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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner and Advocate (Newspaper) - June 19, 1858, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaThe banker and advocate. It my is a a a in employment for labourers. The Prospect for employment during the coming Winter is not favourable. Our factories we learn Are very generally working up their Stock and not laying in new supplies. Tic chronicle of this City says to regret to learn that several of our rolling Mills have operations and that others purpose stopping in a few Days. The cause of the stoppage is the poor demand that now exists for Iron throughout the country and the difficulty of finding Safe customers. It is not known when they will resume work certainly not until business looks better than it does just Orleans things seem to have settled Down in quietness after the election. Some of the papers claim that for the past year the oily government had been much better than previously and that it was about As Well ordered As a a Large City in the Union. Others speak of assassinations and robberies and of the impunity of culprits As a state of things insupportable. It is pretty evident that political aspirations had much to do with the late abortive attempt at revolution. A visit from Philadelphia. A committee of the Oard of Trade of Philadelphia paid a visit to our City last week to consult with councils on the subject of the abolition of the tonnage tax imposed by the state on the Pennsylvania Eai Road. This tax it is alleged operates against Philadelphia both in regard to her business and As she is a very Large stockholder in the Road. But Pitt burghers allege that Tho discriminating tolls imposed by the Road making Pittsburgh and other Pennsylvania freight More per mile than Ohio and Western freight operates exceedingly against this pity and they insist that they of aunt unite in a request for the abolition of the tax unless discrimination shall be abolished Albo some kind compliments passed Between the committee and the councils and some Fine speeches were made and the visitors returned leaving things near about state floods. The recent Rains have made great floods. The Allegheny and Monongahela Are High Over sowing the Low lands. Chartiers Creek has been unusually swollen carrying away two important Bridges and some buildings. The Banks of the Mississippi upper and lower were last week still overflow. At st. Louis the water covered the levee up to the curb Stone and the America Bottom was flooded. The be publican thus described Tho flood a a their cattle and hogs May still be seen in the neighbourhood of their dwellings vainly endeavouring to climb out of the reach of the water. Hogs have been seen afloat upon logs and lumber Drifting Down with the current. Chickens have taken to the House tops and Trees and spend All their time in roosting. In Short the country along the River is one scene of flood and or. Louis june 12.�? by boat to Alton via Chicago the River Rose Twenty eight inches for the Twenty four hours ending at six of clock last night since which time it has been rising at the rate of an Inch and a half an hour. The levee is now perfectly submerged. On the floors of some of the stores the water is one and a half feet deep. Illinois town is wholly under water and the Bottom is to a great extent inundated. An additional Rise of six to eight feet is coming Down the Missouri and the upper Mississippi and its tributaries continue to pour out a flood. Very heavy Rains prevailed All last night and this . The British aggressions on our shipping As is now pretty clearly ascertained were not authorized by that government and there Are indications that in some oases at least the reports were greatly exaggerated. There is no danger of a rupture nor even of a coolness Between the governments on account of these occurrences nor any likelihood of their repetition. The mormon War it would seem is ended. Gov. Gumming was politely received by Brigham Young in Salt Lake City records amp of were handed Over and the people exhorted to he submissive to the Laws of the United states. Gov. Camping in dispatch to Gen. Cash Days the masses everywhere announced to that the Torch will be applied to every House indiscriminately throughout the country As soon As the troops attempt to Cross the mountains. The people though scattered every Means would be taken to rally them. Some of the mormons Are yet in arms and the governor Speaks of the mischief they Are capable of rendering As Ger Tillas the Way for the emigrants to the Pacific is open gov. Gumming says that he would leave for the South on the 3d of May. He says that he will restrain All the proceedings of the military for the present and until he shall receive additional instructions from the president. The president on the 11th inst., sent in a message to Congress on the subject. He thinks that our difficulties with Utah Are terminated. A he congratulates Congress on the event says that appropriations for the three regiments of volunteers need not be made and that Texas can be defended by the regular troops. The detachments of troops on their Way to Utah have been recalled but Tho military stores which Are very Large arc to proceed As gov. Camping will be authorized to retain a Large Force for some time. Large numbers of the mormons Are leaving the territory probably for Sonora. Persons desiring to return to the states or to England have had their safety guaranteed. A Duel had almost taken place last week Between senators Gwin and Wilson for words uttered in the Senate a Challenge passed but friends interfered and the matter was arranged in a Way a a honorable to both such reconciliations now so frequent in Congress May be honorable enough but the quarrels the Engen to Manly language and the challenges Are most disgraceful. The guilty parties should be frowned upon. Public sentiment should be Loyid in its utterances against them. The appropriation Bills prove a matter of vast difficulty to Congress. Money is so scarce and there Are so Many wants Public Send private and so Many solicitors on the floor Bandin the lobbies that it is hard to get through with legislation. One House appropriates the other amends the amendments Are declined conferences Are held and the Day of adjournment is deferred. A Mew loan is one of the startling events of the last week. It was recommended by the president. The need was pressing. Twenty millions at the beginning of the session in the for of Treasury notes and Twenty millions at its dose As a permanent loan forty millions of debt contracted in one year and in a time of peace too to alarming. Why is this ? an increase in the Bat s of postage was attempted in the Senate. An amendment was attached to the Post office appropriation Bill by a vote of 19 to 10 a very Small vote making the postage on letters under three thousand Miles five of Nib and Over that distance ten cents also one by a vote of 88 against 4, abolishing the ranking privilege after the fourth of March next. The House refused to concur. Letter postage should abide As it is but the franking privilege should to restricted a greatly increased Economy should be Practised. A a new mall line has been established by which the Moil will be transported from new York to new Orleans passing through Virginia Tennessee and Mississippi in three Days and ten hours. The Senate has decided that messes. Bright and Fitch of Indiana the occupants of seats Are entitled toehold them. The president on saturday requested Congress to prolong the session for a few Days. Business was not yet perfected and could not be by monday and he would sign no Bill which to had not time to examine. The adjournment took Placo on monday. A terrific whirlwind. A most awful s Gnu occurred at Ellison Iii., i Sabbath May 80th. Thirteen persons were killed and seventy wounded. The Chicago press Speaks of it thus a a Tho Tornado struck the Village about half past five of clock and during its continuance no rain fell. The houses were Frame structures. There was a Large tavern stand and three stores a those of Samuel Johnson Joseph Knowles and another. The appearance of the dwellings and structures after the passage of the whirlwind is described by one Eye witness a was if one should tear to pieces and scatter a lumber of roofs and Walls and the various structures there was seen in Many instances scarcely a Trace As if a giant hand had reduced and torn them to shreds and splinters. They Lay scattered Over the Fields. Here a piece of broken furniture and there a shattered door and beyond on undistinguishable mass of timbers and boards floor beams ceiling and rafters. Even the bodies of Somo of the sufferers were torn to pieces. A a As an evidence of the fearful form of the Tornado it is mentioned in the Telegraph that of the victims fragments Oft be bodies were scattered in All directions. A a an Iron Safe weighing nine Hundred pounds was taken from Johnson a store and carried thirty feet. A it horses cattle and hogs were taken up by the wind carried in the air and dashed to the Earth and killed by the fall. A a one cow was taken up carried several rods and killed by the fall. Her body Lay at a distance from anything that could have inflicted wound or injury upon her. A a a heavy out Stone door step the dimensions of which Are Given to us As being some seven feet in length by three in Width and seven inches in thickness was torn from its site and carried More than its length or about twelve feet. A a the first Trace of its violence is noticeable in the Ellison Timber about a mile West of this Village the place described by John Mcwilliams As a a the meeting of the blonds a thence on through the Timber the evidences of its Force were astounding. The Trees were piled up by the roots twisted turned about. And in places noticed by our informant it seemed As if they had been torn no by groups of a child would wantonly twist the tops of adjacent weeds and tear them from the ground. Trees a foot in diameter were thus made the sport of the Tornado and were dashed crushed and broken to the ground. The Monmouth review says a a horses Colts Swine calves dogs chickens geese and turkeys were lifted in the air and dashed to if oath upon the ground. All the Trees and shrubbery were stripped of their foliage and Many had the bark stripped from their trunks to the end of the limbs. Tall huge Oaks were twisted and broken off at the trunks and scattered and Carrie an almost incredible distance. Even the Green grass was torn up by the roots leaving the Earth perfectly Bare and destitute. The tombstones in the graveyard at the West end of the town were broken off close to the ground and the fencing around the Graves carried away in front of the residence of Lewis al Appellee sr., were two Large Limestone Steps weighing from six to eight Hundred pounds that were lifted and carried at least thirty feet by the twisting driving wind. California. New Yoke june 12.�?the Star of the he Csc has arrived with nearly half a million dollars in treasure. The California news is unimportant. The mining and agricultural reports Are satisfactory and abundant crops Are predicted. Considerable excitement exists in consequence of recent discoveries of Gold on Frazer Ivor in the British possessions fifteen Hundred persons left san Francisco for the mines. The advices Are highly favourable. The indians Are troublesome. At Plumas a fight occurred Between the Savages and the Whites Twenty indians were killed. Twenty gamblers have been indicted at Sacramento including Ned Mcgowan. Ool. Fremont has entered a complaint against the Merced mining company for trespass and waste on Mariposa involving very important mining interests. The negroes of san Francisco Are preparing to emigrate to Vancouver a a Island the reports of pioneers arc highly favourable. The news from Oregon and Washington is unimportant. Tho Frazer River Gold excitement prevailed there. At the Sandwich islands the Spring business is unusually Active. Texas getting anti slavery. The last number of the Mew Orleans Bee says. A a there is serious danger of the utter defeat of Southern Hopes and aspirations touching Texas and that in the very heart of the South in the Region of All others Best adapted to the successful cultivation of Southern products and to the consequent rerun rating employment of slave labor a feeling of settled opposition to slavery exists which if not counteracted will ultimately neutralize the entire Benefit conferred by the of 1850, and to incorporate the largest finest and most Fertile part of Texas into the family of free websters Quarto dictionary. A Good dictionary is one of the essentials to the obtaining of a Correct education and every one who would be a scholar should be neither penurious As to the expense of books nor parsimonious As to the time requisite for consulting them. Every Man should have dictionary and it should lie beside in the meat convenient place and be consulted for every word he does not clearly understand. The great rivals for Public Favot now before the English Public Are the lexicons of Webster and Worcester. We use both and value each. The former is advertised in another column and we commend it to the attention of All who do not already possess it. The Mew pork observe says of it a a Daniel Webster expressed the general sentiment of american scholars when he said <1 possess Many dictionaries and of most of the Learned and cultivated languages ancient and modern but i never feel that i am entirely armed and equipped in this respect without or. Webster at and Bufus Choate says a i beg to adopt in its utmost strength and extent the testimonial of Daniel a with the exception of the orthography of a few words the latest and magnificent editions of Tho dictionary May be pronounced More thoroughly american than any other work and it is the design of those who now control it he copyright to make it peculiarly and exclusively the dictionary of the English language. It has frequently been assailed on account of the orthography but in this it More nearly conforms to the general usage of the country than foreign dictionaries do. And it must be remembered that the great Merit of dictionary consists in its presenting the entire vocabulary of the language with the derivation pronunciation and definition of the words. Such is the admitted superiority of websters Over ail others in these particulars that its Possession becomes a necessity and the testimony of booksellers from All parts of the country West and East North and South is that More of this work is bold far More than of All others Pul together the testimony that comes up from All sections of our wide Republic shows that the schools of the country Are to be trained in websters dictionary. A a nearly every state superintendent of Public instruction in the Union or corresponding officer where such an one exists has recommended websters dictionary in the strongest terms. Among them Are those of Maine new Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut new York new Jersey Pennsylvania Ohio Kentucky Indiana Illinois Missouri Michigan Iowa Wisconsin Louisiana California Minnesota and ibo Canada Twenty one in All. The state of new York has placed ten thousand copies of Webster in As Many of her Public schools. Massachusetts has supplied three thousand two Hundred and forty eight of her schools nearly All. Wisconsin Over three thousands every school. New Jersey has provided for All her schools. At least four fifths of All the school books published in this country own Webster As their Standard and of the remainder few acknowledge any Standard. A a to these evidences of Public opinion we May add on own experience. Webster is our working dictionary always at hand and in constant use and invaluable As an Aid to understand and impart ideas of the words of on Mother Tongue. We could better spare All the others than this. The edition which is above All other editions As the dictionary itself excels others is the unabridged Quarto the Only one which contains All the merits of the work and the one which we Steamboat explosion. Memphis june 14.�?-the Steamboat Pennsylvania exploded her boilers sunday morning at six of of Oak at ship Island seventy Miles below Memphis and was burned to the Waters Edge. About three Hundred and fifty passengers were on Board and it is believed that one Hundred Are killed or missing. The Diana Imperial and of Osbee took All they could find in the water or on Shore. The following is a list of the killed so far As ascertained father Delorose mrs. Will and daughter of st. Louis Foster Hurst n. And j. Ban Sohen and Dennis Corooran of new Orleans Joseph Palau of Texas e. Gleason of new York h. Nichols of Texas Sackey of miss. W. Linter j sin born j. Bowles James Burns and William Woodford of Louisville b. Generous and an englishman from Cuba who has a sister living near Burlington Iii. Officers of the boat capt. Klinefelter was uninjured j. A. Woods second clerk slightly injured Henry Clements of st. Louis third clerk severely scalded James Quot Dorris chief Engineer escaped Francis Dorris second Engineer is dead Abner Martin first mate dangerously injured the second mate whose name is unknown is badly scalded William Jackson of Lexington bar keeper was slightly scalded Brown a Pilot is missing Heiry Eller Pilot was saved both the pilots were from st. Louis. Two of the engineers were uninjured. The boat was on the Way from new Orleans to st. defective income. There Quot re but Jive Stales in the Union in which the Revenue of the Post office defray the Cost of transporting the mails shall the service be abandoned in All the others ? Massachusetts Hotle Island Connecticut new York and Pennsylvania Are the Only states where the Post offices yield a surplus after defraying the Cost of transportation and the deficit in the other states amounted last year to the sum of $3,512,806. And vein Isem ext. Luytjes of fashionable clothing for either menus or boys Wear Are directed to the establishment of .1. L Carnaghan Federal Street Allegheny City. His work will be found neatly out and Well trimmed and made Fine piece goods of the newest styles kept on hand for custom work. Iron City College Pittsburgh a. Extract of a letter dated Jane 2d, from or. Samuel Bridge of Blair county Pennsylvania or. F. W. Jenkins dear sir a after a trial of better than three months in keeping the books of an extensive Iron works i am exceedingly Happy to inform you that i find the knowledge and time acquired at the Iron City College More than sufficient to enable me to succeed in my undertaking. At first i had some doubts and no Little anxiety to know whether i was fully competent for the task but though Short my experience i deem it amply sufficient to warrant me in saying that a Young maa can become a practical Book keeper in the Iron City College. I am fully persuaded that were the merits of the a a Iron City a fully known Yon could not accommodate the pupils who would apply for admission. Respectfully yours. Samuel a bide a or. For specimens of writing and circulars address f. W. Jenkins Pittsburgh a. Advertisement i believe it saved my life. Jacob Wooster of Bush Creek new Sewickley township says a a for two years i suffered the vertigo nausea and headache attending dyspepsia sometimes so severely As to incapacitate me for any Effort at others to confine me to my bed. My bowels were often so constipated As to oblige me to use the most powerful purgative to relieve myself. Indeed i at last found it necessary to use something of the kind constantly. Last fall i commenced taking boar have is Holland bitters and found it just what my Case required. I cannot recommend it too highly for i believe it saved my caution a be careful to ask for Beer have a 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 generally. ,. Advf.rti3emeot.1hair restorative. Every one will we think agree with us in the opinion that the human hair is the greatest natural ornament that is possessed either by a gentleman or a lady. Just meet an apparently Good looking Man for instance in the Street you cd unite features whiskers and general bearing Butlo he lifts hat in recognition of your Bow and the Charm has vanished for Ichabod is written on Bis Bald head and the glory has departed with the flowing locks that once flourished luxuriantly there. In the Case of a lady the matter is if possible worse such cases reminding one of the circumstance on which the following epigram is founded �?o0 give me fair Emma a look of your hair a a bashful Young Lover took courage and sighed a a a twos a sin to refuse such a modest request so take the whole wig a the dear creature replied. Now to prevent such a catastrophe is within the Power of every lady and gentleman for by using prof. Woods hair restorative hair is not Only prevented from falling off or turning Gray but the article will restore hair to Bald places and even if it has changed color and become Gray it will bring it Bank to its Pristine Beauty and Luxuriance. Those who Are acquainted with the Anatomy physiology and pathology of the hair must be Well aware that certain substances have specific action upon it and it is by a judicious combination of these that prof. Wood has succeeded in compounding a mixture possessed of remarkable Waverly Magazine and int. Crary Gazette sold by Geo. H. Key Serno. 140 Wood Street Pittsburgh a. And by All druggists. A markets. Pittsburgh tuesday Jurio 15. Ashes pearls. 5j4a6. Pota 4a5e. Soda Ash. 3/�&4c. Butter and eggs butter 10<g22e. Eggs 9@10c. Bacone shoulders 6@6� sides hams. Pity cured shoulders 81 sides 9@9 a. Plum hams sugar cured a bans Small White 75al.g0 per bus. Chbebe�?7@7. Breed beef by Tierce. Dried fruit a apples il.20al.25. Teaches 3.75, fred�?4q@80e. For bran shorts ship Tuffs and middling. A i flour superfine on arrival $3.25 extra 3.50 3 3.75. From store 3 50 for superfine 4.00 for extra and 4.25@4 40 for extra family. ,27@27�c. Corn,48@5qc. Rye,45c� wheat 7o@80c. Hay�?$10 o0@14 00 per ton. Lard country 10@10� no. X City lie. Lumber Green from first hands $9.50ald.00, for Choice common and $20-00 for Clear. A mess pork country packed �17.00 City do., 17.50@ 18.00. Oils no. 1 lard. 85c. Linseed 65@70c. 1 a potatoes reds 35c mixed. 40c. Wool�?22 for common to full blood and 35 for intelligence. By the Asia arrived at new York Liverpool dates were received to the 29th ult., and by the Nova Scotia at st. John n. B., dates to the 2d inst. Great Britain it was stated that the government proposed to build n pier at Holyhead for Landing the Maiu and passengers from the trans Atlantic steamers the returns of the British exports since april 9 the show a falling off of Over half a million pounds Sterling As compared with last year. The recipient of the Victoria medal of the geographical society is Alexander Dallas Bache of the United states and not professor , As previously stated. A a letter from Plymouth states that the i Tagara Aad agamemnon Are lying within two Hundred Yards of each other. The Cable on each ship is connected and Telegraph messages Are being sent through the whole length of the Atlantic Cable in the most perfect manner. La the House of commons on the 1st, or. L us fit asked the government if it was True that the United states vessels in Tho Havana or Western coast of Africa Trade had been fired into boarded searched or detained by British cruisers and if so by what authority or whose instructions did the commanders of those ships so ? or. Fitzgerald said the government had no official information on the subject but he Hod reason to believe the reports had been exaggerated. They were As anxious As the american government to avoid All cause of complaint and strict orders had been issued to the officers and the stations to be especially cautious. The Niagara and agamemnon with to Telegraph Cable on Board sailed from Plymouth sound on saturday cd Enid for the West coast of Ireland. India. The correspondent of the London times at Cawn speak. Ltd the War . Llo nays the revote has deeper Root than had been imagined and that the want of troops is greatly Felt. Gen. Jones had crossed the Ganges and commenced the Bob Lound Campaign. The commander in chief would Rench the Headquarters near Caw pore about the 23d of april the Bur Kura of Calcutta spoke of news a a of a rebellion on Kypry Side with three armies in the Field against the englishman another journal shows that no decisive blow has been struck and that the rebels Are dispersed All Over the country. 1 the Calcutta correspondent of the times says the Plau of the rebels is to press on for Central India and Bombay. In the meanwhile they Are swarming into the Doab and districts of Kutteh guru Edwab and my pore. The officers were hard pressed. There is a guerilla War going on everywhere eight regiments of armed police Are being raised in Bengal. There had been Only to n inches of ram at Ben Gal for six riot he. The crops were suffering severely an a famine was anticipated the Woufle proclamation has not been withdrawn or modified but or. Montgomery has received a carte Blanche to Deal with each Case As he chooses he is compounding with the aristocracy and landholders. ,. The following was Rei lived from Alexandria May 26th, via Malta 30th the Ganges with the Bombay mails arrived at Suez yesterday. The commander in chief and Gen. Walpole entered Shawge Sanpore on the 30th of april and marched for Barclay on the 2d of a May. The Mau brie and Bis followers were Fly my Back to mag Neldee in oud. Nena Sahib is in Barclay. The Hindoos were Friendly but the Mussulman were escaping. It. The reverses sustained by Gen. Walpole in Onde have been confirmed. Gen. Adrian Hope had been killed. A Goor Kha column under col. J Ames had occupied Moradabad after defeating the enemy at Duce had and Muj aoah.Gen., Penny arrived at Panalle on the 2fith Day of april and marched the same Day to Jan the comm a Der in chief. Adi Patch from fut Tegho dated May 2d, says he followed the rebels into an Ambuscade and was killed but the enemy was Defeated by troops. 1 a a China a a a a a a a a the newspaper accounts assert that lord Elgin had declared himself ready to employ Force to penetrate to Pekin. The journals express Hopes that we Enslein would be easily taken. A demand for gun boats for the River service bad been made. The chinese authorities continued to torture All persons suspected of being Lavo Rable to the Allied from Hong Kong to april 13th. State that diplomatic relations have taken an unfavourable turn. A a a it is understood that replies have been received by the foreign ambassadors to their communications to the emperor at Pekin. The emperor proposes to discuss the questions at Canton. This is not acceded to. And the plenipotentiaries including the american minister had decided to proceed at once to teen-tsem., All was quiet at Canton. A Frabott. The emperor has ventured upon another of bold scheme in the internal administration of affairs. A circular has been issued to the prefects calling upon them to a use their Fiu ence and if need be their authority Quot to induce the councils or managing committees of All charitable institutions to Quot pass a vote for the conversion of the real property of such establishments into Money to be vested m the Public pre byte in of Donegal will hold an adjourned meeting in the Church of Union on thursday Juno 24th, at log Alock . John Farquha Jvn. C. The presbytery of Sal in a Bung will meet at Glade run Church of the fourth tuesday 22d Day of Juno at 2 of clock . W. W wooden 0, s. 0. The presbytery of Allegheny will meet at Tarentum on. The fourth tuesday of june at 2 of clock p a Newton s o. The presbytery of Winnebago will meet at Plover Portage county on thursday. Lune 24th, at 7 of clock p. M. H. M. Robertson s. C. The presbytery of Steubenville will meet agreeably to adjournment in the Church of still Koch on Tho fourth tuesday 22d Day of june at 10 of close a. M. Robert Herron stated at port Carbon on saturday evening june 5th, by . Lowry or. Benjamin Siw Olky to miss Salinda Zimmerman. Or. Isaiah Cartwright to miss Louisa Bretz All of port Carbon a. By Rev. J. W. A Jett May 6th. Or. Thomas Mcelheny to mias Margaret Robison. May 18th,. Or. Robert Neal to mass Matiy m Rowan. June 10th, or. Edward e a Dougherty to miss Mary h. Forsythe 7u Elmwood. Iii., on wednesday morning May 28th, by Rev d. H. My Farland. Or. Samuel in. Cob to miss moms j. Farrar hear Linfield hi., on thursday evening May 27th, or. William m. Carroll to miss Nancy a Lucas. By Rev. John my olm Toek on the. 20th.of May. At the residence of capt. James Davidson or. Josiah s. Wolf of Hartford Ohio to Mies note it., daughter of or. Henry Barclay of it. Pleasant Iowa. A r a june 10th� by Bov c. V. My Kaig at the House of the Bride s father or. Milo Morrison to miss Mary Margaret Woodburn All of Washington county a Dot Targ. Died of thursday afternoon june 3d, mrs. Jones a Mon Tail widow of the late James Mountain attorney at Law in the 74th year of her age. Dieux near Mckeesport pa., May 19th Kos in Happuch youngest daughter of James and Mary Jane Wilson aged about 8 years. Died near Mckeesport pa., May 22d, has Mah Danny Sou of maj. We. Cavett aged 17 years 8 months and 28 Days. 1 died near Jefferson Greene county pa., on the i7th of May 1858, mrs. Elizabeth Rte want wife of Alex. Stewart sr., aged about 70 years. The deceased was for Many years a member of the presbyterian Church of Jefferson and was characterized by her amiable temper and exemplary deportment. Maintaining a walk and conversation becoming the gospel and confiding in her redeemer As her Only Hopo on tie approach of death having commended Hor surviving friends to the divine mercy she calmly resigned he Belf to the will of god and fell asleep in Jesus. . Died in Damascus Mahoning county 0march 26th, or. Philip Winters in the 60th year of age. He was born in York a but in Early life with parents removed to Franklin co., a where to lived until 1841. During reside Neo in that county to married and United with the Presbyl Oilau Church of Chambersburg in which Church for a number of years he exercised inc office of ruling elder. In 1841, he removed to i Hollidaysburg where he resided for two years. From that place he removed to Ohio and settled in Loudonville in the presbyterian Church of which place he exercised the office of elder for ten years. About eighteen months since lot was cast in this place. He possessed a Noble and generous spirit. Having no children of own he during the thirty six years of married life had at different times twelve orphan children under roof who for the most part were supported and educated from own purse. The boards of our own Church together with the american Biblo society shared largely in Bis Benevolence. He was always an Active untiring Friend of Sabbath schools and of the Temperance canse. His piety was decided and conduct at All times foam stent. His place in the Saicic Tuart und the prayer meeting was never . Except Wuhu sickness prevented presence. Although called suddenly a Way to has left Good evidence that lamp was a trimmed and Burn ing. A for Somo time past although in the enjoyment of usual health he frequently remarked that work was almost done on the evening preceding death he was remarkably Earnest m prayer that he might have the full Assurance that he was a child of god. Whilst bereaved wife and those to whom he filled the place of father mourn their loss he is rejoicing we fondly Hope in the presence of lord. Died near Albion ind., on thursday. April 1st, 18u8, Rob Kut r. Cook in the 24th year of age. A. ,. The deceased died of consumption with which he buffered for fifteen months. He has left a go Rele of sorrowing friends to feel the bereavement of a son and a brother. The deceased was raised m the bosom of the Presb Tenan Church and made a Public profession1 of religion in the loth year of age in Tho Savannah Church Ohio he spent one session at the dem Burn Academy from thence he went to Haysville College and spent two years there with a View to the minis try. He was then providentially removed to Indiana where until sickness he spent the principal part of time in life was marked with serious feeling and a fixed moral Principio from two years old and upwards Ile met last hour in this wond with Joy and gladness Hopo was fixed upon Christ and Only therefore he could say with an unwavering expression a blessed be god i have no fears i fear no spent a few moments m exhorting most fervently some of careless relatives to give themselves to Christ and so he went sowing the seed with dying a a a c a died at Tho residence of her son in Law or John Duncan near Florence. Pa., on the 11th most mrs Jane Smith in the 96th year of her age a mrs. Smith was born in York county. A. At a very Early age she consecrated herself to the lord. Her first Union was with the slate Ridge congregation York county some seventy years ago she came to the Western part of Pennsylvania and United with Tho Church of Cross Creek then under the pastoral care of the Rev Joseph Smith. Some thirty three years since she came to Florence and has Ever since resided with her son in Law. Or. Duncan. During All her Long life spent in the Church of Christ she was Ever distinguished for her Humble piety High spirituality of fund. And an ardent attachment to the cause other divine master. Though pressed Down with the weight of nearly a Hundred years to the last her mind was maintained an unusual amount of choir illness and a unabated Zeal for the cause of Christ. Truly this Good old Mother As a Shock of Corn fully no for the har Vest has been gathered Home to her everlasting Reward. . Died on saturday evening. May 15th, at the re a dance of her father in Franth township Washington county pa., of1 fever miss Julia a Stevenson daughter. Of Mark and Nancy Stevenson aged 18 years. In the Vigo of youth and in Tho Beauty of womanhood when Tho sweets of life wore beginning to Bloom apparently to higher aspirations our kind and amiable Friend left us to seek the acquaintance of a happier society Andic Nant. The songs of a happier Paradise. Though of modest and quiet disposition she was always cheerful giving her countenance those smiles which she so fondly lavished upon All her friends,1 and which even m the silence of death i still played upon her Lovely features.1 disease Laid her in weakness but the thoughts of losing a dear1 sister older than herself and who to All appearances was the first to meet death s coming was a Burden to her soul. Yet with a Strong fortitude she endeavoured to Bear up under her afflictions and considered them but the just dispensations of a Wise and holy god. Friends mourn her absence from the fireside and once Happy Circle but do not Repine believing that she enjoys the glories of a better world and the eternal Friendship of the redeemed who have gone before. Yes death silently and unseen stole softly into her chamber and amidst the sorrowing throng that was around her bedside with palsied touch beckoned her to come up higher. And a we gathered to her. Bide to take the last look we with heart Felt sorrow exclaimed a a is this death and must we too go Down dark and lonely she had United herself with the Church but a few months previous to her death and her. Consistent course during this Short period gave ample evidence that she. Was Follower of Jesus. Let the remembrance of. Her. Death to those who gazed upon her lifeless form be a thought to guide their footsteps in the ways of truth and be a solemn warning to be also ready that when the messenger comes they can rest sweetly upon the bosom of Jesus and tread the dark Vale of death without terror and without fear. . Died at residence in Fayette,.county, March 3d, or. David Houzon aged 84 years or. Hough was ordained to the office of ruling elder in the Church of Brownsville. After some years he became a member of session in the Rehoboth Church where he served with acceptance and faithfulness until disabled by disease. Both in health and in sickness he sustained the Christian character Well. The last conversation in which be could1 take part exhibited a Calm Clear steadfast Faith in redeemer. A a died in Cadiz,1. Ohio March 16, or. Jinn my Crea m the 70th year of. age. He was born in Eastern Pennsylvania came to Cadiz in the 21st year of age and remained there some years thence he removed to Beech Springs and connected himself with the presbyterian Church under Tho ministry of or. Rea. Honest and Pright in dealings modest even to a fault circumspect in general deportment he adorned the Christian character by a walk and conversation becoming the gospel of Jesus Christ. From the time to entered upon the service of heavenly master he conscientiously maintained family religion and was scrupulously observant of the practice of secret prayer knowing that without intimate communion with Bis heavenly father vital piety will languish. The last four years of life were spent in Cadiz. . Died May the 24th, John b. E. Goold son of Stephen s. Gould and Betsey m. Gould,1 aged 7 years 6 months and 21 Days. A that form now cold and dead each Mournful thought employs. To weep our earthly comforts fled 4 and withered All our a Rovee. And bakery a celebrate family sewing machines 495 Broadway new York 730 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Jgr these machines Are now justly admitted to to the bestial use for family sewing making a new Strong and elastic stitch which will not rip Ewan if every fourth stitch a Cut. Circulars sent on application by latter. A Liberal discount made to clergymen with families. Apo by advertisements. Notick to tools and Mackinsky in or re at variety. 1-10 Puum a Ohio Mower a ready to Denver. A a a 160 Grain cradles a the Best pattern warranted. 300 revolving Durso Hay Hakes. A a. Grass and Grain scythes Best it american and English brands Grain Ander amp be Sickles. Hay bakes and u Large Stock of the most approved Harvest implements wholesale and retail at the seed and agriculture warehouse 4< myth Street. Pittsburgh. Ira. James it ardk01. Jqt9-2t a a a i a Bush a 9iotes�?on�w volume a Bush a on numbers. $1.00., a Ita. I tiie Indian rebellion its Canses and results. By Rev. Alexander Duff. , v6 Conta. A a truth . Cunts., r. A ,. Memories of my life work. Mrs. Cooke. $1-00. Pearls of thought Tom old authors. Of cents Kipps double witness of the Church and Early conflict of christianity. 7o cents each. A Lodge s portraits. 8 vols. Boh Carpenter s Liilo soph. Astronomy a. Bohn. A a zoology.2vols. Quot Bohn. I. Maute so to Dera of geology. Bohn. ,. A x in Burbri a lecture on roman history. Literary attractions of the Bible. Halsey. $1.25.cleveland s compendium of american literature. Select discourses from the French and German of Krum Mayber. Monod. Tho Luck and muller., $1.00. G Ray s works on botany. ,. Nichol s cyclopedia of physical science. Bancroft s history of Tho. United. States. 7th volume and full sets. Subscriptions taken for the new encyclopedia Britannica 15th volume now ready. A. _ books furnished by mail without charge for postage of receipt of retail prices. .jglin.a. I it a it Don v a ju0-2t. A a 61 Market Street. Pittsburgh. Purchasers of Globe so would do Well to compare ours with those of other makers before purchasing especially with the Koch a globes and note Belr deficiencies particularly in the United states Central America and1 Africa cur li3t�?Tcomprlscs�6.10,12, 16and 30 Inch globes. I a a. Jnl9 it Moore amp mrs Troy a y Eod Lowass pills and ointment. A caution to the they have been basely imitated the Public should learn that there is a sure test of Thair genuineness Viz. The water Anark. A a Holloway new York and Loudon who i appears in every Eaf of the Book of directions., visible when held Between the Eye and the Light. A a at the Mann Factor v n to it 80 Maiden Lane. A new York. And by All druggists at 2.�?~>o.1 6gg. And $1 per pot or bos. Julo it of Webster s Quarto dictionary what More essential to every family counting room student and indeed every one who won know the night use of language the meaning orthography and pronunciation of words than a Good eng Hub dictionary a of Dally necessity and permanent value. \ -ji-1 a Webster s unabridged is now the recognized Standard. Constantly cited and re Lidd on in our courts of Justice. In on legislative in it Public discussions As entirely , save lion. John Spencer. Can i make a bft1er in of to mint Publ shed by g. Amp c. Merriam bin afield by All booksellers. A a also Webster 8 school dictionaries jut93m� 1 a a a a a a a a a it Stew and publican . Little Bob Driver by it the author of stories on Tho petitions of s prayer-l8mo up. 252. I race 30 and 35 cents with engravings. Ii not n Minuta to Sparo. By s. C. .18mo up. J.q4. Pune to and 20 cents. A \ a if the a Stevenson i family or. Lessons be amp to tubes. Written for the Board x8mo., up. 144, Price 20 and25 cents. I 1 Quot a a a Xiv. An exposition of the epistle of same Paul to the Philip pins. By the Rev. . Monist or of the French reformed Church at Charenton. A. D. 1039. Trans Luti in from the French by the. Rev. James Saarmaa. Minis ter of Surrey Chapel. Loudon i Octavo up. 479. Price $115. V Lucy Dunlevy a sketch steal life by sus. Egh8eau. Author of Lizzie Ferguson in and gleanings from real life. Square 16mo,. Up 156. Price 30 and 85 cents i. The stray Lamb. Written for the 18mo up 72. Price to cont. Vii. The Joy of morning. Written for the Board. 18mo up5�. Pries 15 cents. A a -. T Quot via. Memoir and select remains of the Rev. John Brown. Minister of the Haddington. Edited by the Rev. William Brown. . 12mo up. 2�7. Once 40 cents xxx. Tapas in rhyme for girls by old Humphrey. 18mo up. 119. With Many .20 Aud 25 cents.,x. Annie Leea Story the first petition of the lord s prayer a hallowed be thy name18m0., 92 Price 15 and 20 Cen is. A a i. Blind Ruth or. How May i do Good illustrating the a second petition of the lord s prayer. L8mo pp.100. Pricot5 and 20 cents Xie Hazel Glen illustrating the third petition of the lord s prayer 18mo up. 99. Price 15 and 20 cents. Xiii. Christmas eve. who fourth Cut petition of the lords prayer. 18mo up. 91. Price 15 aadf20 cents. I. Seventy times seven or. The Law of kindness. Illustrating the fifth petition of the lord s prayer. Lsmo.�?T, up. 120. A a once 20 and 25 cents. A Quot ? a Charlie or a Mother s inf Fence illustrating the sixth petition of the lord s prayer. .ismo., up. I23.t a once 20 and 2o cents. A 1 Xvi. Pence m death exemplified in Youthful believers. By the author of Little Radord. L8mo., up. 60 with an engraving. Once 15 cents. A. Xvii scenes in club fun or. Missionary labors by the Way. 18mo up. 246. With three. Spirited engravings. Price30and 35cents. A a a a a a xviii. The Best lesson and the Best time to la Arn it by a presbyterian. Minister. Ism. Up. 11 Ltd with an engraving. Price 20 and 25 cents. It a a Xix. Lena Leslie history of an orphan. By a lady of Kentucky. 18mo,. Up. 108. With an engraving. Price20and accents. I i of Rit j xxx. The Mart pm. Of modern divinity in two parts part i the covenant of works and the covenant of Grace. Part ii. I an exposition of the ten it commandments t by it Edward fish or. A. M. With notes by the Rev. Thomas Boston. Minister of the gospel Ettrick. 12mo.j 370 Price 80 a it. Xxi. Chris pc in the desert or the tempter foiled. By the kovy Henry Moore Parsons. 18mo., up. 129./price�?T20 au<1 2o cents. A. A. Xxx. The Sailor s companion or Boole of devotions for a i it area in Public and private 12mo.� 263j once 50 cents . Xxi la scripture baptism its Mode and subjects by a Finbel Fairchild do author of the great supper. 18010., up. 204. Price 25 and 30 cents. A xxiv. Pictures of truth portrayed in pleasing colors. 18mo., pp.�?~264. Once 30. And 35 cants. With engravings. A xxv. Grams of Gold suited to enrich Youthful minds ismo., up. 260. Price 30 and 35 cents with engravings xxvi. The great reformer or sketches of the life of Luther. By the author of the Claremont tules 18mo. Pp.117. Vprico20 and25 cents. A. A w. Xxx to. The Valley of Achor or. Hope m trouble by the Lvov 8 8 Sheddan. 38mo. Up. 50. Prico 15 ceuts.-r-.xxv1il talks about Jesus. 18mo, up. 67. Price 15 cents a a a xxix. The Efficacy of prayer by the Latoi Rev. John. C. Young d.i>., Danville Kentucky. Ism. Up. 63. Pro v 15 cents. A a. Just published by the presbyterian Board of publication. Joseph p. Englis a publishing agent. A. Jews of. No-821cbestnufc Street Philadelphia Fri for Sale or to prop Urty known As the Strasburg in the Beautiful town of Strasburg Lancaster co., a. The said property is situated m the Centre of the town and fronting on the Mam Street and is a Good situation for a school or summer boarding House. Tim Mam building is so arranged As to form convenient rooms for Library parlor or dining rooms . Sixty boarders. Tho school room and sleeping department is Back from the Street with Shade Trees and Yard in front the Dwel a Ling is of Stone the school Wing of Brick having a Large front on the main1 Street. This property a amp Sheen need As an Academy for a number of years a having direct communication with either Philadelphia or Lancaster City by rail Road renders it one of. The most desirable locations in the state for school purposes. To. For farther particulars address.1 w t. Mop mail esq., Strasburg Lancaster comity b a., or gloat get let for ju24t / it -130lfrftnkfordroad, Philadelphia jew books and fresh supplies in All departments opening at e. C. Coch Itanen a Allegheny it Quot a it i a v elders life of or. Kane 1 vol,�?~8vo.�. A a a. Every Day hand Book of history and chronology from the creation to the present time Joel Munsell. A a select discourses from the French and Gorman of Krum. Macher. Monod Thol nok and others. A a a a the hand but not the heart to. S. a a Ursula a tale of country Ai d country life Quot jull2tr a a a a a a i by Tosh a. Renshaw 1 of i it t successor to Bailey amp Renshaw -h1 a n a. 253 Liberty Street. ,. Has just received Spring Slock of Choice family grocer yes including 150 of chests Choice Green and Black tees. 60 bags prime Rio Coffee. A a a. .25 do., do. Laguar Coffee in 85 Mats do. Java do. 4 Bales do. Mocha do. We a it a r. 20 barrels new York syrup. A 6 Hhd. Loven Ngy a steam syrup v 12 do. Prime Porto Rico sugar to50 kalg. Loven Ngy a doable refined amp no amp a ,. It 25 do Baltimore soft do. Do. A a. Also spices pick lab sauces. Fruits fish sugar cured hams dried beef ac., ac., wholesale and Loguen furn1a1i�dtfmn� an a Urt Miari lint of Tonk. I a it 10r Sabbath schools by Blini 1? classes and family instructions prof. Jacobus a is Otos on John new edition a a. A a a. Mark and Luke new edition. A a Matthew 5 a a question books on the Samo interweaving the Shorter catechism. On Matthew with catechism annexed $1.50 per Dos. On Mark and Luke a a. J. Each it 1.50. I a a or the two volumes bound in one 2.25 a a on Johh with catechism also annexed it1.50 a it a it Thoy will be forwarded to any address if orders be sent to f John Culbertson pres. Board of co Portage st. Clair st., Pitts go John s. Davison. 65-Market Street Pittsburgh a a i. We. S. Rentoul fe21-tf by. Chair Street Pittsburgh mid ii Oil and leather store d. Kirkpatrick a sons 8, third st be Ween Market and Chestnut streets Philadelphia have for Sale. Dry and salted Span set amp mrs a 4 r dry and Green salted Patna Kips tanners of Tannery and Currier stools at the lowest prices and upon the Best terms. A j Vall kinds of leather in the rough wanted for which the highest Market Prica will be Given in Cash or taken m exec angkor hides. Leather stored free of charge and Iota on vim Mission. A fa29-Lypaospioivs a presbyterian Banner and the boat Fin is published weekly in the cities of pit Bur hand Philadelphia and is adapted the general air eur Atlow in the presbyterian Church. To Kris in Advance per Jar in clubs of Twenty and upwards a a delivered in either of the cities 1.75 a advertisements in Advance. For eight lines or less one insertion 50 cents each my sequent insertion,25 cents. Each additional line beyond eight. 3 cent to re very Sarton r for eight hubs. Three months. $3.00. Each additional line 25 cont. 1 for High Linos. One year,$10.90. Of Iamb ill. Cards of two lines $5 a year and $1 for each add tonal line. Buber ass ten lines or less one Dollar. Each additional me 5 cents. 49�?T� Reeo amendatory of inventions me decal practice. Schools. A. Ac., being designed for the Porcu it Fly Benefit of individuals should be paid for Maseu secs 1 notices. A inv Quot by mall where in void Juppo Timity or offa Erwitt it hand. Drafts or notes or the larger denominations Are a preferable where they conveniently obtained. Pastors pending us a Twenty subscribers and upward will to thereby entitled to h Papor without presbyterian families Are very much dispersed a hey May be accommodated at the club Price even though a feh it of the Twenty be wanting. Let All be supplied if Ole. The poor we shall Yovor. To our . Lett Supply be Iuli buteo Ergo a per paid for. A a for Willsone seventy numbers 01 for on 0 Dollar thirty three numbers this sror the Sake o easy remittance. 1 if fast Orr Iii making Nuj clubs find1 some persons net ready to. the names at the club Price a on their own responsibility to us shortly.1 a a desirable that clubs Date their subscription periods at the a amid tune i. David Mokin by proprietor. A Juriy Quot Side inst Tot new Busig founders of this institution have s0-enred the services of mits. Caroline l. Williams widow of the late Rev. It w. Williams and it will be opened for the reception of Young ladies on. The first monday Viz. 3d. Of May. It is the the principal and friends of thib institution to make it All that could be desired m a first class a Seminary for the practical and thorough training of Young ladies. To this end. Thev have secured a Large Brick House for a boarding Honsey a and will have amp lamp go schoolroom completely famished. The summer session will commence on the first monday of Vlay. And Coutino Twenty one a cries. -. Pupils from a distance Are expected to Board with the principal who will Endeavor to make her House a Home forr them rather than a boarding is a pleasant Rural Village six Miles from ship , which place a Hack supplies it with a daily mail. Fare Tram the Railroad at Shippensburg to Newburg. Only Twenty five cents. A ? a mrs. Williams the principal of this. Institution is a practical teacher of much experience in All the branches usually taught 1 in your Hest seminaries and comes very highly recommended both As a skillful teacher and an accomplished lady. 7 All the branches usual in our Best seminaries will be taught and boarding furnished on very reasonable terms. A for further information apply to mrs. C. L. Withams. At Newburg. After the first of april or to Rev. I. N. Hays. Shippensburg. ,. A api0.tf Axford Fen ale behi9ary a. Chester county. A. The Winter Soseon of five months will commence the firs t wednesday in november. A expenses for boarding fuel Light and tuition in the be Golsh branches. $60por session.�?T. Ancient and modern languages. Each $5. Lesbo amps on the piano and Uso of instrument $15 painting and drawing each $5 or the a mentofi$80. Will include the whole. A daily stage connects with the cars at Newark. Del. And also at Parker Borg. A. Address. J. M. Dickey or Oxford sept 20 1855 Samuel Dickey Oxford feb. La t sop-�9tf filhe Hiller Denv a this in so 1 Stit ution is under Tho care of Tho presbytery of Zanesville add is located at Washington. Ohio on Tho National Road half Way from Wheeling to 7anesville and Only three Miles North of the Central Ohio Railroad. The surrounding country is Hilly and Rem Kable healthy a Large tasteful and convenient building has been erected and furnished with suitable apparatus the undersigned devote their attention entirely to the institution and All the necessary arrangements have been made for educating Young men of the most approved principles. The course of studies includes an English and classical department and is extensive enough toi prepare students for the Junior class in the Best colleges. Strict attention will be Given to the Comfort manners and morals Oft be pupils and they Yob enjoy j the advantages of a literary society a Library and a philosophical apparatus. A very Small or backward boys Are no received. Nor will any be permitted to remain who Are either immoral indolent or unwilling to form habits of diligent study. On theother hand we invite Young men character and studious desire a Good education to fit themselves for business or for teaching and especially pious Young men preparing for ministry Whoso presence and a finance to highly appreciate. A a. Teems Tho classical department. $12.00, per session of five month senior English department $10.00 per session of five months Junior English depart ment. $8.00. Per session of five months. It tuition fees must be paid m Advance. Roots and boarding will be thu rushed by respectable private families at $2.00 per week. The sessions commence on the first Mon Dayof-Mayandbf-november.1 a. Rey. J. E. Alexander. Principal. Ill la j. V. Meurk. A. 0o.ktral Academy at airy View Tuscarora Altay. Juniata county. A one fourth c a mile from the Perry Shiue station of Pennsylvania Rai Road. At i. Ltd. The summer session will commence on monday the �6th of april whole expense a pet session of Twenty two weeks for Board. Room. Tuition was Lungard inc2dentalm.$o5. Ablo one Holf Jna Beauco. A a a _ . ,.,., Wilson. Mar lev principal and . Pittsburgh water cure Stab Ilish mint located at Haysville station on the Pittsburgh. It. Wayne and Chicago Railroad and Ohio River ten Miles West of the cite. This institution combines for the successful treatment and completer Bure . We would especially invite the attention7 of females Rhodi amp be suffered for years and. Have almost despaired of Ever finding Relief to our. Establish ment we can recommend this institution to female suffer Erst with great Confidence our Long experience in diseases Peculiar to their sox. To have had an almost uniform sub est we any further information to those who desire 16. Address sox 1304. Pittsburgh. A. Joseph Hurford. A _ap21 of h Reasti my a Phy Arians a Ard the of the r ame Ftp Gay a a tract society embrace Standard evangelical a works suitable to All Ages. Adapted to individuals families pastors and sunday schools depository no. 929 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia. Je7-ly_-�.ti.-j saving fun if five per cent interest National safety Trust com Pany . South Weet Comer of third. I Hila. Incorporated by Yux state of pin syly an a Money is received in any sum Large or Small and interest paid from the Day of Deposit to Tho Day of withdrawal. The office is open every Day from 0 o clock m the morning till 5 of clock in the afternoon i and it on monday and thursday evenings till 8 of clock. A in Hon Henry l Bender president. 1. Robert 8elfrldge, Pic president. Wlliam to. Rehb Secretary. Of. A Money is7 received and payment made daily without Otloe. A a a r>.,�?� a it it it. It a it. The investments Are made i n real estate mortgages ground rents and such first class securities re the ,. -.1 a �?Ta23-ly n new and enlarged edition i the Odd red Sandstone or. I a a a new walks in an old Field. To. Which is appended a1 Senes of geological papers Reed la fore the Royal physical society of Edinburgh. By Hugh Miller hl.d., a a foot Plata of Tho creator a a. A new improved and. Enlarged edition. 12mo. Cloth. $125 the Jiow matter in this Oditz on consists of about Ono Hundred pages on the following subjects geological evidences in favor of revealed religion on. The ancient Gray wacko rocks o Scotland on the red Sandstone Marble and Quartz deposits of assent on the corals of the Oolitic system of Scotland 0n the Fossiliferous Dep its of Scotland the volume embraces also four additional plates several new cuts Anil an appendix of new notes new engravings of Tho previous illustrations have also been made. A this admirable work evinces Talent of the highest order a deep and healthful moral of Eolius a perfect command of the finest language and a Beautiful Union of philosophy and poetry a profi Benj. Silliman a Lex a v a emr. Millers work to a beginner is Worth a thousand didactic treatises a sir Roderick Murchison. A a altogether possess my for a rational Reader an interest Superior to that of a Pye Smith . I know not a More fascinating volume inane Branch of . A. Mauteel la d. New editions of the author a a other a frocks vis it my schools ,?�?T.4footprints of the creator a testimony of the and a first impressions of England a to a now be had either separately 01 m uniform sets. Il.�, our Little ones. In heaven. Edited by the author of a Tho Well stones a Etc., Etc. S -18mo. Cloth �?T150 cents n it this Little volume contains a Choice collection of pieces in Aveiao and prose on Tho death and future Happ Fiess of Young children. Among the authors of Tho pieces Are Longfellow Wordsworth Ben Jonson James Russel Lowell. , Tennyson Bryant,.saxe, t. H. Bayly Whittier Nehemiah Adams a sir William Temple Jeremy Taylor Sprague,.gerald1 Massey m. Moc. Mr8sqnfchey. H. Of Gould. Or Watts or. J. M. A on Willis Pierpont French of Stoddord mrs.5 Stowe Robert Burns ac., amp of an introductory article from the pen of or. Gaming of a London presents a general View of arguments on which the protestant Church rests the doot Rinn of infant salvation Iii. Truths for. Tneia times. By Nehemiah Adams d a Quot it a number Ira a a a a a reasonableness of future. I Pless punish. V ment. I.-4 a a a a a to . Quot Quot instantaneous conversion and its Conn sex. Ion Witk piety. A .-.1rat and Forb Tilza. A just motion audits consequences. A a a. It re prior in cents each. Vii i 1 Gould amp Lincoln 59 Wshington Street Boston. just received j fail to Smittl English amp co., k. Booksellers and importers 1 no 40 North sixth Street Philadelphia. ,8 Ittai Ardih atthe a Jeanua completing one of tbs it most precious books for the spiritual i enter Bretn on of to e gospels a Archd Papov h re App tier to brings it therl pc Postum of on lord s Dis sound learning a vigorous understanding and a., a Fink discernment but what is better. Be brings Aiso a a devout mind and a Habl of thou tit Ltd Pir Tui a and deferent a a to the . Christendom. Vol 4 of the translation of Bengels Gnomon of the new testament. Also a fresh Supply of the 1st and 2d Volu ipe. Foote s lectures on. The gospel of Luke. edition. J2 vols. A to full . ,. A it it. Hackett a commentary on the acts. A now edition rep Vised and enlarged. A it Reid s goo cited. Wrings. With Hamiton a note and dissertations. Flu con Tauv an Large assortment 4of standards and Raro theological Sale at Low prices. A Complete rat Tringue furnished Nuon application. Quot mys in Fly Naddeh it Ita Kkt Street. Pit Taborga. Dealers in Wate Heff. Jewelry in it pm , so

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