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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner and Advocate (Newspaper) - January 21, 1860, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaFor the Pibby Telmi by new of add cat Church. Ext eur Ioa. St. Louis january 9a, i860. To wants of Many feeble congregations engaged in Church building constrain the Zener amp a Assembly a Church Exie usion committee to Call attention to the following facts 1. Thus far this year the application have increased and the contributions decreased More than one third Ascot spared with the same time last year. During the nine months ending december 31st, 18�0, eighty Ono churches furnished �11 the information we require before making an appropriation and asked Aid to the amount of $42,767.68, or $12 670 78 More than was Emit Wariy applied during the corresponding period of the previous year. The receipts for the same time amount to $11,601 32, or $5715 74 less than during the first nine months of 1868. While this decrease is chiefly owing to a change in the time of lifting our annual collection in a Church which last year Gate More than that sum it causes much present embarrassment and compels us to ask help elsewhere. 2. As the result of the increased demands and diminished receipts our liabilities to Day exceed our Means $10,270.61. Most of these liabilities Are so distributed Over the future As to be met by the Ordinary receipts but they will nearly absorb our probable income for several months. Without therefore a Large in Rense of contributions we cannot meet the reasonable wants of the ninety three Church is whose applications Are new on file but who have not yet furnished the full information necessary to our final action. 8. Our liabilities have not been incurred in aiding expensive enterprises or without urgent necessity. The average Cost of the churches we have this year assisted is $2,082.87. The average amount we have appropriated to each Ebu Roh is but $268 06, payable Only after the receipt of satisfactory evidence that it will Complete the House free from debt most of our appropriations have been made to save sanctuaries from being sold by the sheriff and worthy churches from being crippled or dissolved. An unusual amount of Aid has also been required to prevent the removal of useful ministers from Fields whitening to the Harvest. The impoverished condition of Many such forbade their remaining unless a Sanctuary with its attendant increase of support could be obtained. 4. We have experienced no Relief from the diminished costs of building in borne parts of the country. In those places the ability of the people has been still More diminished so that the average amount of Aid asked from us is one fourth greater than Ever before. We Lay these facts before those whom god has blessed with comfortable is Notum ies with the Earnest request that they would Honor the Golden role by helping their needy Brethren to secure a House of worship. All who have a heart to Aid Are invited to Send their g its to Archibald Gamble treasurer no. 88 Market Street st. Louis mo., or to any of our receiving agents named in the set and foreign record. By order of the Church Extension committee. Jams a. Paxqn chairman. H. 1. Coe Secretary. Young hens Bible society of Pittsburgh. The vol second anniversary of the Young menus Bible society of this City was held on last monday evening in the third presbyterian Church. The scriptures were read by the Rev. J. D. Yerkes and prayer was offered by Rev. Robert Gracey. Stirring Able and impressive addresses were made by Rev. Davidson Rev. James Prestier ., and Rev. Or. Plumer. The fallowing is a summary of the operations of the society far the year two agents have been employed in the Field. Or. J. P. Smith our City agent has been employed in a two fold capacity. The number of families visited is 9.642. Of which 1,075 were found destitute of the scriptures being about two Hundred less than the former year. Number of volumes sold 76 number donated 466 vol furnished to roman catholics 68 value of donations $204 96 sales of bibles and testaments $86 76 amount of subscriptions for the year ending january 16, $1,169 89 old subscriptions of elected $339.75 total Cash received since last annual report. $1,010 64 outstanding subscription for 1859, $486.00 aggregate amount subscribed and collected during the Post year $1,496 93 number of persons constituted life members at $5 each 8. Rev. J. K. Miller Laboured in the same Field in the Rural districts As last year and with Good Snoop so. He visited in the county 1,800 families number of constituted life members at $10 each 18 182 made life members under 21 years of age at $5 whole number 200 value of. Bibles donated $96 23 Cash received for bibles Eto., �$15.48 amount of subscriptions for the year ending january 16, $1,701.21 Cash paid $1,116.58 outstanding subscription $800.61. The aggregate work of the two agents shows the following result families visited. 11,442 Cash for sales $52. 27 value of donations $301.19 collections $2,187.32 outstanding subscriptions $1,286, 61 life members 200 copies of scripture sold at the depository 8,007 number to agents 1,160 to steamboats 76 by order of Board 1,088 bibles Eto., on hand 2,045. The following persons have been made life dire Otora of the american Bible society revs. Henry Kendell ., de Witt a Byllesby Samuel Fulton i. C. Pershing and George b. Russell. For the prefab Terlan Danner and advocate. Presbytery of Maumee Jahu ast 2,1860. Misses. Editors a i am directed to Forward for publication in your paper the following this presbytery met in Toledo on the 16th of december 1859, and continued its a salons till saturday night meeting in philharmonic halt the members remaining Over the Sabbath to on Joy the communion of the lords supper. Presbytery was opened with a Sermon by Rev. E. B. Raffensperge. A the members were present except brother w. Reed the following subjects assigned by a com Muttee appointed at the last stated meeting of presbytery were discussed with interest in Eon. Mention others by invitation taking part in the exercises 1. Doth e signs of the times indicate better Union of feeling among evangelical denominations 6. Has the system of co Portage of our Church proved Benefi Olal presbytery 7. ,. ,. 8, what Are the hindrances to u revival of re Ligio Niin our bound. A j i w k _ 4. Do the interests of the Preib Terlan Church in North Western Ohio Call forthe formation of the proposed new fit ipod. A a a presbytery be commended the Observance of the Beor we pm january As a time off�0qjw., prayer when possible in daily Union player meetings for the conversion of the world. Also that the last thursday be observed in our congregations As a Day of special prayer for so Bools and colleges according to a the recommendation of the general Assembly. To a a a the following minute was unanimously adopted who Abas the Flynod of Cincinnati at its last meeting adopted the following or Esolen Tion with reference to. The theological Semin Ary. Of the North West Viz that this Synod has no More Peculiar local interest in this Seminary than it has in every other under the control of the general Assembly resolved. That we. As a presbytery a hereby record on dissent from said action of. Synod As being Noons intent with the foots referred to in the preamble which it follows unkind and ungenerous in its bearing non the Seminary of the Northwest to the supremo Judic Atory of the a a a a a a a a a. I / a i i Reeo hed. That whilst we have entire Confidence in highly esteem and cordially . And every one of the seminaries under the control of. The general Assembly nevertheless there Are reasons Why we should and do feel a a pedal interest in a the Seminary of the North West Why we should As we hereby do specially recommend this 8eminary to the sympathy patronage and liberality of All the Ohn roses under our care. ,. S . A committee was also appointed consisting of A psf Hensperger and d 3. Anderson to draw Upa memorial to the professors of the Northwest Seminary asking them to take into consideration the establishment of a weekly presbyterian paper edited by themselves to meet the demands of the North Western part of our Church Luis do Blahd. Stated clerk. The credit $ 3,599.82 331,927.32 618,954 19 66,828 52 97,892 19 exhibit the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad make in their twelfth annual exhibit of the receipts and expenditures of the Road for 1859, an encouraging statement. The official year ended on the 30th of november. At that time the expense account amounted to $1,008,202 04 Side showed the following by Cash on hand Dee. A 1858, by receipts from passengers. By receipts from freight. By receipts from mails &o.,. By balance miscellaneous accounts total $1,008,202.04 this shows an encouraging increase of business As compared with the last previous report. Hog backing. The Louis Ville commercial review giving returns from 113 packing Points including 12 from Kentucky 25 from Ohio estimating Cincinnati it 425,000 head. 6 from Indiana including Madison Indianapolis Lafayette and Bedford 12 from Illinois including Peoria Beardstown and estimating Chicago at 172,000, 6 from Tennessee incl ending Clarksville and Trice s Landing Nashville and Shelbyville 4 from Missouri including Warsaw and estimating st. Louis at 51,700, .2 from Iowa 1 from Kansas and 16 Points in Illinois Iowa Missouri estimated. The following presents the aggregate Viz last gear. To Date. To come in. 388,611 324,147 _ 69,265 26 834 Kentucky Tennessee Illinois Indiana Ohio i Missouri Kansas Iowa 336,023 167.18750,9.960 77,625 3,000 6,898 estimated pm to 333,496 �?�244.996 178 238 515 144 98,301 7,863 8 220 269,500 10,630 2,375 7,850 3,400 5,000 800 slavery and Exchange says it the dumber of Staves in the South who Are Donn noted with thu roses is four Hundred and sixty eight thousand or about one seventh of a the presbyterian notices the pms Butery 01 Susquehanna is to bold it Nof. Stated Moet Tiit at , Wal Zaleg congregation on the if Floc Turanda so amp to of january the annual contribution of five cent from each member of the different Chu Rohee for the fund for aged and infirm minister., and deep read min later a families win then be railed for. A. J Voiter stated \ the Presb Tery of Wiki Sebago will meet at alb "�jdiy�?T�?zja22,lt.r��?z26th 1880 of clock . M. Rob Hytson stated Clark. Osage pm a Soho i. advertisement in another column. The circulation of this vtgorop4ly> conducted duo atonal paper is in creasing i rapidly. Conoho Abidia navigation the annual report of the company shows that 28,286,691 bushels of Coal passed the looks daring the year. The receipts for tolls were for goal $39,085.66 for passengers $12,077.67 for general freight $82.685119 total $88798.6i buildings in Pittsburgh. The last year was one of the most prolific of new buildings which we have witnessed Here both As to number and excellence of the structures. The whole number in the City proper was two Hundred and . Last year there were on Hundred and ninety one. Several of the never buildings have splendid Iron fronts. Total. 1,876,954 1,667,793 30,055 deficit. 179,106 from letters received by the editor of the commercial review he arrives at the conclusion that there will be More Bacon and less barrelled meat Aud lard than last year har facets. ? a it pitt8bbbsh, ,jaqdaryl7th71860. A general revival of Trade in All departments is anticipated in a few Days. The River la now in Fine navigable order the ice having pretty much disappeared. A number of boats Are taking in freight for below and there is Bat a flight possibility of the River dry Iii no thi3 season. Apfi<f8�?pennsylvania and. York state at 8.60 per bbl. Butter Roll Batter 16%@17c. Per la. A a ooh sugar cored bams Lac shoulders 80. A men pork 1650. A a a Ai chiise�?10c. I con fish�?414c, % fit. Cover seed�?660 9 Bosh. Dried fruit peaches 4.00 Bush. Apples 2.00 $ hush. Floor sales from store of super at $5.60@6 40 extra 0 62@5.76 extra family 6 90@6.00, and Fenoy brands 6.25@8.50. Buckwheat 190 cwt of esd bran $21,00 ships off 26.00 ton. 0boouuk8rr-Fingar, new Orleans fit. , Lio. Molasses f a Orleans Boc syrup Baltimore 64c. Hokist�?8,00 w bbl. Hops�?15@18o. A la. Hav�?18.00@si.u0 Par ton. Straw 17.00. Is so Tojio. In bbl and Kag Leaf at 12w�c. W it. A i Vini Soho Loo Ysab. A naw hoax Janna a 16.�?cotton, Ilju for nplands1 middling flour 6.2025 for super state 6.3s@640 for i pres Rtskhi an bawl re and a to car had been asked by China in the difficulty with us Wissow an experienced Unree Andre a France and England. By this to Are placed in male Phi Sloan Hae a soothing syrup for children Teeth al. A much Moro favourable position in China affairs than any other Power. The Queen of Spain had Given birth to n Princess. England. Extra state 0 for superfine Western and 6.e and 6.70@s 80 for shipping brands Canadian flour 5 6i 6 60 for common to Good extra. Buckwheat floor. 1.8?r 2.00 per Loo lbs wheat Mit Waukee. Lonb 1.20�l it Chicago Spring 1.203120% White Canadian i.43@1.46 Lite Michigan 166. Bye,w@92. 66 i White Michigan 166. Bye 90392. Barley 70g�6. Corn 83@88, for White and yellow. Oats 45@46. Dressed hogs 6.6236 80 for Western and 7.00 for Eity. I,Ard,.h %@10%. Butter 12#17o. For Ohio and 15324c. For state uhte use. Harpers Magazine. The number for january is one of unus Nat excellence. And begins the twentieth volume the pub Lisberg Promise rare attractions for the coming year the amount of historical literary Artl Stie and general knowledge on All important subjects contained in twelve this Magazine in very great \ subscribers will be Well repaid for the Maii outlay. For Sale in Pitts Burgh by Hunt amp miner., another judge wanted. The Law business of Allegheny county has become so extended that a a judge for the District court is needed. There Are now it is said Over a thousand oases on the list and a suit enter de to Day if obliged to wait its to Fri so on it not be . things�0, Ronld be a monstrous iniquity. ,fl4a1>l�. Why Man who not wish to pay Bis debts to defer it thus Long. Snob a state of things must be deeply injurious to Bush a is. Authority to elect an additional Quot judge. Is signed by # Large number of the members of the bar. Gov. Blacksnake the a a old Indian a died at his residence on the Allegheny reservation eight Miles from East Randolph Cattaraugus county december 29th, at the advanced age of one Iran dred and Twenty three years. He was probably before his death the oldest Indian living he Wab m the French War previous to the revolution also in the revolutionary War and sided with the americans. He was a great Aid to Washington acting in the capacity of a runner and bearer of dispatches. St. Louis Jan. 12.�?the Bill to abolish slavery in Nebraska passed the territorial legislature on the 3d a net. It is expected that gov. Black will veto it. The Bill providing a c institutional convention passed the House the same Day. The Missouri legislature yesterday passed a Bill banishing free negroes under the alternative of becoming Staves. It has already passed the Senate. It passed the House with some amendments. Mississippi exchanges chronicle the fall of a considerable amount of Snow. The whole state seems to have been covered with it to the depth of seven inches As far South As the latitude of Natchez a a lady of our acquaintance mrs Powell to. 18 is Anion Street Bew York was troubled with liver complaint for a Long time and after trying Many remedies was advised to try or. My lanes celebrated liver pills prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh. She so and says that with one Box she was effectually eared. Indigestion stoppage of the menses Cost Veness and general irregularity of the bowels Are All diseases originating in the same prolific ease As is also that dreadful Scourge dyspepsia. Those who Are afflicted with any of the above enumerated diseases May rest assured that toe source of their maladies is in the liver and for its correction the Best remedy Ever offered to the Public is or. My lanes celebrated liver pills. Try them. The Money refunded if not satisfactory., purchasers will be careful to ask for or. My lanes celebrated liver pills manufactured by Fleming Bros., of Pitts ubah a a. There Are other pills purporting to be liver Pilis now before the Publio. Or. My lanes Gen. Line liver pills also his celebrated Verm Fuge Oan now be had at All respectable drug store Bone genuine without the signature of 23 Fleming Bros. We have european dates by the steamship hungarian no to the 29th nit. The recent pamphlet on the european Congress and the Pope which is ascribed to the pen of the emperor Napoleon had Given umbrage to the Pope and he refuses to be represented in the Congress. Unless a the rumoured authorship is offi Oatly denied. Will the emperor deny the authorship and if he does will the Congress carry into effect the policy f we can but express the Hopo that they a a a a a a a a the mediation of the United states government the cheat Eastern affairs remain in state quo pending an arbitration Between the company and Scott Russel. The ship Blet Rege Castle from Liverpool for Australia was wrecked in the English Channel and All on Board Twenty two passengers find thirty four of the Crew a re supposed 1,0 have pm ribbed. The ship lady Franklin from Liverpool for Maranhas collided at sea with an unknown ship. The latter sunk immediately Only one Man being saved. A the government has determined to Issue to the Rifle volunteers an additional Supply of English Duke of Malakoff had arrived at London. Measures have been taken to place Chatham dockyard in a thorough state of defence. Lord Hastings is dead. There was a great riot on sunday night among the military at Camp Aldershot. Three a militia men were shot dead. The soldiers were arrested with their rifles loaded with Bair cartridges. The times correspondence from British Columbia complains that the american authorities at san Juan have been guilty of Many Petty acts calculated to annoy the British authorities. The London times in a Leader on slavery in the United states and the revulsion in favor of the Southern states caused by the vagaries of the abolitionists says a the Union of the american people is not Only of importance to themselves but to the world at Large. It has been fully proved not Only on the american continent Bat in oar own colonies that the enforced Equality of the european and african races tends not Only to the Elevation of the Black but to the degradation of the White Man. We cannot find any sympathy for those who would try in the United states the plan of a half caste Republic and to Trust that the Federal government and the right thinking part of the Community will protect the South from a repetition of Snow outrages As that of harpers ferry a France. The Paris Constitution Nel says that the i Ondon times is Correct in considering the pamphlet in Tittle do a the Pope and Congress a As a political expression of Good understanding and conciliation Between England and France and congratulating itself on the result. It says further that e Range far from intending the destruction of the temporal Power of the Pope will on the contrary consolidate it the pays contains an article signed m. De Cassini which1 says that the pamphlet entitled a a the Pope and Congress a has been wrongly a ter pretend icy. The newspapers. He says to at the pamphlet does not propose to deprive the Pope of the legation but Only advises him to submit of the present state of things and proclaims the necessity of maintaining the temporal Power of the Pope. M. Dec. Adds that the pamphlet confines itself to the announcing of an opinion while the Congress alone will decide and Ever after that the Church will remain fall and entire the government has abandoned the probe option of Monte Lambert for the recent pamphlet on the Pope. A a. A a a a a Telegram from Rome confirms the previous report that the Pope refuses to he represented in the. Congress. Cardinal Antonelli having notified count Degrammont to that effect. It is reported in Paris that or Guizot 11 engaged on a pamphlet on the temporal Power of the Pope. _ the Danniah principalities Are about contract ing a loan of sixty millions francs with France Russia and Prussia pledging the landed property of the convents. A. A scaly.  1 advices from Turin say that the French pamphlet on the Pope and Congress caused an immense sensation in Taly. T v. Vib Sion. a Telegraph from Prince Imatt a nigh to count Wale sky declares to the diplomatic corps of Paris that while he remains at the head of the ministry for foreign affairs the pamphlet entitled a the Pope and should not be considered the programme 0f the French ministry. The minister of finance at Rome has been obliged to sell two million francs of consolidated funds. Russia. Advices from st. Petersburg state that the russian government is negotiating for. The Purchase from Japan of the Island of lug Halien the half of which they already hold. I 1. Prince Gor Schakoff leaves st. Petersburg for. The Paris conference to night. The chief Spanish representative.,will be caldron calentes., see or Martiney Rosa having declined. A Spain. A new Battles have occurred in Morocco. The Spanish occupies a line three leagues m extent with three redoubts and other entrenchments Yick state that the Porte had called on Europe to Settle the Suez question in its political hearings by guaranteeing the integrity of Trio turkish Empire. The French minister and four other ambassadors had agreed to the arrangement. China and Japan. Advices from China state that the chinese were preparing for defence but that the War would not interrupt the Trade. Advices from Japan confirm the previous reports that the embassy for the United states would leave in february with a Long retinue of subordinates. Confidence was increasing Between the japanese and foreigners.,a. Later. The Europa arrived at Halifax on the 16th instant bringing Liverpool dates to the 31st nit nearly three Days later than that by the hungarian. The Date of the meeting of the european Congress seems Svyet doubtful. It was vaguely reported a that Austria Spain and Naples will not Send plenipotentiaries unless the Pope is represented regarding which doubts Heve been expressed. Russia rejects the programme advocated in the recent French pamphlet Pope Etle Congress.�?�. It was rumoured that there were serious difficulties in the French Cabinet. The rumoured threatened withdrawal of the Popes in nolo is officially denied. Lord Macaulay died in London on the 28lb. Of disease of the heart after a fortnights illness athe austrian journals were discussing the pamphlet and the Vienna Gazette regards it Asa direct menace for Austria. It is nevertheless averred that in government circles the pamphlet has produced no disagreeable impression the government. Being convinced that the opinions expressed a re not those of the emperor Napoleou-th0 Paris pays announces that the various Powers invited to the Congress have been of prize that the seeting cannot take place on the Day originally fixed and that a subsequent Day will be appointed. A Rumor bad prevailed in France that the Popes Nuncio had threatened to a Emend his past ports on account of the recent pamphlet. But the Paris correspondent of the London Post an Nonnee the Rumor untrue. A the Milan Gazette announces that the Duke of Modena has advanced with troops toward the Frontier of Modena. Part of his was al ready at a Quot Frontier town. A the French pamphlet had. Been translated into italian and largely circulated in the Romagna a Rome dispatch reports that a lengthy interview had taken piece Between Cardinal Antonetti and the French ambassador. The latter had received from Paris some explanations destined to re assure the government of the subject of the recent pamphlet a the my Rqn is of Villa Marina had declined the governorship of Milan and count Gil Lena bad been appointed instead. The Marquis of Villa Marina goes As ambassador to Naples. The London Post publishes the following Telegram Pabis december 30.�?there.is at this moment Between the cabinets of Vienna. Paris. And Rome an Active Exchange of dispatches this is easily explained by the existing circumstances All that is said of the unfavourable dispose icon of the courts relative of Rome is false Seigneur Zacconi awaits instructions. The North China Herald of november 5th, says that or. Ward the american minister left on november 2d for Kaushan a Cut to some thirty Miles below Foo Chew to meet to the general and Confer with him of the subject of the. Ainer ran treaty and the present difficulties Between China France and Enri and. To authority however is not Good whilst on the contrary we hear of great activity on the Weiho forts which of course Means resistance. Mlis. Wis8i.o a so experienced nurse sad female physician has a soothing syrup for children teething. Which greatly facilitates the process of teething by softening the Gums reducing All inflammation a will allay All pain and regulate the bowels. Depend upon it mothers. It will give rest to Yoors Elree and Relief and health to your infant.,. Perfectly Safe in a leases. See advertisement. ,. I tuesday november 28th. By Rev. T. G Scott. Or. Niokolas to m188 a Roarx t. Folk troit All of Lawrence county. A. December 27tb at the resident e of the brides Fetter by Rev j. J hex Pierbon. Or. J. T. Diboll to miss eur amp Buh hal8et, eldest eau Tutor i. Or. A. S. Copes all1 of new Orleans la. By Rev. A Donaldson january 8d, or Samuel m. Aloor of Bell town Bio Westmoreland county a to mias Marq Aitner Jaba Mcclelland of township Armstrong county a januery6th,. Joss paid. Bo8b6rough, of 0>n�mai3gh town Shio to miss Jar Jmc velvet of Young township Indiana county a. A in Aldott Stephenson Sonaty Iii december 28th, by Rev. J. 3. Dickey 6lr. James 7. Clark of Reeburg tour county a to miss Anna daughter of Alex. Kerr esq., of the former place. A on thursday morning december 29th. At the residence of the Bride s father by Rev. R. L. Miller or . So Twat a. Of 8t Paul a n. Ote mias Mas me j. Murphy of Canonsburg a. On Thor Day december 29th. By Rev. G. W.,Mechlin, or. Robert Russell to miss Elizabeth Eckman both of Armstrong county a on tuesday evening 17th inst by Rev. A passavant or. Philip s. O. Houma. To miss Amelia my ribs a of Pittsburgh a. A v january 6th,by Rev. R. M. Wallace Joseph Woon esq., of Washington county spa a to mr8.v.slizabsthhouoh, widow of the late David Hough esq., of Payette co., a december 22d, by Rev. Alexander my Vaughey or. Cornell to miss Jane Lewis All of Goult Erville pay on wednesday Eye nog december 28th, by Hev. . Laverty or. W a. Mcintosh to miss minx to Boisen Bebo a of we Villei Ohio. On thursday the 6th inst., at the residence of the Bride s father by Rev. J. E. Caruthers. Or. Simon Jack to mus Belinda Obrell All of Armstrong county a. On the 27th ult by Rev. J. A. Yal Landigham or. John t. Steel of Newcastle county do la to miss a Garrett of Woedl county my. A in Bellair november 1st, by Rev. R. By Hollyday or bomb amp to Criswell to miss 0. P. Cooper All of the above place. Of the 16th of november or. Alexander Galloway to miss Komina Keyser both of Belmont county Ohio on the 2i the of december or. Ale Landsb Dubois to miss Lizzie Jane Alexander both of Belmont county. Ohio. On the even log of the 28th of december. In Bellair. Or. Amrah Day to miss Rebecca Jane Payne both of the above place of thursday january 6th. By Rev. James Davis or Robert al Skik. Of Indiana county to miss Jane b Anderson of Derry township. Westmoreland county. A. On tuesday january 10th. Or. Isaac Russel and miss Busan Wilson All of Westmoreland county a. Jit Nuary 5th, by Rev. C. G. Braddock. Or. John Timbli to miss debt by Young. January 12th. Or. John w. Roa Oil to miss Maryg. Rowley. �?o1 a r r a i Iff sewing a a hit Aars. Announcements Gratis additional remarks Rizvi cents a line nine word being a line a died in Sowick Loy. A. January i4h. At 6 o clock a Clara Elliott Only daughter of Franklin and Henrietta Osborn. Died in Franklin a on the 18th of november. Andrew Bowman esq., a ruling elder in the presbyterian Church in the 77th Jar of his age. A died on the 24th ult., mrs. Jeannette Morrison a Mem her of White olay Creek leaving a husband and Pfent. Amp i d a Large Circle of relatives and friends to mourn her Suditu departure. A. ,.died at Canonsburg. On Friday evening the 8th of january mrs. Sarah my a wife of or. Reed b. Miller and daughter of John k. Foster formerly of Baldwin to Allegheny co., in the 36th year of her age. Died january 6th, 1860, Lawrence Lex infant a on of Calvin s. And Martha a. Day. Of Steubenville Oblo. After the Brief space of six weeks this Little Pilgrim was called to the fold of the Groat Shepherd a died in . A. December 24th. 1859 at the House of her son or. R. M ready. Mrs. Jesuz doth my ready. In the 73d year of her age. The deceased was born in Washington county a. She was Early made a subject of device Grace. She experienced that her Savlon was precious. In tbo�7th year and unwed herself with the associate presbyterian Church. Inl804, she was married to or. Joseph m Cready. And the same year with her husband removed to Colombiana county. Och. About eight years afterwards she and her husband United with the presbyterian Church of Bethel Iii the communion of which she died. To. To of my was an Active warmhearted Christian. Rhe raised a Large family of children All of whom she had the pleasure of seeing United with the Church. . D. My Cready is an efficient minister in the methodist episcopal Church the Saviour whom she served in life sustained her in death. Her end was peace. Re. Christian advocate please copy. A. Died on the 19th of december. 1859. At the residence of a Warrenton Ohio or. Andrew d. Smith in the 36th year of his ago. Deceased Lef. The Homo of his childhood soon after he completed is education resided in the state of Tennessee. Choosing to employ his talents for the Benefit of others he engaged in teaching with the intention of making tha the business of his life. After some years he married and settled Down with a Bright future before him but a dark Cloud so a threw its Shadow Over him. In the inscrutable Providence of god he was bereft of his wife and infant child. Ere time had Effa a the lat empty of his grief and healed his stricken heart consumption marked him for its prey. After lingering Fer some months and with strength scarcely equal to the task he came Home to die. Under the tenderest maternal care he survived three weeks when his spirit took its flight As we Hope to the land Blest. 3hal Saviour to whom he was consecrated and directed in the Nursery was his Trust in the trying hour. Has friends mourn but not without Hope. A a what is your life it is even a vapor a. Com presbyterian Herald please copy 1 burnetts Coc Oafae. Premature loss of the hair which is so common now a Days May be entirely prevented by the use of Burnett s 0000aine. It has been used to thousands of eases where the hair was coming out in handful is and has never failed to arrest its decay and to promote a healthy and vigorous growth. is at the same time unrivalled As a dressing Fer the hair. A single application will Render it soft and Glossy for Jereral Days. See advertisement. Set Orr a9id bae ekk 08lsbratsd family sewing machines a new style Price $50 of Cor Star of fifth a1�d Market stref.t9, Over Nauf Ury Good. Store entrants on fifth str3ef. Pittsburgh Quot 496 Broadway. York-730 Chestnut Stract Philadelphia we a these machine sew from two spool and form a seam of. Unequalled strength Beauty. And which jul hoi rip oven if Eyet fourth stitch be out they Are the Best in the Market for family use. A �9 Send for a circular. A Apio anew advertise vents machines during the last fourteen Yoars some four Hundred patents have been granted of inventions designed to lighten the Drudge re of family sawing and at it he same Unte to pro Duce a machine that could be profitably used for manufacturing purposes Bat strange to say. Out of this Large number of being machines Only ome half Dosen Nave been proven to be of practical value and of this Small number not one has in it combined the advantages of a Camuy and manufacturing machine theve Are Large heavy noisy cumbrous and complicated machines de s one for heavy work that answer very Well White there Are others of Light mechanism and delicate adjust Mote which perform on Light work to re Vavage awhile the former Are a exclusively confined to heavy letter Are of Little value except on Light fabrics therefore a Teke great pleasure in boating the important feet that or. H0f? a the original inventor of sewing machines has recently perfected Bis shuttle machine so As to Combine in a much smaller space and with Fer less Mao binary the strength and durability of the May fac Turing machines and at the same time possessing that Deli soy of movement and ease of operation Peculiar to the family machine Quot and which renders ibis the Only machine cd pm by. Of working squally Well the l1gh i st and heavik3t fabk10b, and in the re lore design Defot All kinds of work for shirt makers yest Mako re tailors shoe Bandera. Fittere Harras makes , As Well As for All varieties of family sewing the Howe machine Isth Only one that can give satisfaction and they will be sold for on half Thijs Money charged for any other machine capable of doing As heavy work in As Good a manner.-. These machines cannot be got out of order by any Feir Means and they will be fully warranted for one or Yeam. Jriley with stitch hem tuck Cord bind gather and Feu without Basting make the lock a Titch seam alike on both sides of great Beauty strength and Elas Timity and which a amp not be ripped or rave led. Athe Public Are cordially invited to Call at my rooms no. W Maeef Stree in up steins and thoroughly test these machines on All kinds of work done to be satisfied by merely seeing a machine sew on s rag but bring along your lightest and heaviest work and put the machine to the Moat rigid Teets. A t / Active and responsible agents Are wanted Fer the Sale of these machines upon Liberal terms. A please Send for samples of work and Paru Cullars of Agency. Address., Quot w. B. La8sobll, agent i ja2l8m Pittsburgh a. 2. 5. 4. 6. D 7. 8. 9j 10. Star Xiv my b r. Clark s school visitor for f8bruary�?ju8t ib8ubd a ter 1s fifty cents a year Forth fins coloured Border edition forty cents to it clubs. Plain edition total Raj five Conre a year cents to Cunhs a now is the Timo to subscribe. The March number will appear in new Tine parents put pure and wholesome Reading m Tho hands of your children. Gire them a paper in their own name read the list of contents of february no of visitor 1. Whippoorwill. Original poetry. By Mary Byron a Rose. A a a a a. Latte to the children. By Alex. Clark Ilustr Ted. Rum it. A Temperance item. Selected Early piety. Origins poetry. By j. 0 Ogle. Simmering a in . By Aiea Clark sketches of Philadelphia. By Uno o Edward / letter trom Europe. By Rey. Samuel Findley. Up High a in Alex. Clark. L Little believers. By Alex. Clerk. Shorts. A. 11. Announcement of Prises for Compo Eltimos a. It 12. Willie we have mined you., Boog. Selected. 13. Ids Fel Boone and the Panther . Clark illustrated. A. .14. A Apple for a blow a elected. A 16. Crinini Keence. Of childhood. Original poetry. By 1 j Gibson lowrie.16, the . By u a a a a it. Chasnow prise composition by a Young lady a of Buffalo. A y. A. 18. Incident from experience in teaching selected. 39. Good at guessing speak out 20. Schools in Kentucky. By Alex. Clark school Ojei Catlone. By uncle1 Edward a a a a Swift we go a music. By i. B. Woodbury. Switser a song of borne. Music j a Kiddo Kong May mathematical. Quea Tlona syn. Of Nymer charade what they got. A a some folks a Sung selected and twelve times a a much in a year i Send you Rehi Laren s names add enclose Tampa to Ozark 4 d aug had a. Publisher Corner of fifth and Salt Bield st�., Pittsburgh piece Ted a addition of two thousand one Hund Rcd Nev a been Bra to the visitor during the Mouth 0 december alone. R a n 21. 23. 24. 25. of Way a pill8t-8wihhixg of 1110 Bead nausea for food and a feeling of Laah tudo and och suction Are in dial Ible Lodi cations of a torpid stomach nod a general sluggishness of the secretive organa and the circulation. A course of Iloilo my a great a Ai Artic alterative Aud tonic remedy will remove every Uncle avast symptom and imbue both Tho body and the mind with unwonted Energy sold at the manufactory. No 80 Maiden land new York a Nedby All druggists at 2 c 68c, and 1 per pot or Box. Ijel1t2� of be seem. The subscribers Antonno a translation of the above valuable commentary from the third German edition recently issued by the Rev. 0. P. Krauth. Jadd trans Lascor of Fra look in the gospel of Joho a to be issued at an Early Flay. Also now ready Gerlach on the Pentateuch a Oom Emoury of the Pentateuch by Otto Yon Geri Aoh Trauet eted by the Rev. Henry Downing. Incumbent of st Mary a King so inform. 1 vol 8vo. Rioth $�.60 1 a Stier s words of the risen Saviour a a a. And. Commentary on James so. Cloth $2.00. Smith English 00-, _ _. Booksellers publishers Aud importers-je5ly no. 40 North sixth Street phyla. Miss Elliane Ous gds Matt a Cocoa Jaxk. Bra Nett a cocaine. Burnetr�?T8 cocaine., a compound of Cocoa nut Oil a Abr dressing the hair. For eff Oacy and agreeableues8. It is it about in equal. It prevents the hair from Felling off. It promotes its Bealby and vigorous growth it is not Greasy or Sticky. It leaves no disagreeable Odom. It it softens the hair when Bard and dry. A it soothes the irritated Scalp Alia. It affords the richest lug tre. I it remains longest in Effot. It costs fifty cents for a half plat bottle. A Barnetts Coco Alne. Tbe.,following testimonial is conclusive of its Efficacy in the ease of. Dandruff. Boston. October 30.18 &9. Mesas Joseph brim try a co gentlemen Haye used your Coop aide about six weeks and its effect is so marked Aud extraordinary that i dem it my duty to site it to you. A my worst complaint for several years has been itching and irritation of. The Scalp after by Nehling my hair my coat Collar would be covered with the White Scales Dandruff which looked like a shows of Snow my Barber tried various applications without effect his abuse of , and his obstinate refusal to use it provoked me to procure and try it. A a have used less than a bottle. The Dandruff. And the irritation which caused it. Have entirely disappeared and my Hir was never before in so Good Eor Fritton. Your obedient servant. A. A Foll Bel Barnett s cocaine the following testimonial is conclusive of its Efficacy in the Case of a it 1 baldness. A Bostedt. November 24. 1859. Gentlemen it when i first used your cocaine. I had been balt a seven Yoars. In the meantime t i 1 tried a Dosen different preparation specially recommended for baldness and All claim in to be infallible without any beneficial effect. The ladies of my household urged. Me to try your cocaine. Which i to Pease the not having my sol of any Feith m the Power of Man to rss toi e Ray hair. A have used the contents of one bottle and my Bald Pate is cot a red at Over with Young hair about the to eighths of an Inch Long which appears Strong Aud healthy and determined to grow. It to a word your cocaine is excellent the Best preparation fur,.the air i have Ever known and the of by one which accomplishes More than it promises yes truly your obliged and Obed to servant. t. Mjg Ewin. Messes. Joseph Barnett k co. Boston. Barnetts cocaine. The following testimonial is conclusive of its Efficacy in the Case of. A a Lois of hair. A a. Boston july 19,185t., misses. Joseph Burnett a co i cannot refuse to state the salutary effect in my own aggravated Case of oar excellent Bair Oil cocaine it for Many months my Imir had Ven Felling off until i was tearful Mosing it entirely Thuc Akin upon Ray head became gradually More and More in filmed so that i could Toach it without pain. This irritated condition i attributed to the use of Vari jus a Iver sed hair w ashes which inv Desince been eld the advice of . To whom you had shown your process of purifying the Oil. I commenced its use the last week in june. The first application allayed the itching and irritation in three or four Days the redness and Tea werners disappeared the hair canned to fell and i have Bow a thick growth of new hair. I Trust that others Learly afflicted will be induced to try the name remedy. Yours very truly Susan r Pope. Barnetts cocaine a single application renders the hair no matter How stiff and dry soft and Glossy for several Day sit Isi conceded by All who have used it to be the Best and cheapest hair dressing in the world. A m a amp a prepared by Joseph Burnett a co. Boston,1 and for Sale by All dealers Goa really at 50 cents a bottle 1 jal4-3m valuable theolog ical and Standard books Bai Toble for presents to ministers 8undaysobool superintendents. Teachers a. A ol8hau3en 8 commft4ry, in six Vole Black doth $2.00 Library sheep. 18 60 half calf antique 20 00 half calf Gilt 18.00 full Turkey antique 26.00. From the Rev. Philip Soham ., professor of the theolog ical summary . Olshausen a commentary on the new testament which is now offered to the american Public in a better form and at a lower Price than the terrain original has taken gets place by the consent of Kur Peao Ani american scholars among the classical works on exegesis Aud commends itself to the attention of the. By Alica stud not. Especially for its original freshness its theological depth. I s spiritual in Cajon. And the Happy faculty of explaining scripture by scripture and of tracing a the individuality As Wall As is the Unity and Harmony of the apostolic teaching. Nkandhr-8 comm Antaky 1 vol. 8vo. Black cloth $175 Library sheep. 2oq. Comprising the first epistle of John the epistle of Pant to the Philipp Tux. And Tepi Steof a Ames of this Book the Rev. Francis want land wrote j Neander was Jerroed in Philo Sophy. And in the history e the Church beyond any Man of his age. Perhaps of any age. Take no now Hia commentary on Johns first Kristl Rathe Best of his works of this character with which l am acquainted. The excellence of this exposition is not at All owing to his marvelous learning but to a be childlike and Loving temper which places him in so delightful Harmony of spirit with the beloved apostle annotated paragraph Bible with valuable crib Leal notes. The old testament cloth $3.00 Library sheep 8.50 Morocco antique. 500 a fel9 Bibl Dan a co., publishers. New York 1ntrre8ting to every Christian. Lindsay a blaki8ton. 1 booksellers and publishers. 25 South sixth Street above Chestnut have just published t historical skkcohb8 of hymns Belr writers and their influence. By the late Rev. Joseph Belcher do author of a William Carey a a. A. 12mo. Price $1.25. This interesting volume embraces sketches of the authors and origins of the various hymns with which we Are acquainted interspersed with entertaining anecdotes and in clients. Also an account of t. The influx be of hymns. On personal and social happiness. A individual person. 1. The Domestic circles. Ministers and congregations and on. A / general society. A it extract from be preface a. A that the subject of this volume in of great interest no Reader will deny one writer has Publ Label important matters relating to it. Is Well known i Botas Burely comparatively let to truly interesting to the mass of Christian readers has As vet been it favourably noticed by the press throughout the country the work will justly have a Large Sale., a a Quot lind8 y a it a Kliron publishers Phila. St copies sent by mail postage paid on receipt of the retail Price j. Ma5-ly n n a o l a y t o a a l. It a. Of the inquirer after truth. A in one handsome i2roo. Volume. Just published by \ Lind sat amp Blakiston. No. 25 South sixth Street above Chest Nuoc. Anna Clayton or the in Uulrey after Thith. By Rev Francis m. Dimmick. I2mo. Price $1 25. This Book presents to the Reader in a pleading and attractive manner the Pedo Baptist View of la holy rite of Bastia my the arguments Eon tamed in it being advanced in the form of an interesting religious tale which is substantially based upon fact. Notices of the press. This Book conducts a sister out of her difficulties who is beset with Baptiste a it will by found full of incidents and very pleasant and profitable to read. It is not a fiction but has All the interest of one a a Banner of the Cross. Here we have a counterpart to w Theodosia Earnest a or. Dimmick presents Tho arguments contained in it to his own sister whose Faith was unsettled and succeeded a from its Stylo it will be read by Many who turn from books of Ordinary n. Christian adv. Ohl Cago Masly Lindsay a blaki8t0n. Publishers. W Ater Alco Flo tobacco. Water As a preservative of health and n remedy for disease. A Complete treatise on fold sea warm hot Vapos Gas and mud Baths Ulvi the use of water generally. By John Bell m a fallow of toe College of physicians Etc., Etc. In one volume. Price $1-25. Alcohol its place and Power. By James Miller. For. S e., professor of surgery in the University of Edin Burgh. Price 60 cents. X never got a patient by water drinking but thousands by Strong quor sly a a or. Bkg out. R this Little volume was prepared by professor Miller at the instance of the scottish Temperance it has already passed though irime Reh editions in Scotland and it is Well deserving of equal fiver in this country. use and abuse. By John liars late professor of surgery to the Royal collage of surgery Eto. Price86cents. Quot j v this Little work la reprinted from the eighth Edinburgh edition in the preface to which the author remarks it is to estimate either the pernicious consequences produced by habitual smoking Vor the number of. \ to victims among All classes old and a alcohol and tobacco. Tor the convenient of Par Chasen the publishers have bound the works of profi. Miller and Litara in one volume 16mo. Price 75 cents copies sent by mail free of postage upon a receipt of retail Price by Lindsay a by amp kit of ptts Licheri 28 Bouth sixth Street phlla., a. Mao la. A. A business notices he Klutt Wil Sodi family sewing machines. 10r 50, a Send foe a Cir Dlab. A 89 these machines which have gained such an in Tia Lile reputation Oxer All other machines on account or 1. Beauty and excellence of stitch Silks on both aides o t the fabric seared.2. Economy of thread. 3. Simplicity and thoroughness of construction. 4. Portability ease of operation and management. 6. Speed \ 6. Quietness of movement. T. Strength firmness and durability of seam that Wil not rip or Ravel. 8. Applicability to a variety of in protes and materials. 9. Compact a and elegance of Model and finish a re now offered. With All the latest improvements and advantages at be cacti prices. By Alex. R. Reed fel9-ly 68 fifth Street Pittsburgh Pic a de n to s t office no-,104 fourth Street Between Wood and Smith sold streets. Of Iob hours. A a from 9. Of clock a.m., to 4 of clock . Des w a o Leowg Sugo Kossor 30 a Nevin Mack own a of druggist. And Mann Factor a of Carbon and Coal oils no. 167 Liberty Street Pittsburgh a. It White Lead window Glare and Glass Ware at cheapest rates. Fes by Pittsburgh water Core b8tab a Lish Mentz located at Hay Arlyle station on the Pittsburgh it. Wayne and Ohl Cago Railroad and Ohio River ten Miles West of the pity. This inti tuntion com Biness Perlor advantages for the successful treatment and Complete cursor disease. We would especially. Invite the attention of females who Hare suffered for years and Hare almost despaired of Erer finding Relief to our still is we can recommend this institution to female Sufler ers with great Confidence As in on Long experience in diseases Peculiar to their sex we Hare Hadan almost uni form Sueyras we will gladly gite any further i ufos Maloi to those who desire it. A address Box 1804, Pittsburgh a �p24-6f. H.freasb.m.d., physicians. Of of motto a t8b a y 1 s g fund a. National safety tru8t company Ghat teed by the state of rules. ,1. Money is received every Day. Ani a any amount Large or Small. 2. Five per ont. Interest is paid for Money from the Day it is put la. 3 the Money is always paid Back in Gold whenever it is called for. And without notice. 4. Money is received from executors administrators. Guardians and others who desire to have it in. A place of perfect safety an d where interest eau be obtained for it-.5, the Money received form depositors is invested in real estate mortgages. Groundrent8 and such other first class securities As the charter directs. .6 office hours every Day from 9 till 6 o clock and on mondays and thursdays till 8 o clock in the evening Hon. Henry a Benner. President Robert 8elfbidge. Vice president William to. Reed. Secretary. Jet office. Walnut Street South West Corner of third Street. Philadelphia. A ja23-l&Quot Eide Oil ah9 leather Stohes. D.kirkpatricka80n8.no.218.third8t-be-t Veen Market and Chestnut streets. Philadelphia have for a ale a a a a a it a a. Dry and 8al1ed Spanish hides dry and Green salted Patna Kips. Tanner Quot Oil Tanner up and carriers tools at the lowest prices. And upon the Best . 43va1l kinds of leather in the rough wanted for a Beh the highest Market Price will he vat it to it amp so of taken m Exchange for hides. Leather stored free of charge and sold on commission. Ja29 la so amp made by Tei Kway us sons Mew Yolk Are beyond All question this Best in the to fold they have the full Iron Frame Are made of the Best reasoned material and possess at least double the tone of those of any other maker ail the greatest performers of the piano. Foreign and american give them them the decided preference Over All Quot i Hacks. In the. Baster Quot titles. From Boston to Kalt mors the Steinway Piai ios Are a the rage Ana Many Are exchanging their instruments for those of that celebrated manufactory. Both forthe instrumental Musie and of vocal As an accompaniment to the voice the Steinway pianos far surpass ail that this country or Europe can produce. They Are warranted for five years. A a a. Klerr a bro., sole Agente for Steinway a pianos for Western Peun Gyl Vania and Eastern Ohio no. 63 fifth Street Pittsburgh next done to masonic Hall. Au136m by ibb Ival of pianos. New scale 6 and 7 octave bickering pianos the subscriber has just received direct from Boston the first Supply of the new shale 614 octave Cill colring pianos to which the1 attention of purchasers is respect Fulty invited these Are to addition to a Superb lot of the seven octave new scale first class pianos received from the manufactory of Chick a ring a sons All of which Are supplied to purchasers at Boston factory a neb. Delivered at Pittsburgh free of the expense of freight or risk and every instrument Warr a Ted. The improvements recently made by Chickering amp sons. In the Ltd 8�?ov�n octave first class pianos have been most inc less Finly applied to their now i octave pianos a class of in Stramento intended to meet the wante of purchasers of moderate Means. The improvement consist sin a Complete change in what is called the rcal8. Being a Radical change throughout the entire pianos All Tho pianos Nowon hand from the same firm without tub improvements announced above will Beso data a discount of ten per cent the Price of the new scale octave pianos will be from $2e0 to $300, and of the 7 octave new scale from $360 to $700, according to the Stylo of exterior. The subscriber has slab the exclusive Agency in this City for the Sale of Mason amp Hamlin a Melodeon and Organ harmonium it Tho Melodeon and Organ harmonium of Moson a Hamlin Are pronounced Superior to Alt others by doctor Lowell Mason by William Mason the celebrated organist of or. Alexanders Church new York by Thalberg. The world renowned pianist by George t. Webb Gustave set and nearly All the distinguished artiste Aud musical celebrities of the country. They have received the fir st prize medals at every exhibition Over All competitors a the prices of. Mason Aud Hamlin s Melodeon and Organ harmonium Are As follows 4u Octavo. Portable Melo ians. ,6 a a a a. A. 6 a double Reed portable. A 6 of piano style Melodeon. 5 a a double Reed Organ harmonium with 4 stops. A a $ 60 76 125 100 160 200 350 400 a a a Quot 8 a and pedals a Liberal discount to wholesale purchasers for Sale Only by John. Mellor. Sole agent for Chickering at sous piano and Mes a to at Hamlin to Melodeon and Organ Harmoniums-f�?z26-Lyno 81 word st. Pitted nigh. I and k l Gray Draper and tailor to 19 fifth Street Pittsburgh. Penn has just returned from tbs Eastern cities and is now receiving his fall and Winter Stock of cloths. Ca is Zieres Vest lug and coatings of every variety Aud Stylo adapted to the bust City and country Trade which will be made up to order with promptness and dispatch Aud at rates As Low As at any other similar establishment in the City a mal9ly 40hn d. My Cord jame8 8 a Ord my Cord so co.,. and Sra Lars in hats Caps and Straw goods wholesale Abd retail 131 Wood Street Pittsburgh have now in hand for Spring Quot alts Kkt Large Aud Complete on assortment of goods As Oan he found in any of the Kast Era cities Bosl sting of fur silk Aad Wool hats of every style and Quality Caps of every Quality and Toel fashions Palm Leaf a a Traw leghorn Aud Panama hats Straw and site bonnets Etc Oto. Persons wishing to Purchase either by wholesale. Or retail will find it to their advantage to Call and examine our Stock. A pm a j a to 4 9f c a w c e $ m a Corner of Liberty and sixth streets Pittsburgh have received their fall and Winter stick of goods tor. A a a a Nch just s Wear comprising the latest importations of clocks Cassimeris vesting �o., which they Are prepared to make to order in a style and at such prices As Cahoot fail to please. Their Stock of. Ready made clothing out and made under their own supervision is got up in a very Superior manner and will be sold at the lowest Cash prices. Mat21y a t. Stock Rios. We wads by Cockfi ids it a wholesale dealers in hts Caps and Straw goods. Flowers Ruches and fancy furs. Nos 29 and 31 North fourth Sirot. Uearl opposite Merchante hotel Phylli Dolphia a fair pr1sbitsh1ah Banner Jasitt jpb�e.3it. Let a a a a la Pahls cd Reckly to tire a la was of Piti Borg hand and la adapted Drc Neath in the. cd neb. / a blues. In advan�o3, tier Ink in clubs of Twenty and upwards Daliy rred in Elthor of , 2.00 a a a i adverti8em�nts in Advance. For tight lines or less Ohe insertion 66 Bents each Salae nent insertion 26 rants. Each additional line Herond eight 3 Cenia for every insert inn. For eight tines Toree months .$3.06. Even additional line 26 cents. A. A for eight lines one year. F16.g0. Each additional line $1 of Abb of two Ilkei $6 Yser and 1 sir each add tonal Lino. Psi Ziebs ten lines or Dollar. Xaoma additional line 10 cents. V a _ practice schools a. Amp a being designed for the peer a diary Benefit of Vadnals. Should be paid for As business notices. A a remit by mail where no Good Opportunity in other fsr at hand. Drafts or notes of the larger de Melua Tioco Ere preferable where they Eon be conveniently obtained. Pastors sending us Twenty subscribe re and upwards will be thereby entitled to a paper without charge. A presbyterian families Are very much dispersed they May be accommodated at the club Price even though a few of the Twenty be wanting. Let All be supplied if possible. The Pooh Wahall favor to our utmost ability. Let the 8utoly1berull,. A tor two dollars paid we Wallsend seventy numbers it for one Dollar thirty three numbers. Thaia forthe Sakol easy remittance. A if pastors in making no clubs find Home persons not ready to pay at once they May yet Sendon the names at Tira club Price on their own responsibility to pay us shortly. It is desirable that clubs Date their subscription periods at the same time. D avid to Kinby it go proprietors. Snub re a sewing machines for family sewing our machines Are vastly Superior to any other. Fragile and delicate Fie Tong machines made to please the Eye merely Are recommended for family Uso they will not answer the purpose. Family sewing machines ought to be stronger than any other As greater variety of work be required and they go into loss skillful hands. Whoever buys one of our machines knows to a certainty it will. Perform the work required. A fall and examine before purchasing. R Straw ap2-ly__32marketstrest, Pittsburgh. A. . And Wisth fsbri068 for a 1830. A a a a a. H. Smith merchant tailor a no 84 Wylie Street a Haa just returned from the Eastern cities., with a w-11 selected Stock of clothe. Oasa Meres. Silk and velvet Plush Vest cos All of which will be of order in the moot approved Attlee of Rea equable terme. J also. Gent s furnishing goods just received for f�1 and1 Winter. H. Smith no. 84 Wylie Street. Male by f Coombs 001.08, i104hsk. Nebs and influenza irritation soreness or any affection of the Throat cubic the hacking cough in a consumption hooping cough . Believed. By browse a bronchial troohb8, or oo99b log a a simple and elegant combination for Coutras or. G. F Boilow Boston. Have proved extremely serviceable for Tuv Rirs in Sqq a Rev. Tenky War Fiji ohm. Quot i recommend their use to Public Rev. Ufi. H. On a pm new York most Hal Mary Rev s. A rip but Morr Etown Ohio. A a beneficial when competed to speak suffering front. Cold. Quot Rev. S. J p. Anderson it Lonis. Effectual in removing hoarseness and irritation of the Throat so common with speakers and prof. M. Stacy Johnson Lagrange a teacher of music 8outbem female College. A a great Benefit when taken before Aud after preaching As it they prevent hoarseness. From their past effect i think they will be of permanent advantage to me n Rev. E. Rowley a. A president Athens of ollege tent $9&Quot sold Hyall druggists at 25 cents per Box. _ also. Blow so a laxative troches or cathartic lozenges for dyspepsia indigestion constipation headache. Billon affections a. Nn19 6m we. H. Kirkpatrick John p. Kirkpatrick i late with Gillespie Seuert Rick it Metzgar. Coi Philadelphia. Of Illiah Kirkpatrick co. Of wholesale grocers forwarding and commission merchant. A. And dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured Artio Leb. A to. 299 Liberty Street opposite head of Southfield Pittsburgh a. Particular attention paid to the Sale of country produce. Ap9�ly e w Tea warehouse. Wholesale and retail. A a. . 114 Smithfield Street Pittsburgh nearly opposite the custom House Haa jut opened a very Choice selection of. Green Anvor Blackt a of to it feb latest importation Quot. Also a a Rio. Lag Ayra and old government Jata coffees new Orleans Cuba. Coffee crushed and Poi Erizea sugars Hice Rice flour Pearl and Corn starch Farina yeast it powders Maccaroni yer Mickila c Coo Broma a a a extra no. 1, and spiced chocolate pare ground Pless Castile. Almond toilet Palm German and Rosin soaps a 8�?Tip. Carbonate of soda Cream tartar extra flue table Palt pure extra is emm and Vanilla Star m pm food a lpns do amp Lea ,,bams a led ref water butter sugar and soda Cracker , Etc a. Or this Stock has been purchased Forcash and Wilt is offered to the Trade and also to families at Petyt Molt or it Erate advances from whom we respectfully solicit a share of patronage v.rjal4-tf Choice Fahily grgcerib8� a r. Fresh fall Stock. Receiving and for Sale at Low Price i wholesale and be tall by v. / John a. Renshaw 251 Liberty Street. The attention of my old friends and the put Ltd generally is invited to a Superior assortment including. A too Hal Ltd bad amp re Green an1> beak aka selected with the greatest care from the latest importation it of the new crop. Also a Large Stock of _ Java Rio mocha lag Arraf oof feb a a a and a general assortment of Fine family groceries Forf tsp Quot spices. Ac., of every description. A catalogues containing a extended list of my Stock fur wished by mail if desired. 1 it a a 49-no charge for cartage. Air a Accident will it . Rren to Ven to very desirable to Hare some cheap and convenient Way for repair id Furini attire. 1038. Crockery a. A a Spalding a pee paced glue Mecum All Sadi emergencies and no household cad afford to be without it. It in his huh of Twidt and up to the sticking Point. There is no Iong or u necessity for limping chairs splintered veneers. Headless dolls and broken cradles. It is just the article for Cone Shell and other Ornain Untal work so popular with Ladisa of refinement and taste. A a to a a Ltd a this admirable preparation used cold held in solution and possessing ail. The valuable qualities of the Best a a Cabinet makers glue. It May be used in the. Place of Ordinary a mucilage. Being vastly More Adlie Sive. A a useful in every House to n. I a a is Rush accompanies each bottle Price 25 Centre wholesale depot. No. 30 Flatt st. New York. Address Henby cts Alding be co.�. Box no. 3,600 new York. Fat up for dealers in. Knees containing four eight and twelve dozens Beautiful a lithographic show can accompanying each package. J9� a single bottle at Spain Ding s prepared Gluff will save ten tunes its Cost annually to every household. Sold by All prominent stationers. Druggists. Hardware Aad furniture dealers. Grocers and fancy stores. Country merchants should make a note of spa a dings pro Parkhil , when making up Thair list. It will stand a climate. De31ljt a a. Schools cheapest Best largest i 35.00 ay8 of it to tip Biff 9i8glb Ato double in try Book a septum in tick commercial arithmetic Aud lectures. B0aitd.�?~8 vyekk9. $20.00 stationary. To tuition $35 entire expenses. $62a r usual Timo to Complete a full coarse from six to ten weeks. Every student non graduating is guaranteed to is competent to manage the Bonks of any business and qualified to earn a salary of from. F 500 to x,000� students enter at any time no vacation review at. Plo Asuro. A first premiums for rout business writing for 1859, received at Pilts Burgh Philadelphia Aud Ohio stat fairs also at the principal Sacirb of the Anton a for the past four years. A f a a a 1 a �9�?o my Nestora sons received at half Prole. A 1 for Ciro liars specimens and embellished View of tha a. College inc lob five letter Stamps to it fe28tf a e w Jan kens. Pm he a nigh. A piers Burgh for Hab coi-1.koe.�? Rev. Pc pets ring a. M. President assisted by a faculty of eleven teacher advantages Are afforded for a thorough academic and collegiate education. Every Effort will be made to secure the happiness and improvement of All who Mav Attao. The collegiate oar begins august31, second 1 Sereion. December 7 Aud the third. March 2l. Tuition varies from $8 to $18 per Ezaion. Sacco Dlug to studies. For further information App y to the president or to professor j. Uni Wilka Pittsburgh. A. Au3 in8titote� Rey. Sanders Dolfi Turndorf Principal and languages. John Sira Sou. professor of mathematics and As Tro Onvy. Samuel Giust. M.d., of Anatomy and physiology. Rev. Jams Aachen Fiirst. Professor of moral and natural philosophy. A it Jathea Yocum. M. D. Lecturer on chemistry. Or Peter 7.thuer. Tutor. A j a or j a. Loye Betger. Tutor in mathematics. Or 2 w Armen Trout. Lecturer on bookkeeping. Tar Benry a Grobe in Rof Csor in music. It a a Tai institution is located m the quiet and healthy vol logs of Hayesville. Ashland co. Chio during the last1 year there were Over two Tiu or d students mate and Kop Malo in attendance to you Kiadii a who fluid a t he course of studies Laid Down in the catalogue. The branches taught Are the following arithmetic higher arithmetic and mental arithmetic geography English a amp Lysis. Orthography Rook keeping algebra. Geometry. Trigonometry and All the higher mathematics. Philosophy. Chemistry astronomy. Botany. Physiology history mental and moral science German a ranch. Spanish. Talun. And the latin and greek authors usually read a al College. For seventy five dollars paid in students Hal receive Good Beard a room furnished with Bedstead table chairs stove and fuel Aad tuition in any of the above braccbesrortwosebbion80fflvb.montbseach Orford forty two dollars and fifty cents paid on the 20th of october next All the above items will be furnished for the i ter session of. Five Mouths. The next session ally open october 27th. 1 a it. Two Sto tents i Wii occupy i the furnish their own bedding. Wal Chiyau. In ally be brought in their 1 trunks. Students Aro admitted at any time a pm instruction is Given on the piano and Melodeon at a moderate charges. Due Utendorf. Principal ally

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