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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Magazines. : Harper's Monthly for November is as interesting and diversified in its contents as usual. Increasing years does not impair its vigor or sprightiiness. The article on Benedict Arnold is especially opportune at this time of wholesale treason. The Atlantic Monthly improves with age, is throwing off the provincial character that marked it at first, and taking a wider range. The number for November is at once popular and able. • .-;¦ - .; ¦¦ ..- . . ¦ .; ; •¦ ¦ , Both the above magazines are for sale by John P, Hunt, Masonic Hall, Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, where everything in the shape of magazines, newspapers, and stationery, may be had at the lowest rates.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

The Battle at Edward's Ferry , The officirl number of killed, wounded, and missing, in this unfortunate engagement, noticed by us last week, has been published. We lost 79 killed and drowned, 141 wounded, and 19S are missing. The Richmond Examiner admits the loss on the rebel side to have been 300 killed and wounded. Accounts from other Southern sources mak&_'.tlie number as high as 1,000, but this is most probably an exaggeration. But after making all due allowances, it must be confessed that the affair was miserably managed on our side. Our men fought most bravely —no men could have done better; but a great mistake was made by some commanding officer.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Journal of Prison Discipline The closing number of the sixteenth volume of this valuable Quarterly periodical, (tfie only one in the country, we believe, devoted to this branch of public_^ economy,) is before us.v Among its contents we find-a seasonable article on the importance of sustaining and executing the law; another on the _idiosyncracies of criminals"; a third on public executions; and a fourth on a late law of Pennsylvania abridging sentences in certain cases. Added to which are several important and interesting notices on various topics connected with the administration of prisons. The subscription price is $1. E. C. & J. Biddle, Philadelphia, are the publishers.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_dflttral Jpns.. " Conntry Printers, Desiring to purchase material in their line, "will do well to read the advertisement, in another column of this paper, headed "Notice to Printers." ¦ , «—¦ ¦ ¦ Division of _Virginia. The election held last week in Western Virginia, resulted in a large majority for a division of the State, and in favor of the new State of _Kanawha.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_JfOT _ICE TO PRINTERS. : -.:. -j- _l j Tae _undersigned offer for sale, on tho most reaaonabloterms, or will exchange for. Printing Paper, a largo _quantity of SBCOND_^HANDJOBTYPI?, ;- _" '< PAPEB.CUTTEB_, CARDCCTTBR, > TWO HAND PRESSES, as» ONE CARD PRESS; All of _whitih are nearly as good as new. Address '' '" : _, , FBRGITSON & SNIDER. , _hovMt Box 801, Pittsburgh; Pa. _1VORTH SEWlCKtEY ACADEMY, -*•* BEAVER'" CdUNTZ_/PA. . ; The Winter Session "of tWsInstitution wi'l open on the First Wednesday of November. ¦• • . > r • ,-i . .• ' ¦ '_• '¦ - ' ¦ ¦• ' BEV.-K'WBBBER, : '; V »_rf«^.l« " ' ' l _, EEV. SAMUEL _VWX>_VE2/f'T_?i_*_ciV*ia* '

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Virginia, New Creek, Va;., Oct. 27.—Gen. Kelly marched from this point on Friday night, and" attacked Romney, yesterday afternoon, routing the enemy, capturing many prisoners, three pieces of cannon, and all their wagons and camp equipage. The rebels retreated toward Winchester. Our loss is trifling. That of the enemy has not been ascertained.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

PRESBITEEIAL NOTICES The PRESBYTERY OF BLAIRSVIM.E will meetaccording to myournment, at Hew Alexandria, on the First Tuesday of November, at 10J_£ o'clock A. M., for the purpose of ordaining Mr. I1 . P. Wallace as a Foreign Missionary. By a resolution of Presbytery, the next regular meeting in January _Iioh been dispensed with. JAMES DAVIS, Stated Clerk. The PBESBYTJBKY OF ERIE will meet at Warren, Pa.-on the Second Tuesday of November, at 114 o'clock P. M. S. J. M. EATON,Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

The Illustrated Animal Register of Bwal Affairs and Cultivators' Almanac for 186§, This valuable Animal, published by Luther Tucker & Son, of Albany, is now for sale at J. P. Hunt's, Masonic Hall, Fifth Street. Let every farmer and gardener provide himself with a copy.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

SOKRvy AND SCRQ.PTRL.p,U_,S "ERUPTIONS wiilsoon cover the bodies ol th ' _osibVave men.who are fighting their.coun try'a battles.: >._<NiKht atr,bad .food, .and, drenching rains will make, sal,.havoc with ;the 'strongest;; therefore 'irt f«Very Ttian _sujjpiy: himself1 'with HOLLOJKAaf'S piNTMENTj-- It is_;a _ceftain enrejfor _egrery Kina of skin " disease. Only 25 _cts. 'per pot. nov'2-l t I [21&3 • .zvT._ej ¦ gOOKS F OR M _IJT19 T E R S OOIJUBGE_.IiBRABIES, " ;. _" ; _' _- ' History of latin Christianity, Including that of the Popes- to the Pontificate of Nicholas V. By HenrtHart Milman, D.D., l_^an of St. Paul's/ 8 toIs. crown 8vo. Price, in cloth, cut, ' $12; sheep, $16 half morocco, gilt, $2_fc < ¦» . .; ' u • -'One; of the most remarkable _worlti of the present age, and one in which the author reviews. , with curious erudition aud in a profoundly philosophical spirit, the various ch»_rigea that have taken place in the Roman Hierarchy; and,,wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_rflt HEY GO RIGHT TO T«_t ¦ •W- ' _- -- _s . spat. " ( _, INSTANT RELIEF! _SfOP YOUE OOUGH _PTJBOT ?_OT_$ _BREATH! ._sta _CTBW>»_lUOICE ..... . ¦ ' " 1 'fOff'fC _* h <[ jL ' , ". — • I I" ' ' ' ' . "if • <n£B£ ' f . ' ft , f , * , W It-. ' GOOD FOB _diEBSYMBN, _» .1' _i1 1 _< ' .; 1 ¦: ¦ • ' GQOD*V&R J>EG(KTBEBS, _'_' ! •< J GOOp _* FQJB TJJ_^UC SPE _AKER GOOD FOB SINGERS, rat 1 ' .GQQD _FORC0NSUMPTIYES M, . ' ' 'I' ' > _, 'VGEHTLEMEN Ci_^_JEtY THR0_«ftiSfflfECTt0S3 _. T» ' ' ' ( ' ' , 1 " . LA»IiES A^'pELlGHTED WITH j , , h > •pSSALB-INO'S t H t 1 1' _» 1 r T«fll>A<rcettPEC1!K>NS I i h ' t f ' ' > t ' 1 •¦ I _r '_< _CfiBElLDRE]^ cfer FOfe < i * i _sSI>Al33s>ING_^S> ' iJT '• if}- > _v ? . wmt _mwmm 1 ' 1 They relieve a Congh Mstantly. They dear thes&hroat_? ' f 1 * >U They give s_^en_^hanoLvoiiuaae to the voi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Perennial Cotton. , R. C. Kendall'} _^Esq_' ._j ifytelyjfdelivered a lecture at the Cooper Institute, New-York, on the cotton question, which possesses some interest—much interest, if Mr. Kendall labors not under some mistake. We give, from an exchange, parts of the lecture: The Gossvpium Aruorium, or Peruvian cotton-tree', will jet answer the almost universal call for a cotton capable of being cultivated in" Northern latitudes. It is perennial, can be grown wherever Indian corn can be matured, and promises to yield larger crops than the present herbaceous cotton of the South, while its requisite culture and mode of manipulation are such as can readily be performed here. I have already proved, by personal experiment, that it can be grown in the Northern part of ' Maryland, and shall most earnestly urge the prosecution of more extended experiments, fully assured that its successful introduction will tend to prevent any future recurrence of difficulties , * such as now derange the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

-wo_»n a Good'Bay's WorK. " I've done a good day's work, if I never do another," said Mr. llarlow_, nibbing his hands together briskly, and with the air of a man wb.o__felt y_^ry_^ mueh pleased with. _himfelfT _" '^'_J " * ' ? -.vfaAind so have I."* Mrs. Barlow's voice _iwas in a lower tone, and less exultant, yet .[indicative of a spirit at peace with itself. il Let us compare notes," said Mr. Barlow, in the confident maoner of one who knows that triumph will be on his side, "and see which has done the best day's " Youof course/' returned the gentle-• _'Ktefft&Twife' "" ' "We shall see. Let 'the history of your day's doings precede _uaine. _^ • ' ' _< "No," says _JVfes. Barlow," " you shall .give the _fiijst _experience " '" " _^ Tery well." And lull of his subject, j _MrvUarldw r began: •<'_"J Y_'ou remember 'the debt of Warfield, about which' I spoke a few days ago ?" "Yes." . " I considered it desperate—would have sold out nay interest at thirty cents o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

¦^^ ' •^ '' ' _T£$&_$_??_$_P ' _$W_? r ' ¦ 'il j&g$ ' ' i Pom ed Xtt _vicent beverage _^ _^ _^ jEwa _ssHs_^s_^_S _SSS_^KssasswtcoBD1AL _^SS_^ssSi able ' bv thehalf _SesB_^on m ad vance _^^ VriUo, «tl»t _^BV-W i " i_^_de n_^a_^_nniata _Cpua^^ »7iS _eirrin_^fnrnirf_._Brt ¦ BBP> l 'Sbb or JTiasT aki. Shout Son, _Ijprnmum,,?*, _' Manufacturers of 1 f _< Steam Engines, Machinery, and_._Qastings. _Als'o, of STILX-S_, TANKS, and _M otner •W_^_J.gf T_' nningOiIs TM _ti TlVEWTiF-FJii-Sir _SSSSSIOWcOF_, GLADE _RUN _. ACADEM.* _„ ( _wll open November " 12th. Bev. J. M. JONB_^ will take charge early in tBe Winter. _^ggg_^_gggT MECHL_^ Dayton_, Pa. <m. E M O V Avis ir_> iiJ'ff' - ' DR. J. {R. SPEEB Has _Rbmotbd His Ofpice to ' f WO. 196 PffH'H'_^'T'_^BI'T, Near St. _Claxr _JKotel. _« s Parh _cnlar attention paid to Diseases of the Bye. ootl9-5t* ; PITTSBURGH lS A FIRST-q_ASS C _. _tJEB_, it-In its sixth year. Boom for over one hundredjpatients. f _^ ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

fFail Management ol Grape-Tines ' . The month of_^November, after the leaves >have_, fallen off, ,is the best*rtime to prune vines. There is no difference of opinion atrall o,n this point with experienced grapegrowers, and it must be done in the Fall to 6 succee,d_.well _ijnt grape culture. The principle should be fully _understood, that the fruit of next year is to grow from shoots from canes of this season's growth Not one person dn_.ioup who has grape-vines on his premises seems to understand this important fact. They have _^ead about it in the agricultural papers, but the ' y paid but little attention to it, and _, seldom or never acted upon it inipruning their vines. I can say but little on this occasion, for want of space,; and to do full justice to the subject wou_^d , require several pages of the _,paper;. but Jn briefr select the best canes of this year's growth for fruiting next season', and cut out all the old wood, provided you have new wood enough that grows,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_3_»ITTS3_IJRGtH FEMALE COLLEGE--¦- THIRTEEN TEACHERS. Buildingsteachersand course of study, of the first class. Suporwr _f facilities afforded m the Ornamental branches. Attendance last yeai, two hundred and thirty-seven. Three terms'per year. .FORTY DOLLARS per termpays for boarding, light, room-rent, and'use of furniture Tuition according to 8tudie»_,piudued. Thet Collegiate year begins September 3d; second Session, December 9th: and the third, Mtnrh 24-th, 1862. _| _Sond to. the "President, Rov. I. C PEUSHING, A. M., for a catalopmo M SIMPSON "ttugll-ly President of Board of Trustees _^_JPRISING OF A GREAT PEOPLE. QHAELES S0_EIBNER, NO. 124, GRAND STREET, NEW-YOKK : _Willjjubljsh in a few days THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK. Jhe Uprising jof a Great _People. THE UNITED STATES, JN 1861. By Count de Gaspann. Translated by Miss Booth. 1 vol. « I2mo> , 75 cents ' '> ; The Now-York _Ttmet; says of/it": *' Whe thorough intellectual mastery of the subject determines the qu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Writing Compositions. A schoolmaster told one of his smaller abfryl_^tnat _ffe wanted him to write a composition u Oh, I can 't sir. I do n't know how," said the boy, in the greatest trouble. " But you can think, can't you ?" said the master. " 0 yes, sir." " And you can write words, can't you V " Yes, sir." Hi Well, just think about 'something aUd write down what you think, and bring it to me." « Ts thai, all ?" " Yes j that will be a composition. Now I will excuse you a little'while/ and _you may take your slate and go out, and the first thing you find that ' interests you, you think a_' hout ' it—iwhat ' it! is ' 'there for , what it is good for, what will become of it, &c, and write it down and bring it to me." The little boy went out, and after looking about some time, he at last came across a large turnip, behind the barn, growing among some weeds.' He stood and looked at'it_*a"few mom_*ents, *and though1 - he never dreamed he was to become a distinguished poet, hi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Carrots for Horses Better than Medicine. I have never fed carrots to a one-year old colt, but have fed carrots to colts and horses from, -two to twenty years old, and have r always ' found them of inestimable value wh,en given with other food I have never giyen but.one kind of food to a horse for more than one or two weeks in succession;, and as far as my experience goes, think it impossible to keep a horse in good condition Without changing his food irom time to _^ime, and keeping his bowels free bv carrots or Wan mashes. The chief value of carrots seems to me to be their slightly laxative properties, and their magical e'ffect upon the skin and hair, together with their fattening properties; moreover, their juBicious use oftentimes prevenfc_§ I5 the_*i a&miriistraiiira'of those terrible _,Goncoctions f icalled " horse medicine," which ,the ignorant owner of a horse is often prevailed upon to give for the slightest disease. Writing about " horse ,medicine,".reminds me of...

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