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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

. :_• : •¦ '.. i or the Presbyterian _Banner. Celebration of the _Twentyicond of Febinarft at Jefferson College.; Mr. Ei>_W0R :~In _timeC like these wlen the rebel arm is uplifted against the sacred authority of our Government and the consecrated palladium of pur ' liberties, is imperiled b y _p hee fraternal, but jaow traitorous hands, the exhibition of patriotic ardor is no longer a novelty. These exhibitions of patriotism are the spontaneous throb biflgs of the nation's heart, indicative of the Iov_6 of her existence, and showing_, how dear is the life of those liberties purchased ,by the disinterested heroism of the Revolutionary struggle. In • accordance with .the feeling which pervaded our nation on the natal day of our Washington, the students of Jefferson College , still .incited by th.at ardor which has alreadyprompted _xnoVe1 than two scores of her sons to encamp upon a Winter's battle field, commemorated in a most appropriate manner the birthday of the great ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

#Mtarg. [Akhquncements, Gratis ; Additional Remakes, Ten Gents a _Line, _Eiaur Wurds being a Line.] DIED—Near'Florence, Pa., on February 19th, of inflammation of the bowels, JOSEPH, son of David and Elizabeth Culbertson, aged 16 years, 3 months, and 2 days. DIED—Near Harrisville, Pa., February 24th, RICHARD VAN DYKE, Sr., long a Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church, " faithful and beloved," in th_'e 8ith year of his age. DIED—-In Oswego, 111., on the 17th ult., MARGARET A., daughter of G. A.,and Sarah J. Tucker, aged 3 years and 6 months. DIED—On February 20th, 1862, of nervous debility, ' at Larimer's Station, Westmoreland Co., • Pa.,.Mrs. JANE WILSON, aged 65 years. DIED—At _,Fort Wayne, Indiana, on Tuesday morning,1 the 11th of February, in the 77th year of his age, SMALLWOOD NOEL, Esq., for over thirty years an elder of the First Presbyterian church of that city. DIED—On the 17th ult., of scarlet fever, ALEXANDER WILSON, aged 3 years; and on the 18th, JOHN CLINTON, aged 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

Washington. Feb. 26.—The President has approved the United States Note bill. It is, therefore, a law. A proclamationdated on the 18thsigned jointly bj Commodore Goldsborough and General Burnside, to the people of North Carolina, says the mission of the expedition is not to invade any of their rights, but to assert the authority of the United States, and to close with them the desolating war brought upon their State by comparatively few men in their midst. The proclamation concludes as follows: We invite you in the name of the Constitution and in that of virtuous loyalty and _ciyilizatfon; to separate yourselves an once from their malign influence ; to return to your allegiance, and not compel us to resort further to the force under ourf control. The Government asks only that its authority may be recognized; and we repeat in no manner or way does it desire to interfere wi£U your laws, Constitutionally established; your institutions of any kind whatever; your property of any sort, o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

; Bnsmess lea , Owe much of their prosperity in life to a thorough, practical education received before commencing business. This can be acquired in the shortest time and best manner from thoroughly educated, experienced and practical accountants, by attending the Iron City Commercial College, as attested by its large number of graduates now in successful, active business throughout the United.. States. For particulars see advertisement, in anothsr column. ' - . " .. ...Mterary. _ .. . ...../¦;. , ¦ . _ The Pulpix and the Rostrum, of March 1st, contains three speeches vastly unlike each other. One -is, ;by William? Lloyd Garrison, entitled, " The Abolitionists and their Relation to' the War;" another is by Garrett Davis, on " The War not Emancipation;" and the third is that of Alexander H. Stevens, in which he affirms that " African Slavery is the Corner-Stone of the Southern Confederacy." Election. At a monthly meeting of the Board of Managers of the Young Men's Bible Society...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

_^0 '_c_^n/ flf-/uJ ' / Corner of Perm and St. Clair Streets, Pittsburgh., Pa. _HpHE LARGEST COMMERCIAL •*¦ School ,of the (IJnited States, with a patronage of nearly 3,000 Students, in five years, from 31 Statesand the only one which affords complete and reliable instruction in all tbe following branches, viz.: Mercantile, _ManupOctobers, Steamboat, _Rauboajb, and Bank Book-keeping. FIRST PREMIUM Plain and Ornamental _Penmanship; Also, Surveying, Engineering, ado Mathematics 1 Generally. $35.00 pays for a Cnmmercial Course; Students enter and review at any time. Ministers' sons tuition at half price. For Catalogue of 86 pages, Specimens of Business and Ornamental Penmanship, and a beautiful College view of eight _square feet, containing a great variety of Writing, Letterinj_; and Flourishing, inclose 24 cents in stamps to the Principals, mar8-ly JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa. _TfclARRHEA AND DYSENTERY ¦*-*^ will decimate the Volunteers far more than the bullets of thecn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

i _Jorapi S Utos,_ ENGLAND. In a debate in the House of Lords, relative to the arrest and confinement of three Englishmen, in the United States,, for alleged complicity with treason, Earl Russell said: _i ' In England, Parliament bad given the Government, in times of difficulty, .authority to arrest persons on suspicion, .and it had to be frequently done, without their being brought to trial. This Government had complained of the arbitrary manner in which these arrests had been made, by the sole authority of the President of the United States, 'without legislative sanction. He was not disposed to defend, the acts-of'the United States Government. ' Contrress had. decided that the nrern<r- ative belonged' to the President, and if he believed the parties were engaged in' treasonable correspondence or conspiracies, as alleged, he (Earl Russell) could not see how Her Majesty's Government could interfere with a practice which was absolutel y necessary, although it was exercised...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

PRE S BYTERIAL N O TICES The PRESBYTERY OF BLOOMINGTOff will meet at Mackinaw church,' (Pleasant Hill,) on _Tuesday, April 8th, at 7 P. Mj . Churches will be called on _> for Sessional Records, Settlement with Pastors _^ and Supplies, and Commissioners' Fund, as' follows, viz.: Crow Meadow, $5.00; West _Urbauaj 6.50; < Union ' Grove, 6.00; Towanda, 4.50; Reading, 1.50; Wapella, 1,00; Dwight, 1.50;'Gilman, 1.00 ;\El Paso, 2.p0; Sulphur Spring, 1.00; Bloomington, 18.00; Monticello, 2.00 j Waynesville, 12.50; Clinton, 6.60; Metamora, 8.00 ; Lexington, 8.50; ' Salem, 6.00; Ashkum1.00; Secor, 1.00; Cedar, Point, 1.00 ; Deer Creek, 6.00; Galloway, 1.00 j Atlanta, 3,50; Farm Ridge, 2.00; Low Pointy 2.60; MAckinaw, 4.00; Harmony ' , ' 2.00; Onarga, 5.00; Tolono, 1.00; Cheney's Grove ' ; 1.00. ' R. CONOVER, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF CLARION will meet in Brookville, the -First Tuesday of April next, at 11 o'clock A. M. D. M'.CAY, ' Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

_Congress. *l( Feb. 26.—House.—The day _?was> spent < in de-; bate, mostly. - • \ _v " Senate.—The bill fixing the number of memb ers of the next Congress at 241, was passed. - ' Feb. 27:—The House decided by a vote of 73 _^against 50,.that Mr. Upton is not entitled to a "seat. The Committee on Elections reported in favor of John P. Verres to the seat from the 3d'Con-•gressional district of Pennsylvania. ' ' Senate.—The Senate admitted .Mr. Stark, of Oregon, by a vote of yeas', "26; nays, 19, and he took the oath. The Senate then resumed the consideration of the bill in relation to the ntedical department of the army. , _, The bill increasing the efficiency of .the medical department of the army,was taken up. Mr. Grimes, offered an .amendment that the provisions of (this act be in existence as long as the rebellion lasts, and no longer. Agreed to. The bill passed-fK «* Feb. 28.—HouBE.-rrThe '-bill granting bounty for _soldiers in lieuv 'pf lands was taken up. Messr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

Telegrams from General Halleck to General M'Clellan. St. Louis, Feb.- 27.—The following dispatch was sent from. Headquarters to-day : Major General McClellan, Washington:—Gen. Curtis has taken possession of Fayettevilie, Arkansas, capturing a number of prisoners, stores , baggage, etc. • The enemy: burnt a part of the town before leaving. They have crossed Boston Mountain, in great confusion. We are now. in possession of all their strongholds. Forty-two officers 'and men of the 6th Missouri cavalry were poisoned at Mudtown by eating poisoned-food which the rebels left behind them. The gallant Captain Golfert died, and Lieut. Col. Yon Dental and Capt. Schwan have suffered much, but are recovering. The indignation of our troops is very great, but they have been restrained from retaliating upon the prisoners of ¦war. , (Signed,) H.,W. Halleck, , . ( Major-General. St. Louts, March 3. -_^ The following is a copy of a telegram from Gen. Halleck to Gen. M'- Clellan 1 , at'Washington: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

rp o I 'V Y A ii I » s . Do Not Despair Until You Have Tried the Water Cure. THE PITTSBURGH WATER CURE ESTABHSHittENT is delightfully situated on the banks of the Ohioten miles West of the oity. 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/aiUd. The following are among the disease*' we bav& treated successfully: * ' . Incipient ConsumptionABthma, 'Bronchitis, Coogb*,. Scrofula, every form of Skin Disease, DyspepsiaLiver Complaint, Constipation of the Bowels, " Spinal IrritationNeuralgia, Rheumatism, IiiunbagoNervousnessall Diseases-of the Reproductive Organs, Diabetes,-Dropsy&c_ &c. _^ 370 FEMALES suffering; with diseases peculiar, to their sex, we _appeal with. ' confidence, as we rarely Wl to effect cures in those cases. Wo not only cure you of your diseasebut wo entirely rembva from your system the bad effects of _thepoisonons ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

In Ottumwa_, Iowa, February 17th, by Rev. J. M. McElroy, Mr. George Aspinwail to Miss Lamika J. Jackson. _February 19th, by Rev. D. S. Logaa, Gen. John Armstrong . to Mrs. Mary P. Russei, all of New Lisbon, O. On Thursday evening, February 20th, at the residence of the bride's motherby Rev. John T. M_*Cartney, Mr. James McDonald to Miss Mary E. Heenak, both, of Temperanceville, Pa. On Thursday, February 13th, by Rev. J. M. Smith, Mr. John L. George, of Allegheny City, to Miss Elizabeth Shaw' , of Glenshaw, Allegheny County, Pa. l ' On Thursday, the 13th ult., by Rev. D. M'Cay, Mr. Jos. F. LoBOtroH to Miss Lida J. Ejfer, all of Callensburg, Clarion County, Pa. On February 20th, by Rev. S. McFarren, Mr. Thomas R. • Cunningham to Miss Maggie A. Kelly, all of Congruity, Westmoreland Co.,p Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

CTEUBENVJLLIiE FEMALE SEM-^ INARY. REV. CHAS. C. BEATTY, D.D., LL.D., SUPERINTENDENT. PROF. A. M. REID, A.M., PRINCIPAL. This School has been in successful operation under the same Superintendence for more than thirty years. His well and favorably known. It was the design Of its founders to establish an Institution on Christian principles, whose aim would be to give not only thorough culture to the intellect, but the religion of Christ to the heart. In this aim, God has greatly blessed them. Dnring its entire history the favor of tbe Holy Spirit has rested'upon it. _Steubenvilleis remarkable for thebsauty and _healthfulness of its situation; and is easy of access from every direction by the Ohio River and Railroads. A large Gymnasium has recently been added to its educatiozrapparatns. • '' Terms. - . For Session of Fire MonthsBeginning May or November: Boarding, Light, &o " . $60.00 Tuition $10 to 36.00 Washing, ps»r dozen .40 _, _Mueic, Pointing, and Modern Languagesext...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

News from tne Soutn. _Looisvillts, Feb. 27.—The New Orleans Bee confesses the magnitude of the calamity at Fort Donelson, and condemns the neglect and apathy of the Confederate Government in not sending a sufficient number of troops Westward. It says : •"A general call to arms has become an inevitable necessity." The Memphis Avalanche, of the 22d, says the Governor of Alabama has called for twelve regimeats from that State, and if not forthcoming, other means will be used to fill the requisition. The _Governor of Georgia also calls for twehe more regiments from that State, and says that if the requisition is not filled by the_>4th of March, a draft will be ordered. _» > A company near Kingston, Barton County, Georgia, is preparing to turn out a _thousand pounds of _saltpefra per day, from a saltpetre cave in tfaat vicinity-Beaeh and plum trees in Rome, Ga., are blooming, aarit the wheat crops are promising, but too ¦for wand- . Senator Hunter has been elected Presi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

_^_ERMILIilON_. INSTITU _TE* The Summer Session is appointed to open oA the 2faf of April next. It,_is the aim of the Board of Trustees to farnish a thorough course of instruction, with good ateoto'modations, at loos cost than is usually incurred in similar _Inatfj tutions. For yonng men, the _expenses are as follows _f Board in term time, tuition in all branches—including Latin", and GreekFrench and German—room furnished with chairs, tablebedsteadstove and fuelfor one year176.10. For the Slimmer Session of live months, all the above items are furnished for $38.00. Female Department , The young ladies board in the family of the Principal, and are under his immediate supervision. A young lady of a good ordinary _English education can, with proper diligence, in three years, complete the course of studies required to secure a Diploma. EXPENSES t—For the Summer Session of five months-Board, tuition in all branches, including Latin, Frenchand German, loom well furnished, fuel prepared,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

I_^ EADING_, ARMY. Soldier's Camp Library. TEE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, ('! 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Library, consisting of TWENTYSIVJB VOLUMES, 18mo., inclosed-in a _' box, at the low price of $3.0 ; among which are "General Havelock" "Oapt. Hedley Vicars," "Capt., Hammon'd,'' .! «Tfie Blue _Plag," " Yonng Man from Home." , Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tracts, at $2.00, are pat un to accompany the Library, when desired. THE SOLDIER'S. POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumes, in flexible coverscontaining tbe Soldier's Text-book, Soldier's Hymn", The Soldiers and Jesus, Story of Lucknow,' and other appropriate works. $2.00. • _, . ,,, , Tlie American Tract Society has furnished gratuitously many hundreds *t thousands of pages of iTracts tothe soldiers of Pennsylvania, a« well as pthers. The friends oi the 8_oldiers.are availing themselves of the opportunity of putting into their hands these most valuable books. And there are not a few instances ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

J _QXTENSION OP THE TIME. "WILLIAM S. BENTOUL, Bookseller, " Begs to inform hU friends and patrons that he has extended the time TILL APRIL 1st, for selling off his stock of books AT LOW PRICES for Cash, previous to removal. Come on and see tbe stock, er send for a Catalogue at once. This is a fine chance to buy good books and cheap. Pittsburgh, Pa., March 3,1862. mar8-4t , _JJEW WALL PAPERS, FOR THE SPRING SALES, NOW OPEN AT Wo. 107 Market Street, Near Fifth, Embracing the latest styles for PARLORS, OFFICES, . HALLS, STORES, CEILINGS, ' DINING-ROOMS, All of which, together with a large assortment of Window Sh.ad.es, will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH/ JOS. B. HUGHES. murR-Sm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

DENTISTRY.—Dr. C. Sill, No. 246 Perm Street, attends to all branches of the Dental profession. feb8-ly JEFFERSON _COLLEGE, _^-The Board of Trustees of Jefferson College will meet on WEDNESDAY, the 26tti day of March, inst., at 10 o'clock A. M., in the _Pctyer Hall. JAMES M'CULLOTTGH, mar8-3t Secretary of the Board. ¥M. FORREST, Carpenter and Joiner, Jobbing Shop, Virgin Alloy, between Smithfield Street and Cherry Alley. All kinds of House Repairing done on short notice and in workmanlike manner. Charges moderate. Leaves your orders. All orders promptly attended to. mar8-3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

Jf E W BOOKS. The Spirit of Hebrew Poetry; by Isaac Taylor .$l@2.00 Haeenbach's History of tbe Doctrines. Vol. II 2.00 M'Cosh's Supernatural in Relation to the Natural.... 1.25 Recent Inquiries in Theology: Being '• Essays and _ReviewB"...'. 1.25 Aids to Faith; R'-ply to the " Essays and Reviews'".. — Teach Us to Pray; by Dr. Cutnming. 1.00 _Tlie Coming Crisis ot the World; by Hollis Reed 1.00 The Cross Bearer 65 Uprising of a Great People; by Count Gasparin. New Edition 75 _Bonart Hymns of Faith and Hope. Second Series... 75 Practical Christianity; by John S. C. Abbott 60 Hand Book of the Prepbylerian Church 50 God's Way of Peace; by Bonar... 40 The Power of Illustration; byDowlinp; 30 Plain Words to Young Men; by J. B. Ripley 25 Health; Lay Sermons by John Brown, M.D 30 With many other Books, new and old, received this week, and for sale by , < ' - ROBERT S. DAVIS, mar8-2t 93 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

_Stcirtenville Female Seminary Ranks among the best institutions in our country. The attention paid to the religious education of the pupils is most valuable. And th& offer of a reduction of charge to the daughters of soldiers, is generous and patriotic. See advertisement. _(. _ittpl EAs Br. Cornell, of tMadelpnia, "Who advertises to give attention to Nervous Dk~ eases, is a gentleman of great reliability and long _exoerienoe.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

THIS WEEK'S ADVERTISEMENTS, ¦ * . _- ' . • -- ^|_T AN T E D . A-ycmngministor and his-wifeof the _Presbyterian Church, 0. S., _deairo a situation as Teachers.' He would prefer to preach a portion of his time. ' • ' ¦ _Kbfsrbes:—Kev. George _Jnnkin, D.D.of(Philadelphia;; Rev. _Wm.,SPInm°.r, D.D., and Rev. David Elliott, D Dj_'of _AUegheDy,iPa.;f Bey. Loyal Young,!D.Kyf of* "Butler, Pa. i _Address <, _. . s>C.G.C., , ¦ j mar8-3t* ' Care'of Kev. Br. Elliott, Allegheny, Pa. '

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