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The Plowman's Whistle.
whistle and Ill'coene C ye my lad.
The plowmpea shrill whfatke e ringsoutn'er the its,
While turning the furrow 41th heart light and
AM day ite Aie'lliThisWs.the,brig,haskaretto i titl:''T
Ile Lightens his lehAor wilh whistleteevt.
The blue !Ay &bore him, F like' tie& ewsgfing
breeze' : • ••••:;
Singing Softly end sweetly,T*2l 4 C . .,tist!;Vr#4
The flotrers at f ees look - up 1 soxiliirycludigop
All cheering the plowman alairig lultgied-Wieyr
rie plowman's shrill whistle is beard from afar,
It tells of 's heartfree from sorrow' and care;
gay as lark at the morning's.first dawn
He whistles , and, speeds the bright plowshare
He holedif tot' the Asek' amide 'that enreerolor the
gig arm' a ile' ° er 'ireagifritk,VgAirei„ 7 1 ,4
, • • 40 , 0 1 ,1 .kettesr..w r ei n; ~
The plowmen's ”ewm• mustie s t now *Votle.,•Jae
BOlinat, t•••• • • • t ;Wail t..i u •, . •
The Mt/a , birde.4Blol4 then,4loo l l4l4hlll0 .2 iati r
Till hi11ikide4 . 4,V04?.14144:9014 /8 : 4 " ..
The SeNs irstilVelpiling , irortibbseof ispgreene
And thlr - Finer-c l esnoe• beet the bright
„ t n.'s sun eheea;.
'And the'hiliaiilttliOiriingtesei the 'peetureePsh,
frei, , .I,al-. • • • •
And the aparren-b , llOlO 0: 11 1 01 1Xsoltihe /W I
The plowapps'A . ,o99,, whistle,, music moire
Than vi . ofln Ai1*4.n.W.0 1 0 4118 ,t;;; , 71t,c,
So joyou s ;iflit4l 4l lt ol ): fttle!),.l, itud
It ringsro'de , thilltland e theleatley&wwip.w....
The plowman' s . S . Veit'selitstl ( n 4 ,ll46. l ,444l . 4 : '
As oft on the hills . d.l I.„waye 004014 dtr
0 give me the plow . and
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gi g t s .ditaltei,
Phtlads!ph fa Offlea,ll.l
rromotrolf 'rite Thew Toiraxasrr.}: By... John . 21/,
berg Bengei,.acirriljps,l9l : Abe m*lttly,
brought out by bia•son,adi:Etrdest ligngel gdf
subsequsntly, completed by J. Stendsk
doXreciViif:adiraditlitiolr frimi" . 4e;clK
Seconds of 1759. IL, 006t 1 141.14;ti1e .
Cormentaryt'ob t4e , GospeTs adoordirir.to
Luke sad 6t.'3)lA;' ettegeorieud 90 , 41pni
ties. Translated by .Auelretora.filliASC.l3%;
pp. , 782: LE dinburgb ritvr. -811' Georre
We hare alreadyvdrawn the- Went/mut our
reader's tOitlis del f ebiated - donithiititistl;lii obtkiltl7
erable'le!'lgthl,'llt Our notice , blc.thillret
The second volume ie liefore*
every '1' 6 14 :
scholarship whickhaverbeenledp,olite74 t4 r i
partition: ,There are lOadixg.WOrks in,.erery
deb PertmeiCedt444 ii4leV 3 , lll 4a
nently,'"Notttiferite are so.fUlliestliblisnewthat•
it only tallith iVe iCtOil j ;6444;44 in • noticing ;
them, tO 0100 :OW el,CAii*#
which'iniirbe Offered to'the public:. • To4hischu;s
belongthe 'Works of Locke,.Reidi t and,Asmilton,
in Loili;' Plit3looll3lehttit?'
try; Ifenttinfikkldott, - among sitneemalifferipture
Commentabin&.l f ariltilieAiftsterii: 'Theol
ogy. i liaigaltlaa l btallifigliAltV fn this dig ;
nitied rank, and it o ! ,l 77 epsins for !re , to say'
this second volamesU
which ;o bee` riVcrerecfrad English byllialrydg
itor himself, and a ti'a high classical standing
a sufficient gnalapt,ClM4.o4blirtiWiAleli
he has difellitirietiltliedataseigfedtehhe:
Tin Sniinienses or Jastia - lii-4i.iitiOn . tia:fOi!
Cbrist m the .1;11 tit.
828. ^Elinburglin -T.- 4. T;
amil(qCdi7dma Co Philadelphia , S►silh;~
Engiithl:4, l .74ssB..;': • , ' .
43 .O ;.• ;Sj
a wonderfol'power 'of analysis. andcloseness ; or
ai.vment. the book: Aiii!grall4lo
present bra. ''.1111828 - it , a>Bti4ired.rils • safa;sily
in the-Studiat'undtKritaen i lankib
preeentramensiona: l "Tliblulect , its 'is'
all i p ortantlni the• °mats*,
we have iferaigied'iii i the
vietion was ImNtt:lhoMult!mAti'ofi l
Chris l ' i ?iiiiigT fi edOit 71 Y elic ir
they did; itiliwiisorruptiocj i n tiaoter or =attic
eoult not admitaißtilluiAa j ia..slo,
oneediditig" Air bill e pt.rtabe‘yote g llnptly o.:a-• The
late rEdviird Irving; bfAcidarigula i rder_tto 4)4!
wiry- the work, .IrefC*4o*.•l4olt...
Into Lei` iiigkarli i ;*";riit of tiirj: 6 44%,*l4olt
was to be found ' in all fullest innstatibtiiiAU
-by Ms-Spirit retigoiargs4 4 oiiir PW4 l *.*:
corruptions frgnit i bcpaltitig one batoluotuil triutial
grant& ff ',that ha oriel fie'd—the et , an d4rlutopitimi
over them; aid:thus 4ispiare.l:los tp3ur 3 to Rave_
11*/1 !;P".. 4 9!! Afne ll t
Atatieniaileo:AN ii.444, 1 1 11 9P+ 1 ,
whbuthibiti s ztpdto w i l
not lvittmellOgioo4.l4'it;libr.* booiy
as !I oOrlie di °o 3 7 e Vgrtim.ntfO i i oll-
te title &Orr - '
1.: 4 ,
Tits Pim!? NovlCOVer.Toilri
18584; 1 ggiteiip) . 4: .fregyferion Mow, 1884
Cheibsul Street. 1..1
.110iilTilii11 4 1610Att" orthicatiwcw;m2
Pol,9micl 4 0 !Act,eavatAri7v.
ooZaktg!iiirscloniiiiio pota•oncl! tondsaeler Mive
to 1 4°.)440
_....rid-I!)it.ak.',', l l4 l o l 9Yet''. the:
jo T ila,iiiit r irthrof 4ay, sootion , of•thrAUkniOh•
for "manlir i eaiOLaiiiijgjrhk
eeete4ooh*JOidannEnber are: Jci , ..lV 4 M
No. #l;eigd4ll.; ( th ese are auuderirart 4
tieleeirtitO A a tie&Vu to of the IkOisiri@gr
Geneieriiiii4olW494sB ; The ,Mose3e
,#4 l 3opnot
of tht:Creatlon, (84$)41tifi0 &Rd MIAs" of New ßooks.' • • '
„ „. 4r4 W • •Arn:::
CZ, • V Of V
` The' Dubliir 41faGif .'Pre* i iceettis thff f i,
the titmihs•of;theUytebhoio ß llClOnlin Paris
have rechitly fit-abed soine'ditrions, 84*•
g' on'" tobacco. Dlvidiiig the
young gentlemen of that Collegeinto two
pen:W-4We "itliiiire'm and mirk-. u obkeriiit
shimEttar thirstnokers hive proved them
salve's, in' the 4arions•oompive eiamint
tions fir itferfOrig`theftNot,ot4
the examinations . on saoheolosts
- the mmokerk in'' 144," ,'Vtirtrtil#4
'various ordeals^ that (tlisi:l4/4 1 #s,E9tig
through in a- year, .th 4 eAnersalotkol
. smokers had constanirfalfenTittlltiotint:
oonsidembly, while .the went whordid not
aronie ela t ed a cerebral atmosphere of the
e l o wo •
Yor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate.
Notes of a Jaunt.
REv. D. McKINNEY, D. D.:—Having
seen the Spirit of God poured upon the pee.
ple of my charge, and sixty.one added to
the communion of the Church in four Months,
of all ages, 'from twelve years old up to sev
enty, I resolved on making it` short journey
into the bounds of one of the " exsoinded
Synodal? and resting from my labors at least
Traveling in the mode practiced before
the construction of railroads, very early in
'the, morning of the third day's journey f t.
_said , to my wife, just , there • is . Capt. Samuel -;
which saved bimjfrom a
'horrible ,death by, the Indians:- Of-the
tory of the Captain, 4itnow hut little.,.cx
oept what is connected. with,ihislaringtid- .
venture. A very aged mitti,...Who formerly
,lived near (to. informed- Me wifewAlayar•
I . ajgo;lthaVwbreitile - wiii.s'';boNlieitnetii?liintw •
and .deedfifsetPhinPfe' :". , verf ) tol,'`.
'Aijaight i man, with. leeg,* . thie . /
black ; and When,
he plintetinirdieineil himetilf in the gaili . "
'Or an lii , di r in f -=liehi j often dressed 'when a'
,easy.!' kaiaeillis'alyearli',to 'have been
'on- 'Catfish; a swill etreallit' Wiiisbingtbi°
Connty,'Pa!' iteillitly Perigdinilie - setv
Ilement'sol-thit 'Coutity,n.lithibir Of
sus hod ifile TilbrOPthe Onialingte, 'crossed "
the:Olfitoirtireir,vande'riitirdered• number of.-•
, the - settlerifilandlthen Tiled' With their
Itira iihbit Capt. Brady, at 'the
;tunatf it 'Select sband , of riflemen' was in
.puranierof there andevertaking them. near
sh e die awn " camps, they in= ediately -wheeled
ntfillgtave him battle. As Brady had but a
few•men,,,and ;they : a. large force, and_ eon
'eed that they .would all be killed if - they
continued thefight, he ordered a retreat,,and,,
every man to save himaelf as he co uld...
thelndians were aequeihed and 'great
ly exasperiited at him for the chastisements ;.
he 'had Often inflicted, they selected him
from all the others, and the •persuit of:him .i
alone became general, and the ,race was
hotly contested., The Cuyahoga river was
just before ,him, wh ich , , if he attempted` to !
swim; he knew he ' would be instantly shot, I
There was a plane, however, where '
thexisier passed through . , abed of fiat, solid
i+oithe,loompressing the whole. stream into a
,the chial, rs eVdiktl i feet l tlooVelthe;thirfaba
.iOt wateri4 though much - .wider in the
main 'bed of the;river. • As _Brady- sp-.
preached this spot with which he bad been
InliMiti‘d, he sidiniened phYsleal:
pt wdrit''for. the effort in - whioh . was life or
and lealied - the stream at a single
'141244. Indianis,. after a momentary
itnaament'ai, the leap which none of them
could make, seeing - him likely to escape, all
fired it liifin,liTs`he 'was . still ‘withiwreach of
- their rifles; but he received no farther in
itiry' than a slight flesh wound. While they
were crossing the river in pursuit, the reader
need not'beinfortned that every/moment of
;time to him, was Valuable ) ;And; he im-
Proved'it. - '
= •If youAnko , an unoon-
lon have a : feti?".3iioinints'
eking boll' and' ifeenre heaven:" ,43hould you •
-'-Brady tin-several •milesdesiild - frota the
*hanr = iiiV i a:iien&ll, Like
. • •
name in:Portage : County , and swam n- :
, aei! weed•;:;ighere be * 10 . 1 14 : a •
, b*ithireglfilatse.e.W moments,.
'lndiatialitetrelentbding. on the wood over. r
-hini,:iiiid r iffefi?ffilliatit search ronndihe
Lake, rtheylitime to' the conclusion that-her. -
'was drowned, and. then' dispersed, and, he -
escaped. , They had intended burninglhim :
if they caughtrhim. -This is a brief history , -
of " Brady's Leap, " es nearly as the writer
new give '
Two hours after passing this memorable •,
'Met; we were in the-hounds of- a region in
.whiohCamiliAlliiiiepfkoe'made a grilic
When le bOy;receiving the first principles•of
an education near••this, I, heard Alexander
Cainpbell i end t his l , father, a very ',oldr : roan,
boldin .forth tO•ildiniring &ends. The
bnitbb 'of Ale felt d' ia#llten ivie, 4, It
teloklor 'anysme• to pray, 'Thy king
:4l4n comic • : takiliCkingdem ' fillY;eame
the - NdiarafTini, 41.05 t The. Sabbath day , -
wee not it mondifsneepta Believe the Bible
itoibe,thritird'lcrGod" and his Son to be
0 18- . 6 . 3 lTegriFok4;ltt°7o4#o4 l ,M9Pmed;
.Inimereioik in *regeneration. She very lit
.o4ietliielnlijiist rat under ;the Water; he
r,ebettres tlielergivenese - of all bas•sius and
gift'rof 'the Creeds and .-
C0010121 . 1A12 -- et Faith 'are useless and sinful
appendages id the. W•iiti - of God. . All de
t ,Chrietiana' are,,seots.,:'
we utilin have discovered. imm ersiOn • to die re.
lenerationiponetitnte the only true Church - .
•„lia ; ssliiieliiititio'et this wonderful and in,
desrenpon , oar. Creed cursed world; intl .
the•great ~Refoinfer the tifinittieltith.'
,e4otog, . beaten it 110y , 'n . 1 . 7
-arbinger, 4 and 'Ciiriiiiiinity.:Aestored;l 4 . ,
440 3 - ;./ee. ' When I heard,k l 4thOe.:Yrbticlfi l :
Jekkvfeeetitime to superior' wisdons, , b4 as:l
•:ares i -4 , r .believed .Capt' S amuel
Mini& it,lbotaarrtimes more anetees—
making ( Matt. xv.:4.41)
we'Ae bad n'ow'itriveled Sevente'en'iniles
'lrithant bteakfari4 ire determined to' Call at
thefiret publio. house on our way, and while:
0. 14 4 apthe.**l 6 : B 4 2 4ai, eedenVol;fd*Jeara
-44:worn in 'that region ;
ainLeiain 'eno r iighTin
tatiern: But lest I
I litil# lo /TititrAde - 1/P°P'l"! -- TIIRRa) Pr.', V,
shall storhere.for the present: -• • •
For the lieigitedii Balmer and'hidaoisitio.
'Pay er=lie eting.
,A selW,iiirkieffineeting , Who 'over'
he A rd'ofrik, wore; t ; prayeemeeting ? • Secr e t praiertie' Veeti t, praitticed by ihe peOPle;of
God in I, altlig'iskend was 'enjoined aB 7 lollAtir
among- Ole first 'lessons of the great-.Be ,
deeper- ,I:: : • . •
But, wkafraelsed)tefithitris.that of Arsecret •
progeassnesisik! each prajer-meeting
Fla lifillATOr Bl*i.mdlitbit; ( *Ort Tine 'night . of
each' weelipduriogithe last Fall isn'il . Winter,
111., by six. men, 'Who were riceprofesseis 'of
religion'; the time and place !,of 'meeting •
being iinktiosiii to all professedly4ious peo
ple in the neighborhood, •yet:kadwuleige
times:to Many- of: 1(1'1'211i:who gake
an occasional atteridanire• 'Tliii*..4/00:411.'‘
' Abd:, to , meet prom p tly Bpriagi•:einee
which tame one as
tiftp - berg* . the' PresbyteriaU'Ohnire_hy.:tir...a ... of'
t e•Methodist church, while the iemitnink
threer'are — bj thbUglitlek brit se,
rionsly attentve to the matter of their eatil's
eternatialvittioi. 'This; . then, is the result.
of • thiti• sebritenibeting for' prayer • 'half the
number Who* Vegan-surd kept it:up ere. re-•
joking in tike, ' ,uop s ,,hirth ; ,the other kelt,'
we trust, are "not far.from the•.kiagdem of
_ :J•Ba7 •
'ttr9j l i cr git:ticrd' iniith, - "whibli - lath 'heikijjr . in
her month, gall in her heart, and a sting in
THE PRESBYTERIAL tANNMAN AN D ADVOOXTE.
for itte tong.
Never Yield to Discouragements.
In a remote field stood a large tulip tree,
apparently of a century's growth, and one
moat gigantic. It looked like the father of
the Surrounding forest.
On the lop of the tree, for years, an old
eagle, commonly called the fishing eagle,
'had' built her nest every year, and unmo
lested raised, her• young. , What is remark,
able; this tree stood full ten miles from the
.sea-shore. It had long been •known as the
On a warm ; Sunny . iiity;theV n orkme we re
shoeing •au adjoiniiilif.fielthry-Ak.a.
certain hour of .tlief. ioldc'etgle.. Waal
known to set off iforthe ses--pider . to gather '
food for . ler. -yOuoier: :An
itirioed • 'with . .liet,Plews . the
workmemiontrouPded,. the; tree ;4. - na' by` yfrl
and booting,- and-rttornmiDg : ,E,49!).f.V.lo,,
soared ty6;pOr'btril Abat 4, :iber;dropied;Bse.
.fish, 'ana;;thisi•;,6o443 . o.f 4tr" in . tiltinifli; 3
The Men.. spool ,dispereed;,but . 7l4lo ! rxieeptk,
Est under. sibuilr near , h*,..tO .watch; and be
stow 1.'40 e*letg once
set pi It
„ STY shrill; so clear,
tgitl ll6 l , ;'s o :yvla u ,'ooo4't
Moyed...Tlepareirot'sl,Tul i iolaterk , tootry ,- !te:
Booth tliem ;• but Ihepr 4 appetites. • were too
keen,: ,144511 .
'Perched 'herself'' , on limb • Pear them,taulf
booked down-into the.nest*illi a look that..
seemedy;; 4 !'`.l.'..-knoirpet , what la'. do '
'next." But her indeOleibiLiiii-Momentary..
'Again she:vOiled %Orli : 44)0 - 00d 4nei n l . 'tilic
iiharp ocitele,- . aiiiif/tellingtheln to '"
'balanced her • body, ApreeClFOr.;. wings, and.
'was aitorstiopi:ltif i tke:.-tioc , "; c•-• '
Joseph nerr AetermiUed -to .see the result! .
His e;*iin oll o - 41F4 ::1 2 1 k:- . 0 ‘ 1 0i/W i ee:Call;$ I
OM a tier; ito tin 'sky, an d the n
disappeared , :She - wa..srv — ii(e, nearly, two,l
houni, aBoUt usual 'time , for.
weary ' lOw; in order.
to hive a heavier atmosphere Icy:Sustain' her, .
with another fish in.. her, Op,-nearkug t
the field, she , Made circuit arOundr , itto-' , :
see if ber enemies Were_ therulgain. Find
big th 6 Joust; clear,
her tree, -. •Iltoopingfaint,-4and , ,evidnotffo'i, -
nearly exhausted. -"-Again lie . up
1 their cry, which, as soon 7hup . hqd iy,the dis ;
tribution of a dinner'stieltssit*4 : - tie
cooking. • kink might edrritrei:
"Glorious bird! - tcried- , tie • boyi-irreo
ataxy t and . alone ; " what's:Spirit l"
can sin g .. More sweetly;' otbera 'ea* - . lsceam •
tp9re loudly; but whit:Other biid',VlAii,
persecuted and rolokil;.:*be,ii,‘3o.4iftiiid.',lilP.
couraged;-*hen siti!fir • , from. - the sea; Watild'.
do what thou haat! doner- I
• lesson . f iorii4hee ,yiiill- . tietref.ferget
'hereafter that when the spirit ie deteriiiiried,.
it can, do „almost, enykbilft" . ....others . would
have drisplitt the . niceowasd , •monTned- over.
:cruelty and sighed ever Hike
sots df'the''neetlinks; int then, by at once
xecoveryfg,,the.' . 'loss, baii.forgotten-411:;: : I
lier ;this and I t , will y set my merit lAh. I
• !will , try to do something, and (olio somethriiir
in the world ; and I will risnerltied to dis.
istritantotts: -. : — ;
Telegraphing. Contemplated r ss.•
. TelegiiPh Company is proposed, in
NeW:Yorit)which will likely be 80011 organ
:lied; to 'Corlett - not a line to 2HSViiiite...; The
Jointia l•of Commerce noting Aim: subject )
'masa the Company will probe 6` :or`gas=
ised"iri September, and addert" 7 " •-• •
The dietanoe'from Key West to Hail=
is Only seventy miles ,, and th - e cost of laying
'the cable, it is said, will be about 15500 a
foile. The cable will' be , of the "'three,'
threaded!'..pattern-- 7 that
lated conductors. The Magnetic Telegraph
Company have agreed
. to build a branch
from Savannah, to: Bey Week, so that
at.no distant day New York can be put in
telegraphic communication vith Havana.
vantages:of:: suolt,,a; line, to shippers
and traders in NeW Yotrand•elsewhere.are
'ton otTions to need pointing out.
I Tliiiiinti'.,COmpany . proposes to Ina Wired'
:Irom . Havaia ki . ,Cape Antonio; the extiOnde•
Westerly •PliPt of, Cuba -thence aPT9O_.$ l ):
• Yucatan , ,obannel to Yucatan , ,Aiipkitloit,*oablit
foity Where it will'oonneet r,...4
l aliwady lin& to the - city. of l Mexioo. .'They,7
to'exteind the wires from Yuoa•.
tan' to Telininteped, "otf the Pifelflo, .about
r foUr hundred .
ankepee ,*o ‘ Pan ma, 'Slant eleven bdiadred
( miles,Vaiking af!
fording telegraphic communication witit•the
'United Staten..nud• Ciilia - for the steamboat,
'an d railroid : , companies of .f>.„ilitu_ft ) :, ~, ; t he.
,steamboat company of Vioaragusi and l tn all;
!ships' tbet.may choose to send meting* from*
those , points. 3. :. . ''P' , • ' • •
' Lastly, this company. .propose• to, construct,
'aline from Tehuantepec toAantiago, where.
there , is , already a± line to 'San Francisco,:
three hundred „miles North. The distanoe
from ,'Tehuantepec, to ; Santiago is . not far,
'from• two thousand miles: The line Will
pees-through a country pretty well settled,
Snit Government for the' manufsdEure 'of
fire-aini6 to be its' iso'mPletifialtitylit
tb'e . a "world: mneket can -belttirrfed"lnitc
minutes •Gf the - WEirkiiiedii;'
from ibe -ran material; and the machinery'
.to, perfect in
„ivicryrespent, .I . tutt the
work is dnno,witli unerring• avottrany.;leie
believedithatin .no , department .of me-,
ohanio arts has the ,inventive ,mindibeen
erted with more astonishing ~or elaborate,
results.. To produce a musket entire, two
hundred and ninety font machines, and
ninety , five hundred.distinot mechanical pro •
iterates are involved. The iron from whioh
the barrels are made , costs two hundred dol
lars, per ton. This is_out up from bars into
pieces of ten , pounds weight and ,fcurteen.
inches in length, which, after being drawn
out to forty inches under nearly a' white"
beat, is ouived and welded on
ii4A is`tben bored out, and redtkiet
fi.orn ten pounds' to four and
half ititer whiiih it is polished with erne*
On revolving Wheels.
The Conference of mieeioniiries" appointed
'to' be beld io Ootacnimutid, assembled 'there
April 19,'and' was in.session fourteen days. ,
Thirty.two missionaries were present, name.
)y: five missionaries of the Church M issionary
,Society; ten of the London; two of the
.Wesleyan; six of the German Evangelical;
six of the American Board ; one of. the
'American .Reformed.: Dutch; one of. tbe.
.gfee;Chtirch of Scotland.; and one c1.:11,41'
‘ §ociety ; A
flte Mci .. dras . Timemaxs: !‘,'As a fqw : o t ifui
results o f t h is most interesting
Ofinfittinct, WO may enumerate the follow-
Missionary Conference in India.
ing : g 1. A , large increase of impbrtant and
accurateinformatioa respecting. the various
missions represented. Every missionary
present was sensible of this in no ordinary
degree. Its importance is sufficiently ob
vious. 2 . An 'exhibition of liras foal union
on all essential points connected with the
missionary wog( in Isdift and`,Of 'Christian'
esteem and loinatn.ong the Missionaries as
sembled, aid the' excitement. of increased
interest in each other's labors, trials, and
=messes. .3'. The settlement of many
questions'respicting 'plane of mi&
sionary-labor, so far. as the "deOisions of the'
!Oonfirenoerare - likely to - excite an-ibiluence:
Itis , believed that, had the-entire number
of -:missionaries represented. (Mut 'tiro.
hundred,) , •been present, the • resolutions
.frottld:liot .have been materially ,
Altered. 4. It may also be fairly anti c ipated
,that the publication of -that proceedings of
theieon fere n le ad' to increased interest
V the tifieibi . dit
bfy Work, a inereitired,efforts.
England and America 4n-1813. ,
' Thefollewiegis_lkona, the': London Times
cif 'March 13th, 18i,3 :
.dThe putiliei with learn: with sentiments.
which we shall riot presume to' antidipate;
ihrat a third British 'frigate hia struck: to an
141eriCan. This is an occurrence that calls•
for serious retlectionll,this,.and thalect eta-.
ted in ,our- pa,per, yesterday, thak LloYd's I hit
leonOties. - no tices five hundred: .Biitieh
veeselk.ceptured, in. seven., roonths;,bt:'.,the . :
•A&Pileig •-hiandreil to efehatitmen
and treerfrigatee. • (A.Ye, and,Ahree sloops
crinZthe Beglishipeoplaimarthern unmoveduf-
Any edealfho*hadvredieted , strahrfa
ii,i‘American war this time last Year,. would
hiire!beens treated vole tniadrien ore -traitor .
He WonlaihaveiAlierht 441111 1 ,iii tistojhlot Ode'
eondeacenditurio argue with'. him, that
lopg ere' seven months - turif • elapsed, the
AmerreahlitigTiehuldthave beet ;ilWelit`ltdirii
,the sea, the contemptible navy of the-United
:States annihilated, antftlieW hiitfitime arse
rendered it hear pfuruine.' .
to thia:iiiitintE, not akin'lnAliTiicati
has struck .flag..,,,*Th'ey insult us and;
laugh , at.onr - -iwantrof enterprise and vigor:
They leave - 'their pone< when they please, ,
and: return to . them when it:suits their cori
'venience,; they traverse the ,Atlantic their;
beset the West India.islandri, , , they advaece,
to the very , cliops- ig the Chem:t:lk they
rade along the tickets bf BouthhAmerioit
_nothing chases, nothing intercepts, and
nothing engages iheliiihut' to' Yield them tii-
Reeipts and Expenses of the United States
for ihe ' •
•i R!,6lipk <I. ;
Customs, . . . . . $63,875.905.05 $41;789,620 96.
Fales of lands, . . . . 8,819 486 IA 8 510.715 87
hitc.ellanec. us, . . . . 926 , 1 Y1 f . 98 1.254.282.77
Treasury notes, . . . . 23,716 300 00
Totil receipts for fiscal y'r, $88,831,513.67 $70;273,889.60
.11XlileibITUR 68. . , •
Civil, . ..... $27,631,922,37 $28,287,922.23
Interior, - .
War, . . .
. ' • 12528,858 69 ' 18,976,000 64
.014, delg. . ,603,21 - 600
Redemption • lose 01'1842, 516,63908.614 270.82
, Redemption loan of 1846, 714 013 28 28.409.00
RedeMption' load of 1847,' ' 1,000,00u:00 • 1,759 960 00
Redemptiou•loen of 1818,. • 898•150.P0
edeinption Texan :Moak, 143.000.00 , • =OO.OO
ere store of 629,353 24 38 78812
Boufity laud eteek, • • • 400 00 225.00
Premium on sto;k, . , 3R3.572 39 674 443,08
eat on public debt, . 1,678 265,13 1,667,085.137
Payment Treasury notes; 100 00. 8 889.800.00
Total expenditures, • • 170,822,724.85 $81,585A8711
It will ''be seen that :the 'reesipftr for. taw.
toms :are 'about Iyienkr two tidbit
the total for thei*iiiV i ni year. The receipts
of Treasury 'notes liffr,:iof ;calcine, to (Coney
borrowed, part of Which is entered as repaid
io the expenses 'when the notes have heel)
redeemed 'The expenies proper have in.
ereased most in the War and depart
which includes foreign intercourse -and all
miscellaneous lime' expenses; shows a de=
Lick tin Farming: '
.'There are feir words oftener' upon the
lips of . a certain class'brial:ceers, than,
- Smith ) is a .' 4
.lucky. (10 . g, " ..becriniise hiteiorn
never -rots; his wheat never Winter:kilhi, his
sheep never get into'lier, rrye;.‘serd; -his 'cowl
lieverliivide. his Meidowkoi '''Hie
'440 are better theil hisilisighbor's,"hii but.
ter brings more in the...market, and even
lie wife , sod children•have, a moremontented
look 'than' 'other. people's: Everything be
What` a iiieky man Smith
. , ,
,14io • •
w, the . fact is, linikite. nothing to • do
with Sinith's success inJife: If you watch
the•mao;•you will find that every result he
reachesiiranticipated and. planned` for, and
midi of his own wit and work. It lathe
legititaate t repard of his labora,,rd it.weeilcf
4tive.;, been. bed luck if it. had ',..turned.'oui
Otherwise. • His ,corn always , %ass nyitibe-:
canes' he always selects the seed‘himself,andt
hangs' it, Up by the busks 'in -the =gruitek.
where it is thoroughly dried.''' He does: riot` .
plant until the sun has warmed thii„eq}l,
enough to give the.., E gerna' an imMediate
'start_ wheet4eldsre, drains.
and the water tbat'ueed to freeze and thag•
•bn tbe;aurface, and throwJhe reels .of
wheat out and there,',now passes down
into the drains.end runs off. His fields are
, neighbotfe are russeti.brown and desolate. His
fences are in good,,repair,.and his animals are
• not made breachOftheliontinnal temptation
of dilapidated walls: His wifeiind children
are comfortably clothed and fed, and are not
ckept.in a oontin ii iiil-ftet ap i d,worex,bya bus
hand and father ,
.Whob'as so or en
ergy in his , tiip lin d place
~ for•everythingr i s.his mottopcarefully.earriedr
out: The shoemaker is , eilWaysddelled , ite
when'hier'serVidee are' ieeded,'stia' non vhf
his household.get , wet . feet
the luog fever, and znajip - the doctor's bill
of twenty dollars, for eyelike , a cent's worth
Of leather at the 0118 in the right
platie.:. • • • •
Smith' does lititlielieve in luck. He
knows that health family andabri ft
uponlbe farmepe. port,a thousand little
things;lhat many"of his neighbors . are , too
careless or lazy toieelt after. So while they
are atihe' tavern, or loafing in the village,
or running a muck-in polities, he is looking
after 'these little things, and laying his plans
for next year.:' . He has good worn' even in
the poorest year r because the soil has the
ext'dn' maniffelt ' needs to bring out good,
ledg4plump, well capped ears. .He , meant
they° eighty 'bushels to the acre, and he
has it, good measure, and nning 'over.
Talk to him about luck, he ru
say , to•you :
" It's all nonsense. Bad luck is sim
helix a• man with his hands in his breeches
pockets, and his pipe in his mouth, looking
on and seeing how it will come out, Good
lacks a man , of pluck to Meet 'difficulties,
his sleeves rolled up,- and working to make
it (Mine out right. - rarely At
'mist never did."
• Smith is right..' -Attendlto yoursbneiness,
land' ' a will'hiVe'lgeoilquiskAAMFra&
,6,3%1074.7 . 9, 8,051.923 29
19 1 61,174.'46 495;383.40
It is now time to turn attention to the
improvement of meadows and such grounds
as cannot be' mowed' in the Spring, on ae
count of the wet and heavy nature of the
soil ' '
We have much land in New England
whieh is unfit for grain and articles which
require much warmth to insure a good
Our low and wet grounds are usually the
best for hay, and now is the at won when
they sbohld be attended to. When the tit
land on a farm is' free from• rooks, it is an
easy matter'to nut in .the plough and =turn
the topse,y turvey in order to sow grass.
seed on , the furrows.- , • -
We find that numerous =farmers are ,now
adopting, the " new plan" which ,•we Com : ,
mended to their attention nearly twenty
years ago. Even the, New York papers,
which are often shy. of Improvements origi-
Dating in this q .rter, are now reeomdtending
to--their : readers the, improvement of late
years in sowing down, to grass the
areen sward turned up by the first 'of 'Sep
tember, and unfit to be planted.
Loa , lands that may be ploughed, but are
unfit'' for planting,- may be turned
••August or September, and Own 'doWn again
at'once without` planting or,sowing any kind
A top dressing is essential to insure a
gpod out of 'grass next season, and to guard
the,yonng bla.desiroto Winter killing. • Rif
'teen to twenty o„veartiloads 'per acre will do
.feru top dressing.. - •
We- advise our —frienda' to spread -the
manure on,the surfaee•as evenly as possible,.
Vortiotibe to , ..harrn '9i - most thorougbli r --iri4—
Aug*thet="manurer Its well as the harrow will
do it bY 'rep'eatea , ciogaings...ki ways= going
jengthwile'brthe furiows `on the"firschie
`rowing, 4io as not to turn Vack the green
After the first harrowing, the grass seed,
nay be RQsiin, but it is better -to let the iron
toothed larrovi do' its perfect work—diag
onally erosgiviee: 'before sowing grass
seed—then a brush. barrow will, do well to
'One peck-of good herdstriass is the•proper
quanti!y fur an acre; with two or three pints'
,of •redterr.'- No clover rite be sown so late
as the latter part of August, for it is too
liable =to .be , Winter killed.- It is better, in
ease elver is wanted, to'sow - it on , the our-
fane just -before tb2e" 'ennw"s
`then stand a better chance than wberi sown
`Mr the snow in WI areh,•as we sometimes. de.
The objectiGn to surface 'manuring seems
not to be so much dreaded - by farmers - when
they apply their menet. is `in Autumu
when Spring planting is:in questiOn. Prob
ably all will learn in time that it is possible
to bury their 'manures too deep.---Ma.ssachu
setts. Ploughman.- • ^ ,
When bequests are made to the institutions of the
Oburelf, let the following forma be - carefully' observed.
• Vegioles are often lost to theceatmaxbieti..the testator de
'Signs to aid, by a de fl ect in the will. Whoa real estate or
other property le to be given, letlt, be iartteulaily de
• Board - of Dfaineat le "MilastoOtio
To the Tr?mines of the Board of iffSms le Miesions of the
"Generil Assembly of tbarisbyte,,..rilltiaGhtireif in the Mit
tel btatalitt 4 Amerleafan% to tbehilluesessers and sesigne,
1 give gadik.qnaekla- he. 9f%., .. • „ (or .
,1 d-rise a
'certain messnag -tin lard, As.;) to be held'hy the
raid Trurteer , , il elf Pilr i score tor' ever to' and , for the
. uses, and nnder the dlreetio4 of the Mild ioard.of Donrestie
Mieisions or the said . General Assembly, .asoonling to the
previsions of their ehirtor. . "
Board of Edtroattais.
I give and device w the Trustees ot ,the Board of Zdtea.
lion'of,the Presbyterian Church in the United" States of
..otineries'thelum Of - to be kidded hy 4 saidleoerd
to tip -Education of pious and indigent young zuen , for
Bosid of Forillgn Mission&
• I bequeath to my assentors the mom of dollars
in trust to pay over the c-me in after my decease.
- to the person who, wh. ti the. acme ' shall be payable, shall
act as Treasurer of the Board of Foreign Biss,ons of the
- Presb)tei lan Church in - the tinlted'States offaixterica to be
applied 10 tbevises and porposee,of tatd Board and under
its (Wootton, and therecelpeofTheeitid'Teeluniref 4 atiall be
a fultand legal 'acquittance of my • said executors for the
Board,of Publlcsetpo.se. .
"To tbe Try' afeeii of ilia Preab3; Lariat' Ho a rd of Piblieftilon,"
and' to their aucceveore and avaigns, I give end:betfileath
tbe nom(or, t dayiseAcr,rtain nieeenage and tract
of land. &c..) to b e h- Id by the said Truateee, and tfiri coo
oesiore for ever to and for qmpio .1! MICALI a Alder the direction
of the said . Board of Poblisatin, ileetettilgtOthiprovisions
of the trehartet.• to:
Church Exteisalon COUnittifie.
The Church ' ftxtetUdois COMmltteatof the .0 eneral Assem
bly is not incorporated, but the following form of bequest,
,It is supposed, would be valid,
I bequeath to my executors the tMin of dollars,
in trite; to pity over the Same after, my decease;
to the person who, when , the same shit be,payable, shall
act as Treasurer of the Church Ilitensioia Committal. of the
General' Amem bly of tbe Presbyterian
.ftburch in thellnitod
titatei of America, located In the City of St Louis; MisioneT,
to be applied to the uses sod purposes of said Conimittee.
and andel its directions, and the receipt of the said Trees-.
orer Fh.li be a full and legal 'acquittance of - my said exam-
Itvoist- CITY CO NM EIICI AL
. .PITTSBIIRGH,TENNBYLVAIfLL: • •,
• Ofili-STERID 18156.
300 STUDENTS ATTENDING, JANIIAII.Y, 1868. ,
Nor tbe largest and moat thorough CounsArcial Fohool•
or the•tratted States. ' yotikg Men prepared Itiisattial duties .
of the Dannting-Rotim: , `',
J. 0.6 utTlt,'A.Al., TettEmor of Rook keeping and Science
A T.: DOUTIIETT, Tischer of Arithinitio:* . d:LObilist
J. A. HAYDEN/1E sod T. O. J:BNK1103, Teachers of Book.
kee Ping. • ..
A GlikEY ih.rofe..of pencninalai:
.. SINGLE AND DOUBLE , ENTRY .130u1( KEIteING. -as
mand.in every department of bnaloess. Commercial .Arith..
'ifl tie—Rapid littaintsi Writtog Detecting. Counteddt .
Money-4.1- rcaialle Oorrespondence—Uomme,cial Law... 4%
tnneht, and all other eut.jecte neo.aaary for the mimeo' and
thorough education of a pettiest boldness man. , .
pr:awn all the premium s in tlittsbUrgh for the .petit three
}ewe: step in Eaatain and Weeteiii Cities; for beat Writing,
'NOT ENGRAVED WORK.
IM PORT ANT IN POW. 4 TION
Atudents enter at anytime—No vacation—Time nnlim-
Rad—Review at pleasureruattates iiinitted in obtaining
glivati9P4—Tnitton for FeIl• Commercial. Counts, .fB5.
. mi - elibt to torah* weeks-110%ra, $21.0 aPerie
'^z.—,Stetionar:y. t 4.99 —Entire cost, $60'.00 to 170.00.• • •
afiniaterte sontpreceived at half price. '
For. Card—sir , uter—Speelmene of Business and. oraw .
merit") Writing—inclose two stamps. and address '
del9 tf F.' W. JRN *SINS, Pittsburgh, Pa:
NEVIN - 04 C 0.4 IMAM:IPA GTl:flit
T.tejo" BR9 - oo WHITS 'MUD, an LEAD, 'end MTH
A ROIL No. 107 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pe. JySly
SUNNY SIDE. lattiTLTOTB, ailiriWßUßO
PEICINA.—The founders' of this Institution have e -
cured the services of Mae. CaßtiLl Xlt L. WILLIAIB,
(witiovi , the fate. Rea. .41f:Yirillisma:) and 'tit
maned for r , the recption or yOnni ladles, on the' Pint
Jdonday (gic4d,) of May. ' ' • • -
- 'lt is tee d-algo of the Principal and, friends of this In.
`dilution to meta it all that could be desired In a Bret-elan'
&milady, fir the practical and theronghtraining of young
~ To:thie end, they have secured a lerge house
for a boardlog- house , and will have a large sehool-rbOrn
The Snannei Session WilPcOmmence on the Vint Monday
of ttley, and continue twitityetpe wesiks.
Pupils from a distance are exPectid to' board with the
prieeipai. who will endeavor to 'make her house a home for
thia, rather than a boarding-house.
Newburg lea pleasant rural Tillage, Mx miles from Ship
peiatiburg, from which place a hack supplies it with a daily
mail. Fare from the "railroad at Shippensburg to Newburg,
only twenty.five cents.
atm. Williams , the Principal of this Institution, le a
practical teacher , of much experience in all the branches
usually taught to our beat " /Seminarian, and comes very
highly recommended, both as a skillful teacher and an ao
All the branches usual id oat' b'eat Seminaries will be
taught, and boordlng furnished on' very reaacinable terms.
For further Information. apply to Mrs. U.L. Williams, at
Newburg, after: too Brit? of - Atirif; !or' to N. Hays ,
Shipnentiburg. , aplO tr
WHET LIB lifißTV'' 2 4llC SD &MY.
This institution, located near- West Liberty. Ohio
Cany. Va., will commence Its first Session on the 'FIRST
MOND CP OP SCPTSvi RER,18.68. It is intended for, the'
education of maleerand females in all the branches, useful
and ornamental; which are usually taught in our higher.
Seminaries of learning ft is underthe superintendence of
A Fi Rom, late Professor of Languages ILI Bethany College,
who will devote hie attire time and attention to its clodoot
and management. No effort or expenditure will be spared
to reoder this an Institution entirely worthy of the public,
confidence and patronage. The Principal has had an °a
perient., of twenty years as a College Profewlor, anti bona
Let accomplished itiettmotors shall be employed in any de
lin; location is remarkably healthful, and the surround
lug xmintry is noted for its fertility, and the picturerque
beauty of its:scenery.
The boarding-houselor females will be in charge of the.
Rev Wm. Minn, In whom the public eau have the fullest,
About twenty young Man 'cierii,e acccaritio-' ,
,dstecliwlth boarding at the house of the Principe!, and .no—
' get:tilling fitrtirin.. -
lars ran be bad by application to the PriatipaL
as2l4ll' A P. ROBl3 1 Frio/Val.
:MILLER EV' WORK. • .
- JUST PUBLISHED,
THE °EIJI BE OF TH -BE T EHY.
A. SUMMER RAMBLE AMONG THE FOSSILIVEROiIa
DEPOSITS OF THE akfililDNEL
With Rambles of a Geologist: or, Ten Thousand Wiles over
the ssiesillierons Deposits of hootland.
EY THE LATE HOLI_WILLER.
itno , pp' 52L Cloth, k 1.25. -
Nearly the whole of a - largesdition lefties work liar .bein
exhausted by o , ders, in advance of publication. Nothing
need be said ofit save shat it pesskeves tn. same fascination
for the reader that charactelises'tbe awhor's tither works.
: • [Prom the Batton Journal.]
"Its style alone would 'render it tharMing; hut that is'
simply the transtucent,rnedinm for conveying the, choicest,
beauties of rate scientific knowledge; P r accurate.' yet
brilliant Sketches each , 1 whose subjects stamps self upon •
the mental retina, for ,noole and far reaching views, and
warm healthiuf monitions."
[Veep the N.-Y. Evening:Post - 1-- . . '
"The work displays the great ,Geelogiefs strong; compree
liensive his keen iibeeivittioti of natitre.liis iekruing,
and teree4nd graphic simplicity of style. whine impasts.a
high aniejteenilar collie' to all Lib writings. -* * On"
the whole. we:think this.voltime.is likely, to prove Hie-Most
peppier of all the-writings which the philosopher of tint
land has bequeathed
us." ' • ' • • ,
„ From, presleyferlan.] • '
"The work bag a double_ charnitif a scientific tfeatise of
high" m and a gloicitignd Meet alliquesetly Wiitttti itar
•rative ottravel." : s , - •• 5,
[Eroni the Bestim C'tti her ]
" It has thiste - marked -and characteristic, merlin Arhialt ,
: have given to the: previous publicatiors of the slirmented
so*ldess oiroulatiMe; and se enduring poPidarity.'
Indeed we predict for tire pmeelit work, ale.nnusual degree
of public favor, because there is in it so much Of
deseription and' pirited narrative."' • . •• - •
„ [Prom the Christian Register.] , • ;
"The writers style has ainlo-£ bonnie 's proverb ; ' for
Perspicuity,' terseness and strength f ?whicktwith .his keens
,sentimenni, and , genial kninor. tea-,
part a.pecitliar charm t o all his works , and to' rione'reMrei So:
than to that before us." - • • .
[From the Eastern Argos,] -
"To all interesticlin natural itelerice,"arid Intrtieniarly in
Geology. the book will prove a -rich treat , ; .?! * Inter
woven witli,the acieotine information conveyed to tiplipUlar
styie, is theinteristing narrative' of his tours, full of kick
dents and historical allusions."
[From the Boeten'Tratiseript •
"if Hugh:Miller had written nothing:hitt this. sft would
be eutfudent to give him enduring fame as an original dis
eoverer in science, a profound tbinker,"&povierfistlinitgiria ,
cave Creator, 'and• a master of a most captivating English
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Hon. John C. Spencer
,(SAN , .A.,BIitrTIS, -I.IVIIISTAIIENTI
by all noirksellere f.. 17 c
WZBISTER'S SCHOOL' DiDZIOIIAID=II.
0,131. • • 111.8 &TB XCHO 0 L 119 BIBLE
.01.488/18; AND FAMILY' INSTRUOTI.ON—
Prof. Jattobrnes Notes on John, new edition.
" ' " Mark and Ltike,kiesi
Matthew, • ." -•
; question . Books on the same, interweavisigthe Shorts)
,Oatechfem. (1 , ''f . 1 . . 71 -
On Matthew, (With OateehiAnt annerlida ' $/.50 pee dos
On Mark isnd-Lnkit, ' = • " ' ; sash 1.50
or, the two volumes bound in one, 2.25 ",
On John, with Catechism also annexed,' 1.60 " ,
They, will be forwarded to any address, f orders be n 1
to - 'JOHN 001.131311,T8ON)V
Prep. Board of Colportage, Bt. Glair St., Pittab'gh. „
JOHN' S. DAVIP.CiN; "
, 65 Market:Ur:Pit, Pittilb!irOi
WM. S. 8ENT0171 ..., .
• 'llllll7/HC RMII6 id RICO% •.;
%.,/ The SUBQCRISERS have always on sale, an eaten
' sire stock of goods expressly adapted to thS furnishing of
OHUROHhiI AND PUBLIC INST,I.TUTIONS,.,
And. having to their employ es Peiienned Upluirstirers, are,
at all times, prepartutubt only ltiffirulah , the .dtmade ma
, Aerial, but to make up and fit whatever'mity be Weeded, at
'the shortest n..tioe, and on liberal terms. • .
- THE MOS C r'll.4).lfirlaN c ARTICLES ABE
MftREF.N, and OBRA ATI REPS, for Cushions. •
'MG &IR PLUSH and SILK VELVET, for Pulpit Cushions.
,OARPISTINO: Vstrwr, BROB/31[43. or INGRAIN, for Chaneeli
' and•Vestrj, or Session Room--Churrh.patterns: • , ,"•'
. (Chur‘li Patterns and Colors )
~of every the:
VOCOA MATTING AND MATS for .Porsh yeatlinGe or
• , Lobby.
FRlrto.33, TUFTS, GIliP, AND. TRIbIkETEIGROnmer.
COMMUNION DAMASK AND NAPKINS. _ -
CURLED HAIR. lb Rope, Picked, or made into Ombioni: .
.111.0LILANDSior Window Shades. .
8 - DORA thi & N LIONAI -Plait *, awe '
. and 18 Kurrayitroat .11avr,York..
.ftr Bl. ll It S A 1., AII D.lB .11C111, ;pie
the approaching loa &sales In Mils Territory:Hie - an;
dereigned hie been milting preparations, to locate land
•warraa,s, in the Omaha land district, for parties desiring
to invest in the West in that way. The lands in Plebs &aka
cannot be surpassed for fertility, of yoR, by any other State
or Tors-it .ry lo Lb* 17111011- itlilando . eatered by me, will
'be selected by COMPetent land /Lindner& • • '
Land intle.to .comm.nee.on., the ,6th of September next;
all Itin'ds itold'dierTeg the tiide; to be Paldtfor•itiArold-aftir
the sale, land warrants can - be ,Usedr• Letters of irrinii-y
promptly answered. ALEX. F. bI'ILLNNEV.
Omaha City; N. T., July 1. 1668.
Meetre, Winidow ' Lanier & Co., Banknrs, New York.'
I Metiers. Drexel s; Co., Bankers, Philadelplila. • -
ideasra. Brainer.& l llaltm, Batikere.iPittslinrgh.
Eioney, D.D., tanirgh. •
D. EL•Moffst, it „Cashier, Omaha, N. - T.
Messre. Orkan, Gardner & Co., Hollidaysburg, Pa. •
. Metiers: Befit Johnston, Jack & Co.; &Item - mai Pa.
Alexander BL•Lonin. „ •
JNILSEN di. 101110111& w,
• .03nacesior to Bailey & Renehawa
20S Liberty Street,
Haslitst receivedAtts Spring stock of thole( Family Grocer
les ' loolading
160 hi...attests cholcivOreen end Black Tees;
60 bags . prime R.lO Coffee;
26 do. ao. Lagivairs Coffee;
//5 lour . do. Java do.
4 bales do.. Mocha • do.
Iln barrels New York Syrup;
6 hbds. Levering's eteamilyrep ;
11.11 do. prime Porto Ricol3ugar ;
be bl.la. Loverlog's doable relinadst agar ;
i 5 do. Belthaibre soft ' do. • •
Also—,l3pleee,'Noklea, Sauces, Fruits,. Fisk Butper-Oures •
'Hams, Dried Beef, do., do., wholesale and retell. .
Oatelogaea fave,daba.l.sivioir an eirtendsd ofateek.
ITWOOVIIIDEIR 6 I 6 NIODLAIASAggir3arotaO
POINTED Receiving Agent sod Treasurer, for toe (of
lowing Church enterprises, In the Synods of PITTSBURGH
ALLEGFINIfY, WHEELING, AND OHIO, via
The General Asiernbly's BOARD OP DOMESTIC MIS
/SONS; the General Aseesibly'l BOARD OP 'EDUCATION
the General Assembly's CHURCH EXTENSION COMMIT
7 TEE, (St. Louis); and the FUND FOR SUPERANNUATEI
MINISTERS AND TUBER FAMILIES.
Correspondents will please address Ulm as below, etatine
distinctly the Presbytery ind Clitir*Trom which coatribu.
dons are sent ;• and when's rectipt,is required by emit, the
mime of the yea office aid COunty. '
As heretofore. monthly reports will be made through the ;
Presbyterian Banner and Aitoomteand tb e Home a ntl r Fttrefqx
• asiord. • J. D. WILLIAMS, Tteasurer, • • '
114 Smithfield Street.
my 24 PittsbUrgh. Ps
int It B.SB YT BRIM ft BOOK ROOKS.=TH I
Depositoly la now well furnished. wittrallithe Publics,-
(loom oilho Tireabyterlaa Board of Publication, and esOecialli,
with those that are saitable.for Sabbaths School Libraries
Then is also a : good trupply of,icearly 400 addition al volumes..
selected with special care, from the onlDcrcne publication
.of•the Massachusetts B. B. Society, anat . ! ^ American S. F.
Orders from any pert of the country *Ribs protaptly7at
tended to by oddressiug thrtsubscriber. Money inaybo sent
by mall at our risk
• Mop good inifoltiii statiOn47.4
anyty 10E14 ourAit Rising, 'Librarian.
, . .
mirTRAIE. Acansirr t • , vit
Tuscarora Vslley,Jiinista Minty, Pa., one-fortrili
raod.palle from the. Perryerille StatfOß of Pennsylvania Rai
The Summer elearion wilicommeekiie on Monday, the tett.
of April. Whole expenee per seiTion of twenty-two weeks .
for Board, Room, Tall lot 4 Wsetibig and Inoldi3ntstao 5; pal'
able one•Lelf in advance .
AV. See Oirenlare. DAVID WiLable,
marl v rrinniosl end Prriertetnr. P".. Rqvio.r.
IuxIDILIOIL AND IeNATHER,STDRE.
NA D. KIRKPATRICK & BONI‘No. 21 8! THTRD St u b,
wean Harker - and eheatnut &treats, Tfdladektibla,(have for
Dit 2' AND SALTEbtaidthirlif rttaitS,'•
Dry and Henan Saltoll.•Pstae!Xilek Targeteep 011, Tamr."
and Chrrrier'e Toalm thelpwel Ware, arid apaa the' be!!
to - tine. .. ' • • . .
erip- All kinds ofLeagtor .themgh wanied,foa.
eehtoh the highestmarketitrlos will - bellveti Waal, V [taken In exehring for 111/es. L,.tkn tared freoof charge
d sold on eicinnelestan.
• • GOItLD & LINOD.LN,
Mo, 59 Washington Street, Beaton.
A N D
WE, beg leave to call the atten.
• • tion of the Trade ; and more
especially the Physicians of the
country, to two of the most pope_
liar remedies now before the public.
We refer to
Dr, Chas. llPLane's Celebrated
Venniflige and Liver Pills,
We do not recommend them as
universal Cure-alls, but simply for
what their name purports, viz.:
For expelling Worms from the
human system. It has also been
administered with the most satis
factory results to various Animals
subject to Worms.
THE LIVER PILLS,
For the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT S ,
all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS, SICK
HEAD-A.CHE, &C. In cases of
FEVER AND AGUE )
preparatory to or after taking Q u i_
nine,, they almost invariably make
a siieedi and permanent cure.
As. specifics , for the above rpm._
tinned diseases, they Unrivaled,
and never known to' fail when ad
mi ustered i n accordance with
Their unprecedented popularity
has induced the proprietors,
torcuspose of their Drug business,
in which they have been success
fully 'engaged for the last Twenty
Years, and they will now give their
undivided time and attention to
their manufacture. And being de
terniirie.d that Dr. M'Lane's Cele
brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills
shall continue to occupy the high
poiition they now hold among the
great remedies of the day, they
will continue to spare neither time
nor expense in procuring the Best
and Purest .material, and com
popnd them in the most thorough
manner. . Address all orders to
-11B11INV BROS. Pittsburgh, Pa,
P.s:' "Dealers :an Physicians ordering froze others
than Fleming Bros., do well to write their orders
diatiaitly, and.' IL *Mita but Dr. inane's, prrywnwl by
.Fleriting Bros. Pittithwih, .11t. To those wishing to give
'them a trial,ve will-forward,
mail. poet paid, to any
part of the United. =States, one tax of Pills for twelve
thoseaent..postage,stamps, or one vial of Vermifuge for
foirteen threeaent Stamps. . Ail orders from Canada must
henowaiipanierthy twenty cents extra.
rains, ECLECTIC COLLEGE OF MEDI.
.*The WIWTBR SESBION of 1858-9. will commence on
' lSth day of October, and contione sixteen weeks. A.
full and thorough COllllO of to, ctures will be given. occupy
log six or seven hours daily, with goed opportunitieetor at.
tenton to practical A natomy. and with ample Clinical tacit.
Me at the Commercial Buckshot.
The arrangement of the Chaise will be as follows:
, T. K. Se. JOHN, M.D.,
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology.
4 . J. F JUDGE, SI D..
Profeoaor of Cheioictry and Ihermacy.
tt? •* ' • i A. J. , ROWIL
;•• Professor ofsSurgety.
C. E CL AVISLAN 11, M.D,
Phifetator of Malaria Medics and Therapeutics.
, WM. SIOIRWOOD. ,
Professor of Medical Practice and Pathology.
•i J.,lt 9t.HANAN,II.O.,
Eamarltas Professor - of Cerebral Thy tfology and Institute!
JOHN KING. M.D.,
Professor of Obstetrics. sod Diseases of Women and
.- . .
The Ter,ms for the Senior' will be the same as heretofore,
via : Matriculation, 5.5 CO Tuition, 520.00. Deamostra.
tor's Tieket, $5.00 (Every Student I 0 rtqui.cd to engage in
disiection one .suasion !afore alienation.) Gradualioa,
$25 00: •Tick.r. to Commormal Do nitsl, (optiomtl,)ss 00.
The Lecture SOOMIP. are newly aniebtd, nest and tom•
lortable,, and in a central locality (in College hall , Solna
Street.) , whera students will Ind 'it convenient to esti ou
, Tickets foi the strafon may be +btained of the Dean of
Me Faculty, at his office N 0 .113 Smith Street, or of Prof.
O. Cleaveland, bececiary of the Punchy, No. 131 S.eventh
Street, near Elm. JOHN SLUM, Dealt.
.IEpICHLISIAN BHT , frIPICEs CORIPLYING
- the earnest request of hundreds of their pit
C. M. Mall AND J. W. SYKES,
Have concluded to remain
PER3rIIfICIV r Y IN PITY SBITRGH,
• dad may be consulted at their office,
,NO. IVI . YELSN STIttItT,
- • • • °pros= SHE ST. CLAIR EOM,
Hay, (edoept Sundays) for CONSCIMPTIOW. Arnibu,
BRONCHITIS and all other CHkONIC COMPLAINTS sun.'
'placated with or MinsingPulmonary Disease, including Ce ,
tarsi', Heart / Disease, Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia,
'thisexitis: Female Oomirlaitits, efc.
DRS. PITCH A SY liMei would state that Colr treatment
of Consumption Is biassed njwin the fact that thedicesse taint
in the blikid and &yeti-in at large, both before and during its
development lii the) wogs, and they therefore employ Me'
ehattical, Hygienic an i Medicinal remedies to punt) the
:blood and .strengthen the s)etcm. With there the) UN
Medicinal int alations, which they value highly, but call se
palliatives. (baying no curative ellect wherrosed slope) sod
invalids arwear fleetly cautioned s gal ne t wasting the Preci °u '
time of curability on any trestxueot bared upon the planed
ble, L but 'false idea that the "seat of the disease cos he
reached in a direct manner by lobate lien," for n Wire
htatrd, the seat of the disease is in the blcod and Its cocci
only in the lunge.
Sir No charge for consultation.
. A list of questions will be sent to those withing to too
MD us by hAter , • tr
WR"'" INVITE THE ATTIONTIOII OP
the 'pubde to the
pIiILADELDIII A HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS STORJ
where 1"7".1?e, fqouci $ bug* assortment of all Dlidtird
Or Goode , required in furnishing r bowie, they car .
the trouble usually experienoed in hunting such artie.r
In various : places. In consequ,:nee of our gi"l l 4 r •
tention to this kind of stock, is the exclusion J. tire: e
and fancy 'goods; we can guars" Sae our priers and style ,
to be the 'post tarorablsin the ma. let.
'IN LINEN GOODS
we are' able to giro perfect =tie( setion, befog the oterEr
LEITAXLISILID LE can BSOB.I SS Car, and tufftn; heft.
for more than twenty )ears rein ur importers from 9""
tit; the beet menufretureri .0 le land. We offer ebio
large stook of
PLANNEIS AND Id usurrs,
of the bast
,qttalitles to be obtained. and at the reel
prices. Also; autkete, Mints, £beatings, Ticking'', / 4 '
wash • Tablei!. Cloths, and Napktr e, TowOIGeIL Di 3 P 6 "
,-Table and Piano Co' era. Darneekr and
roans; Lake ' Macho othit6i e, Dimities. 1 11 " / " "
ahhitses,Winaow Shading% le., k
JOHN V. !DWELL A SON,
' W. canner CKEBTNIPI and PSYENTE Sta.
IWPRIPAP • Pbilwirdlahls
J. P.WILLIAPcIS, • JOEF 309 „ i ttn .
WEIN TEA WAIRETIOUSIE —V ''''' --
LII SA LE AND RETAIL.—WILLIANS & JONNSTid i
114 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, Orefuly oppegte tbr
tom House,) have just opened a very choir. , selection or
GREEN AND BI ACR TEAS,
Llf the latest importations. ,
RIO, LAGUAYRA, AND OLD Also
GOVERNDEPT JAVA ddi'
New Orleans, Cuba, Collie FE,
Omitted and Ptateriretivu.
Rice, Rice-Flour, Foreland Corp Starch, FarinaTou ro , taG
den,biaccaroui, Cocas, Broom, Ertrs
Spiced Chocolate, Pure GrOund Spices. Castile, d`"
Toilet, Palm, German, and Rosin Soaps. Sup Carboy/41e.
Soda;' Cream Tarta; Nitre Fine Table Balt: PereP ti , a g
Lemon and Tinilla; Star, Mould _ and Dipped Now"'
gar. Cure d RaniS ; Dried Beef; Witer, Butter. Seto 5 "
8 011 Crackeri; Foreign Emits, ofer
' Thls stock has been purchased fort:SASE sod Ind
ed terkhoTrade end also to Families, at Teo ;Declare wr.
vanoes, from w hom w• rsapectfull3 onlieli•rbareof retroo
ITTSBUR ON WATER CORE SETA to
FLISTIMENT—Located at Bersvilie Reim O D, 1 P!
hittabiirwh, Ft. Wsyoe and Chlcego Rarliced boo tti'" .
River, ten miles West of the This Mantels:l el'
blues superior advantages, for thsuccessful t
complete cure or disease We would especially l
atlentivn of femelewrilho bare Voffereit yr.r",
almost despaired of e•er finding relief to our
went. We can recommend this institution to female sou is
era with greet.coulidence. as in our it rig en*, 14 , e ; 00h
diseases peculiar to their sax, we bay, bad Pp ro w
form Bootees. We will gladly give an tinnier it Mr
to those who desire it. Address tor. J 5114, titttourf",
E B trumßD, D, pbjfictio•
11.FREASE, hi. D., _
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VERN SE I AN Bleio
A. BRITTON 6 CO., ...poi
DEANUIPA.OTIMIES, k WHOLESALE OP '''''
N 0.82 North SECOO Street, &bore blarret, Ektogie_ lo . .1';
The larßert, oliespoeti end but wormed of PI Ae io ll
"'CY BLINDS of any other eatablishment ID the u
17 .11.10Araure promptly attended to. OM 1 11.1!
mod satinfy temitsityle.