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

Cliurcli Tower and the Stars. During the melancholy time of the Eevolution in France, foolish men tried to forget God; and for some time the churches ,_weret,clpsed, and in many,cases.destroyed. . _,; " Itam goingvto.;order :_ypuri5 pldi« ,church tower to be destroyed," , said an unbelieving revolutionist one day_,to, a .pious peasant. " I wish you to have nothing left to remind you of your old superstitions." The peasant replied' by pointing to the heavens. " You will be obliged," said he, " to leave us the stars, which are far older, and are seen from a far greater distance, than our old church tower. If the church is destroyed, the sun and moon and stars will never cease to sneak to us of God." " The heavens declare the glory ot trod and the firmament showeth his handiwork. Day unto day uttereth speech,,and night unto night showeth knowledge Their is no speech nor language where their voice is not heard. Their line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to thft en...

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

where is Cumberland uap ?—Cumberland Gap is situated about ten miles from Cumberland Ford, in Tennessee, and has been celebrated for a century as a great depression in the mountain ridge which traverses the continent from New-Hampshire to North Alabama. Through this gap, very similar in appearance and characteristic to the South Pass in the Rocky Mountains, formerly the emigrants from Virginia and North Carolina passed on their way to the virgin wilds of the West. Ior halt a century thousands upon thousands poured through this natural gateway into the Mississippi Valley from the Atlantic slopes. Boone, Kenton and their pioneer confreres first entered the land of " cane and turkey" over the pre-Adamite turnpike. It really forms to this hour" the best and, in fact, the only practicable road for the transportation of troops and'heavy munitions' of war from East Tennessee into Kentucky.

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

™iiiTA. _RENSHAW, Family Grocer and Tea Dealer, . hon8e ' corBerofLiDerty;aBd naiid&tmts, ' (^/ew doors _afew his old _staTtd,_} -_^JJJ— —S _eBOcniMt d Foreign »nd _^_SyM_^_JS_^k S_^ Sauces _TreseTrei -f™*"" «**f JDw&8to Hottsekwp"* Beef, &c, beside* J_^^^^_g SeeWsKnmorii_^ where _S3S33BE_£;fc_£. -r* all may _^. 0LESAIiB £$_» _KETATU.-S* _Catalogs containing a_» «_teDied list of *>y *t«* f-r _nished My mail, _« desired. jqhn a BKSgHAW, a»7-lr Co'- _K*** * T)d Ha "" S*.,_T _W_*_teW_^

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

mm _iwvite_^tSe _ATTmmm_» «* ^» .ithopaMIetbttieKHIIiAPKLPBlAa' ? 3i " : Housekeeping Dry Goods_^_Store. where may be found a large _asaortineBt oJ all kinds of »rj Goods, required in fi»raiBhing » _howrt, thusl_^ng _th trouble usnally-experienced in inmtiBg sneh artjrfw_, ib _^ valiousplaces. In con»eqtiOTceof our _goring onr *^™**° this kind of stock, _totae exclnaon of _dresB and _iaoey goods, we can guarantee odt prices _anfl _slylea to be tie mo«»T«rable'in the market. _IJST LINE& GOODS, we are able to give perfect satisfaction, being _Ifce €_ideri Established Linen Start in the city, and ba-nng _leea for more than twenty _yeara _regular hnpoiien from some of t _J;^88 _mamifacturers in Ireland. We offer, also, a _laige »*<«* ™ FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, of the best qualities to be obtained, and at the yen lowest prices. Also, Blankets, Qoilte, _Sbefetfngs, Tickings,J I>afea6k-Table Cloths, and NapKbw, Towellingslepers, Hne_^atmcks, Table and Piano Covew, Dama...

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

T 'B A TEAT I ,T JB A- _^ WSOLES ALS AND RETAIL. . j. 3?. -vrxvvra&f_' * 114 Smithiield Street, PittsDUig fl, / HAS 3K>R SALE A Choice Selection OF With all Culinary etcet«ui. _^^^toy a»a _wreftU _j_^- Orders _l>y ma" _prompwj -_» jnt_»14-t *".*irW!_irliPd. • "~ i

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

Land Warrants.—Notwithstandin g the great depression in business, land warrants , under the act of 1845, amounting to upward of 2,000,000 acres , have been located during the year ending June 30th. The balance remaining out is very small. The Government now owns 60,000,000 acres , which have been surveyed and offered for sale, and ready for private entry. Besides this, nearly 45,000,000 acres-have been surveyed, but not put in market , which may be taken up by preemptors. This is exclusive of the' immense tracts • of ' land which have not been surveyed* in the new territories of>Dacotahj Colorado , rand-Nexrai\a

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

_^ Seamen andSoldiers._™SincethebombardS ^^^ ^^_t'Sumpter about seven7 -thousand seamen have been bookeji'in _' th ' e5 New-York, and twenty-ni_^e thousand at oth ' er naval rendezvous—Washington, Philadelphia, Boston, Portsmouth , Buffalo, etc._^ L making an aggregate of flnrly:six thousaW men. The number of men enjisfced_' in the' regular army ' during' the same time is approximately as follows i—rFor general_] sjer- ' vice, two thousand; ffor_^the nine regiments * of infantry, one of cavalry, and .one, off-artillery,'J ten thousand—makin g a total • of. twelve thousand. ' - • . »,..,., • _7:=====:=:======::= _^^r-_'_^Q occupation of -i _WMTW_^SWlJ! *• spent much of *J« * *_£J _em6e into sou-, wood Wk of the sacrea T _je venirs _^for themselves _^f^^ bu ilt church-at Fairfax Oo_«rtJ* ._^ %ter by Lord Fairfa_*, _aBd the puPd § _Were _oonattnet_^ "J_^_ge Washmg-Church, and' at this _rt* _^ _g _^ to,! was married. The ai _^ _^ ly ail cut _^ay, and * 18 _^ _^are

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

n O OFISG-^WILLIAM JOHNSON, (late Bates * _Jounscot,) Sole _Ibuntetam awl Dealer to _tteMlowing _threKiwtact _"_w &_£_«_& C-eatletted _C*?™™?_"* Id ImprowdVeH,Cement^<ta_** *£_?mS ' tlBjj_» _^ Office at Sates * _Johnson's oJd _siasS, 75 SmttMeUi »r«t, Mtte_^_MS1 '- **' ._#fc Ki B.-B»_is _QTM CEMENT is ^^^J_^J_^JS_^ idau alsoksaprfnt to _parent *>*—»*Jgg£g_*_-

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

The Anniversary of the battle_^ of Trafalgar has just been celebrated in England. The engagement was fought fifty-six years ago/yet one hurinred and seventeen veteran officers of the British navy who participated in it met at the Royal Navy; Club toceiebrate the'day: Among them were Ad-' mirals Sartorious 'and_> Hole, and Vice-Admirals' Bruce, Plumridge, Wa'lpble> and' Westphal. \-'11 _^>•

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

_^_JPRlNGr STYL_.ES FOR Grentlemen's G_^armeiiiis, In great variety; embracing in part, a large and well Selected stock of _JancyFrench and English d j CASSIMERES AND COATINC3, Together with as fine an assortment of Black and Colored CLOTHS AND VESTINGS, as the manufactories of Enrope can produce, which are adapted to the wants of .gentlemen ot taste, who appreciate style and quality in clothing. SAMUEL GRAY & SOW, ' _mar tO-lv No. 19 TWh St. VHtahnrgh.

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

Traitors ' in tfie'RevolntioVs _' • '• .._^it The following, extracts, of." Ni ew{spa.pe;rs in the _Revolution," and _>' action I _' ofeStale. Legislatures," from the pen of BvJ.tfMsinc:, the Revolutionary _histbrian_^'win' 'be_!f read, witlft . interest as a similarity to the present .state of ,.the opuntry > _. ,.;;( In all the colonies there were only thirtyseyep_^ew_/spapers, and ;pf».those,. at the time in question,Honly seven were devotedto the interests of the British Government. _Theae were _sootrnstifled by .public opinion wherever the1 WMgB, as the patriots were called, bore1 rutef'_^hile' fiye !i!&f the remaining thirty' _^ _er|,Sedticepl' b_^gpld or frightened by innuendoes into the support of the Crown. _^ Rivjngtpn's Moy&l Gazette, pubjished_^in _^e_^-Yprk _jj took ground boldly against [the_* _Jtevolutionary movement; and at noondayitlate in' the'Autumn of1775, it was _^ . 'Surprised" By one liundred light horsemen fr'6m Gonneetic...

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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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENCE. YSmtU. AND ITAIT'S A88il0I.T—XHS _KlKO OF _PBCTSIA AXD A Liberal PeoqkaUmb—Ieelasd and thb _Asbbs op a " F4-IWOf '* —f8AS018 JoiSEPH, HtNOART, AHD GaSIBAIUDI—Oofr-LEN VERSUS MACHAl ' e—PREACHING IN A LONDON THEATBK—Rationalism Rebuked—Doctor Lushinqton's "Jrmament"—Mr. Heath's _Heeest Anawsed—EEttEOfiONS ' TtfaiBEOS—THE ,TBACf ARIAN8 B»_Sr AND SOATHBtESS—TfiB _XoBwa Men's Christian .Association—Thb Whtier's nrttTRSK nv T.Tn'nnuBS-_^_PoRTSniiTPi1 - LONDON, Mm.», i»_ei. Venetia* attached, not Rome—^such it ia now indicated by the Turin correspondent of the _fiimes_, is Napoleon's programme next year. One can well suppose that one so astute and cunning, and placed in such difficulties what between the devotee Empress, the Pope and the clergy, and the reproaches if not the threats of his old friends the Carbonari of Italy (an oath, awful in its character, binding his sOul, and its violation exposing him to a dagger as deadly as would have been that of Or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

For tbe Presbyterian Banner. farter-Centennial Celebration in the First \ Presbyterian ehurch, Steabejiviile. It is just twenty-five years, last Sabbath, lace the Rev. Dr. H_. G-. Cbmingb began is ministrations in the First Presbyterian liureb, Steubenville , and the interesting Bcasiou was celebrated! in a bedoining lanner. j_*At a meeting of the congregation, it was polved that we celebrate the quarter-eentnnial anniversary of the pastoral relation V Dr. H. G. Comineo as pastor of our Burch, and that we extend an invitation jt the several ministers of all the evangelill churches of this city, and to the conjregation of the Second Presbyterian birch The congregation of the Second lurch united with the Mrst_^ in the exer-|es of the occasion. K)n the, morning of the Sabbath, Dr. Cottpgo preached an instructive and eloquent ¦course to a crowded house, from Psalms ffiii: 5—'" I remember the days of ¦Jfen. ¦The preacher first drew a contrast between R outgoing and incoming quarter...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

Imramess_* The _Wfleet 6f iretfulness is seen;not onl y in the temper and in the spirit, but in th« voice and in the aspect of the face. Beatr that woman's' cracked and shrieking tone, pitched in a falsette, plaintive, wheezing whine, more; disagreeable, than the grating of a( rusty dopr-hiDge, or the filing of a saw, or the creaking of ;a _birpkein chair,;or the chewing of _unexpected grayel in the teeth ! Is that the human voice ? Such a voicp heard in a house is worse than the smell of brimstone, and _^rit _j operates like a perpetual mildew to rot out all energy, and peace, and hope from the hearts of the whole household, servants,.children, companions, and lovers. 1 See that face,; wi th an eye glaring but npt lustrous—-the - glare of wet putty, npt *; pf_^ keen steeLor cold;ice -_^-lppl f at the p_|nchedt.-npstril. _i Sharp: and yet_^dulled>; Jmark _thaiswwl, irresolute and _despondiiigi.iine_^en_^and yet deepasthough p_^edl_£by _dii«^!lSorth_:3|ast _/ .fog!j _^ehol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

Selaii. This word, which is used in the Psalms seventy-four times, _aDd thrice in the prophecy of Habakkuk, must have some sienificant meaning, and yet there seems to be much doubt in reference to the matter. It is a Hebrew word, which the translators have left as they found it, because they could not agree as to its meaning. The Targumy and _mdst of the Jewish commentators, give to the word the meaning of eternall _yi forever. The voice of the Septuagint translation, appears to have regarded it as a musical or rythmical note-Herner regards it as indicating a change of tone j Matheson, as a musics,! note equiva lent, perhaps to the word .repeat. According to Luther, and others, it is equivalent to tbe.exciamation,: _st_^e»ce/ Gesenius say_# Selah means, " Let the instruments play, and the /singers stop." Wocher regards it as equivalent to sursumcorda! (up, my soul!) Sommer, after examining all the seventyfour passages in which! the word qccuib, recognizes in every case "an actua...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

_Oen. flaveloek's _ftapr f TeBt. Many people excuse themselves from God's service' ;fbr want of 5 time. The apprentiee does j the school-boy in the hurry of term time does ; the man at his workshop j the mother with her large family around her. General Havelock, that distinguished General in India, whose wisdom and bravery did so much to putJ a-stop to the cruel and bloody mutiny of' the Sepoys, never made this excuse to 'get rid of the service of his Heavenly Father. He had time, among all the hurry and worry of camp life, to make the business of religion he first business. He f<mvtd time. He did not believe that God ever put men in posts where they could not serve him. He was a man of prayer, and he found time to pray; not only to pray by himself, but with his men. Among his camp-baggage was a praying-tent, the largest one he had, and this he used to pitch at the stations, and hold prayer meetings in it, and read the precious Word of God to his soldiers. He well knew ...

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