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GNOMON OF THE NEWJPESTA.IYIENT. By
John Albert Bevel. Now first Translated into
English. With Original Ncites, Explanatory
and illustrative. Revised and edited by Rev.
Andrew R. Faussel, of Trinity College, Dublin.
5 vols., ,pp. 577, 782, , 487, 502, 458. Price
of the 5 Vols., $6.00. Philadelphia: Smith,
Engitbh .3; 'Co. New 'York : Sheldon d• Co.
Boston: afraid 4. Lincoln. Pittsburgh: Wm.
qme titileago we called the attention of our
readers-to this, excellent translation of the great
work of Bengal, ,so handsomely brought out by
the Messrs. Mirk, of Edinburgh, and introduced
to American readers through the enterprise of
Messrs. Smith, English & Co., of Philadelphia.
Ever sineetl742, when this work was first pub
lished, it has been growing in estimation and
increasing in circulation among the scholars of
all countries. Modern criticism has furnished
many valuable additions to our materials for
New Testament exegesis, but in some respects
Bengal is the great master of all who have la
bored in the same field ; and later epositors
have been largely indebted to him. His scholar
ship was vast and accurate; his Soripture
references are often equivalent to an able and
lengthy comment; and his style is remarkably
tars% Weighty, and suggestive.
In the , Imssages which feria the subjeCta of
controversy...between .Calvinists and Arminian's,
Bengal generally agrees the latter ; 'and in
this we do not. agree with him. But throughout
the work there breathes such a holy reverence
for God's sovereignty, and such .spiritual unc
tion; that the most extreme Calvinist would for
the most, part be unable to discover to which
party; the traitor belonged. The remarkably low
`price puts this noble cOntribution to the , under
,'standing of the New Testament within the reach
of the moans Of almost every minister and
scholar. Those about to purchase should 'be
careful to- oak forthis edition, and to avoid an
eviscerated edition published, by another Phila
delphia house. This is the only complete edition.
VREIIISTORY OF 'FRANCE, By Parke God
win. Vol. 1. (Ancient Gaul. _ ).:. Pp. 495. New
York : g a rper t Brothers. Pittsburgh: •J. S.
The position of France in Europe, the charac
ter of its people, and the part they have acted in
the' progress of the nations of the world, renders
the history of the French nation, from its begin
ning until now, intensely interesting. And no
literature in the world is richer in historical mon
uments than is that of France, and these have
been made easily accessible by the collections of
the Benedictines, and of the literary and Anti
quarian' Societies, and by the different. works
issued under.the patronage of the Government.
But notwithstanding all this, we have heretofore
had, tu? .good.and. reliable history.of .Franee, taken
IFri:fin the eifiginal sources, for English readeri;
we have been compelled to be satisfied with im
perfect compilations and insipid abridgments.
It is therefore with no ordinary pleasure,that
we hail the first installment of a complete hiStory
of France for English readers, by an American
anther, qualified for the work, by previous
culture, taste, and industry. Spain found her
historian for'the English tongue in our Prescott;
Holland in our'Motley;'and now France in our
Godwin. His first volume gives promise of an
entire - work worthy to take, its place beside those
of Prescott, Motley, and Bancroft.
The plan of the author contemplates six vol
umes', containing a narrative of the principal
events in :French' histery, - from the earliest re
corded, times to the great revolution' of 1789.
But the subject will be treated in periods, so that
eadieolunie" will be - coriiplete in' itself. The first
volume treats of Ancient Gaul ; the second will
treat of Feudal France; the third of France du
ring the National, Civil, and Religious wars; the
fourth of France 'under the great ministers, Sul
ly, Mazarin, •and Richelieul' the fifth of the
Reign of Louis XIV.; and the sixth of the Eigh
teenth Century. The publishers hive brought
out this volume in excellent style ; arid every
sucededing one will be loCked for with much in
MADEMOISELLE .11101t1;. A. TALE or Mooratx
ROtts: Pp. 626. Boston : Ticknor 4• „Field&
New York: Vieldon 4- co. Pittsbucgh; John
S. havitari. 1860. -
This is a story of Italian life, that will be read
with esimcial attention just now. The author, in
detailing the fortunes of a' eantatriee,' seeks to
awaken a deep interest in the Italiarrstruggle for
liberty, and to let England and America under
stand something of the internal workings of that
despotism enthroned on the seven hills in the
person of..NPius IX., in Whose tribulations the
hierarchs of the Papacy in this .country are so
LESSONS AT THE CROSS or;' or, SPIRITUAL
TRUTHS FAMILIARLY EXHIBITED IN THEIRAE
- LAITIoNS By &mud • Hopkins.
With an Introduction by Rev. George W.
Blagaen. Seventh edition. Pp. 274. Boston ;
Gould 4. Lincoln. New. York: Sheldon .4- Co.
Pittsburgh: Davison's and genteul'a. 1860.
'Tie fact that' this - little work has 'reached - a
seventh edition within as many years, is indica
tive of the 'high' estimation in which it is held.
It c 6 ists.of difOrent papeis w itteii at different
times; and without any reference tonach other, np
on various subjects connected with the grace of God
and spiritual life.inthe soul. It is not altogether
free from theological flaws, nor can we, fully en
dorSe all its sentiments. But still it•hlis fetich of
Christ, and his salvation; it comes to the weary
pilgrim like Greatheart, in the "Pilgrim's Pro
gress," to 'inspire 'with renewed Courage, and
cheer t hiticifirivraid. • Thethograitby end-binding
AMERICAN . HISTORY. By:Jacob Abbott. Il
lustrated . with 'Numerous 'Engravings anil
Maps. 'Vol. 1. Aboriginal America. .Pp.
, 288: New Yak: Sheldon 4. Co. Boston:
Gould 4 Lincoln. ritttsburgh: Hunt
Tialsis'the beginning of a series of volumes
for tie purpose of narratingin a clear, simple,
aUdintplllgible manner, the leading; vents con
nected With:the history Of Our cduntry, down; is
nearly as praotio4ble, to our own day. The series
if intended particularly for the young. The
names of the author and`- publishers" are a suffi
-cient-guaranty for the faithful. performance= of
the undertakingina manner at once attractive
and iinitrtiottlie.; Th'e . fdit volume=treats of Ab
otiginal Ainerioa . ilk a very happy way.
Nei''Perk .D:' 'Appleton: c4- - , Company Sold
' ; by '.all the Principal itookse/kra In . the Baited
This veteran Speller has still a circulation un
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pleton print four hundred and eighty-four copies
every hour during tunn hours of each of the, three
hundred and ten `working days of the year ; four
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THE THRONE, OF DAVID, Palm THE COHSEOB4TIoN OF THE ; SILEPHERD Or BETHLEHEM TO
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Rev...T. H. Ingrahaut, Pp. 808. Phil
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Thisis-another volume by the • author of the
"Prince of the House of David" and the
"Pillar er Pire r i" and, like them Will probably
have a large sale. lint the estenaive,circulatiOn
of these works,- by this author, is not credit
able te'the piety, culture, or taste of our people.
They are nothing more or less than absdrd and
irreverent parodies of portions of sacred Scrip
tore, 'and utterly unworthy of perusal in point of
literary merit, andltighly,offensive to the convic
tions of all who have.any proper-regard for ' , the
Word. of God.. Prof Ingraham - began his pub
lic career as a writer of 4(Yellow-CovereilLitera
tars?. and in Ids riper years he has dared to
deg ; with sacred themes and characters in a =m
utt equally &standing reprobation. '"
,Tha 060811.--How, of:tlie';sev,eati l a
eihibivarry in his hand'? As' little
take- agiv • , .o.k. my great :sea—the -Jove of
lor fly liresVe.
It is astonishing to see-how -well a man
may live on a small income,
who has a han
dy-and-industrious wife. Some men live
and make a far better appearance on six or
eight dollars a week, than others do on fif
teen or eighteen dollars. The man does his
part well, but his wife is good for nothing:
She will even upbraid her husband - for not
living in as good, a style as his neighbor,
while the fault is entirely her own. His
neighbor has a neat, capable, and industri
ous wife, and that makes the difference.
His wife, on the other hand, is a whirlpool,
into which a great many silver cups might
be thrown, and the appearance of the, water
would 'remain unchanged. No Nicholas,
the diver, •is there to restore the waSted
treasure. It is only an insult for such a
woman to talk to her :husband about - her
love and devotion. , '
Coming to Jews,
"In Jesus' words, suffer little children
to come unto me, and forbid them• not,'
does come unto unto me' mean .dying,
mamma,' asked a little child . —",dying,
leaving you, and going away?"
"Do n't you love and think a great deal
about your papa when he is away ?" asked
her mother. -
" Yes, .xnamma• I feel ull of papa, some
times," answered Jessie, jt I love him so
" It is not necessary to see him and be
with' him, to love him.'.'
4( No, mamma for he is in my heart
really," said the little girl.
" That' is what the Lord Jesus means
when he asks you to come to him. It is
not to go where he.is, in body, but it is to
love him ' to have your heart full of him,
that makes him near to you and you near
to him. And it is so sweet to come to him,
for he forgives our sins, and takes away our
naughty willfulness and helps us to correct
our faults, and makes us love to do right,
and love each other and, everybody!'
" , Then I want to come to Jesus; I wasn't
quite ready to leave you and papa," whis
pered the child.
"If Jessie finds -Jesus, Jessie -will be
willing'to do his will, whatever it may be,"
said the mother, With a prayer in her heart
that hers might be one of-the little ones in
the kingdom of heaven.
Shall Boys. Brink Wine ?
The great and good Archbishop Penelon
wrote his " Telemachus * " for the instruc
tion of the young prince, wishing to make
him a better monarth. than Louis HIV.
Did he wish him to be a wine-drinker:in
his youth? We conclude he did not; for
though he did not and would not say ,so
directly to his prince, yet he led him .to
understand that it was not the way to hap
piness. Adoam.had described the happy
state of the peop`e of Bastica, and, in an
swer to the question whether they drank,
wine, Adoani answered the prince :
"They care so little for drinking it, that
they never make it—not because they are
without grapes, for no soil produces more
delicious ones; but they are satisfied with
eating the grape as they do other fruits,
and they dread wine as the corrupter of
mankind. It is a species' of poison, they
say, which causes madness. It does- not
make man die, but it degrades him into a
brute. Men may preserve their health and
their vigor without wine. With wine,.
they run the risk of. ,
ruining their health
and losing their morals."
Now, as all American boys are princes,
we would. have them follow the advice of
the good Arehbishop of Caml3ray, and not
crave even pure Cincinnati wines.
Will Yen hen Sunbeam
I can almost see the bright eyes of many
little girls 'and boys whO read -the "—Home
Circle' in the Tract Journal, open wide,
with wonder at this question. I can almost
hear one and another saying, " Be a sun
beam ! How can Ibe a sunbeam? I ,
should be glad to try if I knew how, for
sunbeams make people happy." Would
you like to try, little reader?' Would you
really like to shine on every one you meet,'
making all glad'? I know more than one
little boy and girl who is a sunbeam. You
can all be as well. Let me tell you how
you can shine in yeti- homes, 'and this
make them all brighter. ,
Begin • in the morning. Sunbeams come
then, you know ; when you first•awake you
find them shining; you want to begin to .
Shine with them. Think first of your
heavenly Father; he has kept you and
given you sweet sleep and rest. Thank
him for his care, and ask him for Jesus'
sake to help you to be a good child all day
Meet your father or mother, brother or
sister r with a smile and pleasant f' good ,
morning." Do not let them see a sullen
face, or hear fretful words. Frowns. and
fretfulness are dike elbuds over the sun.
Your faCe cannot shine "through them. If
you try, you will no doubt think of many
things to make those•about youin the fam-'
ily happier through the day—things of,
which- perhaps you never thought befOre.
When you go out, to play:with your lit
tle Mates,'have this -. always - in mind: "I,
want to be a sunbeam; how shall I shine
upon rerpla-ytnates 1" Do -you know. that
little: boys` and - girls _soon - find out Who
among them is kind and sweet-tempered,
and that they always welcome such play
mates? •Do not,be- selfish. • Children, who
go away alone to eat. their apples, and for
anges, and other good things, for fear that
they will haVe to diVide them with others,
are nol innheini.. If you go to 0091, try
to do your duty there. Meet your teacher
as you meet your parents—with a smile.
She would feel as if the schoolroom were
filled iii r th aah'beaiii - sif:hhe Si:WWl:tall the
scholars loved her, and that., pleasant faces
were all about her.
And„when night comes, and you begin
to feel 'tired; gong te'rest,, rbineniber
then what you are trying to be, and‘ , do n't
be impatient or fretful. Let the day be
ended as'you began it, with loving thoughts
of God. Will Youtry, little - - reader, to
'Spend a day like this.. When you 'kneel
down , to pray, after such a day, you will
feel very happy and grateful to Him who
will hear your evening prayer, and as your
niother smooths' the pillow for you, and:sees
you comfortable in your little bed; I know
she will think; if she does not say—" To
day my dear child haebeen a sunbeam."—
` 'Co-operittion of the 'Wife,
No man ever prospered in the world.
without the cdoperation of his virife. 'lf
she unites in inutual•endeavors, or rewards
his labor with an endearing smile, with
what.confidence will he resort'to liis mei
chandise or his farm ily over landa,.sail
upon seas, meet diiculty :and encounter
danger, if he knows. that he is not spend
ing his strength in vain, but, that his labor
will be rewarded by the sweets/of home I
Solitude and disappointment . enter the his
tory of every man's life;: and he is but
half provided for his voyage, who finds not
ari , assooiate for his happy hours, while for
'his months . of, darkness ; and distress, '
sympatbizing.partner is prepared.--:—Ameri-
God. for mercies is the may-to
iiiortAsffihoin t . ; Atc bless hito felt mideftes,Ji
the way to remove-them. No good lives so
long?as th at, whielris thankfully i in-proved ;
'o6,:sOon,.'as that which isgoi
tientlrendured. r.. ,• •
,AYI MAY 19x.1 : 860
, ~. •
Let but the heart be beautiful,
. And I bare not for the ,
I heed not that the form May want
: Pride, dignity, or groze
Let the inind - be fliled rith'grooirig ihonghts
'And the sea with sympathy.,
And I care not if tha'eheek be pale,
Or the eye lack brilliancy.
What though the cheek be beautiful,
It soon must lose its bloom ;
The eye's bright lustre soon will fade
In the dark and silent tomb.;
But the glory . of the mind will live,
Though the joyous life depart,
And the magiccharm can never die
Of a true and noble heart:
The lips that utter gentle words
Have a beauty all their ovn, '
And more I prize-wkindly voice
Than music's 'sweetest tone;
And though its soundi are hareh'ili
If the heart within beats free,
And:echoes bank•each glad impulse,
T is all the world to Me:
For tli6 • .2: pitabTie4,!l
In the' ilia!xtiroodi.itet.lialiale ,
Den me look heav'n and send, up pras'l
Upon my knee so IoN7,
Ddt G(id on high, in" Shining
See me in da:4„:'witil teary face
De good ! than tell me so. • .
• . •
God send tiis angel take Me care,
He comehipself and , hear my Tray,
He.see me now, he 'now me hear,
He say poor ; lndian never fear,
Me mid you niight, and day.
Den me love• God mid inside heart,
He fight , for me, he,take my part,
He save ray life before.
God love poor Indian in the wood,
So . rae love God, and that be good,
Me love him too times more.
The above hymn was sung by Idiram
Teboo, an Ottow,a, Indian, thirtf-two Years
ago, in many of 'the churches throughout
the Synod of Pittsburgh: Many have in
quired after itsince. If any: of your °or—
respondents lu the 'West can give any ac
count of. Teboo, or Lewis King, or Joseph.
Barnet, they will . gratify many readers. ,
A Marvellous Memory.
The capabilities of the human mind often
border on the marVelnne,"ai maybe `seen in'
the following ineident 'relating to
`teld - by liayar'd.Taylor; in • n -recent!
lecture: " • •
The mind of :Humboldt was describedlay
the lecturer as " almost a phenomenon,
.Maeaulav, it' was .said,.was able to recite,:
from memory, the whole of "'Paradise;
Lost," and yet the. memory of Humboldt'
milk be 'admitted to have evinced: reater
things. Indeed, he was never known to
forget anythinn: A traveller recently re
turned from ferusalem,' had found, in ,con-'
, versation with Humboldt,, , thAt , the latter
was as thoroughly: eonversant, with the'
Streets and houses in -Jerusalem as he Was
mself, whereupon he asked the oldruan how
long it was since he had visited Jerusalem;
to which-the latter replied: '"I have-never
been there, but , expeeted to go sixty years .
.ago,' and prepared myself."
liniversity, of B:erlin.
A correspondent of the Independent, in,
a recent letter, gives some particulars'ofin
terest relative to this venerable University r
now, generally regarded-as the best in Au
rope.. There are, it seems, one hundreduid
seventy-three professors and - lecturers. The
University, once a palace, is a magnificent
building, and furnishes ample accommoda-
Jim's for the thousands of students from:
almost every part of the world who conga
-gate - there. ,The internal-arrangementware
very aimple,poorer indeed, than those'l)f
most +A' our"'cilstriet :'The
seats and desks are of the cheapest wood,
and never electant,'are now very, rough and
common in appearance. he lecturer's desk
(the lectures are usually; delivered'sitting)
is a plain pine boxonade to,-slide.up and
down between two uprights, and is, retained
in place' by wooden pins. ^The students-say
that. Neander Was so Careless, that he often
put, the pins higher - brr one side than the
ether, and so let the:desk Slope awkwardly
to one., side. ,The lectures, eccupy three
quarters of an,hour,,each. .here are two
thousand five Enndielliindents now in at
tendance upon tiae Universlty,of *com
over fifty are frem this `country.'
The,UniVersity sdeks.to bring to 'it ser
vice all the best talent of Germany. Some
of the lecturers. (deliver, two ,or: moreelef
tures daily. Dr. Ilengstenberg r leeture.s
eleven times a week on. , the 'Psalms, the
Books of the-Old Testament, and the Reign
of a6d in 'the Ancient History or the
Jews; Dr. Niether lectures eight• times.a
week on Ecclesiastical History; Doctor
Missal; whose works have been 'translated
in Clark's Foreign Theological -Library,
realia eight leetures: meekly, on Ecclesiasti
cal Law, Biblical Theology, and -110milet
ics ; Drs. Steinmeyer, Twesten, and others,
are.amongthe theological lecturers. Among
the great mines in Othe'r detrartnienta,lof
science, intellic , .Mat reader's- will recognize
Beier, Boeckh, Bopp,,DOVe, ,Eneke, Lep
sins,ltarike, the 'brothers'Rose , and
ert. There is room to doubt whether the
students do not cram their, minds with, too
large a mass =of'Undigested, and sometimes
indigestible facts, to make "their Berlin
training of so much advantage to them
it would 'at first appear:' Oar ovrnAliffiyee
city instruction might be extended with
great advantage, but we doubt if the Berlin
Method is, in all resnects, adapted toot
country and our young men; It is hardly
Anecdote Of ti Yoble Woman.
. When Greneral Jackson w i as a,,candidate
for the Presidency, in 128 ) not only did
the tpartY.oppOseci c toliin
public acts, .vhich-, if unconstitutional or
rviolent,-were:a. legitimate subject,of -repro
hation, but. they defamed the. character Of
his wife. On one occasion, a newspaper
Published in Nashville was; laid upon. the
'General's-table. - He glanced over it, and
his eyes fell upon, an article in which the
'character of Mrs. Jackson was violently,
assailed. . SO soon a:}3l he had read. it, he
Sent! forhis trusty old.servant, Dunwoodie.
" Saddle my horse," said he to him
`Whisper, "and 'put, my holsters on him:"
Mrs.. Jackson -watched him ; and, though.
she heard 'not a word, she thought she sa7
the devil inhis •,(wes.
The General went ,out, , after a few mo-
Anents, when She took up the paper, and
understood She Tan out to the
South gate of the yard of the 'Hermitage,
by which the General would have to 'pass.,
i'She.lkailliot• been there more than .a-few?
seconds - , before the: 'General rode up with'
the.countenance of a madman. - She
herself before:his hois, and cried' out ;:f
" Ohl =General, , don't go to Nashville;; let,
that poor, editorlive V.? ".Let me alone !",
4-roPlie4. o *,oaillO;You' to know Whit,
am.going for r ?" - She answered, "; I saw,
i all do'hispatii,',aftei4on,wentout Ore l
uryturifOrse, and go back." = He rqiiel,l
furiously, "Bni I will go; get out of my
,ilMte44,of doing this,
his bridlewith,both hands. ''He cued to
her, ".t1 • say—saY, let go my horse. I'll
'have his heart's blood. The villain that•
reviles my wife ' shall not live I" She
grasped' the bait' 'the tighter, and
' hermit' - to res:phatulate With him saying that
she *AS' the one` *hO : ought . to be-angry, but
that she forgateher persecutors from - the'
bottom, ofher heart, and prayed for, them—
that he' should , forgive •if he had hoped to,
be forgiven. •
. At last, by her her entreaties,
and her tears, iheiso.worked upon hex hus
band, that he seemed mollified to a, certain
extent. She wound up' by saying, "'No,
General,, you , shall mit take the life of even
my reviler—yoirTilarC n'a do it, for it is
.writteni ',Yengeance is ?nine ;' I will re
.pay, saith, the Lord.' "
The •iron-nerved hero gave way before
the earnest :pleading of his beloved 'wife,
and lierePlied you'; but had
it not been for yon, and the words of the
Almighti,„ the Iwittetels lived
hould not have
an •hour. .
Anieng the thousands of marvelous int
ventions which American genius has pro
-duced, within. the, last :few years, are the
following, compiled in 'anabstract - from the
and then say,. if you can, that there is
nothing newrnadqin the Atir , ft:
The repeitlAsplailiAiliA `principle of the
celebrated .Hobb, lock. Its " unpickabil
ity " depends upon a secondary or false set of
tumblers, whalgfevent; instruments used
in, picking fro* reaching the real ones.
More Over ,, the look is' powder-proof, and
may be loatlecl i tlirsiugh the key-hole and
fired off"tilt t*:;purglar is tired his
friitleSS whik t itor•
- gar - that the explosions
will bring 'fo 'Viest his exp4rinients' More '
witnesses than he-desires.
Doors and* shutters have been patented
that cannot be broken through with either
pick or mmer. The 'burglar's
A harpoonisdescribed which-makes
- the .
whale kilt The mare he pills'the
line `the deepergoca the harpoon.
Eln lee-making machine has been , pat
ented which is *wired by a steam-enuine.
fn an, experimental trial, it froze several
bottles of sherrY ?
,and produced blockk 'of
ice the size of a cibie foot wheti the their
mometer was up to eighty degrees it..is
calcilatedthat,TO`?: every, ton of coal,' put
into the kurnace, r it, will make a ton of ice. '
From Dr. Dales',- examiner's report,. we
gathersomeide'a of the value of patents:
A minl who had made a slight improv'
ment in straW-eut e.
ters, toOk of, his
,through,-the Western States,.and
after a tour of eight months returned with
fortYihousand dollars. ~' inether man had
a: machine to thrash andtlean grain,twhich
in fifteen'`' months"ie sold. for sixty thou- , 1
sand dollars These are ordinary cases—,,
while such inventions as the telegraph, the
planing inaehinn'the India rubber patents,
are worth millionii-each.
Examiner Lane's report describes new
electrical inventions. : Amongthese .is ,an
electrical whaling apparatts, by which the ,
whale .:is. literally. "shocked to death."
Another' is in - electro-magnetic
which rings bellsT , and- , displays signals in ,
case of :fire and burglars.: Another is an
electric clock,which wakes you lip; tells
You what it is, and- lights a lamp, for,
you at any hour, ou - please.
There is a a siiinkatherex " a' sort of
huge ear-trumpet.„ in front,of
a locomotive , bringing to the encrineer's,
ears all the noiSe ahead, perfectly distiict,!
:notwithstanding4henoise.of the train
There is an invention that picks-up pins
from a ':corifaiief 'Neap, ',:tYeiii` `around''
with their' Weds sticks them
papers in regular rows.
Anoper. roes ,through ,the whole-process
( of - eigiu.'ndakihg . ,"faicin4l3i - lea'Ves and turn.:
Dneiniachine,cuts eheese; another scours:
knives and forks(Fanntherrocks the cradle:;
and , seven-or' eight take 6 Wpthing and
'There is it. j)ifior chair patentedll4,enn
not be tipped back on two legs, and a rail-!
way.. gbair.,that can,be„,tipped,,,back-in—sAy'
position, without any legs at
Another pakent,is .foi•Ja ~machine that
counts passengiest in hh Inintibus and takes
their fare. When a very fat gentleman gets
in - ,
it counts - two, and charges double.
Therwarg aNariCV offgan's patentedthat
themselves;load fishing4ine that adjuSis
its'own` bait, and a rat , ttap thiit throws away
the rat .anditheu baits itself and stands-in:
the - coiner for another. ,
Thereds.a ulachine, also, by which a,rnan
piints,..inidead'brwrites, his tiiinights: ft
is''playe4 like a 'pinrib-forte.
of :pianosiit is estimated 'that mine thousand
tiA' mode' every year in thiCtJiiited States
telsff tiro - U . 441M
nine hundred Tenons, andAosting over two
millions of df liA. 4 4Bditinu)re Exchange.
• iti 4 .refa'efAecirkWilly.; the entir e ,
Catholic 'and' Scot
10'79(000'; 'lBll to . 24b0;000 ; and in
4 3 e Ike* ATee liegly• a. million ; wore
added'; and now there are four millions •of
.oathalior .in Great. - Britain—a number
equal spoke the . Znglish language
h ut, a
_short time 'ago. According to' the
clithOliC:Pit'est 6 rS'; there ar'e t ikow in 'Great
Britain nine hundred- end' fifty-el glit.placeS
of :worship against.aii hundred.and eighty'
ten yeartragir; the•Sania VOW: the cler
gy. Irra increased from . nine hundred and
One theritimr:tAio hundred
and'thirty;:latidtbe• religiouir .liotiima'frorn
aixtr-two , to. one hiadrad and<sixty.
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JAMES B. ROIXIERS;
- 304 :Tones' Alley, Phila., is Agent for Penneylvnnig.
~SULLIVAN FE; HYATT, Proprietors
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14". 8.- . -:-.State And Catinti Bights for sale, and nfirehaiein .
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lloOsekeeping• Dry Goods Store,
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rioniplacea. ' In consegillence of otir giving.our Attention to
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we him guarantee our prices and styles to be the most favora
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.IN LINEN GOODS,
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than twenty yekrs 'regular importers from some, of the best
manufacturers in Ireland. We offer, also, a large stock of
- FLANNELS, AND 'MUSLIMS
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:urines:. 'ALS°, Blankets, (links, Sheeting's,' Tieltinge, -Damask
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Shading*te., &e. ' ' JOHN V.. COW ELL-&- SON,
S. W. corner of Chestnut and• Seventh Sts.„ .•
• • af ,3 0 41 • • rhiladellgila• •
Gentleinen s armen:.
In,great variety ; embracing in part, a large and well se
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CASSIMERES AND COATIN'CS,
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taste, who appreciate style and quality in clothing-
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Wiltiant J Reofi,,Secretary.
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of this . TeriiteryUre 'of The driest .graility: lEhiodselee
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• meats. All Wanunts entrtisted.to my, care will be located, on
lands selected by careful land examiners.
• '4iters of inquity regliesteiE Termareasonable.
ALEX. F. • IWK.INNEY, •
•• • • . . • Orlapoliei Cams County, N. T.
REFERS TO .
-..-KR.AmER,..t-MAJlM,Mankers, Pittsburgh..: •
, LLOYD F& BLACK, , "
RET. D. ARRINREY, D.D., "
DREXEL '& CO.,Manktrs, Philadelphia: '
: •M. J. I.olll3kEltE , Auditor Penna.:llß., Philadelphia. .
, BRYAN, GARDR.ER & CO., Banker Hollidayshing„Pa.
•WM. M. LLOYD' ,t CO., Baulstrs, Altoona,; Pa.
GRO. , IL"MOWItY, RaulrOlifeago.
ALEX:rFIRIitIy, Estl4 Louis. : •
,Pugs. G. LQOMIS, , Oriapolie ,
eNE W :TiE A WARE psE.
- ,'WtIOLOALE ,AND:VETAIL
J . .
I?; . ,
.114' Smithfield: Street; Pittsburgh,
.(iie..frliciikerte the busiom Hoitsdh "lila' just. opened' a: eery
choice selection of
• • GREEN AND 'BLACK - TIAS,
of the latest importations. :Also, '
;RIO,. DAGO:A.IRA, AND • OLD GaVERNNENT JAVA
New Orleans,,Cuba, Coffee,.Crushea, - and Pnlveritted Sugars;
Rice, Rice Mo w. ; yea r ]. and Corn:Star* Fatina,
41ei's, Co'coa,'Brorna, Bitra and
Spiced .Chocolate;- Pate Ground' Woes; Castile, -Almond,
.Toilet,,Pahrt, , German,' anti Rosin Boaps;. Sup. Carbonate, of
Soda; Cream:Tartar; Extra Pine Table Salt; Pyre Retracts
'Leiden and Vanilla; Stay, Mould, and' Dipped' Candles; 'Sugar-
Cured' Hams; •Bried , Beet; . Water, Butter, Sugar,. and Soda
Crackers ; pireign.Fruitz,
v ;This stock has been purchased for"CAShr, and Will he
offeradho the Tiaao, and also to Painilies, verymoderate
;advances; from whom -.ave• respectfully solicit a share of pat-
A T-11 - 0 *L:P.' S
- • VB.E.E'BRA:TED
SEWING M A.O • N ~
••The Best •in .TJse. .
These Machines make the Bnimstr.,.or Loci STICTH, which
Al t ir :e 4 ; l:l* lit ie little 'Th 'Work (Inset noitelesely; ere
andesitaj operineit •
•." • • :HENRY .RHOADS,. Agent, • •
• ..Federal Street, Allegheny City.
Zir SEND' FOB' A. OTlicrUL AK - SR
(Tate BATES it- JOHNSON.)
Illiiitificturer and Dealer in the following three distinct
•kinds-of Sooting : • • . • •
lid. Own Mastic Cement, Felt and Canvas Roofing.
2d. Improved Felt, Cement and Gravel Rooting.
Aspbalticc Zeititoofing. ,
All Pire and Winer Pronf, "Warrant e d.
Roofing Material for sale, with printed instructions for
.fiCte• Offickni Matesk s'olinson'a "
li•SinittilleleStree3,4ltlsbiligii. Pa. •
N. B.—This GUM CEMENT is unequalled OR a. paint for
Metal Roofs; meting twita, ae. long. and cheaper than common
paint; elan as n paint to prevent 4ampnera in Brick Walls.
dee&ly „ , JOIINSON.
A R B N 0 I L ,
~For Brilliancy ,and Economy,
SPRPASSES, ALL OTHER- TLLITHINATING OILS now in
will burn in all styles of coal oil lamps, to per
safo,.'and frealrOm all oaffatudra odor. Mauldhotured
and ibrsnle by
W.m - Ac.R - Ft ' o • ww, •
JO a :MIPCORD " • " • ' -LW:JAMEIra mces.D.
3.lL'"Virli MIMI" 4100 , 110411,i4
RANUFACTIMERS AND DEALERS IN
I nittilf" : 6 l aPS;' and-Straw"Goas,.
• ' " "'/ 4 :'WItiaLESALE AND"RETAILL, •
Stre - et, •Pittilfurgi
Have neav On hand for Spring sates. as and cOmplete . iin
assortment of Goods as can be „found in any of the Eastern
cHiea, consisting of •
Fur, .• 'arid" WOo l l Hats,
of: eiNvoltro and, awility; OAPaof overy-quAlAta . • anAllstest
V 41111010; Palm Imo; Stntiv, legtiorn, and PananniAlATS;
Strinvi. SUkeBONNETI3, 'etc.; atel • Ponnins. - wishing to
pnrehaseolther hy ; Wholesale or Antall, will find it to their
!CO/Mtn go sagrikusiiiiiekritirsibiik.: • 4 ' notrl9-Iy.
It . R. ALVOTtigy 'lt CO., • •
NO. 86 WOOD FTREET,
Cornr of ',Dia iitond — A Pttibunah; Pa.,
• ' ItANI.TFACTURERS OF • '
Saddles, Harness; and:Think%
:/trinTItDIMATBER.i HOSE;' AND MACKINEVERFAITNO.
461_ • • • ' •
1011ORST PRIPRUIII AWARBED BY
THE STATE FAIR TO
STOVES A.N.D. RANGES, •
For Famities,Altd -BEST WOOD , c 0 OE STOVE
Aar- NO. 248 LiaNthiTY'STILV.VE, iC the heed of Wood,
Pittehnoih.y./. . ; . . • ,febl.9.lly
B44n;GAIIOTS IN PIANOS.
• 3 i
' - NEW . ' AND"'SECIINIPHAND PIANOS
F'U'R n :glzt L E
Wishing to reduce my stock of It'enting Pianos, I will sell'
the"followilig desirable lot 'Of 17ew , and Secondhand - Pianos
now In, ~Cure; and ready,, for examination and sale- at the
extreMely low 'Mires annexed 'to' tliem; - and Who 'do
purchase: -„ray be. assured .that 'such- s.n, -opportunity' Is sel
dom offered. On thoeo marked for CIBEI, no discount pill be
Those for sale on credit, Three' Months only will be
given, and must bo settled for by note, payable in the city.
ere. dlaminnt, of:three Iter. cent 'for, mush. 'The following
ON A CREDIT 'OP THREE
A now and elega nt 7 octave Rosewood Louis XlY..Piano, '• r,
with all the * latest_improtanents, made expresaly for
subscriber, and will be warranted. The factory price
of this style 4;W; "formate • ' ' $385
Another of the Sallie trtylelind petee:.' 365
Anethet frorn_the same maker.. in. an elegant ltosewomi.
* Carle, manntaetnrere'priee • S'l7s ; fur • • 280
An elegant. Rosevrosidgmetara Piano, made by Emerson,
,lleitton; in perfect order, and in use less than coo year;
the price *ben' new wtat $350 siw
A. richly caned ' 7 octave, new and largo scalg ; Rosewood ,
Piano, mime by A. .11 . Gale, the hew York 'price' of
•.w.tddione year ago Was 7460 • 290
Tiro desant Rosewood 7 octave Planet carved mouid
• lugs; sealelrom . AtoA; • made by Gale' & Co 4 consid
ered by good judges as among. the -Rt.” of the .New makers, at this low price of
.flne same style,.63m octaves • • ' 250
One elegant Rosowocid Chickering & Sca's 7 octave, old
scale, in use not more than six months, the eetedtprroe •
which is .. . 290.
Aldithoge.4, double4ontid cbraen, 6 otta*Troidie 101 L.
• Chickering Fe Sone,• . .....................
Rosewood, 6 octatei.h.Y.W 9 kftemt •. • : af,o
A, Mahogany, S octaye, a N - --...1:16:
A Slahogaby,'6,oritare, by Chickering & 80
litahonany, , bloctitve, , by'Fehe rr • • .• " ••• an,
• A mohosol l y 6 octavo, Load &Bra:
A Rofrt'ood, 6 nave, Chickering
knotoirood,''t tiettia•o, Ntniiis &Mirk ' " .11• • • ••••••
• ' '.164•••• Pricking luxes; ' NV - nimbi:di' and r ibe
panked r free ofobarge; to go , to;mdistance. , ••'
JOHN H. MELLOR.,
feb2B-ly 81 Wood abiet.
NV E. B EtANCAN & Co.'s
Double . Thread
FAMILY 'SEWING MACHINE.
'These =rivalled 141achines will hereafter he sold at the
Small Machines (plain)..... •
'Argo w• • 40.00
"quarte - r case 41.00
" - " in half case 41.00
" " in full case ' 65.00
We claim for this Machine - superiority over any other Mee
chine ever made, for the following reasons:
Ist. BOdi - tbe upper and - under threads 'are used directly
from , the original spool, thus doing away with the trouble of
re-winding, against which so many complaints are made.
fek It can be worked backwards, as well as forwards, with
the same facility, can be started with the foot alone, and is
3d. - It uses, a perpendicular needle-bar, and straight needle,
and never breaks needles.
It is so simple that it can be Teri , -easily /earned and
, o p e raied, - . by, twelve years of age.
sth. It is almost noiseless.
; -By the , confliiiiition of these features,` so important in a
,Sewing Machine, we are enabled to offer to the public a
- Machine avhichattits the understanding as well as the purse
Every Machine is fully. warranted:"
• Tools and full - printed directions accompany each
40 Agents wanted in.evezy, town throughout thecountry,
upim profitable terms, and no possibility of lose. Send foe , .
Circular of ten= to. Agents.
W. W. NOIITWIOP, tleneral Agent,
Noi 60 Market Street, (up stairs.)
T E•T H .
SAVE TEEN BEFORE IT 'IS TOO LATE.
has removed to
No.. .246 Penn Street
in the.bottse formerly occupied by Ar.V. H. Keyser, opposite
Christ church. Re will give all the modern improvements.
Teeth' toothed et varionslwices,
• FROM - 4115 TO $62 PEE 'SET.
Kownwo, B. SANCF . .L FLVDLE,Y.
A. BRADLEY, A. G. WCANDLESS,
J. 11. 110PlimiS . W. H. VAICHTRIC,
Dr. Ornritin E. rarliEß, -W. Nmnca,
13AIrozi 3PRas, ' - marbly
N . E TA AN . .Ilb N•D S
illannfaeturers and :Wholesale -and Retail Dealers,
MO. 32 Neav,a SECOND ST, above Market, Philadelphia.
The largest; cheapest, and best assortment of Place and
FANCY BLurns of any other establishment ha the United States.
-11GP:REPAIGING promptly attended to. Give AR a call
and satisfy yourselves.
MERCHANTS , HOTEL,
'46 North Fourth Street,
C. MIIIBBEN & SON, Proprietem
WE, OIL. AND LEA TR.ER STORE.
kill - IT:PATRICK & SONS, No:21 S. Trn ST., between
Market and Chestnut Sta., Philadelphia, have for sale
Dry and Salted Spanish .hides.
Dry and Green Salted. Patnaßips, Tanner's Oil, Tanner's and
'Carrier's Tools at the lowest prices, and upon the beet tern,.
hat& MI kinds of Leather in the Tough' wanted, for Ishich
the highest market price will be given in cash, or taken in.
exchange for Hides.. Leather stored free of charge , and -sold
on commission:" jan29-Iy.
okb O:DGIIS, COLDS,
, - HoARSEXESS asp HULDENZA., IRRI
: u t„ TATION, SORENESS, or any affection of
11 , NON f _l l.:. the THRO.A.T, CORED ; the Hacking Cough
c Consumption; Bronchitis, Whooping
'pOCW/ Cough, Asthma,. 'Catarrh, BELIETED by
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES, or
. Lo szanth.
"A simple andelegant combination for Oa &c."
Di. G. F. Broxtow; Boston.
"Have proved extremely serviceable for Hoarseness."
ltev. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
" I recommend their use to .Public Speakers."
RET. E. H. CHAPIN, New York.
"Most salutary Seller in Bronthitis."
Rev: E: SEIGPTIED, Morristown, Ohio.
"Beneficial when compelled to speak, suffering from Cad:
Rev. S: 3. , P, ANDERSON, St. Lame.
"Eifectulin',removing: Hoarseness:and Irritation of the
Throat, so common with Speakers and Singers.'
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, LaGrange; Ga.,
Teacher of Music, Southern Female College.
"Great-benefit when taken before end - after preaching, as
they prevent Hoarieness. Front their paSE effect, I think
they will be of permanent advantage to me."
Rev. E. ROVTLET,
President Athens College, Tenn.
Air Said 1;i all Draggistaiit 25:tientsper hex.-
Also, BROWN'S-LAXATIVE TROCHES, or CATEAR7TO
LOZENGES ? for Dysjepsia„ Indigestion, Constipation,
ache. Bilious Affections. nolitam
pi vve 44;44;1
Gat 10 A. "1"
. 14 t . ,t, leAmat haveANNteired their great popularity
. only Through yeant of trial Unbounded satisfaction
•r, • r ,
is .niudereil by them in an cum
Ewer Complathts. Dyspepsia, Jaundi . ce.. r i e r 7 olli D i e"
batty. Diseases of the Ifianeys.
and all - al.casee Mixing froai a disotdered liver, or
aees of the Stomach and Digestive Orgatm,
AND WrLL POINTITZLY NIUMENT
.mLIW 1012,411100 S t FEYEt, A1111 , 11111:11,4111 4161 E.
Seep= .AlMausc for .proot Pike, 75,46exitaRec Botha
Ho . oiand's IlaUttniie
• zIiTLL POSITIVICLT (MEM
Coughs; Molds,' Etarsems, ItrFatolitla, Inflamas%
• _ :Alniam , Pstecunovia, .laciplant Cansumption,
:andtatDomed the most natoninhicureeeverloooma
COMMUMICD c0N5.P 31 4 1 17 034
Ass Iliantkom Cordial it Is .mequsiYed maim mot
1100FLANWS GEMIMi - PILL,
bein* g well known throughout Europe and America, needy
no commendation here. They - aro purely vegetable, are
prepared with great exactness, and are tragar.coated. No
better CathertiC PM can be found. Patti, 25 Ma. per box.
These Medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON' A
Co., Ildladelphia,'Pli, and M. Louie, Mo, and are sold by
druggiosisiml'doidezi in medicines • everywhere. The si,g
.. nature of 0. Jacitiottvrill In on the oataide of each
bottle or box.
• In our w.row•ylody's..4l,manacr pnbliehed annuely, yoW
will find , teetiriony and commendatory notices from • all •
parte:of .the country. Motu Almanac:a aro given away by.
:all our. agents.
DR . IfoIN'fLAN E' S
- CEPOI TED
DTSPEEMA• AND SICK HEADACHE.
SyMptoms of . a Diseased . liver.
DAIN in the right, side, undeiediejairof
JE the rib.s, increaseox‘l4l*Fe Ai ;. 4 O ,hictines
Ole• Pain is. in .the.liti , iqlt is
earely able to lie ihs,dse:left sidepsometimes
'the pain is felt...nude; the ishankkr blade,
and it frequenilyi.etiii the top of the
shnulder, and,',it,iottietirtio.'snistaken for a
rheumatistn'ii i ibe The stomach is
affected with loss of appetite. and sickness,
the bowels in: general -are costive, sometimes
alternative with- lax; the head is troubled
with pain,:,Sieccimpanied with a dull, heavy
sc:nsition in, die" back part. There is gene
considiiable loss of memory, accom
psne4...saithka -.painful sensation of having
-W undone something which ought to have
IbesitAkine. • 11; *slight, - (try conghs,some
iin'itosiAlnr. ThC.pxtient complains
ot wearbiel e asily startled ,
his feet .arefiold :or . burning; ,and he com
plains of alpriikly sensation- of the skin ;
-his spirits iirplaw; and although he is satis
fied that *0:14 would be beneficial to him,
yet lie stiminon up fortitude
enough to try k: Xifact, he distrusts every
remedy.. Sevens', 'Of ',the • above symptoms
Attend thellisesse,tiat-rmsses- have occurred
'here kw of tbeis esiamd, yet examination
Of ; •tite"'bistyi,'i:iftinc - leidl; has shown the
'AGUE. AND FEVER.
DR. ibriameti bigot Pius, IN CASES OF
*Mt . :* -taken with Quinine,
at a ikki(ctii4f,the most happi results. No
bitctit'ca t tliaiii4ti be used, preparatory to,
neorlagar)taking Quinine. We would advise
':alliwitir:are.alllicted with this 'disease to give
• Adams: alorclets . to
FLEMING BROS. • PirrssuitcH, PA.
• — P •
• P.S. ADeelers and: l m iciaas orderin g from others thee
Bros., will dowel] to write theirordere distinctly,
.• irti :Pl ae stone but . DY,.. .W.Lasses, prepared by Plessin g
, 41War,(Pletsbur g h,'Pa.: TO these wishin g - to g ive them a
forws,krd per gnanrimet paid, to any part of
the United States ; _one hoz of Pills for twelve three-cent
*ta g s stamps, or 'ode of Vermifo g e for lbarteen
17i.thres.asit stamps: all orders from Cans a. must be ao
anntPattialbrtweerty cents extra. .
Sold D 7 pillAmpsetataa Druggists, sed Contra • Store
ILespera powally. ' ' -