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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

ECCLESIASTICAL Rev. Joel Stoneeoad's Post Office is no longer Connellsville, but Dunbar, Pa. Mr. S. has not changed either residence or charge, but the mail movements require a change in his Post Office direction. Mr. WiLWAM W. M'Kinney was ordained by the Presbytery of Allegheny, on the 29th: of October, and installed in the Centre church , Mercer County. Sermon by Rev. Samuel Williams j charge to the pastor by Rev. David M'Kinney, D.D.; charge to the people by Rev. Iioyal Young, D.D. Rev. E. D. Bryan was installed in the church of Washington, N. J., on the 23d ulL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

•Synod of _Cincinnati.—This Synod at its late.. meetiug in Oxford, adopted the following 'resolution on the Siate of the Country: Resolved , That this Synod heartily concur in the ' resolutions adopted by the late General Asseiubly on the State of the 'Country, and earnestly recommend to all _zander our care to support the Federal Aditii in i strati on in all proper measures to maintain the integrity of the Government, and the TJnion of' the States, and to put down •the rebellion which threatens their subvermnn''*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

PERSONAL Great lomig Men* —The appointment of Gen. McClellan to the command of the armies of the United States, brings up the names of some who have distinguished themselves in early life: Don John, of Austria, won, at 25, the greatest battle of modern times j had it not been for.the jealousy of Philip, the next year he would have been Emperor of Mauritania. Gaston de Foix was only 22 when he stood a victor on the plains of Ravenna. Every one remembers Conde and Roeroy at the same age. Gustavus Adolphus died at 38. Look at his Captains: that wonderful Duke of Weimar, only 36 when he died. Banier himself, after all his miracles, died at 45. Cortez was a little more than 30 when he gazed upon" the golden cupola of Mexico. When Maurice, of Saxony, died, at 32, all Europe acknowledged the loss of one of the greatest captains and profoundest statesmen of the age. Then there are Nelson and Clive and Napoleon. But these are warriors, and perhaps you may think there are greater thin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

TAEIET1ES Read TMs Twice,—A writer in the Biblical Recorder says: "One of the first evidences of a decline in religion is an indifference to the religious newspaper. I have sat in ehurches where scores of members have been excluded. If the excluded were reading men, and took a religiousi paper, I have noticed that' the first palpable backward step was a discontinuance of the paper. This is ' the result of thirty years' observation.'" A Better English Opinion—Mr. Thomas Hughes, author of " Tom Brown at Rugby," honors himself and his country, by speaking out like a true man, on the side of justice and liberty in our great national conflict. ; Through Macmillan_'s Magazine he humiliations ! God himself eould not set men free but through this rale." The Secretary of War has ordered the promotion of twenty sergeants of the regular army to Second _Lieutenancies. The total number of officers now in the army who have risen from the ranks, is sixtynine, forty-three of whom _jhave bee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

*Krfrifi>f (tit irti_>ht<2 The Persia brings foreign news to the 27th ult., Her advices are not yet fully\reeeived. ThetfollowingshowS the nature of the allied interference-with Mexico :T \ " "'': '' '' ; The Syndicate of Commerce W Paris held a meeting.on the 8th inst. _i afr-which a petition was decided upon to the, effect that the intervention in jMexico should not be _.l eft _exclusively.. in the hands of Spain, but that France _' shoUla1 cooperate, and that for this purpose the expeditionary force should be instructed to penetrate into the interior, ' and act in Mexico. A _deputatiosi,.-bearers of the petition, had an interview on\ the 9th, with M. de Thouvenel, who assured them that all'measures are going to be taken to secure French interests in that country. \ As I have informed you, common action by the three Powers in .the Mexican affairs have \been resolved upon. Some time ago the only question wak about the nature of the intervention—namely, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

, '_- ¦ _¦ > ' ¦ ' >-i< '<h;:i..- -i f.j _i I'i;>>;a :>i ; (f . v .... _i -. . .:_) A/_- , ,n; ,,. . -.: . . I _'-.tT !WEEKOCiY:: _WEWSFMPEB, _, BilMisKiff_^r l (i , j' riS/l-i ioiiovs. ¦ ... an: ti;,_j o;i fcs-niv ¦ '¦> .- DAVtD ;*_nwter & c<_n ; ¦ ¦ .•._!. Jit .-'¦'?. ' i id _: ¦¦ ; ¦ - _:¦ _¦:¦!' I i. ¦ ¦'¦.- . ¦' . :_¦ ¦ . • ¦ . -.;. ¦ J ¦ y. - ;l •: ' :•• . i :_•-. ,h-...K .h.THISJSiA;'. - I ¦ - j • ., _MBmmiif_^^ PRINTED-ON ' ' •'¦• • -> EXCELLENT _< PAPER, " andin. _*' ''.. " , " . . ... SOPE B I O ESYT I/E [ ¦ , .'_\it_\coWTAms. : " l " .. " l\. ' ' . .. .:¦•' . . _) ¦ - '; ._j' . i- _> !¦• fclii;; '; ' .'. : on all the leading topics of the day_f both Religious and Secular. All the-various'subjects thai present themselves'for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of intelligent and Christian people, are discussed from* the Christian stand-point, and in the comprehe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

I lor the Presbyterian Banner. Presbytery of Kaskaskia _iet, according to adjournment, in Carlyle, j., Oct. 4th, 1861, at 7 o'clock P. M., and |8 opened with a sermon by the retiring | dei ator, Rev. F. H. L. Laird, founded on fcn. xii: 18. There were four ministers B six lluling Elders in attendance. p. A. Wallace was chosen Moderator, |l F. H. L. Laird, Temporary Clerk, for _|_s ensuing six months. presbytery adopted a suitable Minute p resolutions, with regard to the decease _Nhe late Rev. John Matthews, and or- |ed a copy of the same, with an assur-¦e of our Christian condolence, to be Bsniitted to his family. m. II. Charles tendered his resignation, KShairman of the Committee on Missions, lich was accepted, and the Committee m reconstructed, consisting of Templeh _. Laird, and Ruling Elder John Young. Khe Report of the Commissioner to the Iberal Assembly was heard, and his dilipce approved. ,-• m. communication from the Oorrespond Secretary of the Board of, Domestic ¦pions,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

The Removal of General Fremont. That Gen. Fremont is to be superseded has been noised abroad, in all the daily papers for some time, but at the time of writing this no official notice of " such _procedure has been given. The political papers say that the grounds of his removal are comprised in statements made by Adjutant-General Thomas, in his reply to areguest of the Secretary'of War, concerning this matter. Below we give the summary of. these statements, as made by the Philadelphia North American. But the friends of Gen. Fremont characterise this as a most unfair procedure, and say that he can suucessfully refute every allegation of Gen. Thomas, or anybody else. We give no opinion—merely the news: The Report of Adjutant-General Thomas, on Gen. Fremont's administration of affairs in-Missouri, is very severe and condemnatory. It, mentions numerous facts going to show the want of military foresight on the part of Gen. Fremont, in directing the necessary means for patting into, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

_PIi_»airg>:.: ; ' } - [Announcements, G-ratis ; Additional Remarks, _Fivs Cents a Like, Nine Words being a Line.] DIED—On the 1st _inBt., MARION STUARTdaughter of Rev. Davifl M'Kmney, D.D., aged 4 years , 3_'monthe, and 14 dayS.; . _;.. , , . ¦ . : '¦: .-:: ' ,_; . - .- ; • , • ¦ . . .' DIED-rOn the 8th of _Septemborj 3861, at .the residence of her father, in Taylorville, Iowa, Bliss NANCY WILSON ILEMING, in the 23d year of her age. : ; - ' She was a sincere and humble Christian, and had in death' in _latge measure, the _Christian'_sjoys and hopes. , -_. -. .',; DIED-mRAMINTA _VERMJOLIA, _iagea _8 1 >year= and'5 months, youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Lang, of Waterford, _>DIED— _^ At his residencflin Johnstown, Cambria County,. Pa-vlatfi o'_clock A; M.l "U_J Sund8_.y_;October 27th, 1661, JOHNi BARNES, in the 69th year fit his age.. *v ... , . / ,i0 Tbe deceased was a native of England. He camo to _fiOp country, with his 'family in tlie year 1833,-and lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

We also have ... . " OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENTS all parts of tne lan'di_^ _>' ' ' l " ' r - : _- The Compendium of *-4)omesiei and_^ik)reign News is prepared with much care and labor. And just now the •" _> -. « ¦ > : _, i ' "•' ; ' j ,.. f. ¦ . . news in the daily papers 'is; often so uncertain and contnadictory that the weekly papers can give by far the most reliable news for the public, since the opportunity for sifting anil correction'is allowed. : . ¦ ' . ' , ¦ '' .' Under the head of " PERSONAL, _tlie moat interesting incidents connected with individuals of note, whether dead or living, are published. And under tho head of _^ YARIEHES_, are given the, results of Science, Travel, Discovery, Statistical Information, &c of most value to the public. While at the same tine most valuable . .: . ,._„ ;£;E L -E G T I ONS from books, _mRgajiiaes, and other newspapers, are given for the Christian, the parent, the man of literature and learning and f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

General _McClelhin at the Head of the Army of the United States; _^ In another column we notice the resignation of Lieut. General Scott, the veteran 'commander of our armies. The resignation being accepted, the President, with the1 unanimous agreement of the Cabinet, appointed Major General McClellan his successor in the command. The latter, in accepting the important position, issued the following order: GENERAL ORDER No. 19. Headquarters of the Army. 1 Washington, B. C, Nov. 1,1861. J In accordance with General Order No. 94 from the War Department, I hereby assume the command of the armies of the United States. In the midst of the difficulties which encompass and divide the nation, hesitation and selfdistrust may well accompany the assumption of so vast a responsibility; but cofiding, as I do_<. in the loyalty, discipline and courage of our troops, and believing, as I do, that Providence will favor ours as the just cause, I cannot doubt that success will crown our e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

P**hB ^" or *'ie _^r8Bby terian Banner. IV Synod of Sandusky. ¦¦Be Synod of Saudusky convened in the _^Bfe minster church, Detroit, Oct. 24th at ^^¦clock P. M., and was opened with a _j_^B pn by the Rev. McLain, from Rom. _^Hfter the sermon the Synod was called to _^H by the Moderator and constituted _^^K prayer. _^Hie following is the roll of members ^^¦ ot: _^^m _esbi/tery of Michigan.—-Revs. James _^Bar, ' Richard Kay, J. A. Clayton, J. W. _^Bes , J. W. McGregor, J F. Jennison, _^Bel Leonard. Elder*—W. J. Wells, _^BMonice, Dr. J. T. Donaldson, T. W. _^^Bsrood, Jared Stevens, Hugh Kelly, J, _fMJRfr b, 'Jf <'r}J ° f Western Reserve,—Bern _I_^^BMcLain, Wra. Campbell. _^^_Besb ytery of Maumee.—Revs. D, Si An-Hi_, Win. M. Reed, J. B. Akey. M-^^R-John King. _j_^_Hresb ytery of Findlay.—Revs. Thomas _jj_^Hftustoo, Wm. Young, W. K. Brfee, N. _^^Borrow, John A. Weeks, j. R. Kost. _JB_^_V8—John Dobbins, P. Sours. _^Br. T. P. Johnston was chosen Modera-WSSlpd Revs. Wm. R. Brice a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

_CHELDON & COMPANY, _publishers <ye SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEXT BOOKS 115 Nassau.Street, New-York, j '] Beg to announce to the public, that in 'addition to their valuable series of School Books, they have become the publishers of the i > ENTIRE LIST OF TEXT BOOKS . j . LATELY PUBLISHED BY PRATT, OAKLEY & CO., OI? NEW-YORK. Their list now comprises the .following . , _, , Valuable Books: Bullion's Series of Grammars, 6 books, comprising Bullion's Analytical and Practical Grammar. Bullion's Principles ot English,Grammar, &c, &c. Bullion's Classical Series, 12 books, comprising Bullion's Latin Grammar. . ' Bullion's Greek Grammar. „ .. ._»,..-,, Bullion's Greek Reader. '' Bullion's Cicoro, Sallust, &c, Ac. Cooper's Virgil, prico $2.00. *" _*. * This scries is in very general use _thrbughoutjthe United Stntes and _Gsmada, and well5 liked. The Grammars are mi the same general plan. Thi> principles common to the three languages ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

_nrm>il collections for the several Boards j n while we see that, in every instance the In cannot be carried out in its letter, yet pay in its spirit, and the times of the p ious collections be _suited to the eonve-JBnee of the churches as best known to ' _piv respective Sessions. Jicfolceily That we cordially approve of _e resolution which instructs the Board of iucation " to make do appropriation to a neticiary for a second or subsequent year, thout a report and a renewed application im the Presbytery under whose care tHe nefieiary is placed." fiesofrex/, That we regard the Assembly's _A pproval of the course of the Synod of fftth Carolina in attempting by their min-Bs—for years withheld from t_^ie review •the highest court of the Church—to projjte a new deliverance on the subject of _ivery, as just and wise. Resolved, That we approve—not simply pause we ure an inferior, court, JMfc because (believe it to be right—of the course of _^ General Assembly in its action o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

_ttOLDIJERS, SEE TO YOKR OWN ^? -: Health, do toot trust'to the Army supplies; CKolera, Fever and bowel complaint willsfollow your slightest; _indif» cretion. HOLLOW AY'S PILLS'AND OINTMENT should be in every man's knapsack. ¦ The|Briti8h and JPrench troops use no other medicines. Only 25 cts. per box or pot. . ' 110V2-lt ¦ ' ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦• ¦¦ ¦ ¦ • _^ . • :¦ . :- ¦ : ;-.»_av • , • ;:;-;¦ ¦ ;::¦¦ ¦ . _C216] '¦ ¦ • • . _' • _¦ : ;_j —^^ _JJOTICE TO PRINTERS, Trie undersigned offer for sale, on the most reasonable _terms, or will exchange for Printing Paper, a large quantity of SECOND-HAND JOB TYPE, , . r PAPER CUTTER, CARD CUTTER, " TWO HAND PRESSES, _AJTO : 5 , ONE CARD PRESS,; All of whieh are nearly as good as new. Address _i FERGUSON & SNIDER; nova_^t .. .. ., Box801,Pittsburgh, Pa. _. NORT H SEW1_CKLEY ACADEMY, BEAVER COUNTY, PA. The Winter Session of this Institution will open on the First Wednesday'of November. . REV. H. WEBBER, ltrfiMt REV. SAMUEL FINDLEY, J Pnncl Pals ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

(Imeral fta* Great Expectations. Mr. John P. Hunt, of Masonic Hall, Fifth Street, has for sale this last work of Mr. Dickens, and one of his best, at the low rate of twentyfive cents. Ifc is published by a Boston house, on good paper, from fair type, and must have a large sale. The Great Southern Expedition. The great storm affected our fleet; but to what extent, is not yet known. Last accounts make it probable that a part had reached Bull Bay, within twenty-five miles of Charleston. Our officials at Washington and Fortress Monroe seem to cherish great hopes of the fleet's safety, and the success of the enterprise. The definite object is not yet divulged. There is a rumor that Beauregard has resigned his command. Doubtful. Kentucky. Things in this State are still promising. A dispatch of November 5th, from Louisville, says: Buckner has retired toward Bowling Green, and Stanton has gone back into Tennessee. The Federal troops in Kentucky, under Sherman, are thus divided: Ge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

O1 / "* ¥ ' (MY i* S_^1t l> _^t_^l #1 lYTf _?P<t TEMPERANCE CONVENTION.—The undersigned Committee, appointed at a similar meeting held at Apollo, on tbe 3d of September last, do'hereby, in accordance with their instructions, publish the following NOTICE. A Temperance Convention will be held in Leechburg, Armstroug County. Pal, on TUESDAY, the 19th of November next, to be opened atlO o'cldck'A. M., with a sermon byRev _^ S. Anderson, orf by his alternate Rev. J. A. Delo. ¦ • .; - -. ¦; The friends of Temperance, and the public generally, are ¦rery respectfully and very earnestly invited to attend. Let the love of Christ, and the love of humanity, and the love of country, constrain us to do what we can to arrest the progress of the destroyer. _; ' ¦ ' • . .: . ¦ _\" ¦ ¦' :L.k.KUHNS,r- .,V ¦ ¦:-., J. E. CARUTHERS, _^Committee_, f W.L;M0RR0W: j -On Thursday evening, October 21th, in Allegheny City, by Re?. Dr. PaxtonAi-exandee Qbail, of Washington County, Pa.i t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

_WIMC. H.KIKKPATKICK JOHN F; KIRKPATKICK, Late of the firm of Kirk- Late with Gillespie, _Zellej patrick'&Mefegar. & Co"., PKiladelphia. WM. H. KIRRPATRICK & CO_^ , „ „..- j.. ¦ _, -..-.. . Wb.olesale Grocers, _FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCL_.A-NTS, AND DEA._LEB8 IK ¦ PITTSBURGH _MANTJFACTTOBD ABTICLES. No. 299 Liberty St., opposite head of SmitMeU, - _ii PIiTTSBTTB.QHFA. Particular attention paid to the sale of Country Produce. ap$>-ty . _' ¦-/'' ' ' ' _' _g wAs-t R-T,-H.-a _t F. ._» - S .-. S I_*i #iN G IIA _GHIH E S. T]ie Best in Use. ; : _" ^;; NEW' _STYLES ONLY $8S.OO, Making the SHnsnEor Lock' StEiioH, which is approved" for all kind8;of ,w,ork,_i and for very_.mariy-varieties ia the only adm.iss ' dble stitch. A new supply of both Family and Manufacturing Machines just received. , 4_^ AGENTS WANTED. T "' . Sen4 _Xot Circular anff Terms. Address HENiBY M. RHOADS, Agent, : marl O-1 y, i: . ' ) _rPoflflral Street. _AHeftlifwy Ci*y s. _BisaBM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

_Sirmmerdal Pittslrargli Market. . : _yVEDNESDAY ,Nm<mUr 6,1861. AJePLEB-_$2.25 jp-bbl; ¦ ¦ :¦; .• ¦ :.-.:.: ASHES—Soda Ash, 3@3J_£c; Pots, 4@4_%c; Pearls, 5_J4c. The stock in first hands is ample for all ordinary BEANS—Prime White. 1.2S@1.40 per bushel. BUCKWHEAT FLOTJR—$1.40 _^ 100 ftm. BROOMS—Common, S1.50; fancy, 2.00@2.25. BUTTER—Clioice Eoll, 12c. f_* ft. CHEESE—Western Kesei-ve, 6_Vo. Hamburg, 8Uc. CHESTNTJTS—$2.00 per bushel. ECKJS—llc ' .per dozea. . _> IL0UE—-Extra, $4.62; Extra Family, f 5.00@5.25: lancy. S5.50. , GltOCEUIOES—-Coffee: Good Bid,-16J<_£@16J_£c. Sugar 10_S»10_^c. Kice, 8J_^@9c. Molasses, 50c. HAY—5S.UQ@9.00 _^ ton. U scales. HIDES AND I.E ATHER-_^Greenbeef hides, 6_@6}^c.; green salted hides. 5_^@6c; dry flint, 12c. Rough country leather is dull at _20(5>22c. Dressed leather is quoted as follows: Bed Spanish Sole 5_g ft.21@24c. Slaughter Sole f_* !>., 26©28c; Upper Leather, _fi dozen, $24@33; Bridle Leather % dozen, S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

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