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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner and Advocate (Newspaper) - June 5, 1858, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaThe presbyterian Banner and advocate. Already diminished one half in the number of its attendants. In such an undertaking there can be no permanent co operation Between evangel i Cal christians and unitarians universalist Idemne Genns. A new Yoke. 1 or the present season no great Stringency is anticipated in the Money Market for the Supply promises to be equal to the demand at Low rates the dry goods business is about Over for the Spring and there is but Little speculative movement in any direction. In this great City one is never Safe from the snares Laid for the unwary. A concern has been in existence for some time styled a a Smith s City express Post a which a considerable amount of business but at last the discovery has been that it is altogether unreliable and that letters containing Money or other articles of value never Reno their destination through this Channel. The authorities Are endeavouring to bring the proprietors to receive the Reward of their deeds. Bymum is Aga Ift before the Public having satisfied the claims of creditors and is making arrangements for the importation of a celebrated operatic troupe from Europe at great expense. The ruling passion of former Days has not died out in his bosom he still looks upon the Public of his dupes and is As ready As Ever to profit at their expense and boast of it afterwards As in the Case of the alleged negro nurse of Washington and the Fremont woolly Horae to Gay nothing of Tom thumb and various other enterprises. Commodore Vanderbilt has had his patriotism aroused in behalf of the american steamship Enterprise and has Given notice that be will soon run a weekly line of steamers to Europe to retrieve the Honor of the american Marine abroad. The doings of the British cruisers in the Gulf of Mexico have been the subject of much remark in commercial circles for the last few Days and not a few fiery spirits Are looking Forward to the possibility of a collision with the Mother country As a most desirable consummation. But it is not at ail probable that their expectations will be realised or that they will be called to perform deeds of Noble daring on the tented Field or a on the rolling deep a to avenge the injuries of an insulted Flag. Sex president Monroe died in this City poor and his remains have lain to this Day in the vault of a private family. A a but Virginia has asked permission to carry the Bones of one of her distinguished Bous to her capital that she May Honor them with a fitting Monument. The request has been granted and the removal will soon take place. The Sabbath movement is making decided Progress. This is owing no doubt in great part to the co operation of responsible laymen and the Olty authorities along with the ministrations of the clergy. Indeed the effects of the late revival May have aided greatly in preparing the Way for this work even among those who May still be strangers to the Power of Grace on their hearts. For it cannot be doubted that Many reputable men of the world exhibit More than usual seriousness and that even Many wicked and abandoned have some consciousness of the presence and Power of that god whom they so grievously offend. The trying of the Sabbath newspapers has been stopped and the consequence has been a quiet Sabbath such As has Sot been experienced for Many years. The inebriated Asylum has at last found a location in Binghampton the people of which have donated two Hundred and fifty Aeres of land valued at $25,000 to the object. The Corner Stone of the buildings will be Laid in june. The Dis Russion of the propriety of such an institution awakened great attention throughout the state and much liberality will be expected in putting it into successful operation. But while endeavouring to repair the ruins of drunkenness unceasing efforts Are. To be to remove the cause a More than herculean work. Bishop Mcllvain has been making applications to the benevolent of his denomination for Aid in the Letlon of the new buildings at Kenyon College Ohio. This institution is More prosperous As to students and religious character than at any previous period of its history and consequently its patrons have the greater encouragement to come to its Aid in the time of need. To dose his life in quiet and retirement does not seem to have been appointed for the noted Bev s. It. Cox . The doctorate still clings to him notwithstanding the fact that he styled such titles Semi lunar Kardels by Way of expressing his contempt for them. A few years ago he resigned his pastoral charge in Brooklyn and retired to a picturesque Rural Retreat near Owego n. A called by him a Vesper Cliff a expecting to end his Days in retirement amid the quiet beauties of nature but soon he is at the head of Ingham University Labouring with might and main for its Success. And now he is called to the pastorate of the Spring Street presbyterian Church in this City where he will probably soon Bela Boring in his own characteristic Way As in Days of Dorothe Fulton Street Day prayer meeting is to be continued throughout the year and is now recognized As a permanent institution. The attendance even now is very Large and the results Are cheering. Philadelphia. Warned. By the past the people of this City dread any thing approaching in the smallest degree to a riot. Therefore considerable apprehensions were entertained that an unfortunate collision Between some of the police and a German military company returning from the Celebration of a German festival might Lead to the result so much dreaded. But the promptness and Wisdom of the mayor restored quiet and allayed apprehension. The episcopal convention of the state of Pennsylvania was in session in this City last week. The greater matter of interest before that body Wab the election of an assistant Bishop on account of the extent of the diocese and the impaired health of Bishop Potter. Both parties the High and Low Church were mustered in full strength each anxious to succeed in electing its own candidate. Previous to the election the salary after much discussion was fixed at $3,500 per annul to be raised by an assessment of six per cent to every congregation in the state on the salary paid the pastor of such congregation but in no Case to exceed thirty seven and a half cents to each communicant. The salary of Bishop Potter is $4,000 and travelling expenses paid. From the first the leading candidates were the Rev. Or. Bowman of Lancaster the Choice of the High Church and the Rev. Or. Vinton of Boston the Choice of the Low Church though several others were voted for. At length after sixteen ballots or. Bowman was elected by a majority of a very few votes. The religious interest continues to make most decided advances among the firemen. As Many As eight or ten prayer meetings in As Many engine houses Are maintained among them. An association has , called the Philadelphia ministerial Union to include ministers of All evangelical churches in this City who sign tbs Constitution. The object is the cultivation of fraternal feeling among the members. The meetings will be held on the first tuesday of each month at 10 o clock a. M. And nothing of a Sec tarian or political character is to be introduced. Tho session of each meeting limited to one bit and a half. After a protracted Delate As to the exact meaning of the term a a evangelical Quot it was determined that what is generally known As the apostles Creed should be the basis of Union. Ger Triniy this basis cannot he charged with denominational exclusiveness. Ecclesiastical. Or. Samuel m. Sharp a licentiate of the presbytery of Steubenville was ordained As an evangelist to become a missionary to South America by the presbytery of Steubenville on the 20th ult. In the services of the ordination Rev. Or. Beatty presided proposed the constitutional questions and offered the ordaining prayer Rev. W. S. Flumer ., of the Western theological Seminary by invitation of presbytery preached the Sermon and Bey. H. B. Chapin pastor of the Church delivered the charge to the evangelist. Rev. Samuel Patterson was installed pastor of the congregation of Deersville on the 25th Day of May by a committee of the presbytery of Steubenville. In the installation services or. Herron preached the Sermon and or. Brown proposed the constitutional questions and delivered the charges to the pastor and people. Rev. James w. Allison having engaged to Supply the churches of Areola and Tuscola Coles county Illinois his Post office address will be Areola Illinois. Rev. We. Atkins Post office address is changed from Mcconnellsville Ohio to West Liberty a. Rev. John w. Martins Post office address is changed from Glasgow Ohio to Doe run Chester county a. Or. Sheldon Jackson a graduate of the last class of Price Eton theological Seminary was ordained As an evangelist on the 5th inst., by the presbytery of Albany. Messes. S. Visscher j. W. M. Fan Ham and j. W. Larimore students of the same Seminary were at the same time licensed to preach the gospel. Or. Jackson expects soon to depart for the Field assigned him As a missionary among the Choctaw indians. Or. A. A. E. Taylor was ordained and installed pastor of the Portland Avenue Church Louisville ky., by the presbytery of Louisville on the 6th inst. Rev. Or. Kirkpatrick editor of the Southern Preshy tarian has received a Call from the second Church Mobile Alabama. Or. James m. Chaney was ordained and installed pastor of the churches of st. Thomas and Dover by the presbytery of Lafayette at its late meeting. Or. A. O. Forbes was ordained to the work of the gospel ministry As a missionary to the Sandwich islands by the presbytery of Philadelphia on the 5th ult. Rev. Jeptha Harrison ., having accepted an invitation to Supply the Augusta and Auxvasse churches has removed from Burlington Iowa to Fulton Missouri. Rev. F. Smith was installed pastor of the Church of Richmond ind., on wednesday evening the 5th ult., the presbytery of Whitewater. Rev. T. E. Hughes jr., of the presbytery of Oxford has received and accepted a Call from the Church of Springdale Hamilton county Ohio. Rev. S. Plumley was installed pastor of the first presbyterian Church menu Ohio n. J., on the 28 the of april by a com Mitte of the presbytery of Elizabethtown. Rev. B. B. Stockton desires to he addressed at Jersey City new Jersey. Rev. W. Drake formerly of Marysville Ohio has taken charge of the Church at Muncie ind. Correspondents will please note the change. Rev. W. L. Breckinridge ., has on a count of ill health resigned the pastoral charge of the first presbyterian Church of Louisville by. Messes. F. Pearson and j. A. Walker have been licensed to preach the gospel by the presbytery of South Carolina. Rev James Nichols has removed from Geneseo n. Y., to Rochester n. Y., to take charge of the female Academy there. Messes. T. Killen and t. M. Hughes have been licensed to preach the gospel by the presbytery of Oxford Rev. Miles t. Merwin a Post office address is 519 Wood Street Philadelphia. Rev. H. W Smuller was installed pastor of the Gilead Church Carmel n. Y., on the 5th inst. Rev William Reeds Post office address is changed from Marietta Washington county Ohio to Malta Morgan county Ohio. Rev j. M. Jamee3on�?Ts Post office address is changed from Marengo Illinois to Beloit Wisconsin. Rev. Fred. Monod of Paris France has conferred on him by Washington College ph., the degree of D. Rev Alexander Rentoul of Manor Cunningham Strabane Ireland has had conferred on him by Washington College pa., the degree of D. Rev. W. Moo Lusky a Post office address is changed from Cascade Dubuque county Iowa to Camden Tarrou county Indiana. Messes. Alexander Scott and John s. Gilmer students of Princeton theological Seminary were licensed to preach the gospel by the second presbytery of Philadelphia on the 14th ult. Rev. B. Stewart has received a Call from the Church of Oxford Ohio. Prof. Charles Elliott of Miami University has been ordained by the presbytery of Oxford. For the presbyterian Banner and adv Cate. Testimony of respect. At a special meeting of the members of transit Lodge no. 626 i. O. Of F. Of Pennsylvania the following proceedings were enacted relative to the death of Lafayette Morris _ whereas it has pleased god in his mysterious Providence to remove from us by protracted illness our dearly beloved p. G., Lafayette Morris therefore resolved that in this dispensation of Providence we recognize the hand of him that doth All things Well and though in his death we have lost a True Friend yet while we mourn his loss we1 believe his change is for a better world where parting is known no More. Resolved that our sympathies be extended to the widow of our departed brother. Resolved that As a Mark of respect we All attend hib funeral and Wear the customary badge of mourning thirty Days. Resolved that a copy of these proceedings be sent to the family of our deceased brother and printed in the Greensburg Herald Pennsylvania Argus and presbyterian Banner and advocate. John s. Morry i a it ,. Jomah Hab by committee. W. P. Hunks j Murrysville May 15, 1858. For the presbyterian Banner and advocate. A pastoral relation dissolved. On tuesday May 25th, a special meeting of the new Lisbon presbytery was held in yellow Creek Church. Joseph m Thompson esq., from Doe run congregation appeared bearing from that congregation a unanimous Call for the pastoral services of Rev. John w. Martin pastor of the former Church. Parties were heard the pastoral relation was dissolved and or. Martin dismissed with credentials to join the Newcastle presbytery. His address is therefore changed from Glasgow Ohio to Doe run Chester county a. Glasgow 0may 27, 1858. A the general Assembly of 1858. Elk Venth and last Date tuesday May is. The Assembly was opened with prayer by the Moderator. The minutes of the previous Day were read and approved. The order of the Day to wit the proposed establishment of a Board of missions in new Orleans was taken of. Or. Palmer spoke fore by and at length in favor of the project. Or. Mrs grave Opp Raed it on grounds of scandal inability. An amendatory Resolution for inquiring into and reporting upon the ways and Means of increasing the efficiency of missions on our country a front lets was offered. The Resolution was adopted As an amendment and then on motion the Tho be matter was referred to the next general Assembly. The Appeal of the presbytery of Kos Kasota against a decision of the Synod of Illinois was then taken up. Or. Baird moved that the Appeal be dismissed and it was carried. A vote of thanks was adopted to Bev. R. A. Delaney and the committee of arrangements for their indefatigable labors in securing return tickets for members. Or. Breckinridge moved a vote of thanks to Tho citizens of new Orleans in general for their exceeding lieu dams and hospitality. Or. Palmer replied on behalf of the citizens in a few Brief and glowing wards that the citizens had looked Forward to this Assembly with extraordinary anticipations of pleasure and that they have not been disappointed he said from every family altar prayers and blessings win follow the members to their Homes. Or. Breckinridge moved a vote of thanks to the mayor of the City for securing the quiet of the Assembly. Or. Breckinridge moved a vote of thanks to the Public press a a the greatest Power in the world Quot a for their extraordinary Courtesy and Justice. He said i have already avowed my terror of types Lampblack and Sweet Oil and i must say we owe them More than can he expressed for reporting As on speeches better things than we said and suppressing Many things which we ought not to have said. Judicial Case no. 1, was then taken up referring to the Rev. Geo. H. Thatcher. The recommendation of the judicial committee that the Case he dismissed was adopted. Overture no. 20, from the minutes of Tho last Assembly requesting action of the Assembly in reference to the management of property and referred from that Assembly to the present was then taken up and was sent Down to the presbyteries with instr nations to Send up their opinions to the next As Rombly. The report of the Synod of Philadelphia ordering revision of the action in several particulars was read and adopted. On motion the Bills and overtures were taken up in their order. Overture no. 11, in regard to changing the members of certain presbyteries resulted in creating the presbytery of Omaha and the Synod of Nebraska. Overture no. 13, in reference to the Demission of the ministerial office. A minute was sent Down to the presbyteries for them to answer whether the office is not perpetual Nile so the minister is deposed. Overture no. 15, a memorial from or. We m. Awl recommended that the next fourth of july which occurs on the Sabbath be observed As a concert of Universal prayer beginning at 10 o clock ., precisely by Cincinnati time and continuing one hour. United prayer on that Day was recommended. Overture no. 17, a petition from certain presbyteries in Alabama asking that their synodical relations be changed was granted. Or. Morris from the special committee of last night reported a minute for the expression of the opinion of the Assembly on the Appeal of or. Finley. After borne discussion it was Laid on the table and a substitute by or. Palmer was introduced. This was likewise Laid on the table together with a great variety of substitutes amendments and motions. Finally the substitute of or. Palmer was taken up and adopted by 84 yeas to 47 nays. Or. Hyner gave notice of a protest against the action in the Appeal of the presbytery of Kas Kaskia from the Synod of Illinois. At a later stage of the proceedings he declined to furnish a written protest hut asked that it be recorded in the minutes that he entered his protest to the judgment of the Assembly without entering into hit reasons for so . Adams asked leave to join in the protest with or. Hynes. Messes. Tee Bedinger and Smylie read a protest dissenting from the judgment of the Assembly in the matter of too Appeal of Robert s. Finley. Both protests were ordered to be placed on the minutes of the Assembly. On motion of or. Junkin it was resolved that this general Assembly be now dissolved and that another general Assembly of the presbyterian Church be called to meet at Indianapolis in the state of Indiana on the third thursday of a Bay 1859, at ii of clock a. M. The Moderator said beloved Brethren it was with deep humility and self distrust that i took upon me this honorable and most laborious office. I came Here from the most Distant West to meet others from the North the East and the South now the hour for parting has come. We will once More lift no our voices in a hymn of Praise we will approach the throne of Grace and then separate and go to our Distant Homes and to our several Fields of Labory some to the mountains some to the valleys and some to the places beyond the seas. Wherever we May go we shall carry with us the grateful rom embrace of this he embed re Union and whether we May make our sepulchre on the Mountain tops in the smiling Garden on the desolate path or in the beam of the Ocean we part with the Hope of a blessed meeting at the last in mansions prepared by our Saviour in my fathers House. If in presiding Over your deliberations i have wounded or done injustice to any brother i beg him to forgive me. I thank god for the presence of so Many in this House whose 1 Ray hair have Given dignity to our assemblage and pledges hat All should be done with a serious desire to Advance the kingdom of Christ. Bear with me while i say that wherever we go we should remember always that we Are representative men. We shall never All meet again. So let As that we May let our Light so Shine before men and glorify on father in heaven. The Assembly then All Rose and Sung the hymn 342 a a blessed be the tie that binds on hearts in Christian love a together with the doxology which was followed by prayer by the Moderator and the apostolic Benediction. The session terminated precisely at 2j� of clock. Explanation from great Britain As will prevent their recurrence and that the action of the executive be approved and such future legislation granted As circumstances May require. The Ocean mail appropriation Bill was passed on the 28th ult., by the House. The Bill appropriates for the service one and a half million dollars and the vote upon its passage was 102 to 81. The appropriation Bill was also passed by precisely the same vote. The Bill contains appropriations to the amount of sixteen millions five Hundred thousand dollars. Both branches of Congress have agreed to the item in one of the appropriation Bills granting $10,000 for carrying into effect the of admission of Kansas into the Union. Or. W. Wolcott who has figured so Inglodi Only in the recent Tariff investigation failed to appear in the criminal court Here. His recognizance which wan Only a thousand dollars was forfeited. The postponement of the land sales in Kansas till the 1st and 16th of november next has been officially announced. Kansas st. Louis May 28.�?-the Jefferson City to correspondent of the Republican states that a petition had been received by governor Stewart from a number of citizens of Bates and Cass counties Missouri asking that measures be taken for their Protection against Montgomery a , who had invaded Missouri committed various robberies and outrages in the above named counties and were preparing for a More extensive foray into the state. The Leavenworth correspondent of the same paper says that Montgomery a men Burnt the town of Butler in Kansas on the night of the 21st inst. 15th of april by Gen. Lugard with but a trifling loss. Brigadier Seaton Defeated the rebels near fut to Ehgurs killing and wounding three Hundred and capturing guns and ammunition. A body of rebels in malt poor mountains were also Defeated. A Large body of rebels had also been Defeated la san pore Hills and five Hundred captured. The British loss was severe including five officers. Gen. Rose delayed Advance upon Calpe in consequence of the threatened demonstration of the rebels upon Jhansi. Vienna a dispatch says the montenegrin beat the turks near Grahovak and nearly annihilated their whole Force killing commander Kiamil Pacha and capturing All their guns. The montenegrin lost two Hundred killed and wounded. The turks numbered seven thousand Strong and the montenegrin five thousand. The London times says a Rumor prevails in political circles concerning the intentions of France toward Belgium. For the presbyterian Banner and Advie amp the. Report of j. D. Williams treasurer of the boards or Domestic missions education publication Church Extension and fund for superannuated ministers and their families for mat 1858. Domestic missions. Stood of Pittsburgh to amp to p by Mansfield Ana Pisgah com Robes $15.00. Resume p by boned Hiji cd 26.15 Sewickley cd 20-00. Saltsburg p by Warren Chin part 6.00 Pine run cd 13.00. Clarion p by Brooks Villa cd. 15.07. ,. A Synod of ply Sturge Onville cd. 6.00. Synod of Lisbon pm by Hanover cd 325. Steubenville p by two ridges cd 50.00 Richmond 8.00. St. Blairsville Jpn by Birmingham of 6.07. Synod of Wooster by Green cd 5 03 mat shall vile cd 978 Wayne cd 475 Congress cd .50, Richland p by Martinsburg cd 20.75 it. Pleasant cd 6.25, Fredericktown 13.25. Synod of Wayne p by Bluff ton cd 8.25. Cowan dec a legacy in part per Jacob alter or 22.50 mrs. Margaret Hamilton. Monoa Ushela City pa., 5,00. Education. A Synod of p by Mansfield and Pisgah ebs 15.00 Pittsburgh 1st cd 257.31 Gen tie cd male benevolent society 12.25. Blairs Vule p by Murray Ivlue cd. 16 91. Redstone p by Long run cd 48.0s. Sates buro p by Glade run cd 10.00. Synod of p by slate lick cd 27.88 Freeport cd 19.27 Clintonville cd 8.92 North Butler cd 4.07 Ebenezer cd 2.01 Westminster cd 17.00. Beaver p by Pulaski cd 4.68 web Middlesex cd 10 00. Synod of Lisbon p by Madison cd 5.00. Washington p by lower ten mile cd 17.50 Forks of Wheeling 24.00. Steubenville p by badge cd 10.00, st. Blairsville p by Morristown cd 8.00 Fairview cd 6.00. Synod of Ohio a Wooster p by a Congress cd 13.46 Jak son cd 10.00 sugar Creek cd balance to constitute Rev. A Hanna. Hon. Mem., 26.09 Coshocton p by Unity cd 16.50 Richland r by Sandusky City cd. I200. Zanesville. P by Zanesville 1st cd 12.00 Buffalo cd 27.00. Marion p by it. Gilead cd 2.00 Marseilles cd 5.50, Milford Centre 3.00. Miscellaneous a John Cowan dec a legacy in part per Jacob alter exp a 22.50. Publication. Synod of Allegheny a Erie p by Georgetown cd 9.00 Fairfield cd 8.00. Allegheny City p by Sharpsburg cd 3964. Allegheny p by Concord cd 7.00 pleasant Valier cd 5.50. Synod of Wheeling Washington p by lower to a mile cd 2.00. Synod of p by canal Pulton 6.00 Chippewa cd 3.17. Richland p by Savannah cd 3.73, Ashland he in part 20.05. Zanesville p by Newark cd 9.00. Church Extension. Synod of Wheeling Washington p by lower ten mile he 2 00. Steubenville p by new 1.00 Synod of p by can to a off a a ,7.71 Chippewa cd 6 co Wooster cd 44 00/�?~-r or superannuated ministers fund. Synod of Pittsburg by Unity cd 40.00. Synod of Wheeling a Steuben vice p by new Wacera town cd 1.00. T. To a totals Domestic missions $284.60 education $868.28 publication $93.09 Church Extension �59.71 superannuated ministers1 fund $41 top. Bee. At Pittsburgh pa., May 31,1858. A Smithfield Street. Washington. The recent aggressions upon american vessels on alleged suspicion of being engaged in the slave Trade have excited great attention among men of All parties. The report of the committee on foreign relations in the Senate concerning this matter takes High ground. The committee say that instead of accepting a simple disclaimer of intent As hitherto we should adopt such measures As will effectually put an end to the outrages forever. They offer resolutions declaring that american ships under on Flag remain under our jurisdiction and that any molestation or visitation of them is an infraction of our sovereignty that these aggressions demand such unequivocal California. _ new York May 29.�?advioes from facies River confirm the recent accounts of the extraordinary Richness of the Gold mines there and the _ tremendous Rush from All parts of the British possessions toward the Gold regions. The mines extend Over a great expanse of country and reach across the line Tinto american territory. A Steamer loaded with diggers sailed from 8an Francisco for Cape Lucas lower California where she had recovered the specie buried there by the Captain of the Brig Cornelian when he scuttled that vessel. Advices from Guatemala state that the cholera was raging with great violence in various parts of the Republic. Advices from Nicaragua state that m. Belly the French agent was negotiating for the transit route for which he says 60,000,000 francs Are already subscribed in France. A British Steamer at Grey town reports that on the 25th of april col. Kinney an attempt to capture Gre town he having hauled Down the Mosquito and hoisted the Nicaragua Flag and taken the mayor prisoner. The citizens flew to and Alse appealed to capt. Kennedy of the Jamestown for assistance. The assistance was granted and fire cutters filled with marines left the Jamestown for the Shore Kinney and his party finally surrendered to capt. Kennedy and were sent to Aspinwall in a British Steamer. a a a Good article at a fair Price a and a a terms strictly Cash a Are the Means by which the business of j. L. Carnaghan Allegheny City has risen to its present magnitude. Those who Are buying either menus or boys clothing May find it their interest to examine his Stock and prices. �aj>vekti3exent. J a ministers testimony Hook storm Beaver co., fa., feb. 6th, 1857. We prefer buying Beer have a Holland bitters for Cash to save the discount. Hope to Send you soon a recommendation from our minister testifying to its curative Powers. Sighed Moody amp Cabot hers. Indigestion. Darnestown Montgomery co., Maryland january 81st, 1867. I never Felt the Benefit of any Medicine so much As from the bottle of Boerhave a Holland bitters i purchased last fall. I wish to know where i can get it without fear of imposition. Signed Joseph c. Dehetta. From a druggist. Apollo Armstrong co., pa., Dee. 15,1856. Messes. B. Page or. A co a dear purchased one dozen of your Beer have a Holland bitters from your travelling agent which has Given great satisfaction in this Section. Send me another dozen for which i enclose the Money. W. Bovard caution a be careful to ask for Bee have s Holland bitters. Sold at $1.00 per bottle or six bottles for $5.00, by the sole proprietors Benjamin Page jr., amp co., Pittsburgh and druggists . A ladies and gentlemen. We would Call your attention to Tho advertisement of prof. O. Wood a hair restorative which appears in the columns of our present number. From on Long acquaintance with the proprietor and with numerous individuals who have used his preparation with perfect Success for the last two years we feel no hesitation in recommending the article a Superior to any other preparations now in use for the same purpose Viz. For restoring Gray hair to its original color a sure and perfect cure for baldness and a. Never failing preventive for the falling of the hair. 1 it is decidedly the Best and most popular in use for beautifying preserving restoring and strengthening the hair relieving diseases of the skin and removing Serff Dandruff and ail eruptions and feverish heat from the Scalp we speak in relation to the above from what we know having been personally acquainted with numerous persons who have used the restorative for the above purposes with the most Gratifying results. It is not often we notice a Patent Medicine indeed we think we have Neer puffed one before but prof. Woods hair restorative is something so Superior to most of the preparations of the Day that we cannot forbear asking the attention of our readers to. vindicator. Sold by. Go. H. Kysek no. 140 Wood Street Pittsburgh a. And by All druggists. It Lites. Second presbyterian congregation will meet regularly hereafter on the Sabbath Abr Public worship at 30 4 of clock ., in masonic Hall fifth Street and at 3 a of clock p. A in the first presbyterian Church eve. Or. Paxton a my29-2t Presb Yterdal. The presbytery of Allegheny pity will meat at crime roads on the third tuesday of june at 12 of clock a James Allison stated clerk. The presbytery of Huntingdon stands adjourned to meet in the Tyrone presbyterian Church on the third tuesday the 16th, of june at 10 of clock a. M. Robert Hamill stated clerk. The presbytery of Blairsville stands adjourned to meet at Donegal on the third tuesday of june at 2 of clock . James Davis stated clerk. The presbytery of st. Blairsville will meet in the Church of Concord on the second tuesday of Jane at h of clock a. M. John Moffat stated Dork. The presbytery of Steubenville will meet agreeably to adjournment in the Church of still Fork on the fourth tuesday 22d Day of june at 10 of clock a. M. Robert Herron stated clerk. The presbytery of Clarion stands adjourned to me in Richland the third tuesday of Jane next at 11 of clock a. M. D. My Oay stated clerk. A the presbytery of Beaver will meet at Tittle Beaver on the third tuesday of june next at 11 of clock . Reed stated clerk the presbytery of Ohio will meet in the Central Church Pittsburgh on the second tuesday of june at 2 of clock p. M. W. B. Mcilvaine stated clerk. The presbytery of new Lisbon stands adjourned to meet in the Church of Liberty on the second tuesday of june at 12 of clock m. Robt. Dickson 8 c. Arriest. On wednesday evening May 28th, by Rev. D. Henry Barron or. A Szata m. Cotor of Brownsville pa., to miss carib Wilson of new Stanton Westmoreland co., a on the 0th of May by Rev. P. Hassinger at the House of the brides father or. We Hassinger of st Louie or. Wilt re h. Hipply to miss a Oujo j. Hassi Nguk both of Philadelphia a. On thursday the 20th inst by Rev. A Patterson ., or. Irwim Kritchman to miss is Sra Flek to Mabo and daughter of or. James match and of Westmoreland co., a. In Milford a at the residence of the brides Mother on monday morning May 17th, by Rev. H. Hayter or. N. W. Cox Omko of Virginia son of Rev. N. S. Tinkling of the presbyterian Church to miss Sallie Mason Burleigh of the former place. Markets. A Apar Buron tuesday Jonnel. A Hess pearls pots a Sld. Soda Ash sua4c. Apply so Choice s.0u�4.00 per bbl. A but web and to Oak Batter is retailing in Market at 12jalb per Obj Choice in bbl and boxes at 11@12. Bags Bacone country is Selling at 6% for shoulders 1\i for sides and 8j4 for bams. City cured 7 for shoulders 9 for sides and 9% for hams sugar cured la Hsy Uit beaks Small White 75al.00 per bus. Chebsz�?8@8 a. Dried fruit apples $1.25. Peaches 8.75. Dried beep�?11@12 pc. By Tierce. Fsa�bebs�?46a60c. Feed�?40as0c. For bran shorts Seipt Tuffe and middling. Flour from first hands Sopor Fine $3-25@3.40 extra 7s@3.b0. From store superfine �3.82 extra s4.ooia4.12. And extra family. $440@4,50. A it w a a a a it Grain Oats 27o Corn 43�48o. Rye 48c. Wheat 70�80o. For Pennsylvania and 75@65c. For Southern. Hominy�?�4.00 per Btl. Hay�?tl000@14 00perton.lard country 10@10j� City 11c. Lubbers common �9.50al0.00, and Clear �20.00 per m. Mess to Bxs country packed �17.00 and City do., $17.60� 18.00. Ona no. 1 lard. 85e. Linseed 70c. Potatoes red 280 mixed 30c, and Neshannock 35c, the steamship ammonia from Hamburg and Southampton at new York and the Indian from Liverpool at Quebec bring some news of importance. We give a Brief summary the parliamentary proceedings unimportant. The debate on the Indian Bill had been adjourned till the 18th. Telegraphic dispatches of later news had been received. A Gullier had been relieved and the rebels Defeated near Kutteh Gerh with great loss. The wheels were also Defeated with a loss of five Hundred prisoners. The British Iosub was seventy. Telegraphic dispatches from Bombay received at Malta state that Azih Hur was relieved on the died at his late residence peach Bottom York county pa., on the 26th of april or. Allen Miller in the 74th year of his age. Did a at the residence of her father Chance Ford York county pa., on the 20th of May my so a Zemiah Kelly youngest daughter of or. Hugh Bigham in the 26th year of her age. Died on the 29th of april near Concord Franklin county pa., mrs. Manga but. Wife of or. Samuel a. Junkin aged 20 years 3 months and 19 Days. Died on the 27th of april at the residence of her brother or. Robert Peterson near Shade Gap mrs. A. Devor of the Vicinity of Burnt Cabins and late of path Valley pa., aged 62 years and 5 Days. Died on the 2d of May in lost Creek Valley major William Sharon a ruling elder in the presbyterian Church of Mifflintown and lost Creek. A he was a Man very amiable useful and respected in All the relations of life faithful and conscientious in the performance of its duties though his death be a great loss to his family to the Community and to the Church yet we doubt not it was unspeakable gain to himself. versa Ioa becoming the gospel of Christ is the Best evidence of Faith in Christ. . Died near Connelsville april 22d, or. John m. Coup aged about 50 years. Or. Was a native of German whence he removed in 1833, arriving in Baltimore june 2d of the same year. His first location in the land of his adoption was in the Region in which he spent his last Days where he married in 1836. From being a roman Catholic he United with the methodist protestant Church in 1838, and after a few years transferred his relations to the presbyterian Church in whose communion he died. He was a Man of real Worth. Prudent of keen discernment and of a cast of mind readily adapting itself to the habits of thought of his adopted Home his views were regarded with a respect not often paid to one occupying a similar position. His religious feelings were his greatest satisfaction and surviving friends can cherish the Hope that to him death has been gain. Died at her residence in Wells county in Diana on the 3d of May mrs. Elizabeth wife of John Johnston aged 47 years. Mrs. Johnston was born in Stark county Ohio where in Early life she espoused the cause of Christ. Having removed with her husband and family to this county in its first settlement she was one of the first members of the first presbyterian Church in this county and since its formation a consistent and faithful member of the new Lancaster Church. She was eminent for her hospitality and untiring in her efforts to minister to the wants of the afflicted. . Dieon in Black Hawk county Iowa of dropsy of the brain May 1st, 1858, Martha Evline daughter of or. A And Eleanor a. Shannon aged 5 years 7 months and 26 Days. Mattie was a Sweet child the favorite of her relatives and companions and beloved of her parents. Her sufferings were extreme she had Nineteen convulsions in a single Day and was cold As cloy except in the Region of the heart for forty eight hours before she ceased to breathe. Then she was plucked As a Flower from the Garden of the beloved to be transplanted in a heavenly clime to Bloom in a glorious immortality. The Saviour gathered his Lamb with his and now carries it in his bosom. . Died suddenly of disease of the heart on Sabbath morning the 9th iust., while preparing for Church at her residence in Montgomery co., md., mrs Charlotte l. Thompson wife of or. Joseph Thompson and daughter of the late f. A. Tschiffely esq., of Washington City C., aged 85 leaves a Large and interesting family of children a fond husband and Nany warm friends to mourn her sudden and unexpected death. A it is the lord a however a a let him do what see meth him May god bless this sudden and sad affliction to the eternal Good of the bereaved husband of the dear Motherless children and of the Little presbyterian Church of Darnestown of which she was a most devoted and Active member. A a watch be therefore for be know not when the master of the House cometh at even or at Midnight or at the cock crowing or in the morning lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping. And what i say unto you i say unto All watch Btu. A . Died at her residence in Sharpsburg on the 8th of april last in the 61st year of her age mrs. Olivia b., wife of or. V. B. My Gahan. A for Many years she was a member of the Church of Christ and lived As an Humble and exemplary Follower of Jesus. Her health was for the most part feeble and she was often called to Bear affliction at the hand of the lord yet she was patient and submissive. Her end was unexpected yet she was ready. She leaves behind her for the Consolation of her friends the cheering Hope that a a All is her Earnest prayers for her children Are treasured up and we Trust will be speedily answered in their conversion to god. Died on the morning of the 12th inst mrs. Sarah Parry wife of c. O Parry ., and daughter of or. John and Eliza Dalzell in the 27th year of her nge. The deceased Lay for near ton months in extreme weakness and suffering in body yet Ever Calm and often even cheerful in spirit in Prospect of her departure to that clime where the inhabitants never say they Are sick and where All tears Are wiped from All under the Happy influence of a Christian Home from a child she grew no in the knowledge of the scriptures and to All human appearance in the fear of god and in the love of the Saviour. Through life and in All her sickness she Ever seemed to realize that whilst for her to live would be Christ yet to die would be great gain. In the wonderful goodness and mercy of the divine Redeener scarce a Cloud was Ever permitted to obstruct her spiritual vision and to use her own language a a perfectly Happy a she waited patiently until her change came a a blessed Are the dead which die in the lord a amp a. .m. Died of consumption on wednesday evening May 19th, in so Heinsburg Bedford co., pa., mrs. Mary Clark wife of or. John Ciatyk aged 63 years and 9 months. The deceased was delicate in health for Many years and for the most part of toe last twelve months was confined to her room. She bore her sufferings with Christian meekness and when death came she peacefully yielded her spirit to that Saviour the lord Jesus Christ whom she loved and in whose merits alone she tras Ted and in whose service she had been faithful for Many years. Mrs. Clark was the Mother of ten Chil Deen of whom one is dead another is pursuing his studies in Washington College two Are plead ing Law in Iowa City Iowa two Are Eldera in the presbyterian of Huron one in Ebensburg a and the other in Schellsburg a. Two Are ministers of the gospel in the presbyterian Church one in Altoona pa., and the other in Landisburg a. Two Are daughters and both living in Schellsburg of whom the older is the wife or or. Ealy and walking in the Steps of her Mother the other is at Home with her father and devotedly engaged in the service of Christ. Drohr and hakka a celebrated family sewing machines 495 Broadway new York 730 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. 45?� these Ere now justly admitted to be the bestial ase for family bowing making anew Strong and elastic stitch which will not rip Eren if every fourth stitch be Cut. Circulars seat a application by letter. A Liberal discount to clergymen with &m111 i. Apsoly. Advertisements or e w books just Smith English d co., booksellers and import ions no. 40 North sixth Street Philadelphia. Yol. 7 and 8 Stier a words of the a it Ord Jesus completing the work. A one of the most precious books for the spiritual interpretation of the gospels abcs Deacon Ham. A Cdr. Stier Briaga to the exposition of our lords die courses bound learning a Xigoros understanding and a Quick discernment but what is better he brings also a devout min it and a habit of thought spiritual and deferential to the . Yol. 4 of the translation of bengals Gnomon of the new testament. Also a fresh Supply of the 1st and 2d volumes. Footers lectures on the gospel of Luke. Third edition 2 Vola. At it uly valuable exposition. Hackett a commentary on the acts. A new edition Ra-7ied and enlarged. Beides collected writings with Hamiltons notes and dissertations. Filth edition. Constantly on hand a Large assortment of Standard and rare theological works for sate at Low prices. A Complete catalogue furnished upon application. Mv51v permanent offi Ofiu with the Earnest request of hundreds of their patients lbs. M. Pitch and j. W. 8yke9. A. A have concluded to remain. Perman Bostl t in Pitt so us <7jt. And May be consulted at their office. So. 191 Penn Street. Opposite she st. Cla3r a qts. Dally except sundays for consumption. Asthma. Bronchitis and All other chronic complaint Quot complicated with or causing pulmonary disease including Calt Tarrh heart disease affections of the liver. Dyspepsia. Gastritis female complaints Etc. Lbs. Pitch a Sykes would state that their treatment of Conga option is based upon the fact that the disease exist in the blood and system at targe both before and daring its development in the lungs and they therefore employ mechanical hygienic and medicinal remedies to purify the blood and strengthen the system. With these they use medicinal inhalations which they value highly but Only As palliative having no curative effect when used alone and invalids Are earnestly cautioned against wasting the precious time of durability on any treatment based non the plausible but false idea that tire a a seat of the disease can be reached in a direct manner by inhalation a for As before stated the seat of the disease is in the blood and its effects Only in the lungs. A 46i�?o no charge for consultation. A list of questions will be sent to those wishing to com suit us by letter. Ju5tf n and enlarged edition. I. The old Reo Sandstone a a Ltd or a new walks in an old Field. To which b appended a series of geological Papen read before the Royal physical society of Edinburgh by Hugh Miller Luj author of a a footprints of the creator a to. A new improved and enlarged edition. 12mo. Cloth. £l25. The new matter in the edition consists of about one Hundred pages on Tho following subjects geological evidences in favor of revealed religion on the ancient Gray Wache rocks o Scotland on the Rod Sandstone Marble and Quartz deposits of assent on the corals of the Oolitic system of Scotland on the Fossum Strous Dep sits of Scotland. The volume embraces also four additional plates several new outs and an appendix of new notes. New in. Cravings of the previous illustration have also been . A this admirable work evinces Talent of the highest order a deep and healthful moral feeling a perfect command of the finest language and a Beautiful Anion of philosophy and Benj. Sullman ,. A our. Hillerts work to a beginner is Worth a thousand didactic Roderick Murchison. A a altogether possessing for a rational wader an interest Superior to that of a Fye Smith . A i know not a More fascinating volume in any Branch of British , a. Mantell.., new editions of the Anthorn a other works vis schools and schoolmasters a a a footprints of the creator a a a testimony of the rocks a and a a first impressions of England a May now he hid either separately or in Ilni farm site. Ii. Or Little ones in heaven. Edited by the author of a a the Aimwell stories a Etc., Etc. 18mo. Cloth. 50 cents. This Little volume contains a Choice collection of Pieora in Veise and prose on the death and future happiness of Young children. Among the authors of the pieces Are Longfellow Wordsworth Ben Jonson James Russel Lowell my. Sigourney Tennyson Bryant Saxe the. Bayly Whittier Nehemiah Adams sir William Temple Jeremy Taylor Sprague sent id Massey M. Moir mrs. Southey. H. Of Gould. Or. Watts or. M. Mason. Willis Pierpont French Stoddard mrs. Stowe Robert Burns ac., a an Introne tory article from the pen of or. Camping of London presents a general View of arguments on which the protestant Church rests the doctrine of infant salvation. Iii. Truths for the times. By Nehemiah Adams . Nun Bronz. Reasonableness of future endless punish. Mint. Nuke bar two. Instantaneous conversion and its Conner. Ion with piety. Nam her to brr. Justification and its consequences. Price 10 cents each. I pr08p Botus a 41 presbyterian Banner a42> Fob Cate. The big mar is published weekly a the cities of re Burgh Tud Philadelphia and is adapted to general circular ice in the presbyterian Church. Terns a in Advance to it a pet Yew in clubs of Twenty and upwards 1.26 a a a a delivered in either of the cities 1.76 Quot a a advertisements in Advance. For eight lines or less one insertion 0 cents each Suh sequent insertion 26 cents. Each additional line Beyon i eight 3 cents lor every insertion. For eight lines three months �3.00. Each additional line 26 cents. For eight lines. One year �10.00. Each additional line �1, cards of two lines $6 a year and $1 for each add Morral line. By Binsse ten lines or less one Dollar. Each additional line s cents 43 communications recommend tory of inventions me Dice practice schools a ac., being designed for the it eur diary Benefit of individuals should be paid Jar As Baa Mesa notices. Bun by mail where no Good Opportunity is at hand. Drafts or notes of the larger denominations at preferable where they can be conveniently obtained. Pastors bending us Twenty subscribers and upward a will he thereby entitled to a paper without charge. presbyterian families Are very Neh dispersed they May he accommodated at the club Price even though a of the Twenty be wanting. Let All fee supplied if posse ble. The Pool we shall favor to our Nemo Stanulty. Let the Supply be run but every paper paid . For two dollars paid we will Send seventy numbers of for of Dollar thirty three numbers. o easy remittance. If pastors in. Making no Elbs find some Persona not ready to at onto they May yet Send on the names at the club ,0n their own responsibility to us shortly. It is desirable that clubs Date their subscription periods at the same time. David Mckinnet proprietor. Sunny 81dk Institute Newburg founders of this institution have secured the services of mrs. Caroline l. Williams widow of the late Rev. L. W. Williams and it win be opened for the reception of Young ladies on the first monday Viz., 3d, of May. It is the design of the principal and Friend of this institution to make it All that could be desired in a firs class Seminary for the practical and thorough training of Young ladies. To this end they have secured a Large Brick House tor a Boardinghouse and will have a Large school room completely famished. The summer session will commence on the Flat monday of May and Contin be Twenty one weeks. Pupils from a distance Are expected to Board with the principal who will Endeavor to make her Honse a Home tor them rather than a boarding Bonae. Newburg is a pleasant Rural Village six Miles from Blip pens org from which place a Hack supplies it with a Dally mail. Fare from the Railroad at Shupp Ensberg to Newburg Only Twenty five cents. Mrs. Williams the principal of this institution is a practical teacher of much experience in All the branches usually taught in on Best seminaries and comes very highly recommended both As a skillful teacher and an accomplished lady. All the branches Sauil in on Best seminaries will to taught and boarding furnished on very reasonable terms. For further information apply to mrs. O. L. Williams at Newburg alter the first of april or to Rev. I. N. Hays. Apio of Shupp Ensberg. married All with a capital of from twelve to Twenty four Hundred Dallare competent to take the entire management and control of an established female Day and boarding school eligible located and convenient to Pittsburgh a can learn of a Good permanent situation by addressing apl0-tf r. O. Mcdaniel Allegheny City a. Oxford female in ii Mart Chester county a. The Winter session of five months will commence the firs t wednesday in november. Expenses for boarding fuel Light and tuition in the go Golsh branches,6a per session. Ancient and modern Lan. Ganges each �6. Leveona on the piano and Neof instrument $16. Painting and drawing each $6. Or tin . Mint of �80. Will include the whole. Adail stage connects with the cars at Newark deb ant . Address pm Dickey or Oxford sept 20,1866 Samuel Dickey Oxford a the Hiller institution is under the care of the presbytery of Zanesville and is located at Washington Ohio on the National Road half Way from Wheeling to Zanesville and Only three Miles North of the Central Ohio Railroad. The ear rounding country is Hidy and remarkable healthy. A Large to Atefi and convenient building has been erected and furnished with Stiable apparatus the undersigned devote their attention entirely to the institution and All the necessary arrangements have been tor educating Young men on the Moat approved principles. The coarse of studies includes an English and classical department and is extensive enough to prepare students for the Junior class in the Best colleges. Strict attention will be Given to the Comfort manners and morals of the pupils and they will enjoy the advantages of a literary society a Library and a philosophical apparatus. Very Small or backward boys Are not received nor will any be permitted to remain who a re either immoral indolent or unwilling to form habits of diligent study. On the other hand we invite Yonng men of Good character and studious habits who desire a Good education to fit themselves tor business or for teaching and especially pious Young men preparing for the gospel ministry whose presence and la finance we highly appreciate. To bus or the classical department �12.00, per session or five months senior English department $10,00, per session of five months Junior English department $8.00, per session of five months. Tuition fees must be paid in a drano. Booms and boarding will he furnished by respectable private Fem lies at �2.00 per week. The sessions commence on the first Moa Day of May and of november., Rev. . Alexander principal Jyll by . , a Airiana. Cei bal Aoa Dehy. At Airt View to Calora Valley Juniata county a one fourth a a mile from the perrys Lue station of Pennsylvania Bai Road. I the summer session will commence on monday the Leith of april. Whole expense per session of Twenty two week for Board room tuition washing and ,$55, Able one half in Advance. J�-8ee circulars. David Wilson Marla via principal and proprietor. Pert Royal . Pittsburgh water curb Rutaro Lish Mentz located at Hay Rilie station on the Pittsburgh it. Wayne and Chicago Railroad and Ohio River ten Miles West of the City. This institution com Binge Superior advantages Abr the successful treatment and Complete care of disease. We would epee flatly invite the attention of females who have suffered for Yean and have almost despaired of Ever finding Relief to our establishment. We can recommend this institution to female sufferers with great Confidence As in on Long experience in diseases Peculiar to their sex we have had an almost uniform Success. We will gladly give any to those who desire it. Address Box 1304, Pittsburgh a. ,, ap24-tf h.frease., a physician. Rev or halsey>8 literary attractions of the Bible. Sorb nor saw York has now ready 2 edition. The literary attractions of the Bible or a plea for the word of god considered As a classic. By Leroy j. Halsey . 1 Rol 12mo. £1.26, chapter characteristics of the Bible As a classical Book. Chap and the bards of the bime. Chap. and oratory of the new testament. Chap. eloquent orators of the new testament. Chap. Tvs types of female character in the Bible. Chop. Via representative Yonng men of the Bible. Chap. Vile science and the sages of the Chap. conceptions or old Este of Sublimity and Beauty in the Bible. 1 a it is filled with strains of thrilling eloquence of Graceful thought and a Werfal reasoning it is eminently a Blok for and he who who reads it once will Long for an Opportunity of la. A a while the author s principal Ott feet la to Render the scripture attractive to men of taste through it literary and other aesthetic beauties an incidental argument in tarnished for the truth and divinity of the scriptures and the Reader is aured to consider the word of god in its higher presbyterian. A the author a a Noble theme and we a can answer Abr him to his Haring produced a highly interesting and useful recorder. A every chapter abounds in rigorous thoughts Viserta Inatio criticism learning and Earnest eloquence. He is not Only thoroughly master of his subject Bat of a a style befitting its lofty import no narrow dec Titian bigoted sentiments mar the Gra and the dignity of his Flea production but throughout on every Point his views Ara Broad Catholic and journal. Also Jast ready Rev. A. Alexander . The acts of the apostles explained. 2 vols., 12mo, $2.50 half calf $4.00. Ghz Nav its religion and popular superstitions. By Rev. If. S. Cuthbertson. 1 vol., 12mo. 75c. A a it contains a graphic and comprehensive account of the religious popular superstitions customs and Sori condly Tion of the chinese the result of eleven years orca ital observation and study while Labouring u a Mai nary in habits of daily Intercourse with the people with a knowledge of their 8krmos8 por the new life. By Rev. Horace Bush Nell . 1 vol., 12mo, 1-25. For Sale in Pittsburgh fa., by j. S. Davison or oodles will be rent by mail postpaid tor Price remitted to , new Yolk. My2d 2t fe28-ly Gould amp Lincoln. 69 Washington Street Boston would Tod read under stand. Inglef have a terrestrial tor reference. The Franklin globes 30,16,12,10 and 6 inches in diameter Are for Sale by the principal booksellers. Mo0re a nim8, ju6 it manufacturers Troy n. A Holloway s pills Are a Rehby hailed by All a the Best annihilate of the internal diseases most common to the human family in eluding dyspepsia bile Siok headache and All febrile and inflammatory influence. Their operation is simple harmless and Effo sold at the Manife Ottofy no 80 Maiden Lane new York and by All druggists at 26c., 63c., and Fil per Box. J�5-lt Kec Biying . H. Or vim. -. Esq., no. 107 Liberty. Street Pittsburgh a wifi hereafter Aske Elving agent at Pittsburgh for the general Assembly a Church Extension come Sittre. Donations for the Conrah Extension cause should be rent to or. Kevin. A �r37 6m publication of the american tract society embrace Standard evangelical works All Agob. Adapted to individuals families. A stats and sunday schools. Depository no. 920 Chestnut Street Ladelpha. Je7-iy a. K or _ i b l oo., a manufacturers k wholesale and retail dealers. No.82 North second Street above Market Philadelphia. The largest cheapest and Best assortment of Plain and fancy blinds of any other establishment in the United states. Or repairing promptly Atto Udud to. Give is a rail and Rethy Yoa Welew. My Wall paper Spring Stock How room and Hall paper hangings Spring style Oak Stone red and new Elings imitation Wood As. E. O Cochrane a a a a a a no a Federal st Allegheny. N. By experienced paper hangers sent to customers. Mar20. fond of tab per Ort s interest National safety Trust Pony Walnut Street South West Corner of third phils. Incorporated a state of Pennsylvania. Money is received in any sum Large or email and internet paid from the Day of Deposit to the Day of withdrawal. The office is open every Day from 0 of clock in the morning till 5 of clock in the afternoon and on monday and thursday evenings till 8 of clock. Hon. Henry a Benner president. Robert Selfridge vice president. Yuxun j. Razo Secretary. Money is received and payments daily without notice. The investments Are Madern Beal estate mortgages ground rents and Sueh first class securities As the charter requires. Ja23-Lj or Park and Mills of John 8herrard, situate in Smith fled township Wefler Sou county o., is still for Sale and can be purchased on Good terms there Are 118 acres of Laud Well improved a Good merchant Mui and saw Milt both in running older a a a a a it a John 8hbkrard, a _ my8-7t._ Updegraff port office Jefferson co., o of form My Faddin to Gold a win get off. Street Fitt Aburn dealer in wet ohm a jew Cir

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