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    101011 Pf Dr. VAN RENSSELAER, thelte- .
port. of the Committee on the Beport.yf
t h e Board on the same subject, ancrtire
letter prepared to he sent to Dr: :VAN
RENssELAKft, were read, arnid theireatest
s tillness. The vote upon the letter Was by
the members rising. Just ,at this moment;
Pr SPRING was called on to iced:inprayer :
when ho offered a most simple, , tender, and
touching prayer, that Dr. VAN 'RENSSi-
LAER might be supported in going down
the dark valley and shadoW of death; that
the blessings of a .faitlitUl and covenant
keeping God might rest ou 'his wife and
children,- and that thiSNisitation might be
sanctified to the whole.Chureh. All hearts
were meltek [Md.' :strong men wept. The
letter has been" signed by all the members
of the A,Sserabli.;
Last Miniday evening Dr. D. X. J - 0:NRI
preached a Sermon on behalf of the Board
of D'Onceit:ie'Missions, from Matt. vi
Thy Kingdom come." He divided his
discoy.rse.into two parts : Ist. What is the
Kingdom of' God 2d. The duty of seek.
extension of his Kihgdom. The
Dr. is reporting for .the Presbyterian, of
Philadelphia, in connexion with the Rev.
Dr. WILLIAM GIBSON, of the Presbytery
of Huntingdon, author of the article's. in
that paper, which appeared some time ago,
over the signature of "Western Pennsyl-
The sermon on Tuesday evening was
preached by Rev. R. L. STANTON, D. D.,
of Chillicothe, from Acts ix : 6, " Lord
'What wilt thou have me to do ?"
The speaker said he had no theories to
present concerning the state of the Church,
but he would endeavor it) yresent the plain,
practical truth with regard to ' . etir 'duty.
The Boards are the essential agencies of
the Church to do her will, and so are the
Theological Seminaries, &c. But all these
arc worthless 'without the baYtisin of the
Holy Spirit. It is not by might, nor by
power, but my Spirit; saith the: I,iird;Of
_Rusts. Almsgiving is admitted by-all to
be an indispensable duty. And although
we are falling far short of duty, yet it is
gratifying to see' that the contributions of
the Church are gradually increasing.
What lack we yet? It may be said, we
lack many things. We come short in all;
but as . I think most in one; and to the con
sideration of this duty I invite your atten
tion to-night. It is the obligation imposed
upon all, without distinction, by our' Sa
viour, to be actively engaged in and thor
oughlY'consecrated to his service.
After this introduction, Dr. STANTON set
forth with great clearness, much force . . Of
argument and variety of illustration, thn
duty of individual effort for the conver
sion of souls.
The sermon on' behalf of the Board of
Education was preached last evening by
the.. Rev. 33. 31. SMITH, D. , D., of Union
Theological Seminary, from 2. Tim. II':
" And "the things, thou
,hest hoard 'of me
among many witnesses," &c. In the in
troduction'he ' . said this epistie"is mainly
devoted to 'a revelation of the warranrAnd
nature of the Christian ministry. Ite4eon
tiiilerecl:'his subject under three,divisions :
Ist. What is the matter to be taught r 2d.
The reasons why they should „l ;
3d. The qualifications of the teachers.
After unfolding these divisions, the speak
er conellided with an earnest exhortation to
the Church to guard well the door to the
ministry, having regard rather to citdifiCa
tions than to the number of the candidates.
The first and third of these sermons
were.preaehed in Dr. 311LvAINE's church,
and the second in Dr. HALL'S. This lat
ter church is a uew one, built at great ex
pease and with much architectural' skill,
but is !ot, by any means, as cheerful, and
natural as many churches of far, less pre
tensions. A:
ROCIIESTER, E Y., May 25 . , 1860
The ease of the new Presbyterian
church, in the city of Boston, was brought
before tkp'ASsembly at a brief interlocUtory
meeting, day before yesterday, by the Rev.
Mr. VEllmirsE. It seems that $20,000 of
the sum necessary to pay for the Unitarian
church this congregation,
have been secured, and that the remaining
$15,000 must be paid before the first of
July. his property originally cost $70,-
000, the ground alone is worth. $30,000.
If $lO,OOO can be secured now, the remain
ing $6,000 - will be forthcoming at the
proper time. It - Was asked that one hun
dred dollars each be • pledged by one
hunked-persons now in attendance at the
AsoStibly,. , „The measure was inivOcatedAy
Drs. THORNWELL, PLUMER and others.
About $2,000 were pledged at once.
Yager - day 1 -afternoon, Dr. BoAnt4AN
spoke yeryubly and very clearly in opposi
tion' `to "Dig.TrioltNNVAL, AUGER, and
&mutt, showing that the principles laid
down' byl them Were gm - undress, that their
arguments were inconsistent, their conclu
sions absurd,:and that the gentletnen, to be
consistent, should not hold places in Theo'.
14'01 Seminaries under the direction „of
Bolirds of Directors and Visitors. It was
a maar:of great regret that physical inw
bilitypreyented the Dr. from continuing a
line;of practical argument in vihich he was
ppponents very hardly.
The sermon for the: Board of. Publicai•
tion was• preaehed, last evening, in St'.
. church;
. by 'the Rev. SAMUEL J
WILSON', of the Western Theological Sem : ,
iuttry, from Isa,. xlii Ile shall,bring
forth judgment unto truth:" •In the intro=
duction he explained that according:to - the
best critical authority, the idea
_here, held
out • was thnfinal victory of Gospel truth
64 truth as it is in Jesus. He considered
this' under the following divisiotis 'l.
ThialititkisDivine; 2. It' is sure ~; 3 : It
i s c i,4100; 4.. It is appropriate. Under
this lastli.eaa the preacher laid out his full
strengthrinishOviing the need men had of
the Gospels . its' suitableness to their wants,
its powerful: aif&bendfteial effects upon the
heart and soul—Aus operating upon the
very springs Of angel:4,46r beneficial influ
elute on the intellectual, political; and so,
offal` condition of min' and the great superi T
ority of Christian over hpathen.lands, and of
Protestant over Roman Catholic countries:
Ile then proceeded to show the need of
keeping alive and promulgatipg . the only .
true .theology that knows : no changes :
Such, a Board as this was necetiary,for our
Church, our country, and the litnid. The
sound' theology published by'this,_ Board
was necessary to counteract, tlIP.',9K.Pre so
industriously propagated, and to:advance
the good of men and the glory of 44
The historical and biographicalurinsions
were exceedingly, happy. : Thc, manner,' of
,deli Very was earnest and effective, and , tlie ,
whale sermon was exceedingly welt-received..
r The discourse was . highly 'creditable both'
to the Professor and the • Seminary with
Which he is connected. A. •
ROCHESTER,- Jfey 27, '
Last 'Thursday evening a magnificent
entertainment was given to the members of
the General Assembly and their hosts, to
gather with a large, number of the people
of Rochester, by, F,
,CLAitK, Esq., at, his
largeand hospitable mansion. The grounds
were lighted.: up in fine style, and a brass
band diseoui•seu music, while the house
was crowded with at least six hundred per
sons.' Notwithstanding the number pres
ent, the evening passed of most agreeably,
in social intercourse and in discussing the
merits the geed things under which the
tables groaned. '
On Friday afternoon the debate on the
organization of the Board of Domestic
Missions, which had continued so unreas-
onably long, was brought to a close,.and
the: . iote taken: The result was, as will be
found by reference to. the regular,Troceo
- an overwhelming defeat to Drs.
the vote. Svap even more decisive than ins in-
dicated on its face; because several of those
Who voted with them, did so because they
desired some change in the constitution of
the Boards, but would not on. any account,
go the length advocated by the gentlemen
named abcive. It is very doubtful if more
than forty votes was cast rightfully belong-
ing to them. They have had the largest
liberty of debate ; no one has attempted to
restrain them in any partieulax ; they hai-e
been listened to with attention and respect;
and they have manifested the .kindest and
most conoiliatory spirit: It is therefore to
be hoped that they will now be satisfied to
et us have some rest on this, subject. To
press it any more after such a vote, at this
tithe, 'would certainly approach 'very neai
the liniitsef diacourtesv, of vihiCh we=do
not believe them to' be capable
On the evening of the• same day, the
consideration of the Revised Book of Dis-
alpline was taken up, but the' Assembly
came to a dead lock at the very beginning.
Tie second section of the first Chapter
awakened a discussion' on the: relation ( f
baptized members of the Church, that con-
nued till the horn' of adjournment. No
indication is given that that section can
pass unless the old reading IS restored; yet
strange things happen now-a-dayi. But.we
can hardly believe the Presbyterian Church
. ,
is preparedlo abandon the ground which
it has 'So lono- stood with respect to its bap=
tized . childret.
The Revised Book proposes some changes
that would' be •advantageous, but the adop
tion of the whole would be a retrogade
Saturday was devoted to an excursion to ,
Niagara Falls, a distance of seventy-eight
miles; through the liberality of the Nevi-
York Central -Railroad Company and the
attention of Gen. GOULD, the director who
resides in this place.
The excursionstarted,from the idepot at
7.35 o'clock A. M., and returned at 8
o'clock - P. M: - - without the least accident or
even delay, and without a single incident to
mar, the enjoythents of the day.
The Suspension Bridge : and Goat Island
were free for the day to all connected with
the excursion, which consisted of ten ears,
carrying four hundred and sixty-fivo per
sons ; and dinner was , at the Cataract and
International Hotelsforalf price.. After
dinner, a meeting was held in one of the
large parlors of the International, , when
Gen. GOULD was erlled to the Chair; and
Mr. WENDim PRI3iE appointed. Secretary.
Gen. GOULD made a handsome acknowledg
ment of the honor conferred, on him, and
Dr.. PREVIE, of the Observer, .Presented
a series of resolutions in which the
thanks of the company were given to the
New-York Central Railroad Company, the,
Suspension. Bridge. Company, -the- Porter
family, (the owners of Goat Island,) and
the proprietors of the Cataract and Inter
national Hotels, for, their liberality; This
was followed by witty; sParkling, and ap
propriate speeches from. Dr. PLUMER, of
Allegheny, Dr. KENRICk; of the 'Baptist.
Theological Seminary, at Rod:leiter, the
well-known translator of Olshausen's Com
mentaries, - Major PuEsToN, of Va., and
the Rev. Mr. ORMISTON, of the Presby
terian Church in Canada.
This visit to this great natural wonder,
was one that will never be forgotten by
those who participated in it. But no one
must suppose that we are about to under
take a description of the mighty "Falls,"
of which one who knew how futile such an
attempt would be, sung :
+4 From a g e to a g e, in Winter's frost or Summer's heat,
Bylay. by night, without. a pallid, thy waves with loud
In ceaseless sounds, hare still proclaimed the Great Eternal
Yesterday afternoon the 'Lord's Supper
wg, administered by the Moderator. and the
venerable Drs. SPRING and. EDGAR, to a
large concourse of communicants, compris
ing the members of the Assembly, visitors,
and many members of the churches,of this,
city. The scene was solemn and-touclaiUg.
Never again will -that company sit down
together at the table 'of the Lord until
the Marriage Supper, of the Lamb. At
the 'conclusion, special -prayer 'was offered
for our foreign missionaries, of whom an
unusual number were present. JANVIER,
from. India; MATTooN, from Siam; PRATT,
from South America; McLAREN, soon to
sail for South America; MCFARLAND and
wife, frem Washington County; Pa., but
who leave for New-York this morning,
and 'for . Siam on the sth of June;
ADGER, for twelve years a missionary at
Smyrna; and WARD, formerly of India,
were all in the house. Father EYING
TON has been absent for a, few days, on a
visit to a brother. 'The' presence of these
missionaries with. , us has 'been highly
prized ; and they will be followed by
many and ferven,t prayers. What a change
to them will be transition from a com
munion with the General Assembly to the
vicinity of temples of idolatry and sound
heathen orgies!
The service was closed with'Singing the
five hundred and. thirtieth hymn to our
denominational tune, " Coronation,"
which the entire congregation participated
with, united heart and voice. ,
Lalt night the sermon in behalf of
Church Extension was preaehed in the
First ,ohureh l fby the Rev. A. T+ WGILL,
.' ' , PRESBYTERIAN . '-BANNtIZSATURDAYi . ' -JI:JN,t• .2;'..18,60.
ti.init Ps. Xxvii : 4, " One thilig have .
I desired of the 'Lord, that will I seek
after :4bat I mardwell in the house ofthe -
Lord all' My days; 'to behold the beauty of
the Lora", and 'to inquire in his temple.'"
After the introduction, which was happily
conceived and beautifully expressed, the
Dr.. remarked that the text naturally con
sisted of two divisions : I. The object of
the wish, that I may dwell," &C'. 2.
The properties of the wish. ,Under the
first head he considered, identification with
the purposes ofthe house of God; Seeking
after the
,grace of God ; to :,knoW Jesus
'Christ; and the solution of: he trial Sand
calamities of life. Under the second, he
dwit upon . the prominence of this wish, t;
its constancy, and In -conclu
sion, Le inferred, Ist. The plan Of honor.
'2d." The plarc'ef power' •fivr.renovititik the
world. General . 'Assembly the ;
proper body for originating and carrying on
the work of Church Extension.
A correspondent of the ! North Carolina
Presbyterian, in writing, from Rochester,
gives quite a " South-side view" of things :
" We are gratified to learn from an in- ,!1
dividual of the committee that the citizens ;,
who expected to entertain members of the
Assembly almost invariably-. asked for
Southerners. And we have seen or heard
nothing indicating sectional feelings oi•
dislike; of the South. `,'>'
have conversed with Sewardites and
they disavow any "Wish' to interfere with
our institutions; they say they are willing
for us 'to keep our •;slaves as Jong as we
wish, but cannot consent to an extension of
the institution: The fitct is, the North'and
the South are, to a great extent, most mis
erably hinifinigg,ed with regard to each
other. What is objectionable is published
on 'both sides, while by a svpressio verioi
false impression — ig made and the public
mind is exasperated and influenced until
treason stains our glorious land with blood.
We are glad to. hear from Northern
men (Republicans) the acknowledgment
that the, South. is honest .and . acts, from
princiPle, tit the North: froni'.iiaride and
love of power.. It is -admitted that the fl
country - is in a dilemma, from which it
khoWS.not how, to extricate itself, , but if it
compels the people to cast aside their pb
litical leaders and demagogues, and . con- 1?
strains them to rise in 'sovereign' power,"
there need be•but 'little fear of the result;
the great Mass of the' intelligent and intim
ential are conservative. We hope these
foreshadowings. of 'Obi Gneral Assembly
an& our.: intercourse With. the --North4nay
be realized:
" Dr. WHITE, of-Virginia, preached this
evening at 7i- o'clock, irom Nuinbers xiv
the Lord delight in us then he will .
bring us into this land and give it- us.'
And it is a little remarkable that nearly
every call for prayer, addresses or preach.;
ing has been upon members from the Sonth
and - the most cordial and fraternal feeling
seems to prevail." .
Whether this is to be attributed to a su
perior politeness and gentlemanly courtesy
at the North, or to-an extraordinary excel
lence in Southern ministers and elders over
Northern pnes, we- -not pretend to de
cide. - - We believe,, however, that what is
stated as a fact, at Rochester, is not a sin- -
gularity, - Wherever the 'Assembly meets,
North or South, the Southern brethren
receive:the foremost indications of volute- -
OM regard. We are pleased also to see' that
they are Pleased with it. .
This is a new Monthly, of forty-eight
pages, by Rev. ALFRED Nr.v - rx, D. D., of
Philadelphia, Editor. The first number iS
before us. The subjects are well chosen.
We have no time to read., The object
proposed is -to supply-a Monthly "which
shall possess such a character for solid in
struction, agreeable entertainment, and high
moral and religious tone, that it may with
confidence and comfort be welcomed _into
any domestic circle!' The Price, is $2.00.
Dr. NEVIN is a writer of ability and taste,
andliasilte promised aid of several gentle
men, ministers and others, of high standing.
This brother, while in attendance on the
General Assembly, at Rochester, last week
was surprised to receive a letter from his
congregation in Baltim o ore, informing him
that his people had held a meeting,; at ,
which he was unanimously requested to,
take a 'trip to Europe, daring; the present
Summer, and that the money to defray the
expensei'had been provided. This is high
ly hohorable to the people among whom
Dr..,litc.K.soN has labored with' so much
success for the last three years and a half.
People, who thus care for their pastor, and
ate active in every good work, cannot 'fail
to receive spiritual blessing&
Young lon's Bible Society,--The Annual
Repoti ivith the addresaes at the Anniver
sary, is !publi.4hed, and may be obtained at
the store of Mr. HAVEN. •
Mr. A. W. Bon), late of the Western
Theological Seminary, has received and
accepted unanimous call froin the
united churches of Mt. Pleasant and
Palestine. His address is Darlington
Beaver County, Pa.
Rev. P. H. GOLLADAY has removed from
Sardinia, Indiana ' and taken charge of
the church at Mt. Carmel, Indiana, where
correspondents wtll address him.
Rev. 0. B. H. MARTIN'S Post Office addres,s
is changed from Corydon, Indiana, to
Greenville Ohio.
Rev. Y./EV' HUGHES has removed from St
Anthony, Minnesota,. ,to Bloorninetin,
Rey;JACOB Pi4l%lll{, was installed pastor
of the Herman church, by a Committee
of the Presbytery of. Cedar, on the 13th
of. May. Rev. John M. Jones presided,
and delivered the charge to the pastor
Rev. E. L. Belden preached the sermon,
and delivered the charge to the people.
Mr. SAMUEL M. STUDDIFORD was ordained ;
by the. Presbytery of ENabeth, on the
15th Inst.:Land 'installed pastor of the ,
First'.ehurch, Plainfield, New 'Jersey.
As the same time, Mr. ISAAO A. BL AU
VEIN, received ordination without pat- f,
Loral charge
Mr. W. Cnow, a student of Danville Sem
inary, was licensed to preach the Gospel
by the Presbyteg of Ebenezer at its late
Rev. SAMUEL C. KERR is invited to take
charge of the church of Dunlapsville,
Ind., and will immediately remove to
that place..'
Rev. SAMUEL Y. UARRISON, after exami
nation, was received from Oie United
Presbytery of Kentucky (New School)
into ,"the 'Presbytery of :Mithlenhurgh,
; (Old School.):
Rev. 3. D. PArroN, D.D. has removed
from PrineekM, Indiina, to "Ifia•hiand
Rev. A. IL WRIGHT, a member of the
Presbytery of New York, (Associate
Reformed,) has been adniitted as a mem
ber of .Presbytery of Eastern Texas. • '
Rev. S. R. W. PHARR'S Post Office address,
is changed from Harris' Depot', N. C., to
. Kirkland,'N`. C. •
Re;'. J. ADDISox son<Of the late
Dr. SYMMS C. 11F.NRY,, pf. ,T,,ersey,
has received ~a call to the. Princeton
church West Philadelpida.
'Mr. F. P. MULLALY was ordained .by the
Presbytery of Charleston; - on the sth
inst., and the Rev. Dr. TIIORICWELL and
he were then installed co-pastors 'over
the church in Columbia', S. C.
Mr. J. N. CRAIG was ordained by the'Pres
bytery of 13ethel, on the .20th ult., and
. installed pastor of the united Churchas
of Waxhaw, Lameasterville, and :Deng-
Mr. J. M. TRAVIS was Ordained by the
Presbytery of I. 3 almyra, at its , late meet-
Rev. THOMAS 21
5 . CASTLETHN,' Of Baton
Rouge, La.; -lies -received a dal to be
come the pastor of 'the chureli in . Hous
ton 'Texas.
Rev. C. R. Smyrn was, installed at Unity
chureh, York District over,the united
churches of Unity and ' Mile Creek,
in Lancaster District, on , the 21st of
April, by a committee of Bethel Pres
. bytery.-
Rev. W. F. PEARSON'S PoSt'Office addresi
is Temple of Health," South
Rev T. W. ERWIN has been installed:pas
, tor over, the churches, of Mt.- Olivet and
Coneprd, > in Fairfield District,' S.' o.,by
a Committee of Bethel Presbytery.::
Rev: -D. WILLS 'Mas installed'pastor of the
church in Macon; Ga.; en thei'22d
' April. • • 1 ` •
For the PreOyterfc.n.parknor
Farewell to .Rev. S. G.:lllFarlantl.
MissnS. Eprrons:—Having had the
pleasure' of attending the farewell T nieeting
on the event-of the departure` of Rev. S.
GI M'Farland-and his wife for their inik:
sionary field in Siam, I thought', a - notice
thereof might not 'be either uninterestinc ,
or unprofitable to your readers:
• The meeting was held on . the 9th of
May, in the church of Racoon, ptev: d.
pastor,) of which Mr. 111'Farland
was a member. The exercises were opened
. •
by reading the Scriptures 'and prayer 'by
Rev. J. S. Hays, of Nashville, Tennesiee,
a brother of Mrs., M'Farland. Addre,sses
were'then made on the general subject; of
Missions, by Messrs. G. P. Hays, W. B:
Keeling, Wm. Hunter, and thOn the fare
Well address of Mr. M'Farland; and closed
by, the pastor's, address in behalf of himself
and his people, assuring the - missionaries of
their sympathies sod prayers, and COll3-
mending them to the care and protection'of,
Hint Who it Was trusted, had-called thein
to this work.
Revs. Campbell, Ilarvisdn, and Freder:
icks- also took` part in the exercises.* It'
was indeed a. delightful, and it is earnestly
hoped, profitable meeting:Will not' the
Church pray that the example of these go
ing from our midst, may incite many oth
ers to do likewise? The missionaries then
bade their friends farewell, individually,
and departed, no doubt followed by the
prayers of all:'
A 'missionary prayer.-ineeting was also
held' in the school-house, near the residened
of 'the bride, where the friends' in that .
neighborhood came together to commend
them to the cane of 'God, and . oedge them
the siipport of their pri'yers future. ' '
It was the re.mark.of one of them at' hO
day's'close, that 'if Gdd shduld take then).
before• ever they set foot on heathen Ail;
they would die with the good hope that
they had' at least donelomething to' awaken
their Christian friends' to Some sense of
their duty.' So let it be, and let God use .
them in this, and always hereafter 'is'• the
prayer of a brother.
of Unity, on the Thiril.nicsday of 'Julie, - at 11 o'clock ".A.1.1.
D. C. REED Stated Clerk.
The PRESBYTERY OF NEW LIMN will hold its next
meeting in the Presbyterian church, in Alliance, on ,the
Third Tuesday of JUTIe, at 2nTclock P. 31.
The Presbyterial Sermon will be preached by thOlitor. T.
P. Speer, at 3 o'clock of die same day.
RQBERT, HAYS, Stated.Olcik.
. .
Antrim, on the Second Tuesday of Jade.. at 11 o'clock A. 31
JOHN MOFFAT, Staid Clerk.,
The PRESBYTERY OE CEDAR ;will hold an *adjourned
meeting in Davenport, the Second Tueeday (12th).of June,'at.
,7,e'clobk E. M. I...BELDEN, Stated Clerk.
• •
' Tho PIttSBYTERY OP 'OLATtlON'etands adjourned to
media Endenton,.the SegOnd Ttiesdar . of June next,. at 11
o'clock ' ItI.'CAY, Stated Pork.
journed to meet in Sharpeberi, on the Senna& Tuesday of
June, 1860, at 11 o'eloelc A. IL
WIL ANNAN Stated Clerk.
. .
05entral grins.
We 'have received n the June riumber of. Har
per's,' The Atlantic, Knickerbocker, Blackwood,
Godes Lndy'e Book, and the'London Quarterly
The Eclectic Magazine,
For June has a beautiful . steel engraving of
Count Cavour, the great statesman of Sardinia,
and prominent among the influential Politicians
of Europe. The lettei'press is rich;and presents
its wonted variety.
The. Medical and Surgical Reporter.
' . excellent weekly; journal of medical
science has of late visited us with more regular
ity than formerly: It'presents,to the phyaieianf
Original. Communications,,,full
i rpports of the
different' Hospitals and 'Medicl Societies of
Philadelphia,•an excellent Editorial Department,
and a fine Summary . ofile'diar News; and will
be found of much interest to the intelligent
reader in any of the walks of life. It is edited
by S. W. Butler, M.D.; and It: J. Levis, M.R.
Terms, $3.00 per annum, in advance.,
The Savannah ExpresB states that the turien
tine trade of that city is increasing. The North
Carolina mXiters estimatelhe'orield at $4OO per
Foul. Cotton.
The attention'of the planteri of 'Tens is no'
called to the defects in the handling of cotton in
Texas. It seems that this' product , ranks in
many cases below' the average Price, from the
carelessness of Many putting up the crop.
Lots furchased.
!The Pennsylvania Central Railroad ;Company
have bought or leased one hundred and sixty-iiVe
acres of 'land. for`feeding , the cattle the road
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
A miniature wooden pagoda which we brought
from Burrnah; having been broken while - on
shipboard; we were.very anxious to have it' re.
paired, and tried several sorts of glue, but with
out success, till our attention was called to
Spalding's preparid, Gluc,', sold, at: t qo :Platt,
Street:. This'we fonnd answer: - iimpurpose.
The pagoda appears now Lobe strongly cemented,
and.can-be seen by calling at:..the office of the
American Baptiat4—Amarican ;1,16140, , NeemYarl4
.1319 Met 2,1859.
Among the hundreds of letters; certificates and
orders received, by the proprietors, Fleining
of Pitteburgh o Pa.i of this medicine, the'following
are selected:to Show its character,' and tfin,effee4 l
of its use in a distant part of _the West..
. ROYALTON, Boone CO., la., May 10, 1850. ;
11Eames. Frgmiifor :—Gentlemen :
write to you to solicit an agency for the invaln..:
able VermifugeLYou prepare. Sometinie since, I.
purchased one dozen vials of Mr. C. Edy, and:
prescribed ltitimy practice; and it proved so'i
effectual in the ivoims; that no;
'other • prepazation 3011 satisfy the citizens of this
Village and viCiiity. Please send me one gross'
Of thearermifuge immediately. Yours, - &M.,
.I%lBssits. FLEMING Baos.---,Please; , send the
Vermifuge fcir ns as soon as, possible,; as. we are
nearly out, and the demand. for:. it is very.great.
-We believe it to be the best: Vermituge• ever in-
. .
PUrchaseig mill be Careful to ask for Dr. JP Lanes
CelOrated Vermffkire, manufactured by 'Fleming
Bros. of Pitisbuigh; PO. All other VertnifUges'in
comparison are worthless. Dr. IVDLatte's
genuine VermitUge, alio . his Celebrated Liver
Pins, can now be had at all respectable drug
stores. None genuine' :without the signature
. .
of FLEAUAM Bibs.
. .
By the America, European, dates"are received
to the 20th. of Mey.
The British Government has issued' tOpioclarn
ation against enlistments for the• Pope in Ireland,
but it,dctes notinterfere in the' subscriptlons for
the insurgents, the law officers of the
crown nOt'regarding it as illegal.
Th e e English funds were, very heavy wider
continental politics' . but there was more' steadi
ness ad. the : i
vision trade l ialikely to he benefite,d not. only, by
a,great :dearth of- fodder which now prevails. in
this country, owing to 4hohackWardness
season, init also bY serious. diease which has
manifested 'itself among the' cattle; especiallY in
the midland , Counties. It. attackg the. lungs, and
they die in a,few hpuys.
The'Paris:Bourse had been greatly . depressed,
but.elosed firmer... . •
• The French... Minister at Naples had, asked
for four ships of war, and the vessels had beeii
There were vitgue and irnauthentic`rumor.s of a
new French loan forrailifary purposes.
The Russian , Grand• Duke Nicholas: was on a
visit to the Emperor Napoleon.
The report'that Franco had offered pecuniary
intlenmity to Switi'eidand was unfounded.'"
Austria refusesto Admit Piedmont to the Con
ferenCo,' On the ground that'eaveur had declared
that she intended to:take no part in the dispute
between France and Switzerland.
Theodore Parker died at Florence , on the 10th
It was reported that. Lamorioere, had .made,-a ;
forward ,morement with the Papal troops, And
iire thOusafid.Piedmoritese troops hhd enibarked
from Genoa' to cheek. him. ' " I
It was positively asserted. thatthe 'French
army atjtorrie had-received 'ordersAo evacuate
It is said that-the Sardinian ,Goferument had
ordered the garrisons of Central"ltaly to march
rapt* toward 'the Poutiteisf frontiers. •
Garibaldi with, over one thousand followers
had' landad at Marsala in Sicily, under the fire
of two_Neapolitan frigates. One Garlbaldi's
steamers Was captured and the other sunk. • The
volunteers, who landed were, the moment of
they mail's departure, fighting with the royal
troops. Cat. Melici was forwarding ,the prepar
etions for a second expedition, and six thousand
veluntee,rs had already been enrolled. It wp'
asserted that the enormous diplomatic represeff!.'
nation made to Piedmont .would decide the- Gov-
-ernment to prevent the departure of the second
expedition.- Great agitation prevailed at Naples.
The intelligence relative to Garibaldi's
lion'is`sfili"nieagre'and'consicting; but the re
ports generally concur -in stating that he was
making good progress. Some say: that he ;had:
enptured,themost important,points in Sicily, ex-,
; eept llesSiria and Palermo. -
After his landing at - Mariala, the Neapolitan
war vessels bombarded that town without 'it
warning, and the 'British vessels . interposed for
the .protection of. the:English Tesidents. • .
The .iortarit : announcement was made via,
, mp,
.Madrid 'that the. Ring of Naples had applied, for
:foreign intervention. , "
Among other questionable' rumorgwas one that'
a treaty, offensive .and defensive, haftbeen.con
eluded between Naples, Rome, Austria, •and„all
the deposed Italian sovereigns... •
The latest accounts from Naples represent the,
utrnoat consternation. , The troops were clispir-'
ited.; . tumultuous manifestations were taking
:placel; the royal - .family was packing up" their
;jewelry and valuables', and there were strong in- ,
dieations theta greatinsurrectionis looftecl.for.
At the latest dates, Garibaldi preps were
moving oil Palermo' '
..i.SHES-LSoda Ash, 34334 c.; Pots, 41,4644,e.; Pearls,
The stock in%:tlrs't bands is ample for all ofdinary
BACON--ShnitliderS. Sc.; Sidee; Plain 11 - itais;'lo%@
103.t'e.f Sugar Cured do, 12y,@v2, 1 / 4 ...-11113..,
BULK MRAT- 7 506%e. for Shoulders, 7®7 1 / 4 . for Sides,
_IiEANS,--.-SmalliWlaito,7sosoe.otud Nork State,,ssc@l..oo
bushel. , • .
• • RUTTER—Fresh Roll, 1.1.y 2 01.3617.0k;.; packki, 93.4.0 1 / 2 c.
BROOMS--;Comnton, 2.00a2.50 ; fancy, 2.75a..3.24, ;
CtIBESE—No* Western Resort's, 934010 c.; Hamburg,
12 M.e. . - ' ;! , • .
CORN • 3.l.EAL—trvial first hands, &Oaqc.; from store,
,PRZIP 7 -Apples, $1.25 ; Peaches, pt.00&t..60.
EGGS-Fresh picked, 10 Wile. 14, doz.
-FEATHERS=Prime Western: . 45050 e. Vi
, FLOUR--Soper.,. 55.25: Extra, 55.80, 5.85@5.90 ,Extra
•Fitroily. $5.00, 6.10 0.1548.25; Fancy. WM; 6. + 50@6.75.
GRAIN—Corn, 55, 5.8@1300.- Oata..B7e. on wharf.. Barley
65a6Se. for Spring, and 10a75e. for Fall. Rye; Slc. on wharf.
GROCERIES--Coffee: Good. Rio, 1431415 e: Sugar. 83, , 4g
BMo. -for fit! prime, N. O. , Blolosago, 46®45c. for hreW
IIAY 7 -$8.00@15.00:ton at' scales. : ' • :• • .
RIDES AND LEATIIER4reen beef hides, 6@6 c.; green
salted hides, 73.4qr07,44c.; ' Rough country
leather at 28(41:ric. Dressed . leather 'in quoted: .fts fol
lows: Rod ; Spatiishbiole lb., 21€25e. :Slaughter Sole,,V lb,
26(ii)Z6.; Upper , Leather, doieng $33438 ; Leather
1§1: dozen, SADO;
,Skirting Leather 32@34; Harness,'
LlME—Louisville, Marylnuti,l.7s. •• '
LARD-10 @11c: RP for No :1 city in•bbls., and 11 1 44
11 1 ,4 c. in kegs; country, 1041014e.'
.biliSS•POßK—Country; 5i6.00g16.50W giti,slB. l Xol B .s o .
_ OIL—No. ,1 Lard „Oil, 885.90 c.; Refined Coal Oil, 65a10c.;
Linfieed,Abaftbc.. - :
POTATOES—Neshannocks; bpttssc. ;Rode, 3ba4oc, •
SALT-No. 1; $1.00@1.10. • ,
'' . .A.i.,./fEGII.ENY CATTLE I_4EXE+.
Sale of Dr. 11PLEtne's Yermifnge.
NEw PitOVIDEN* Tenn., Jity. 1, 1851
~[42 ] ;
Iforgign Retus.
/ (Commercial.
Pittsburgh Market.
BEEVES--The offerings during the Week amounted to 1,006
head,. of which 493 +were sold at prices 'ranging Irian:l23ft°
SHEEP—The' offerings =waked td 2,330 heed; , of
which were sold ,at 1.8ea3:2031 cwt .+ . The remainder; will go.
HOGS-:..407 were offered, of Which 43 Wero• sold, id prices
gauging frout 4, to : 534c., groqs. The ; balaticeyrerettent,
!*Ot.tii4,: . : . g#tit . p . ' . ..
• . .
which gradually breaya down-the constifritiott;ttnd lays the
foandathin for Dyspepsia and many other disorders, , Brmon's
Laxative Troches or Cat4artic,.Lozenge:s Rm. : particularly:
adapted, assisting Nature by strengthening and invigorating
, .
the process of digestion. It
MRS. WINSLOW, an experienced Nurse
and Female Physician, has a Soothing :Syrup: for children
teething, which greatly-facilitateathe proceseof-teething, by
softening the gums; mdneing ail inflanunation7-will allay all
pain and regulate' ilie* loPiefe. Depend npoti it, mothers, it
alltgive ared ielierinithealth . to your En
yericotly safel,in all easel. See advertisement.
my26-ly :
. , i,
ar fiv,,,... .‘,....
Misti COOPER; 'OW ar Utle.% Pa. On May 17th;
Mr; 1 1 .04*8T: TEMILE, 06 , Wateriao, Miety.Egzasgrn
ANDREW, of Tenting , pcinty,,Pa.
• 4a,Thurodai, :May 17th, by Rev. A. M'Cay, Kr. Join;
jloya," of 'Ai'matrong,Coaaty. to)," Mien' tuns ‘Lcittoaan, of
elaricin .oounts,t. Pa.. t OniTneeday; . Way:22dt tlrixilt i otaT
Mny 15th, by Rev. J. Jr. Smith,. Mr.. Jonn• L. roams, of
Washington County, to 311sa Pncent A: lioean, formerly of
On tho morning on tho 22d ult., by Rev., ;01sriAberr, Mr.
A. C. 9 iNTA.ON to litis3 FnA3ci9 F. Mooßr, SU of Mpnonga
hAn City, Pa.
..,(S-4119111TIr* GRATIS • 4nornoßm,
Own Lxsz, NINE Ironps paptO
. • , • • .
.'DIED7-At "The Cedars," Huntingdon County, Pa:, on the
/sth clay of 3lay. Mrs. SALLIE L., wife of air. George, B.
•Portor, end daughter of John Lyon, BK.; In the 29th year of
her age.,
'the left a large circle of relatives and fr'lond3 to mourn her
'departure, but who have 'caudal? 'Miele° that they are riot
called bu "to sorrow, even os othet t li who have to hope ;" for,
.“ what is their loss is her eternaligraltt." ' .
DIED—At 'the Personelle, InAinntingdon, on the 20th
inst., after a very short illness,.Mrs JANE F., wife of Rev.'
'George Zahhiser, in the 28th year of her age.
•" The memod of the just 'hi' and we cannot per
mit the remains of' this excellent woman to Slumber in the
dust without a feeble tribute . to • her praise. Though visited
suddenly by the dwtroyer, and deplived of consclowmm, so
as to be unable to give expression to her hope, and, tatAifyS.
.1e91113 in her dying. hour; yet 'the life she lived was one of
eimple trig :Seely Implicit faith in the'Stiaionr of sin
ners; hat we doubt not she ham entered , upon" 'the the nest that
remaineth for. the people of Goa." She truly - adorned. her
,Christian profession, by a "piny walk and conversation , ;"
nild When her eyes were closed in death, no one could look
'Upon that calta and peaceful countenance, arid say,' Janis '
itath not 'brought "111 - and finmortellty 'to light."'
.zahniser will not soon be forgotten. Her gentle inenneitaild
kind heart won for her many friends; who deeply'lament her ••
early death. I n tide rani providence, a devoted husband and
'fiiiihfUl 'minister or the hooped line had "the desire of hie
'cies taken frinit him with ri stroke," and c little daughter' is
'left to travel life's dreary pathway, liereft of the tender C41:141
and unchanging lovo of a mother. But the Lortylll care for
them. ; „ J.A.R..
felte of•thooe calbbrated4BllilPdles fneitantly'dewctid.
Unless the worda, “ i lloltoway,!New,lorlr .and London," aro
diktlOOultbibla h hatei-mark each ieitf 'Of the book of
threctiona accompanyturt.tho Preparations,: the 'article.' •are
• • Belikat the manufactory, No: 80 Midden 'Line, New Yrirk,
Ana by all toraggitta, at..2bc.;88c‘.0143 . L.00 per poi or box.;
142-1 t . . .
• • •
= positively cure .* ; ' • '
Liver Complaint,: DyspepstiOleiviillNlliblllty, -
hum .the Prof Uni" of. 3 cdril, I.B6lt,ipnblishedhy Rev.
John Berg
Ifeen.sinfs danmai Birriui.—We learn that quite a
number Of clergymen; and: otlier of our 'friends 'who were
suffering from Nervous Debility, Dyspepala, and general
pitOstration,hard cleriveti . pCr.tiliar benefit from' the uses of
the ilieye popular ; In.nll such, and , sindlaresses,
we hellove it to be a most valuable .retuedyi ,and, therefore,
ianneeiicoMmend it too' highly: • J'e • • ' •
• •,l'or sale by. Druggists .and Donlon! evirywhere! Price 75
cents per bottle., „ ; Jan.2-1t„ ,
.mitss K 0. 31:0.0.:41 •
COFFEY, associatNlth the pmcdea otilledleine and
•,O6lep N 0.102 FIFTH STREET, • opixaslii, thetatteilial
,LEclE.—ias.ol),pays.theentiro mit of. iition. , ,Miabi•
t-re eons halt price. ,
niter nt oafti me. For Cita
!opus, Specimens;enclose:Araq^tter stenips to; • • , i•
nty - 2,54;rn ra•ITH s. a /4171.1. • Fitestmrih. Pa.
I • •
6 . Ikl th ' ft I g.t ree a,
, a. .WKIASEX 4150 N, ' ' ; "
.. 01 9 44 Y : . . . . .;
FETRKPATRICK k SONS„No. 21:S. Tinny Si.;: between
Market and Cbednut Philolelphie, have for Bale
Dry and Salted Spanish .11ides. :
Dry and Gram Salted Pala:CH.lpm. Tanner's Oil, Tanner's and
Currier's Toohi at the thorret pr.cee, and upon tbe' best tenni':
AU kinds oil...littler in the, rough wanted, for which
the higholit market price will be given in cinch. or taken iu
exchange for Hides. Leather stored free of chil* had eol,I
-ou commission., • . • . .
11 0 1 ' 3lr
• .
In its sixth pear. Room for over'njo hundred iielenti.
sir Send for Circular, to •• • ' • •
•H. 111ICA84. ;31. D
• nri)-5- . , Eittturgit, ra
I ' . SMITH, Metihamt ; Tailor
N0;,84 Strc,e,t, Pittsburgh,
Respectfully incites:public attention W his new and exteneiro
assortment of Foshiociabki SPALNIVAIrD SIJ3I3E.Ln GOODS,
640/riming all the. WSW 41,1411 deidnibbi - styloalor gentlemen's
.Trear, which all.
bo made to OW* in.the very best Manner,
SiCrellitittble.prlees.:: ••• • • 'marl-1y •
•:, H A,V , • • • : : . •
reartuunt, and .Dealerr. in AMERICAN . 10111' . 70.11E1431.1
PAPERS,. Corner of Market a d
. Second, and Wood and i
Third'Streets; Pltteburgli. ' • ' ' ' • •
Partletilar attention paid to printing Catalogues for Ceilegne
!and Seminaries, Programmes, Diplomas, and School Reports.
I ' •' • • •• ; '
T H E 'S 41 D 1 .• S
fi St. Clair Street,
(lifers: for side a choice selection of books suitable' for' all'
classes, on very.reasonable ,ternis.. The collection embraces
tile entire publications of the Presbyterien Board,. of five
hundred andsixty-nine distinct worke, 'MA'S, large variety et.
ffsalms and . Hymns, and the Psalms of David in metro..
a good selection from Carter's late pnblications, Marl ,
elolson!s,Massachusetts S. S., Society; Tract Society,Und
S. S. Union; viz.:
Hodge on -Corinthians. 2 vole
_ .!'"` Ephesiatis •
.Baglish lloarts and „English Hands- '
The'WOrds and 31ind of. Jesus '
The,Faithful Proiniser. '
' Still -Hotir ; or, Columnnion with God
Lifiref GCM,Haveleck: '
Lilts. of-Capt.,Viears •
Curninines Great TribulatfoM" -
• Sermons to:Working .M ..
en. By J. WAlevander' 75
May Engle. By Dr. Potts, (gilt) • 25
The Christian's Home. A Prize:Essay . 00
'Family ; Religion., By Smith.' 00
iitherund Iler Times. By 3. M. Lewrie 00
Last Days of Jeans. By T.', T,. 3loore' • • • '
Titles, of our Lord -
History and Habits of-Anil:hale. IlluStrated ' Loe
Th 6 Gospel in Bunnell. , ne* and interhstingiworh ut ,
3q2 pre. ,
&Whet] of Grade •
Ilk:heal of Bunyan
:Songti for Little - Ones
- Tito Starsand the Angela '
lio'artlman's Higher Christian. Life.
lii-Spebeer's Sketches .
.51tinitim's Lessons about Jesus
The, Board have, aken special care to obtain a choice selee
tion4uid large, variety of Sabbath, Sebool bodks, embracing'
aud.severalDibraries, embracing-from fitly to ono',
:huridred volumes each. at from $2.50 to $lO.OO. selected hum .
' :the Doritel Publiatiiim,::Carter's, Martieree,' S. • ' Unicin;'
Trent,Society, "Massachusetts S. S. Societnund Nelson Sons:
.All tliese:thdy offer a very liberal diecount4 as an induce
motto Superintendents' and Teachers in the country, die
tridts, wboSe schools have been suspended during thell`inter,
andUranom to be re-commence:l, to obtain the Lest' library
within,their reach. „ , , maral-siont
. .
TUESDAP, 4ay 23,15,C0'
~..F ,
Ji 1 ..
v,. •
v... Vesta
blisited en ISM]. r • .
BELLS. The eubscribers bare copstantiy . for .eale. an as
BELLS.'sortnient of Church, Factory §leamboat, Loconsot
BELLS. the, Plantation, Behool:house, rind other: Bulls
BELLS. mounted in the moat approved and durabliuniumer.
'BELLS. For full perticularer as ••to many. recent improve
;BELLS. mente, warrantee„ diameter pf Bells, apnea occupied
IBBLLS. in Tower,' rates' of transnortation; &c., send for a
LBBLLS.'Circular.. BeHS 'for, the South delivered in Now
BELLS. York. Address . .
Wort Troy, New York
7 7A3(f.t-LOWRi, Ja... of Pittsburgh, willlbs a candidate
f or Oldik of Coitto, tratject to thodecielan of eie Ilepublicau
Cbubo Convectloa. - • ' • • • •••
WILLIAM A. m?..gRaN will hex 'candidate rot the office
of•Cierlt.of the Court, subject to the decision of the Republi
can Couoty Convention,. • • . febl.B-tf
• . 4) -: 6 7:4 0 , 19 V
e e ?ECON6liiri %.
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IDialiDEnt.olit A
0 3)
'Save, the Pieces =
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Ao weeNtatio WO Anywam. IVer it. ,roll-rwptlatima ftweatlii, It It
vary dialralllt 10 have saint eh op atol convenient way lbw tapatt•
lag Fungtata. Taye.llrockary, ht. . • • . ;
m - i e t► alt such eine4fennfe's, and' no boos-thole coif sarard
erisanot It. It' Is ',Ways ready: mind' on, to dery foieafag point.
There la no longer • necessity ,ror
. 11moIng ntotim, splftnerigl yes .
safari; dolls: and bloke.° m4sillis . s. it loi jun
An acne, obeli, nod other urnameutal mirk. so p000l•r erttb' holies
et ntiltoeptent t and taste. •
Tblfs_tnlmlroble nteminntlif, Is net 0.04, being epenttailti het.
M.solollim, atilt ponteeslngi oil the'valiiblis.offitllthn of the bar
sfabliesequaltel ,Oble. It . only be used to Abe pinoe of mint,-
mfastnaie s being nistly more adb.ive.
11: A Brash meeordpaillai'•;tch bottle. . Prins; 26 tenth
Olasala Dapot, No. 30 Platt -4., Neil York.
Addree4 —
EMILY C. spiLDnzo aTit.
Bo No. 3;600, Ifirr York
oni no I'm ► , o , . , unn 'in Own. containing fkmr, eight, mid tondo*
doson—rt 0
baaokiful Lithographic Shoo• Cord accompany*, 'nob
sr A single bottle 'Of SPALDING'S .PRKPARRI/
will says tan thugs Its cost Annually to every boottaltold -110
Sold by all procOloeiA Stationers, Droggists, Hordwiu• gad
neolass,Urocera, god Fancy ,
Country stal.. shoo Id•make a note of SPA
P*36l), 01.03, yrboci making op tbel! Hal It will stand wit •
wesnle :Depot resnOviii (Mid No .80 Plat t. , Streot. 10
NU 4 CEDAR =WED, New litnrkt .M 61.44, , n7wr/Dapor • •-•.*‘..tenpronasyawtet.,*
The subscriber is now burning one hundred Montan&
Splendid Colored kngrarings of REILBRANDT PEALE'S
celebrated Original Painting ot,the„
at the unprecedented low price of • • .; •
Site, 23 er 31 itteasp. .•: •
The lowest regular price
.for, engravings; Of:the end
quality of this is $6--lind in answer to the question, "How
can they be sold One Deliar?" the subscriber' wiinid state
that instead of issuing 6,000 copies at $5, ho issues 100,000
copies at $l. The male' expense of Such a wOrk is not in the
Taper and printing, but In getting up the plates.• 1155,000
only arc sold, $.5 is but a fair price. But If 100 , 000 . are sold
at t i ; the aggregate protitenre larger than on the 6,000.
The Original Painting, of which the Engmvings . are:a
FAO-SIMILE copy, was painted by Rembrandt Peals in the city
of Baltimore, in hail been the'study 'and admiration
of tens of thousands of our citizens. It has Ping been saluedat
••• • '
25,000 Dollars.
Deatkis personified ea rs'lCing or Monarch, and there is not
a skeleton or anything repulei'ee in the,pictiare.
There are 7TVSNTY-rIIREE rem,siazir homage In the en
graving; and • arranged into five groups; ;presenting living
representations of Death, War, Sensual Pleasure,: Intemper
ance, and the Triumphs of Christian 'Faith over the Terrors
It's* Wiwi to delight the ecyye and improve the heart. It
can be studied and understookby a child, while its sublime
conception affords scope to thestrongest imagination...,
nit has ,beon made, the .rmidect of special. discourse by Rev.
Dr. Sprague, Rev. Dr. Welch, Rev. Dr. Bacot:4ller- Dr. Cleve
brad; Rev. Dr.*Wayland, and others. • ' • •
A more impressive, instructive, or beautiful Parlor,,Orna
merit could not be pulchaecd. . .
• The subscriber wasailvised to have, the drapery of the fig
ures brilliant and showy, to gratify the taste of the "country
people," lint lie determined to'imitate exactly the rich mei
iow,iints of the origrualpialntingin,this respect. ; The wisdom
,of decision hi verified•not only by the Artists in this
, eityebut by the venerable Renrbrandt Peale' himself, al . 4111
be Mon by the following unqualified certificate :
"PIIILATELPIIIA, November, 18,1859.
" seen' the Chrdmo-Litbographic; Trierdring of my
rotating of the Court, of Death, recentlY.Oxqcoted for Dr. O.
Q. Coliou (the present proprietor) by Narony,Mejor & Knapp,
,of New York; and can certify:that it is anaccurate
ndruble copy of the original Painting. . • . • .
• , One Dollar and four letter !IMMO, (to' pay
piano) the Engraving, will be forwarded, post-paid, roiled in
a strong case. ' .
Clergymen can add largely.totheir yearly income (in (dm*.
aniselons), by, in teresting illemact TT! in the distribution and
'at the MUM. tithe 'place' in the haridi of each euhsdriber "s
!sermon on canvas' - • : :
Any person whO'will show this advertiisement, obtain flys,
tibeicrii: -3, mid forwirrdYs,•shalVreceiye iiiixth copy gratis;
ail post-pekl. .
AGENTS—lgentleMen or 14 . make money' rapidly
by taking stibecriptions,for this beautiful .work. '!One Dollar
and,sis stamps from Agents, for one copy and a letter, ,or
'Agency, stating special terhis.• • • ' ' •
, An active Agent,cannot t ntake leas than from two bun iireel
to thrim hishdreil &Bari per year in the .bissinces, cdrre.eit
pciasmr. A description will be sent with each picture. •
The, subecriber refers. to 'the ,following,c,entlement , The
venerable Rembrandt l'hale, Phibuielplin.; the Hon: Iffilerd
,Buljalol the. Rev. 6) I. Prime, D.D., Editor New
York' Olmerver•, Rev. 11. B. Palmer, D.D., New Orleans.; A.
14: Holbrook,' Terf.;•Pcoprletor New Orleans PiciaYmie; the
Rev. Ant D. Smith, D1:14 the. Rev. *Dr. Abel Steyene,_Eclitior
Christian Advocate 'awl Journal,. New York ;. the Rev. Gor-
Abbott, Siangler•lnetitute the,Bon. Traders Brciake,
New York.; .the Hon. - Henry J. Raymond, New York.
Toltveid mistake; the Nance,COhysty. and State
should be P4l2llyr written, Address • . , .
Gr. Q. t0M0N,..,
Petit 'ltine; New York
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SiIF4 , PONI &.,(o.'S . '
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'Recent ' '
Try S. IREN.MUS PRIM D.D., Edifoi of the Newt-York
Obserrer.i Ilfustratedwith Stu:Views:Of Stites Scenery;
vo;tirne 22m0. ! Price:SlM. • .
" jib the 'dikiiiiiinatbm, genial, heart-tniptring dory of
what a:Chrlstran gentlemen Wand in lineVaf the duet intei
esting countries of the wa4d,:e.n.l sa - o congeal:l. late . 1 41 1 v p!"
haring previcle'd eo Olensant a menteifal 6fldelareadeth year
of etlitorie! r.;.Eadd3:ttor,..) •‘• • ...!1!I • e.",• ! •
Being the Second Volnme'of The Florence Stories. By
JACOB ABBOTT, Author of the "Rollo Books." 1 volume,
Itimo.:.lllustmted with. Seven .Engravings.' , Price 80 cents.
Mr.Abbottfs known to be alnire,.suocessful and useful
initer fdr:the, young and off. Hp, its also the most popular
author of ju'venllo books no 'Obsernerl.
:41r, Abbott Is 'awn. to go. nbrisul, and .the rernalning
LIMO., of this Series, will be Trarehp—similar to ltollo's Tour
In .iiiiroph:" Vdlurue third Will be an account of the
Orkney Islands."
7teing'the Second :Volume of the Oakland *Stories. , By
01:01t011 B. TAYLOR, of Virginia. With illustrations*
Ii NV: Iterrlck. 1 vol. 18m*. Prieb .50 cents. *llitilbrro
Isla , " Kenny," the flestvolume of the Se;ies.. • • ,
.11118 isa series, bearing some features of resemblance tc
the •rell-kminilt,plln Books', and, in our judgMent, quite 'as
intOresting and profitable for the boys and girls. it deserves
a pronilnerit place nmen . g presents, In the Doak line, com
bining, stalt, &Maw Irirgelyi the isieftil with the interesting."
—llar(ford Christian Seeriaary. '
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A Tale of Religions Persecution_ By 3lrs. S. ROCHESTER
aOR Di or Louisville. 1 yel:, litne. II lustrated. ' Price $l.OO.
Me, -great. popularity of " Grace Truman," (of which
thirty ‘ thousand copies base been sold,) will aecnre, for this
book,..tholisandi'of routeris. It traces the history of a pe
riod of most. trogic cntereet = the religious persecution and
intolerance which marked the reign of Charles 11. of Eng
land, and the trials end sufferings through which Bunyan
wan called to pasts. in order to prepare him to be the author
of the immortal " Piogress." '
IsteintilPtimithmeat Conadttent With the Fatherhood
By, REV. JOSK.PII THOMPSOY, AN. rotor of ;the
Broadway Tabernacle Church. •'. '' •
"Behold the GiNKILICM aid Seri** of Oode—Rain. zJ :
• ABORI.OINAL AMER LOA. Being the Bret volume oT &
Now &glee of .A ca
nwriu. By JACOB' ABBOTT,
nuttfoe of ....Rollo Books," Itollo'n Toot in Europe,"
".11.1rper's Buries of European Hiitortes," Bc. Beautifrally
opihAlished. with eighteen illustrations, in the best style,
trim cirighial rieggiui: by Darter, Clutpin, Stephtihs, Perkins,
liernek,Xullln,Ytuacnts, and:others. :1 volt 16mo. Price
75. cents. •
The Publishers, in presenting this Series of popular Amer
ican Histories for Youth,- believe that they are supplying a
wont long felt in our country, and one which no. author
living is so well able to fill as Jacob Abbott, the popular au
thor of eo many juvenile books. Mr. Abbott has given more
than usual care in the preparation of this Series, and they
will be illustrated in the best manner, it being the intention
of.tho Publishers to make them as attractive as they will bo
UMW and entertaining..
A , New;History :of . .England for the Young.
1 vol., lemo.• With itwenty illustrations by J. It. Chapin,
and others. By Mrp.lttMAS GELDART. Author of
Daily ThriughtS • for a Child," " Stoiies of • Scotland,"
"_Stories of Ireland," Ac. . , •
Mrs.,.one of the moat poptilar •writers for the
young in Englind; and no mdre profitable books can be
placed in,Um bawls of the young than . her Historical Series.
'f What children read they often retain; therefore it is de
sirablethat'thMVlmCks should be of a high moral tone. In
thltbrpipeot%Mys,Geldart hiti few equals as en author, and we
,liopethrit this little .work will be found In every child's li
.Frarp—Worcist& Pa/Zattitim. •
The' Life of Freidrich Schiller,
ByTII'.OM'AS CARLYLE, Author of "French Revolution,"
&c., Lc. .1 Yoh/ 12nus. ?tine ;$1.00. , Uniform with the new
eirtion of CarlyWe Essays, in four vole., now being pub
lilted in Bodoni: ' ' •
. This Ls one ef.Carlylo's Best Works.
•'• • • ()thee' Sketches •
By RICHARD V.' APCORAIICK, Author of 4 : The War In
the.Crimost,l Arc.•, 1 vol.. 12 . Pricc p.OO. tebl9
. The. COOttiAtedtaite 'Engraving,
: 31.00'
CHRIST AND me . *pomp,.
. .
(FROM TizoitwAfmsraiNracirimrit. abbr. Vim Si MT 3&)
It ie pre-eminently appropriate for the
•Either on the parlor wall or centre table !
of our Divino
'Magni.froent - ,Wreath of Art
.Opt .iiglUC attar of mil. Faith t
friotit Itev. Dr. Prime, Editor of the "New York Observer."l
Dayton k Co.'s advertisement of their line engraving of
Thorwaldsen's celebrated group of . Christ and his Apostles,"
will attract iittehtion. One of the pictures hang in oar study,.
and we regard the work as eminently suitable for the walls
of every, Christian household.. The , beautiful clasped Bible,.
which is presented with it, is bound in velvet and gilt, and
the price at which. he offers them is so low, that thousands;
may avail themselves of tbe_ opportunity. yfe hope they will
[From tie Rev. Dr, Prime.)
DAYTON'S' ENUNAYT's. - oS.—We *mild again call attention to
adr. Dayton's•advertieenionte. 'We • him every reanon to Am-
;neve that there will be the proper response from Mr. D.'a
eatabliebment to any lettere containing money for its splendid
; i1 ,Art.
IFroin the New York Leader.l
The line lithography of
"Christ and Ills Apostles,"
with most elaborate surroundings, a copy of which attracted.
great attention at the fair for the Sisters of Mercy, is a most
valuable, adiunet ,to the , uffiCe, itho .studio, or the boudoir.
The gift accompanying this enterprise is a fine pocket Bible.
bound in purple'aud gold. • '
The Bible which wo prestont with this irnpnisive migrating;
ia'2llUo., bound in velvet—with. gilt rise and clasps, worth
at retail front 3."• hi 34. • • • '•
To tires who oriel', to. purchase •this religious picture
without, the Bible, the price is $l, with 12 cents , to pay
' - Send to. DAYTON 4 CO., 37 Park Row N. T., and'
25 cents in snoops for. return postage on Engrming arid
Bible. • •
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**Editors giving din above an inserdon 'and forwidittng a •
copy, of the ' r paper, market; will.reccive a. co p y,of st i thek-
our pablipinniis tiY Thad, prepaid': "Addl . ** ' 2—
=Pack-Row New. Tort..
' [From the Herald of Truth.] • •
- Daytol!'_e Engraiing . Thorwaldteri's chkist and 'His
Apostlear. o ..a , agnificent t group: :Iles tongratidit i azl6-
cued aurast,erl,y mazulow 1 4 M a 1 , l iar? ot art, weikt!
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Wftb, we Inrlttall our pilgrims to
:wit to die the , lPriebyterlao
tttnt ieIYS It 4 antilt3intofir bonuttisPen gran ng awl
elegant Blblti a not mien:Trak - owe norraata
FOR ONLY $2.00.