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The PRESBYTERY OP SALTSRUSO meet attiagel,
VI the Bourra Teeeday.74ane, at 2 &deck P
W. W. WOODEN D, Stated Cleft.
The PRESBYTER t OF ASErftENVILTX will went,
agreeably .to adjournment, In the church of Orme et tslkon
the Fourth Tneeillay t - 213th day. or Juno. atlo o'clock A. M.
*MAT UNARM, Rated Murk.
The PDS.SDYTERY OF °DAIMON stands adloiaraed to
Smoot la New Reedbotti, theToorta Tuneday of June, at
eleven o'oloek A.M. D. M'3AY, AtatodUlork.
The PllkflnYTEcV ileNgkagn .411 bald Its nest
istated meeting hi the Presbyterian Aural of Weyanwv)
Wls , on Thursday, .7nno 80th at 7 o'elork P. bl. The
steamer "Wolf" veld leave Onkkosh on Thursday morning,
iand take the members up the river, at 'half the nenal fare.
H. m. ROB kftTSON, Stated Clerk.
We are blessed just now, with growing weather
—neither too warm, too cool, too wet nor too dry.
Whatever is in the ground and capable of grow
ing is coining forward rapidly ; and we hear that
where the frosted corn ant potatoes have started
into a new growth they are fast overtaking the
pelt they had gained before the frost. In many
cases it was necessary to replant, and the weal b •
or, happily, is well suited to promote the quick
and healthy germination of the seed. So that,
if we have a continuance of the favorable weather
throughout the Summer, we may reasonably look
for good corn and potato crops, even -in oases
whore late replanting was rendered necessary.
Some fears have been expressed for the unin
jured wheat, lest is should be overtaken with the
rust or blight. We have so little left in this see.
tion that there is scarcely room for fear on that,
score; but in other sections the wheat is passing
through its critical stage in this regard. We are
inclined to the belief, however, that the present
weather Is not warm enough to give °awe for
much ' apprehension on that score, and that a
continuance of it for, a week or two, while it will
certainly help the "corn and potatoes, will also
serve to keep baok the wheat orop fiom maturing
too rapidly and thus avoid the danger of blight.
A nation of such grumblers and croakers as the
Americans, under the late affliction, have proved
themselves to be, does not deserve so signal an
Interposition of a kind Providence; but if Heaven
were to serve all grumblers according to their
merits, they would have a sorry time of it, indeed.
P►reeeu3og, Tuesday,June 21.
The 'eerily and excitement noticed in our beet, In flour,
has gradually subsided, and amore 'reasonable feeling
seems to be taking its pletee. The marksta of the country
at large have not been affected, showing ite purely local
character, Tke receipts by railroad, kat week, were 11,000
bble., of which 10,000 were for this market. By river the
receipts were 1,070 bbla, The demand during the week was
quite active, gradually slacking off toward the doe., end
prices during the week have declined folly $l.OO bbl.
Prices are going down In New York at the rate of 100. • bbl.
per day, and the quotations for qualities corresponding
with Cincinnati eupertine, are $0.00®7.20. In New Orleans
the same quality is dull at 0 25, while at St. Louis, superfine
is down to 70, The:comparison rune thus: Cincinnati,
7.00; New York, 6.9067.20; New Orleans, 0.25; St. hauls,
The Money- Market presents but little change. There
Seems to be a great deal of caution manifested, and the
tendency of banks is to contract.
In New York, the demand loans are 514g1 *cent., and
paper of favorite ohmmeter 63.017 VI cent., with good
names; October and November maturities at B@3 it cent.
In Philadelphia, firsteleses short paper le easily negotia•
ted at 7@)7 WL, and long caper at B®B4 per cent., per annum.
The banks taking nearly all the' good short paper offered.
Call loans range at 5/98 VI annum.
The two steamers that left New York for Europe, on
Tuesday, took out about a million and a half in specie.
Including the shipment from Boston on Wednesday.- the
whole export of specie during the week amounted to about
In Boston, the rates for first-oam endorsed paper of the
usual time to run, are 708 per cent., and single names of
the same class, 809 P cent. Loans on call with fancy stock
collateral's are effected, it 9@lo IS cent.
dmise—Pearls, 8 1 4(0)83 ; Pots, 6@5'%; Soda Ash, 81..4@
"Surma ,urn Egan—Peeked, email sales at 12%. Eggs,
Buoittraair —2 26102 60-mainly at 2.60.
Bacon—Shoulders,7%;Bldem, 0%; Haim, 10 1 /@1035; Sugar Cured do., 12112%.
Buboes—Common to choice, firstname.lastname@example.org, and fancy 3 50.
OnasseB@B34 for common to good, and 9 tor choice
Dann Paute—Peaches 8.00 In lota, and 3.60 in the small
Yeienene—Prime Western, 45 on antral, and In 'small
parcels at 48.
Rona—There are scarcely any sales from first bande r
and from store the ration rites are email@example.com for superilne,
7 0247 76 for extra, andll76@B.oo for family , do, ,
Gaix—Oats,from &Allende, 56, and from More 60@58.
Core: soma 5,000 blab. shelled sold, to arrive, at 901595.
Eye le not in market, and In the absence of sales we quote
at 1.00. which Is about what buyers would be willing to
give. Wheats a lot of 1100 bushels Southern—NO 111541. -
terranean and SOO Amber—sold, to arrive, at 1.60, and -we
quote Southern within the range of A. ac 01.75.
oaoaserie-7X484.. by the hisd., and Molasses 40.t0 the
city trade, and 41(492 tocountry. Coffee le !Izmir' 12@1234,
and Rise at 5@5 1 ,4
Lean—No. 1 Ow Rendered le held at 12 in bbla. and tce.,
and in kegs at 1801.33.4. Country, It.
Mess Pone-17.00@1k 00. •
Ott.—Sales of Reflood Coal Oil at 1.00, and Lubricating at
70. Lard 011 No. 1. theglo3, and Llcomed 751578.
Poriroze—Very searce Sales of mixed at depot at 1.00,
and from store 110, and Neihannocks at 1.25.
Pte Ma'eaL—The only reported males during the week
were 200 tons Anthracite No. 3 at 2276 and 24.00, cash and
time, and which indicates a depressed market.
Woot—Salee of email lots of common at 321§88, and frost
that up to 42 for full blood, and 95 for choice lota of foil
blood. The market In Washington County appears to hare
been more active, and manufacturers or their agents Save
taken op large quantities of the Gym finaellps ofjhat
country, at 50e050, a few very choice clips bringing 88, and
in one or two instances there are reported wales at 051570.
In Mauls.= County, Ohio, which grows clips of nearly equal
canoes to Washington llounty, there pave been saloes of
the choke ellplat 481565.
Wifiras all talk about and anticipate improve
meet, why not be prepared to appreciate itzitheis
actually made ? This is suggested with reference
to Sewing Machines. There have been many
made in the last two years that do qtiite
but they are complicated, hard to manage, diffi
otilt to keepin order, &e. Now, the new "Finkle"
Machine being a real improvement on the old
patents, has a well grounded claim to the liberal
patronage it is receiving. it is in the hands of
J. L. Carnaghan & Co., Allegheny City, as . sole
When we consult our , real interest in malting
purchases, we aim at getting a
and when we buy sin article of wearing apparel
it is very Important to have it well cut and made.
These essential matters are not always cominned
in what we select, for-the reason that few man
ufacturers take sufficient care in preparing their
stock. The above requisites may be confidently
looked for in al/ the clothing for both Men and
Boys, made at the eetabliehrnent of J. L. Car
negban Co,, Federal street, Allegheny City.
T heir work is known to be of , a superior , order
both in style and make.
Iron City College.
Be,. Alexander Clark, Editor of the School
44 We have had ample opportunities during , the
last few 'melee, of witnessing the practical work
ings of the iron City College. 'laving. been in
almost daily intercourse with the Teachers and
Students, in the study room, and at the different
recitations. We‘ have only to say that thorough
ness, and intense interest, characterize every per.
formance Student's are arriving daily; from ,all
parts of the country, and the number now in at
tendanoe is larger by far, than any similar Com
mercial College East or West. Mr. Jenkins .the
Principal, is a gentleman of the strictest integrity,
and the entire Faculty Is composed of competent
and faithful instructors. Every inducement an
nonnoed in the widely diffused advertisemente of
this institution, is promptly carried ont; in the
course of study and discipline, by which " this Col
lege has, won its present repUtation," ,
tADVERTISEXE2II . .]
The Bellin.Elnalities of Blerhave's Hol
(.lusisa, Canada, June 20th, 1854".
We have no doubt it will sell well here. Send
WI one gross. TORN MUSSON & CO.
Morrnsat, Canada, July let, 1854.
Send us two gross Bcerbave's Holland Bitters.
We went medicine of this kind in our market.
Sons BIRKS .& CO.,
SAINT PAVE, Minnesota.
There is quite a ready sale here for your War
have's Holland Bitters. Wm. H. WOLFF,
per H. B. Pearson.
CAUTION!-.Be carotid to ask for 134:erhave's
Sold - at, $l.OO per 'bottle ; or, six bottles for
ss.oo„`lby the sek proprietors,' BENJAMIN
PAGE, JR., & ]O.; Pittsburgh; and Druggists
Dr. .11VLane's Vermiftwe
Another Medical Witness.
It is no small.evidenve of the intrinsic value of
this great Veindfcge, wbenerren physicians, who
are generally prejridioed against patent medicines,
Voluntarily come forward and testify to its tri-
emeinnt success in expelling worms. Reed the
HARRIBONVILLE. Shelbyville Co., Ky ,
April 2d, 1849.
Mums. Flamm Duos am a practioinit
physician, residing permanently in this place.
In the year 1843, when a resident of the State of
Missouri, I became acquainted with the superior
virtues of Dr. IN'Lene's Vermifuge, prepared by
you. At some more leisure moment, I will send
you the result of an experiment I made with one
vial, in expelling upwards of nine hundred
worms. L. CARTER, M. D.
Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR.
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERAIIFUGB, manu
factured by FLEMING BROS., of PITTSBURGH,
Pa. All other Vermifuges in comparison are
worthless. Dr. M'Lane's genuine Vermifuge,
also his celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at
all respectable drug stores. None genuine without
Me signature of FLEMING BROS.
The advises from Europe come down to April
Bth. There has been a great battle between the
Austrians and the Allies. The news is indefinite,
and statements are unflioting. It is, however,
pretty evident that the Austrians have suffered a
great defeat, though one report would makb them
victors, We give a summary of the statements
On the let and 2d of June the French crossed
the Ticino at Buffalora and Turbigo. There was
considerable fighting at both places.
On the 4th inst., a great battle took place at
Magenta, twelve miles from Mile,n.
Napoleon's dispatches claim a decisive victory,
and Paris was illuminated. He says that they
took seven thousand Austrians prisoners, and
placed twelve thousand bore hors de combat,
besides capturing three cannon and two stand
The French loss is stated by the Emperor at
three thousand men.
The Austrians took one cannon.
The French General Espinasse was killed, and
Marshal Canrobert was mortally wounded. .
Five Frenoh manilas and generals were
General McMahon was made a Marshal of
France and Duke of Magenta.
General Baragnay D'Hilliers bad been super•
Boded in his command by . General Forey.
Milan was insurgent, and had declared in favor
of the King of Sardinia. I
The Austrians had retired from Milan, but t h e
French had not occupied it.
Rumors prevalent at Paris represent the
French loss at Megenta from 9,000 to 12,000
The forces 6ngaged are reported at 160.000 to
180,000 Austrians, and 100,000 to 130,000 French.
The Austrian accounts speaks of a " series of
battles with varying success on both Bides, but
still undecided up to the night of the 6th, with
great losses on both sides.
The Austrians admit that they had four gen
erals and fire staff officers wounded.
It was reported that General Hess commanded
the Austrians, and also that the Emperor Napo
leon partially commanded the French.
The latest rumors detracted from the alleged
It was believed that proposals for peace would
be made if the French entered Milan.
The following offioial bulletin was issued:
VIENNA, Monday, June 6-11:30 A. M
A desperate combat took place on. Saturday be
tween the first and third, Count Clams' arid Prince
Liohenstein's corps d'armee, and the enemy, who
had passed the Ticino in very considerable force.
The result of the contest was undecided. The
oombat was continued on Sunday.
Our troops threw themselves upon the enemy's
ranks.with ardor, and showed a vnlor and perse
verance worthy , of the most glorious . feats of
arms of the Imperial army. Milan is perfectly
tranquil. The head quarters 'esterday were
still at Abbiate Grasso.
An Austrian telegram from Verona gives a
similar view, but adds that the authorities and
weak garrison of Milan, with the exception of
the oastle garrison, have withdrawn at the Qom-.
wand of GenerakGyulai. The town is quiet.
The following message from Vienna has been
published by the Frankfort papers, without any
guarantee as to the authenticity of the news:
VIENNA, Monday.—Through the opportune ar
rival of the corps de armee of the Field-Marshal
Clam Gallas on the battle field, the Austrians
were victorious after a hot fight, and the French
were thrown back over the Ticino.
LONDON, Wednesday, June 8,
The Ames this morning publishes a summary,
of the official news received at Vienna up to mid
night of Monday. It is as follows :
"There was a fierce battle at Turbigo and
Boffalora on the 4th. At first only two brigades
of the First Corps were engaged, bat they were
subsequently reinforced, and in the afternoon of
the same day the third Austrian Corps took part
in the action. There - v:o very hard fighting at
Butfalorammati tries to the advantage of the French
and sometimes to that of the Austrians. The battle
lasted till late in the night, and on the sth was
continued at Magenta. The Austrian corps were
engaged, and in the afternoon the Austrians took
up a flank position between Abbiate Grasso and
Binasoo. The Austrians have taken many pris
oners. The loss on both sides was very great
The Anstcians had four generals and five staff
officers wounded. One major was killed."
The Times in its editorial remarks on the sub
ject saye, it.now seems probable that this bard
fight is even yet undecided, but that on the whole
the French had the best'of it.
The Absence of late telegrams by way of Paris
is not coneidered indicative of French -success.
The London Advertiser says it was rumored last
night that the - Government had received a tele
gram from the British Minister at Vienna, an
nouncing an Austrian victory,'
The opinionwas becoming current in 'London
;that the victory of Magenta was a victory in
which the French were defeated, and their failure
to occupy Milan, only twelve miles from Magenta.,
'strengthened this view.
The movement which preceded the battle at
Magenta was not clearly stated, but it was pre
viously announced that the Allies were about to
cross the Ticino to the number of about 100,000
men, and it is presumed the rapid movement of
the 'allied army prevented -Abe Anetriane from
completing the retreat which they had corn-
Menced, and compelled them to accept battle on
the banks of the river.
The London Poat'says that General
1r a a raieed on the battle-field to the rank of
There la a report that General- Canrobert was
mortally wounded, And that five French hlarehals
or Generals were wounded.
The real business of Parliament commenced on
the 7th, when the Queen in person delivered the
HyLords and Gentlemen:—l ,avail,myself with
satisfaction, in the present anxious state of public
affairs, of the advice of my Parliament, whiob I
have summoned to meet with the least possible
I have direoted that papers shall be laid before
you from which you• will learn how earnest and
unceasing havoLbeen my endeavors for the peace
of Europe TEose efforts have unhappily failed,
and war has been declared between France and
Sardinia on one side, and Austria on the other.'
-Receiving the assurance of friendship
. from both
the contending parties, I intend to : maintain be
.tween them a strict and impartial neutrality, and
I hope with God's assistance to preserve to my
people the blessing of continued peace.
the present state of
Europe I have deemed it necessary to the security
of my dominions and the honor of my Crown to
increase my naval forces to an amount exceeding
that which has been sanctioned by Parliament.
I rely with confidence on your cordial concurrence
in this precautionary measure of defensive policy.
In respect to the Reform question, the Queen
simply says that she shall have pleasure in giving
her sanction to any well considered measure, and
that should matters of more urgency relating to
the defence and financial condition of the country
- necessitate a postponement, she• hopes that the
question will have attention at the commencement
of the next Session.
The speech concludes by expressing a hope that
the debiliberations of Parliament will tend to se
cure to the country the continuance of peace
abroad and 'a progressive improvement at bores,
In the House of Lords, the address in reply to
the Queen's speech was agreed to.
In the Commons, the address to the Crown was
moved by Mr. Egerton, and seconded by Sir J.
Elphistone. The, Marquis of Hartington moved
:n amendment, to the effect that the present
Ministry does not possess the confidence of the
House. He reprehended the conduct of the Gov
ernment on the Reform question. Mr. Hanbury
seconded the amendment. Mr Disraeli defended
the course of the Government, and gated that the
Reform question would be postponed till the next
Session, and that the foreign policy of the Gov
ernment would be peace. He called for an im
mediate division. The question was about to be
put, but the Opposition were nut prepared to
vote, and, after speeches by Lord Palmerston and
others, Mr. Disraeli consented to adjourn the de
bate till the 11th.
Confidence was somewhat restored in commer
cial circles, and business was more animated.
The Paris Flour 'market was firm and rather
dearer. Wheat was also Arm. It was feared
VBE PRESTYYTERI AN BANNER ANT) ADVOCATE..
MIA the prevailing wet weather would damage
The Paris Bourse was buoyant and higher.
On the 4th, a great religious solemnity, with
precessions and public pr n yors, tonk r i nf m
Vienna, the object being to implore Heaven to
bless the Atrtrian arms with victory. All the
members of the Imperial family, and the Minis
ters, were present. Mass was read by the Pope's
An important circular from Prince Gortsoba
keff, to the Envoys of Thu-aim at the several
Courts of Germany, declares that if Germany
goes to the aid of Austria. the political r gull
brium, resulting from the treaties by which the
German confetteration is constituted, will be
A dispatch from Darmstadt says that at the
opening of the Chambers there, the Presidents
of both branches of the Legislature dcolared in
favor of war against Louis Napoleon.
The Bombay Mail of May 12 had reached
England. Tho news is of little importance. •
The vesaelq engaged in laying down the Red
Sea Telegraph Cable were within three hundred
miles of Aden, and the working of the line was
One Day Later
The Kangaroo, just arrived at New York,
brings one day's later intelligence from the seat
of war. The accounts of the battle, or battles,
are still indefinite. There are reports that the
King of Sardinia bad been defeated, and Napo
leon had been checked. Some credit way given
to these reports at London, owing to the barren
ness of the Paris news. It is evident, however,
that the Austrians had been worsted. They had
retired from both Milan and Pavia. the Allies
bad entered Milan, and were received by the
people with great demonstrations of joy.
Gen. Canrobert had died of his wounds.
The real loss of the Austrians is estimated at
thirteen to fourteen thousand.
Mr. D'lsraeli, in the British Rouse of Commons
had intimated that a loan would be needed, and
Means adopted for largely increasing the income
of the Government.
R was thought that the Ministry would be de
feated in the Commons, by about twenty votes.
Ths Red Sea Cable being laid, news from India
would be received in seven days.
A strong English Channel fleet was assembling
The Persia bad arrived at.-New York, with
Liverpool dates to the llth.
The British Ministry were defeated by a ma
jority of thirteen, and a resignation was ex.
pected. Parliament had adjourned to the 17th.
The victory of the Allies, in the late battles,
was decisive, and the Austrians were retreating,
and were concentrating at Verona. Another
severe battle was shortly expected, probably .at
Prussia was preparing to march to the frontiers.
Parma, as well as Lombardy, has requested
the Ring of Sardinia to accept the government.
The Red Sea Cable broke when within sixty
miles of the terminus.
It is said that Gen. Canrobert is neither dead,
nor mortally wounded.
CONGRESS AND MT. HOPE congregations, of the
Wooster (Ohio) Presbytery, are now destitute of a minister,
and are very desirous of obtaining the services of some
young man who can come well recommended.
W. C. MOORE, Cor. Committee, -
Congress, Wayne Co Ohio
P. P. P.
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On the 19th ult., by Rev. I. Stoneroed, Mr. boos. F.
ELLIOTT to Mies Rauh ANN, eldest daughter of Mr. fiamuel
ti'Letan all of Fayette County, Pa.
In Mahaska County, lowa, .Tnne 9th, by Rev. W. M.
Stryker, Mr.' W. H. IL Rios, an elder of the l'lrat 'Presby
terian church of Oskaloosa, to Miss EMILY M. Tomato:t, all
By Rev. John Moore, May 10th, at the honseof the bride%
father, Mr. B. 1. ROLLER to Miss. MUNOZ .LANG, SG of Wit.
On Tuesday morning. June 7th, in Petersburg, Hunting
don Co., by Rev. Samuel T: Lowrie, Mr. EBANE.HERRIGHT,
of Huntingdon, Pa., to Miss ELLEN HARRISON, of Shavers
Creek. On the evening of the same day, la Alexandria,
Huntingdon County, Pa.. Dr D. R. GOOD, of Altoona, Pa.,
to Miss Jtb B. Houtz, of Alexandria.
On the 12th tilt, by Rev. T. M. Rulings, Mr. Jona JOHN
STON, of California, to Mrs. MARGARET HUSTON. of Allegheny
Co, Pa. On the 7th Inst., Mr. ALFORD A. ROONEY, formerly
of Carrel County, Md., to Miss Maims J. JOHNSTON, of Pine
Valley, Allegheny County, Pa. On the 14th inst ,"Rev. J.
W. Wumastraw to Miss NANCY J. 'Mows, of Allegheny
On .Tune 16th, by Rev. Samuel J. Wilson, Mr. JOHN SAINT
to Miss Manors, daughter of Andrew Morton, Erg., both of
On Thursday, Stine lath, by Rev. P. H. Drennan, Mr. .1.
id. WEEDS, of La Prairie, Marshall County, to Miss Matang
-lama, of Washburn; Woodford'County,
By Rev. H. 11. Lewis, June lath, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. JOON WILLIANd to MHO ANN 1.10Y11; all of
June 16th, by Rey. W. J. Alexander, Mr. Rowan) B.
Faaxerot to Mies NAVOY BROWN, of Wolf Run, Marshall
On Thurstay, the 9th inst., by Rev. John MoMMan, Mr.
Ammar Loan to Miss MARY, daughter of Mr. Bsanuel Me.
Master, of this city.
By Rev. S. Patterson, at the bride's residence, on the 16th
Inst.. Mr. JOHN M. SPIKER to Miss NANCY ()SA FORD, both of
Harrison County, 0.
Di n-Tn Sernbgraeet Pa., of drvy, on the 27th tilt., Mrs.
IttnecaA, wife of John Anderson, Bet, in the eeth year of
Sir was for many years before her death a member of the
Presbyterian Church. Her piety no one doubts. Having
lived the life of the righteous, she calmly viewed the near
approach of death, committing herself and those dear to
her to.the care of her Lord and Saviour.
Disn—May the 20th, at her residence near Wooster, Ohio,
Mrs ktisan M., wife of Mr. William Nomads, Sr., aged 82
years and I month.
She was a consistent member of the Presbyterian church
at apple Creek, over sixteen years. She was lovely in life,
in death she is lamented. Amiable in ..er disposition, and
gentle in all her ways. she gave evidence in her life that
she was a true child of God. in her last moments she was
- sustained by the Christian's hope, and cheered with the
assurance that for htr to die was gain. Thus calmly and
peacefully she breathed her life away, and her spirit took
its flight from earth we trust, to heaven.
Mourners check those Bowies tears,
She is now among the blest;
Gone before to welcome you
home to everlasting rest.
Dino---at her residence - in Washington County, Pa. on
the 'Nth of December,lB6B, hire. JANE, relict of the late
Da v id Politick, aged 71 years.
. Mrs. Pollock was more than an ordinary woman In Chris
.tian character and experience; and in sufferitg, few have
more than taster the cup, which she drank to edit* ex
haustion. Heeparents moved into Western Pennsylvania
in the closing years of the last century, and her age and
emaciation); brought her into Immediate connexinn with
those ever-memorable men, who conducted the Church of
God in this.vicinity through that wonderful period of the
outpouring of the . Holy Spirit, in the commencement of
the present century. In no recollections of her life did she
take so deep an interest, even to her dying hours, and of
none was she so fond of speaking. As a relic of those days,
and a type of the religions experience of those brought
into the fold of Christ under , those in fl uences, she possessed
an interest above the, commo n lot'Of Christians. And now
that she has passed from us, we remember with a feeling
bordering upon, veneration, her humble, unwavering re.
'hunts upon Christ; her hearty renunciation of all de.
Pendanoe upon her awn good .worlcs; her clear, strong
views of the doctrines of grace; her cheerful anturdision
and resignation in suffering; her ferrldit Prayers for grace
to suffer without murmuring; and her brightening 'pros
pacts of immortality and eternal life, as she drew,nearer
the hour of her departure to her home miller. 8.
Inan—On Sabbath, fday /:+rtil, at thereeidence a her son,
Joseph Travis, nea' Pratriu Bird, Shelby County, /11,, Mn,i
Jena TRAVIS, aged 63 years.
The deceased was born July 271 h, 1806,.breentra1 Fenn
sylvania, and moved with her father* thmilY to Indiana
County, in early youth. She was Married in' the Fall of
1824,.t0 Maj. William Travis, and lived with per husband
in Western Pennsylvania till the Summer of '6B, when
they moved to Shelby Comity, rilinole. at an early age
she gave ber heart to the Saviour, and .
utadf:a piddle, tiro•
fession of filth in hint, uniting with the churchCefflade
Run, since which she has been an - hunible awl consistent
follower of her lewd and Meeter. Inalt her rclations—as
wife, mother, and friend—she was eadaide and exemplary.
flee sufferings, which were severe' pentriveted, were
borne patiently, and without murmuring.. During the
first stages of her disease, her mind wee' calm, and is well
grounded hops sustained her, but without that assuranre
which she so earnestly desired. As the , time of her diem
buten drew near, the clouds were withdrawn, and with a
bright prospect of the rest of heaven, ;calmly relying on
Jessie, sweetly reposing on his promises and trestingin
her covenant God, did she go forth to meet the Bridegroom.
For some time previous to her death, 'her 'mind ileeniod
overcome with a sense of the fullness Of the tartan's:s
and the glory of the inheritance prepared foe the,
deemed, and she would often sing tho 335th •Ilymn,, whmh.
seemed a favorite with her. She was much concerned about
her family, some of whom haie not yet Col.feeied Gfirht ae
their Saviour; urgently pressing on them the necessity
personal religion, and giving her dying,counsels on :the
gieat themes of salvation. Eight days 'before her delth,
she had her name entered on the roll at the organization , Of
a Presbyterian church at Teem; but elm, is now, we treat;;
a member of a better Church—of the Church, - triumphant .
above. "Let me die the death of the lightener', tad let my.
last end be like his." T
Men—Near Shekels, Indiana Comity, Pa., Way .7th, Was
MARGARET Jana. daughter of Mr. Joseph Rendereon, Ruling
Elder in Currie's Run church, in the.2sth law other ego.
The deceased was a gradnate of the BlatravilOiemile
Seminary, and member of the Preall i terian Chew" of
rie's Run, having connee'ed benefit trite that church in
her 14th pear ; and from that period lik'r Christian .condu A
was unexceptionable. Calmness and equikuimity, together
with great coneeientionsnees, were prominently exemplified
is her life. The in °rests of immortality seldom affect us
as they do when we are compelled to let go our hold upon
earth. So was it with our departed sister.. She bad many
endearments upon earth—meek to bind her here—but she
most leave them, to'sppsar in the preeniaca of the Saviour
she loved. .A full preparation, for so menet a meeting, and
for enjoyreent so. high andholy, became to her the all.
engrossing subject. She frequently repeated the 262 d
Hymn, as applicable to her case. For a long time she
imagined the Holy 'Spirie - hed taken his flight. But at
length doubts were dissipated, fears, banished, and . deatti
wag conquered.' Before her death, although perfectly will
ing to live, she became very desirous to depart and be, with
Christ. The moment calm. It was a bright Saturday
evening; the natural sun had poured' his last Hood of
golden light upon the peaceful home where the saint ripe
for immortality lay. She lifted her arms as if embracing
her Saviour, exclainiing, Come, Lord Jesus;come quickly."
Then, on Jesus broom, breathed her life out sweetly.
Winged angels had borne her spirit to the boioin of.her
Father. Soon doublers there wee a happy' meeting with
a mother, brothers, and sisters, who hail 'gone 'before.
Their spirits sang victory, wan through the blood of the
Drsa—Cif consumption, in Noble County, near Cumber
land, 0.. on the 2d day of May, is the 47th year of her age,
Mrs. MAT 0., wife of MI. James Hunter.
Did time and spaie permit, it would be pleasant to review
the life of this excellent and Christian woman. As a wife,
mother, friend, and in every relation of life. she was a
model for admiration and imitation. She was kind and
gentle in her disposition, pleasant and affable in her social
relation, and exemplary in her Christian deportment She
was a Obristian—so far as we can judge—an "Isrselite
indeed." She confessed Christ in herhwentpthird year, in
the Congregational church of Marietta, and united with
the Old School Presbyterian church in . thhi place in 1854.
Her sickness was brief, but sometimes severe, but she bore
it with Christian fortitude She v. - as taken ill the tat day
of January, and confined to her room from the 10th of Feb•
ruary to the day of bar death. It was pleasant to listen to
her conversation during her sickness. Her great theme
was Christ and his great atonement. Sometimes, she Said,
the temiter would assail and tempt her to remake Christ;
sometimes dark clouds would obscure her bop ; but never
did she entirely lose sight of her blessed Redeemer. Nay,
her views of him and Divine things were sometimes rap•
turons. Her languegemear her last moments was, "Home,
Lord Jesus, and take me." , D.
oßovsa AND BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
A NEW STYLE. PRICE, $50.00.
107 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH.'
495 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
780 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
Mir These Machines sew from two spools, and-form a
seam of unequalled strength, beauty, and elasticity,
which will nor rip, even if every fourth stitch be cut.
They are 'unquestionably; the - bestin the market ter
„Vir SEND IFORA CIRCULAR..
NATHAN WHITING, N 0.107 Market Street. exclusive
Agent for Pittsburgh and vicinity:
D EL. NaeIfARTNR9S SPZEGOU ON TUE
SEMINARY QUINN" feessie at J. S. Div'eon's,
Wood Street, end W. S. Rentou'e, St. Clair Street, in Me
N B.—Pingle copies will be sent, postpaid, at twelve
cents, to any address. on receipt of the price in Poet Office
stanips. 'Packages of ten or more at ten cents.
Address . G. M. IdokiABTER; Pittsburgh, Pa.
TIONEIRASK LA:NOS.—TUE uNoir.um
IA signed will attend to the locating of Land Warrants
in the Omaha and Nebraska City land districts, N. T. The
land sales will take -pare in the months of July and
August. After the sales,.Land Warrants can be used. The
lands of this Territory.- are, of the finest quality.. Good
selections can be made near the Slissoori Meer, - and near
.ettiemente. Atl warrants entrusted to my , care will be
located on lands selected by careful land examiners.
Letters of inquiry requested.- Terms reasonable.
ALEX. F. M'KINNRi,
Orispolls, Cass Cilmitti,W T.
KRAMICR'Si RAUB, Binkers, Pittsburgh. . - , ,
LLOYD & BLAME, "
REV. D. MILINNRY, D.D., "
DREXEL C 0.,, Bankers, Philadelphia. .
H: J. LOBBARRT, Auditor Penns: 11. R., Philadelphia.
BRYAN, GARDNER Si CO.; Rankers,. Hollidaysburg, Pa.
WU. 111: . LLOYD & Ob., Bankers, Altoona, Pa.
BRO. R. MOWRY, Reo.,,Ohloago.
ALEX. - FINLRY, EM I at. Lout&
PROF. G. LOOMIS, Oriepolle, N. T.
BOOKS.--TWEI BOARD OW COL..
POIt2AGE of the Synods of Pittsburgh and Alle
gheny have received a valuable addition to -the stock on
band at the Depository, on St. Clair Street, Pittsburgh. In
the Sabbath School Department there can be found all the
issues o the Board of Publication, together with a melee,
Lion of the broke of the Massachusetts, Sabbath School
Society, which have been approved 'by the Executive Com
mittee of the Board. Also, the books of Mrs. N. W. Camp
bell—Why am I a Presbyterian . ; Why Should I bra Pastor;
The Twins, or Conversations on the Galina Fader. The
Life and. Labors of Rev. Dr. Baker; The Martyred Mission
aries! iladji in Syria, Sacred Lyaics from the German;
together with the Aesembly'e.Digest, by Baird.
Our friends will do us the favor to come and tee for them
selves, what we have at the Depositary. '
JOON CULBERTSON, Librarian.
je2s-tf Board of Colportage, St. Clair St , pitteburgh.
4,/ 0 //
AIM FOR A FULL COrRS I O TN TONI
IRON CITY COLLEGE, the lergeet,mlieCestensively
pate miaed, and beat organized Commercial School In the
357 Students Attending Daily, March, 1359
Usual time to complete a fall worse, front six to ten
weeks. Beery student, upon graduating,, is guaraoteed to
be competent to manage .tbe Books of any Busbeelle, cud
qualified to earn a salary of from
Students enter at any time—,;nu vacation—Revlew at
61 PEEKIIII6 FOR BEST PENMANSHIP t WARMED
air Ministers' eons received at haltprice.
For Ohmlar and Specimens of Wrltina t inelose two letter
otamPt, and address F. W. JENKTNa, Pittsiburgh,
.. PILLS.—PROF. ROLLO.
WAY claims that his Pills operate directly. power
fu ly, and beneficially upon the whole mass of the blood,
venous and arterial; nor can we question the fad when we
see dyspepsia cured. liver complaint arrested, the oppressed
lungs b otm tit into healthy play, and every physical fimition
renewed and strengthened by their agency.
Sold at the mandfactory, No SO Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all Druggists, at 25c., 680., and $1 per box. '
'rum potivirooTioN OF DENTAL ART.
WITH PLATES OF POROII IN AND °ORAL
DR. N. STEBBINS having opened a Dental Office :at llil
Penn Street, le prepared to manufacture and insert Teeth
of the above descriptions, and solicits. an examination of
their claims to public favor.
In introducing these new and improved ztyleS of Den.
tistry to the citizens of Ritteburgh, Dr. B..feels assured 'of,
the same favorable reception which has been accorded to
them In New 'York and other localities where they have
been practically tested; and he furthermore believe' that
they are destined to supersede, ns they excel, all other
styles, in lightness, strength, beauty, and parity, and In
every quality which render artificial teeth desire*, and
are at the same time much lees expensive.
Dr. Stebbins will Insert Gold'Plate work In the best style
for any who prefer it, and those making a trial of the new
method, if not perfectly eethdied, may exchange for Gold
Plate, by paying the difference. Specimens of the Goralite
and Porcelain Teeth may be seen by all who desire to ex,
amine them, at Ms office,
ap9.Bm .101 PENN STREET, NEAR ST. Of
FT. ROCX—RIDGE k CO.s
4,4110 WholesahMeidersin H aTS, OAPS, AND STRAW
GOODS, Flowers, Ruches, and Annoy Pure, Nos. 29 and 21
North.Pofirth Street; (nearly opposite Merchants' Hotel,)
1111 H. BARTLEY CO*.
NO. SS 'WOOD STRBIGT,
Corner of Diamond Alloy, Plttaborgb, Ps.,
Saddles Harness, and Trunks,
RIVETED LEATHER HOSE, AND MACHINE BELTING,
In ChOTIIIES ]3Y• PR Eceternial -
W —after fifty year. experimenting, the priper art 4
eir moat liiat ?wen inveutai for helping WOM•.11 in their
hardileburJ on the washing day:
"IT Id BO!"
Caine and be convinced that we are ahead of every
machine in nee. Half the time, hill the bard labor Half
in Weer and trar, anti bail' 4.1 sop is eared Little h)e
and gir a can d. , •the we , k .for thou.. m 'there The in d, r
hare purchased the exclusive right of Allegheny
County to make cud Mil J. T.
Superior Washing .Machines,
Manufactured and for sale st No. 34 Water 8 t., Pittsburgh:
We deeiro the pithlic to call and examine this truly labor
saving machine. It can also by seen. at Lafayette Ball,
Haatple Room of the Mechanics' Institute.
GULLE it' BENNETT.
'We, the nntlersignell, b . evies thoroughly tested the
ably° machine, take plaisure in reimmmending the same
to the public, steered that they will Sad it all that *above
ELIJAHWEATH, I' W. JENKINS, HUGH LEE,
R. WWI PE & ISAAC CHARLES, J.M. DUNLAP,
AMPS THORN, CEO. W. HURLEY, A. H. ROW AND,
F. OUNT, .. J. MESKINEN, JAMES 'KEEHN,
AMEN ER %MEE. JANE R. EVANS, WM. WARDEN'
D YID M'KINN EY, E. WATTS. F. H. N LKY,
THDE. WOONNEL,L, JOHN D YU, W. B. SHAM,
WM G. WRIGHT, JAS. M'CIITCEEN; DAN RHEA, Jit
JOHN GREGG, - O. H. LEMoN. JOHN AIKEN,
.CHAR. B I RN ES, HENRY MURPHY, J. KLEE,
MARY WMIIRTELY, At H. SNGLII BEL J. C. SMITH,
J. V. PARES. THOS. STSRLE,
W.'ROBINzON, as., WM. RARNHIJA,
fj.YDIi.AULIC CADDIWAIT.-OTHAS SUB.
111.` Fontremß ia the eicshvive Agent in this County f r
the , ale ot BELA:Rita OEHENT. Ibis Cement le impeder'
to any tithet sold in this market, for Public Works, Uisterns,
Fire•walla, ac. Every barrel contains printed directions for
using it,'end it if all warranted good. We invite a corn:
parison of this with any other Cent , ut, whether from. Nast
or West. A large stock will be always kept on hand, and
sold whelesale and retail, at low prices.
apBo4m. • . W. W. WALLACE.
I,II I TSBURGIII AGRICULTURAL
Nos. 49 and 51 Ferry Street,
BALL'S OHIO MOWER and NOWalt AND READER
COMBINED, for the harveet of 18a9, to which was awarded
the highest number of merit marks, (61,) as a Hower, et
the great natioral trial, held in Syracuse, July, 1557.
In again preeenting ibis truly valuable machine to the
firming community, we do It with the aaanrance that it will
still hold and retain lie place at the head of all other
As a Mower it is well, known,
and we now present it as a
combined machine, the Reaperhaving been well and fully
tested during. the harvests of 1857 and 1868. Among the
many advantages it possesses over other machines, are
1. Lightness of draft, durability, no side drift., steel cut
ter bar, portability, An.
2. Running on two wheels, the cutter bar being hinged,
allows it to follow the uneven surface of the ground.
3. The very important advantage. possessed by no other
machine of regulating the cut, by means of a lever at the
driver's right hand : so as to cut high or low without stop
ping, which any tanner who has cat lodged grass, knows is
of great importance.
4. Its portability; as it can be transported from place to
place without taking off the cotter bar - tir taking out the
knife, being realty in a moment for cutting or transporting
& Every farmer kn'ows the advantages of having ma
chines manufactured near home.
0. Raving two cutter batters, one expretisly for reaping,
cutting six feet wide, and one expressly for mowing, cut
ting four feet eight inches wide, completely adapts it
either for mowing or reaping. The change can be effected
front mowing to reaping, or reaping to mowing,. in fifteen
These are only a few of the many advantages the BALL
MACHINE possesses over all others. and we would advise
those wishing to nursing*, to examine this MN him! before
Employing none but experienced 'workmen, and using no
materials but such as have been selected with great ears,
enable ns to turnout work surpassed by no other manufac
tory. For further information, or circulars, address
WAP.DROP, STOUT Is WILLIAMS,
Nos. 49 and 61 Ferry Bt, Pittsburgh.
Or any of our Agents.
DURABLE FINN AND WATNR-PROOF
The firm of PERRIN & JOHNSON having, by mutual
exempt, been recently disselved, G. S. BATES and
WM. JOHNSON , give notice that they have entered Into
partner.hip, for the purpose of carrying on the above .
ROOFING BUSINESS, so all Na branches. under the name
and firm of BATES & .o4INSON, at the old stand, 75
Smithfield Striet, near Diamend Alley.
We are now prepared-h ever, with our SUPERIOR
ROOFING, !Keep or fiat roc ft, over rough boards. and,
shingles, composition or moral rota, steemboata, railroad
cars, &a., being admirably adapted to withstand the variona
changes of weather, or the action et fire, and it is not in
jured by being iramped upon. We also attend to repairing
old gravel roofs in the most thorough manner ; also, to
cementing tin, iron, copper, or zinc roofs, making them
water-tight. and securing them against the action of the
weather, for $1.60 per square, (one hundred square feet )'
SHINGLE ROOF'S CEMENTED,
Preserving them and rendering them VIRE-PROOF, fur
$2 00 per square—discount for large roofs.
This roofing is OHRAPER THAN ANY .OTHER RIND OP
ROOF, and is insured at same rates as metal roofs, and is
fast superseding all other kinds.
:Roofing material for sale, with instructions for applying.
References and certificates at our office.
BATES & JOHNSON,
45 Smithfield St., near Diamond Alley, Pittetr'n, Pa.
N. 13.—Our COMO is not rendered worthless in preparing
tfdr the roof. 0e16.1y
H. NEVIN. S. X. FINDLEY. ROVE P , Nunn
rwt H, N/ VIN li. CO., • MANEFACTURis
JI ERS OP WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD,. and LITH
ARE P., No. 24 Wood Street. Pittsburgh, Pa. auWly
i SINGBR9S SEWING MACHINES.
FOR FAMILY SEWING.
Our Machines are vastly sunerlor to any other. Fragile
and delicate hewing Machines made to please the eye
merely, are recommended for iunily 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
PERFORM THE WORK REQUIRED.
Call and examine before purobseing.
32 Market Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
JOHN D. WORD. - JAMES S. RUCORD.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
HATS, CAPS, . , AND STRAW GOODS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
131 Wood Street, Pittsburgh,
Rave now on hind for Spring sales, as large and complete
an assortment of Goods as can be found In any of the East
ern cities; consisting of
- gar,* silk; and Wool Rats,
of every 'style and quality; OAPS of every • quality and
latest fashions; Palm Leaf, Straw,Gegh.rn, and Panama
EMIT; Straw, and Silk BONNTS, eta, etc. Parsons
wishing to purchase either by Wholesale or Retail, will
- find it to their advantage to cell and examine our stock.
WK. H. KIRKPATRICK, JOHN F. KIRKPATRICK,
Late of the Arm ol Kirltpat- Late with Gillespie, Zeller k
rick & Metagar. Co., Philadelphia.
VII ILIJA.III U. IMIIEUMPATRICH & CO.!
Forwarding and Mer chants,
; •r And Dealer's In
PITTSBURGH MANUFACTURED ARTICLES.
Yo. 299 Liberty Street, oppoeite head of Smithfield,
. . PITTSBURGH, PA.
Particuier attention paid to the sale of Country Produce.
epll•If , ,
UID E 01 L ADD. LEATHER STO.EILE.—
D. KIRKPATRICK k BONS, N 0.211. THIRD Eit" be
t MOM Market and Chestnut Streebr, Philadelphia, have foe
DRY AND HALTZD HPANLYE EDDA'S,
Dry and Green Salted Patna Sips, Tanner's 011, Tanner's
and Currier's Toole at the lowest pride, and upon the but
/Er AU kinder of Leather In the rough wanted, for
which the highest market price will bergiven in cash. or
taken In exchange for tildes. , Leather stored free of charge,
and sold on commission. ja29•ly
JOHN A • Nsiificw,
268 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Would respectfully call the attention of the public to his
extensive assortment of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,'
Which he troete big Wog experience in the trade; end the
advantage of purchasing directly from , the manpfacturers
and importer., will enable him to offer to hie customers, on
mere.favorable and satisfactory terms than ever.
In addition' to a large stook of Staple Clnwierias, his list
comprises all the table delicaolea, both imported and do.
medic, that are to be found in first-class grocery stores.
• Green and Black. Teas
Of every earfety, from the lowest prices to the finest chops
imported, put up in Caddy boxes for family use, or sold by
the pound, or half cheat.
Catalogues containing an extended Hat of my stook, fur.
Malted by mail, If-desired, -
No charge for cartage. _
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LONG , cge "L.A.I\TP.,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS
FLAGS, BANNERS, AND BADGES,
PAINTED IN EVERY ETYLE.
Painting and Ornamenting Masonic
MIXED PAINTS, GLASS, AND PUTTY,
fOU SALE AT
No. 105 Third Street, near Wood,
mal9 Om . PITTSBURGH, PA.
VTIDIIII7F I A,N 88,11111118.
V A. BRITTON it 00.,
BANUFACTUBBBB, A WHOLBBALB AND RETAIL
N 0.82 North BBOOND fltreet,above idarket,AhilidelphlA
The largest, eheapest,and beat assortment of PLAIN ; and .
FANCY BLI.NDB of any other estalfllehment'tt the lllltod
_, , • • , ;
or REPAIRING promptly attended to, °lye as avail
and sialsfy yourselves. - feB-ly
Mrif AO Ir. MOWN, 01 1 170010811011.
. NEVIN, MAOHEOWN A CO,)
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, '
ailed Manufacturer of CARBON and 00AL MS, N 0.167
Liberty Street; Pittaburgb, Pa.
sir White Lead, Window Masa, and Glass Ware, at
steepest rates. ' &ILI;
Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Tea
. • Dealers,:.
' EO. 241LTBERTY STREET, HEAD OF WOOD;
Keep constantly on hand 'everything generally kept in s
firetelass Grocery. Establiehment.
Goads delvered in the city and at the depote, free& charge.
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suriurur . various grits, for sale at 319 Liberty rtieet,
titleburah. W. W. WALLAOK.
4. 11 O H W
BOOTS AND SHOES,'
ni Dealer in Straw Goode, Trunks, Carpet Basks, Sc.,
Wholesale and Retail,
N 0.109 WARRET STUDS%
between Fifth and Liberty Mts., (Shoe Market Place 4
ap23.31n - Pittsburgh Pa.
R EMO V A L
WK. E. SCHMERTZ & CO;
WHOLESALE' DEALERS AND' MANUFACTURERS OF
BOOTS AND SHOE&
Have removed to the new and IfpiellOttfl storehouse,
NO. SI FIFTH ST., BETWEEN WOOD AND MARKET,
Calling your attention. to the above notice of our Re
moral, and being now provided with more ample and COM.
madams rooms for our large stock of, goods, we' would
respectfully solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage
heretofore bestowed upon the house.
Our complete and desirable stock of BOOTS AND SHOW,
obtained at first hands, strictly from Mannfecturers, having
been selected with the greatest care never has been sur
passed, and is particularly adapted to the wants of Wehtern
purchasers, and wilt be disposed of at the lowest market
rates. Our goods we have had maanfactured with especial
reference to those engaged in RETAILING, and are war
ranted to give satisfaction.
Purchasers visiting this market are respectfully requested
to call and examine our Btosk. as we are prepared to accom
modate them with prime goods, and of just such
PARTICULAR SIZES ,
As they may want. Eastern bills duplicated. All orders
promptly attended to, and sathlaction warranted.
meta-dm Wit. B. SOGMERTZ & CO., Co.M. Filth at.
COMM UNION SETS,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware
Spectablea and OpUcal Goods,
W. W. PIILSON,
Removed to 112 Wood Street,
CORNER OF FIRTH EAST SIDE.
A 11414A.GE 9 11 FOUNDRY
VII . • . • AND.
MILL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT,
OtAce, 819 ,Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Penna.
Steam Bugloss, warranted, on hand, and made to ardor.
Steam Boilers, Chimneys, V•nd Salt Pane, Griot and Saw-Hill
Outings, and Irons. 61111 Gearing of all kind@ made to'
order, and CatelOgues of wbeols given to all who want
gearing Grate Bare of all Miff, always on hand. Bolting
Cloths, Anchor Brand, warranted good. Franco Bur Mill
Stogies, all sizes. Portable Mills, for Chopping and Flour
ing. French Bar Smut Machines, used in one thonsand
Mills, are cheaper, better, and many times more durable
than Iron Machines, and warranted to give satisfaction.
Rare's Patent, direct action, water wheels, the bestin the
country; used in over eight thousand Saw Mills. will cut as
much as the overshot, with the same amount of water die.
charged. We will net the wheals into Saw Mills, on, short
notice. and warrant them to give satisfaction. For feather
particulars, address W. W. WALLACE.
my7-3m 319 Liberty Street, Pittebnrgh, Pa,
ivas Tow: Aviraw ls
the public to the PHILADELPHIA
Housekeeping Dry G oods Store, -
where may be found a largo assortment of all kinds of Dry
Goods, required in furnishing a house, thins saving the
trouble usually experienced ill hunting snob article, in
various places. In consequence of our giving our attention
to this kind of, stock, to the exclusion. of dress and fancy
goods, we oi.n guarantee our prices and stsies to be the
most favorable in she market.
IN LINEN GOODS,
we are able to give perfect estiefitation. being! the OLDRST•
ESTABLISHED LINE.* STORE in the city, and having
been form:tore than twenty years regular importers from
some of the beet manufacturers in Ireland. We offer, also,
a large stock of
FLANNELS AND NVSLINE
of the best qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowest
prices. also, Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Tlekings, Damask
Table Cloths, and Napkins,Towellings, Diapers, Huckabecs,
Table and Pieno.Covere, Damasks, and abweans, Lees and
Muslin Curtains, Dimities, Furniture Chintzes, Window
Shadings, So., &e. JOHN V. COWELL k BON,
S. W. corner of Chestnut and Seventh. Sta.,
& J • iise.AXCE.
T . Garner of Liberty and Sixth Street's. Pittsburgh,
base received their SPRING STOOK OP GOODS for
Comprising the latest importations of Cloths, Casstmeres,
Vestiogs, ac., which they are prepared to make to order in
a am le and at such prices as minuet fail to please.
Their Stock of - .
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Out and made under their own supervision, is got up in a
very. superior manner, and will be'sold at the LOWEST
'CASH . PRICES; nial2-ly
PLASTER AND. LIME.
Plaster Paris for Agricultural purposes.
Do. do. for Stucco work
Sonw-white Lime; an extra article.
Loulevtlle Lime; a large stook .always on hand, and sold
wholesale and zeta% W. W. WALLAS:IN;
spin 3m 819 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh.
I B PKB RILEY 111 AWARDED BY
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GRAFT & CO.
FOR THE BEST
FOR FAMILIDB, AND BEST WOOD COOK STOVE.
Diploma: for best Laundry Stove. Also, on hand a large
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FrOlits, Fenders, Hollow-Ware, Ac.
No. 246 liberty, at the head of Wood Street. fela-2j•
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