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

Congress December 18—Senate The day was occupied in offering resolutions, &c. House. —A scat was refused to C. H. Poster, of North Carolina, there being no sufficient evidence of his being chosen by the people. No important action was taken on public affairs. .... ¦ . • ' . Dec. 19.—Senate.—Mr. Wiley, of Va., offered a resolution declaring strongly against the course of the South, in their rebellion. House—The hill providing for the construction of twenty iron-clad gunboats, was taken up and passed. They will cost from ten to fifteen millions of dollars. Dec. 20.—Senate.—A, joint resolution was passed, recognizing the gallantry of Gen. Lyon and the soldiers under his command, at Springfield. Mr. Harris, of N. Y., reported a bill to prohibit the sale of liquors to soldiers in the District of Columbia. The bill is an amendment to the former bill on this subject, and prohibits not only the sale to soldiers, but drinking on the premises. The penalty is a fine and impriso...

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

our writers generally omit our state debts, and in estimating the taxes we pay, too, i.hey _^dnerally overlook the State taxes. We ought to look our difficulties full in the _feoo. At the close of laat year the debts of the _States ' wefres $264,92_^,272; they must be now much more. To these, too, we must add the debts of the cities. The annual interest on the absolute debts of the States on the 1st of January was 611,385,- 665, and, the annual .expenditures, o_^_tho _States, _exclusive of _^debts ' and schools; mm-$6,885,000. Deducting the productive property of the States from their debts, $117,000,000, which, by the way, is not vory productive, we should probably have notflfiiklesiihan $160,$)0_;_bW_$ iCiState indebtedness to be added to the United States debt, to make up the whole sum which is to be provided for by taxation direct or indirect. I. B , CkitfCll, SdifflL-_^t-tttfe_^coinMencement of the rebellion the Church, South, had six Advocates in at least a living condit...

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

p R O S P JE C.T..US or _^ THE NEW-VORK _tEDOEft, For 1862. ; Tbe Ledger has been more prosperous—has made more money during the past twelve months—than any other paperfither daily or weekly, published in New-York or any other eity in this country. The great reason why the Ledger has been _sd much more successful than any or all other pa-. pers is, that wu have not hesitated to spend money freely in securing the services of all the great and popular writers of the country. While other _papors have been compelled to economise—to cut down the size of their sheets, and print on a poor quality of paper, we,haveon the other hand, been enabled to keep up to the highest point of excellence, in every respect , and to avail ourselves of all the improvements and novelties which would tend to the entertainment and gratification of our readers. We have never offered anyi humbug premiums to secure subscribers; for the reason that we have preferred to put merit, orpremium, _iuto the paper i...

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

Erom Missouri. Gen. Pope has assailed the rebels, lately, in several places, and especially at Black Water, Clinton, and Warrensburg. On one of the occasions he captured 300 of thentt On another, 1,800. Several smaller parties have been taken. The loss of life has not been severe on either side. Nearly two hundred heavily laden wagons are already in our possession, together with a large quantity of ammunition, arms, a thousand horses, tents, camp equipage, &c. The following telegrams are published ; . Otteb.vii.IiE, Dec. 23.—^Part of the prisoners captured by Gen. Pope at Black Water, last Thursday, passed down last night on a special train. Among those sent down are Col. Magoffin, brother of Gov. Magoffin, of Kentucky; Col. Robinson, who had command of the rebel forces at Black Water, and who was in the battles of New Springs, Wilson's" Creek, and Lexington ; Col. Alexander, who says that he fought in all the battles; Lieut. Col. Robinson, Major Harris, Dr. Smith, one o...

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

Battle at Bf ainesvilie, near Washington., Washington, 3)20. 20—This morning, &t six o'clock, a portiott of _ften, McGall's Division proceeded in the direction of _^ Drainesvilleon a fornging expedition, and for the purpose of making si reeoimoissance in that locality. Drainesviile is about midway between' McGall's headquarters and Leesburg. On arriving in that vicinity they encountered the enemy, Who had four regiments of infantry, composed of South Carolinians, Alabamiaus and Kentuckia'ns, _' with one battery of six pieces, and a regiment of cavalry under the command of Gen. Stewart. The troops on our part engaged in the affair at Drainesville_, were Gen. Ord's brigade, the first regiment of Rifles, and Easton's battery of four guns. At four o'clock, after the action, Gen.* McCall sent two officers to count the rebels who were killed and wounded, and it was ascertained that they left on the field fifty-seven killed and twenty-two wounded, _Tfcre_^ of the Jatter died on...

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

WM. H. KIBKPATBICK , JOHN V. KERKPATBICK , Late of'the_'_ifirm pf'Eirk- ? Late with Gilleepie_, _Zellei patrick &:Metzgar. , ¦ . t Co., Philadelphia. WMrH. KERKPATRICK & CO., "Vpxplesal© <^i?oOiers, _PORWAKBINO A2VD COMMISSION MERCHANTS , ' ANB BEA._1EES IK _PITTSBUKGH _MANOTACTUKED AKTICIxES.' No. §99 Liberty St., opposite head of SmithfieW, . .. _PO;TTSBUBGH PA. ParticulBr attention paid to the sale of Coinntry Produce. ; ¦ ;; ap*4y- , <" -.',r-.- _- i . ¦ ¦" -. • . ¦ • ¦ -¦¦ - .jg .A . ' _;R . T -H OX, ,:F ? S. SiyilG II A CHINES. v The Best in Use. A NEW STYLE, ONLY $35.00, Making the Shbhtlb,, or Lock Stkch, which is approved for illTands of work, and ' for very many varieties is the only admissable stitch. A new supply _,of bpthPamjlyand _Manofiwituring _Machines lust received. JOSf- AGENTS WANTED. Send for Circular and Terms. Address HENRY M. RHOADS, Agent, martO-lv _TPpdpral Street, _AlleRhnny Oity at _TtHBc _S t _BZJSELli 8_UH8_BLI u . . ...

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

jftoip jfeft& J There have been several arrivals from Europe during the last week. The latest is the Persia, with dates to the 15th inst. The absorbing topic is the difficulty whichhas sprung up between England and the United States on account of the arrest of Mason and Slidell, heretofore noticed. The English papers are less rabid than they were the previous week, but are still very hostile. ' Messrs. Bright, Cobden, and a few other prominent men, have made speeches and counselled moderation. There is yet-no'Government utterance; but thejsending of troops and arms to Canada, and of vessels of war to our coast and to the Gulf, indicates danger. _; On the arrival of the news in Paris, relative to the arrest of the Confederate Commissioners, on an English vessel, Gen. Scott, who was in that city at the time, wrote a letter to the American. Consul, which was published, justifying our Government. This letter was liberal in its views, and had a very favorable effect, both in ...

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

_gl BBO Jf OIL ; For Brilliancy and Economy, SURPASSES ' AXL ; ;bTHER _HiLUMINATING v 6lLS now in market. It will burn in all styles of coal oil lamps, is perfectly, _uafe, and free from all offensive odor. Manufactured and far sale by '>i; W. M_^GKEOWN, f«11-1y ' ' . ¦ "':¦ "' ¦' . _167 _' T.t«_brtv _Stbict_;t. PrrrsmntBH 8p WHITE LIME DEPOT, .;, ' * ;.- . ' ¦¦ ; - _^ LIBERTY STREEff, (Immediately opposite Metal Yard of JPenna. M. _#. Co.,) Pittsburgh, Pa., Where a very superior article of White Lifne can be had in any quantity, from 'hal f peck to load. We retail ing by the SINGLE liARilEL AT ONK _DOLCAR; but.as our object is to wkolBsale, we sell by the quantity at a much less priceso as to _enablti retailors tomak_«a haudsouo profit. The Lime in manufacturefl by William H. Canan, Jr. & Co., at El Dorado Lime Works, Blair _Coiirityj Pa., and we warrant it to be greatly superior to -Louisville Lime, and to be cheaper at our prices than the Grey Lime is "at the p...

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

The Grand Army of Kentucky. It is estimated, from statistics that are reliable, than _Genjj Buell has, to-day, an army in the field of not less than one hundred and ten thousand men, to which the States of Indiana and Ohio are adding about two thousand daily, and to which they will add, by the consolidation and dispatch of regiments, fully thirty thousand men between this and the first of January. We believe, therefore, that with the beginning of the new year, Gen, Buell will have an army of one hundred and fifty thousand men. There are now seven grand divisions, each ; containing three brigades, and the brigades made up of from three to five regiments, with artillery ajid cavalry attached. The brigades will average eight thousand men throughout. The division commanders are, as we have been able to ascertain them: ,1. Gen. Alex. McDowell McGook, at Lebanon. 2. Gen. George H. Thomas, at Lebanon. 3. Gen. _Ormsby M. Mitchell, at EHzabethtown. 4. Gen. William Nelson, at NewHaven. 5....

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

PitMmrgh. •' "_^ Col. Wyncoop's Cavalry Regiment, from Harrisburg for Louisville, passed through our city last week, taking steamers on Saturday. The Gazette thus speaks,of the excellent arrangement, by our citizens, for supplying the immediate wants of the passing soldiers: " The regiment was received in a most hospitable manner by the Subsistence Committee, who had prepared for them a substantial repast at the City Hall. Ten tables were Spread, the entire length of the Hall, and at these eleven hundred hungry men were fed at one time! Some four hundred loaves of fresh bread were consumed, with hot coffee by the hundred gallons, and butter, crackers, sausages, &c, in proportion. "A large number of ladies was present, and through their care and _attention the supper was tastily prepared and will served. The men ate like soldiers and behaved like gentlemen, and left the hall full of—praise for thte ladies I" Every regiment which passes through our city, either way, is ent...

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

J ' U ' S T PU B I/I S H ED 1 BY THE Presbyterian Board of Publication, No. 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, SIX NEW BOOKS AND THE ALMANAC FOR 1862' THE EXILES W MADEIRA. By the Rev. W. M. Blackburn, EriePa, Small 12mo., pp. 216. Prica 50 cents. * _Postage 10 cents. ' The work of the Gospel in Bladeirafrom 1838 to 1860,: has been called "the greatest feet of modern missions." Its history shows what Romanists can do, and what Biblereaders can suffer in the nineteenth century. THE PRESBYTERIAN ALMANAC IQR1862. Illustrated. Price 6 cents, or $4 per hundred. Postage 1 cent. FOR THE YbUli.C. A LITTLE BOOK JOE LITTLE FOLKS ABOUT THM .BOOK' 01? ' BOOKS. • 18mo. Two Illustrations. Pp. 72. Price 15 cents. Postage 3 cents. . • TH1 LITTLE BROWN BIBLE. By the Author of "Mary. Humphrey." " Walter Stockton" &c. 18mo. Two Illustrations. Pp. 179. Price 25 and 30 cents. Postage 6 cents. A very interesting volume. ELLIE'8 SCRAP-BOOK. 18mo. Two Illustrations. Pp. 216. Price 25 and 30 cen...

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

_JJOLIDAY PRESENTS. _^ Masonic Hall, Fifth Street, PITTSBURGH, Respectfully invites the attention of the public to his large stock of ' BIBLES, various Stylos and Sizes. PRAYER BOOKS, " " " HYMN BOOKS. . «• « " " PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, « « " AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS, « " " ANNUALS, " " " POETICAL WORKS OF ALL THE POPULAR AUTHORS _WKITINO DESKS—Rosewood, Mahogany, and Papier Macbe BACKGAMMON BOARDS, various _kindp. CHECKER?, OHJJS8MEN, « ¦ " COMBINATION CHESS AND CHECKERS. ALPHABET BLOCKS, various kinds. BUILDERS' BLOCKS, " " GAMES ON BOXES AND ON CARDS. NBW PUZZLES, different kinds. WRITING CASES, various stvles_. PORTFOLIOS, " " CONVERSATION CARDS, various kinds. VEGETABLE IVORY BOQUET HOLDERS. RING PUZZLES, Ac, Ac. And numerous other articles suitable for HoUcLay Presents, forming the most Complete Stock in this Line fn tbe West. All of -which are offered at lower prices than ever before sold, at JOHN P. HUNT'S, M * asonic Hall, Flftb Street. J(®- REMEMBER THE PL ACS. _"_$_» dec2S-lt <...

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

JJ" E W CARPETS, AT No. 87 Fourth Street, Pittsburgh, Bought previous to the late advance in _prices, of which the fullest advantage is offered to purchaaerf. FOR CASH. decl4-2m H. SAMSON, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER, No. CO Smitfijicld Streetkeeps constantly on _,hand a large assortment of Ready-Made _Coffins/Metalhc Cases,' Shrouds, &amp;C., of the latest styles. Personal senyices in all cases when requires, and no pains ' will be spared to give entire satisfaction, and relievo the friends of the many unpleasant" duties necessarily connected, with the preparations'for, burialat greatly reduced prices. Roomsopen day and night. Hearsts and Carrinsrppfnrnishwi. ivT Replay J_£IDE ,O1L AND _LEATHER STORE D. KIRKPATRICK &amp; SONS, ,._^f No. 31 South Third Street, _, , / * Between _Mabkia amb Chestnut Streets, P _j _HitADKLfBiA_, , JIavcfargaif , _, ' ' ', " _„ ' ; SPANISH AND GREEN SLAUGHTER HIDES, CALCUT TA AND PATNAKIPSTAMNEBS_? OIL;*C, AT'&lt;' 1 THE LQWJEST _. PJtICUS A...

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

_di Slight Coid _i _Coitgh_, / _J_%Mjcu _i &amp;£fLes.&amp;} or _^ fajf-0_^eua± ywhMh migh t he checked with a sanple _^ remr edy_, if neglected , qfbm ter~ minaies seriously. Few are aware qf the irnpartanGe qf _stoppiTtgr a _^_clujq/l or _^fllc_^hi. / /( paid, in its first stage; that which in the, Ixgmnv_^ watdd yield to a mild remedy, if not attended to, soon aMadksl the lungs. _, . -: : were firs t introduced eleven years ago. It has been proved that, they are th? host article before the pvMo for &amp;aiLgJt.$.i /^aLds., ' J^^qjriuMih_^ t :J_^ s±hmja s j@a±£_Lf_*h. 1ihe SacMngQoughin/^an. _- sjLLm. h±Lan., and numerous _affections of the 0hjt-oua± &gt; giving _imrnediate _Relief . Public Speakers and, Singers, will find them .effectual for clearing and strengthen ing the woice. ' "Bold by all @ruggists and 0aalers m J &amp;edicme , at _%5 dents per box. j Sold in Pittsburgh by, SIBION JOHNSTON, G._TEL KEYSER, R. E. SKLLERS &amp; CO., B. A. _^AHNRST...

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

PITTSBURGHFEMAIiE COLLEGE-- • . THIRTEEN 'TEACHERS. Buildingsteachersand course of studyof the first class. Superior facilities afforded in the Ornamental branches. Attendance last year, pwo, hundred and thirty-seven. Three terms per year!. _' , _5ORTY DOLLARS per term, pays for boarding, light, room-rentj and use of furniture. Tuition according to studies pursued. The Collegiateyear begins September 3d second Session, December 9th; and the third. March 24th, 1862. Send to the President, Rev. I; C. PERSHING, A. M., _fijr a catalogue. &lt; M. SIMPSON augll-ly President of Board of "Trustees. ¦E 1ARMERS, _«ARDEWERS, FRUIT * - GROWERS, CATTLE DE ALERS_&gt; &amp;C, Will find the most complete _assortment of books relating to their business that can be found in the world, ;at CM. SAX TON, BARKER &amp; CO.'S Agricultural Mook House, 25 Park Rftw. _N»w Vnrlr. Sto-nA for » _nat«lnorii». fnMR-ir _JOrALSTED &amp; _STICKS, ———52 and 54 Murray Street, New-York, Importers...

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

Holiday Books. See advertisement of J. P. Hunt § _mml _Jte " National Illuminating Oil." This Oil, advertised in another column, has been fully tested in our own family, and found to bo all that it is represented. It is certainly an article that -will fully satisfy the consumer. "The Wonderful Lamp, ' or, liiglit for the Darkest Path." This little volume of 239 pages, is one of a " Series for Youth," issued by the Presbyterian Board of Publication in Philadelphia. Its leading object is to illustrate the influence of the Bible upon human character; and the transforming power of its contents over those who take it as" a lamp unto their feet and a light unto their path." The work is written in the form of narrative. The characters are well and skillfully drawn, and happily adapted to exhibit the power of Divine truth upon the heartj and the disastrous effects of refusing to admit this heavenly _lu:Ut in the soul. The book is especially adapted to the young, and to the indigen...

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

"UPRISING OP A GREAT PEOPLE ¦ '•' _OHAELES SCELMEB, NO. 124 GRAND STREET, NEW-YORK: ¦:¦ Will._publish in a few days THfS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK. The Uprising of a Great People. • THE UNITED STATES IN 1861. By Count de Gasparin. Translated by Miss Booth. .1 vol., 12mo., 75 cents. _. The New_^York Times says of it: "The thorough intellectual mastery of tho subject determines, the quality of the book, the fnoral warmth which runs latent through it (breaking at times'into-an eloquence which fairly burns)—takes its power from the weight of hia facts and the force of his logic. There is in.his treatment of the question, a wise moderation that carries "with it convincing: torce." ¦ ; The New-York. Evening Tost says:l ,\ It to ? be wisest book whichilia* been written upon America since De'Tocqueville. * * * Remarkable for its intelligence, its insight, its logic, and its _nobleness of purpose." , ; Fn3m; tbe New-Ysrk Tribune: " The author thinks that wo are risingawakening, coming to ou...

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

PERIODICA _LS PUBLISHED BY The American Sunday School Union THE SUNDAY SCHOOL WORLD, A Monthly Religious Newspaper , _ITor Sunday School _Teachers, Parents, and all who are Engaged or _Iutetesterl in the Religions Training of the Young. _? _~ TERMS. Twenty-five Cents Peh _Asinrat. Payment in Advance. Cheap Illustrated Paper for Children and _Xtyitb. THE CHILD'S W0RLBU The Child's World may be had Monthly, or SemMsiSntJfly, at the option of the subscribers, on tbe following terms TO SUBSCRIBERS IN CLUBS. Monthly. Semi-Month ' ' . * . 10 Copies, per year. $0.90 S1.8O9 ;i 15 " '- 1.20 . 2.4_Q. 2S « « 1.88 S.7&amp;* 60 " V 3.50 T.Oi_^_- 75 " " 4.88 _ft.7_V 100 « " 8.00 12.00f , Payment invariably in advance. Specimen copies furnished gratuitously on. application, to. ROBERT S. DAVIS, i • . ' 93 _WooiTSTREST, d "&lt;fc7-4t Pittsburgh , pa.

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

MEW PALL AND WIKTBR CLOTHING, ¦ ' ON THE CASH SYSTEM—ftie ouHy system that enables m to sell Goods cheap these unsettled times. Cash is our motto and under that plan we are now prepared to offer a fino stock of _iVALL ANB WINTER CLOTHS, CASSIMERBSi VESTINGS, and OVER-COATINGS, bought with CashJ which enables us1 to offer goods at the lowest possible price Also, a_^_JTine Stock of Gentlemen's 3_?urnishing;Goods, of the Latest Styles, _always kept on hand. H. SMITH, Merchant Taylor, marl7-iy No. S4 Wylie _Street. Pittsburgh, JOHN D. M'CORD -JAMBS S. M_*.C0SP jff'cowm _cs _co., tfANUFACTVRERS AND] _DEALERS IN, Hats, Caps, and _Straw Goods, _v .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ; ;; IS 1 Wood Str«et_, ti11sliifgIi, Have now on hand for Spring sales, as large'and complete an assortment of Goods as can be found in any of the Eastern eities, consisting of ' " . _JpTzr_, Sill?:, and Wool Hats_, of every style and quality; CAPS of every qualitymad latest fashions; Palm Leaf, Straw, _Leghorn, and Pan...

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

_g e m. o _. y/A/. 'Vv • ;'_ : BOARD O_^ OF THE Synods of Pittsburgh and Allegheny _Having removed their Book Rooms to RENSHAW'S NEW BUILDING, No 57 Hand Streettwo doors fxom Liberty, feke pleasure in _inviting your attention to the annexed Catalogue of Books comprised in their stock, and hope for a continuance of your patronage. : ' JOHN CULBERTSON , librarian. •F. G. BAILEY, Treasurer. • Pittsburgh, April! , 1861. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS Constantly on hand and for Sale at the Book Rooms of the Board of Oolportage, Wo. 57 Hand SLr _PittsVh: All the issues of our own, viz.: the Presbyterian Board of Publication as soon as they come from, the Press.-. Also a good selection'from R. Carter &amp; Brother ;Appleton &amp; Co.; Lippencott &amp; Co.; Scribner; Nelson &amp; Sons ; Sheldon &amp; Co.; Martien; Gould iXincoln; American Tract Society; American S. S. Union; Massachusetts S. Si Society. ; ' .,-Particular attention paid to filling orders for Sunday School Libra...

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