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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

CHAPLAINS FOB THE ARMY A very large number of _ministers are needed as chaplains. Three hundred thousand men need three hundred ministers. And they should be good ministers, truly evangelical, and fond of labor. A lazy man has no business in-the Chap-Jain ey. Just now. there are, out of charge, some excellent men of our connexion j men who had locations South, but retired on account of the rebellion; modest men, who would no\ obtrude themselves, but who are well adapted to take the spiritual instruction of our regiments." We suggest that those who are in favorable positions, should bring such men to the notice of the Governor, and of our regimental officers.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

Installation.—On jfche evening of the 3d inst., the Presbytery of Luzerne, received the Rev. Archibald Alexander Hodge, and installed him pastor of the church of Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania. The Bev. C. B. Lane preached the sermon; Bev. T. P. Hunt proposed the constitutional questions j the Bev. M. J. Hickok, D. D., charged the pastor, and the Bev. S. I\ Colt the people. Mr. Hodge enters upon the discharge of the duties of his new pastoral relations in -this important field, so long successfully cultivated by the beloved Dorrance , who has ceased from his labors, under very encouraging circumstances, fbr these times of dissensions. The Bev. T. P. Hunt has returned to the army,as Chaplain of the Seventh Begiment of Pennsylvania volunteers.— Cor. of Pres.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

Jfelp the Missionaries.—-A- box of well assorted warm clothing, in Autumn, is a delightful spectacle to a missionary and his family. Will our ladies think of this? These laborers have been obliged to submit to a reduction pf twenty-five per cent, in the appropriation of the Board. A little help in the way of raiment becomes hence more needful. Those who would make their gifts most highly useful will ascertain, through the Board's Secretary or otherwise, a family whom they may aid, and then learn by writing to the missionary, the size and sex of his children, (size also of himself and wife.) Adaptation belongs to economy and benevolence_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

I _jmljgieOTtt prater. _WTisBimra, _sISSba y , se? times _%im JOB' Having purchased for our office the " Sight' to us* Pick's Accmntavt a_*d Dispatch Patent, allor nearly all, to four subscriber* now have thtir papers addressed tn mem >renularly by a singularly unique machinewhich fastens on tte white margin a small colored " address stamp" or 'label •whereon appears their name plainly printed, followed % the date up to which they have paid for theirpapers-this _>being authorized by an Act of Congress. The date will ¦_alwtojtle advanced on the receipt of subscription ™>ney> _>in exaet accordance with the amount so received, ana _mm be an ever-ready and valid receipt; securing to everyone, ¦and at all times, aperfect knowledge of hts _newspaper «oomnt, so that if any error is made M can tvmedvately detect it and have it corrected—a boon alike valuable to the publisher and subscriberas it must terminate all _paittful ' misunderstandings between t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

POSTAGE STAMPS The old postage stamps are still received in offices where new stamps have not been furnished. But none are taken in Pitts burgh. Here the new stamps only are either given oitfor received. Hence persons seiiding payment to us will please to send Otily ttl6 HOW Stamps; and send none hut three cent stamps. The old stamps are utterly useless here; _and the five and ten cent, and larger stamps, we turn into money with areat difficulty.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

_A_^puva Persian Poet.-—The K_^_eqS | are a_.print from the pen ¦ Of God's per_^e_#oivj' the world is a bujjLjIrom the $owW0m_^ uiyi *_he _wvlmF spark fyo_^ae'ligWr&E his wisdom; atffrtlie-s ._£y |g atra&bleon .j&e aea,of'his power/, " . ' ' '"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

Rev. P. I. MeGowan.—This gentleman who has been the laborious arid faithful bookkeeper of our neighbor, The Christian Advocate, has retired to a farm in _ITayetfce County, Pa. He has our best wishes for his health and happiness in Ma retirement from the .toils of the newspaper.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

3 !_UtC UOV. _ftUitmail read law io the vilof Delaware, Ohio, which he left in to try his fortune in the South. It Iso seat forth one of the leading Genof this war. Gren. Rosecranz is a naif the same county, and when a boy, Iut»' iu n log school-house, so ' won the ration of a politician that he took I to seod him to West Point. I recent notice of the Right Reverend Bier-General Polk; the London Relaysi;— <i _But were Bishop Polk the K men, and the holiest of bishops, Mb bravest of Brigadiers, he is the de- ¦o( a cause that has a curse in it, and Spreads a curse over all the area it m. Itis'doomed, as sure * as,Sodom or _Rrah,1 or Great Babylon. Its hour Bunded , and its extinction is not only In, but near. All the bishops in * Rendom, aided by all the armies of the K caiiQot build up * and perpetuate a i| go grievous. It is only to be dem that _nieu, occupying conspicuous I before the world, should so forget _plaim.s of religion and humanity and as to ally themselves wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

Wasiiington. Sbptbmbib 21,-_^-The Government has accepted the tender of military services by the Count de Baris and Due de Chartres_'. They will probably enter G,en. M'Clellan's staff. The young Count de Penthievre, son of the Prince de JoinviUe, enters the United States Naval Academy He is sixteen years old. , Major Bauseiven, late aid-de-camp to Garibaldi, has to-day been commissioned in the military service. In addition, to other distinguished foreigners heretofore named, the following have been cdmmissioned in our army, the highest testimonials having been furnished of their military capacity: Lieut. Col. John Fitzroy de Courcey, of the English army in the Crimea, First Lieutenant Oscar Brendon, of Prussia, and Captains Vegpsack and Hatman, of Sweden- Gen. Blenker has received into his brigade; with great cordiality, Prince Salm de Salm, who has been commissioned to the command of a cavalry reginunt. General Scott is very feeble, and spends much of his time in sleep. He will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

'JKuar_^_s ]§mh_$mm _§_ajmfr, A . ¦ ' WEEKLY _NEWSPAPEE, Published at BY THIS IS A LAEGE EELIGIOTFS _IEWSPME1 _PK1NTJSD ON EXCELLENT PAPER, AND IN SU_.PIEIOB STYLE IT CONTAINS on all the leading topics of the day, both Religious and Seouiar. All the various subjects'that present themselves for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of intelligent and Christian people, are discussed from the Christian stand-point, 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 flrir and decided, and they will continue to be such until the spiritjof riibellion has been entirely quenched, and our Government once more firmly established. . . ; •¦ \ ; ¦ OUR; : E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENTS in all parts of the land The Compendium of Domestic and Foreign News is prepared with much, care and labor. And just 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, _EEESONAL, the most interesting incidents connected with _individuals of note, .whether dead or living, are published. A -net iwk&ai* 4-"h&'\%a*>*_% r_*_4* YAEIETIES, are given the results of Science, Travel, Discovery, Statistical Information, &c, of most value to the public. While at the same time most valuable S E L E 0 T I O N S from books, magazines, and other newspapers, are given for the Christian, the parent, the man of literature and learning and for the children. Nor are the CL4IIS OF THE GAEBM AND THE tol forgotten; but much of the information needed for both is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

PRESBYTERIAL NOTICES ¦SYNOD OF WHEELING stands adjourned to meet in By of Wheeling, at the Swond Presbyterian church, on mt October 18th, at 4.1' , .a, : '. V. DODGE, Stated Cleric. ¦_SnYTEKY OF ERI-c.—in _eonseqnencn of ' the day of Kftn'd prayer, togetlier with the postponement of the ¦ _g of Synodthe Preabytery of Erie will not meet at ¦>7 as advertised, but at Newcustle, on Saturday after-B 3 o'clock, during the sessions or Synod. V • 3, W. M'0UN12, Moderator. ¦ S. J. M. BATON, Stated Clerk. ¦^PRESBYTERY OF FORT WAYNE will meet at Bh, on Monday, tho 7th day of _October, at 7 o'clock Hrchcs are all expscW to forward to that meeting one Bur number, as a contribution to the Synodical Fund. ¦p- W. M. DONALDSON", Stated Clerk. _BpRESBYTERY OF CARLISLE will hold its next Bmiceiing in the _Presbyteriau church of Mechanics* Bra., on Tuesday, October 1st, at _1%4 o'clook P. M. A. D. _MITCmiL, Stated Clerk. _ffiESBYTERY Of ROCK RIVER will meet in the _BVBrinn church at Prince...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

WM.H.KIKKPATEICK, JOHN F. KIKKPATK1UK, Late of the firm of Kirk- Late with Gillespie, Zeller patrick & Metzgar. , &. Co., Philadelphia. _^_TML. H. KIRKPATRICK & CO., "Wiiolesale _Grrocers, _yOMWAMDIWG Aim COMMISSION _MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IS PITTSBUKGH MANUFACTURED ARTICLES. No. 199 Liberty St., opposite head of Smitlifield, PITTSBURGH, P A. Particular attention paid to the _salo of Country Produce. _at>9-lv _Jg A RrT- HOL.F. 'S SEWING MACHINES. Tlie Best in Use. A NEW ST¥LE, ONLY , $35.00, Making the Shuitie, or Lock Simch, which is approved for all kinds of work, and for very many _varieHes is the only admissable, stitch. • . A new supply of both _Pamilyand Manufacturing Machines iust received. #&• AG1NTS WANTED. Send for Circular and Terms. Address HENRY M. BHOAI>S, Agent, marlO-lv ' ' ~ ' Federal Street. Allegheny City B. BISBEM......... « F - _=• Ulaal'_''1 ' BISSEL & CO., MANUFACTURERS Off COOKING, PARLOR, AND HEATING...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

wop in Europe. By th« last «OTivals we have the London Mark Lane Express _s,bA Agricultural Journal, of September 2d. Tlte leading topic, at this season, is of course the results of the harvest, on the Continent as well as in the British islands. An article, written by a correspondent of the Express, who says he has closely observed the crops in travelling for many;years through the Northern and. midland counties, sustains the statements already published in' The World, by asserting that it is " quite out of the question to suppose that the [wheat] crop can be anything like an average." "Tie wheat plant," he adds, "suffered too much during the Winter from wet in all heavy soils; even where well drained, and. had so much cold to contend, against in the Spring, that it never recovered itself." - ' . Barley presented a much better .appearance than _tjie wheat, he adds, and " will be found a good crop." Oats wife light, but "promise excellent quality;" - The review of the British co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

Missouri. Public attention has been turned to Missouri! for a few days, with intense interest. Gen. Fremont is still collecting men, arms, and the munitions of war; and at the same time endeavoring to keep the enemy in check. In Northern and South-eastern Missouri we have been gaining on the foe, but have lost in one place, that is, at Lexington. That place was held by Col. Mulligan, with about three thousand men. Gen.Price assailed him with about twenty-thousand. Being entrenched, he was able to resist for a week, when, being cut off from water, he was obliged to surrender. Hudson, . Mo., Sept. 23.—The following account of the siege of Lexington is furnished to the St. Louis Republican by Henry Bradburn, one of Col. Mulligan's soldiers , who left Lexington on Saturday morning: -The Fort was surrendered on Friday afternoon: . The men fought for fifty nine hours without water, and had only three barrels of vinegar to quench their thirst during all that time. There were no springs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

Me Route we Travelled West. The Associate Editor of the Presbyterian Standard, gives, under the above heading, an account of his journey from Philadelphia to Chicago. Of Pennsylvania and her railroads, &c, he says: . Leaving the City of Brotherly Love, situated between the Delaware and Schuylkili Rivers, some six miles from their confluence, with its six hundred thousand inhabitants* our route, of course, was by the way of the Pennsylvania Central ; of which to speak in commendation might almost seem like supererogation, because, with its two hundred and eighty-five miles of double track, and linking together the two chief cities, Eastern and Western, of the Keystone Commonwealth, it is so well and favorably known by the many : thousands of much-delighted travellers, who are carried with so much safety along its continuous windings—through ravines, up mountainous steeps, and over craggy summits; yet feeling the utmost safety, inspired by the great stability of the struct...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

Kentucky, Kentucky is, just now, an object of deep interest. The Legislature is for the Union, *three to one; but the Governor is a Secessionist. The Secession party are strong, and very bold, and are aided by three rebel armies—one at Camberland Gap, one at Bowling Green, and one on the Mississippi border. The Union men, however, are firm, and troops fiom Indiana, Illinois and Ohio are passing over to their aid. General Anderson has issued the following proclamation: Kestuokians :—Called by the Legislature of this, my native State; I hereby assume command of this Department. I come to enforce, not to make laws, and, God willing, to, protect your property and your lives. The enemies of our country have dared to invade our soil, Kentucky is in danger. She has vainly striven to keep the peace with her neighbors. Our State is invaded by those who professed to be her friends, but who now seek to conquer her. No true son of Kentucky can longer hesitate as to his duty to his State and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

k ' w Peace as _Destructivi as War. Six ballet girls were burned to .death in Philadelphia, on Saturday night last, in consequence of an accident which occurred while they were preparing for their performance on the stage. It is but the other day that two thousand persons were swollowed up by an earthquake in the Island of Antigua. More than a hundred persons every year put violent end to their own life in the City of New-York, and in bur State ihe annual aggregate of violent deaths reaches the enormous figure of fifteen hundred-—if. Y. Times Enlistments for Other Slates. Harb'isbukg, Sept. 22.-r-Gov. Gurtin has determined to stop all enlistments in the State for foreign regiments, and will issue a proclamation to that effect on Tuesday. Secretary Cameron is here and fully sustains the decision of the State authorities. All enlistments of troops hereafter will be subjected to the control of the State authorities, and they will be organized under the laws of the State upon a requ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

The Present and _Inture of Gotton. We recently called attention to the possibility of England obtaining from some other quarter than America her supply of cotton, and in illustration we cited the case of Russian hemp, _^iiieh lost its market in consequence of the Crimean war. By late advices from England _^ we "find that this is actually in process of accomplishment. The imports of cotton* irom India this year have about doubled, or nearly so, < and the European Times says that the stock on hand in Liverpool has been actually to a great extent maintained at its present amount by the unusual receipts of Surat. In fact the effect of the American blockade tig"- becoming manifest precisely as it had been supposed it would be. ft is imparting a great _stimulous to the culture of cotton in all other quarters, -and, aided by the great capital df England, there seems no reason to doubt that tia.e only is necessary to accomplish the change." American cotton has hitherto maintained...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 28 September 1861

ffarhtttiriv ¦ _- -Uuilaiii _^ ' ' ¦ " ' ' . ;¦¦ ¦ • ' «-5 ' / , ¦ [_Annocncemems, Gratis ; Additional Remakes, Jjtk Cents a Line, Nine Words being a Line.] DIED—On Thursday, September 12tb, 1861, ELLA BLANCHE, infant daughter of John H. and Violet G. Happar, aged 18 months. _, DIED—At his residence, in Ashland, Ohio, August 22d, 1861, Mr. WILLIAM DONAHEY, father-in-law to the late Rev. Samuel Moody, having over-lived Ms three-seore years and ten. . DIED-—In Rural Talley, Pa_« August 20th, WILLIAM A., aged " years; Auguft.30th,NANCY.7ANB. aged 13 years and 8 days ' ; and September 1st, CUNNINGHAM KENLY, aged 6 years—all of diptheria; children of Wm. Guthrie. DIED—In Rural Village, Pa., August 2Sth, Mrs. SARAH POWEL, in the 105th year of her age. DIED—In Rural Valley, Pa., August 20th, MARY ADALINE, daughter of Michael T..and Mary Ann Schrecongost, ap-fifl 5 Vfiars and 5 months. " DIED—Of diphtheria, in Beulah congregation, Ohio, August 17th, 1861, JAMES MILTON, son of Louis C- a...

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