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

_fj%] A R R A IT T ' S _, ,. Effervescent This valuable and popular Medicine has _tiniversallylreceived the most _fevorablo recommendations of ,the Medical Profession and the Public as the most efficient and agreeable j Saline Aperient. It may be nsed with the best effect m BILIOUS AND FEBRILE DISEASES, COSTIVJSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, NAUSEA LOSS OF APPETITE, INDIGESTION, ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH, TOK.PIDKT' OF THE LIVER, GOUT, RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS, GRAVEL, PI1JSS, AND ALL COMPLAINT8 WHERE _, A Gentle and Cooling Aperient or Purgative Is Required. It is particularly adapted to the wants_,of Travelers by Sea and LandResidents in Hot _Climates, Persons of Sedent ' ery HabitsInvalids and Convalescents; Captains of Vessels and Planters will find.it a valuable addition to their Medicine Chests. It is in the form of a Powdercarefully put npimbottleB, to keep in any climate,, and merely requires water poured nponit to produce a delightful effervescent beverage. , Nnmerous testimonials from ...

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

a» Prospects _* •!» Farmers. The editor of the ' American Agricultur ist, thus closes an_^article on this subject, justifying his conclusions by tables showing the unprecedented " export of breadstuff's from this _^ market _^ during the past six months, as also the well known deficiency in the crops of both England and-France the present year<: ' " It seems very; evident that Providence has kindly prepared our country for its present trials,iso far as its material interests are concerned. Never before was there an equal surplus of breadsbuffs; never before a greater foreign demand*; never before so much solid .gold currency on hand and available for, moving the crops j and -all these circumstances have _cooie together. Our grain would be next to valueless, were not the surplus wanted abroad, while that demand would not avail us, had we, not the surplus capital to move the grain. It is a long road that has no turn. For four years past the farming interest has been much d...

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

The great end in Farming. It is not the great end, to see how much hard work can be done, jior how much money can be earned in a given time. The aim should be, not only to better one's condition, but to improve one's self and his family, and to make himself useful, virtuous, and happy. Which is first, the man or his farm ? The farm was made first, no doubt, so far as the earth and water and wood, are concerned; but in importance, the man stands first, and high above all, and he should always keep himself so. It is folly to make one s self a slave to his land; bending his back, year in and out, in the hardest drudgery, regardless of his own improvement, and of his high relations to society and to God. Whenever a farmer (and we might as well'say mechanic, merchant, and professional man) finds himself a slave to his work, wearing himself out prematurely in the_'mad pursuit of money, he'had better ,pause andask himselfi a few sober questions*:—What is the use of all this work and ...

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

Save" four Bags. v t II ' _T t it Something may surely be done by every family toward putting a stop to the enormous waste of paper5 material. The refuse, which has hitherto fqund its way to the dust heap, as though fit_^nly for manure, should be preserved.inibagaikept for th' e purpose, and should be haBded over to the rag-m'erchant. If the rem'iteration received for it be smallnh6 tro'ulite" is not'great, and ihe benefit conferred" _^iffpon the f public! will be considerable, _besidjes _' the cpllateral advantage that must-spring from L fostering a habit of wise econqmy and thrift. Every family which _values'education, and wishes well to thfe cause"<3f: 'cheap literature', will render what help _^ey may by scrupulously saving their rags,ftwaste-paper, and other paper material. -Could not the rag-merchant or the papef' _manufacturer, on his part, organize _soniVineans of collection at stated periods ? ^" _Qgniractors find it worth their while to _jetoj_^ away our dust, a...

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

FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, of the best qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowest prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Tickings, Damask Table Cloths,'and Napkins, Towellings, Diapers, Huckabacks, Tablet and.'Piano Covers, Damasks and _Moreans, Lace and Muslin Curtains, Dimities, Furniture Chintzes, Window Shadings, &c, Ac. JOHN V. COWELL & SON, S. W. corner of Chestnut and Seventh Sts., apao-tf ?hila<folr>hm. rr __ . t ,., _^ ,_„, \_XTE INVITE THE _ATTENTION OF • the public to the PHILADELPHIA ( -k " Housekeeping Dry Goods Store., where may be found a large assortment of all kinds of Dry Goodsrequired in furnishing a housethus saving th trouble usually _experienced in hunting such articlesm valious places. In consequence of our 'giving onr attention to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of 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 give perfect satisfac...

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

HP E A , i TEA!! T E A I I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 1J"_. ¦ _&_. ¦^_TTiL jL_.xj_^._isa:_^ 114 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, ' has for sale a Choice Selection OF GREEN AND CLACK TEAS; RIO, LAGUAYRA AND, JAVA COFFEES; new _q.eleans and refined sugars; n. o'" molasses and extra honey'Syrups With all Culinary etceteras. 4_ST* Orders by mail promptly attended to,_i and carefull trtTwnrdPd. ' ian14-t

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

_^Gnm1 Arabic Starcn. Get two ounces of fine white gum Arabic and pound it to _potfder. Next put it into a pitcher, and pour x>n it a pint or more of boiling water—according to the degree of strength you desir_#-_^-and then having covered it let it set alKnight. In the morning pour it carefully;Jfroni the dregs into a clean bottle, cork _<_£t and keep it for use. A table-spoonful o_# gum-water stirred into a pint of starch that has been made in the usual mariner,r _,wi]lt give to lawns-r-either white ,or p ' rinted-4-a look of " newness to which nothingjelse>can restore them after washing. It is ' tdsb good1 / much diluted, for thin white muslin _ancTbobbinet.

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

_£PRING _STYLES FOR t T~ ^~ (Jentlemenfs _Grax_^niexi _tr _t _lui _Sf6 _^ 7ftn /_&; embracin 8 i» P. **. a large and welL* _levied stock o£ _Eancy French and English ' • "_T CASSIM|Ei _ttES>AND!^OAT_^iai CS_^ l To l?i£5£ vri "1 i M fine an assortment of Black and '_powdl •OL?)THB AN©1 VBSTINGS _.'as'the _nwnnWoKei of3 _, c_|4 p»oaiice,_Trhicb _araadaptefc to.th« _wantaof _geiUeaM tesbwho appreciate style and quality in _ciothine ,. __ bamdbZ gray & Ion* ' '•* tm | mutoayr. 1 - _t. <r N,o.umi, _^ _Pfffitgi,. _„,

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

|JJ _,A R BO _._lT_^oTE r \ _i For Brilliancy and Economy, SURPASSES ALL OTHER ILLUMINATING oftJnW In niai-kct. itwUlintntin all Btyles of coal oil laWX_£_l_£ _fcctly safe, and free from all offensive odor. Mant_^cl_^ and for sale by » i * _, 0 —™«.*oiw ' W. MAOKEO W.N \ fall-lT ¦ i T67t.iB.RTT 8rM_».!V1TTalI ' V

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

lhelp_«fiheVfflalit 'whdiMi_%'in6_g Be'cari dodge _._^ enemies!" (b yttrying- to please eteryliody J_^.suphj•anjipdividuad;, _(everTSucce'etied_^e should _j b_^e_^.g la_^ _p> k _^o_^ iLri-Nptjjthatj W_^ believejn_^ a_^n_^g _piagjirj?jaghlthe world, _fry ingr to;ifindp . beams} to; ka_§ck_) _hisjo_^ead nghting, and _elbowing, and j crowding , all «whd-di iffert frSni1 him.1 'Tn' aVagaiii_' is afidtfeer? extreme.* OthWrfpSbple _J have'a rigtft"_^ thjejLr-cPiiinionsrT-sSo _rjkavmyouu; •don't _ftll If_^_Jpfe_^_SiS?^ i%_^r _^_peej ,m more for -turnming your coat every day to •Biafceh_^_tbe_1 cbTKrF'of "iheirW" Wwr _ymjir .oiowieofojt_^spite _/w _iBti_^or'WeatherjStorms-dr sunshine.: It-eosts-the«*vaeillating and, ir--resojntesten tii_' m^!toe'l;roub!e|^o 'wiiM;»and shuffle_^ 1 anjdj twisty _thati it j,doesv/honest) xnanlyi _independence, .tp, stand it_^pground: Tak/e " whait timer ,you _^p lease ,tch make ,up yodrr ihtnfl ' ,%avmg made it up,stick to it_. ' , ' Thomas _pHAiM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

K For the Presbyterian Banner. ¥ Synod of Ohio. _BThis Synod held its annual session in the Eestxninster church, Columbus, commeno-Kg on the evening of October 10th , at 7 Pock. pThe opening sermon was preached by Kb Moderator, Rev. M. A. Hoge, .from. i f latians y: 7, last clause, " Faith -vsork-U by love," pBev. G. L. Kalh was elected Moderator »'the ensuing year, and Rev. M. A. Sacirct and Rev. Alex. Scott were, chosen _Hpaporary Clerks. _piThe meeting_^was enlivened by the pres-We and addresses of the representatives of ¦feral of the Boards—Dr. Plumer, in be-Kf of Education; Dr, Janeway,L of Dopstic Missions; Dr. Schenck, of iPublicain; Dr. Ooe, >of Chu_^.,( _^_tension. _Bft subject of the Boards, and the fund B-Disabled Ministers, was put into the Hds of a Committee , consisting of Revs., PH. Pratt, J. D. Smith, and Elder M _^t-|bw Scott, who rented to Synod theifol-Hring resolutions, which were adopted: WKemived, That the Synod renews its forpr recommendations of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

EUROPEAN CORItE_^rOiNDENCE Anxiety in Oejus Britain, and the American' Was—Is the Blockade 70 be Broken?—Interview between ah. _JSmpkror and a King—The Coronaiion _^ ai _Kcenigsijbrg, and Extravagance—The Pkinoe op Wales " Would ' a Courting} 60 "¦^-WBOi .ia tob&zhe Bride—A Scandinavia* ob _teutoxio beautt?—my ovrn soltjtiqn (not asked for tet)—The Queen and her Protest against Puseyism and iPoPBRTr—RnctBT, * Dr Temple, and Bible Inspiration—Athletic Sports at Bxtgbx—An _Evangelical Aixlance _Meethjo at Belfast, and the Geneva Conferevcb—CLOSIN& Scenes at Geneva LONDON, Oct. 17, 1861 Anxiety is general at the moment when I write, lest the next mail bring us tidings of a dreadful conflict on the_, banks of. the Potomac, and of consequent slaughter and misery 3?he painful feelings awakened each Monday, when we have a full summary of a week's skirmishing and fighting_, in Missouri and elsewhere, are intense in many breasts, and no one seems able to venture 'a co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

Sunday School Items. Study your Scholars—Study your scholars Study them as'memb' er_'s of _J a class, study athemuas individuals,1 study their habits and-circumstances,, their tempers and weaknessestheir wants and _sms This is_^eihaps ojie of the first pieces of "" ad- ' vice which, t should like to_'give to the ydurigandanexpenenced Sabbath School teacher , and that, not only because I think the duty 1 necessary in itself, but also, because I _thi,nk _^ it i& one tooi tnuch'heglee1 ted among * us1 In preparing Pur _lessens we ' study _*out Bibles,01 study them diligently and 4 carefully jfwei studya ourr catechism,, we( s.tudy book _^ of f reference and books of _^ _illustration /} but ( those to whom ' the lesson is to " be taught, we study very htHe, if'at_^all" Of their peculiarities of thoughts and feeJing? _j.of their, temptations and!traals>_fl gre know*_little if anything In such a case, how can we, expect to succeed—how ' can we give strength where we kno...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

* ' [_OHglhalO n. Presenting a Soldier with the ;te | -. SbWlVi*^ w hom an_^tldtt thanks, ' _" . And among its _^_proes ranks, _, . - I '" Whither now foir_^e it looks— • I Soldier! Jake this " Book <_# books." - p SoldleflUduld the nation's, hand M _GathW' _wifealth from every lkn#, / f' \ Heap ifieir treasures by thy side, F Thy _possession to abidy; _^ / ' ,; IP'J i Soldier! could .the strains.of praise-¦it ' . Which ambition's vot_'ry- craze, p-tt Fall upon thy _Ustdtiing) eat, mo- Sung of fchee, and _siiig sitfcere—m; . ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦>..•!:¦ .. «_- i :,(h ' ., :. ..;. _,; Soldier! still a richer prize I Has des " _oenl!_eT_^fomtfle skies; " i Here, these _jjjffeiouq_^qrtis divine, I _Eiohes , honor, both enshrine. t _Spld_^r-lnWhat this Bibl_* brings, E_^ (H eavenly, holy, blessed things,) |_T WiltbeJwealthandjfamd tcthee, I To thy soul—eternally. I Soldier. ' doubt irot—test and see—P Cherished let this volume be ; . !*' Tempted, sick, In camp or 'fray, V , From its ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

TSS PRESBlTlfiliyi BlUfER , . >_Apverxlsfmf _^s. _K _J; ~ _ ASqti_^ra per vmm_^_Mm_^^m_^^^^oati_^"33 _effiffte 1. BDSI_^_SSiyOKO^^S_^liiiteor_^_eMfiLoOt_. _iSidb_^d diaonalUneil()oentaM >\\\ t! _^7St !Xt ' . , .yrW,.., ._„ ;;**m. ••,•>« . ' ' .. I ' ¦ - ' r,H . — , ' 1 * _,!ti 1,1}

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

i>AVID M'KINNEY& GO. I Editors and Proprietors. T ER _.MA -.Mi, _*I> y._ftftfi E,s Single StmsCBWtiONS..,,,.,.,.,, ,.»„.,» " i| %n ' . i i» oi_^_$_«...._^._«._«.«i^*»:utJ,u;..y._Uii£_St_^ 25 ¦¦•¦ I _DsuysRsj ,ra _njcHKB ,01; ys_$| Ojfagrt .j„. %_Q9?? > ; _2?wo _Doi._tABS, we will send by m8_u seventy ' _numbor I for O»* Dotittfc ttlttttfhtW K_»S. ' • _™ «" _thefebjr entUledto a, _foer tfftKoutcharge. " • _BenBwataahottl<|lw.t«ciitlpt;_ij; UMle _befdt«?tM« _^eftrex_^_lrerf gendpaymentg l_^_y safe _handa, qr by mail.,, .. : , . . B,«.;f1 _^._to i ,,ri: _^ «.w _^( _ao_te ;:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

WHY HAS B17IN1 _PMlf§EI)lii feoUlft WAR UPON 00R _igUNTRI_^ |" God is in the w&Rwhidh now_^fflietslthe * land. This position no Christian will dispute. And on the part of God, the infliction is both just and benevolent. He punishe's . nations for their sins*; and, in our case, we trust, he means that it shall result in benefits. The sins which have provoked God's anger may be embraced under the four heads —national infidelity, national immorality, national pride, and national oppression or _slavery. Three of these are confessed by all who advance any serious claims to be regarded as Christians. The fourth is denied by many; and they endeavor to defend their position by aflirming ftiat slavery existed token our national being commenced, andiiver since, and yet God blessed its greatly. They hence conclude that it cannot be one of the sins for which God has brought upon us this calamitous war. (The premises here are correct, but the conclusion is _illogical. God is long...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

A FIELD FOR _TEMPERANCE EFFORT. The army of the-United _^ States presents at present, one of'the finest fields of labor, for tKe advocates of temperance. We have about three hundred and fifty thousand men under arms_; and the number is still increasing.,, _$or a large portion of the time, these men are in camp. The idle and monotonous life they are there obliged to lead lonarinct exciteto lead, induces a great longing for excite ment. Hence the men are exceedingly pre-disposed to an indulgence in strong drink. If the article is within their reach, many of ithem will have it, in- spite of all preventive measures. Hencejthe only way to keep an army sober, is to keep the means of intoxication inaccessible. On this principle Generals _,McClellan, Banks, Butier, and others, are acting. ' • But they need help. And they should , have it extensively. Congress gave some aid at its last session, by a law restraining liquor dealers in the _district of Columbia , from selling to soldiers....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

_rrhp wnn Jota cr Brecfeinridp, ex-Vice _Pre_^and_^wWi_^ier General _i_, _Z _^ _SUhy,*aS_^_btIaf_^ed a ,-. the United States.^\«^^—V General': ¦ \,£ .iM -.-_;:vi?3 _wjP2f£_;: _-: • - - r_^^ j- Q9 i Brigadier . _SmOi _^ Wa_^m_^ / fortunately bo trace of honesty; and such of the C(mfederates. ,asa ,_sfall _ojrn_^property snouV _m% _^^m_^J_^new _^vij-_^ _ifr _' ;aT*'WTslali, of Texas, is _pe'rh_^_lfce_^d_^ He began life as an assassin; when he was forced j_^^_f _t_^_PWfc _JWW_^ _™ f"_*a law_^_co _lUete_^nc_^nd cheated the bettieft the wmofteys _hVWllectod, till he could no longer get any ofle"to trust himthen _,began? _f _oljMcjs _^ and _go_%mself elected to the _iUniM State_^Se^^ here he was forMm-tf _ffi Immm _^ p_^_t the TTn'ion_5 _^_TKief, assassin, traitor—he may _ne_^rthel_^s_^_J gwd_^ maMnaV'filY a Confed eratfe:iBii gatdiersui'.ii>_B -til l m*A- have PHBee-l_^oleoa' f5 Eenrtt-_^e seen a'4 p33_Vjateaettei_^ero«^ntleiQaan_3who knows of _iwhat,, he _^ wntes, mhich r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

EASTERN SUMMARY BOSTON AND NEW-ENGLAND. The Catalogue of Harvard University for 1861-62 hasbeen published. Th ' e following is the-summary : Divinity Students, 18; Law Students, 103; Scientific Students, ,57; Medical Students, 206; Resident Graduates, 7—391. Under Graduates 1 —Seniors ' , S(5; Juniors, 118; Sophomores, 115,; Freshmen, 114 jt, 442. Total 833. _i r The war seems to have had but little . effect detrimental to! this venerable Institution. Would that it were under an" influence _« morev decidedly Evangelical. But American Christians yet hope and pray for the reestablishment of the old Puritan faith in the University founded by Puritan hands and Jendowed with the money of ihose who loved their tenets. Much has been said of late about _^ the extraordinary liberality of Universalists toward their literary institutions, and' of the wonderful success of their schools and'colleges in ! winning popular favor. Among D O . _JT X_^ / O these, Tuft's _College, Massachuset...

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