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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

At the residence of the bnde's father ; on Tnursday morning, the 14th inst., by ReT. W. Morris Grimes,vMr. _WitMAM Gv Sw>_Atr, 6_f; Peoi1a,' 111., to Miss •Ruth Anna,, youiigest daughter of Dr. P. B. Jobnsonof M'Connelsvcile, Ohio. At the bride's home, near M'Connellsville, Ohi«, on the evening of the 5th insf; .Mr. Nathan B. _Spencdr to Jtfi.ss Mahgaret A. Thompson. At the " Post House" M'Connellsville, Ohio, October 8th, Mr. _WASHHrsrour Ford to Miss _Maeietta C. IIabpeb, all of Rheinersville, Ohio. _; Oh Thursday. evening,: Noyember, 14th, at the residence of tlie bride's father, by Bey. John Y. M'Cftrtney, Mr. James _Ritohie to MIss-Aknie E. NiSely, botk of Mt. Washington, Pa.; , - ¦ ¦ . ¦ ' ¦/: _;, : . .: ' .... r On. the ldthinst_^.by Rey. Kobert B. Moore, Mr. Lem. Pittisokb to Miss Lizzie Gibson, both of Shelby, Obio. On the 24th of October, by Rev. 3. A. Moeks_.at the house of the bride's father, near Findlay, Ohio, Mr. David _Wbxoht to Miss Lucy P. _Pjlusub, all of...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

_READING FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Gamp ILribrary. THI AIIEiCAN TRACT SOCIETY, • 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, ' has just issued a beautiful Library, consisting of TWENTYFIVEf. VOLUMES, 18mo. _j inclosed in a box; at the low price of $3.0 ; among which are "General Hayelocfc_," "Capt. _Hedley Vicars," "_Capt. Hammond," "The Blue Blag," " Young, Man from Home." . ' Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tracts, at $2.00, are _pn t up to accompany the Library, when desired. THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumes,-in flexible covers, containing tbe _^ Soldier's Text-book, Soldier's Hymns, The Soldiers and ¦Tesu?, Story of Lucknow, and other appropriate works. 82.00. . ... • .- * ¦ The American Tract Society has furnished gratuitously many hundreds of thousands of pages of Tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvania, as well as others. Tho friends ot the soldiers are availing themselves of the opportunity of putting into their hands these most valuable books. And there, are not a few...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

J_^OR SOLDIERS. JUST PUBLISHED BY THE Presbyterian Board of Publication, No. 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: THE SOLDIER'S " POCKET-BOOK. 64 pages, 82mo., bound in cloth. Price 5 cents. Containing- . : ¦ ¦ •¦' ¦ Advice and Directions to Soldiers; Short Prayers; Scripture Selectionsincluding Five Psalms; The Ten Commandments; ' Twenty-four Hymns; Being a Manualfor Pocket and Camp Use; and admirably adapted for presentation to the Soldiers by their friends. , Also the Hymn,: «JUST AS I AM." Printed on stiff Card, on the back of which are appropriate" Te_'xt3 of Scripture. This is intended for Hospital use,-and has already been found very desirable for that purpose. _s .;. ¦: . ¦ ; Also,.,. ..,; : . : .. •. THE SOLDIER'S SERIES OF TRACTS. Containing Twelve Narratives of Soldiers. Done up in a' Wrapper. Address orders to . WIN 3CHKOF SARGENT, - , • Business Correspondent. 1 821.Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. «J-_?or sale in Pittsburgh at the Presbyterian Book _Rr),,m». 57 Hand ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

IJ_«_5BB' .T;'H: . • . _SAVRTltEM _^ BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. I ¦ .. ¦ ;:;_: ' .;" o. ,&se lju has removed to . . , Jo. 246 Penn Street, in the house formerly occupied by Dr. G. H. Key»r, oppodto Christ church. He will give, all the modem _toprovwmwitf Teeth inserted at various prices, FBOM $15 TO <«2 PSB SET. REFERENCES: Rev.W.D._HowABn, Rev. Samoil ftrow_*, A. BBAfllKT, A- <*• M'CiMDtESB, MJD., J. II _Hopkins W.H. Vahkwk, Dr. OboroeH-Ketb**. W._Nnaci. _Amm'H'Kn aWH_._iy _ "KIIBST _PRJESWritrM AWABJW&D BY HP. TBS STATE PAIR TO J-¦ _^-_* *<fli_'TH»'BBST J- '_ >^ S T OVi E Sj AND RyAM&E'&ri _' ' _jtorJ _tomilies,.andJBEST TJfOOZ^^^^_W_^ . t&- NO ' 245 _XTRKRTV 8_TR_*B_». »* *> _«e »^4 *_J J00 **

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

PRESMTERIAL NOTICES The _PKESBYTBEY OF WASHINGTON will meet In the church of Mt.; Pr"d8pec_^ on the Second Tuesday (10th day) of December nest, nt 11 o'clock A.. M. A fall attendance is earnestly requested. ; ALEXANDBE M. CARRELL, ; .-.;. , ; i _. ; StatedClerfc The PRESBYTERY OP BBAVEk will meet in the church of _Westfleid, on _^_tlie _ThirS Tuesday, of, December_^ at 11 o'clock A. M. * i>. C. BBED, Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

eral appearance of tbre troops and their movements elicited the highest commendations from all nhsArvnt-s_. Jwnw Mttas

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

,_<TffHEY GO RIGHT TO TiJ l -_?" SPOT." IKSTANT RELIEF! STOP YOUR COUGH PURIFY YOTJB BREATH _STBfWSTHEil YOUR VOICE! _qOUfFECTIONS ' ' i I. ' I _tOOD _FOifc _CJiEROYMEN, /¦• i _ GOOD _^OB-IiBOTtrBEKS, ftOOD-FOR -Bi»IO-SPEAKER GOOD FOB SINaEBS, _ftob_^Eofe._CONSUMPTIVE_? ' - IW, * - - "til _vT * • ' "CArtEffiEN '(&RftY , " _< >_,f J «; * SPA_^_tolNOFS LADI_^ _iSE_^DifLIGHTED WITH i _i_» _i ,\ SPALI_^Gh'S A \, _»v . i' 1- _" 'i > 1 _CHILI>BEN _CBTTOR I**. _^ ¦ _SPAOsIMNGK_® THROAT CONP-ECTtONS it _t ' _TJiey relieve a Cough instantly. They dear thejThroat. , * . - < » > \*\r _, They give strehg&i' _aHd_^_volUnie to the voice. TheyrimpaTfc a _delicious,aroma ,to the breath. 4 f _, ( They axe deHgTiikftift_^_thtrta_^teJ • i (j* , _^_W;$$ e i***ifciOf> simple herbs 'and, cannot fcars OffWl r J j, "•m y onev .» , , > I advise ereryono who has _ai Cough, or a Husky Vote -_< > ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

. _Jnlianj tne Apostatei = .-n When an English nobleman (a worthy and excellent nerson > by the by,) is known to have referred to the miserable renegade whose name iappears at the "head of this article, as " Julian, the Jtypstle" it_^ may be taken for granted that some, .readers: of Church papers may not be familiar with his ¦history. ¦ ¦¦ _- ¦ ¦ - i ¦' ¦¦;' ¦¦ _^: ' ¦ ¦¦• "/¦¦ ¦ < " ¦ ,- •¦• • ¦ We shall therefore give abrief sketch of ¦ ?if ¦_';¦-¦ < _• ¦ •:• y>\ ¦ '. : ' ; . ¦ ¦¦- ' ¦< ' : - _- . ¦ ¦ ::--. Julian, son of Constantius ,; /a brother ;of the great Oonstantipe,) and of Basilias, his second wife, was born at Constantinople, A. D. 331. When ;six years old,, Msj father, and several members of the Imperial family were slain by the soldiers of Constan s 11.-_^-Julian : ahd Ms younger': brother Gallus narrowly escaping the, sanie fate. The education of the two princes, (who were brought up in retirement ) was conducted by Mafdonius, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

_^ What Kindness? ©id. _^ Many years ago a certain minister in the United States of America was going one Sunday morning from his house to his school-room. He walked through a number of back streets, and as he turned a corner, he saw assembled around a pump a party of little boys who were playing at marbles. On seeing him approaching, they began to pick up their marbles, and run away as fast as they could. One little fellow not having seen vhim as 'soon as the rest , could not accomplish this so soon } and before he had succeeded in gathering up his marbles, the minister had closed; upon hpn,_*and placed his hand upon his shoulder. There they were, face to face, the minister of Grod and the poor little ragged boy who had been caught in the act of playing at marbles on Sunday, morning. And how did the minister deal with the boy ? for that is what I want you to observe. He might have said to the boy, "What are you doing here? You are breaking the Sabbath j don't you deserve to be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

_rp ARRAS T'S Effervescent, _, _, This valuable and popular Medicine has universally received) the most favorable recommendations of the Medical Profession and the'Public as the most eJfi-» dent and agreeable Saline Aperient. It may be used with the best efieot in BILIOUS AND FEBRILE DISEASES, COSTIVENESS, SICK HEADACHE, NAUSEA r . LOSS 01? APPE*ri'B, _INDIOESTIOK, ACIDITS_" OF THE STOMACH, TORPIDITY OF THE LIVBB. GOUT, RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS , GRAVE1, PUiES, _AITD All. _COItfPLAINTS 1_TBXBB A Gentle and Cooling Aperient or Purgative rls Be_%Bired. It is particularly adapted to the -wants of Travelers by Sea nnd Land, Residents in Hot Climates, Persons of Sedentery 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 Powder, carefully jrat up in bottles, to keep in any climate, and merely requires water poured upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beverage. * * " Numerous testimo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

By Rev. £ R. Macduff, D.D., autk'dr of " _Memories of Genesearet," " Morning and Night Watches," etc., etc., etc. Pp. 318. _?_Te1fr-Yorkt Robert Garter _f Brothers. Pittsburgh : Robert & Davis. 1862, iSrof (K piety everywhere _^ apparent in the Writings of Dr. Macduff, are well known and highly appreof»_teoP»_byil_*_t## itude of rea(iers both in Europe and America. In the present Jrorkhe has grouped around the mountains of ^»^t_^the; _dwti_^&es- _- of4h_%_'---nrt8_^-eininent Old _Testament saints, and of Stephen in the New f estameat. It idiot a mere roll and record of death-bed scenefj? butthes closing _^ hours of Scri_^_9_& _^_rtMei _^mi _XieeV - nMe_^thV standpoint for a retrospect of their character and destiny. The author has kept in mind the important fact that each character delineated in sacred history has some grand individual lesson for the world and the Chjich. We can commend this book as a fine exhibitioti of the distinguish- ^^ tgorOTe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

TUe Old Pnritan's Will. The old wuri tans carried their religion into everything. A sense of; God and eternal things pervaded. their daily life. Recognizing Divine/Providence in all eventsthey were habitually devout, and "fullPf faith ' in theISoly Ghost.". ' , _^Espedially as life drew near to a close, and the great truths, on which they ha.d rested as Ihe 'foundation of their hopes of immortal blessedness, were to be submitted to the final test of the dying hour, they examined with solemn interest the strength " of _thisi foundation. ' Profound meditation on these religious subjects gave a tinge to their thoughts: on worldly matters even, and religion tound••.-its way into ¦ the instruments which they executed,for the disposition of their worldly goods. , , The writer had occasion , a few days since" , to examine a volume of Probate Records of the County of Plymouth, and his attention was called to the will of an old Puritan clergyman, which , well illustrates the above. We co...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

Crooked_^ sjttftes _*iiiMails. It is a sad fact that nearly every young lady in fasMoniable life has lateral eurvature of the. spine. This comes on at the age of ten or eleven, and continues slowly but steadily to increase, unnoticed even by a mother's _watdhful eye_^Jall the child is reall y deformed; one shoulder is much larger and higher than the other , and one hip higher, so that the dressmaker is obliged to put cotton in the dress, to make the back look flat and square. The boys, their brothers, have no such trouble ; wny 'should they ? The question may well be asked by every thoughtful parent; I answer that improper dress, and other physiological errors, in which girlg constantly indulge, produce this mischief. The dress of the girl is always tighter than her brother's and this is done while _shf is _qiiife: young, _^td gijsfe her a form," the mother saysas if God did not do this whp.n hfi ma rift"th'fl _nhitrf. This constant pressure upon the muscles of the spine, whic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

Tae Social Jiorror. An untidy woman I Little soap; and much perfume. Henty of, jewelry and a lack of strings and ; buttons. Silks and laces, and tattered under-elothes. Diamond rings and soiled collar. Feathers and flowers, and battered cap frill. Silk stockings and shabby boots. Who has not seen her? . If you are,a person of courage enter her dressing-room. Make your way over the carpefc through mismated slippers, tippets,,belt,ribbons, hair pins,.pictorials, _magazines, fashion .prints, and unpaid bills, and look vainly round "for a chliir thafe_^is sufficiently free from dust tp sit down upon. Look at the dingy muslin window curtains, the questionable bed quilt and_^pillpw eases the ttvfreshness of every thing your eye falls upon. UB_?a the _^psejijyloor, and .see. the pile&fWfessesi a#wa%_tiig _^ tne's%tG|i in tim_^fl_^f |##ff _'_t|)^'\|n|gpps; see iheJbatfdBoxes withpiit covers,-and/ all the hogilpe; paraphernalia- of f a lazy,_^nefficientr.vacant/idealess-fp _who_^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

5 _,;.. ....JLMammof Goodlaste. The followirigi _yery_^happyfand equally teuesketchisis «_firom the London Quarterly Mettiewn "-You See this lady turning a leold_^eye to the assurances of shopmen and the recommendation of milliners * _^h * e _^areg _. not how priginil a pattern may be, if *_t :_W _ttgty_,OT_,_ywT |ecent:a shape, if it ' be awkward_^ Wttatever lawS falhidn dictates , shejfifllow_^ia l&wW}H_^r own, and is never •BeinndHti" _Shg wears very beautiful things whidrpeopie g_^tfe_^ny-_^_pseld_^ ifelcbed from Paris, or at least wade _' by a French <_millineip!fut! ? whieb as_c os flen are •bougbt at the nearest to_^aitld made_3p by her own maid. Not that her costume isT ei 'ther rich or new; _.onttKl _^ntrary_^l _iii e -wear s many _^. a-noheaD dress, _jhiit it is alwn_^_o _nra+>Tr _^-a ,, She _dealgrin npigaodjcotifusiofii of colors, nor does she affeWa'_^stitidied sobriety; but she_^_ex_^_efreshel you _wiiiVsplrled contrast, ' or, composes._^ou wi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

• little by Little. ; Do my dear ypungfriends ever think how almost all that is good comes to us? Did you ever see a farmer,planting_>nd _sow ing? Down in the moist ear _throes the seed ajod .yellow_^corn, grain-fbyfgravn;|little_? iby little. God sees, the i farmer at his work, and knows full well that he, bas; done what he could; so he kindl y sends the _^gentle rain _? _idrop by drop, and not. one of these little drops _jver_^forge ts _ita13 erraud:. ' upon which the good God se_^ads it % MM ear|ll "I have found you put ," sail the raindrop to the tiny grain of wheat) ' "though you are dead and in your grave, God has sent me- to raise you up." ' _, Well, there is _^nothing _impossible with? him j s"P when the_^jin_^rpp haldone its errand, ajspark o_^_lifejshoots out>from i thf very heart pf _^ the tiny grain,,wjueh_^s dial and buried, and little by _jittie $ makes its _jray put of the tomb , and, stands: a single blade in the warm sunlight. That is nobly done; a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

Bow the British Debt is Held.—It is not generally known to what extent the British funds are held by the poorer classes in Great Britain The following table, therefore, cannot but be interesting at this time. It is found in a note in the first volume of " Alison on Population ," page 127, English edition: Table of the holders of property in British funds in 1837, from_% " Forter's Parliamentary Tables for 1837." Holders. Dividend not exceeding £ 5 87,212 " " 10 45,020 " 50 98,759 _« " 100 25,888 " " 200 14,810 " " 300 4,493 _v ' " 500 2,762 - " - " 1,000 1,359 " " 2,000 402 Dividend exceeding 2,000 176 It appears from this table that of the holders of the British debt, 280,881, there are 256,879_"who hold an .amount drawin-' dividends riot exceeding £100, and'that 87,212 hold such small'amounts as . entitle them to draw less than £5.

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