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

_§O0lf _|_KtB>r , AN ELEMBNf JfcSY ALGEBRA, _^Designed fir the use ot Ootamon, Private, and High Schools, Academies, Female _Seminaries, and Private Students. By John F_^ StoddardA.M., and W. D. Eenkte. Neir-Y6rk: Sheldon & Co. THEiJM_^RSW_^^_aBB _^ BAj. _PeagnficLfo_^ _thcBit _w JliptfSe'MoIs, _AcaaemieB/affd College*. By John F. Stoddard, A. M.\ author of *« _StxwJdard's Arithmetical Series," etc., and IF. J?» Eenklei rPripfeiio_? fofjjfathematics in the Southwestern Normal School, Lebanon, <M&. New-York: Sheldon £ Co. The«dfl_^ofj&_^ _natives the following history and character of the above works: ! " Mr. Stoddard has a remarkably clear mathematical M>nd,.a[hiBh>'h»> has* _trainedjqhjefy, ;by his dw» _lfelli«i_*n* byWeIchiBg, H6 wind We has devoted his life. He thought out his intellectual arithmetic in taking a class through a series of lessons, which he extemporized; and when it was prepared for the press, being y...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

Milk and Honey. , [SELECTED _70K XHE BANNER. ] Obedience to Grod is no procurer of mercy, but 'tis a mercy; for God makes the soul do what he commands; but the soul doth not make Grod do what he promiseth. We should take care that that which we find fault with in others, should not by others be found to be our fault. Duties done for God are no hindrance to duties to be done to God. Delays are not denials, and denials are not always refusals to prayer. 'Tis every man's duty to keep"" all the commandments of God; 'tis his sin, if he do not; but 'tis his misery s he cannot. God is as careful to chastise his people's wantonness, as to supply his people's wants. Christian meetings are things meet for Christians. It doth not benefit religious men to be religious by fits. The return of prayer calls for the return of praise. Where faith and love go not together, they are both wanting; they are both dead if once divided. ( , The inward peace which Baints feel, is not in freedom from trou...

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

Drunkenness. I kaew a man whose ships floated on every sea; everything lie touched _turned to gold; throughout his whole mercantile career he never failed, never suspend _^ d _^ i never asked an .extension. A large family of children survived nim; they were said to i be the most beautiful in one of the large'st1 _Cities 'of the nation. He himself was the handsomest of men; commanding in his appearance, courteous in his,s l man-. ners, affectionate _ia his domestic relations, indulgent to his children, devoted to his wife. During, his life he furnished money in the most lavish profusion for family expenditure,' _neVer making inquiry _atf to its dis posal. At his death he provided for his wife a magnificent income, and left every child rich. In the settlement of _shisjestate, scarcely a dollar was lost. He never was involved in a law-suit, and had ' but one partner in business, whom he left his sole executor: He had! three drawbacks: he was a gourmand; he was never drunk, but wast...

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

The Dogs of St. Bernard. Four great roads cross the Alps from Italy to Switzerland, one of which is the pass of St_; Bernard, At the top of this road, eight thousand feet above the level of the sea, in a dreary region of snow and rock, is the famous monastery of St Bernard. It is a,, great, strong, square, stone building,_% standing* alon.e, occupied by nionks_^_aoift ddgSj _- who_^e' kind Vtfention -to travellershds made them famousjbhjoughout the ivorld. Every"stick of wood, and everything to eat, b.as to be _brought up irom the village below, on the backs of mules at a great expense of time and money. Around, are tall, grim rocks, a little lake, scarcely thawing in August, and snow-banks, glittering through all the Summer sunshine. Dreary as it would seem to be, a beautiful velvet moss _creeps into life on the Southern slopes, and in the sunny hollow, of the rocks, blooming with little pink-blue and purple flowers, making one feel that the most desolate path may have friendly...

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

j ar. samsov, I -"**- _FCpiqSHINGh UNDERTAKES_^ t ; _JTff. 60 _SmitiLjUld _$preet, keeps _constantta_/_m hand a lar&\ assortment of JReady-Made Coffins, Metallic _Caress, _gtmmds, ' &c, of the _latent stylies. Personal Be*_ricesJ i&-1 all ' cases wheu Teqtrired, _afid no pains will be spared to _giref entire «afasfac-^ion,i and relieve _^he friends or)the _manjvnnpleasant duties necetearily connepfed -witli,the preparations for banal, at (greatly reduced p ' nees. Roonwopen day and'night Hearses _ynfl Cnrnagewfinrninhefl { r 1 ) Usepi-lt' J£I1>E ,OIL AND _fcEATfipERSTOiUBJ _, D. 1 KIRKPATRICK & SONS, I , .. No.-81 South. Tblra Street, 1 Between Makiet and Chebtnuj-Stbebts , Philadelphia, _* Have for Sale « ' _^P_^NlSH AIfB _QBBBN _SLAC0HTEB HIDES, CALCOI_* IA AND PATNA KIPS, TANNERS' QIL, &C, AT • THE LOWEST PRICES AND _TffpdN 5PHE BEST TERMS. J85* All kinds of Leather m the-roogh wanted, for which thehighe_^bmar^^Pnccwdibe _j gLvemn ...

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

ipgiceJGtatOTS* Life's Questions, Drifting away, * _^ Like mote on the stream, To-day's disappointment_^ Yesterday's dream; Ever resolving—Never to mend—Such is our progress—Where is the end ? Whirling away Like leaf in the wind, Points of attachment Left daily behind, _ft Fixed to no principle, _, Fast to no friend; Such 'our fidelity: WKere is the end ? Floating away, Like cloud on the hill, Pendulons, tremulous, Migrating s,till: Wh ' er,e to reppse _ourselves ? Whither to ,tend ? _, Such our consistency: Where is the _^ end ? Crystal | the-pavement / _»,. " * ¦* • Seen through the streain>: Firm the reality , Under the dream_; x , . ? - f We may not feel it, ' ' _, ' Still we may mend: How we have conquered Not known till the end. ' ' Bright leaves may scatter, Sports of the wind, But stands to the Winter The great tree _behind: , \ ' i Frost shall not wither it, Storms cannot'bend: > • Roots firmly clasping The rock , at the end. Calm is the firmament, _^ Over t...

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

_fj< A R R A K T ' S } . _; _, . Effervescent This valuable and popular Medicine has B»T™»_T "*«»« +_hTir«*fefcvorablo. recommendations of the Medical _^ Prrfe_^_oHnd the ?«bhc as the most efficient and agreeable Saline Aperient. * Tt mav be used with the best effect in .WTTTOUS AND FEBRILE DISEASES, GOUl, JW_"1 " _jj_^ COMPLAINTS WHEBK A Gentle ^^_tJSSt_^ " _^^ * !?_lWAvahds and Convalescents Captains of _Ve _< Land pSmPwS _* _nT it I _valuable add-on to their Medicine ??« m the form of a Powdercarefully put up in _bottlts_, to 1 _leep Zy climate, and merely m«1™«» J_«t_« poured.upon it to produce* delightful P effervescent bevetage Wnmerous testimonials from professional and other gen-«2SK2» iSert _standinlihrotig hout the country and _fiH_^_dU _yTncreiang popularity for a series of > ears, «troUg. ,_ar,te_^iteTffiCMy and valuable character, and com-Ita _ittte _^ _fevoraXiotice pf an _intelligent public TAEKANT'S CORDIAL ELIXER OF TURKEY RHUBARB Th,_s be...

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

TOHSr, A* RE»SB3_^TvBi 1 Family Grocer' aad Tea Dealer, Takes _pleasurein _announcing to ' his friends and custom that he has recently removed to,ihe;new and spacious w house, "'"' _» - >M» _t _Cornet4)f;tMbcrty and Hand1 _^tFee4s, ' ? _(Atfkvt&ottns above his old _slatid)) ' ' And having largely increased his _jBtpokJby _recent parch now offers to the public the most-extensive and complete sortment to b»;f_^un4 in this city, of _, > • f CHOICE _FAMILY aB,QC_3BRIES, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Teas, Spices, Pickles and Sauces, Preserved Fruits n great variety, Fish, Hams Dried Beef, &c, besides an assortment of Dt ome_^ic Housekeeping articles; thus constituting a Housekeepers Emporium, whdre most all articles that are useful or necessary for the Family all may be purchased 'at reasonable prices ' . ' _49_^^HOLBSAL£v AND> _«RETAn,."_«a. Catalogues _containing an extended list of my stack fur nished hy mailiif desired. _^ . _^ - _it Jf ,J[OHN A...

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

_^_JS_^K _^ ' !•_& Sligftt Cptd.cpiuglh _KtSflKft * r _^ &iajt s_^ h£&&t 'or ' _gfate W_^_Bnaj_^ _f&hjLajczt _, _hofiixifh might he _^HHHRB'r checked _iniEfa_'a sirrfple rem _^M_»_p_^ edy, _ifayiegrfagted , often terminates seriously. Few are aware of -the importance_^_qjr stopping- a J_^_auxufa. or _fli g ht _^aict in, "Us first stage ' ; _that _whiM in fid' KegTrwung- would yield to a _ttViM rerrfedy, if not _attended to, soon attapks '_$_&}' lungs. _, J_^j_^ _aujjrd_^. '_^jbOJftchlaJLr _^ff-ojih£& were first introduced eleven years ago. It 7ias%een provedL that t ' hey'are the hest _ttrtide before the pvJMo for " 't &aut_£h.s.i /@&L e£k t _^.f-anchrtLsii _JtzsiAma., i/jp _cdjCLfifih., the Backing- Cough in _$anr s_.u.rfthtL pn., and _nuyj_^_xms _^ affections of thej&fiiiq£t±f giuing- _immediate relief. JPupiic ' Speakers ' aha Singers, vjiU, JikaL them, effectual''jfor clearing- and streng_^teh in...

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

— 0 les! I take _tlHNPapers. * _pY QEOEGB B.,WATTS. O yes 1 I take the papers—Their _trifling cost is never missedj r Althought I've stood for forty years Upon the printer's list. ' U Talk not of warriors—Faust released Eart&t from the terrors of her kings—He twirled his snoic, and darkness ceased, And morning beamed along the_^East, On Freedom's burnished wings. _, O, yes! I take the papers, And sons and daughters tall alnd small, ' For they have been, through thick and thin, i The pastime of us all. ' _' 'T was nobly said, that should a star " Be stricken from the dome of night, A printing press, "f stationed there, Wauld fill the Tacutfm to a hair, And shed a1 broader light. . i That man who takes no_^paper, Or taking,r pays not when they're read , Would sell his corn to buy a " horn," Aad live on borrowed bread.. ' i _i The printer opes the wide domains • . Of Science—scatters Education All o'er'the land, like April rains; And yet his labors and his pains Are half ...

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

l&_*^ LIBRARIES -vpJLVr OF The Aineri_^ni Sand&y School Union FOHOiSTRtBUTlON. iThe $10 Sunday School _Libraries .fcr dis| _phiata»n as per _lpgaoy * n _WtU of the late CHARLES BREWER, will be ready lor_> delivery on and after July 10th, I860. _^eS_*m4ySchools --entitIed to-th_*e _Librariea are _ftose established in _Allegheoy . County,-E<^ smca-March 31st , 1860 * * ' -- * AppUcantqwiU be required torsubsenbe te' _rtatement giving name, _locatidn, and datoS of organi7Afaon of the School; name, and _PostjQffice address Of Superintendent; average _nnmter of teachers and scholars in attendance, and amount there contributed foe support of School. Reasonable evidence, by amount ofcontributions and otherwise, of the permanence of the School will be required. 'ASnJyto F. H-BATO_^ •PPy , _, O_^_atowj Cuke * auStom TUBt " -It Nn IT Fifth St. PitMlwinrh. JJART_^PEE & C_%, _, I COBNIB, OP FlEBT AND SHO_^T SX _REKTS, PTM8BBBOH,_t.EA. 1 '_Manufecturerso...

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

,,: !¦¦: ,- ._^ iMW_^iWMIV- _- . ¦ ¦ «- - '¦ ' "'¦ ¦ ¦ '_?1 : ' ' _DiA _' jou 'evemsread the ifaMe_*:o_$>^_ihc " Sna saM-Mfflf _figf _|ot;h <^ which undertook'ftdaiD_^_stbe traveller .jiart with Ms <)fhaitaii_^d,raio,|_iO_5 l _d_^giP0_tfte6_ting,.tearin up ^^^'t^^|)|^i|^^lt ,_^ a_^ _^^ upon;the traveller iti'fl_^liarrioanfe,:demanding i_^i_^ jS_^. f _f_^t^^cio_^_jMr ' n_^Ild %e th«#'fdbtainea. >?_Ki_0«_too(^-iatfh _wpped tit mom fjoiosely_.arcwuaa. nunj and _bravel y _wifchs]^6<3_^_to_^lagii.__:;'J|^' _foj jtf&i the _eau, BhimQ^>BoMy&t 'first u_£on field ' and 1 wood_^ aand_^i_^_Sfei_^ _pgattpoii _^^_a_^II_^ aoofced up. Warmer and _iwanmer _^ wa&ed the sun, 4lt_$f_^l§_isPfftj wi_^_Mning Ms . ¦j»-iti if-_)-ii'?a. ' j»i«: " v,-;i im % _giittty cloak, laid ifc tack upon his _Shoulders.. Higher -rose the sun, and sent forth his most fervid rays; then the traveller hastily threw off his cloak, and sat down, complet...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

OR PECTORAL TROCHES, Tor _tae _immeaiate Belief and certain Cure of Btc, JEto.j Etc. BELIEF _WABBAHTED Df TEH MINUTES , tion )to all to give them a fair trial. Pxice- »5 beats Per »o_3c. ka- Foe' sale in Pittsburgh _^ -R. B. Sellers A Co, B. A _aJmestock & Co., G. H. Keysar, and B L. _Pahnestock & Co nov30-4m' '

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

IleaveiL ._'. How charming is that word heaven ) _fsyhere no tears will ever fall, no groan be -leard, no sorrow be seen; where no sin _Jirill mar the perfect joy, no death bring it _! .to anrefn<I. '._^On_^ weary h_^art_/thire Is " "rest ' for you. ' '0h, burdened heart, there is full ;; pardon, _andthojiness for you. Do-eickness and pap make Jife a burden, ' ? Sipkness an.d pain never enter there. Do sinners : vex you ? Nofee but the hol y are there. Do you wish perfect holiness and perfect '_^bliss ? You will find them there . Blessed -Jesus ! in thy name, relying on thy mo_^te, I hMmbly'bdpe " Tor _hetven. '

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

PITTSBURGH _FEMALE COLLEGE-11 *»«t j_£g*raMtf TEACHERS _Biuldmiss teachers, andico«rso of study, of tho first class. _Suwnor _feciEafforded_^n the Ornamental branches At" _vmSS _DOLLARS pen term, pays for boardmp light, _fes «»* _«_bS

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

Are ion Called to the Ministry? The duty of every Christian'to ' examine himself whether be be in' the faith, is one of universal acknowledgment among the people of G-od. The fact that a_^man? is in eomnrapios with the visible Church, presupposes that he has duly considered whether he has been called into the kingdom of Christ by the Holy Spirit, and that he often _reviews the evidence on which at first lie rested the conclusion that he was _indeed a childiofGod. This is all right _s and wise $ 'but we! are afraid that there is _another question very closely connected with the interests of the kingdom of Christ in this world, equally obligatory, and claiming no less our most earnest consideration, which a large number of Christian men, either never consider at all, or else consider very superficially. ! This question is the one; placed at the head of this article. It is our purpose to jcrall to it _^ the attention of two classes of _Christians: . 1. Those who have already _»0nsi...

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

IBIOPEaJS COftEISPONDESCi: _' Memorial in _Twrubr of Calvid—TKe Gmevese Cvre_^- l lar—D'Aubigne"its _AutKori_^_Cblonization ''mid' the Duke of'Neweastle-_^_Scoildn(_tand_\Mtal' Stckis _^ _^.tics—AS_'.&yrsiiiff:" Ultrajnantdnisti-—Impenitent ' Mome and Heir FaU-—2_^un_^ies ,injEngland _t 4ndi Kidnapping—The Ragged jSehqol Unifm-iUnd Miricte-—Local Efforts _andfAmveraaries_^'The Lord' Mayor — Judge Payne1 and his _EffeUwh _;" Fun." .. _- ,::. . ¦ ¦' . ¦¦ > ¦; ;:-..\=. ¦ .• ¦: • < ' h)?.y\_vi -r :»•:..-.- LONDON , F_0k: fS, _1862r ; ¦ _< A ME_*o_»_Rmt; to Cal_^_i nj' _iir_; _hik|pwn c_^y, was stfgjgested _during the' sitting^\of the Conference, at Gehevsf.L The idea was reeeived with special favori The following statemeritiis now, I! "presume_^, being circulated elsewhere, but. my .knowledge of its existence arises from its having " appeared in the Banner of Ulster,' as addressed to Professor Gibson, of the Irish General Assembly College at [Belfast/ Do...

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

Troubles in Missouri. [The following from Sparta, Mo., will give our readers a little knowledge of the troubles of Christian brethren, and help them to appreciate their own home cornforte.] Deab Sir i-_^r-Tihe past year has been one pf. great trial ;in this s State, especially to those of us who have had the courage tp remain loyal to oiir General Government. We have-passed thrbrigh ma' ny_^difficulties, and we do sincerely hope and pray we may never have to .experience .the like again1 . And not only in a political point of view have we had trouble, but also in our church. Our church is but small, only twenty-one members, and all have been, and are now, firm friends to the eausesof the Union, and to our beloved (_general < Assembly. But our misfortune was ? last Spring,.to employ a minister,* as Supply, who was a Secessionist, both in 'regard to bur General Goverifment1 and tou bar General Assembly.l: He preached -to Us till November, when we .differed so far; from him. ...

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

The Banner and Urti Soldiers. [A young lady wltt);!sent a copy _ofrthe Banner to her brother _f iu the armyj_«thus writes to us:] 5i= _Rev. and _Deajs, Sm :—^ _STo't, long iince, IJ seiit a. note informing _vtfti_, bf the reception'of'two papers, one of wliich I infornfe'd you I'seiit to one of the soldiers of the 2d Kegiment Ni J. volunteer_^, ft, will ju_^t copy a part of the answer I _received from him on the reception of the _* pa'_per. After mentioning the reception of _several papers which he valued Very highly, he says: _£r ' 1 " But I must'say that thegreatest treat I have had in the newspaper line was the arrivalbf some copies of the Presbyterian Banner, a. paper, the reading of which1 I have enjoyed since its first"piiblfcation until last Spring. With what eagerness I examined i_|, and with' what satisfaction I found'it to be the same old paper that It used to be 1 How oftenhave I thought ' Mi the Banner\%_nH wondered whether it rbmained the samel Whether those valu ...

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

; For the Presbyterian. Banner. Our ClmrettV _^ It must be confessed _^ the events of.the past year have presented some new phases iii the Presbyterian Church of which_, your ipaper is an organ, and your correspondent a presbyter. It may be, as we are informed it already is at the Sputh_^-iihat the way is preparing for a reunion of the two branches at the North. But of this I do iiot design to;speak:paTtieularlyrat;presen& . 1 There are matters f'pertaming to our own Church, which are] ofrfgreat interesty and which will come up for adjudication and discussion at the next meeting of our General Assembly?' The subjects of the Boards, and the 1 finances of the Missionary Societies, in particular, will require much attention. Our Mome Missions are greatly curtailed _^ when there is the greatest need of them. Other denominations are occu pying fields, all ready for the harvest, among the. late slave population in North and South Carolina; and very soon, by 'f'the signs _: o...

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