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Philadelphia Evening Journal.
This is deoidedly one of the freshest, most spir
ited, and mast interesting to the general reader,
of our many exchanges. Nor is it afraid to let it
be known, that while it professes to be only a
seoul ar paper, it is at the enure time the unflinch•
ing advocate of pure morality and true religion.
We wish Its editor and his assistants every success
in securing the patronage they mei it.
I ADVEATIII. MOT.]
FLEEING BROS. SOLE PROPRIETORS
No remedy ever Invented has been so successful
53 the great worm mediotne of De. pre•
pared by Fleming Bros. of Pittsburgh. All who
have used it have been equally astonished and de
lighted at Its wonderful energy and efficacy. To
publish all the testimo lie's in its favor would fill
volumes; we must therefore content ourselves
with a brief abstract of a few of them.
Japhet 0. Allen, of Amboy; g•tve a dose to a
child six years old, and it brought away eighty
three worms. Ile soon after gave another dose to
the same child, which brought away fifty more,
making one hundred and thirty-three worms in
about twelve hours.
Andrew Downing, of Gra.nbury Township,
Venango County, gave his child one tea-spoonful,
and she passed one hundred and seventy-seven
worms. Next morning, on repetition of the dose,
she passed one hundred and thirteen more.
Jonathan Iloughman, of West' Union, Park
03unty, la., writes that he is unable to supply
the demand, as the people in his neighborhood
ray, after a trial of the others, th•tt none is equal
to Dr. M'Lane's Vermifoge.
Messrs. D. & J. W. Colton, of Winchester, Ind.,
happened last Spring to get some of this Fermi
fuge. After selling a few bottles, the demand
became so great for it that their stook was soon
exhausted. They state that it has produced the
best effect wherever used, and is very popular
among the people.
Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR.
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE, manu
factured by FLEMING BROS., of Pirrentraau,
Pa, All other Vermifuges in comparison are
worthless. Dr. M'Lane's genuine Verrnifuge,
also his celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at
all respectable drug stores. None genuine without
the signature of FLEMING BROS
By the Canada we have the following impor
tant foreign news.
The session of the French Legislature was opened
on the 7th inst. with an important speech from the
Emperor. The-Emperor referring to the existing ag
itation, stated that it was excited without any appa
rent and imminent danger, and after expressing re
gret at the disquietude, and pointing to his peaceful
pulley as a proof of his moderation, he proceeded to
speak as follows :—"To-day it is my dutylo explain
again what you appear to have forgotten. What
have ever been my &allege to re-assure Europe, to
restore France to her true rank among nations, to
cement closely the alliance with England, and to
regulate with the continental powers the extent of
our relations according to and in conformity with
our views, and the relation towards France was in
that spirit; that on the eve , of my third election, I
made at Bondeaux the declaration that the Empire
was for peace. Anxious to prove by that expression
that, although the heir of Napoleon I had ascended •
the throne, he would inaugurate a system which
could only be disturbed for the purpose of defending
great national interests. With respect to the alliance
with England, I have aged all my perseverance to
strengthen it, and found a happy reciprocation of
sentiment on the part of the Queen, and of states
men of every shade and opinion, also, to attain that
end so valuable to the pence of the world, have I
thrown aside all opportunities of renewing an arbi
trary remembrance of the past—the caluminoue at
tack dictated_ by. prejudieer. and even by the natural
antipathy of my country. This alliance has borne
its fruits. Not only have we acquired together a
lasting glory in the east, but at the extremity of the
world we have just opened an immense empire to the
progress of civilization and the Christian religion.
I shall remain firm and invulnerable in the path of
right and justice, and national honor, and my gov
ernment will not allow itself to be either led away
or intimidated, because my policy will never be either
provocative' or pusillanimous. Far be it' from us,
then, these unjust suspicions—these interested ap
prehensions. ranee, I hope, will not be disturbed.
Laven. = Loation s .Rattirday.—The London News'
city 'article says that paella assurances id Wiery
quarter are neutralized by warlike Preparations on
the continent. The Times says the accents from
Turin are megarded with anxiety. The News trays
an extensive system of fortifications had received the
sanction of the Government. The plan ponnists in
the erection of fortifioations at - intervals ailing the
Austp-ja.- 7 lt is said that Austria has consented to
withdraw from the }Leman States, on oonditioft that
France will do the same.
Russia.—lt was stated that the Russian army will
shortly 'be concentrated on the Austria-Galliela fron
tier, and that the tone of the Russian Journals to
wards Ausitia is daily becoming more severe..
Persia.—lt was reported that the 'population at
Herat bad expelled the Euglish Commissioner.
India.—The China and India mails are on board
the steamer armada. The Governor General of India
had issued a proclamation disarming the whole of
upper India. Small fortifications will be erected at
every station in the north=west, so as to render the
seizure of the treasure simultaneous, and the massa
cre of the Europeans difficult and dangerous. The
rebels are hopelessly subdued.
Now Yens, March I.—The steamship City of
Baltimore has just - arrived, with Llierpool dates
to Wedneeday,•tbe 16th, four days later than re
ceived by the Canada
The war question is .unohanged, and rumors
continue, but the fears of war are apparently
A Convention Called
Al ter conference , on the subject, the madereigned would
hereby invite their briithren of the Presbytery of Alle.
iiitenY (ministers end eldersi) to meet in the church of
Concord, on Tueeday, the 15th of March next, at I . o'cl , mk
P. al., for mutat consultation and pre - yer,ciii thaSubject of
the revival of God's work, and the promotion of the cause
Brethren otother denominations are also' cordially in•
Vited „to participate in the exercises. It is designed to
spend abopt two days In the Convention.
Ministers who can. are desired to remain and preach till
the close of the week. JOHN 0011LTE1t,
Washington College, Pa,
The examinatlon.of the student' of Weehingtou College
will nnomenoe oa TOSIISDAY, the Bth of March, at 9 o'clock
A. ht, and clam on MONDAY, the 14th:
The Committee of Examination for the titynod. WO. IRei.
B, V, Dodge, Rev. R. G. Coming°, Rev.'''. R. Dundee, and
Rev, John Moffat.
The Committee for the Board of Trustees are: Rev. Dr.
Campbell, Rev. Mr. Eagleson, J. H. Ewing, lesq., A. W.
Aebecon, Esq., and Dr.'rerSeggill. •
The Board of Trustee" meet on Tuesday, the jl6th of
March, at 2 o'clock P. M. - TROB. MORIONNAN,
Secretary' Board of Trustee&
BERN. 'WINSLOW. an experlettoed Nurse and Fe.
mule Physician, has a Soothing Elyrop for children teeth.
lug, which greatly facilitates the 'process of teething, by
Noftening the gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay
all pain and regulate the hovels. Depend upon it, m)th
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your Wants, Perfeotly safe is all osies, See ,advertiot•
P. P. P.
PARK'S PRICKLY PLASTERS
They soothe pain ; protect the chest; they eared the
congulated impurities and .iorenees from the system, end
impart strength. They are divided into sections, and yield
to tt a motion of the body. Being porous, all impure ex
cretions pass off, and they cannot become offensive, hence
ran be worn four times longerAban.any other plaetere, and
are deeper at 26 cents thou ottani at IQ. Where these
Plasters are, pain cannot exits. Week persons public speak
ers, delicate females, or any affected with side, cheat or back
pains, should try them. You will rhea know what they
are. They are a new feature in the science of medicine.
AU Druggists hare them. Tate no other. Each Plasttr
bears I% Medallion Stamp and our Signature.
BARNES & PARK,
13 and 15 Park Row, New York.
Also, LYON'S MAGNET/0 INSECT POWDER
Tie PRESBYTERY OP ERIE will meet at Meadville,
Pa , en f be Second Tuesday (11th day,) of April, at 7 o'clock
P 31 Statistical Reports, Narratives of the State of Reli
gion, and Commissioners' Pund, will be called for
S. J. M. EATON, Stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTERY OF BLAIRSVILLE will held its next
elated meeting at Johnstown. on the Second Tuesday of
April, at 2 o'clock P. M. Statistical Reports, Congrega
Donal Settlements, and Narrotises on the State of Religion,
Will be called for from all the congregations. During the
Sessions of Presbytery, a SetlXlol3 wilt be preached, by the
Rey. Joseph Smith, D.D., on the subject of Early Piety.
JAtIKS DAVIS, Stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTERY OF lOWA. stands adjourned to meet
at Libertyville, on the First Tuesday (sth day,l of April. at
2 o'clock P. M. The churches are reminded of the Injunc
tion of Presbytery, to send up their Seselonai Records for
correction and approvaL T. hTEARNS, Stated Clerk.
the PREMITTRRY OF SOH tfirLSR will meet in Quincy.
111, on Tuesday, April 12th, at 2 o'clock P. M. Stathttoal
Reports, Commissioners' vends, and evt ry member will be
expected. TllOB.. S. VALLI, Stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTERY OF REDSTONE will meet at RAO
both, on the Second Tuesday of April, at 11 o'clock A. M.
From all the churches, as well vacant as those supplied,
written reports of congregational settleMents with pastors
and supplies, statistics of membership and benevolent
operations, contributions to Commissioners' Pnnd,and Nar
ratives of Religion.. are required to he forwarded.
By order of Presbytery.. JOBB AVOIANTOOS, B. O.
toThe PRESBYTERY OR DES MOINES stands adjourned
at most at Albin, on the Second Thorsday (14th) of April,
7 o'clock P. M. J. M. MoNLBOY, Stated Olerk.
February 3d, at, the residence of the bride's father, by
Rer. B . M. Wallasey 'Mr JACOB WBATilt," of Smithfield, Pa.,
to Miss' Salida 'PAGGAIrr, of Fayette County, Pa. Feb. 22d,
Dr. Eta A. WOODO, of Fakin, Allegheny County, Pa, to
Miss ELIZABETH ROPKIN3, of West Brownsville, Washington
December 14th, by Rev. S. M. M'Clung, Mr..TOBIPH L.
M'Otirrnxii. of Patton Township,to Miss MAIIGAIUM MARTIN,
or Plum Township. February 24th, Mr. JOSEPH GIBSON, of
Robison Township, to Bliss Neiman J. MITCHEL, of Plum
Township, Allegheny County.
On the 15th inst, by Rev. John Thomas, Rev. CHARLES FL
PARA, of Chllisguague, to Miss Mummy J. Lowitv, of Derry
Township, Montour County, Pa.
DIED—At IVoodbull, Henry County, Illinois,
Feb. 21st, 1869, Mrs. RBBECIIE A. BARTON,
daughter of Win. McConnell, formerly of Juniata
County, Pa., in the 25th year of her age.
DIED—In Dayton, Ohio, on the 12th of Febru
ary, 1859, of pneumonia, Wm. MoGuarsy STEW
ART, son of Dr. W. W. and Mary McG. Stewart,
aged 8 years, 9 months, and 22 days.
The deoeaaed was a child of rare promise. Ae
was the light and joy of the little family circle
whence he was taken. But God wanted him, and
removed him to that better home, where he is
now engaged in singing the praises of him, "who
gathereth the lambs with his arm and carrieth
them in his bosom."
Drart—At Landieburg, Pa., Feb. 19th, Mr.
SAMUEL HOLUM; NIBLOCK, in the 23d year of his
This dispensation of Providence is mysterious.
Mr. lliblook graduated at Jefferson College, last
August. During his last year in College, he, as
we have good reason to believe, became the sub.
jeot of regenerating grace. In October, he en
gaged in teaching, in an Academy at Washington,
Ohio. Just when he seemed to have . fairly en
tered upon a life of usefulness, of which he gave
promise, his earthly career was speedily brought
to attend. But his, sun, went not ,downin dark
ness. His faith. as firm. His hopes were bright.
His end was pose°. At home, where he was best
known, and doubtless wherever he went, he was
much beloved, and his memory will long be kin*
Dran---On the 19th nit., in Clay 'Township,
Fayette County, Pa., Mrs. &nem GRIFFIN, in the
76th year of her age. -
More than twenty years ago, under the minis.
trations of Rev. J. Stotteroad, the deceased con
nected with the Presbyterian church of Union
town ; into which she was followed, shortly
after, by five daughters, three of whom went to
glory before "her, and two still survive to adorn
their profession. In the character of the de.
parted, the softer graces of Christianity, viz.,
,meekness, patience, humility, submission, Ste•,
shone forth with peculiar lustre. She was "an
Israelite indeed." Pending a widowhood of
thirty three years, attended with manifold bodily
infirmities and severe domestic bereavetnent, her
faith never staggered, nor did her patience sag,
her resignation falter, or h r heart yield to fear.
The severest paroxysms of pain failed to extort a
single impatient utterance. The last word, faint
ly quivering on her departing breath, was the
dear name of Jesus ; " then sweetly clasped him
in her arms, the antidote of death." Having
slept in Jesus, she awoke in glory. S.
DlED—Near Pleasant Unity, Westmoreland
County, Pa., on the 19th of January last, Mrs.
ANN GIFFEN, Wife of Mr. John Giffen, aged 42
years, 6 months, and 11 days.
Mrs. Giffen was the mother of ten children,
eight of whom still survive. The youngest was
laid with its mother in the same grave. At the
age of seventeen Mrs. G. united with the Preeby-
Wien church of Mt. Pleasant. She was a woman
of good mind ; well informed on various subjects";
of warm affections and kind and benevolent dispo
sition; a devoted wife and mother; modest and
retiring, yet firm and decided in the principles of
her action and the discharge of her duty; she
had a particular regard for the truth, loving it
for its own sake, always speaking it herself, and
abhorring the least_departure from.it in others.
She loved the Sabbath, the sanctuary, and the
Scriptures, the family altar, and the place of
secret prayer. She was constant in her attend
awe upon the means of grace. Her heart yearned
for the salvatioh of her children, and for the uni
versal extension of the Redeeiner's kingdom. In
all that pertain to the cause of Christ As took a
deep and lively interest, carefully watching the
loadings of Providence, and the progress through
the world of Gospel truth. In her illness, which
lasted about three weeks, she was calm and re
signed. No murmur escaped her lips. The prom
ises were precious to her soul, and Jesus was her
friend. In him was all her hope, and on his
almighty tam she lenhed ae she passed away. To
her surviving husband and children; to the church
of which she was a consistent member; to the com
munity in which she lived; and to the world at
large, she leaves the testimony that a Christian
life is the proper assurance of a peaceful death.
W. F. KEAN,
R. B. WALKER,
Dran—On the 21 inst., at the residence of his
father, Rev. Joun Dorrance ' at Wilkesberre
Pa., Mr. BENJAMIN CHASE Homilies, in the '
twenty seventh year of his age. •
When a student of Nassau Hall in 1848, he was
the subject of renewing grace, and became an
humble follower of the Lamb. After graduating,
one year of his life was spent in teaching as
Principal of the Academy at East Hampton, Long
Island; two years nearly in a corps of civil en
on the line of the North Pennsylvania .
Ralfroad, Lehigh Division, under William Meet, STRAWBERRIES.
MORE MAN ONE lIIINDR YAMMERS, embracing
Esq., and two years at the Theological Seminary,
nearly all the Foreign ' end Wati g ve D ldnds, both old and new,
Danville, Ey. 11l health prevented him from ; worthy d r o w s ;LP BO
VO 'S pe M r E tti L ea nca d
completing the prescribed course of instruction at 50 cents
; Ilre t T e t % ca i r r e ue ht t i o s be ft e m n e ta i tn i t procure and preserve these
e r n e v iv c a l fra g n s td ul eret. •
under Professors whom be highly esteemed, - with
rent! l on application,
somociat es whom he dearly loved. The Winter of
Address n J. KNOX,
1856 he spent in Mississippi. In July, 185 i, he Thic 478, Pittsburgh, Pa.
: - .r.HE i .P RE 813 YTE MAN BANNE li. AND - .ADVOCATFA
was licensed by the Presbytery of Luzerne.
After preaching a few weeks very acceptably in
several congregations of the Presbytery, his
health having apparently much improved, he ac
cepted a commission from the Boat d of Domestic
Missions, and labored as a missionary in Minne
apolis, Minnesota, throughout the Winter of 1857
8. By his instrumentality a Presbyterian church,
having previously but little more than a nominal
existence, was resuscitated. invigorated, and by
the good providence and grace of Cod, enabled
en his leaving it in the Spring to call a pastor,
under whose efficient ministry it promises to be
come a strong cmgrevtion. But his work was
ended. Returning to the home of his youth, be
gradually sunk down to death, and has now gene
to j.,in a sister and two brothers, who, with a
short interval between, preceded him to the
grave ; all victims to that dreadful malady, pul
monary consumption. "They were lovely in their
lives, and in death were not long divided."
"Even so, Father, for so it seemed good in thy
sight ;" BO let it seem in ours. J.
[True Witness please copy.]
DIED—On the 6th of February, 1859, of pul-
monary diiease, in Derry Township, Miss ELIZA.
JANE BELL, aged ntput 31 years.
The deceased made a profesion or religion when
very young, having connected with the Unity
Presbyterian church when it was under the pas.
toral care of Rev. Peter Haesinger. She has ever
been reckoned, among the most humble, zealous,
exemplary, and useful members of the church.
As a Sabbath School teacher, as a warm friend
and supporter of missions, and in her charity to
ward all Christians, her benevolence to the poor,
and her upright, watchful, prayerful life, and in
her patience, and entire resignation to the will of
God dttrinOer last sickness, and her peaceful,
happy and triumphant death, her piety shone with
a steady brightness and heavenly lustre, which is
not often surpassed here, in this imperfect state.
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WANT/DD.—A MEMBER OF THE
Western Theological Seminary, of several years
experience In teaching, wiebee to obtain a situation as
Teacher. Is competent to instruct In the higher Englieb,
Mathematical. and Classical Departments. To commence
the Bret of April or May. Address
nas&.3o '" BOX J.," Allegheny City, Pa.
WANTED -11 SITUATION AS TEACHER
of auchnt languages, or higher Mathentivics, by a
graduate of a Bret-class University, and one who has had
some experience in teaching. Address "BOX NI,"
mad at* Allegheny City, Pa.
HOLLOWATM PILLS AND (OINTMENT
: act. mutially . and in perfect unison upon the In
.ternal and *sternal ailment* Incidental to the human fem.
The former is a powerful antiseptic and anti billow
agent, as the latter le unequalled in the cure of eruptions
and all cutaneous disorders.
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cad by ail Draggles, at 25e., Rte., and al per box.
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TEW 73ISIGIFITorif VE4IRALF , SONANARY.
PROP. R. CORBY, A. Y. Principal, assisted by a full
corps of experienced professional Teachers.
This Institution, which is now organised on the Calm.
sity plan, affords facilities for the critical stiffly, of all the
branches that pertain to .a refined, liberal, thorough, and
practical education; It embra ea five Departments, 'VIZ
Normal, Scientific, °lamina', Ornamental, and the Depart
ment of Biblical and Sacred Literature. These five depart
merits constitute a complete course. and are so arranged
that two or more of them can be carried on aimultaneonaly,
if desliable• ' as, for example, the Normal- and the Oran.
mental, or the Scientific Laud the Classical. Each pupil,
upon completing the prescribed course in any of these de
partments, and standing a satisfactory examination there:
on, will be awarded a Diploma for that departmert, setting
forth specifically all the branches tnerein taught; and each
pupil standing such examination in all the departments,
will be considered a reviler graduate of the Institution.
The course of study in this department, although limited,
is very thorough, and well adapted to the wants of pupils
who wish to remain at school only a few Heselosys to study
the Common, in co - nexion with the Ornamental branches,
It also constitutes a complete course for young ladies who
wish to qualify themselves for teaching.
• SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT.
This department comprises a fall course in the Mathe
matical. Mental, and Physical Balances, all arranged in their
natural order of sequence, and illustrated by a superior ap
This department is devoted to the study of Ancient and
Modern languages. Classic. Literature, &c. Pupils can
graduate in this department without completing all the
studies in the prescribed course ; but , in that ease, the bi
ploma will exhibit only such branches as Way barest ladled
This department embraces Prawing,,Sketchicg, Painting,
in all its varieties, Ornamental Ponumnship. Vocal and In
strumenlal Music, and Compositian in 'Music The Di
ploma for this department will exhibit only the branches
studied, with the degree of progress in each
DEPARTMENT OF BIBLICAL AND SACRED
The course of study in this department embraces an In
troduction to the Study of the Scriptures, and an Analyti
cal Ontlima of their Contents, Natural Theology, Biblical
Archreology, Sacred and Ecclesiastical History, Evidences of
The SUMMER SESSION of tbis inetitntion Will open on
The First Monday of April. •
For Circulars containing Course of Study, Terms, ke.. ad
dreerthe Principal. ma6•tf
SM AL L IT'ItttITS•
Raving paid !venial attention to the cultivation of
email fruits, and spared no pains or expense to procure
everything of theltind rare and valuable, lam now pre
pared to furnish. in large or email quantities, on reasonable
tertne, the followirg varieties;
NEW ROM:MLLE, OR LAWTON.
'50,000 strong and Vigoro6B plants of this superior 'variety,
at the following reduced prices:
100 Plante, slo.ooi 20 Plants, $4OO
40 do , 0.00110 do., 2.00
80 do., 5.001 4 do., 1.00
Circulars. giving information as to management of plants
and general cultivation, will be forwarded to all purchasers.
DORC aEST ER
A very king, beautiful, sweet berry, and abundant
bearer. Highly esteemed.
NEW 51. 0 .8 THORNLESS
Prized on account of its comparative freedom from thorns,
and its abundant yield or excellent fruit, though not so
largo as the first two varieties Prices same.
BRING/XS ORANGE. $2OO per dozen (V ASTOLFP,
RIVER'S LARGE MINTED MONTHLY, KNEVETVB
GIANT, HUDSON. RIVER ANTWERP, RED ANTWERP.
and YELLOW ANTWERP, at $l.OO per dozen, end $5.00
This Institution ix located In tho quiet and healthy
Tillage or Elayaville, Ohio.
During the last 3ear, there were
OVER TWO HUNDRED STUDENTS,
Male and Female, in attendance.
Diplomas are awarded to Young Ladies who finish the
Course of Studies lard down its the Catalogue.
TUITION, FOR SESSION OP FIVE MONTHS.
Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Orthography and '
Book-keeping, • • - • - - $ 800
Algebra Geometry, Trigonometry, &a.. Philosophy, .
rhemistry, Astronomy, Botany, Phistotegy, and
Latin, Greek. Germ -n, French, Ppanish, and hall a,
including all other SI udies, - - • 10 00
Music, on Melodeon and Piano, at modetate charge.
Students admitted at any time and.eharged only for the
parid of their attendance
The following advantageous Terms are offered: For
Seventy-foul Dollars paid in advance, a _Student shall re
ceive good Hoarding room furnished with be dstead, table,
chair, stove, fool fin- room. and Tuition in any of the above
branches, for two Sessions of five months. Or, for from
thirty seven and a halt to thirty eight Dollars, paid on the
20th of April, all the above items will he futnished for the
Summer Session of live months. Students (furnished as
above,) paying monthly, will be charged Two Dollars per
week. Two Students will oenipy one room, and furnish
their own bedding, which they can easily bring in their
trunks Many Young Laales,and Young Ladies with their
Brothers, prefer to board themselves; such pereUns can
rent goad rooms for One Dollar per month.
ina6 8t S. DEIFENDORY, Principal.
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The subscriber is now removing his large stock of .
MISCELLANEOUS AND THEOLOMAL BOOKS, to the
roomy, itht, and well-furnished store,
NOI 93 WOOD' STREET,
CORNER OF DIAMOND ALLEY.
Having increased facilities for business, 118 regirds space,
light, location, aud help, he would now invite the iitientidu
of book-buyers to the new - store. With, adequate' encour
agement, itwilrstill be his aim to bare s in eh reepects,n
for Pittsburgh, its vicinities and vieitors,.where friends and
custemem may either find what they need, or be supplied
at short notice. -
Bis torespondence enables him to take commission for
British, French. and German Literature,, of any kind. -
Libraries will be selected, if it is desired. .
He believes his terms, considering frelitit,' exchinge, and
time, to be more favorable to the buyer than Eastern, and
he will duplicate any Boston, New York, or Philadelphia
bill, with the addition of freight. -%
American Books sent bi mail, free of postage, on receipt
of advertised price.
Gorrespondents who have been neglected for the past
week or ten days, will please make necessary allowances,
and expect, hereaftef, prompt attention.
JOHN S. DAVISON,
93 Wood Gtreet, .Pittsburgh, Pa
Ew _ A 11,R At. 01' PIA N S:.
NEW SCALE 6 AND, 7 OCTAVE
CHICR;TIRING - PIANOS
The subscriber has just received, direct from Boston;
the FIRST SUPPLY of the NEW SOALE 61.COCIYA , ,v1
°BICKERING PIANOS, to which the attention of par
chasers is respectfully invited These are in addition to a
superb lot of the seven- octave new scale first class
Pianos, received from the manufactory of CHICK ERING
& SONS, all of which are supplied to purchasers at Boston
Factory prices, delivered at Pittsburgh free of the espouse
of freight or risk, and, every instrument WARRANTED.
The improvements recently made by ()bickering A Sons,
in their (wren octave rstelass Pianos, have been most suc-
cessfully applied to their new 6 1 4 octave Pianos, a class of in
struments inteudod to inset the wants of purchasers of
moderate means. The improvement consists in a complete
change in what is called the 'SCALE, being 'a r radical
change throughout the entire _Pianos.
All s'e Piano now on hand, from the same firm, WITH
OUT VIE ISIPROVEHENT?. AHNOUNORD Amon, will
be sold at a -
DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT
The price of the new -ale 014 octave Pianos will be from
$250 to $3OO, and of tho 7 octavo new ;male, from $B5O, to.
$7OO O according to the style of exterior:
The sabscriber'has also the exclusive ageney in this city
for the sale of
Melodeons and Organ Harmoniums
The Melodeons and Organ Harmoniums. of Mason A
Raman are pronounced surerlof to all others, by. Doctor
Lowell Mason; by William Meson, the celebrated Organist
of Dr. Alexander's church; New YOrk ; by 'Melberg, the
world•renowned Pianist; by George I. Webb, allOtliefo Sat
ter, and nearly all the distinguished artists and musical
r.elebrittes of the country. They have received the
FIRST PRIZE MEDALS
at every exhibition, over all competitors.
The prim s of Mason and Manilla's Melodeons and Organ
Harmoniums are as folbiwa ; •
41,6 Octave Portable blelodlane,
5 If Double-Wed Portable, - 125
• 5 , f • Plano-Style Melodeons, . - - 100
5 tt " Double-Reed, 150
Organ Harmoniums, with
4 stops, • - 200
a 46 64 - 850
if " " and Pedals', 400
A liberal discount, to churches, and wholesalopurobassra.
For sale only by . JOHN R. MELLOR,
Sole Agent for Obtokering & dons Pianos, and
Moon & Hamlin 's Melodeons and Organ Hannonipins;
fe26 , 13. No. SI Wood et,, Pittstggh
The Peattia to published reekly, in the eltles of Pitt
blrghand Philadelphia, And Is tciapie.,Sl.. eirenlath
in the Preabytetian
IN CLUBS of twenty, end upwards,
DST IVEltigll In eith sr of the ci tire.
ADVERT/S.EidELvTd ; La Advance.
for eight lines, or less, one insertion 6G Dense, Each cub.
arty:lent insertion, 26 cents. Nadi additional line, beyond
eight, a cents for every Ineertion.
For 6414 lines, tart* monthe,sB.oo. leach additional line,
POT oight lines, 0/716 Year, $lO.OO. Bach additional Hoe n.
GAELS of two lines, $6 a year, aud $1 for each addi
Buignuse NOTIOTS. of ten-lines or less, One Dollar. Zarb
additional line, 6 cents.
MI- Communications recommendatory of Inrentiona,Ne-
Semi Practice, Schools, ie. de., being designed for the pecu
niary benefit of Individuals, should be paid for as Brosiness
RUM by mail, where no good cyportnnity is otherwise
at hand. Drafts or notes of the larger denominations are
preferable, where they can be conveniently obtained.
Pumas sending us twenty subscribes. and upwards
will be thereby entitled to a paper without charge.
N.D. When Presbyterian familiesare very much dispersed.
they may be accommodated at the Clubprice,even though a
few of the twenty be wanting. Let all !resupplied, if possi
ble. The Poo& we shall favor, to our etyma ability. Let the
supply be rim, but every paperpairlfer.
Ifor Two Dollars paid, we will send Seventy numbers; or
for One Dollar, Thirty-three numbers. Male forthe sake of
el 9. y
If Paetore, in. mating up clubs, find some persona not
ready to pay at once, they may yeteend on the names, at the
Club prlce,'on theirown reeponelbllity to pay us ehortly. It
le desirable that clohi date their subscription periods at the
mane time. DAVID liolatflf & 00; Proprletm e.
&VINO FUND—FIVE. PEE CEJT
INTEREST—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COM
PANY, Walnut Street, South•Weet Corner of Third Phila.
INCORPORATED sr vax STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Money le received In any.snm, large or small, and inter.
eat paid from the'day of deposit to the day of withdrawal.
The office is open every day from 9 o'clock in the morn
ing till 5 o'clock in the afternoon, and on Monday and
Thursday evenings till 8 o'clock.
HON. HENRY L: BENNER, President.
ROBERT SELFRIDGE; Vice President.
Wrimaw J. 'Bran, Secretary.
Money is received and payments made daily, without
The InTestments are made n REAL • ESTATE MORT
GAGES, GROUND "RENTkated: sueb first elms seenritias
se the famrter requires. Je2B.ly
- D.ITIRKPATRICK I /10115, N 0.21 8. THIRD E., bc.
t wean Market and Chestnut iitreete, Philadelphia, have Cox
DAT .410) sAino 3.P.A.Z7ISH ELLDEA
Dry arid Green Baited Patna Kips, Tanner's Oit, Tanner's
and Currier's Toon; at Mt:lowest prices,and upon the bes t
lie MI kind* of Leather In the rough wanted, ft r
which the highest market price will be given in each, ce
taken In exchange for Hides. Leather stored free of charge,
and sold on commission. ja29.1.y
this method.of ioformieg his friends and the bile,
that he has bought Mr. SAMUEL M'CLUEK AN'S entire
Monk of•Saddlery, together wish a lease of his old stand,
No. 96 Wood Street, and Is prepared to watt on all those
wanting SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, VaLISCS
in short everything usually kept in a Saddlery establish.
meat. All orders attended to promptly. Come on, friend I,
as I am determined to sell low for cash. fe19.4,
3. P.WILLIAIIII3, JOHN JOHNSTON
TEA W AKE HO WM—WHOLE w.
1.11 SALE AND RETAIL.—WILLIAMS k JOPENSTOr ,
114 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, (nearly opposite the Cu
tom House.) have just opened a very choice selection of
• - GREEN AND B I ACK TEAS,
Of the latest importations. Also,
810, LAGUAYRA;AND.OLD OOVERNDIEXT JAVA COE
• - • FEES,
New Orleans, Cuba; Coffie, Crushed and Pulverized Scup.re,
Rice, Rice-Flour, Pearl and Corn Starch, Ferias, Yeast 1' Ai
ders, Maccaronl, Vermicelli, Cocoa, Brants., Extra No.l, a nd
Spiced Chocolate", Puree Ground Spices. Castile, Almond,
Toilet, Palm, German, and Rosin Soaps. Sup. Carbonate c f
Soda ; Cream Tartar; Ettra Fine Table Salt; Pure Extrr dr;
Lemon and Vanilla; Star, Mould, and Dipped 13a - adles ;
gar• Cored Ham s ; Dried Beef; Water, Butter, Sugar and
Soda Crackers,; Foreign Fruits; &c., Sc.
This "stoolthas been purchased for CASH,andwill be offer
ed to the Trade, and. also to Families, at verry moderate ad
vances from Whom we respectfully so licit a share of patron
age., , • spll-t
ur MACKE 9 (WIDO ESSOR. 30
NV .NEV/N, MACHEOWN & ,)
And nanufacturcr of CARBON and COAL OILS, Ka. 117
Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Itip- White Lead, Window' - Wan, and Grass Ware, at
cheapest rates. - f•Aly
- thepubdolothe - • " ' •
PHILADELPHIA lIOESEKEEPING BEI 000D8 5T41131
where-may be found a large assortment of all kinds n
'Dry Goods, required In furnishing e house, thus awcir g
the trouble usually experienced In hunting such antis's,
In various , places. In consequi,tee of our giving or. at
tention to this kind of stock, in the exclusion at dress
and fancy goods, we can gamma kee our prices and strce
to be the most favorable in the minket.
. • IN LINEN GOODE
We ale able to give perfect satlafsation,being the °Leif T
ISTASLIHHIII Drum Bros' is en. MT; and having been
for more than twenty years rage %sr Importers from Isom
of:the beet meanfectuyers in li. land. We Offer IMO
large etook of =
of the best qualities to be obtained, and at the Torylc we t
picot. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheotings, Tickings, Da
mask Table Clothe, and Napkive, Towellhige, Dirocr . ,
Elnekabace, Table and Plano Cey•ers, Donnas and Mc
rms. Lace and Muslin Costal Dimities, Torn - lure
Ohintsee, Window Shadings, de., A.
'JOHN V. IOWSLL A Saw
B. W. corner CEIRSTNITY and SEVANTH Sta.
F IRST PREMIUM AWARDED BY
TEE STATE FAIR TO
G F F & CO.,
FOR MR BEST
ST•:O V E 8 AND It AN OMB
FOR !mamas AND DEBT WOOD GOOK STOVE.
Diploma for best Laundry Stain. Also, on hand a lairs
assortment of Heating Stoves, Plain and Fancy Orate
Fronts, Fenders, Hollow-Want, &e.
NO. Sta Lihertfi at the head of Wood Street. ly
FIRST SUPPLY OP SPRING GOOL
BURCHFIELD & CO., have just opened their flist
supply of Spring Goode, Among which will be found
BLACK FRENCH CLOTH,
BLAOK SATIN VESTING,
Chintzes, Calicoes. Cinghams, Bleached Musßac 'Binh
Linens, warranted pure Flax, Welch Flannel, Ballard Vale
Fiannale, all of which we intend selling at low prices.
ilta". North-Bast Corner of Fourth and Market Streets,
Pittsburgh, Pa. • fen- It
rIIOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
- FALL STOOK Just received, and for sale at reduced
50 bags choice Rio Coffee ;
25 do. old Government Java Coffee;
730 do. cbeice Green Laguayra do.;
4 bales prime Mocha do.;
Mids. Lovering's Syrup
50 bbls. do. Crushed and Pulverised Sugar;
50 do. Refilled White and Yellow do.;
100 hf. chests Oolong Tea;
25 do. do. Young Upson Tea.
Teas of all grades put up in caddy boxes, for family tfo,
together with a fresh supply of Spices, English and A. meri.
can Pickles and Sauces, Foreign and Preserved• Fruits, fish
in various sized packages, &e.
The attention of Housekeepers is requested to my Cate.
logue,Which will be furnished by mail- if desired, c.ntsin
ing an extended list of goods.
, 15Y' Goode delivered free of charge for cartage ' at any of
the Railroad Depots or Steamboat landings, end all orders,
however small, carefully filkd.
WHOLESALE AND RFiTAIL.
JOHN A. RENSHAW, Family Grocer.
213 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh.
fiall 0 0 F I A 6—C BB AP .A XD
WI, DURABLE FIRE AND WATER-PROOF
ELASTIC CEMENT ROOFING.
The firm of PERRIN & JOHNSON having, by mutual
convent, been recently dissolved. G. 8. BATES and
WM. JOHNSON give notice that they have enterid Into
partnership, for the purpose of carrying on the above
ROOFING BUSINESS, in all its branches. under tht- n.lllO
and firm of BATES & wBNSON, at the old eta:. d, 75
Smithfield Street, near Diemoid Alloy.
--We are now prepared tt. ewer, with our. SUPERIOR
ROOFING, steep or flat rods ; over rough board and
shingles, composition:or metal olfs, steamboats, 1 . -ahead
care, dec., being admirably adapt o withstand the various
changes of weather, or the action "1. fire, and it is not In
jured by,being tramped upon. We also attend to reP!thlog
old gravel roofs, in the moat thorough manner; ;1,0. to
cementing - tin,- iron; copper, or Zinc roofs, making thon
water-tight. and securing them against the action of the
weather, for 51.50 per square, (one hundred square f.2t t I
-. SHINGLE ROOFS CEMENTED,
Preserving them and rendering them FIRE-PROOF, fur
$2 00 per square—discount for large roofs.
This roofing is CHEAPER TGAN ANY OTHER D OF
ROOF, and is insured at tame rates as motel roofs, and is
fast superseding all other kinds.
Roofing material-far sale, with instructions for amlying.
References and certificates at our office.
BATES & JOHNSON,
70 Smithfield St, near Diamond Alley, Pittan'n . Pa_
bf,B.—Our.canvae is not rendered worthless in preparing
itfor the roof. . Ocl 6._ly
ELocuTioN.—lNsTßucTioas 111 REA
ING AND ELAXIITEI, and Select Beading Enter
tainmenta, (not theatrleal,) given by PROF. M. F. E • TON.
for several years Principal of the HogHAI Deperteeni of
the Western University of Penneylvan's, Pittsburgh
RBO SIEVING AGENT.--T. H. NII6VIDi s
ESQ., No. 24 Wood Street, Pittsburib. Pa.. will here
after sot BM Receiving Agent M Pittsburgh for the General
Assembly's Church Extension Committee. Donations
the CtiurCh Extension cause should be sent to Mr Nevin.
T; IL - - - ROVT P NEVIt4
TB. PINVIN & CO., MANVPACS
o zns OP WEITII "MAD, KED .LNAD, and Lint
' &AGE, N0:24 Wood Street., Pittsburgb, Pa. au3 1.-r
s.v., sroaxaroes. - - - - - w. w WADE
ET. NOCK 'RIDGE .. C 0 • •
Whnleeele Dealers in II k TA, CAM AND ST It .4. %V
iiijul)s. Flowers, Dachas, end Fancy Furs, Nos. 2.9 a nd 31
North-Fourlh Eltreet,lnearly opposite Merebante' 1' ote I,)
Philadelphil,. "- .
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Pli irditrxAst sulins•
A. BRIPI'ObI k 00.,
ItIANIIPAOTURERS, & :WHOLESALE AND EM IL
N 0.82 North SECOND Street,above Market, Plhiladelphia
'She largest eheapest,and !mot assortment of PLAIN and
I' &NOY illaiDS of any other establishment n the Vett( d
' ; REPAIRING p attended to. Give roc a tag
to,d satisfy youreelvee.romptly teS-ly
el '7 II
$ 59 prr ye*
Zoo CI St