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

EDGEHILL SCHOOL,: _->•- _*:5 , i:U ,,:j .._;.:;.;;: ¦ - ¦:¦ . y_^_w PJIWCMW&i _tX.iJ_^i-,;: \.,-j,_*i. K Home _Pop:Boys// _\y:.._zy,-± •>_, , Pupils .prepared thoroxighly for College ntt for _._buMnei_^ _TtietH<ih; 661 _premises contain tliirteon acre*; proviainganiply for _lawnj playground; and garden. • « ujJl—t ' /" TERMS—-$125 per Session. ., ., • ¦¦¦ _, . . ,, . " ForCirculars address' ' ';i ~REV. J.P._*_HUGHESr _v ;,-- ., au_^_4r3m _^c _^- j;_fjUT - 'i'.o .u " - '; j'il_4 H Principal.;; ;,-.-: ' ii . , :\: » • ri.f:.t l»s ;:j, - ..:ilvJ -'>¦; ' " *' 52 and 54. Murray Street, _^lew-Ypirl_^_, ¦ Importers ' ami Jobbers of CLOTHS, CA _' _SSfilERBS "VES INGS;'an«levery_«tyle and quality of goods- used by _Olotttiern ' and _MerchantTailors for Men' _x and Boys'Wear.t j ,- .<-j \ ;j • _ : «ApTriT _-' ''' "¦¦¦ ' ¦ ' . '"' . ' _¦ ' ¦ ¦ ' ' . ' ¦ ' • - " _Tijr e_^w -FAtiX. _^A jfM _MX_^mJ_^_iBLC • Jim- 'Hi* '-'_-_^ - _' ¦ ' Y *;; CLOTHING_^...

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

_JjiOR THE _SOLDIERS. \ JUST PUBLISHED BY THE: _xPres_^yterian, _fi _^_ii _^ of _Pub lic ation, No. 82! Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: THE SOLDIER'S POCKET-BOOK. 64 pages, 32mo., bound in cloth. Price 5 cents. Containing . , i 'Advice and Directions to Soldiers; Short Prayers; > Scripture Selectionsincluding Five Psalms; The Tea Commandments; Twenty-four, Hymns; Being a Manual for "Pocket and Camp Use; and admirably adapted fir presentation to the Soldiers by thoir friends. Also the Hymn, "JUST AS I AM." Printed on stiff Card, on the back ' of which are appropriate Texts of Scripture. t This is intended for Hospital use, and has already been found very desirable'for that purpose. Also, THE SOLDIER'S SERIES OF TRACTS. Containing Twelve ._Narratives , of Soldiers. Done up in a Wrapper. . Price 10'cents; ' * • - - • ¦ ,....,„ Address orders to- ; _^TNTHROP SARGENT, ¦ .-., r. ,» BusinessiCqriesppndent. 1 " 821 Chestnut Stree^;_ThiiaaeIphia. * _JBS_^Tor sale in Pittsburgh' at ...

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

_jj eadixg';por;the JlRmy.; ;. V Soldier's Camp : Liibrary. THl 1MIBIC1N _TlACj _SOtipTT_, 150 NASSAU STREET, .NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Libraryconsisting of TWENTYFIVE VOLUMES, 18mo.; inclosed ina box, at tlie low price of f3._0 ; among- wJifeh are "General Havelock," "C_«pt. Hedley Vicars," "Capt. _Hammond," "The Blue Flag," " Young Man " from Home." ' : ¦ ¦ ¦' ; ' Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tracts, at $2.00, arepu t up to accompany tho Library, when desired. . ' THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-flve_? volumes, -in flexible coverscontaining the Soldier's Text-bookSoldier's Hymns,. The Soldiers and Jesus, Story of Lucknow, and othfer ' appropriate works. $2.00. -: . - ' ¦ • ,..- .: •; ¦ ¦? -. _^- - ..- - . , ¦¦ . ;• ¦ ¦:- ..: i> ;.- _-; -The Amprican Tract Society has famished gratuitously many hundreds-of thousands of pages of Tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvaniaas well as _othBrn.# :Tjbi~ friends _oj the soldidrsai-e availing thomselves of,the...

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

_«»pn — A Call on the Patriotic;Ladies of Allegheny County. T r a Mr. Jacob _Glosser, Government Agent appointed to superintend the-collection of blankets, ; etc., for the soldiers, has after due consultation with many friends bf the _movement, appointedaj': Committee of Ladies, for every borough _»nd! township in Allegheny County. The subscriptionbooks will be sent to them.as soon as possible. In the meantime they_, can;organize their Societies, _appoint as many assistants astthey,jtnayr deeni _i adyiBable,.andvO!ille x ct \m.-,t mediately- as»many blankets, &evj as _possible? _i They will please to\give their Post Ofiioe address Goods can be sent to the Custom House, in care of Capt. C. W. _Batctelor. All communications should' be _addressedX to Jacob Glosser, No. 68 Fourth Street, Pittsburgh.

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

Massachusetts Eleetion. The vote in fifty-two cities and towns foot up as follows: — For Andrew, Republican, 18,371; Davis, Democrat, 9,211.- The returns from the other towns will probably continue at this ratio of two to one against Davis. One Democrat is probably elected to the State Senate from Boston. The Legislature is strongly Republican. Caleb Cushing ia elected to the Legislature from Newburyport. The chief interest of the election was in Burlingame's old district, the . seat in Congress having been made vacant by the resignation of the Hon. Wm. Appleion. Samuel Hooper, Republican candidate, is elected over G. P. Upton, Democrat, by nine hundred majority-Charles G. Loving, of Boston, and ex-Governor Clifford, of New Bedford, are both elected to the State Senate, on the Republican ticket.

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

_WQ Alii* WHOM IT MAY _CONCERN. Take notice that an application has been.made-by the Old School Presbyterian congregation of East Libertyin the County of Allegheny, to the Court of Common Pleas of said County; ibr a Charter of "Incorporationunder articles' and conditions as filed at No. 113 of December term, -1881, in said Court; and if no sufficient reason be shown-to the contrary, the Court will, at its next (December) termdecree and declare, that said congregation shall become arid be acorporation or body politic, by .the; name, style, and title of." xHB FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OP EAST LIBERTY," in accordance with said articledand according * to the Act of Assembly in such case made nnd provided. DANIEL ARMSTRONG, Prothonotary. November 2,1861. ,. • . ¦ novfl-3t

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

Kew-York Election.- , New-Yoek, November 51—Returns from different parts of the State indicate the succeBss of the People's Union ticket bya heavy majority, fin Kings County, the People's Union State ticket has 5,000 majority, and the county ticket 8,00_Q majority. . .-:. ¦ . ¦ . ,. . •¦; ¦ • ¦¦; •¦ ¦':¦¦-, ¦ ¦ ,

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

PEESBTTERIAL NOTICES The PRESBYTERY OF BRIE will meet at Warren, Pa., on the Second Tuesday of November, at 1M. o'clock P. M. S. J. M. EATON, Stated Clerk.

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

_^HEI GO RIGHT TO TH_£ : - >M- * gpOT. " '3 ' INSTANT RELIEF! STbP YOUR COUGH ! PURIFY YOUB BBEATH! STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICE! I ' i i ~ ' , .1 ' r ' "•' _> ' 4 . ABE_*'_" _' * } », * '1 * -H _* i .1 ' _Vi • GOOD FOR:_CLEEGYSiEN , GOOD FOE LECTU&ERS, 4 . Si - « , . 1 good _^ fok; public ' speakers, * _i.i * ¦ -r" " T "" * ** _GodifFpE SlMjERS, ' . ' '" _, ' _, _' - 1 , !> ' . ¦ > * » ' > GOOD'FOECdN_^MPTIVES. , , C * «> Vs « '"""' '• *' ' ; . " '' ' i j _> ! * ' •i-,• > • ' ' '• > _» '- LADIES'ARE BEBIGHTED WITH - . 'I ¦ -J l _( > 5 ' 'i 1 i _> > ' _T *J _, ' _^PALbii/a:s - It _, " 1 ! _Tasikf _jjjmmwns. '<j t I " ' t >• . 1 f OfilLDREN CRY FOR ¦ jj._ir ' ' iS'i _i 1= . i _ .SPALE)iNa'S ; -1A i; T II " * I : ' ,d"ii ',11 \ _' O tmm COKFEgTlKS_. - -.i. ; _i "_=_<- 4 - ' i > ¦ _,Tliey relieve a Cough Blatantly. - • They clear the Th _* roat. / _' * \s J ¦•.. ...

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

the 11 umi%n-xrzxhrailroad eo., M ™"a T ,1(nN 1,200,000 _ACRES OF RICH _FABMDW LJ»»*>> , III Tracts of Forty Acres and upward, on ton? Credit and a _^ 1 '_J ' _«_t»-e_>ainrP POPlH»ATt01_f» MECHAincs, FABMEHS & _WOEKENG MEN. pwauw _x * _, _^^ ^^_a; _ J mnEatmntino of the _rntrrprisrag nnd _induatnom por- The State is rapidly ' _^^ 8,n 'c(; 1850, making j i-tion of the, _comnuJnty is directed to tho _Allowing 868, 025 persons having _^ _^ ratio-ott _Oiiper _cei>t. 1 <;!U monts aodlibpi al ; inducements offered them by tho the present popnlat > > _> _^ 1 __ in ton years. , ., * j lUVDXOlS GENTEAI_, RAILROAD COMPAKY, AGE lCULTirBAL-PBODTrCTS. ! I wliiuh, or _tk_^y will ^*-cpivo, willrnablc them, by pro- A jvoaatts-of HlinoiB!arsUre#Bi!itiiari > ' _t_«rcDeig5',peTKcverpnce and industry, to provide com- The _AgnotdturaL r_^_o Products sen t out dnring; ! j fortabto _honifb .or themsclvo<3 and families, vn...

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

If Ml S_|i_«S THE LIFEhAND LETTEES OF JOHN _ANGEtt JAMEri; Including an Unfinished Autobiography. Edited by R. W. Dale, M.A., Ms Colleague and Successor. Pp. 633; octavo. New-York: Robert Carter $ Brothers. Pittsburgh: Robert S-'DJaMC iW_^M_^ In _^his volume we have an account of the life and labors of one of the most popular preachers, one of the best pastors, and one of the most attractive of Christian authors, In modern times. His'early advantages were not great. When he begatn to preach, bis preparation had been very inadequate. Nor did""He owe _Eis eminence to any surpassing 'brilliancy.' But careful study made compensation for the lick of a regular College course; and sound judgment, a heart filled with the love of Christ, and burning . sea], did for him, for the Church, and for the souls of men, what more glittering but less substantial qualities could not have done. Itwas becoming? that the features of such a character and the work of such a life should be given to t...

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

*fi ff f;V.. *W " fff ? {*?*\ _^ _tf _^ "• 11 _Vfc " i III * i*H _' _t_^k #4** f <_j 'J *¦ _< « ¦ ' ¦ " W# ¦#-t«fC ; _Tte Old _Conpie,_" '"*' It stands in a sunny meadow; The . house so moss/^and brown, Witk'Us cumbrous old stone chimneys _* The trees fold their green arms around it, The trees a|}ei||ury,|>l|_t||rs| And the winds go chanting through them, And the sunbeams drop their gold. -Acr _r "]'•¦ ¦ ' _? k; ")_$j"iT£_FF::-rf" ¦ . _* i.c The ~ cowslips spring in the marshes, And the roses bloom on the bill; And beside the brook in the pastures The children hare gone tfnd left them, They sit in the sun alone-; And the old wife's ears-are failing, And she harks to the well-known tone That won her heafctto Kertgirlhood_, _jSffoTfraises Tier now Tor the lorightness Her old fftoe used to wear. She _thJnkftggsilrQf b_^r._brJM_^_"_^ How, dressed in her robe of white, She stood by her gay young lover _^ In-fhe] _pioyning> s»^8y_^ght. '| • r \ 0, th...

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

¦ -nlt_^f-_^ll-ittif_^j_$if_<_s _^vUiv Ulmll ll ll_^ : Air, Sunshine and Jlealtti. ! A New-York inerchant ndtieed, in the progress of years, that each successive book-keeper gradually lost; his health, and finally died of _consumption, however vigorous and robust he was on entering bis serviee. ' At length it occurred to him that the little rear-robin, where the books were kept, opened into a back-yard, so surroiinde ' d by high walls, that no sunshine came into it from one year's end to another. An Tipper-room, well-lighted, was immediately prepared, and' his clerks had uniform good health ever after. i A familiar case to general readers is derived from medical works, where an entire English family became ill, and all remedies seemed to-fail of their usual results, when accidentally a window-glass of the family-room was broken, in cold • weather. It was not repaired, _und forthwith there whs a marked improvenjent in the health of the inmates. The physician at once tr...

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

SELECT READING A Terrible Awakening.—A Dutch sea captain who was wrecked and afterwards tossed on the sea for near eight'days in an open boat, during which he suffered terribly from huDger, says that at last sleep became more and more seldom. " But when it did come the same dreams were al-Wdys repeated. Each time it was a well-laden table, a substantial dinner,'that stood before us, and to which we set ourselves with lively shouts of joy. Every one of us dreamed this at leasts ten times. The wak ing up to the truth of our situation was horrible." Alas! is not this the awaking which many will encounter who build for eternity on a false foundation, who enter not in by the door, who delude themselves with a name to live, while they are dead. They eud life with a flattering dream of heaven as their future home, and already anticipate an abundant entrance, when, to their indescribable consternation in the next world, the voice says, " Depart! I never knew you." Oh! the horrors of...

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

_JjARTUPEE & CO., Corker or First and Short Streets , _PirasmrRSH, Pa. , Manufacturers of' Steam Engines, Machinery, and Castings. Also, of STILLS, TANKS, and all other apparatus for refin _'_°g Ot _>8 - octlS-ly _rpHE TWENTY-FIRST SESSION OF •*• GLADE HUN ACADEMY 25?^_£B5_&2£ _£e :; *• *• J0NES _^ teke For furthe ' rpaitfculars addressv ' * oct_!9-3t* RKV.-€b*W_> MECHLIN, Dayton, Pa. J_£ E M O V.AL,. _DB. J. 9; SPEER , Has Reuovsd His Office to ' NO. 196 _(PE.KN ST,REET( I Near St. _Clair Hotel. ctl9 _* attention Paid t0 Diseases of the Eye. P ITTSBURGH A FIRST-CLASS CURE, ' '' In _^t&rci^?r verone h _^ dred ^^ _- _mwav !: MBA8 5_jf » - _* < ~— _P'ttehnrgh. Pa. K1ARMERS, _GAUDENfelfe., FR_^ffT _A GROWERS, CATTLE DEALERS&d — ¦TMogTO _( fi,>,la_iT _IPR_^_mg_^F_^iSElT_^_EwEi The Uprising of:» Great- People THE UNITED STATES TKns_«i _f

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

PITTSBURGH PBM _ATjE COLLEGE < THIRTEEN TEACHERS. Buildings, teachers, and course of study, of the first class. Superior facilities afforded in the Ornamental _branches. Attendance last ¦\ ca.v,t loo hundred and tJnrty-seien. Three terms per year. _EORTY DOLLARS ppr term, pays for hoarding, light, room-rent, and use ot furniture. Tuition according to studies pursued. The Collegiate year begins Septembei 3d; second Session, December 9tti; and the third, March 24th, 1862. Send to the President, -Kev. I. 0. PEUSHING, A. M., for a catalogue. M. SIMPSON, augll-1/ President of Boaid of Trustees. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, ' 46 North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA., 0. M'KIBBKN & SON,'Proprietors. _LAIRSVIk_^_ET FEMALE SEMINARY. A Home1 For Voting Ladies. Rev S. H. SHEPLBY, A.M , and Mrs. SHJJPLEY. Pnncipal8,_*aided by a _fnll corps of Teachers Accommodations for Sixty Boarding Scholars. _Theiordmary bill for Board, and Tuition in the legular course and Latyi, is $60.00 per Session ...

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

1 ill f ,, • ,A_» Note on/Sudden _nDeatbs. k . _, • The sadden dt eath of Lord Campbell, which shocked thft nation, aud brought grief to a wide _ciicle, suggested a piece of counsel" on which it may be profitable to lay some ' s _t ress. . The fatal jncident which closed the career of r this noble lawyer, like those in the cases of the late Duke of Bedford and> the Duke of Wellington, indicates the advisabilifcy!of Fn ever permitting an'y aged'or enfeebled person''to sleep in a room alone, or, without immediate knd _constant personal attendance. It is in the act of rising from bed, or suddenly assuming the erect -position, or perhaps during some slight bodily exertion, that the unexpected moment of faintness or of collapse, of seizure or of sudden .physical _^distress, occurs The dead body is found stretched upon the floor, sometimes hours after life has been extinct. A g _"uess is made as to what may have happened, and how long life has fled. The relatives are fcouinionl...

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

Immense Armies T-here_^_s littles .doubt _thatithe armies now in Washington and its vicinity, amount to the" immense aggregate of near _^OO_^OO men on each side, or 400,000 cqniba<_ants. Whenever a general battle shall occur, it will not only have no parajlel c>n the.Westf ern Continent in the forces engaged, but hardly pne ; in-?the history- even of modern Europe will vie with it. The great battles of Napoleon were _generally iouglit' with numbers far inferior to those now under the walls of Washington. For _instancy, }at _Austerlitz, where Napoleon defeated the combined armies of Russia and Austria, he had but 80,000 troops; the Allies had 100,-000. _, s At _eTena jind _Auersjtad_^, _^where he broke the power of Prussia, hfs forces were not over 180,000 strong. At the great battle of Wagram_, _fought with the Austrians on the banks of the Danube, in 1809, he had but 150,000 men. At Borodino, under the walls of Moscow, he had but 120,000 to oppose the Russians...

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

_Jflriatttaral How to Clear Land of Brush. Our pastures are encroached' upon "by shrubs and trees of inferior growth, making nestling places for weeds, and shading much land which-otherwise would produce grass. We prefer to use the brush-hook and cut up everything, to lay the drybrush over the stubs and burn it. If sheep aie kept _/m the lot afterwardjthey will feed down the .young growth which starts from the roots, for the most part, and a scythe will keep under the remainder. A correspondent of the Homestead gives his views as follows :— " This is often a problem of much importance, and the solution of dt,is attended_^ in some sections! with much _difficulty and expense. After cutting and burning the brush piled up in heaps, many think the best and perhaps the only mode of extermination is plowing and thorough tillage. This is an effectual remedy and, where circumstances will admit, a good one. But there are many fields which cannot be treated in this man as the- ground...

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

JOHN A. RENSHAW, Family-Grocer and-Tea Dealer, Takes pleiware in announcing ' to his friends and custom that he has recently remo_\ ed to the new and spacious w' house, Corner of liberty and Hand Streets, \A few dows ' dbove his old stand,) And having largely increased his slock by recent purch now offers to the public thp moat extensive and complete _sortment to be found in this city, of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic _Pruite, Teas, Spices, PicklcB and ' Sauces, Preserved Fruitsin great variety, Pish. Hams, Dried Beef, &c, besides an assortment of Domestic Housekeeping _articles; thus _constitutin j a Housekeeper's .Emporium, where most all articles fhat are useful or necessary for the Family all may be purchased at _reasonable prices. JlSf _WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. «_=_®_fc Catalogues containing ak extended list of my stecb fur nished'by mail, if desired. I < _ , \ JOHN A. RENSHAW, ap7-1v Cor LibArtv and Hand Ste . _Pinshursrh 'R O O F I N Ip . willi...

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