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gy is strained, to hosten on to the seems of con
thct, the means et destruction.
We give a condensed selection of Dews:
The English elections for members of 'Parliament
have resulted in favor of the Tories sr Derby
The members returned to the new House of
Commons. up to the evening of the sth, were five
hundred and fifty two. The 2 . 717118 estimates the
ministerial gain at seventeen, and the flerald at
The following is the official letter of Prince
Gortschokoff to the British Government: "I do
not deny that there may exi.t a written engage
ment between France and Russia, but I own assure
von in the most positive manner that snob nr•
rangement Contains nothing flat in the most dis
tant manner could ho interpreted as constituting a
hnstilealliancengainetsnrope. If Ivird Malmes•
bury should be questioned on the subject, he
may answer with confidence in the above sense,
end I give you my .personal guarantee that the
declaration will tot be falsified by the facts."
The French minister at Vienna, and the Aus
trian minister at Paris, have both taken their
departure for their respective Governments.
The Dulte of Malakoff has had an audience to
the Queen, and presented his letters recalling him
A royal proclamation has been issued, offering
a bounty of £lO to seamen, with the intention of
recruiting ten thousand additional men. The
greatest activity prevailed in the Baglish dock
yards preparing for war.
Instructions from the British Admirelity were
received at Woolwich, April 80th, direeting all
possible haste in the completion of the new class
steam frigates,now on the stocks.
A telegram was received at Sheerness, on the
29th nit, to send the Royal George to Davenport,
the Colossus to Portsmouth, and the Edgar, Queen,
and Trafalgar, are to to be got ready for sea
immediately. The Osborne steam yacht has been
ordered to be got ready for imwediate service.
Its destination is reported to be the Mediter-
ranean; to be placed at the disposal of the Prince
Lennox, May 4.—The Timee city article says
the improvement In the funds consequent upon
the assurances of Mr. D'lsraeli of his entire eon•
Mance that no secret treaty existed between
France and Russia, was less than one half per
cent., and the market at the close was still heavy.
The demand for discount at the Bank was un•
usually heavy, and a further advance in the rate
on Thursday, was considered probable.
Pears, April 80.—The Moniteur publishes a
circular note dated the 29th of April, addressed
by Count Walewski to the diplomatic agents of
the foreign powers. It describes the present
position of politioal affairs, and expresses much
satisfaction at the conciliatory spirit of England,
Prussia and Russia. It states the wish that the
other powers which compose the Germanic Con..
federation may not allow themselves to be misled
by reminiscences of, epochs quite different from
the present, and hopes that the statesmen of
Oermany will perceive that it depends on them to
put limits upon the extension and duration of a
war which France conscientiously feels she has
Paws, May 4.—Military volunteers for two
years have been accepted. A war credit for
ninety million francs is to be opened. A loan of
five hundred million francs is to be contracted by
The latest accounts from Italy are, that though
no actual collision bad yet occurred between the
Austrian and Sardinian armies, intelligence of a
conflict was expected at any moment.
The Emperor Napoleon had sent a formal
declaration of , war against Austria to tbe corps
Legislatif, and also announced Lie intention to
head the army. Ms departure was expected on
the 6th. His manifesto states that Austria has
'virtually declared war against France, and nothing
remains for Prance, but to take up the sword in
defense of Italy He disclaims all idea of con•
quest, and being about to place himself at the
bead of the army, leaves the Empress and his eon
under the patriotic care of the French people.
The French troops are pouring into Piedmont.
The Austrian Iroops are concentrating along the
Sesta, and occupied Vercelli, Trieste, and the
surrounding country, which had been placed in a
state of siege.
The Vienna correspondent of the London 'Panel,
says the Porte is preparing for war, and that
Omer Peoba is on his way from Bagdad -to : Con
The following is the manifesto of the Emperor
of Austria, issued on the
4, I have ordered, my army to enter Sardinia.
Our struggle is a just one, and •we begin it with
courage and confidence. We hope we shall not
stand alone in it. I speak as a sovereign member
of the Germanic Confederation, when I call at.
tention to the common danger, and •reoall to'
memory the glorious times in whioh Europe had
to thank the general and fervent enthusiasm of
Germany for its liberation. For God and Father
The Prussian Government fuis resolved to put
its army ha readiness to march.
Sardinia has made proposals et Madrid, to
induce the Spanish,Government to join her In the
cause of Italy, but Spain intends to be strictly
ST. Punta:sauna, May 3.—The official journal
of the Government hail been authorized to dealer's
most positlvAly that there exists no treaty of lli
once, offensive and defensive, between Russisi n.,
any other power Whate'ver.
Mom MATTEns.4--Wn copy the fellowin§ from
an exchange :
Louis Napoleon asks "foie a lean of 54090,000
francs ($100,000,000) - fo carry on the Campaign if
Italy, in which he is to take the' command in per
eon. The loau lately putitithe market . hyritussAa,
now the ally of Napoleon, is $9.000,0001 4e 7
sides these there 'are* in'tlie market ""ti, - loan or
Austria of $30,000,000, which hitherto she has
been unable to, sell, but has seized instead the
metallic currency of the Austrian banks; a loan
for Sardinia of $25,000,000; which she has sun
needed in obtaining a loan for Prussia of $45,-
000,000, and a loan for England in behalf of In
dia, for $80,000,000.
The total amounts of new loans In the market
is $290,000,000,. besides over $10,000,000,000
already due by these Governments. The effect of
the coming war will be to make them all bankrupt.
The annual Interest on the debt of England alone
is $120,000,000. The annual expense of her
army and navy is $167,000,000. Her whole
annual expense is $340,000,000. Russia owes
$980,000,000, and the annual expense of her
army and navy is $73,500,000. France is in a
similar predicament. They will not he able to
pay the interest, and a crash will take plaoe
that will shake all Europe.
A Really Valuable Inientlen, ie the Wheeler :&
Wilson Sewing Machine, for which Alexander R. Reed, Nol
08 Nitth Street, It the Agent.
liver mince its introduction before the public, It has been
considered the only machine that could claim superiority
over all others, and When we state that, though considered
faultless by those who used the old styles, yet the median•
teal genius of the invention, discovered points wherein
improvements could be made, 'and the result is,' that the,
"loop cheek," commonly known as the "leather:pad,!' is
dispensed with; an attachment by which any width of hem,
ran bo turned and - stitched without previous besting, and
by which felling can be done, has boon added, and the onli
desideratum to be attained besides, namely, the using of ,
thread off the common spool, het been arrived at, and now
as a perfeet achievement of mechanical science, it stands
open to the inspection and examination of the public. We
advise all onr readers, and the 'ladles espeolaily, call at
Die, 65 fifth Street, where they will be received in a well
fitted up room, by the gentlemanly agent or his aesistants,
and the workings of the .machines—merry of which are in
constant operation - 7-fully and, satisfactorily explained,
Hundreds of these machines have been sold in this vicinity,
and the highest enoomiums have been payed upon thenl
by those who have become the fortunate possessors. The
demand continued as brisk se ever, and our friend R.ed has
to put forth his beet energies to keep on hand a full and
varied supply.—TruePrste. it
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Rev. Samuel Babcock, soya ; "I found special
relief from its use, for a severe headache, with
which I had long suffered."
J. W. Woodwell, Esq., Bays: "I have used
Boerhave's Holland 'Bitters myself, and recom
mended it to others, knowing it to be just what it
Alderman Jonathan Neely, of Lower St. Clair,
says; '" I have` derived great benefit from its use
for weakness of the stomach and indigestion."
Caurroal—Be careful to ask for B6erhave's
Sold at $l,OO per bottle; or, six bottles for
$5:00, by the sole proprietors, BENJAMIN
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A Great Blessing to the Afflicted.
The number end formidable character of dis-
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tention of medical men. Some of these diseases,
classed under the general form of Consumption,
have been supposed .incurable, and the unhappy
patient allowed to die, without medical science to
offer him ti hope of recovery! Happily this can
no longer be the case: A remedy hatbeen found
which will cure all complaints, of whatever char
acter, arising from derangement of the Liver.
The Pilin discovered by Dr. hlrLene, prepared
solely by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., act
directly on the Liver; and by correcting its oper
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On the 28th nit, by Rev. J. D. Vallendigham, Mr. Hanna
G. Beam. of Havre de Grace, Md., to Miss MUDD& Wirt;
0008, of Newark, Del. On the ad loet.,lllr. J. W. WESTLAKII,
of Indiana, Pa., to Mies Aim ADELups BaoWw, of New
Castle County, Del.
At Newton, lows, April 29th, by Rev. John Steele, Mr. S.
0. Seam, Seq., to Mies Locum T. Dixon. On May sth, Mr.
Joan 0. Wu.son to Mlee PARTRINUCONNSLLY.
On the 4th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, Ty
Re►. Samuel Wilson, GEORGE 0. lfnme, M.D., of West Lib•
erty, Va., to Miss Jartrtv, daughter of M. B. Porter, En., of
Luzerno, Fayette County, Pa. On the 12th lost, sfr. Bum
DONALDSON, Of Redstone, to Mb. LUCINDA. Wass, of Perry
ville, near Pittsburgh.
Dron—On the IRth of May, Mr: Swum le., on of James
P. McNeal, of Blain, Perry County, Pa., in the 19th year of
[Bhlppensburg papers please copy.]
Dure--April lfah, of lung disease, in Mercer County, ra.,
Mr. Texas GAULS, in the 77th year or his age.
The deceased was born in Fayette. County, Pa. lie came
to Moircer County in 1808; and lived a combatant member of
the Preabyterian Church nearly forty-eight years. fle
served with great acceptance as Ruling Elder, for twenty.
two years, in the chuich of Niehinnock: In.that vocation
he was regarded. : by the flock as faithful, and wee k much
respected and 'beloved. And while Me memory is cher
ished, yet hie death was precious in the eight of the Lord.
Dtati--Near Springdale, in the 1 3th inst., Mtge HATTIE,
daughter of lifattliewlftlitaleanilleq., in the 10th year of her
Though the afflicted parents, In the hltternees of their
grief, might say, on yielding up to the summons of death
thle, the third iniereqing child, ail of whom have been
called away within a few years, at nearly the same tender
"Thrive hae thine arrow eped 3
And thrice my peace been ablin.."
Yet they Borrow not as those that * hare no hope. Tile well
founded consolations of the religion of Christ, cheer - and
sustain them in the assurance that their children have only
gone before to a happier and brighter world.
DIED-pi the 14th of January, 1859, near' Taneytowo,
Mra. Maas aIdIT.H, relict of the late Obadiah smith, in
the 66th year of her age,
For many years she hail been a consistent member of the
Presbyterian Church._ Faithful In the discharge of her so
'carat:id domeetia duties, kind pad obliging in all her inter
course, she gained the esteem and confidence of all who
knew her. From the eommencement of her Illness, she
seemed sensible of the near approach to death. But during
the whole time the manifested a strong confidence In her
axiom. She often expressed het joy at the precious mani
festations of his presence with her, and was often heard to
whisper the name of Jesus with an expreseion which
to wed how much her mind dwelt upon the subject. In
h' r death ste have one more strong testimony to the power
of the religion of Jesus, in the hour of death.
• Duce—Near Albion, on Thursday, March 8114, 1859, Jona'
()aqui' Coos, In the 21st year of Ma age.
The deceeeed died of conenurption. He left a circle of
norrowing friends to feel, the bereavement of a eon and a
'brother. He was raised in the bosom of the Presbyterian
Church, and made a public , profession of religion in the
18th year of ble age, from which time his growth is grace
wee evident. The light never was too cold, wet, or dark,
nor the company too pleasant, for him to retire for secret
prayer. His sufferings were grate and constant; notwith
standing which, be never was beard to utter a mirmnring
word. He labored under a deep sense of his own sinful
nese, and he could not say he believed Jesus Christ would
save him, until about thirty-eix hours before his death ; he
then said he believed Jeans would save him, and be could
trust his ell to him. X.O.
Dien--At Tallahassee Mission, Creek Natty. February
Oth. 1859, Fun KLIN Musa; an African, in the 59th year of
Alter spending forty years of hie life in the service (Whin
heavenly Master, he died in peace, and went home to his
eternal reward. When a young men, he taught an African
Sabbath School; but, when somewhat more advancel in
life, had the mieforture to lose his eyeeight. But his
Heavenly Father still took care of him, and provided him a
home at the .dliadon, where for the last sixteen years he
lived, enjoyed many rich privileges, and did good ser
vice by hie help, his work, and his prayers. , He loved the
missionaries and the cause of Christ, and always sought
its advancement. He loved the Bible, and was truly
a man of prayer. When Meese* had taken= feet hold,
and be found that he was sinking, be had no fear, but was
perfectly willing to obey the Master's cell, and peacefully,
andlwithout, a struggle, yielded up hie spirit. J.R.S.
DIED—A t the residence of his parents, Peebles Township,
Allegheny County, Pa., HENRY HAYS, youngest can Or Wm.
and leery Jane Wormoaatle, aged b years,ll months, and
As the Inlet that appeareth for a short time, and vanish
eth, thus did this little one pass away—a child truly an
ornament truly an ornament to the family circle, for whose
welfare and happiness the omelette solicitude of parents
manifested: a lltle brother to whom the most tender love
was attached by elder brother and sisters; a child of the
most amiable diepocitlon, angel•llke in life. angel-like in
death, beloved by all who knew it. Precious to itefriends,
alas, disease itch> upon its vitals. bledicill akin was em•
ployed and exhituatt:4l. For fifteen Successive days 'and
nights, disease lingered upon its frame. But hope fled, and
in the silent vigils of the night it was peacefully resigned
unto Him who has_ said, t. Buffer little children to come
unto me,*and forgive them not; for of such is the kingdom
of heaven. Such is the destiny of all living, such is the
work of death.
Don—April 30th, in the 71st year of his age,Mr. WILLIAM
Gnome, a Exiling ]Sider of the Presbyterian church in Cen
treville, Indiana County, Pa.
The deceased was born In Tuscarora Valley, and in eerily
life gave himself Bees) , to the Lord, in connexion with the
church of that place, then under the pastoral care of Rev.
Mr. Coulter. His earnest and , tonsistent piety soon secured.
the esteem and confldenee of all who knew him, and whilst
yet a young man, he was bhoeen Ruling Elder of the church
In which he drew the first breath of natural and spiritual
life. Re was afterwards Ruling Elder in the church at
Lewistown, Manchester, and In Centreville, from which his
peaceful, spirit ascended to the General Assembly and
Church of the First, Born. Throughout a protracted and
somewhat painful sickness, he enjoyed the presence of his
precious Saviour. Eli faith in him wag strong—his hopes
of everlasting fellowelliwith him, bright and happlfyiug.
Without a xtruggl i e, be feU asleep in Teens. R.O.
Than—nn the 7th day of April, 1859 2 Ws. IMOLA THOMAS
in the 80th year of her age.
The deceased was a member of the Presbyterian char&
of Pigeon Oreek. Early in life she gave her heart to the
Lord, and adorned a profession of religion for more than
thirty years. • She was a kind, faithful, and devoted wile, a
tendei, affeetionate, and beloved mother, and modeet,
,bumb o t, ,and faithful Ibllower .of Jmns. She was the
moth of aharge family, most of whom are the professed
THE PRESBYTERIAN BANNER AND ADVOCATE.
'follower's of (Arid. This afforded her Much comfort, when
reclining on her dying couch. It was in her family that
'her hirable 'platy abed forth a hallowed influence. She
not only lived near the Cross herself, but she was very end•
easeful in leading her children to Jesus; It wee a blessed
privilege to see the greater portion or n large family around
the dying bed of an aged and beloved mother, to receive her
last counsels, and listen to the dying echoes of her last
prayers. Deathhad for her no terrors. He approached her
as an enfeebled fee, divested of bia sting. Her hope sus.
Woad her during the conflicts and trials of a long life, and
it bloomed in death. "It made even the gloomy' vale of
death e.amile of glory wean" Calmly she laid her dying
heed upon the bosom of deem, and "breathed her life out
sweetly there." The closing scene was fraught with con e d•
lotion to her aged partner, now near ninety years Of age,
with whom she shared the joys And sorrows of a long life,
and whose Aeperation will be very short. Her children end
a large circle of relatives are admonished to follow her, as
sbe followed Jesus, thus manuring a happy meeting when
the anguish of parting shall be known no more forever.
Dien—On the first day of October. 1858, Mrs. ELISMNES
Vance, of Somerset Township, Washington Cam.. Pa.
Mrs. Vance, in early life, consecrated herself to the Lord
and united with the Presbyterian church of 'Pigeon Creek,
She naturally poseeseed a very amiable and happy dimposi
tion, which, being rendered still more lovely by the in.
fl, once of the Christian religion, enabled her to eked forth
a ealotary and hallowed influence on her family and the
society in which she mingled. Site was an affectionate and
devoted wife, a tender and beloved mother, and an hum
ble and coneistent follower of aeons. She poseessed a *hit
of sweet resignation to the will of God, and unshaken con
fidence in the kingdnese and love of God. Althongh called
to leave a fatherlaes family, the moat of them very young.
yet ehe was enabled to leave them in the care of her
heavenly Father, happy in the assurance that the Lord
would provide. She trusted all in the hands of her cove•
limit-keeping God; who is always faithful to his promises.
'For that-young and helpless family, the Lord has provided.
They ore now under the kind care of their pious grand
mothers, who led their departed father and mother when
young, to the house of God, and in the arms of their faith
to the Cross, and laid them at the feet of Jesus. Her family
and the church, of which the was a zealous and faithful
member, have abstained a loss, bother happy and triumph
ant death, gives the blessed assurance that "it was her
gain." J. S.
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