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Eendareon, Mercer County, Illinola, on Friday. October 11th
at 2 o'clock P, M, T. V A LIZ, , tBA. Uni t.
The PIVEBBYT/CRY OF NFDBTONE wid meet on thn
Sires Tucedny of October. In the church o Mt. Morinh at
11 o'clock A. M. The church i• Pituntrd about two tulles
south of New Geneva, reTe M tte County en
J. 'CLINTOCIK, Stated 131.rk..
The PRIMMITTERY OF Fir. immitsviLLE ktll meet 4
In WoodetteM, on the Pint Townley or October, w U o',noek
A. M.- JOUN MOFFAT, Stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTERY O' 111.(e)MTNOTON will bold its
alert elated snorting, at Wret 'Urbane, ,uu
October 10th , at 7}4, o alook P. M.
R. CONOVER, Stated Clerk.
`The SYNOD OD VT4IIELIND will hold tta next Ftatnd
meeting in the First Drtsbyturian ehlirch, Steubenville,
Ohio, on the third 'Tuesday OM) of t.otoLer, oannuemniutt
at 4 o'clock D. di. D. 0. WINES, Stated Clcrk.
Tbo SYNOD Ot' INDIAN A will m o ot in iho firpewell
oburelicJobuson Connty, Indiana, ott Om Second Monday
of October, at 2 o'clock P. ifl. JO N e. slum, S. C.
The SYNOD OF PUILADELPHTA elands adjourned to
meet In Williamsport, Pa, on the Third Thursday, the 2t,th
day of October, 11M9, at ..7 o'clock p. at The Rev. Joostban
Edwards. OD ,Is appointed to preach during the Sessions,
ion The Office and butlesnt the haling alder.
"At least one week before the day or meeting, agree•
ably to Standing Rule.
let. Stated Clerks of Pres!), tory will forward Moir Nar
ratives to Rev, J 'g; firda t .y, Norristown, Pa, Chairmen of
the Committee of Synod nu the Narrative, and their Set a
Mai Reports to the Stated Clerk of Synod at Doylestown, Pa,
2d. Modified, Oct VIM. To Row. %Tiler° Simonton.
ranter of the church In . which the Synod
snoods adlourned to convene, each minister will plow say
expreeely hi writing. whether be 'flaw cts to attend the
ensuing meeting or not; also, whether or not a Railing
Xidex. from his church will be In attendance; that accom
laudations for all may be conveniently provided.
Id ANDREWS, Stated Clerk.
The SYNOD OP PITTSBURGH will meet, agreeably to
adjournment , lu the Second church, Pittaburgh, on the
Third Thursday of °etcher, at 7 o'clock P. M.
Presbyterial Narratives are t' be sent to Rev Dr. ambits,
Chairman of the Committee on the Narrative to be pre ,
vented to the Synod. WM. JEMMY, 8.0.
The SYNOD OF BODTIREIRN lOWA will meet. at Knox
Mart. , n Cost Ey. lowa, on Thursday, the Sth day of
October, 1859, at 7 o'clock P M:
SAMUEL O. WOUND, Stated Olerk.
The SYNOD OF ILLINOIS stands adjourned to meet et
Perla, on the Second Wednesday 112th) of October, it T
o'clock P.M.ROBERT JOHNSTON Stated Clerk.
Ws have received a sample of Superior Tomato
Ketchup, prepared by William H. Hagan, Grocer,
No. 26 Fourth Street, Pittsburgh.
Difficulties often arise between employers and
employees. The former are sometimes grinding
in their exactions, and the latter often suspicious,
beyond 000sslon. There ought to be both justice
and generosity on either aide. And there should
be entire liberty. Unions of each may take
place, as there are class interests; but no com
bination should be permitted to lake away the
liberty of such as do not choose to join it.
There has been a" strike" of the workmen in
a large number of the mines along the Molonga
bela, for a considerable time. The men did not
ask larger wages, but they thought they wire
wronged, Inasmuch as the weight of the coal was
estimated by carloads. The car bodies they re•
garded as too large, and they demand that every
load should be actually weighed.
The employers resisted this, as it would retard
the work and add greatly to the expense of min
lag. It was useless labor. Both parties held out
long. There is hope that the difficulty will soon
be ocmpromised, by the use of ear bodies whose
capacity is accurately asoertained, and a seal put
Rev. John Seys, a colored clergyman, long a
resident of LiberM, and a ma of great worth,
Liberia is on the rapid march to a degree of
eminence we have all been long desiring to see
her arrive at. Colored men of capita!, of busi•
ness habits, of education, men of mind, genius,
and long practical knowledge of the mechanical
arts, are coming over to share this glorious home
with their race. And more than this the long
neglected treasures lying in the soil are being
developed The sugar cane especially, is being
cultivated in a much larger quantity than ever
before, and sugar mills and plantations are mul
tiplying on the noble St. Paul's River.
The citizens of Erie and the eurrounding coun
ty, bad a grand celebration, last week, on the oc
casion of opening the Sunbury and Erie Railroad
to Union, some twenty miles from Erie. By the
first of November , next the road will he open , to
Warren, some siaty•live miles from Erie.
Slave Trade Movements.
The citizens of Mt. Pleasant (S. C.) held a
meeting on the 17th, in favor of openiog the
slave trade with Africa. The chairmen, in stating
the object of the meeting, said- 4 • The;drain of
the West upon the Atlantic States is calculated
to make waste of our soil, and the high_prioe
of slaves prevents many of our citizens from
buying and retaining them in their native home."
A preamble was adopted, setting forth that the
policy of our Government in relation to the
slave trade is unconstitutional, and oppressive
and ruinous to the South. The Charleston
News observes this movement with great regret,
and expresses its surprise that intelligent and
respectable gentlemen should be so deluded as to
approve so impracticable a scheme.
The San Juan Difficulty.
WAIMINOTON, Sept 25 —Col. Rankin, formerly
of Philadelphia, the Register of the Land Office
at Olymphia, ashington Territory, has arrived
he' e from the Island of San Jean. Ho reports
that if the intentions of Gov Douglas had been
carried out, there would have been a collision be
tween the British and American forces, as Her
Britannia Majesty's ships, the , -Satellite and
Plumper, bad orders from bim to fire, but Admiral
Bayne'opportunely arrived and superoeded him
in command of the English ships of war, five in
number. The original ,misunderstanding ,was
with the Hudson's Bay Compatiy: the interests of
which were represented by Gov. Douglas.
The Island of, Ban Juan had been in the occu
pancy of the Americans for at least eighteen
months, nobody Seercdng to question their right,
and for a longer period had been considered and
treated in all respect's as belopging to Washington
Territory. . , . • ,
It was not until Gen. Amoy applied to and
was informed by the Boundary Commissioners
that our , title to the island was:nlearatid certain,
that he dispatched troops thither, at the earnest
request of the, reeidents,,who claimed protection
from Britian aggression, and especially from.the
predatory incursions of the Northern Indians,
who bad even taken and held' possession of a
lighthouse for three daye, and agairiat whourPri-.
Tate expeditions had been repeatedly sent to °hen
It may not be generally known that this gov
ernment hss recently confirmed a blittf of land.
containing three thousand acres, for a military
reservation, if anything, even situated farther
North than San'Juan.
Gen. Harney had five hundred troops•. on: the
island of Ban Juan, and was erecting •fortifies,
tions, by which the harbor of Victoria could
be commanded by 'cannon. The Briti-b= Ad
tniral refuses to obey Governor Douglas' order to
bring the Paotho fleet near the. iedand. The
Admiral disclaims all hostile intentions,' and
will wait fox orders from the home Goernment.
The officers o'f the opposing forces were on friend
PITTSBORGII,,TueIdayi September 27
The rail trade has not set in very actieely:. the rise in
the rivers has taken away a large . quantity of... Pittsburgh
manufactured goods; and if the weather. continues rainy,
we will have sufficient water to insure navigation for some
time to come.
The "dopey Market to beeoming tighter. Tliehaiikir4re.
still slowly contracting, although there Is abundance of
good paper, if they chose to expend.
.Prime paper, which
fails of being placed at bank, is, however, ,eaelly placed
outside at about 9to cent. Eastern exchange is as scarce
as before. The banks are drawing for theft.; customers, at
par. Brokers are drawing at 3.4 premium on sound
A paw-11,2502.00 per bbl., as In quallti.
Berra Aso Eees--ltoll Satter, 12;eig;14
Becon- , -Shoulders, 1%070/4 i : Sides, 9%09%; Plain.
llama. 103.; Sugar Corea d 0 , ,, 24 13.
Bacons—Common to choice, 2.0 3 00, and fancy at 3.50.
egslas—Western Reserve, Sat primeda 8}40.; strictly
Duro BSIP -43@13N
lisAnutad—Westera, 450., on arrival, and In m4l parcels
PUMA—Salsa from mill of spri,p_g , extra at 4.70; from
store, sales or enterdne at 4.50@4 go, Spring extra, 4.600
480; Winter do., 4.900500 ; family- extra, 5.1e 0 6.20 Inc
the lower grades, 5 25(46.8/ for prime, add fancy do. 5 0044
5 75. Ryiefflour : sales at mill at 4.25, and from store at
Ortant--4.lats: from first bands, 4004. and '430460. from
store: corn; MSc. ',Rye, 800860. Bair 600. for Spring.
'Wheat: soled at depot of Sprimr.at OS Ted Winter
at 1.00/31.00; white at' 1.10; from store,,.salons. of Bed at
.white at 1 1501.18.
Ozoonrits—SUgs,r, 7NOSo. by the ht,ll4;and.l.Bo3X, by
bbl Molasses 400., cash, and 41@42 to t'.lollitYrY.• Coffers
1 21 )0130. Wee, 505 1 4.
liar—:ls.ooolBorr'per ton , 51„,
Lean—No; lin key at 113( o, and olty do. bbld: at 120.
Porarass--600, for new.
The South 'Pass Rua.
ST. Lcuts, Sept. 24.—A special despatch of
the Edina/icon, says the Salt Lake Mail to' the
2d inst., arrived at Atchison yesterday. (01.
Lander's division of the South Pl4BB wagon road
is completed, The new road is shorter and better
then the old route. The Indians about the North
ern boundary of the Territory are reported bold;
they bad arrayed themselves again* a small party
of Watlen's wagon road expedition, but with no
serious result. The report of the masseore of
Wallon's command, received via California grew
out of this demonstration.
American Catholics Supporting Mexican
A Mexican correspondent of 'the New York
Express writes: "Bishop Laba.tide, one of the
cleverest men of the Church of Mexico, has gone
to your city, and his success with Bishop Hughes
is here believed to have been very great. His
friends here state that Bishop Hughes lice com
pletely espoused his cause, and given promise of
support in carrying out his mission—which is no
more nor less than to prevent the United States
from giving positive aid to the cause of human
liberty in Mexico."
TAILORS, Harness-Makers, Saddlers and Shoe-
Manufacturers, are requested to examine the New
Fickle Sewing Maohine, sold by J. L. Carnaghan
& Co., Federal Street, Allegheny City. It is now
one of the leadintmaohines both for , families and
Seasonable goods of many grades. selected for
the custom trade in Men's and Boys' wear, and a
nice variety of well made clothing will be found
at J. L. Cart:lBoSn & Co.'s, Federal Street, Alle
gheny City. Thoee interested will find it to their
advantage to examine them.
Alfred Marks, Esq , says: "My wife haa been
sorely, afflicted with Dyspepsia for the last year.
During this time, she had used so many medicines
which seemed to aggravate rather than remove
the disease, that we almost despaired of her re
covery. Living in the country, ehe enjoyed all
the advantages of pure sir and enrolee, yet each
day she seemed to be more enfeebled. With some
difficulty, I persuaded her to take your Rolland
Bitters, which I am happy to state, has complete
ly cured hers"
CAUTION 1-43 e careful to ask, for Bcorhave's
Sold at $l.OO per bottle; or, six bottles for
$6 00, by the sole proprietors, BENJAMIN
PAGE, JR., & CO., Pittsburgh; and Druggists
Dr. M'Lane's Vernauge,
Prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh
Daring a practice of more than twenty years,
Dr. M'Lane had attended innumerable patients
afflicted with every form of worm disease, and
was induced to apply all the energies of his mind
to the discovery of a vermifoge, or worm de
stroyer, certain in its .effects; the result of his
labors is the American Worm Specific, now before
the public, prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pitts
burgh, which is perfectly safe, and may be given
alike to children of the most tender age, or to the
aged adult; it purges mildly and subdues fever,
and destroys worms with invariable success. It
is easy of administration, and as it does not con
tain mercury in any form whatever, no restrictions
are necessary with regard to drinking cold water,
nor is it capable of doing the least injury to the
tenderest infant. An incredible number of worms
have been expelled by this great vermifoge.
Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR.
IiPL'AN.E'S CELEBRATED VERMIFITGE, man•
ufaotnred by FLEMING BROB. - of PITTSBURGH,
Pe. All other Vermifnges in comparison are
worthies& Dr- M'Lane's genuine Vermifune,
also his celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at
all respectable drug stores. None genuine without
hi signature of
The great event of the late news, from Eng
land, is the successful trial trip of the immense
steamer, the Great Eastern. She is about seven
hundred feet long and will carry some twelve thou •
sand tons. She is impelled by paddle wheels and
screw, and , made sixteen miles an .hour, without
being put to her full speed There is scarcely a
jar or shake in her motion, and she readily obeys
her helm. Thus far she is regarded as a triumph,
and if she shall answer the expectation of her
builders, as the trial trip indicates, she will in
augurate a new , era in ocean navigation.
The London Morning Post bee an editorial on
the report that General Harney had taken pos
session of the Island of San Juan, or Bellevue,
in Paget Sound. It considers it possible that
another boundary dispute may arise, says that the
occupation ,of, an island which is still sub "Lidice
is the exercise of a power to which the British
Government cannot tamely' submit, and hopes
that no concessions will be made which are in
consistent with the dignity of .the country or the
security of the gold regions. "'
The London representative of the Suez Canal
echeme had issued , a paniphlet,,in which he as
serts that . the'Company, having commenced , oper
ations, is determined to continue them in spite of
The commission to inquire into the state of the
national defences was at Portland on the Bth, and
made long inspection of the fortifications in pro
The article'in the lifonitedr is the subject of ed
itorials in most of the London papers.
The Times' city article says the summary of
the article in the Moniteur, Implying that in re
venge for the conduct of the Duchies, Venetia is
to be pervented, caused the English funds to
open this (Friday) morning with a heavy appear
ance, the inference being that nothing could be
more calculated to stimulate the Venetian prov
inces to hopeless insurrection.
A letter from Paris published in the Independ
ence Beige, says the Emperor of France made
peace merely for the purpose of putting down
the naval supremacy of England ; and, unless
she submits quietly to have her naval estimates
fixed by France, there must be war-
The Time: has an editorial ridiculing the talk
of the American elaveholders in regard to reviv
ing the slave trade, and points to the renewed ac
tivity of the American Government to nut down
the trade as the beet answer to the outcry.
The Belgian Senate bad adopted the first ar
ticle in the hill for the Antwerp fortifloations, by
34 against 15.
Prince Napoleon bad gone to Switzerland, and
it was euppoEed his journey bad reference to
another intended interview between the Em
The latest Paris correspondence of the London
Times says that much importance is attached to
Prince Metterniub's mission to St. Sauveur. One
of its objects is said to have been the formation
of an alliance between France and Austria, and
its success was calculated not only to endanger
the cause of Italian liberty, but to menace Europe.
The" Paris correspondent of the London Herald
contradicts the report that twenty frigates have
been ordered to be built at Cruzar. It says the
rimier arose from an immense order being given
for iron platea, which are intended for the em
brasures at Cherbourg.
The Moniteur publishes agricultural statistics
of Algiers, showing that the recent harvest in
that colony has been satisfactory.
The Independence Beige asserts that France is
making vigorous naval preparations for the coast
e Honittur of the 9th publishes a long ar
ticle Oxplaining the reasons which caused the
Emperor to conclude peace. The following is a
" The Emperor of Austria had promised to
grant concession on a large scale to Venetia, but
requiring as a condition, eine qua non, the return
of the Archdukes. The Emperor Napoleon ac
cepted these conditions. Is is easy to conceive
that if, after the conclusion of peace, the destin•
ice of Italy had been intrusted to men who had
more at heart the future of their common father
land than little partial successes, the aim of
their endeavors would have been to, develop and
not obstruct the consequences of the - Treaty of
Villafrattoa, and Venetia would have been placed
in the Same position as Luxemburg with' Holland.
The Archduke will not be established by foreign
forces, but that portion of the Treaty of Villa-
Minoa not having been carried Out, Austria will
find herself freed from all engagements taken in
favor of Venetia. Instead of a policy of Meow.
eilietion and peace, defiance and hatred 1011, be
THE PRESBYTERIAN BANNER AND ADVOCATE
seen to reappear, which will entail fresh mis
fortunes. Much, it would appear, is expected
from the Congress which we bail with all our
best wishes, but we strongly doubt that the Con
gress would obtain better conditions for Italy. It
would not be right to ask from the, great Powers
important concessions without offering equitable
CompensatiLne. War would be the only way to
resolve the diffmulty, but Italy must be aware
that one Power alone makes war for an idea, and
that is France—and France has accomplished her
Thp Paris correspondent of the London Times
says that the Zurich Conferences are suspended
de facto for the present':•
The Independence Beige says that England has
proposed to France*and Austria a European Con.
gross on Italian affairs, on the preliminary basis
of non intervention by force of arms. A Paris
telegram of the 9th says that this statement is
It is asserted that the Papal troops continue to
thrsaten the Legations. Eight or nine thousand
troops and twelve cannon were assembled at
The Pope had been attacked with fever and
suspended all audiences for several days. He
was recovering, and was about to proceed to Cas
The Council of the different districts had of
noisily pr,Waimed to, i lhe people of Turin that
Tuscan Deputies had presented a deed of annex
ation to the Sardinian Government.
The National Assembly of Bologna, on the 7th
adopted a resolution declaring that the people of
Bologna desire annexation to the Constitutional
Kingdom of Sardinia under the sceptre of Victor
Emmanuel. Bologna was illumiiated in honor of
the event. The Assembly also authorized its
President to-present an address to the Emperor
Napoleon and King of Sardinia, expressing sym
pathies for Venetia, and offering to `Make pecu
liar saw fices in her favor.
A deputation was about to leave Turin on a
mission to the French -Government.
The steamer Nara American, from• Liverpool,
has arrived, and brings very important news
from China. The war has been renewed with
the English and Frencl! forces. The allied
squadron attempted to enter the Peiho, with the.
English 'and French Ambassadors, when the
Chinese 'assembled in great numbers, and de
feated the attempt Nearly five hundred Brithth
are reported killed and woUnded. Five of their
gunboats being lost, the allies were forced to
This news bad created a . - wonderful sensation
in England: It is universally considered -that
the affair was a most treaCherous violation of
treaty on the part of the - Chlnese, and they-will
moet'cortainly be made to jai.) , dearly for it.'
' It is stated that Admiral Rope.approttehed.tbe
Peiho River—which is- navigable for .boats -to
twenty miles of Peking—on a. pacific mission;
that- the mouth of- the riverwas- artificially ob.
structed•by booms and iron stakes, ico.; and com
manded by a newly constructed fort; .that. find
ing-no officere to receive them, they determined
to force the passage of the river, and' at'l:3o P.
M , the Opossum and, Plover Oushed in, and were
received by a terrible raking fire froin the
Chinese-fort. ~ This fire, in-weight and precision,
was•such as had never before been experienced ;
every. shot told, 'While those of the Britieh did
comparatively but little damage. The - troops
were ordered to land; as the first • boat touched
the shore, the forts poured oat a perfeet bur
ricane of shell, balls and rockets, which mowed
down the men .as they 'landed. . The ships sup
ported them as well as possible. -Of the thousand
.who landed, barely a hundred reached the
,first of the wide ditches, situated five hundred
'yards froM the river, and - - only fifty reached -the
third ditch. They would have made an attempt
to scale the -walls; but the ladders were -either
broken by the shot or stuck in the mud. With
one of the : ladders that remained,.ten.of the Men
sprang forivard, three of whom ware killed, and
five .severely injured., .
Orders were at last given, to retire, and while
in retreat, the men were she, down like birds.
Many.of the, boats *ere swamped .by. -the balls,
and not enough , remained -to carry off the sur
vivors. Several, full of wounded men, were
struck and ..
Russian ,features= were
distinctly visible among .the men manning the
Chinese batteries.. The Americans.' towed up
several boats to the scene of action, 'and after
wards took a ? ringther. of men to their respective
-ships. A vertical - fire of arrows, as well sis a
- constant fusilade,'waelept up on the select band
who were crouched : in : the ditch .awaiting, but in
vain, for reinforcements: . • • ,
The London Times concludes its article with
the following uncomplimentary reflections on the
American Ambassador : ." The American Ambas
sador, without force of arms, is said to have been
admitted atPeilog. Of course he had a peculiar
claim to this exceptional privilege, on account of
the assistance given to the Chinese, mandarins,
to deprive us of the just fruits of the late suc
cesafnl war. Whether this, or some other claim
of the same character, rendered him more ad
missable than those who had opened the way to
him, does not yet appear. If the Americans can
open China by peaceful methods, let thorn do
it. But, thus far, they seem better able. to help
themselves than do anything for the world at
The London Times, of Tuesday, says that the
government has decided op dispatching imme
diately to Chine several additional steamers and
sailing frigates, togethet:Wlr.6 large reldforoe
ment of troops. Order's Itave:already been dis
patched to the naval rendezvous for enlisting
men, and in order to expedite matters, the Coaet
Guard were to be called on to volunteer. Great
improvements have been ordered to the fortifica
tions at Dover, in order to place it in an effective
state of defence .
The Zurich Conference.
The Papal States.
The London nmes' Paris correspondent says it
is rumored that twelve thousand French troops
are ordered to be held in readiness for China.
General Wimpfen was spoken of as commander.
The Florence correspondence of the London
Tftnei says a treaty was signed on the 26th of
August, between the Papal Government and
Queen of Spain, by,which the latter engages to
occupy the Roman States with troops when the
French forces are withdrawn.
A dispatch from .Parma - Bays, th'e -National As
sembly, on the 14th inst., unanimously voted the
confirmation of Signor.Farini se dictator.
Some of the Madrid journals' publish articles
nn the necessity of taking Gibralter from the
English. no matter by what means.
The Florence correspondent of the London
Times says it is reported that Pope Pius had re
ceived unction, or the sacrament of the dying.
Accident to the Great Eastern.
A serious accident had happened to the Urea
A tremendous explosion ocburred off Hastinss,
on her passage from the Nore to Portland, the
harbor from which she wee to start for America.
The funnel was blown into , the air, tearing to
pieces the grand saloon, and doing great damage
to the horns] fittings of the vessel. The guests
on board '3,lad just quitted the saloon, and all for
tnoately eseaped injury. The explosion was, ter
rifle, but the ship resisted the shock, the frame
sustaining no injury. The accident made so little
difference in the movement of tbe, ship that her
engines were not stopped till she reaohed Port
land, her place of destination. The injury, to
the fittings will be repaired at an expense of $25-
000. During the trip, the Great Eagan was
most without motion, when other vessels met with
were tossed by the stormy sea.
The Board of Directors :',the Theological
seminary of tfte North-West, stands adjourned to
meet-in the North church, Chicago, Tuesday, Oc•
tober 25th, at 7 . e'elook P. M.
In addition to much other important business
to come before the Board, the inauguration of
the four Professors is appointed to take place du
ring that meetitg. The Rev. J. 13 Brown, D.D.,
is to preach the sermon, the Rev. C Axtell being
his alternate; tho President of the Board, .the
Rev- S. Wilson, to receive the pledge of the
Professors, and give the charge, the Rev. Henry
Neill being his alternate; and afterwards each
Profettioe to deliver an inaugural address.
These services will doubtless occupy portions of
two days ; intervals being spent by the Board in
It is confidently hoped, not only that there will
be a full attendance of members of the Board, but
that many other friends of the Seminary will make
it convenient to be present, and witness exercises
of such rare. interest. To induce the Members o
the Board to attend, especially this meeting, they
should bear in mind, that besides many other,
and very important trusts, the General iiSsembly
has committed to Giant the grave responsibility of
selecting a site for the Seminary buildings, and
that this selection will probably have to be made
during their approaching session.
&Um M, Fetus, Secretary.
MRS, WINSLOW, in erpertenced Nurse and. Fe
male Phystainn, has a Soothing Syrup for children teeth
ing, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by
softening the gums, redl;cing all - inflammation—will allay
all pain and regulate the bowels. Depend upon it, moth
ers. it will give rest to yonTaelvea and,iral!er and health to
your infants. Perfectly safe in all eases. See advertise
September 14th, at the residence of the bride's father. by
Rev. J. P. Kennedy, Mr P. B Ropes:Ts, of Oherry Tree
Borough, to Mies MARCIARTT B. MAISIMPPEY, of 03earfleld
Cathay, Pa. September 16th, Mr..7IIBSE M. FrAlgTiß to Mimi
AMANDA. KINPOtTS, both of Cherry:Tree Borough, Pa.
On the let of September,by Rev. G,. W.. Stilliffer, Mr.
DAVID Cass, of Birmingham, to Miss Lizzie JORDAN, of near
• September Bth, by Rev. J. A. Brown, Mr. joem , H. BOW
MAN to Mee Ample. J. Momtow, all of Ligonier, PA.
September 6th, by Rev William Dalzell. Srz.veviai YATBS,
Msg., to bliss Baaaa WILSON MOM Of Carroll County, O.
September Bth, Mr: Eum' Montan. of Salem to alas
Sagas AIMS Mum, of Hanover, 0. September 12th, Mr.
Jam 000 BRON to Miss Mar E. Ione; both of Ilanos.r, O.
On the 20th, 'by Rev. Win. A. West; 'Mr Wilson PIPER,
to Mies Mm .Ihasa. daughter of Mr. versa Surma, all of
Ambereon'e Valley, Franklin County, Pa,
On September 15th, by
,Rev. Robert R. Moore, Mr. F. A.
Omar to Mies CATHERINE 'KERR Onlieptember 20th, Mr.
CHARM 0, Wren to Mita! MARY CLARR, all of Shelby, Ohio.
Dien—On thit 11th alt, at his :residence in Liberty
Township, Montour County, Ps., Mr. Sorra C.' rittONTGOMERT,
aged shout 80 years. • -
Drwe—At 'hie residence, near me Pleasant, Hairy Co.,
lowa, September 11th, a fever, Mr. MATTHEW W.Dowsuy
aged, about 73 years.
The deceased came from Western Penarryiyania, a few
years since, where ,he had been a Riding Eider -in the
Presbyterian church foeseme forty yeare Ttainiti 'at lie
death the natere of his disease forbade his uttering - any
word of triamph or of peace, his life of more than ordinary
piety, was a satisfactory testimony that he was of the
number of those " whose !mime are written in hewrenP
A. more extended notice may'appear hereafter. A.0.141.'0. •
Dmn—September 21st, at Iris residence, in Liberty,
Trumbull County, 0, Mr: PRIMP Katie; in the 61st year of
The subject of , this notice suffered - ievereli about ten
days, from inflammation of the bowels, although a delicate
and feeble man for years. He has been a consistent
member of the Presbyierfatr'Minh' since his removal to
this plaee, 23 lears ago, and more formerly of the congre
gation of Lebanon, Westmoreland County; Pa. Es was a
man of correct habits, WWI in couniel, a kind husband and
father. The church, the neighborhood; and a very-'agreea
ble and well trained family, mourn.. .
Dan —On the 20th of August,' at liii , reiidiesee, in the
vicinity of Winchester ! Columbiana Coni&ty r , Ohio. Mr.
WILLIAM GALLOWAY, in the 74th Yebr
The deceased was for many years a Ruling Elder of the
Middle Sandy Presbyterian church. He, was identified
with this church from its brat organisation- . --as alittleband
in the wilderness, rejoicing in its progress, notwithstanding
every discouragement-4o Cs present position ; among the
e trongest churches in the bounds of 'the Presbytery,
through the blessing and gracious visitations of the great
Shepherd of Israel. He loiesi the gates of Zion; he entered
with joy the
.coitrts of the Lord's hottsx on the holy
Sabbath; and communion seasons especially were his great
delight. And it was marked as a "annul and affe.tinn
providence; that on the Sabbath morning of a communion,
his remains'. were borne to the -hernia , appointed for all
living.. His emancipattd spirit, we trust, hadcentered the
upper sanctuary, to attend a more holy and glorious corn
munion on that day. Re was one of those good old men,
over whose death a Christian c"..ixtmunitr will always
mourn. His Nriadom, piety, * and exphrlitice;Shis constant
attendance on the means of grace, hisiiberal.mipp3rt of the
Gospel, and ardent love for the cane of dol., ..pid.l,leed
,render it desirable that this venerable father Should have
been girded 'for a long time to come' *We . could almost
wish 'Mach' useful men to live forever. And -Irv's. most
Importantlmmo therwill never die -They have- entered
uporieternal life in heaven, and their. example still, lives
on the earth. " They rest from their labors, and.their works
do follow'them," stimulating survivingmembers of the
Church' to dduble their diligence in' the service of the!.
Redeemer—to put on the whole armor of-Gmi, and to over
come through the blood of the Lamb. ; Cow.
Dien—ln Galesburg, 111., September lat, - Dr. O. J. WO;
in the 40th year of his age. . . -
Dr. Hirst had been in the city of Galesburg but a few
weeks. He went there intending to Mike it his permanent
residence, and open an office for the purinit of his 'profes
sion. He had gone there from Altoona. Pa, where he had
. gained for himself a reputation al a ele , LUfui physician: and
surgeon, and was held in high esteem as a Christian gen
tieman. His gentle manners and kind heart won for him,
many warm Mends, whamourn deeply his death, and gym.
pathize strongly with hie lovely 'and hart stricken wife.
Short as had been his life in eGalishiag, some at least bad
learned his character, as we , learn , from aznotice Olds do.
cease in the Galesburg .N6npareit. notice in that paper„
prepared by Rev. I. N. Catidee, o'o nays .;" "Dr.' Hirst
came among us, with• the reputation Hof a well read physi
cian, and skillful surgeon, and, though ,surrounded by an
intelligent and able faculty, his friends entertained forhim
high hopes of eaocese in his noble professiim. In manners
a gentleman, in temper unusually amiable; in spirit tender,
he added to all'these qualities that which Censtlintes the
highest style of man—he was a Christian. His deathless
peaceful, utterly rejecting all dependence on his own
righteousness, but humbly relying upon the righteousness
of Christ, he died as the Christian alone may die: ~The
righteous bath hope in death." - '
Men—Suddenly, on the <mining 011ie sth day of August,
1859, Mrs &R E, wife of John gontgomery, Esq., of 8t...
Clair Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, agod 55 years
and 24 days.
• I.' The memory of the just is blessed," and vre cannot
refrain from paying a feeble tribute to.thermany 'Virtues of
this, excellent woman. Mrs. Montromery,: in her youth,
made a public profession of her faith in Christ, and con
nected herself with the Presbyterian congregation of
Pigeon Run, Stark County, Ohio, then' tinder the pastoral
care of the Rev. Mr. sauna. Upon her marriage and rip ,
moyal to.Columblana County, she united ; by. certificate
with the Presbyterian congregation. of Long's •Run, of .
Which she continued a Consistent and devoted member for
nearly • hirty years, up to the time of her denth.
She was a lady naturally 'amiable in her disposition,
happy in her social and domestic relations, loosening a
kindand generous heart, which contributed, in an eminent
'degree, to win the confidence and affection, and secure the
esteem and most friendly attachment of all .who knew her.
She was an affectionate wife, a fond MOther, a kind and
obliging neighbor. She truly adOrned .her .ohristiatt pro
fusion by a "godly walk and conversation" She Jived
near to the fon of the cross," was found In SOndant at•
tendance on the means of grace, and no one felt a deeper
interest in the welfare, of God's Church..
To her disconsolate husband, children, and ninny dear
friends, we would say, weep not for her "Toulon is
her eternal gain."' Prepare to follow ber to glory.
"Though for bar your souls are mourning,
Though with grief your hearts are riven,
White her flesh to dust is turning,
All her soul Is filled with heaven.
Stems seraphie, high'and glorious,
Now forbid her longer stai; •
flee her rise o'er death victorious—
, Angels beckon her away.
Hark/ the golden harps are ringing,
Sounds unesrattly till her ear ; -
Millions now in heaven singing,
Great her joyful entrance there."
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UN A P 9 S CREEK PitIiSSIITERIAt
AOADVdr•is pleasantly situated iu the country,
four miles from Brownsville, -Pa. The mext Semion•will
open on TUESDaT, the let of November.- Tuition, per
Eeseion of five menthe, $6.00, $8 ON and $11.00; aecording
to the branehea taught'
For further information, address
8. J. CRAIGHEAD, A.
11780AROIL.11. ,AO,II.DESIL Y
Afftwds thorough instruction in English, Latin,
Oreek, Mathematics, French, and German. Theletter two
will be taught bye gentleman wbo coriVersee finently in
both languages having received Wit training at a German
university, parents may rest assured that he will' teach the
principles, priintinciati xi, and philosophic structure of
these languages correctly.
The Winter Session will open on. Tuesday, the' let of
Nov.entber. Boys under twelve years of age, also idle, or
vicious pupils of any age, not admitted Should any_ such
obtrude themselves upon us, they may expect to be die.
missed on the very first exhibition eta spirit opposed to
good order or good murals. We have neither time nor
inclination to waste our energies on such characters,
whilst we can find better employment.. To anv others de
sirous of obtaining a good education, we extend a cordial
welcome. The efforts of all concerned in the administra
tion of iffairs will be directed toward 'making their school.
days pleasant, as.well es profitable., We like to see Mkt, a
happy—to make them so, as far as
. possible--,-and - we our
selves are always happy when , surrounded by orderly,
honorable, and intelligent bees and young men. The
pleasant experience of ten rare in teaching, tortures us
that there are many ot the class we desire.
TERMS:—For Tuition. Boarding; Washing, Room. and
furniture, $65.00 per Session of five months; payable 06.00
at the opening, and the balance at the, middle of the Seesion.
'Light, Fuel, and Modern Languages, the truly extras.
Our location is in a healthy and beautiful part "of the
country, eight miles from Mifflin, and six miles from Per.
?points Station, Penna. Railroad, at which points convey
ances can at all times be proinred.
For full particulars, address,
J. 11 SMALiWEß,Vsineipai r
Academia, Tutdatis Cowen 0.
00l a t
BLi a Ift STILL E Inc/maws 816+1113NAILY,
On the Blairsville, Branch of the Penne Railroad.
REV. S li. Bak:Pt./W. A. hi t .
MILS. P. P. SHSPLEY,
The Eighteenth Semi•Annval Session will commence on
the FINS'S MONDAY OF NOVEMBER.. With Six. Prank.
atonal Teachers, an extensive Apparatus, unsurpassed
Course of Study, ample and attractive accommodations foi
Sixty ,Boarding Scholars, this Institution offers the beat
facilities for the thorough. extended, polite, and Christian
education of YOUNG - LADIES. '
Boarding Scholars, including Tuition in the regular course
end Latin, per Session of five months, $60.00.
For Inetrimiental Mtn& .Draling, Painting, and French,
Spanish. and German Languages the best faiiiities are
provided, and at moderate changes. '
abat..ments from ordinary, charges. for two ft oin a family,
and persons of limited meras.
Catalogues. furnished.' Early application is requested.
' Address .11.N.X. S. 11. titlEPhitY,
oct-St Blairsville, Pa.
'TEAS: TEAS: TEAS:
WILLIAMS & JOHNSTON,
114 Stuithfield Street; Pittsburgh,
. „ .
'Hive a very choice niqactfon of Family !troceries, consiatiog
in pert of the Liloiaihg:
' 'lOO cheitillee to extra tine Oolourt sad ChniatuTeas
50 4, " 44 liyeon, o.powder, and Im.
50 catty boxes extra line Eynon, Gunpowder, awl. Im•
50 bbls. Crushed, Pulverized. and Coffee Sugars.
50 bags Rio, Laguayre and Old Government Jaya Coffee.
20 bbts. eatra Syrups and Molasses.
10 " Pure Cider Vinegar. •
25 boxes M. It, Layer, and Valenti& Raisins.
10 bble Zante Currants. •
50 boxes " Woman's Friend" Soap.
26 " Colgates "
50 " Palm German;and Rosin Soap.
60 " Sperm; Star, Opal; and Mold Candles.
25 " Pearl and Sliver Gloss Starch.
50 Cane pure ground Spices.
100 " .fresh Blackberries.
300 lbs -Croves, Nutmegs, Mace, and Cassia.
10 case, Olive,-Bordeaux, and - Virgin Oils
boXes Cocoa, Bream, nod Ohocolatell.
2000 lbs. superAirbonate and Sal 8 ',l& . "
100 dozen Mason's and annear's Blacking. •
Water, Butter, Sugar, Soda, and Wine Crackers, de, &e.,
whi Obey offer Wholesale and Retail, at very moderatead
recces, to the trade or families, and respectfully solicit their
patronage. . apll.4f
o o L Nl3 9. IG9MILISAN BITTIORS
Will positively cur • •
• LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DE
Read the certificate of. the, REV. a. H. TqAttn, pastor
of nodding M. E. 'church •
Punarammis, April 2Otb: 1859. •
'• Da. .7.tonsoen—Dear Sir:-Having used your "'German
Bitters " in my family frequently, T am prebared to say
that it has ' been of great service. I believe that in
most cases of general debility of the system, it is the
safest and most valuable remedy. of= which I have any
knowledge. Yours, respectfully,
726 North Nineteenth St.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Price 75
cents per bottle., • -,, cant
BEST BOOK FOIL
CHOIRS AND WOTOINO SCHOOLS.
THE AMERICAN . CHOIR.
BY PROF. A. N. JOHNSON.
A large collection of New and very pleasing Sacred Music
THE ART. OF. READING MUSIC.
H. THE ART OP SINGING.,
111. THE ART OF SINGING EFFECTIVELY.
IV. THE ART OF SINGING IN CHORUS..
An invaluable work to all who would Warn to sing well.
PAC's, 75 mite. Specimen copies sent-postpaid, on receipt
of price. ABBEY A ABBOV.
001-4 t 119 Nassau Street; New York:
fl F CHORI - STER•
AItIONTEMY PEItIoDIOAD i
Devoted, to the improvement of Oh r Ds and the diffusion
of Musical Intelligence. Price 50 cents ter antrum. Spec
then copies sent gratis, AoBBY & ABBOT,
ocD4t 'llit-Bassau Street, Nsvr York.
4WIi4W fS P ILL S.—A DISDIASE
WITHOUT A NkirlD.—gow often do we seoperronti
gradually pining away without pain or any distinct indica
tions of disease! They grow mortsibeble day by day, their
appetite 'declines. and they lose all interest in business.
A course lot Holloway's Pills will infallibly rekindle - lhe
sinking 'physical energies of the patient; rouse. his whole
Organitation to healthy - action, and pioduce a com Plate
revolution in his feelings se welt as hie frame
Bold at the manufactory, No 80 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all Druggists, at 25e., No., and i 1 per box.
STANDARD* . REMEDIES
of the Present age, have acquired their great 'popularity
only, through years of trial: • Unbounded satisfaction . '
is rendered by them in all cases.
HOOFLAND I S
'WILL POSITIVELY cum
Idea :Complaint Dpipepcia, Jaundice, Nelwcun De.
btlity. Dliweaseo of the Kidnerirs;
and all diseases arising from a disordered liter, or weak
, mess of the Stomach and Digestive Organs,
AND 'RIM IMAITITELT PR.EVEiCT
UMW BILIOUS FMB, AND FMB 'ANII AWL
See our Almanac for proof," Pnaor., 75 Cad's per Bottle
Booßand's Ila.lsamio Cordial
WELL POSITIAMT men
Coughs, - Colds, or Hoorsteiress; Bronchitis, Influenza,
Oren?, Pneumonia, IndPient Consumption,
and has performed the most astonishbig cares ever knosni
As a liiarrhcea Cordial it is unequalled. -Plum, 75 nests
HOORAND'S GERMAN PILL,
being well known-throughout Europe and America, needs
no commendation here. They are purely vegetable, are
prepared with great exactness, and are stigar*cated. No
better Cathartic Pill can be found. PRICE, 25 Ms. per box,-
These medicines are prepared by Dr. O. M. dr,tomMN &
Co„.PhiliedelphM; Pa., and St. Lame, Mo, and are sold by
driiggiste and:dealers in medicines everYirliere. The sig
. nature of C. M. JACKSON will; be on the outside of: each
bottle or box. .
In our " Everybody's Atotarrac,&publietted anitindly, you
will find testimony and commendatory notice., from all
parte of the country. filtrate are gives away by
all our agenfir.
OR SAL 10 OU RENT. -Tug, mum
BniaToN SEMINARY, which was erected expressly
fora 'day and boarding school, and oecnoied as each till the
present time, will be sold or rented at a moderate price.
'Alpo three Pianos, and a full tinit of fumitnre for fetidly
and,school purposes„ which are in , It, will be sold on the
most reasonable terms. Apply to
au274f ft&V.S: Alloghen;
S . .
,Orders addressed to T. L. SHIELDS & Co., Sewichleyeille,
Pa., or to the subscriber, at the Seed and Implement Ware
house,:'l7= Fifth Street, Pittsburgh-Pa., be prouptly
itunde'd to. Price $lO per thousand.
- We refer to the Editors of twirl paper. - ,anl34m
wOR II AL E.--A ISOU.Ors &RN alp SOP
JEFFSIVON COLLEGE,' Oantensburg, ,Pa. Also,
a Perpetual Scholarship of Wesitelnster College, New
Wilmington, Pa. Per partionlare. address .
ee24-2t , J. T. 5.," Zanesville, 0.
Rave now open a large and attractive stock of Fall
iind Winter Goods, among whims wilVba found, in part,
BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS, , •
BLAUK DO. OASSIKERES,
' - BLaOK' vmsTrscl,
Black, all wool, Delaines, Marloos, and Fancy Silks, Plain
Bleak and Figured Silks. Delaine Rotes. and by 'the yard,
Satinets, Flannels, Blankets, Merino Bhlrtit and Drawers,
Bleached and Unbleached sluallne, Table Linens, Sheet.
Inge; with a full assortment of all' kinds- of - Dry Goode,
selected with , great rare in- the New York and' Philadel
phia markets,'and selling cheap.
- A liberal discount always allowed 'clergymen' and their
families4ealing with us.. sep24-4t
M 0 "Br Y CA. B XL Dln •
- let - rW IS 'Tale TIME for Young Men of iridustrious hab.
Its, and good moral character, to engage , ss BOOK AGENTS.
We publish the sem Bonita.
They" can be sold to resat' family.
And .will accommodate every puma.
A gents Will require but a small capital to commence with.
which can be gradually increased by the profits made.
Send for full particulars to
LEARY, GETZ & Co., Publishers,
No. 224 North• Second Street, nlia.
0 NIVEA EX 4 /4 ANDS.—TIFIE
signed will attend to the locating of Land Warrants
in the Omaha and Nebraska City land districts, N. T. The
land' sales will take piece in the months of. July and
August. After the sales, Land Warrants can be need. The
lands of this Territory are of the finest quality Good
selections can be made near the Missouri River, and near
settlements. AG warrants entrusted to my care will be
located on lands seleeted`by careful land examiners.
Leiters of inquiry , roquested. - Terms reasonable; .
ALEX. F. fiVILENNEY,
Orispolis, 011/18 County, N. 'l'
REFERS TO -
KRANTAR &Mint, bankers, Pittsburgh..
LLOYD & BLAOK.
REY. D-WICIN NET. D:D., "
DREXEL, & OD.. Rankers,Philadelphia..
H. J. LOAIBARRT; Auditor Penna. R. R., Philadelphia.
BRYAN, GARDNER & 00.,Mankers. Hollidaysburg, Pa
WM. M. LLOYD & 00.,, Bankers, Altoona, Pa.
'GEO. R. MOWRY, Esu ; Chicago.
ALEX.. FINLEY, BaQ., Bt. Louis.
PROP. G: LOOMIS, Oriapolia, N. T. je2s-1
r' • A
Mourning Dress Goods,
SHAWLS, ;VEILS ,: COLLARS, SETTS,
And other articles in Mourning.
LINEN. AND :.HOUSE FIIRNISWINU
IN GREAT VARIETY,
Just opened at
The Mourning and House -Furnishing
• • Store
BROOKS & COOPER,
No. 75 MA - aKya , STE*T.,
N DWO 0 0 D
FOR FALL AND WINTER, 1859
GEO. R. WHITE & CO.,
No: 25 Fifth Street;
+llave , nerir recived'a '
Fall Stock of .Ladles'
Dress girds, compels-
ing all the Novelties
of the Season. Raney
.811 k Robes,
Cheap. Alai; * com
plete :and handsome-
assortment of MI had
. Winter Velvet and
Oloth Cloaks, Elbawls,
eta s , eto.y etc,
Which can, be sold 'at 'lei , Prices:
A... 311 APP OAT f ON;.*ILL 111IC _MEADE&
/S. to the Legislature of Pennsylvania, at its next See
BaOD, for the Charter of a Bank in the city of Pitteburgh,
to be eallettho
-Commercial - Bank: of Pittsburgh,
with a _ capital , of . Otte Hundred and. Nifty. Thousand
Dollars, and /3 übfeet to the General Bathing Law of Is6o.
BOOTS AND SH=OES,'
Rats, Capsti Boineto &o
AT WHOLESALE. w , 4
ter WarraUted forin" _ Quality. •Vak
JAMES P,. TANA E R
NO. 66 WOOD STREET,' PITTSBURGH,
'mit a the attention of his customers, and merchants
generally, to hie very large assortment of and Shoes,
Hate and Gaps, purchased direct from New England man
ufaatureni, which: for extent, Variety, end duraolliti s free'
dem from all irregularity and adaptation'to- the wants of
ail SWAMI. ill not surpassed in this, or any other city.
Prices shall be asloie se those in
PHILADELP r EETA' OR NEW' YORK. • ;
All are invited to an examination of this SUPERIOR
gep. Orders entrusted to him shall sommaud his prompt
and partiouler attention, and be faithfully exeohted.
sepB ain . JAMES P. TANNER.
NGLISH AND CLASSICAL E .11.0 A R , D,ING:SO.7IOOL
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
Mt. Soy, Lancaster County; Pennsilyarda.
N. L. MOORE: Principal.
Pupils admitted at any time.
Por particniare. send fora Circular;
Atr..i.ssurt.c* BERME Arks FROII ALIO
AOADESIE. The next Seeslon - of this Inititutlori
will commence on the First Wednesday of November.
L 13: WILLIAMS, A. M., Principal.
MISS M. J.-ROBINSON. Teacher of Fernale'Departmeiit.
MISS 'MARY L. WILLIAMS, Teacher of Music.
For farther Indirmation; apply to the PrlOclpal; or to
seri2l4o WM. STEWART, Pres't or Board.
.ir.wircitcmiliv AO —A , CL Af6 8I•
CaL AND, CO 43.18R01NL BOARDING • SCHOOL
FOR BOYS; on the P., Ft. W. it o_ll. R., 12 miles from
REV. J.• S. TRAVELLI, A.M., Principal.
The Thirty-fourth Session uOll.- commence on,TEMSDA-T,
Neeember let, 1809.
TERMS per Session of ftve mentbs,l7ls 00. - '
For circolara, ate.. Inquite of John Irwin .6 Sona r 67
- Water Street, or I.: a. Nevin k Cc:, 24 Word Street; - or 'of
the:PHI/01Pa, Sewickley, Pa - 50p2445t,'
ALLEGHENY CITY COLLEGE.
V. S. NEWELL,
OLAE:B I 43 WILL 118-OPEN ON
Monday, September sth.
Ladies' Class at 9: A. M; Bays'. Mind at 9
9.,'.; hate Collegiate at I,P.
The Principels,will eolith:me to devote their whole .time
and attention to the interests - of this Institution, and will
be, ably sustained. in educating the youth entrusted to' their
Care. by ADDITIONAL TEACIINED in soTa TUN MALE
AND FBNIALE ' DIIPARTHENTS.
TERMS may, be known from the Catalogue, to be had in
the bookstores, or by applying to the Principals.
Mir A full attendance at the opening is reunited.
FOR YOUNG LADIES
The Rev.:ll. R. Wilson, D D., has transferred his dnterest
in this Institution to the REV. AARON WILLIAMS, D. IL,
late Professor in Jefferson. College, and brother of the
former Prinairal, Prof S. R..Williains. In addition to the
present excellent•• corps or'-teachers;'whO be re
tained, the serviees of Mo. KARL GREBE, of Pfttaburgh,
Graduate of the 'University of alarbrirg, Germany.;
have bees engaged as teacher: of filmic. andi Modern Lan-!
guages. The buildings will be pnt in a good state of repair,
and the premises rendered otherwise attractive.- All the'
usual branches of a useful and ornamental education will'
receive due attention.. The will board in the family
of the Principal; and his lady,. who will be free from other
engagements, • Will extend..to them a ,constant maternal
care, iu common with her own. daughters.
The next Session will commence on the FIRST MONDAY
IN NOVEW MIR ; and as the number of hoarders will be
limited to thirty-five, early application will.be necessary in
order to secure a place in the &hoot.
Circulars containing all: necessary% inrrmation as to
studies, terms, dec., may be obtained atDayLson's, or Helloes
Bookstore; or by application to the-Principal, whose Poet-
Office address, until the Ist of October, wilt be at Canons
burg, Pa., and afterwards at Bewlekleyville;Pa. -
aeps-tf : ,
$40.00 • •
'PAINS THEIS TUITION FOR A FULL
Course In the IRON ;CITY COLUMN, the largest,
meet extensively patronized, and beat organ zed Commer
cial School in the United States.
For Writing, Commercial Calculations, Bookkeeping and
Usual time to complete' a full comet, from nix to ten
weeks. Every student, upon graduating, is guaranteed to
be competent, to manage the . Books of any Business, and
qualified to earn a salary Of from
$5OO to $l,OOO.
Students enter at any ! tbne—no, vacation-,Review at
FIRST painiziums POE BEST WELTING
Awarded this Institution- The best and grantee. variety of
Penmanship in any one Hall of Us Onion, is found here.
lii' Ministers' eons received at half-price.
For full informatlon,,Cirmier, Specimens of Business and
Ornamental Writing, and Embellished View of the College,
inoloee Ave letter stamps to
fe2e.,tf P. W :1121TW1Wil. PittahnrEth. Pa.
v, / ems .
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pertnaltavania
F 0 ,1 5 1.8.4 0 .
illpramovocr, TO TIER NEW IRON BUILD—
INGS, FIFTH STREET, 1850, into apartment's COD -
Wasted expressly for 'the Institution ; haring one of
the most .•spcsemus and elegantly finished and furnished
Educational Halle in the Union.
Over dye thousand Stedeats have studied In this Institu
tion, some of whom are now in receipt of $4,000 per annum
A circular of fifty pages, a spiendediengraving of the New
Iron Buildings, with sample of Mr. Duncan's Business andl
Ornamental Pen and Ink Writing, mailed on receipt cof fiyal
letter stamps,'by . P. DHSS, Principal.
DIRECTIONS FOR STRANG:ERB .IG.XND TIM :DINT
When a College alrerthies "two hutalreid students Zia :
daily attendance," and you cannot see:thirty to theig;
Glasse., make a similar allow..nce upon all their other pre.
tensions. Have nothing to do with a College that amide
runners after you. And when a College Principal calls a
runner to export you from his Mace into the °Moe of
another College, tell him - you don't go in company with
spier. Inquire of the City Merchants or, Bankers for the
College whore Principal is a practical accountant of estab
, Halted reputation. Never expect to learn from a Principal
who cannot lecture, and take a leading part in what is
taught in his school. Buy no saholarship ,at any price
until you have seen the College, and know who is to in •
struct you, as. if you don't like it, you cannot sell your
scholarship in the city for halt' what you paid for it. • ,
pITT B lIRG ME &LK COLLSOE.—
PAY. 1 0. PERS BING, AL. M., President, assisted by
a Faculty of eleven teachers.
Superior advantages are afforded for obtainlog a thorough
Academic and Collegiate education. Every effort will be
made to secure the happiness and improvement of all who
may attend. The Collegiate Tear begins August 31; Second
' Swition, Docembar 7; and the third, March 2L. Tonkin va
ries from $ll to ; $18 .per astsion, according to studies, line,
further information apply to the President s of to Professor
.3. ff. KNOWLES, Pittsburgh, - Pat ": antl3
' I TSELMILL lON IN fiTlTUras
ituv. SANDERS DIEPENDORP, D.D., Principal and
Proltissor of Languages. ,
John Simpson, A.B. Professor of hiathematice and As.
Samuel Glass, M.D., Lecturer on Anatomy and Physiology.
Her. James Y. Ashenharat Professor of. Moral and Nat
Mr. Peter Zsbner, Tutor in Mathematics. .
Mr. J.. 5. Leyenberger, Tutor In Mathematics.
Mr. Z. W. Armentrout, Lecturer on Bookkeeping.
This Institution is located in the quiet and healthy vil
lage of Hayesville, Ashland Co., Ohio. During the last
yearthere were over•Two'Hundred•Studenta, Male and Fe
male, in attendsnoe. Diplomsa are awarded to young lodiss
who apish the course of etroslealaid down to the Catalogue.
The branches taught are the -following: Arithmetic,
Higher Arithmetic, and Mental Arithmetic, Geegriphy,
English Grammar, Analysis,' , Orthogriphy, BIWA Beep.
tog.. Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, . and. all the
higher mathematics, PhlloadOhy, Chemistry, Aserori
- omy. Botany, Physiology, History, Mental 'and ;Moral
Science, German, French, Spanish, ,Italian, and .tbe Latin
and Greek Authors usually readin College.' t
For Peventy-Five Dollars, paid' in advacloeos atedacke than
receive good board, a room furnished with beilatead, table,
chairs, no*" and turd, end 2 tnitiori in any °Utile above
branches for Two Sessions of Five Months. &soh. Or for Ircttly ,
t two Dollars and Fifty Cent% 'paid nettle '24th - tif Otto - Ler
,nextotll the above items Will be fdeniftied:fOr the Winter
Session of Five Months. • -t„
f Two stadents' will 'occupy. the 'same room, and forttlir4
-their own bedding; which can trebly:loe her:might - in 'their
'trunks. Students:Lair; admitted rit-any t ime.
• • •.'s Instruction is Ilien 'on the iPiano and Melodeon, at
?limonite chargei. • b. DiEFEBDOBF, Principal.
• ' jyla•ly
ZFOAID r is, a .A . L
CH123T8.8. 00UNTY,PAI • • •
he Winter Benton, of five monflie,alil OcillWel201) Medial
Wedneedey in November. ' • '
lipenies,for Boarding, fnel,Ltght and•Poitionin the iit
glistitranehee,sBo per deeeion. ,A.noMnt end Modern Lan
images, each $6. Lestoini beibellano, and'n as of Dutra
moat, $l6. Painting and-Drawing, we,. $5. , Or the pay
meat of $BO, will Incinde thoxhole.
A dallyetage connicteviith the.eareat Niwert , De4~i a 0
also at Parkeeburg, Pa. A:ddraes '1,•;1!•a
J. K. pros.xY or
o:brd, !WM $0,18611!: , 15/1:810110 DWlLllo,linfoiv).Pit
The llMona le poblLthed weekly, In the Mho of. Pitt
borghaitri Phllidelpbts and le adapted to moral diculath
In the Presbyterian Church.
SN AD,V.A.NW4 •
LN OLUBB of twenty, antknyworda,
DMIXV.ERED oithor of the olds',
- 61)VERTII3EMEN,T8; In. Advance
for eight linen, or lees, one insertion ISO cents; each sabi
invent insertion, 25 cents. Each additional line,beyond
eight, 8 °elite for every insertion.
For eight iintio, tattle m0nt4,112.00. Lich additional line,
For eight linos, OreNear t ill.o.oo. Inch additional line Si
OAR litt of two Hues, .$6 e year, ea 6 $1 for , each add!
Busostes Norrocs.pkten. lives or, lass,One Dollar. Doak
additional Due; 5 ceorm.
. Oommunkationsrecetonandatory et Inventions,Ne.
Meal Practice, NA:heels, a c,4e.,being designed ,ter the peas.
starybenat ofinariduals,abaild be 'paidfoi ariandaeas
aIINIT •by mall,where no good oppartunity le otherwise
at hand.: Draft's or note* of the larger denominate= are
preferable, where they ean be conveniently ablahted.
PAATOAS sending us. twenty subscribers and upwards
will be thereby elititlelo a paper WithAtie &IWO.
N.B.When Presbyterian famillesareverymuchdlspersed,
they may be accommodated , at the Club pece,ecenthough •
few of the twenty be wanting. Let all besupplied,lf pond.
ble. The POOR we alkali favor toour atmostability. - tat the
supply berm, but enary paparpaittfor.
Tor Two Dollars paid, we wlllsend Seventy n•mb or
for One Dollar, Thirty-t h ree numbers.
~ This le forthe masa!
If Teeters, in making tip clubs, end some persons not
ready to pay at QUO, they ntay yetsendon thenames,attbe
Club pricejon theirown responsibility to pay tit ittoitly. It
Is desirable that rhow date thoir s u bs c riogion p e nas •t the
same time. DAVID tfoISINNEY & C 0 , ,, Proprietors.
T H E H - it 'A - A
' DOtiIit.MTIIRN AD
PRICE $8 oi.oo'
Unequalled for Simplicity, Speed and - Beauty.
This Machine possesses the following important advan
-1 at. It uses two threads direct from the unman spool,
and no rewinding of threadli ni!,c , iimary) •
2d ,The stitch is doublreieeked, and mikes 11 seamor great
strength beauty. and elasticity '
3d. It runs easily; and with.but little noise. -
4th. It is capable of taking from one hundred to fifteen
liiiddted atiohes per' reiMite''erriill'findiritt - tiliiin; and
with any kind of good thread ' or silk.
6tit. It non be worked backwards as well asfoiwards, and
can be started with the foot alone. :
Bth. It uses a perpendicular needle bar, ands straight
needle, which avoids breaking.needles.
7th. It is the only cheap machine that has a Hemmer at
tached, by which is hem of any width can be turned down
and stitched with,the machine.
Bth, It vrill Quilt, Stitch, Hera, Embroider, and Gather,
and its'gnat simplicity renders iteasily kept in Ordei; and
it can be. successfully • operatedAy archild tweiviv years
• old, possessed of ordinary. intelligence. Every. machine is
fully warranted. Full printeft directions accompany each
machine: "It is, in fact, the first and only first class Machine,
ever invented and lioldat so low atignra. '
Local.,Agents.yranted In every,town throughout the coon
try; and upon teirifiethat will ensure a fine paying bushes
without any possibility of loss. The prices are such es to
pert the machines _within the, roach.of the muses, and as
sales are easily insole, the business is both' 'pleasant and
profitable, and suitable for either sex. -
A redaction et twenty-five per cent. made to clergymen.
Send for our circular of termito Agents.
No. SO Market Street, Pittsburgh,
, Or.S.T. BENNETT, Agent, Kennedy's Jewelry Store, ear. of
South Common and Federal St , Allegheny City.
R W . AL LEX/UNDE W. FOSTER.
A,T 08. N. E:r •A T ,A,w
ZSarpflice, Ip.Vottrth street,Pttalturfph...
iI&R.LOR & WL4IB9.&PS
FAMILY SEWING • MACHINES,
BEM) FOR A OIRCUL4I,I.
IR- These, pied/ines, which hay, anch an- en.
viable reputation over all other Machines on account of
1. Beauty and excellence ot r atitch, alike on both sides o f
the fabric sewed,
2. Economy of thread.
S. timplicitynedthoroughnees Of construction:
4. Portability,ease of operation and management.
FL Quietness Of movement. f '' ' •
`Btreigth,-Sratness, and , durability einem, that wit
not rip or ravel.
S. t Applicability, to avariety-of purposes and mahrrials.
ii..Compactwes and elegance of model and finish.
~ • •
Are now' °gored, ' ' '
VITA 'ALL THE LATEST
• . _
IMPROVE Mg NTB AND ADVANTAGES,
At Reduced Prices
68 riftll. Street Xigablitri*„
MC". O . 0 D 2, , C O . .
Wholesale 'and Retail Grocers 21111 Tea,
NO. 241 LIBERTY STREET, HEAD 011222 k
PITTSBURGH, PA., 4.
'Beep oinstantly on' bind everything giiininte S inipt in a
tiretodam Grocery. Establiatunent. • . • •
amide delivered in the city and at the depot., f asaget argr.
We 'make a disomat to clergymen. •Agellet
Sil'-‘l* "ilulAril LOST' TICETH
will be.glad to learn -that they may now have them
replaced by artificial eats, which are 'loran purposes of mace •
tication and articulation In no wayhderior to natural Teeth.
These qualities, which have so long bean sought for is the
dental art, have been attained by the employment of Pc rem
lain and Coral, or Vulcanite, as a bias. The difficulty hlth
orto has been that lightness could not be secured witemi.it
sacrifices of strength ; both of them desirable qualities are
combined in the new material.
Gold and all otter metallic plate for the insertion of arti.
tidal teeth must soon fall into disuse altogether, since the
Coralite and Porcelain work proves itself vastly superior.
It is 'more elegant and cleanly, fire from corrosion and all
metallic taste, very pleiteant to wear In the mouth, and lean
PERSON§ AT .A.DIETANGE, in want of twithorill find
it to their advantage to avail themselves of the improve•
mente embraced In these styles whkilt. with the reduction
of price and perfection of fit, will amply repay the trouble
' and expense of a journey to Pittsburgh. Our facilities for
manufacturing them are such that a job can be got up in
lees than half the ordinary time.
srit7 Teeth drawn without pain, and no charge to those
!baying teeth inserted. • ' • ' •
N. STEBETNI3, M. D., Dentist,
N 0.191 Peon street.
SINGER'S MEWING yanonusis,
- FOR' FAMILY S . EWrNG.
OUr Machines are vastly surerior to any other. Fragile
and delic.,Lte hewing Machines made „ to please the, eye
merely, are recommended for family use. They will not
answerthe plmate. , • .
Family Sewing Machines .
mi g ht to be stronger than any other, as greater variety of
work le required, and they go Into lees skillful 'binds.
Whoever buys one of our Machines knows to a certainty
- PERFORM THE WORK" REQUIRED.
oall and examine belbra purchasing.
.-. • • • • R. STRAW,
. 82 Karket,Btreet, Pittsburgh. Pa.
,FALL AN D WINTEIVI FASHIONIS INML
. • • —• 11359.,
H: SMITH, Merchant Tailor,
NO. 84 WYLIE STRANT,
bass just returned from the — gaidern Cities, with a will
saleotixintook Clotiia, Cassimares. Bilk and Velvet Plush
,yestloge; all of which will be made np to order in the
' most approved styles. on reasonable terms.
• s Alini; Gent's Furnishing Goods }cud renewed; for Pall and
Winter. tl. FAITH, No. 84 Wylie Stroet.
JO 18. A A. it we Pis it w ,
:•• • FAMILY GROCER,
d • 268 Liberty Street,• Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Would respectfully &l the -attention of the public to his
extensive assortment of
;CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, •
:Which he trusts his long experience in the trade, and the
advantage of purchasing directly from the manufacturers
sind'importem will enable' him to offer to his customers, on
mere favorable andliatisfactory terms than ever.
In addition to a large stock of Staple Groceries; his list
comprises all the tale delicacies, both imported and do.
mastic, that are to be found in first-class grocery stores.
Green and Black Teas,
Of every variety, from the lowest prime to the finest chops
imported, pntmp in eddy boxes for family use, or mold by
the pound, or half chest'.
Catalogues containing an extended lief of m took, fur
&shed by mail, if desired.
No charge for eartate.
WHOLES/ LE AND DNEA/M.
.Wl[. KIRKPATRICHA, J OHN F. KIRKPATRICK,
Late of the o Late with Gillespie, Zeller &
rick & Motigar. I .'l' • • Co., Philadelphia.'
lIEUILLIAN• 8« ILIEMPATircs.i CM.
11". WHOLESALE OROCERS,
Forwarding and 'CoMmission Merchants,
' And Dealer@ in
• .:PITTSBURGU MANUFACTURED ARTIOLRS.
N0..299 Liberiy Street, opposite head of Smithfield,
Particular attention paid to the We of Country Prckleee.
WE . INVITE TEM AILTWIIINTIOW OF
WV the public to the PHILADELPHIA
Housekeeping Dry Goods Store,
'where mey be fonnd s large assortment of All kinds of Dry
Goode. reqntred in furnishing a hones, lima raving the
trouble °Busily experienced_ in hunting such -article, in
milieus places. In consequence of our giving our ittentlon
to,this kind of stock, to the exclusion. of, drew and fancy
goods', we con gesrentee our prim and std lee to be the
most &voluble in the market
IN LINEN GOODS,
wears able to give perfect eetiebaction, beleg the "OLD EBT
igsTAßLlßiiito *NEN STORE. the city, .end filming
beater more thin twenty years regular Importers from
lame of the beet inanientturire in Ireland. WioffeF, also,
a largo stook of .. . i
,FLANNELS AND J1174.117.5 . , -
- • • .
of the beit'finalitles to be obtained, and at the .very lowest
pecan. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Bbeetingil, Ticking*, Damask
Table Cloths, and Napkin s,TeweLlings, Diapers, Llackabses,
Table and Pisl/0 Cover; Damasks, and Morgans, ;Lacs and
Dimltiee,"Tfitrulture Chintzes Window
Shadings, &0., AC. JOIIN V. OOWBLL & 1401 V,
- • S. W. borne: of Chestnut and. Seventh Bis.,
u . kiurLir. 4 fr al:
C 0., ,
NO. 86 'WOOD. STREET,
Coroser of Dimond Alley; Pittiborgh, Pa.
' MANUFACTURERS OP
t'it. Saddles. iHarness,lz old;
Brruirl y iaiviusa , apsi3ok!i,DEMA9ELNIPB/ILKIX6.
$1.50 per yea
1.25 “ u .