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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner (Newspaper) - October 11, 1862, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPresbyterian , october 11, 1862.ibctnr. A for the presbyterian Wake be Bloth Iii from your slumbers a join the Bond of conquering freemen join your Brave and Noble Brothers in the glorious cause of Freedom. Home was pleasant friends were dear a but dearer still their country a cause did partings Cost them Many a tear they 11 shed their blood to crush her foes. Cowardly Oan you stay at Home while ten thousands daily go ? a when your country bids you come can you basely answer no ? brighter Days Are in the future god rewards the Brave and True but should you he proved unfaithful endless shame will fall to you. Go to Brave the Clouds Are breaking the Light of Freedom gleams Between on 1 to glory slight awaking join the surely conquering band. L. W. 11.iook Lotic is. Thirteen months in the rebel army being a narrative of personal adventures in the infantry ordnance cavalry courier and Hospital services with an exhibition of the Power purposes earnestness military despotism and demoralization of the South. By an impressed new yorker. New York a. S. Ramea cd Burr f the style of this Book is sprightly and As it abounds in narratives of personal adventures in connexion with the Rebl army it cannot fail to interest most who will peruse it. As to its truthfulness we cannot speak positively. The author seems to at an honest statement of facts though granting him the credit of sincerity some Little allowance May be we think for the Bias of education excitement and fancy. Tracts tor have received from the american tract society 929 Chestnut Street., Philadelphia two packages of tracts written expressly for soldiers. They Are of convenient Sise for the pocket Are neatly gotten up and Well adapted in other respects for circulation and usefulness Franks Friend on the Rampart of st Asbott. By re. A m. Cap Tori author of the schoolmaster and his son. Translated from the German. This Little volume is published by the lutheran by Sard of publication Philadelphia. It is attractive in style and Well worthy of perusal. Its spirit is eminently evangelical. We would recommend its distribution among our of the Christian commission. The Christian commission was called into existence by the voice of god for the War. The new aspects of our great National struggle with the vast enlargement of forces employed demand for us enlargement of plans and a More perfect system for effecting the great purposes of our organization. We accept the increased and increasing responsibilities As we accepted the work at a first As from god and would meet them As god May give us Wisdom and Means with All Bur hearts. Duty to our soldiers and sailors to our country and our god demands of us a few Earnest words to the Public. The president the secretaries of War and of the Navy and the general in com Man of our armies gave us their letters of Hearty commendation at the first the surgeon general and the medical directors of both the army of the Potomac and the army of Virginia have Given us every facility and encouragement the government is How aiding us peculiarly in reaching the Camps of the army with stores and publications for distribution whilst both our delegates and the stores and publications they distribute Are every where received amongst the wounded on the Battle Fields and in hospitals and by our soldiers in the army with every demonstration of gladness and Gratin do and in the Camps. Officers cheerfully Call out their men regiment by regiment to hear addresses from oar Dele a vast army is All open to is. Thousands in the hospitals Appeal to us for publications for libraries and for delegates to Aid such chaplains As have More than they Oan attend to under their charge and for delegates to Supply the place of chaplains where none have been appointed by the government. More than a million of men called into the service of the country on land and on sea await Christian influences and benefactions at our hands and every Battle Field affords for us and demands of us Especial help to care for the wounded and to counsel the dying. A Railroad express and Telegraph companies afford us special facilities of transportation and transmission for our men and stores and messages to every Point and our delegates Are All volunteers giving their set Viaes freely for the love they Bear soldiers and sailors the country and god. And our Young men s Christian associations afford us. Without charge every facility in. Their several localities away from the seat of War for receiving and forwarding stores or when near for aiding. In their distribution. Of fins one of the grandest special works Eyer Christian patriots presents itself to us whilst an Agency to do this great work has been specially provided which is fat reaching and full of life and Energy and the most economical Ever known since the Days of the apostles. Volunteer delegates have All along offered their services in greater numbers than we could commission and the Public have generously responded to every appear for Money and stores. We therefore make this address As Well to thank the friends of our cause for their great generosity As to spread before them our enlarged plans and systematic arrangements for carrying Forward the grand work before us and we do. This in the full Confidence that neither men Money publications nor stores will be withheld but freely and abundantly the enlarged measure required. A we As a Christian commission ate an Alliance Rof men of Manv Chure Hes. Chosen by a convention of the Young men s Chris Tiai associations of Many cities and states All denominational differences Are sunk out of mind in the one predominant desire to give True with every temporal Benefit in our Power to the Brave men of our army and Navy. And god has moved the hearts of his children so deeply that already the number of boxes and barrels of publications and stores received has reached eight bundred and. Twenty six and the number of delegates commissioned Over Hundred. Pro Miil Ink pastors of Church Quot Gie with Christian the Rotante and other men of position and influence have gone As delegates from Philadelphia and front As far East As Maine gone without to perform for our suffering heroes such offices As washing off the filth of helpless Days and nights on the Battle Field dressing wounds bloody and offensive and a thousand nameless things that Money could not have hired them to do. This together with the work of ministering to the sick the wounded the dying in the hospitals distributing stores and publications and holding meetings for prayer both in hospitals and Camps visiting and addressing soldiers in the Field regiment by regiment transmitting messages letters and packages from their Homes to the soldiers and from the soldiers to their Homes and whatever else the ease might demand or Christian sympathy might devise. They have often shared with the soldiers sometimes the hard Couch and the hard bread and sometimes sleepless nights and Days without bread or Couch and All not Only without but with the greatest cheerfulness and after having gone once As delegates they All desire to go again a and some have gone time after time and spent Many weeks in the work. The fruits of this work cannot be measured. The sick and wounded have been eared for and in Many instances saved from death the dying have been pointed with prayer to Jesus the living in the army have been cheered to duty the swelling tide of vice and intemperance has been in Many instances cheeked and great numbers have been hopefully converted to god both in the regiments and in the hospitals. One chaplain furnished by us with books and papers and aided by one of our delegates in establishing prayer meetings in his regiment writes that although he has been Many years the pastor of a Large and prosperous congregation god has Given him the inexpressible Delight of seeing More conversions in his regiment in two months of his chaplaincy than in his congregation during any two whole years of his pastorate. Another the chaplain of one of the largest of our hospitals says that he has been cheered by Many eases of hopeful conversion and never has known any Field so White for the Harvest. Our delegates inform us of Many conversions under their own immediate instructions and of remarkable effects of the truth spoken to our heroes in the Field. After an address upon profanity to one regiment one Captain in dismissing or company said a a men Mark i never another oath is to be uttered in this another said As much with the emphasis of Assurance that the first Man uttering an oath should receive summary punishment. Intelligence comes of a revival in full Progress in another regiment and in another of prayer meetings on Sabbath in every Street of their Camp. And facts of similar import reach is Day by Day. Our delegates have gone to the Fields and Field hospitals of the Battles of Williamsburg pair Oaks seven Pines the Shieka Hominy Malvern Hill Cedar Mountain Centreville Bull run no. 2, and Fairfax in Virginia and South Mountain Antie Tam and others in Maryland. Whilst in the West the bloody Field of Shiloh not to mention others was visited by a Large delegation with ample stores from Chicago not included in the enumeration Given. Other delegates have been stationed in hospitals destitute of chaplains and others in hospitals requiring assistant chaplains to work on from week to week. And yet others Are in the Field work distributing Reading matter and stores to soldiers establishing prayer meetings a and addressing regiments. Our plans Are our work systematized Railroad express and telegraphic facilities secured from Distant Points to the Field and ambulance facilities in the Field we have efficient local agencies in Baltimore Washington Annapolis st. Louis Louisville Chicago Memphis and at fortress Monroe the whole army is open to us we Oan extend operations to reach and Benefit every regiment god is Blessing us and bidding us go Forward Christian gentlemen of standing Talent and piety offer in abundance to Volunteer As delegates and now All we want under divine favor is Money to Purchase with and the needful expenses together with publications and stores for distribution upon the enlarged scale of our great army. Two thousand dollars expended in publications would not More than fill the requests of to Day. Our braves soldiers Are hungry for religious papers especially. The work and the demand daily increases. Everything Given goes where intended through our own delegates. Now is our. Opportunity. Golden moments Are passing. Let us have Money and stores. Send Forward what you have in hand. Do not retain Money As capital. Send it and collect More if you need capital. Give All and Trust god for future Supply. And let us together Honor god bless our army and Navy and Confer untold Benefit on the country and the world by an Earnest generous vigorous prosecution of this great work throughout our entire Force on the land and on the sea. Rollin al Neale Boston. Charles Demond a a e. S. Janes new York. James Eells Brooklyn. Mito hell h. Miller Washington. Clinton b. Fisk st. Louis. . Stuart Philadelphia. John p. Crozer a a Jay Cooke a . L. R. P. Thompson Cincinnati. John y. Farwell Chicago. John d. Hill Buffalo. All moneys should be sent to Joseph Patterson Esq., treasurer presiden t Western Bank Philadelphia. All stores to. Geo. H. Stuart Esq., chairman 13 Bank Street Philadelphia. All letters to Rev. W. E. Boardman Secretary 13 Bank Street Philadelphia. Revs. Drake Moore and in Cairs obtained j was his wife a both wept together for air Liberty to labor without the Bounds of 1 sins. For the presbyterian Bann Erthe presbytery of body met in Coshocton on the 16th of september. The Moderator Rev. M r. Miller being absent Rev. J. I Duncan the last Moderator present presided and Rev. L. B. W. Shryock was chosen clerk pro Tern. A Sermon from Jude 21st, was preached by Rev. J Ohn Kelly. After which the Roll was called and fourteen ministers and eighteen elders responded. 1 written reports from late commissioners to the general Assembly were received re d and approved. The Case of or. Plainer and the Western theological Seminary elicited some discus Sion but no definite action was taken. The general impression As the writer was informed for he was not present seemed to be that the whole matter belongs of right to the general Assembly and that All presbyterian action tends Only to undesirable complications and angry disputes among Brethren. It a presbytery till its next meeting. The Church of Rush Creek being reported As in arrears with the salary of its stated Supply Rev. W. Morris Grimes was appointed to visit it and bring this matter to the notice of those concerned. Sundry overtures were received and answered and certain judicial cases either decided or put in shape for future decision. Rev. E. H. Leavitt was received from the presbytery of Lodiana. A Call being put into his hands from the second Church of Zanesville and he having signified Hia acceptance of the same a committee was appointed to attend Touris installation. The pastoral relation. Between Rev. John Arthur and the Church of it. Zion was dissolved. Rev. A m. Robinson was dismissed 40 the presbytery of Washington Andfrew. M. A. Hoge to that of Western re save. Yery satisfactory reports were received from the professors in the Western theological Seminary and from Washington College concerning the moral and. Literary standing Ofey train of our licentiate and candidates now prosecuting their studies in these institutions. Commissioners to the next general Assembly were nominated Viz revs. Willson and Dunean principals and revs. Ferguson and Alexander alternates with elders Matthew Scott and William Monroe principals and William Blaek and Robert Buchanan default of the Board of missions to furnish the amount asked for the support of Rev. 0. C. B. Duncan measures were taken redeem the pledge to this brother by the presbytery at its last meeting. A Call was put into the hands of Rev. A. R. Hamilton for one half his time from the Church of Madison which he asked and obtained leave to retain till the next meeting of presbytery. A similar permit was granted Rev. C. 0. B. Duncan to the Calls of Deerfield and Oak Field. The petition for the organization of a Church in new Concord was not granted. The churches of Eben a Creek Linton Senecaville Bristol Brownsville Newark it. Pleasant and Muski Ngum obtained leave to Supply themselves till next regular meeting of presbytery. Presbytery resolved to meet at the Call of the Moderator during the session of Synod soon to Convene at Bucyrus and to hold its next stated meeting in Washington on the. Second tuesday of april 1863. After the usual cordial vote of thanks to the people of Coshocton for courtesies kindness &c., presbytery . M. Ferguson s. C. A you read in a too by attending meetings where the Bible and churches were ridiculed and by Reading sceptical authors or became a confirmed infidel. In his rage one Day while speaking against the followers of Jesus he seized the Bible from the stand cast it into the fire and watched it in tilt was consumed. His wife and child stood amazed fearing to speak a word. He continued in this career spending his sundays among scoffers and blasphemers forbidding both his wife and child to hear the word of god. Months passed away in this wretchedness when being alone with her Mother one Day litle Mary asked a a Mother can to i go to sunday school a a. A a i should be willing a said her Mother a a but you know your father will whip you if you a can t i go in the afternoons when father s away at his meeting a a a perhaps you might but you know How your father hates Mary hesitated and then said a a if you will let me go i wont mind being whipped May i go next. Sunday a a you May but take care How you speak of it to your a Job in a so glad a said the dear child and her face lit up with cheerful smiles As she imprinted a kiss on her Mother s Cheek. The next sunday Mary went for the first time to the sunday school. She was delighted the singing charmed her the voice of prayer solemnized her a and the Loving holy talk of a devoted teacher won her heart. That sunday to her was a High Day and a holy Day. She became a faithful diligent scholar. It was not Long before her teacher presented her with a Small Bible As a birthday gift. She was delighted but what could she do with it where could she conceal it would it be burned like her mothers ? Many anxious thoughts passed through her. Mind. Well she knew if it were placed on the bookshelf a it would be destroyed. She concluded to hide it beneath her Pillow. So Between the bed and mattress she deposited her sacred treasured Many were the Happy hours she spent alone perusing its most precious pages. About two years after she began attending the school one sunday afternoon her father came Home earlier than usual. Having to go up stairs for something on reaching Mary s room he heard her voice in Earnest prayer. A a o god have Merey on my dear father. Show Hin his sins let him feel his need of Jesus Christ. May he seek thy mercy and find peace through believing in Jesus a he stood powerless almost paralysed quietly he turned and came Down stairs a and was overcome with a sense of his before god. The hand of god had touched him. The Light of heaven had beamed upon his dark polluted soul. He Sank Down on a chair a and said to his wife a a i feel very his wife looking at him anxiously said a a you do not look Well what a the matter Stairi Send for the doctor a a no in a not sick but i feel an awful weight on my heart is not there a Bible in the House a he sighed heavily when Mary spoke a father i know where there is one shall i fetch it a a a a yes child quickly she was in her room and brought the Book it to her father. He gave it to his wife saying a a you read i m too opening the Book in the Middle her Eye fell on the fifty first psalm which she read slowly and distinctly. A a have mercy upon me 0 god according to thy Loving kindness a never fell upon ears More ready to receive the than was this poor trembling sinner. When the psalm was finished lie said a a can to you Pray for me a blushing at such an unexpected request she said a a no i cannot i have not prayed since i was a Little the dear child seeing her fathers distress said a a father shall i Pray a a yes child if you she keeled Down her father and Mother both fell on their Knees when she poured out a fervent prayer for mercy and salvation for these her parents. God was in that room. Jesus was there. The holy spirit was there Quot. Quot that fathers heart was melted so7 Mary a face beamed with Joy that her prayers were now answered. Many times had she sought the lord alone and prayed for her fathers conversion. That Day salvation came to that House. While partaking of their evening meal he said a i would like to go somewhere to Church the wife answered a a i do not know hardly where to go but i 11 go with Mary said a a wont you go and hear or. B a they consented. She led them to the Sanctuary where was Het sunday school. The gospel of Jesus was proclaimed and the words reached the heart of this mad. He went Home to Pray. He sought and obtained Merey. His wife became a Christian All three United with the Church. Mary is now a devoted sunday school teacher endeavouring to Lead other children to Christ. The infidel is a zealous Christian and has written defending the Faith he once sought to destroy. Who can Over estimate the influence of a pious child ? verily he Lead eth the Blind by a Way they know not and in paths they have not original anti slavery agitators. There a is not a Man living who wishes More sincerely than i do to see a plan adopted for the abolition of . Washington april 12, 1786. A the scheme my dear Marquis which you propose As a precedent to encourage the emancipation of the Black people in this country from the state of bondage in which they Are held is a striking evidence of. The Benevolence of your Washington to Lafayette 1783. A a it is the most Earnest wish of America to see an entire Stop forever put to the wicked Crimiel and unnatural Trade in a meeting at Fairfax va., july the 1774, presided Over by Washington. A a i tremble for my country when i reflect that god is just. His Justice cannot sleep forever.�?��?, persons notes on slavery in Virginia 1782. A the King of great Britain has waged cruel War against human nature itself violating its most sacred rights of life and Liberty in the persons of a Distant people who never offended him captivating them and carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere or to incur miserable death in their transportation i a Jefferson a original draft of the declaration of Independence. A a after the year 1800 of the Christian Era there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in any of the said states a All of the territories then belonging to the United states a Jefferson a ordinance of 1787, unanimously approved by gon Grpss and signed by Washington. A a we have seen the Mere distinction of color in the most enlightened period of time a ground of the most oppressive Dominion Ever exercised by Man Over Ajames Madison. A we have found that this evil has prayed upon the very vitals of the Union and has been prejudicial to All the states in which it has Monroe. A a the Tariff was Only the pretext and disunion and a Southern confederacy the real object. The next pretext will be the negro or slavery question a a Andrew Jackson May 1833. A a a sir i envy neither the heart nor the Bead of that Man from. The North who rises Here to defend slavery on John Randolph of Roanoke. A the people of Carolina form two classes the Rich and the poor. The poor Are very poor the Rich who have slaves to do All their work give them no employment. The Little they get is Laid out in Brandy not in books and newspapers hence they know nothing of the comparative Blessing of our country or of the dangers which threaten it therefore they care nothing about . Francis Marion to Baron de Kalb. A a so Long As god allows the vital current to flow through my veins i will never never never by word or thought by mind or will Aid in submitting one Rood of free territory to the everlasting curse of human olay. Alluding to the time the above sentiment was uttered Thomas h. Benton says a that was a proud Day. I could have wished that i had spoken the Bame words i speak them now telling you they were his and adopting them As my a a we consider the voluntary enslaving of one part of the human race by another As utterly inconsistent with the Law of god which enjoins that 1 All things whatsoever be would that men should do to you do be even so to unanimously adopted by the general Assembly of the presbyterian Church of the United states of America 1818.the army ambulance corps. The Complete and comprehensive plan of or. H. M. Pierce president of Rutger s Institute a new York City for greater efficiency in the ambulance and Field Hospital arrangements will in All probability be Piil into operation very soon. No More Christian and. Humane work has enlisted the Quot sympathies and Active labors of any one during the rebellion. The friends and relatives of half a million of our Brave Union soldiers Are intensely interested in the Success of or. Pierces systematic plan for the Relief of our sick in hospitals and the immediate removal of the wounded from the Battle Field. It is believed by those competent to judge of the past inadequate preparations for the care of those who fall in Battle that bad his proposition been adopted when first proposed before the last Battle of Bull run hundreds of lives would have been saved. Heretofore a portion of the. Soldiers have been detailed for these purposes. When relieved from military restraint they have become intemperate careless and unmanageable,.and have proved wholly unfit for. The duties to which they have been assigned. Able intelligent humane and Patri. Otic men will now be enlisted mustered into the United states service instructed and drilled for Hospital duty. There will the she returned Quot to the ranks 16,000 fight ing men at present engaged in this service. This new system which will revolutionize a our present a Hospital arrangements finds Universal acceptance not Only with the people of our Loyal states but with the soldiers in the Field with our army officers and military authorities. It will be of immense assistance to the surgeon general who has Long Felt the need of such an or. A animation. The go Vernonj of the Loyal states assisted or. I Eccl with their counsel and influence with the Secretary of War and Gen. Halleck. The adoption of this salutary improvement reflects great credit upon the War department. The amount of Good this new army corps will accomplish is incalculable. It will certainly give new heart and Confidence to our soldiers when going into Battle will greatly facilitate recruiting and tend of friends in the army. A 862. 1862. Sisr advertise meet �?o8 White web amp co., successors to George r. White amp co., no. 25 fifth Street Pittsburgh pa., have now in store a full Attol Complete Stock of new goods comprising All the rarities of this seasons importation in dress good3, fancy Silks embroideries gloves hosiery laces skirts shawls curtain housekeeping goods Etc. In our Domestic goods will be found a Fine assortment of flannels Plain and barred of All colors Beautiful Balmoral skirts blankets All sizes and Quality together with muslims. And prints in All varieties a amp a shawls Jacques and Mantilla in every style and Price. To this department we would Call the special attention of those living away from the City. Devoting one Large room to the exclusive Selling of cloaks shawls and curtains we can always show a greater variety in a Short space of Timu than can be found in the City. White Orr amp co ecpt3-tf a. Jb3 Tyfo. 21 fifth Street a Quot Pittsburgh a. Upwards of 80,000 machines sold in the United states. More than 20,000 sold tee past tear. More speedy in movement and More durable than any other machine. To give full instructions to enable the purchaser to sew Ordinary seams stitch hem fell quilt gather bind and tuck All on the same machine and warrant it for three years. Circulars giving prices &c., will be furnished Gratis on application in person or by letter. A sewing Machino Needles silk twist Cotton and Oil constantly on hand. Jyi9-�m we. Sumner amp co. Heading for the army. Soldiers Camp Library. The american tract society 150 Nassau Street new York has just issued a Beautiful Library consisting of Twenty five volumes 18nio., enclosed in a Box at the Low Price of $3.0 among which Are a general Havelock a a a capt. Hedley vicars a a capt. Hammond a a the Blue Flag a a Young Man from Home.�?�, packages of 3,000 pages of select tracts at $2.00, Are put up to accompany the Library when desired. The soldiers pocket Library of Twenty five volumes in flexible covers containing the soldiers text Book soldiers hymns the soldiers and Jesus Story of Lucknow and other appropriate works. $2.00. A -. The american tract society has furnished gratuitously Many hundreds of thousands of pages of tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvania of Well of others. The friends of the soldiers Are availing themselves of the Opportunity of putting into their hands these most valuable books. And there Are not a few instances where most Happy results have followed the truth they contain. Books carefully put up and forwarded As purchasers May direct. Address. A ii. N. Thissell agent Irtz it. In. A2u Hwi Niit. A Reat. styles for gentlemen a garments in. Great variety embracing in part a Large and Well selected Stock of fancy French and English a Cassimeris and coatings together with As Fine an assortment of Black and coloured cloths and vesting As the manufactories of Europe can produce which Are adapted to the wants of gentlemen of taste who appreciate style and Quality in clothing. Samuel Ajtay amp son nqar1g-1v no. 1p Quot fifth st. Pittsburgh. P a �1 i i v and t e a. S 1 by and . The Williams 114 Smithfield Street Mearly opposite to the custom mouse Pittsburgh a. An to a insurance a a Agency of Tho Lycoming county Mutual insurance company of the Borough of Muncy pa., continue to insure against loss or damage by fire. Capital $2,43m09.ot. The. Losses of this company sine its organization 22 years has been but $1,160,. Jas. Rankin preen pc. Joshua. Bowman Sec a. References i. Capt. James Irvin Mich. Mccullough Esq., Rev. John Wilkinson d. S. Williams Esq., robot Wightman Esq., James my Clure Jamee Kearney Esq. G. S. Bates age to. Office Butler st., near Allen . Jy2fi.iv valuable books for Sale bythe b0a1ld of c0lp0rtage, in Renshawe a new buildings 57 hand Street Pittsburgh pa.-. Scribner a new publications. The place of the great King by Hollis reed$1.2d masons Complete works. 4 vols. Per volume. 1.25 a. Law Xanders a sermons. 2 vols. A a a a i 25 j. W. Alexander s thoughts on preaching 1.25 a a a a discourses a. 111.00 j. W. Alexander on Faith. 125 the Bible in the workshop. By meare1 j 01 alexanders moral science. 75 Culbertson on China its religion and . 75 by Robert Carter amp Brothers the Way of life. By Guthrie. I Sqq the inheritance of the saints. By same.�. I Jaq commentary on Ezekiel. By same.-1 00 Solitude sweetened. Go the broken. Bud. By a bereaved Mother. A 75 christians Hope. By james7, in grapes of Eschol. By Mcduff .77 60 the Hart and the water Brook. By same. 6 a mlle prayer.,. By same. ,77 75 morning and night watches. By same. Gilt a a 30. Mind and words of Jesus. By same. Memories of Bethany. By same. Sqq a a of Geu Claret. By satue.�.100 footsteps of st. Paul. By same. T a sunsets on hebrew mountains by same. A a a a a a a a a duty is safety. 25 a a u. Jock the Sailor boy. 95 Nelsons publications. The Bible hour or scripture lessons for the Little ones at Home. A. Pioneers of various parts of the worid.7 a i in the children a Church at biome. To a a oct Fufil christianity. By a a the Shepherd of Bethlehem. By a.l.o.e7truth Sunlo. By Todd. A or Dodds lectures to Young men. A a a a to Young ladies .7.7.7, 40 All the publications of the presbyterian Board Andalore number from the american tract society and sunday school she int i Efna a i1r,w1� age and Click a Lent assortment of Sabbath school books rewards and tickets constantly on ,1u a a a bail by treasurer. J0hf Culbertson librarian. Jalall Ajo a Winter clothing. My. Smitm merchant tailor Tio. 84 Wylie Street Pittsburgh Paia Row prepared to offer to Tua pm Tomars and the Public Sjonost stocks of Clotus Cass mures st Inos and Oak coatings that ii h w Ever snob me h 1 0 Quot j1,1 t0 order in the most Ras Liona me style on reasonable terms. A a a Tuiono forat1he�?T?iirrr0rtmc, of gekis furnishing goods lections011 a and c�?~3t.,in0 Thi goods it a Mac your own see. A a a. the Abbott collegiate in. A. Suit str. A a for Young ladies fifth Avenue Corner of 34th Street n.y., formerly a a Yvie spin Gur Institute a Union snare i ply a a or Ira let by itch. 1867 a inc of up Ciollo apartments and Taried educational Rippli. Antdhskmiil80f Eite tend Twenty experienced. Elk spun inc for phys a raining be Inmai a academic acid collegiate a department inf cd a Rarys apis s Casi Nete and gallery of paint languages music and Pine Art literature Modem to Btu Tio to co Ray on left scho�1 designed to to War tiny of a University for you3?�?T in Yon sept Quot. Of i6pl3-6t a Arar a weekly newspaper published at ip-a.-,by Rev David my Kinney. This is allege religious newspaper printed on excellent paper and in Superior style it contains in a a on All the leading topics of the Day both religions and Seo near. All the various subjects that present themselves for consideration and that Are worthy the attention of intelligent Ana Christian people Are discussed from the Christian a tend Poinc and in the comprehensive spirit of Christian Charity and enlarged Benevolence. From the beginning of our present National troubles this paper while allying itself with no political party has taken High and fearless ground in favor of the Constitution and the regularly ordained government and of the preservation of the integrity of the Union. Its utterances have been find and decided and they will continue to be such until the spirit of rebellion has Boon entirely quenched and our government once More firmly established. Our european correspondence is unequalled by any other american journal in breadth of View reliability and general usefulness. It is a Complete history of the Progress of affairs in Europe that is invaluable. The Eastern summary gives a Complete View of business opinion religious concerns and matters and things in general in nj3w-England, new Yoke and Philadelphia. This is a feature found in no other religions newspaper and makes the Banner a most valuable repository for information concerning those places to All readers. Among our contributors a Are some of the Best newspaper writers in the Church. We also have occasional correspondents in All parts of Tho land. The compendium Oldom Estic and foreign news in prepared with much cure and labor. And Juat now the news in the daily papers is often so Uncertain and contradictory that the weekly papers can give by far the most reliable news for the Public since the Opportunity for sifting and correction is allowed. Under the head of personal the most interesting incidents connected with individuals of note whether dead or living Are published. And under Tho head of varieties Are Given the results of science travel discovery Static to. Cal information a of most value to Tho Public. Whilo at the Samo Timo most valuable s e l not i o n a from books magazines and other newspapers Are Given for the Christian the Parent the Man of literature and Leaf nine and for the children. Nor Are tho7 claims of the Garden and the farm forgotten but much of the information needed for both is regularly presented. This paper is furnished to clubs of Twenty or More at the Low rate of $1.25 per annul with an additional copy to the person Gottlog up the club. To clubs of ten or More p s1.25. To single subscribers at�1.50, when sent big mail. To single subscriber in Pittsburgh or Aue Rheuy supplied by the Carrier at $2,00,. Address a. R Rev. David my Kinney presbyterian Banner Pittsburgh a. Of a e w t r a c to for soldiers and sailors just issued by a tie presbyterian boar of a nr0�82 che8tnl,t Stree. Philadelphia a Bra nod on stiff card. I ice g0 Sis by the Rev soldiers. 4 pages. Amples of Christian a a so the soldiers pocket Book f a a Jutt Cynta ,i8h and Ger twelve tracts 1 for sonic p6rl0�-Price 10 Ceuta sold ibis. In a p. Soldiers Library a a As a a seventy volumes. Price variety of tract suitable for and Navy. A Button the please address orders to. Winthrop Sargent a fur Sale m 1 roume�?T57 hand Street tto Fresby Torian Book. Foba of a a Omir and lot a Brick dwelling us very desirable a Nufi a i Nal Waul he Isle 1 greens a ale from 10 to 15 acri�6 in la a it eral temp Raicer o1jwe�?Tastata1 a by Foly John a be Shaw family grocer and Tea dealer measure in announcing to Bis friends and custom t3lat he hard recently removed to the new and spa mus wb0ns� Corner of Liberty and hand streets a few doors above his old stand s a cd having largely increased us Stock by recent porch now offers to the Public the Moat extensive and Complete sort mint to be found in this City of Choice family go Lebies foreign and Domestic fruits teas spice pickles and fences preserved fruits in great variety fish , dried Xitco besides an assortment of Domestic housekeeping articles thus constituting a housekeepers Emporium where most All articles that Are useful or necessary for the family al purchased at reasonable paces. A wholesale and retail. -5 catalogues containing an extended list of my Stock u wished by mail if desired. J0jjy a Renshaw �n7-ly Cor. Liberty and hand st Pittsburgh. G3pomfi�rrconcentfo of a family soap maker. Made by the Pennsylvania Salt manufacturing com. Quot a the Only genuine and patented article. Beware of counterfeits buyer and Sellers of the bogus articles wit. Prosecuted. For Sale by All druggists grocers. Prices reduced to suit the times. I i. Jar Rupee amp co., co set or first and Short a trusts pm Isidro maniac tuners or steam engines machinery and castings. Also of stills tanks and All other apparatus for re fining oils. Oct Smy merchants hotel 4 6 North fourth Street Philadelphia. 0. My Kibre i amp son proprietors. A chide Oid and leather store d. Kirkpatrick amp sons no 81 South third Street Betws by Mamet and be Sisoi streets Phil Adelphia have for Sale 9vant8h and Green Slaughter hides Calucci to and la Atna Kips tanners Oil &c., at the lowest prices and upon the Best terms. #3 All kinds of leather in Tho rough wanted for which the highest Marks Price will be Given in Cash or taken in Exchange for ii. Is. Leather stored free of charge and Soli oxi commission. Liberal Cash advances on leather consigned to us lan8p-l, John d. My Coria jambs s. My Cord manufacturers and dealers in hats Caps and Straw goods wholesale and retail,13 1 Wood Street Pittsburgh have now on hand for Spring sales As Large and completo an assortment of goods As can be found in any of the Eastern cities consisting of. Fix silk and. Wool hats of every style and Quality Caps of every Quality and latest fashions Palm Leaf Straw leghorn and Panama hats Straw and silk bonnets Etc., Etc. Persons wishing to Purchase either by wholesale or retail will find it to their Advant Nero to Call and a mine cur Toek my reply t o i n a acids do not despair until you have tried the water cure. The Pittsburgh water cure establishment is delightfully situated on the Banks of the Ohio ten Miles West of the City. We have treated Many Hundred cases of nearly every kind of disease and can refer to patients All Over the country whom we have restored to health after everything else had failed. The following Are among the diseases to have treated successfully. Incipient Conby a Tio asthma bronchitis coughs scr Fula every skin disease dyspepsia liver complaint constipation1 of the dowels spinal irritation neuralgia rheumatism Lumbago nervousness All diseases of the reproductive organs diabetes dropsy ac., a. To females suffering with diseases Peculiar to their sex we Appeal with Confidence As we rarely fail to effect cures in those cases. We not Ionly cure you of your disease but we entirely remove from your system the bad effects of the poisonous drugs you have taken. A a a our cure is open to Yon. Come to us and we will in one Timo Send you Home healthy and fit for life a duties terms moderate. Send for a circular to w. N. Hambleton m.d., Box 1,304, in a feb8-t> Pittsburgh a. $10 Dib Roar Iesther american sunday school Union for distribution. The $10 sunday school libraries for distribution As per legacy in will of the late Charles Brewer will be ready tor delivery on and alter july 10th, 1860 the sunday schools entitled to these libraries Are those established in Allegheny county pa., since March 31st, 1860. A. A. A a applicants will be required to subscribe to statement , location and Date of organization of the school name and Post office address of superintendent average number of Teachen and scholars in attendance and amount then contributed for support of school. Reasonable evidence by amount of contributions and otherwise of the permanence of the school will be required. Apply to up. I. Eaton. Of Eaton Mac amp co., in in fit. A a a Samson a a i furnishing undertaker Ayo. 60 Smiithfield Street keeps constantly on hand a Jaree Boatmen of ready Cliffin metallic cases shrouds �c., of the latest styles. Personal services in All cases when required and no pains will be spared to give entire Satis fac of the Many unpleasant duties necessarily connected with the preparations for burial at ,ps.boom8�pb Day an it Neil la a a a tor st Barbell a i him vegetable drops. Worst to Ever Diao overed. Of bag tin anti by or work or . In Mih. M Jamrom ram Iffie Knoy a a tsp so a or the Nosy to by admih1stxbxd, rom from Tea up Lmont did Olton Duun rain a or tonal Fri a in the my. D. B. A Sztab. Jyri by. Bro dwt a wow York. Corner of Penn and st. Cia 5 a pm i Max. Makov Rew sxs1mboit first fkr Maiuu i ,Iso let once a mental specimens of to Felt it containing col �90 a Dodge err Rev. I. C. Pershing , Best sustained College in fourteen Tea Ovit Superb Brick building so a Eilda term �otnnworse?sbi0lboar for a catalogue. Re Jim or 3d. S cd it. Prom Denton it c n Quot a not Quot for Brili Nancv Ana surpasses y and for Sale by 1 offensive w. My agr a Abib to g �80 Mason amp Ham music wardroom of a ca11 Ohhi. ,satit0?a of a How re fax a Jas

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