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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

[RON BU1LBINGS, FIFTH STRIIf_, ESTABIISHED IN 18 40. IncO _Tporatefl by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, TitelS:THE ONLY COMMERCIAL * _'! C0J6lijJ!(JfB in the country conducted by a Practical MerchantiUp_^er • _, 6 3 56o * STTJ~PDB3_SrTS _frgm * thirty States have here earned a business reputation equal to that of West Point graduates for the army. Buff's system of MERCANTILE BOOK-KEEPING awarded POUR SILYER SIEBALS and the sanction of Spesial Committees of the American Institute and Chamber of Commerce of New-York, as the best known. Also, Duff's yestemof - ' - ' STEAMBOAT . BOOK-KEEPING , pronounced by the late Cashiei- ' of one of our Banks " a perfect system for such books and accounts." Also, Duff's new system of RAILROAD BOOK-KEEPING, (in manuscript,) the only system of this branch of accounts taught in the city. Also, Buff's new system of BANK BOOK-KEEPING, (In manuscript,) the only one _ln?fise practically adapted to private Banking. These systeihsof accounts are here...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

_Jforap'- "Ster; Foreign dates received to September 26th. The passport system has been abolished for British _travellers in the Netherlands. The London Times' city article of the 25th, says that great excitement prevails in the Foreign market in consequence of the distinct repetition of the announcement that France and Spain will forthwith intervene in Mexican affairs. GREAT BRITAIN. The steamship Great Eastern arrived at Queens*- town, Ireland, on the 17th inst. She experienced a terrific gale when two days out, about 280 miles west of Cape Clear. The furniture and luggage on board was mostly destroyed and some of the passengers injured. It .was expected every moment that the ship would go down, and in that case the loss of life would have been very large. Temporary steering-gear was finally fitted, and the ship put back with her screw, going at the rate of nine nots an hour. Dr. Russell, in Ms latest letter to the London Times, eulogises the-army of 'the Potomac, and says tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

Washington. The army opposite Washington is slowly and quietly establishing itself in advanced _positions, as the enemy retires. There .are, howevej, no indications of a forward movement, in force. The batteries on the Virginia side of; the river, from Occoquan to Acquia Creek, have been nearly silent, for a week, and large numbers of vessels, with warlike stores, and provisions are arriving at Washington and Georgetown. October 7.—Brig. Gen. _WCook will leave here to-morrow, having been ordered to report himself to the Commander of the Department of the Cumberland. His brigade will include the First Ohio Kegiment, of which he was formerly the Colonel. The General who is to relieve Gen. Anderson is W. T. Sherman, brother of the Senator of that name. The War Department is overrun with applicants for offices and contracts. The Secretary 's door is constantly besieged by persons who want interviews with him to serve personal ends. The Secretary desires it to be distinctly understoo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

§tw_%_\ _§etos. The IWetion, The election on Tuesday _wak very quiet, and the vote small. Returns are not all in. Most of the candidates were on both tickets. The main contest was for.Sheriff and Treasurer. The Republicans have probably carried the former; the latter is doubtful. Peaee Inst he Conquered-It is well known that the leaders in the rebel lion were determined to destroy the Government. The country must be ruled by them, or divided. They would admit of no compromise. Evidence is abundant that this 3b still their purpose. Northern " peace1 * men, however, are loth to believe this. Some of them made a secret trial on the subject about the opening of the late session of Congress. It will be recollected that Henry May, member i elect from Baltimore, professing Union sentiments, and pretending to have important private business in Virginia, obtained a " pass " to go beyond our army lines. He _weni to Richmond and conferred with the Confederate from the New-York SHmes of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

PEESOML Centenary of a Distinguished Divine.—The centenary of the birth of Dr. Carey—the _fbundet of the Baptist Missionary Society, and translator of the Bible into forty Eastern languages—was observed by a meeting recently held in Spurgeon's Tabernacle, London, at which a thousand people had tea in the school-rooms, and five thousand subsequently assembled in the chapel to hear an oration on Carey's life, and addresses by Spureeon and others. Ex-President Buchanan on the War.—A grand1 mass-meeting was held in Chester County, Pa., at which a letter was received from ex-President Buchanan, in which he earnestly appeals to the young men to go to war. He says it is time for prompt, energetic, and united action, and not for peace propositions. Gen, Simon B. Bnekner who heads the rebel forces that have invaded Kentucky, owns over thirty houses and lots in Chicago, obtained some years ago by marriage to a "Western, ladv- Willie P, iangum died in Orange County, N. C, on the 11th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

For the Presbyterian,Banner. [ The Synod of Iowa. the Synod of Iowa met according to aputment, in Dubtique, September _&6th ., and was opened with a sermon by Rev. RE. Boggs, the Moderator. The roll-ball _>wed above forty members in attendance. to. E. L. Belden was chosen Moderator, I Rev. John Steele, Temporary Clerk. h i»_yft important matter before Synod B reference to Bowen Collegiate Instiie, a flourishing Academy, at Hopkinton, _sut forty miles from Dubuque. The «kholders of this Institution offered it jSynod, with the provision that they puld maintain an academical school of a same grade as the present one there. bod, after lengthy discussion, replied, _Imposing to accept the supervision of the _jiool, elect Trustees therefor , and give it 3 influence of our Church, but not to bejpo a property-holder in it, or liable for _fr pecuniary obligations on its account. ie _times would not warrant farther action present. Judge Clark and Dr. Waters ling; to report...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

• mov the Presbyterian Banner. i; Presbytery of Newton. Mhe Presbytery of Kewton held its sesiis in the church of Hope, N. J., cominciug on Tuesday, October 1st. Rev. f. H. Kirk was chosen Moderator, and p v. G. S. Mofct , Temporary Clerk. [Rev. J. R. Harbaugh was dismissed from jjB pastoral charge of the church of Hackfcstown, in order to enter upon the pasof the pate _Sisth church in Philadelphia_, iRev. Henry Rinker was received from le Presbytery of Luzerne , and Mr. Jos. \ Vaudyke, a licentiate of the Presbytery f _Elizabethtown , who accepts ft call to the bur eh of Bloomsbury. Presbytery fixed Is ordination for Thursday, the 10th inst., I that place. The following resolutions were adopted _p Presbytery, in view of our national ¦oubles, viz.: ¦ _, * ' Iccsolved, That our earnest sympathies, Bayers, and efforts, are with the constitutional authorities of our Government, and _Ihall so continue, until its legitimate powers tre fully asserted over every part of our and. ¦¦ R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

WM.H.KIRKPATRICK; JOHN V. KJiUSFATRlUtt., • Late of the firm of Kirk- tote wijth Gillespie, Zellei patrick & Metzgar. & Co., Philadelphia. «|^M. H_^ KIRKPA*l_*RriDB: & CO., Wh.olesa.le G-tocers, . FOMWARDfflG AND COMMISSION _UERO..ANTS, ¦ - _AITO _DEAtBRS IN PITTSBURGH MANTOACy&RED ARTICKES. No. 299 Liberty St., opposite bead of Smitbficld, PITTSBURGH, PA. Particular attention paid to the sale of Country Produce. ap&-ly _g A R T H O t F ;* S SEWING MACHINES. _Tlie JBest iii Use. A NEW STYLE, ONLY $S5.00, Making the _Shotiib, or Lock _StwW, which is approved for all kinds of work, and for very many varieties is the only o_* missable stitch. ' v , ¦ . ., ¦ " _. A new supply of Both Family and MaBufactunngSlacnnxea inst received. fl»- AGENTS WANTED. Send for Circalai-and Terms. Address HENEY M. EHOAPS, Agent, ; miirlft.lv ' F_««_1««il _Strwt Allegheny City 8. BISSBM,. « •• ' *' "¦ _"_^a*_"" B ISSEL & CO., _MAJSTJf AOTURBRS OF COOKIN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

' ftttttarg. _< [Announcements, Gratis; Additional Bemakks, Fits Cents a Line, Nine Words being a Like.} DIED—At his residence, near Canonsburg, on the 6th of September, of consumption_^ AND. MOOBE, Esq., in his 46th year. DIED—On Sabbath evening, Jline 30th, Miss ELLEN Mc-CXILLQTJGH, of Mercer, Pa., aged 2T years. B1 . ' DIED—At _SCarentum, Pa.. August 2M,_1801, Mr.LEONABD, WINEMAN, of diptheria_, in the 3s th year of his age. The deceased was a most esteemed and exemplary member of the church oWParentum for twenty years, and for eighteen years.a Sabbath School teacher. He was universally esteemed for Me integrity, his generous spirit, araent piety, and godly example. His death was a great triumph. The adversary in his last hours tried all ni3 power-to awak«n a doubt in his mind; and while struggling with the temptation,1 he asked to be turned upon his face, as near the posture of prayer as his dying condition . would admit, and pouring put his whole sonl in prayer, for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

,• yor the Presbyterian Banner. I _Presbytery of Northumberland. lit a meeting of the Presbytery of Koraberlund, on Oct. 2d, 186J., _Jhe_, follow-[_reaolufcicm was passed: ¦ ; feao/ccd, That this Presbytery heartily love of the action of the General Asply on the State of the country and fcUnion, and they do hereby endorse and rovo of the . second _resolution _4>f .. the ority report, as adopted by " the Asslm ffhe yeas and nays are as follows: Teas Ministers, J. Ef. Grier, J). M. Barber, J. tWatson, DJ)., J. P. Hudson, I. Grier, P., P. B. Marr, J. Stevens,, J. N. Boyd, IS. Diekson, D.D., H.L. Doolittle, Wm. Fe, J. D. Reardon, L. Wes . tcote, C. H. jrk, J. M. Salmon, R. C. Bryson, A. D. _Iwn. Elders—A. Gr. Voris/Wm. Stadia, Wm. B. Bryson, James MeCreight_, I_^J. Morris, Jas. Russel, Robt. Laird, p. Echman, G. A. Kramer, Wm. Mcfcker, James Rankin, M.D., M. C. Grier, |m. Tulkerson, James MeMahan. Mays Ministers, J. _^_esbifc, C. J. Collins. El p, J. G. Piper, M.D. _p!he fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

All Important Paper from the Delaware Mation, The St. Louis Democrat publishes an important address signed by the Chiefs of the Delaware Nation of Indians, and addressed to' all the other Indian tribes, declaring for the Union. The paper reads as follows: ¦ „ ?''Delaware Nation, State of Kansas, Sept. 24th, 1861.—Anderson Sarkoxie, Head Chief of the Delawares, in the State of Kansas, and Ne-conhe-quin',' Second Chief, _^nd. John ConnerThird Chief , send to their grand children of other nations their friendship, arid'ask of them not to quarrel and shed blood about the condition of the country. Let none of, the tribes war against the Union, and the Great Father who is at the head of the Government, but let all of them stand by the Union. If there should be any division in any nation, and any part of a tribe attempt, to assail and war against the others, because they are for the preservation of the Union, then we, the Chiefs of the Delawares, promise and obligate ourselves, to lend...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

On Tuesday, September 19th, by Bev. Q' . M. Spargrove, Mr. Joseph Woods to Miss Rachel Martin, alj of Allegheny County, Pa. September 12th, by Bev. J. P. Fulton, Mr. _Johs Wambbs, of Derry Township., to Miss _Sdsasita. Hoenkb, of Ligonier Tp., Weattnoreland County, Pa. September 18th, Mr. Samuei, S. Mooehead, of Ligonier Yallpy_, to Miss Tiolbt _Guthkie, of Perry Tp;, Westmoreland County, Pa. By Bev. S. C. Jennings, on the 17th nlt _^ Mr. Thomas J. Robb to 5ti88 Eleanor _Yeazet, of Beaver County. On the 24th ult., Mr. David H. CBEraaios to Miss Missooei Tandbvobs, of Allegheny County. • By Bev. W. Morris Grimes, at his residence, M'Connellsvilie, Ohio, May 30th, Mr. E. M. BaojfN to Miss M. H. Lithe. all of Perry County, Ohio. July 4th, at the residence of M. Seaman, Esq., M'Oonnellsvillo, Ohio. Mr. W. A. M'Coxkbm. to Miss Cabomxjs Thomas, At the "PostHouen ," Juiy " 23d, Jambs Watson, Esq.* to Miss Victokia A. Laweence, all of Bristol, O. At the •' Post House," September 12th, Mr....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

UPRISING OF A GREAT PEOPLE _OHIELES SGEIBHEE, NO. 124 GRAND " STREET, NEW-YORK: . Will publish in a few flays THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK The Uprising of a Great People. THE UNITED STATE? IN 1861. By Count de Gasparin._K Translkted 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 which runs tatent through it (breaking at times into an eloquence which fairly burns)—-takes its power from the weight of his facts and the force of his logic. There is in his treatment of the question, a wise moderation that'earries with it convincing: torce." TheNew-York Emtning Post says: "It is *he wisest book which ha« been written upon America since Dc Tocqueville. * * * Remarkable /or its intelligence, its insight, its logic, and its nobleness of purpose." From the New-York Tribune: "The author thinks that we are rising, awakening, coming to ourselves, asserting our right i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

_: Missouri. Things look somewhat brighter in Missouri, than they did last week. Price found, under the movements of Fremont's forces, that Lexington was untenable. He left it seemingly intending to attack the wing of Fremont's army, at Sedaliw and Georgetown, under Generals Siegel and Davis. This purpose has not been executed, and the indications are that he is trying to, get South without a battle. This, Gen. Fremont will prevent, if practicable. The retirement of Price from the neighborhood of the river will enable Pope and Prentiss, speedily we hope, to clear Secession out of North Missouri, _«nd then to join Fremont in pursuing the enemy South. The unhappy difficulty between. Gen. Fremont and Col. Frank P. Blair, isv still unsettled. Col. Blair is the mover in the case. We regret the position he has taken, and the time he has chosen. Our confidence in Gen. Fremont is great, but we profess not to judge between rivals, so far distant from ¦ us, till facts shall be more fully ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

A _TTEJJTIOJT COMPANY !-V0jLUN-¦_fj"? TEElla who expect to retain their health unimpaired du ling the campaign, must see to it themselves; _tio not trust to the Army Surgeons, supply yourselves with _HOLLOW At'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Kvery English Soldier's Knapsack contains _thelu. Only 25 cts. per box or put. ocl2-lt ' ¦ .¦mi WriTHMRSPOON INSTITUTE, BUTLER, PA. The next Session will begin October 29th, and continue twenty-one weeks. For Catalogue, ' address tictl2-3t* _ ¦llEV - J - s - BOYD, Principal. BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS, RY THE AMEMCAN TKAC1' _dOCIKTr, And sold at KKNTOBi'Si 20 St; Clair Street, Pittsburgh : THE SOLDIER'S POCKET _LIBRARX, 25 vols., in a case, $2.00. • : THE SOLDIER'S CAMP LIBRARY, 25 vols., in a case, $3.00. _. ¦ _" _' ¦ •' • CROMWELL'S SOLDIEB'S POCKET BIBLE, in cloth, neat. 6 cents each; or S5.00 per hundred. PACKET OF TRACTS FOR SOLDIERS, in English, 25 cts. PACKET OF TRACTS FOR SOLDIERS, in German, 25 _cts. * Also, cheap Bibles and Testaments, English and G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

B DGEH1LL SCHOOL, PRINC ETON , N. J.. A Howie For Boys, Pupils prepared thoroughly for College "f for business. The school premises contain thirteen acres, providing amply for. lawn, playground, and garden. • / ; _: TERMS—$125 per Session. For Circulars address BEV. J. P. HUGHES, aua2_Wm " Principal. BLliSVIIiLE ^|^ INSTITUTE, An _Acaciemy for young men preparing for College, commercial pursuits.'or teaching; and a Seminary fot young ladies—affording all the advantages of a. school ojf Vie first class. The course of study embraces Languages, Ancient and Modern, Literature, Science, and Piano Music. Expenses, $D5 per Session, or $100 per Academical year. The next Session opens September 11th, 1861, and continues fourteen weeks. Pupils received at any time during the year. For further information_^ apply for Circulars or Catalogues to the Principal, REV. W. W. LAVERTY, an6-tf _Wellsvilie. Ohio. _SPRING STYLES FOR Grentlemeii's Garmeiits, In great, variety; embracing in part, a l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

Important from Kentucky. : _FeankfoRt, Sept. SO.—The Governor sent in. his veto of the Military Bill to-day, assigning, as his reasonthat it was unconstitutionalbecause it limited his power as commander-in-chief of the Kentucky forces. The bill passed, his objections' to the contrary notwithstanding. A supplemental bill was also passed, transferring the State troops to be raised, to the U. S-. Government. Pay and subsistence will be furnished by the Government. A resolution was adopted requesting the Governor to inform the Legislature of the.conduct and whereabouts of his Secretary, T. B. Monroe, and one requesting Senators Breckenridge and Powell to resign their seats in the United States Senate. A bill passed the Senate, and is before the House, outlawing Kentuckians who invade their State as soldiers. . .. . _- LotrisyiE&BOct. 7.—Humphrey Marshall has escaped into the Southern Confederacy: The Journal will to-morrow state, that Gen. W. T. Sherman will supersede Gen. A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

g £MOT AL. ' : . ... BOARD OF 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, take pleasure in inviting your attention to the annexed Catalogue of Books comprised in their stock, and hope for a continuance of your _patronage. • • JOHN CULBBRTSON, Librarian. V. G. BAILEY, Treasurer. _Pittsburgh, Anril 1,1861. LIST OF POBMCATIOSS Constantly on hand and for Sale at the Book Rooms of the Board of Golportaye,M.bl Hand St., Pittsb'h : All the issues of our own, viz.: *he Presbyterian Board of Publication as soon as they come from the " Press. Also, a good selection from R. Carter & Brother; Appleton & Co.; Lippencott & Co.; Scribner; Nelson & Sons; Sheldon & Co.; Martien; Gould & Lincoln; American Tract Society;. American S. S. Union; _Slassachusetts S. S. Society. Particular attention paid to filling orders for Sunday School Libraries. A ful...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

J_» _EADIBTG FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Camp Library. Til AMIRiCAN TBAGT SOCIETY, 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Library, consisting Of TWENTYFIVE VOLUMES, 18mo., inclosed in a box, at the low price of $3.00: among which are'f Q-eneral H»velock," "C»pt. _Hedlejr Vicars," "Capt. Hammond," "The Blue Flag," " Y<-ung Man from Home." Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tracts, at $2.00, are pu t up to accompany the Library, when desired. ' THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumes, in flexible covers, containing the Soldier's TexV-book, Soldier's Hymns-, The Soldiers and Jesus, Story of Lncknow, and other appropriate works. $2.00... , - The* _^ American ' Tract Society has 'furnished gratuitously many _hundreds, of thousands of pages of Tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvania, as well »a others. The friends oi thu soldiers are availing themselves of the opportunity of putting into their hands these most valuable books. And there are not a few _' ii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 12 October 1861

_Blankets Wasted for our Soldiers. The Quartermaster-General has issued the following appeal; .... ' . ' . '¦ ., ' . "¦'¦' , .. '" , ... _' . ,.; -.., ' •.. , ¦ • 1 The troops in the field need blankets. The supply in the country is exhausted. Men spring to arms faster than the mills can manufacture, and large quantities ordered from abroad have not yet arrived. To relieve pressing necessities, contributions are invited from the surplus stores of families. The regulation army blanket weighs five pounds; but good, sound woolen blankets weighing not less than four pounds will be gladly received at the office of the United States Quartermasters in the principal towns of the loyal States, and applied to the use of the troops. To such as have blankets which they can spare but cannot affbrdUo give, the full market value of suitable blankets, delivered as above, will be paid. _' . M. G:Meigs * _; Quartermaster-General United States." New-York, Oct. 1,1861.

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