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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

sM_^Eti _rSwM iMFbit&wls: M&'*£kTE.\ _^_cl^^iv_^i 5 ^^^^^^ Te_%Q|in_^rted;ato BqrioJQBprices, :*k1 :¦ „ /? ! :. FROM $15 10 $62 BBB SET. ;_, . -7 . ._EBFERBNCaSSr " ¦ ¦ ¦¦ t. ' Rev.y!D4 .iowii!i, _^ _Sfe_^ _' _-_^SS • : _SflRjfoEastf.tew'*. #_am.*nai*i •: j _^uMj jm j ";,:>R_^_p_^"M ,'K;Hi!.f!,, • jg^; ifTgot_" _- _-" i "ft *?™rw. fP_' ,_^'^^ riTHmS_^^:_$44B :!Tp,:ln o-;.- ¦; ¦ i ¦ ' s'_^_Mf _Wl_^^^ ' :

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

From the Expedition. , New-York, Nov.. il9.-_^TheiITnited States transport Atlantic has arrived. She,left Port Royal at 3 o'clock P. M., on the 16th inst.; Thetpwn of Beaufort had not, up to that time, been occupied by the United States troops. The _Atlaniiobrmgs home a number of _passjngers and _inyajids, from the army and navy, and six; _prisoneft. Every thing was quiet at Port Royal. All the/irbbps had been stationed_^ and were in good' health. Several visits ; had been-made to Beaufort by-a regiment or detachment, but they retired, leaving the place deserted. There had been no communication from the opposite side of the Island, confirming the report that the Union, pickets had been attacked. The stores and ordnances had been nearly all landed. • The dispatch relative to the fleet being seen off Fernandina, bound South, is undoubtedly an error, as the fleet remained at Port Royal on the 16th inst. The Atlantic brings a number of rebel trophies, and one bale of .cotton. ' ¦ ' : ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

M §l,[(i _- ! iraNHSBr_^ . . _,¦ ';}.<: iVo. '&o _Smithfield Street, ._ktoyB constantly on hand, a htrg# ae8ortment'orRea_4y-"_^de! _CfefflnB_^ B)JetallicCasp*S. Shrouds', _Ac _^ of-tha latest _stylra. Personal _serricee in; all cases when required_^ and no'pains will be spared _,to give entire satisfaotion, and relieve ttie frierfds' of the ¦ many unpleasant "duties necessuily connected with_; the_.pfep * arations for-'burial, at greatly'reduced prices; _Ttcomsopen _day and night. Hearses *MO*rH»K«>"fnrniB"hiid. ,"Uii ;; ' a«p1-1v ' JJID E_^IL _AND LEATHERSTORK. '-... ' . ' ,pj KIRKPAXRIC_^ IC it _SONsJ . - •',.::. ^;r _^;3$.8OBt|:_«l_0r4JlM0t, i ; ' . .V-V-. i Betwagir _Mjj_^t_, <w_> _^gwiiyrj-t fnayf&_» g t_^p iEtr gj_*_, - . , ... | '"* *¦'"¦'*• _; '?'ll! i •* flJeoi-jbi*"iiSfe"V _*' ¦ '' "*' '' ¦¦• 8PAXI8HA?b>.<jitEtN'8_LAWOTER; IiroE8, OALTJBT . ' ftt THB* LOWB8T'PRIClB AND UPON • ' * i !: _- (K'3 " ' if) 8_J)l0a"HE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_fjurtign ' Jwttfc- : We have Liverpool dates to the 8th inst. There is no news of particular importance.. • The cotton question is declining somewhat in public interest. Prices range ataboufc-25 cents. There > were 638_^000:Jbalesi-onj hand, andi some still coming from India. The mills can work' at a half to two-thirds time, till Spring. . : The English; Government; has. ordered large shipments of ball cartridges to .Canada,, but the shipment of the Armstrong.guns has . been countermanded. ; v , ., : ; The convention for intervention in Mexico has been signed, and preparations are actively progressing. ; :.: .. ¦ . ¦,¦¦ -,. ¦: ¦ r ,-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_^K'The total number collieries (injiQ-reat _^Britain at presen t is esti m ated at two thou-^_Hfrd six hundred and fi fty-four ; of those, _^_Bfe thousan d nine hundred and forty-three _^Bb in England, two hundred and thirty-|B_$ in Wales, four hundred and five in Scpt-^Bnd, and seventy-one in Ireland. " In 1857 _^Bjt coal produce of the United Kingdom I_^_Bfoeeded sixty-five million tone. The value _I_^_Kthe pit's mouth of thq _Quantity annually I_^_Htted is est imated - af $_^_fl\600000 _r 'and its _ff_^^_Bfen annua l value when consumed at about |^Bp, 000_,000. Besida this sum it is estimpted that the iron extracted yearly from fate raised is worth at the mouth of rnac«; $_ffc_^_fltyOOO. The total sbapi* tal invested in the trade is supposed to exceed $92,500,000. In 1851 the(number of persons, employed in the English coal mines was two hundred _inii nineteen tliou? sand ; at presfentf there ar_^ai l eas t two _hunr dred and fifty thousand. . • : .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

3_L_^llDIBS*_WXJMM OF EYBRY SiyLB AND QUALITXi AT 131 Wood Street, Pittsburgh;; ; ' novl6-3t " > • •>_- , ' ,!; • ¦¦ ' • ' •'¦ ¦ ¦ '¦¦ ¦* • ¦ > ' '• ¦ ' =_'J- - ¦ ¦ rv%O ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Take notice that an application has been made by the . Old School Presbyterian conKregation of _EaBtPiLiberty; in the County of Allegheny, to the Court of Common Pleaa of said County, for a Charter of Incorporation, under articles and conditions as filed at No. 113 of December term, 1861; in said Court;,and if no _sufBciont reason be shown to the contrary, the Court will, at'its next (December) term, decree and declare, that said congregation shall become and be a, corpbra-Moi! or bndy politic, by the name,,8tyle. and title of _> *''lHK _J?IBST: _PRKSBTTERIAN CHURCH'OP EAST LIBERTY," ¦n accordance with said articles, and according to the- " Act of Assembly in such case made and _provided. ¦:¦¦¦¦¦ i DAS1EL _ARMSTRONO_,Prothonotaryi November % 1861. .... ' r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

Eastern Shore, Virginia. s _« One of the most important movements which ' have recently been made is the occupation of Accomac and Northampton Counties, Va., by National troops, which has before been alluded to. The movement was planned by Gen; I>ix;:and has been carried out under his direction. ¦ The force numbers between four ' and five thousand, and includes- cavalry arid''artillery—sufficient to cope with success with the; rebeL force therej understood to number eighteen hundred, cut off from the possibility of reinforcement. On the advent of the National troops, a pfoelam ' aiion by-Gen. Dix was issued, promising protection for persons and property to those who were disposed to behave with propriety, but warning rebels that they must expect no favors. ;.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

Temperance Led arcs We, are pleased to learn that Mr. John B. Gough, the celebrated Temperance Lecturer, will appear before a Pittsburgh _audiense on Friday and Saturday evenings, 22d and 23d inst., in Concert Hall. Mr. Gough is here by an arrangement of that enterprising company, the Mercantile _Libeaet Association. We trust that the hall will be filled. The doors open at 6_£ o'clock. Lecture to commence at 7}. Tickets 25 cents.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

PRESBYTERIAL NOTICES The BBESBYT1_RTT OF _WASHINGTON will meet In the churelrof Mt Prospeci, onthe Second Tuesday (10th day) of December next, at '11 o'clock • A. KL A ftill attendance is earnestly requested. ALEXANDER M. CARRKtL " ' Stated Clerk. Th« PRESBYTERY Oi1 BKAVER will meet in the church of Westfield, on the Third Tuesday of December, at 11 o'clock A. M. D. C. ' SEED, Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

SEVEN HUNDRED n_^O LUNT EERS_^ SICK IN CAMP!—Young men be warned In time; _fupply yourselves with HOLLOWAY'S PILLS ANB OINTMENT. They are, guaranteed to cure the worst cases ot _Soresj UlcerB,'Scurvy, fevers and Bowel Complaints. Only 25 cts. per box or pot. ¦ «ov22-lt [217]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_^g_^_H^^T O THE > \l ,? _* ' INSTA NT BE«EFZ ; , .: . STOP YOXJK OOXJGrH ! PTJBIFY TOim BREATH X . STRENGTHEN' YOUR VOICE! '' ' _< _, .i> _;£U .» _^ _^_ ^—r- -rmsr M_^l-_*JKt ¦;- ¦• \ „¦ >• • ' i _^ ../_. ir ' • f s * ' * ' V i . ;, ¦ - • _i * . • -*'»• ' _. _GDOB FO_», _XECaLUBB SS, GOOD _^_OB ' _?nBLttJ SPEAKERS, . , ., _' : - ¦J- 'i * g oo_^. _*pr;_sin^^;> . ¦ ¦ . -»" . _< > i. * i >¦ * «* 'ii)" GOOD FOR _CONStJMPTIVES. ; ;._» - nu ' n } ' A * ' I ' « t " , _,J j ' -i I I , . j _i ' _^.t,_ib. *> ' »>• > GENJL|_OpK «_CABS_?. , it < Z- t- ' .f _' iii' »'f _S7 ' - . u 1 I 4 N It • <->»«.<> • ,1 H ] > J «-f \ • . > i " .'p , i _£> i-.S_©£_AIsIl>3_^_€_^S . 1 to.!! !• 1» ill ** ' _, . • j / • (I • ._« . i " r . «' , . / i . : ' »¦ " _" , THBOAT CONFEtTtPNS_. ! ' _, i . i t' *«. * ' _' _, - - - . • ' I .' if- "< ' _* •* • --I t _„ r it &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

THE _lUlNOIS _CENTBil _UHttROiP _W> "_^^^A _WTiQ ' " ' ' 1,200,000 ACRES OF RICH _FABMNfrUJDB , l to Tracts of Forty Acres and upward, on Long Credit and a _ * _(-w ( _ifz "lil _MEGHA3SICS, _FAEMEES & _WOKKDTG MEN. PBESIflfr filMng up vnth poputatfoa;- _» rPHE _attention of the enterprising and industrious por Tho State is raP' 7 added smco 1850, mating J-toaof tbo community * directed to the following 868,025 person-; &a™^ _^ „» of 103per cent_, _statetaeatrta aad liberal inclncements offered them by the the present populan , > in ten years. i ; , ) < » _ILJJSGIS _CENTBAI, EAILROAD _COMPAITX_' , _agbICULTUBAI 1 _PBODW?- _^x - which as OiovwiUpn-cinvo, will enable them, by pro- \ _^p_^^_cts oflllmoisaro greaieny^^ ( per energy, _pcrsevcrcnce and industry, to provide com- The Agncuttura _( _^^ prOd_»icte'sent out _dbnnff fortablo homes for _tlicmaolve_^ and famines, _witli, _*com- thM0 of _^y _t_^_TTj _gfto odo 'loos. Tho wheat «rQpf ' paratirel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_%ms fto _Athmums 'System_*c¥»_€_ttioLocfe#N THE _BASliT ' OF THE SHORTER CATECHISM. By Alexander Sviith Patterson, author of a ?' History of the Church." With an Introduction by Duncan_^ Macfarlan, D.D. Pp. 390. Price 88 _oeats. Pittsburgh: United Preshfterian Boitrdof Publication. _^ _„f> _, _mSl_^,4%v§^_saffid very _^ efc_^a_^ -elitit _orf'of a work with winch we have been long acquainted, and irhioh jis _^ig hly, yaluer?? As a synopsis «f Serif tttral theology, the " Shorter Catechism" Is _unequaited_, and is a most fruitful study. Mr. •_P_#il«iS-<_&_7Faa;th.or(iughly, _Irojmefl with its 'iprlt, tinderstood accurately its general scope, and had _toade its particular doctrines the subject of _closest scrutiny. The result is a system of Divinity t>f Jhejmoa_^^l_^let_^_-_^^tniinlier _' _stimp. The manner of treatment of each question is to •giro the analysis and proofs, then the explanation, and afterwards the inferences.. The matter _ia abundan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

the Hnantity Repired. • In respect to the quantity of foddfequired to support life in_^ tbe best way, "spme _¥elia; ble information has been obtained by-experiment The precise amount which in.*.the adult maintains the weight of the body unchanged during a life of moderate exercise is theoretically the righf_^_eipge quantity. . Of course, it varies witl»^^'the;'Mnd of food employed _f. some articles furnishing much more nourishment in an equal freight than others. On a diet of fresh meat,.bread and butter, with coffee or water for, drink, Dr_; Dalton found the entire quantity required during_^ t%en_^fo _"ur h_^6urs,«By. a-man in full health; ;_anjl _staking free, , exercise in the open air, to be_^-of: meat, one pound; of bread, onei pound, three ounces/jTof W_0 ter or fat, three - and a half ounces f; ; watef _^ three and a third pounds, that is to say rather less than two and a EaU_^unjd_^p f sdlid_$6odj; and rather more than three«pints'of li.quidi.-These weights would, j&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

A Sister's _Lotc. When the army of the Potomac made its advance, a few days since, a member of the Twenty-First New-York Eegiment picked up, in a place vacated by the rebels, a, copy of theVRiehmond Examiner , ' of tbe _prM vious week, containing the following : " Qne of !those affecting incidents occurred at the departure of the Yankee prisoners for Kew-Orleans, that whether concerning friends or foes, must move the stoutest heart. A young lady, of Northern birth, who" has been some time a resident of this State, and having a lucrative occupation, preferred to remain here after the war broke out, discovered, by some means, that her brother was among the prisoners in the city. She had made several ineffectual applications and attempts to see him. Owing to the necessity of military law in such a case, her most urgent _requestrhadjjbeen re_^ fused. " For some weeks the poor girl Bad been too unwell to leave her home, but was recovering, and sitting at her window just as the pris...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

\. Hints for November. Apple trees can_^be planted to good, advantage' .this month.. Buildings should be put in . repair before Winter (sets in; beets harvested before severe frosts; bulbs removed _l to warin apartments, and blackberry plants_^ if desired,il< se\," while the ground remains opens. Earth up the celery beds! Dig- late carrots, and harvest the late cabbages and cauliflowers, burying them in the fields if%j you have no cellar-room. Currant and gooseberry rooV can still be planted. _Prepare 'the cisterns, for a Winter's campaign.,r'See that the cellar contains a large eooughiembankment'to effectively keep out " Jack _ijlrost, and shell,.as soon as possi_^ We,iTygtir corn designed for market. Hasten _^ tjider operations before the apples are injured from decay, and eut and bury in -dry (earth any kind of scions _desiredl Draiumgishould be' carried on this month, the ' furr_' ews in wheat and other Winter grain ' fiejps examined, sluice-ways kept open/and| d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

.; Give your Hqrses light and _i Air. _^ ¦ Historyiinfornis: us that-a:,certain:;Ein_^ ;peror loved a,|a,_yqrite, horse, SD _^ _muchithat he .had a golden- manger, made for him. Th_^s extravagan ce appears _^ unpardonable-in the estimation of _nianyi'-nb_^a-days, ajad yet it is more pardonable than the opposite extreme™m6anness in the treatinent of the flhjbrse. ; In dooking at the construction of a 1_^^ .largei; prppbrtion_^ of pur j|S|ise-stables, I am sometimes led to, think tha^' ^;jthe object of the builder, must have beenrto see how widely he, could_^depaft fttorn e_^ery principletof kumanity-and expediency—humanity in compelling a patient and faithful animal to remMn*penned up inaPclose, dkrk_^ and-?Jllthysapaitmenfe_^expedi'etfcy:iffthus sacrificing not <only the comfort but the health, and eo_^equgntlylthe_^ usefulness and value of tbeaMma'l. r .""" . * Light is indispensable to the plant and to the man—is_^it less so to the horse ? If i£ is,,why? "W _^ h ' en, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

JJARTUPJEE_, CO., _, , _,_„ Corner op _Fifetfi and "Short STRraTs_^n PrrraBDB.<Hr, VAi, < Manufacturers * of< ' 1 \^ < 'Steam Engines,-Machinery, arid Casting_^. [ Also,'of _^TILLS, TANKS, and all other* apparatus - for1 ye-" lining Oils. 6ctl9-ly J » ;_E MOTAL, DR. J. R. SPEE'E Has Removed His _Ofpioe to 5 ' 1 N 0. 19 6 P J M _" & ,T_,R _kfi Tv ' Near St. _Uaxr _JfyUl. Particular attention paid to Diseases of the Eve. ocil9i5_t* T J < Jp_, _ITTgBURG_,H w a_^ 1*? _^ i* CJ -mm. _jmt _<_&( A PIEST-CLA8S CUREj j In 3_ts sixth year. _jRoom for over one hundred patients. 49"*, Send for Circular, to H. FREA&E, lit. D., , myt-Iv * Pittehnrgh, V* _FARMERS, GARDENERS , FRUIT -¦ • GROWfERS, _GiTTLE DEALERS, &C, Will find the most complete assortment of'books relatiiuf to their business that caji bo found in the world, at _O. M: SAX _TQN _.BARKER & CO.% _Agricultural Bank Souse, 25 , *«* Pnw N«_wVorlr San_&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

Don't Ran in Debt. [Don't run in debt, never mind, never mind, i Kyiotirololl!®sare'fddea'ari"dSe<_frnH_^_hT / , Fix "em up, make them do, it is better by far, Than to* have the heart weary and torn. "Who'll love you the more for the cut of your bat, Or your ruff, or the lie of your shoe, The shape of your vest, or your boots or cravat, If they know you're in debt for the new? There's no comfort, I tell you, in walking the streets In fine clothes, if you know you're in debt; And feel that some tradesman per chance yon may meet ' | IVho will sneer— " They're not paid for yet." Good mends, let me beg of you don t run in debt If the chairs and the sofas are old, They will fit your back better _^ _tlianjany; _newset Unless they are paid for with gold. If the house is too small, draw closer together, Keep ifc warm with a hearty good will; A big one unpaid for, in all kinds of weitther, Will send to your warm heart a chill. Don't run in debt, now dear girls, take the hint; If t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_^_asctSmmm_. The Three Great Undertakings of France. - Notwithstanding the threatening aspect of European affairs, and thev occupation of Erance in military preparations, the Emperor is prosecuting steadily and vigorously three of the " greatest enterprises of modern times—any one of which, successfully completed, will constitute an enduring monument of his statesmanship. These? three undertakings are : the Submarine Telegraph between Europe and Africa, the cuttin g through of the Alps, and the opening of the Isthmus of Suez. The first of these undertakings has just been completed. On the 2d of September last, and after two unsuccessful attempts, in which the cable twice broke, a submarine telegraph has been established between the port of Toulon, France, and that jof Algiers in Africa, and at present telegraphic communications are> permanently established between 'the two Continents. Independently of its practical results, the establishment of this telegraph solves ...

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