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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

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Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

PITTSBURGH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1861

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

For the Presbyterian Banner. |e Action of «_the last General Assembly on the State o! the Country, j If the world can be convinced by the reteration of the same views , the protesters gainst Dr. Spring's resolutions may well [ope for success. Thf ible/writer pf the protest, not Content with- the advantage |hieh the review of the proceedings of the tssembly in the Biblical Repertory, for ply, gave to his side of the question , _jtkes every opportunity to repeat his views f tlie subject. In a short notice of a sermon of Dr. John 0. Lord, in the October tamber of that very able and popular quarttlthe -y, venerable editor likens the decijon of the Assembly to the decision of [the title tQ a contested _esfate,"; and-deiares that however clear the right, " no ae would pretend that the Assembl y, in brfcue of its prerogative to rebuke sin, imld decide the legal question of.,own erjip." Does not the clear-headed reviewer pe unwittingly confuse both his own and b readers judgments. No Ch...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

For the Presbyterian Banner. Departure of the 81th Regiment. Unionto_^_tn, Pa., ' ._jBToyi 20_^ 1861. ; Dear Baiyner;—^As this has been quite a notable day in our town, some public reference to it may not be amiss. The event of the day has been the departure from among us of the 85th Regiment Pennpylvania reserve volunteers. For a few weeks the regiment had been in process of formation at this point, and last week having been fully organized , it was supplied with clothing, &c....... This morning they left for Harrisburg and I believe from thence to the vicinity of Washington City. _t The regiment is commanded by Colonel Joshua B. Huell, Esq., well known here as an able lawyer and a gentleman of much urjbanity and"geaeral excellence of charac ter. The Lieutenant-Coionel is Norton McGiffin, Esq.,' of Washington , who held the same position in the 12th Regiment of three months' volunteers, and who had also experience in the Mexican War. The rematriirig_^egimentai_^fficer i...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

Washington. There are still many speculations about a movement of the army. The Grand Review has been interpreted as indicative of this. It is also stated that the dissentions between President Davis and Beauregard have culminated in the success of the latter, whose purpose is to take Washington-and proceed to Baltimore to take up Winter quarters, and hence warm work may soon be expected. We still hold to our opinion that there will be no great battle at either Washington or Manassas. Neither army will assail the lines of the other. There may be a battle brought on thus: General M'Clellan may advance his left, with a view " to cut off Beauregard's communications with Richmond and the South. This would force the latter to either abandon Manassas, or fight; and to fight he would be obliged to come out from his fortifications. This necessity M'Clellan could enforce at any time; but we believe his policy is, . not to drive the rebels away, but to keep them in Virginia, while he send...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

PITTSBURGH _FEMAIiE GOM/EGETHIRTEEN TEACHERS. Buildingsteachersand course of studyof the first class. Superior facilities afforded in the Ornamental branches. Attendance last year, _f wo hundred and thirty-seven,.; Three terms- per year. yORTY" DOLLARS per term, pays for boarding, _lights room-rent, and use pf furniture. Tuition' according to studies pursued. The Collegiate year begins September 3d; second Session, December 9th; and the third, March _Utth, 1862. Send to the President, Rev. I. C. PERSHINS, A. M., for 4 catalogue. M. . ' SIMPSON _^ augll-ly President of Board of Trustees. ]|J ERGHAlfTS' HOTEIi_, 4 6 _Horth Jomth Street,-PHILADELPHIA. 0. M'KIBBEN & SON, Proprietors. murS-iy _^J _TELliSVII_.LE INSTITUTE, Aii Academy_ for young men preparing for College, commercial pursuits, or teaching; and a Seminary for young ladies—affording all the advantages of a school of. the first class. The course of study embraces LanguagesAncient and Modern, Literature, Science, a...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

The Etna, ,at New-York, brings Liverpool dates to the 13th inst.: Three English vessels of war were ready to sail for Mexico, but had been detained owing to stormy weather. It is reported that it was at the instigation of England that the United States are to be invited to join the expedition. The Spanish journals talk of a probable Spanish Protectorate as the result of the expedition. It is reported that the United States steamer James Adger, now at Southampton, will leave for the Mediterranean, to look after privateers. The King of Portugal died of typhoid fever on the 12th.> The Duke of Oporto has succeeded to _ttlft thrnno GREAT BRITAIN. The speech of Mr. Adams, at the Lord Mayor's banquet has attracted considerable attention. He was silent as to the war, but pacific toward England. The London News says it was frank, manly, sensible, and seasonable, and must be cordially welcomed by England at large, especially as a small but active faction is doing its utmost to misr...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

rgi-W WMi Hmhgtman _^ aiiiteir WEJBKLY NEWSPA1PEB Published at BY wnrm wtmsEV & co_. THIS IS A LABG1 _EEIIGIOTJS _UEWSPAPEE PRINTED ON EXCELLENT PAPER, AND IN S U P B B I OR STYLE IT CONTAINS ; ' -EA:K_^c»:_a*_jyB»_a.fli on all the leading topics of the day, both Religious and Secular. All tho various subj.ecte that present themselves for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of intelligent ana Christian people, are discussed from the Christian stand-point, and in the comprehensive spirit of . Christian charitv and enlarged benevolence. Prom the beginning of onr present National troubles, this paper, while allying itself with no political party, has ta_^en high and fearless ground in favor of the Constitution and the regularly ordained Government, and of the preservation of the integrity of the Union. Its utterances have been fine and decided, and they will continue to be such until the spirit of rebellion has been entirely quenched, and our Government...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

We also have OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENTS i all parts of the land The Compendium of Domestic and Foreign News is prepared with much care and labor. And just now the news in the daily papers is often so uncertain and contradictory that the weekly papers can give by far the most reliable news for the public, since the opportunity for sifting and correction is allowed. Under the head of _PERSO1_TAI,, tlie most interesting incidents connected with individuals of note, whether dead or living, are published. And nndwr _thfl _tianii t\T VABIETIES_, are given the results of Science, Travel, Discovery, Statistical Information, *c of most value to the public. While at the same time most valuable siifc tions from books, magazines, and other newspapers, are given for the Christian, the parent, .the man of literature and learning and for the children. Nor are tho • CLAIMS OF THE GARDEN AND THE FARM forgotten; but much of tho information needed for both It regularly presented. This paper...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

_^ _ziM Pfittl * -l _ik Blew Drtss. We are pleased to find our neighbor, the Pittsburgh Gazette, out this snowy morning (Monday) in anew dress. :This manifests botk prosperity and a desire to please. It also increases real value, and hence claims an extended patronage. Western Virginia. There are no indications of a revival of field operations, in this district. , Gov. Pierpont_, •who is becoming very popular, has organized, and part of them in the field, some ten regiments of bona fide Western Virginians, ready and willing to sghi to the last extremity, for the honor of the old flag. These forces may be able to keep down marauders ; and even to lend some aid, South and Wont •¦ ' '¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ' ' " -•¦ •¦ ' • • ¦ ¦ ¦¦'. ' . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦" '¦ • • ¦•'¦ Fight at Fort Pickens. Prom rebel forces we learn that a battle commenced at ForfcTickens, on Saturday, the 23d. The Navy Yard had been set on fire three times, by shot from the Port , and Warrington had been burned.. . _, * _-_^L...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

[AKNOnNOBMINTS, GEATI_| ADDITIONAL RML4RK8 , FlVl _Chhtb a Line, Nine _W0KD8 bbino . a Lin*.] ; . BIRD—In _EWortonj Armstrong County, Pa., November 1st; ALONZO ALLISON, of iriteirmit_^nt fever, son of D. W. aud llosanna Hawk, agpd 6 years and 5 months. DIED—In Rural Valley, _Armstrong County, Pa., November 18th, of dropsy, Mr. JOHN PATTERSON, in the 76th year of hf» age. _, . DIED—In Rural Valley, Armstrong County, Pa.,: November lSth, SAMUEL ANDERSON, iii the 14th year of his age; »Uio, on November 18th; JOHN BOBINSON, in the 16th' year of his age; both of diptheria, and sons of Reuben and Susanna'Brown. " • ¦ ; ..• -. ¦¦ - •• _^ "C*^^_- DIED—In Rural Village, Armstrong _County Pa., September: 27th, of diptheria, HARRIET EMMA, ' daughter of Joshua and Elizabeth Graft,.aged 4 years. DIED-r-October 24th, of typhoid fever, at the house of her father-in-law, Mr. Benj. Anderson, of Ashland County, Ohio, Mrs. SOPHIAE. ANDERSON, in tlie 24th year of her age. A few days since, the mother...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

Worth Carolina. The people of this State entered into secession measures with great reluctance, and would probably return/ that is a majority of them, to their allegiance with much alacrity, if only they enjoyed the presence of the United States forces , and could have a fall assurance of permanent protection. On the taking of Hatteras, many of the coast people flocked to the National standard and ' took the oath of allegiance. On the 18th in stant there was at Hatteras a Convention of delegates and proxies representing forty-five counties of the State. These formed a Provisional State Government, declared the State offices to have been vacated by the secession and treason of the occupants; appointed a Governor, (Marble Fash Taylor); affirmed the Constitution and laws of the State; annulled the ordinance of secession ; authorized the election of members of Congress, and adjourned to meet again at the call of What may come of all this it isjaot easy to tejl. It is a following o...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

WC'IVES,MOTHERS, AND SISTERS, _» » - whose Husbands, Sons, and _Brotheiw are serving in the Army, cannot put into their knapsack a _nioro necessary or valuable gift than a few boxes of HOLLOW AY'S PILLS AND _OINTMBNT. They insure health even under thex expoaures of a soldier's life. Only 25 cents a box or pot. nov30-lt [2181 OR PECTORAL TROCHES, For tile immediate Belief and certain Care of CouehB_, Colds, Influenza, Aathma, Hoarseness, Wboopine Cough, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Difficult Breathing, Sore Throat) Etc., Etc., Etc. BELIEF _WABBAITTID HT-TEN _HHTOHS. For Ministers, Public Speakers, and Ringers, _tbege TROCHES are indispensable for Clearing and Strengthening the Voice, Removing Hoarseness, etc. • ; The ease with which they are taken—being easily_, carried in the pocket, requiring no preparation, always ready for use on all occasions, not liable to change in any ' climate, containing nothing injurious to the most deli-, cate constitution—should be a sufficient recommendation ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

Message of Jeff. Davis. The Message of Jeff. Davis to the Rebel Congress, now in session at Richmond, Va., corresponds with former emanations from the same source; only that it is somewhat less boastful. It however speaks of their great military power, of their finance interest as promising good result s, of their means of transportation by railroads, &c. • . " ..- "¦ . ' - : . " : ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ . '¦ ¦ , ' The courage, and hatred of the South toward the North, he tries to keep up in this wise: Our people now look with contemptuous astonishment on those with whom they had been so recently associated. They shrink with aversion from the bare idea of renewing such a connexion with such a people. We may, be content to live; at peace, but the * separation is final; and for the independence we have asserted we will accept no _alt.nrnfii.ivn. .; • :¦ .' ¦ ' ¦ ' Davis characterizes the nature of the hostilities on the part of the United States as barbarous wherever it is understood...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

: . Tor the Presbyterian Banner. 1 Temperance_«Convention. According to previous _announcement, a Convention of the friends of Temperance, assembled in the Presbyterian church, of Leechburg, Armstrong 06., Pa., oh Tuesday; the 19th inst. , at 101 o'clock A!*M. 3 The exercises were 9pen,ed with an appropnatie _^sermon, by Rev. J. _JL Delo, founded on 1. John iii: 8, last clause, together witlrjjudges v : 23. * ; n After, which the Convention was, called to orde;r b^; appointing Alex. Gordon, Esq., Chairman, and David Kuhns, Sr., Sec. ; On motion, Revs. • J. E. Caruthers, J. A. Delo, R. McMillan, with Messrs. S. F. Stark, and S. Crosby was _appointed a Committee to prepare business for the action of _tha Convention. Recess until 2 P. M. After recess, the Convention assembled. The '/_business Committee reported a; series of topics, the first of which was taken up and discussed. _t They Second topic was ' -\ then -f taken up, pending the discussion ,6f Twnich the Convention adjourne...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

Grand Review on the Potomac On Wednesday, the 20th, there was a grand review of a large portion of the army of the Potomac, opposite to Washington. It was open to civilians,' and _ai no pass was .required, some 20,-000 went\out to: the pageant. They viewed it from Munspn's.Hill and vicinity. Gen. MoClellan, staff, _> _§nd. body guard,; with the _< President, and Secretaries Cameron and Seward, rode along _theiwhble line—rfout! miles. Then taking a prominent position, the divisions passed them, moving bv battalion, closed in mass. :¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ Gen. ; _McCau's'division, lzregimentsfofinfantry, 2 batteries, il regiment of cavalry. General Hentzleman'_s division, 7 regiments of infantry, 2 bitteri|s, and iVegimentof cavalry_* General Smith'sdivision. 10_^ regiyaenis..of_^ ittfahtry,, 2 batterie 'g , and 1 regiment of _cavalir_^. Geri.; Frarifc ' - lin'S division, 12 regiments of infantry, 3 batteries, an<i 1 regiment of cavalry. Gen. Blenker's division1 _| (reg...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

A Good Arrangement. >. The people take a deep interest in all the affairs of Government, and they have a right to a full knowledge, except ¦ where the publication would be derogatory to the general'interest. The press is the vehicle of information, and hence, with the exception noted, has a right of access, in some proper way, to all public documents. In France public documents are furnished to the Moniteur, and to it alone; From it others copy. In England, all documents which the Government desires to make public; are seat simultaneously to all the _^London daily papers. In-this- country, hitherto/ there has been no system. " Enterprisine reporters" obtained copies, the earliest, as best they could. Hence things have occurred, sometimes, which were 1 neither reputable nor consistent with the public interest. ' i * An arrangement is now made, as we see ifc ; stated, at the suggestion of the Secretary of War, and with the hearty concurrence of every branch of the Governmen...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

_Hiily Hiaeh of this has been coined ove_* two or Hruu times, our specie having been sent to _Hurtipo and there melted and coined; then _Krii:i)>8 returned here in shape of sover-¦ i _rns, to be reconverted into eagles. W The _CENTBA_^PjaESByTEBY of Philadelphia has undertaken a vigorous visitation Ri" the churches under its care. Two ministers and as many Elders, none of them belonii'ing to the particular church visited, pave been appointed,'to 'hCld religious ser-[vicoB in each church, inquire into its religious condition, and exhort to activit y, land diligence. The object is to promote a Higher spirituality,' a _holier _2||_Ij_<lnd a grainier Christian fellowship among the folfewnra of f._lm _T?_flHflfimer. , Rev. Alexandeb T. McG-ill , D. D. hrofessor in Princeton '_Thejlogrqal Seiniary, by urgent request, repeated the disburse lately delivered by him before the Pennsylvania Colonization Society, on last abbath evening, in the Union Methodist _p iscopal churoh...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

WM.H. KIRKPATRICK 30UJXW. KIRKPATRICK, - Late of the firm of Kirk- Late with Gillespie, Zeller . _.patrick 4 _Metagar. * Co, Philadelphia. WM, H. KIRKPATRICK & CO., Wholesale G-rocers, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION _MERCLANTS, ANB i>BAX£%B IN PITTSB1_TRGH _MANTOACTURED AETICXES. No. 299 Liberty St., opposite head ot Smithfield, PITTSBPRGHP A. Particular attention paid to the sale of Country Produce anft.lv ¦ ' • _g ART HO Ia F ' S SEWING MACHINES. Tlie Best ta Use. A NEW STYLE, _ONLY $35.00, Making the Shotiub, or Look Simch, which is approved tot all Wnds of work, and _forgery many varieties is the only admissable ttitch. ¦ < , ¦; A new supply of both Family and Manufacturing Machines Inst received. 4S" AGENTS WANTED. ' ¦ Send for circular and Terras. Address HBNEYM. BHOADS, Agent, murio-tv _#«!«to1 Street. _AUarfieny City 8. BI88BH.......................................——• *• ». _aaSBMt BISSEL & CO., MANUFACTURERS OP COOKING, PABLOM_, AND SEATING Gr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 30 November 1861

Pittsburgh Market. : WEDNESDAY, _NmemberS!_iimi . APPLES-_^$2.25@2.30 _^.1*1. ASBOSSr-Sodil Ash, 3@3_^c; PotSj- 4®4_^c._j Pearte 5_%c. v Th_? stock in first hands is _ampltf _fon all ._ordinary purposes. ' . . , . ... ¦- , ¦ . . . BBANSr-Prime Whitei $1.25 per bushel. _SUCKWHEAi: _JLOUB_^-_«2.00 _^ 100 B_)s. BROOMS—Common, $1.50; fancy, 2.00@2.26; BUTTER—Choice Rdll,ll@llJ_<c. % ft. CORN-_^Oc. % _bucliel.. CRANBEKB_1BS-~|5.50®7.00 _*p 1>W. CHKBSB—"JVestern.Beserre .-eWc. Haroliwr_^ 8J_^c. -. DRIED PEACHES—New crop, $_&62_^ _^ bushel. K_6©8—-lSfc _'per'dozeii. .-..-.-IEATIEBBST-Prinie_>ye8tern,40c._^fi>.. , PLOUB—Extra, $4.75; Extra Family, *5.10@5_^5; _Tancy, «ft._sr_». _, , . ;¦ ¦¦ - QEOCERIES_^-Coffee: Good Bio, _16J_4@17c. _Bugaj, 10c. Rice, 8J_^@Sci'Molasses, 48c. " HA.Y—$8.«o@9.00 _^ ton, at scales. HIDES AND LEATHER—Green beef hides, 6@6_J_4c; green salted-MdeB. 5V@6c.;; dry- flint, 12c. Rough- cotmtiy leather is dull at 20_#22c. DSessed...

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