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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

r Padncah and Smithland. The occupation of these two places by United States troops is of vast importance. They are situated at the mouths of tHe Tennessee and CumbertojRd ;r4yers,Tbo|lriof which are navigable 'far into the State of Tennessee. _^_. Padabah especially, is important, as it"will form a favorable basis of military operations against Columbus and Hickman. These are strong positions in Kentucky, on the bank of the Mississippi, and are _tetified_%dd_^held b_^the|_ceS els. -To assail them _sueqessful_^yt fr_^^e rifer would be very dffiQult;_r.but_,f^)m Paducah an army could go'jb y.raiCto . _Mayi f ld ;.,,and thence, In a two days' easy march, to either Columbus or Hickman. The _fortifications . would \ thus j he japproached in the rear, and by an. equal elevatibn, gjxe.ithe assailants a fair _opportunity of ' success.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

_CECtOND ARiRIYAL p *c _» f> • 'I '< OF ' */ > 3 ' ' * i i _f \ , rf , i fri , <iV I / ' '. AT _r . / 'i >- ' _> Jf. M. j BXJKCHFI(EI.il)»; S. NEW ALL WOOL DELAINES; ' ' ' _' l ' NEW SILKS- ' * < 5 i FIGURED AND _PLAINi FRENCH _MERDTOS;- _/] HANDSOME LOT DRESS GOODS—New,8_* yi.es ; . EXTRA CHEAP BROCHA SHAWLS; _t ' CLOAKS AND DUSTERS; ' * _", ' U PLAIDS,^_C, &0., &c.;! ' ' ' ' l> _" ! ' ' ¦" Wite aFdil'_Assorthekt op_^ '"* ! (i * NEW GOODS pJ PENINC f !i>AILT, V «_Cp_^5 2t *

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

¦_KT ERMILIilONi INSTITUTE , _j t There have _beenHhree hundred and slxty-eightrstudentsin attendance during the •presentyearan increase of about __ seventy since last year. The next Session is to open on the 28th of,October. To young men, for _5TS.00 -will be furnished Tuition, in all the branches, including the"Modern Lahgnagos, nsually taught in the higher Seminaries; boaultr.ooni-rent, loom turnished withibedstead, chairs, tablestove and fuel for two Sessions of five months each. Or for $42.50, all the above items furnished lor the Winter Session of five months. Female Departments ¦ A new edifice has just been erected for this Department ¦with accommodations for sixty pupils. The Principal, with hw familywill occupy this _building and the young _ladies will be under his immediate supervision Tuition in all the higher branches, including Latin, Greek, French and German; board, room furnishedlights and fuel, and board tn the family of the Principal, all furnished for $85.00for t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

I An _Edrfof _M_^_rduWe. fBev. S. H. Ford, (Baptist,) who, as edir of the Western _Recorder, of Louisville, h., is trying to steer hig way as a professed ptral, but: "with _tnaniSiit.'rebel proclivin, is sadly and deservedly harrassed. He Kb that in travelling in Kentucky he has K visited a place where he has 'not been Severely, and almost threateningly, asked hat side he was on in the present conk." ' _,He:has _#_Mj$$$n_^^m_^their lestions," and he thinks he " must adopt rilliam Vaughan's conclusion—£ Wait to e winch side the Lord is on , and take mt.' " One thing we should say is pretty fear—the Lord is not on the neutral side, nk strong rebel; sympltthMl' -_^iV_". T nronicle.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

1 Mystery _Solved. A few weeks ago the United States Government bought a;iarge number Of strong and he_%vy,coal barges in Pittsburg h, and had them floated down the river_^ _Fpr_^what purpose.?). Were they intended to convey men and munitions of war down the Mississippi ? Possibly some of them may yet be put to that use, but, for the present, they are used for bridgejbuilding. They are being moored &rossthe"Ohid_4 _MPalucahtcon]|ecting Ke_^ with .Illinois. Strong timbers are laid on them, an'd_^ Wen* planks * on the _timbers, and thus a "plank-road" is formed over the Ohio, capable of sustaining men, horses, wagons; and gun _' carriages. This bridge can be readily moved to any other part of the river, if wanted.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

lissonri. Since the fall of Lexington, ' things ioiok'glooBiy in Western Missouri. _.P _^ rice has forty thousand menjiniand near;Lexing_|on, and Raines and Mc-Cullough have each about,ten thousand, some distance South of him. Generals Fremont and Hunter are at Jefferson City. Generals Seigel and Davis at Georgetown. ;Gjeneralj, Prentiss at St. Joseph. General Pope in. Northern Missouri, and. General Lane in Kansas near the Missouri border. The number,.of .the Federal'forces under these Generals is not stated. It is Eremon_^s_^purpose to, cut '6ffS ith ' eJ retoeat, ,of _^ the rebels, arid capture- them. His forces are weli disposed of to accomplish _suoh a result, if they ai?e sufficiently numerous_^, bi:aye, and skillful. ' _," !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

PRESBYTEEIAL NOTICES ie PRESBYTERY OF NEW LISBON Ttill me_^n the byterian chureh of Bast Liverpool, Ohioon the Third _nesdny of October, (the Wednesday before the meeting ie Synod «f Wheeling,) at 4 o'clock P. M. ROBERT HAYS, Stated Olerk. ie PRESBYTERY Ot TORT WAYNE will meetat *ah, on Monday, the 7th day of October, at 7 o'clock _mrchcH are all _expected to forward, to that meeting <?n# per member, as a contribution to the Synddical Fund W. M. DONALDSON, Stated Olerk. ie PRESBYTERY OS BOOK RIVER will meet in the ibyterian church at _JPrlnceton. on Monday _evdhinjy ber 14th, at "_!U o'clock; 'Assessments for the _Contingent d will be called for. * S._/C._J WILSON, Stated .Clerk.. )e PRESBYTERY 01 RiOHLAND will meet at mica, &e Second Tuesday (8th) of October, at 7 o'clock P.iM. JAMES EOWJDAND_, Stated Clerk. " ie PRESBYTERY _Qtf wliklN_^_ON1 will meet at the fch in Burgettstown, on the Second Wednesday (Oth day) (Btobur next, at 11 o'clock A. M. _<,_;v »...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

PITTSBURGH _mw 9* -fb 4_Bi _tc; , €D _Tta._;_ap*«_i - , A FIRST-CLASS CURE, tn its sixth year. Room for over one hundred patients. _83f Send for Chrculai_, to H. FREASE, M. D., myfi-lv Pirtsburch. Pa. P ITTSBURGH FEMALE COLLEGE _. THIRTEEN TEACHERS. _BuildinRS, teachersand course of study, of the first class Superior facilities afforded m the Ornamental branches. Attendance last year, two hundred and thtrty-seaen. 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 Oth; and the third, Maich 24th, 1862. Send to the President, Re\. I. C PERSHING, A. M.. for a catalogue. M. SIMPSON augll-ly _, President of Board of Trustees

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

_^M- 'Ptffa. LAFAYETTE COLLEGE.—The Board of Trustees stands adjourned to meet in Easton, Pa.—during sessions of the Synod of Philadelphia—on Friday, October ISth, at 12 o'clock. Noon. 8 M. ANDRDWS, Sec'y.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

OXFORD FEMALE COLLEGE _*-_* OXFORD, OHIO. Under the Cat e of the Synod of Cincinnati. The next Session begins Septembor 1st The Bnildinj«<. GroundsTeachersand Course of Instruction, are of the first ordei Parents-will find this a Chustian Home bcliool tor their daughters Oxford is famed for its health, and-its literary and religious advantages. TERMS •—For Boarding, Tuition, &c, in the regular College Course, per session of five months, $87 50in advance. MusicAc, extra. Mimsteis' daughters and Teachers taken at reduced rates. lor Cifculars. &c, please address REV. ROBERT D. MORRIS, President auglO-2m Oxford, Ohio

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

[Union Of Papers.—The _dhrisitan Herald,, Ithis city, the organ of the New School wsbyterian Church; has hadjbiffeil toit I Presbyterian Recorder, of Chicago_, lej denomination in the West is, now_._^_fgr tented by one paper instead of two. The Ice of publication remains in Cincinnati._^ [e editor of the Recorder becomes asscJ-i [ted with Mr. Babb.—Presbyter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

ilW"EW,,FALL AND WINTER •*** , . CLOTHING , _t ON1 THE CASH SYSTEM—the only system that enables us to sell Q _oods cheapithese unsettled times. Cash is our motto; and under that plan we are, now prepared to ofler a fine stock of VALL AND WINTER CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, _i VJBSTINGS ' _jand 0VER-C0ATING&, bough* wrth Cash, which enables us to offei goods at the lowest possible price. Also, a Fine Stock of Gentlemen's _furnishing Goods, of 1 the Latest Styles, always kept on hand. _^ y » >f , * ' H. SMITH, Merchant TaylorvJ mar_!7-ly Jfq,, 84 WyHe Street, _Pltj8bpr;gh.r

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

BLAIRS VILLE FEMALE SEMINARY. • • i A Home For Young Ladies. Rev. S. H. SHPPLEY, A M.and Mrs. SHEPLEY.tPnncipals, aided by a full corps of Teachers. Accommodations for Sixty _Boaiding Scholars The ordinary'bill for Boardand Tuition in the regular.course and Latinis $6p.00 _psy. Session of five months Ample facilities foi the Ornamental Branches, and for the Modern Language!,. Catalogues sent by mail, on application. The next Session—Nineteenth, under the present Principals—will commi-nce November 4th. *epl4-2m >S. H SHRPIVEY. Proprietor

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

HEATER ACADEMY. ' The Fifth-fifth1 year of tbis'Institution will open on TUESDAY, the,27th;,,o.t _August. ,,The' number iof, _' students in a_£ tendance the last year was qne hundred and foity-four. For. further _infdririatiotijsenfi for a circular. ' ' ! _> _lisJmw'jj* » D"<: _^8 _-B _SMRpER, Principal * ,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

Dunlffp's Creek Academy. j Institutipn,is under the care of the Pre_^- of Redstone, and is admirably _^onduoted ertiBement. . ' _«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

,4 rf_^ET GO RIGHT TO TH_^ -_"¦ ' * 8P0_K" ' _^v l f _IliSTONT _RlELiff I ST6P YOUR? _pOTJGrH ! 1 - p I ' * ' - ' { -f *< ' « * . . r PUBIFY _HOWL _iiBBBftTH! kRENGT«EN_^ YOW«>»y©!CE! ; ; U ' \ i ' . f ' _i1 ' "1J 1 * ¥ ' VI - _'._' .- ' _» (1 » * Is v •j '!' _^ABE GO_^D F QR _CLERGYMEN, ,,QPpD ;i@R _MOTUREBS, GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS, .1. _, r- i// [>•». v GOOD FOBTSTNj&ERS, OOQD FOR CONSUMPTIVES. _^:i^>FI Jlf. it.-_^ rr .: ¦ ¦¦i[_-\ - ,i THROAT CONFECTIONS. LADIES ARE DELIGHTED WITH ') - . _f ' ..-.; .'-1 _. ' ft . .. > ' r * f r f t _^ I 1 I " * - ' 'rr_^l , ¦ f l _i« •. in; i . . • I r'_nv f-fn .www ' V M ¦ . h > { ' ' . _l®#_AIa©rINGr'S* -¦ ' . , ?' i >. a: -_ tl' ¦ . ' >..< _. ' - t '» 1 . THROAT CONFECTIONS. ¦ '_trji i > ' S \ 1 _^ ' } ' i, . , '• 1 - A l - 1 ¦ _) • ¦ ¦ — .' i'_f_. i' i' }. Tiey-relieve a Coa_^_. instantly. They dear the . Tlp_^SSi;. *»— - They give strength an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

Instituting Family Prayer, Under Difficulties A TRUE STOKY. Ellen was the oldest of len children who tad bejafgi^?io£ t_^ at ; the rate of two every three years. It had pleased her heavenly lather, to assign her 'home inithe;;middling classes _^faocietyrf _JTlie arrangements of her, father's house. _<were( simple and comfortable. There waa no lack _of> thrift, neatness or economy in that small but well-filled, dwelling. The. two children ne_*fc to Ellen were boys, and could , pot bedepended, on;. to lighten the _Jj|bor, of l_^jr_.inotitier j so Ellen was at once, n _^ ntse-girl, daughter and,lady. , From sunrjse to. curfew, bell, sher performed more labor than any maid, servant in, the village,, and the beauty of it was, that she did all cheerfully, and gracefully, just as if.it were nothing worth mentioning. Her dress was alwavs becoming, her manners cultivated, and her appearance respectable. Almp|| evf _§ry Sabb _^. tb,,,B.l| ten was able to _attiniran _t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

_JgrknitnraL Orchard-Sites. The time is near at hand when the farmer will be called in his own mind to decide upon his orchard-site, for the trees he is to plant the coming Fall or Spring. Be the planting done at either time, the sooner the ground is ploughed the better. In all sections, Fall planting is not desirable; but whenever it can be done, never fail of improving the opportunity, for at that season the farmer is more at leisure than in the Spring, when, however good his intentions may have been to " plant a good orchard," by the pressure of Spring operations during the seed-time, he is compelled by force of circumstances to defer it a few days, and ere he is aware of the fact, " tree- peddlers, with « the " best' selection of trees in the West," are urging their wares upon him, and he buys, not because ' he wants their trees, but must have- some, and fearing his time is tod precious to go to the nursery, he takes such as are offered, perhaps an assortment; perhaps al...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

Character of the Gentleman. < I have stated already that the forbearing use of power is a sure attribute of the gentleman_^ indeed, as we may say that _,p,ower —physical, moral, purely social or political —is one of _thd tou ' ehs ones of genuine gentlemanship. The power which the husband has over the wife, in which we must include the impunity with_^which he may be unkind to her; the teacher over his pupils; the old over the young, and the young over the, _; agedf; the strong over the weak; the offieer. over- -his men; the master of a,vessel over his hands; the magistrate over the citizens; the employer over the employed; the rich over the poor; the educated' over the unlettered; the experienced over**he confiding; the keeper of a secret over him whom it touches; the gifted over the ordinary man; even the clever over the silly; the forbearing and inoffensive use of all this power or authority, or a total abstinence from it, where the case admits it, will,show the gentlem...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

The Infield and. Minie Rifles. It is most generally supposed that the Enfields and Minies are peculiar rifles, -the one 'French and- the other English, both invented-by men. whose names have been given to those fire-arms. The Enfield derives, its name from the place where it is made, namely, the Government armory, at Enfield, Euglandy andit is , in 'most respects, like the American army rifles made at Springfield, Mass. The barrel of it is formed of the best charcoal iron; its length is thirty-nine inches bore 58-100th of an inch; it has threegrooves, 1-16'th of aninchwidei and 5-100th of an inch deep. The pitch of _*he grooves is8 _sii feet six inches; >A hollow conical ball, with a plug __of, boxwood placed in the base, is used in this rifle. A graduated back-sight, set for ranges fromj two hundred-to one thousand yards, is fixed oh alt ' the Enfields. The Minie rifle derives its name from' Lieut/_Minie_^ of? the French infantry, who first. 'applfed _tlte hollow expan...

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