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    the things aimed !at in Senator Wilson's bills.
One thing would still be wanting, but that le a
thing which Congress cannot supply. Wft,wint
courts and juries which can see and feel- the
truthfulness of testimony, and which have the
moral honesty to convict the culprits.. No Amer
jean,:we believe, has yet been, convided, although
several have been caught. in - the not. - but
possibly if the felons were arraigned before non
jtwies, and if the lurptly ..roTe life
imprisonment, instead Of. hanging, - v e r di cts
might become different. SOMething should be
done.
The Treaty with NicaragUa; has been 'rejected
by the Senate. This had hardly been anticipat
ed, and It causes mtioli astonishment. The ob
jeotionable feature is, the granting of power to
our Executive todand forces to protect the per
sons and property of Americans, in ,vase Nipa
ragua shall be unable to afford protection. That
we should object io'the granting of this right:to
ourselves ? ist3ents rather' strange. Efforts aro , be
ing made ‘to reconsider the vote by which the
treaty via's rejected. The plea was, that an Ex
09Utlite might use this power unduly, and involve
the nation , in a war, without the action of Con
, ,
grebe.
The Prealy with. Mexico, sent to the Senate
weeks ago, has not yet been brought to a direct
'.Vote. There must be a ihange in the opinions of
members, or it cannot be ratified. The objection
is, that it was made with a man, (Juarez,) who
'was not President of the nation, and who could not
ratify a:oompact which would be. binding. Our
compligations with Mexico, however, are likely
to become exceedingly serious. Juarez holds
Vera Cruz, as the head of the Liberal party.
Miramon, who claims to be President, and who is
sustained by the Church party, approached Vera
With five thousand men, to assail it. He
had two small steamers to cooperate. Our squad
ron was in the harbor, and, on the approach of
Miramon'a steamers, one of ours neared them
,and fired a gun ahead, which was a demand that
a flag should be raised. This demand was ans
wered, not by the flag, but by shots. A broad
side was then opened upon them, and they soon
surrendered. They were regarded as pirates,
and sent in to New Orleans. If they had been
English or French vessels, we could expect no
thing short of war, or the most deferential apol
ogy. As they are but helpless Mexicans, the
matter is in our own hands. We trust that our
Government will be both honorable and just in
the case. The affair will, of course, be investi
gated.,
The Post Of Department, that most expensive
governmental funotion, is undergoing some scru
tiny. The deflaiitticY, aftir expending all its
own revenue, is, about five millions. How many
leaks there, are, 'and how great, it would not be
oasy to tell. - one has just been exposed. The
printing of Post ' Office blanks, last 'year, cost
$100,277; and the year previous, $117,170. The
bids to furnish the same articles now are, one 'at
a reduction of ninety-three cents on the dollar,
and another, ninety-four and three-qUarter cents!
That is, we have been paying one hundred cents
for work and material worth but five and a quarter
cents. Officers who would thus waste the public
money, and 'obtain " corruption funds," may
well be suspected of peculation in anything en
trusted to them.
Circulation of New-York rapers.
The following is said to be the circulation of
the principal newspapers, daily and weekly,
which are published in the city of New York:
D ILIES
Hired 72;000
Sun 69;000
Times 24,000
Tribune .... . ....... 19,000
Express 11,000
N. Y, Ledger...4oo,ooo
N. Y.'i4fereury..26o,ooo
N. Y. Weekly...lBo,ooo
Frank Leslie's.. 40,000
Harp. Weekly... 00,000
Decrease of Shoes in ,Delaware.
Delaware is rapidly getting rid' of her slaves.
She had eight,thonsand at the firpt census, and,
but two thousand at the last one. owners
find ittraore profitablelo sell them at, the:'South
than to keep them. Sussex County alone ships
to the South, on , all average, sjx per week,: or
two hundred and twelve a year. Every census
shows a deorease of , ten per cent. in the slave
population. •
f: lowa. Legislature..)
CIDAIt 'RA:Pins, IOWA; March 27.—The lowa
Legislature has conferred upon - the Cedar Rapids
and Missouri. Mier Railrold; OPmpaity; island
grant of `seven hun.clred thousand acres, recently
resmed,for the lowa Central Cempany. , This is
the most valuable grant in thefitate, and insures
the speedy extension of that line "to the Mis
souri River. '
Steinway's Overstrink Grand
The undersigned •having personally examined
and pitotically tested the h:npipvment_ittprand
Pianos:.inventectby SteinwayOst which the
catered Strings are " overatrung " above those re-
malting, do'hereby certify :' ! , AI L
Ist. That as a result of said improvement, the
voice of 'the' piano is greatly improved in quality,
quantity, 'and power. •
2d. The sound, by Steinway's improvement, is
much more even, less harsh, stronger and much
better prolonged titan that realized in, any other
pianos with which we are acquainted.
Bd. The undersigned regard the' improvem4nt
of Mr. Steinway as most novel, ingenious, and
importani., fi r ,orpiarto,of sinitar construction has
ever been known or used, so far as the under
signed know or.belleve.
i j ,..
Wm. Apo
~ ,(eon of Dr. LLowelllgal,9ri.)
gniitaN 4 , eri ' 'Carl:Bergin*
st . 431--lifil , '* ' - ROM: Gdldbhck,'-.
Wm. A. King, , • , H. A. Wollenhaupt,
G. A. Bristow,. (Director of the Now York Sa
,ereillia(Wtogc Society,).' . ' ' ...
Geo. W, 'Morgan, (Organist of Graoe Church,
H. C. Timm,
Hill,
Saar, , and many others.
[N. Y. betity 2'ieiesT,4ieleA' 2d, gm.]
• F, or, eard of Pittsburgh agents for Steinway's
Pip,Ros, Messrs. 11..Kleber & Bro., see advert:is
goignins• • . . •
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Front"the unsolicited testimony continually of
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possible to resist, a conviction of the great ex
cellence of,these:Pills in all diseases of the Liver
and Stontattit.. The following letter from
Toronto, 9anada, itt 2 ono of the many the proprie
tors have received - 7 ;
TORONTO,' April 27th, 1854.
MalSBßB.' Flamm Bios.:
Sire :—I take this opportunity. of informing
you of the benefits I have d'eriveUfrom Dr.
M'Lane's valuable Pills. I have for two years"
past been afflicted with a severe pain over the
eyes; accompanied with a nervousness and sense
of &ninon ; a malady beyond the power and skill
of our physicians to relieve and cure, caused, as
far as I . 'myself could judge, by a diseased state
of the liver and stomach. Some of the doctors
tried bleeding, and various other , remedies were
tried, but all in .vaip, for the deep-rooted disease
still stuck fast. At last I procured a box of your
valuable Liver Pills from a druggist here, and
feel, after taking a portion of them, that the
diseates and painful
.senakttorr over the .eyes has
alutdAteutirely left me.: .:twill close by adviiing
alLtloitii.aftlicted as I havi:been, to procure 'the
valnable medicine at once,' and .save much time
and 'with little expe'nee. With • sincere
gratitude'and respect, I remain -Yours, respect..
fully, Gleßoa W.. RUSSELL, '
Pexchpers will be careful to ~ask for Dr.
Oeiebrated Liver Pills, nianufaoturod by
Bernie/ ; of Pittsburgh;
,Pg, There are
other Nilo purporting to be Diver now be
fore the public.. Dr. ld'Lane's genuine
Pills, else hisDelebrated,Venatifuge,soai:now be
had' at- ell
genuine without the signature of ,
NM
"Jour. of Corn 7,000
Cour. nud gn q .....8,000
Com. •Adv 8100
2vetting Post 2, 00
Day ...... .2,000
Triburte....1.4:.120,N0
Day Book. ..... ::•41:000
Herald.. 16,000
Timeg" 8,000
_Express 3,000
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Toronto
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6iii=iaiiaz
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By the Canada, European dates'are received to
the 11th inst. •
GREAT BRITAIN. '
In the House of Conunons, Lord John Ruisel
requested Mr. Ringlake to pbstinine ,motton
protesting against the, annexation of Savoy to
France, on the ground that discussion now - would
be prejudicial to the public service.
Mr.'Kinglaknconsented, but would introduce
it at a subsequent period;
he subjeqt,of allowing France to carry out a
system of emigration from India to her colonies
was brbught up and denounced by Mr. Cane.'
Lord John Russel retracted his previous ee-
planations: ' The arrangement was' made With
a view of arranging. the 'free immigration Of
Fiance, which practically revived all the evils of
the'ilave trade, and under' these circumstances
le thought the new arrangement perfectly justi
fiable.
Mr. Byng moved an address to the crown, ap
proving of the new commercial treaty with
France, and promising that, Parliament will take
the necessary steps to carry it into effect.
The address was .finally agreed to, without an
amendment and without a division. . '
Lord A. Vane Tempest asked if the Govern
ment, had taken steps , to secure the cooperation
of the great. Powers in opposition to the annexa
tion of Savoy.
Lord Jcihri Russel said Austria and Prussia had
intimated their concurrence in the views of Eng
land, but no reply had been received from Russia.
The Government had not asked them to take any
steps in the matter. ,
In the Hottse of Lords - a debate . on Italian
affairs took place, .a position of strict neutrality
being urged by all parties. , •
No more floating batteries, with iron sides , aro
to be constructed, owing to the Armstrong guns
having completely riddled the immensely thick
iron plates of the experimental vessel.
Capt. Robertson, of the British . ship Sir John
Moore, has been presented, at Liverpool, with a
chronometer, from , the President of the United
States, for rescuing the crew and passengers of
the American ship May Queen, in 1858.
FRANC
That portion of the 'Emperor's speech to the
Legislature, which relates to the Italian qnestion
—particularly the counsel given to the King of
Sardinia—is of great importance. We copy the
text, as follows ;:, ;•-
"In guaranteeing Italy by, my army against
foreign intervention, I had a right to point out
,the lihAti of this guarantee. .4 ther6-
foie, hesitated to declare to the King of Sardinia
that, although leaving to him 'an entire liberty of
,action, •I could- not follow him in a policy which
in the eyes of Europe appeared to intend the-ab
sorption of the State of Italy, and which threat
ened new-complications. I have counselled him
to reply favorably to the wishes of the provinces
Which offer themselves to him, but to retain the
autonomy of 'Tuscany, and to respect in• principle
the - rights-of the Holy See. if this arrangement
does not satisfy everybody, it has the 'advantage
of reservingprinciples, of calming apprehension,
and it' elevatbs Piedmont to a kingdom of more
than nine million souls.
Having in view this transformation of North
ern Italy, which gives to a powerful State all the
passes 'of the Alps, it was my . duty, for the safe
ty of our frontiers, to 'claim the French side of
the mountains. In this reclamation of a territo
ry of small extent there is nothing to alarm Eu
rope, or ,to belie the disinterested policy which I
Lave- more than once proclaimed, -for France does
not wish to:proceed to this aggrandizement, how:,
ever small it may be,' either by military occupa
tion, orby insurrection provoked, or by underhand
manceuvres, but :by frankiy.eiplaining the ones
tion to the Great Powers. They will doubtless
understand in their equity, like France as France
would certainly understand it for each of them
under similar eirMimstances, that the important
territorial rearrangement which is- about to take
place gives us a right to a guaranty indicated by
Nature herself."
Reports had been current of dissentions be
IWeen France and England, relating ' the
Zhinese expedition, but the Paris correspondent
of-the. London:Poet pronouncew them wholly un
founded. - •
ITALY
The projected annexation of Savoy .and Nice
to France, continued to attract 'much
,attention.
'P
The .Paris ays, in an editorial coMplaining of
this hostility, of England to the annexation, says
it would be unreasonable to suppose that the
Emperor would renounce that which he regards
as the, secuiity of one of the most important
frontiers of France:"
It is stated that since Cavour's last dispitch
relative, to Italy, orders, have been sent to the
French:- army of,ltalt to *. hold., itself. ready. to
March at the first notice, and that the-reply to the
officers detaanding a, short furlough was, that the
whOle :army" wenld:" imrae.diately, evacuate-lom
hardy and return to France.
( The Paris .F;atrie believes itself •in a positipmto
'state that 'on the question of Savoy, Sardinia
shows such conciliatory intentions as might be
expected from a' country which owes its aggran,
dizement to France.
Tunix, March B.—The Dpiniane , publishes
Count Cavour's dispatch of the 2d, relative 'to
Savoy and Nice. He declares that the aggran
dizement of Sardinia can never prove dangerous
to Frp,TIT3 ; but considering, the.obligation.s that
Saidiina" is tinder 1,0, Trance,' serious attention
must be given to the Emperor's demands. At
the zineinent wheiCrSarditila fer the -in
habitants of central Italy the right to . dispose of
their•astinjr,- sge 'exposes 'hertelf to - the charge
of inconsistency,' if she 'denies the right of freely
expressing their'wishes to her subjects dwelling
on the other side of the Alps. HOWever the
regret mightbeatthe - cradle of the piedmontese
tr
monarchs dimanding separation, Sardinia
would not refuse .to recognize the weight • of
manifestation, however Slight, if reade,.in con
formity'i
with the prescriptions`_ of , Parliainent.
In regard to the opposition of the great Powers,
Cavour thinks that the desire for proper frontiers
to Prance and Sardinia will: secure just and
equitable negotiations on this head.
• TURK!
Another misunderstanding existed among the
ihinisters, and a change in the ministry was
hourly expected.
The Western Powers had made proposals to the
Porte to assist in the maintenance of his rights
in Bervia and the Danubian Principalities, should
any .complications and an armed intervention
clew there. It, is stated that-the Porte had
re
quested a treaty of alliance 'with them for :cer
tain emergencies.
JAPAN
Mr. Harris, in a letter . to the Secretary of
State, from Yeddo, •expresses much dissatisfac
tion with the manner in ivliiCh` the'lB43itnese ob
serve their treaty stipulations. Until they are
made to feel the strength - of the Government
with/which they are trifling,lie - thinks it'will be
useless to attempt to hold them to their. agree
ments.
.tortiElgin has requestid the Japanese
to send an Embassy to "England; but they supra
reluctant to do so, giving the preference to the
'United States. The entire Embassy, now on its
.way to this country, numbers seventy-three. It
is doubtful whether it will be landed at New York,
or taken di reotly to Washington.
AUSTRIA.
A letter from Verena, of February 23, says: '
‘ Austria is preparing for war, and the colos
sal Proportions of her preparations lead to the
belief that she expects a formidable contest. For
more than a week past steamers have arrived at.
Venice with enormous cargoes of munition,
which bas been at once sent on to Padua, which,
it apPears, will be the basis of the strategatic
operations. All along thele of rail from Delo
to Padua are to be.seen rifled cannon of recent
fabrication. There are enough of them, it is
said, to mount about twenty batteries. They are
field pieces, but some few ,are heavy, ordinance
forlireaching ;both were cast inCthe arsenaltiiat
Vienna, where the works are .carried on night
and day. Here we are still digging and repair
ing the moats . around the' old fortifteatiena.
They have just placed the new rifled bronze guns,
and removed the iron siege guns. They tiN
, m building a fort at Parqn ' and strengthening those
rently finished at Montorson, and near the
church' of the Madonna di. Campagna. At
Pescl3iers: they arc working in all haste on the
construction of batteries on the Malusina side,
on that .eof Han Vergillo and of Cisano. Provis
'itint are bane stored 'up in the 'forts;`their' hive
even gone to Milan and purchased corn and
forage for the Austrian army.
onnitercial.
Pittsburgh Mirket.
TUESDAY, March, 27M, 1800.
ARIES—Soda Ash, 303 1 / 4 c.; 'Pots, 4 1 404Y, t e.; Pearls,
51 /D 5 ,., %
_ prime, large 'Wis., $3.50; Grindstones,
nomanites, and common $2.00®2.25 bbl.
BACON-Country Illunm, 10e.; Sugar Cured do., 1M:12W;
Ehoidders, 7Yie.; Bides, Wyo.
BUTTER—RoII. by the bb1.,1.6016e.
BEANS-05(080c, as per quality.
OHEESE=Weetern Reserve, £14010e.; Hamburg and other
superior qualities, 11012 c.
DRIED FRUlT—Apples, 51.621901.76; Peaches, $4.00.
DRIED BEEP-11011 1 4e.
ESGS-1101114011.y . ic% per dozen, by the bbl.
EXOUR—From store, Super. $5.40@5.50; Extra, $5.7001
5.75; Extra Family, $5.95(46.00; Fancy , $6.40@)&50. Corn.
: weal, $2.25. Buckwheat, $1.62 per cut. -
FBATHERS—Chicken, 1.2 e.; Geese,oe.* lb.
GRAIN—Oats, 45047 e. Corn : shelf, Gqc. .Rye, 11.09.
Nvbee, Red and White, at depot, s2:4o.Daref.
;.1.• ' • s'S—Sugar : New Orleinii, 4 c:114 lb.
48@49c. It gallon., Coffee: Rio; 1 >se.'
. , "-41ff,01410.00$ ton.
PRESBYTERIAN BANNER--gSA.TURbAY MARCH .31,1.860.
HOOP PI)LES--17,0P for sleek, nod 310.00 per M for tight.
HIDES AND LEATHER—Green beef hides. 6esBMe..; green
salted iridcw, 7j 2 - (51 , 7% . c . .;, dry, Clint, IGOhlic. Rough - country
leather is dull at , '260427c. Dressed leather is quoted es fol
lows: Ited,Bpanish:Bole'f-1b.,.21®25e.. Slaughter.%le TIM,
2420 c,; Hipper Leath6r, dozen,. $.1.3038; Bridle Leather
dozen, $40®46; Skirting Leather' it lb., 32034; lioness,
27®30, • •-
MESS PORK—Couniiy, $16.00@l 6.50; city, $18.00@3.8.50.
OIL—No. 1 Lard 031; 88®80c.; Refined ••Coal Oil, 75@80c.;
Linseed,.B6@eBc.
POTATOES—Neshannocke and Pinkeye', 55@e00. Redo
sell at various pricer, according to quality:
SEEDS—Closer, from store, $6.13 ; from first hands, $4.50®
4.76. Timothy, $2.9608.00, Nlax.., $1.26®L30.
STEARINN-10,44 per tierce.
' ALLEGHENY CATTLE MARKET.
..BEEXES—The offerings during the week amounted to 440
head, at prices ranging tram. 2t. to3yikii4y l o . The. bulk of
the cattle in market Gus week were , common. - bat all offered
were sold. Good cattle would have sold readily;
SIIREP-490 . head were offered,- and 190 sold; at $3.25@
4. 9 7 1 , 1 cwt.; balance sent to Texas.
110GS--1.020 head offered,..l.4 of which were sold at prices
ranging froin 5 to 6 1 4 e, IS lb.
HORSES-4T heawere sent East. •
New-Tork.
,
Nine YORK, March .2 . 6.-41llour $5.2005.25 for super. State,
5.25@5.40 for extra State, 55.2005.25 'for super. Western,
5.3005.65 for common to medium extra Western, and $5.050
6.10 for shipping brands of extra 11.11:0. Canadian Flour,
5.4007.00 for common to 'choice extra. Rye Flour: 3.70a4.40
for common to choice super, Corn Meal: 3,00e.3.70' for Jer
sey. Buckwheat. Flour, 1i50a1.70. Prime Milwitnitio Club,
1.20 in store. Good white' Canadian at a trifle over 1.54.
Rye, 25aSfic. Barloyi: , Canada East, 85c. Corn, 70a12e.
.
:',# . .oitt-',,IT-,6tito.
WITHERSPOON INSTITUTE
BUTLER;
The Sununer Session of this Classical end *English Sehool
will begin on the 24th of-April, and:continue fire rtiontim...
Tuition, $(1.00, $5.00,p and $lO.OO, strutting toitudies.
Mine or Melodeon'; (extra) sl2.ooper'Sdssion.
Boarding„,can be, had in the. boardinghouse, {nearly fin
ished.) audit' private families, at $1.70 anti $2.00 per *leek:
For particulars inquire of Loyal 'Pont*, "Secietary of. the
Board, or J. B. BOYD, Principal.
, . .
Dn. - MANSFIELD,} .o r • A ts T
HE S S
A.' BOYD' " rrangernen
NOTICE is hereby given -to the Elders of
the Findley-Pretthyteq, that there will be a Conyeution at Mt.
Blanchard, Mancock'Oo; Ohio, on the 9th of April, 1860, at
7 o'clock P. M., for thd . purpose of Increasing the efficiency of
the Eldership in'our bounds. All the Eldersin said ,presby
tery;and others, arditiviteifiriattend.
Parriel.
On Tuesday, March &1 by' net. James Marti% Mr. Janus
CALHOUN to lass -SARAH ,. E. MMauna, -both of Elizabeth Tp.
On Monday, March 12th, Mr. Joins CASTOR to Miss "RAO/IEL
LEWIS, both of Allegheny County, Pa. '
On the sth inst., by Rem, G. Si. Shaiffer, Mr. LIMNER R.
SEIDLE, of MarriebtFg, to Mise ANNIE SHAVER, Of Mt. Union.
On Thursday, March lst, by Rev. D. M'Cay, Mr. PRANKLIN
MILLER, to Miss EMAIIETiI .1.. ELLIOTT, nil 'of Clarion
On Thursday, March 15th;by Rev. David Dail, Mr. CilittS
K. M'Kns, of Armstrong County; to Miss' AIVIRA FuvroN, of
South Pittsbnrgii.. ; ' ' '
At the residence of IL B. Johnston in llollidayabairg, on
the morning of March 22(1. by Rev. D. X. Jurikin, DX., Rev.
atoms A. Maasuart,Of Zanesville, Ohio; to`Miss ELLEN E.
TAYLOR,' of Itlairivillo,:Po".' '•
On January 3d, by Rev. John Rice, Mr. Caawsoan Immix
to Miss MART ANN Atunc.• On January 2603,141 r. ROBERT' K.
BABA to , MISS CATHARINE LYDICK, .01/ 29th,
JOHN G. ROBERTSON to Miss ELLEN LAPSLET, 011 Of Indiana
At Rosemmint, by Rev. 'Wm. lunter,on the 20th-ult., Mr.
Emmy M'lmnxxv, to Miss ELIZABETH WKINDLOY. At, the
same place, on the 15th inst., Mr. WARREN , STEweiT
.to MSS
MART ANNIE PETROL At the same time, Mr. Saitza Knox
to Mie Einantru Saone all, of Beaver County, Pa.
March' 13th, by Rev. 'Alexander M'Gaughey, i t the 'honee
of the bride'slitther,lifr.lense C. LEANT; of Mindin, Louisi
ana,-to Miss NANCY E. CHAMBERS, - of North Huntingdon
Township, Weitmoreland County, Pa.
' On the evening of March Md, by Rev. Alex G. Wallace, at
the hoime of the bride's father, Mr. PRINZAS It. GRAY to bliss
114.13E0C1 Gimes, all- of , forth lluntingdon Tp., Westmore
land County, Pa.
March Ist, by Ree.,T. Stoneroad, Mr. WILLIAM Finnan', to
Miss Malcca Onona
aier, all of Laurel Hill, Fayette Co., Pa.
At the residence of ,Mr. A. G. Lawrence, Washington, Ohio,
on Wednesday morning, March 14th, by- W. M. Ferguson,
Mr. W. A.. Lawartece to Hiles MUM E. ENDLY, all of the
abaie place
Ohttuary.
lANNOITCNiENTS,, ORATIi; ADDITIONLL .
EYJIAREZ,
CENTSI A LINE, NIST WORDS DREW A. LINE.]
DIED—Of scarlet fever, February 29th, PHILIP LOUIS,
aged 3 years and .11 months. March let, ISAAC SMITH,
aged 8 years and 6 montlek March 6th, ABRAHAM J. aged
. 6 years and 5 .months:. March 17th, HENRY WEBBER,
aged 13 months--thildien of John nnd'Elizatieth Newton, of
'Slippery Rock, Beaver County,
Thus, in seventeen days these bereaved parents were called
to lay all their children, four lovely littleboys by each other's
side, in the time-honored grave-yard of Slippery - Rock
ehnrch. Burly, Bright, transient, chaste as the drops of
morning dew, they sparkled,,,were exhaled, and_ went to
DIED —ln Cincinnati, March 7th, FREDERICK,- eldatt
sOll of Mr. Joseph Pearson, of Lawrenceville, Pa.
• , Yee; Frederick's gone--his spirit's fled,
3 But-who:would wish him back again!
He's free from toll,,and free from pain,
Our loss is his eternal gain.
He's gone:to tune his harp` anew, -
To sing and shoat as angels do;
Could we but bear the heavenly sound,
Our hearts . With holy joy would bound.
Then let us dry the falling tear,'
And
And cheer thaw hearts so sad and drear;
For Fridericklivee—his home's on high,
lie's where thuSaviour's ever nigh.
.DIED—On the meriting ofFebroary I6th, after a short
illnees,'of pleura pheautonita ? Mr. THOMPSON FIFE, aged
The deceased was lorig an humble and !sincere Member of
Bethel'A ureh. • Ile.suffered much, but complained- not, and
gaud fortableividence that death to him would be gain.
He was pleasant in . .l.lfe, and happy "in death ; a good neighbor
and citizen; a sincere - *lend and-humble Christian; ever
hind and Cheerful in lais'family, arid one that will be much
missed in.the domestiasirele in the neighborhood, andin the
eburch of God.. His widow and three Bons, as well as many
friends, have lost the loving: husbandi kind father, affection
ate blather, and*stitYpfriend:. But their loss is, we trust,
his eternal gain.! - ior "I heard a voice saying, Blessed are
the dead which-die in the Lord." G.M.
, GROvEn St BAKER'S ..
CELEBRATED
Family Sewing NlachiTles.
A NEW 'STYLE. PRICE $50.00.
CORNER OP FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS; (over
lingua' Dry Hoods Store„) ENTRANCE ON !VTR STREET,
495 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
730 CHRSTEDT STREET, Pinrammfirta.
Jar These lifabliiiiCs sew from two spools, end form s
sham of aim/nailed strength, beauty, and elasticity, which
will hot rip, even if every fourth stitch be cut. They are
unquestionably the,betit indho market for family use. s ,
Afar SEND FOR. A CIRCULAR. , apin-ly
THIS WEEK'S ADVERTISEMENTS.
W e S. HAVEN,
Ikko hrta Job
STATIONER, STEREOTYPER, BLAbTR. BOOK. MANG
FAOTORER,.. and
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PAPERS, Corner of Market and Second, and Wood and
Third Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Particular attention paid to printing Catalogues for Colleges!
and Seminaries, Programmes, Diplomas, and School Renorti.
WILKINSBURG ACADEMY*.
The Bummer Session of this Institation will commence on
MONDAY, AMU!. 231), and continue for a term of rive mouths.
Good Boarding can be had at reasonable rates.
The Instructorsin this Institution will
_endeavor to pro.
motethe moral as well as the intellectual improvement of all
committed to their care and instruction.
ItEV. - :f. M. HASTINGS, Principal.
triarnat Anacleto Principal.
OLONIE INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG
Parents who hive 'daughters to educate Wilt please;,
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$145.00 -
will pay for ONE YEAR'S 'Board, Tuition, (regular course„)
washing to the. lemmas of thirty dozen, 'and fire, •the
alitive-named Insticiitipu t
The next i3es loti will - 40u on the,
FIRST MONDAY OF MAY.
fifg- Circulars sent on application. .• ; . •
. , - OLIVIA J. FRENCH, Principal.
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REFERF,NCES.
nay. .Wramara SaiTH, D.D., Canonsburg ; Pa: ; - .. •
filar. 'WILLIAM JEFFERY, D.D., Allegheny County, Pa.
3lou. CHARLES pPAIXIG, Pittsburgh, Pa.
./OUIS Seim, Beg., Huntingdon, Pa.
Bay. DAVID ISTREPAPRIOK, BD., Iffestinoreland Co.; Pa.
Heir. W. C. A. Larrauca, Sp. House Hop., Harrisburg, Pa.
*MN. A. G. 'Canna, Bellefonte, Pa. -
Bay. JOHN T. Parssix, D.D., All City, Pa..
Bar. 'JOSEPH T. COOPER, D.D., (Rensington,) Ps. '
THOMAS Piftsbnrgh; Pa. * . •
J. M. GEMPOILL, M.D., Altoona, Pa.
HOE. GEO. H. STEWART, I,ondonville, Ohio.
H. C. HICEOE, Sup. Public Instruction,. Harrisburg, Pa.
lan .C. birreuzu, Attorney-at-Law, Bellefonte, Pa.
SALTSBURG MALE AND FEMALE
ACADEMY—INDIANA COUNTY, PA.
L. B. WILLIAMS,' .A 25., Principal ; aasisted by eoinpeteitt
Teachers in the usual branches, Music and Painting included.
The Seventeenth Seesion avilhopen. on MAY ler;and continue
free inonths. For"firther particulars, address the PrinCipil,
or < W. W. WOODEND,
President of the Board of Trustees.
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NET YORK.
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We ' take Pletierne In inforthing 'the public that i r e hity,
just received arplentild assortment of the celebrated STEIN
WAY PIANOS, -comprising -.PLAIN SQUARE, CARVED
SQUARE, SQUARE, GRAND.", and an
...,r , ~. .
Overitring Concert Grand.-Piano.
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This fine stock was personally selected with the greatest
care, o.tho lellotom l by U. SLEBEI‘ mid& ..tkunviestiona.
bl_v thit'ehoicest tot-o offered .by the subieribers. , ..
We respectfully in the musical profeistion and the.pub-
Ile hi general to give ii-call and exestdun the above in-
W r9r .*lnioni ilweriolliy,ll:3o local column'.''
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4 }e ktlßEßiitie6,;
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NO. 53 Fifth Street,'
riiir3i-lt . , 'Sole Agony here for Steinwara Pianos.
ROOFLANDIS .GERMAN BITTERS
Will positively cure
- - Liver Complaint, Dyspepala,.Neryoua Debility, &e.
From Dr.F. B. PARKER, of _Newark, Wayne County, bi..;
Read the following certificate froin a physician of high
standing :
Da., C. M. 3,tonson:—Dear Stir :;---Ilaving for nearly two
years last past suffered very much from Indigestion, Thad
ness,- and general Nervous 'Debility; l was induced, as a sort
of dernier resort,
.to make a trial of," Iloofiand's German
Bitters." I have certainly derived' great benefit from theni
and believe- they are the very best: of the various prepete;
tions in use for derangement of the digestiie orians,, with
torpid and Inactive 'condition 'of Ma 'liver, and chaerfulfy
recommend them in those cases whore tonics and nervines
are indicated. Very:respectfully, yours,.' " .
•. , , E. , 8. b1.E.4
Itawark, Wayne Co., N. 1., June 1,1859.
For sale by Druggists and Diadem everywhere. Price .85
cents per bottle. • • meal-It
tIOLLOwAips rthis.-co - irons,
'particularly those of alard; dry 'character, frequently
proceed, primarily, from a diseased condition pf the stomach
and the hvor, and may often be removed by a'single` dOsemf
these extraordinary ; Pills. The invigorating influence of the
remedy upon the weak and debilitated is tiuly Marvelous.
• Sold tit the manufactory, No. SO' Ofielden , Lane, Newt :York,
and by, all Druggists, at 26e., 63c., and 4LOO petpot or bcim.
J. M. DOILLAND FINKBIND,, D Iffe4eir.
DORLANTii, FINKBiNg 3
POINT SAW MILL,
:Fenn Street, below : arbury,
ID' kinds of OAK AND PINE :LIAIDDIt, FLOONING,
Ikrut; rmixos,
Aar Orders iespectfuDy solicited; and promptly filied. ;,
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110.A.RD OF 01IP Olt.TrA)Gg
'4slL — Cleit' Street • '•-- •
'Offers for sato a choice aelectithr - orbOo statist:lo fOr ail
.classes, on very reasonablo terms. ;The collection embraces
the, entire publications of the Presby ,
oriart Itya.rd, 'of five
hundred and sixty-nine distinct uvirksjand adarge variati or
Psalms and Hymns, and, the Psalms of, Delia in,mptre.
Aled, a good selection from Carter's'
Nelson's,-Illassachusetts S.; S. SoeietyiTraetSociety; and
S, S. Union; .
fledge on Corinthians. 2 vole
' Ephestatia;
English Hearts and English Hands"...
The Vordi and Mhid of Jeans
.Thip Faithful Prothiser • •
Still llour ; or, Communion with God
Life or Gen. novolock •
4'fe of Capt, Vicars
Clinuning's Great Tribulation.
Revival Sermons.: .By Guinness.
Sermons to Working Men. By J. W. Alesander.—..,.....,
Mati .Engre. 'By Dr:.Potts, "." • 25
The Christian's 'Boma. A Prize _Easel •CO
Family Religion. By Smith • " '
Bather and Her Time's. By . J.
alaat'Daya of Jesus. .By AT: Moore
Titles of our Lord
iliatbry and Habits of Animait.: Illustrated:.
,Marrow of , hloden' Divinity
'Baited Lyrics Item the German.
Mho 'Martyred Afissionßries •
The Goepel,4nltunpeh'
" _ . 352 pages - .
3leUiod of 'Grime.
ftiches of Bunyan 55
Songs for Little Ones at Home • ' 4 35
The Board have taken special care to obtain a oli'olce, 6aleo
tion and• large variety of Sabbath School books, embracing
1875 vole., and severelLitiraries;enibracing - from fifty to ono
hundred volumes each, at from $2,5a to $lll.OO, selected from
the Board of Publication,Carter's, Martian's, S. S. Union,
Tract Society, Massachusets S. S. Society, and Nola= t Sons.
Alt these they offer ,at a 'very liberal discount,: as. au. Judnee
nient to Superintendents and .Tesehein in the country'Ais
trictst.whose schools have been shopetided during` the Winter,
and are soon to be re-commenced, to obtain the beat library
within their reach.
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This valuable. work stands, without question, at the head
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thework of a.great mind-which has , liad thelargfit vxpe
risks's in teaching , and combines the result of rnamy , years of
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vard, Yale, Itmhester, New York University, etc.- - '
From FRANCIS Boivre, Professor of Logic., etc., hi Harvard
-
"It is one of.the moat important treatise! upon logic, that
bavo appeared In England during dia . present. century,; and
aksuch.reccived the high commendation of so'savere As trite
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than usual care in the preparation of this Series, and they
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wear, which wilt be made to order in the very bestonaliner t
at ntascausble prices. marl7-ly
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FOR Sigha r a.M..
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Having made arrangements for another find different busi
ness, wishes to sell off his entire stock of •
BOOKS AND STATION FRY
At the earliest ppaalblo day. To effeci, this,. he offers ,all his
Books and Stationery
AT COST‘A
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STEREOSCOPES AND PICTURE S ,
POCKET, FAMILY, AND PULPIT BIBLES
HYMN BOOKS, AND CODIMENTARINK
This is a 'rare PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
LIBRARIES.
Wholesale and Retail „Booksellers, as well as tire reading
,pubilo generally of Pittsburgh. Allegheny City, and,their .
vttlnitiea ferireepettfully Inv to visit the establishment,
NO. 93 WOOD STREET, arid aerofoil~yy examine the, stock.
By, so doing, they will manilkly aubser,e their own In-
IiENTAL.
Persons wishing the services of the Dental operator will
tlnd.O. SILL ever ready, at moderate charges, to fueniih all
of the lateact improvements. He will spars `no effort to give
good satbrfaction; he insures his work to be donoin the beet
style, and patrons may be supplied on the shortest notice.
Continuous Gum on Platina, Gold, and Corallee, &me with
equal success. Artificial Teeth put op in this way; form the
gums in one solid body, leaving nododfratent for food, and so
nearly representing the natural organsas, scarcely to be de.
tested when In the month—doing away with that artificial
appearance so objectionable. the calls attentlien,to specimens,
*bleb may be seen at his 000:5 110 . 87 Gr ant St",l 4 ? 0P1P 011 4 6
Gm Court House, Pittsburgh, Pa. , , , ;
REFERENCES:
s 4 hice 1.
Rev, W. D. Monsen, A. O. Itrummiamgarm, • .
A. BRAD= J. M. Pinto;
W. M. FAndy 301 1. Anti; 30
W. K. Loma; H. Herlame
InarPA-lk • '
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A ipaw,d ißte,E•.!*l n. g)'YP r i c ! °f , .1 /5)
Pricy $2.25.
MISOf.LLANEOUS.
HIDE, OIL AND LEATHER STORE.
. •
D. KIRKPATRICK lc SONS, No:211. THIRD Sr., between
Market and Chestnut Std.,Thiladelphilai have for sale-
Dry and Silted Spanish Hides,
Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil, Tanner's and
Currier's Tools at the lowest.prices, and upon the beet terms.
liar All kinds of 'Leather in the rough wanted, for which
the highest market price will be given , in cash, or ta)ren in
exchange for Klass: Leather stared free of chirp; soba
on commission. 3an29.1y
SYNOV,S,BpARID Or cOLPORT4I.GE
Have just received a large and new eupply of the late,isaues
of the following publisher's, , .
BOARD OF PUBLICATION ; '
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY:
MASSACHUSETTS S. S. SOCIETY; '
CARTER'S NEW WORKS;
NELSON'S. ENGLISII WORKS;
With many 'other late, publicattorts,, comprising, the. follow
ing, viz i 'SDrurgeoil's - Gems Sernions • Dictionary - of the
Holy Bible,allustrated t Life; of Dr. Beier. ' Sacred Lyrics
from the German; History and Habits of Animals, Illus
trated; Tales for Young Protestants, , Illnitrated; Last Days
of Jesus; HMO. in Syria, by Mrs. Sarah Barclay Johnston.
Also, alarge. supply of_A.nnuals and, tift Books, suitably for
the Holiday -
For sale at.the Depoiltom 45 ST. CLAIR STREET,' Pitts.
burgh. : jun2l-tr
C . -I,k,R,P•SPRITIGr op
,1860.
BURCECEIE,LD & CO., at the North-Pmst corner of Fourth
and fdarka'Streets, Pittsburgh, announce 'to the readers of
the Batmen (many of whom are their constant customers,)
the arrival of their second supply of ,
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ,
including all kinds of.STAPLE atir,Y GOODS, and also
the new styles of DRESS 'GOODS,' of all; grades, Such as
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French menses, iii Robt:a of five to seven Flounces, and by the
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Gloves, and Hosiery ; Men's Wear, in Cloths, Cassimerea, &c.;
Boys' Wear, a large: amortmeat.. Also, SHAWLS' AND
MANTLES, for. Spring and Summer—and all, marked at
lowest possible prices.
Wo invite strangers visiting Plttsburgh to call and ass our
Goods, and hear our prices. ,
NEW. GOODS receiving all through the season.
N •E'W GOODS!
BROOKS & COOPER
. No. 7.5 - -Market Strept, - Tittsburgh -
Have received their supply of
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linuever upened. in Pittsburgh. They deal exclusively in
Linen, and rifnirso,hirnitiviiii Goods,
and consequently can offer a better assortment of Goods in
these two classes and sell them cheaper than houses dealing
in dress and fancy goods.
..ASEP^,-We ask all. visiting the city, and'Manting , any, article
iri to give us a call. BROOKS d; COOPER,'
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In ssociation. with - Ilan. Charles Masoll:
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No. 31 , Park' Row, - 'New - Ykork. , -
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addition to their own experiencepf nearly fifteen y,eariebtant -
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RON.", JUDGE MASON, who wets-for:several years -OoMMeitt.;
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business; connected with the Examination of Inventions,
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--JAmEs LOWRY, JR.. , ofPittsblirgh, Neill be- a candidate
for Clerk of Courts, subject to the decision of the Republican
County Convention. • ' • ' iruir3-3m*
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of Clerk of thu Court; subject to the decision of the Republi
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let. Both the upper and imder threads • ere used directi'y
from the original spool.'thus doing awg y, with 'the trouble of,
re-winding, against which so many complairitii are' ade.
2d. It can bo worked backwards, as 'nB fdrivarda, with'
the same' facility, can be started with the foot alone, and• is
always right, ,
• . 3d. j.t. newt a ierpeadienlar needle:bar, and•etralglit needle,
suad•nererbreaks needles.
• 4th. It ie so simple that it 6in . be very canny learned aid;
operated, by a'child. twelve years of ago. •
Stli. It is alshost noiieless.
By; the• combination' of.theso features, so important in af
Sowing'
,Machine, we are enabled to offer to the public, I",
Machine which butts the-riUderstanding as well as' the purse •
ofd.. •• . .
•
Every kachfne is fully warrsototi. -
Tools inthrtill printed 'directions accompany each Machine.
Agent» wanted In every town throughout the country,
upon profitable terms, and no possibility of lose. Send for
Menhir of terms to Agents. .
, • W. W. NORTHROP,. General Agent.
• • 1.10.'60 31arket.Street, (up staint)
tnarl74ltt . •, ; , : Pittsburgh,
AGRICULTURAL; 'U.
TO. FARMERS I AND GARDENERS.
The embecrtbers ofFer f ftir'saleitily"tbonstuid barrels olf
POUDRETTE, made by the ,Lom,MAWII/ACTURLNO CO)IPAYIT,
in Lote to suit•Purcliaiiiill „Thal article' is in the twentieth
year of Its introduction into this country, and hee outlived
fertilizers of ,every., ether - description ; • for the folloWlng
reasons:. .
Ist. , lt le made f r om tho night litoil'of the City of New.Yarli,
by.the L: M. Co., who have a capital of 11100,000; invested n
fhe traskiess, which la. at
,chit eltottkVihey make a bad
, • !•; . ...1: r” - :1 l•:- • •
21.!..80r..C0rn and Yogstables it is tiriehettpFet, neatest And
- hiedfashislieninnre thirworld;•lt'ean . bif ideoed 'well:met con
totet with' tho .stfeel,, forces, and, ripens .vegetation two :Weeks
preienta the cut worm, doubter the crop, and is mak
ant disagreeable 0e10r , . , , ;Three dollars worth, or:two barrels,
is all-sufficient to manure an acre of corn in the hill. .. •
Pates-1 bbl., t 2.00; 2 bbl:., $3.50; 6 bbls_, 63,06; rind over
6 bids., t 1.60 liar barrel; delivered,free of :asrtage, Id vessels
or railroad in New York City.
A parMiblet containing every information, and certificates
from farmere all over the United States, who have usiSl
troin titio.to seventeen years, will beient free to any one ap-•
'plying for the same::. ORIFFING, BROTHERS B.COy , •
. Nottkltiver Agricultural Warehouse,
••• •• •" 60.Conrtland Sreet, New - York,'
. : marlo-2th ;nrl.llB,lllouth Delaware Avenue, Phila., Pa.
S'' MALL FuRVITS,
. •
Henidg'for many years paid special attention to the culti
vation of small fruits, we are now prnparod to furnish,
smaller large quantities, the following valuable Tailgate: •
• Strawberries..
Over one hundred varieties, embracing nearly all , the native
and foreign kinds of any repute: The. Most universally .
popular of these is undoubtedly the , .
WILSON'S ALBANY .811:EDLIIM, • . •
Of which we have on hand the iergeet stock in existence,.
which we offer at 25 cents per dozen, $1 par 100, $8 per 1,000,,
and $5O per 10,000..
It is unnecessary to say anything in plain of this fruit,.
as any ono at all conversant with strawberry culture for the
last two Years, who•hae acquainted himself with:the dinete.
alone of fruit-growers' 'associations, and tho contents of the
:Horticultural Press,-, is aware that, for size, productivenesi,
and profit, it stands nt the very head of the list of Strawber
ries. Pratt of this remarkable variety from our grounds
sold in the Pittsburgh market lest season at $l.OO per quart,l
and a single plant hited with the fruit on, brought $l.OO. A :
writer in the Cbuntry Gentleman says, it succeeds well on
almost any soli, and that it has produced with him at the rata
of 5130 buthels to the acre.
Other Tarietimproportionatoly low; endwise Inducements
offered to those wanting large quantifies. •
Rapberries.
Brinckle's Orange, sla per dozen, 57.00 per 100; PeatoltY,,
Rivera' Large Fruited Monthly, lineTetee 'Giant, Red and
Yellow Antwerp, $1 per dozen, 0.00 per.loo..
BLACKBEFiRIES. •
, •
NEW ROCHELLE, OR LAWTON;
sl.oo' per dozen; $5.00 per 100, and $4O per 1,1:00.
DORCHESTER AND NEWMAN'S THORNLESS:
$3.00 per 100; $26 per 1,000.
Wholesale purchesere and dealers allowed a - liberal die.'
count.
VANT iyenien.
Pox $l.OO we will send , to any Post Office In the country,
exceptOragon and California, postpaid, and carefully put , np,
in' cotton and oiled silk So as to• carry safely, FgarT
Albany Seedling Strawberry Rlanta; or tbasalne number of
`plants of any other' wisty Itiour catnlogue Offend at twenty
•nye'coiktcpotatereni awes at fiftynents.per dozen, half the
number. yea,lll 09 we to ilio,seadi •Rochelle
InitaktiiiiryiPlauts. E • 4 ' •
.9 1 .Mnirlf0,410 01 3 1 ' 11 Mmatrnig 0 47M lAgglaPagY Plants.
utralogues rent' on appllsition, enciWnia damn , •
- alp^ 01 MI 110t1 - J:E41112(0/xy.)t
roarlo-4t Box 478, Ilttebirib;+ Ps.
F ARMERS, . GARDENERS, Faurr !
GROWERS:, CATTLE DEALERS, &C., •
. .
Will find the moat Complete assortment , of books relating to
their businese that can betionnd in the world, at C.M.' SAX
TON, DARKER L. CO.'S trip7ictelturat Apr* Rowe, 26 Park
Row, Now York. Send for a catalogue .` - feb.l.B-ly ,
LATE PUBLICATIONS, &C.
ig . t iLIONS
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sent postpaid to. any part of the U. States.
Among the Books Published Ay them , are:
1. Basler? Complete Course of Mathematics. 20 yols.
2. Willard's Series of School Histories.
• 3. Monteith and McNally's System of, Geography. •
• 4. Clark's Syetera,of English Grammar.,
," 5. Parker k Wataon's Series of Readers and Spellers.
11 Parker's .Nutnral and Experimental pnil9 6 onilY.
7. Porter's PrinciPles of s aiernistry.
.. Northend's Double Series 'of SchoOliSpookere and Dia
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9: Smith k 51aMin's Single . and- Double Entry . Book-
Keeping. .
- 10. Boers' System of Penmanship.
• • 11. Brook.field's First Book. in Composition.
• : 12. Boyd* Mahan's System. of Logic.
13. Malian's Intellectual Philosophy.
14. Boyd's Kamm' Elements of Criticism.
15. 'Sorra Edition of English Poeta.'
7 le. Brooks' Latin and Greek-Cliusslesd Series.
. 17. Snilth's Orthomphical Works. .
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USED IN TDB MILITARY ACADEMY OF TEIE LikT!ED
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• Davies' tinliersity - Arithmetic. ' '
Davies' Bourbon's Algebra. , • . , ;
Davie's' Legendre's Geometry:
Davisstßlements of Surveying. •..
Davies' Descriptive Geometry.
Davits' Shadre, Sinulows, and Linear Perspective.
. • Bartlett's Analytical Necitimies. '
Bartlett's Acoustics anti Optics.,
:Bartlett's Spherical Astronomy. • ' '
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different States of tho
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Library, consisting of ten vols., and highly recommended •to
the School Teachers 'of the United States, at sl' per • volume :
•t - 1. rage's Theory, and Practice of Teaching., •
9. Holbrook's Normal Method of Teaching the Common
Branches. •
• 3. Northend's Teacher, and Parent. '
• . 4. Mansfield on Ainerican Education.
- : Be Tocolieville's 'American Institutions.
6. Bate's Institute Lectures on Mental and Moral Culture.
• 7. Dwight's Hi g her Christi:in Education.
3layhow on Universal Education. . , ' ;
9. Davies' Logic of Mathematics.
10. History of Education, witlrßarnard's Introduction.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
Brooke Manual of Devotion. Brooks' School Teacher re
Register. liniglit'S-MOdern'Philology. Picciola, Harlow) of
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THE cpER.T:Or DEATH:
The eubseriber,.te now issuing ono 'Nindred thousand.
Splendid Colored' Engravings of ItEIfOIIDT PEALE'S
celobtated Original Painting of the ' • ' . '
COURT . OF DEATH,
at the unpnecedentdd low price of:
ONLY ONE DOLLAR EACH.
- 812 f, 23 B . lr 31 INcires.
, • The lowest tsiilar price for engrasings of the eivi and
quality of this is ss—and in . answer to the question, " How
can they be 5014 for Ono Dollar 1" the subscriber wripid state
that instead of baiting 6,000 copies. at $5, he 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 platen. If 5,000
only are sold; $6 le but a Lair price.' But if 100;000 are sold
at $l, the aggregate profits arc huger than on the 5,000.
The Original Painting, of which the Engraiinge are a
FACATMILE copy, was painted.by Rembrandt feats In the city
of Baltimore, in 1820, and hen been the study and admiration
of tens of thousands of our citizen!. It his long been valued it
• • '25'000 Dollars.
Death is peniontlled ae s...lling or Monarch, and there is not
a skeleton or anything repulsiveintbe picture . ' ' •
..There aro TWEriIt:THRIE I'ULL-81Z*0 .710118E5' in the OD.
graving, and arranged into five gronps, presenting living
representations of Death, War,' Sensual , Pleasure, Intemper
ance and the Triumphs of Christian Faith over the Terrors
It Ls a work to delight the eye and improve the heart. It
can be studied and understood by.¢ child, while its sublime
conception sifordasoope to the strongest imagination: '
It has been made, the subject of special discourse by Rai.
Dr. Sprague, Rev. Dr. Welch, Rey. Dr. Bacon, Her: Dr. Class,
land; 'Rev. Dr. Wayland, and others. • • ; • ,
A. more impressive, instructive,. or beautiful Parlor Orns.
mint could not be purchased. • • •
, The subscriber was advised to have the drapery of the fig
ures brilliant and Showy, to gratify the' taste of the "co - entry
people,7' but he determined to imitate exactly the rich mel
low,tlnts of the original painting in this respect. The wisdom
of this decision' le verified not only •by the Artists in' this
.clly,:hut by , the venerable Rembrandt Peale himself, as will
be seen by the following unqualified certificate :
• • ••• • - "PHILADELPHIA; November 16,1859.
•'lsllaitina Man the; Chronio-.l4thographio qingTheing of my
Painting the Court of Death, remntlyAteented for Dr. G.
Q. Colton (the present OrOOrlator)'bY SirotiF,lifajcir •.4 . lRnavi,
of New.,Yorle.,, and .can certify, that : it, is Ain accutrats and ad
minable topy,of the original Painting. ' • .
-• • . •:: .•"'REMBILANDT
By incloslng One-Dollar and four letter etainpe i •(to, pay
postage) the Engraving will be forwarded, vast-paid, rolled In
a etiong caw: • • '• • ',• • '
Clergymen can add largely to their yearly, income (In com
missions) by interesting themeolves in 'the distribution anji
at the same time place. In the hands of-each . embscriber a .
sermon on canvas. "
Any person who will•show this - advertisement, - obtain five
subscribers, and forward $5, shall receive a sixth copy gratis;
all post-paid.
AGENTS—gentlemen or ladies—can:make money rapidly
by taking subecriptions for this beautiful work. Ono Do ll ar
and six stamps . *Gm Agents, for ono copy and . a letter of
'A'glney;stating special "tering. , `' ": • " • ." r. I
An active Agent can not make leas than from two htradredi
to . three hundred doliars'per year in the businin , w, above' eir
mites. :A description pill be sent with each picture.
The subscriber' refers to the following gentlemen: The
liinerable Reinbrandt Peals, Philadelphia; the Hon. Millard •
; Fillmore, Bliffalo: the Rev..S. I. Prims, D.D., liditor•New
Ydrk" Obsirier; M. 8.. Palmer, D.D.; New Orlearia;" A.
M: HOlbrook; Esq., 'Proprietor 'New Orleans Picayune ; the
ReN. Aio D. Smith; D..D.; the Rev.. Dr.; Abel Stevens, Editor
'Christian Advocate and Journal, NeWYOrk ; the Rey, Gor
ham' D. Abbott, Spinster:lnstitute ; the,Hort. Eisstris•Birooki,
.
NeNC ., York ; the Eon, henry J. Raymond, New York.
TO avoid lmiztake, the Name,. Town, County, 'and Italie
should bo rx.etax.r.written. Address, ,
. • -
—G. COLTON?
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Ne. 37 Park Row, New York' •
. • P." 0. BOX ;FP- 1 e391.- !.; • • .:Meru
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MO . V}IIE ViERI§TIAN : WtißtD.
. I'l4 f.t."f ^ ••' • r
Colo'biited largelntraft •
. • • ..7 g. 4) ; •T. .
Ow AD. iiPOSUES;
:4 (ftpx THoswaamixt autostrp 43nm Mort K.)
11 .; • ; ' ; '
BEAUTIFUL. BIBLE ''LILT •
, 1
' FOR. ONLY $4.00. ' '
IPI 2 - o , :* fr! • 1 •
I,PI Prellnimmai ipilkoPriate;fiwr; OW: i t i; 0i) ;• d
" 4 0101,11
.
3TIAIeHOUSEHOIti'Is'
tither on the puloiwsll or centre table 1
clit• t • f- : r ' _ •
t ' TOUCHING REMEMBRANCER
of 'milt Divine , sevionv
aa . i •• , • .
•
Mit,gri.ificent •l Wreath of • Art
on the an g elic &lbw of anr NSW! . •
gram Bev. Dr...Pkimi; Editor of the "Mew York Obeerver.l
THORWAIMSEN'S STATUARY
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Dayton a Co.'s advertisemeitt of their lino engraving of
Thorniabsses celebrated group of " Christ and his APoellewl
will mallet attention. Orteof the pictures bang in our study,
regard the' 'Woit as eminently mutable for-'ttie wails
of. every Christian household... The banutiful camped Bible,
'which to presented With It, is hound 'in velvet and gilt, and
Abu price at which ho offers them is so low, that thousands
may avail tbeinselven of the opportunity. • We hope they, will
'SECOND NOTICE. .. • i •
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•
'[Eroni 4he Rot. Dr. Prime.]'
Darron's Etsciiiivoros.—We would watt) can attention to '
lir:Dayton's ati , Nrtisiviionts., We have .Every realon to. be.
.tiers that there wttY.be the proper response from Mr. D.'s '
. establishment to any. habil) containing money for itsaplendid
,works of Art. • .i •
•
•• • (Troinrdielitioiflroik 'Nader.] • I •:.•
•. • .
The Am Uthograph„T tit'l•l •• •
•. ' • ''" • • •
• ' '•••• w;e: .:• sill.
Chrigt ;11,13 1l .IIIS. Apostles •
.
• with wild k ehboKa epUtronndingi, copy . of 14 . 444 h alitnid 4 4
gmat.littisitiiin i 'ilia filf for the Sisters .of Mercy, lb is maid
. yainowadiumeelo the °Moe; tbe 'studio; otlesr boudoir. ;
'be gift uccompeuying this ontorpril!ptt is, a fine poefristAliblis„
bOuud in 'purple and gold. -
The Bible which . ** Urecietif ye sigrael
is 24m0.; bound iq eale,strwith gilt rims and claw, wcirth
'at'retsif from' $2 to El:: • t
•
"To'i2ioas whd 4 itedi:'tiillinrchkee' this religioris piiiti f ro'
without the thli lidos is $l, with 1.2,,0euts .to pity
postage 7
'gar:Send to DAYTON -A CO.; 37 Park-Row; N. Y., $2, and
• 25 .cents in stampe c for. return postage on gligraylig and •
,
• :'•4,•• it4Yrigthe above : llJ Si;Wilding
2 copy of thelrapapari mffirkeld, will 1150121T0' a ;copy of Dither of
our publications y mill, prepaid. Address
. • r- • D'ATTON'
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Park-Row, New York:'
the 'Herald of Truth.] • . • •••
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Dayton's .Eases, Thorweldsen's "Christ and El.
`AidstieeP• is ftent 1+04! The 'intr.:eying is I
c ute,' in.a mastirlypfanns4and, as t, work of arti u NOW
,'lminzneifded: . , .
,1 yi. ~) iCE I ;( 1 , I. 441 ',DLL ';`40.1.01:
•
t l td With . "Pi 0. 14 fi l ial
write to tbe,Ber 3 fr.AllisoNir,l4ts , V.Pfewbrhin B 31 304"
that we are eta) that our bewitiftteSio4ing
idegumeßible ore not misrepresented irike•dan
BLAini*ifttE FEMALE• SEMI
NARY. •
RIM 8: 11. SITEPLEY,
NM. P. Sitt.pLEY
,
...ideally a full corps of excellent Teachers. Young Lease
re tinioy the highest advantages for a thhroulpiti, extended,
polite, and Christ:Liu' education. The next. Setiftst. (the Six..
teenth under the present Principles,)' will . 'cainilisoice of the
FIRST •MONDAY - OP'ICAY. The Mit foi bud
and Tuition, nerB.alega cif five monthly beleo.ooi. Nor other
infonnation, catalosus . gtll 1r ant on application:
mart4-4E . -• . .• • • • - 6.11. 811RPLE1.
EPP giv.; l ? BAP II SEMINARY Felt
YOUNG LADIES, j , •
..At. Sewickley, pa. ;
REV..A..)111i,1441k. D. D, rineipal. . 4
The Summer Session of this Institution will commence on
'the FIRST MONIiAY 'IN MAT. As only limited number
.can be rozeiroxi,..early applications are 'desirable. •
YOr 'terms: lc., see the neW. Circulars, just issued, which
.maybeobtaiiied at the bobk auiluituOc'etores, or by applied,
,lion.to the k'riuclpal. . mar24.ot
S /;CKL EI r
r4PA DEM Y •
.A.CLASSICAL AND COMNBECIAL HOARDING SCHOOL
FOR liOYS, on the P., FL W. & C.,11. R., twelve ,miles from
. -8EV.4.93. THAVELLI, A.M., , Prlntipsl. •
The Thirtyfifth .Setodo4 will commence the FIRST
MONDAY OF'MAY. '
Yor circulars, otc., ,inquire. of JOIIN IRWIN-t SONS, 87
Water Street. or VII. NEVIN eflo., 28 Wood Street, or of
the Principal,Soivickley, Pa. • • ' hiar24-6t
GLADE.RUN DIALE AND FEMALE
- • = • ACADEMY. •
• .7.; N. ILUBIIAI4, L D., l inatructor i . •
D. J. I MIN, A. B•I
Mien BAnil.ll 11. COE, Principo.l Female, Dopartsnent.
•
The Summer Seationul this Inclination wait own:cameo on
WEDNESDAY,' : April , 18th; 1800. Bates of Tuition, $B.OO,
$B.OO, and $lO.OO. Boarding .catt be obtained at reasonable
.
For Itirthoepartiaulairic, addiaia!' .- ` 77
mai244tt REV. G.:3olr. , X6Crlitl.V. Da:
ESHALL •ILSEIWriIIY SON
TO SCHOOL? •
. altliere will, his associates not .bo loung sum 'who thhik it
Manly to diebbey parents at home, and manly, of course, to
by:disobedient:mid disorderly at schOol 7' 'ieris ;rut' they
net b e . the idle, the. vicious, the, profane?, Wlterowlll the
tilllousiiiiiitiud'restridrits be such as Milt him fOr th e highiiiit
.aseftilneps and happiness? Where will he:be:well taught? •
'V* parents asking these and similar vestimis, we suspect-
Aft/ present • . . • ; • •
WM
• , zrA• ~ .i-TUSOARO.RA ACADEMY;
One of, the oldest schools in the Stout., Within : the, hut, Term
Yaili It lotti hall ipiearilb 'Or Arty -Young mon preparing 'for
the gospel ministry. . The efficiency of 4te: meataland, vomit
'training hie been clamed by parents am& by the Faculty of
-sturiero.tui.CoLkges. ~ B ruhilier Session opens May ISt:,
; TERMS :-465.00 per Session of...fivo mouths. French and
,
German eifia. For full particulars, np i ly tp
Arml.ruUt. Junisktn. t'nll , l r 9. Pc.
marlo-6t
prieTSBUHOHArEittM.ki
NW
REV. I. C. i . ERRIEUNO,./..M., Preiddocit, aadetld by
FAiiIILIT Or . ELiTEN TXACIIIIRS.
, Superior advantages itrAtifforded for,obtaining a thorough
- deaderiii6 and Collegiate education. Every effort will be
made to. secure the implant:strand 'lmprovement of all who
may attend. The llollegiftte.yearbegins Auguat Slat; second
Session, Diceinberlili ;'aid the third, Mirth '2lst. Tuition
varies from $8 to per Seition, according to:, studies, Per
further information, apply to tho President, or to Professor
J. If. KNOWLES, l'ittchurgh,,Pa. • • aul3
VElllll ILLION INSTITUTES
iREV: BANDA DEEP/EN - DORF, D. D.,' Paincipid • and
rofesisor.of Laneng .
ema
ca
.4 .
4,
A.,
John' Slmpro?n,, of”oor of ,Math ema tic . ti
‘So.inuslillase, M.D., Lecturer ottAnakeni and Physiology.
Rev. James Y. Ashenhuret, Professor of Moral and Natural
Philosophy: '
Jamenyocum, Leetnrer t enCherpistry.
Mr. Peter Bailer; Tutor.
- Mr. J. B. LeyinbergiroTntor frOlathomities.•:
Mr. Z. W. Armentrout, Lecturer on Book-keeping.
" Mi. Henry L. Oinbe, ProfessOr in • '
This Institution Is locatkin the quiet and healthy villege
opinyesvillo, Ashland "Coun ty , Ohio. During the last _year
- there wore' over TWO Hu:CURED ari/DENTB; Male and Female,
•in attendance. , Diplomas are. awarded, to young ladles who
finish thd course of Studies laid down•in the Catalogue.
The branches taught are the following :fAritinnetic, Higher
Arithmetic, and Mental Arithmetic,. Geography, English
Gramnsar; Anatisis;' Oithoirrapgy, 'Book-keeplrig, Algebra,
Geometry, Trigonometry, and all the higher, Mathematics;
Philosophy;- Chemistry, Aistrononay, Botany, Physiology,
Hletory, Mental end 31oral'Sclence, Germah,l French,' Span
ish. Italian, and the Latin and Greek Authors usually read in
•College.'* . ! .•
. For Seventy-five Dollars, paid in ridvaisce, a student shall
receive pied board, a room furnished with bedstead, table,
ehairrostove• ancl fuel; and" tuition in any of the above
branches,. for Two Sessions of Five Months. each. Or for
Forty-tiro Dollain find Fifty Cents paid on the 20th of October
,next, .all.the ,above items will. be furnished for the Winter
Session of Tin:Months.
The next Session ;will opeo,October
Two students.will occupy the same room, and frtrnbili their
Own bedding, which-cart easily be brought in their trunks.
.Students are admitted at any time.
*0 Instruction given on the Piano and Melodeon, at
moderate charges. S. DIEFFENDORF, Principal- .
myll34y
, . . .
'BUSINESS .1415fICES:
WM. IL KIENIUTIIICIL, JOHN efaRKPATIIICi,
' Late of •the firm of Kirk- Late - with Gilleepie, - Zeller
,Eattlek,&?fetzgar t . a . g9,, phitedelphia:
Wite.' S. 'Nitt*PATRICIC & CO m
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roarrAmerivg AND CONMISSIO.N .
IITTSBUItGII. lIANOTACTUREp ARTICLES. •,
No. 299 Liberty St., opposite .hettd of Smithfield,
PITTSBURGH, P A. .
Particular attention paid to the sale of-Country Produce.
••WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OP
v tho publiple the PIIILADELgaLtj •
;Housekeeping Dry , Goods - Store,
where May be 'fiend is large assortment of ill kinds of WS'
Goode, required ln• furnishing a holds, • thus saving the
tiouble'issually experienced in hunting such articles, in va
rious places. 'ln consequence of our 'eying our attention to
this kind of stock, to the exclusion of dress and fancy goods,
we ban'irnaraitteeMii; mices and style'', to hi the Most favors.
ble In the market., , . . . ;
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IN : LINEN GOODS,
we are able to give
,itorfect isatisfactlim, being the Oldest .Et
tabfished Unit' Stvre.in the city, and having been for more
than twenty years r,egular impdrters from some of the bet
mannfactirtirs irtllreland. •We offer, also, a large stock of
FLANNELS AND MUSLIMS,
.of the best, qualities to be .obtained, !kW at the very.lpwest
prlcCs. Also, Blakikets, Sheeting, Ticking*, Dluttaek
Cloths, and:Mapkirus, Tawellingiada_ pas,llackebacka.
Table and' Plano Covers, Damasks and Montano, Lao and
Muslin Curtains, Dimities, PainWeVehfisost_ Wlndair
Shadings, &c., &c. JOHN V. COWELL & EON,
S. W. comae of tbastaut and Elairant& Mx,
- G.E • MR QE x. WHITE . & do. •
• • WILL OPEN ON '
Thursday,March Bth, 1860,
. A, FALL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
DRESS GOODS, 434 . a.
v. , ROBES,..from 6 to 9 Flounces.
.„,tOBENADINB DOSES, from 5 to 0 Flonnota
w •
BAEEOE FRANCAIS, from 5 . to 9 Flounces.
BAB.EGE ANGLAIS, from 5 to 9 Flounces.
Together with BAItEGES Printed, FOULARD SILKS Printed,
.01LGANDIESPrinted,-MODS:DE SOIR;BAREGES, CREPES
DE CBINE.
Also, an elegant amortment of all the /stead novelties in
4 • .
I Li . ", : EmbToideries,: •
A laiie asaortECiened , .
ogg' (TA 3E
And the ntost. desirable stock of
A(;tugKEEP.DIG G,OOD S
Eng onsED Tic we Ktissr. MEN AND BOYS' WEAR
the latest aly:ls SHAWLS, and all the:varietlas'of
. HOOP SKIRTS,
With front fifteen to Loft wings: . marl Min
F. Fr 1' G;
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. • Sisz .4. 1 c'E,: O. 301 FOURTH . STREZT,
lkstweCn WOO arid Sirittictiold Streets. ,
OFFICE R01111iS:
- • • Trout 9 o'F.lbek A. AL, to 4 'o'clock P. M.
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WAFTED,
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AGENTS to eiell fine Stoel.Plata Engravings, including
Engraving of the LORE'S YEA,YER, CRUCIFIXION. LAST
SUPPER, &o- ito.. An acttve person; with.only a small mid.
tal, auputke,§so,to $69 per.nionth- .For particulars, address
D.. E. Nitrumtp;lff Broadway, Now York.
fobllgy „
- H. HARTLEY. & CO.,
ii0 J . 4 8 . 6. 2 W0PD "TIED T,
• tbiriser irDdradoid Arley; Pittsburg?", Pa,
; • •... • ',i); . 111ANST1CTISIESSIOF
!.!Saddletii 'Harness, and Trunks,
AITIttreLSATHIEL: EOM AND *WHINE SILTING.
-,4..1ien4r S ,
AffpncirAxTs , HOTEL,,
. • • • •
46NO:rt-h Fourth' Street,,
". PHILADELPHIA.
a APHIBBEN & B&N. iiropiletors.
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meets 191 met. emergemaelee, end no ltouseliold can afford to IM
without ft. It N
. always ready end op . so UM 'ticking point.
'nem fs oo longer a'neo. iij for limping olunjes; frplimered
a/ere. homileaa 4011 s. aml i brokan emollaa- Is Put the ardEie
Mimic :shell, sod other ornamental cork, so popular wil.h
et riggiiiqi:btiski us 4 ,
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la ~naataalog all. the 'aloof,* omalh leo of the Mr
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