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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

I HOIE AND_/10REIGN BECORD. The December nnmber/of the Record presen ts eyi dence that the Lord has J not forsaken Zion. Blessings attend the labors of his servants, which call, for thanksgiving and afford encouragement. Still, we are not enjoying a season of special favor. Ali our Boards labor under pecuniary embarrassments, and this to an extent not justified by the condition of our productive iudustry. The Southern churches having separated from the ; Assembl y, ought but slightly to affect the balances in our treasluries. To a great extent they had'beeri_^ for soirie time, collecting and. _vxung. their own money; and .. .where they were con_^ tributing to the Boards, they were drawing ? to something like anr _efi[ual _amdunt. i In the Middle, Northern, and _Westerin States, God is mingling great favors with the war affliction—a rhealthful season,, full harvests, *a demand for all; our pxoducej trade uairiterrupted, a _s6und_%nd_»_abferidaint circulating medium, and' not a ho...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

( Revolution in France. A change has taken place in'tfie Governtnent of Naj>oleon; so great _^tWt it may well be termed a revoluiiot_*. The Empero-r tattthe raising and expending of money, _tS '_sucn &n extent, that during the recess of the Legislature (such as it is) he could decree an extraordinaxy credit, borrow the money, and use it 'alt Mis pleasure. "la the last ten_; years, three, tKoiisand millions of francSj'_^says _' _ltf. Fould_, the• hew Minister of Finance, '«of extraordinary, and supplementary _creditji have been opened." in This system was rapidly involving France a ruinous debt, and the manner of its expenditure, by increasing the,army and .navy, kept Europe in alarm, and made France the object of suspicion. The: Emperor has now voluntarily abandoned this power. Financial,matters are, hereafter, to be conducted_^ by the Minister, and money is to be raised and approfpriated only by the Legislature. This is an immense stride toward a free government ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

«^en8; ' _the y^^^^sing to>yal S yracuse, _»nd *o the Sooth of _Lexington j, ob ject is now the same a* o_* _i»» former _^ ?hat is to keep as many ©f the Govern_^. troops _Etching Mm as _ptfs_^We, and thB_.pr Lt them from proceeding <_tew»rt»e _Mutf_^ Gen Halleck is rapidly gettmg thing, . order. " Several gun-boats,- frefc _elad_, a,, ,, - Ti d- Five hundred sailors sJ»<$ marines ar* , .. Cairo to manage them. The army i, eonc.; _S a_^ouis , Cairo, **d _Pascal, aQ_,_; _Sovement on _Colutobus may be looked , "Rebels, on _tfceir part, arfe*fe_, eoneea!r_, tine t0 defend _Coltmtbtts. Tfcey are e7_>: _raiSng _*i*_iy days' fegimeWs for the _^ _^_bltUe i_*ere will likely _declfle. foraome Iifct the fate of Western" _Tennessee, «s well as we_« _ern Kentttcky.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

_^ Kor the Presbyterian Banner. A Card. The Rev. H. G. . Comingo desfres greatfully to acknowledge the generous liberality and kindness of his congregation arid others, in the bestowal of a large and valuable purse, filled with silver and gold, so delicately contributed and placed in his hands, at the late Quarter-Centennial celebration of the First Presbyterian church. Be would also express his sincere thanks to the officers of the church for the elegant and costly suit of clothes given at the same time. And also to individuals for the highly-prized gifts and valuables they sent into his family on that occasion. Last and not least, to the ladies of the congregation he desires to'express his great indebtedness for the sumptuous entertainment given, in his name, to his ministerial brethren, (of ail denominations) with their families, together with the two Presbyterian congregations of Steubenville, Ohio.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

<§twnl _ftal The Evening Chronicle. This paper appeared in a new and comely dress last Wednesday evening. We rejoice at this evidence of our neighbor's prosperity. Kentucky. Western Kentuck y belongs to the military department of Missouri, under Ueneral Halleck The residue of the State is under Gen. Buell * The rebels are still gathering men toward Bowling Green, with an eye upon Louisville. Gen. Buel still holds them in check , while his forces are being augmented. Which will be able to first move upon the other i8 yet to be determined. The Union men of the State are _hoDeful and rigorous. _r In Eastern Kentucky, but littl e is Jbeing done.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

Western Virginia. A large portion of the Federal troops have left this section ; some going to Kentuck y, and others crossing, the mountains to Bomney. The Convention on a Constitution for the contemplated new State, is now Bitting. * A proposition has been made to provide for the gradual abolition of- slavery. A resolution was passed changing the name from Kanawha,' to Western Virginia. - - _WheelIncS, December 2. —The Legislature met in this-city to-day; LIeut_* Govern6r _Polsey presiding in the Senate, and David'Frbst , of Jacksonin <the House. The _Governors Message was sent-in this _evening. It is a; forcible review of the conditionf of things in this State. He advocates strong measures against flie rebel abettor' s in our midst.' • "' '"¦ ' - > Col. Kramer, of Monongalia offered a resolution for a stringent confiscation law*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

WasMngtoH. I The- Capital has now "Become quite Jit*- _^T^^ ^^eirfamiUes are there. _Sp_* contracto_^_cUimants , advocates,¦**.**• are there.- , * i The arm_^L _movements for the week have b_^tt lew. The appointm ent of Gen. Snnmer lo & ¦ command_^ aDivision of the army, and de _* tension of Jhi8 lines to Occoquan > \ook m _,_^ _W_, to aave on our.left., It is also saidd* «en. Burnaj_^e'8 division _ip intended for the F_«- tomac., . , p 0SBibly the batteri8S4||M t0 be _assail the _Si:26 ?!:TSol' ««_Kwlate«to military rf«*J _A _^_tf _ttT_^C*'— suspended in . J\ _^ been _ief_^ed ir> the War _Vepuxm_^t0 _,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

_Amerieaii Enterprise —Raising _Sunkea _Fessels. It will _^e remember ed that on the taking of _Sev astopol, b> the English and Freneh, the Russians sunk a large number of valuable men-of. war .wMchthen lay in _flle harbor. After peace wasr_^red_. theRussia -ajGoverTiment contracted wtth an American, Colonel Gowen, to rai_« theseships. He lias _,pa_* succeeded w raising eight war-steamers, one _fiftyrgun frigate, three _corvettes, twelve gun-*rigs and several smaller craft. ML v these havei _teettaraised entire, and floated. .i-n-.-.-rt f-_'5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

ECCLESIASTICAL ¦Eev . B. Bbonson's Post Office address is changed from Westfield, Pa., toDushore_, _SalUvan County, Pa; _Bev, D- ' F. McFarland_'s Post Office addtess is changed from Havana, 111., to Ma6to®Q,Ill. Mt, _Wixoam H. Dinsmore has been orfdai®_el to the ministry, and is installed at _Sifrer Spring, Pa. a&wr- _Vekisbot D. Reed, D.D., is installed . in tike First Presbyterian church, Cam-,«_dea, .N. J.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

PRESBITERIAL NOTICES The PRESBYTEKY OF OHIO will meet in tho Tint church, _Pittsburgh, on the Fourth Tuesday of December, at 2 o'clock P. M. W. B. McILVAINE, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY 0* WASHINGTON will meet in the church of Mt. Prospect, on the Second Tuesday (luth day) of December next, at 11 o'clock A. M. A full attendance is earnestly requested. ALEXANDER M. CARRELL Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF BEAVER will meet in the church of Westfield, on the Third Tuesday of December, at 11 o'clock A. M. D. C. REED, Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and Mouse of ¦Repr esentatives '; In the midst of unprecedented political troubles , we have cause, of great gratitude U> God for unusual good health and most abundant harvests. You will not be surprised to learn that in the peculiar exigencies of the times our intercourse with foreign nations has been attended with profound solicitude , chiefly "turning upon our own domestic _^ affairs. ' A disloyal portion of the American people have , during the whole year , been engaged in an attempt to divide and destroy the Union. A nation which endures factious domestic divisions is exposed to disrespect, abroad, and one party, if not both , is sure , sooner or later, to invoke foreign intervention. Nations thus tempted to interfere are not always able to resist the _counsels of seeming expodiency and ungenerous ambition ,although measures adopted under such influences seldom fail to be unfortunate and injurious to those adop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

.. ¦ it f; .. . _- . ¦ a - ¦ . : WEEKLtNlWSPAPE», Publi«lied at _S_^T-T_^_XJIiCSKH:, PA,, ;: :-: " ;; by >A_*H> M_^_KHIIMEV & CO* : ' '' _-'' ' _' _^ '"¦ ' " TttlllS_'A ¦ LAEGE RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPEB _; : ;.-, PRINTED ON EXCELLENT PAPER, AND IN S UPlitt O B S T Y L B ¦ ITOONTAIKS ou alt the leading topics, of th_« day, both ReUgiovw -and Sm_« ular. All the Tarioua _subjectt that _presetit thetn«elve» for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of intelligent ana Christian people, are _discuned from the Christian stand-point, and in the _compreheniire spirit of Christian charity and enlarged benevolence. _From the beginriiBK-of oar present National troubles, _thli paper, while allying-itaelf with no political party, bas taken high and _fearlow ground in &ivor of tWe Crfnstitutka and the regularly ordained Government, and o'f the _presorration of the integrity of the Union. Its: _utteraiiees hare been flra arid decided, and they will con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

give Oen. Sutnner the command of a division, of the army of the Potomac. Mr. _Stille, a refugee from New Orleans, reports that Commodore Hulling felt into disgrace after the affair at the mouth of the Mississippi, in consequence of his failure to fulfil any of the promises made in the flaming bulletin of his victory. He represents the rebel mail system as a complete failure. Chance governs the movements of all letters and papers, and money inclosed hardly ever reaches its destination_. Col. Charles Frederick Havetock, late of the British army, and brother of the 'ate Gen. Havelook, has been appointed an Aid to Major-@en, McClellan, with the rank of Colonel, and assigned to duty as Inspector General of Cavalry, his late position at home. Compte D«*Villaroan, an experieaced French officer, has also been appointed an Aid to Gen. McCleil&tt_* with the rank of Captain* a ; r The Government _contractor ' 460,000 yards of sky-blue army cloth has been awarded at $1.02_£, _HOO_.O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

JOHN D. M_^CORD............. ;....JTAMES M'CORD MANUFA CTVRJSRS AND DEALERS IN Hats, (Daps, and Straw Goods, WHOLESALE A&D RETAIL, ; , h% if 0,0 d S t * e fe t, PittsJmtgh, Have now on hand fdr Spring sales, as large and. complete an assortment of Goods ' _bb can be forind. in any of the Eastern cities, consisting of " : _: ': Fur, Silk, aiid Wpbl Hats, of every style and quality; CAPS of every quality and latest fashions; Palm Leat; Straw, Leghornand,Panama HATS; Straw, and Silk BONNETS,_^ete-j etc; Persons' wishing to _purcbase pither by Wholesale or Retail,vf }a flnd il _*O their ndvnnMep to call »nH "xathlne <mr «tork. " murtflMy - .: _^ rURNI.8HpfO;_,T OI>_EBTA.HS_^ _r _„ ¦ ; ,. _Oro, _St _'Smiihitdd &rta, keeps ' coa«tant_# Si - fckod ivlarp assortment of Ready-Jlade _CofinB_, Metallic Caeei,''Shrouds, &c, of tie latest styles. Personal services in all _casee when required, and no pains trill be spared to give entire sattsfec tiOn, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

_Jfordp _Sfctas ¦i_^ <••• ••¦ ¦ GEEAT BRITAIN. At the Lord Mayor's banquet, London, Mr. _Uams, the American _MinisJer, in response to he toast to the Diplomatic Corps, said he was ttere to cement the friendship and good feeling _atween the two countries. Lp_^ dgPalmerston olunteered a replyin which he assured Mr. _Idams that his Government had his, Lordship's jjrmpathies; that he hoped soon to see-peace retpred to our country ; and that England would, I the end, be greatly advantaged by the war, in louring for her supplies of cotton: from other _jfrarces than the United States—a very sensible lew of the case. The speech of Lord Palmerton was in the most conciliatory and friendly rone. \ In keeping with this, is the action of the British Government in sending arms to Canada. No pore cannon are to be sent there the present sea-|on, as was intended, on account of the proapect-We closing of the St. Lawrence. England, apparently, has not taken the first stop in view of a p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

"WM. H. KIRKPATRICK, I _^OHN_^. KlRKPATRICK, Xate.of the firm of Kirk-|- Late with Oille_^e, Zellw _patrick 4 Metsgar. | * Co., Philadelphia. Tpl, H. KIRKPATRICK fc CO., * Wliolesa3(^! Grrocers, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MMRCL.ANT8, , , ¦¦ ¦ ¦ Airn. dkajjebs m PITTSBURGH MANTJFACTtRED ABXIOXJBS. No. 299 _Libertyv St._/v0pposi(6 head of _SmUhfitk, PITTSBpilHP A. Particular attention paid to'the sale of Country _Prodvc_* _«p9-iy [: DART HOOF'S SEWING MACHINES. Th.e Best in Use. A NEW STYLE* ONL3_T $8S.OO, Making the Ssmrrusor Loc_£ Stitch, which is approved foi all kinds of work, and for very many tariettas-is the only adtniuable ttiteh. _^ ...,. ¦ ....;.. .... A new supply of both Family and _ManntocturingMachinei fust received. _JiSf _AGENTS , WANIBD. Send ' .jam Clrcnlw _aa« Terms. Address ' HENEY M._BH0ADS, Agent, nrnrlO-ly _ITflddral Street. Alleghany City ••••••? _** _oaomMiv S_. 'RTRRCT.. . ...... .............¦»•**••••••••* B* _BIBAXI 8. BISHbLL.............................

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

PITTSBURGH FEUULECOLLEGE THIRTEEN TEACHERS. _Builditigs, teachers, and course of study, of the first class, Superior facilities afforded in the Ornamental branches. Attendance last year, two hundred and thirty-sevm. Three terms per year. : ¦ ¦ FORTY DOLLARS per term, pays for boarding, light, room-rent, and use of furniture. Tuition according to studies pursued. The Collegiate yearbegins September 3d; second Session, December 9th; and the third, March 24th, 1862. Send to the _President, Rev. I. C. PERSHING, A. M., for a catalogue. M. SIMPSON augtl-ly President of Board of Trustees. _WARMERS, GARDENERS, FRUIT •_"- GROWERS, CATTLE DEALERS, AC, Will find the most complete assortment ' of books relating to their business that can be found in the world, at C. M. SAX TON, BARKER A CO.'S Agricultural Book Mouse25 Park Rnw. Vow Vnrir. Son_* fivr o _mMngno f«ht«-1_r UALSTED St _STII_.ES, 52 and 54 Murray Street, Ney»-York, Importers and Jobbers of CLOTHS, CASSIMER1S, VES INGSand every ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

• On Wednesday, November 13th, by Ret. J._T. Fredericks, tr. Wm. Vaseman Ridbilb to Miss Rosa _Pattzbboj_* ; all of _nthington CountyPa. On Wednesday,, November 20th, K Robeiit Coliy, of Florence, Pa., to Miss LimM'WWaw, of KrgottBtown_, Pa. I On the 4th ult., by Rev. S. P. _Kinkald, Mr. _GBASW to _IDsa iBD. On the 25th of NovemberMr. C. _HeKUR, oi forinKfield, Missouri, to Miss E. J. MoFAfttAMB, near JacKKlviHe, Pa. I At the residence of thn officiating minister, Rev. George _l_»J>ona!d, _Btfailsville, OhioSeptember, 17.th,, Mr. Isaac fcow.v, of Belmont CountyOhio, to Miss _MABCQA _Anst Mc-EinY. of Monroe CountyOhio. " On November XZth, at the _Mdence of the bride's father, Mr. _WASaiSGTOsr _NBtSOSf to Kb _Joanna A. Griffhh; all of Monroe County, Ohio. Bn November 2lstby Rev. J, P. Kennedy, Mr. _Aibxanbee _Kfov to Miss Ann Ltbiok; all of Indiana County, Pa. Kit Ailitmg' Mills, Ohio, November 17th, by'Rer. A. R* ¦inilton. Mr. Jambs S. _Marqoasd to Miss MARt B. Cavk-¦ijTemli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

News from the South , Baitimorb, Deo. 3.—The Old Point boat has arrived, bringing Southern newspapers, from which the following items are gleaned: The reported removal of the rebel Capitol from Eichmond is denied. The Southern papers are advocating the abolition of the elective franchise. The latest'advices from _Pensacola represent that the fight had not been renewed. The accounts say that had the fire from Fort Pickens been continued, Fort McBae would have been destroyed. Ho particulars of the affair are given. ¦ The planters throughout the Southern seaboai'd, are represented to be destroying their crops, lest they should fall into the hands of the Yankees., _, j A conspiracy of Union men in New Orleans had been discovered, causing great excitement in the city. Many (suspected persons had been arrested. _Louisvti.i.B, Dec. 3,—The Bowling Green Courier, of the 29th tilt., says that a party of rebels went yesterday to Franklin to arrest some dozen Unionists. The latter retired w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 7 December 1861

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS* J?OK Cartes De Visite. The _gntracrlber respectfully calls attention to His fon<raf»( _stjies of M_»otorr»_plt Albums,- which be has just received from the best manufacturers in the Xast. Photograph Albums for the Pocket. Bound in cloth, gHt edge, -with clasp, 12 Portraits.-.....„$ 76 « « * " « _« Si « .„..„.. 1.10 « « Morocco, •• " 12 » ......... 00 « " " •« « _S* « .... I.2S " TnrkeyMor _^g Htedge,Withclasp,12_Portrairt,1.60 Photograph Albums for the Centre Table. Round in cloth, neat title page and index, 21 P<?rtraite...$1 _,i -- .•"«"»<. « so « ' „. 1.76 « ' " ; " . « " " 48 •* ... 2_«0 f With clatp, SO cent* tach extra.} u best fur. Mor.Ant _^ witti 2 clasps, Z4 w ,_« 4_^0 « « « « .« « « _ge « „,6/)o «' « » " « « " 48 « ... 5_^0 «• « « " " - " " ohioag, 4" Portr'B, 7S0 u « « u i; « « « 1-2 w 9M ,: u « « « « » « _jjg « 10-00 '•' " " _" " _Square, 200 " 15.00 JB_9_* Portraits of Distinguished Americans constantly ou hand, and new ones ...

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