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a,a, owes. co .pepation to vo man on
H ere spin, 4arother, we ,hive the ad•
vants ,,,e of yeti. No expresaion, certainly
no cordial elipreesion of approbation, ever
ocs pes froth. Armiuian lips, when God's
deiling° with mankind in the matter of the
fall are placed on their naked merits. /,
cou ld go into the largest Methodist congre
otion in your city, and provided they did
ou t know that it Was John Smith that ad
dressPd them, I, might, by setting forth the
awz i ng grace which delivered us from the
cu rse pronounced in Eden, perhaps draw
ou t scores and soores of Amens, some faint,
others Zoog and loud, from as ma.uy pious
hearts But should I undertake to show
that God was acting on a priociple just as
mound, when all men were constituted sin•
cent by the disobedience of Adam; that be
did not go too far, when, on account of the
great transgression, sentence death was
passed on Adam's entire posterit • that be
might, with most perfect 'justice, have left
our apostate race to their well deserved fate . ;
that he owed them ^ THE) compensation, and
that in no sense was he bound to provide for
them a Saviour—a, dead, silence would per
vade the assembly: Not a solitary Amen
would break', forth as an- endorsement of
these great Scriptural truths. Possibly some
of my hearers might even go to tbe length
of muttering, " Abominable Calvinism!'
Let the arcane be changed. The; Rev. Dr
Foster ascends the pulpit. Markthe con.
tract. " Brethren," he exclaims,'" the pa.
rent might be to blame for his own , eirr, but
bow could a whole ',race' be to bisme for the
violation of a covenant to which they
did not and could . not give their smut,
and over which they had -no more con
trol than the angel Gabriel 1" And again,
the " Amens" and the "Bless the Lords,"
would be as numerous, as hearty, as long
and loud as at , flrst.
These different styles.,of preaching, rep. ,
resent a striking, difference between your
dootrinal system 'and cues, which may be
stated thus : In. the 'Arn3inian scheme the
human race is creditor and plaintiff; the
Creator debtOr and defendant. In the Cal.
viniatio echen3e ilodis creditor and plaintiff; ,
the human raoe debtor and defendant:
Vor Um Presbyterian Banner and Advocate.
Missies. EDITOne multi ask permission
again to make a aonvenienoe of your columns, in
furthering the above-named enterprise. But as
it is of a eharaoter semi ecclesiastical, and en
tirely patriotic, We doubt not your willingness to
afford facilities .f4r,. communicating with' your
many readers that are ,interested in it.. What we
wish now to do, is to give information preliminary
to a. meeting of the *onions • 'as the 'panther Of
families is, already: exceeded. '..(one hnndre )
which we desired, previoutt to appointing a 'meet
ing. Permit us, then,', to give to those concerned
the following inforination:
1. Besides the families from tbis place,' and
immediate violnity„one hundred and seven have*
expressed a desire to join in the enterprise.
2 Of these, ' fifty-one have stated the sums
they were prepared to invest in the purchase of
real estate. We litiVe'only donated the minimum,
sum proposed by each, 'and the aggregate is
3. Fifty-four do not' mention the emislhey,
wish to invest in land, although they mostly, inti
mate their design to purchase. SIX 4 itity they
haie no money r c;1 buy real estate with,
4 Only sixty six have specified their'previons
occupation, and in this number nearly all the.
ocoupations needful to a complete community, are
embraced. Farmers are `the largest class, and
carpenters next. •
5. Many offers of territory have been made,
some of them Very attractire, arid mapi and de.
soriptions in great numbers have been sent us,
along with these Offer`; that we are in Pintas.-
eion of a good deal 'of reliable infOrmation, that
will facilitate the exploration and the decision of
the question of locality , These ; ' proposals,come=
from four Southern, and. seven • Northern ,States
6. Of the One hundred and' nine who have,
written, some say they represetitheveraffamilies,
so that the number cannot be , stated with perfect
accuracy. Of these one: hundred , and nine piers,
are fifty seven live East . 41.44141;thaRginui
tains, and fifty two — Brest; tied so far ati,,,,wh i oau
judge of distances, the town of Altoona, on the
Pennsylvania Railroad, wotild r- be .a contrail) odi
Lion. Bat the persons ~,flliaacivo,thris. fas,,acm
duoted the enterprise..feel unwilling definitely •,to
fix a place of convention e„ ehoigrsats~„lest:
they might not fix Up6ii &Form would bireentral,
for the actual , attendants. has;;been thought
best, then, to fix a titne for:the meeting now,iind'
request all those 'Olin purpose to attend the, said
Convention,' to certify Mr Crawford, by mail, of
the feet, stating also their dlitance from the city,
of Pittsburgh. ' '
This willlenable us to qv - cable the 'di:inn:Ott of
travail more surely, thin,- with our present data,
we can do. We havh fiked ypon.Wednesday r the
26th of October, as the day'of meeting ; and re
quest that all who intendliibe present, both of
those who have already. Sh u t' in their adherence,
and others who mearitirei mai! do it; will Inform
the Secretary as above. One hundred other fami
lies will be welcomed. The Superintendent of the
Pennsylvania Railroad has„. in consideration of
the object being one of publie intereet,: consented
to issue excursion, tickets, that -will enable the
members of Convention to come and return;' on :
one fare. And doubtless other itailroaap, if
applied to, will do so too., ;
Let there be a prompt response to this request,
so that we can inform, by pire s ular,' where the
Convention will be held, and furnish the means
of getting the excursion tiokets.
All communications to be addressed to
Jowl A. ewe:roan.
- Hollidaysburg, Pa.
2 Tit slYitattaliNtees.,
The PRESBYTERY OF BIINTIINDOR will hold Its
next stated meettng In'Ateiletti ( e.PAikterian church,
on the Sleet Tneettsy (thi . 4illi) of October, at 11 o'clock
A. M. .
~ tr _. viista 11AMtaktiiplk.
. 1 Atilt
The p,lf i rle*TAlTO MOOT . VIP
.. y. En,
' l4 l— 6, tp
derail b Keene;Ver the rat rfieeday "O . October at 2
o'clook P. M. .1 E. CAR SON, Stated Clerk.
7r; 11=__ , .. :.01, :N.ll,
The PRMISBYTIBRY OP 13 ALTSBMIG will meet et Rural
Vlllege~ Y q thel.totlelel.ot October, at . 2 epleek..ll - . 61.
The PRESBYTERY OF BTRABENVILLBIrAILizi!Ii,
p "" s.llialll " tie ii6l at a tinEaßo , mat" intr.
The PRESDTTSAT OF DONNIAL wilt bold its nett
stated meeting In tbelhnnol l 'OPltgdie Oet'orli'a4Oßialt
day, Oattfbei tinfetle, ceeroor The Revs Se 't
Gamble will preach at the opening of the seariona. Mem.
bon7t9.1.09 1 4 4 11;r 1 0144 1 4 1 110. 1 • bat illotteiofiroillitid
with conversance,' from ObristianaStation.. ny, ptevlonety
acquainting:the - Misr , Nifoitilk! Rittehhtines, liatE"Post.
Mee, pip their purppse.....-,iiDliff T.4l4ll,l;rikaßliii,
Thep*llB RTT IBLAIRETVILIAI MitlP f i r riteit(4T.
Salem, on Nilo ltirst Toesgay,sl poto.bor. 4112 n'tleck.R.
Sermon bY R. Stevenson. "artbieet—PiesAyterlan
Ordination.,Meniblitli;nolatlig:hy.tailroltdrftetedlte - X a s t, '
will atnp at Hillside } Lfrom the greet, at Detry Ellatlop n wilve;
conveyances will bapiiivided to the Ankh.- I 'h
The FRAISBItTIinT. fit. 7.le,briliTON , wlll ItiAilk
stated meeting, at Haisilatistown,Ni 04,9i,tbil,d1reVraerday ,
October 'next: :The '1410110611 tiarratiirr mast :be cent,
to Rai. 19 Westervelt, atalloombitrgyNi;J:: tetr days
previous to the, day or tnestjpgi,,,DlPpeping,
commence 'et d'afoet SE' hernn loirmont
Moderator,matte-ASP:4state psaa P. g ilr. •ipi; r. ;
l it _
The PRNBOTTERTf-C,IT.W&8131111:113lf st• •
West Alexander,, Psi., tist'khe Fnieg' eday 9th) of
October, at 10 n'olookiit. 'tt &IT DROWNISON;
The PRESSYT®R'Y ciP - .cals.. LER; w.ll meet 11.,r
Henderson, tdotoor,DoSuth MOWN,onFriesllOtoher l4l h.f
at 2 o'clock P, ' T ?
_ le S r YAILL Stated ts
aa , t
The PRESBYTERY Or; BADSTONE .utoottyzy, 14,
First Tuesday of Octhbiriche the chiral! o Mt: >Wrli at
11 o'clock A. al.' TVs otatodb.irtiltuatedikl!out two Sins,
south of New ClenoTs, .1/syotto County . ?al , • ,
• •bra purrocw,
The PRESBYTERY ' OP BRAVER will meet An
on the Third Wedaesdiii. '(2lst day) of Repthitibeie itt 11
o'olock A. M. - •. D KNER,,Btetfo gker;.,ri
The PRElBYTERY4Vnuatictitircvni:meetlin tbe
First Presbyterian church, Duhuque,_ l'a
September 25112, at 7 0'61804; ,:JOHerit'Bl36l34, 6.0. „
The PREBBIFTICitY oFrulffi Ds ? .
Oct Tuesday, September It p 6r.• • i• • .
• • •
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The PIIEBBY,TPX 61 . .1(0111k griVER w1,11,b,0hl Its stated
Pell reacting at freepoit, 011 Tneldiy, 6entembii,27th, et
P O'clock P
The 18amment .of five canto riper member,Ottrion—tne
churches, for the contingent Jund,, will 1)1. otlirmi to arr
' V.- Sll f , v lloW,l3 l a
r.f t ir ,
The PRESIWTEBY OF ST. OLst VILLE will meet
io Woorletield, on the Blot TcieedeAof 06tOber.fit;lt olakink
61, 91f4.4,0!,ffittp. 9ork. ~!
The PRESBYTERY OWol:llo 7 AodlMtriiieetesittle n(lotii,e ,
on the last Tuesday (the 27th) of Elept‘siePeit aqi" dr lce.9ll - 1 1
3. M. 'AIM, Ste Clem 1
The PRESBYTERY OF PEORIA 'l'itatitta adjourned to
m e et at Prospect church, on the Third Tumidity, (2009 of
September, at ? o'clockM.
ROBERT JOBNBTON, neaten 010kk. ,.
The PRESBYTRit,T elf 10laysiltintiet In Mtlytetniant
on Tuesday, SeptembenitOth, atillYtt'cleekrAt M9OO
• T. STIPARNS, State Clerks
• *I :11:a 1 , 4
The PRESBYTERTIOW BLOOMINOTOR.wiII thold a its
neat stated meeting lit West Urbana; Di" on idondsio
October lOth, at IA °Week
The PRIJSBYTEtt 151ErelletErrAlaiVitS
Ce ntnt, on the Third Wednesday of Senteniber, o e
The „ PUBWITERY efF RUB will meet ot Sugar Comic,
nn Millard Tuesday czutb Joao of oeptetaber, at 2 o'clock
Y. M. S. J. PJ EATEN, Rated Clerk.
The SYNOD OP PITTSHURGH wIll meet, agreeably to
adjournment. in the Second church, Pittsburgh, on the
Third Thursday of Ort:. ber. at 7 o'clock P. M.
Presbyterial Narrati rem are t' be seat to Rev Dr. JAMMU%
013 the Narrative to be ore.
Chairman Of the Committee
'penned to theayood. WM. - JEMMY, S.
The SYNOD i'll? SCIPMERN lOWA will meet at Knox
ville, Marion County. lowa, on Thursday, the sth day of
October, 1859; at 7 o'clock P 81.
SAMUEL C. M'CUNE, Stated Clerk.
The SYNOD OF MAINOIS elands adjourned to meet at
Paris, on the Sooond Wednesday, Cluth) of. October, at 7
o'clock P.ll. ROOEST JOHNSTON, Stated Clerk.
The SYNOD OP lOWA. le adjourned to meet in Muscatine,
on the laet Thursday of September ( '9th) at 7 o'idoek P. Ed.
J. D. DASDs, Stated Clerk.
The SYNOD GE ALLEGHENY will Meet. actreetbly to
adjornment. in the Prerbv When shwa' of Mercer, on the
Boorth Thursday of September, (22d) at 7 o'clock P M
Narratives of Religion from Presbyteries, ere to be sent
to Am William AI. Blackburn, Erie, Pa., before the first of
September. ELLIOT E. SWIFT, Stated Glade.
Extensive Telegesphi . Enter,prise--Lm" es
New Yong, Sept. a—Contracts were executed
in this City to day, byithe Western Union Tele
graph' Company, the Missonri River Telegraph
Company, and the Missouri. Kansas, and 'Utah
Telegraph CoMpany, by which the former com
pony have become the controllers of all telegraph
lines West of St. i i ikuts;:ii r
ad arrangements are
now in progress an ample means provided to,
extend the lines of the two latter companies, un
der the general Auperintendence of Charles Mc:-
Stebbins, Reg from,St. Louis to Fort Smith; five
hundred miles on the„ route , of, the Butterfield .
Overland Mail t , and from St. Louis to Atchison
and Utah. — The latter successful °Per
'Ation for about four hundred miles West of St.
Louis, and the line to California via Fort Smith,
is in, good working order about thtee hundred 4
miles West of St. Louis. By the latter like,
which will soon open another section of abotit
twohundred mites, . the Associated Press will
receive very fall reports of California news, three
or form days in advance of the arrival of the
Overland Mall'at St. Louis, and within the next
few months it may be reasonably anticipated - that
the :California -and Utah lines will become tne
most important, sources of exciting public intent.
Much annoyance le' felt here, both 'by • the
English Legation and.the Secretary of State, at,
the recent news from San Juan; the relations of
the two• Governments having lately become most
cordial and' friendly. "It is hoped the good sense
of both Powers may prevent any serious mischief'
;in the premises.
It is understood that Mr. WAN the new British
Minister, takes out to. Central America, posit've
instructions to propose a treaty which, if the
Central Amerioans refuse to accept, they , will be
held responsible by all ilitwirld for prolonging
an unnatural state of tilibgirbetitteen , themselves
on the one lila end Englaantid4Ainerica oir-the
other. The only wish oLthe British Government,
and, ea",wielt moat . anx t ityst,y felt, is to . come to a
loyal understanding with the United`States about'
Central Ameridan affairs.
An aerial ship, catled the City of Non York,
intended for a trans Atlantic voyageOras been in
the courtte of constraotiOn for some smonths past
in the' vicinity of New York, and is now so nearly
completed that ehe will be ready to undertake
,in October. The aeronaut who has
.charge ilii; enterprise is Mr. Lowe, of. New
Hampshire, who has made several successful as
censions.. The, dimensions of the airship :.are
greater than those of any balloon previously built.
The capacity of the Ints-reseiver is seven' hen
dyed and twenty five thousand cubic feet; the
aggregate height of the balloon. from the valve
to the bottom of the boat. is upwards of three
hundred feet; the diameter, is one hundred and
thirty feet Mr. Lowe proOones to ^go directly ,
from New York, to London in forty.,eight to sixty
Ermines! has improved elightly b..t 09 long as the rivers
remain at their present low atage, the full activity of the
Fall trade cannot be realized. , There Is considerable
tion in the produce trade: The receipts of dour and wheat
have bet n quite huge. The sales of flour, says the Gazette,
,during several days of last week .ran up from 2,000 to 2,600
ibis: a total never-before reached' In our experiencaof
Pittsburgh business. The bulk of ,this was for consume.
tion in the frosted, district. The'reoeipts by railroad last
week were • 30,612 bushels of wheat.ariti.^.l2,9l7 bids. cf .
flour. 'llietwiteat was all for this city. •Of -the flour, • 5,681
bble. went East, and 6,686 bbli. Were for city dealers In
,addition to this aupply, the local mills furnish about MOO
bids. a week.
We alattleirrn-from the Gazetie,thlit.the kioney..sittftet is
quiet. tiiiilqW , th?ili‘ieountelat ilan o li/Mintinra s ejk ion
down gradually , ai it PrelfiblTiVill do until 'ha 'Fairimel.
ness furnishes new paper' sufficient abundance to in
crease it. Moat, if not all of the short time tin. 1 paper,
ends its way, into bank, and the built' of good paper on the
street ialir‘f haurinet7 Mug time to antride dealers
are taking this quality papal at 8(69 , per cent. -Eastern
Exchange Is still Irmo, „hat r the banks maniere to. 'supply
their coStiehertfat par, *niche brokirs sell at'/A premiuin
for Carew. Eichange on the fleet has no standard
quaation The hanks take it with, sufficient ' margin to
cover the premium of Eastern Haellanye, at• the points
drawn imbh,WhiChl varies 'accordingrto tne',lrlikd,aftatir.
renoy that; may Ite Preralent. The .rote tarliee frenk l o 3,
per cent: i' ..• • • • .
Burnie Ate Mos—Roll :Brater.lll:ol2%.,_Eggs, 9 g 510.
. Batiosts,--Qourrnotr to choice, 2 0043 00; Amor. 3.50.
Onsitiadocd W, stern Reserve, 8; choles, 8 3 4: • •
Frotra—There are scarcely any sitlei from first hands,
and none of wbirhihe terms are made public. From mill
the riling rates yesterday were.. 4 60 fdfannerdne and 4.76
for extra:all or part Spring. 'From store, the quoted
urea are 4'.61(6)476 for cpring superfine3:9o for Winter do,
(which is very a arca) 4 8044 90 for, Spring extra, 5.00@; '
6.1044 25 for Winter do', 6 2646.37 for 'Red Wheat family
extra, 660 for white do-, and 5.62656'25 for fancy do Rye,
Flour, 4 874460 from store Corn 90°. sa ban,
GRAlN—oats, 330 from first hands, , ..and 35636 from
store. Corn, 80. Rye, from. drat ha nds 786180. and 85
from store. Wheat; Red, firstname.lastname@example.org, and White 1.2041 25.
The demand for seed •has been quite active, and priest,
range from 1.25(4)140, as in quality.
OrroCatule—, Sega by the hhd, 7X43,and,by the bbl.,
8(§18 1 4 ' 5t01a55e5,r406542 Coffee, 12%.-:'Rice, 50514.,
Rey-12 email@example.com per ton.
Laan—No. 1 country 11% , ; City do., 12:
POTATOIII-40@4 6 for new. •
Persons to whom ,paokages of Dr. M aollister's
speech on the Seminary question were sent, wi'l
confer *favor by returning, bymail, any copies
which,remain unsold, to the office of , the Presby
ter'. Cincinnati; Ohio The portages-will be sent
to those by whom, they are pre' paid. • It
For the first, time„ we yesterday bad the pleas
ure of listening to one'of Mr. DUN Iscohires , on
Business, at the Merchants' College,; Fifth Street.
The subject was ' 44 Mercantile - Speculation," and
' It was treated by Mr.' Duff in a manlier fully ens
taining,bis high reputation as. a lecturer. The
lecture abounded in useful suggestions for those
who desire to pursue a succassful mercantile
ostler, and the - folly of chimerical speculation
was most fully exposed.
The lec.urer - furnished to the students many
-valuable suggestions in selecting their future lines
of business—relating the.succeeses that Might be
obtained in some particular branches of mercantile
business. In fact the lecture 'embraned many
interesting topics to the business men, whioWhave
seldom, if ever, been explained, before by any
lecturer. Mr. Duff is not only eminent as an ac
countant, but ranks among the feet as a mercan
tile lectitrer, and he has reduced the - merchants'
profession to a science. Being a practical ac
conntant, we would certainly prefer Mr. Duff's
tuition to that of merely theoretical teachers
wbatever may be their attainments.—Aurna/.
Tni Era —S. A. Sterrett, M." D., devotes
special attention to all diseases of the Eye.
Cataract removed by a new operation, causing
hat slight pain, or risk to the eye. leesidence,
27 1 7 Penn Street.
I Believe it Saved my Life.
Jadoh Wooster, of Bush Creek, New Sewitikley
Tywnship, says : o •
" For two years I suffered the Vertigo, Nausea
and Headache, attending Dyspepsia, sometimes
sq severely es to incapacitate me for any effort
at others, to confine me to my bed. My bowels
were Often so constipated as to oblige me to use.
the most powerful purgatives to relieve myself.
Indeed, I at last found it necessary to use some
thing of the kind constantly. Last Fall, I com
menced taking Bcerhave's Holland Bitters, and
found it just what my case required. X cannot
recommend it too highly, for I believe it saved
°airmen t.:LBe careful, to ask for Barikaves
Sold at sl.ooler bottle; or, six bottles for
$5.00, 'by the iota proprietors, . BENJAMIN
PAO., JR., &"9 O, tittsburgh; and twists
balifoßkia and SaitLake.
4 PITTSBURG/I; Tuesday, I,3eptember 18
Dr. lilac Master's Speea.
r HE .P.RESBYTFAIAN,. - BANNTAR _ . A:tiitD 'i:A.I)YOEIATR:
BROM MANUFACTURERS, Saddlers, Harness Ms
kers, Tailors and Families. will find the "Finkle
Sewing Machine," sold by J. L. Carnagban &
Co , Federal Street, Alligheny City, by no means
overrated "Finkle" has gained several essen
tial advantages in the model of his machine.
It may be to the intereot of those who are
buying either Men's or Boys' clothing, to glance
through the establishment of J..L. Carneghan
& Co., Federal Street, Allegheny City. Their
reputation for first claios work is well established.
and their stock embraces many grades, from low
prioe material to very fine.
As this is the season of the year when worms
are most formidable among children, the proprie
tors of M'Lane's Vermifoge, Fleming Bros. of
Pittsburgh, beg leave to call the attention of
parents to its virtues for tbe expelling of these
annoying, and often fatal enemies of children.
It was invented 'by a physician of great experi
ence in Virginia, who, aftg having used it for
several years in his own practice, and found its
success so universal, was induced at last to offer
it to the publio as a cheap but certain and.exeel-'
lent medicine. It has since become jnstly,popu
lar throughout : the Unitedßtates, as the .most, of
ftelent Vermifuge ever known • and the demand
has been steadily on the increase since its first
introduction to . the public. ,
Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR. NV
LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, manu
factured by FLEMING BROS. of Prris*tati,
Ps. There are other Pills purporting to be Liver
Pills, now before the public. Dr: ll'Lene's gen
uine Liver Pills, also Ida- Celebrated" Vermifug4
can now be had at all respectable drug stores.
None genuine without the siewa,ture of
[s], - • EMING BROS:
Liforti4 . l . l l:ilt . iliOii4 - .::
The Ocean Queen waffbaarded, off Cape Race,
by the News Tacht, and European dates` obtained
as late as Septerat er let. The political news is
not important; The Russian loan of £12,000;000
sterling had' all been taken, much of it in London.
The work of raising the sunken ships, at Sebas
topol, was far advanced. Only twenty-three
vessels remained to be..raised or destroyed, and
the existing contract with the American Company
does not expire till neit May.' tAe • Twelve'
Apostles, the largest vessel sunken in the harbor,
is to be raised; if possible, and' the l attempt was
soon to be made. ' ' ' •
The Zurich .Conference.
The'news froth the Peace Conference contrite
mainly of rumors, which' state that' scoria *ogress
has been made, and it was' probable that a suc
cessful conclusion would be arrived at early in
Sardinia refuses to accept even provisionally
the annexation'of the Duchies, without consult
ing the other Powers, particularly' France.' Tliti,
Italians still maintain a firm attitude in relation
to their national independence.
A telegram dated Berne, August 24, says that
the French and Attatrian Plenipotentiaries have
-regulated the settlement of the affairs of Lom
hardy, with theconsent of the Sardinian Pleni
potentiary, and the arrangement, it is expected,
.be.enafirmed by the Soiereigne.
The affairsof the Duchies are to be treated di
rectly between the Courts of Paris and Vienna,
Austria, it is said, 'has modified her original in
structions to her Plenipotentiaries
The French and Sardinian Ttepresentativea
were in „consultation on the 24th ult. On the
same da yy - Count Coleieclo had a slight attack of
There are constant arrivals and departures of
couriers at Zurich.
A telegraph from Zurich to day says, «The
private conference condones.
The. Time, Paris cotrespotoient says that
things are going on so badly at Zurich, as, to
render a dissolution of the Conference, in a few
days probable. A congress of war seems to 'be
the only alternative to. which Austria is decidedly
opposed and which ; will harp as little.apacesß as,
this Conference." ,
NAt,:ting pf pol taoat , igipoctatioe ; iias transpired
The Queen was abotit , to 'visit Scotland. She
bad*determined - ,m41 . 0rkg : ,,, the jour key during
the night, 'at a uniform rate of speetypr "forty
miles an hour.
Nothing -. has been done;regarding , the Anstral , f
lash ixidiVoontract ria;,Patittina.
The-Board. vf Tiede retip:os inoreaee
l exports amounting to £291;009 for'the thonth
of August, and £9,816,040 for the'Seign 'months
over last 'year.-
The Naval Report of the London Times gives, on
the whole, a favorable report of the inspection of
the Russian war frigate General Admiral.
The'potato blight is said to be 'making consid
erable ravages in-oertain parts of Ireland.
ThCLontion:rintee, in &leading article on Eng
land's defensive preparations, says that she is
now rapidly ipProachini, if indeed she has not
actual y attained which no assailant can
hope to attack her with impunity.
The Isle of Man - las been connected by Sub
marine Telegraph. with England. Telegraphic
communication.with,Malti, r liati:heen eitablished.
A Cabinet Council nneipeotedly snutmonedlor
the 29th ult.; heid givetirise 'to various speouln
The Emperor retnains,,in retirement in .the
Pyrennees. It is rumored that he will shortly
proceed to Cherbourg, ,andipay a second visit to
the camp at Chalons. The Paris Venatitutionnel.
in &leading artiolo, says that the Emperor Will
lawfully fulfill his Tillafranew agreement for the
restoration of the former yeigning,princes ; but
if he should not sucmentrin re„ uniting the prinees
and their people in mutual accord, it is not his
intention to, force either the one or the other.
The speech made by Count DeAfortlyinttracted
much attention, it being regarded as , an enuncia•
don J:d the views of the Emperor. The Count,
endeavored to show that the English aPprehen
sions of =a French invasion were groundless, and
that France was desirous of
'alliance existing between'the two :countries. be
Conatitutionnel has an article repudiating, in the
strongest terms, the fratricidal policy 'of a war
The. Paris Patrie, having, uttered 'strong, anti-
Austrian sentiments, has, in pursuance of, official
orders,' informed its readers that it does not re
ceive,its inspiration from the Government, buthas
expressed its own views only:
The 'Barbi correspondent of the london. Ad
vertiser says 'that engineers have been' sent to
survey the whole line of the- -, coast between
Cologne and Calais to fix upon a' spot for a sea
port sufficient to contain a fleet of flfcy trans.
ports, and the Minister t of Marine has no
tified his subalt,eratothat fifty transports;
each being Clible . .tg containing two thou.
sand men, mu ;the *ready off . Dover by , the .
commencement of the ensuing year. The writer
also says that 'a full confirmation of this,new or.
der has been telegraphed to the English G,overri l
meat. He conjectures that the altercation with
Belgium will supply the pretext for s rupture
withßogland. This whole story is regarded , as
The French camp at St. Maur has been broken
The question of free `trade . will receive due (mn.
sideration at the approaching will
of the De
paxtments. • •
The Liberals of France are disappointed at the
number of eminent men declining to accept the am
nesty. Their presence in. France, it is contended,
would be advantageous to the cause of liberty:
What the French Government will at last haire
to do is simply to declare to Austria that =it has
done all that was morally in Its power in favor of
its proteges, or else it must dispose itself to int
pose them on the Duchies by intrigue, if not -by
The King of. Sardinia in returning, thanks for
a medal presented to, him by & private Society,
said that his efforts were always concentrated for
the greet national cause; , that .he lived for it,
and was , ready to die for it; that, though difffaul
ties and miitortunes arise, they must, and cer
tainly will, be surmounted.
The London Times strongly urges the Tuscans
to be prepared for the reault of Austrian ag
gression, even if they have to fight.
No change has taken place in Italian affairs.
A. special deputation from the',National Assem
bly of Modena his'tone on a mission to the Em
.The Mayor„of Parma issued , a proclamation on
his return from Paris e in which be reported the
conversation he had with the Emperor Napoleon,
who said : " Tell your population, that my
army shall never do violence to their wishes, and
that I will not permit any other power to ddb
violence against you." The Mayor adds; I
" Then: words make you arbiters of your own
Garibaldi had resolved to maintain strict dis.
ciplirie in the armi of Centralltaly. In an' order
of. the day he says: " I *lll oattlie to be shot any
one who calls himself a Maisinian, a Republican,
a flociatio,or even a Geriluildian ;". he will have
nn one riltiliiin 4 but notdiertfand'ltaliatni.
. ::F~ance:~" W
At the Council of Ministers at Turin, at which
the King presided, it was decided that before so
cepting, even provissionally, the provinces which
desire to be annexed to Piedinoist, it was proper
to consult the Allied Powers,
,and , ; particularly.
The object of the defensive leigue between
Tuscany, Bologna, and Modena, is stated to be
to prevent the restoration 'of the fallen govern
ments. and so lay down a basis of assimilation in
It le thought that the Belgian Senate will re
ject the bill providing for the fortification of Ant-
There wPI bee meeting of the . Alneini of Eldererldge
Aoodemy, on Wednesiloy,. September: 2804, UN, at t
o'oloek P. M. •
The meeting will be addressed by the Bey. 3. T. Ma
Oartney, and L hhdory of the Dietitian read by the Rev.
3, B. Caruthers 3. -
All friends, pstrone:and former members of the Inetitu.
than, are respectfully !indent to attend
By order of
Washington College, Pa.
The Semi:Annual examination of the students' of thie
Instil:allot. will commence on TIJESDAy„ September 18th,
at 9 o'clock A.
, Cominittee of examination on part of Synod.: Rev.R. V.
D'Olige. Rev. G.',9oraingo, D D,, Dev, ; 3.11,1 Dundas,,ex.
John Moffat. dn part of Tru!deoc .Rev. A. D. Dampbesk
Rev - John Eagles* D.D Hon. johit. H. Ening, A. W.
Aottoonn, Ifeq., Dr T. iiriCanna6.
' The Baccalaureate'Soil:non, ',by abe President, Rev. Dr,.
Scat, will be dell4ered on Babb".l
h morning, September lath ,
Sermon to Society of Religio s Inquiry, the - Hama: even,
lug, by Rev. William fd. Grimes, of Oadin,,Ohio,
The meeting of the Board of 'TrasteiS , 4til take place 'on
Tuesdifilliitifitabatliltliritt 21,61eck!Pnri'lvim , !, -..7:-A-.;a.'s
The address to Literary Societlea on Tuesday evening,
20th, by Rev. Samuel 3. Wilson, Profesior in the Western
Theological Seminary.: •
Regular Oommencementexer sis on Wednesday:morning.
• The meeting of Alumni Asara2ation, and the, ceremonies
connected with the inauguistion tf i the monument erected
to the memory ottheJitel Pres ea, Rev.,_llaviditi'don
anew, .1) 1 L.L.D., :Olt take p 1 • on. ednewlay, after
noon; at which time severed ad , reeeea, by distinguished
Ahmini, and otliera, will be della rid.
Thtroiddiess lathe Alumni Ass
On Wednesday evening, by W. C.
the goalie of Representatives at
Kits. WLISSLOW, an e
aisle Physician, hse a Soothing
• in& wbielt greetl y facilitates lb
softenincthe gurus, reducing ell
all palitand regulate the bowels
ers,"it.willgive resat° youreelre
your infants. Perfectly safe, in
At the ,Preebyteriao Parnorkage, n Towanda, Pa, Angnet
22d, by Err. Julia+ foster, hie L4iert Ftsx Court . to Miss
Mamma Irtoroau, Seam both rtf Linsbore, fa, • •
Ore Tnesdav morning, Septeinbegfithyst the re.thinie "of
the bride. near Butler, ra, by Rev. des. B. Boyd, liir,RoacitT
JOHNSTON YOUNG Teacher in Ppencer Acadent L y. to Mies'
MAMMAS? IoKLTAnr. The-rvang couple started the same
day for their field or labor sauctog the„Chostpre.
To McKeesport, Pa , Aug. I.Bth by Rev R. V.
brtiOn to %Mos at aLIIIBA • 41.: 'ALLEN , botltof Greenock:
Allegheny .I.unty, Pa. At the bride's father's, near ,Mo.
Kereport. Pa, September let, Mr EDWARD . H
Miss Mereams,A. WATSON,
,both of Allegheny Corinth Pa.-
On the 11th of August, brMsv. Ifinley. of Wooster,
at the bride's home ifr Humus Hmiur..itivirustn Mims.
Bustsrra Arm AM.?. both of Media& Cotinty, On the
Sth. of September, at the .residence of Mr. Robertson,. of
bindlns County, 0., Mr. 112NRY 8 VAuoint to hlieit EMMA A.
Rums" both of the above plies •
Oft Thursday, September ilth, by Rev. D. H. Barron. Mr.
,H. Isnot to Miss Von& B. Amin, all of Mt.
Plessin, Westmoreland County, Pa.
• • ,
On Tuesday morning. liepterabs• etti, by,Rer. G. Van
artatt.den, Mr. Jolts BUISOVIORROW to 81130 Bassin. Y.,
eldest daughter of James H Rodgers, Bag, all of Blair's
Mills, Huntingdon Counti, Pa.
September Bth, by Rev. Wm. A. Weak Rev. Some R. Ch.(Ric,
of I aodiaborg, Perry County, Pa • to Mem Narrate 0 ,
daughter of Mr. William Elder, of Path Valley,. Franklin
county, Pa ' '5
On Wedneeda*, the 711, by Rai , jenfei A. Reed. Mr
JOHN 61 GREY, fanned' of:Wheellng,, Va. Bone.
'BETH HALL, all or the vicinity of 'Wee' Raplds,lowa.
„Dise-4.1 Shade dap, Pa., on Wednesday morning. Sept.
7th, AYetroa• flatuusr, youngest daughter: oft Lewis and
Esther pumpkin, aged 10, mon.thiand 2.; dive..
Bre sin Could blight, or Borrow fade;
Death timely came with friendly care, •
The opening bud to heaven conveyed, - •-
And bade it bloom forever there.” •
litan—OttithodOtir oft May Maitoturat Maw-
I , TON, wife of Alex. Hamilton, of 'Hopewell ToWnihip,
Washington County, Pa., In the 113 d year of her , age.,
ft : M
Many years lance, she made a profession of religion, by
connecting herself with the Presbyterian church of Upper
Buffalo. Her subsequent Blom& one!ofiattifdrm
sistentyiety,,end she was.esteemed, and loved in all, the
relations life ,Her, last Maki:ore, which wan disei4Sof
the heari, and of many months continuance, Was borne
with Christian vatianoe'and' , ineignatitin.' mai:ilia:lilted
an interest in religious thing& tethi 'last r even when` her
mintk,:wits ,in x ,.,iteine, measure; deranged' lay„distialip,..Anct.
when thefinal summons tame,: she.departed,in. the -calm.
ness and confidence of faith, attd in haws Of glOrions
mortality. ''N' ;) • 4;33.'•
Thatiz;iiiignatlifit,-at his residence, Sit. Washington, Pa:,
air, JOH,' BTALITHERS, in the 72d year of his age:
This'iged'disciple (a lialingElder in the ';idt: Waitlitigtoe
Presbyterian` etiarch slice its 'or , anization,, Anne
1857,),n0w 'f.reste from his-lebora " His life:wu 'one of
exemplatridevetion andandA unostentatious piety- Thirlifigr
` llVe n,
"ad t iad awdOctitne oii•gaeiiur
in all ihin
ills death,, was peaceful, and, to him, doubtless, grinfulwati .
blieeful;' He has en.ered into peace; ie resting in hie bed,.
having walked in his ftprtglitnissi' ago!' bteist the
rigiiiimisveh'en he dies BlesiedMiHM dead which
die in the Lord." "To die is gain." ,
Dtinr--In . Aprine Creek Valley., aft.ic... a liagaring;ilbttoei
Was Cuatiq.a In the 20th year of her age.. -
Olitiindi was &lovely girl. "She was atriaili this foil,' 'who
lire heloyed of all. Kindness obareoterlsed her entire Ilfe.
Being is:stcul'illy amiable, grace made her,ditspoeitiln one of
sorActeking sweetness, &boot six months before her death,
ehe openly proreieed Jesus as her Saviour. This profession
was eminently adorned by continued patience under'Sriteiti
fold kilter:l4e; and entire acquiescentie in the "DAirtne
The hearts of a large °trifle of .friends are 91 ed with keen.
esesorrow „Key loge Is especially felt by an orpharoitter.
and a widowed grandmother, with whom she - had lived
from infanoy.":lsfiy Fie'who is the t pithir the fatherless,'
and the Husband of the wltior,'Pon'r consolation into those
stricken heartsY s;'i - . •': •
Diso—kt blentother's residence, In Versailles Tp , Alle
gheny Connty,lPa., Aogust 12th,. atter a. ontinned Hinson,
more or tees severe, of wirers! months, Mr. Joni Ar dials
son, in the lath year of Me age. . • ~
Ilehad delayed to seek the one thing needful, until near
the close of hie life. But the last ten o 1 twelve days of his
life were spent in earnest seeking for Jesuland prepare .
don for death. Through the counsel Of Christian frientie t
and direction and instruction of .his pastor, and the
many prayers of all these, he obtained,' we trust,
good. hope in Jeans as bis 'Redeemer. 'Llnritig fhene
days, be delighted in nothiag but talking about and
praying *co 'Jesus,' and hearing others talk 'about and
pray to, che eame, on his behalf, and that of :those still
out of Christ was. now .nO, more ashamed of Jeans,
as .he had long been; not afraid to warn hie youthful
friends mud neighbors' against delay; be wished 'no 'me to
do Se he bad don•—piit off to a dylog bed preparation for
death, judgment, and eternity. A brother and -sister, who
were still without God and without hope in the world, we
trust, will not soon forget his .dying appeals-to them, to
Set& the Lord at otiee.' May his solemn warnings to all
who heard them, be heeded, and hle prayers Sr their imms•_
dilate salvation be answered. • . ,
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sir- These Machines now from two spool., and farm a
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which will NOT rip, even if every fotir , h etitob be but.
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Agent for Pittsbuigh and vicinity. aplfkly -
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of climate, and, above all, the varieties of water,
encountered in triversing even a email portion of the Uni
ted States, are severe trials to the traveler. In order to
aeons the system from the evil consequences so frequently
reeultios from these cause., it le absolutely necessary to be
provided wilti Holloway's justly celebrated Tills.
•. Bold at the manufactory, No 60 Malden lane, New York,
and by 401.8ra/wide, at 26e., 6&. , and 81 per ox. '
espl7.lt . ,••• ••• tir• • .•"!.• •., ;:,:••
OR.. O Aint. 14 OR RENT. TIN le NEW
BRIGHTON SEMINARY, wbi.th leas erected expressly
for a 'lay and boiwdlng aehodl, and ocouphyl as such till the
present time, will be mold or •Teirted at a moderate price.
Also three Planes and a full stilt of fun:Mare fcir family
and school purposes, which are in it, will be sold on the
most reasonable terms. Apply to
. su27-tf ' RBV. J. DAVIS, AlliOeny City, Pa
NOTION TO NTO MK...FEEDER& THE
Telegraph Straw and Stalk Cutter*e offered to Farm
ers, Dairymen, .to, an the molt complete and reliable
blachiiie built. Price from $6 6010460.00. Warranted.
For sale at the Seed and Implement Warehouse. 47 Fifth
Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. J A HES WADDitOF.
'WOW I C TO. 'Y Alta ACK 11'8.-4.11.A1111
Drills Hunt'. Improved Lancaster Orsin and. Seed
Drilla, at the Baled and Itaplaineat 6th. a, 47 ,flttli Eltredt,
Pittsburgh, Pa. • .
STRAWBERRY PLANTS. • •
, WILSON'S ALBANY.
Ordsre addressod'to T. L. SHIELDS I Co , Sewtotleyvllle
Pa., or to the subscriber, at the Seed and Implement Ware
house, 47 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh. Pa., will be pron ptiy
attended to. Price $lO per thousand.
• ","` JAMES WARDEOP..
Werefer to the Editors of tail paper.
TR 0 Y OA. DI 111 e >x A. TO ICI
'• WOW IS TEO TIME for Young Men of In'dustrione hats.
Its, and go& moral character, to engage as BOOR AGENTS:
.We publish the DIST Sorts..
They can be sold to 1191 RT family.
:And will accommodate every roses. • " •
, Agents will require but a small capital to commonalities,
which earl be gradually increased by the profits mad*.
Send for full particulars to
LEARY, GEtZ I Co., Nibllshen
sis2o 10t No. XI North .ft pana.eond Street. •
yjr 1C BRAS K A. 1. &NOS.—TIC IC 17 NVolilt
1.11 signed will attend to the locating of Land Warrants
in the °melte and Nebraska City land dietriete, N. T. The
laud mated wilt take R ace In the months of July and
&Uncle. After the sales, - Land Warrants can be amid. The
leads, of this .Teriltory are of the finest quality Good
eel.ctiocie can be made Dear the !Masotti.' River, and near
•Ottleitierite. All' weer:into entrusted to my ears will be
located on lands selected by mg& land emuninerS.
Lettere of inquiry reqiumitat: Ttirmii reas triable. •
' :...ii , •.II.LRX. F. M'AINNEY, •
OrisipaiM,Oass County, N. T.
• KRAMER A R ARM, Bankers, Pittebargh.
.- • LLOYD Ai BLACK, • • " - •
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• Penna. R. R., Philadelphia.
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W n. M. LLoYD &,00.,"Benkere, Altoona, Pa.
ORO. R. MOWRY, lliauChica go. ALEX. TINLEY BMI
.. n: Louis. ,
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: 00TES •
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NO. ie 1001) STAEST, PITTSBURGH,, PA.,
Invite the attention Of hli anat. mars; end merchants
g a n t e a ra m ta, o to spa •hte p v u e r r c • a l
ufacturers, which for extent, variety, and duraollity, treei
dom from all irregularity and adaptation to. the. want.' st
all ecations, is not eurp tined in title, or any other city.
Prices shall be es towns those I - 1 •
. PHILADELPHIA , OR NEW YORK.
All are invited to an examination of this SUPERIOR'
EITN:111 - .
II? Oidare entrusted to him alien command
an/ particular attention, and be faithfully exsonted..;
•anpB Bm' JAMES - P. TANNER:-
IstMo will frdettroied:
I ...Liivrrenee, Streaker of
At 3 BOKENNAN,
i c of Board of Trusteee.
r onto : and Nnree and Pe
Irtip fpr children teeth
-66 proems of teething, by
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1 11 omen. See advertice
ItV. DR. JAMES. W. ALEX
11)1800IIRBE8 ON OW:1140N :TOBlOB OF 01/EISTL&N
FA IT HI AN O. PRACTICE.
1. vol. Bvo. $2; in half.calf, $3,60; and in:raorirOeso' sac
tilTio6a.antb'oratide to - lea' ;Asti. andi i itt
experience. The reader will Rad that all expressed r
and vigorously,, and not in dull common-plare."-Phile
cklphiu Presbyterian: . .
"They are strong in drictrtne,,simple and yetbc e ntifolly.
earnest and impressise la .insitaer;and they carry.alone of '
thought and a style, of reationint and suggesti.n litted . to.
the highestraige of polidt laber "--:Ths CbtrorepatiimaUst. i.
..Prerei sing the freshness, beartinese and unction of his
thoughts the auth tr expresser them in a style of so much
classic beauty and vigor, thlt one is obliged to regard him
'as a second Quiatillian, animated by the soffit or Paul.
Theta diseoutees are rich in evangelical matter, various in
topic, and. replete with' passages ;of uncommon eloquence
and force."—Christian, Intellige!wer. .
Aim a naw edition . .
COMOILATTON ; IN . DISCIOURSEA•ON PIILBOT TOPA%
4 ODRRBSRD TO THH 3IIFFICRIN9 PEOPLE:OI I 4Ok
by Jae. W. Alexander, D. D. I volume. 12m0,41. ; •
• Copies sent by wail, post paid, for pries remitted to Mult-
411 R . 116 A T . ' P - 0 P V I. •A R I T
. • BY A. 8. HAYDEN,
Has uniformly given, eo far as the Publishers kn w, entire
satisfaction to alt churches and Musical Aud'olations ;that'
have used Bowes of practical l'eichers have praised the
book and have it now lo their echoole.• 'But the fact' that
it has reached so many editions, has attained a ulo of
bet.een ;, •
ONE HUNDRED THOUBAf 4 D' AlifD TWO HUNDRED
and is now in larger demand then ever, his, if snythlog
C 21:). taken the wo•k oat 'of the domain of crilleisto.
- i wo reasons will chiefly.acmunt .for the. great 81113Ce88 of
Frew—The Character of Abe Work. It represents a new
and greatly improved system of notation. In It much that
ebetiuse and difficult in thie delightful science, is so elm-
plifled that months are made equal to years in the common),
war of learning . the practice of muoloal art
Seeman—pie Quality and Style of Music.' Many new ,
pierce; destined to please ,as long as music tuts, may be.
found, on its pages, and also many of the old and tried
melodies: hallowed from associated recollections' of sane;
teary . delights. and far more welcome,to the heart of the
worshipper than "there frequently,subitituted for them
The mechanical koteontion of the work ie sup-rior alto
gether to the majority of Eastern Music Book", And the
price await lower.
The, work may be bad of Booksellers ln all the principal
titles and tioarna,.or ma y be ordered.vUtelitt from the Pub
lishers. * • ;
Copies far eistaioatioa, sent paittipsid..to 'readier*, Lead
ers of Choirs, ata., far seventy. five emtafrintitted in po!tage
ORTOLA; A Complete Hymn and Tune , Rook for Sabbath
Ity Wm B. Bradbury, the popi.lar author of " The
Sabbath School Choir," "/Sabbath, School 'htelorllea,"'and
other Juvenile Music Books; also, author of " The Shawm,"
"Jubilee," eta, eta.
MOORE WILSTA.CH, REVS & 00 ,
Publlahera, 25 Wed Fourth St., Cincinnati.
For sale by JOHN H. MELLiIR,
septit 4reows • • Wood 'Street, 'Pltfeburgh:
IappOOIC.S.—THIE BOARD OW. VOL.
t u . POttrAGE of the ffincide H of Pfttaborgh'sod•
ghiny have received a - valuable addition to the stook on
band at the Depository, on St. Clair Street, Pittaburgh. ID
the Sabbath School Departmeot there can be-fouod all the
limes 0 the Board of Publication, together with a selec
tion of the titoks of the Hassachusette Sabhath 'School
Society, which hive been approved by the Executive Com
'tithes., of the Board. Also, the books of. Mrs. N. W. Camp
bell—Why am I a Presbyterian; Why Should t bra Paetor;
The Twins, or Conversations. on the Ruling Elder. The
'tire and Labors of Bev. Or. Raker; The Martyred Mission.
arose Hadji to Syria 'Sacred , Lytics from the" German;
together with the Assembly's iligeat, by Baird
Our friends will do ns the favor to come and see for them
selves, what we have as the Deposit try
JOUM CULBERTSON, Libra:Lep,
JeSIS-tf Board of Col portage, St Clair St ,Plttaburgh.
. , . .
• , ,
- , A Serie*: of Letterer, . .
Discussing the Pointe Tait% 'Divide the Church on
PealniOdy: By RIM. WILLIAM' ANN AN. 18mo. 38 eta
In ftitirte;en Lettere, a•ldreened toan "inquiring Friend,"
all the leading argumepte for the exelurive nee of the
Book of osalme. are carefully diem:seed, and the vlewsand
tvourrs of the Preibytetian Church .are fairly stated and
vindicated... Title is the only full diseuselon of the anbjeet
:which has beet' p übliehed: • ' • ,• •
Weirsve.parnred•orith great-pleasure; Abe;...! Letters on
Tealtriody," and aret express ear approbatlon - of
them. The principal slim:Rent, of those who contend fo
the etch:lsl.. use of !! fersion," are fairly stated.
an completely refuted; As whilst the themetis discussed
with cand sr and vlgar`mVis e i hippy to °swerve it is to an
eminently Obrietian temper. These "Letters" fill a gap
in thiejtontrwszey. _
A clear, brief and co urteous dlsomielon of this whole
subject, such u Is here furnished, ie. in our judgment.
much needed at tole time' 'W. hope 'be author will con..
lent to give thrum Lettess" to the . pablio, and traet they
will have an'extenilve . circulation. • • '
3 Prom Rey. Dr. Plenner.)• „.
I bay no doubt the work is such au ix calls , for by the
exig' ncy of the till6ll. I. therefore,
cordially commend it
to the perusal of '' Don's friends snd . -
• , [From Her. Dr. Patterson.] . •
I very, e. , rdially'concar in the expreeet-me of approval
above quoted from the pinto a of the First and Second
churches of Pittabargb, and from Dr. Plumer.
'[From Rev Dr. McKinney, Editor I‘ Renner k Adyocate.")
When we Mention this n , me (the name of the author,)
It is needieeato nay to most of our reade.s, that the subject
'is treated with grastability.
• e C A copy will be sent by mall,post•paid, on recitiptuf
Pabitahed by -WILLUM 8. it ALFRZO
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• Sir Orders may alto be eent to' Mr. John OctiberlsotWat
the Publication Rooms, Pittsburgh, or to the author, Alle
gheny City,,Pa. &at.
mtiThis Machine poetesses the following important &draw
Ist. es: t n•ee two threads direit from the common spool,
and no rewinding of thread to necessary.
2d The stiten is double.locked, and makes a seam of great.
strength. bawdy. and elasticity
3d sily, sod with but little notes.
41 peble of taking from one hundrid, to fifteen
h ahes per minute, on all 'kinds of ••fatorloVante
iod of gond tbrrad.or silk.
can be worked beckwarde as well as forward's, end
ca started with the foot alone. . • , , •
eth. It uses a perpendionlar needle bar,. and a straight
needle, whi , b avoid. breaking needles . • " ' ••• • '
7th. It la the only.obeap machine that ham a Hammer:at,'
tactied, hr which a hem of any width can be turned doWn
and stitched with the machine.
Bth. it will Quilt. Stiteh.,Elemolmbroilder lank:Gather;
and its great simplicity renders it esoilly'lf kep t order, end
It can be enceensfu ly operated ihrta child. twelve: Vein
Md. possessed of ordinary Intelligente. Healy meohlue is
fully warranted. Full printed directions enoompany, each
machine. Tt Is, in feet, the first an teary first class Machine
ever Invented and sold at so low a figure.
Local Agents wanted in every'town throughout the coon
try, sad upon term' that will ensure a fine paying. brorines . ',
without any possibility of loss. The prices are such as to
put the auachines within the reach of the mama; and' ai
sales are easily made, the bulling/le is both pleasant and
profitable, and suitable for either sex. ' '
A reduction ot twenty-five per went.. made to clergymtm.
Bend for our circular of terms to Agent..
' - LASEIOILI, & NORTHROP, '
No, a 0 Market Btroet, , Pittsburgh,
or B. P. BirtmirrT, Agent,'Hettnedy's Jeweity.Btoret, oar of
South Oomuicriand Seders' et'. Allegtteny'Olty. t•. 3YI I
. 4 1 %,.! k qt. :11 1 .k ntkni.:o , 116 tO
Just published by ,
CHARLES' soaieNsn. ' •
. (Brooke. uulldiug ).- ••
124 Grand Street N.w York.
.Thr'sala in Pittsburgh by 'JOHN B. DAVISON.'
• 1M. 126 : 1 7, . • • •
THE SAGTED ,XELODEON,
Aso, .rtifsr PUBLISHED
[From Bey. Messrs. Paxton and Howard.]
. , .
C E $86.0 0 .
Unequalled fdr Simplicity, Speed and Beauty.
ALL AND wilment IrAmazons won.
. , 'Sae. ; 7 ;
H. SMITH, Merchant Tailor,
NO. 84 WYLI.IO 82'1t1414r,
hails just returned from the NatAirn Cltlec, with a well
'selected stoek of Clothe, eassbneres, Silt and Velvet Plush
Tidings ; all of'whleh win be roads up to order in the
moat approved styles, on reasonable terms..
Also, aunt's Furnishing floods just received, for Fell and
• • H„ SMITH, No. 84 Wylie Street.
ALLEGLIENV:: , CITY COLL IDGFE.
REV. J. NEWELL,
REV J . DAVIE. ' .
0141381131W111 RN•OPEN. ON .
Monday, September sth.
Ladies' • Clam_ at 9. 4. 411.; Rays' &hoot at 9.
4. Al.; Male Collegiate at 1 P. N.
The PancipasWill cotalnue to devote their whole time
and attention to the interests of Oils Institution, and will
be ably sustained. in eduostine the youth entrusted to their
care. by ADDITIONAL TtI&OEINRB in Blatt TRH MALE
AND PEDALS •DRPARTAINNTS.
TIMMS may be known from the Oataligne, to be had in
the bookstores, or by'applytng to the Principals.
Apjp:. A full attendance at the opening is requested.
A 0 0 0 1.
Phystoal and Mental Eduoatian of Young
Will be Opened at NO. 60 NORPH-THIRTNENTH STRIEHT;
Philadelphia. the 12rtt or SEPTEMBIIIi, 1859, by REV.
WM. M. CORNELL, M. D., Principal.
ThisMohool is now removed from Boston, at the request
of many friends, and to ilud a milder climate, and one
more favorable to invalids Health of body, in cool unction
with culture of mind, is its object. It is designed to in
a want which !know, and bus been felt, for many years,
-both in-public and prliatri Schools, namelyi'• ouch 'an'ob
. servanos of natural laws as shall preserve health where it
exists, and tend to restore it where it ieWautleg Por this
purpose it basYa Orturseron; and the pupils. or boarders,
(for it embraces both ,those whose object is ROJO alone and
thaw:else; whe, With more or less attidy,witheut etedy
all, with oonfirin or recover their' health,) rewire
Medical advici. treatment, and instruction In the laws of
Health and Physiology applied "to practical purposes
Medical Gymnastics, Ina School,. is a feature hew „in this
country, but whiCh bit existed:for-ion:OM timef in Sweden,
;and in some other parts .of Europe--a feature which hes
met with cordial 'approVel by many deeply; iiiterseted in
education. and one which la believed to , be of the Stet
portanoe; since impaired health. among young ladies; is the.
.great evil of,our, tlems, destructive of ;their happiziess, user
fulnees .and life. The School 111 6 "Home" for all who
,come; and widow lidies, or others' : who••iney'!vrifili to
. accompany. tare, are. received as boarders..
• Young married ladled, in feeble bealtli;or wishing to itudy'
some partieular branches, are received • A = . •
• The 1,11111667/ department embrace!, all .the scientific,
, z ornamental and,useful branches nanallir - taught in" Female
Seminaria„logetlier with-Yocal and instrumental Mask;
with competent instruetorain each branch.. .
Day Penile are received 4.6 the -School; ant sin , 'Who
can attend Gymnasium only- , -
~ The Teachers are - eminently and. like tho
. principat,havelad much - experience:.
' • For Teams, Arc „apply at, the bebop!, or to Rev. Da Mo-
Miarteritill September 12tif, " • • '
The price for boarding pupils is poo a lair, which in
cludes all but Macro.
Rem To TEL YOLLOWING Pzeame.
Rev. "A. t. Riede;
Chandler Itobbitis,'D. D., "
John'AVare. M D - • ; ;
Winslow Lewis, K. D.,: .“ _„
D Humphreys Storer, V. D . " •
Rev.• Henry Steele Clarke, D.D., 0 •1 0
A. Converse, D D., , •
" 'Albert 'Barnes,' • ' ' • -
Diatthew,Nerkirk, ,Reg , ; , ; • , ".; • , .
Prof Chas. D:CL.veland, to
Idward Bowen, Beg N New " York. • •
Rev. James Walker, D. D„; President of,..llarvard College.
hiarklropkins, D D.; President OrWildains Cake. ;
"W. A..; Stennis,. D President of•Araberefilidlegi:
Warren Burton, Cambridge. ••. ' • f ,
". Daniel 'Leaeli.' Superienteniletit' the PrOvidiriee
. Public Schools.
• 'Public Schools.
Rev. David IlVitioney, D.D., Pittsburgh , .
" Samuel pindley, ;.• •
' Bel lo-2 t •
FO YOUNG LADIES,
A t Sexj.o k I e , y , P a
The Rev. H. 11.'4011,-rof D D, has' transferred his interest
In this-Institutioluto;thu:lfElf.,-solltk!ST.-M.GLIAMiIi D.,D
late Professor In 'Jefferson Gefligo„ an brother of fife
former Principal, Prof S. IL Willfairis.L-rn addition to the
present efusillenV,Corpilor Steschers, 3Who i will be re -1
'tained, the.aervlees of Na . . ;MASI& GGEBIL ofiritrshurglbi
Graduate of the - University of Marburg, ~ , Germany.
have pees engegedas,toscht r Musk and idodern Lan
guages. The buildinge will be' pnties. 'lOO State bf
and the premises rendered otherWied'estrictive. , -alhthe
usual helm...lkon of a useful son,ortunnental education will .
-reiefie -dud atteritien.''TrrOPuPile , wilfhoird
of -the :Principe! ; and his lady, who willhafree from other
engagements. will extend' to Grim.. a ciinsta,:nt materna l
care, LcommiDuAlith hit? tiird;daughtereo - 7•,«1i ,
Theriext session, will emu:tepee on the. FER.ST ligiND,tjt
IN NOTE riBDR.; and as the neinber of boarders will be
limited to thirty-tlve; early - application will be necessary-in
order to secure a place in the School..
Oircrilari contnaing all neeeiesty friVirnatioirl to'•
studies, terms, to; may be obtained at lisvisoyif, or .
Booklnoie r or enttie Printipil, 'whose-Pint
Ofiloe'tiddiese, unitUthe let of October, - :will:: ie at C15M,41111.,
inirg,,pa o and after Wards at towickleyrllla,Pa.„
• • ~
‘," r •J ) - VPi r ef
40 Ob 1 r
Alm THE TrA.Tiow__Post
Course in the IRON CITY COLLEGE; the largest,'
most Ostensively patranistedi ind,bereirganind ,Oommer
' dal School in the United States.
POUR' LARGE 'II4.LLE,
For Writing, Commerelai 3 Oaleulationa,' Book-keening- and '
Genii time to "cOmpietifi fair ionise, from siii w to tat'
weeks; Every student, upon graduating, is =guaranteed to
be competent to manage , the Boras of any... Business, and
qualified to 'earn a salary of from • ' " • " • •
:J. • a 500' 11119000.
Students enter at any time—no . .yanation=liwriew At;
I. `FIRST PailiiiillMl3 11013 'BEST WRITING' ".
AWardal this Institution: The best and grasteit variety oU
' Penmanship in any one Hall of ti 'e Ontuu, is Sutodilll6,.
Oar Ministers' Bona received st half price.
For fall information, (Eviller, lineeimene of Huainan and
Ornamental Writing, and Embellished View of the College,
inclomi five letter stamps to '' ' '
fe26 1". IRNEINS. Pittsborsh,
PITTSBUR64I _. . • .
Incorporated by; the , Legialatvrc
'•: FOUNDED l• 8-4 . -
inviLmov nvo TUN* ow' 4itopr BUILDI. I,
fiflr DIGS, FIFTH 5T.R8DT„1135.9. tot" apartmenteeoret
iSrncied exoresely .for . the' Institution. t. having one, cf'
.the Meat spacious liniehed and fernishritE
Educational ;Halle In the Union.,
• .. . , ,
Over flee thonsa,nd ftudeate bereitudied Inertitiir
Lion, some of whomare nutria receipt of S4,UPD per annum;
A circular of fifty pages. a @pleaded erigriviriga:theNaii ,
Iron Buildings, with sample of Mr: Dui:teen's Business and
Ornatiental Pen and Ink Writing, mtriliid on receipt of Ilia
letter stamps, by ' P, BUFF;
DIRECTIONS FOR STRANGERS TO YiND ;THE BEST
When a College advertises "two hundred - irtudebte In
dilly attendance," and you cannot. see•thirty, In Abell'
clime., make a siaithr ellnw.nce upon iLL their other . pre
- tensions Have nothing to do with a- Oolligs that - sena
minuets after you. And when a College Principal' oalli,a
runner to escort yin from his of ios into the office of
another College, tell htm•yon don't go in company with;
spies. Inquire of the My aterchante.or Bankarsibr
',Cotters whore Principal is • rpractleal,acconntant Of estab
Hebei, reputation. Never expect toleartufrom,s.Priymistal;
who cannot lecture,and take a •,loading part In what is
taught in his scho ol. Buy'.no• scholarship- it any price
until you have seen the College, and know who In to • to.
struct you. as, if yon don't lik• it, yon' oano..t 3.11 your
echolarship in the city for half what yoti paid for . it
m0mr1881111.43111.1r lIIKOLL, ID, COLLIIMIL—
JF REVA Pl6B PING, President, iteirtitsdby"
a lawolty of eleven teachers. • , •
Superior advantages are afforded for obtaining a thorough,
Academic and. Collegiate education: Every
,effort will be
made to secure the happiness , and improvement of 'all who
may attona. The ~ olleglate ' , ear begins August 31: Second
BeeslOn, Deceit - Ant 7; and the third, Marr:: 2E. Toition
ries from $8 to $lB .per seteion, according to studies. For
further information apply to ttof Preildent, or to ProfsatOrn
J. 11. ICNE/W14.3, Pittsburgh, Pa. • anl3
iipsAvEß ACA.DIBBII -AND•IBEIBIUNART.:
Both departments 01 this inatitution bay. aujeyefd
great prosperity during the pest' year: there were AIN
attendance at the , male departmeot, o, e hundred and forts..
four puling; at tee (smile, one hundred. , forts. .
Board end furnished room can be bed in.the Academy, st,
$2.00 per week. Tuition, from . $ 4OO to $7 OO per term of
fourteen' weeks . The wait term opens on TEO iDAY, tie
80th of August. - For further In'ormation, addeen
ISt B. 1111260 2 FL, Principal of Academy,'or
iy.2o '..5 RIM .I.,.'A.MVILL, '• 't Seminary.
NEV. SANDBAG" DIBITINDOEtiI, D.D. Principal and
Professor of Lanputges.
John Simpson; A. 8., Plefeaeor• of Mathematien and As
Samuel Glass, M.D., Lecturer on Anatom and Phydolog
Rev. Jam.' Y. Aehenhurat, Professor o f
Moral and NM
tiro' Belem*. . _ .
?di: Peter Zabner, Tutor in. Mathematics.
Mr. J. A.,Layeobeiger, Tutor In Mathematics
Mi. Z. W. Armentrout, Lecturer on Book keeping. •
'TM.' institution is located in the quiet and teal thy Tn•
lade of Blue/rills,. Ashland. Co. Ohio During the last
year there were over Two Hundrd - Students, Male and re
melt?, in attendanor Diplomas are awarded to young ladies
who fliiish the manta of studies laid down In the Catalogue.
The branches • taught ere the following 'Arithiartie,
Higher Arithmetic, and. *lents' Arithmetic. Geography,
Hogliab Oramm.r, Analials, Orthography, Book Beep
. Algebra. Geometry.. Trigonometry, and - all the
,Idsher,, mathematics, Phipaiphy. Cbeatiatry,. A,atrott
'-'ory.' •tally, Dhyelologe, History, Mental and Moral
macieuce,Glroicn,rench, gpaoleb, Itallse, and, the. Latin
and 'Greek Authors usual ly rt ad in Collage. '-"
I ;For favantyllva Dcolara'paid to idvaoco,a student shall.
. "emir* good-hoard, a room furnished with bedstead, table,
- chairs, stove and fuel, and tuition in any of the - . ober*
lilt/inches for Two.Sessiona of rive td on Ws. each rOilor
t,.two Dollars ,and fifty Cents paid on the 24th of. October
`Lent, all tbe atidie Denis will' be turninfied - taiihie Wihtia
!...liesalun of 8.1”, Months.
( Two . .stederits frill occupy the same' 're - t 0 i 1 : 1 4 %4 1 0d fdynial,
'their own bedding, which can-essily * 81 Moir
3trnaks. Students are admitted at anytime,
*** hist itistiojci is gliert ea 'the 'Nemo %k id Ilelodsei. at
• legkierate charger. 8. DIN fNN DOJO,'
9: WOAD ir Ifs Bs A .11, Iff, im Am,*
Ma COUNTY, '
• Wintof e melon, of AY • mon tha, will ammo c• %tint
Wednesday in November.
Alpena's, for Boarding, ihiel,Light and Tuition lu the Is
ilia. branch. s, Op per &waken.' Anoientind Modern Len
gamest, each lA. lemons en the Piano, and ape of Lustre
'merit; Pahtlidg and Drawing, each $l.. Or the pay '_
mint of Sitiorf.P (nand* the .Whole •
A doll : Map eonn'ectaw(th'ther °air at igiwais,D44.loii
dmit Parleeibnig, Per. Adevis
J DlClllllr..ftt ~.'•
trk'ifit.l 6 .l 4 l4' VIIT.: , ”: 1?‘
al /Ili bin
The Berthas Is publiched weekly, In the dike of Pitt
burgh awl Philmidelphla and is adaytedtooraerelehreulatk
In the Presbyterian Miura.
(14 ADVA.I4I,Ia, •
IN OLUBB of twenty, end **era,
DCLIVE/lIID In either of the atlas,
ADVARTIEIBICEN.TA; In Advance.
For eight Ilium' or leas; one Insertion In ants; nab stl6o
eaquent Insertion, 2$ cents. Each additional liwa,beyosit
eight, 8 cent. for *very insertion.
For eight lines, tioreetoontlke,s3.oo. Isola additional line,
26 Gent'. .
For eight lines, One Year, $lO.OO. lath additional IN. $1
°taut Of two lines, $6 a yeti, end $1 for etch addi -
&nal line. „ .
•• • •
Bunt!Roo Norfor.o: of cen"lfnee'or lioss,One Dollier. Kati
owildiltionolline, 6 oent. - •
Sir Communications repeminemiatory etineentione,Ne
dical Eracticealcbools,/tei4e.,14145 designed for the peon.
Nbtrif benefit of Itullebineleishould be poistfor asiinsinese
, • •
Bunt by malt, where no good opportunity is otherwise'
at hand- Drafts or notes of the larger denominations ars
preferable, where they can be conveniently obtained.
PASTORS impeding as twenty subscribers and upwards
will be thereby entitled to a paper without charge.
N.B. When Presbyterian famillesereverymnadispereed,
they may be accommodated at the Ohibprice,eventhongira
few of the twenty be wanting. Let all besuppliekif paid.
ble.. The Poo. we shill favor, tO our Ito:mutability. Lei the
sandy be rm., but every paper paid for. ,
/or Two Dollars paid, wo wllleend Seventy numbers; ire
!be One Dollar, Ttdrty-three numbers. Thfslefcrthesakeof
If Pastore, In making up clubs, And mom* perms .tot
ready to pay at onee, they may yet sand on the rusmee t at the
Olub prlea,tou theirown reaponalbilityto parrs shortly,. it
Is desirable that clubs data their subscription periods at the
sometime. DAVID MulafflllY a - CO , Proprietora.
w u w„ Rik
FAMILY szwrNo MACHINES,
SEND FOR A CIRCULAR.
sa- These Machines, `Which liaise gained sneak. an en'
viable reputation over all otherlfachines on sieconut of •
I. Beauty and , excellence of utitebodilusanbotit Odell
the fabric sewed.. 1. •
2.: Economy of thread. ••!-• A .•
B. Biroplicity,andlltorougbreas of eonstrnetlon.,%; - • .
4;ffortabiiity, ease of
_operation ,end nuenagestinkt., •
ti." Quietness of, movement.'
•' 'T., Strength, firmness, anti durability' of seam; that ail
not rip or ravel.
8. Applicability to a Sariety'of papoose sadmdtteriab.
9. Ciontpactn-is and elegance of model ead Enieh n ,
gre,now• offered, "
WITH ALL THE LATEST
itSIPROVE ',WERT'S ...AND.. ADTANTA4Sh
At Reduc ed ,P,r4 ce4,-
LEXI c REED;
fel9-17 68 Fifth- Streit;lslttabitrith;.•Pa.
W 0 0 D. Dr: 'fa 0 ~g);. k I , ~.,,,,,!::
.: i ~,
„ Fi c)
iWliolesale and , 'Retail Grocersad'Tem
tYrii Dealers, -'• .• '• . • ~ 'f• ..:. 4 .
-', ; NO. 241 MERIT STREET,JIFAD 'oll' WOOD, .
'Alt? • PITTSBURGH PA •- • ,• .•
Keep constantly on hand evetything
"genanlly kept in a
firsbelass Grocery Establishment: - • ' ' '
Gtoda delivered in theksitysind at the depots ;free of ahem's.
We makes discount to elergymigm
i - ' , . . •
r ff i ti OSE WHO MAVIS LOST
wilt be glad to diarn!that they may now' heitikthein I
replaced by artificial sets, which are forall pjimmin of mu
tication and articulation in nii
These qualities, which - have ao lone been sought for in the
, 4ntal art, have been tittitibed. by the employment of Pirea.
lalisiland Coral, or Vulcanite, as a ham ,:7 - The difficulty hithi ,
tato' bee been that, lightness,could not ; be socured witsout
'itehrificee of strengilifilleith - oPthese desirable qualities are
combined in the new meterial,..l,
Gold and all otter metallic plate for insertion, . ,,
ctal tibth must MOD fail Into' Om& litimetheutlince the: i
'borate and Porcelain work proves itself .vastly superior.
It is more elegant and cleittlY;Tiei&tn"ciiiroilion'oniVall
metallic taste, very plea.ant to wear in the month, and lees
1 - - .lllitB4NS - TriCDTSTNNT I II,Iri - ofteath; will find'
to their advantage to avail themselves of the improve
invents embraced in these styles, which, with the reduction
citi price and perfection oflit, will amply resay . the-trouble
'and expense of a joniyey, to; Pittsburgh. uti,facilities for
nieWuratitarlitj them are such that a job can be got up In
lees than half the ordinary time.
":Teeth drawn without pain, and no charge to those
having teeth. inserted,
N. STEBBINS, M. D., Dentist,
anl.3.3mei fi , f No: 1911Penzustreet
413 ti',o ; ll. A' l / 4 11 . i L°'Y -
. 8 E IV
•• G.. ,
tea. •wa ' 4
tastif sitivrioi shyditherl:
and delicate Sewing Machines, made to 'plaidie the eye
nieiely, are recommended for family nee. They will not
tilt 1 el Ibwing'.lfachines .
oughetObestroirger than any other,as palter variety of
work is„rsquireS, and o they, go info les; .skillrel bands.
bny"Mie %rolls lifadditesinsowie to a eertainM,
.E.7IFORK ..27.Efli • WORK RB'QUIRED.
4*l and i ezatainehefore purossing.
SlMiiket Strand, Pittsburgh, -Pt.,'
• PPL I IS ALTI'O Br WILL 818 111 ADA
,tsk the kegielitare of yennsylvanitt,
_at its, neat Bee.
moti, for the Charter of a Bank in the city of Pittsburgh,
to be cellos-the tr. ; ; .
-,Commercial; Bank :of: .Pittsburgh,: •
:with.Alcalgtoth:g One ,finedred and .Fifty Tlionsend
Donate and subject to the General Banking Law of 1860.
° R . U Br'S Alk. NIP 9
rel f 1c51 ,- i 1 , ? , . F4Aft.47:' GAPGER?
268p4ittrcy Street ; Pittsburgh, Pa..
wcrebtr mv ae.trta l y.coll.ti o z. attrition of :tho:publio to hi*
°MICE 'FAMILY GROCEBIES;' •
Which Ike trusts hie loog experience in , the bade. and the
' advantage of purcholng directly from the manure 'torero
,and importers; Will enable him to offer to his customers, on
mere favorable and satisfactory teems than ever.
i:Lnakiditionte aisrgp steer of Staple Grocenrlee, his list
oompriiree all the Mile delicaries, both' Imported and do
mes4e, that are to be found in flrst-olass grocery stores.
Green and Black Teas
Of every variety. from the lowest pilaw to the guest chops
imported, put up in caddy boxes for family nee, or sold by
ihei pound, or half chest... •
_loatiloguee containing an imbrided list of m toek, for.
wished by Mill, If desired: .•
`‘ 4 No.,ckargo for cartage
WM. 11. KIRKPATRICK, • JOHN, KIRKPATRICK.
Late of the firm ot Klrkpat Late mitt' Gillespie, Zoller &
rick A ifetalper. oe.,- Philadelphia.
W 4L - ,W I 6 I IL 7:4ll "l reSi l tf 1° ,4 1 % 411' CP."
• • Ls Z.•• "
<.' FOrmf.o4lng and,.COmmiision, erolnintii .
. Dealfmada , , , •
No. 299 Liberty Street, opposite head of Smithfield, •
1,1 Particular attention to the ode of °pantry . Produce.
E R, .S .•.e.;...t
lii 4 3) ' "46C Za.ASTP-44-
itpusE , AND SIGN PAINTERS'
OA OS; BANNERS, AND
'.• ~PAINTEI? IN EVERY STYLE. ..•
Painting Land Ornamenting Masonic
' Reg alia, &c.
-m7xED PAINTS, grass ) , AND PUTTY,
! von 'faun eT- . •
Sfreet, near Wood,
."•• 'pviirsouitim, PA. 't.
A i x..o V, 4 4. LL. •
' WM E. SCHMERTZ •dc •00.,.
,wunaBLlA DEALEis AND MANUFACTUREBS 07
BOOTS AND SHOES.:
Have removed to the new and npacloue , storahoure,
if& DETWBEN WOOD AND MARKET,
• PittelbUrgitt ENIDIAL; •
. Calling your attention to the above notice of nor Re.f. ,
moral, and , being now.p..orided with more,ample,and nom.
modlous rooms for. ournerge'stock of goods, we would
respectfully solicit a oontionsoce of the liberal patronage
heretofore bestowed upon the house.
hiSeritilateg tilih.f4c&Pf§29l7 AN fi
obtain -a - ctram manufacturers, hailing
been selected with the greatest care never has been stir
pawed, add le partienharlyedapted to the wants of We-tern
purohesers, aniAwilitridl9poilsvi of, an ;h. lowest - guarket
rates. Our groasWe'lle've marrnietured witll
reference to thliefi engaged' n •RISTAILINO, and sea war
ranted to give satisfaction.
Purchasers visiting this market are respectfully requested
to call and eaimine our StOili7iTiwo are prepared to isootun-
Write themplhpqme a, a nd t such •
r A R -- 2* ctari, A Ri SIZES
A. they maygwant. 'Eastern bi ll s d u pl i cated. All orders
promptly 4t.tonded.to, and,satitfaotton werranted.
ma -dm • WItl:11. HO 01E01 t 00- No. Et Fifth Et: '
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VV. Z 1111 :7i
17Vre Till M., ATTLIIITIOI Pr
the pabltolto the pH - MAW/I.MM - at'
Housekeeping • D*uCtoods !Italie , '
where May be Smite& Arr. atwortment of all klodror Dry
°nods requlredi,ftt forniehleg,, a house, thus saving the
trouble usueliretnerienced to hunting such ar Icle, In i
. 'alone plait*: et prooneetiuence of our glyi air our atteatlon 4,
to Able kind srf stook, to the exeldirlon of dress and tapefy
flooda, we `6ll imamate. oar pilaw 'and sty lei to be law '.
mosr.tatrat4e to the market - • ):.,
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.'', • lico‘f . 9 , , , . ;/- 1 14 1 PEN• GP )I3 •% •,,.6.41i:tail Er. 7
we are Oa t° give,peEteet ilitlIale301). I,lb. Tier,
ESTAELTIIFIED LINEA •ATOHE In tha , 'aid . • Vag ' '
,Imezi- for more then twenty years re Ilettio nese r
30M. of the bast manufacturers iu 1,044 We =l9 8 6 1 •0 1
I terse stook of . .. • .
, ; ; Frut..V/r/LS• .49itrD Wa511.514 , --,: i P. t . ~.;
,of the beet,quilitlea to be .. o4jettO at the iwry lc t tt,,
'Orissa Also. B3ankets„Qatioige,Tfeklora, Da=
1 able Cloths, and NaplfWilawaLlitlflk niaPere, geokabletie,
Table and Piano Cove, Der lft ekerA , 4 .14 oreetta, Lao 034
lattelln Curtalon,ithultiee, Larrittiare °hints. Window
ghtdings, iceakECEE. - 1:440,N- - X. 00E0: 1 44:,.
11.. 9 - oitct - .
W. , amkit Of Chestnut and Eat lath
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6 ap344f ' '' •- - " 7 ;Vh '<li••••
4 1i - i• • 'ff 4: I, * <
TiO2: ::11,4041lfErtiz i •
Oman' os l o o4 / 1 * Psi. • ;
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I ?SA T Mr 1.4 4 41.41114 111 M I N n ightie
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$1 .60 per yea