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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

JJABLTUPEE > CO., ' . , . . _, . Cobnee op Fibsi and Shori Streets, _PmsBUEGH, Pa, ' Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Machinery, and Castings. Also, of STILLS, TANKS, and all other apparatus for reliningOila. oct_!9-ly THE TWENTY-FIRST SESSION OF GLADE RUN ACADEMY \ will open November 12th. Rev. J. M. JONES will take charge early in the Winter. ' - ' For further particulars address • " ¦. ¦¦ _> oet_!9-3tf - BEY. Q. W. MECgLIN, Dayton, Pa. "O E M ' O T _. A JL.. __- .: , ._•-.., DB,. J. R. SPEER Has _Rbmovbd His _Ofhce to . ¦ • ¦ 10. 19 6 FINN STREET, Jfmr8t.:iOlair'HoteI. Particular attention paid to Diseases of the Eye. ' octl_^_St* '¦• ¦: ¦ ' _; :- ¦' ¦ ' ' ' ' ¦ ¦¦¦ _-}' ' - ' ¦¦ ¦,¦ ¦ - DIARRH EA AND DYSENTERY will decimate the Volunteers tar more than the Bullets of the enemy, therefore let every nmn._aee to it that he carries with Mm a full supply ol HOLLOW AY'S _PtLLS. Their use in India and the Crimea saved thousands of British Soldiers. Only 26 cts. per box...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

'3_PJHCJE ' . ' . _, .. . - A -,. _'.'.• WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Published at PITTSBURGH, 3?_JfiL., , i 1 nA THIS IS A ' ' '' . LAEGE EEMGI0US 3_SEWSPAHB • PRINTED ON _i ' . ' » EXCELLENT PAPER; AND IN ' • S U _PE RIOR STY-LE IT CONTAINS _XdLitoi*i_»l» > ' on all the leading topics of the dayi both Religious and Secalar. All the various subjects that present themselves for _wnsideration . . and that are " worthy the attention of intelligent and Christian people, are discussed ' from the Christian stand-point , and in the " comprehensive spirit ' of Christian _sharity and enlarged benevolence., ¦ ¦ ' .- -, • • • From the beginning of-our pr-esent National _troables, thli paper, while allying itaelf_. with no political party, has taken high and fearless ground in favor of the Constitution and the regularly ordained Government, and of, tho preservation of the integrity of th& Union. Its _ntteiances have been finr »nd decided, and they will continue to W Bucb. _nnti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

Jamp fto European news_^has arrived to the 4th inst GREAT BRITAIN. s On the evening of thft 26th ultimo, a special religions service was held at the Islington Presbyterian church, in Liverpool, as a mark of sympaihy with the National humilation appointed to be observed in America on that day. The Rev. Dr. White conducted the service. He regarded _tae American war in the light of a correction from God to improve, and not as " a judgment to destroy. The cause of the war he believed to be the curse of Slavery; and..he argued that the war would be the de • _thyblow of Slavery. Mr. George Francis Train writes to the Liverpool Post, urging the'immediate imposition of an export duty on cotton, as a means of staving off the difficulties that will arise from the approaching short supply. , , , , ;t . : -: . -.-,. The diminution in shipments to the, United States during August, was equal to £1,01)6 ,000 sterling. ' The "appointment of Lord Clarendon as Ambassador Extraordinary to the'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

VARIETIES. !he Statesman, Breckinridge_'s home pin at Lexington, Kentucky, has susjj|ed publication. The editor is a violent psionist, but could find nobody in Ken-%j to subscribe for his paper. The loyal l despised i\ and the rebels had no ley to pay for it. llinois Central.—The Illinois Central lroad Company is about constructing, at Bhicago shops, five hundred additional p cars, which is a very good indication pie increase of its business. lie cost of building the new iron frigates, the British Admiralty, just authorized _Parliament ' , is #2,500,000 each. Apprort-ions were made for the construction Ive of these costly vessels. [he Chivalry.—Ifc is well known that peral Greene lost the battle of Guilford, fl781, by the cowardly retreat -of a bide of North Carolina militia, which Irned " six killed, three wounded, and ¦hundred and fifty-two missing." Gun. wenswho commanded a brigade of Vir-|ft militia in the same engagement, led forty riflemen in the rear, with or-6 to sho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

jMTTSRURGm A FIRST-CLASS CURE, In its sixth ' year.. Room for over one hundred patients. 4_S_9* Sond for Circular, to H. FREASE, M. D., ' niy5-ly Piftshnreh. _T_*a_. PITTSBURGHFEMA1_.E COLLEGE V ; THIRTEEN TEACHERS. Buildingsteachersand course of study, of the first class Superior facilities afforded in the Ornamental branches. Attendance last year, t>ao hundred and _thtrtrfrseven. Three terms per year. FORTY DOLLARS ppr 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, 1S62. Send to the President, Rev. I. C. PERSHING, A. M., for a catalogue. M.SIMPSON, angll-ly President of Board of Trustees. "UPRISING OF A GREAT PEOPLE CHARLES SCEIBNER, NO. 124 GRAND STREET, NEW-YOKK : Will publish in a few days THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK The Uprising of a Great People. THE UNITED STATES IN 1861, ' , By Count de Gasparin. Translated ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

©_ifearg_, [_Annooncements, Gratis ; Additional Remarks, _IRi _OESrrS A LtNE, NlNK WOEDS BEINO A. LIKE.] DIED—In Bedford, on the 23d ult.of inflamiriatory croup, EDWARD M., son of Hon. Francis and Maria Louisa _Jorfina, aged 6 years, 5 months, and 5 days. DIED—On Monday, the 23d ult., at tlie residence of Mr. John Scottin Bedford Connty, Pa., Mr. W. HAMILTON SCOTT, in the 44th year of his age. The _doceasod united with.the Presbyterian church of Bedford, a few months before his death. His views of the plan of salvation were remarkably clear, his trust in Christ calm and steadfast. He ' frequently expressed a desire to depart and be with Christ, but bore his sufferings -with' Christian submission, and waited patiently for his change; An intelligent man, an affectionate husband, a good citizen, an huaable Christian has entered into rest. " Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." . ' S. DIED—At Pine Grove Mills, Pa., Oetober 1st, of dysentery. SAL LI_« E., daughter of Mr. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

For the Presbyterian Banner. Keeping Step. A regiment of trained soldiers were marching through the street on their way to the.seat of war. <c How accurately they keep step to the music/' said one of the admiring bystanders. The soldie _. rs of Christ's army should " keep step " with one another. Nothingie more unseemly than an army in motion failing to keep step. And yet this failure is often seen in Christ's army. So far from keeping step and thus marching compactly toward the enemy, portions of the irmy sometimes seem to be marching in Jitferent directions, and sometimes there is evin skirmishing between them as though they were enemies. In order that Christ's soldiers may move in the same direction and keep step, they must understand their orders and know whither they are marching. Their orders are open to all. There are no sealed orders given to confidential officers. The orders are open -to the study of all, and every' soldier's duty is to be fully acquainted wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

WM. H. JECEKPATKICK,, ¦ _^OHN V. _KJUKPATKICK, ;Late o . f _tfier firm .of Boris*; late with .GHIespie, ZeUet _ipatrick _AVMetz_^ar. » " ' &' Co., Philadelphia. WM. H. KIRKPATRICK & CO., _li_^liplesaie G-i?ocers, FOMWjLBmntG _JXTD WMM _fSSIOlf MEMOk-ANTS , AKD UBAIERS Ilf _PITTSBUEGHhMAl_?OTACTUREI> AETICLB3. No. §99 * Liberty St., opposite bead of Smithficld, PITTSBURGHPA. pParticnlarattendon _paia to the sale of fJonntry _Prodoc* ' ,.«p9-lyj . • ,.. ¦;• .. . :¦¦ .- ' :; • ; . ¦ , U_' -A ;R- _- _- _~ T--H ' O_^ Ja _ F; _» S 00m&Q MA CHI _JT E S . - •¦=¦• ':; ¦; _TJb.e _": Bes1:;ii]u.IJ_^e. A NJW _;STYLE, ONLY $35.00, _leaking the _Sroi_^tB , or tdcK Stitch, * which is approved fo* all kinds of, work, and for very many varieties is the only adntissablittitch. . ..,., A new supply of both family and ManufecturingMachinea Jnatreceived. mt AGENTS WANTED. . ¦ . i_, . Send for Circular and-Tcrws. . Address ' HEJfRYM. EHOADS, Agent, - warlO-iy ' : _Wdpml...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

IW"OT ICE TO FRUtT-feROWERS •** ¦¦ ¦ " FOR'FALL OF 1861. ' Farmers and others i desirous of-planting FRUIT TREES this Fall, aro respectfully invited to, visit the SEWICKLEY NURSERIES of T. L. SHIELDS & CO., before ordering elsewjiere. The stock is yery largeof superior,'-strong,.finefprmed _treos, of the choicest varieties. APPLES—Baldwins, Kings, _Russetts, and Pippins, for ; . _Orchardu, for bale by the 1,000."- • ¦ •?¦ ¦ ' ¦ PEARS—Dwarfs and Standardsfor Gardens and Orchards, \ • • -for sale by the 1,000. PEACHES—-Lafge _extrafine, for Orchards, for sale by the i 1.000. GUAPE VINES—AH the new approved sorts at reduced ' --._;. ¦ . rates;;Concord Strong Vinesat £25.00 per r • . 100, and _^.50 per dozen ; Cbncorii «xj:ra. ,;._; ¦• -Strong Bearing,$35.00 per 100,and!$4.5O ; ¦ „ ¦ . ' .. perdozen; Delaware% 40 cts. _<?ach_^:_ind < ; ' ' ¦ - 84.50 per dozen; Diana, Rebeccit_^Uriiou ¦ i -.:,:.-, ¦ ¦ , :; Village, Anna. Tpkalonj &c. ¦ ¦ • _, ¦- -. ;•- STE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

I. Fitch, late United States Senator Indiana, is raising a regiment in that IQiZOt'_s new work, "The Church andtb_« Marian World in I860," has just been |lished iu England, by Bentley. She Will of the late British Lord Camp-1 was proved on the 25th ultimo. The Sonalty was sworn under £120,000. His iship possessed very considerable landed I personal property in England, Scotland 'Ireland, which, he has left entirely j>ng his large family of sons and daughk He bestows on his eldest son the |ial robes which His Lordship wore when ng the offices of Chief Justice and _dbord jh Chancellor, with thd insignia of *hofcy, and those of his high official dis-Ition. All these articles Lord Campbell icts to be retained as heirlooms. _laclisc, the celebrated English painter, Very nearly completed His striking ¦position of the Meeting of Wellington _HJlneher at La Belle Alliance, in which las called in, with success, the aid of a less different altogether from fresco ¦ting, and free ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

_inistcrs _snould not Enlist in the War. be papers report the case of a fighting >r of a Congregational church in 1111-, who conceived it his duty to quit the it for the field of battle—who has reid. authority to raise a company of infy, and who _proposes to enlist only rjmen. We think this demonstration tttriotism and valor is made on very grounds. For if he does not take the 'till he has induced a hundred other aters to join him, we think there is tprospect that he will ever fall in tattle. mad hoped that the Right Beverend [op and Major-General Polk, uniting _Imces of professed ambassador of Christ successor of the Apostles, with that of ienant of Mars, and those of his kin, Id have had a monopoly of these inoatible honors. We honor those Jminisiwho, in the spirit of Baxter, attach pelves to the army to do the work of Kelists in it. But when we hear of a _jgr abandoning the Word of God to |fthe sword, there is. something within pat prays that he may never enter the It ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENTS in all parks of the land ¦ The Compendium of ' Domestic and Foreign News _: is prepared with much care and labor. And just now _tha news in the daily papers is often so -uncertain and contra* dictory that tho weekly papers- can give by far the most reliable news for the public, since the opportunity for sifting and correction is allowed. Under the head of . the roost interesting incidents connected with individuals of note, whether dead or living, are ' published. • Aud under the head of ; YAEIETIES , are given the results of Science, T*a,ve! _* Discovery, Statistical Information. &c_~of most *alue to the public. While at the same time most valuable ' SELE _CTION S from books, magazines, and otber newspapers, are given fos the Christian, the parent, the man of literature and learning and for the children. ' 1 Nor are the • ., _^ _. _$y£k _rt_^fliIaeden _ipvrtfiAp forgotten; _bufmuch of! the, infonnationneeded for both U regolarly _preaeijt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

Rebel Report , . Fort Jackson, Oct. 12.-_*-Last night I attacked the blockaders with my little, fleet. I succeeded, after a short struggle, in driving them all aground on the South-west Pass bar, except the Preble, which I sunk. I captured a prize from them, and after they were fast in the sand I peppered them well. There were no casualties on our side. It was a complete success. HoiMNS. A Problem for the Scholars in the PuWk Schools of Allegheny_* _Connty, to solve. If eight hundred and seventy-one licensed venders of intoxicating liquor, in Allegheny County, pay $23,371 per annum, for the privilege of selling f 1,495,456 worth of liquors, how muck liquor will there be sold in the State; which, according to the Auditor-General's Report, _jwceived into the Sinking Fund, $479,681, from licenses; and how many venders will there be required to sell the amount ? '' ¦<•, Connecticut Legislature, ffAKTFORD, Conn., October 15.—The State Senate, by a vote of twelve yeas to six ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

JJ E M O V A-L_'. ' '- ; - ' BOABDOF ¦ €olpoi_*t»^e, * _» ~' - . OFTH1 Synods of Pittsburgh t and Allegheny _Having removed their Book Booms to RENSHAW'S NEW BUILDINGNo 57 Hand Streettwo 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 CULBERTSON, Librarian. F. G. BAILEY, Treasurer. Pittsburgh , April 1,1861. MS! OF P0BMOATIONS Constantly on hand and for Sale at the Booh Mooms of the Board of Qolportage, No. 57 Hand St., Pittsh'Jbi ¦ 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 & Brother ;Appleton,& 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 orders fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

Where will the Rebels Winter ?. There seems to be some anxiety among the rebels about Winter quarters. Where will they encamp, for safety, food, and warmth? Their army is illy adapted to a Northern residence, in tents and sheds. The question of food is also harrassing. It is pretty certain that their grand army cannot stay at Manassas. Ifc has . already consumed most of the produce of Virginia; and its connexions by rail with other States, are likely to be interrupted, if not cut off. ' The leaders had hoped if they could not reach Cincinnati, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New-York, they could at least have the graneries of Kentucky and Missouri. This hope is fast failing them.. Fremont is driving them from Missouri, with great rapidity; and their cause in Kentucky declines apace. But even if they give up Manassas, Kentucky, and Missouri, they may not still have their choice. Our army and navy are not to be idle in the Winter. Winter is our favorable season for aggressive operati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

fort Piekens. This place has, for a time been eclipsed, by Washington, Kentucky, and Missouri. But it begins to loom up. Some two weeks ago we were informed of a bold dash, by a few boats, from a vessel of the blockading squadron, upon the navy yard at Pensacola, where a large gun was spiked, and a privateer burned. Now we are told of a similar dash hy the rebels upon our men on Santa Rosa Island, a short distance from the Fort. A copy of the Norfolk Duy-Booh, of a late date contains dispatches from New-Orleans, giving an account of a surprise and attack'made on Ool. Billy Wilson's Zouaves, at Santa Rosa Island, an the 8th _insfc. ¦ ¦ Detachments from several Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama regiments, made a landingj in the night, and drove in Wilson's pickets, and shortly .afterwards, a fierce fight began. The Zouaves of Col. Wilson are credited with having fought with great bavery, and the rebels admit a loss of forty killed and about double that number, wounded. The rebel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

The Expedition South. Some weeks ago we had rumors numerous, of a naval expedition to the South, and many were, for a time, anxiously looking for tidings. But no expedition,. in force, " then sailed. Now, however, there are preparations almost completed. A parfof the vessels have already sailed, and others are soon to follow. 'A large number of the finest'steamboats of our commercial marine, have been chartered as transports. A few of our large vessels of war, and many of the smaller ones are _>in readiness. The strength of the expedition is not yet divulged. Several regiments have embarked at New-York, and as the fleet is to rendezvous at Annapolis, the fifteen thousand men recently sent there, are likely for that purpose. Conjectures put the land- force a,t twenty thousand, thirty thousand, and even fifty thousand. The first number is likely nearest the true limit ' . We are decidedly in favor of employing a force fully adequate to do the_. work required. It is| economi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

Missouri. No great battle has been fought in this State, lately. Price retires loo rapidly to be overtaken fay our army. Several small engagements are reported, all with loss to the rebels. The State is likely to be cleared of the foe shortly, except it be their guerrilla parties. These may be troublesome for a while, unless punishment shall be sternly inflicted upon marauders. Secretary Cameron and Adjutant-General Thomas have visited Gen. Freemont, and reports speak favorably. St. Joseph, Oct. 15.—Eighty of Maj. James' cavalry, at Cameron, on Saturday, came upon 250 or 300 rebels, in a corn field, twenty miles South of Cameron, in Bay County. The advance guard of nine routed them, they seeking refuge in the timber. Our guard was reinforced by thirty, when they completely drove them from that section, killing eight and taking five prison_' _ers. Four Federals were wounded and one killed. Our cavalry were at first fired on by seventy-five men. One Lieutenant has thirty-two bulle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

CfliratetM Pittsburgh Market. , ., WEDNESDAY _^ October16,1861. APPLES—f2r.25 _$ Wbl. ;¦'¦ ' " ' . "" ¦ ASHES—Soda; _AaK 8@3><fc. ; Pots, 4@4_Vc.; Pearls, _S_^c.-The stock iu Ant bands .. is ample for all ordinary _unvjKwea.-- • ' I - • ; ¦ • ' * '¦' • BKANSr-Prime White, 1.25@1.40 per _bnshol. BROOMS—Common$1.60; fancy, 2.00@2.26. BTJTTEEr-Clioice Boll, ISc._'.filb. ; CHKESE—Western Reserve, 6_%c. Hamburg, 8J<C@_6c. E8GSL -9o.per dozeu. FtutJBr—Extra, $4.5O@4.80; Extra Family, $5.00; Fancy, *5. ' 5O. GROCERIES—<3offee>: Good Bia, 16@16J_£c. Sagar, 9, _S_^f&lQc _MoltuiseB, 50c. HAY—$8.00@9.00 ft ton, at scales. HIDES AND LEATHER—Green beef hides, 6@6_%c; green salted hides. 6J_^@6c; _dryv flint, 12c. Rough country leather is dull at20(c&22c. Dressed leather is quoted as follows: Red Spanish Sole _fi Jb,, 21@24c. Slaughter Sole $ Q> _^ 26@28c; Upper Leather, _fi dozen, $24@33; Bridle Leather _$ do_«on,$10@45-, Skirting L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 19 October 1861

_Jg, EADING FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Camp _Iuibrary. TIB i 11RIC AN -T B AGf S 0 C11 f I, 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has 'just issued a beautiful Librarj r _consfsting of TWENTYFIVE VOLUMES, 18mo., inclosed in a box, at;tbe low price of $3.00; among which are "General Havelock,_'.' ,"Capt. Hedley Vicars," "Capt. Hammond," "The Blue Flag," " Young 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 coverscontaining the Soldier's Text-book,.. Soldier's'Hymns,' The ' Soldiers -and Jesus, Story of Lucknow, and other appropriate works. 52.00. ' ¦ , ¦- ' "'" ' " The American Tract Society has furnished gratuitously many hundreds of thousands of pages of Tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvaniaas well as others. -The friends of the soldiers are availing themselves of the opportunity of putting into their hands these most valuable books. And there are no...

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