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STRAW GOODS, PIEVIARYSDINIFIA.... - GOO wive:tire
ment of M. H. Ward. Dealers •is artistes of this
;anti, would .80 troll to osaA on obis geooktutmn.
Frogress iu Ca4an4la,
The Reform Association of 'Upper Camas, l ime
dented a long Address, advocating , a dissolution of
the union now esistlng, and un eiftablishment of
two or more Provisoes, with local Legislatures, a
Central authority •te administer matters Of com
,moorgereet, and a written Constitution. 'lf this
should prove suoisessful, it Would' be R step toward
a Milted States of the North, ,
The Merchants' Rote], Fkillttelphia.
Messrs. Chunlore McKibben and Bon have
'ben for roll' m 41 29 Yeare errgsged in the hotel
lbusioess, both in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia,
end very many ratour readers can bear witness to
. . .
the faithfulness -With which they have always
disohsrged the duties,of their poet. At the Mer
chants', the tritieler May be allays certain' of ob.
Mining comfortable lodging, food of the beet
quality, and served , up in the Wet etyle, and kind
and attetttlre treatment, at moderate rates. Vie.
itoraybo•mate one trial of this excellent house,
will not be eaely prevented from returning. The
looatton is central, and easy of access from all
parts of the city.
A Fine Picture.
Dayton & Co., No. 87 Park Row, N. Y., have
issued an elegant engraving of Thorwaldsen's
celebrated sculptures of Christ and his Apos-
tles. It is exceedingly well done for a lytho
graph, the distinctive features of the characters
being completely given. The group is inclosed
iu an illumination of exquisite beauty, and many
finely delineated Scripture scenes, such as John's
Preaching in, the Wilderness, The Last Supper,
Christ blessing Little Children, etc. There seems
to be an Jimmied disposition, lately, to provide
a superior class of religious engravings for prat
lies. This sample is one of the very beet.
The picture will be an ornament to any parlor,
as well as a subject of profi table study for any
family. • Horace ,Greely, of the Tribune, and Dr.
Prime, of the Observer, differ in many things, but
they unite in commending this Picture, and
in saying that money sent to Mr. Dayton will be
certain to bring, in return, all he promises.
The Oil Region.
The diooveries of oil in North-Western Penn
sylvania, are still extending. It is already a
source of much wealth, and if the supply shall
prove eximnetless, oil is likely to follow next after
coal and iron in the miners/ productions of Penn
sylvania. We oopy from an exchange, as follows
The oil operations - are still in progress at an in
creasing rate, the number of wells now in the
course of boring being almost incapable of a cor
rect estimate. At Franklin, Pa., they have a
well, known as the celebrated Evans well, which
they maintain is superior, to the Drake well, or
any other in the vicinity of Titusville. The oil is
not confined to any one county or district. Dis
coveries have been made through the whole
North-western part of the State, and in one county
of Ohio, and it is probable that future discovery
will increase' these boundaries. The oil is found
at various depths;
in some instances, as near the
surface as twelve feet; in others, only at a depth
of twenty times that distance.
The Cleveland Herald states that oil has been
discovered in Trumbull County, Ohio. A farmer
in Mecca dug a well, aud'at the depth of twenty
five feet struck a rock from which oil oozed out in
considerable quantities. He went further and
found water, but so impregnated with oil as to be
unfit for nee. Some oil speculators leased the
farm, Rld are now skimming' the fluid from the'
surface of the water.
The Convention of Republicans, and other , op
ponents tciihe Administration, which met at Har
risburg, last week, seems to have been an exciting
000asion to politioians. There is, at such times,
much talk, a portion of which may indicate the
state of popular 'feeling, and the current of "na
tional events—a current, however, subject to
impediments and changes.
The Convention nominated Col. ANDREW CUR•
gm, of Bellefonte, as the party, candidate for
Governor. It also recommended the Hon. Simon
Cameron, now United States Senator for Pennsyl
vania, as a suitable person for President, and In
structed the Delegates from this State to the
Chicago Convention, to support him as the party's
nominee; the vote of the State k be east as a unit,
and for Mr. Cameron, as long as Ms name may be
'before the body.
The resolutions relative to the great national
agitating question, may be worthy of recOrd, as
showing the sentiments of a powerful party in
the Keystone State. We copy the more import.
ant ones, ae follows :
Resolved, That, believing . Slavery to be an elegy
meat of political weakness and of social infelicity,
we are unalterably opposed to its extension into
RaoNed, That to maintain inviolate the rights
of the States, 'and' esipeoially the right. of each
State to order and control its own domestic insti
tutions according to its own judgment exclusively,
is essential to that balance of power on which the
perfection and endurance of our political fabric
depends; and we denounce now, as heretofore, the
lawless invasion by armed force of the soil of any
State or Territory, no matter under what pre
texts, as among the gravest of orioles.
Resolved, That it does not enter into the scheme
of the Opposition party to seek . the abolition of
slavery in the States where it now exists, but to
leave the amelioration and ultimate abandonment
of the system to the moral, religions, and econo
mic forces which pertain to the slaveholding com
munities, assured of the final prevalence of justice
throughout all the land, among all the inhabit
Resolved, That to the union or the States this
nation owes Its unprecedented increase in popnla•
tion, its surprising development .of. material
resources, its rapid augmentation of wealth, its
happiness at home and its honor abroad, and
that, consequently, we hold in abhorrence all
machinations ,for disunion, come from whatever
source they , •
Resolved, That While we are now opposed, as
we ever have been, to the extension of slavery,
we hail the people of the South as brethren, in
whose prosperity we rejoice, and whose conetitn•
tional rights and privileges we are prepared to
sustain and defend. That in the spirit of good
neighborhood, whenever the passions of ilifferent
sections of our common country come in conflict,
we stand on the ground of mutual forbearance,
believing that a fraternity of feeling is a ohief
ement of our national strength.
The Democratic Convention into be held on the ,
23th, in Reading.
[Prom the Pittsburgh Chronicle.i
The Inauguration of Clark Mills' Statue
The anniversary of the birth of George Wash.
ington was celebrated at the National Capital on
Wednesday, the 22d inst., in a most imposing and
patriotic manner, notwithstanding the extreme
inclemency of the weather. The immediate occa
sion of the demonstration was the inauguration of
the Equestrian Statue of Washington, ordered
by Congress from Clark Mills, Esq., at a cost of
$50,000, soon after the successful erection of his
Equestrian Statue of General Jackson. The Elev.,
enth Regiment of New York was present, by
invitation, and comprised six hundred and forty
seven men, all told, including the baud and drum
corps. The ringing of bells, and the display of
flags, streamers, and decorations in all directions,
was in harmony with the great occasion. The
Government and city offices were closed, and
there was a general holiday.
The procession, comprising many splenclici t look-
log military oompanies, alt the Government au
thorities and employees, from the President down
to pages, Masonic, and other similar A.ssociations,
Faculties, and students of Colleges, Literary,
&tontine, Benevolent Societies, Fire Companies,
artisans, citizens, and strangers, was very long
None of the Diplomatic Corps were present.
They were assigned a place in the programme im
mediately after the Judges of ,the Supreme Court
of the United States, but thie they declined to
occupy, for the reason, ft is said, that their place
should be directly after tee Executive officers of
the Government. This point of etiquette was
previously raised on the occasion of .the funeral
of Post Master General Brown, and, has not yet
The column reached the President's house at
about four o'clooli, under an nnolonded sun. The
view of the procession as.it neared the cirdle of
the great point of attraction, woe spiekidid. The
precession having reached the circle, tba military
wheeled to the right of the enclosure, while the
Prominent civilians :
ans entered it and laalt, seats on
the platform. The Cabinet officers. With the ex
ception of Secretary Floyd, sat together. The
President, Viols President, and Clark 'Mills, the
artist, were in proximity to each other; aid the
orator of ties day was, of coarse, conspicuous.
The platforms was tastefully decorated with the
sags of England, France, Russia, Prussia, Aus
tria, Bratil, Peru, Chili, the Netherlands, Bain.
- dor,lesomark, Portugal, Sardinia, Central Amer
iea, Naitites, Spain, Mexico, Buenos Ayres, Para
-gusy, and Rome. Oar own dug waved above all,
and the desk was profusely decorated with the
stare and stripes. •
THE INAUMEATION ©MEMORIES
commenced at five (Meek, by a prayer by the
Rev. Br. Nadal, of the Methodist Episcopal
(Thumb, which was followed by a very able, elo
quent, and patriotic oration by Hon. Thomas S.
Bocook, of Va. f the orator of the day. Mr. Bo
cock was greeted with general and repeated
cheers. He spoke without any notes, whatever,
and though be wits physically indisposed, acquit
ted himself in a manner that elicited the warmest
encomiums on his style of oratory. George C.
Whiting, Esq., Grand Master of the Grand Lodge
of the District of Columbia, then proceeded to
conduct the Masonic ceremonies, and after ad
dressing the President of the United States,
extended to him the gavel, who, on receiving it,
made a brief but appropriate speech, as follows:
" FELLOW-CITIZENS-I accept the auspicious
omen-now presented to us in this calm sunset
almost without a cloud. The early pare of the
day wag boisterous. Many accidents also occur
red to delay the progress of these ceremonies.
But these occurrences have terminated as, thank
God, always has been the ease in the history of
our country. if storms and tempests beset us in
; the morning, the end of the day is still, clear,
bright, and animating. Stroh, I trust, will ever
be the issue of the gloom and darkness that for a
season appear to envelop us. (Applause.) The
honorable and important dutylas been assigned
to me of dedicating this Statue of Washington,
which is a noble production of native American
genius. This welcome and grateful task I now
proceed to perform. Standing here on this beau
tiful and commanding position, surrounded by
Senators and Representatives of all the Slates
of the Confederacy, and by a vast assemblage
of our fellow—citizens, civil and military,
and in full view of the noble, Potomac which
Washington loved eo well, and' of the Shores of
the 'ancient Commonwealth which gave him
birth, I now solemnly dedicate this Statue to
the immortal memory of the Father of hie
Country. (Applsiuse.) , I perform this act of
pious devotion, not in the name of the people of
the North, or, the South, the East, or the West;
not in the name of those who dwell on the waters
of the Atlantic or of the Pacific, but in the name
of the whole American people of the United
States, one and indivisible, now and forever.
(Loud applause, and cries of ,4 Hurrah for Old
Buck.") May the God of our fathers preserve
the Constitution and the Union for ages to come.
May they stand like the everlasting hills, against
which the tempests from every quarter of the
heavens shall beat in vain. In a word, may they
endure so long as the name of Washington shall
be honored and cherished among the children of
men. (Renewed and prolonged applause.) May
Washington Oity, which he founded, continue
througuout many generations to be the Seat of
Governmomt of a great, powerful, and united
confederacy. Shduld it ever become a ruin by a
dissolution of the Union, it will not, like the
ruins of Balbeck and Palmyra. be merely a mon
ument of the vanity of human greatness, buy it
will teach the lesson to all the dwellers upon
iarth that our grand political experiment has
failed, and that man is incapable of self-govern
ment. May such a direful disaster to the human
race be averted, and in the language of Solomon
at the dedication of the Jewish temple, '‘, May
the Lord our God be with us, as he was with our
fathers. Let him not leave us nor forsake us."
(Applause.) May this be the_prayer of all pres•
eot, and may each one return to his home in
heart more ardently patriotic and more deter
mined to do his whole duty to God and his country
than when we assembled here to-day."
Slark Mills, the artist, then advanced, giving
the order to unveil the Statue. In the burry to
do this, the attendants did not perform their duty
perfectly, and only a part of the Statue was re
vealed. Meanwhile, the thundering of cannon,
sounds of music, throat-straining cheers and ex
pressions of wild delight, greeted the exhibition.
The waving of bats and handkerchiefs by persons
'within and outside the enclosure, was a noticeable
feature ; and these signs of joy were also made
by persons on housetops, in trees, and other tee
vated points. Clark Mills being loudly called
for, addressed the assembly in a brief speech,
after which the immense concourse gradually dis
Go Os.—The students of South Carolina Col
lege, have come out in suite of grey kerseys of
Southern manufacture. This is admirable.
LE AVSKRORTH, Feb. 24.—Governor Medary
vetoed the bill abolishing Slavery in the Territory
of Kansas. The Legislature took up the bill
again ' end passed it over the veto, by a vote of
30 to 7.
krontscm, K. T., Feb. 24.—The last rail was
laid on the Atchison and St. Joseph Railroad yes
terday. The road will be etooked and regularly
opened on the first of March.. It brings Atchison
in direct railroad connexion with the principal
cities in the Union. The morning train to St.
Louis will be seventeen hours. '
'PITTSBURGH, Tuesday, February 28th, 1880.
APPLIM—Inke Shore primei 5.283.50 per bbl. York
Stew. 3 50.
HOTTER AND Roos—Prime Roll Rutter, 148150. lb.
Eggs,l4ol.sc. per dozen.
lisoon--Oonntry cured Hams, 10a; city mired do., 10 1 4 c;
Shoulders, city cured, 80.; Bides, 9%0
Oasion-10010Ac , 9l lb. Hamburg, lie.
Damn Faurr—A ppl es, 1.75@ L 8102.00 'f bush:
FLora—from store, Superflue, 65.8005 65 ; Batt's, 570®
5.75; Extraltamily, 5.90q56.00; sod Fancy, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gams—Oorn, on the wharf. 60@880.
HAOCERIZA—SugAr: N. 0., 854(g9c. Molasses: N. 0., dß@
490. Coffee, 18WRI03o.
HOOP POLID--T CO V; M. •
MfD LZATREA--Greeo beef tildes dare; Omen salted
Wes, at 8 1 /A9c. Dry Flint, at" 17c " Rough country
leather at 24)27c.. Dressed Leather is quoted so fol.
lows: Red Spanish' 8010, 21425 c. .Ib.; Slaughter. Sole,
26@290. cplb.; Upper Leather, :83 .00038 00 II dos ; Bridle
Leather, 40.000145.00 i 6 dos; Skirting Leather, 32@i240. tijl
11).; Harness, 27@390. lb.
Oita—No. 1 Lord Oil, 68c: Crude Coal Oil, 800. Ti gal.
Beans—Flax, 1.25@L30. Clover, 4.18 bush.
' Nem Yam, February 27.—Cotton 1114 for middling
uplands. Flour : 6.200825 for super. State; 5.30(06.60 for
extra Matti; email@example.com for super. Western ; 6.35 for common
to medium extra Western; and 5.85(46 00 Sir shipping
brands or B. EL 0. Caesdian Flour, 6 55(65.76 for common
to choice extra. Bye Flour, 3.70(04.40. Cori Meal 3.60(§1
8.76 for Jersey. Wheat : prime white Canadiao, 1.62; com
mon billwaukie Club, L 22. Rye, 87688. Barley Cana
dian, 80c. Corn, 81482 for common to prime white and
yellow. Oats, 443,045 for Western apd Canadian, and
463 @)4d for State.
PAULAIALNILI, Y -bruin,' 27 ---'Plour, 5,firstname.lastname@example.org for stand•
lied and good brands, 6.00 for extra, 6 50 for Western extra
family, and 64707.25 for fandy brands. 'Rye, 4 email@example.com
Corn bleat: Penna., 3.6234 per bbl. Wheat: good to prime
red, 1.374 1.40, and white 1.5601.51. Rye, 92e. Corn, 7545.
760. Oats, 440443.0.
DITYF'I3 MBHCANTILE COLLIGS, FIFTH STERZT,
FITTSBLIIIGH t PA.—An.- extensive traveler in the
West and South, states that the recent multipli
cation of Commercial Colleges has raised the
reputation of fhb . ; institution higher than ever.
The knowledge of Book—Keeping and business
obtained in most of them amounts to nothing
more' than own be obtained from any common
school, while the nnifonn superior attainments' of'
the students of this institution are daily adding
to its, long established, widely extended repute
This dangerous and often fatal disease had
long baffled the skill of the most eminent physi
cians, when the discovery of Dr. M'Lane's Liver
Pills solved the difficulty, and presented to the
world the Great Specific, which bas attained
such wide.spread celebrity for its certainty of
cure. This successful remedy was , the result of
many year's study, in which the symptoms were
narrowly observed, and are thus described by the
Doctor himself :
" SYMPTOMS OF h. DISEASIM L:van.—Pain in
the right side and sometimes in the left, under
the edge of the ribs—the patient being rarely
able to lie on the left; pain sometimes under the
shoulder-blade, frequently extending to the top
of the shoulder—often mistaken for rheumatism
in the arm"; sickness of stomach, and loss of-ap
petite; bowels mostly costive, but sometimes
alternate with lax; dull, heavy sensation in the
back part of the head; lose of memory, with un
easiness of having neglected something; some,
times dry cough ; weariness and debility ; ner
vous irritability ; feet cold or butning, and
prickly sensation of skin; low spirits, lassitude,
with disinclination to exercise, although satisfied
it would be beneficial. In fact, the patient dis
trusts every remedy."
Rave you any, or all of these symptoms ? If
so, you will find a certain remedy in Dr. M'ltne's
Pills. Prepared by Fleming Bros, of Pitts
Purchaaers will be careful to ask for DR. 3P
LANE'S CELEBS.ATED LIVER PILLS, manu
factured by FLEMING BROS. of Prrrentraalt,
Pe. There are other Pills purporting to be Liver
Pills, now befOrn the puhlic. Dr. M'Lane's gen ;
nine Liver Pills, also his celebrated Vermifuge.
can now be had at all reapeotable drug 'Acres,
None genuile reilhoui the signature of
126] FLEMING BROS.
Tilt - P. RWRYTE:R i A.N BANNER Atif, ~ktion,k)Alli
News from Europe is to the 8:h of February.
GLAMIITONS'S STATEMINT.-Mr. Gladstone
rose amidst great cheering and proceeded to
make his financial statement. He stated that
the annual income bad been satisfactory, having ,
produced L 70,578,000, 'while the expenditure
was 468,953,000. The estimated expenditures
for the ensuing year were £70,100,000, and the
estimated income from existing resources would
only be 400,700,000, and an apparent deficit of
49,400,000. To meet this, he proposed an in
come tax for the year of 10d in the £1 on in
comes above $l6O, and 7d , on•incomes below
that sum, which would give a surplus of nearly
half a million. The army estimates are 415,-
800,000, including £5.000,000 for the China war.
The budget was received with ,cheers, and its
consideratioh was fixed for the 20th.
The question of the annexation of Savoy to
France had been debated in the House of Lords,
and strong sentiments *ere uttered against the
Lord Granville said the British Government
bed reoeived assurances that the annexation 'was
not now contemplated.
Lord Sohn Russel announced that England
had made four propositions to France and Austria
relative to the settlement of the Italian difficulties,
1. Neither Power to interfere without the con
sent of the five Great Powers.
2. The French troops to be withdrawn.
8. Venetia to be leit to Austria.
4. Therentral Italian States to held% again to
express their desires
Franoe bad agreed to all but the fourth prolm
Austria had not replied, but it was understood
that that Government objected to two of the
Lord John Russel expressed , confidence in an
amicable settlement of the question.
The Great Ship Company, on the recommenda
tion of the Committee on Investigation, resolved
to borrow £50,000 to get the steamer Great Ease
ern ready for sea without delay. The oslimated
oost to prepare her for America was £BO 000.
The Emperor of Austria bad received a por
tion of the Hungarian deputation, and promised
The annexation of Savoy and Nine to Franoe,
continued to claim attention. Count Walewski,
it is said, tells his friends that Lord John !tassel
misrepresented the effect of hie communication
to Lord Cowley, and that, far from denying the
imputation, be frequently told the English Am.
bassador that in a given case France must have
The ratifications of the commercial treaty be.
tween France and England were exchanged at
Paris on the 4th Instant. Its provisions would
not be ,ofrioially promulgated till the 10th instant,
when the budget - Ras to be laid , before Parlia
In, all the churches of Paris the priests, by
order of the . Archbishop of Paris, read the lasi•
enoylical letter from the Pope. The Archbishop
has also ordered public) prayers to be offered nn.
til Easier, in order that his Holiness may over
come the tribulations to which the Church is now
A letter from Milan says
n We continue to receive more and more afflict
ininews from the vicinity. They have sent off,
for tile fortresses of Moravia and the Danube,
two trains, one of eighty and the other of one
hundred persons, all in chains, who had been ar
rested on suspicion of feeling a love for their
country. These individuals have not undergone
any form of trial. Fresh arrests have been made
in all the towns of Venetia. These towns are
still deserted, and every day, sots of violence are
committed. They persist in their acts of provo
cation in order to force the people to resist, by
which they would have a pretext for venting their
raze on every one."
It is reported that the Pope Is about to excom
municate Vidor Emanuel of Sardinia.
The correspondent of the London Times has
been ordered to quit Rome.
It is stated that Franoe has expressed a dis
position to withdraw the troops from Rome, pro
vided the Pope consented, and engaged to call in
no other foreign troops.
The Pope has made another speech, extremely
hostile to France,
The. Austrians are constructing four . new forts
round Pesahiera, and tasking great military
For Sale. .
TWO SOIIOLAREIRIPS in the IRON CITY OOLLEGE
An quire at Thin niece. tf
By Rey. John N'Olinteck, on December 18th, Mr. WILLIAM
N. XR*lii, of Corning, New. York, to Mee BLIZADITH
daughter of Delve* +Morrie, merchant. of Griteneboro% Pa.
On the 131 th of January, Mr. JEPH7H6 P. larcattan, to Miss
Mess E. DATIDBoN, Oarmicbaele, Pa.
On February 13th, In West Union, Va., by Rev. W. 4.
Alexander. Mr., BENJAMIN:F. Wontoos,. to Mtos Mona Bar,
tuts. of Marshall County, Va. February ad, Mr. Joins
LANZ. Jr... of New Athens, Ohio, to Nits ELIZA TATLOR;Of
Morahan, Opanty, Va. .
On the 14th of February, by Bar. Virflt. Vincent, W. D.
Putman, M.D., of Jefferson Co., to Miss Meta J. Tansiniuor
Belmont County, Ohio.
February 7th, by Rev. John M. Jonee, Mr. CLARKSON B.
Wausau, to KIRI JULIA. N. T. Daweea. On the 9th Inst.,
Mr. Minium F. Eartaation to Mira Luau WIIIRNAN, all of
Boon County. lowa. On the 14th inst., Mr. JOBN NUBIA,
late of Indiana County, Pa., to Mies Ank Jana N., daughter
of J. F. and •Margaret Bkilee, of Muscatine County, lows.
On the 21st inst., by Rev. Samuel Patterson, Mr THOMAS
R. RESSSR, of TIISCICRWSS County, Ohio, to Mime RSOMIL
C. Lams, of Harrison County, Ohio.
By Rev. J. M. Hastings,, on the evening of February 23d,
Mr. 3suusa H. Jetnreom, of Pittsburgh, to Hiss frisoont
THOMPSON, of Wilkineburg, Pa. •
(Announcements, GILLTII3; additional remarks, Yin CeNiS
Um, nine words being* a tined
Dien—On Friday, the 20th nit:, Mr. A. R. CRAM, Of Bed
ford, Pa, in the 67th year of his age.
Dmo—On the 10th of February, et the residence of her
brother. Rev. W. R. Vincent, in the full hope of the Gospel,.
Dire. &moult V. Coins', In the 87th year of her ego.
Dian—January 14th, 1840; in 'Knox. County, 111., Mr
Gamma Cusaau, in the 72d year of age.
IDDOVDD ADD BAKIDDIS
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
A NEW STYLE. PRICE, $50.00.
CORNER OF FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS,
(over Mrns* Dry Goods Store,) ENTRANCE ON
EIFTII STREET, PITTSBURGH.
405 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. .
730 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
VP- These Machines sew from two , spools, and form a
seam tar unequalled strength, beauty, and elasticity, "
which will nor rip, even if every fourth stitch be cut.
They are unquestionably the best in the market for
Sar SEND %OR A CIRCULAR. '(ill
$lO u Ait D:—LOST, OR THE
2/1 ult., a large-sized DAGUERRICOTYPS of
a . actutend friend. The pietnre is that of a gentleman hold
ing a smell !Inglis& Terrier dog upon his knee. The above
reward will be paid tar it if left at the DAILY GAZETTE
Otßoe, of this miy. mart•it
SOIIOIIARIIIIIP FOR II A LEE IN
JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 0 iNONSBURG, PA.
A EMI:MY k caolarship, admitting a whole fatally, fer
twelve years, to all Department! in the inetitation,
eluding the Ptinutry Department, will be sold for $45 00.
Al ply to P. DUFF,
nrar3-It -Merchant's College, Pittsburgh.
CLFRIt OF COURTS.
JAMES LowaY, an.. of Pittsburgh, nil' be a candidate
for Clerk of Courts, subject to the decision of the Republican
County Convention. mar3-3m*
Manufacturer and Dealer in Straw Goods,
NOS. 108 7 105, 'AND 107 NORTH SECOND ST.,
Is now receiving his SPRING STOCK, which will comprise a
large and desirable assortment of.STRAW AND LACE GOODS.
Mame Institute for Young Ladies.
We have the pleasure of announcing to the friends and
patrons of Olome, that the ensuing Bummer Benton (coca.
-meaning on the first Monday of May) will open under
every favoreole auspices. corps of. Teachers of superior
worth and qualificatlmus, bee already. been secured. and no
efforts wilite spared to render the Institution ' worthy the
patronage of the &Wiz
Circulars, announcing tbe counts of study, terms, dc.,
will be issued within a few days, and. may then be had on
application to the Priattpal. OLLVId J. FRB NCH,
marit-lt ' . Canonsburg, Pa.
A CONCERT OF SACRED . MUSIC
WILL DE GIVEN IN . ,
Dr. Swift's Church, 4.ll6gheny City,
ON THURSDAY EVENING, ._ MARCH :11TH,
FOR TICE BENEFIT OF TILE
GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHUM Manchester.
PART I. , , ;
1. etioatiS—Now Elevate the Sign ofJudah Haydn.
2. Duerr—Arrayed in Clouds.
3. Czzoitus—Sons of Zion - Nauman.
4. CtOARTETTE—WbiIt Beanie SO Bright Ereutzer.
5. Soto Ann Caucus—The Marvelous Work Haydn.
6. QUARTETT9.--DaWn Gentle Flower
7. thionus—Glory be to God on High Mozart.
1. Cnortus—lTow Ding Wilt Thou Forget Me • G..F. Root.
2. Tato—Protect us Through the Corning Nlght.'..Corschmsuri.
3. CaosaioNiglit's Shale No Longer iros i ini,
4. Dum-0 Lovely Peace Handel.
5. Cnonos—Trltunphant Zion Gluck.
6. QuEvrerre—Rest, Spirit, Rest Rourke.
7. CUORUS—Strike the Cymbal • Pactia.
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the music oteres of J. 11.11IELLOR and 11. N . l,F,,pmn, said at
the door. tmer-St
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local the exhibition of this excellent medicine in hisses of
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effectually stops the progreas of the distemper
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snaky all Druggists, at ?do., elk., and sl . per pot or , box.
1110. OPIG ADi Ds °ERNA. Boma=
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LIFER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA; NERVOUS DE
From. the Roy. J. U. Turner, Pastor of Redding M. E.
De. .7Aolcsow :—Dear Sir :—llaving used your a German
Bittern" in my family frequently, I am prepared to any
that it has been of great service. I baileys ithat In moat
cases of g-Deral debility of the system, it is the safest and
molt saleable remedy of which I haire any knowledge.
Yours, respectfully, • •- J.. TURNER,
726 N. Nineteenth Street.
Philadelphia, April 20th,1.a59.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Price_76
cents per bottle.. • ; mar<
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TO THE CHRISTIAN WORLD.
The Celebrated Large Engraving,
CHRIST AND HIS APOSTLES,
(FROM VIORWALDSEN'S IMMORTAL OROVP. FRU 24 /31 30.)
A BEAUTIFUL sIBLg'IN CILT,
FOR ONLY $2.00.
It le pre.emtnentli appropriate Tor the
Either on the parlor wall or centre table I
It ti a
of our Divine Saviour I
Magnificent Wreath of - Art
on rho' angelic altar of our Faith 4..
[From Rev. Dr. Prime, Editor of the "New York Observer."]
Dayton it: Co.'s advertisement of their fine engraving ef
Therwaidsen's celebrated group of" Christ and his Apostles,"
will attract attention. One of the pictures hang blear study,
and we regard the work as eminently suitable for the walls
of every Christian household. The beautiful clasped Bible,
which is presented with it, is bound in ‘reiret and gilt, -and
the price at which he offers. themio.low; that thousarks
may avail thernselrespf the opportunity. We hope they will
- . .
• SECOND NOTICE; • .
[From the Itey. Dr. Primiti
DAYTON'S Etroasvmas.—We would again call attention to
Mr. Dayton's advertisements. We have every reason to be.
-neve that there will be the proper response front Mr. D.'S
establishment to any letters containing money for Its splendid
works of Art..
[From the New York Leader.]
The fine lithography'of
"'Christ and IllsApostlea" • "
with most elaborate surroundings, a copy of which attracted'
great attention at the fair for the Sisters of 'kerey, is a most
- valuable adjunct to' tho office, .the studio, or -the= boudoir.
The gift accompanying this enterprise is a fine pocket
- bound In purple and gold.
, The Bible:which We present With this imprestV6 engraving;*
is 24m0., bound in velvet—with - gilt rims and clasps, worth
at retail from's2 to $l. .
To those who wish - to purchase this religious picture
without the Bible, the price is $l, with 12 cents to pay
Send to DAYTON & CO., 27 Parle•Row, N. T., $2, and
25 cents in stamps for return postage - on'Brigraving and
-s 4 ,*' Editors giving the shove an insertion and 'forward - Inge
copy of. their.paper, marked, will receive a copy of either of
our publications by mail, ,prepaid. ,Address ,
DAYTON' &. CO.,
• 7 11 Paik-RoW, New York.
, [From the Herald Truth.]
Dayton's Engraving of Thonvaldsea's "Chtist and His
Apostles" is a magnificent grinip. - ,Ttie engraving'is-exe
cuted in a masterly mannerotrol, as a work:of art, is highly
/RI With special permission, wo invite all oar patrons to
write to.the Rev. Mr. AlBoon, of the " Presbyterian Banner,"
that'we are responsible, and that our hesintiful engraving and
elegant Bible are not finarepresented. `' mar3.3m
.IVI:.T - : lit.iii.i'i:ON:S.
SOLD OF THE
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STANDAIp .--- C . 11091,10QA,5 . ;
L BARNES, & NITRE,
5 &53 JOHN STIEET,
Desoriptirs CataZogues oftheir Publication*
sent postpaid to any part of the U. State*.
Among the Books Published by them are: a
1. Davies' Complete Cowrie of Mathematics. • 2f) Vols.
2. Willard's Series of School Histories. •
8. Monteith and McNally's System of Geography.
4. Clark's System of English Grammar.
5. Parker & Watson's Series of Readers and Spelleri.
6. Parker's Natural and ExperitiventaltPkilbsophy.'
7. Porter's Principles of Chemistry.
F. Northend's_Double Series of School Speakers and Din
g. Smith & Martin's Single anil'Double ` Entry littek ,
10. Beers' System of Penmanship.
11. Brookfield's First Bpok in Composition.
12. Boyd & sfahan's System of Logic. •
13. llahan's Intellectual Philosophy. '
14. Boyd's Kames' Elements of Criticism.
15. Boyd's Edition of English Poets: •
16.1Irooks' Latin and Greek Classical Series,
17. Smith's Orthographical Works.
MATHEMATICAL TEXT-BOOKS, '
USED IN TILE MILITARY ACADEMY OE TIIE UNITED
STATES AT NrEsr•roDiT
Davies' University Arithmetic:
Davies' Bourbon's Algebra. • • •
Davies' Legondro's Geometry.
Davies'Blements of Surveying.
Davies' Descriptive Geometry. • [ .•:
Davies' Shades, Shadows, and Linear Perspective.
Bartlett's Analytical. Mechanics. '
Bartlett's Acoustics and Optics. - • .
Bartlett's Spherical Astronomy.
Many of the above are also'thO' Text-Boolsti of the New
York Free Academy; Columbia College; N. K, State Normal
School, and Rochester University; also University of Vir
ginia, Michigan, and numerous other Institutions in the
different States of the Union. • ' • •
THE SCHOOL 'TEACHERS' LIBRARY:
A. S. BARNES & BURR
Putillah the well-known Talmo, under' the; herittof Teacktera'
Library, consisting of ten vols., and •highly recommended to
the School Teachers of the United States, at $1 per volume :
1, Page's Theory anti Practice of Teaching.
2. Holbrook's Normal Method -of Teaching the Common
S. Northend's Teacher and Parent. •
4. Mansfield on American Education. •
5. De Tocqueville's American Institutions.
6. Bate's Institute Lectures on Mental and Moral Culture.
7. Dwight's Higher Christian - Education. '
S. Mayhew on Universal Education.
9. Davies' Logic of Mathematics.
10. History of Education, with'Barnard'e Introduction.
Brooke, ' . Manuel of Devotion. Broolwl' School Teachers'
Register. - Dwight's Modern Philology. Retione - of
Siberia, Silvio Pellico, and Baron Trenck.
Ali* For sale in Pittsburgh by A. D. ZRORISH & CO.
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A. S. BARNES &. BURR
THE COURT OF DEATH.
Tho subscriber is now issuing ono hundred thousand
Splendid Colored Engravings of REMBRANDT PEALE'S)
celebrated Original Painting of tho
COURT OF DEATH,
at the unpreceilenteAl low price of
ONLY ONE DOLLAR EACH.
Szza t 23 131/ 31 INCITES.
The lowest regular price for engravings of the size and
quality of this is ss—and in answer to the question, "How
can they be sold for One Dollar?" the subscriber would state
that instead of issuing 5,000 copies at $5, he issues 100,000
copies ht $l. Tho main expense of such a work is not in the
paper and printing, but bi- getting up the plates. If 5,000
only are sold, $5 Is but a fair price. But if 100,000 are sold
at $l, the aggregate profits are larger than on the 6,000.
The Original Painting, of which the Engravings ate a
PAC-SIMILE copy, was painted by Rembrandt Peale in the city
of Baltimore, In 1520. and has been the study and admiration
of tone of thousands of our citizens. It hay long been valued at
Death is personified as a ICing or Monarch, and thorn is not
a skeleton or anything repulsive In the picture.
There are TWENTY-TURES PITEVZIEED FIGURES in the en
graving, and arranged into five groups, presenting living
representationsof Death, War, Sensual Pleasure, Intemper-,
ante, and the Triumphs of Christian Faith over the Terrors
It is a work to delight the eye and improve the heart. It
can be studiedand understood by a child, while its sublime
conception affords ecope to the strongest imitation.
• •It has been made the subject of special d ourso by Rev.
Dr. Bptitgue, Rev. Dr. Welch, Rev. Dr. Bacon, Rev. Dr. Cleve
land, Ito,. Dr. Wayland, and others.
A taoraimpressive, instructive, or. beautiful Parlor" Orna
ment could not be purchased.
The subscriber wan advised to have the drapery of the fig
ures brilliant and showy, to gratify the taste of the "country
people," but he determined to imitate exactly the rich mel
low tints of the original painting In this respect. The wisdom
of this decision is verified not only by the Artiste In this
city, but by the venerable Renibrandt Peale him*); as will
be seen by the following unqualified certificate :
“PRILA.DELPHIA, November la, IMO.
"I have neon the Chrome-Lithographic Engraving of lay
Painting of the Court of Death, recently executed for Dr. G.
Q. Colton (the present proprietor) by Barony, Major & Knapp,
of New York, and can certify that it Is an accurate and ad
mirable copy of the original Painting.
By ineloeing Ono Dollar and four letter stamps, (to pay
poetage) the Eugniving will bo forwarded, poet-paid, rolled in
a strong ease.
Cloranten can add largely to their yearly Income (in coin
miexione) by interesting themselves in the dbrtributlon, and
'at the same time place In the hands of each subecriber
sermon on canvas."' .
Any person who will show this advertisement, obtain five
snbacribers, and forward $5, shall receive a sixth copy gratis:
AGENTS - gentlemen or ladies—can make money rapidly
by taking subscriptions for this beautiful work. Ono Dollar
and six stamps
,from Agents, for one copy and a letter of
Agency; stating special terms. •
• An active Agent can not make less than from two hnndmd
to three hundred dollars per year in the business, above ex
penses. A. description will he sent with each picture.
The subscriber refers to the following gentlemen: Thb
venerable Rembrandt Peale, Philadelphia; the lion. Millard
Fillmore °Buffalo; the Rev. 8. I. Prime, D.D., Editor New
York Observer; Bay. M. B. Palmer, D.D., New Orleans; A.
M. Holbrook, Esq., Proprietor New Orleans Picayune; the
Rev. Asa D. Smith, D.D..; the Rev. Dr. Abel Stevens, Editor
Christian Advocate and Journal, New York; the Rev. (or.
liem D. Abbott, Spingler Institute; the Ron. Eralkus Brooks,
New York; the on. Menu J. Raymond, New York.
To avoid mistake, the Name; Town, County, and State
should be PLAIXLY written. Address
G. Q. COLTON,
• . No. VI Park ltow, New 'York
P. O. Box No. 9,391. mar3-3m
A BOOK FOR THE CLOSET.
THE CRUCIBLE ;
TESTS OF A REGENERATE'STATE.
Br Ear. J: A. Goonnon, A. N.
With an Introduction by Rev. E. N. Kirk, D.D.
12mo. Cloth. $l.OO.
This volume hoe excited extraordinary interest among
thoughtful readers, and received the highest commendations
from pastore - and the religious press.
"Such a book does not appear once in a century. It makes
and marks an era"—Baptist Family Magazine.
"The discriminating nature of this work, the evangelical
tone of its sentiments, and the earnest Christian spirit with
which it is Imbued, make it an excellent book to aid In the
great work of selfLexamination."—N. Y. Observer.
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a living, glowing book, on subjects usually regarded as dry
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THE - STILL .HOUR ;
• Communion with God.
BY AUSTIN PHELPS,
Proftasor in Andover Theological Senhistary.
16mo. Cloth.. 3S cents.
' NINTH. THOUSAND.
CONTENTS:-1. Absence of God in Prayer; 2. Unhallowed
Prayer; 3. Romance in. Prayer; 4. Distrust in Prayer; 5.
Faith in Prayer; 6. Specific and Intense Prayer; 7. Temper.
ament of Prayer; B. Indolence in Prayer; 9. Idolatry in
Prayer ;10. Continuance in Prayer.; 11. Fragmentary Prayer ;
12. Aid of the Holy Spirit in Prayer; 13. Reality of Christ
in Prayer; 14. Modern Habits of Prayer.
• This little work will find a warm response in every Chris
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committed unto men, and shows how this power may be used
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Marked by the freshness and vigor of thought; and the mor
n", and elegance of style, which have won for Prof. Phelps a
foremost place among the Divines of Now 'England.
Copies sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of the price.
INVISIBLE THINGS UNDERSTOOD
- • -Ey Things That Are Mode.
itr CHRISTIAN SCHRIVER,. Minister of Magdeburg In
1671. Translated from the Twenty-Eighth German Edition,
by Rey. Rosear - Msazuse. Bvo. in various styles of bind
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GERMANY, with its inexhaustible mines ordevotional
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by the plot,* of an earlier generation. The minister may
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and striking imagery; the business man and the mistress ,of
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itepublieen County Convention. ' ' - folilB :t
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YNODeiIt<DOAI*D OF COLPOILTA.OIC
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JONAS 'WHIT'COMB'S REMEDY:
Prepared from a German recipe obtained by the late
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Wattpsnose". Yr,, May 12, . 1567.
Nfit.3ll7lllrill:—l take pleasure in stating the wonderful
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Wannuarrotek Feb. 25,1858,
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obliged for mouths together, to sleep in my,chair; and the
least active exercise would bring on a pa oxyam oftentimes
so severe that I could not more an - inch for hews. 'Hut it
is useless for me to describe the tortures of the spasmodic
asthma. Those for 'whom this is' Intended know full' well
what it le, cud I will merely say, that from the time I rook
the flint dose of your " itemoly to the present hoar,
Jetivenothad a bed attack, and now my syatem If so free
from n it that the most active exercise end- exposure seldom
bee any other' effect than to slightly rertriet the lungs.
Your medicine soon dispels that Sensation. mad I can safely
claim a general release from the tormentor.
With great respect, your °bort servant,
J. IL BRAGDON.
of a Latter written_ 17 a dietinguisbed Lawyer in
Geengsterr:—l have purposely delayed- writing to you
until I had thorough.) , tested the medicine, (Whitcomb's
Remedy for the Aethusa,) at different -
seasons of the year,
Owl bad often obtained relief,. for ashort thee.' from vs
lions kinds of-medicine, leaving no permanent good effects.
Tons have I tried more than thirty different specifics for
the Asthma, until I had become worn down by disease, and
almoit discouraged. When I commenced taking your
medicine, I had been afflicted with, the 'dimmers about twenty
years." It ia of the spaemodie kind ; .and in a bad attack I
hate frequently set up sixteen nighht in succetsion. Boon
after :taking your medicine, I found an , unaccustomed
relief My health and 'strength begets' to improee. ' I have
gained about twenty wounds in weight, and have, aompxya.
tively, no asthma When I feel the symptoms returning,
a few tea apsonfalls of the medicine is. sufficient tor.move
It Seems to tee that the very foundation of my ditease
has been broken up. and that it will soon entirely leave me.
At any rate no one that haninffered what I have, hereto
fore, and enjoyed the health their I have enjoyed since last
Fall, can hesitate to believe that thereto e wonderful power
in 'iOttal3 Whitcomb'a Remedy for tl e Aistbma. Respect
yours, . , E. IL. VOdit.
Jonas *Whiteomb's Remedy, for . ..tetbula ie prepared
only' by JOSE PH:BURNS CT 4 Cof; 27 Central Straet, Bos
ton, end mr rale by Druggists generally. jal4Bin
W II A I N
MA C INMSI
Daring the last fourteen years some four hundred Patents
have been granted on inventions designed ,to lighten the
drudgery of family sewing, and at the lame time to pro--
dice a machine that could be profitably used for =artists*
turirig' purposes; bet, strange - to say. out of this large
number of fiewing,Machines only ome half dozen , bare
been proven to be of practical value; and of this small
number not one has in it combioed theittiviniteges - of it
family and, mannfactoring machine. There are Imre,
heavy,' noisy, cumbrous. and "complicated machines, de'
etned for heavy work, that answer the-purpose, very well;
while there are other, of light mechanism and delicate
adjustments, which parietal on' light work to edvaiitage;
and , while.the former are exclusively confined to heavy
woric,.the Tatter are of little value except on light fabrics
Therefore , I take great pleasure, in'stating the important
fact that 'Mr. HOWE, the original inventor of Sewing
Machines, has recently perfected his Shuttle 'Machine so ce
to combine, in a much smaller• space ,and lese
menial:ter*, the' strength and 'durability of the maanface ,
.;triring mach/nee, .and at-the same time- possessing that
delictoi of 'movement and ease of operation peculiar to the
Melly menhines, and which renders this the only machine
Ili market capable of working EQUALLY. WELL THE,
LIOIIVESVANIt HEAVIEST FABEIOB,- and' is thixefore
ALL KINDS OF WORK!
For Ethirtpmekera, Vest-makers, Talton, Bboe•binders,
flaiter-fltteri, ilarneoolnikera, Allarrioge.trimmoro, as'well
as for all varietiesof FAMILY ONWIROt
THE HOW.E MACHINE
is•the only one that can give satisfootiou ; and they will
be sold for ONS-Ild LP THE HONBY-chargad for any other
machine capable of doing ae heavy, work is as good a
manner. These machines cannot be got out of order by
' any fair means, and they wilthe fully warranted for one or
more years. They will stitch.'hem, tack, cord, bind, gather
' and fed, WITHOUT BASTING—make the took.ttiteh esam
-• (alike on both sides) of 'great beauty, strength and else.
Hefty. and which cannot be ripped or raveled.
The pr.blic are cordially invited to call at my rooms, NO.
60 mAsKimr STANK r, np stabs. aud thoroughly teat
these kfachineton all kinds of. work: den't ba'satistied by
Merely seeing a Machine pew ou a rag, but bring along
Your lightest and heaviest work, and put the Haebine to
the most rigid teats.
Actiyeand responsible Agent. are wanted for the sale of
these Machines upon liberal, terms. Please send . b r sam
ples df.work arid particulars of *prow,. Address' •.'
~ W. it. LABSOBLL, Agent,
ja2l.3ea Ptttsburgb, Pa.
tIT F• lIINDMII4II6II
OPPIOK, NO. 104 FOURTH STREET, bettreen Wood
and Smithfield Streets.
Prom 0 o'clock if, to 4 o'clock P. M.
MEI DA, 0 I AID.LEIATHRin
tween Market and Ofiestarat Streets, Philadelphia,luive for
DRY AND EILtICD SPANISH IIIDIga;
'Dry and Green Silted Patna Kip, Tanner's 011, Tanner's
acid Currier% Toole at ths/owest pricee,and upon the beat
; Mr All kind, of Leather In the ' rough wanted, for
which the highest market price will be glirei In cuh,
:taken in exchange . for Hides. Leather stored free of chary;
and "cold on commission. Ja2917
ABILITIALs Oa AY.
DRAPER . AND 'TAILOR,
NO. 19 FIFTH STREET,
PITTSBURGH, TERNS, ,
This jut returned from the EaMern Cities, and is now re.
delving Ids Nell and Hinter etodc' of Cloths, Osishnires,
.-Vestings, and Coatings, of every variety. and style adapted
to The but city and country trade, which will be made up to
orderwith promptness and dispatch, and at rates as low
at any other, similar establishment Jn the oity.
.ITI J• T•-1111P0AN,CIM •
Oornar of Liberty and' Bizthltivete, Fittchnrgb,
hive received their PALL tuid WINTER STOOK. OF ROODS
MEWS W.M..4 43 1.1 l;".
Comfirlelnk the latest luiportatioris of Olathe; Caeilnieres,
'Venting', An, which tbay are prepared, to rit4e to" order lit
a idyls and at such prim as cannot fall to please.
RSA E C L OTHUNC ,
Oat and made under ?their own eaprryielon. bigot lupin a
very raperior manner. and will he Bahl at the LOWEST
CASH PRIOES:: • tiara:ly.
/UHF. AMERICAN flit aCT EtsClitSTS
No., 929 Chestnut Street Phija,
°Seri, as suitable for individuals, ohurchee,
. Sunday Schools, , a large Variety-of • - .
STANDARD .R . ELIGIOII,3 P7.I:I3LICATIO2ITa
Of these, large number is' intended for Childrsn and
Youth—the volumes being handsomely illustrated by One
engravings, printed In clear type, and well bound.
•The assortment emorarke over iota htkudred and 'fifty
BI 00 RA PRIMAL, HUM IO fiL
POETICAL, . PnAerioal:
DicvonorrAL, , HELPS TO READ THE STELE.
Besides their own publications, the Society have on hand
, some or the books and colored engravings of the Religions
Tract Society, London. itelson's Polored Views, and a large
assortment of Bibles of ail-Prima and 'styles' or binding.'
Subscriptions also received for the. A MERIOAN MRS
• aIiNOSR, and Tat CHILD'S PAPER, monthly periodicals
which are held in the highest estimation in all parts of the
American Messenger, 6 copies; to one,ssidrein, yes; st.o0 40 6, 66
The Child's Paper, 10 • '" " • 'l.Oll
to I " " " " 400
100 " " 8.00
. Orders may be sent to H. N. THISSELL,
- Tract House;
9.21 i Chestnut Stree
The Menton Is yablllehed weekly, la tie dtlet of ITS
bilrykand PhiLfddlohlbiall Is adapted to genets! &etas**
In the Preabyferlen uotieth.
IN OLVBB of twenty ', and nimerdo,
DILIVIRND in either of the
For eight lines, or lies, one insertion SG cents; sea sole
. sequent insertion,2s'ioente. Nash eaditional Hoe, beyonell
eight, 8 aeon for every insertion.
!or eight lines, tureemoritlue,l3.oo. lientraddetonsi line,
For eightlines,9ne Year, $10.66. Nadi additional bee Sp
OaR/P8 of two lines, $6 a " e ar, and $1 roe eenb. add
Busman Nonces.of ten itnes or lees", Dollar. Necb
additionalline; 10 cents: -
Conuntudentiond reeemmeadatca7of Inffigitions,l6.-
Meal Practice, Schooladte. de.. being designed - Mr the
isiary benefit of Individucle,should be patdfor seilitelifeet
BMUS by mall,where no, good opperhirdAy otleneriee
at hand. Drafts or note. of the larger denonminiticibe are
Preferable, where theyean be eenvenlentiy obtained.
PASTORS lading na , twenty subscribers and npmferds
will be thereby mmtitlegto a paper without charge.
N.B. When Presbyterian liemilles are very much dispersed'
they may be accommodated at the Olubprice,even though a'
few of the twenty be wanting. Let all berappited,if peel;
ble. The Pooawe shall favor,te oar utedoetability. Let the
supply be rum, but every paperpaidfor.
For Two'Dollars paid,Kewilleend BorowtY wordwwti
for One Dollar, Thirty-three numbers. Thiaia for the sake of
If Pastors, in making tip clubs, Arid some potions not
ready to pay at onoe, they may yetsend on the names at the
'Olob per:Alen their own responetbllltyto pry al shortly. It
la desirable that olubi date their sobsslineldArod. •t lbs
sometime. DAVID IIIoNIIIII/1 CO Proprietors.
JOHN D. VOORD. JAMES S. WOOED
.M 7 OOZLM Cgr.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
HATS, 'CAPS, - AND - 'STRAW GOODS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
-131 Wood •Stree,t, Pittsbargl!,
Have Ism on hand for Sprini' sales, as large arid complete
an assortment of floods as am be found In any of the East
erncities, eonsisting of •
Fur, Silk, and .Woal , Hats,
of every style wad qualityc- OAPS of every quality sae
Meet fashions ; Palm Leaf, Abair, Gegb•un, and Panama
WATS ; Straw, and Silk BONNETS, etc, eta Persons
wishing b purchase either. by Wholesale or Retail, will
And it to their advantage to' eal> and examine our stock:
C A' R B'o .N OIL
For Brilliancy and Economy,
mUNPASSES ATZ 'OTHER. ILLUMINATING OILS nos
In market. Itwill•bnrn In all apse , Igral oil 'temps. is
perfectly safe, and free Irons all offensive odor. ldarniSse
tared and for sale by • -
feb1.1.17 187 LIBEATY STICENT, PITTSBUROM
WM. H. KIRKPATRICK, JOHN P. KIRKPATRICK,
Latta! theArre 611Iirkpalt Late with Gillespie, Zeller b
rick &ll ategar. Co., Philadelphia.
. . .
I L - Ail IL, 16 lAIII .11. KIRKPATRICK. & CO. /
VW WHOLESALP; OROCERS,
Forvarding and Commission -Merchants,
And beaten, to
tIPTSBIRGIT ]MANUFACTURED ARTICLES.
N 0.499 Liberty'Street,'oppositt head of Smithfield,
Particular attention paid to hereto of Country Produce.
SithitiiiinittlrilitiliTSPlCl MACHINE Bo
FOR 'FAMILY SEWING
Our Machines are vastly anterior to any other. Fragile
and delleete.geiring Machines, made to please the eye
merely, are recommended for family use. They will not
answer tbe - parposs. •
Family Sewing Machines
ought to be strougor than any other, as venter variety of
work is requireqy 'aid they go into lees skillful bands.
Whoever buys one of our ,blachimes knows • to a certainty
PERFORM rHa . . WORK REQUIRE&
Call awl swain. before purchasing. •
82 Market Street. Pittaburgh. '►
ADD aatanrach pAant tas PO
H. SMITH,-Merchant Tailor,
NO. 84 WYLIE STRUT,
had just returned from the. Eastern Cities, with a writ
selected stock of Clothe, Cassiincres, Silk and Velvet Mob
Vest'ngs ; all of which will be nude up to order la-the
most approved styles. on reasonable terms.
Also, tierit's Furnishing .oonds 'just received. for R o ll mad
Winter. H. SMITH, No. 84 Wylie , Street—
NEW ZEA WAREHOUSE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
114 Sinithfieltil Street, Pittsburgh,
(nearly opposite 'the Onctont fionto,), ha jutt opened a
very choice selection of
' • • GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
of the latest importation's:
LiGIIANNA,''OLD GOVNIINNLYNT JAVA
COPPESS ; ..;
New . iirleani, 'Gabe, Cedes, Crushed, awl Pulverised
Sagami"; Ricei Rice Near, Pearl and Corn' Starch, Farina,
Yeast Powders, Vaccaroni, Yermicella, ()MOB, Brows,
kites No: 1, and 'Spiced. tihodolate ; Pars Ground Spices;
Castile,•Almonjl,,,Toliet, Palm, German and Soda Swam:
Sup. Carbonate of Soda; Cream Tartar; Vitra Pine Table
Salt;. PureNitrects leimen and Vanilla; Star, M-mld and
Dipped ;• Se gar-Cured ilelms;; Dried Bsef; Water,
Batter, Sugar, and Soda Crackers; Foreign Fruits, ke , Cc.
Vie This stock.bas' been purchased Sir OMNI, and will
be offered , to the Trade. and alio to Peudlies, at rery mod-
Crate advances, from ullera we respectfully solicit a share
of patronage. . 3.114t1
irt11010111• FAM ICI
ILY . GRBIIORTIEII e
FRIOEI FALL STOOK
Radial*? , and for Seile at Lou Prices,
:WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL, BY
JOHN A; RENSHAW, ,253 Liberty. Street.
The attention of hie old trieodt, cad the pa Ate generally,
iiinvited to a eiverier assortment, including
IlEt HAW ORSSTS ORSON AND BL4OK TEAS,
Selected with the greatest care from the latest importations
of the nett crop. a leo a large eta* of
j'AV a. 'kin,' HODRA.: LA=4 (MYRA: Ifill SE,
and a general assortment of fine Family Groceries, Fruits,
Spices, &e., of every description.
Catalogues containing an extended list of misimek, far.
ribbed by, mail, if . .deeired.
Sir NO charge for cartage.
is,To u 4 QP
r t •
Eng paa ,Q 9
"11 Sav e the,
sia neeid.ts koppice, even its welhirpuktrwl ditiodleit It
very desirable to haVq.sotrie cheap andconveairot way far retiehr
tog Furniture; Toys, Crockery. .
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meek. nil such einergunciee, and no linpsehold eon afford to be
Withointt It. is always ready and
. np . to the sticking point.
There to ait Innair a neceiiitY:for splintered sea
news, headless dolls, and broken cradles. Tt to juin the atitee.
for 'one, &holt and other.ornoniental work, so popular with ladies
of refinement and taste::
vidmirable preparation tensed colti r being chemically held
in solution, and, possessing all the saleable qnathies of am be id
'rnbinitminkers' Glue. It' ma r be'used In the plata of ordinary
snueihigioi being, rietty more ndhestre.
"USEFUL IN EVERT HOUSE.P ,
Brash arnomianim each bottle. ' Prks, Ef eseta.
Wholesale Depot, No. 30 Platt-at., !row York.
address HENRY:C. SPALDING:Ik CO.,
Pat up for Dealers in Vase' containing four, eight, and twelve
dosen:-• beautiful Lithogrophia Show-Card accompanying sack
adif. , A. etngte , bottle of. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUM
will sore ten times its cost annually to every household:4SW
Sold by all.luvontoont Stationers, Druggists, Hardware oval
Furniture Deniers; Grocers, and Flutes Stores.
'Country merchants shook make a note of SPA I,DlNtpa ram
PARED GLUM; when'-nteking • up. Near Hot. It will eland NI
Aar' Wholesale Depot remind from No. 20 Platt Street ;
to NO. 48 1011DS.R sTaßer,, Nev, York.
REV. I O:PERSHING, A. M., President, *Meted by
a 'Faculty of eleven teachers.
' Superior advantages are afforded fin obtaining a thorough
Academic and Collegiate education. ; Every effort will be
made to Neches the happiness and improvement of all who
may CollegiateWimp.Tho ear begins August Sl; Secoad
Seldom Dece mberl; and the third, March 2L. Tuition ya c
ries from $lllOllB per 'amnion, according to utodlem. /or
further information apply to the President, or to Professor,
J.-i. KNOWLES, Pittsburgh, Pa. aul3
. . •
VEIPLIKILLIONI IN orryrczir,
- FRC , SAiIDFREI:.DIFFENDORP, Principal m a p
Professor of Language,.
John Sicanson, A.ii., Professor of Mathematics and As.
trintOmy: • '
Samuel Glass, M.D., Leal carer on Anatomy and Physieloifl•
Reg. .111111 . 01 Y. Aidienliiirst; PreheuiOr of Moral and Nat-
Ural Philosophy. - • / • `
JaMei Yocum; hf. W, Lecturer on Chemistry.
Mr.;:Peter. 7chner, Tutor . - •• • • • 411
• Mr. J. A. Leyenbarger, Tutor in Mathematics.
Mr Z. W. Armentrout, Leona rer' on cook keeping.
fdr.;fienry, L. Grebe, Professor in Music. •
Thielnatitotion istmated in the quiet an d healthy
lags of Hayesville, Ashtand/Co.. Ohio During the tee;year there were over Two ii tindred Stadente, bale and "tar
mede, la attendance Diplomaeereawardedtoyouuglaiks.
who finish the course of stneiet laid down in the Oatalegi o ,
The branches taught are th. foilowloa: Arithan,
Highir Arithmetic, and" Mental Arithmetic, Geography,
English Grammar, Analysis, Oribography, now.. am. p.
itlg, Algebra, Geometry. Trigoncoaf.try, and all the
higher mathematics, Philosophy. ObendetrY. &Orme
omy, •Entany, Phymology„ History, Mental and Morel
German,Science, krench, fipanieli.-Italian, and the Tort is
and Greek,Authore usually read in College. •
For tleventy,-Five Dollars, paid lir advauee,a student shall
rece ive good board, a'room inn:dated with bedstead, tabki.
chairs, onove and 1.14 a). and. tuition, in any or the et s o.v
branches Air Two heislons of Five Mouths, each. Or fer Ferry.
two Dolitirit and Fifty Cents paid on the 20th of Defter
next, all the above items will be furnished f o r the lifirtv
Stieskui of 'Five menthe;
The twit Session will open October 27th.
Two st•idents will Keep, the same. rem, and fivintib,
their own beiddieg, which win sietiiy tie brought in
trunks., - 18U:ideate &readmitted at any time.
sir inetruet t en ie given on the Pimp and tielodeoe,
33 / 0 " 1 " Marge& . geincipek
$l,lO per yea
1 . 25
2.00 - it%
Box No. 3,600„N0w York.