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Mr. L. D. .Phillips, of Michigan City,, who
received a patent about seven years since for a
submarine boat, will probably receive from the
English Government $OO,OOO for the use, of it,
The London Times speaks of it in the highest
praise. The boat can be sunk, with several men
in it, and be propelled under water, remaining
there several hours without any communication
with the surface. It can Its mode to tine and
sink at pleasure, rapidly or slowly, so that it
would become in time of W ar ono of the most
effective and destructive of all destructive en
1A11'114117 1 SEXENC
THOSN who have been in the habit of buying
goods at the establishiuent of. J. L. Cartinghan
Co., Federal Street, Allegheny City. will . be in
terested in knowing that they hare recently merle
arrangements for an extension of their business,
and now hove on hands a very full and elegant
stook of new style goods for Men's and Boys'
custom work, besides a full variety of well 'made
clothing, neatly cut, and prepared for ftret•class
The "Finkle Machine" is an undoubted im
provement on the old patents, and there is no
reason for adhering to Untie that have heretofore
been regarded stood, totally excluding the idea of
improvement. It is sold by J. L. Carnaghan &
no., Federal Street, Allegheny.
From Col. Albert Pike, H. a, from Arkansas
WASUISCITON, D. C., June 11, 1856
"I have need two bottles of your Bcerhave's
Holland Bitters, and have found it very useful in
case of Indigestion and Headache, and recom
mend it to all who need a pleasant and efficacious
remedy and valuable ionic,
DYSIMPTIO WOMEIN NOTIC n.---.l3ccrbave's Hol
land Bitters has cured me of Dyspepsia by using
it only one, week. I recommend it confidently to
all suffering from this disease.
Pittsburgh, Oct. Nth, 1856.
[Mrs.'s., is the wife of the noted Lithographer.]
The late High Sheriff of Allegheny County,
has given us the following:
" I was afflicted with Debility of the Digestive
Organs amounting to a severe attack of Dyspep
sia, which had reduced my flesh considerably,
My wife was also afflicted under same circum
stances, and with same diseases. Having used
your medicine called Boerhave's Holland Bitters,
we both obtained relief, and are happy to afford
you this public evidence of its value."
Pittsburgh, Tan. 22cf, 1867.
CAUTION I—Be careful to ask for Bcerhave's
Sold at $l.OO per bottle; or, six bottles for
$5.00, by the. sole proprietors, BENJAMIN
PAGE, JR., 5C.00., Pittsburgh; and Druggists
A Valuable Family Medicine,
So celebrated has Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge,
prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
become, that it is regarded as the only specific
cure for worms. Families should never be with•
out a supply of it. At this season particularly,
when worms are so troublesode and frequently
fatal among children, parents should be watchful:
and on the first appearance of those distressing
symptoms which warn us , of their presence, at
once apply this powerful and efficacious remedy.
We are confident that it only requires a - trial, to
convince all that it richly merits the praises that
have been lavished upon it. It is safe and infal
lible. Volumes of certificates can be produced,
showing its great medical virtues.
Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR. W.
LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, mann
actured by FLEMING BROS. of PITTBDURGH,
PA. There • are other Pills purporting to be Liver
Pills, now before the public. Dr. M'Lane's gen
uine Liver Pills, also his celebrated Vermifuge,
can now be bad at all respectable drug stores.
None genuine without the signature if '
[Bl] FLEMING BROS. •
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The latest dates from Liverpool are to March
12th. Trade in England is greatly revived, and
flourishes also on the Continent. Cotton 'had
slightly advanced. 'Breadstuffs and Provisions
were dull. Wheat was very dull. This, of
course, indicates the presence of plenty of food.
The war question presents its usual variations,
with a rather stronger tend:nay to peace] The
Emperor Napoleon had written a very pacific let
ter to Sir Francis Head, of England, which is
published. It takes strong grounds, for an ab
solute monarch to take, in favor of liberal institu
tions, and reflects severely on the English press
for the suspicions promulgated against him, and
the favor shown toward Austria. '
Lord Cowley, the English Minister to Austria
for peeve, left Vienna on , the 10th for London,
bearing, as repbrted, a very satisfactory proposi
lion from Austria. • The 'terms are, of course,
still secret, but a correspondent reports the sue
°ego of Lord Cowley's mission, and states that a
basis of the arrangement which is understood as
likely to be favorably received by all the powers,
had been'deolded upon.
The House of Commons has rejected the Gov
ernment bill for the partial abolition of the Church
rates, by a large majority.
Lord John. Russell has given notice of an
amendment to the reform bill, to the effect that no
adjustment of the eleotive franchise will satisfy
the House or the country, which does not provide
a greater extension of suffrage in cities and
boroughs than is provided for in the bill presented
by Mr. Disraeli.
The Nord distinctly asserts that the Emperor
Napoleon consented to the insertion of the pacific
article in the Afoniieur, to show his moderation
but that the present diftcuities are not diplomat'
balls? settled. If Austria does not yield in her
Italian claims, he will not shrink from the conse
The Paris bourse, on the 9th lust., was buoyant
tinder the rumors of the complete success which
attended, Lord Cowley's pacific mission ; on.tne
follnwing.day, however, a reaction took place.
The Paris" Conaiitutionel says the effective force
of Austria In :Italy, had been Wormed from fifty
thousand to one hundred and eighty thousand
men, The movement of Austrian troops to the
frontiers, for the purpose of being concentrated
there, confirm these
The Auetrian.dispatehes /to Abe °ambassador at
London, for commttnication,to the. Britisb Cab ;
inet, expreSs a desire to Unto 'with' the latter
in endeavoring to save, if possible; the horrorsi
of a general conflagration, and says that it hopes
to make its pricifie intentions perfectly clear;
and remarks that if Piedmont be prevailed upon
to abandon her polio,' of provocation, hopeß for
tranquility in Italy may be entertained. The
dispatches conclude with declaring that Amite&
will only draw , the sword in defence of her incon
testable rights, and the maintenance of treaties
which she considers the only solid gnarantee for
Tha Minister of FOreign Affairs, in his speech,
declares that be does - ifot for a moment doubt
of Pru9 9 l 4 , b e i n g shoat, in concert with England,
to procure a due respect to existing treaties.
110 also said that Euglaud 'and PrusPia are in
this favorable position ; that they are able to
place themselves with impartiality between the
The Turin oorrespondf nt of the London Herald
Faye that the note in the Path . Haniteur has
fallen like a thunderbolt on ,the Court and
ministry, The result of the pacific deolarationa
of France will be to hasten the conflict with
Austria, even single handed.
CLARA E. SOHITCHHAN
P. P. P.
PARK'S PRICKLY PLASTFAS
They motile pain; protect the chest; they extract the
conga/aged impurities and soreness from the system, and
impart strength. They are divided into sections, and yield
to t. e motion of the body. Being porous, all impure ex.
cretions pass oil, and they cannot become offensive, hence
can be worn four times longer than any other plasters, and
are cheaper at 25 cents than others at 10. Where these
Plasters are, pain cannot elite. Weak persons. public speak
era, delicate females, or any affected with side, etiest or back
pains, should try them. You will then know whet they
are. They are a new feathre in the science of medicine.
All Druggists have them. Take no Other. Each Plaster
bears a Medallion Stamp and our Signature.
BARNES & PARK,
n and 15 Bark Row, New York
Also, LYON'S MAGNETIC INSECT POWDER
March 24th, by Rev. R. McPherson, Mr. ALREANDER
EWING to Miss Issfortte M'Cosnr, both of Robinson Tp.
• At the residence of the bride'e father, near At'Reeved,
Pa., on Thursday evening, March 10th, by Rev, R. F.
Flo Mr. LINI If SCOW to Mies Mums J. MORTON.
In Pittsburgh, Tuesday evening, 22d inst., by Rev. D. H.
Barron, Mr. Jose GIFFIN to Mies Assam FISHER, all of
Westmoreland County, Pa.
On the 2let of March, by Rev. J. A. Paving, Mr. JOHN B.
Lcvjaa to Miss SIAM .EIVIHA Timms, both of Clarion
February 24th, by Bey. O. G. Braddock, Mr. LEOPOLD
OPBAUS to Mrs CATHARINE KELLER. On the same day, Mr.
AARON WHITTAICIR to Min Bosom& U. ANDREWS. March
let, Mr. JOHN M. D. Woe)/ •to Miss MARY Montacorr. On
the 17th lust • Mr. JAMES MOKOWN to MSS ELIZABETH BOW
MAN. On the 23d DIM., Mr. 3
-AMES B. Hum to Miss Matto ram
IttrorEL. On the 21th inst., Mr. Jame HOLTZ to Min ABI
On Monday evening, March 7th, by Rev. W P. Moore•
Mr. JON/mass &rammer", of New Jersey, to Miss SAME Mn•
Lea, of Clarion Co. Pa. On Wednesday evening, March 9th,
Mr. CITSITSR M. WALLS to MRS IimiSALI L. ReamLan, both
of Clarion County, Pa. ,
Marsh 17th, by Rev. J. W. Hanna, at his residence In In
Porte, l lnd., Mr WM. M. WrLsoa to Mrs. MARY DINWIDDIII,
both of La Porte County. On the same day, at the hones
MAL° bride's father, Mr. Diva, Seetinors, of Kankakee
City, 111., to Mies Sewn JAM OAKS. of La Porte Co., Ind.
Isnusry , 4th,Rev. T. T. Smith, Mr. i'enuoz. Comma to
MIS MARGARET OSIER. Febniary '24tb, Mr. .isnamea P.
PLATES% tO MISS NATTALIJA ROLLER, all of Marshall Co.,
On Tneeday March I st, 'by Rev. James Allison, Mr.
GROSOR MOHATTIB, to MIAs JANE JULY, both of Sewickley,
Plan—On Friday, March 18th, at the residence
of her son•in•law, Mr. John Gemmill, near Alex.-
dria, Huntingdon County, Pa., Mrs, JAHR JACK
SON, in the 84th year of her age.
Dien—Near Geneva, P i a., March 19th, of con
sumption, Mrs. SARAH, wife of Mr. Jacob Deffen
baugh, in the 50th year of her age.
- Mrs. D. had been a worthy member of the
Presbyterian church of George's Creek for twenty
years and six months. She was eminent for the
exercise of the Christian graces of meekness,
humility, patience, forgiveness, and perseverenee
in her , devotion to the Saviour. Her most peace
ful life was crowned with a calm and peaceful
Aran—March 9th, at half past 10 o'clock P.
M., MART MARGARET, aged 7* years. March
10th, at 1 o'clock P. M.; Emma JANE, aged 4*
years, (two and a half hours between their deaths.)
Also, March 10th, at twenty minutes past 5
o'c!ock, P. M., BENJAMIN JOHN JOSEPH, aged
nearly 2 years—children of George L. and . Han.
nah.Luoas, of Brimfield, 111.
The deceased were the joy and comfort of their
parents' hearts, hut God wanted them, and they
DlED—Near Pattonviile, Bedford County, Pa.,
on the 12th inst., in the 49th. year of her age,
Mrs. CnanLorre D., wife of Jos. B. Noble, Eeq.
This excellent woman was eminent in all those
qualities which adorn a wife, a motber, a friend,
a neighbor; but her crowning excellence•was her
piety. For many years she had been a professed
follower of Christ, and her faith and hope in
him sustained her throughout a protracted ill
ness, and shone forth brightly amid the closing
„scenes of life. Her bereaved family and friends
Will long cherish her memory; it is
Embalmed with all their hearts can give.
' Their praises and their tears." L.
Dttn—ln Martinsburg, Blair County, Pa., on
the 17th inst., Mrs. LEAH MOFADDHN, relict of
thelate Alexander McFadden, in the 71st year of
Oar aged friend was for a quarter of a century
.a professed disciple of the Saviour, and was dis
tinguished for a faithful discharge of her domes
tic duties, and the kindness of her intercourse
With her friends and neighbors. For the last
four or five years, disease and increasing infirm
ities confined her almost entirely to the house;
yet' she bore her trials with patience. These
trials have now ceased, and she is gone, (we
doubt not,) where "there shill be no more death,
neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be
any, : meire pain; for the former things have passed
~Di nn—On the 27th ultimo, in Indiana. County,
Pa., Mrs. RZBEOCA, wife of Mr. Joseph Rapine,
in the 77th year of her age.
The deceased was a consistent member, of
Ebenezer Presbyterian church for the space of
about thirty-nine years. The words-of the
Psalmist, " Many are the afflictions of the right
eous," were verified in her experience, in conse
quence of repeated bereavements in the family,
'having lost .by death eight of her children, six
daughters and two sons, and nearly all of them
after they had arrived at mature age. Her chas
tisements, however, she bore. with Christian
resignation, and the peaceable fruits of righteous
ness appeared. And 'thus, at length, the pro
aess,of training for glory being completed, the
pleasing hope can be entertained that at a good old
age she passed away to the rest that remaineth
for the people of God. ' G.M.
Dinn—At her residence, near Chandleisville,
Muskingum Co., 0., on the 3d of February,
Mrs, Jann . HowaLL, in the 67th year of her age.
Another 'trophy of redeeming love haa been
gathered. Another stone has been laid in Christ's
spiritual temple. Another of the followers of the
Lamb has gone to be with that Saviour whom she
loved, and for whom she waited. The subject of
the above notice was born in Pennsylvania, Jan.
27th, 1798. She 'united with the Associate,ge
formed church in 1815, then under the peetor
:ollia4e of Rev. Matthew Henderson, of
which she remained a member until she
moved With her husband, Lowe Hen Howell, to
Ohio, where she united with the Presbyteria
church of Salt Creek, in 1818: She adorned h*
Christian profession, by a consistent walk and
conversation, for almost a half century. She
was a wife, a mother, and a Christian. In*hat
ever sphere she wag called to act, she carried her
religion with her. As she drew near to the end
of this mortal life, her faith strengthened, and
her :hope brightened, until she fell asleep in
Jesus. Our loss is her eternal gain. B.
( United Presbyterian please copy.)
DinnOn Saturday, February 26, at the resi
dence of her daughter, Mrs, Smith, Armstrong
County, Pa.; Mrs. MARGARST WILSON, in the 83d
year of her age.
The deceased was born in Centre County, Pa.,
June 4th, A. D. 1776, She emigrated with her
husband to Venango County in 1801, end in
1809 removed to Vir,estmoreland County, near to
the place of her death, in which -vicinity she has
since resided. Shebas been a consistent member
THE PREELYTERIAN BANNER AND ADVOCATE.
of the Presbyterian Church, since a very early
age, and for the last twenty years in connexion
with the church of Boiling Springs. Her end was
DIED-At Mansfield, on March 14th, at 9.1
A. M., MApy EsrsiA, daughter of the Rev. R.
and Lilly McPherson, aged 11 years and 8 months.
Tn the midst of blooming 'health, she was
smitten with typhoid congestion of the lungs, and
in three days passed away, with a bright smile, to
her heavenly home, leaving fond parents, loving
friends, and youthful companions, t mourn her
sudden and early departure. " May we he also
ready." Methinks we hear the gentle Shepherd
say, " Suffer the little lamb to come unto me, and
forbid her not." May her sorrowing parents
feel that "'t is well with the child," and be able
to say, "The Lord gave and he hath taken away,
blessed be the name of the Lord." Fond of- the
Sabbath School, and ever a punctual, attentive,
and loving pupil—possessing an • affectionate,
truthful, and yielding disposition—she was be
loved by teachers and schoolmates, and gave
promise of a bright future. gut,
" Why_ should our tears in aorrow flow,
When God recalls his own,
- And bids them leave a world of woe,
For an immortal crown ?"
On the 16th, a large number of friends attended
her remains to Pisgah Cemetery.
Dtim—At Agnew's Mills, Clarion Co., Pa.,
January Ist, 1859, of pulmonary consumption,
JORN F., third son of J. Findley and Susan M.
Agnew, In the 24th year of his age.
The subject of this notice was a young man of
sterling worth, uncommon amiability of disposi
tion, inflexible flrmnese in prosecuting what he
conceived to be the -line of duty, and, withal, a
riling man of no ordinary intellectual powers,
sanctified by grace. Divine, and offered on the altar
of consecration, unreservedly, to his God and
Saviour. When a boy, he went to Franklin to
learn the printing business, and, while there, he
conducted himself in such a way as to secure the
love and esteem of all who knew him. From
Franklin he removed to Pittsburgh, and was as
sociated with the firm of Davison & Agnew,
booksellers, Market Street. It was 'there the
writer first became acquainted with him. The
students of the Seminary loved John, he was so
kind and obliging. He was never impatient in
waiting upon his customers, and the smile he in
cessantly wore upon his face, which was natural
to him, and betokened the sweetness of hie dis
position, attracted 'them to him, and, thereby,
added to his labors, which he performed with the
greatest assiduity, fidelity, and Christian feeling.
It was while engaged in the bookstore that he was
led to make a public profession of faith in Christ
Jesus, and though his mind had, for some years
previous, been deeply exercised on the subject of
religion, yet, it' was during his employment with
Davison & Agnew, that the new birth ,manifested
itself by his publicly avouching Jesus to be his
Saviour. When, or in what place 'the seed was
sown which, by the blessing of Christ,. and the
quickening energy of the Holy Spirit, developed
itself in the new creation, the writer is not aware;
but it was in Franklin that his thoughts were,
for the first time, seriously and solemnly turned
to the subject of religion. It was there " the
commandment came to him, sin. revived and he
died;" and while laboring under deep, pungent.
conviction of sin, and haunted continually with
the thoughts of his lost and ruined condition, in
the providence of God he was brought to Pitts
burgh, where, under the soul-stirring sermons of
Rev. W. M. Paxton, he was led to realize more
clearly than before, the position he pecupied un
der the government of Gocl,and more fully to appre
hend the remedy for hie sin.sick soul. Thus en
lightened and encouraged, he resolved to cast in
his lot with the people of God. Accordingly, he
appeared before the Session of the First Presby
terian church, Pittsburgh, was examined, gave
satisfying evidence of a change of heart, and was
received into fall communion. This was in the
year 1852, or 1853 ; and from that day till the,
time of his decease, his deportment was that of a
Christian, on whose soul had been stamped the
signet of heaven's King, acting and speaking as
became. the. en t tertainer of a heavenly guest, and
as hearing about in his body the Spirit of the
living God. After uniting with the church, he
determined, God willing, to prepare for the min
istry. With that object in view he entered West
minster College, but hie health failing, he returned
to bis father's, where, after lingering for some
time, he died in the full hope , of a glorious immor
tality. On preaching the Gospel he bad set his
heart, but great as is the honors and privilege of
preaching Christ and him crucified, a higher
honor and privilege awaited him in the
sanctuary above, which he was called so early
to realize';' and, now, far above the dark vortex
of terrestrial strifes, be lives amid the light, and
breathes the love. of eternity in the presence Of
hie Redeemer God. " Say ye to the righteous•
that it shall be well with them ; for they shall
eat the fruit of their doings."
GROVER AND BAKER. 9 B
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
ANEW STYLE. PRICE, $50.00.
107 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH.
495 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. •
739 OHESTNUT'STRBET, PHILADELPHIA..
Altar These Machines sew from two spools, end form a
seam of unequalled strength, beauty, and elasticity,
which will NOT rip, even if every fourth stitch be cat.
They- are unquestionably the best, in the market for
sir- BEND FOR A OIROULAR.
Mar At No. 25 Fifth Street, until the 2 rat of April,
when it will be removed permanently to No. 107 - Mar.
kat Street. NATHAN WHITING, eachusive Agent for
Pittsburgh and vicinity. aplo.ly
STEDBENVrLLF FEMALE SEMINARY.
The Sixty-ilret Session of thin Institution trill open
on MONDAY, the 2d of Mev next.
REV. O. O. BEATTY, D.D., Snperintendent.
ap2.3t 4 l PROF. A. M. REID, A.M., Principal
JOllllll Me /KIR ECP TRICK"
A TTORNEY .AND COUNSELOR AT LAB";
nud SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. , '
Atrkr uffioe N 0.133 Fourth Street, five doors above Smith
field Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. ap2 ly*
(LATE MURPHY & BURCHFIELD) .
Another supply of Spring Goods Is now open et the store
'Of the above arm, including new and beautiful styles of
Laclies' Dress Goods,
in Robes and by the yard—Shawls, - Embroideries, and
litaple Goods of all kinds—all of which will be sold at tne
They have also reeelveda very full assortment of
FRENCH CLOTHS, CABBIIIEIIEB,
and Goode for Boys' Wear.
Affir The place—North-East Corner of Fourth and Market
Streets, Pittsborgh, Pa. niafit
ESTABLISHED IN 1.9:36.
Situted sit mites from the Perryaville;and eight miles
from the Mifflin Station, Pennsylvania Railroad. Bummer
Pestdon opens MAY 3d.
The attractions of this School are: Thorough instruction
in English, L•tio, Greek, and Mathematics; Literary'So
cieties and Libraries ; mild, but firm, discipline; healthful
location in the country; beautiful surrounding scenery;
freedom 'tom temptations to AGO ;. superior moral and. re-
Peons influences; vicious pupils not retained; constant
regard paid to the mannersemOrals, and comfort of pupils.
Buys under 12 years of age notedmitted. Pious young-men
cordially welcomed. Terme, $60.00 per session of five
months, payable quarterly in advanca.
For fell particulars, apply to
J. H. sauraeKEß, Printlpal,
Academia, Juniata Go., Pa.
1101. °WAY'S OINTSIDST AND PILLS
should be the never-neglected accompaniment of the
family medicine chest. They combine in their united
agency the cure of nearly all the external. and internal
disorders to which men or women are subject. Their effect
is not partially to remove, but to thoroughly diced
Sold at the manufactory, No 80 Malden lane, New York,
end by all Druggists, tit2Bo., 68e., and;sl per box or pot.
SINGER'S SEWING NIMIIIINES,
FOR FAMILY' SEWING.
Our Machines are vastly superior to any other. Fragile
and delicate dewing Machines, made to please the eye
merely, are recommended for family use. They will not
answer the purpose.
Family Sewing Machines
ought to be stronger than any other, as pester variety of
work is required, and they go into less skillful hands.
Whoever buys one of our Machines knows to a certainty
it will •
PERFORM THE WORK REQUIRED.
Call end examine before purchasing.
ap2-ly 32 Market Straqt, Pittebargb, Pa
E RECHBUR G
A High School for Nales and Females.
D. McKEE, Principal.
This Institution is pleasantly situated in the borough of
Leechburg, Armstrong County, Pa. The location is exceed.
Inwly healthful, and is quite accessible from all sections of
the country. It Is surrounded by a moral and indostrious
community, and affords the advantages of a number of
Evangelical churches, some one of which students are re
quired to attend regularly, as their parents or guardians
The school ysar is divided into two Sessions of five
months each. The Summer Session commences on. Tuesday,
April 12th, and closes on the first Wednesday of October,
having a vacation of four weeks in harvest.
Terms per Session, from se.oo to $lO.OO, according to the
studies pursued. Tuition to be paid one-half in advance,
and the remainder at the middle of the term. No deduo,
lion will be made from the terms of tuition, except in eases
of protracted sickness.
Good boArding can be obtained in the village or sur
rounding country, on reasonable terms. .
For further information, address the Principal, or
REV. L. M. FOAMS,
ap2.at President of the Board of Trades&
PINE GROVE. i trAlis r laillY AND SMILE*
J. B. THOMAS, A. 8., Principal.
The next Session of this flourishing institution will open
on WEDNESDAY, April 27th, 1859, and continue Eve
TERMS—Board, Boom, ,and Tuition, English branches,
05.00 per Session. ,
A daily stage commute with the Pennsyleahia Railroad,
at Spruce Creek.
References—REV. WN. J. GIBSON, D D., Walker, Pa:
. " DAVID STERRETT, Carlisle, Pa.
Address . • J. E. THOMAS.
ap243t Pine Grove Mills, Centre Co.,
LI S OUILISA I ED O BY " S
• ROBERT 'CARTER & BROTHERS,
AND FOR SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BF
John S. Davison, 93 Wood Street,
• No. I.
Abercrombie, John, M. D.:-
The Contest and the Armor, $
Adams, Rev Thomas.
The Three Divine . Sisters, 60
Adopted Son, and ether Stories,
By the author of the Claremont Tales" 1.8m0., 50
Advice to a Young Christian. •
With an introduction by the Rev. Dr. Alexan
der. Iguio., - 30
Africa's Mountain Valley.
13y the Author of "Ministering Children." 1.8m0., 40
Alleine, Rev. Joseph.
Life and Letters of 60
Alexander, Rev.-A., D.D.
Counsels to the Young, 25
.Anderson, Rev. Joseph.
Bible Ught from Bible Lands, • 75
The Annals of the English Bible, 1.76
- The Family Book. 12r0n., 76
Anna; or, The Daughtor at Rome, 60
Ashton College; or, The True Faith, 40
Assembly's Shorter Catechism. Per hundred, 126
4 4 With proofs, per 100, 3.00
Aunt Edith; or, Love to God the Best Motive. By the
Author of " Okra Stanley," 60
Australia. The Loss of the Brig-Australia by Fire, 25
Bantle, Rev. John-
Life Studies, 40
St. Augustine's Life, 75
Life of Capt. Bate, 76
Ballantyne, Randall H. •
Mabel Grant: a Highland Story, 50
The Paint's Everlasting Rest— The only cam
plate edition ever published in this country
with Life of Barter, and Portrait. Royal 800., 2.00
Saint's Rest, usual edition .12m0., 60
A Call to the Unconverted. 18mo., ' • 30
Beautiful Home, so
Private Thoughts. 2 vole., 160
With Introduction by Dr. Tyng, 40
Wokersteth, Rev. Edward.
A Treatise on Prayer. 40
A Treatise on the Lord's Supper,. 80
Eickersteth, Edward Henry,
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JOHN S. DAVISON ,
ap2.lt 93 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
WANTED,—A ENADIJ&TE OF ONE OF
the drat College& of our land, Who. since gradn•
has spent several years in Teaching, and who pro
feasts to engage permanedtly in said profession, desires a
situation in a Collegiate or Academical school. The best of
references and testimonials can be furnished.
SITUE.TION AS TEAOELo
ER, by a Gentleman, who ie well qualified to in
etruot students for. the
B olitioutore Massa Colleges.
Address' with terrier, "BOX 48,"
xris26434* White House, Cumberland Co., Pa.
" BOX 203,, Delaware, 0
fFTTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
ILA having neon granted to the undersigned, on the
estate of Mm. Susan Cook, late of Sewickley Townallin,
Allegheny County, Pa. All persons indebted to said rotate
are requested to make payment, and those haying claims
to present them, duly authenticated, for 'settlement
ma2B 8t D. LEET SHIELDS, Administrator.
WANTED—A sirtwriore AS TRAIDIFIF,II,
Ia a Seminary, Academy, or Select School, by a
Yoram' Lady who is a graduate of one of the beet Institu
tions in the West, and who has also had two years' cape.
Aimee in teaching, and can come well recommended.
Address " TB/WHIM"
mal94t* Boa 477, Pittsburgh, Pa.
tYTAriT D Y All EXPERIANCED
CLASSICAL TSACHISK, a situation in an Aced-
May or "Nigh School Also, a YOUNG LADY, well qualified
to instruct in the coalmen and higher branches, wishee a
situarien in a Female Seminary.
The best or Testimonials can be given. Address, with
full particulars, "A. f 1.,"
, mai2it* Carrick, Allegheny County, Pa.
GRIIDAT GURIOSIT .
. We have one of the greatest curiosities and most
valuable inventions in the known world, for which we
want agents every whore. Frill partioulors sent ran.
ina,9.3t* SHAW k CLARK, Biddeford, Maine.
RsomaviNo AGENT. —T. H. NEVIN,
IgSQ., No. 24 Wood Street, Pittsburgh Ps., will here.
after act as Receiving Agent at Pittsburgh for the General
Assembifs Church Extension Committee. Donations for
the Church Ratension cause should be sent to Mr Nevin.
GY "E. auttAmorz.- - aroat TILE
cure of Chappell Skin, Totter. Erysipelas, Sore
Breasts, Burns, Old Bores, Chafing and Scalding of the Skin
in Children, and, In fact, sill diseases and affections of the
Skin. This elegant and popular vegetable preparation is
used daily by many eminent physicians in their practice,
with great success. as the testimonials in possession of the
proprmtor will show. It ie put up neatly in porcelain boxes,
4 25 and 50 cents each, Sold by Druggists generally, and
by the Proprietor,
A. W. GAYLEY. Druggist and Chemist,
mal9.3m. No. 1800 Chestnut Street, Phila."
WHEELIE* & wrmsovs
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
SEND FOR A CIRCULAR.
*a- These Machines, 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.
8. Simplicity and thoroughness of construction. •
4. Portability, ease of operation and management.
8. Speed. •
'B. Quietness of movement.
9. Strength;iirmnees, - and durability of seam, 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
IMEROVEIIENTS AND ADVANTAGES,
At Re.duced Prices,
• ALEX. R. REED,
fel9-ly 68 Fifth Street,. Pittsbuigh, Pa
604)000 ACRDS OF LAND
POR , ' SALB IN
BARTON COUNTY, MISSOURI.
correct 'maw of these lands, on a large scale, and made
from actual surveys '
shoring 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, allowing the streams, roads,
timber, mineral region, names and houses of settlers, soon.
ty seat, Im., &0., will liefurnished gratis to each purchaser.
The title to these lands le derived direct from govern•
moot, and - le therefore indisputable. The land is offered at
the low price of TWO DOLLARS PM. AORR—a• price
lunch below that of any similar. land in the State—one
half dc vn, and the balatme in three months from, the date
of pureliase, and will be sold in tracts of eighty acres and
upwards, but, in order to secure every possible advantage
to the settler, no person will be allowed to' purchase In a
body more than a section of 640 soros.
Thom interested, are invited to call and examine our Map
of these lands, which, in order to have correct in every par ,
ticttbsr . , has been prepared with great care
WM. FRAZIER &
fel.9-2m No. 67 Fourth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ANSWER. 'TO .1111 ANY LETTERS RJR.
432IVED from solemn ;hers to this paper, et to the moat
direct route to onr Lands, and to avoid anawering each by
letter, we insert the following card:
Route to Barton County; Missouri.
)BY Nivea. TO BOONVILLE;
Theme, by the upper or Western Road, to
DROWNINGS, ON GRAND RIVER;
HOFFMAN'S FERRY, ON THE MOB RIVER;
LAMAR, COUNTY BEAT OF BARTON COUNTY
BY RAILROAD TO TIPTON ;
COAL CAMP, thence to aItOWNINGS, &0., as above.
air Mr. GEO. E. WARD, at Lamar, will show the Land.
GYM. FRAZIER & CO.,
rna26 No. 67 Fourth &mit, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ergirgym “ANEERAcAw PUDIPM-71111S
PUMP, noticed etilorially in the " Presbyterian" of
the 12th of March, is a new and most -novel invention, be
fug a DOUBLE-ACTING PIMP, with but one piston, one
bore, no guide rods, no packing, and no suction. Patented
February, 1859. It raises water in all depths to 150 feet by
hand. and works easier than any other pinup 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 end particulars sent free.
Address JAMES M. EDNEY,
mel2.Bm* 147 Chambers Street, New York.
FOR SELLS OR RUNT.
The owner. of " PAIRVICSV PENIALB SEMI - NARY,"
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 Bast of Bellefonte, and two miles
even the Tyrone and Lock Haven Railroad; there are about
three acres of well improved land attached.
Any information will be given on application to the &Lb
w:Aber. JIMIN IRWIN, JR.
ja224nt Howard Iron Works, Centre aitinty, Pi.
Having paid special attention to the cultivation of
small fruits, and spared no pains or expense to procure
every.tblog of Ilia kind , rare and valuable, I am now pre
pared to furnish, in large or small quantities, on reasonable
terms, the following varieties:
NEW ROCHELLE, OR LAWTON.
60,000 strong and vigoroos plants of this superior variety,
at the followlug reduced prices:
40 do ,
85 do., 5.0014 do., 1.00
Circulars. giving information as to management of plants
and general cultivation. will be forwarded to all purchasers.
A very long, beautiful, sweet berry, and abundant
bearer. Highly esteemed.
Prized on account of its comparative freedom Item thorns,
'and its abundant yield of excellent fruit, though not eo
large as the Ent two varietiee. Prices same,
BRINOLWEI ORANGE, $2.00 per dozen; FASTOLFF,
RIVER'S LARGE FRUITED MONTHLY, KNEVETT'd
GIANT, HUDSON RIVER ANTWERP, RED ANTWERP.
and YELLOW ANTWERP, at SLOO ner 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,
at 60 cents per dozen-112 per hundred—PO pefthonsand.
Great'care has been taken to procure and preserve these
varieties true to name, mid they are warranted correct.
Catalogues sent on application. enclosing stamp.
Address J. KNOX,
rges.6t' Box 478, Pittebnrgh, Pm
NAVIN ARRIVAI. OF PIANOS.
NEM( SCALE 61 AND 7 OCTAVE
The Subscriber has Just received, direct from Boston,
the FIRST SUPPLY of the NEW SCALE 634 OUPAPE
013ICKERING PIANOS, to which the attention of pur
chasers is respectfully invited. These ars in addition to a
superb lot of the seven octave DOW scale first class
Pianos, received from the manufaCtory of CHICK OILING
& SONS, all of which are suppliwi to purchasers at Boston
Factory prices, delivered at Pittsburgh free of the expense
of freightror risk, and every instrument walers A NTEID.
The inip:ovements recently made by Ohickering & Sons,
in their sAvan octave flrstclass Pianos, have been moat suc
cessfully applied to their new 0% octave Pianos, a class of in.
to meet the wants of purchasers of
moti; rate means.. The Improvement consists in a complete
change in what is called the SCALE, being a radical
change throughout the entire Pianos.
All the Pianos now on hand, from the same firm, WITH
OUT THE - mato VENENTS'ANNOUNOED ABOVE,
DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT. .
The price of the new szale WA octave Pianos will be from
$950 to $390, and of the 7 octave new scale,. from $350 to
$7OO, according to the style of exterior.
The subscriber has also the exclusive agency in this city
for the sale of
MASON & HAMLIN'S
Melodeons and Organ Harmoniums.
The Melodeons and Organ Hariaoniums of Magma &
Hamlin are , pronounced superior , to all others, by Doctor
Lowell MaLzOn; by Minim Mitson, the celebrated Organist
of Dr. Alexander's church, New York"; by Thalberg, the
world-renowned Pianist; by George Webb; Gustave Sat-,
ter, and nearly all' the distinguished artists and muidcal
celebrities of the country. They have received the
FIRST PRIZE MEDAL'S
at every exhibition, over all competitors.
The prices of Mason and Hamlin's Melodeons and Organ
Harmoniums are MS follows
-4 1 A Octave Portable Melodious, - $6O
5 " " 44 . - • - - 15.
, is Doable-Reed Portable, - - 226
5 " Piano-Style Melodeons, - 100.
5 it ", Donbls , Reed, 150
° Harmoniums , arlp 4 orps, - - •
8 22 0 0 ,
it 8 " anti Pedals, 400
A liberal discount to churches, and Wholesale ppreltasers.
For sulfa only by., ~JOHN IL MELLOR,'
fe2o , ly No, 81 Wood tit., Pittsburgh, Pa.
ii~ARD TINES NO MORICat—ANY
PERSON (Lady or Gentleman,) In the Vatted
States, possessing a small capital of from WV, can enter
into an easy and respectable business, by which from $ll to
$lO per day can be realized. For particulars, address, (with
stamp,) W. R. ACPON ft Co.,
maaant 41 North-Sixth Street, Phila.
CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE.
NO. UM GRANT STREET, third door from Fifth,
opposite St. Paul's Cathedral. Being in the business far
many years,l am always prepared to supply pirate fam-
Biel and hotels with good servants. in both cities. and also
in the county, at any distance Helps or all kind will
always be In daily attendance at the oSice. '
felkam AL H. NOLAN.
T. B. NEVIN. S. M. FINDLEY. Tuner P. !WIN
U• U. NEVIN de. too., MANITPACTtat...
. ERS Or WHITE LEAD, NED LEAD, and MTH
ARE. No. 24 Wood Strpet, Pittaburgh, Pa. male
Z. T. MOOKRIDGIS. - - - W. W. WAD;
771 T. MO OIERIDO & 00 . *
W , 4 0
Wholesale Dealers in HATS, OAPS, AND STRAW
GOODS, Flowers, Ruches, and Fancy Furs, Noe. 29 and 21
North-Fourth Street, (nearly opposite Merchants' Motel,)
RENOV A L.
WM. E. SCHMERTZ & CO.;
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND MANWAOTDREES.OE
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Have removed to the new and swims atorehonee,
NO. 31 FIFTH ST, BETWEEN WOOD AND NARKET,
Calling your attention to the above notice of our Fe
moSid, and being now provided with more ample and corn
modicum rooms for our large stock of goods, we would
respeothilly solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage
he: tofore bestowed upon the house.
Our complet3 and desirable steak of BOOTS AND SifOBB,
obtained at first hands, strictly from Manufacturers, having
been selected with ,
,the greatest care, never has been Bur
p:awed, and is particularly adapted to the wants of Western
purchasers, and will be disposed of, at" the, lowest market
rate& Our goods we have had manufactured with espeCial
reference to those engaged in RETAILING, and are war
ranted to ere satisfaction.
Perch seers visiting this market are respectfully requested
to call and examine our Stock, as we are prepared to aectun-'
modate them with prime goods, and of just oath
As they may want. Eastern bills duplicated.. All orders
promptly stteuded to, and satisfaction warranted.
rEllatt•tiM WM. B. 80E181ER.V. & 00., No. 81 Fifth St.
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Igo. 52 S2'. CLAIR STliEg7;
Has just returned from the Eastern Cities, and is now res
seising his Spring stock of Cloths, Cassimeres Vestinga,
and:Coatings, of every variety and style adapted this best
city and oountry trade, which will be dada up 'Warder with
promptness and dispatch, and at rates as low as at any
other similar establishment in the city. mal9 dm
II SMITH'. MERCHANT` TAILOR.
• • NO. SI.WYLIE STREST PITIWWWIT,
has just returned from the Eastern Cities, and is neW re
calling his SPRING - STOOL of
Cloths, .Cassimerei, Vestings and 'Coatings,
of every variety and style; edaptsd to the best ' •
CITY AND ,COUNTRY TRADE, : '-
which will he made up to order, with, promptnese and dis
patch, and at as low as any other similar establish.
ment in the city. . male-1y
ArillOICE FAMILY unocicauwas.
ma FALL STOCK just received, and.for sale at reduced
50 hake choice Rio Coffee;
25 do. old Government Java Coffee;
30 do. „ choice Green Laguayra do.;
'4 bales prime Mocha
'5 Mids. hovering'slyrUp - ;
-50 bble. do. Crushed and Pulverised Sugar;
30 do. Refined White and Fellow do 4
100 hf. chests Oolong Tea;
25 do. do. Young - Upson Tea.
-Teas of all grades put up in caddy boxes, for fatally use,
together with a frost supply of Spices, English and Ameri
can,Pickles and Sauces, Foreign. and Preserved Fruits, Fish
in various eized packages, de: ' '
The attention of Housekeepers is requested to, my Cata
logue, which will be furnished by mail if desired; contain
fog an extended list of goods. & ,
Aar- Goods delivered free of charge for Cartage,
at any of
the Railroad Depots or Steamboat landings, and all orders,
however small, carefully filled. '
. _ _
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. •
JOHN A. RENSHAW, Family Grocer,
253 Liberty Street. Pittsburgh.
BROOKS & COOPER,
'NO. 75 MARKET STREET, PI•TTSBUR;GH
DEALERS 'EXCLUSIVELY IN
T-1 - XVIINT
HOUSE-FURNISHING DRY GOODS;
Have Just. Received
A FULL ASSORTIVIENT,
DURABLE FIRE AND WATER-PROOF
ELASTIC ORKENT ROOFING.
The firm of PERRIN & JOHNSON having, b mutual
consent, been recently dissolved, G. S. BA TES and
WM. J,OHNSON 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 Arm of DATES & ..OHNSON, at the oil stand, 75
Smithfield Street, near Diamond Alley.
We are now prepared t.• ewer, with our SUPERIOR
ROOFING, steep or flat roots, over rough boards, and
shingles; comoccition or metal Kora, steamboats, railroad
ears, Lc., being admirably adapted to withstand the various
changes of weather, or the action ii fire, and it is not in
hired by being tramtxd upon. We also attend to repairing
old gravel nes, in the moat thorough manner; also, to
cementing tin, iron, copper, or zinc roan, making them
water-tight, and securing them against the action of the
weather, for 61.50 per square, (one hundred square feet.)
SHINGLE ROOPS CEMENTED,
Preserving them and rendering them FIRBFROOF, fur
$2OO per square—discount for serge roofs.
Thie roofing is CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER RIND OF
ROOF, and is inintrcd at same rates as metal roofs, and is
fast superseding all other kinds.
Roofing material for sale, with instructions for applying.
Referenoes and certificates at our office.
DATES k JOHNSON,
l Smithfield St., near Diamond Alley, Pltteb'g, Pa.
N. D.—Our Cal/Tae fe not rendered worthless in preparing
it for the roof. oelftly
ViiNNW I A >R BLIND 11.•
A. BRITTON & 00.,
MANUEACTURERB, A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
N 0.82 North SECOND Street, above Market, Pihiladelpktis
The largest, cheapest, and best assortment of PLAIN and
FANCY BLINDS of any other establishment n the United
rt. IMPAIRING promptly attended to. Give us a cal
and satiety yourselves. feB•ly
A. VIEI GI FUND—FMB PEEL CENT
INTEREST —NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST OOM
FANY, Walnut Street, South - West Corner of Third, Phila
INCORPORATED er Tlii STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Money in received in any corn, large or small, and inter•
est paid from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal,
The office is open every day from D o'clock In the morn
ing,-till 5 o'clock in the afternoon, and on Monday and
ThrMaday evenings till 8 o'clock.
HON. HENRY L.. IIIiNNZR, President.
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice President.
WLITSANI J. RUD, Secretary.
Money is received and payments made daily Without
The Investments are made IL REAL ESTATB MORT•
GAG B 1 GROUND BVITS, and such first chum sent - Weir
se the Charter requires. - .
yaID E 9 0 I L AHD LEATHER STORE.—
t ween Market and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, hare fop
DRY AND HALTED %PARISI, lUDRS,
Dry and green Salted Petrie ripe, Tanner's Oil, Tannerh
And Currier'?" Toole at theloweet pricee,and upon the beat
tip- All kinds of Leather In the . rough wanted4or
which the highest market price will be given in cub, os
takon In eachauge for Hides. Leather stored free of charge,
and sold on commission. Jag 1y
P.WILLIAMS, - - • • ' JOHN JOHNSTON
STEW op IC A W MOUS E—WHOLffw.
li SALE AND RETAIL.L-WILLIAMS & JOHNSTON,
114 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, (nearly opposite the Cru •
tom House,) haveinst opened a very choice selection of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
Of the latest importations. Also,
RIO, LAGUAVRA, AND OLD GOVERNMEDIT JAVA 00)
New Orleans, Cuba, Coffee, Crushed and Pulverised Sugars,
Rice, Ricedriour, Pearl and Corn Starch, Parina,lreast Pow
ders, Maccaron I, Vermicel 11, Cocoa, Brume, Extra No.l, and
Spiced Chocolate,Pure Ground Spices. Castile, Almond,
Toilet, Palm, Ge rman, and Rosin Soaps. Sup. Carbonate of
Soda ; Cream Tartar; Extra Fine Table Salt; Pure Extracts
Lemon and:Vanilla; Star, Mould. and Dipped Candles; 'Su.
gar Cured 'Hams ; Dried Beof; Water, Butter, Sugar. end
Soda Crackers; Foreign Fruits, Ac, Ac.
This stock has been purchased for CASH,and willbe offer
ed to the Trade, end also to Families. at very moderate ad•
venom', from whom we respectfully solicit a share of patron
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
tin) public to the PHILADELPHIA
Housekeeping Dry Goods Store,
where may be found a large assortment of all kinds of Dry
Goods. required in furnishing a house, time saving the
trouble usually experienced in hunting such article, in
various places. In consequence of our giving our attention
to this kind of stock, to the exclusion of drers sod fermi
goods, we run guarantee our prises and styles to be the
most favorable in the market
• IN LINEN GOODS, •
we are able to give perfect imtiabiction. being the OLDRED
ESTABLISHED LINKS STORE la the city, and haring
been for more than twenty yeare regtilsr importers from
Nome of the beet manufacturers in Ireland. We offer, :deo,
a largo stook of
FLANNELS AND MUSDPNS,
of the beat qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowest
prices: Also, Blankets, Quilts, Bheetings,Tiokings, Damask
labia Clothe, and Napkins, Towelllngi, Diapers, Ruckabeee.
Table and Plano Covers, Damaaks, 'and Manlius, Lace and
Muslin Curtalus..Dintitiea, Furniture , Chintzes,. Window .
Shadings, &0., &a: JOIIN 'T. 'COWELL it' BON,'
S. W. corner of Chestnut and Seventh Ste.,
The Bettanin ie pnbliebed weekly, in the cities of Plif
burgh nd Philadelphia, and in adapted to general eirculatil
in the Prembyterianthurch.
IN CLUBS of twenty, and upwardn,
DELIVERED in either of the cities,
ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance.
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