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PITTSBURG'', Tuesday, Deoember
During the week petit, busittees has been brisk., Our
'MO presents quite an animated uppoarance,. principally .
I freight dischargiug. risen are still In good navigu.
e order, although they are falling rapidly, and at this
rating there are but 8 feet 4 Inches in the channel: The
tie rise bas taken away a large quantity of coal. We See
elated that 318 large boats, (168 pair,) besides 30 pair of
ill ones, Mailing in all 188 pair, containing about sin
beshele cl coal, palmed through the looks on.their
ports below, and this in addition to a large quantity
In barges. Before the river recedes, it Is supposed that
umber will be increased to two hundred pare: ' That
Ire would have been floated out before this, but ler
Amity of pilots.
ie number or barges, borate,. keels, "he , built in the
Ity of Pittsburgh during the year 1850, and registered
Ceetern Rouse books, is 75 ; 49 of those were side or
meheel steamers, 17 fiat boate,'4 barge boats, and 6
ats The total tannage is 8,509 tone, of which 7,563
teamboat tonnage, 295 barges; 803 keel boats, and 868
weather here Is very, Eine for hog slaughtering,
to market is rather stiff. There are but few fat hogs
. In Cincinnati, on, the 12th Met., the varlets
houses were foil for three or tour days to eome,and
were no ilOgirin the market at any price. At the
, late averaging 200 pounds could have been purchased
.2606.80 t. l',lght hogs were unsaleable; the receipts
Faturday,theiOth inst., were 84,000, including 12,000
et the Brighton House Station since Wednearay, the
inst. At °blear, on the 10th, the range of sales, were
)4 90, and some stock hogs at 8 50, groin, but commie
merchants, not feeling disposed to hold over to Mon.
creased the roaring rather hard, and It fell about
deceit doll At St. Louis, On the 7th, some 400 to 500
were sold at 5 firstname.lastname@example.org.
ire—Soda Ash, ayou ; Pete, 4308; Pearle, 63405
mre—ihe ealee tor toe week, exceeded. 1000 bble.
ranged from LEO, 2.1202.87%, as-per quality.
s--Hams, 10%, and hboulders 8%@1334.
—The new crop of Beane is coming In, and we no.
1..al males of small white to the trade at 1.00 ilk bus
3—Salee of common to choice at 2,00@3 00, and
AND Ram-Butter, 14 to 16@i10—the latter.for
line article. In market the retail price le 20@ 26., 0
; retailing i n market at 2(425 per dozen.
is—Sales at 100.
ramr—Apples,l,B2ol.7o. Peaches, email@example.com.': .
ins—Good quality, 43060. Chicken, 10.
—The receipts by the river were large. Onr mule
ig a large business. The ratee are as follows:
5.00W*3 2; extra, 6 80(x36.40; extra family, 6.756'
lacy, 0.0003.25. Buckwheat: The amount coming
tber large. Balsa from drat bands vary from I.Bo©
1 from store at 2 firstname.lastname@example.org, in small nooks.
-Corn, at wbarf, 65657; at depot. 58669. Oats,
it depot Bye, 87@88, Barley, 70(4)76. Wheat:
.16®1.18; old Winter, 1.26; White, 1.2n1.30.
ms—New Sloiw see, 606162. Sugar ranges from
rke%. e notice late imprtations ,of • new .
ibis ma W t, prices ranging from 03@50 to 615@00,
to the ThriONA grades Coffee, 1234 to 12%8118,
Mies of dressed at 5a634; lire at 4 87a4.76.
We note email 'aloe of new at 10 , 441014 to 11;
'oits--vgaise at 15 60'15.00.
ma—Neshinuooks, 40a45, end Rode 31,33. Jersey
(Mover, 4'3064.40. Timothy, 200a2.26, Pita,
—Beeves, 214e1.04. Sheep: 104 head were offered,
mold, et 2 60a8.00 per ewt.; balance sent Eaet. Hop
cringe amounted to 4,500 head, of which 1,695 were
id the balance were cent East. Prices ranged from
It 100 the , gross.
Took December 17.—Flour ; Wes of 15,000 bblo ;
06.615; Ohio, 5.70a5 80; Southern, 5 00a6.75. Wheat
Corn ; gales 21,000 hue. new white at 05a90; yellow,
old do , 95. Pork, 16.117%41650. Sugar: Brasil. 7c.
0'47, Drooled Hogs, 74a7%. Moon Pork, 17.00.
eats, December 87Xa5 44 lbr
J 23.155.137% for extra, 600a6.50 for tetra family,
3a7 00 for fancy lots Rye Flour and Corn Meal
, or the former, and 378 for the latter. Wheat:
iels red sold at 1,80x182, and white at I.BBatA3.
feels Rye sold •at 90a93. Corn: 1,000 bushels old
ad at 03; 0,000 new do. at 80, afloat, and'2,ooo bus.
.6 70a79. Oats : sales of 0,000 bushels Delaware at
and 3,000 bushel's Penna. at 45. ' •
business in the Sewing Machine line seems
chiefly confined to a very few patents, 'and
• Finkle Machine, becalm) of its evident
ge, establishing its reputation as the
Ist In use. J. L Oarnaghan Sr. Co., Fed
treet, Allegheny, are the sole agents in this
most persons who have boys'. clothing to
find it dllSoult to obtain a well cnt and
made article at a fair' price, it may inter
my to examine the stook of J. L. Carus
& Co., Federal Strea, Wlleigheitiy `City:
facilities, for mannfactur og .laO ys wear are
Inht the hest In our cities.
The 'Great Holland leanly' ,
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lons subject to nervous or slok . headache,
.l in Wartime's Rolland Bitters, a sure,,
and pleasant remedy. It soothes the thrchr
head, correct acidity of the stomach, as
digestion, and creates a healthy appetite.
without dottht,,a, most del:gb,tful prepare
and an effectual remedy: .fact that it
a very popular medicine throughout" all
alland settlements in Wisoonsin,.New4rork,
win, Illinois, and Indiana, speaks =oh in
ON I—Be careful to' ask foi Bcerhave a
at $l.OO per bottle; or, eft bottles for
by the sole proprietors, BENJAMIN
JR., &CO., Pittsburg;,and i)ieggine
Liver Complaint. ,
only remedy ever offered to the 'that
ver failed to cure; when directions are r fril.:
is bi'Lane's Liver Pill, prepared by /Um-
is., Pittsburghi Pe. It has - beew smral
before the public', and has been ` introduced
sections of the Union. Where it has been
it has had the most triumphant stamen,-
- actually driven out of use all other Med-,
It has been tried under all the c different
of Repatis, and bus been found equally
lions in all.
'lasers will be careful to ask for DR. IW
CELEBRATED ErvER PILLS ; j r 'ann
by FLEMING BROS. Of PreTanunan,
There are other Pills purporting to be Liver
now before the public. Dr. APLane's gen-
Liver Pile, also his Oelebrated
be bad at all respectable drug stores,
muine without thee i ttiondiure
'ergo, from Llieriool:brings European
the 26th tat :
Cowley, the British Ambassador, AO
had arrived in London, and it was
that his mission wale' layrbefore the
. Government a proposal from the French
anent for a simultaneous -disarmawient,by.
id and France.
titer report is that he was summoned 'to
'final instructions from the British Cali:
Cabinet Council had been held lin-London '
Lord Cowley had had an audience. of the
Court Journal says the , promise made hi
ijesty to the Canadian deputation. was to
:ect that eithor the Prince of Wales or
) Alfred should vieit the great North Amer
.ovinces next Bummer: i
Morning Pooi announces , that,,tho Govern
have resolved On forthwith,ereoting fi new
al arsenal in the place of that at Woolwich.
Ater, instead of beings 'protectiorl, would
'ilium the stamen of tile enemy. Two
are in circulation as to the locality, *Li
Haven and Weeden.
lifferent rifle corps in England are making
English Government had decided upon
a considerable increase in the-army, by
.mation of a second battalion to each of. the:
ants np to and including, the nth, by, which
an increase equivalent to eleven regiments
obtained. The London 'Pose says this
orighi to excite no euprise when them:tell
of the' British army is compared With the
of territorpwbioh it has to occupy, 'and
Rs necessary for India and (Mina. • ,
Nov. 24.—The ta Marquis de Bonneville
rived from Burton 'with the ratified treaties.
day when the ratifications were exchanged
*laud delivered to the Minister Flenipoten
a draft at sight for 29,90000 d ; the re.
rag 80,000,0001 will be, paid by four install
!, at short intervals. It is'believed that
A Reobberg, assisted by Prince' Metternich,
represent Austria at the eon - msg. The re
of the departure of Marquis Antonini for
is is false.
x sailing. frigate La Vengeance bps c jnet left
A with four hundred marines on board
I }found "to Chins, 'and wilt only,, 0A the
The Vengeance will be &lowed:. in a
time, by the Andronague, with similar
tr of marines. ,
French Government is forzalng large QV" ,
at to provide against the ineonverdroes
night result, in any fixture' Wier, *Waal
declared contraband' or War: tt. r „":':
number of deaths from cholera' Vie
army, during the twenty days' campaign
against the frontier tribes' of Morocco, Was Wen:
ty-one hundred and sixty.
A Paris correspondent of a London paper 'writes
I have reason to believe . that, with the:vievr;of
obviating the effect prod9ed in England by the
violent language of a considerable portion of the
French press, a confidential communication of an
important nature has been addressed by the Miu
ister of the Interior, M. Billault, to all the
feels in France. If I am correctly informed--:=
and I have reason to believe that 1 am—the
ister expresses his regret that such exaggerated
language should be used when"speaking of the
English people, as well as.by reason of the die.
quietude which it must excite among thenf as
moat it tends to destroy the confidence and em.
bitter the feelings of those of whose opinion's
the English press is the channel.
The Prefects are reminded how much greater
that unpleasant effect must be when this vio
lent language 'll3 employed by journals supporting
the policy of the Imperial Government, and
which is maderesponsible abroad for these ex
°asses. The Prefects are, therefore, instructed to
request the journals fn question to be more (dr
aumspent ; and, while they are' at liberty to re
fute errors, to protest against injustice and
calumny, aid to defend energetically the rights
of the country, they might easily avoid offending
the susceptibilities of a great people, and'iather
promote friendly relations between the two
General Fanti, the. Commander-in Chief, has
issued a now order of the day. After speaking
of the difficulties which have been overcome in
the space of three months, he sayer--"-To-day
we have numerous phalanxes of infantry, of
cavalry, and of artillery. Arsenals are being
erected,; ammunitions, ambulances, and Arens
ports woe being organized; fortifications are
being scooted at Mirandole, and at Rimini; and,
Bologna, surrounded with guns, will becOme, at
no distant period, a centre 'which will giie us
safety and protection in any eventuality.' The.
General advises patience and constancy. With
perseverance; he says, we shall triumph over the
enemy, who does not feel strong at home, who
reads Ms ruin in our attitude, and who will be
compelled either to' ignominiously lay down his
arms before public reprobation, or come despair
ingly to battle with the certainty of defeat."
The nmes' Paris correspondent confirms the
statement that the invitations for the Congress
have been delayed, not .freni any difference be
tween the English and French Cabinets, but
rather owing to some difficulties started by Ans.
tria on the Regency question.
The Tines' Vienna correspondent states that it
is said, in diplomatic circles ' that there are still
many and, great, difficulties to be removed before
'the Congress tan meet,
Conasorrorr.—ln the notice of ' , Washington College,"
the * appointment was made by the Board of Trait—not
Trustees. Please correct. Respectfully,
• A. L. LITTRLL.
MKS. WIAII/I.OWs an experienced Nurse and de
nuile 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 oases. gee ndverthe
r - . feie4y•
/li - Ftstue's Hotel, Camb . ridge, 04 on Wednesday morning,
November - 23, by Rev. W. M. Ferguson, Mr. 'Oessamo .
BOUGHTON, of ceumblie j to Miss MART /I:.,idanghter of Col.
Gibeaut, of Weshinglon,P.
By Rev.'W. GrMaroh, November . Bth, Mr ' . nuoii A. Men.
onseras to..fhfiee Rose Azar ENDUE, 'both of Canfield,
Mahoning Oonnty, 0. November. 24th,, Mr. Mumma Mae.-
Ler, of Allegheny City, Pau, to Mies ELIZABS2II A:IIXIVILiff,
of Canfield, 0. •. . •
On December 6th. by Rev. .T. IR. Hughes. Hr. lonitrt.
House. of Pittsburgh. to Mu Marra& Mons, of Fayette
On, Tbankeeving day,'(November 24th,) near Ravankby
Rev. D. F.'Moßarland, Mr. Oman 8. MIMS - to Mks - Atm=
O. Ottamrarti; all of Mason County, 111. •
By Rev. J L. Rowell, on the Uth nit., Mr. BIMNAND
Curare to Mho. MARY 'B. BRIGGS, both of New York City.
On the 80th rat., Mr. BENJAMIN LENT to Miss OATHAMNE ANN
KING, both of Dobbs' Ferry,
At Washingtonellle, Montour County:, Pa., on Thursday,
December let, by Rev. J. Thomas, Mr. Munn R. Poasam,
to Miss Homan Jim Mack, all of Montour County, Pa.- -
On the 17th ult.. by Rev.. T. M. Crawford, of York Co.,
Pa.. Mr. WitueatiCkor to Mk* Arm Bar, both. ofllatforil
County, Md. Oa. the let lost, Rev. CALVIN W. Stawanr. of
Lancaster County, , Miss aunt.u..T. Csawroan, of York
On Novemberloth, by Bev. J. S. Bider. Mr. lona Banes,
to Miss DESZCOL 'O. ORR. OR DSCSIINNIS DA, Mr. Amax
MOORI to Miss Erna Jail Atmore all of Clarion County.
December Ist,' at the residence of the bride's father, ',by,
Bev. J. P. Fulton 'Mr. (aval B. Puma to Miss NAMUR
MORRISON, all of D erry Township, Westmoreland Co., Pa.
Oa the Ist Inst., byllev. 0. 0. Riggs, at the house of. the
bride's father, Mr. ALM= MARKLE, to Mies Buzseurn Bann,
all of WestmorelantfClonnty, Pa
NOvendoir 24th,by Bev. J. Meteor, Mr. AKDRSW MIP3EIO
Miss Nazar J. DICKSON. November 29th, Kr. Janina
Colman to MISSIIARAR ANN Purr, all of clarion Co, Pa.
Dina--In M9Keesport;:pa., December let, after a pre
treated illness, at - Ilarresidenee other father, FE Rowland,
Fag., Mm AMANDA F., wife of Rev. William A. Fleming, for
several years pastor of the Presbyterian Chtirch in Farm•
ington, but latterly pester of the churehlti Lawiatawn,"
A husband and two children mourn her lom. She lived
by faith upo*the Son'of God. She died trusting aloni in
hate, as herMily Redeemer.'u Preview:ln the sight of tha
Lord h the death Of'hfe saints." `.
Drao—Neer. McKeesport, Pa., November 26th, after tad
linen of three days. Mrs. Jens, wife of Mr. David Rhodes,
n the 88th year of her age. A • ".
She Was an humble and cotudetent follower of the meek
and lowly Jesus, and member of the Presbyterian Church.
The believer's bore) and the Christian's faith were hers in
life; and also in death. She died as she had lived, putting
all her treat in Christ. .She 'left a husband and two chil
dren to mourn their loss, and departed to - jOin three other
.children who had gone before, to be welcomed home by
hem; and their and. er Redeemer.
"Ohl for the death of those
Who eta mber of is the Lord.''
Disn—On the 10th of November last, Mrs. Jess, widow
of Abraham Barber; hi the Nth year of her age.
Mrs. Berber violent-in Eastern Pennsylvania, and In
early youth removed to Fayette County, Pa. There she
made a profession of religion, and joined the church of
Ihrulap's Creek, "ruder the pastorate of the Rey. Jacob
Jennings. There else she was married; and shortly' rifler.
removed to Cross Creek, Washington, Pa. For many years
she was a highly este , med member of the church of Orate
Creek, of which her husband was an elder. She was die•
tingulshed ibr enlightened and eteadfeat adherence to the
doctrines of the Presbyterian Contender' of Faith, for
faithful attendance upon all erdinancei of religion, and
for a uniformly benevolent and consistent life.' She 'was' a
mother - in Israel, indeed. At last; worn out with age,,
ehadeparted In peace, sustained and eheereiWith : the con-
Adent hope of a blessed immortality. . • 3.8:
Diro—On the liith of October. near Moreno°. Washington
County, fdrs. Jan W., wife of David Vaneman, Egg,
in the 34th year °flier age. - •
• Mrs. Vaneman . was the daughter of Alexander: and Yaw
K. Duncan. From her earliest infancy' she was favored
with proper religious instruction. At the age of twelve
years, she dedicated herself to the service of the Lord, by
the public profession of her faith in Christ. Her piety was
of a quiet,' rnobtrusivi east, but all who''caue Within the
circle of her influence, could not but feel its power. As a
wife and mother, her` bemired husband children can
t stify to her worth. As a Christian, her name wilt be
held in' lively remembrance by the church of which she
wee an esteemed member. As a friend, a large circle of
eociety mourns her departure. She dleplayed very great
Composure atthe appnaeh of the King of Terrors. To her
husband and the kind friends who surrounded her, elm ax.
pressed her entire readiness for death. Among her last
Words' was the declaration that she would rather depart and
be with Jesui t, The presence of her :BarlowWas with her
not only at her entrance into the dark river, but had been
through all hei previous suffering. We mourn for her, but
it is a great consolation to have the assure nee that our lose
is her infinite and eternal gain. - W. 8.8.
Duno.—May 23d, - at the residence Of 'her busbabd, Garvin
Mailvain, Esq., near. Hickory, Washington Co., Mrs. Jana
Manumi t in the 52d year of her age. '
Mrs. Mollvain was a native of Franklin County, in this
State. Before her marriage, she removed -to; Washington
- County. Here she connected herself with the church of
pigeon Creek, then under the pastoral care of the Rev. Wm.
C. Anderson. Subsequently the family removed to the
neighborhood of Hickory. Mrs. MOllvitin, from the time
of her removal to this place, was one of the prominent and
useful members of the chnrelC of Mt: Prospect. rn the
church, and in all the relations of life, she was diatin
guished by exemplary and Christian conduct. As a wife
and mother, she was the nattern of a ghtbniaii.:'libe
leaves a beloved finsinind and a large family of children to
mourn their lees. W.B.K.
Dun- On the 25th ult., Mr ELLTAH Tour, eon of Mr.
Ebenezer Finleya E n ding Elder In the church of,Donlap's
Creek, In the 26114 year of hle age.
Another lingrim him ; gone—fallen asleep in Jesus. For
Hyena years a member of Church, be was respected and
beloved. His end was peace. In the Bret stage of his
disease, be calmly said to his father, If it is the Lord's
pill tike niabYthe present eque t t6p, rsvOld prefer, it e ,
g;#, but thine be done?' , Oh, to be with
anti is preferable; for oar light affliction worketh for nes
rHE REESBYTERIAN BANNER 'AND ADVOCATE.
far more Aciniding end eternal weight oegloiy.'; A feW
bourebefore his death, when asked by his mother if he had
soy message for his brothers and sisters, three of whom
reside in Illinois, one in Kansas, amPone the Rev. Caleb W.
devoted minister, and pastor of the Presbyterian
church of Loudon, Madison County, Ohio, he replied, "Tee,
mother, telt Caleb to preach Jesus, Work for Jeans, and God
will give him strength to do the work he has for him to do."
When near his end, the room being quiet, he requested his
mother to give him the Hymn Book; saying, " I would not
live &item," referring to a favorite hymn, thus beginning..
His mother replied, "Cl my child, you could not read it
now; your father will read it for you." When his
father, had read it, twice over, he said, "Those are
my sentiments." The name of Jesus seemed to be the
only foundation of his hope and solace of his heart throuah
ail his affliction, which be bore with Christian patience end
submission. An interesting wife and two children mourn
their loss, not' to be , repaired. Christiau parentai long
trained ID the school of affliction, meekly say, in the lan
guage of one set forth to be ani."eztample of suffering
allliction, and of patience," "The Lord gave," a c..
bereaved pastor, church, and community, cry out,."
Lord, e for the godly man peaseili: fcir,lhe faithful fait from
among the children of men." " 8 W.
DISD—On the 11th of November, 1869, at the house of her
son in Smith, In Illinets,ln'the 76th year of bey
age, Mrs. Mear hissenstt, relict of Mr. Wm. Marshall, long
known as an elder of Congruity church, In Westmoreland
County, Pa. • ". '
The deceased was. the mother of a large family, which she
raised in the fear of God. To deep .and eincere piety,' she
added a gentle manner, which, together with good sense,'
rendered her beloved wherever she. resided. The heart of
her husband safely trusted her. Her children rose up and
called her blessed. Two of her sons are elders in the
Church.. Otte 'died as he was preparing for the Gospel
ministry, and one, Bev. Dr. Marshall, is a laborious minis
ter, of the Gospel in Texas. She lived 'to see all of her
children members of the Church, and leaves the most of
them to mourn over her loss. 'She was an Israelite indeed,
in whom there was no guile. B.L.
[Presbyterian please copy.]
Dire--October 'lsth, in Anthony Townebiyi, • Montour
County, Pa., Mrs. ELM/MISR •wife of .Mr. 018014311 , P0110ck, in
the 78t11 year of her age. •
For more than fifty years bad she bred and served the
Saviour, walking in all the commandmentsund ordinances
of the l:ird. In the course of her long' life, she passed
through many and sore afflictions ; hut the Saviour was
the stay and support of her soul in every and on her
dying bed she bore most decided testimony te his faithful
new;, and his udequateness to 'supply every want of his,
needy followers. When asked if Jeans was precious to her,
it seemed to rouse her youthful energy, end to revive 'her
Ailing strength, as she answered, 4 'o yes ; _ £ have no hoPe
but in him: Y.have trusted him long, and to many trials,
and he has never failed me, and I am satisfied he will 11t
forsake ininow. lie is all my Salvation; yen, and
. all my
desire" • What an exhibition of the power of our religion I
What a monument, to' warn the' unbeliever -to encourage
weak and trembling believers, in jheir weary pilgrimage
Dure--Movember Ist, at his residence in Wayne Town
ship Armstrong County, Pa., JOSEPH MARSHALL, hr., in the
80th year of hiscge.
Hr. Marshall came into the neighborhood' in which le
died; to reside, in the year 1802 or 1808., His Atther - was
one of the firetsettlers of this region. The subject of this
notice being then a young man,' and a member of a large
family, endured his share of the usnal hardships and priva
tions of the pioneer eettiers of. Western Pennsylvania. At
hie death, he was the oldest member of Glade Run Pres
byterian Church, which was probably organized in his barn,
perhaps more than fifty years ago: How Jong he bas been
a communicating member cannot now be known Re was
always liberal and consistent as a'chirrch member; and was
at one time elected to the once of Ruling Eider, which, on
account of diffidence as to his qualidcations; he declined '
The widow and orphan, and the children of want, esteemed
him their friend. He was loved by his friends, and highly
respected by all who knew him. His tall, manly form, and
white head, is misied'in thisanotuary, where he was regu-
larly found, and delighted to he, althoneh for some years
he • could not hear much that was. said by speakers of
ordinary vocal powers. He has, we :icrite,joiped the Church
above, where Co defects will. mar the pleasures of his
worship. He has left a wife, eve ohildren, and an nnuan -11 y
largireirele of relatives to revere his memory. M.
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THH HISTORY AND HABITS 0? ANIMALS; With
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FRESH STOOK . .
Receitrits9 and for Sate at Low Prices,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL , BY
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The attention of his 51d friends, and the paella generally
"hi invited ton superior assortment; including .
-400 HALE. CHESTS GREEN . AND" BLACK .TEAS,
Selected with the greatest istre,frent the latestiranortations
of the nevi crop. Also a large stock of
' JAVA, RIO, MOCHA, LAGUAYEA COFFEE,
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*Spices, Ac., of every description. ' -
Cataiogeecontaining an,extrinded- list of my Omsk, fur.
nisked.bymail, If desired. .
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Ir=TEST TROT BELL FOUNDRY,
BELLS The subscribers ", have conatantlyfor sale an as
BELLS sortment of Church, Factory, Steamboat, Loco=
BELLS tive,r , Plaritation;Schoollouse, and other Beni,
BELLS mounted in the moat approved and durablemauner.
'BELLS Far fall particulars as to many"recent improve.
BELLS' meats, warrantee, diameter of Bells,spaceoccupled
BELLS. in Tower, rates.of transportation, &e., send for a
BELLS: ' Bells •for ' the South delivered in NS*
BELLS., Tork. Address.. _ _
A. MANNIEGY'S SONS, Agents: -
mylessnr-tf West Troy. y ,
R :2: 0 O F,„ 41; T!'
ati.sto'Batem and Jahligont)
.Sole Mannfactuier and Dealer in the following three die
tient kindeof Rooting :
let. Num' Eleetle . Oement; Felt and Canvas Roofing.
2d. Improved Felt. Cement and aravel - Roofing.
Bd. Patent English Asphaltive Felt Roofing
ALL FIRE AND 'WATER PROOF,* AND WARRANTED
Rooting Natio iatfor h printed instructions for
Mee at Bates & Soinsson's old stand, "
N. 8.-'This GUM CBMBNT ',negro:lied as a paint for
Metal Roofs; fasting twine as ltang and cheaper than common
paint v also as a' paint to 'prevent dampness to Wick Walls.
Wei. H. KIRKPATRICK, rOGN r. KIRKPATRICK,
'Late of thefirmel Kirkpat• Late with Gillespie, Zeller &
' rick & Metegar. Co., Philadelphia.
; '11:117 IL Xi TAX 11. RLRKPATRICK' 41,1 , " ' ICKI.I
, Ww... • - W.WOLOBAL - E:GROO . B.Rai, - ,--
Forwarding land , Commission; Merohaitts; •
And Dwders In
PITTSBURGH MANUFACTURED dATIOLES.
No. 299/ Liberty- Aired, opposite •head of stpicfifield,
Particular attention paid ti'the eat° of Country Primitice:
aßgii - - - • • .
• Warp:l47:thent l arantr"
Honsekeeping Dry . Goods Store
rbers'inay be ibtind a large ASSOrtatallt of all kinds of Dry
Goods, required in furnishing house, thug sating-, the
trouble usually experienced in hunting such article, in
various places.,-In min ssquence of our givingour attention
to this kind of stork, to the exclusion of dress and fancy
- goodsove o , ll...guarantee ourprices;2 and styles .to be the
- most faVorable in the market: ' •
IN LINEN GOODS
we are able to give perfect Satisfaction, being the OLDEIfr.
i ESTABLISHED LINEN STORE in the city, and having
• been for more than, twenty years 4Lregtdar; importers from.
tome of the best mannfactrwers in Ireland. We offer, also,
' • , FLANNELS.-:AND MOSLINN
of the best qualities, to , be obtained, and at the very lowest
prices. ' Blanketti; Quinn, Sfieetbsgs, Tickings, Dainisly
•ffable Cloths, and Napkins, Towelllngs, Diapers, lluckabacs,
Table and Piano OevererDamasks, and Mnreana, Lace. and
Muslin Curtains. Dimities,, Eninitriin Chintzes, Window
Bhadingti, U.; &e. • 'JOHN :IT-COWELL _
S. W. corner of Chestnut, sad, Seven tie Ste. ,"
' anB4tf • idelphia•
E W C A PE T •-•
„ . W.- 15.. MCCALLUM
...pc...87:•101111TE: VERNET, :
Have now onbandtheir newly selected BALL. STOW of
DRUDGETS, FELTING, MATTINGB, , ,
118aRfiR 'RUS; DOOR MTS: —
PIANO' AND TABLE DOTERS,
WINDOW SHADES; STAIR RODS,'"&e.
Weimichase our GoOds on • •
THE HOST 4 . 110 ANTAGEOOS TERMS,
And will , initial . * Die utmost sitisfaction So nil wic; ingy
'favor us :with a can.
We ace determined to sell, at VNIIFORId and
Very Moderate Prices.
.0284.6. , w. D do H. SDCALLE*.
,R 1 i,.
HAZILVL W dr.' CO •
NO. ,88 WOOD, STREET,
Corner of Dlennond Arloy,"Pitteburgh; Pa,,;
. MANITRACTUENDB- OF
Saddleit. 'Harnatil, and Tinidtl;
'ItrvETED DUMBER. HOSE, AND. MACRIND BELTING.
3 8 : 11 - 1 / - , ; •
,B la A. II A N
'PRCE sBb - ' 4o. ' :
, Unequalled for Simplicity, Speed and Beauty.
This Arichine `possesses the ..fellowl . impOrtani advert.
Ist. It uses two threids direct hem the nontmon 400,
and no re winding of thread is necessary. "
2d. The stitch is double locked. and makes a seam of
rcd"istienitti, beauty, and elasticity. •
3d...1t runs easily,' and wth but little noise. •
4th.lt is capable of taking from one hundred to fifteen
:hundred 'giddies per minute, on all kinds of fabric, and
with any kind of.good thread or silk. .
sth. ' be worked hackwarde 'as well as forwards,
and can be started with the foot alone. '; • ; 4 ." '
6th. It uses
. a perpendicular needle bar, and a straight
needles which avoids breaking needles. ' ' •
1 I,th. It letheonlyoheap mschlue that has a,ilammer
tta eh ed, loy which a hem of any width can be turned
down wnd stitched with the machine.
8112. o,ailt, Stitch, gem, Embroider, and Gather,
and its' reet simplicity readers it email)" to be kept idorder,
..and can be successfully operated .by a. ehild= twelve-years
old, possessed"of ordinary intelligence Every machine is
r fully warrstitiod. Full. printed' directirrie atoompany leach
machine. It is in feet the first and only liret,class Machine,
ever iintentedend sold at so low a figure. —' '
Agents wanted in everv..town: throughout the „country,"
antimpon terms that' will ensure a fine paying business
without any possibility of lciss::.. The prices - are' such as .to .
put the txtachines, witbin the resoh,of the .masses, and as
sales are easily Made,. the businens I. beth Pleasant and'
profitable, and suitable for either sex.
Send for our.+tircular of terms to Agents.
' L ASOZGL & bIORTIIRO
n026-3m No..6o.lffarket Street, Pittsburgh. .
NIN 1111 R AS K LANDB.—THE UNDER.
1.111 'shined will attend to this locatineof Land Warrants
in the Otna k a and Nebraska City laud districtri,N. , T. Th e
bind sales will take place in the- months of July . and
_August. After the sales;Land Warrants Can he tired. ThO
lands *JAMB Territory ,are of the ; finest quality. Good
-selectioristin be made`nlitir are,
Missouri Myer, and near
settlements. All warrants entrusted to my care will-be
located on lands selected by careful land examiners.
Letters of i
L, e,Ory,requested. „Terms reasonable,„
ALEX. F. NVKINIfirr
Ortspoils, Oass County,
Emitilis TO ,
ICILAMIR & R&lll4Aculkers, Pit tsburgh. • ;: ,
LLOYD & ifflat.ClE;
RSV. D. M'IIINNEY, P.D.,
'DREXEL & 00., Bankers, PhDs& -
'lf. .rLOMBA.ERT, Auditor Pgina. Philadelphia.
BRYAN, GARDNEgra:oo.,,Mankira, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
WM. M. LLOYD A 00„ Ha nkers, Antall% Pa.
ago: IL .510 WRY, EIRL, (ThiesS".
ALEX. - FINLEY, ESQ., St. Louis.
PROF. N.:LOOMIS, Orilafroliii, N. T: je2.64/
IS5r9 691 0U 4 D °PENING ! 1859.
4StrFALL'AND WINTER GOODS
EATON, GAZE & MACRUM!S :
NEW AND'RETAIL '3*
TRIMMING; MILL INERT,
• ' NOTION .HOUSt,
No Fd.f th - tx;
dN BLEW-ANT ASSOBTHRNT
„Bonnet Ribtene, Mowers an&Phinues ;
Steel Spring Skirts and Frenekee . reets; , •
'oe and Blake Vetite and Drawers ;
Gentleten'oßurmehing ; Goods ; '
Realm* aria Mite;, --
W,oolen - Ifoode and Teaming; .
,Woo 4 andlrarpo; , .
Paney'articlea and NoAons: -
City and Country riterehants, lekninets, and
'bona *Lit our wholesale rooms,: (second story ,of Nos. 17
and DV bimenient of" N0.11491,11' ittnint4 wrOirlfor
,to whOlwasPnyuri,"in price it'd variety ,
present stook. - -
EATON; CREW- &• MACRUM
oft,aux , panacarum AWARDED BY
THE STATE FAIR TO .
G - R A F & c -•
FOR TER ;811.8.1 .
111 're 0 V :WV ,A re-.,11 AA - A 111
era BEST WOO) COOS STOVE.
Diploma` for'. beet'Safindrefitove. 'Also; on hand tar&
assortment of ileatfintiAtoves,, Plain: and . Seamy Grits
Ifrents, Fenders; Hollow-Ware, Ac.
No. 245. Liberty, WM. heatorrof Wood Street fe 91y
' ATIO - 11
a:AWL waaRS WROLESAEII AM; RETAIL. `
'N0.82 iorthAECOA,Street i abo;eArasket,Pfhiladelpida
Thalargest;iliespeki,and beat iasortmeitt of PLAIN and
t ,IIPAN'atiIL4IIP at any other' eifabliihinlnt Me Falai
;;A:lr=AngiNG PreAdigit Minded' A* ' Aire oiai
Tha BANnis Is publlahed weekly, In the elites of Pail
bueghendPhibutelphia, and le adapted to general edkcolath
In the PeesbyterisoChureh. ' • •
IN °LIMN of twenty, and apvrards,
DELIVERED in either of the cities',
AV,VERTIIIENNNTB ; In Advance).
.IPor eight lines t or lea, one inaertion 6 G °elite ; ;Barb sob.
seqturnt insertion 2b 'rents: - Naeh additional line, beyond
'eight, 8 cents for every insertion.
Nor Witt lines, tnreereenthe;s2.oo. Naeh additional line,
/Or eight llaes, One Year, 41.0.50. flack additional lira $l.
Mums of tiro lines, $5 a year, and $1 for each add!
-.Boarames Nomoss.pflen lines or less, One Dollar Beek
additions/line, 5 cents.
sar Oommunioations recommendatory of Inventions,ble.;
Coal Practice, Schoohi,&c. ao., being designed for the peen •
nforgbenellt of Indlyiduall,ehould be paidfor as Business
Bann by mallovhare no good opportunity le otherwlea
at hand. Drafts - oi notes of the larger denomination, era
preferable, where theyhambe conveniently obtained.
- •Pasvone sending ire twenty eubicribere and upward.
will he thereby entitled to a paper without charge.
N.B.'When Presbyterian familieserevery mnehdispersed
they may be accommodated at the Oluh,price,evon though a
few of the twenty be wanting.; Let all besupplied, if possi
ble. .The POOlrfre shall favor, tO our utmostability. Let thei
gapply be rwm, but crempg.perpaidfOr.
for 'Two , Dollars paid, we wilisend Seventy numbers; on
..fcr,One Dollar, Thirty-tbree numbers. 'Phials forthe sake of
easy remittance. •
If Paators,in making up clubs, find. some„persons net
ready to pay at once,they may yet send on the names, at the
Qiub price,ion,theirown responsibllit7 to pay's, shortly. It
to desirable that cluba date their subscription periods at the
Same time. DAVID NoBINNIV do CO , Proprietors.
grIOUGUS. COLDS. HOARSE.
s i .SPildit.„ NCI NESS and INFLUENZA, TERITA
(b 0' :HON, SORENESS, or any affection of the
G p throat, Cuero ; the Hacking Cough in
' aousuroption, Branchttis,Vilmoptn g Cough,
C / Arthma, Catarrh, Extrryno, by BROWN'S
4)00 BROW:MAL' THOCHES, or. Comm LOS-
a A einiple and legit ctenbinatlon for Ootrons, &e."
. „ Dr. G. P. BIGELOW, Boston.
Have proved extremely 'serviceable for Hoziumantes."
• • Bev. Diem! WARD BEECHER.
"I recommend their use to Pomo gramme."
Rev. H. CHAPIN, New York.
Most salitati relief in Bronchitis."
> Bev. B.l3movinsn, Norristown, Ohio.
• "Beneficial ,When compelled to speak, suffering from
Cum" ' Rev. S. J. P. ANDERSON, St. Innis.
"Effectual in removing Hoarseness and Irritation of the
Throat, so ttommorr with Smarms and Seteozas."
Prof. IC STACY JOHNSON, LaGrange, Ga.,
Teacher of 'Music, Southern Smile College.
"Great benefit When taken before and after , preaching, as
they prevent Boareenees. Prom' their past effect, I think
they will be of permanent advantage to me "
, • . • • Rev. B. ROWLEY, A. M,
• President Athens College, Tenn.
Sold by all Druggists at 25 cents per box.
• 'Alio, BROWN'S LAXATIVE Taegu za, or Cathartic Lozenges
for Dvspensitt, Indigestion, Constipation, Headache. Mien
Affections, Ac iml9 Sm
WILLIAMS & JOHNSTON,
- 114 'thriitlifield Street, Pittsburgh,
Have a very choice Selection of Family Groceries, consisting
in part-of thelollowing
100 cheats fine to extra fine Oolong and Chain Teas.
50 " "- " /Tyson, Gunpowder, and pa
50 catty holies extrafine limn, Gunpowder, and Im
50 bbls..Crushed,Pulverised.. and Coffee Sugars.
50 bags Rio, Laguayra and Old Government JEW% Coffee.
20 bbla. extra Syrups and Molasses.
10 " Pure Cider vinegar.
25 boxes M. R.; Layer, and Valenti& Itaisina.
' 10 Mils Sante Currants.
' , lab boxes" Woman's Friend " Soap.
25 ' Coliates Toilat "
50 " Palm. German. and Rosin Soap.
50 " 'Sperm, Star, Opal, and Mold Candler.
25 Pearl'and Silver Gloss Starch.
.150 cans pare ground Spices.
. 100 ' "- fresh Blackberries: .
.1100 lbs ,Cloves, Nutmegs, Mace, and 088818.
,10 oasis Olive, lkwdeaux, and 'Virgin Oils
20 " boxes Cocas, Broma, and Chocolates. .
M/00 lbs. super Carbonate and Sal S tda.
100 dozon Meson's Ind Anhear's Blacking •
Mater,• Butter, Stigar, Soda, and Wine Crackers, &c, &a.,
which they offer Wholesale and Retail, at very moderatead
vances; to Statist:for fatailleit;andrespectftilly eoiicit their
.patronage. , ap4.l-tf
iiirosorm isEWICKLEY ACADEMY.
`l‘ • This Wheel is situated in Beaver County; Pa., about
Ali% miles Nortitrof New: Brighton Station, on the Pitts
burgh, Ft Wayne and Chicago Railroad Its location is
very inviting on account , tif the healthfulness and been ty
bf the„eurrquiding country. The Students are frie from
immoral' associations, and all such surroundings as will
'dliert their minas..
Itis conducted under the conjunct supervision of Rev.
H. WEBBER and Mr. LUMP OSGOOD. Mr. Osgood. is
known, Its "the author of Osgood's Series of Progressive
Readers. and a teen' her of long experience. The Modern
Languages:will hal taught by PROF. 1111110 AFT, a gentle.
man educated in France and Germany.
The Mar Session will commence on TUESDAY, October
25th, 1859,. and continue twenty, two weeks. The course of
instruction Is therough,h m inding all the branches taught
Boarding. Tation;Rdoni, Lights, Fuel, Washing, $65 00
Additional.for Latin arid Greek, each . 5.00
French and German, each . . . 10 00
Instrumental' , 16.00
Yocal ltn - • • • - • 2.06
For further pirticulare address "MY. H. WIDMER, or
Mr. L:013GoOD, Ninth Sewickley, Pa. ockameovra
4 0) // //
FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PENN'&.
WOUNDED IN 1840.
• THE' SPLENDID NEWIIA.LL, OCCUPIED 1859;
'P. DUFF, (author of Duff's Book-keeping, and Arestern
Steamboat derrounrant,) Principal.
Dllifir"WSYSTßilWof Mercantile, Steamboat, Binranil '
•Bailroad Book keeping, are taught under the daily super
'vision of the either: The sanction of the Chamber of
„Oominerwand , ,tmerican Institute of New York, with
PONE FIRST PREMIUM SILVER MEDALS from differeht
Stele Pairs—also.the testimonial of over four hundred
merchants, bankers, and azcountants indicate the senti
ments of all classes of business men in reference to the
superioriky oftheneworks ' • and PIMP , PRIffiffIIMS 'have
:been e.wardad our Penmen by. the Pennsylvania. Ohio, and
„ Missouri Srate,airs, and the United States Fair, over many
"of the best -pinmen An. The country. The Diplomas are
exhibited in our office.
Thinerin's Gems of Perinianehip, $5.00. • ' - '
' Duncan's Now. School pow Books,. in ,eight numbers,
$1.00; postage 9 Cente.
Harper's Enlarged Edition of Duff's Book-keeping, PAO ;
"postage, 20 cents • -
1 Bur circular of fifty pages, a , simple of ilisiness and
Ornamental Penmanship; and an elegant engraving of the
Iron Buildings, mailed on receipt of tire letter stamps.
Address - - ' P. DUST. Principal:
PEIESTER coma"-, PA.
The Wiateiheadon, ofeve monthe,will conunoncethe first
Wednesdayja November. • .
Havens es, for Boarding., lithi,Dight and Tnition in the En
illehbranchea,sso per Session. Ancientand 'Modern. Lew
gullies, each $5., lessons on, the Ilan°, and, nee of Ind=
went, $lB. Painting' end Driving, each $B. Or the pay
meat of $BO, wiliinclade,the whole. ' • -
A dailyetage connectewith the caveat Newarg,Det.,ead
deb st Perkeibirg; Pa. Address
• ,; M. =
oxford. Sept . L 20. 158 ;Amami. ttMICIP, 05te.,144.
aIakATS, THE rruerioni FOR it FULL.
- Course_ in ,the TROLVITY COLLEGII, the largest,.
most extensively patronised, and best organized CoMmer-
Schoolrin :the United States.. • ' • :
. „;. !.iacuit LARGE
For Writing, Commercial Calculations, liocdokeeplag and'
Usual. time to complete a full course, . from, slx to ten
"reeks:. Event student, upon graduating, in 'guaranteed to
be (a:oaf:444ns to manage the Books of art S i. Bushnell, and ,
qualified to . esxn.a solar, of from . ' .
Students enter at any inicUldoU—:lterieW sL
• •-• FIRST •PREMIUMS FOR BEST ,WRITING
Awarded this Institution. The best and greatest, variety of
Penmanship in any one Halt of the Union, termed here.
Air Ministate' sone received at half price. • . •
~•• For full Information; Cinsular, Specimene of Buelnese and
Ornamental Writing;'andlihnbellished Iliewifthe
inclose five letter entraps to: „. ,‘
f e n tf V 7 .7 11 tititT14, - Pittebergb. Fa.
itrlt.oll FEJICALIARI 'f*OLLBGE.—
.jr BEV.' 41 - PERSEIING,A. M., President, assisted by
e Paeulty of eleven teachers..:
liuperior advantages are afforded for obtaining a thorough
Aaideadc and Collegiate :education. Every. 'effort will be ,
Inside to secure the. happiness and improvement of *ll who
may attend. The Collegiate year begins August 81: Second'
8131ffiely Lknemher ; 7; and , the third, March 2E. Taltlonxe
ries from $8 to sts'per Benton, according to studies. Per
further information apPly to the President, or to Profeisior .
J. .H: KNOWLEI3„ Pittsburgh, Pa. &WS
y KftSIILLIQDf , INSTITUTID.
, ;Itirir. SANDERS 'DIEFENDOSP, D.D., - Principal and
Prafessor of Languages.
John Simpson, A. 8., Professor of Mathematice •and de.
: Samuel Glass, M.D., Lecturer on Anatomy : and Physiology.
Bev. Jenne dshenharst, Professor of Moral and Itat
Janina Yocum, M. D , LeCturer on Cheinistrjr.
`Mr. Peter Zahner, Tutor.
Mr. J. A. Leyenberger, Tutor %idiomatic:B
Mr. Z. W. Armentrout, Lecturer on flook.keeping.
Mr. Henry L. Grebe; Profesior irt"Mtudc
ThPlnetitution is located in • the quiet and, healthy vil
lage of BaYtievnle, Ashland Co. Ohio - .Wring. the last
year there' were over Two aundred Students, Maps and- Pe
male, in attendance Diplomas are aWitra ed to you ugh:dire.
'who flab& the-eourse of attidies laid down in the Catalogne.
. - The branches ,taught, era the following :..Arithmet,m,
Higher. Arithmetic, arid Mental Arliturietia, Geegraphy,
English Grammar, Analysis, Orthography, Book Keep
ing. Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, apd all the
higher •mathematics, ' Philosophy. Ohemietry; Aktron
omy. Botany, Physiology, • History, Mental and Moral
Science, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and the Latin
and Greek Authors usually read in College..
For Seventy-lrive Dollars, paid in advance,* studentphall
receive good board, a room furnished with bedstead, table,
chkrs, stove arid' fuel,- and tuition in any, of the , above:
branches for Two Sessions of Five Months. each Or for Porty- -
two Dollars and Fifty Ceuta-paid on the 20th of Obtober
meat, all the , above items wi l be'funiished for theilVinter
Owl= of Five 'deaths. - . -
The next Session will open October 27tb..1';
Two~stadente will occupy ,the same 'roomoi„ end furnish
their own bedding, 'wbich can easily tie 'brought in their
Irenka., - IStlidenta are admitted && ariyAiree. •.!1:
uction is,given on . .the Piano andidelodeon, etc,.
'll64te ; '
$1.60 per yes
2.00 iC CC