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pnrations are making for planting a third more
corn than usual. Grass is at least a month in
advance of last year at this time. The reports
from other portions of the State are all favorable.
The Steubenville Herald has ascertained that
the fruit in that section of the State, is so far
safe from the effects of frost.
SNDIANA AND triarots.
The papers all speak well of the wheat orop
in these Staten•
The accounts are all favorshle for the growing
wheat; and the farmers are cheered with the
- prospects of gathering a plentiful harvest.
The Louisville Democrat, says that the peaches
are in full bloom and have. been slightly thinned
out; but pears, apples, and cherries, aro not eo
forward, and the belief in the country is, that
they have sustained little or no injury from the
Tho Tivoopeoto for the growing wheat crop is
better than at any oorreeponding period for ten
The wheat crop promises well. Recent heavy
rains have much retarded all Spring work, both
in the fields and in the gardens'. In the lower
part of the qtate, and in the Weet and Elouth-
Western part of Kent County, the corn lands
were completely overflown with water.
The prospects in this State, for an abundant
and early harvest, are very encouraging.
The wheat le in good condition, and promisee
The accounts are exceedingly flattering.
Wheat is in a tine condition. Cotton also looks
well. The season in this State is three weeks
earlier than usual. The fruit trees are oovered
with young fruit.
The wheat last •Nall was got in when there was
no excess of moisture, in good season, and got
strong before the Winter set in. The present ap
pearance of the crop is encouraging, A very
large quantity of Spring wheat will be sown this
Harvesting in some of the Southern States is
expected to commence by the middle of June.
Pirrenint6ll, Tuesday, April 6
Business was quite animated during the peat week. The
Spring activity is bat now at its height. The rivera con
tinue in good navigable order. The weather has undergone
a change since our last, and we have had a light fidl of
snow, and occadenslly slight frosts. The weather on Mon.
day and Tuesday was exceedingly cold and disagreeable.
The wind wee very high, and swept the streets, rendering
It unpleasant to pedestrians.
enrsea rim Ecos—Prime butter, 21426 c.; common, 28@
24. Bgge, 103.4 11%.
Queers—Western Reserve 12o.; Goshen, 1234 c.
Daum IRUlT—Apples, 2.50 l Peaches, email@example.com.
Famines-48a. . _
14,otia—Eloperelne; from first hands, at 6.2505,80, and
extra 5.6006.62. - Prom store, superfine 5.5005 75, extra
6.0006.26, and family do, 6.2606.50. Rye in nuke at 2.40
prr 100 Ibe,, and in bhls. at 487. Corn Meal, 90e. in Banks.
GRAM—Oats. 48060 from first hands, and 52455 a. from
afore. Rye, 90(411 00 Corn: ev, 85; shelled, 88. Barley
String, 66. Fall, nom Wheat; Mediterranean, 118 t.
1,20. and Southern 1.260140.
HAT--}llOOOl6 00 per ton.
LlMBSR—Oommon, 7.50; mixed do., 8.8049 00, and clear,
18 60. Timber, 8010 per noble foot.
PoTATolB—Common, 70(080; mixed,. 80066; Anshan.
Pro MBIAL-Bbort Anthrseite No. 8, 227,50028.00 ; No. 2,
Wm—Clover, $5.00 from let hands, and 5.50 from afore.
PEIRSONB going to Allegheny City will find the
establishment of J. L. Cameos° & Co., well filled
With first class clothing for Men and Boys; and
the newest style of piece goods,for custom work,
shirts, gloves, hosiery, and a general line of fur•
Melling goods, make their stook a very attractive
one to all who desire to make purchases in their
Standing on its own merits and only.caneing
agreeable disappointments to purchasers; the
" Finkle" Sewing ',Machine, has once found its
way to public, favor, and is now one of the
most portalsr in use. It is a real improvement:
and is used in manufacturing both cloth. and
leather as well as for family , sewing. Sold by
J. L. Carnighan Sr, Co., Federal Street, Alle.
Headache and Debility.
Mr. Silas J. Liscomb, of Birmingham, i says7 6 ,
44 I have - found in Bcorbave's Hollaneßitters a
remedy for Headache and Debility. My wife has
also used it with. the greatest benefit."
Mr. A. S. Ntaholson, Pittsbarxh, ass re
marks that he has experienced much relief from
its use, for Headache.
Take a,half tea-spoonful three :times a day, ,an
hour before meals. Eat moderately, and then of
whplesome food, and you will find this is really ;; a
remedy for Sick and Nervous Headache, Weakness
of any kind, Costiveness, and Plles. Being per
fectly simple in composition; it may be taken
without fear by the invalid. Possessing a •fine
aromatic flavor, it is very grateful to the
tated stomach. ,
extrrlow I—Be careful to ask for Bcerhaves
Sold at $l.OO per bottle; or, six bottles for
$6 00, by the sole proprietors, BENJAMIN
PAGE, JR., & CO., Pittsburgh ; and Druggists
A Great Blessing to the Afflicted..
Dr. M'Lene, the invextter of the celebrated
Liver Pills, prepared by. Fleming Bros., Pitts
burgh, Pa,, used these pills for several years in
his practice, before be could be induced to offer
them to the public iu suoh a manner as to make
them known throughout the couhtry. This
learned physician felt the same reptignance that
all high-minded men of , science feel in entering
the lists against those unscrupulous empirios who
obtrude their useless nostrums upon 'the public,
and rely upon a system of puffing to sustain
them. Convinced, however, of the %real value of
the Liver Pills, and influenced -by the plain dic
tates of duty, the Doctor finally authoriped Flem
ing Brcis., of Pittsburgh, Pa., Who '
sole proprietora, to manufacture and , place - Ahem
before the public. This great medicine tae pot
disappointed the'expeets,tions of his friends, the
medical faculty, at whose instance he was in
duced to place them before the public in their
present popular form, .Form every quarter do we
hear the most gratifying accounts of their won
( derful curative ( effeete—the East an I the West,
the North and the South, are alike laden with
"tidings of greatloy "'from the afflicted. These
wonderful Pills have 'completely conquered that
great mugs of America, the Liver Complaint.
Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR.• M'-
LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, maxm
natured by FLEMING BROS. of PITTE/11111Viff,
PA, There are other Pills purporting to be Liver
Pills, now before the public. Dr. M'Lane'e , gen
uine Liver Pills, also his celebrated Vermifuge,
can now be had at all respectable drug 'stores.
None genuine without the signature of -•
[9s] FLEMING BROS:
By the steamship New York, arrived at New
York City April btb, we have Bonthampton dates
to the 28d ult,
It has been determined to hold a Peace Con
gresi for the settlement of Italian affairs.
The Neapolitan exiles bad arrived at Bristol.
They were received by a gathering or at least
ten thousand persons, who '.had assembled on the
quays in the vicinity of the landing.
The Paris oorreepondence of the London Peen
states that the Emperor haring been informed of
the ultimate resolutions of 'Austria, now.. desires
to recede, by diplomatio help, from his aggressive
Another letter says that Austria and France
appear more inoliJed toward a pacific solution
of Italian affiirs. It is certain that the Austrian
force in Lombardy is more imposing than was
supposed. The 'Vienna correspondence says
there is no danger of its being diminished for the
Telegraphic dispatches from Paris say that the
Five Powers have agreed to the assembling of an
European Congress, but the basis and extent of
the discussions are not settled. Hague. London,
and Berlin, are mentioned as likely places for the
meeting• of this Congress.
The Austrian papers warn their readers against
too mdch'confidenee in the peaceful reports, and
expred% the opioion that it is very doubtful
whether the Congress will he convoked.
The export of arms, gunpowder, and sulphur,
from Austria to the Italian States. is prohibited.
Cardinal Antonelli had again requested the im
mediate evacuation of Rome by the French
The London Daily News says that the last
Austrian circular is reported to'have been written
by Prince Metternich. '
The advices by the Bombay mail to the 26th of
February had been received at London.
The Insurgents under Rohllas had been dis
persed by the English, and the forts captured
without a blow.
Tantia Topee was still at large.
Union Temperance Convention.
, A Union Temperance Convention will be held in the vil
lage of West Lebanon, Indiana County,on TUESDAY, April
19th. AIL the friends of Temperance are cordially invited
to attend.. The meeting will be opened at 11 o'clock A.M.,
with a sermon by the Rev. W. W. Woodend, of Bsitsburg,
and in the afternoon several other epeakere will entertain
W. B. T MOB,
JAS. WILSON, Com. or Arrangem'ts
P. P. P.
PARK'S PRICKLY PLASTERS
They soothe pain; protect the chest; they extract the
congulated impurities and soreness from the system,. and
Impart strength. They are divided into sections, and yield
to the motion of the body. Being porous, all impure ex
cretions pass off, and they cannot become offensive, hence
can be worn four times longer than any other plasters, and
are cheaper at 26 cents than others at 10. Where these
Plasters are, pain cannot exits. Weak persons, public speak
ere, delicate females, or any affected with side, shwa or beak
pains, should try them. You. will then know what they
are. They are a new feature in the science of medicine.
All Druggists have them. Take no other. .Each Planter
bears a Medallion Stamp and our Signature.
BARNES & PARK,
13 and 15 Park Bow, New York.
Also, LYON'S MAGNETIC INSECT. POWDER
NUN. WINSLOW, an experienced Nurse end le
male Physician, has & Soothing Syrup for chlldren teeth
ing: which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by
softening the gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay
all pain and regulate the, bowels. Depend upon it, moth
ers, it will give rest to yourselves and relief and health to
your infant. Perfectly dare in all cases. Bee agiverftse
February Flat, by Rev. Geo. W. S loan, at the residence of
Slept T. 0. English, Fort Eltellaeoom, Lieut. D. B. 31'13.mani
U. S. Army, formerly of Pittsburgh, to Mies Jstcan F.
Yonne, of Hampton, Va.
On Tuesday,liforeh 15th, at the rseldenee of the bride's
father, near Burgettatown,Washington County, Pa., by
Rev. John Rtoekton, D.D.,,ter. J. T. FRIDIIIIIOI[9, -pastor of
the Burgettstown Presbyterian eburch, to Miss Meng, only
daughter of. Robert Coalman, Eng.
On February 16th, by Rev. W. B. Heeling, Mr. 3klllB L.
Rss to Miss SWOON, daughter of Robert Anderson, M.D.,
both of Cross Creek Township, Waebington County, Pa.
On Marsh 80th, at the residence of the bride's mother, by
Rev. A. Craig, Mr. JOSIPIEI G. Ram to Bliss MARGA3II2 M.
billuttair, ail of Hanover, Jo Devine County, 1.11.
At Newton Hamilton, on the 221 nit, by Rev. D. D.
Clarke, Mr. CHARLES MIATTliti to Miss Suomi 8. Ten.oe.
On March 17th, at Cook's Hotel, Cambridge. by Rev.
Samuel Mahaffey, Mr. ELIAS °lummox, of Washington, to
Mho NAICOY Dunn, of Mithilebonrne. 0. At Sewn:11011e; on
the earns day, by the enure, Mr WILLIAM SWANEY, of Wash
ington, to Miss IEriTESA.II. AtrannOti, of Senacaville, 0.
On the indult., at the homes of the bole's father, near
Salem 0.. tor Rev. A. B. Maxwell, Mr. RUNTZB MARX, of
Edinburgh, 0., to Mice SABAH A. MARTIN:
On Thursday, March 28d, by Rev. W. M. Ferguson, Mr.
W. H. THOMPBON to Mies BURRY Boom, both of the vicinity
of Washington, 0.
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air Those Machines sew from two spools, and form a
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which will -nor rip, even if every fourth stitch be cut.
They are unquestionably the beet in the market for
( family use.
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SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Sr Once, 189 Wota' Street, Pittsburgh,
IWORISII NEWICIKLACY MALE AND FE.
1,111 HALE AOADEIY, Beater County, Pa.
H. WEBBER, Principal.
The Bummer-Seesion of thie Institution will commence
on,thefoth...yiy of May. It MT trds adrentag4 for, a thor
ncitiCSdleintiflo and Classical Education which cannot be
entpaescd. ' Ito location is healthy, and the students are
freed' from all , , immoral associations. The teachers em-
Ployed 'are Of the fret clue. Terms ' per Session of eye
months, Including '
Boarding, Tuition, Room and Furniture,
Lights and Fuel, Et. $435.00.
Refer to Hon. J. R. PARSE, Manchester; Capt. W. W.
MARTIN, Allegheny City; 0. 'FRASER, Esq., Pittsburgh,
and H. WEBBER, Principal,
apO4f ' North Sewickley, Bearer County, Pa.
NO. 87 FOITIVrE Br, NE4I? TFOOD, PITTSB6,72CIIf.
W. D. & EL.M'CALLTIM,
Have now In etore a very large assortment of goods in their
line, to which ell te the attention of pur
chasers. Thefo l lo wing lo are a few of the articles which
usually compose our stook:
• Three Ply, and
of every grade. Hall and Stair Carpets, _Stab Bode, Mat
tinge, Rags, Mats, Venetian Blinds, and Blind Trimmings,
Hold Shades, Piano and Table Covers, &e., &c.
HARPISTS FON 01311ROELOS, at reduced rates.
We offer all at a very slight advance on cost.
W. D. & H. Bromtum.
iirmn - PourEbl'lON
__ _ .
WITH PLATES OF POROELAIN AND CORAL.
DR. N. STEBBINS having opened a Dental Office at 191
Penn Street, is Prepared to manufacture and insert Teeth
of the above deebriptlons, and eoliclts an examination of
their claims to public - favor.
'ln introducing these new and improved styles of Den
tistry to the citizens of Pittebur
el. Dr. S. feels assured of
the lame favorable reception which ham been accorded to
them in New York and other losalltlee where they have
been practically tented; and be furthermore believes that
they are, destlned,teasupersede, ee they excel, all other
styles, In IfeltneNt3rength, beauty, and purity, and in
every quality whlc render artificial teeth desirable, and
are at, tne same,,time unit lees expensive.
Dr. Stebbiee will Insert Gold Plate work in the.best style
for guy who prefer it, and those making a trial of the new
met Sod, if not perfectly satisfied, may exchange for Gold
Plate, by, paying tne difference. Specimensilyhe Joralite
and Porcelain Teeth may be seen by all wh entre to ex.
amine thenz,at.hie of
ap9.9na 191 PENN STREET, NEAR ST. GLAIR.
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nowr.ovvAv , . PILLS AND OINTMENT.
—The genuine are .enelly distinanished from the
counterfeit by the Irides-mark that waste In every leaf of
the book of direations, "Holloway New York and London."
in semLtransparent lettere, visible when held between the
eye and the light.
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end by all Druggists. at 2F,c., No., and 1.1 per box or pot.
Ct FADER 8 RID GIN AO &DERRY.
" The AU lain NM MUM of this I natitntion will open
on TUMKDAY, 94 of May neat Tuition foes, $O.OO, $4.00,
or WM, according to the branches otudled. Boarding,
$2OO per week.
ALEX. DON A 1.1)S013, Principal.
3.41. DONA LDSLIN.
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8 %MUM, KENNEDY,
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is a most delightful and healthy one, being in the hill coun
try and on a beautiful eminence.
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tinue, with a short Interval in July, until tuts last in Eep•
TERMS OF TUITION.
Per quarter, . - ' - - $4.00 to $6.00
A limited number of Females tAkon to board in the fam
ily of the Principal. Terms of board; $23.00 per quarter.
several families in the vicinity of the Academy will also
NU farther particulars. apply to
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Illustrations of the Beatitudes,
Clark, John A., D.D.
A Walk about Zion. .12m0., 4
The Young Disciple,
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Awake, Thou Bleeper. 12m0.,
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Daily Scripture Promises
The ' World'a Religion,
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Christ Reetelvieg Sinners, 30
Cunningham, Rev. J. W.
A World without Souls, 30
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Life of Oliver Cromwell, , 50
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The Christian Philosopher.' New edition. re
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The Losing and Taking of Idansonl;
LECTURES ON THE 'HOLY WAR.
BY REV. A".' S. PATTON, A. Itt.
1 y01.0.2m0. Trice, $1.00,-
This is a work that has long been needed. Runyan's
other great allegory has been the basis of a number of
popular and useful volumes of lectures, but this is the drat
successfal attempt to unfold the wonderful teachingsof the
Holy War. .
It is finely Illustrated with
BIGHT SPIRITED ENGItAVINOS. - •
and will be found a book of rare interest.
Bunyan's sublime allegories have done more,. perhape,
than any other uninspired books, to guide aright sinners to
the Saviour, and strengthen the faith of God's. people.
Though many volumes of lectures have been written by
distinguished authors on the Pilgrim'eTrogress; this is the
first instance we now remember of an attempt to. explain
and enforce the lessons eoggeeted by the "Holy War."
The author has certainly accomplished hie leek In a manner
worthy of his great theme. The book Is got up in handsome
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Bold, etriking, and original in its handling of the subject,
it is a book that cannot fall to arrest the attention, and
make a deep impression; on the reader. It brings out the
great work of salvation by the various steps of trial, suffer.
lug, and joy, so that a whole body of practical theology is
here discussed, and important truth presented, so as to in
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HOUSE • AND SIGN PAINTERS.
FLAGS, BANNERS, AND BADGES,'
PAINTED IN EVERY STYLE.
Painting and Ornamenting Masonic
MIXED PAINTS, GLASS, AND PUTTY,
BOR SALE AT
No. 105 Third Street, mear. Wood,
mal9 Out PITTSBURGH, PA.
SLNGIGEW SEWING MACHINES.
FOR FAMILY SEWING•.
Our Machines are redly superior to say other. Fragile
and delicate hewing Machines made to please the eye
merely } are recommended. for Machines,
nee. They will not
answer the purpose.
Family Sewing . Maehinns
ought to be stronger than any other, as wester variety of
work is required, and ,they go into less : skillful bands.
Wheeler buys one of our Machines knows to a certainty
it will '
PERFORM THE ,WORK REQUIRED.
Call and eatnnine before purchasing.
>-82 Market Street, Pittsburgh. Pa.
I 1 SMITH. MERCHANT TAIEQR,
•.• NO 84 WYLLE STREET, PITTBBIIROH,
has just returned from, the Eastern Chloe, and is .now re•
netting his SPitING STOCK of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings and Coatings,
of every variety and style, adapted to the best;
CITY AND, COUNTRY TRATT,
which will be made rin to order, with promptness and die
patoh,,and at rates 118 low as any other similar establish
ment in the city. „ manly
G R AY.
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
NO. 52 Sr. CIAIIt,STES' I r;::
Murjast returned from the F.astern Oities,..and is now re
ceiving his Spring stock of. Cloths, Oassinuiras, Vestings,
and Coatings; of every variety and sfyle, admired to the best
city and country trade, which will be made up totorder with
promptness and dispatch, and it 'rata - as low as i k t. any
other similar'establishireiint in the city. mal97em
WALL PAPER WALL PAPER
Owing ' to the INCIINASING DEMAND BON,PAPER
W. P. MARSHALL & C 0.7
Have made large additions to their extensive' stook, com
HALL;;., • LODGE:B,
DINING ROOMS, VESTIBULES: '.l
In Gold, Velvet, Baguet, Plain and' Panel
• WINDOW-CURTAIN S , TESTERS,
Making the most complete assortment'
WEST OF THE MOUNTAINS.
N. B.—A large trade enables ns to.sell at
VERY LOW PRICES.
W. P. MARSHALL & CO,
mal.2-Bta No. 87 Wood Street, Pittsburgh..
ROPINSON eic C 0..,
No. 2.3'::Fifth Strut, Pittsburgh,
H ave nen ' completed the extensive improveuieut, Of, their
stotei amtare daily receiving from the manufacturers, their
Spring /Mock of Cerpetings, OlLeloths, etc., etc., comprising
many new and beautiful patterns cf ,
Brussels do.; „ ;! 4
Importetand Snperfine 3 ply",
_Super and Fine do .;t.
,Hemp Carpetingt of:all qualifies ; also, Oil Cloths, M4ttints,
Rugs, M atte, Window Shades, , Yehlwand Yiano'Ckriorili
and all at thelowest prices:. .. malWam
(Established In 1846)
Jonw . ICIRECPATILICK.
ATTORNEY AND DOUNEELOR AT LAW;
and SOLTOLTOR IN 011ANORRY.
sir Office N 0.133 Fourth Street, five doors above 9 inith
field Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. . ap2ly*
BIIILCUISIMILD & CO•s
(TATE Mt:MPH:it a tiIaItOII.PIRLD)
Another supply of Spring Goods is now open at the store
of the above firm, including new and beautiful styles of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
in Robes sod by the yard—Shawls. Btribrolderles, and
Staple Goods of all kinds—ail of which will be sold at toe
They hare also received a very full assortment of
FRENCH CLOTHS, CASSINIERES
and Goods for Boys' Wear.
Kai - The place—North-East Corner of Fourth and Market
Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa. ap2-6t
bb Ir an T LIN It 111 NO 11110ELEOS—ANY
PICRSON (Lady or Gentl ntan,l in the irinited
States, poressing a email canital or frcm $3 to 0, can enter
into an easy and respectable business, by which from $5 to
$lO per day can be realized. Fur partlen are, address, (with
stamp) W. A. sOPON
mas4m 41 North-311[th Street, Phila.
ITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE"
NO. 100 GRANT STREET, third door from Fifth,
'opposite St. Paul's Cathedral. Being In the business for
many years, I am always prepared to supply private fam
ilial and hotels with good servants, In both titles, and also
in the county, at any distance Helps of all kind will
always be hi daily attendance at the office.
fel2.Brn M. K. NOLAN.
TTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
.haring been granted to the undersigned, on the
eetale Airs. Susan Cook, late of Sewickley Township,
Allegbeny County, Pa. All persons indebted to said estate
a-a requested to make payment, and 'throw having claims
to present them, duly authenticated, for settlement
nia26 81 D. LEET SHIELDS Adminietrator.
ri p & J. T. Ii[vCAECE
• Corner of Liberty and Sixth Streets, Pittsburgh,
have received their SPICING STOOK OF GOODS for
MEN'S WEAR ,
Comprising the latest importations of Cloths, Cassimeres,
Vesting', &c., which they are prepared to make to order in
a: style and at such prices as cannot fail to please.
Their Stock of
READY MADE CLOTHILNG
Cat and made under . their own supervision, is got up in a
very superior manner, and will be sold at the LOWEST
CASH PRICES. ma 12.13,
WANTED—A SITUATION AS TFIAOIN.
BR, by a Gentleman, who le well qualified to in
struct students for the ,bophonwre Claes of Colleges.
Address, with terms, "BOX 48,"
vaa2B4t* White House, Cumberland Co., Pa.
ORAEIIIikTF. OF ONIO OM
W the &St Colleges of our laud, who. since gradn
sting, has spent several years in Teaching, • and who pro.
fesses to engage permanently in said profession, desires a
Caution in a Collegiate or Academical 6chool. The beat of
references and testimonials can be furnished.
Addresa "J.," BOX 203, Delaware, 0.
AVLEWOI ALIKA.DINE,FOIS. • THE
gut . cure of Chapped :&kin, Tatter, Erysipelas, Sore
Breasts, Burns, Old . Bores, Chafing and Scalding of the Skin
iu Children, and, in' fact, all diseases and Malone 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
proprietor Will show. It is put up neatly in "porcelain boxes,
at 26 and 50 cents each, Sold by Druggists generally, and
by the Proprietor,
A. W. GAYLET, Druggist end Chemist,
No. 1800 Chestnut Street, Phila.
ma 19.3 m
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 anplication at our
office, and copies of the same, showing the streams, roads,
timber; mineral region, names and houses of settlers, coun
ty seat, &e., &o, will be furnished gratis to each purchaser,.
The title to these lands is derived direct from govern
ment, and is therefore indisputahle. The land is offered at
the low price of TWO DOLLARS PE& ACRD-4 price
much below that of any shriller 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 possible advantage
to the setaer, no person will be allowed to purchase In a
body more than a section of 640 acres.
There interested, are invited to call and examine our Map
of these lands, which, in order to have correct in every par
ticular, has been prepared with great care.
WM. FE.A.ZIER & CO..
No. 67 Fourth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
llliANSWitla TO EUBrIt LETTERS RE.
OEIVED from subsoilbers to this paper, as to the moist
direct tOotO to oar Lands, sod to avoid molting each by
letter, we insert the following card:
Route to Barton County, Missouri.
BY RIVER. BOONVILLB;
. • • -
Thence, by the upper or Western Road, to
BROWNINGS, ON ORLND RIVER;
, HOFFMAN% PERRY, ON THE,OSAGE RIVER;
LAMAR, COUNTY BEAT OP ;BARTON COUNTY
' • OR,
BY RAILROAD TO TIPTON ;
COAL CAMP, thence to BROWNENDS. do., as above.
MB" Mr. GEO. M. WARD , at Lamar
CO., th Land.
No. 67 Fourth Sheet, Pittsburgh, Pa.
EEIMISTPAI . 46 ABECRAOAISI PunilP.99—Tnis
:PUMP, notified elitorially in the " Presbyterian" of
the'l2th of Hatch, is a new and most novel invention, be
ing, DOUNLNAOTING PUMP, with bat one piston, one
bore; no guide rode. 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 pump made; is
simple, durable, cheap, and can be put in without going
into.the well, and warranted to give satisfaction. Prices
from $lB upwards.. Drawings and particulars eent free.
147 Chambers Street, New York.
lova' SAEr Id O.H. H. T
The owner. of " treaavitsw Pit HALE BE MIN AIM,"
offer for sale or rent this prciParty, situate at Jacksonville,
Centre County, Pa. The buildings are large and commo
dious, being built expresely - lbr aleminary, are beautifully.
located in a healthful and proSperotts section of the county.
A good portion of the furniture needed is now in the build
ings. It is nine -miles East of- Bellefonte, and two miles
from the Tyrone and Lock Raven Railroad; there are about
three,aeres of well improved land atiached..
Any information will be even on application 'to the sub
soriber. - JOUR IRWIN, JR.
jek2S.-' 8m Howard IrenzWorlre, ContraDonnty, Pa.
OP Having paid special attention to the cultivation,
small fruits, and spared no pains or expense to procure
everything of the kind rare and valuable, I am now pre
lured to furnish, in large or small quantities, on reasonable
terms the following varieties:
' • BLACKBERRIES. .
NEW .ROOHELLE, - Old - LAWTON. .
50,000 strong and:vigorous plants of ibis superior variety,
at the following reduced prices: .
100. Plants, .$lOOOl2O Plants, $4.00
40 • , 6.00110 do:, 2.00 '
30 do., . , 5.00(.4 do., . 1.00
Circulars, giving inibrinalion as to management of plants
and general cultivation, will be forwarded teen purcbasers.
A very loug, beautiful., sweet berry, and abundant
bearer. Highly esteemsd., , •
' ' -xxvintoVs'nicißiguss.
Prised on account of its comparative freedom from thorns,
and its abundant yield of excellent fruit, though not so
large as the; first two varieties. ;Prices same.
BRINOLNB 'ORANGE, :$2.00 'per dozen; PARQUET,
RIVER'S' LARGE' tatILTBD_ hIONTEILY, RNEVETT'S
GIANT, HUDSON .RIPER ANTWERP, RED, ANTWERP.
and. YELLOW ANTWERP, at 11.00 per deizen, .and $05.00
per 100 plants.
MORE THAN ONE BIINDEEDT:hRIETTES, , embracing
nearly all the Foreign and. Native kinds, bottold and new,
worthy of Miltivation;
ONE HUNDRED TII0118,!ND PEAlltitirB SEEDLING,
at 50 cents per dozen-417 Per hundred—slo per thousand.
Great care has been taken to procure and preserve these
varieties, true to name; andthey are warranted correct.
Catalogues sent on application, enclosing stamp.
Address J. IC.NQX,
Box 478, Pittsburgh, Pa.
**IMMO 11111.. ED CASP,IF.W WARN.
- M 2 aLS ' ' bait
N0.:112 MARKET STREETREXR LIBERTY.
We have just received our supply of -Spring and-Summer
Carpets and OA Cloths. Our stook is full and complete,
comprising ' •°'
Velvet Carpets - • .
- Three Ply
- Tapestry Ingrains ;
. • Venitian Carpets.
Also, a good assortment- of Oil Cloths, Slatting, Stair Hods,
Rugs, Window Shades; also, Agent for Bailey's Patent
'Shade and Fixtures, de, do.
The above goods have been selected with great care, and
bought direct from the manufactories, and of our own im
portation. Please call and stamina our stock:
ma26:2in W. MTLINTOCK.
FINN. GROTE ACADEMY AND Slin
R. THOMAS, A, B„ PrhicipaL
The next Session of this nourishing Institution will open
on , WEDNESDAY, April 27th, 1859, and continue five
TERMS—Board, Room, and Tuition, English branches,
gAS DO per Session.
A deity stage connects with the Pennsylvania Railroad,
at Spruce Creek.
References-LIMY. WM. J, GIBSON, D D., Walker, Pa.
” DAVID STERRETT, Carlisle, Pa.
J. E THOMAS.
Pine Grove Mills; Centre Co., Pa.
ESTABLISHED IN 1883. " •
Situated sii miles from the. Perrysville, and eight miles•
from the Mifflin Station, Penniylvantaßeilrod. Bummer
Pension opens MAY 3d. .
The attractions ot - this School are; Thorough instruction
In English, Latin, Greek, and Mathematics; Literary So.
Males and Libraries ; mild, but firm, diecipline; healthful
location in the country; beautiful anrrorunling scenery;
freedom 'rout temptations to vice; superior moral 'and re
ligious influences; vicious pupils not retained; constant
regard paid to the manners, morals, and comfort of pupils.
Boys under 12 years of age not admitted. Plow young men
orrdiedly welcomed. Terms, 1168.00 per tension of fire
monthit, piyable quarterly in advanoe.
For foil particulars, apply to
J.ll. 8111311AllEf1, Prinsipal;
Academia, Juniata Co., Pa.
LAIRSVILLE FEBVICLIgi SENTNART
On, the Illatrovitle Branch of the Penns, Boilramr
SIX PERMANENT TEACHERS:
Aecomnwidations for SIXTY BOARDING SCHOLARS.
Every advantage afforded for an extended, thorough, polite,
and Christian Education.
Per Session of five months, $BO.OO. Abatement for two
from a family, for persons of limited means, and for
daughters of clergymen.
The next Session (it being the fourteenth under the
present Principals) will commence MAY 2n. Early appli
cations are'desired. Catalogues furnished. Address
REV. S. H. 'SHEPLEY, Principal,
fali/Sm Blairsville, Pa.
Ceall WILAM A4IADISSIVe AM AIRY VIEW,
Tuscarora Valley, Juniata County, Pa., one-fourth
• mile from the Perrysville Station of Peuneylymils Rail
This Sunimerileselea will commence or, Mozulay,the
of April. Whole expenserper session of twenty-two weeks,
tor Board, Room, Tnitlon,Washing and. Incidentabhss6, pap
able one-balf in advsnee.
r See Oirealare. DAVID WILSON,
1. i 4.4 Prinnfral dicroa Ilhompiator. Pew+ Royal
THE MILLER. ACADEMY, AT WASH.
INGTON, o.—This institution, in the bill country of
Baetern Ohio, is under the care of the Presbytery of Zane&
ville. It is intended to prepare young men for College, for
teaching, and for bneiness: As a Prssbyterial Academy, it
has a special claim to the patronage of Presbyterian
parents. Boarding, with rooms, at s2 , oo.per week.
The SUMMER BRBBION will commence MAY the. 2%
For Catalogues, &c.; address
REV. J. E. ALEXANDER, Principal,
Wathington, Guernsey co., 0.
EDGEWORTR LAMES , 6 KlllNAlirre
SEWICKLEY, ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA.
SIX thoroughly qealitled and experienced TEACHERS
three male and three female.
This Institution. eo delightfully situated near the Ohio.
River end the Pittsburgh. Ft. Wayne and Chicago Railroad.
will commence ib; Thirtieth Summer Session on the FIRST
MONDAY IN MAY, and continue five months. Superior
advantages are afforded to those who wish to qualify them
selves for teaching Vocal andlostrumental Muffle or Dtsw
lag and Painting For farther information, or ' Circulars,
apply to 3. D. M'Cord ACo Pittsburgh, or to T. P. Flom.
ing, Druggist, Federal Street, Allegbeny City.
REV. 11. R. WILSON, D.D., Principal and Proprietor.
!ID FA RIJN BALE AND irJamaxar.
Icor AC&DESIY.—The BUMMER PENSION, will cow.
mance on WEDNEEDLY, the 20th of April. The Female
Department will lie conducted by a young lady who is a'
graduate of a Drat class deminary.
Boarding can be bad for $l5O per week.
For farther particulars, address I. H. MARSHALL, or
RBV. 0. W. MECHLIN, Dayton, Pa. mal2.st
A nkX/POILD IFIEGMALIC 1111NXIXA:111 ,
‘IIUP OIONSTEB. 00IINTY,PA..
The Winter Bowdon, of flvemonths,willcommeneethe first
Wednesday In November.
Expenses,for Boarding, Ifuel,Light and Tuition in the It
gush branches, $BO per Session. Ancient and Modem Dan
gauges, each $5. Lessons on the Piano, and use of Instru
mont, $l5. Painting and Drawing, each $5. Or the pay
moat of $BO, will include the whole.
A daily stage emetectswith the °area Niwark.Del g and
also at Parkendmrg, Pa. Address
J. M.DIONBY, or
Orford,Sese. Se, MS SAMUEL WORRY. Oxford, re
A CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL
Boc.rding School for Boys,
on the Pittsburgh. Pt. Wayne and Chicago Railroad, and
Ohio River, twelve miles from Pittsburgh.
REV. J. S. TRA:VELLI, A.: M.. PRINCIPAL.
The Thirty third Session will commence on MONDAY,
May 2d, 1859.
Tarise—Per Session of five months, $75.00.
Nor Circulars and other partieulars. inquire of Mesas.
JOHN IRWIN k SONS, 57 Water Street; Messrs. T. N.
NEVIN * 00., El Wood Street, or of the Principal. Sewich
leyville P. 0., Allegheny County, Pa. mas,3m
' 1 - 0
// . -I
I / -
Pinto FOR A FULL ocrunfrin VW Tnir.
IRON CITY COLLEGE, the largest, most extensively
patronised, and best organised Commercial School in the
357 Stmdente Attending Daily, Feb., 1859.
Usual time to complete a fall course from six to tea
weeks. Every student, upon graduating, is guaranteed to
be competent to manage the Dhaka of any Business, and
quslitied to earn a salary of from .
$5OO to 11,000.. , '
Students enter at any time—no vacation—Review at
51 PREMIUMS. FOR BEST PENMANSHIP AWARDED
IN 1858. •
isir Ministers' eons received at half pries.
For Oirmlar and Specimens of 'Writing,inelose two letter
stamps. and address F. W. JENKINS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
iIOW BRIGHTON FIBINALEI utinivirmsb.
TT. FOUNDED 1855—OHARTERBD, lase.
PROP. R. CURRY, A. M., Principal; •assisted' by a full
corps of experienced professioual Teachers.
This Institution, which is now organised on the Unive.-
sity plan, affords facilities for the critical study Of all the
branches that pertain to a refined, liberal, thorough; and
practical education. It embraws five Departments, via:
Normal, Scientific, Classical, Ornamental, and the Depart
ment 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 eimuitaneously,
if desirable; as, for example, the Normal and the Onia
mental, or the Scientific and the Cleanest. Each pupil,
upon completing the prescribed course in any of these de
partments, and standing a 01E21 - Rotary examination there
on, will be awarded a Diploma for that department, setting
forth specifically all the branches therein tonight; and each
pupil standing such examination in all the departments,
will be considered a regular 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 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 course 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, Ciento Literature, de. Pupils can
graduate in this department without completing all the
studies in the prescribed course; but in that ease, the Di
ploma will exhibit only inch branches as they havestudied.
This department embraces Drawing, Sketching,Painthig,
in all its varieties, Ornamental Penmanship, Vocal and.ln
strumental Music ,, and Compositian in Music The Di-
pionut for this dePartment will exhibit only the branchea
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 Outline of their Contents, Natural Theology, Biblical
Arehmology, Sacred and Ecclesiastical History, Evidences of
The SUMMER SESSION of. this institution will open on
Tale First MoOday of April.
Nor' Circitiarif containing Course of Study, Terms, dc.: ad
dress the Principal. niasdf
F.RMILL•IOIf I. STITVTE.
V This Institution le located In the quiet and healthy
village of Revellile, Oblo.
During the last year, there were
OVER TWO HUNDRED STUDENTS,
Male and Female, In attendance.
Diplimas are awarded to Young Ladles who finish the
Course of Studies laid down In the Catalogue. •
TUITION, FOR SESSION OF FIVE MONTE'S. ,
Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Orthography and
Book-keeping, • • - • - - . 6.00
Algebri, Geometry, Trigonometry, ko.. Philreophy,
Chemistry, Astronomy, Botany, Phisiology, and
Latin, Greek, German, French, Spanish, and Italian,
Including all other Studies, - - 10.00
Music, on Melodeon and Piano, at moderate charge.
Students admitted at any time and charged only for the
porld of their attendance.
The following advantageous Terms aro offered: For
Seventy-four Dollars paid in advance, a .Student shall re
ceive good Boarding, room furnished with bedstead, table,
chair, stove, fuel for room, and Tuition in any of the above
branches, for two Sessions of five months. Or, for from
thirty seven and a half to thirty eight Dollars, paid on the
20th of April, all the above items will be furnished for the
Summer Session of five months. Students (furnished as
above,) paying monthly, will be charged Two Dollars per
rack. Two Students wilLoc-npy one roam, and furnish
their own bedding, whiph they can sadly bring in their
trunks. Many Young Ladles, and twang Ladies with their
Brothers, prefer to' board themselves ; such persona can
- rent good rooms for One Dollar r month.
mas-6t El. DELF ENDORF, Principal.
ALLOT SBURG MALE AND, DEMALD
ACADEMY, Saltaburg, Indiana CountY, Pa. .
GEO. W: CHALFANT, A. 8., principal.
MISS MARIA J. ROBINSON; Assistant and Teacher of
Vocal and Instrumentaildneic.
The Fifteenth Session of the above:lnstitution will open
on TUESDAY, May . Bd, 1859. Tuition ' $B.OO, $ B.OO, and
$lO,OO according to branches , studied. A limited number
of students will be boarded vby the Principal, at $1.75.r
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REV. DR P. SCHAFF'S
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