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

He has left a wife and three children to mourn the loss of a kinrfnusbaud and an affectionate father. He has also left the church and the entire circle of his acquaintance to mourn their loss. But; while we mourn, we would, not repine; feeling a degree of assuranco that what is our.loss is his gain, and that when he left the Church below, he went to join the Ghurch_'above. * ; ¦•-¦ - ¦ _jp4 DIED—In .Bedford Cqunty,, Pa., on the 13th inst., Mr. ROBERT H. HUTCHISON, son of Mr. James Hutchison, of Blair .County, Pu., in the 33d year of Ids age. ¦ /The providence here recorded was one of¦ those_^_teyente which shock the community in which they occur, «^ an _earthquake does the trembling world. Mr. Hutchison came to his end bv the accidental discharge of fire-arms in his own hands. He fell, and4 bi_;eathed a moment, but never spoke. The trembling wires with electric speed brought the sad news to friends, brothers, Bisters, parents, who, reeling; under the shock of .so sudden and over...

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

SYNODICAL The SYNOD OF CHICAGO will meet in the First PreBbyterian chnrch of Sterling, Whiteside County, 111., on the Third Thursday (17th day,) of October, at 7 o'clock P. M. I- N. OANDEE, Stated Clerk. The SYNOD OF PHI_^ADiftHIA_, stands adjourned to meet in the Ifrainerd church, ' _Enaton, Pa., on Thursday, October 17,1S81, at 1% o'clock P. M. By standing Rules, it is required, that at least one week before the meeting of Synod— • 1. To Rev. G, W. McPhail, D.D., Easton, Pa _^ each minister say expressly in writing, whether he expects to attend or not; also, whether or not a Ruling Elder from his church will bo in attendance. . " 2, That tho Stated Clerks of Presbyteries forward their Narratives to Rev. Calvin W. Stewart, Coleraine, Pa.; and to the Stnted.Clerk of Synod, at Doylestown, Pa., their Statistical Reports, with notice of any changes, both of persons and .post offices, from last year's Record, in their Ruling Eldership. S. M. ANDREWS, Stated Clerk. The SYNOD OF OHI...

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

UPRISING OF A , GREAT _PfiOPUE GH&BLES SOEIBNEE, ' NOl 121 GRAND STREET, NEW-YORK: ' ' Will publish in a few days >¦ : THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK The Uprising of a Great People. 1. 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 the subject determines -the quality of the book, the moral warmth .whiqh runs _iateu t through it (breaking* at times into, an eloquence whieh fairly burns)—takes its power-from the weight of his facts and the force of his logic. There is i n his treatment of the question, a wise mV>deration that carries with it eonvincinK force." ¦ v " The New-York Evening Post says: " It is fhe wisest book which ha» been written upon America since De Tocqueville. * *• " * Remarkable for its intelligence, its insight, ' its logic, and its nobleness of purpose." From the New-York Tribune: " The author thinks that we are ...

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

The British Mercantile steam Fleet. The steam fleet of Great Britain has contributed incalculably to her preeminence as a commercial nation. Indeed, few have any adequate conception of _tihe rapid growth in this important interest _^ or the extent, already attained. It appears from *n official return that at the commencement at the present year nineteen hundred and forty-five steamers were registered in the United Kingdom, of a gross burthen'686,417 tons, being aa iacrease of eighty-two vessels and 19,904 toss, as compared with the corresponding date of 1860. The number of paddle-steamers was _thipfceea huadred and forty-two, of screws six hundred and one. As regards the materials «f wbich .they were constructed eight hundred and sixty were built of wood, ten hundred and eighty of iron, sod five of steel. Of the whole number -of steamships five hundred and fifteen are owned ia London and two hundred and fourteen in Liverpool. The scale of operations entered upon by some of the l...

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

Mowing Wells—The Oil Trade. The last number of the Titusyille Gazette says: " Flowing wells are still the order of the day. S. Grove & Co., -on the lower end of the Clapp farm, have struck a flowing well at the depth of 490 feet, which flaws 300 barrels per day. Lewis Covode & Co. have opened a vein at 475 feet, whiek flaws _aAxwit 40 barrels per day. This well is on the island opposite the upper end of the Clapp place. _Syates, Greenwood & Co. have a well 510 f«et deep, which flows freely. In addition to the above, it is stated that a flowing well was _opened & week or ten, days ago,,a*few: rods above the Funk "well. _Report makes it_^ equal to the F«afc well ia i€s palmiest days " We are told fey those professing to be thoroughly _frosted, 4_ib*t the flowing wells along the creek *xe«llv«sry>eonsidrably diminishing in their flow. This is not at all surprising, but on the eontraay was long ago expected. We are firmly convinced that many, i...

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

M DGKHUA_, SCHOOL, FMmr cjsm& T , m j. . A Home For Boys. '" . ... , Pupils prepared thoroughly for College or for business. The school premises contain thirteen acres, providing amply for lawn, playground, and garden. TERMS—Sl'25 per Session. . ' Ber Circulars address REV. J. P; HUGHES, aug24-8m , . Principal. VIIi _LK ¦ •¦^_irfiLLrS INSTITUTE.: ;; An Academy,for young men preparing for College, commercial pursuits, or teaching; and a Seminary for young ladies—affording all the advantages of a school of the first class. The course of study embraces Languages, Ancient and Modern, Literature, Science, and Piano Music. Expenses, $35. per Session, or SI 00 per Academical year. ¦ The next Session" opens September 11th, 1861, and continuesTourteen weeksi Pupils received at any fima during the year. For further information, apply for Circulars Or Catalogues to the Principal, REV. W. W. LAVERTY, ap8-tf , _Wellsville, Ohio. _^PRING _STYLES FOR Gentlemen's G-alrxneixts_^ In gre...

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

PUBLICATIONS FOR THE TIMES. AN ORATION BY EDWARD EVERETT, Delivered at the _Academy of Music, New-York, July 4th. 1881 15c.-THE CAUSES OB1 THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. By John Lofhrop Motley, LL.D ......10c. AN ADDRESS BY HON. JOSEPH WOLT to the People of Kentucky, on thel'allacy of Neutrality ». ....10c. PICTURES OF, SOUTHERN LIFE—Social, Political, and Military. Written for the London Times. By Wm ; Howard Russell, LL.D 25c. LETTERS of Hon. Joseph Holt, Hon. Edward.lverett, and Com. Charles Stewart, on the Present Crisis ....loci AN ADDRESS Delivered at Mt. Kisco, Westchester County. New-York, by John Jay, Esq.... ,10c. AMERICAN PATRIOTISM. A Sermt-n preached in the Arch Street _church by Rev. Charles Wadsworth..........l8c. THE CHRISTIAN SOLDIER. A Sermon for tlw Times. By Rev. Charles _WaSsworth .15c. OUR COUNTRY. An Article written for the Danville Quarterly JReview , by Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D ......:. • .15c. THE STATE OF THE COUNTRY. By Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D...

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

_ft&vMmg _foi the Eamilies of Soldiers. The War _Department has made the necessary orders to earry eat the Act of Congress relative to allotments of pay. Hereafter the recruit, upon enrolling his name,.has only'to designate what proportion of his monthly stipend shall be given to his family, to have the necessary minute made, and the sum paid regularly. The step is an important one. Large numbers of very .desirable men kave turned away from the,recruiting station, because the office.could give them no assurance as to provision for their families while they are afegent on duty..- Such assurance can aow be had. It will be no difficult business for the families of needy volunteers to obtain advances from friends and" the charitable, on the strength of tke allotment ticket, so that the means of support may be made, available from the very day the . recruit has entered,the ranks. If some organization, with small capital, could be framed for tlte purpose of saving the holders ...

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

C0mnmrial Pltt&mirgb Market. * WEDNESDAY , September 26,1861. APPtBS—@$2.25 _fi bbl. . ASHES—Soda Ash, 3@3_J£c; P&ts, 4@4}_£c.; Pearls, 5_J_£c. The stock in first hands is ample for all ordinary _pnrposPR. , < BEANS—Prime White, 1.2S@1.40 per bushel. BROOMS—Common, $1.60; fancy, 2.25@2.£0. BUTTER—Choice, Boll, 10c. % tt>. CHEESE—Western Reserve, 6J_^@7c. Hamburg, 8_}_£@9c. EGGS—7c. per dozen. . VLOTJ&—Extra,$4.50; Extra Family, $5.00@5.25; Fancy, $5.50@*.75. . ¦ ¦ :¦¦¦ GRAIN—Corn: 40@42c. _^ bushel. Wheat: prime Red, 95c: White. $1.10. Oats, from store, 25c. GROCERIES—Coffee: Good Rio, 16@16_%c. Sugar, 9, d_^_AlOc. Mol asses, 48@50c. HAY—$7._00@9.00 ?4 ton. at scales. HIDES AND LEATHER—Green beef hides, 6@6J_^c; green salted hides.- 5_%@6c; dry flint, 12c. Rough country leather is dull at 20@22c. Dressed leather is quoted as follows : Red Spanish Sole f, B>., 21@24c. Slaughter Sole _^ 9>., 26@28c; Upper Leather, _^ dozen, $24@3...

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

_JT E'; M'O V A I, .: ; ' ¦ . _; BOARDOF OF THE Synods of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Having removed their Book Rooms to RENSHAW'S NEW BUILDING, No 57 Hand Street, two doors from Liberty, bike pleasure in inviting your attention to the annexed Catalogue of Books comprised in their stock, and hope for a continuaifee of your patronage. . ; _> ¦ JOHN CULBERTSON, Librarian. _F. G. BAILEY, Treasurer. Pittsburgh, April 1,1861; LIST OF PUBDpiTIONS . Constantly mi hand atid for Sale at the, Booh _Mooms of the Board of Golportage, No. 57 ' Hand St., Pittsb'% .• ' All the issues of our own, viz.: the Presbyterian _tioard of Publication as, soon as they come from ' the Press. Also a good selection from R. Carter & Brother ; ' Apploton & Co.; Lippencott & Co.: Scribner; Nelson & Sons; Sheldon" & Co.; Martien; Gould & Lincoln; American Tract Society; American S. S. Union; Massachusetts S. S. Society. Particular attention'paid to filling ord...

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

_CEWICRLEY _AGADJBMY, _^ A Classical and Commercial Boarding _Schml for-Boys BE?. JOSEPH 8. TRAVELLI, A.M., Principal. The Thirty-Nioth Session will commence on MONDAY, November 4th, 1861. i ., _. lor ¦ Circulars, inquire of Messrs. John Irwih* & Sons, ' ". 57 Water Street, or Messrs.- T. H. Nevin _<fe Co-, 26 WoadStreet, Pittsburgh, or of the Principal, _SewickieyviUe, Allegheny County, Pa. ' -' ' S8n28-4t _Fj_^USCARO .RA _ACADEMY, PA.- ,. . ... _Accommodations for seventy pupils. Instruction in English, Mathematics, Latin, Gr»ek, Trench, and G-srman. Military Drill—without fire-arms—semi-weekly.' * Mails daily. _Location in a healthy and delightful section of country. Moral and religious influences all that could be desired. - _,i.i ¦ TERMS—$65.00 per Session of five months—payable by the half Session in advance. ¦ -'.: '-.;; . «- Winter Session opens on TUESDAY _^ the 5th of November next. Vor full particulars, apply to k ; J. H. SHOMAKER, Principal, sepl4-6t A...

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

J» EABING FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Gamp Library. THE AllmCAN TIACf S0_CIETI_, • 160 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Libraryconsisting of TWENTYFIVE VOLUMES, 18mo._^ inclosed in a box, at the low price of 13.00; among which are,"General Havclock," _f: C«pt. Hedley Vicars," "Capt. Hammond," "The Blue Hag," " Young Man from Home." ! ' Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tracts, at S2.00, are pu t up to accompany the Library,,when desired. THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, _ofStwentyrfiye volumes, in flexible covers, cputaiiiirig the Soldier's Text-book, Soldier's Hymns, The Soldiers and Jesus, Story of Lucknow, and other appropriate works. $2M. , . ... ., . .. . , ¦ .:. ): , . . -.;\ : The American Tract Society has furnished gratuitously many hundreds of thousands of page ' s of Tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvania, as well us others. The friends of the soldiers are availing themselves of the opportunity of putting intbtheir hands these m_^st valuable' books. And'the...

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

_T_¥TOTICE TO FRDITs-GROWERS X_^l FOR FALL 0_>iP 1861. r Farmers and others desirous of planting _iittflT TREES this Fall, are respectfully invited to visit the * gJSWICKLEY NURSERIES oVS.it. SHIELDS& CO., before ordering olse-•whpre. .; The :Btock;is very* iliirge,rif superior, strong, fineformed trees, of the choicejit varieties; , , . . . .. . APP1B8—Baldwins, 'Kings, Russetta, and Pippins, for _Ordhards, fojrsaleby the 1,0jD0. ' '' ¦ " ' : PEAHS—Dwarfe and _Stiyidards, for Gard«_n»B and Orchards, ¦ . _-¦•"' for sale by the 1,000. ' * . ¦ PEACHES—Large extrafine, for Orchards, for sale by the , . ' .' 1,000. ¦ * . GBiPE TIKES—AH,the new approved sorts at reduced ;.._< rates; Concord Strong Vines, at $25.00 per v's • ; • . 100,and $3.50 per dozen; Concord extra, ' . '¦¦:¦; ¦ Strong Bearing, $35.00 per 100, and S4.6O 1 _j ._r perjdoaen; Delaware?, -4pcte. each, and' ; •5 ' " ' $4-50 per' dozen; _Djana, Rebecca, Union. -. ' _: , . * Village, Anna, Tokaloa,.&a...

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

_W ERMILLION _INSTITUTE. There have been three _liunnrefl ana sixty-eignt _stnaemsirt attendance dnrijig the present year, an _increH8e of about seventy since lust year. The next Session is to open on the 28th of October. To young men, for $75.00 will be furnished Tuition in all the _branches, including the Modern Languages, usually tanght in the higher Seminaries; board, room-rent, room furnished with bedstead, chairs, table, stovo and fuol for two Sessions ol five months each. Or for $42.50, all the above items furnished for the Winter Session of five months. Female Department. A new edifice has jnst been erected for this Department, with accommodations for sixty pupils. The Principal, with his family, will occupy this building, and the young ladies will be under Ms immediate supervision. Tuition in all the higher branches, including Latin, Greek, French and German ; board, room furnished, lights and fuel, and board in the family of the Principal, all furnished for $85.00, f...

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

_gECON D A R R IT A X , : • " - . •:¦ -¦ ¦ ¦ -A*, -. .. ;. ' .\ , • ¦ • ' " • . ¦ * J. M. BptBOBVFIEIJl_5s S. NEW ALL _T_^OOL DELAINES; ' ' NEW SILKS; . ' . ,, . _' . \ . - ,: ,, ; . ./, . " . FIGURED' "AND PLAIN FRENCH-MERINOS; HANDSOME LOT DRESS GOODS—New Sttuss; EXTRA CHEAP BROOHA ' SHAWLS; CLOAKS AND DUSTJ3RS; PLAIDS,. &c., &o., &c; With a _Itat _AssoRixEtrs or ' NEW GOODS OPENING DAILY, And selling CHEAP WR CASH, par money. . " . _sen28-2t ¦ ' ¦ • ... ' . _' . -' .:¦ ' "-" • ¦ ¦' - .-" • _' .

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

: _Wwmli. _August 8th; by Rev. W. J. Alexander, Mr. Theodore CtEMEHS to Miss Susas _Cabounb Hurray, both of West Union, Marshall County, Va. September 10th, Mr. Isaac _STCbbret to Slisa Sophia. Campbell, both of Marshall County, Va. June 5tb, by Rev. J. Stoneroad, at his own _rflsidence,:Mr-Kurtz to Miss ¦—— ; ,Cokb, all of Connelisrille, Pa-August 5th, Mr. David Yo ' dsg to Miss Nanot Steicki.be, all of Duhbar, Fayette County, Pa. September 2d, J. Cblbebtson, M.B., of Shippensburg, Pa., to Bliss -Nancy, daughter of Col. A. M. Hill, _Eayette County, Pa. On the 17th inst., at Martinsburg, ! Blair County, Pa., by Rev. Samuel Lawrence, Mr. James C. Shoemaker to Miss Isabella _Okb. In Cittanning, on Thursday, September 19tli_^ at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. Dr. Painter, Mr. Wimjak Pollock to Miss Asabelxa, second _daughtec _^ of the late R. A. Robinson, Esq., of Kittanning. ;¦ V

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

THIS _$E_|K!S ADVERTISEMENTS. SOLDIERS* _SPECIAL _NOTICE.-DO your duty to yourselves, protect your health, use HOLLOW AX'S' PILLS AND OINTMENT, _tfor Wounds, Sores, Bowel Complaints and Fevers, they are a perfect safeguard_, lull directions how to use them with every box. 0nly25_cpnts: [210] _sep28-lt> WEW r.-P ALL "AIT D _WIIT T.E R -_^ V CL0 ?_HING, ON THE CASH SYSTEM—fhe ouly system that enables u_» to sell Goods cheap these unsettled times. Cash is our motto; and under that plan we are now prepared to offer " a fine stock of FALL AND WINTER' CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, and O_^ER-COATINGS, bought with Cash, which enables us tp offer goods at the lowest possible! price. Also, a Fine Stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, of the Latest Styles,.always kept on hand. H. SMITH, Merchant Taylor, marl7-iy No. 84 WjHe Street, Pittsburgh.

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

PITTSBURGH _W «»-«;-_«-¦? ,_Cx ': -WM.-aP _' «_5_» A FIRST-CLASS CURE, * ; In its sixth year. Room for over one hundred patients. .flgp" Send for Circular, to . ¦ . ¦;*¦ . H. PEEASE, M, D., _. my5-lr * _Pittshimrh. Pa. PITTSBURGH _FEMAU2 _COLlrEGE THIRTEEN TEACHERS. Buildings, teachers, and course of studj', of tho first class. Superior,facilities afforded in the Ornamental branches. Attendance last j-ear, two _hundred and thirty-seven: Three terms per year. • FORTY- _DOLLARS per term, pays for boarding, light, room-rent, and use of furniture. Tuition according to studies pursued. The Collegiate year begins September 3d; second Session, December 9th: and the third. March 24th, 1862. Send to the _President, " Rev. I. C. PERSHING, A. M., for a catalogue. " ; . M.SIMPSON, augll-ly President of Board of Trustees.

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

_JJ fcDERSRIDGE ACADEMY. The Twenty-Ninth Session of this Institution will open on WEDNESDAY, the First Day of May next. Anyperson desiring further information, wijl please write for a circular to * • A. DONALDSON. Principal. OXPORDFEMALE COLLEG£, OXFORD, OHIO. Under the Care of the Synod of Cincinnati. The next Session begins September 1st. The Buildings, Grounds, Teachers, and Course of Instruction, are of the first order.' Parents will find this a Christian Home School for their daughters. Oxford, is famed for its health, and its lit* erary and religious advantages. - , TERMS:—Vor Boarding. Tuition, &c, in this regular College Course, per session of five months, $87-50, in advance. Music, &c, extra. Ministers' daughters and Teachers taken at reduced rates. For Circulars, &c, please address REV. ROBERT D. MORRIS, President, aug_!0-2m , Oxford, Ohio.

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

flK_^_uwftl Sffj>ht _# The Atlantic Monthly For October, is a number of unusual excellence Its contents are varied, instructive and entertaining. For sale in Pittsburgh, by John P. Hunt, Masonic Hall, Fifth Street. Mr. Hunt has always on hand a full assortment of stationery, newspapers, periodicals, popular literature, and the publications of the American Sunday School TTninti : ¦

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