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Pennsylvania /awaits° for "18(36.
This publication by Darin Br. Co., Odd ;Fell/me
13uIldleg, Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, gives Ain addi
tion to the usual contents of an Almanac, the his!.
tory of 'the State, foreign and limeade postage,
post office directory or the State, railroads, State
and County offiee,3, courts, flint erf meeting, Pres
ident Judges, &0., anti the latest statistical in.
formation regarding the State. it is a neat an
nual, and , contains important Information.
An Invasion , by Finibustera.
A Mexican earned Cortina!, with several how,
.dred outlaws, invaded Texas, some weeks ago.
They plundered Brownsville, killing four of the
•sitizens. Several other places along the Rio
del Norte were Invaded and robbed. The sheriff
of Brownsville appealed to the Mexican author
Dies for aid, and received a detachment of one
hundred soldiers. It appears, however, from the
following telegram that These were not sufficient:
WASKINOTON, Nnveujber 18 —The War Depart
ment has received a dispr,toh from Ueoerad
Twiggs, dated San Antonio, 12th inst., saying
that an express had just arrived from Rio Gironde
City, stating that Corneas had laid Brownsville
in aehes, kllliog some one hundred Anierioan eit
iZene, and that Cordons' with eight hundred men,
was marehing toward the Nences River, Full
credence is not given to the report.
'Government troops have been ordered to
Brownsville, and Texas volunteers air) in motion,
but all too slow. It seems strange that Texans
lye to call upon Mexicans to relieve them froti
LATlM—Striae the above wee put in type, we
learn by telegraph, that Contuse had been eap•
Lured, and hung, without judge or jury, and that
!the Government had oounternutuded the order.
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
After many delays and long waiting, the first
freight train oa the Allegheny Valley Railroad
came down to the canal on Wednesday. The
)uto of the road is on Pike Street, parallel with
'no, and the cars are to be drawn by horses
cm the outer depot in Ninth Ward to the prey
at terminus. 'We are informed that the narrow
id confined space where the oars now load on
le upper bank of the canal affords them so few
fecitities far' loading or unloading freight, that
tbo Company propose to procure the right of way
and privilege of building a bridge over the canal,
which will let them into the depot where the
trains now load and unload on this side of the
lowa Corn Crop.
A correspondent of the New York Tribune, who
has lately been through fifteen of the South-
Niastern counties of lowa, says: "The corn crop
almost universally good—say forty or fifty
tebels per acre. Corn is selling in Van Buren
runty at ten tents a bushel, and in other court•
les at fifteen or eighteen cents, delivered in
'was. Buckwheat, potatoes, turnips, &0., are
mndant. Wheat is not half a orop in the
9r counties. The hog crop is large; it is esti•
id for the fifteen counties, named, at one
lred and fifty thousand head. It is also esti
zed that twenty thousand head of beeves will
fed this Winter. The orop of sorghum syrup
intimated in those counties to .be worth from
1,000 to $20,000." ,
By the Overland Mail.
ST. lonls, Nov. 21.—There was unusual agita
on of railroad projects in California, and strong
)peals were being made to capitalists for aid to
garland immigration by the central route.
Three steamers arrived at San Franoisco,
.Inging dates from Portland to the 25th, and
ictoria to the 27th. _ _ _
The epeolal oorrespondent of the Alta Cali
nia, who nocompanied General Scott on the trip
.th, writes that the Gene ral , arrived at Port
resend on the 26th, and- would iminediately
blish his headquarters aboard the United ,
Ase steamer Massachusetts. -
Cothmissioner Campbell, wbo was expected
arland from Colville, bad been direoted to join
c Commission - at San Juan. NO pion of action
A been decided' upon by Gen. Scott at the de•
Irtnie of the steamer. Dr. Crane reports tile
moral's health as much improved.
Libraries Favored in Massachusetts.
In the Massaohtisetts Senate an amendment to
le attachment law has been adopted, ,exempting
to library of a debtor to the value of $3OO item
taohment. The present amount ie $6O.
ST. Louts.-2,460 bowies have been ,ergoted in
Louis, from January 1, 1869, to Nov. 1, 1859.
e total noel was $7,178,153, ranging from $6O
over $160,000 each. .
. P. 1115.111311011, Tumidity, November 22.
As the result of The recent rains, the Allegheny filier
to risen to 7 feet. This will give some mope for shipment.
a the last rime we learn that 700,000 bushels of coal left
is port ler**. lower market. During the weekMadlog
ttnrday, siatptwo steamers arrived here, four of them
un the Ohio.
A P 0,112-2.50 per bbl.
BUTTS/I—Prime Roll, 10(&17.
131800618—fancy, 8 25 per cozen.
1 0L4.11R—Sa1ee from store of 120 bbls. at $5 for imperils.,
1 for extra, 6.75 for extra faintly, and 6.00 for fancy ; 100
is extra ind extra family at 5 8065.701 120 bble. at 4.95
superfine, 6,65 for extra, 575 for extra family, and 600,
fancy ; 110 bble. at 6.00 for superfine, 6 28 for extra, 5.70
extra fatally. and 6.00 for fancy ; and 46 61. and 40
pls. at 500 for supirene 5:37 for extra, 700)5 72 tot
tra family , and 5.00 for fancy brands. Rye, 4.75. Stick
reat,l 90 per 100•bble. ' ' •
OftAIN T :Orn I S6(O6B, Oats, 4445.
HAY-17.002019 00 per ton.
COAL—Anihraelte, 8.25 por ton.
POTATO B—Plekeyes, 45 per bus.
CURRAN—Western Reserve. 85469%.
GROolsl4lllB—Common N. 0. Molasses, 48; N. 0. Syrup,
la.; N. 0. Anger, 8%; Rio Coffee. 18; Mee 010.
ATURRA—Prime Western, 50. Chicken, 10.
BRED—Oeconds, 1.20; Bhipstuff, 1.00 ; Buckniseat Bran,
i per hundred.
OIL—No. 1 Lard, 88@)90; Linseed, 00(8135.
WEITZ mars of an entirely new cut , made in
superior manner, from $1.26 to $2.76. A
-lice lot now ready. 3. L. Carnaghan & Co,
leral Street, Allegheny City.
Some of the leading manufacturere are adopt
' the new Finkle Sewing Machines in prefer
: to all others. This only establishes more
iy what the agents claim for it, viz.: That
ierever tried in' competition with others, its stt
triority is at once admitted.
Read This! • ' -
CASE! Or NIGHT MONTHS' STANDING GUM BY
Besrhavels Holland Bitters. •
Michael Kelly, No. 117 . Seventh, near Grant
'eet, Pittsburgh, says - :
" Last July, while running on the river, on a
tonboat plying between Natchez and New Or
ms, I was taken with Fever and Ague. For
it long months, I suffered with this dreadful
;ease. The greater part of this time I was uri
le to work, and spent at least fifty dollars; for
['area medicines, but found no permanent re-
Three weeks ago, one of my friends in
;ecl upon me trying Bmrhave's Holland Bitters,
lug that a cure was guaranteed. After taking
for one week, I must say I was a sound man.
Lave been at work now for two weeks, and have
no return of ilia Chills or Fever whatever."
I certify that the above statement is true.
Diamond House, or E, Chester's Gothic Hall.
CAUTION I—.lle oareful to ask for Borhave's
Bold at $l.OO per bottle; or, six bottles for
00, by the sole proprietors, BENJAMIN •
FE, .1 R., &DO., Pittsburgh; end Druggists
,ene a y
'Lane's Celebrated yennifuge in Xis-
Jos P. 0., Oregon Co., Mo., dilly 22d, 1855
Masan's. Flamm ° Baos.--Dear have
used Dr. lirLine's Celebrated Vermifuge, pre
pared by you, in my family, and I do think it - the
best preparation now in use for expelling worms
from the human system. My neighbors have
also used it with'the 'same success. Yon are at
liberty to nee this as you see AL ' Yours, &a.,
The aboye is a sample ef-certificates daily re
ceiyed by the proprietsis. Fleming Bros., of
M'Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pills.
We •think we are safe in saying they are the most
reliable and popular remedies'6f day.
Purchasers will be ambit, to atik fair'
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VEAMIFDGE, man•
ufactured by FLEMING BROS; of 'Prrmanunw,
P.a. Ali other Vermifuges in iemparison are
worthless. Dr. M'Lane's genuine Vomitus°,
also his celebrated Liver Pills, can stowlie had at
ill respectable drug stores. lironeienuine without
Is aims/arc of FLEMING WO.
SO CI 1.
WM. 0. NIITTLZ.
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The steamship Canada, arrived at Boston on
he 19th lust, brings Liverpool dates to tie bth.
The Hon. Charles Sumner, 11. S. Senator from
Massachusetts, is among her passengers.
Intelligence of additional marine disasters had
reached Liverpool. The ship John G. Costar,
from Nhields for New York, had been wrecked
near Yarmouth. The crew were saved. The
ship Martha Whitmore, from Cardiff for Mobile,
put hack on the 2d ; her decks were swept, cargo
shifted, eta. The Sea Belle, from Swansea for
Caldera, had put into Milford Haven, with her
masts cut away. The Si. Nicholas, from Havre
fur New York, wee off Falmouth, with loss of
foremast. The ship 1. J. Boyd, from Liverpool
for New York, had put back, but sailed again for
The steamer Great Eastern arrived at Southamp
ton on the 4th inst , but during the passage she had
rough weather and a heavy sea. She rolled and
dipped, but with perfect ease. She seemed to
wing herself with a sidelong, gentle motion °vet ,
every wave, dropping deeply and easily beyond
them, with regular slow rolls, often deep enough
to leave one paddle wheel turning high and dry.
This motion is attributed to her very light im
mersion, end having no upper weight to counter
balance the coals below. The whole roll was
only about eight degrees each way. The greatest
speed attained was close on eighteen miles per
hour, and the run was more satisfactory than
either of the previous trips.
A telegraphio dispatch from Paris states that
the English and French governments are com
pletely agreed on the basis for the European
Congress which is to be held -in Brussels. All
that remained to be settled was the official rat
ification of the agreement by the British Gov
A new steamship has been ordered by the
Cunard Company, which is to be five hundred
tons larger than the Persia.
The verdict of the coroner's jury in the case
of the Royal Charter was to the effect that the
wreck- was purely the result of accident.
Great activity prevails at Woolwich Arsenal,
in the preparation of material for the coast
defences, and for the expedition against China.
The fortifications at Dover are to be extended
forthwith, and several batteries were to be re
lonnoe, November 'F .—A Cabinet counsel, it
is rumored, has been ordered for lidonds.y.r
The troops to be contributed by India to the
China expedition will be six thousand Europeans
and four thousand natives.
LIVIIRPOOL, N ovember 6 —The plenipotentiaries
have received orders to sign the treaty of peace,
and it is beliefed it will be signed to.morrow, and
a convocation, to be held at Paris, will be followed
The'orgs.ni cation of the French army for China
if; considered as definitely settled, and prepara.
tions for the embarkation have been commenced.
Beni Suapon bas accepted the conditions of
peace. The hostile tribes will give hostages to
secure the payment of the promised tribute.
The French Government, it is said, has re
solved upon establishing a naval station on the
The cholera has appeared among the French
troops, engaged in the expedition against Moroc
co Several distingaished officers have died, in
chiding Col. Latent, commanding the engineers.
The ravages exceeded fifty per day, and the total
deaths have been fifteen hundred.
Pawls, Nov. 6.—lt is reported on reliable au
thority, that the Congress will be held at Paris,
instead or Brussels.
A Russian squadron of six vessels is to remain
at their Mediterranean station, where they will
The Italian States.
Xis reiterated that the Pope has promised to
grant the reforms recommended by the Emperor
Napoleon, after the insurgents in the. Romagna
have returned to their allegianoe.
A vague report prevails that Gen. Garibaldi, at
an interview with the King of 'Sardinia, had de
clared that Italy had been betrayed, and that ,be
would head a revolution to protect her liberties.
The king protested against such a proceeding.
GENOA, Nov. 6 —Rumors are current that an
assembly will shortly be held, in which Modena
and the Romagna will take part. It is asserted
that the object would be to present Count Cavour
as a candidate for the dictatorship of one prov
ince of Central Italy.
TURIN, Nov. official decree has trans
ferred the court of Caseation to Milan,
The subscriptions to the loan continue. The
applicatiane have become more numerous, and it
is asserted that more than. the amount required
is already subscribed.
The four Assemblies of Central Italy will be,
called together to receive from the government
communications on the subject of .the present
situation of public affairs.
The convocation of the States of Modena and
Parma takes place on Sunday, and it is supposed
that the King of Sardinia will be asked to grant
Flaunting, Nov. 2.—The elections of members
of the municipalities at Florence and other places
have terminated without any result, almost all
the electors having abstained intim voting.
The National Assembly had been convoked for
the 7th of November.
The Vienna correspondent of the Times, says
it is tolerably certain that the moment in which
the Austrian Government will have to make con
cessions to Hungary, is not far distant. _
VIENNA, Nov. 2.—At the re-opening of the
opera, a noisy demonstration took pities here.
Brigandage continues in the Venetian pro
Late dates from the coast of Africa, state that
the American ship Memphia, with seven hundred
slaves, had escaped all the cruisers and put to
sea. Twenty.six vessels were expected on the
coast for cargoes of slave- for the 'United States.
The Australian mails, to September 17, have
been telegraphed to L , ndon, Several of the
Ministers have been deft ated at the elections.
Imports were heavy, but trade was doll. The
shipments of gold dust since the last mail have
been two hundred and forty thousand ounces, of
which sixty-eight thousand four hundred ounces
were on board the Royal Charter.
The Central Executive Committee request all the mem
bers of this organization, who have not paid in their ini
tiation fee, (ten dollared and all who deeign td become
members, to pay it in to the Treasurer, Mr John A.
Crawford, Hollidayeburg,Pa.,at their earliest convenience;
an the exploring committee ought to be on their mission;
and this fund is designed for their expense&
D. X. jIINHLN, Chairman.
NUS. WINSLOW, nu experienced Nurse and Fe.
Male Physician, has a Soothing Syrup for children teeth
ing. which greatly facilitates the process of teething, ;by
softening the gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay
all pain and regulate the bowels. Depend upon it, moth
ers, it will give rest to yourselves and relief and health to
your infants. Perfectly safe in all cases. See advertise. ,
On September 29th, byKeV. Joel Stoneroad, Mr. lons
GRAHAM to Mice MARY Jena BEATTY, all of Dunbar Town-
ship, Fayette County, Pa.
October 27th, by Rev. T. M. Crawford, Mr. A. 0. Malmo=
to Mrs. Mews JANE RAMA; all of York County, Pa.
On the 10th of November, by Rev. Wm. Edgar Mr.
MOlitumts to MBE MARTHA RANALEI, both of Frank
lin Township, Westmoreland County, Pa.
_On Thursday , the 3d inst., by Rev. Wm. Reed, Mr. DAvm
Moms 10 Miss JANE, daughter of Mr. James Finley, all of
Morgan County, 0. On the 26th tat., Mr. filtUrEirmeß OA n•
wax of Noble County, 0., to Miss SUSANNAH ATKINSON, Or
Morgan County, O.
November 3d, by Rev. R. M. Wallace, Mr. Atruzus VAR.
Van to mi d is BARAN OATEABINE, daughter of Tames Wykoff,
Peg, all of Fayette County, Pa. November 10th, Mr.
CLARKE Nicer to Miee Femmes, daughter of Joseph Wells,
Esq., all of Fayette County, Pa.
At the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. Z. P.
Caldwell, on November Ist, Rev. Jour( Kau; pastor of the
churches of Salt Creak and Duncan's Falls. end Mice Ems
CHAPMAN, of Chendlereville, Ohio. On November 10th,
Mr. GEORGE BARTLETT, of Morrow (30111Lty, to Miss ELLEN
Cope=R, of Knox County, Ohio.
October 6th, by Rev. 3- Maleer, Mr. lAMB Swmvzsa to
Mies jettE WILSON. October lath, Mr. ROBERT ANDEET to
Mrs MARG.CNIT JOENBON. November 10th, Mr. JAMES BLAIR
to Miss .T.senemdi Jess Kamm all of Clarion .County, Pa.
Oatob.r 27th, by' Rey. 0. G. Braddock, Mr. Taman Tza r
.11A13. to Mlee 18A31114 BAKU.
October 20th, by Rev. H. Newell. Mr. J .Itiaturr to Miss
MANNAU Nails, of Neillsburg, all of Venango County, Pa.
By Rev. A. 0 'Rockwell, on the 10th lust, Mr. Ttiown
Hors to Miss Basso A. Alamo; all of Allegheny Co., Ps.
November 17th, by Rev. A. B Maxwell, at the residence
of the bride's father, near Salem, 0., r Mr. WILLTAN, A.
PATRICK, of Havana, Clubs, to Miss MART J. BLACEBOBN.
At the residence of the btlde, on, the 80th nit, b 7 Rev
Alex. B. tdanhall, Mr. august Aces, or Priecetin, Min
newts, to Mies &JAMMU JOBT/02, Of Merlon, lOWA.
On Tbureelayaloaemboriltb, by Rev. G. Iran Artesian,
Mg. Mega CIANIPBBLL igagrr to klieg Jena AWN, dankhter,of
William Ifigniing, all near Shads Gap,. Huntingdon
IL`EM PRESPYTERtAN BANNER AND ADVOCATE.
Dian—On the 18th of October Lest, Mre. iSAIISLLL M'Ooare-
He'r, in the 96th yenr.of her age.
She bad from her youth been a worthy and consistent
member of the Presbyterian church of Upper Buffalo.
Although she had, for a number of years, been deprived
of the privilege of a regular attendance on the public ordi.
nancee of God's house, through the infirmitiee of years, yet
she still manifested a love to and an interest in the same.
And although her mind was so much impaired by age that
she could not recognise her intimate friends, yet she still
retained and manifested, to the last, an interest in religious
things. We have reason to hope that her unusually long
life has issued in an eternity of bagginess and glory.
Than—in Blairsville, Pa., November 14tn, CHUM= N.
SWAM. in the 39th year of his age.
Hewes a man of a quiet, contemplative spirit, and of
moral life; but it was not until about one year ago that,
by the grace of God, that change took place in his views
and feeltoge which led him to regard '"
all his own right.
eousness as filthy rags," and to glory only in the ones of
our Lord Jame Christ. Since then, Jesse has been a all,
hie salvation and all hie desire," end recently be made a
public profession of his dependence upon him, in 00711101/011
with the Presbyterian church in Blairsville. He has left a
stricken wife, and four little children to the care of a
covenant•keeping God. H.
Dun—September 10th, in Mill Creek Township, Chirion
County., MAROdit&T tingrri, daughter of Wm. H. and Mary
H. Patton, aged 2 years and 4 days.
Thief dear little one lay for seven weeks. Tier sufferings
were very severe, but she bore them with remarkable
patience. At length the great and the, good Shepherd,
who has said, " Suffer little children to come unto me, and
forbid them not, for .f such is the kingdom of heaven,"
came and claimed this dear little lamb es his own.
Dran---At Hamlin, Kansas Territory, on Sabbath,
the 25th of September of "quick consumption," Mrs.
Erni L., wife of David Robinson, eldest daughter of George
Reed, Esq_, of Clarksburg, Indiana County, Pa., aged 2B
years and IS days.
She wee of an amiable and retiring disposition, kind and
faithful in all the relations of domestic life. She leaves a
husband sorely stricken by her sudden removal froin his
embrace, and an infant' daughter too young to knew her
loss, commended in death to the care and training of her
own mother, at theloma of her youth. For four months
her health was delicate, but serious danger was not appre
hended till two or three days before her death. Then, as
an attendant on her death-bed writes, she was " resigned
and happy, talked cheerfully of the hone which she felt to
be feat approaching,when she must exchange this world
of care and trial for a purer and brighter home," and said,
"Tell mother I am happy." • D.
Dun—October Ist, 1859, at the house of James Mc troy,
near Canonsburg, We HANNAN ANN STABRITt youngest
daughter of Charles Campbell, deceased, in the 87th year
of her age.
At an early period the deceased became connected with
the church of Mt Prospect, and from that time till the day
of her death, her walk and conversation were emphatically
Christian. The fear of God, the love of the Church, and
an ardent desire for the salvation of sinners, were the pre• .
dominant feelings of her heart. Her mental powers were
retained in full vigor till the last, and when death took
hold of her, she was conscious of it, and as she sunk away,
she was beard uttering in broken accents, " Come alma,"
Precious Jeans," and thus she expired. Her sorrowing
friends, who stood by, saw, in the sickness and deatik of
this beloved one, that religion in a dying hour will do
what nothing else will, and hence, while we mourn, it is
not as those who have no hope, and while we live, may we
so live that we may die the death of the 'righteous.• '
DlED—Odtober 20111,1859. at her" reeldeuce in Niacin°
Butler County, 0., MIS NANNIE BELL POTTER, wife Of Rev
J. H. Potter, pastor of the Proabyterlan church of Bethel
Her sickness was but of six days. She left an infant
daughter, n little son, and a husband to mourn the heavy
leas. In early, life she experienced a change of heart, and
in her 15th year publicly professed her faith in Quist, and
united with the Presbyterian Church; and to her dying
hear exhibited the Spirit of Jesus. She was modest and
retiring. It required intimacy to know her worth. She
was always trying to do good. Of her it may emphatically
be said, "to live was Christ" She oared not for the kr
plans, of the world—could-not be Battered. She was mar
ried three and a •half years ago, and with her husband
removed to lowa to labor as a Domestic Missionary. There
she won the warmest love and highest esteem of all who
knew her. She exemplified the religion of Jeans, and
induced others to attend church, and did her part in leading
them to Christ; some of them have already gone to welcome
her to the Church above. She had so ende , red herself to
the members of the church of Maquoketa, lowa, she could
not endure to bid " good.by" when leaving that place.
In the church of Bethel ehe labored faithfully visiting
the people. She yearned for the salvation of sinners. Her
moat ardent desire was - to have souls saved. She was
grieved with the carelessness of professors and the impala•
tense of sinners. None enjoyed the communion of saints
'in the sanctuary, the praying circle, and in social Christian
converse, more than obe., As long as able, she was a mem
ber of a female prayer-meeting, which she very much
enjoyed. - The influence of the Sabbatialn God's house, was
most marked.= her. Sherapidly ripened for glory. When
called to go, she wasready. To those around her, she talked
for hours,addressing many words of warning and consolation.
Sinners she most earnestly exhorted to prepare at once to
meet God. "You see me cut down so suddenly; had I neg.
looted the Saviour until now, I should have been lost for•
ever. I have no time now I" To Christians she said, "Be
faithful; a bright crown awaits you. 0 live not for the
world. Be faithful, be faithful." -
Her love for Jesus was preeminent. "0 I would see
Jesus," she exclaimed. When asked what appeared to her
the most glorious object in heaven, she looked as though
surprised at such a question, and with emphasis replied,
"Jesus,Jesus." Daring an hour and'a half near the last,
she suffered moat excruciating pains, yet she lay submis
sive, saying, "Not my will, but thine, 0 God, be done—
' Sweat to lie passive in his hands,
And know no will but his ;"
and continued saying, "0 the blessed rest that remaineth,
is yet to come. What a blessing we do not know what we
are to suffer! If I endure so much, what must the tor-
ments of hell be? 0 what did the blessed Saviour setter
for us I My anguish is nothing to his." Sometime before,
she had said, " When I ees Jesus I shall know I am ring"
And after her pains bad ceased, and - when her extremities
were cold, jest before she breathed her last, she was deeply
engaged in prayer while one was praying with her, and she
clapped her bands, and exclaiming "Glory in the highest,
glory I I see Jesus, 0 Jesus t" she gently, without a drug ,
gle, fell asleep in the embrace of her beloved Jeans.
"Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!
From which none ever wakes to weep."
Her body was interred in the burying ground of the
church of her childhood and youth, to await the call of
Jesus on the resurrection morn. J
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Dave now on hind their newly indicted. Ent STOOK of.
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NECOOFL AN Dy s ' BITTERS
AIL Will positively cure
LIVER OOSIPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DR.
From Dr. E B PARKER, of Newark, Wayne. County, N.Y.
Read the following certificate from a Dlinician of high
Du. 0. K. Ammon :—Dear Sir t—Having for nearly two
years kat .past suffered very much from Indigestion, Dirti
ness, and general Nervous Debility. I was induced, as a
sort of derni , r reSort, to make's trial of " Ifoofland's Ger
man-Bitters." I have certainly derived great benefit from
them, and believe they are the very bent of the various
preparation's in use for derangement of the digestive
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very fulyillustrated. Ever welcome to us is , this spiritual
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experience of Divine things, his eye so keen anti observant
of the subtleties of temptation, of all the snares of the ad
versary, and yet so _ quick to recognize the manifold mercies
of the' Lord. If 'a man were shittuP to'read 'but one book
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truth as from anymeinspired writer.-'
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they prevent Hoarseness. From their past effect, I think
they, will be of permanent advantage to me"
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President Athens College, Tenn.
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in part of tbe following:
108th:eats fine to extra fine Oolong and Malan Teas: • "
50 '" " Lipson, Gunpowder, and Int
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50 catty boxes, extra fins Epson, Gunpowder, and Im
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• 50 bbls. Crumbed, Pulverized. and Coffee Sugars.
50 bags Rio, laguayra arid Old Government Java Coffee;
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10"• Pure Cider Vinegar.
25 boxes M. R., Layer, and Valentin Raisins.
10 bbls Saute Currants.
50 boxes " Woman's Friend " Soap.
25 " Colgates
50 " Palm, German, and Rosin Snip.
50 " Sperm, Star, Opal, and Mold Candles.
25" Pearl and Silver Gloss Starch.
.50 danifpure ground Spices.
106 . " Gesh Slackberriee._ •
Nutmegs, lbs Cloves Nutmeg s, Mace, and Cassia.
10 case, Olive; Itordeaux. and• Virgin Oils. '
20. " boxes Cocoa, Brom:4 wed Chocolates. . •
2000 Ms: super Oarbenste and Sal S ids. •
100 dozen:Mason's and Annear', Blanking. ,
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JOHN A. RENSHAW, .253 Liberty Street.
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lea , HALF - CHESTS GRESS AND BLACK TEAS,
Selected with the greatest mire from the latest importations
of the new crop. Also a large stock of
JAVA, 810, MOCHA, LAKDAYRA COFFEE,
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• , FOUR LARGE HALLS, •
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Usual time to complete a full course, from six to ten
weeks. Every student, upon graduating, is guaranteed to
be competent to manage; the Books of any Buatures, and
quatified.to earn a sitter, of from
-• , $5OO to $1.000•
Students enter at any time—no vacation—Bottor at
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„T. H. KIatiWLICS. Pittsburgh, Pa. aulB
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gIFY. SANDERS, DIEFENDORP, D.D., Principal and
Professot - of Languages.
John Simpson, A. 8., Professor of Mathematics and As.
Samuel Glass, M.D., Lecturer on Anatomy and Physiology.
Bev, James Y. Ashenhurst, Professor of Moral and Nat
James Yocum, M. D , Lecturer on Chemistry.
Mr. Peter Zahner, Tutor,
Mr, 3: A. layeaber ger, Tutor in Mathematics.
Mr: Z. W. Armentrout, Lecturer on Book-keeping.
Mr. Henry , L. Grebe, Professor in Music
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The ; branches : taught : are the following: Arithmetic,
Higher Arithmetic, and Mental Arithmetic, „Geography,
English- Grammar,' Analysis, Orthography, Book Keep
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Science, German;kretich, Spanish, Italian, and the Latin
and Greek Authors usually read in College.
For Seventy-Five Dollars, paid in advance, a student shall
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chairs, stove and fuel, and tuition in any of the . above
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The neat Bearden Will - main October 27th.
Two Students will Occupy , the same room, and furnish
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trunks: Stridenteare admitted at any time.
. * WlneiruitiOn is "given on the Piano and Melodeon, at'
‘ moiteratdroharges.. , DEBLIMWOHIs , Principal.
$1.50 per yea