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missioners' Fund, from the churches, Which they will for
ward to Presbytery, via.: Milford 000; Londenville, 450.;
Perrysville, $1.00; Clear Fork, 1.00 Martinsburg, 2.60;
Lexington, 2.00; Belleville, 00a.; Haysville, 1.60; Lake
Fork, 70o; Jeromeville, 800.; Ashland, 4.76; Orange, 1.40;
Frederiaktown, 4 20; Mt. Plensant, 80o.; Bladensburg, 1.60;
Savannah, 2.26; Utica, 1.86; Olivesburg, 1.00; Sandusky,
1,06; Millwood, 100; Shelby, l .60 ; Ontario, 1 O 0; Chester.
vine, 1.70; Waterfofd, 86c.; Harmony, 100; Rant Union,
70e.; Bloomfield, 85c.; BloomingrOve 1.60; Mansfield, 860;
Alt. Vernon, 2.60. J, P. CALD WELL, 8. 0
The RItESBYTEIRY OF WoOSTam stands adjourned to
meet In the church a' Juokeon,nu the ThlW Tubby (WO)
or April, at 11 o'clock. A. M.
Atatletlaid Iterrts will he nailed fur the first day of the
neeelon. Ohntenee are Oriented to Fona hp centributlons
for Conunialionora' Fund and Proqh3 tor.al exponme, at the
rate of about eight cents pur evolbor.
E BARR, stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTERY Of QLANION will meet in Groom
villa on the Piret Tuesday of April Etna, at 11 o'alocic A Al
1). trOAY, Stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTNRY WIMBrETtN RES EtIIVE meets in
Sandusky Otty on the Third Tuesday of A pril. at 7 o'clock
P. M. FREDiIiaIOK T hItOWN, Stated Clark.
The PRESBYTER.Y OF HOOKING will meet (D.V.) at
Burlington, on Tat4day, April 12th, at 7 o'clock P. M.
J. U. PRATT, Stated Clerk.
The PROSBY'PERY Or 0081100 TON will meet in the
church of tilitiereburg, on the Second Tne•day of April. at
2 o'elock P. M. Statistical Reports, Narratives on the State
of Religion, and settlements with paetore, will be called for,
frotp all the congregations. J. E. CARSON, S. O.
The PRESBYTERY of SALTSBURG will meet at Kit
tanning on the Second Tuesday of April, et 2 o'alock P. M.
Sessional Bezords 7 Statistical Reports, Wriltea Nita•
*lves, and certificates of Settletnents with pastors, will be
celled for. W. W. WOODEND, Stated Olork.
The PRESBYTERY OF ZANESVILGE will meet in
WOonnellsville on the Second Tuesday (the 12th day,) of
April, at 2 o'clock P. M.
N. 13.-113. Lot the Clerk of every church Swaim make
It a matter of conselence to send up, with the Seaslonal
Reeerde, an accurate and full statistical report.
2d. Let the proper Alma be prompt in Rending up the
Oommleelonere' and Oontinglint Fund, which le, by a stand.
lug rule of Presbytery, five mote per member, as reported
in the last Minutes of the General assembly.
Whl. M. ROBINSON, Slated Clerk.
The PRESBYTERY OF ROOK RIVER will bold its
stated Spring meeting in the Presbyterian cher% at
Albany, on Tuesday evening, April 121 h, at 7 o'clock. See
elonal Records will be examined, and the assessment upon
the obUrobeo for the Commissioners' Fund, which la at the
rate of ten cents per member, will be called far.
S. T. WILSON, Stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTAIIT OF BRIM will meet at Meadville,
Fa., on the Second Tuesday (11th day,) of April, at 7 o'clock
P. M. Statistical Reports, Narratives of the State of Nell.
eon, and Oonunintoner& Fund, will be called for.
8. J. M. EATON, Stated Olerk.
The PRESBYTERY OY BLAIRSVILLE will held Its next
stated meeting at Johnstown, on the Second Tuesday of
April at 2 o'olook P. M. Statistical Ricotta, Oongrega
tional Settlements, and Narrativee otv the State of Religion,
will be Galled tbr from all the congregations. During the
Seselons of Presbtery, a sermon will be preached by the
Rev. Joseph Smit h , D. 0,, on the subject of Early Piety.
JAMES DAVIS, Stated Olerk. •
The PRESBYTERY OF lOWA stands adjourned to meet
at Libertyville, on the First Tuesday (sth day,) of April, at
2 o'clock P. M. The churches are reminded of the injono•
Lion of presbytery, to send up their Sessional Records for
correction and approval. T. ETEA.RNS, Stated Olerk.
The PRESBYTERY OF SCHUYLER will meet In Quincy,
111., on Tneeday, April 12th, at 2 o'clock P. AL Statistical
Reports, Commissioners' Funds, and every member will be
mooted. THOS. 8. YALU, Stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTERY OF REDSTONE will meet at Reho
both, on the second Tuesday of April, at 11 Week 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' Fond, and Nar
ratives of Raligton t are required to baYorwarded.__
By order of ZieeilYtery.
The PRESBYTERY OP DES MOINES stands adjourned
to meet at Albin, on the Second 'l'harsday (14th) of April,
M 7 o'clock P. M, J. M. MoELROY, Stated Clerk.
The PRE3BYTERF OF MARION will meet at Milford
on the First Tuesday ( 6th) of April neat at 2
o'eloak j ß. M.
The Commissioners' Fund is assessed as follows ; Dela
ware' 6.60; Marysville, 1.80; Corinth. 28c; Cardington,
/0o.; Marion, 1,24 ; Richland, 68a.; Pisgah,l.oB ; Iberia, 2.19;
Liberty, 1,80; Kingston, 1.10; Brown, 1.80; Eden, 70c;
Waynesburg, 50a.; Caroline, 60a.; Mt. Gilead, 1.10 ;
Canaan, 1.55; Marseilles, 2.00; Salem, 50a.; Duayrus, 2.30;
Wyandotte, 600.1 Milford Centre, 1,50; areltline, 1.20;
- Leesville, 1.00; Sandnski, Too,; Winchester, 250.; "Union,
8110.; Osceola, 500 ; "Upper Sandusky, 1.00; Little 31111 Creek,
250.; Broken Sword, 30a.; Winnemao. 80c.; Radnor, 80o;
T0rk,1.20; Callon, 80o.; Sunbury, 300.
It will probably' be necessary to increase these amounts
somewhat, to make up the amount of assessments of
churches which have been taken from this Presbytery, to
form the Preebytery of Western Reserve.
P. P. P.
PARK'S PRICKLY PLASTERS.
They Soothe pain] protect the chest; they extract the
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impart strength. They are divided into sections, and yield
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ran be worn four times longer than any other plasters, and
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For the deteotion of any person counterfeituig,
imitating, or the vender of any such counterfeit
or imitation of Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. The
genuine, highly. concentrated Holland Bitters is
put up in half.pint bottles only, having,the name
of the proprietor, B. Page, Jr., hlown in them,
and his signature around the nook of each B.nd
This delightful Aroma has been received. by
Amerioans, with that favor which is only extended
to really scientific preparations. When we con
'elder the marked success attending its adminis
tration, in the most stubborn oases of Fever and
Ague, Weakness of 'any kind, Dysyepsia, Heart
burn, Acidity of the Stomach, Sick and Nervous
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()arum; I—Be careful to ask for Bcerhave's
Sold st $l.OO per bottle; or, six bottles for
$5.00, by the sole proprietors, BENJAMIN
PAGE, JR., & CO., Pittsburgh; and Druggists
lit'La,ne's Liver Pills,
Prepared by Fleming Broa., Pittsburgh, Pa
From the unsolicited testimony continually of
fered from all quarters of the country, i$ is im
possible to resist a conviction of the great excel
lence of these Pills in all diseases of the Liver
and Stomach. The following letter from Toronto,
Canada, is one of the many the proprietors have
TORONTO, April 27th, '1854
MISSES. FLEXING BROS.—Sirs :—I take this
opportunity of informing you of the benefits I
have derived from Dr. MiLanels valuable Pills.
I have for two years past been afflioted with a
severe pain over the eyes, accompanied with
nervousness and sense of dizziness; a main ly be
yond the power and skill of our physicians to re
lieve and cure, caused, as far as I myself could
,ielge, by a diseased state of the liver and
stomach. Some of the doctors tried bleeding,
and various other remedies were tried, but all in
vain, for the deep.rooted disease still stuck fast.
At last I procured a box of your valuable Liver
Pills from a Druggist here, and feel, after taking
a portion of them, that the disease and painful
sensation over the eyes has almost entirely left
me. I will close by advising all those afflicted as
I have been, to procure the valuable medicine at
ones, and save much time and pain, with little ex-
JOHN , M'OLINTOOK, S. 0
H. A. TRUE, Stated Clerk
pense. With sincere gratitude dud respect, I re
main yours, respectfully,
GEORGE W. RUSSELL, Toronto.
Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR. M'-
LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, menu
aetured. by FLEMING BROS. of Prrrsnuaart,
PA. There are other Pills purporting to ho Liver
Pills, now before the public. Dr. M'Lnne's gen
uine Liver Pills, also hie celebrated Vermifuge,
can now be had at all respectable drug stores.
None genuine without the signature of
[3l] FLEMING BROS..
On the 17th Inst., by the Rev. J. P. Fulton Mr. R. R.
LIAR; Of Indiana County, Ps., to Miss NANCY J. Maim,
of Westmoreland County, Pa.
On Thursday morning, February 241 b, at the residence of
the bride's father l Cottage Rome, near East Liberty, by
Rev. W. B. Mel:came, Mr. W. Mectieoww, Pittsburgh ; to
Mies Mann F., daughter of John AVOombe, Req.
On Tuesday, March let, by Rev Ceo Marshall, D.D., Mr.
.741033 MOBLERNT to Miss AGMS MORROW, in of Snowden
Township, Allegheny County, Pa,
On March 17th, by Rev. O. W. Shofar, at hie own ban.
Mr. WILTJAM BREIWOrES, of 81drleysbrag, to Miss MARY S.,
eldest daughter of the late Robert Stewart, Eeq,, of Pal.
Oa the 10th inst., at Uniontown, Pa., by Rei. W. F. Ham
ilton, Mr. FRANK H. ANDIRBOI7, of Pittaburgh, Pa., to Mina
MARIIIT, daughter of Dr. Smith Puller; of the brmer
On Thurgday Margit 10th, by Rev. J. W. Laming, Dr. F.
Sloan Hatt.. of Jackson, Tenn., to Mies Manor. H. R MOAT,
At Oskaloosa, lowa, by ROT. W. M.Atryker, Marsh Bth,
Mr. Taoscesoa FOROTTR to Miss amen M'Enuar, all of
Mahaska County, lowa.
March lath, by Bey. R. Lea, Mr. JIMMY= MoLanomns
to DHSS AURA` Rama.
March 17th, by Rev. R. M'Pherson, Mr. Witusx Ems)
to Miss Lyman's Dootirma, both of Robinson Township,
March 16th, by Rev. W. H. Lester, of West Alexander,
Pa., Mr. ()MOROI VALINTIN* g
Of the above mentioned pin,
to Miss /11011, youngest daughter. of Mr. Andrew Yates, of
Ohio County, Va. February 10th, Mr. BIIIIVANIN F. Game,
of Ildersridge, Pa, to Mice Raiser J., daughter of Mr. JO=
BIONIIMIAY, of Ohio County, Va.
DlED—November 6th, 1868, near West Liberty,
Va., Mr. Wm. DENIM; aged 76 years.
DiED—November 5, 1858, at Frankfort, Pa.,
Mr. Aram...Noss MORRISON, aged 84 years.
DlED—November 19th, 1858, at Frankfort, Pa.,
Mr. ANDREW VANCE, aged 64 years.
DlLlD—Novpuiber 26, 1858, near Frankfort,
Pa., Mr. MILTON MILLER, aged 36 years.
DlED—December 10, 1858, at Frankfort, Pa.,
Mr. Josses S. CearrßELL, aged 52 years.
DlED—August 11, 1858,near West Liberty, Va.,
Mr. ROBERT MCFARLAND, aged 63 Years ' long a
Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church.
Rob—January 6, 1859, near Frankfort, Pa.,
Mr. Wrrarrasos Cnoss, aged 45 years,
The writer would love to write some par
ticulars about each of these seven- friends,
some of them old, and dear, and intimate
friends. But at so late a day, this would
be an imposition on the editors. They all died
in the faith and hope of the Gospel. They had
all been members of the Church for years,
some of them for many 'years, walking in
the ways and service of the Lord. Some
of them suffered long and sorely, but the grace
of God sustained them. They gave their friends
grounds for the precious hope, that they have
gone to share the rewards of the righteous.
Precious is their memory. May God comfort the
hearts that gave been strieken. J. W. McK.
Drun—February 26th, CLARISSA, youngest
daughter of Roes and Martha Ann Stevenson, aged
one year, five months, and three days.
Her disease was infantum bronchitis. In her
death another link is added to that indissoluble
chain which binds hearts to heaien. .
Dian—March 7th, at hie residence, in Derry
Township, Westmoreland County, Pa., Mr. Win.
meat STERLINO, in the 87th year of his age,
The deceased was many years an excellent and
exemplary member of the Presbyterian church of
Salem. And now, in a good old age, with strong
faith and hope, full of immortality, he has gone
from the Church militant to the Church triumph
Drun—ln Patton Township, Allegheny County,
Pa. February 13th, Mrs. JANE CAROTKEIRS, wife
of ifr, William Carothers, in the 49th year of her
She was a member of the Presbyterian church,
Plum Creek. Her illness (consumption) was pro
tracted, she suffered much, but through all trials
her hope and confidence were in Jesus Christ,
who said, " I aw the resurrection and the life."
Drsn—Of consumption, in the 18th year of
her age, Miss SARAH Cionmr..t BBLL, daughter of
Alexander T. and Effie Bell.
The deceased was possessed of an amiable an d
engaging disposition, and much loved by her
friends. Her whole life, and especially her last
hours, were such as to afford the strongest ground
to hope that though the call of the Bridegroom
was in the Spring time of her life, yet it did not
find her unprepared. We had the pleasure of
conversing with her a short time previous to her
death, when it was constantly. looked for. • She
appeared to be calm and resigned to the will of
her Master, in hopes of reaping purer joys . than
this earth can give when called to depart. Sur
viving friends are therefore encouraged not to
sorrow as those who have no hope,
, but rather to
give all diligence to prepare for the same change,
that they may , again be united with her in heaven,
never more to part. - J. Y. S.
DlED—Suddenly, March 16th, at Shade Gap.
Pa. , Mrs. MARY MoDolma), aged about 74
She was for fifty years an exemplary member of
the Presbyterian Church. She was fully ripe for
heaven, and had been for some time waiting pa
tiently for the Saviour's oath While sitting in
her chair, she fell asleep in his arms, apparently
without a struggle. " Precious in the sight of
the Lord is.the death of his saints." N.
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At No. 25 vim Street, until the first of April,
when it will be removed permanently to No. 107 Mar.
bet Street. NATHAN WHITING, exclusive Agent for
Pittsburgh and Vicinity. aplo-ly
WANTED,—A. ORADVATE OF ONE OF
the fret Colleges of our laud, who, since gradn•
sting, has spent seversLyeare in Teaching, and who pro
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GEO. W. OHALVANT, A. 8., Principal.
MIBS MARIA J. ROBINSON, Agelstnnt and leacher of
Vocal and Instrumental Music.
The Fifteenth Session of the above Institution will open
on TUESDAY, May 3d, 1869. Tuition, $B.OO, $B.OO, and
$lO.OO, according to branchee studied. A limited number
of students will be boarded by the Principal, at $1.75.
Good boarding can be procured in the village and neigh
borhood, at low rates. For Catalogues end further informa
tion, address the Principal, as above, or
J)aN McFARLAND, M. D.,
mti2643t President of the Board of Trustees.
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Calling your attention to the above notice or our Re
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Our complete and desirable stock of BOOTS AND SROBS,
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the technical language of theologians, and presents in clear
and Biblical style, various doctrines of our common faith.
The '• Southern Presbyterian Review" says:—We feel
sure that this book will, with the blessing of God, render
very, great service to the Church, by ministering to the edi
fication of her members, both old and , young. We strongly
recommend Dr. Armstrong's book to our 'brethren in the
The 'Universalist Quarterly" says:—The' book, gas a
whole, is of unuaeal merit; it Is admirably arranged,
tersely written, and well calculated to suggest profitable
matter for thought. ,
The American Theological Review " says:—The
aim of the work is eminently practical, and its spirit is
reverential and devout. The conception of the book is a
good one. and the execution is such as to commend it to all
who hold the commodfaith of the Church of God.
The " Methodist Review " says :—The plan of the work
is developed by the author 'with genial feeling, greet clear
ness, and'no little interest of style. It is well ealculatedto
edify the Church; and to make Christians of Infidels. .
* o * These Books sent by mali, post-pald, on receipt of
price by the Publisher,
(Brooks' Buildtugs,) 124 Grand Street,
corner Broadway, New York.
And for sale by JOHN S. DAVISON,
ma2B-ly 93 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
flOrs I. Ortilf ATP S GOUT,
lumbago, and rheumatism, are infallibly r'e'moved
by a continuous use of this great detergent application.
Warm fomentattons shouldln all cases precede Its use. It
relaxes the constrained muscles and fibres, and assists na
ture in completing a cure.
Sold at the manufactory, No 80 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all Druggists, at 250., as., and $1 per pot.
THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY
publishes a dim assortment of STANDARD RELI
GIOUS WORKS, and BOOKS for OBILDREN and YOUTH,
embellished in the boot Stile of the art, at low prices.
929 Chestnut Street,
jn7 • Philadelphia.
WANTRA—A SIOSUATION AS TIRIACNIER
in a Seminary, Academy, or Select School, he a
Young Lady mho is a graduate 01 one of the best Institu
tions in the Watt, and who has also had two years' expe
rience in teaching, and can come well reeommettded.
Address 4 ' TEACIIIER,"
malo4t* Box 477, Pittsburgh, Ps.
ITAF T acD-BY AN Ammar:mm*oED
(11,413510 AL TNACUIER, a situation in an Acad.
emy or Nigh School Also, a YOUNG LADY, well qujillfied
to instruct In the common and higher branches, wishes a
situation in a Female Seminary.
The best of Testimonials can be given. Address, with
full particulars, "A. 8.,"
mal2e,4t Carrick, Allegheny County, Pa.
We have one of the greatest curiosities and most
valuable inventions in the known world, for which we
want agents everywhere. Full particulars sent Pass.
mal9 3t* SHAW & CLARK, Biddeford. Maine.
R ECEIVING AGENT.—T. S. NICITIN,
No. 24 Wood Street, Pittsburgh will here
after set as Receiving Agent at Pittsburgh for the General
Assembly's Church Extension Committee. Donations for
the Church Extension cause should be sent tydr. Nevin.
B. T. XOCKRIDOZ
'9 T. ICILOOKRIDOM & 00.9
MI • Wholesale Dealers in HATS, OAPS, AND STRAW
GOODS, Flowers, Ruches, and Finley Fors, Noe. 29 and 31
North-Fourth Street, (nearly opposite Morohliite Hotel,)
11,6 AMERICAN PUEIPM—THIS
PIJMP. noticed editorially in. the Preseyterian " of
the 12th of March, is a new and meet novel invention, be:
ing a DOUBLE4OTiNG PUMP, with but one piston, one
bore, n 6 guide rods, no picking, and no suction. Patented
February,lBso. It raises' water in all depths to 160 feet by
hand, and works easier than any other pump made; is
simple, durable, cheap, and can be put in without going
Into the well, and warranted to give satisfaction. Prices
from $lB upwards. Drawings and particulars sent free.
Address JAMES M. EDNEY,
mal24.f 141 Chambers Street, New York.
AB, Letters of Administration upon the estate of
James Finney, late of Wain Township, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and
all persons having maims against said decedent, present
them, duly, authenticated, for settlement.
JAMES PAYEE, An., Administrators.
nial2.3t* ELIZABETH PINNEY,
WY 'MC AB. D TIKES NO DORIC"—ANY
WE PERSON (Lady or Gentleman,) in the United
States, possessing a mall capital of from $3 to $7, can enter
into an easy and respectable business, by which from $5 to
$lO per day can be realised. For particulars, address, (with
stamp,) 'W. R. Ai:Ito?? & , C 0..,
marram 41 North-Sixth Street, Phila.
CITY 'INTELLIGENCE. OFFICE,
NO. 100 GRANT. STREET, third door •• from Fifth,
opposite St. Faure Cathedral: Being in the- Madness for
many years, I am always prepared to supply Private fam
ilies and hotels with good servants, in both' cities, and also
in the county, at any distance. Helps of all kind will
always be in daily attendance at the office. •
teak' H. 11. NOLAN.
WOR SALE OR RENT.
J.' The owners of " FAIRVIEW FEMALE SEMINARY,"
offer for sale or rent this property, situate at Jacksonville,
Centre County, Pa. The buildings are large and commo
dious, being built expressly for a Seminary, are beautifully
located in a healthful and prosperous section of the county.
A good portion of the furniture needed is now in the build
ings. It, is nine miles East of Bellefonte, and two miles
from the Tyrone and Look Haven Railroad; there are about
three acres of well improved land attached. •
Any infermation"will be given on application to the sub
scriber. JOHN IRWIN . , JR.
ja22.-3m Howard Iron Works, Cootie Ckiunty, Pa.
EILICELICIL & SOMIS
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
FOR $5 0 .
SEND FORA CIRCULAR.
'These Matinee, which have gained Such an en
viable reputation over all other MaChines on account of
1. Beauty and excellence of stitch, alike on both sides of,
the fabric sewed.
2. Economy of thread.
S. Simplicity and thoroughness of construction.
4. Portability, ease of 'operation and management.
O. Quietness of. movement..
7. Strength, firmness, and durability - of awn, that will
not rip or ravel. .
8. Applicability to a variety of purposes and materials.
9. Compactness and elegance of model and finish.
Are now offered,
WITH ALL THE LATEST
IMPROVEMENTS AND ADVANTAGES,
At Reduced Prices.,
ALEX. -R. REED )
fel9-1.3r 68 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
60,000 ACRES OF LAND
FOR SALE IN
BARTON COUNTY, MISSOURI.
Correct maps of these lands, on a large scale, and made
from actual surveys, showing the Topography of the coun
try, with each tract- so numbered that the purchaser may
select to suit himself, may be seen on application at our
office, and copies of the same. showing the streams, roads,
timber, mineral region, names and houses of settlers, scum.
ty seat, As, &0., will be furnished gratis to each purchaser.
The title to these lauds iSderived direct from govern•
ment, and is therefore indisputable. The land is offered at
the low -price of. TWO DOLLARS PER ACRE-a price
much helow that of any similar land in the State—one
half down, and the balance in three months from the date
of purchase, and will be , sold in tracts of eighty acres and
upwards, but, in order to secure every pousible advantage
to the settler, no person will be allowed ` to purchase in a
body more than a section of 640 acres. -
- - - -
Thom interested, are. invited to call ardexamine our Map
of these lands, which, in order to have correct in every par
ticular, has been prepared with great car'
WM. ..FRAZIER...k CO.,
fel9-2m No. et fourth Street, Pittsburgh, pa.
IrN ANSWER TO EA.NY LETTERS RE
°BMA from subscalbers to this paper, as to the moat
direct route to our Lands and to avoid answering each by
letter, we insert the folloZving card:
Route to Earton.County,..Missouri.
BY RIVER TO BOONVILLE ;
Thence,- by the upper,or. Western Road, to
BROWNINGB, ON GRAND RIVER •
Thence to -
ROFFKAN'S REM, ON THB OSAGE RIVER;
Thence to . - -
LAMAB, OOIINTY FEAT OF BARTON COUNTY
BY RAILROAD TO TIFTON;
Thence to • . •
00A.I. CAMP, thence to EHOWNINGS;Bco., m above.
.IMr Mr. GEO. E. , WARD, at Lamar, wErehow the Laud.
WM. FRA.ZIER & CO.,
ma 26 No. 67 Fourth Street,'Pittaburgh, Pa.
WEST TROY BELL FOUNDRY.
[Established in 1326.]
BELLS. The subscribers have constantly for sale an as
BELLS. sortment of Chtiroh, Factory, Steamboat, Locomo
BELLS. Live, Plantation, School house, anti other Bells,
BELLS. mounted In thepost approved Ind dnrablenimmer.
BELLS. For full particulars as to many recent improve.
BELLS. menta, warrantee, diameter of Belleopaceoreupted
BELLS. in Tower, rates of, transportation,Ac., send fora
BELLS. Circular . Be ll e for the South .4111vered in - New
BELLS. York. Address
A. IPAIINRIELDB SONSZAwts,
West TrenN T
NEW BRIGHTON FEMALE IINIVIGIISI•
TY. FOUNDED .1.853--OHARTEItED, 1858.
PROP. R. CURRY, A. If., Principal, as sisted by a full
corps of experienced professional Teachers. - -
This Institu on, which-is now organized on the Unive.-
ally plan, ail facilities for the critical study of all-the
branches t ertain to a refined, liberal, thorough, and
practical edu Non. -It embraces eve Departments, viz,:
Normal, Scientific, Classical, Ornamental, and the Depart.
natant of Biblical, and Sacred Literature. These five depart
ments constitute a complete course, and are so arranged
that two or more of them can be carried on simultaneously,
if desirable; as, for example, the Normal and the Orna-
mental, or the Beinntiflo and the' Olassical. 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 department, setting
forth specifically-all the branches therein taught; and each
pupil standing such examination in all the departments,
will be considered a regular graduate of the Inetitution.
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 Sessions to study
the Common, in connexion with the Ornamental branches.
It also Constitutes a complete coarse for young ladies who
wish to qualify themselves for teaching.
This department comprises a full coarse in the Mathe.
matical, Mental, and Physical Sciences, 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 al the
studies in the prescribed course ; but in that "case, the lki
ploma will exhibit only such branches as they have
This department embraces Drawing, Sketching Painting,
in all its varieties, Ornamental Penmanship, Vocal and In
strumental Music, and Composition in Music. The Di
ploma for this department will exhibit' odly the branches
studied, with the degree of progress in each.: •
DEPARTMENT OF 'BIBLICAL AND' SACRED
Tile course of study in this department embraces an
troduction to the Study of the Scriptures, and an Analyti
cal Outline of their Contents, Natural Theoloth Biblical
Archaeology, Sacred and Ecclesiastical History,Evidences of
The SUMMER SESSION of this institution wall open on
The First Monday of April.
For Circulars containing Course of Study,' Terms, &IN ad- '
dress the Principal. .mabtf
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
NO. 52 ST. CLAIR STREET.
Has just returned from the Eastern Cities, and is now re
ceiving hle Spring stock of Cloths, Onsimeree, Veetinge,
and Ooatinge, of every variety and style ' adapted to the beet
city and country trade, which will be ntade . up to order with
promptness and diepatob, end at rites as low es at any
other eimilar establishment in the city. mal9-Ortt
SMITH. MERCHANT TAILOR.
• NC 134 WYLIE STREET, PITTSBURGH,
has just returned from the Eastern Cities, and is now re
ceiving his SPRING STOCK of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings and Coatings,
of every variety and style, adapted to the best
CITY AND COUNTRY TRADE,
which will be made np to order, with promptness and dis
patch. and at rates as low as any other similar establish
ment in the city. mal2 ly
31 COIL D 0• g
MANUFACT URERS S
AND DEALERS IN
HATS, CAPS, AND STRAW GOODS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
131 Wood Street, Pittsburgh,
Have now on hand for Spring sales, as large and complete
an assortment of Goods as can be found in any of the Beet
ern ofties, outdating of Fur, Silk, and Wool HAM of every
style and quahty, ; CAPS of every quality and 'steal fash
ions; Palm Leaf, Straw, Leghorn, and Panama HATS ; Straw
sod Silk BONNETS, etc , etc. Persons wishing to purchase
either by Wholesale or Retail will find it to their advantage
to cell mid examine our stook. malO•la
HOUSE AND SIGN P.A.INTERS
FLAGS, BANNERS, AND BADGES,
PAINTED IN EVERY STYLE.
Painting and Ornamenting Masonic
MIXED PAINTS, GLASS, AND PUTTY,
FOR SALE AT
No. 105 Third Street, near Wood,
Sm PITTSBURGH, PA.
aro J. " T, Mt 9 GANCE•
• Corner of Liberty and Sixth Streets, Pittsburgh,
have received their SPRING STOCK OP GOODS for
Comprising the latest importations of Cloths, Coasimeres,
Postings, AM, which they are prepared to make to order in
a style and at such penes as cannot fail to please.
' Their Stock of
' READY MADE CLOTHING,
Cat and made under their own supervision, is got up in a
Neu superior manner, and will be sold at the LOWEST
CASH PRICES, .mal2-ly
I 818 T P RE M 111 X AWARDED BY
THE STATE Wait TO
G R A F' F & C O . ,
FOR THE BEST
STOVES AND RANGES
FOR IANILIDS, AND BEST WOOD 000 K STOVE.
Diploma for best Laundry Stove. Also, on hand a large
assortment of Heating Stoves, Plain and Fancy Grate
Fronte, Fender', Hollow-Ware, ae.
No. 245 Libor% at the head of Wood Street. fel9-ly
WALL PAPER WALL PAPER I.
Owing to the INCREASING DEMAND FOR PAPER
W. P• MARSHALL &
Ran made large additions to their eatenatve stock, com
prising 'styles for
PARLORS, - CHURCHES,
HALLS. . LODGES,
• CHAMBERS, OFFICES, •
DINING ROOMS, VESTIBULES.
In Gold, Velvet, Boquet, Plain and Panel
Making the moat complete assortment
WEST OF THE MOUNTAINS.
N. B.—A large trade enables us to sell at
VERY LOW PRICES.
W. P. MARSHALL & CO.,
man-8m No. 87 Wood Street, Pittsburgh.
T. H. NETTN. B. N. TINDLEY. - HOII T P. NPVIN
NEVIS GO., MANUFACTUR.
T EL &
T. FIRS OF WHITE LEAD, RED LVD, and LITII
- No. 24 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. ana-ls
CHOICE FAMILY 011001MILIEB8•
FALL STOOK just received, and for sale at reduced
50 bags choice Rio Ooffee ; •
25 do. old Government Java Coffee;
50 do. choice Green Laguayra' do.;
4 bales prime Mocha do.; •
S hhde. Lovering's Syrup;
BO bble. do. Crushed and Pulverized Sugar;
50 do. Refined White and Yellow do.;
100 hf. cheats Oolong Tea;
25 do. do. Young Hyson Tea.
Teas of all gradee put up in caddy boxes, fbr family use,
together with a fresh supply of Spices, English and Ameri
can Pickles and Sauces, Foreign and Preserved Fruits, Fish
in various sized packages, &a.
The attention of Housekeepers is requested to my Cata
logue, which will be furnished by mail it desired, contain
ing an extended list of goods.
Goode delivered free of charge for cartage,at any of
the Railroad Depots or Steamboat landings, and all orders,
however email, carefully fdlcd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
JOHN A. RENSHAW, Family Grocer,
268 Liberty Street. Pittsbarih.
BROOKS Sr- COOPER,
NO. 75 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH,
DEALERS XXCLUSivohI" IN
M TT N" I 'ST la
HOUSE-FURNISHING DRY GOODS,
• Have Just Received
A FULL ASSORTMENT
ROBINSON 13c CO_,
No. 23 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh
Have now completed the. extensive improvement of their
store, and are daily receiving from the marinfacturrers, their
Spring Stook of Oarpotings, (Hi Clothe, etc., etc., comprising
many new and beautiful patterns of
English Velvet. Carpets;
Imported and Superfine 3 ply
t Super and Fine do.;
Lasting Bag and
Hemp Carpeting" of all qualifies; also, Oil Clothe, 1 1 / 4 1attinas,
Rugs, Matta, Window Shades, Table and Plano Covers, etc.,
and all at the lowest prices. -tnal.9-2m
VITIE INVITE THE AT T ENTION OP
the public to the
PHILADELPHIA HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS OTOEL
where may be tound a large assortment of all kinde a
Dry Goode, required in furnishing w.horuma, thso, eating
the trouble usually experieneed in hunting such &rides,
in various places. In consequence of our giving out at
tention to this kind of stook, to the exclusion a/ dress
and fancy. goods, we can guars* ee onr pricts'end styles
to be the most favorable in the market. ,
IN LINEN GfIODS
we eta able to give perfect satishotion, being the Mont
ESTABLISIHIED Lunn BROM' Of T.R. CITY, and having been
for more than twenty years regrew importera from som
onthe best manufacturers in. Inhutd.. We offer also.
large stook of
FLANNELS AND MUSLIMS,
of the heist oudities to be obtidned, and at the verylowed
pieta. Mae, Bleakete, Quilts, Meetings 'Makings, Di
mas& Table- Cloths, and Naphtha, Towehlugs, Diemen,
Einckabaes Table , and Piano Cowers, Damasks and Mo.
ream, Lac e and .Muslin OurtaL,4, Dimities, Furniture
Chintzes', Window Shadheitee.ote •
JOHN ' V. .lOWNLL It SON.
• S. W. corner CIMESTIOUT end SIWIINTH Ste.
ROOFI.NG-011,116/11.1 1 AID
DURABLE _ FIRS AND WATER-PROOF
ELASTIC CEMENT ROOFING
The firm of PERRIN & JOHNSON baying, by mutual
consent, been recently dissolved, G. S. BATES and
WM. JOHNSON give notice that they have entered into
partnership, for the purpose of carrying on the above
ROOFING BUSINESS, In all its branches, under the name
and firm of BATES k ',JOHNSON, at the old stand, 75
Smithfield Street, near Diamond Alley.
We are now prepared to over, with our SUPERIOR
ROOFING, 'gaup or flat roofs,.oyer rough boards, and
shinglea, comonsition or metal - roofs, steamboats, railroad
Cat's, go., being admirably adapted to withstand the various
changes of weather, or the action of fire, and it is not In
jured by being tramped upon. We also attend to repairing
old gravel roofs, In the moot thorough manner; also, to
cementing tin, iron, copper, or zinc-roofs , making them
water-tight, a n d Bemiring them against the action of the
weather, for 51.60 per square, (one hundred square feet.)
SHINGLE ROOFS CEMENTED,
Preserving them and rendering them FIRE-PROOF, fir
$2.00 per square—discount for large roofs.
This roofing is CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER KIND OF
ROOF, and is insured at same rates as metal room; and it
fast superseding all other kinds.
Roofing materiel for sale, with instructions for applying.
References and certificates at our office.
RAMS & JOHNSON,
75 Smithfield St.,, near Diamond Alley, Pittsb'gi Pa.
W. B.—Our canvas is not rendered worthless in preparing
dfor ttui roof: ' ' cieltlay
VABBIEte Alf BY.
A. BRITTON * 00.,
lELANUPA.OTURIOUS,* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
N 0.82 North BROOND Street,above Illerhet,Pfbiladelphla
The largest, cheapest,and beet assortment of PLAIN and
!ANDY WANDS of any other establishment n the United
fa' REPAIRING promptly attended to. Give rut a tall
and wales, yourselves. &My
71,.. AVI MO NUMB—FIVE PEE OEI7
INTEREST—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST OOM
PANY, Walnut Street, South-West Corner or ThlrdPhila
INCORPORATED BY sum STATE OF FENN SYLVAN/A
Money Ie received in any nun, large or small, and Inter
est 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 6 o'clock in' the afternoon, and on Monday and
Thursday avenin_g_e till 8 o'clock.
HON. EERILY L: BRENER, President.
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice President. -
WILLIAM J. Rasa, Secretary.
Money is received and payments made daily without
The Investments are made n REAL ESTATE MORT.
GAGES, GROUND RENTS, and such first ChM securities
P. the r7harter requires. js23-ly
Cif ID E, 0 I L AND LEATHER STORIL
D.K.TRICPATIVIOK I SONB,Ne.2IO. T uraD be
t wean Market and Chestnut Street', Philadelphia, have for
DAP AND sAzrxD 5PA1178.71 MEW,
Dry and Green dated Paths Kips, Tanner's 011, Tanner%
and Ourrier'B Toole at thektwest prroes,end upon the heel
Apar- All kinds of Leather in the rough waisted, for
which the highest market price will be given in sash, or
taken In exchange for Hides. Leather stored free of charge,
and sold on commission. ja20.1.7
.1. P.WILLLLMS,• - - • JOHN JOHNSTON..ow isr EA. W ARE II (IVA N—WHOLEN:
SALE AND BETAXL.—WILLIAMS & JOHNSTON,
114 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, (nearly opposite the Om
tom House,) have joist opened a very ch4ice selection of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, •
Of the latest importations. Also,
RIO, LAGDATRA, AND OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA CO) '
New Orleans, Cuba, Coffee, Crushed and Pulverised Sugars,
Rice, Rice-Flour„ Pearl and Corn Starch, Farina,Teast Pow
ders, Maccarent, Vermicelli, Cocoa, Broma, liztrallo. 1, and
Spiced Chocolate, Pore Ground Spices. Castile, Almond,
Toilet, Palm, German, and Rosin Soaps . Sup. Carbonate of
Soda; Cream Tartar;'Extra Fine Table Salt; PureErtractl
Lemon and Vanilla; Star, Mould, and Dipped Candle*; So.
aar•Cored Hems ; Dried Beef; Water, Butter, Sugar and
Soda Crackers ; Foreign Fruits, &c., 84-
This stock has been purchased for OASH,and will be offer
ed to the Trade, and also to Families, at very moderate ad
vances, from whom we respectfully solicit a share of patron
ILIT MACKE° WIN, (SITOOBSSOR TO
Vl' • NEVIN, *MCKEOWN & 00.,)
And Manufacturer of °ARBON and 00AL OILS, N 0.167
Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. •
White Lead, Window Gleae, and Ghee Ware, at
cheapest rates. . • -
GARDEN - TOOLS".
Cincinnati Amps Shears, Pruning Saws. Digging Perks;
Spades, Rakes, &0., of trot quality, from the Seed and Im
plement Warehouse, 47 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
LAWN GRASS, for forming a Solid Green Turf, equal to
Sods in Yards, Cemetery Lots, or Piemonte Grounds, at the
Seed Store, 47 - Fifth Street, Pittsburgh.
EVER BLOOMING ROSES.-2,000 of, the choicest and
finest Hybrid Roses in cultivation. Price, 50 cents to $l,
assorted—or 12 select sorts for 25. •
- 47 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh.
RHUBARB ROOTB.—Alyatt's Victoria, or Mammoth, at
$25 per 100 roots.
ASPARAGUS ROOTS.--Aidd's New Eihut, at $l. per 100
STRAWBERRY PLANTS.—Wilson's Albany Seeding,
and other choice varieties, in large quantities, for' Market
Glardenore, at the Seed Store of JAMES WARDROP,
47 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh.
FLOWER SBEDS.-26 papers choice, with directions for
cailtlistlon, sent by mail at the low price of 21, from the'
Seed Store of - JAMES WARDROP,
47 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh.
NOTION TO DE ALERS.—Bo gee contalehirt 100 papers of
20 of the, hest seas. Boxes containing 200 papers of 26
varieties, elected with care, and warranted fresh and gen
uine, for sale at fair rates at the Seed Warehouse, 47 Fifth
Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. JAMES WARDROP.
GRAPE VINE Delaware, Rebecca Small Plants, at $3
each. Diana, Concord, with strong roots, at $1 each.
' JAMES WARDROP. ,
ONION SETS.--Silver Skins and Yellows.
GRASS SBEDS.—BIue Grass, Red Top, Orchard, English
Rye Grass, and Mixed Grasses for Yards and Pleasure"
Grounds. JAMES WARDROP.
SEEb POTATOES.—Prince Albert at $3.20 per bushel.
New Jersey Early Junes, at $4.40 per barrel.
" a Pink Eyes, 4.40 •' u-
Early Bidneys , 1.50 a bushel.
At the Seed and Agricultural Store, 47 Pifth Street, Pitts.
burgh, Pa. JAMES WARDROP.
amoo BLAOKBERRY.—Strong Plants, of the famous
New Rochelle or Lawton Blackberry, for sale by
BRUIT TREES.—Extra Large Peir, Pluto, Cherry, Large
Scotch Gooseberries, Cherry, Currants, Ac., wholesale and
retail. JAMES WARDROP.
QMALL Yr ELUI'ES.
Raving paid special attention to the cultivation of
small fruits, and spared no pains or expense to procure
everything of the kind rare and valuable, I am now pre
pared to furnish, in large or small quantities, on rinse:lab' e
terms, the following varieties:
NEW ROCHELLE, OR LAWTON.
50,000 strong and vigorous plants of this superior variety,
alba following reduced prices:
$10.00120 Planta r
5,901 4 do.,
Circalire. giving information as to management of 'plants
and general cultivation, will be forwarded to ell prusbasers.
A very long, beautiful, sweet berry, and abundant
bearer. Highly esteemed.
Prized on account of its comparative freedom front thorns.
and its abundant yield of excellent trait, though not so
large as the first two varieties. Prices same.
BRINOLE'S ORANGE. s2.ooper dozen; PAerour,
RIVER'S LARGE FRUITED MONTHLY, HNEVETT'S
GLINT, HUDSON RIVER ANTWERP, RED ANTWERP,
and YELLOW ANTWERP, at $l.OO per dozen, and, $5.00
per 100 plants. - •
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED VARIETIES, embracing
nearly all the Foreign and Native kinds, both old and new,
worthy of cultivation.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND PEABODY'S SEEDLING.,
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