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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - March 21, 1855, Cincinnati, OhioSmoked of go is and Ilmet he could not possibly conceive with what kind of conscience they could act thus when they Kne god flt or their conduct they must give an account to the sum thus vested would be amply sufficient to support two missionaries in Rev. Rhelps observe to that he did not look Toh co merely As a luxury it its uses and him Good lie moved to Lay the whole mat the Tabic which prevailed not More than then upon Dot term to five \ i in a our in the . Hop Wall go said that he could not see How any d. R it it of the conference could assert that the Chew co it lid Himi Good. I run frence adjourned on the 16th. Appoint a i re 4 Wesleyan both of the conference and Reform is Are starting i subscription for the family of i u urfa Long the movement on the re a writer in the Wesleyan time says a tin science of Medicine instead a \. I n r s 4i re 4 1 1w&c j. There can be Little doubt he would have it int of professional greatness diet regard i love i in from soft 11 t co and Fortune. Burning Howe resisted the love of Gold is ing property in his ministerial a the idiom but Las Seraphic spirit was he could truly say like another Apos Oid Hake 1 none the consequence is Guiont three daughters and two sons be Jota of Iris solicitude and love 1 i i 4 4 in the English House of lords on Friday evening by lord Clarendon and in the commons by lord Palmerston producing the most intense excitement surmises were afloat that he was Assassin All friends of that cause in giving it circulation without being Able to give them any compensation for their efforts except in the single Case that follows ministers of the gospel who order Twenty or More red but it a thought he died of apoplexy after copies a a a a Rdv no 10 Lluc full owing ��9.Are entitled to la a. -1, a y one additional conv Gratis. Copy Gratis the sunday school advocate is published on the second and fourth saturday of each month by Carlton it pc Phillips 2u�o Mulberry Street new York and Swormstedt it pc Poe Cincinnati. Orders for the paper May be directed to either Carlton it pc Phillips i cd York Swormstedt it pc Poe Cincin an attack of influenza Llis illness was known in England before the news of his death arrived and also the fact that his physicians Given him up. The effect which the event produced upon political affairs was not known of course when the Africa sailed news Only reached London the evening previous. The expectations of peace were stronger in England. The peace conference was to open at Vienna on the 5th instant. Prussia seemed More in 0f october or the first of april the beginning or Middle favor of the allies. A of the volume. # the War advices from the Crimea Are of the All packages of five or More Are sent to the Addre to same Tenor As heretofore. On the night of the of some individual or society. Ii such cases names Nati j. w. Doughty Chicago or j. P. Magee Boston. Payment to be made strictly in Advance. All subscriptions to commence either with the first 13t.h the russians made a sortie. In another night Are written upon the several papers. Persons sortie on the 15th, the French lost thirty five. On the 15th the condition of the French was reported excellent. It was rumoured Sevastopol would be invested on the North Side. Admiral brat telegraphs the following a a Kama Schway february 20th. A on the 17th instant Eup Atoria was attacked on the Eastern Side with seventy pieces of artillery and six regiments of cavalry under general Kortiff subscribing should therefore make arrangements for the proper distribution of the papers on the arrival of the package. Single copies or copies sent to individuals $0 50 per an. 5 10 do. Sent to one address. 2 00 do. . . 3 00 do. For All numbers Over ten sent to one address thirty cents per volume. to be made quarterly or regu Larrv in Advance. Within the states of new York and Ohio a a Quarter Ous o a n f lit. Prec. I their a Way through a rugged world ii Era get pittance of some forty pounds a year nes annuitant fund and even this is a a a u. I u lit 4 4 mrs. Beaumon it 4 see it stated that professor e. W. Merrill of St. In in s fall Minnesota Tell Ivory and late of the mich., was drowned recently in at that a i i Dpi River near St an ,. ,. . L or a cent per number. An l twelve regiments of infantry consisting of to All 0ther Lacusi and fir m do Tancy a within the Twenty five thousand men under Osten Saken. United states Sun cent per number. From five of clock in the morn till ten of clock. The russians were rigorously repulsed. The turks eighty eight killed two Hundred and fifty wounded and lost seventy horses. Selim Pasha and colonel Ruston Bav were killed and eighteen French were killed on shipboard during the engagement. The attack was not renewed by the russians. Michigan and Iowa lass than Ona twentieth of the same class Are illiterate. If the entire population of the free and slave states Are taken into the account the contrast would be still More unfavourable to the slave Hansen an eminent German astronomer written to professor airy of London in which he mentions a discovery that the Center of Gravity in the Moon does not coincide by several Miles with the Center of its figure and that therefore although that Side of the Moon which is always turned toward us presents the appearance of a parched rugged and broken surface the opposite Side May to very different and even suitable for the residence of beings similar to those on the Earth. Or. Bolton husband of mrs. Sarah t. Bolton the poetess of Indiana Baen appointed Consul to be been burned. The wooden sleepers of Batavia Road it a expected that the at alight line Railroad from Evansville i pm were burning and travel been expended. On the a a Camden railway a Large number of houses been ered Liat a Tarai resource Are abundant and the soil about per. A Young minister who will connect himself with the Indiana conference will be preferred or a Man with a Small family. For further information address colonel Fellows or. W. Freeland or Peter vans like Bloomfield to. Lialas Forbes. Bloomfield. /�., March 1, 1855. Already destroyed and the fire was still sweeping Over the country. The Telegraph poles been All burned Down for Miles thereby cutting off All communication. On the South Carolina Road the Woods on both sides of the track were burning and a train loaded with Cotton a Ai took fire and was consumed. Near Gadsden the Road go a a a a a a Vio a a it us much. A i. In a attn. If a1&Quot auk a h1183�?T Ornen j. Graham a. Greene a. Gilbert w. Good Jiow. A is Row r ii Aneya j he no j a Hull Yea w. Hancock w. L. Henderson a e. Hamilton 8. N 5a,viei�? re a yeri.5 Horlocker j. Haley b. G. Hull a. Principal wanted. Hammond hopi Ita Olf Tunoa ,4� 1 Fri 1 i a m of to take charge of As or widest a Risic itself to As on fire 111 Many places rile Woods were Seminary of learning located in a most pleasant Village in a also on fire on the Greenville Road. A dispatch from a of int Nib the place of its location Abingdon Knox county Iii., is a flourishing place of some eight Hundred Charleston says a tremendous Gale swept Over the coun j inhabitants easy of acc eat by Railroad from any Point in the West i Ledding collegiate Seminary every thing necessary to secure Success and a Bright future no doubt awaits the the Savannah papers received by i Enterprise. Any one wishing such a Post As the above will please direct their communications to the undersigned Abingdon Knox county 111. C. Swarts i gent sledding collegial Seminary. Try a few Days since helping to spread the fire with fearful rapidity. Mail say the Pine Woods were on fire Between that City and Macon. The railway was in great danger and the Cotton trains ceased running. About the same Neva Aud now mra. Bolton will lava a Choca of Gath lib a be a scat fire raging in the Woods Between ering poetical inspiration by daily looking at and climbing the Alps. A duo Decimo volume containing tha principal speeches delivered by John b. Gough the great of Arch 8th, in the Temperance orator appeared from the London press. Millville and Malaga Penn Aud hundreds of acres have been burned Over. William Poole a native american got into a diff correction. In publishing my last communication the word missing was substituted for misery. The sentence ought to have read a a i am not one of those old men always Breeding Over misery s egf8-�?� Jacob you no. Emerey o., March a 185s. ,444? 4 41 i i cd e Rani pi90opal Church South. He f 1.1 if a 14-4 a a 4 i in us a of the Church South re i tin press at Nashville t�nn.,the life a Oor Respondence of heeler second dispatch. A leu Patria february 21st. A since the affair of the 17th the russians have not made any new attempt on Eup Atoria Many villages in the neighbourhood of Simpher pol Are still in flames. More guns have been landed and additional forces Are building defences. Us i t a a 4. I 1,1 i 14 l h if to it a de most is a commander of Steamer i for letters say the Battle consisted mainly in n heavy fire of artillery under cover. The russians made an attempt to carry the town by Storin. Prussia seems to be making attempts to a Omo to for the Western Christian advocate. Dedicatory. The East Springfield Chapel Lagrange circuit North Indiana conference was on Sabbath february 25th, dedicated by Rev. J. Colclazer presiding elder of Goshen District. This Beautiful Chapel is the largest and neatest on Tho circuit. Before the services commenced Over $220, More than the indebtedness were donated and pledged. The society is Small but in a very prosperous condition. Infidelity in the form of spiritualism is yielding to the simple truths of the gospel. J. A. Beswick. I in tie tue on prayer father a a Leader the hebrew Mission Rev. J. Crts d. D., consisting of of to Judi a Side Floweres by i in understanding with Tho Western Powers. I nerd Intel Lime. >�?�4� is if i 11 a 44 t l r iry it,1&Quot> 1 methodism or christianity a three volumes Are original while a Are Mere republications. We it is Ciuco the dedication of a Milt it Church eighth Street St. C Parsons. It Aji pears that Eili fice. I f which Rev. Robert Young is i r i a 41 01 be a. V if Beligio is. An official in the corre�,.ondent of Vienna 8av3 a 4 a a a a a writing to the Bigg Hanpton n. A a draft of a general treaty been prepared a Standard from Manet Ohio the following curing the integrity of Turkey preventing future ant vouches for r As strictly True encroachments of individual Powers and Guaran a methodist Clergyman who been Labouring in teeing the rights of the members of All Christian his Vicinity was not Long since preaching to his peo denominate in a in Turkey and this will to Consul Power of the apostles Over the cred at the conference. Demoniac spirits of the a Day. As he was Pur Siig ,. ,. To. His theme the audience were suddenly started by a All the plenipotentiaries arrived at Vienna to a. Air Stanwix Coffee House new York Aud was shot dead _. By a pistol in the hands of a Man named Baker. On Putnam s Maga me bin old for $12,000 but sunday it March 11th, the funeral of Poole took place l continue under the. Am. Editorial management a Here new York City and the procession was the largest Aud to fore. Lle Modi imposing that Eer took place in that City. Post office address. The Post offis address of Rev. R. Prather of the South easter Indiana son Serenco is Larou Coburg la. General Houston written a life of himself and the Hearse Wau drawn by four horses. Over the co it a new York firm will publish it in april. Foreign. Was placed the american Flag. On each Side of the Kip Hearse were four Laurel wreaths looped with Black. On either Side appeared the words uttered by Poole a by the Steamer Pacific we have Date to Hort tune before he expired Quot i die a True february 27th. Another change taken place in the British Cabinet. Gladstone Herbert and Graham fifty five carriages and six thousand men were in the procession. Baker the murderer of or. Poole on information wanted or Seth Matthews who is about Twenty two years of age Lias dark hair and Blue eyes is Over six feel High and when walking Stoops a Little Forward with his eyes fixed on the a round. He a running sors of several years standing on Iii left Side. The last information that i bad of him he was in the state of Missouri above the Mouth of the Missouri River on Iii Way to St. Louis. He belonged to the methodist episcopal Church and a letter of membership with him. Address Histher Mooresville Morgan county a. Had resigned because Roebuck a motion to appoint a at urday March 10th, got of Board the big Isabella committee to inquire into the management of the War bound for grand Canary Liand 5,.>u0 Miles was carried. Subsequently the Cabinet was re mod from new Yorki bul seventy three hours after the it led but the sane men Are in except that lord 8 a steam vessel was put on her track and John Russell is in again As colonial Secretary. The bumppo a edit Wal overhaul and capture Baker celebrated Joseph Hume is dead. The Vienna peace a Citer nent in new York is he tense beyond description. F conference was to be opened in a few Days. All Par the Steamer Illinois with advices from san Francisco ties expressed a Strong desire for peace. It been to the 16th Ultimo arrived at new York March 13th. Officially Auno suced from the Crimea that on the 17th she brings $1,160,000 in Gold on freight and three of february the russians under general Liprandi Hundred passengers. She sailed from Aspinwall on the forty thousand Strong with seventy guns attacked 2d, and in the Gulf passed several War steamers the turkish forces at Eup Atoria under the command of guided slates Steamer Fulton arrived at Aspinwall on Omar Pasha. The Battle lasted four hours and the the 1st, on a cruise Westward. Business was better at russians to retire finally leaving upon the Field san Francisco though no rain of consequence fully two thousand in killed and wounded. Affairs yet fallen in the Interior. The legislature still con before Sevastopol remained unchanged. It was Toufi tinted to ballot for a senator at intervals. The fiftieth Stern Book a ont trn. All Uio i Teui Uuk a in an Veu a 4 Lenua to a a be Fri pm the Concre Eatrou Dei Randiuk in a Imlf-Quer-.rocmi.4 of me a Aie 01 except lord John Russell. Notwithstanding rus-1 Ulous a half authoritative tone a a Why Don t preachers it a it Ripen in St. Louis and that i Siam a professions of a desire for peace the a prepare a red the whole thing and never tons for War were going on with increased a vigor. The German papers mention the capture by Public to help except of the Day of Dedi do such things nowadays a in an instant every Eye in the House was turned upon the individual who the effrontery thus to invade the sacredness of their Ltd ibo 4�?~t. advocate and the Gwo a. Of the strongest turkish fortress in Asia a �?~mtn7"o�kr paused for me it Ltd ii a i Extension in St. Louis inor. I penetrating craze full upon 4 i 4 4 1 Kiev cd t the a waste of so at 1. Be re get that not the Best of Feol i. Ini to thu to t a Hren there. P a id Row sailed from this port a says the ant. Except that the Earl of Carlisle been appointed Viceroy of Ireland the British ministry remained the same As reported by the Pacific. The proceedings in parliament were Uhi port a moment and fixed his penetrating gaze full upon the face of the questioner there was an interval of intense silence broken at last by the speaker in resuming his subject. He not proceeded far with his remarks before he was again interrupted by the same important inquiry. Gaititi he paused for a time and again resumed his subject. Not 1 1.11 114 1 i a a u the steamship Empire a debate occurred in the House of Lordi on act a Mil with a silent rebuke our redoubtable questioner Tim l it id t if i 4 4,1 i hit episcopal Visita knowl edging the loyalty of Canada and the other a a mantled again a a he Don t the p St., Andrew a a Quot a a a a a a i i to a preachers do such colonies but no action was taken. The la Diego repository. It vat a to and . Ski Ted by . W. Clark d. Volume Xiv. 1855. The numbers of this volume will be issued promptly the first vhf each month and simultaneously at Cincinnati by Sworm Wiedt so Poe new Vork by Carlton so Phillips Chicago by w. Doughty Boston by j. 1. Magee tax fifteenth volume of this valuable arid popular Modt lil it will commence with january ld5s. The forthcoming volume will possess attractions As Well As Sterling value beyond am of its predecessors. The Large increase of patronage during the present year induced the publishers to enlarge us Stork by the addition of sixteen pages so that each number vill contain sixty four double pages Royal Octavo. In 1841 the first volume of this Magazine was published each number containing Only thirty two pages it was printed on comparatively Ordinary paper and Only four engraving inserted for the year. In 1855 the fifteenth volume will contain double that pm meet of pages it will be printed on the finest calendered paper in Superb style and be embellished with at least Twenty four Superb original steel engravings beside an engraved title Page. And yet it will be published1 at the same Price. We shall have also a new engraving for the cover Aud a set of entirely new Type on which it will be printed. engravings published in this Magazine Art All original the designs being selected by the editor Aud the engravings made expressly for its use. In the Superior order of its engravings the repository will continue to maintain itt position in Advance of every other Magazine in the country. Large number of the Best writers in the sailed and shipping wan arriving at both place i i Australia Market improved for bread stuffs and of Outry will contribute to its pages. With such writers a it. Bishop Morris Rev. Or. Thomson Rev. Or. Curry mrs. L. Sigourney Hannah f. Gould Alice Cary Virginia f. Tow end. Rev. Or. Floy . J. T. 1 Eck Rev. Wise run. R. Barr of England and Many others All of whom will Emple a their pens More or less to enrich the forthcoming volume of the repository its pages can not Lack either variety interest or advices from the City of Mexico to the 18th Ultimo value. Chop Cje selected Best English literary and religious magazines Are Recei Ved at the office and Choice selections Wili be made from them As Well As from other literary sources and for tins department the present enlargement will fiord More ample room. Private squabbles in the Cabinet. It was also believed approach of Alvarez and that lie sent All he could a a Quot Quot to to will be enlarged a a a a a a 1ii Tad Enri Cuen during the year. Iron sixteen to eighteen Meek will be devoted to it and it will possess toil owing am other characteristic in a. P. Ingals. Mjg a a tjothrv7�?T Jahras so r b Johmson n. Jot non in. J. John l. Johnson. W. Johnson. T4k�?og i a if needy h h l Kirtland d. Kemp a w. H. Drop j. A Rehiel y. Katter j. Kiger i. Kemper p. Kuhl l. Runs j. Kempf j. F. King c. W. Ketchik h. Koble j. Ruling. c. Al. Lawton. Lake h. J. Lacey r. Lawrence. T. Loyd j. Q. Lakin d. P. Lyon l. Lee p. Lyon V. Lemon j. 8. Lytle a. Long w. Loque 8. Lynch r. Lawrence j. Land Street w. E. Loyd. My a. M Mas ter j. Magley mrs. S. M Patrick j. Matlock j. Mason j. M Cutcheon c. Muth. 8. Mower. J. Miller e. Mabee e. T. Meara a. Meharry p. Molling w. My con Nell j. Mason r. W. My Farland w. H. M Chetock w. H. Metts a. Morton. J. M Cleiland e. Mabee j. M Dowell a Morris j. C. Medsker m. Mahin. Or. Oldfield w. Owen. Pm mrs. E. R. Routis w. Pallett c. Powell h. 1. Purk Hetser a Parsons b. R. Prather h. Payton g. Parrott w. S. Paul m. G. Purkhiser j. Preston r. Parkinson t. Polk. . Quarry . Res. H. Rhodes e. E. Rose. Ridgely 3. C. Riker k. Roe l. Reggaro. J. Robinson e. Raymond 8. C. Rickey. W. R. Kistler p. Randall j. A. Robinson d. Rutlidge t. F. Royal to. Redkey j. L. Read 3, s. Royer a. Robinson h. Rammel. 8�?s. Ii. Stoel p. Schmucker t. J. N. Simmons mrs. Nancy Teaman f. A. Sale 8. Smith g. W. Stafford Smith Brothers a co., s. Sheeks a. J. Stewart w. Stargill. C. Spencer l. A. Smith l. Shelby j. A. Starlard amp. Shinn. W. Smith 8. A. Sinclair w. Stevenson 2, t. Stabler b. Smith l a. Smith w. Sampson a. Scott w. Summersides. J. Stallard ii. 8., Sellman i. I. Stewart j. L. Stock w. Sutton d. T. Been w. W. Snyder c. W. Swain no. 1u, e. Sayre. To a. O. Thomas f. A. Timmons l. Taft 2, m. A. Turner j. J. Thompson c. Thees. N. Taylor c. Thomas e. G. Tucker no ii. Taylor i. H. Tagge l. To her too. M a Warren Anderson in co., ii. Wilkens jr., l. White k. Wilcox n. Wilson w. L. Wilson w. Webster d. Williamson j. H. White j. Williams e. Westlake e. G Wood r. Watson e. T. Webster t. H. Webb b. F. Wilson. S. Walker Vav. Webster j. Or. White g. G. West. J. R. Weist w. F. Wheeler k. U. Winans j. Wheeler. Webster g. W. Wag goner p. Wallace. _ no name mailed Cohan Isburg i. Feb. 28, 1855 if our correspondents expect to see their communications on siness acknowledged in the letter list they should direct them to Swormstedt in Poe. If not addressed to a we can not e responsible. We also respectfully request our German Brethren Invar a it by o address All letters containing any business matter whatever a specially remittances to Swormstedt a Poe. Yea. York. T. Young j. Young Dently reported that lord Raglan resigned and that lord Lucan been recalled. The weather in ballot was taken on the 15th ult., resulting As follows Gwin 41 Edwards 36 Rotain 15 Brodrick 12 and England continued very severe and great riota scattering 5. Dates from Honolulu to the 27th of Luke place at Loudon and Liverpool in consequence january say that the annexation negotiations ceased of the distress which prevailed among the working by order of the King. Class. The weather changed Whan the Pacific dates from Melbourne to november 11th Bay that the i i Iii Famid i Lealta on leaving Rig the 21st taut Ken appointed a Nati a Foj self complacency Drew himself up pompously in ills seat which greatly improved business and gave employment Domestic produce. The Gold fallen off of the labourers. The general impression in England three Hundred and ninety nine thousand ounces in nine Iva that the Palmerston Cabinet fallen to pieces months Aud could not be remodeler permanently. It is stated that the of or. Roebuck s measure was Only i represent Santa Anna daily losing and Alvarez gain i in ostensible satire of the resignation of Graham in ground. It is said Santa Anna holds several steam i lad Stone Aud lie Betl mul that the real cause Waers ready to receive him and his friends on the near pm ate squabbles in the Cabinet Luas also believed approach of Alvarez Aud that he sent All he could a u in to Houck part would not in get satisfied till it of t be even my i�0d dollars he got frug a the United Pink m in Trail impeached lord us a a it a. A a Al t Lac my a Ong Book forwarded up to March 17. R. Stevenson 1 Box care j. R. Drury Burlington Lawrence county s. Advance. J. Ii Moer 1 Box tar u. My a inns 35 comp stir it new Orisons item oat William Noble. A. Carroll \ package care m j owe i a co., Portsmouth Ohio per s. Scioto no. 2. J. A. A who a or John Bray kq., care j. K c. Of Neal Steubenville Ohio per i. St. Clair. If. Rehm 1 package care wharf boat Sunfish Ohio per s. Keystone state. C. G. Fri Tach 1 package Cut a i a. Wuesch Marietta. a b. St. Clair. A. C. Boyers 1 package care wharf boat Maysville s. Boat Rooue. Norman Allyn 2 boxes mount a Vernon Ilioiu Oil Caie Railroad l Tiger in Cairo 111., and Railroad agent cent gig 111 a a per s. South America. Mabee 1 package care m Dowel k co., Portsmouth Ohio per s. Scipp no. 2. T. Coria to. 1 package C. L. Foote 1 package care sex office Wellington. 0. 8. T. Cooper 1 package Richmond a. 8. Wunderlich i package Cau Andover a a. , 1-package, Pendleton a. F. A. Timmins 1 Box care run Dali. Aston amp Long Columbus 0. J. W. White 1 package care e. J. Cornell Columbus Ohio Carlton so Phillips 7 Boxer 20�o Mulberry Street new York j. P. Magee 2 boxes. No. 5 Cornhill Oston mass. J. Koth Wailer i package 76, Prospect Street ?Veland,0. P. P. Ingalls 1 package Zanesville Ohio All per american express company. N. Ii. Phillips one package Windsor ia., care express agents Morristown station la. F. Kapphan one package Sandusky City W. 11. Kistler one package Clyde Ohio a. York one package Plymouth Richland county Ohio s. Fant one package care postmaster Republic Seneca county Ohio All per United states express. J. F. Finch one package icare jellies 6c co.,Lancaster, Otto s. Haeckel one package Pennsburg Montgomery county. Penn. 1. J. N. Simmons one package cars j. Harbert Richmond 0., and j. R. Alston Chui Lothe 0. Jones k Hester one pack Jfe care j. A. Mann Moujir Vernon in Osey county �?All Pur a Dirini amp co i express. Darius Bunth one Book Mercer Mercer county Pennsylvania s. Mower one package Ion Ohio i Ciper fenced great i. Sci pure Caouet stress May lie county Vav a a no of Obj to Pavso a Vav Uulu aids . A Comstock oat package Liberty Hull we let a a Mason Cue package Council a Iii ult a 1 we re gift up to tint Point a county la. Jew i i out package Rivau la. Jolgui a i �?T.,11 i a t Ilia i Ami walked deliberately to the Pew where the Anterro the disturbance at London and Liverpool hid orator sat and fastening one hand firmly upon the cd the dates from Havana Cuba Are were re. I. W. Ellis Srnel family it a. T. W. Moore and family from a been quelled and matters were again quiet. I i r 4 4 i a t j to to Panama. Last Earl Lucan publishes a convincing letter addressed to lord Raglan exonerating himself from 1,44 f i Omri sailed via Nica meets on the 17th of \ 11 t of i i i i a i win f i ill Tan 11 Mil i in the City of new Oreach. W. R. Hill May be found i Cellany of this week i and the children and i 1 u44 Iliavi Ritj a taste of life never All blame in the fatal cavalry charge at Balaklava. The Paris Moni eur announces the a Cess of a French frigate with troops in the Straits of Boni Facia and All on boards upward of six a Hundred persons perished. The sardinian Chambers voted iries. C 5th x p he h of r l. They la not meet again. A narrow Stream. God Grant. A i Hie g a he christians a heaven where and the slavery bolstering professor of 1 Nal Onver Hunt and devour i. V Fri Ajo Ano congregational Churchell. A Nule Nih of the Boston congregation a weeks Pat discussing the question cry ing in the pulpit. In that Piaper of write a a of exact a 4 1 4 h an i k 1 character following and this Short piece Pictou position on the first Page us he liner in capital letters of a crying in the a is betimes want to cry in the pulpit but if in come the Are opened and 1 it m a like a baby and of course preaching ceases. .1 1 do a at the risk of being Imper t run we will a a tear comes i y to pastor make a Strong Effort when not to a a boo Hoo like a baby a but like a Man and thus you will a com i 0 in making the heart of your congregation a than any sermons Ever have or Ever can. A re gym it Athy will be awakened which will breaker a it Fountain of the heart and Roll its wave i t me. By e u hardened spirit. Demosthenes says for the suppression of monasteries dates from Long Kong to january 1 been received. The insurgents hold can ton and they the whole command of the River their Fleet having gained several victories Over the Imperial Fleet and consequently supplies were Cut off and All kinds of provisions especially Rice was rising rapidly. A fight took place at Khampoa Anchorage in presence of the american Iii i English ships of War and several of the foreign shipping we Ere damaged by the guns of the belligerents. The English and american commissioners drawn a line around the factories and notified both parties that no hostilities will be permitted to take place within it. Dates from Shanghai to Tho 1st of january say a difficulty occurred Between the insurgents and authorities at Shanghai and the French whereupon the French Admiral with two vessels bombarded the City which no doubt eventually to surrender or was taken by storm. The insurgents met with some reverses East of Pekin. Lar of Iii coat the other upon the Walt awl of i unmentionable lifted him Square out of thereat and bore him Clown the aisle to the Entrance. Pausing for a moment there he turned his Eves upon his audience and in a Clear fall voice said a a and they cart out the Devil in the form of a distiller a and Sui Liing the action to the word out went the Knight of the Mah tub a la leap Frog Faniion into the Street. 1�?The Good a for quietly returned to his desk and completed is discourse. After closing the services i he was passing out of the Church the outcast distiller with an officer of the Law escorted our clerical Friend to the office of a in amp Gist rate. To answer for an assault upon the per it Orff said Shtiller. After hearing the Case the magistrate Dis i sed the Clergyman and after roundly reprimanding the complainant fined him for molesting the services of the Sanctuary. Since that Day we believe he never for a moment doubted the Power of methodist preachers to cat out devils at least within the limits of the Ohio conference. In our a general miscellany a of this week May be seen a Short biographical notice of the great Arneri to Stop the a amp a but will Complete bin Mission to the Vienna conference. It was rumoured that lord Raglan was offered and would accept a seat in the Cabinet. The Earl of Carlisle is the new Viceroy to Ireland a or. Lewis an untried mania Chancellor of the exchequer. The members of the government express Strong Hope that tia negotiations at Vienna will Lead 10 peace although ail Europe was preparing for War. Louis Napoleon seems in Earnest about going to the Crimea and publicly expressed his determination to leave for the feet of War immediately but England and Austria advise him to stay at Home. It was reported that Russia declared War i sort a that he gone to meet Advarez and to execute i the news is not important. The Steamer Al Dorado arrived at Havana of the 8ih, from Aspinwall and reported having been fired into twice by the Spanish frigate ter Olona and compelled to Stop and exhibit her paper. One shot struck the water about Twenty Yards from the Bow of the Steamer and the other passed immediately Over the wheelhouse. U we have news from the City of Mexico to March 3d. Santa Anna a gone to the South with his troops leaving Only fifteen Hundred behind him. The official paper says he a gone to the Baths but it was Ruli. Mirror of Apo them wit repartee and and Chota. Against Sardinia. Tuscany joined the Western Powers but it seems Naples not. At the Battle a coup d eat. A severe Shock of an earthquake occurred at the cite on the 28th ult. The editor s table will be a miscellany in itself. To meet the additional expense incurred by these efforts to make the repository stand in the Van of the monthlies we earnestly Appeal to the Friend of the repository and to Friend of pure literature in every place to help. Nut remit the Money for your subscription immediately but please show a number of the repository to your neighbors Aud friends and invite them to subscribe. dollars per volume invariably in Advance. A Swormstedt so Fob Public there. Of idly Ohio i. W. Walker one pack be Lio Neville la., care ill a oort so Otto pomeroy1, Pearl Brett. J. W. Keely to stage office. E. V. Madison House. 11. Ii inlay sent to Buchana Ohio per s. Aleghe Angels sent to United a Ives care wharf Mast a me package Mays ill Ahan one package to e package Brookville Indiana nut ing one package care or. Vanden at Swallow one package care s. Loll is. W. Stivers one package Fontroy y. C. In. Boyden one trunk care d. Tat Shotel. Ann c. Pelham two pack a Maysville Kentucky a a. J. 8uni.b, per s. Kenton. R. Cal Isa Kentucky per s. Cincinnati. Just from the press. History of the great secession from the methodist episcopal Church in the year js-15, event rating in the organization of the new Church entitled the a a methodist episcopal Church by Rev. Charles Elliott d. I. It it a Royal Octavo of 604 pages double Coli ans. Price $2.50. With the usual discount to wholesale purchasers. Between the talks and russians at Eup Atoria the i at the state election in new Hampshire on the 13th russian Force is said to have been five thousand Supe instant while about three Hundred persons were ballot rior to the turkish. Lord John Russell published ing in the town Hall Meredith the floor gave Way an address to his constituents defining i position precipitating the multitude a distance of eighteen feet and casting himself into their hands As a candidate for Over one Hundred persons their Bones broken and new work. New and extensive analytical examination in of the elements of mental science. By Rev Moses Smith. A. On Sale for the author. Price $1, with the usual discount to wholesale purchasers. V freights a regular Pittsburg 2uc. I 1u�o can infidel 1 Giornas i Aine from the pen of Grant Thor a a renewal 0f their Confidence. On the i9th ult. The died of their wounds. Bum an a i associate and companion of i Aine i Queen signed the North american fisheries Bill. A recently published. Lectures on tiie beatitudes. By re. George c Crum. Up. 235, 12mo. Price co cents with the usual discount to wholesale purchasers. Would have me weep begin the Strain i a ,11 feel your sorrows feel your a the spirit a is an apostolic Al injunction Irit of weeping should come upon you or the for the Western Christian advocate. The tract cause. To the ministers of the Cincinnati annual conference. A Quot dear Brethren a permit me to say that All the Money you collect for the tract cause should be sent directly to my credit As your agent. This is necessary in order to retain the funds for the Benefit of our conference society. I am Labouring to introduce and sustain a system of col Portage in our Bounds which hitherto been done at a heavy personal pecuniary sacrifice As it taken nearly from the pen of or. Trio Burn who is now aged eighty two year and who resides at Winsted connect the Ohio state journal says Congress by a Reso convention Between great Britain and the Sublime Lution restored to mrs. Hinton the property she lost by Porte for the enlistment of a turkish contingent the conduct of her husband Osbu Hinton. This cer i j Picut we have the following additional item written i been segue to. An interesting debate arose in Parlia mainly will be Good news to her and her children and forwarded us under Date of a a muted i on Recti j ment upon the question of going into committee on the ,77 a cd the n0,�?~�?� a for �11 of my collections to pay 7�r Colarte a cd to Supply them with tracts for gratuitous distribution a therefore need every Dollar which you May be is god i Well Baptist church�8. I 4 4 4 Fri \ i i 1 till i a lift l minutes of the pentium. Cap Bly t0t col act and 8en1d l Leaf be a articular in 1 1 this. I will see to it that you shall get your quota ii iffy to tip to i t k Kim ii us a in a Cut february 27, 1855 a Paine arrived from France not England in 1802 from that Day till the Day of his death in 1809, 1 done to think he was one Day sober enough to sit steady in a coach or Wagon so As to travel from new York to sing sing. There lives not a Man under the canopy of heaven who heard Felt and saw so much of this enemy of god and Man As i myself. Paine Carver and carvery a wife were natives of the same town in England. Carver and i were journeymen in the same shop he making Livorse fails i making House nails Paine boarded with Carver. Many Many Winter nights i sat in company with the three hearing them narrate the incidents of their lives. Thu 1 traced Paine from his Cradle and through life till i followed him to Iii grave. A a Man he was dishonest a liar and a beastly drunkard. Carver one of his warmest friends in infidelity and politics assured me that while he namely Paine during three years he boarded in Carver House drank two Gallons of Brandy per week. I never heard him evince any regret for publishing the a Page of he died in great horror exclaiming a a lord help lord Jem help a army estimates. Lord Palmerston contended that the sufferings of the army in the Crimea arose from physical causes beyond human control and that the sufferings City items. A me Tito was held on tuesday the 13th instant at new music Book. Inst sacred choral a Choice collection of sacred music derived from the highest sources of musical Talent both of Europe and America and adapted to it the use of worshipping assemblies in general. Together with a concise introduction to the Art of singing on a new and improved plan of Solmi nation. Prepared for the press by Rev. S. Wakefield author of a ecclesiastic Harmony a 4i american repository of sacred music a a Western Harp a Etc. Price 75 cents with the usual discount. Were not confined to the British army inasmuch a the thre of clock p. M., in the basement of the associate a and wounded of the russians reached thirty five thousand. Reformed presbyterian Church to consult on the pro lord Palmerston announced during the piety of calling a convention of christians of All debate that lord Lucan been recalled in Conse evangelical denominations to be held in this City in Quence of his differences with lord Raglan and also Mav next it for the purpose of considering what measures ought to be adopted to hasten the extinction of slavery in the United states. The attendance says the Central the right of search a urged Christian Herald was Good nearly All the evangelical a matter of necessity to prevent the importation of churches being represented and a Large number of the russian Good into England. It was deemed advisable ministers being present. After prayer by Rev. Or. A on Sale. Notes on the gospels by a. Carroll �2.50 and re a Ivel hymns and Tempe Range odes 25 cents. Twenty per cent discount for Cash and 15 on time. Made the startling announcement that compulsory measures would have to be resorted to to fill up the ranks of the service. Not to Lav before the House the correspondence Between the United states and great Britain on the internal i Unal arrangement during time of War. The weather Delotte he was called to the chair. After a full discussion it was resolved 1. That it is expedient to Call a convention As above that state of mini a k i Licen our Boun Jug that i possibly can. T 233, of payers. 193, of membership 34,111. Of it a due that i should add Tho following persons Ali Are not pastors 14 Are professors have recently become life members of the Cin a Fli or and agents 1 is a chaplain a Cannati conference tract society by the payment Rramal 2 Are evangelists 162 churches Are i Oigt Eracli eve William j. Thurbur mrs. Sarah a. Fyffe miss Mary Williams mrs. Eliza Jeffers ministry. I a a it i 1--- 1 Chirch at due Iiene x. A a a and i. Bap Kev Wllliam Peter Oesper , Rev to at.ra/4,4 1, i 1 to Nina u a non u i i. N. I t a fir Ltd. Llu to t 4� 4 i lie a i a Malden maa�., were both destroyed by Mer february 15th, the latter March 2d de to be the work of incendiaries. Loss of a do Church $3,000 of the Malden $15,000. New Yolk recorder and Register of March 7th, e Litoria on posture in prayer in the Seph Newson Hev. James Kendall Rev. William l. Hypes mrs. Louisa Harbaugh mrs. Rebecca i Halberstadt and mrs. Eliza Jane Widney. William Young. Cincinnati March 14, 1855. I /,14f1 4 44. I .4 4. I 4_ it i n i Rich the Lazy habit of sitting during prayer 70 the patrons of the sunday school and t n locate. Gulf volume notice. It 111 a j i if i of ill in terrible Hui. The editor goes in for Ive rilly or inclining the head Forward on a in a whack he ought to have argued Xhu Only periods foe commencing Are neral kneeling of the congregation m. The Crimea become moderate and the Snow suggested on the first wednesday in May next. Almost disappeared. The health of the army was bet chairman appoint a committee of seven we i ,1, .��6. �w4�p,a, its sri re Ira a a w and publish a Call for said convention. I the following gentlemen Tere appointed a a ,. I Rev. Professor Day Rev. Or. Wilson Rev. C. 3 it London quarterly renew for january a the "lll�l1 u was inferred that an assault was to be made Boynt ii by it we Ley. Coffi Rey literary vigor. Orders been received at constantinople to provide Hospital Beds for five thousand men from Best number of this work which we have seen for the 1111 Sevastopol. The Baltic Fleet for the Spring Cam past two year. Its contents Are fire and fire insure pals Quot it is to consist of fifty five War steamers carrying French and or. Joliffe. The names of Hon. Bellamy Storer and re. N. A theodicy or vindication of tub in glory. By Albert Taylor Biedsoe. Recent publications. Autobiography of Rev. J. Finley. Up. 455, i2mo. Price $ 1. of Western methodism. By Rev. A amp is in b. Finley. Up. 551, 12mo. Price $1. Divine up. 305, 8vo Price $ 1.50. T positive theology. By rey., Asbury Lowrey a. 11 i up. 333, 12mo. Price 75 cents. Of etch of the life of Rev. Philip Gatch. u Hon. John my lean la. Up. 164,16mo. Price 4u cents Aviston 9 sermons k collection of sermons by Rev. Davisson of the Cincinnati conference. Up. 227, 10mo. Price 50 Centi. A do. And �220�23 for Large . Dry s Nam inverted infidel by Scarlet. Price to cents with i a a firm at a pc use. Oak 4tk 4i.�e. It e,���l.l2. Bar a ii. 1 in re pm of a i i g x w mrwik Uay ibid Huir a i Ltd a a t a xxx n re t to a in in in a j a poor fellow last week appropriated a can of oys Ance life of Dalton atomic chemistry picture of in he 2.066 guns five of Loalma , of of. Were a Jet he consent a on life and character psychological inquiries clerical l111s a amp cd a a of mortar ships Twenty eight economics the open fireplace provident institutions steam gun boats in All one Hundred vessels. Whether Campaign in the Crimea Corsica the conduct of the Lac a us a Perot of France wil1 8� a a the Crimea or stay at is pm Atoria for a a us it aul Van Arrey Ted War we should like to present our readers with an he me it a a Natter of some uncertainty. It is said that e e 9 a con Tea and sentenced to four a Star. We Sonuia Iliae to present our readers with ail j months on the Chain Iran tint brutal and Inion item it Vul i a nuts and Othir illustrations. Edited by Johi. Abstract of several of the articles but our cramped he Larawn up a plan of ta9t mllltar7 strategy a. A Mclintock d d. Royal 8t0, Price in Road go it Sage a f3. Space forbids this in looking Over the opening article Hgt cd he wished to superintend in person but England relic of the Barbans. Other scamp who Morocco ,3.50 Superior a tra ,5. Oil fires and fire insurance we observed a table giving usual discount. A a a i i qtrong�?T9 new Harmony and exposition. Price. U $3, hvo., bound in sheep or Muslin. Half calf $3.50, wit the usual discount. The path of Lipe or sketches of the Way to glory and immortality. A help for Young Chris lians. By Rev. Daniel Wise. Up. 24g, a Elmo. Price 50 cents. Infant Church membership. By Rev. Samuel Gregg. L up. 370, 16mo. Price 65 cents. Sketches of eminent methodist ministers. With portraits and other illustrations. Edited by Johi Ai d Austria think he better leave the matter in the Muu or their Fellows instead of going to the Chain an account of All the Large fire which have occurred in Bluds of Ltd on the americans residing in t? Unn pm 01 the known world for the last one Hundred years. Here Mir Book of manners a guide to social Intercourse. Up. 2u2,2lmo. Price 25 cents. U a in in l a 7 i 11 a trial Aud if they have Motev their lawyers cd the Brand of Dominic or inquisition at Rome pans gave a grand Ball on Washington a birthday. A 9 7�?T u1u iawyer8 1, i preme and Universal. By Ray. Win. Ii. Rule. Up. Are a few items 15,000 houses burned at Canton China i nth a Arlo a11 the Imberi of the diplomatic corps As Thini it they become a Good citizens a Agam. I2mu. Trice 75 cents. Supp. 392. Ley while beam have farther advanced to $2.75 $$3 p Bushel with very Light Lup plei. They Are Nisi ilor ranted for Erik a the Market been Active and prices have materially advanced. We quote sugar 5c.�oc. Mola a a a 26e.� 27c. And Coulee 11�c. .i2c. A considerable Quantity of sugar and molasses sold to arrive. Idys a Fri ugh $u<�$18 i Tun. Baled from Landing �12� $13. Lioi a Cun Tiute Dull. Eastern 25c. And Indiana 22c �25c. 11 id i remain Dull at pfc �10c. For dry the outside rate very difficult to be realized Green 4 in. Green salted 5>�c. Iron the Market undergone Rio change. Vvs Quot la in Metal �26��30. Bara 3c.�4c. For common and charcoal blast. Licad Dull at 6>�c.�7c. For pig and 7,14c. For bar. Loath Kra a moderate demand ii experienced from the Trade and in prices there ii to change. We quote Cuy. Bridle in rough $ Doz. . Dresses ,.v,.$3 <�$40 upper in rough $ Doi do. Dressed$221$28 country. �.b��24 916ir2 the widow of the lamp the president a ii. Harrison vjbm0ir9 of mrs. Angeline b. Sears by in. A amp Roeii rough $ Doz,., f i ��1 i to 11 Lynw Iii Ioil ijm.4 a kit a it i _ Ike .1 March 1820 15,000 at Quebec june 1845 10,000 at ffi1183 tie lnember3 of be French government were. Constantinople August 1182 13,01 0 in Peru March present Tlly a Iluf Catania in Italy been nearly i a a a a hues to reside at North Bend Twenty Miles below i pri�5hp8 of ill Bible by pm �209$�8 Melinda Lamline. Up. 291, Ido. Price 50 Centi tiie beginning and Iii Udle of t0l1i1ie�, in Penn april 1 destroyed Liy an earthquake. From Russia we Are and Cincinnati where sleep the Minim of a a amp a Illume gift Book 12ao., with nine Beautiful end raving a 111 to. railed i Quot Soli it Hemlock a sold a Jjo a a a a a pm a ni��2t cd a Ltd Ca mite Iii playing with lire smoking tobacco and incendiary so. C i r it a m ,. K 4 j o a a a Usu �1 11vi 1 11 i. Ill top la atm following startling Docey Tuth Anuw Weoda pm different part of quite a number of inc 8iven where fire8 were to. Which we find in the journal and Messen the country for the Liberal subscription of the past caused by rats gnawing the Wax from Lucifer matches a i in i i to. L. A e 11 a a. A i a Ai. Anah positively contradict that Austria intends Naili Reu amp in at &3. And Correi a rate i y i Nego. Over the Entrance and nothing but a heavy crowbar can s lie of Al March 16 a the Baptist paper published in Riti a there begins to be an audible clamor standing the hierarchical attempt among our episcopal Brethren to suppress it for Lay meation for Church independency and for the Multi Quot demolition of the entire episcopal machinery with Arra table assumptions absolute Sway and in but for our Friend Batchelder we have lived and died in ignorance of the a a great. I i covery a Here proclaimed. Various. 4.1 lutheran Church of Cincinnati under t t of Rev. W. H. Harrison numbers l75communi cant l i there is talk of projecting another English k Jan Church in the City. Or. Harrison a Church in a a the Corner of Elm and ninth Street. Year and respectfully invite them if possible to increase it during the year to come. The special object of this circular is to invite promptness in the commencement and renewal of subscriptions. A delays Are not Only a dangerous a bup they Are injurious and inconvenient. They Are especially embarrassing and expensive to us since we never know what number of papers to print till our list of orders is Complete. If we print too Many there is Long. If we print too few delay needless expense and trouble Are combined. Friends of sunday schools this paper is printed for your Good. Please cooperate with us strongly and promptly for its wide its Universal circulation. The following notices May prove useful to be read in sunday schools and pulpits. Swormstedt Ltd Poi Public there. Cincinnati March 1855, reasons for taxing the run Dat 6chool advocate. Cd a i. I lie number of members of the a United Brethren in Rio to Church in the United states amount to 1. It is a Good paper. 2. It is a Chea i la litter i. J.090. They must not be confounded with the id Brethren or moravian who strive to get sin 3. It is Dublis not w Ith it a paper. Ishad As a 4. It contains design of making Money stains much useful info Means of doing Good and o1 c inverted rather than proselyte members from rated in a simple and attractive style. Formation co Rauni r Christian churches. 5. At the end of the year it will form a handsome volume. Phones in i quarterly review for january 6 it amp Ken 1dd a a for a Gerii of year u Jia Ndler i speech m regard to the Power of form a Complete encyclopedia of appropriate a it Pope and says that the Popes do exercise and have sunday Reading and be of More real value than some whole libraries that Cost hundreds of dollars. And igniting the phosphorus. Over one Hundred cases ror of au8tri> been destroyed by fire. Are Given of Lime firing buildings As it became accidentally slacked eight by the suns rays pouring for several hours in succession on heap9 of saw dust Satu rating a loan of fifteen millions in England. The pm my be it. Perial Palace at Prague the residence of the sex Empe ii. H. Robinson ., principal editor of the daily aider d. A / introductory lessons on Christian evidences. L by archbishop Whately. Vice 25 cent with the usual i. Jii count to whole ample purchasers. Finn irr Nga l n. \ eat ii bed scenes. By d. W. Clark d. Price a q 1 or was recent appointed by government j up. 5g9,12rao. We Are already Selling the sixth thousand political. The election in new Hampshire March 13th, was United states marshal of the Southern District of Ohio and immediately upon his appointment he made or. G. Of this most interesting work which for in Hereit and instruction a among tiie beat of our publications. Plass meetings. By Rev. John Miley. Up. 224, Irmo. S. Bennett principal local editor of the enquirer l Price 40 cents. Ratel with Oil and one of a vessel loaded with Lime i one characterised by intense feeling and Sci Mient Dot Puy marital or Robinson gets a salary of about divil Okopny and practice of Faith. By Uwi. P. He nov Noltan Iltz Mold. Ii .1 i a do i Oon 1 Una a. Up. Soj Umo. Brice 65 cents. Being burned when the water came in Contact with the the Telegraph reports the vote in favor of Metcalfe Lime in the Vicinity of the bolts and Iron Knees. The know nothing at 30,000, and that of Baker demo 1s a ten that when 0de�?T8 of lobe take fire he ought crat at 27,000-Majoritv in favor of Metcalfe 3 000 immediately to throw himself on the ground and Roll j or try much All of the members of both Branch of Oyer and Over till it is put out or else seize instantly a the legislature Are know nothings which will Blanket or piece of carpet or some other Woolen fabric secure ,. I. The choosing of two know nothing United states sen and envelop himself in it. The article on psycho actors on of whom jul probably be Hon. John p. $15 a Day or some $5,000 a year. Within the last week or two hundreds of emigrants destined for Nebraska and Kansas territories have Price passed through our City. Nearly every Saint Louis Gentile nations. By George Smith. This is the last of the series of Smiths Sacrest annals. Up. 663, 8vo. Ret. Bulk licit in ic., and i to Taou Utun discs and hams and 6c., 7c., and 8jc, Bacon do. Sugar cured Llama 10c @10>ac. Lard 8>$c.08 c. The Market generally is buoyant. R it re firm at 6c. V of. Ski do Clover declined largely a losing Dull at 85 50 p Bushel. Timothy $3�$3.25. Flax ft.00. To Llowd rendered Range from Luk to 11c., and rough remains at 7>4c. Wool Market Dull but prices unchanged. It quota common. 23@2< k .240s? -5 x257 x27� 2 full blood. Extra fleece. 3o�33 i review of the Market in for the week ending monday March 19. V r oar Giuily prepared for tie w Estern Christian advocate from the most reliable sources. The River is now very High at every Point throughout it entire length. At one time owing to the heavy and that fell a flood was apprehended hut at present writing to fear Are entertained on this Point the weather having he Jome Clear and pleasant. It is now fully twelve months since be have before this time been Able to re Poi t the Ohio River nigh and during four fifths of this period it not i Evn in a a air navigable condition and fully one half the time was suspended. And Well sustained. We quote the s. To new Orleans 36c. And to by. Louis 3uc.�35c. For heavy and 4�c.��o5uc. For dry goods. The water is. To he let into the Miami canal to Day. The White water canal is in Good navigable order. In the Money Market no new feature is observable. The demand in moderate and All strictly prime paper tiered is discounted at 6 to 12 per cent by the regular hankers. Outside rates for Good paper Range from 12 to 24 per Cut. A Tern Exchange a tack a. Pfriem. New Orleans do., to a in. Prem. In Uncur rent Money there is not much doing Circleville Sells it 7uc., Aud Kentucky Trust company at 35c. Indiana ire Dank paper is the time As last Joek. Ashes the Supply and demand continue alike limited. We us the pots 5c.�95,�?Tac., and pearls the same. Bahk remains at �rt.5u��9 50 a Cord Chestnut Oak. Bitter and eos a the Supply a a butter is increasing but it is still very moderate and prices a Himly tui aimed at 16c.@2uc. For Good qualities Roll. Eggs have us lined to h c.�l2c. A dozen. Brooms Range from �1.50 to �2.50 for comm a on arrival embracing Ordinary and extra Quality. Coli Erager nothing of importance doing in any Articie and quotations Are almost entirely nominal. Cotton Small sales Are making at 7 to 0c. For spinning qualities. The Stock is increasing but the demand is very Light Cotton yarns assorted numbers sell at is �19c. P amp. Cheese the demand is about equal to the Supply and the Market is firm at 10c. For selected w. R. 9>,c. For comr in to. And 12c.@12 in. For English Dairy. Candles and soap tallow candles remain at 14c.�15c., ind Star do. 22c. Soap 5>ac.@6c. For no. 1 and extra. Feathers Market quiet and Price rather feeble at31c.@3?c. For live geese. Fish Mackerel retail at $12.50@�13 for Large 3 $14 for Small 2�?Ts �19 for Large cod Sells at 5j4c �5 a. Fruit dried a continued in Good demand at 9�l>� for apples and at the advanced rates of a 2.�?T. 5� �2 .05 prime peaches and �2 50�$2. B0 fur Quarter do. Green apples Range from $2.50 to �4 Ltd barrel. Orange $3 0 Box. It Mon �3.2� �13 50. Flour the Market exhibited a drooping tendency during Tho Dreek and prices have settled Down to $��o5&$h,25 for super Dae and $0.25$i.35 for extra. Cure meal Tillit i5c a Yoc. I Bushel. Re flour $7@$7.25. Ora iwo wheat is firm at $1.70�?very Little arriving. Corn Steamer that Leavea our port carries with her a of Page Tigera for the future new states of the great West. Previous a r r i e ,ci4l inquires administers a Pill or two of intense Hale who delivered know nothing speeches bitterness to the Phreno Logist and furnishes some facts to the Section Pike get amp pain it 8nd c in it my a a i Quot Quot a Quot ,h Quot a a a Etc physicians i members elect to Congress Are also know nothings. The say nights a new secret democratic political Susco ,c 5., Luc w41uu m Yibu Uisu Ermons. Re i order have at Fol Nohns Olio a a n i a Quot wednesday March 14, 1r55, by Rev. F. Crary the sons who love to think and who Witch to know some. A omm ated a German Rev. Charles Tinsley of the Indiana conference to miss or mental philosophers either of ancient or modern times have Given the world in their dissertations. Per on tuesday March 13,1855, by Rev. L. 1y. Berry d. D., the Rev. Wesley j. Spaulding a. B., of the new Philadelphia circuit Indiana conference to miss Martha Almira Berry daughter of Rev. L. W. Berry d. D., of new Albany a. Thing respecting the very latest developments which ? a a anti Rishi an for have Eudly science evolved respecting the mechanism of sensation old a r a a Cei among fore4gner� and Ameri and forc Crim will find a Rich feast in the perusal of this c Orn c to Zens the order alleging that in any town paper. Clerical economics gives painful picture of t the foreign elem it Pomin amp Tes there the poverty of English episcopal preachers and col she uld Forell Ner it and 001 americans. Catharine Benton second daughter of Rev. Walter Benton of Browntown Jackson county a. Died if thai City on Sabbath morning. March 18, 1855, or. Orra Dawson wife of or. Benjamin Dawson in the thirty fourth i owed Power and always will exercise Power Ividor religious when and wherever the in lateral topics. The four British quarterly reviews and Blackwood a Magazine Are promptly issued by Scott i c0umns names of Garret Davis of a co., 54 Gold Street new York a a Tucky for the presidency and Jacob Broome of Tukik a o it a a \ or a year of her a a faitl1 in Christ want Strong and her end i he 1 Kibedeaux Louisiana Minerva placed at peaceful and Calm. On All the above the usual discount is made to wholesale purchasers. On the following works we make special discount the heroines of history. By mrs. Octavius Freyre Owen. With eight illustrations by Gilbert. 16mo. Memoir of Richard Williams surgeon catechist to the patagonian missionary society in Terra Del Fuego. By James Hamilton d. Up. 270, Lomo. Price 32 cents. Christianity demonstrated a by facts drawn a from history prophecy and miracles. By Rev. W. P. Strickland. Up. 484, 12mo. Price �1, with 30 per cent off for Cash. Re lamp and the lantern or Light for the tent and the traveler. By James Hamilton d. Up. 202, 18mo. Price 26 cents. Cattle sheep and hog Market. Cattle Are scarce and firm at �7 to �8.5u if 100 ha., net hogs �4�$ 1.25 100 fcs., Gross. Sheep �2@�2 for common and �5 head Fer Choice. Retail Market. Owing to disagreeable weather the markets have been Rnea Gerly supplied during the week and prices generally have in consequence ruled High. Chicken a old mostly at 23c. Geese 40c. I5uc. Turkey 75c.@81 egg 15c. $ dozen Buiter 30c. &35c. 9,half Peck Corn meal 9oc.@$l 9 Bushel dried apples 25c. 9 half Peck Oats 45c. And Corn 7�,c �75c. 9 Bushel potatoes 25c.�30c. 4? half Peck. On Price 60 i. A a 1 or a a or. Fax a. I leaching and managing sunday schools. Hof he Catholic Church demand the exercise of a try or thin notice of new 1 Ole libraries that Cost hundreds of dollars j a lo., m old Street Pic York the or Essency Ana Jacob Broome of 7. It will explain new and improved methods of Temps of a in script one review or Black it for the presidency. Other Louisi i h i s a Wood $3 a year. Lackwood and one review or any amp a amp papers have name of Houston up for Power Brownson a review is published with books. 8. Ii will con in notices of new sunday school two 3 $5. The our r Viva and the Pride not Tilro 1 i a >7 a a a. Indiana conference Academy be Chart of life. By Rev. A amp me Porter a. Sale at Western Book concern. Up. 259, 12mn. J cent with 25 per cent off for Cash. on the doctrine of election. By l Alexander c. Rutherford. Up. 288,16mo. Priv a 50 cent. The Way of holiness. By mrs. Phabe Palmer. Up. 1 288, 18mo. Price 38 cent. T7aith and its effects. By in. Phebe Palmer. Up. I 352, 18mo. Price 44 cent. I it Iron Ilion a cd under the supervision of the. Dig. A it will embody the met important sunday school statistics. Wet. I 10. It is the Only official and authorized sunday Xuy i a of his reverence John b. Fitzpatrick Bishop of school periodical of our Church and As such ought to _ us a i. -t____1 my a 1�? i pu�l0 Friis ii of the roman Hierarchy and under the special postage on the four reviews and Blackwood to any be in the United states Only 80 cents a year is to be expended within the District of Columbia. Letten received up to Haich 17. A % an. Allyn a. Aylesworth j. W. And non w. Anderson s. A. Brew ter j. T. Ayre. Big. A. Breunig h. J. Burley j. A. Berry j. F. Burkholder namely 14 cents a year on each review and 24 cents a month. The Friend Patron and Public generally Are invited j d. Bell j. H. Bahrenburg j. Bargar m. Bron on p. Bur pupils rough w. Barton i. I. B during the Pat term whole examination we tru to will give Bruner Bignell w. W. Blanchard jr., a. Bering s. C. To attend. The Academy a numbered about eighty five fall k. V. Bing e. C. Black w. Latest Europe a hews be circulated in every school and directly or Indi Recti a in every family connoted with that Church i a. A a a a a a a cents a i by mail Karn the t sex Tonii a fir i a it. Eat of this Academy 4, a retired and 11. No teacher scholar officer or Friend of sunday year on Blackwood. The present is a favourable time the country /7_�?z Awraam atm situation and the Community moral. Term moderate. Evidence of advancement and proficiency not easily surpassed. The next term will commence on monday april 9th. New thy schools ought to be destitute of Home Good sunday for Dew subscribe re to begin. A a another column will be found the new by cho0 paper Thi Quot Paer a up Cia Quot a designed to pro it Pacific to february 27th. W. Have by tb.1 to a Fot Pequot a a a Janca dates to March 3d a p the pm in South Carolina and Georgia. A dispatch. From Columbia South Carolina dated March 13th, in the slave Stata. Of Virgo a North Carolina South by tremendous. Fire Are raging All around that Point Carolina Georgia and Kentucky Oue fourth of the a Large number of Housea and Milla together with a a. P. Allen principal. Mew Lebanon ia., March 8, 1855. Bloomfield High school. The. Z Ali a is �d6o.u�?Tcl0ck 0n Friday m0rn of March. Tho vont was Anno snood trams. A 6 a a in Utu u1 lib a Large number of houses and Mills together with a a a. Of promoting the. Sunday achoo s a of a a to a a my unt do Aai at the a Quot 5sst s h set Fol a a it a a a by this Baber been put Down towards they can not read or write last account the town of Lexin Irton stood in imminent re led to Raien i supervision of the above institution. The �?�spireiu01 in aah Bugeia a dead. He i cause the Price of this paper been put a itt ,. Us Denar at one Ojama run us. Lowest practicable rates hence the publishers Are hence the degradation of the a poor White in a it. A Swa naw a _ err. The lowest Practa came rates Cuce i a a raw iuib.�. In danger. In the Una Riotte Road the Woods for Manv Oil cad to Ray on the. Gonyou. And Active of i five free Tateel California wide onegin Illinoia i my be were on fire Meny Law Milli end dwelling Lexi Norton stood in imminent pm ded to resign his supervision of the above institution. The Cerar firt no a of the above institution Are therefore desirous danger in the Charlotte Road the Woods for Many of procuring a principal As soon As possible. Rev. A. Wright i now conducting the school As principal pro tem. The institution is in its infancy and commenced with Fine prospects. Black m. G. Bennett s. Bower p. I. Bes Wick n. T. Brake Man j. W. Bradshaw w. 8. Battles s. Brooks i. Burns P. Boyden s. Brockunier j. R. Boggess w. C. Bryant k co., w. H. Browning r. Biggs s. Bright e. W. Brown j. H. Barker h. Burgess l. W. Baily t. Bartlett h. R. Babcock. Cd a. F. Chaffee g. L. Cranmer b. Cope Campbell Hall k co., j. T. Coleman. W. Comstock f. Cox. V. Coulter. I. I. Covert j. A. Crumb l. Cunningham g. C. Crum d. Clary j. T. Capes a. Coleman l. Cunningham j. W. Cole j. 8. Cutler Carlton k Phillips 2, b. G. Cissel Mary m. Crawford i. Chivington h. A. Chamberlin 8. Crouse. a. Ii. Davis a. Don Carlos j. Dorr w. A. Davidson w. Doughty a. Douglass d. Dickinson j. Darrah j. Daniel a. P. Dunlap e. Dimmitt m. Dustin e. H. Dixon j. Dunn. Eli. Eddy p. G. Edmonds j. C. Ellwill a. J. Kinds Lay Edmondson it Badley. Exchange and Sank note table. F a a a a c a a ? corrected weekly by Dunlevy draft it co., Bankers Exchange and Bill Bra Keri no. 34 third treet. Exchange for Sale on the principal Citie in the United state and remittances made to All part of great Britain. Currency rates. Ohio. Eastern. Banks in Cincinnati a Prem. All solvent Banksjr state Bank and Pennsylvania. Independent Banks Par Philadelphia Bank Par Indiana. Pittsburg Bank. Par state Bank and tranche Interior Banks amp to 1 i. 10�?T and Alabama. Under 10�?T% i. Bank of mobile.,. 3du. Free Bank 5 to 25 i. State Bank and tranche.5dll. Kentucky. North Carolina. 10�?T and Ever Par All solvent Banks 5 do. Under 10�?T i. South Carolina. Banks in Prem. All solvent hank.2>� Dos. Virginia. Georgia. Stock Banks except wheel All solvent Hank 2dl�. Ing a is. All others under 10�?T x Dis. Tennessee. All solvent Dis. Missouri. State Bank and branches., Par Louisiana. 10�?Ts and overpay All others Dis. Illinois. All solvent hanks5 die. Wisconsin. All solvent hanks.5 Dis. Michigan. All solvent Hanks Dis. Canada. All solvent banks3 Dis. Xxx Baess. A Vijto. I a Luna. On new York x Prem. On new Prem. On Boston a Prem. On Boston prom. On Philadelphia a Prem. On Philadelphia. Prem. On Prem. Baltimore i or my

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