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We invite . attention to the ad , osiseine'iii,
"derive. Brooks & Cooper, in anothef
Cur readers Will plep,se tmtispkill.eLNClAel#
Co.'s' card• They are alrpia - 4 receiving their
Nocon tt supply this Spriitg, and represent their
stock as very large, cho,i6e, hear,'.
Goderg lady's Book.
The number for; Atrihnintains, in addition to
the usual variety, the Spring fashions, and of
course will be south( atter by the ladies. For
sa l e by Ilunt & diner.„ ,
The Atlantic, monthly, for APRIL, comes To
us with an unusual variety in the subjects of its
articles, vlilcli.is a decided improvement. Tli;s
MagaZine retains its former high literary char
acter, —while the objectionable features that
'in the past, are rapidly 'disappearing.
The present number is very readable and instrue
tlie.' The article on "Anierican Magazine Lit
erature in the Last Century," will be especially
Welcome. For sale by Runt &
To the seat of Vice President of. the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company, made vacant by the
decease of, the late lamented 'Wm. B. Foster, Jr.,
Mr. Thomas A. SOU has been appointed. Mr.
Scott was formerly Superintendent of the road.
In consequence of his promotion, Enoch Lewis;
late Superintendent of the Western division, has
been transferred to the position vacated by Mr.
Scott. Both gentlemen am experienced in rail
road-matters, and occupy high standing in their
John S. Davison's Book Store.
From an advertisement in another column, our
readers will learn that the entire stock of this
large and well patronized establishment, is for
sale on very advantageous terms, Mr. Davison
is about entering into another kind . of business,
and therefore offers such great inducements to the
public. We regret that this gentleman is'going
out of the book business, for which he is so
well adapted, and in ,which he has met with so
much success. His stock has uniformly been of
the highest order; nothing trashy or of doubtful
tendency has ever been found on his shelves.
We trust that he will find a successor equally
worthy. We doubt if any better opportunity
presents itself any where in our entire country,
for any one, wishing to engage in this busi
ness. But in the meantime. Mr. Davison will be
able to fill any orders that may be sent.
Taxes on Railroad Bonds.
Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh
have got into sad difficulties relative to the taxes
on their Railroad bonds. It is alleged that there
was fraud practised in the issuing and sale of
these bonds. On this ground, the interest was
withlield. The bonds are mostly, 'if not entire
ly, held by third, parties, who had nothing to do
- with the fraud, if there was such a thing. They
purchased the bonds attheir market value, and
paid l their money for them; and hence, so far, as
they are concerned, their right to them is unim
peachable; unless, possibly,
, it may s have been
their' duty to investigate the origin of thebefige,
and -iscertnin their legality. This . is - a mat
ter an which we 'are not informed; but it is sus
ceptible of investigation by the, parties at inter
est. Some of 119iidlialdera:;colfident,in. their
right; have appealed to the Civil`Vourti;"and
have tobtained precepts, directing the interestto
One process, had - in the Supreme Court of
Petinsylvania,restilted in a Nandamue directink,
the Commissioners of the County to levy a tax
adequate to meet the interest. This they refused
to do, and the Court fined them4l,oob each, for
contempt,-and,-in default ofpayment, committed
them tii - lhe'County jail, where' the la* will de
tain them three months. But, the serving out of
their time cannot pemtanently release them. An
aliaiMandesmultisalready issued, ands second dis
obedience, will subject them to' a second fine, or
impriaqmnent, end 80 on. A firm Court will per
severe in , the inforceinent of whafit belieVes to
be law; and the Supreme Court seemto be unani
mous opinion that the Commissioners : are
legallY'botind'to levy thetax.
The,True Press,,of this city, which ,is a stropg
advocate of the anti-tax sentiment, thus states
the-matter: : -
The County I;as subscribed to the different rail
road companies as follows:
Allbglimy' Valley'. ..... . $750;000
Pittsburgh and Connelly ills 750,000
44 " Steubenville 500,000
"," "}, 7 ohiveland ... . .350,000
u' " Chariieri Valley 150,000
Balantie in Central Pennsylvania 250,000
Total amount for County
Deduct Uncanoelled Pa. R.R. bonds..
Leaves a - balance of - -$2,300,000
There is now dutron this.entire amountotbout
four years interest, to meet which will' require at
leaht $552,000. • Six mills was the highest County
tax ever' assessed,. 'until ' this year, when it has
reached TEN ' lllills, "withbut providing for railroad
bond interest at all ! Ten mills at our present
County valuation, will raise $250,000. Thus it
will be ;seen, to meet the ordinary expenses of
the County and prolidelor realroad interest over
due, would require 32i mills. , Are the people in
the rural districts prepared to pay three and a
half e cent. onAair valuation for tunes or what
is e Valent surrender to the lei. gatherer the
entkr Product-of - iheir farm. , _. .......
This shows a .pretty hard, case—hard if it is
just, and harder still, if it is unjust. There is
this ti l .the,ensrmous lax . ;.32.1
would bring us up square, and that one
fougth:of AlfatAtild, eight mills; vapid ihen keep
But the city ; of rittsburghis inn
still Vette. It'must meet its -t sitate of the County
indebtedness,, and bear 'an ,additionel burden of
its pin. The journal above quoted, thus states it:
gitksisurgh has subserihed to, the •
Alleg.heny Valley • $400,000
and Connellsvltle 600,000
" Steubenville .. ... Et 60,000
444 " Cliartiers 160,000
There. is more than three years' interest due on
this sum, - amonnting to say $324,000. The City
must meet, her fUll share of 321 milli' of County,
27 mills `of her own municipal expenies, and in
addition, 35 Mills for her oirn railroad debt,
making. 94 mills, or in round numbers per
cent—the entire rental of the freehold! Can the
property holder pay such taxes ?: Dire any Gov
ernment in the world levy `
suohtax? ,', 'ls it a
matter of wonder, then, tfiattOur Cannella refuse
to obey the decrees of any Cdtirt whiolt4equirds
suoh wicked and oppressive legislation! '
Our City Councils are not yet inthe same sorry
plight , with the County CCP' 'rnitisioners. `,"-But
theWdanger is imminent, and, if we , may judge
frairi c titii reports of some lista - meeting's, they are
greitlY agitated on the subject. We hope they
wifl'be by wise counsels. If the debt is
honest; let them boldly meet it. If there was a
fraud Which utterly vitiates the bonds let that be
shown to the sitt,isfatotion of the Court and the
public. If there was fraud practised upon the
people, by deiigning men and fahhless officers,
but so practised as to leave the bonds still good ;
or.g there was a •fraud; .which, though known,
cannot be legally,proveci, let ti.man, submit to the
neoessitY. Let them itot E iky4artinacious litiga
tioni increase costs, and destroy the character of
the community for honesty i aq.d commercial
We regret the east/ morality of the Press, in
the above extracts. It belongenct to mercantile
and manufacturing Pittsburgh. At is not a cor
rect exhibition of the principles 'et' the farmers
and miners of Allegheny Coutiff,' Few, if any,
amongst us, ever think of measuring the right
eousnese of .au obligation by qui, abiiity.te pay.
And especially would we , not repildhite a debt
because to meet it would require " the entire
product of our farm," ,or 4 ' te'entir4,rintal of
the freehold," for one year. ' '
The first question, with an honest and prudent
man is, Is the debt just? thieis doubtfill,4
nextinquires -whether ciroumstanOis are smith as
to hold'idin bound. If So,jie be l erie and' pays ;
and is even glad if a " year'; rental" will disen
Mit if these bonds must all be' met,,, and ,if
there was an imposition in the"origin',of Some of
them, and if some of the roads "are not yet, made,
our citizens'still are'not without a Portion Of con
solation. "The Railroads have increased the
value of property from fifty to five hundred per
cent. Suppose the New irork, Maryland, Virgin
ia, and' Ohio systems of Railroad in operation,
and no rail connecting us with the, East, West,
North, and South, What wouldbe our condition?
What would- land. and its produce in Allegheny
County ,be worth ? What would property be
worth in. Pittsburgh and its surroundings? What
would be our population-? What the condition
of our trade and manufactures ?
It is to be hoped, that our economical officials;
and our wise and people-loving politicians, 'will
press the matter of obligation to a speedy
settlement; and if the ..bur4en is really to be
borne, let its bend ourselves to it, making a virtue
of necessity; and consoling ourselves with the
vast benefits we possess, even though they cost us
more' than would have been needful, under a
truly wise and faithfully honest administiation
of City and County interests.
The Principal of Duff's Mercantile College,
Pittsburgh, has just received one of those unmis
takable expressions of confidence and regard,
that have been so frequently tendered himby his
classes. The ceremony took place in the . new
College .Mr. * Cleorge Brooks, of
Harrisburg, Pa., in the name and in the presence
of the olass, presented Mr. Duff with an elegant
and costly arm chair, manufaeture,d by J. W.
WOodwell, mounted with a silver shield, bearing
an inscription commemorative of their confidence
and esteem. Mr. Duff accepted and acknowl
edged the compliment in appropriate terms, al
luding, also, to the impressive tribute paid` to the,
reputation of the College, by those 'who' have
travelled about two thousand miles to enter
Texas, Alabama, and other distant States, being
represented in its present classes.---True Press.
- DTEF,-ORLEAIfS, March.l6.—Acapulco -dates' of
the '27th ultimo,- - arereceived. Alvarez had" or;
dared General Wheat to Vera , Cruz, to command
the fergigii forces there. Mirarnon was not ex
pected to 'attack Vera Cruz. Carravajal, with
two thousand men had cut off one thousand of
Miramotes A troops, and the communication of the
,the Capital was entirely cut off
Miramon was short of proviSions and depending
on the Havana expedition for supplies. Alvarado
was blockaded by the Liberals.
Since Mr. M'Lane left, the Spanish and French
Ministers had been endeavoring to effect ,a com.
promise betiven Juarez and Miramon, 'and' an
armistice of six months was prOposed. Ameri
can inilhehoe was declining in Mexico, :and
Commander Jarvis had commanded Miramonnot
to interfere with Americans.
It is said that the Juarez Government had de
clared the Havana expedition piratical..
A large amount of specie was awaiting ship
ment to the city of Mexico.
Three Amekican war vesiels were before Vera
The Preble arrived on the Ist inst. All non
combatants have left Vera Cruz.
For'years, aye, from time immemorial, have
housekeepers wanted a preparation ~which
should'Posseas the power of re-uniting the frag
ments of 'crockery, glassware, furniture, Br,c.,
which will accumulate in every household. This
desideratum has at last been filled by Mr. H. C,
Spaulding, of No. 18 Cedar Street, New ,York,
who has introduced to the public his Prepared
Glue,Nvhich is destined to become as much of a
requisite in every family as the lucifer match
or metallic pin. This glue •is engrossed in a
chemical solution, the .manufacture.of .which is
of course a secret with theproprietor. Its ad. ! '
hesive, qualities •are truly astonishing, joining
together, as'it will, •'heavy pices of wood, as well
as the moat delicate pieces of China or glass:,
Daily ,Evening Traveller, Boston, November 18,
'The 'Rev. 'William Noulatt, a well-known
illethodipt i clergyman, residing , at Naples, draws
the 'foll6Wing amusing but apt comparison be
tween Dr. M'Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge, pre
pared by'Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., and
,‘ A ferret, when. placed at the entrance of a
rat-hole, enters the aperture, travels along the
passage, seizes upon the rat, exterminates his
existence, and draws the animal's defunct carcass
to light. And in like manner have I found Dr.
M'Latte's American Vermifuge to operate upon
worms, those dreadful and dangerous tormentors
of..ohildren. This remedy, like the ferret, enters'
at the mouth, travels down the gullet, hunts
round' the stomach, lays hold of the, worms,
shakes the life out of the reptiles; sweeps clean
their'den, and carries their carcasses clear out
of the system. This, at least, has •been the
effect of the Vermifuge upon my children."
Apeighboy of Mr. Roulatt, Mr. John l3riggs,
adopts 'the - simile of the reverend certifier, thus
both giving their most unequivocal approval of
this great, specific, after having witnessed its
operation upon their own children. Let others
try it and , be satisfied.
Purchasers willbe careful to ask for Dr. JP Lane's
Celebrated Vermifuge, manufactured by .Fleming
Bros. of Pittsburgh, Pa. All other Vermifuges in
comparison are. worthless. Dr. M'Lane's
genuine Vormifuge, also his Celebrated Liver
Pills, can now be had at all respectable drug
stores. None , genuine without the signature
of FLEXING BROS.
I .o tap this.
The late news from Europe is interesting
our coomus being crowded, we give the sum
wary of the North American :
The Asia, at New York, puts us in possession
of the details of foreign news, a meagre tele
graphic outline of which was given yesterday.
An interesting discussion of the Savoy question
was had in the House of CoMmons on the 2d
inst. Lord John Russel said as far as he knew,
there was no treaty in existence between France
:and Sardinia, providing for' the annexation of
Saitiy. As the Emperor Napoleon states that
he will not proceed to the annexation without
consulting the Great Powers, Lord John believes
that France will not attempt it, if the Powers
are unanimously opposed to it: "The French-
Legislative Asserablrepened on the Ist instant.
The Emperor, in his speech to the Assembly,
expresses the most sincere desire for the mainte
nance of peace rejoices at the, amicable rela
tions with all the EuroPean Powers, and
for speedy peace with Cochin Chine,
just chastisement of the Chinese for their per
fidy. The Emperor also hopes that the Italian
affairs are approaching a settlement, and says
that he has advised the King of 'Sardinia that
Tuscany must not be annexed, but that the
wishes - of the other Italian provinces may be
entertained, provided the rights of the Holy See
are ;respected in principle. The safety of the
French frontiers, he adds, requires the annexa
tion of Savoy, and he hopes that frank explana
tions 9f, •the qUeetion will pause the Great Pow ers
td ienoghize the justice of the -claim: Re pro
fesses eitoniehment at the agitation of the
Catholic world, and points to his efforts on be
half of the Pope.- The French army has been
reduced by one hundred and fifty thousand men,
and would be further reduced but for the Chinese
war and the Italian occupation. He concludes
by referring •to the new free-trade policy, and
predicting the most favorable results. 'The Em
peror's speech is largelY discussed by the London
journals---most of them condemn the policy of
the Emperor. The accounts of the treaty be
tween Austria and Ruisia* continue contradic
tory. The Spaniards have met with a reverse in
Morocco, having been surprised and defeated in
the neighborhood of Melilla. The Spaniards
were reported to have lost in killed two hundred
soldiers and five officers, and about two hundred
men.wounded. M. Thouvenal, in a message tc
the French Ambassador at Turin, Proposes the
complete annexation of Parma and Modena to
Sardinia, the Vicarial Government of Romagna
in the name of the Holy See, and the reestab
lishment of Tuscany in her full integrity.
The speed of the,Emperor Napoleon, respect
ing Savoy, was reiteived at i Nice;:with , great,-ent
thuatits* sat To itinuiries the subject, Anstria
Spaulding's Prepared Glue.
One - Day later.
MARCH 24, ,1860•
has replied that she will not protest against the
annexation. The enlistment of - soldiers con
tinues in. Austria. The agitation continues;
in the Marches, thousands of landed pro
prietors refusing "to pay taxes:
The Pope' be willing ito,..grant con
cessions, if the legations will submit to his gov
• Pittsburgh Market.'
TUESDAY, March 20fh, 1840.
. . ,
' APPLES='-Russetts, prime, large bbls., $3.50; Grindstonee,
Itomenites, and common utixed, $40002.25 bbl.
BACON-Plain Hares, loyA10,(0.; Sugar Oared dd, 120
124 Shoulders, 7 %We.; Sides, 9%100
13EANS-66080c.,- as per quality.
RUTTER-Prirne Roll, 13.016 c: •
CREESE--Weetern'Reserve; 9M010e4 Hamburg, 11012 c.
DRIED FRUIT-Apples, $1.7501.87; Peaches, $4.0004.50.
EGGS-12015c. per dozen.
FLOUR-Super. $5.30; Extra, $5.6505.75; Extra Family,
$6.0006.25; Fancy brands, $6.5007.00.
GRAIN-Corn : 580600. from firsthands, and 63065 c. from
store. Oats, 420450. Wheat: Red and White, at depot, $1.40.
Barley, 65c, • '
GROCERIES--Coffee, 1401434. Sugar: New Orleans,
Bho9c. >p lb. Molasses, 4805tk. * gallon.
KAY-416.00019.00 'it ton.
HIDES AND LEATHER-Green beef hides, 606344 green
silted hides; 73407)44' dry flint, 15016 c. Rough country
leather is dull at 260-Ic. , Dressed leather, is
,quoted as fol
lows: Red Spanish Sole VI lb., 21025 c. Slaughter Sole .41 Th.;
2602904 ,Upper Leather, tip!dozen, $33038 t . Bridle-Leather
* dozen, $40045; Skirting Leather *lb., 35034; Tiernan,
MOS PORK-Conntry, siemeia.ra $18.00018.50.
-No 1-Lard Oil, 68090 c.; Refined Coal Oil, 75080 c.;
Linseed, 65068 c.
POTATOES- 4 Nenhanneckei and ;Pinkeyes, 55060 c.
STEARINEL-10 3 4 per tierce.
ALLEGHENY CATTLE MARKET.
ISSEVE.--Whole number offered ;491; aold; 861,:at prices
r 7fi l l i flM9thead .Ti per cwt.;
balance sent East.
110GS--171 bead offered;. 51 sold, at prices from 505%c.
'llolttE3--32 head ' '
'NEw March '2O - "Cottoni iniddlirrg uplands, 1.1.0
11 1 / B '. Flour: $5.1005.20 for super. State; 5.2605.40 for
extra State; 5.1505.20 for super. Western 5.300.65 for
common to •medium extra Western.; 5.950610 for :shipping
brands of extra It. H. 0. Canadian ,Ftour : 5.4007.00 for
common to choice extra. Aye Flour, firstname.lastname@example.org .; Buckwheat
Flour, .50.8734 IR 100 Lbs. ' Rye, 8ea870. . Corn 7a7Bc. for
white, and 79a7934 for yellow Western; mixed nominal; 76a
78c. Oats, 43.144 c. Wool : 37a50c. for low grades to Saxony";
15a32 for California. York : 17.25 for old Mew, .and 17.87 for
now do. Coffee : Rio, 163,014 c. Sugar Cuba, 6,45.7 c.:
Prtn..tromrota, March 20.—Wheat: white; 1.584.53; red,
1.45. Mess Pork, 18.251118.50. Bacon, 81/010,q4c.',
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, cular and specimens of work, or call and test for yourselves,
'it No. 60 Market'Street; Pittsburgh,
JEFFERSON COLLEGE.--The Board of
Trustees of Jefferson College will meet in the Prayer-Hall, on
WEDNESDAY, the 28th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M. Punctual
attendanos is requested. JAS. At'CIILLOUGH, Sec'T.
marlo.3t • n
WASHINGTON COLLEGE, PA.—The - Semi
:Annual Examination of the Students of this College will.
commence on FRIDAY,Match 23d, de o'clock , ,
Examining Committee on,part of; Board of Trustees :, Rev-
Dr. Camphell, Bei. Dr. Eagleson, Ifon. John irEwini, A•
W. Acheson, Esq., end Dr. T. McKentian. Examining , Com
mittee on part of Synod: Rev. Richard Brown, Rev. 0. M.
Todd, Rev. Samuel Boyd, Rev. Wm. B.'Bieling.
The Board of Trustees will meet on WEDNESDAY March
28th, at 2 o'clock. P. '
Annual Contest between the. Literary Societies on WED
NESDAY EVENING, March 28th.
marl.o-It McKENNAN, Seely Board of Trustees.
On March 15th, by Rev. W. 3. Alexander, Mr. FRANCIS M.
Raxnuttsow, of Washington County, Pa., to Miss MINT JANN
Jammu, of West Union, Marshall County, Ye.
o March 15th, at the residence.of the bride's father, near
Chengtree, by Rev. J.P. Kennedy, Rev. S. F. Cams - rum, of
North hima,'o., to Miss CRUM A. MAMMY, of 'Clearfield
At the Girard House, Pittsburgh, - Pa., by Itev.:lt. F: Wil
son, of McKeesport; Mr:Wilmot DIER:RINCTON to drualLto
on Maisonette, both of the latter place.
Al Oberlin, March eth, by Rev. S. Fairchild, ,Rev, Ink M.,
Corm; of Sheakleyrille, Pa., to Miss lama B. OARPENTIIR,
of Granville Female Seminary, Ohio.
On thee lfith lest, at Martha Furnace, - by Rev. Samuel
Miller Moore, Mr. ATZXANDEIt CRANE; formerly of Mo.
Aleveyis Fort, Huntingdon County, to Miss BARMI ANN
PSTERBj of Unionville, Centre County, Pa.
On the Ist of March, by S. 0. Jennings, D.D., at the Immo j
of Mr. Andrew Johnston, Mr. Sexual. Jana - mos EKING to I
Miss Moor ANN Bunco, all of Allegheny County, Pa.
On January 26th. by.Rer. J. W. Walker,Mr. DAVID ANDHR
sox, of Illinois, to )SDBE SARAH KENNEDY, of Ligonier Valley, 1:
Pa. On the 14th of March, Mr. J. G. OGDEN, of Ligonier
Valley; Pa, to Miss Z. Mixxsals, of Indiana County, Pa. .
On February 28th, by DM John Moore, of Williamsburg,
Pa. at the house of the bride's mother, Mr. WILLIAM 'LANDIS ~
to Miss ELIZABETH DONNELLY, all Of Canoe Valley, Blair Co., k
Pa. On March Bth, at the Presbyterian Parsonage,Williams,
burg. Pa., Mr. EDWARD GIMES to Miss SARAH Ana Mows,
both of Franklin Forge, Pa.
[ANNOUCEICISITS, GRAMS ADDITIONLI. REMARKS, RITZ
GENTS a. Erse, Nutt Wotus Banco Lira.)
DURD---fn the faith of the Gospel, in Liberty Tp., Montour
County; Mrs. JANE CLARK, member of the Mooresburg
Presbyterian church, in the 90th year of her age:', '
. DIED--On the 22d of February, at the residence of her
eon, William Torrence. in Keokuk County, lowa, 'in the full
hoPe of "the Gcspel, hire. MARY TORRENCE, formerly of
Fayette County, Pa., in the 79th year of herrige,
'DIED--On the 22th ult., Mr.. NATHANIEL HURST, - fin
elder in the congregation of Tyrone, Fayette County, Pa.,
aged about OS years.
DIED-Oa the 'Kinst„ line SARAH LOUISA ALLEN, at
ahOlif3s years of age, consort Of Mr. 'dairies Allen, elder of
Laurel Hill congregation, rayette.county, Pa.,
DIED—On March let, Mr. JAMES RAEFORD, of Frank- t
lin Township, Fayette County, Pa, aged some 52 years.
DIED—On the 13thinst., Miss REBECCA, daughter of Mr. .1
Joseph ll.:Torrence,,of Tyrone Tp., Payette County, Pa. 5,
DIED--On the Sth Inst., Hr. STEPHEN O. BROWN, in the
79th year of his age, for many years a member of, the Lower
Path Valley Presbyterian church..
BliireMile, - Pa., March 12th of l'inenenceola„ -
IYILGTP. PAYSON, only son of Rer. George and Abbie E.
UM, aged - 4 years and € months - ,
DIED—On Wednesday, the ith. inst., near Burgettatcrwn,
Washington County, Pa, ROBERT, non of James L. and 8.
A. Patterson, aged 6 months! and 8 days.
DIED—At Jeffreystown, on the Bth inst., Mr. JAMES
MOORE CARMICHAEL, aged 86 years.
. . , .
'DININ--In Moon Township, on the Bth that.,
son of John end Ann piny, aged 16 years.
DIED—In Moon Township, on the 13th inst., Miss MARY
JANA BMITII, aged 29 years.
DIED—On the I.7th of January, 1860, ;at Ma residence in,
Warren Comity, 111.,. of cancer in the face; Mr. JAMES, O.
STEWART, a Ruling Elder in the church of North Minder"
imn in the 48th year of his age. ,
DIED—At his resideoce, in 'Dialer, Ps., INlrony 27th,
Hon. C. C. SULLIVAN, in the 53d year.of hie sge.
-DIED—At her residence, In Butler, Pa., February-14th, of
typhoid fever, Mrs. TIRZAI-1 JACK, wife of J. intoner Jack,
aged 29 years, 8 months, and 2 days. , -
DIED--At the reeidenee of her eon, 7. Plumer Jack, March
Bth, Ara. SARAH W. JACK, aged 84 years, n months, and
She was the youngest, daughter of Jonathan Planter, of
Vestinoreland County, Pa. The family
distinguished for piety and mental strength. Hon. George
Planter, of Weetmoreland County, was one of her brothers,
as was also William Plimer, father of Rev. Wm. S. Plumer,
D.D. ' She wee a consistent Christian from her youth, and she
died in the triumphs of faith. L.Y.
DIED—On Febrnary 6th, at Kiageton, Cumberland Co g
16, Dir. FRANCIS ECKELS,In the 09th year of Ws' age:
For nearly twenty years he was elder of the Silver's Spring
church, and so strong was the hold which he obtained of the
attachment of its members,' by his exemplary deportment,
warm zeal, and affectionate intercourse, that they deplored
:hiiideparture as the lose of a sympathizing and pious friend.
By the affability and warmth Of his social manner?, he won
a 404 place in thaesteem and confldenceof the community,
and wielded a salutary influence in favor of truth and,rightt
eousness. While'lingering on the borders' of the 'unseen and
etentalworld for ulna Tenths preceding his decease, his trust
in the atonement and sympathy of the Redeemer was never
shaken, and his hope Uf reaching heaven was-never dimmed
by a single doubt of fear.i flaring liie gradual descent to the
tomb, he experienced not a few cheering reanifestationa of the
Divine friendship, and at length. calmly fell asleep in theanne
DIED—In EcheDebug, Pa, on the Bth last, DAVID WIL
SON CLARK, aged 22 years and some months.
The deceased was the youngest of ten children, seven of
whoM were sons The other brothers all survive MM. 'The
oldest is paetOr of the .Preabiterian church,: Altoona, Pa.;
the second, an elder in Ebensburg church; the third, a lawyer
in lowa City, and member' of the ma School Preshyterinh
ohurch ; the fourth, all elder in the Bcheibiburg church ; the
fifth, pastor of the Presbyterian churches of Landesburg,
Centre and Tipper, PirlYoonnty,Pailhe sixth, alairyee, and
member Of ihe lowa Legislature; David Wilion,the seventh,
had just compleied a,course at Washington College, Pa, and
was about to commence preparation for the ministry. -lie
longett:t4teintitllaßcefehrisg knelt& useful. ' For
this he desired to live, Being of ri.„ 41 0 4 . 1 :41 ) A 1 0##. 0 8.1 Pro'
dile*" Man' nate; of unexceptionable character, and
:W. B. LASCELL, Agent.
somewhat brilliant, and versatile in talent, he made many
warm friends, who mourn his early death: The chief weight
of this bereavement, however, falls upon an aged father, to
whom tile Benito/fin of his bousehold is ,no nforo. We com
mend him to the grace of Jacob's God.
" • GROVERiSr.
Family Sewing, - NicaolliTies.
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AM". These Machines sow , from two spools, and form ,-a
seam of unequalled strength, beanty,„and elasticity, which
will not rip, even'if every fourth stitch be cut.' 'They are
unquestionably the, be4.in'tho,nifttßet.for family use.
Ain -- SEND FOR A cutpuLAß. .; aplo-ly
THIS WEEK'S ADVERTISEMENTS.
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A CLASSICALAND COMMERCIAL BOARDING BOROOL
FOR BOYS, on the P., Ft. W. GB. R., :twelve miles from
REV. .1.14. TRIVELLI,
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MONDAY OF MAY.. ' ,
For Cireulare, dtc.,, require of JOHN. IRWIN k SONS, 67
Water Street, or T. 11. KOWA CO., 26 W , ood Stre,et, or•of
the Principal, Sewickley , Pa. , maro.A-6t
dirI_LADE RUN MALE AND FEMALE
J. It. MARSHALL: A• }lnstructora
11. 4: IRWIN, L, --- •
lilies SARAH H. COE, Principal range Department.
The Summer Session, of tide Inditittion will commence on
WEDNESDAY, .April 18th, Ratetiof Tuition, $6.00,
,ss.oo, and $lO.OO. • Boarding;ein; be' obtained at resusanable
rates. . ,
L., per further mutieulain, addreas
mai24.3t* , . REV. G. W: *ECHLIN, Dayton,Ta.,
FDGEWORTH SEMINARY FOR
youNa.LAnnts, , t
• At Se - vvic,kley; Pa''-•
-The Summer Session of this Distitutionmill winmence on
the FIRST MONDAY INMAY: As only a limited number
ran be retired; earlyuppliwitiolwarodesirable. . • -
For terms. Jo., see the now Circulars, just issued, which
may be obtained at the book and music stores, or by anpliini,;•
tion'to-tbe Principal,, , +A. SPILLIAMS:
,o 1 A :T;,;. :
RENTOUL'S• CHEAT -,I3OOICSTORE
No. 20 "St. Olairibtreet, 'Pittsburgh:
Rice's! Chicago Lectures I on Slavery, 18130, 15m, (by mail,
1.9 e.) Mice's Cod Sovereign and. Man "Free, 60c.. Monad's
Five Disiourses on Paul, 75e. 'Dr. Murray's Preachers and
Preaching, 75c. , Seiss's Gospel in Leviticus; $l.OO. Seeker's,
Nonsneh Professor in his Meridian SPlendor„and Wedding
Ring; $l.OO. Huntington's °Mitten , Believing and
$1.25. , Guinness's Sermons,sl.o9, Annual of Scientific
Discovery f0r1.860 0 $1,25. lawlinson's Historical Evidences
of the ; Truth of the Scripture itteords, $1.25.: The Gospel, in
Burmab, $1:00. &c., &c. . ,
• ini - ,Any these mailed free, on 'receipt of price/ Moist
liberal discounts to Afini4ers, Students, tind,thase furnishipg
Libraries. . mar24-1t
, . .
C A R S S ., 6 0
BURCHFIELD h CO., at the North-East corner of Fourth
and Market Streets, Pittsburgh, :announce to the readers of
the Danner, (many of whom are their constant customers,)
the arrival of their second supply ot; ' , •
SPRING ,SUMMER ,SUER COOPS,'
inclUding all kinds of STAPLE FAMILY GOODS, and also
the: new styles of DRESS; GOODS, of all *grades,' such as
Silks, Poplins, Berages, Grenadines, and ,others of difficult
French names, in Robes of five tesevenTlinincte, and bytho
yard; and new Prints; Chintzes: Lawns, ,tc4,Erabroideries,
Gloves, and Hosiery; Men's Wear, in Cloths, Cussinterea, Ac.;
Boys' Wear, a large assortment.' ' Also, SHAWLS AND
MA.NTLES, for, Spring, and Summer- 7 -soid 'ail marked at
lowest possible prices.
We invite strangers visiting Pittsburgh to call and see our
Goods, and bear our prices. • • '
• NEW GOODS receiving all through the season.
D•E NTA L. tf,* l • : •
Persons wishing the services onto' Dental :operator, will
•find C.BILL ever ready, at moderate charges, to furnish all
, of the latest improveincrite. 'will: spare no effort to *give
good satisfaction; he insures his work to be done in the best
style, and patrons may be aripplic4,on 'the shortest notice.
:Continuous fitumon Plating, G014.40d Coralite, 'done with
equal success. Artificial Teeth put up in this way, form the
gums in one solid body; leaving no lodgment 'for food, and So
nearly representing the natural organeas seereeinto be de
tected nhen in the Mouth—doing away with that artificial
appearance so objectionable. He calls attention toipecirneni,
which may be seen at his office, No. 87 GreakStreet, opposite
.the Court House; Pittsburgh, Pa.' ' ' •
Bei. W. D. ilowann, • •.'A. G.MTAiinzas, M.D.,
A.' PLUMMY, J. M. Fmao . ,
. W. M.' RUM, "Jos..Anxio •
• .W. K. VANUA; J. /I.4OPKINS. ,
E . W , G 0
BROOKS & COOPER, •
75, Market Street,', Pittsburgh',
Save receivedtheir'sUpply of •
Embracing the most complete ,assortment of, Goods in - their
line ever opened in Pittsburgh. Tberikal exclusively in.
' - • IVIOURNINO cow s ,
and consequently can offer it better assortment of Goode in
thmie two classes and sell' tlieni. chilVertlfati Mamas dealing
in dress and fancy goods. ,
Air- We ask all visiting' the cit;,; and wanting any article
in our line to give un a call. • BROOKS A COOPER, -
* mar244t. - • . • 75 3litrket Street.
FIRST CLASS BOOIL , STORE ••
JOHN S. D.k-Y•ISON,
• :No. 93 Wood St., Corner otiliamond Alley,
Raving . made arrangementa for another and different bual
neee, wishes to eell off Ids entire stock
BOOKS A of, 4.
• AND STATIONERY,
At the earliest possible day. To effect this, he offers all Ida
Books and Stationery
AT COB T'
Or lose than cost, when soiled or dainaged. , Terms Cash, or
Short Negotiable Paper. 'The Stock le unusually select, and
comprises some of the finest and choicest editions of
- American and . rßritisir:Classics.
It is Miscellaneous, Standard, Chemical, Academic, Scientific,
Religious, Theological, and Juvenile; and has been selected
from the Catalogues ql.the best 'ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
POBLISIEERS. It includes also a very large assortment of
• STEREOSCOPES AND PICTURES,.
POCKET,* FAMILY, AND • PULPIT BIBLES,
• HYMN 1100;f4 AND COMMENTARIE.S:
This is a rare oppOrtunity for PUBLIC AND:NITTA=
Wholesale and Retail Booksellere, a. well as the leading
public generally .of Pittsburgh; Allegheny .City, and their
vicinities. are respectfully invited to visit the establishment,
NO. 92 WOOD. STREET, and carefully • examine the stock.
By so doing, they will manifeatly . .subserre their own ire ,
termite. , . mar24-1t
TODUNIPSIOOND OF -
THE P#ll2l TANS;
THE .cuußcrr, COURT AND PißLikvmsr OF.
: •: - ENGLAND; • • t
During the Reign of Etiward Sixth and Elizabeth.
BY SAMUEL ROPRIE S. ~
. Royal Octavo. Cloth. .
The first volume of this great work hiad'lL rqmarliable frac
pees, and by the general voice of the beat critics, the author
s assigned a place in the front rank of American Ilistoriana.
The .ston Journal says of him: '" klinj , of his admirers
regard him as the most promising candidate, among younger
waiters, to fill the place in our literature, left recant by the
lieath of Prescott"
_, The second volume will be found more fascinating than the
Seat. It combines the charm of romance with the truthful
iietatof history. • • • •
LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OFREV. DANIEL
:" WILSON, D. 1., "" • • -• .•
• : •
:A,gite Bishop of Calcutta. With Portraits, Illugtrattomisi
a. Map of his
• BY REV. JOSIAH BATBIiLiN.. ,; ••• • '
Royal Octavo. Cloth. $3.00.
It will at mice take rank among the best Memoirs of modern
timee. Its subject was a great and good man format
Ituder among.the eminent • and useful men of . t his century.
The biographer has executed his work with great ability and
discretion and the reader is brought into acquaintance with
the statesmeni and philanthropists of : England, and with
prominent military officers and civilians 4n India. Life in'
India, in all .its wonderful variety, is .finely portrayed, both,
before and during the late mutiny. The 'Christian will be
charmed by the earnest piety which everywhere pervades the'
volume,and too general reader will be , attracted by its won
.derful ores of information. . •
CHRIST IN HISTORY. •
BY ROBERT • TIIENBIILL,'D, D:
• • Cloth." $1.25.
This able work, on its first appearance, received a cordial
welcome from scholars and theologians, as limpet important
contribution to religious literature. It furnishes a key toill.
human history by unfolding the irue relation of the Lord
Jesus Christ to our world, es the Alpha and . Omega, the be
ginning and the end of all things; the moral centre around
which the providential govern inent of God revolves, and toward
which all human. thought and action converge. The volinno
has been revised and enlarged for the present edition. .
SECOND EDITION OF
THE HISTORICAL EVIDENCES
Olt THE •
. , •
TRUTH OF THE SCRIPTURE RECORDS. •
With' Special Reicrormo to the Doubts Enid . .Dlscovirlos of
Modern Thnrs. •
BY GEORGE RiIVIANRON; u. A. •
I2mo. Cloth. $1.25.
The mile of the Bret large edition or this work, in slew
days, attests the public opinion of its value. .The voles of the
press is also most explicit in its Diver. A few specimens may
"The consummate learning„ judgment, and Rewire! ability,
displayed by Ur, Rawlinson, in his edition of. Herodotus, are
exhibited in this work also."—North American.
"In its special application of secular history to the Blots•
nation of the sacred record, it possesses an interest and value
for Biblical students which can hardly be expressed ilk words.
We see not how any man of candor can reed this volume,
retain a doubt as to the authenticity of the 'historical hooks
of the Old Testament."—/ndependenr. - . s • :
"The volume is a great tuivance upon anything before in
the, hands of the English student."---Oingregationaiist.
"A noble bwk; of the profoundest Interest and value
"No more important work id vindication of the historical
accuracy and credibility of the Scriptures bas ever appeared?'
—Springfield Republican. •
"It will In read with profound Interest -by persona of
every creed, or no creed at all." 7 —Ciscinnati Gazette.
Copies mat by mall, post,paid o4.roceipt of price.
1 • GOULD 8r LINCOLN,
feb22-ly ' '" 691ashingtoii`lit.,'Deitioli
BI•AIRS VILLE FEMALE
REV. s. 1:t SHEPLEY, 4.. Mt. •
• MRS. P. P. sHEE•Lzy „ •
Aided by a full Corps of expellent Teachers. Yning . Ladies
here enjoy tat highest advantages fors thorough; extended,
polite, and Christian education. The next Session (the Sa
lesian underlhi inWeitit Principlesa 'will conniiinee on .the
}Tun. MONDAY OP • MAY. The 'ordinary bin:for Board
and Tpition, ter,Seesion ofaive inentles, is $60.00. , Por other
inforinatien, catalogues will be sent on application.' ' ' •••
ntar24-4t • S. lI.,SHEPLEY.
14,0 L 0W A • S OIN ENT A
PILLS.—A . most erroneous idea: PreVells in this
country. in relation to bemorrholdi. pilea'.; •They - are
suffered to drain the system . of its lifeblood, bealniir,, for-.
moth, it is deenied dangerous to meddle with them. " Now we
-undertake to say that every form of. the disease teanhe'axPe -
ditinualy cured (not ruvprened) by, the , simultaneous, use of
'Holloway's Pills and Ointment. '
Sold at the manufactAiry, N. 80 Maiden Line, - Iffror.
and hy.all Druggists, at 24c., 63c. ind $l.OO per,pot
HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
wilt positively cute
liver COmplaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, &O.
From John Maginnis, Rol, of the .New Orleans True Delta..
flaw Oninsas, July 20,1854.
Masses. C. H. JACKSON &•011.!—Ortnlienten:—I have for
a long time looked upon your iloofiand's German Bittern as
the very peat dyspeptic
.preparation extant. Itutj am now
disposed to accord to it still- higher merit. I And" that it will
effectually prevent the ravages , of that scourge of this 'cli
mate—Yellow Fever. , During the prevalence of that disease
last Summer, I had ample opportunity of witnessing its
efficacy ; and I firmly - believe that even an unacclimated per
son, with- proper precaution and the use of your -Bitters as
directed, could safely Summer It in New Orleans: As a pre
ventive of Fever and Ague also, I cheerfully endorse all you
claim for it. Respectfully, yours,
. : . ,Jontr.l.ls.armoK
Pruprietor of TruiDelta.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. - 2 Price 75
tents per bottle. . mar24-1t
SOUTH AND NORTH;;
Impressions liecelved 'During a Trip to (tuba and
JOHN B. C. ABBOTT.
I volume, 12m0., 352 pitges. prieo $l.OO.
VOICE, OT 'THE PRE'SS.
The very best book on Slavery Pet limed: - Sound, Judi.
clone, kind, Christian, and moat timely and faithful. * * *
The author rehearses in a graphic way the measures of vio
lence which " SOUTHERN 'AnaitzsmoN" has of late , 150 sys
tentatically pursued; and, while condemning the crazy zeal
of John Brown, ho-shows that. hilt heroli self-denial -for the
oppressed puts to shasne,the coward fury of the Sonth for op
pression. Yet the tone of the book, while.candid, * frank and
manly, is always. kind, and gentleminly; not sectikinal,' but
fraternal; not Partisan, but Christian. Ho points. the
South to the simple:riniedy far existing evils, by substituting
wages for the lash, free labor for coerced toil.
Frog s,the New York Tribune.,
Its animated descriptions, and the frankness and cordiality
of its tone, are adapted to eve it a favorable reception; even
with readers who differ most , widely.from him; in., opinion.
C. * * * The topics to which this volume' 9
devoted, and the spiiit in , which they aro discusseOhongh
they may arouse a tempest , of opposition from those ;who re
gardsilence as the only'guarantee of safety, *ill secure it - a
wide eirdulation among the Frienda of Freedom throughout
From the Allantet.(Ga:) Confederacy
It la a contem tibte abolition' production, written in a
very readable style, and well calculated to taint the ntlnds of
Prarn. the Detroit Christian Herald. i
~ . ,
It furnishes valuation informition on the lineations which
now agitate our country. . -
..M , •.orl..pte. Hartford ,Evening Press
His Impresslone are such as would be derived by any hon
est, fair-minded Northern man. • It le warm, direct, eloquent.
From the Need. reek Observer.
The book is intensely and avowedly A bolition.
ABBEY k ABBOT, Publishers..
b1e. , 119 Nassau St,-New-York.
mar 24 4t
TO, FARMERS •AND GARDENERS.
The subseribers, offer ler sale sixty, thousand , barrels -of
YOUDRETTE;inade by the Loni MANtriACTUILING Coairazrr,
in Lots to suit Purchasers:: This article is in the twentieth
year or As introduction into this country, and has outlived
fertilizers of iv/err other deseription, for tho following
Ist. It is made from the night soil of the City of New York,
by the L. M. Co., who have a capital of $lOO,OOO, invested in
the business, which is at risk Should they make a bad
2d. For Corn and Vegetable's it is the Cheapest, neateshand
handiest manure in the world; it can be,placed in direct con
tact with the seed', forces and ripens vegetation two weeks
earlier, prevents the cut worm, doubles the crop and isiuith
out disagreeable odor. Three dollars worth, or two ',arras,
is all-sufficient to manure an acre of corn in the hill. -
Palau-1 bbl., $2.00; 2 bbla., $3.60;-6 bbls., 16.00; andmver
6 bbls., $1.60 per barrel ; delivered free of cartage, to vessels
or railroad in New York City..
A pamphlet containing every Information. and certificates
from farmers all over the Uhited States,' who have vied It
.from two to 'seventeen years, will be sent free to any one ap
plying for the same. GRIPPING, BItOTIiERS ,t CO.,
North River Agricultural Warehouse,
, 60 Courtland Brea, New York,
rnarlo-2m or 136 Sonar Delaware Avenue, Phila., Pa.
Haling formally years paid special attention to the culti
vation of innallfruits,. wo are now prepared to fOrnish, in
email or large quantities, the following iraluable varieties:' .
f)ser one hundred raideties, eiribrachig•nearly all the ;native
And foreign kinds of any repute. Thb most uniTereally
*popular of thew ie undoubtedly the • • '
WILSOYS •• ALBANY SEEDLING,:
Of which we have on hand the largest .stock in' existence,
Which we offer at 25 cents per dozen, $1 per 100, $6 per 1,000,
and $5O per 10,000.... . : - • , •• • • ,
It is unnecessary to say anything , in., praise of this , fruit,
as any one at all conversant with strawberry culture for the
last two years, who has acquainted himself with, the discus-
Mons of fruitsroivers' associations, and the contents of the,
Horticultural Press, is aware ,that,• for size; Productiveness,
-and profit, it stands at the very head of the list of Strawber
ries.. Prifit ofithis remarkable variety from our grounds_
sold in the Pittsburgh market last taps= at $l.OO, per moo,
aniniAisigleplatilliftsd *ink tliefraitdri - bronght Stem:- A
writer in the Country Gentleman says, it succeeds well on
' almost any soil, and that it has, produold with him at the rate
of 560 bushels to the'sicrei • 'S ". 7
Other varieties,prop,ortiottately loW,:arid4reat inducements
'offered to those wantinilaige quantities.
lltinekle's Orange, $1.50 per dozen, $7.00 per 100; Pastan;
Niters', Large Fruited Monthly,: Knovett'a Giant, Bed and
Yellow Antwerp, $1 per dozen, $5.00 per 100.
NE . 117 ROCF.F ! ,LLE, O 1 4 LAWTON,
$5.00 per :100; and $OO per 1,000:
'DORCHESTER - AND NEWMAN'S THORNLESS.
.$3.00 per 100 ;. $25 per 1,000.
.Wholesale purchaaers and dealors allowed a liberal• dis
count.. ' •
PLANTS *BY MAIL.
• For SLOG we will Rend to any Post Office in the country,
'except Oregon and California, postpaid, and carefully put up
in cotton and oiled silk so aa to carry,safely, FORTY Wilson's'
, Albany Seedling Strawberry Planta t• or the samo number 'of
plants, of any other variety In our catalogue offered at twenty
five Cents Per'dozen ; thee. at fifty cents per dozen, 'half the
amber. For $l.OO, we will also send Sir Now Rochelle
Blackberry Planta. .
Printed instructions for cultivation will accompany Plants..
Catalogues sent on application, enclosing a stamp. •
Box 478,' Manes% Pa
'WARMERS, GARDENERS," FRUIT
GROWERS, CATTLE DEALERS, &C.,
• , . • .
711111 lind the most completo anortment of books rsleting to
tbedr;bwiinent that can be found in the world, at C. 31. BAX.
,TO,N, BARKER L . CO.'S AgrietalUTa Book House, 25 Park
Bow, New York. fiend for a catalogue': • foblB.l* • •• •
CLERK. , OF COURTS.
JAMBS LOWRY, At.. of Pittiburgh, will be a candidate
for Clerk of 'Courts, subject to the decision of the Republican
County Conyerition„ 'mar3-3m*'.
OR CLERK OF THE COll'
t WILLIAM A.. lISRRON will be s candidate for the dab;
of Clerk of .the Court, subject to the' decision of the Repubak•
. ttele.C9to4ty Oot t yention. ..; • febl.B4! •
'CATARACT • WASHING . MACHINE:'
CLOTHING, TIME, AND LABOR SAVED 1 • ' •
" Ml* molt: dmple, ee'onomical, and' durable article ever
efilned.to tbe public to alleviate the discomforts of wash.thty. ,
It eoaYwu of 'lt:metal eilindei, with ribs 'on the Inside, mid
'aninterlor cylinder of wood, with-ribe.. There is a limo oil
from six -to eight inches between the two cylinders. One.
cmnk'turis lioth cylinders at the same time in opposite
Lions, rapidly creating -a' ends, forting the water through the.
•clothes and effectually removing the dirt. The action of the
water doei the work 'quickly. dispenser; entirely with nabbing;.
and thus Imes the wear of clothes.
JAMES 11: RODGERg,
101 Jones' Alley, Phila., is Agent for Ponneyhanta.
I • • SULLIVAN& HYATT, Protorieters •
• 54 Beekman Street, York. ,
• . . • .
N. B.—State ad Rights for sale, and purchriners
supplied with Machines at wholesale on libemLterms.
8 ,,,* A Machine is in operation by a laundress daily, at our
'Salesroom, 409 Broadway., morl7-3m .
slo c L P, P, R. 15 1.;
For 1860. --•
150,000 ROLLS OF••• WAU., tPAPER; •
. :ANA BORDERS TO MATCH: • •
Beautiful stamped Gold for parlors.
Splendid Velvet aid Gild.
Handsome hall and.chamber patterns. . . •
Panels and columns for churches. -
THOUSANDS of rolls• at acorn-pence, and thousands at
six, eight, or ten cents.
• Window Curtains, Fire-board Prints, Tester tops, Le.
Poi sale by' , • ' WALTER P. MARSHALL, • '
at the old stand, No. 87 Wood St., Pittsburgh.
W ANTED, •
By a young man, a graduate of Jefferson College., Pa.. and
w - ho ham •liad nearly throe years' eiperlence in teaching,
situation 'ea Principal or Assistant of an Academy or High'
School. The beet of teeti:widish! can be given. Plume ad
, dross, with particulars, • BOX SO.
; marl7-6t , Pastor* Rene& Co., Ohio.
' A AN 4..00.. 9 3 ~
Double Thread e'i •
FikarELY 7 .) . o G MACHINE:
These Machines will heiiiiier bo sold at the
following, prices , • • • ,
Small Machines (plain) gmoo
Lapp " " 40.00
in quarter awe 45.00
in half case. 60.00
4 c " 'in full case:.
We claim for this Machine imperiqrity over any other Ma
chine ever made, for the following reasons:
let.•Both'tho upper and under threads are used direr:gig
from the original spool, thus doing away with the trouble of
rewinding, against which so many complaints are made.
24. It can be worked backwards. as well as fmwards, with
the same facility, can be started with the foot alone, and is
always right. '• '
3d. It uses a perpendicular needle-bar, and straight needle,
and never breaks needles. •
.4th. It is so simple that it can be very easily /earned and
operated, by a child twelve'years of ago.
6th. It is almost nolsekst. • '
• By:the' combination 'of these features, so' important in a
Sewing Machine, we are enabled to • ffer to the public o.
Machine which Suits the understanding as well as the purse
•of all. .
Zvery Machine is fully warranted.
Toole .and hill printed directions. accompany each Machine.
ate wanted In every town throughout thecountry,
upon profitable teems,- and 'no possibility of loss. Bend far
Mauler oftenns to Agents. • • , : .
r • ..4f W • •W. NORTHROP, General kgen
: • : . No. 10 idastot &lick ( stat 1
SPRING AND SUM ER GOODS.
H. SMITH, Merchant Tailor,
N.o. 84 Wylie" Stree t , Pittsburgh,. ;
Respectfully invitee public attention to Ids new and extensive .
assortment of fashionable SPRING' AV Stitl3ll3R GOODS,
embracing all tin .new and desirable styles for gentlemen's
wiar • which will be made to . order in the very beet rummer,
at reimotable prices. • • 't • ' : • -mitirrf-ly "
FIDE, OIL'AND LEATHER•ST.
D. KIRKPATRICK k SONS, No. 21 S. TRIAD $7., between I
Market and Chestnut Ste., Philadelphia, have for sale .
. Dry and' Salted Spanish Rides,
Dry and Cireen Salted Patna Kipe, Tanner's Oil, Tanner's and
Currier'e Toole at the lowest prices, and upon the best terms.
Sir All kinds of Leather.in the rough wanted, for which
the highest market price will be given in cash, or taken in
exchange for Ilides.• Leather stored free of charge, and soli
on commission. • , jan29-ly . •
LATE PUBLICATIONS, &C.
THE .COURT OF DEATH.
The subscriber is now issuing one hundred thousand
Splendid Colored Engravings of REMBRANDT PEALE'S
celebrated Original Painting of the
at the unprecedented low price of
ONLY ONE DOLLAR EACH.
Btu, 23 BT 31 L'couzB
The lovrest regular price for engravings of the size and
quality of this is ss—and in answer lo thequestion, "Row
can they be sold for One Dollar ?" the subscriber would state
that instead' of limning 5,000 copies at $5, be issues 100,000
copies at $l. The main expense of such a work Is not in the
paper and printing, but in 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 5,000.
The, Original Painting, of which tho Engravings are a
PA6•91111111 copy, was painted by Rembrandt Peale in , the city
of Baltimore, in 1820, and has been the study and admiration
of tens of thowsands of our citizens. It has long been valued at
Delia is personified as a King or Monarch, and there is not
a skeleton or anything repulsive in the picture.
.. Them sre resarr-rnais FULL-3IZZD FIGURES In the en
graving; and 'arranged into live groups, presenting living
repreeentations-of Death, War Sensual Pleasure ' Intemper
ance, and thn Triumphs of Ch ristian Faith over the Terrors
It is a work to delight the eye and improve the heart. It
can be studied and underitimd by a child, while its sublime
conception affords scope to the strongest imagination. t •
It hue been made the subject of special discourse by Rev.
Di. Sprague, Key. Dr. Welch, Rev. Dr. Bacon, Rev. Dr: Cleve:
land,' Rev.tDr.' Wayland, and others. _ . . ~• • •
A more impressive, instructive, or beanntal .Parlor, 01[1111 4 .
Mont could not be purchased: • • " •." • -
The subscriber was advised to have the drapery of the flg
ares brilliant mid Sho*Y, to gratify the taste of the "country
people,": but ho determined to imitate exactly the rich met=
low tints of the original panting in this respect. Thevriedom
olthirdeelsion is verified not only by the Artists in this
city, but by the venerable Bentbrandt Peale• himself, as . will
be seen by the following unqualified certificate:
PHILADELPHIA, November 16,18159.
"I have seen the Chromo-Lithographic Engraving of my
Painting of the Court of Death, recently executed for. Dr. G.
Q. Colton (the presentproprietor) by Sarony,Mnjor & Knapp,
of Neyr York, and can certify that it, Is an accurate end ad
mirable copy of the original Painting.
• . • " REMBRANDT PEALE."
inclosing One Dollar. and tour letter stamps, (to. ay
Rootage) the Engraving will be forwarded, post-paid, rolled in
a strong case.
Clergymen can add largely to their yearly income(in com
missions) by interesting themselves ,in the distribution, and
at the same time place in the hands' of each subscriber "a
sermon on canvas."
Any 'person who will Show this advertisement, obtain . fire
subscribers, and forward 15, shall receive a sixth copy, gratis;
all poet -paid.
AGENTS—gentlemen or ladies—can make money' ripidly
by taking subecriptiona for this beautiful work. One Dollar
and six stamps from Agents, for ono copy and a letter of
Agency,atating special terms: : •
An active Agent can not make law than from two hundred.
to three hundred dollars per year in the bneineee, above 'ex
penises. A dencription will be sent with each picture.
The Subscriber refers to Alio following gentlemen: The
venerable Rembrandt Peale, Philadelphia; the Iron. Millard'
Fillmore; Buffalo: the:Rev. S. L prime, D.D., Editor, New
York Observer; Rev. H. B. Palmer, D.D., New Orleane; A.
V. Holbrook,: Esq., :Proprieter New Orleans Picayune ; • the•
Rev. Asa D. Smith, D.D.; the, Rev. Dr. Abel Stevens, Editor
Christian Advocate and :Journal, New Yoia; 'tbießev. Gor
ham D. Abbott, Spe ngler Institute; the Hon. Erastus Brookv,•
New York; the on. Henry J. Rayniond, New York.
To avoid mistake, the• Name, Town, County'," and State
should be PLAINLY written. Addroee •
• G. Q. COLTON;
No. 37 Park Row, New York •
P. 0. Box No. 3,33 , 1. mar3.3m,
New . . Edition; Just Thiblished.
THE D;YERAIONE,OF P,ORILEY. •
moss. - •
• -..t, • I • •
1 1 11t1 . 1 Namur:au Additions from the copy prepared ,by the
Author•for•iipnblication. Iterteed and Car-
• •••E 11s BIqUARD, : T4LOR,. F. 8: A., F. L. B. •
fOrOo Oloth, $3;: 00 . - • •
• 3171 4 .01 4T 6 C 1 e.: 1 ! °14 " . •
ENGLISH & CO, Phnadelphia.
.book be sco*byamill, priopdd •upon
un receipt of
SYNOD'S BOARD OF COLPORTAGE
Have just received a large and new 'supply of the late' isaucs
rof. the following publishers, viz.:
BOARD OF PUBLICATION ;
• • AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY; . • .
MASSACHUSETTS S. B. SOCIETY;
• •• • ' CARTER'S ' NEW WORKS; '
NELSON'S ENGLISH. WORKS;
With many other, late publications, comprising :the follow
ing, viz: Spurgeon's Gems and Sermons r Dictionary' of the
Holy, Bible, Illustrated; Life of Dr. Baker• ' Sacred. Lyrics
from the German ;- History and Habits of Animals, Illus
trated;. Tales for Young Protestants. Illustrated; Last' Dayi
of Jesus; Radii in Syria, by Mrs. Sarah Barclay Johnston..
Also. a large sunray of Animals and Gift Book% suitable for
For sale* the, Hipiettory, 45 ST. CLAIR STREET, Pitts-
LAVE - ISSUES' OF TH`E
BOARD :OF ;PUBLICA T IO N,
N. 821 '`Chestnut , •
, . .
The Church Register, containing Tables, with suitable Di
visions:and Headings for keeping lists of the Elders, Deacons,
Communicants, Marriages, Baptisms, and Deaths, in any
.Ohurch. "144 pp. Price $2.50. T •
Minutes of Session. Prepared for the use of Sessions, to
aid in the neat and orderly , Preparation and Preservation of,
their Records:* It has a suitable Title-page, Preface, Head-*
hip; Ice. The size of the ruled page is 10%
,by 8% inches.
Price, full bound in sheep, 2 qmres--192 pp., $2.50 bound
with the Register, $3.50. 3 quires23B pp.; $3; bound with
the Register, $4. 4 quires 7.3.34. pp., $3.50,; bound with the.
Register, $4.50. ' • • •
T IBlank Forms.for Systematic Benevolence in Chinches.
, Cards for Monthly Subscriptions of Sabbath School, Chit-_
dren; 2 Certificates of Dismission Of Ministers and. Licentiates;
iper„dosen) each 6 cents. . , -
• Grace and Glory. 40 and 45 cents. • T
Vainly Religion:(Smith.)'' 60 cents • •
• Christian Roane (Collier.) •60 cents. . • • .
'Rather and lier Tiines.' 60 Cents. " •
20. and 25 mate. . • •
Annie Leslie. 15 and 20 cents.
• ' ' NEW info. TRACTS.
Laws: 4 cents. ' • • -` •
.• 1 -Laborer's Right to the . Sabbath. 4 cents. ; .
oalVinisin Vindicated: 4 cents. • '
•• • . .
NEW 12M0. TRACTS. -. .
T ' •
No) 230. Tenitetworuf for being a Presbyterian. :Ogee:
.1•10; 231. 'The Thief on the Cross. 20 pages. .
Mobre on Calvinistic Literature. 40Pagei.
'Consolation.pu Death of Infants.. 20 pages....
Alar - ,For sale ,in ' Pittsburgh at the Presbyterian Brit
1 - toonie, St. Clair Street ' JOSEPH 'RHODES;
, Afeb2l-tf - Publishing- Agent
TO THE *CHRISTIAN ' •
The Celebrated 'Large' Engravng,
'CHRIST AND MS APOSTLES,
(Piot TaoßwALusz res xmxonut GROUP: SIZE it BY 36.)
1 -AND .. ,
A BEAUIIFUL= BIBLE IN ,CILT,
;FOR OAT = $ 2.0%
It le pre-endtientlyitpn fopriate•thr the , '
lEither on the nailer :trail or centretable.l •
.. TOUCHING 7 REMEMBRANCER
of our Divine Baviouil
It to a
Magnfficent i Wreath of Art
:on the'angelio altar of our Faith!
.(From Rey. Dr. Prime, Editor of; the "New York Obeerver.l
Dayton do Co.'s advertiseinent of their fine engraving of
ThemaMimes celebrated Kroll') of ""Christ and-hie Alienates,"
will attract attention., One of the piqures hangin our study,
and we regard the - Work 'as eminently suitable , for the walls
of every Christian household. The beautiful claspexl
which is presented Williff, - batind'in velvet and gilt, and
the price at which ho, olferalthem izato low, that thousands
may avail themselves of the eippoitinitty. We hope they will
.[From the Rev. Dr. Prime] _
Darren% Pannevnros:-..We Would ognln call attention to
Mr. Dayton's advertisements. 'We have' every reason to be
, lieve.tliat,thero will be. the proper response: from ,31r.
egabliihmiiit to any letters containing money for its splendid
works of 'Art.
, ' [Froth the New York Lettdorj
Tile f ina ] !thugraPPY of
lirist and His Aposties,'!
with most elpiorate enrtnandinge, a oPpy Of:which 'attracted
groat attentiowat, the fair for the Edell Rf.Meren.is a most
valuable.:ailjunat to the Mace, the studio,' or 'tie' boudoir.
The gift accompanying this enterprise is , a luxe
bound in purple and gold.
The Bible which we present with this trained' ve engraving,
is 21m0., bound in velvet--with gilt '
rims : and clasps, worth
at retail from $2 to Si.
To; ttiaea who wish to purchaie religious *tare
without. the Bible, the , pride' is $l,-with 12 rents 'to PAY
AFzi Bend to DAYTON & 00., 37 Petrk-liew, N. T., $2, and
26 cents in stamps for return postage. on Engraving.and
. , .
eyingthesliovo an itlen and forivarding,a_
copy of their paper, marked, will
. re 1
dre c A ei dss
yo a copy of eitkeriof
our miblicatioue . br prepui
DAYTON — k CO., •
87 Paii-Itow,..New York.
IFrom„the 'Herald oflFuth.) . ,
Ditytweis Eastiosing,, of ThorwaldavA "Christ and His
Apostles.,,ia ,st magnascent group The; engrarizgla axe.
entiatin a masterly manner, and,, as a work of art:
poioaiseion; we invite :03i our..patoops to
Rein Mr An toci% of dio . " - PrOsbyterfoolloitner,”
4 1, 1 4 . IST,Lfe,Xoooflinil4lo:ol4- 0 4 14 bAtkutegikfifffniii4f* 23, d
IteWu+ Stb?. , ME l 9tP# I "P./V el i t - * - I "*Pg i
I 't stn
SO . OOLI. c•
TURTLE CREEH MALE AND FEd ,
MALE SEMINARY, located in the healthy and
pleasant Village of Turtle Oreek, Allegheny Catuity, Pa-, on
the Pennsylvania Railroad, twelve miles East of Plttabtuth.
The next eetaion of tide Institution will Commence on
TUESDAY, the-24th day of April nett' Mei Seminary
building is large and commedloas, tarot/thrift - forty rooms.
The doeign.of the Institution is to give. yon ladies a Dior
°ugh education In all the branches usually taught In our bed
Seminariet, - and prepare young men for entering the ad
vanced demo in College. Young ladle, atxt small boys from
a diatanoo are expected to board with the Principal. Young
men can obtain boarding In respectable families &Arlen:tient
to the Seminary.
TERMS PER SESSION OP rwravar
Boarding, Boom, Furniture and light, $5O. Tuition,
88;•11.0,. and' $l2, =tinting M die branches studied.. The'
usual extra charges for, Tocaliandlnstrumental Music, Fortnrther trattictatis web circular, or apply to the Pride--
Psi, at Turtle Ormk*:
REV. OLIVER KATZ. LK., Principal.
MRS. JANE •HATZ, Associate Principal.
011A8. A. DIC K EY, A.M., Principal Assistant.
HERE SHALL I SEND MY SON
ldieesociatee not be , yonig men who think it
mealy . to disobey parents at home, and. manly, of coarse,. to
be disobedient and disorderly at settool Where will they
not be. the idle, the vicious, the prof the 7 ; Where dill the
littlriences and restraints he such as to flt him for the highest
usefulness and happiness? Where will lee be well fantail
To parents asking these and similar questions, we respect
One of the oldest schools in the State. Within the last seven,
years it has had upwards of fifty young men preparing for
.the Gospel ministry. The efficiency of its mental and moral
training has been endorsed by parents and by the Faculty of
numerous Colleges. Summer.ston opens May let.
TERMS :—s6s.oo.per Bowdon of flee month& French and
German extra. For fall particulars, apply to
Academia. JuniaM, flnnatv. Pa.
Uk w - wr rr F nyvvrmPrr ore rstly
REV. Z. C. PERSHING, AM., President, assisted by •
FACIILTY OP ELEVEN TEACHERS.
Superior advantages aro afforded for obtaining a thorough
Academie and Collegiate education. Every effort will be
made to secure the happiness and improvement of all who
may attend... The,Collegiato year begins August 21st; second
Session; December 7th; and the third, March 21st. Tuition
varies froinSB to $ll3 per Session, according to studies. Nor
further iriformation, apply to the President, or to Professor
J. H. KNOWLES, Pittsburgh, Pa. •
REY.' SANDERS' DfEPPENikiNP, D.D., Principal and
Profeesor.of Languages., , •
JOhn Simpson, AA., Professor of Mathematics and kr
trohomy. • • • • • •
Samuel Gins, MD, Lisitur.er on Anatomy. and Physiology.
• lies:James Y. Ailbsinhisrst„ Professor of Moral and Natural
Julies Yocum, M.D., Leattirer on Cbemistry.
Mr. Peter Ulmer, Tutor.
, Mr. J. B. Leyenbergor, Tutor In Mathematics.
Mr: Z. W. Armentrout, Lecturer on Book-keeping.
Mr. Henry L. Drebe,:Professor. in Music.
This Institution is located in the quiet and healthy village
of Hayeaville, Aehliind Count*, Ohio. Doting the lest year
there were over Two lIIINDRILD STODICKTS, 'Male and Farnalo,
inattehdiume. Diplomas are awarded to young ladies who
finiebithe course of. studies laid down in the Catalogue.
The branches taught are the following : Arithmetic, Higher
Arithmetic, and Mental Arithmetic, • Geography, English
Grammar. Analysis, Orthography, Book-keeping, Algebra,
Geometry, Trigonometry, and all tho higher Mathematics ;
Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Botany. Physiology,
History, Mental and Moral Science. Gentian, French, Span
ish, Italian, and the Latin and Greek Authors risaally read in
For Seventy-live Dollars, paid In .advance, a student shall
receive goOd board, a room furnished with bedstead, table,
chairs,. stove and fuel,' and tuition in any of the above
branches, for Two Session of Firo Months, each. Or for
Forty-two Dbllais and TIDY Cents paid on the 20th of October
next, all the above items will bo furnished for the Winter
Sessdon of 'Five Months:
The next Session will open October 27th.
Two students will occupy, the same room, and furbish their
nwn bedding, which can civilly be bronght in their trunks.
Students are admitted at any time..
instrnetion is given on the Piano and Melodeon. at
moderate cbargetc. DIEFFENDORF, Principal.
WIC II: KIRKPATRICK; • JOllle F. KIRKPATRICK,
Late of the firm of Kirk- Late with GUleepie, Zeller
petrirk & Metzger. & Co, Philadelphia.
WM. H. KIRKIPATRICK. k CO.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.; AU DIALKJI ILK
n ? M II M 4
No. 299 Liberty opposite head of Smithfield,
.", . PITTSBURGH, P A.
Particular aUention paid, to the solo of Country Produco.
INVITE"PHE ATTENTION OF
. the public to the PHILADELPHIA •
Housekeeping Pry Goods -Store,
where may be found a largo assortment of all kinds of Dry
Goods, required in furnishing a house, thus saving the
trouble usually experienced in hunting inch articles, . va
rious Places. In consequence of our giving our attention to
this kind of stock, to the exclusion of draw and fancy goods,
we eau guarantee our prices and styles to be the most favora
ble in themarket. • • • •
• • TN. LINEN GOODS,
weAre ablo.to gixo,perfact satisfaction, 'being the Oldest Zr
tabtished Linen Same in the city, and having been for more
than twenty years regular importers from some of the best
manufacturers in Ireland. We offer, also; a large stock of
• FLANNELS AND MUSLIMS,
of the beet qualities to be obtained, and at the very lowest
prime. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Shootings, Tickings, Damask
Table Cloths, and Napkins, Towellings, Diapers, fluckabacks,
Table and Piano Covers, Damasks and Moreans, Lace and
Mualin. iOurtains, Dimities, Furniture Chintzes. Window
'Shadings, &c., &e. JOHN V. COWELL & SON,
S. W. corner'of Chestnut and Seventh Ste.,
Tn.ox BELL t ROIINDRY. —
i v LEitooliseed Is2ti.j
BELLS: The subscribers have Constantly for eale •an as
.BELLS. sottment of Church, Factory,. Steamboat, Locomo-
BELLS. true;' Wanted:ion; • School-house, and other Bells,
'BELLS. mounted in the most approved and durable manner.
!BELLS. For full particulars as to many recent improve-
BELLS. 'mutts; warrantee; diameter of Bells, space occupied
!BELLS. In Tower, rates of transportation, &c., send for a
! BELLS. Clycular. Belle for the South deliveed in New
t.BELLN. YorE Address
ap3O. ' tf
A. 3IENEELY'S SONS, Agenter.,
West:Troy, New York
AGENTS to sell flue Steel Plate Engravings including
;Engraving - of tbo LORD'S PRAYRR, CRUCIFIXION, LAST
-,SUPPER, &c., &c. An active person, with only a small card
.tal, can 3:rinks $5ll to SW per Month. For particulars, address
D. U. MULEORD,I67 Broadway, New York.
,EOROE R, WRITE Si, CO.
WILL OPEN ON,
Thursday.. March Bth, 1860,
A F, UAL: COMPLETE• STOCK OF
IDEMSS GOODS, 6L - C _
SILK ROBES, froni 5 to 9 Flounces.
. GRENADINE ROBES; from 5 to & Flounces.
BAREGE FRANCAIS, from 5 to 9 Flounces.
DAREGBANGIALS, from 5 to 941 ounces.
ITogether withBAREGES Printed, FOULARD SILKS Printed,
'ORGANDIESDrinted,MOUS.DE SOIE, EAREGES, CREPES
Alto, as efegant assortment of all the latest novelties in
.A large assortment
tgE' Ole 4Z Att
: And the most desirable stoat of
:EVER OPENED IN THIS KINKEL MEN AND BOYS' WEAR
'the latest stre SHA.WLS, , and aft the 'varieties of
With from fifteen to forty springs. . . marlfi-,210
- 1 • F. FUNDENBERG,
71:1110_10111T-01V - AL
ta-,op.r.zaz,.No.- 164 FOURT2r. STRBET, "VA
Between Wood and Smiihileld Streets.
Prom 'J o'clock A. N., ni 4 o'clock P. M.
dec3-I.ys - . •
.w A.R. D I
Manufacturer and , Dealer in Straw Goods,
NOB. 103, 105, AND 107 NORTH SECOND ST.,
liMovi receiving his S'PHING STOCK, which will comprise a
mid desirlbleassortment of STRA.W arm LACE GOODS:
H: HARTLEY" Sr. CO.,
NO. 88 WOOD STREET,
Corner qt /Xamend _Wei, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
. • MANUFACTURERS OF •
Saddles, :HarAese, and Trunks,
iiiviTii*-4.A ; T01i.1109E, AND MACHINE BELTING.
jell-Iy' " • . •
MERPH ATT r HOTEL ,
46 North Fourth Street,
. • PHILADELPHIA.
' Ormnin & SON, Proprietors.
. e h
cEdONOMY,!% V '?
.1; Irw• n
• •4 Save.
• the Pieces
..ili ; aoeftiOati Witt happen. wo ta waltawyglagad laminae. it 10
very doe intalti to halm lowa cheap and swavantaat way for ampule.
Ing Furniture. Toya.Crolory, , ks. ,
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
anemia nil intekeuergenolue, and no boutehuld enn Word to bo
rind,' nod up to the sticking point.
There is no longer s nerninity, for llmplotcludra, splintered ve
neers, bullhorn dolle,ond,inpktou pot the article
fa Pone; sbell;init other Ornsinenbil W 4,04,110 Porter with Wien
of refinement and tut*. • , • •
This sdudrible preparstion Is used cold, heielt shardeally held
is selatleo,..eed iseseedei - all *the eisioable wealth* of the bor.
sethsettrasttere GAziet : may: be need In the Wm* at cirdter•r
U 51200.46, being Tandy mere Adhesive,.
-trszrui.:lx EVERY ammo
N. B.—A. Btu& accomponlei each bottle. Price, X sok
Whquals Lisp?ti_No..4 . o York
asNRY ., C. &
Box wo. 3,600, NvirTerh
tut up roi'lhalers In Causi iuuWntrns roar, algist, and twelve
49. m baantlfuthelgta t yllie,StidW.Card ettlenapanylni rrrah
. gars.A single bottle eIIIiptiLDINGII,PBSPARED' GLITZ'
nrillirase ten throteitit'Wtst eitnnattY to eery bowsetwid.49ll,
aii,piotainentAtratonirs, groggier*, Hardware anis
Purnifineliealers, grocers, and rime) , More*
Ceuntryttsereliantialbacidsnakea,itsterol SPALDING* PRS
"FARED GLUlrtilitsilislitis up *dr list, It will. stand No
I' T:.', : 17 ; 1 ; . •
Depost rempved,from= No. 39 -Platt Sfreet, t