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

_YERMILLlpSf INSTITUTE There have been three hundred and sixty-eight students in 3 attendance during the present yearan _increase of about seventy since last year. Tue next Session is to open on tlie 28tb. of October. To young men, for $75.00 will be furnished Tuition iaall the uraaches, including the Modern Languages, usually taught in the higher Seminaries; boardroom-rent, room furnished with bedstead, chairs, tablestove and fuel for two SessiouR ol five months each. Or for $42.50, nil the above items furnished for the Winter Session of five months. . Female Department. Ancwcdificohas just been erected for this Department, with accomraodatio'ha for sixty pupils. The Principal, with his 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 in ' the family of tho Principal, all furnished for $85.00for two Sessi...

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

Hartupee & Co. We call the attention of our _rea ders to the advertisement of this enterprising ' firm; and copy the annexed extract from a letter in Monday's Gazette, dated Saint Louis, Oct. 9, 1861, stating at the same time, that the machinery referred to was built by Hartupee & Co.: The four gun-boats built here are approaching completion, but will not be ready to launch until November 1st. The boilers and engines made for two of them in Pittsburgh have arrived, with the Pittsburgh mechanics to put them up, and their superiority to the machinery made here is apparent at the first glance. The Government made a great mistake in not- building these boats at Pittsburgh. They would have been finished sooner than they will be here, and the job would have been much better done.

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

Western _Virginia , Rosecrans is safe. The rebels have been strengthened bo that he cannot r advance; but more troops are ordered to his division. — . mm ¦ letttueky. Zollicoffer has retired to Cumberland Gap. Buckner has made no advance. Paducah is safe. The people are arming in defence,, and troops from Indiana and Ohio still pour in. We look for decisive action.

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

PRESBITEKIAL NOTICES The PRESBYTERY OF _ALLEGHENY will meet at Centre, on the last Tuesday of October, at 11 o'clock A. M. J. It. COULTER, Stated Clerk. The PRE8BYTEBY OF BLAIRSVIM.E will meet, according to adjournment, at New Alexandriaon the First Tuesday of November, at lOJij o'clock A. M., for the _purpose of ordaining Mr. 'J. 1 .I". Wallace aa a Foreign Missionary. By a resolution of Presbytery, the next regular meeting in January has been dispensed with. JAMES DAVIS, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF ALLEGHENY CITY Btands adjourned to meet in the Mret Presbyterian church, of Allegheny City, on Monday, October 21st, at 2 o'clock P. M. ...;.... WM. ANNAN, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY Of ERIE will meet at Warren, Pa., on the Second Tuesday of November, at 1 X A o'clock P. M. S. J.M. EATON, Stated Clerk.

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

P. ¦ _- ¦? \. ' . : _JitTt ' nt September 19th,;in sWaynesburg.Ohioby Rev. T. T. Mitligan, Mr. _Wiltjam J. _Waisox, of Oneida, O-, to Miss _Hsugir A. Boegel. of ths former place. October 8th, at the residence of Wm. D. Robertson, near _Waynesburg, Mr. _Josjah 7. Guinea, of Carroll Connty, to Miss Sarah a. Robertson. By Rev. J ' . C. Burr, at Maiden, 111., on Thursday, September 19th, Mr. Isaac Booth to Miss Susanna Booth. At Arlington, 111., on _TtiPSday, October 8th, Mr. Andesw Winibrs to Mrs. Nancy Iitwiw. ¦ . , ., September 5th, by_, Eev. J. M. Jones, Mr. W. C. _IiOGAif, of Walcott, to Mien Sarah Ellen Keeyer, of Davenport, Iowa. October 2d, Mr. A. Minier, of Scott County, to _Mibs M. J. Smyth, of Miiscatine Gounty, Iowa. , i < ¦¦ ' ¦¦ ¦ • ;

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

;. _, _<3P_0E3WlMC«_S ' * % This paper is famished to Clubs'of Twenfyor more at tn« lowrato of $1.25 per annum; with,an additional" copy to tho person getting np the Clnb. TolClnbs of Tenou-ibom_, at $1.25. To "Single Subscribers at $1.56, when sent by MalQLV To Single Subaoribers in-Pittehurgh :or Allegheny supplied by the Carrier, at $2.00. " ' ' Address ,.*_%.,\-:. , ' ¦ . ¦' * ;. ;¦¦-:..•• •• . - . ¦ ¦ ' ,. ' . ,• I>AVII> M'KINNEY & GO., : / V ; PRESBYTERIAN BANNER, ¦ . ' ; __ ¦;.. ' . /\\ '"' ' . ?|lTTSBURQH, PA.

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

BL A IRS TIL L E FEMALE SEMI' ; . - _, . NARY. \ •.:--..;¦ W Home For Ydung Ladies. Rev. SM. SHEPLEY, A.M.and Mrs: SHEPLEY.-Principals/aided by a full corps of Teachers. Accommodations for Sixty * Boarding Scholars. " The ordinary bill for' Board; and Tuition in the regular cour«e and-Latin, is $60.00 per Session of five 'months. • Ample facilities for the; Ornamental Branches, and tor the Modern Languages. Catalogues sent by mail, on application. The next Session—Nineteenth under the present Principals—will _conmxwnce November 4th. _sep_!4-2m . . ;¦ S.H.SHBI'LEY, Proprietor.

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

- r From the Central Christian Herald. : letter fi_$m China. Social Life Amon& the Chinese, IIitrSTKATlD BY A B.EFER1NCE TO ClJSTOMS _ElLAMNcl_. TO _BeOQAES AT FUH Chatj. "' , / ¦' Native _beggars are very numerous at Fuh Chau. They are of all ages and both sexes, blind, maimed or leprous. Some are enfeebled by yice or by sickness, others are in good bodily condition. Some doubtless follow begging i& a profession, partly because they are _^o indolent "to labor, and partly because thly can make more money by begging ithan by working; others are incapacitated from*physical exertion by old age or disease; The blind sometimes pass through the streets, to ana * from the place wibere they sleep, in single file, by companies, Jed by onewhocan see. The first one of the blind i beggars places one hand on the 5 shoulder of the leader, the second one places a hand on the shoulder of the preceding, and .so on through the whole company, thus inarching along. Sometimes the...

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

P* _Y..T. ftffmfrtfi>frif_£ Bow Old Hiakory Imprisoned tlie Judge. The following historical reminiscence is taken from the New-York Ledger. It will be read with particular interest j ust now.- . :..'' ' " ; . ' . . ' -,- I*1 .-.. - ' .V,_^' ' . '¦ ¦> _' > Soon after ; General' ' Jaeksori_*arrived in New Orleans, in the latter'part of the year 1814, he placed that city, and the whole district within his lines, _un&erimartiBl law. This was con_' sidered a wise, and even a necessary precaution, and was zealously _su bmitted to by the patriotic portion of the population. After the great battle of the 8th of January, 1815, in which the British were so totally routed, the malcon tents in s the city began to murmur at the _maintenance of the martial law, declaring that as th! e 'British had fled, and there was no danger from any foe, the continuance of the military rSgime was down-right" tyranny. Old Hickory paid no attention to these murmurs, but ;went...

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

_JTOHM A. _REJTSHAW, laMjly Grocer and Tea Dealer, Takes _pleasure in announcing to his, friends and custom that he has recently removed to the new and spacious w house, .-;;_, .. _. Corner of Liborty and Hand Streets, (A few doors above his old stand,) And having largely Increased his stock by recent. pnrch now offers to the public the most extensive ' and' complete Bortment to be found in this city, of j _: CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, _foreign and Domestic. Fruits, Teas, Spices, Pickles and Sauces, Preserved Fruits in great varietyKsh. Hams, Dried Beef,£c, besides an assortment of Domestic Housekeeping articles; thus constituting a Housekeeper's Emporium, where most all articles that are useful or necessary for the Family all may be purchased at reasonable prices. ' , J_^- WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL -=©» Catalogues containing an extended list of my steck fur nished by mail, if desired. JOHN A. BENSHAW ap7-ly _Corl Liberty and Hand 'Sts.,PittBbT_»rEh. _JD O O F I K G . WILLIAM JOHNSON, ...

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

ii _np BHEY GO RIGHT TO t_«_E spor.»» INS_'TAflT RELIEF STOP . YOXJB-. - /COTTG-H PU_^_TT TQtpt _JISBMATK sf _msTMU "Ydm vicii ' _msm^^m-mBiOB_^m_^m CONFECTIONS 1 ARB GOOB FOE' CLERGYMEN, GOOD FOR LECTURERS, GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS GOOD FOR SINGERS, . GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES _iGESEDIiEMEN CA&R¥ SRALJi>iasre_^B mm mmmm * LADEES ABB DELIGHTED WITH ifmpm emmmm _CHILDKEN CRY F_0B SPALBING'S * . T-HflMT _CCWFEGTIONS _TJiey _^TeMev_* a Cough instantly. They_^elear the Throat. They give strength and volume to the voice. They impart a delicious aroma to the breath. They are delightful to the taste. They are made of simple-herbs-and cannot harm anyone. ladvi_^_everrW_^ho ta_^a Oonghj-ot a Htu*, Voice, or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat, to _ge a package of my Throat Confections; they, _^_rfll relieve yon instantly,andyou._^llagreeirffh me tbit «iLT g0 right tothespot. " Yon _^fllfladttaa TCry _hnW and pleasant _^_hile _tra velUng -or at...

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

Angel Carrie. - u Have I lost my story, ma ?" said little Sumner, as he bounded into his mother's room, at the call of the bell. His earnest gaze was fixed on his mother's face, as she silently looked into the eyes of her boy. " Yes, mother," he said at length, well.,understanding that searching look, which really did mean to inquire if he had been a good boy all day, obeyed his mother, and came very quick when the little bell called him from bis play to prepare for bed. "Yes, mother, I shall have a story now, because you promised it when I was good." 11 Well, then," said the mother, " I have a true story about a sweet little'girl who is now an angel. She learned to sing as soon as she could talk, and always seemed very happy in singing the hymn,' I want to be an angel / and many other pretty songs. Her father and mother were deaf and dumb, yet the children, five in number, could hear and talk. They at first learned their mothers silent hand-language, and afterward to talk a...

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

Jar Ik_, _little _Jrtttg Prndy in Danger. Prudy was always elimbing and jumping, _likfe a squirrel; an '_cl'when people saw her on fences and gates, they would sometimes say, ' . ''How do you do, my fine little fellow ?" This hurt Prndy's feelings very much. *' Oh, mamma/' " _sh:ei.w.bulel_^s£iy, " me and Susy, _^ w. as just a playing out here, and Miss _Smif called me a boy. She's the naughtiest lady I ever see." Mamma would kiss her and say, " Never mind, dear." •** Why, mammarshe_^.di._dnft; know I was jour darling, did she ? Won 't you tell her how I make you so happy? Tell her how I get up in the morning and put every single clothes on me. If you did n't have me aad Susy, how would you feel I" Now Susy was six years did and more. Prudy *aid _j, •" H _^ riname _.is _^_usyj and her middle name is sister Susy, and she takes care of me." • Yes, Susy took care of her little sister, when she could think of it. You shall see whether she ever forgot to do this, before my story ...

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

Prinee Napoleon and; tie Old Soldier. iiast; evening tnere occurred one of those rare incidents in the progress of Prince Napoleon's tour through the United States, which will not soon be forgotten; by< our illustrious visitor, albeit the tender recollec-, tions thereof may not be- of long duration with one of the parties interested _^ whose gray hairs will ere long be moistened, by the clammy dews of death. Lorenz Harte_, a relic of the Grand Army of the First Napoleon, now an inmate of the Cook County Poor-Honse, had an interview with Prince Napoleon. County Agent Hansen, learning the wish of the old soldier, kindly conveyed him to the Tremont. His card was sent to . the Prince's apartments/and the old man/bowed down with the weight "of eighty years, was ushered into the august presence. The Prince arose to receive his remarkable guest. There they stood for a moment looking each other in the face—-the second heir to the French Crown, and the scarred and bronzed vete...

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

. . ]§_0_®_$ } • * _* -Burttl _IiUiW.«iiii ' *¦ _p " And He buried him in the land of Moab, over against Beth-poor $ but no man knoweth of Ms sepulchre unto this day. 1?i— Detjt. _xxiv : 6. t)n NeWs lonely mountain, _, Oja ihik-Side Jdw&n'siwaye, - .; " " \_-_> _ka a tale of the land of Moab, There lies, a lonely gram; __. and no man* dug the sepulchre, And no man saw it e'er—i3_$r_4h« aBg§. ls.af'>, ( |sd _^ptu rned: the ; sod, *"" AncilaJ iS"the dead _' man there. That was the _grandest, funeral That ew n_^ed on earth ; , ., , But>no man saw-toe tramping, » ?; Or saw the train go forth. _Noiielessly as the daylight 'Comes when the night is done, And the crimson streak on ocean's cheek Grow'a into the_( great,sun. _rJ_^iSeJe||l_^a| i the _Sfijigg_^iaie ' Her crown of verdure Veaves, * And all the trees on all the hills • Open t_|ejtr,tho,us_^nd leaTef,; .s So, with'dulfsouhd of inuriK?,' " * Or voice of then* that/wept, Silently down from the mo...

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

Saving for Uld Age. No one denies that it is wise to make a provision for did age, but we are not all agreed _^ as to the kind of provision it is best _^o lay in. Certainly, we shall want a little money, for. a destitute old man is indeed a sorry sight, and suggests to every one the suspicion that Ms life has been foolishly if not wickedly.spent. Yes, save money, by all means. But an old man needs just that particular kind of strength wMch young men, are, most apt to waste. Many a foolish young fellow will throw away on a holiday a certain amount of nervous energywhich , he _$m never feel the want of until he is seventy, and then , how much will he want it Sr ItiSfCurious, but true, that a bottle of champagne at twenty may intensify the rheumatism at threescore. It is a factj that overtasking the eyes at fourteen may-necessitate the aid of spectacles at forty, ' instead of eighty/ :_W_©_. advise our. young read ers_^ saving of health for their old age, for the maxim holds good w...

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

Families of Flowers, a Mother!—mother I can't I have some flowers?" "Yes, my dear, a whole family of them if .you wish." The two children gazed at each other a moment in mute astonishment , and then laugheel boisterousl y, the elder exclaiming, 'JJJenny,; what does site mean?" " Pon't know , I'm sure j lot's go and ask her." * j .. " ¦ ;:...;;: ' ¦ , ¦ . • " ' •: . I _ long _' siairs_, jin,til/ they came to a window where their mother was sitting, expecting _Aei _yag_^inauu-y, _, __ -_^.r:,--. - '_^What-aid _yoU mean mother ? " , " Well, my dears, you' , may get an Aster , in the first glace—-one of each color—they are brothers 1 and sisters. Then you niay get one of each variety of Dahlias—they are cousins of the Asters. _IJow, can you think of any more flowers that must belong _ffco this famil y-—that looks like, them, and have thick heads?" "I guess Marigold, mother/' said-Jenny. "And I guess: Coreqp$isi-m& Daisies are thick-headed; _^ they are fso> little/' sa...

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

nn e a TEA!! T E _^ I ! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J_"_. _F_. "wi XiIjI.a.:m:s., 114 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, HAS _E0R SALE A Gh,oice Selection OF GREEN AND CLACK TEAS; MO , _LAGUAYBA AND JAVA COFFEES; NEW ORLEANS AND REPINED SUGARS; , N. O. MOLASSES AND EXTRA HONEY SYRUPS With all Culinary etceteras. 49_^ Orders by mail promptly attended to, and carerall _i.n-wATdpfi _jftTil4-t _JpiI _BLICATIONS OF THE _^ Presbyterian Board of Publication,. DURING JULY, 1861: _,

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

THE LETTERS OF JOHN CALVIN. Vol. IV. Containing a _cqpiontt Index to all the Volumes, and completing this very valuable and interesting _wirk, by which •will be preservedand transmitted to posterity many writings of the great Reformer, which perhaps had never otherwise _sepnthe light. Price $1.80 per volume in black cloth, fnir sheep, or half calf. SERIES FOB TOIITH. 18MO. ILLUSTRATED. THE WONBERrUL _LATJIP; orLiqhs pob she Daekest Path. ' Pp. 239. Price 30 and 35 cents: THE LOST BRACELET. By the anthbr of "Xittte Flora," " James Haswell," " Christmas at Home," &c. Pp. 100. Price 15 an 'd 20 cents. Address orders to ' WINTHROP SARGENT, Business Correspondent. 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. jBQP-Jor sale in Pittsburgh at the Presbyterian Boole' Rooms, 57 Hand Street.- _^ feb21-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

pceedings of the _Syjiod of Pittsburgh. I KITTANNING-, October 10th, 1861. lie Synod of Pittsburgh met according to adpincnt, at 7 o'clock P. M., in the Presbyfce-Ichureh. The opening sermon was _pleached. | be llev. Charles P. Cuxninins, the; _Moderator, p Phil, iv: 5— " Letyour moderation be known U men. The Lord is at hand." j_|fcer sermon, the Synod was called to order, _Iponstituted with prayer by flie Moderator. I MEMBERS PBESENT. _&• _PBESBYT1ET O_* REDSTONK. feji- Ministers. Elders. Ik.Patterson, B.P., Joshua B. Gibbons, Epneroad_, Ebenezer }?jnley, Kiel Wilson, D.D., Matthew, _Hawkins, Bon Hughes, H. _Roland, McClintock, John Rh' eay r L Hughes, W. S. _Cfildwell. M. Wallace, W. Wilson. |i PRESBYTERY OF OHIO_; _jtoam Jeffery, D.D., Joseph McGaughy_, fid MoKinney, D.D. Thomas BMdoo, if JenningsD.D,, James Laughlin, ft. Mcllvaine, John J aok_^ ft. McClung, John _Si Russell, Bard Lea, James Armor, m. Jacobus, D.D., F. _CK Bailey, _Balden, D.D., _^m ,; MeClure, -f ...

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