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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Good Servants. When so many housekeepers are complaining of incompetent and inefficient servants in their homes, it is pleasant to meet with testimony like the following, of an opposite character, from Mrs. Sigourney, related in Thayer's Ehme Monthly: " It has been my good fortune to have employed several who were faithful in the services, and reciprocated every expression of kindness. This alleviated, on their part, any sense of hardship, and made their exertions a pleasure. I greatly valued every evidence of their attachment, and though the complexion of some of them had a darker sh_^de, they were to me as my own flesh and blood. Indeed, those of the latter description have seemed to me inclined to put more heart into their work, and therefore to call more forth in return. Twenty-five years was I served by such a one, to whom our interests were her own, who delighted to see our guests, exulted in our joys, and in our bereavements sympathised_^ Difference of colour was no barri...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Weeds in Fields. Some of our farmers are complaining, in their letters, of the weeds that spring up in their fields after the usual time of.jhoeing, etc.; and some_*are so much in fear of them that they go( thro _. ugh their corn and potato fields and pull up, hand-by-hand, what the hoe did not properly notice. -One reason for this extra labor is a desire to destroy the seeds of the weeds, so that none will appear next year. But men of experience know that .if every weed is pulled up and burnt, it will make but little difference in the growth of another season. Most fields are full 1 of the seeds of weeds.. Some vegetate this year and some next year. ' We can hardly afford to pull up field weeds by hand where a plow can pass freely. When a field is permitted to lie fallow in order to give it rest, and improve the soil, we prefer to see a large growth of weeds on it, for then the plow has1 Something to bury and turn to manure. We sow oats, or buckwheat, on ,poor soils for the ver...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

;^P*s_: IBarlow looked up_;with a timid, halfbastfiul airrat her husband. sa She ,did. not _mieife his _eyesj fofi he 'AadlfurnedfthenTpartly away. _^ _>t _,( , * •_r_^l_^es , ,d _«a _' r Jeuny, go on?" " The husband's, _buoyancy of _^ toue wa_^ _^gqne _^ In its Dlace was something tender and pensi., , _^tittWMdf_^n_^_ndiimv _frkfil this morning, as _yotrwill _remember. He seemed- perverse, I thought'—cross, as we call it. ¦• — _j _duuwa _uuiiniii ~~ --v_» «v * UVW v/1 uJUll>v/_O <i|m|8 ; 'but, _^ ,remembering myf gpod resolutfotf; I put_^ on' _tht trmor 'of patie_'nee, and never let? Mm hear a toner of 'my1 voice that was not a loving _*one. Bear little fellow _Wpien ,1 went to wash him, .affcerbreakfast , I found, jut>t behind one of his eai8,,a small inffiifaed boil. It has made him'slightly feverish ,&nd r wprrysomt e all day. Oh, wasn't I glad .that patience had ruled my .spirit! l » "Alter you went away to the store, Mary got into one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_jjo_.o ping,. ^~ r! ——WILLIAM. _JOHNSON . • »> l ) (Lat&BAiBB<SctJoHwsoif ,) 1,. ,' * -<¦ _s&Snr_^^6 _"^^ 0110 _^_"_^6 ^^ _arti -Guni Elastic CementFelt and _Canvim Ju«yH«_- • r 2d.( Improved.Felt, Cement and Gra_^_SooW gsS/_Pat eutoBngliWAsphalWe _Feltffi_^- 1 .„ , o r Ml _Sire _*_$d, Water,uJProof,, and,^|" ,, _goofing Material _*W l& &&&£$_& vfiO* Office at Bates & Johnson's old ,stand, ' " _' ' '' 75 _SnTuhfleia _Str _' ect, PI«^- Pa ' ' N.B-_^_is_^nffiJCEMENT _os ' _xineauinfh ' •_& • • • Me$al Roofe, lasting twice , as l_^_SSSttX_? pai nt ** ,,amt also as a paint t_^_rTven_/d_^_eftfB_^_I _^_ST_* JOHN D. M'CORD :~~*-- 7ATtn.B o Tjttj nm,,^^ _iwmBw jSr_^ _*J Hats, _Caps^«andu Stra_^_sGooda •WH©BE8_ALE_,AND'RETW Ml Wl ood»!8_^ e'et/ P'Htsbir_^rh • Have now on _tittntt _ftr gpWK _sKUs «_sMii«^ ' ., - 5 ' a<_gprtaenli P_^_Qoods _.M amWhS?_ft^* _cf _tfplet* _anr c_^_faes_, consis...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

\ -KindnessjStaward Milch Cows. One of the greatest errors in overcoming cows that are unquiet while being milked, is to,whip_,bea|;r kipk _^ and j ba;wl at-t_^em. This \k generally 'done,1 and the cow becomes afraid ' or angry, > and instead of be7 coming better, grows worse. 'Milch cows (eannot be whipped or terrified into standing quietly, gently ,and patiently, .during milking. They dislike to be milked, ' for they knowthat loud wotcIs and hard'blows always attend the o " perat,ion._f They dread to' _se'e! 'the milker;'_^ fch*_ekittle urchin drWds to see the birche*h-rodlih the hand of an angry,pedagogue, when he expects to,have it applied to his back. A .cow,,kindly and properly _, treated, is- pleased to <}see the milker, gladly awaits his or her, approach, and submits with pleasure to the _^ operation of being milked. .Every one having experip.n>.i». ' with ' cows knows this to -be true. But the cow is. opposed to, change of milkers; 'she soon becom...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

TW Independent Farmer. * Let sailors sing of the windy deep, Let soldiers praise their armor, But in my heart this toast I'll keep—' f _.jl'_^^J^^®^8 _? t>_Earmerj\ ,.j-r . | -?¦/ _^ _Waen wet the rose In robe of green Unfolds its crimson lining_. And 'rounoYhisfcoMasel p _' _oTCh is seen The honeysuckle twining; When banks of bloom their sweetness yield . x:\,_^ be,e8 " that ~ -g&ther 'horfey, - He drives his team across the field, Where skies are soft and sunny. _ThMbla_^biia_^lt_^_Kfe_^_Shmd the plo;w, * xSe quail pipes loud and clearly, Yon orchard hides behind its bough The home he loyes so dearly; The gray old barn, whose doors unfold His ample store in measure, More rich than heaps of hoarded gold, *"**"Buifyondef in the porch tliere stands Hia "wife, the lovely charmer, The sweetest rose on al' his lands—The _*3dlpin§fenY Farmer. : " * To him the Spring comes dancingly, >j _Tfo himithe Summerfblushes, < ¦ _> The Autumn smiles with mell...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_KJOHA -A* _RENSHAW, . Family _Grpcer andt Tea_^ Dealer, Takes pleasure m announcing to his friends and custom toat he has recently removed toth(?new and spacious w J_i v Corner of Libcrty(i and flaiukStraets, ( (A few doors above 7_^ old stand,) And having largely increased his ' _stock by recent pnrch CHOICE FAMILY .GROCERIES , Foreign' and Domestic ' _bruits, Teas, Spices, _Pwkles and 4SB- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL «®_& Jlffg _Zffiggr _^na T _^of my 8tecfc fnr - «; Co.-Libe_^ _A_^f_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

-rarE-INVXTJS ,T,EEE ATTJEN_^ljOJr,. OF: _^ the public to the PHrtADEKEHIA' # I iHottsekeeping' Dry Goods Store. J where may be found a large,assortment of all _Jonds of Dry! Hoods, required in _fuimsbmg «t house, thus .saving th trouble usually _sxperiepced \_a. hunting such articles, in. va- _, nous places In consequence of our _^Ting _rtnr atte )^jjon| toi _thisTririd of "8tS£k,_^o the'_excTSkESSrof _Sress anSTftScygooSs, we can guarantee our_^pjices and styles to be the mostfaverabte in the market. „ * _^ t, _yiN LINENt _fiQOm, '/ wo are able to give perfect satisfaction, being the Oldest Established Linen Store m the city, and having been for more * than twenty years regular importers from some of t-**beBtf manufacturers m Ireland. We on_%r,(also, a large stock of FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, o£ the best qualities to be obtained, {and at the _veryjlotirest prices Also, _Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Tickings, J)amask Table Cloths; and Napkins, TowellingsrDiapers, Huckabacks,1 Table a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

¦JpUBLICATtOJTS OF THE Presbyterian Board of-Publication, DURING JULY, 1861: THE LETTERS OF JOHN CALVIN. Vol. IV. Containing a copious Index to all the Volumes, and completing this veiy valuable and _interesting work, by-which will be preserved and transmitted, to posterity many writings of the great _JKeftnner, w_^iich- perhaps had never, otherwise been the light Price $1 80 per volume in black clath, full sheep, or half calf. ,i ' ' " SERIES FOR TOUTH. 18MO. IUC8TBATED. ' THE-WQNBERFUL LAMP; orLight youihsDarkest Path Pp.239. Price 30 and 35 cents. *~"_»t THE LOST BRACELET. By the author of "tWle _i_^ra '^"Ja _ffe8 Ha8wej l1 ' " 'SGhnataiM at Home," &c. Pp. 100. Price 15 and 20 cents. p Address orders to f WINTHR0P SARGENT, ' Business Correspondent., ' 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. «S» _For sale in Pittsburgh! at the Pxesbyten_^n Book Rooms, 5_f JSandjS_^_eet. | ;s ' _^ 1 ffeb21-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

l| l* El . ' s TEA!! TEA!! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. JL 1?- "^^II-I-I_^^ES_, ; . 114 _Smtfafield _^reet, PitUbftngh; HAS rOR- SALE A Oh.oice - Selection OF _i RIO, LAGUAYRA AND JATA COFFEES; NEW ORLEANS AND-RIWEIIBD SUGARS; N.O MOLASSES; _AJ_^E| _a£IRA HONEY SYBT_7PS With all Culinary etceteras. 43=: Orders by maJ promptly, attended to, and carefull l_^rwarrtpfl i_»_Til4-t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

* _^ Seeing ' I ' Am _JesusMamlC The teacher of a Jewish infant school relates _ihat when _he first took_^ charge of the school/_hei scarcely knew- 'w ' hat to teach ' thedittle * ones, when -a 'favorite-hymn_^ occurred to his _iniffd: ' - ' _• ¦*-' - " Seeing _^ am 'Jesus ' Lamb." Most of the _i children had learned it in thirteen days. ,Two months passed with-5 out.any particular _Recurrence. One day ?/dnithe middle <of' July, one of the children i <rinforrifea*m&-tnat; a %£tlWl _JewighV_^y,LPne _q£ _.my_._schooj_^jb.ad fallen{ an$o.t thp watgr_, and haddbeen- nearly drowned. _Aiew days later; the boy oame-to school_* again, and* was very_'niuch caSt down, and looking ill. ' ' 1 ask_^d him _jwliether. it w&s true that ,he ,was nearly, _ctpwned a few d_9ys ago*, He said, " Yes,";and!_told me that he-had advanced too'far-_^on _ja _washing* scaffolding, and so_^ ! tumbled1 into; to 'Water: _^ '"_^Were jW,riot \very miw|h _^i g_^fened' when _" yi&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Toe- Lion' and the' Lamb. A little _bpy reading to his mother about the lion in a book of natural history, said, " Mamma, the 'lion is a noble animal, bub I love the lamb better, because Jesus Christ is called the Lamb of God, _^hich taketh away the sin of the world." " To save a guilty world he died, Sinners, behold tne bleeding Lamb! To him lift up your longing eyes, And hope for mercy in his(name."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_SfcratcJies on Horses. _ilavipg .seen in your valuable paper some remarks in . regard to scratches on horses, ,1 _jWipsuldr say there _^ is, only one remedy, and t thajfc.;is to keep the castors on the inside ofT tlieir, legs soft, by an application of soft, grease,, and peeling them off. If this is done, _njy, word lor it.thehorse will not jbe troubled with them; and with those affeeted, the application of this simply remedy will effect a sure cure.—£B. Miner, in New-England Farmer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

A Child's Answer, i _< A child in India had been brought up and instructed in the Christian religion. When about eight years old, some heathens older than hun&elf iicUculed him, and asked to see his Gr. od <l I cannot show you my God," said he, " but I. can show you-yours." He then took up a stone, and daubing _something like a faee upon _ify he said , "There is such aGrod-as you worship." _. . ' , .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

1 i ' ¦«—> j"_»^ ' "_~ * -Watering Sheep _Minting ' ' Ul[_TljaA._iSfceepican,do,with, _; less,.wa .ter than ni>_hfercT<_iomestiori ._anilnak,iris_^_wellwlaio,wii.1 That they should, be,_jbrce_$ to do with a less quantity than they desire, 'or compelled to do without any, except" what is accidentally supplied by melting snow or ram, no reasonable or merciful man can 'believe for a moment. In some experiments «on South Down;; sheep, at iiRothanjstead_^_we ibund that; in the Summer/ months; each sheep ate three poundsiof clover-bay; ;and drank about -six pounds - of water • daily-Thinking that they drank more than-,_»was favorable for, the •disposition; of fat, wencpnfined them to a less quantity of water for one week. The result was that during_,tbat time, they ate less food,and lost,_^weight. The result satisfied us that sheep knew better than man, though he was scientific, how much water they required. But we need not quote experiments. The common sense ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

¥or _tlie Presbyterian _Baaner. Abstract of the Minutes of the Synod of Wheeling, During its late Sessions at Wheeling, M ¦:_> . _, . i Synod met on Friday, October 18th, at " 41*.'Mi, ' in the Second Presbyterian church, • ¦ arid' was constituted with prayer by the last Moderator, Bev. A. S_; McMasters_; DJD. ; ¦ - _^f _-; ' After the completion of the roll, Rev. _Ti,R. Crawford was chosen Moderator, Rev. > ,Wm. Eaton, Permanent Clerk, and Rev. J. Sloan, D.D., Temporary Clerk. A very large attendance ,was had, ; _^eyenty ministers and over sixty _elders being present. A number also were invited to sit as Corresponding Members. . . ... ' _, ¦ .... Religions services of a varied and interesting nature were held. /Dr. MeMabters' preached thts opening '_^ serinon on Friday night, bn"Rom. xiii: 1-—7, showingthe nature of a good government, _andi the duties of. the true: patriot. On__ Saturday evening Rev. Q. M. Tpdd preaphed on.-the_^ubject assigned to him .by the, las...

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