppople _^ Thf ere nr_^ those whose da ' ily life. is a religion, whose hearts are full of the cnildlike swe6tneas oif reverence and trust They are prone to j foigetf tnemselvesc m their brotherly kind- ' ness toward a neighbor It is'a pleasure to be near thenij and you, we are glad tot learn_^are _^_te _'as _^ good as they _wl "No_^you1 don't'meanf that,_'°exactly ' ' You only_'meari to assert 'ybur _Social e4uality wAfar-the _^ loftiest and the proudest Iirb eijt_^,,equality and fraternity_^ are a 090-defbed jsunjmary; of your social creed _,t Yery well Society as . known Jto contain ! a» limited number -of aCedmphshed men and women ' _1_| boasts a fey stars of tWfhst magnitude,x _ap,_^well asmyriads ot_, lesser lights, from the luminous _pointy _thaijstud the blue, to the millions that are o...

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

UiW ThCoSong of.tlie Dying Christian. - 4._UO _4._UHV l_> _Ailg _k_7_^_UitALiJ.l._L4X _J._XXXCO <** _V _H _JmLV l*~ res ChretienneSjd_^_s E_^hses _Lutheriennes " A Frar ikforl>-Buxrle-Mayne 1740 "II iaut que chaque honfme meut*e " '< 'Tis God's decree that all shall die, _ThiS_'_eArfcli i _is not _niy home, My native land is far on high, ' _, 1 _^ _Beyond _^ the starryj dqr_^ie ( i _r I ne'er can reach th_© .heavenly sphere, i ''Tb_'galn the he " avenly crown, *t _fnlit inr vile corrupti_'oii here I've laid my body down y ' _t \' jut _^ \ i O, Th_,o,ur to whom alljworlds pertain , From earth thou callestme, I" * _^n 'd gladly! I, _ihWu_%h sickness, pain, - _, && _fctth_^H11 mto _^ee _^M[yo trust and hqpe, Q, Heavenly Sire, caQn thee _LstilL repose, r Do thou, through Christ?, when I expire, How vast the love " oTChrist, who came To _*_CWo&j P' _' _f f _ir Anamnderwent the cross's shame] _t > That I may 'scape from "w...

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