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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

i i A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Published at _FiTTSBTTiRatea:, :f.a._, BY DAVtD48'KtK8EV & COTHIS IS A LAEGKE BELIGIOTTS 3_JEWSPMER PRINTED ON' • EXCELLENT PAPER, ' • AND IN S [JPEE'rOE S( T Y L i' IT CONTAINS > r j on all the leading topics of the day, both Religious and Secular. All the various'subjects that present'themselves for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of intelligent ana Christian people, are _discussed from the Christian stand-point, and in the comprehensive spirit of Christian charity and enlarged benevolence. ' From the beginning of our present National troubles/ thin paper, while allying itself with no political party, has taken high and fearless ground in favor of the Constitution and the regularly ordained Government, and of the preservation' of the integrity of the Union. Its 'utterances _hflve been _Ifrrr and decided, and' they will continue 'to bo such until the1 spirit of rebellion has been entirely quenched,'and our Government o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

The Crops in Europe. The season for harvesting in Europe, and especially in England, has been favorable. In England many fears * are tfiereBy " alleviated, and many hearts rejoiced_^ '[-Butislillffthere is, extensively, a deficiency. For years past an average crop in England has not been adequate to ffeed the people.., They . depend ..upou importations to make up a deficiency. .Last year the. crop was short, and. this year it does not reach expeci&r tions. The Mark Lanct i Express_^and Agricultural Journal, of, Monday evening,;September 9, in its **, Review,,of,(the Britis_^Grain_; Trade," says ' : , j • | ;Sff.The : further. we,go.intO;the . wheat crop,, the more certamly it appear_^ that the yield is sho_^t, notwithstanding the general fineness of tHe qualf ity'and heavy weight!r We' have heard bf_^p ' ar _^ eels, sold in the expectation of a* delivery; ? of three_^tb: fbui? quarters'per ¦acre,; .turningi6ut only ft.fraction over two quarters one eighthibushel There ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

iwi_^Si_^., " IW_^rsfidge Ie8d_«ny.; See Dr. Donaldson's advertisement of this well conducted School. _; . _m» , •—; ' Dfinng Enterprise. . " . \ '>i A letter from the frigate Oalora&o, it ¥^}t Pickens, states that a boat expedition,, on the 14th inBt., ' "destroyed the pirate Lady Davis, in Pensacola harbor, commanded by Capt. Renshaw_, foTttiftly,pf _^ U_»e ._5*.j§il_^_Kyy_^ _^Pne _boat _^_"_^at the Navy Yard, and spiked a ten inch columbiad. Sewickley Academy. See thes _advertiBenient announcing a new Session. . _^ _^je ll_^ ia gentleman, o_^Bpya_^experience-as*a teacKer; 'has excellent accommodations in the buildings of the Academy, which is located in _i mqisl; healthy and desirable place. Persons having sons to educate can apply as. directed by the advertisement, and the Proprietor will reply at, once, either by letter or in person. For October; i' _s:welbomed. FotIseveral months ; this Magazine, has been a stranger to oar table. _Biit now, although th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

_PHILADELPHIA. * Com. Penderqrast is ordered to the command of the Htation of" Philadelphia, which includes the navy yardnaval rendezvous, and_^ljoJ_^_ew _N_^ _gn this station . He was born in Kentucky, and appointed therefrom to the navy. He entered the pervice in 1812, and has been in the service forty-nine years, twenty-one of whiqh. were pent at sea. He lately comniandecPthe Koine squadron. This was composed of iffcelve vessels, the lag-ship being the sloop mumberland, Lieut. John S. Maury, the man, _nowiifi' _, Be rebel aervlc6,iwa_^&der Boinniander Pendergrast in the Cumber- HIThi North American says: « It1 * It! a secluded{s_^ottllitisi_^fetoly-tfeird Ififird, within range of the whirl of cotton, l||» _hinery, is an acre of cotton, large, luxjS~ t and well matured for the season. It ^¦ planted as an experiment. Were the _j_^Rou about thir ty days longer, it would ^¦n entire succes_'sV WSShwe _efS_£i_§l<i B' field, and with great interest. The Hit per se ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

Washington. £ f _~ ~ _?r: There are tokenl'w-s _' _oine important movement in the, army. jThe_^r eb_^lS have planted .batteries at Acquia Creek,', on the, Potomac, some forty miles below Washington. , This is the termination of a railroad, leading;-to Richmond; The .place is well fortified, and batteries are planted * &£ intervals j up the river/_fbr some eightibr ten miles, and so situated as to ' impede the navigation. * If let alone a little longer, _J.he>^_b els will stop. ' all passage of vessels from'_^VaBniugtbn to the Chespeake, and willibe _Jable under_^e _^ pro-, _Section of their guns, to throw over into Maryiland any forces they inay choose. ' Wheffier this }fertheir, purpose we know not; but we suppp|e ¦that Gen. McClellan would be delighted W ; diS-i eover that, they were making, ithe attempti After fcr . ossing,; they would . haYe to fight in the open field; _#nd if twenty thousand, or fifty thousand _wquld_^ pass over; but few of them would be llke...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

I * ECCLESIASTICAL. fa. _EveraIsd _KEiiMipiHAtii was installed, In the 18th of September, pastor of the _ffirst Presbyterian churchat Elizabethtown, N. J. He succeeds the late Dr. Murray. re Post Office address of Mr. Newei_. S. Lowrie, licentiate of Saltsburg Prespytery, is Conneaut, Crawford Co., Pa. ly. A. C. M'Ci_._EiiANp'SyPoft Office address is changeel from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa,_^o Pittsburgh, Pa. Correspondents will please note the change. |9v. James G% Shinn has been released from his charge off the/ehprfeh at Bieb-| mondPhiladelphia. He takes the position of .chaplain in the Twenty-third ulegiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. I" j_| v. E. W. Blyden, of Monrovia, rep-Jresented the Pre_^y k pr _^ f? j4|>_f_^ ia__at the recent Synod of _> llrainburgh_' ._^ iHe was received with marked attention, and his address to the Synod gave much satisfaction. Mr. Blyden is the principal of the Alexander High School in Monrovia. ,.. ,:_¦ ¦ .._; .M-. . ... -. ¦ • . j. bv. Joshu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

THIS WEEK'S ADVERTISEMENTS , DUN LAP'S CREEK PRESBYTERIAL ACADEMY. > ' _H, The Winter Session of this Institution -will open.. on MONDAY, the 2Stl. of October. Rates of Tuition—_$5W, $8 00, andl $_11.00 per Session, onefaalf in advance. Boarding, $2 00 per week. , oct6-Jt* T. D. EW1_NG. A B., Principal. J_£ LDERSRIDGE ACADEMY. The Thirtieth Session of this Institution will open on TUESDAY, tb> 5th of November next. Tuition t es$6 00 ¦$8 00,, or $10 00 per session, according to the branches studied. Boarding, with room rent, $2 00 per week 1 ' : f 'A. _DONALBSOM Principal, * oct5-3t* S- J., _CRAIGHEJAD, Assistant. _VOLUNTEERS FOR' T&E Af RMY, * should n.it leave tho' city until supplied with HOL LOW AY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. For Sores,' _scuivy, WoundsSmall Pox, Fr_\ers, and Bowel Complaints, them medicines are the best_,imthe _wjnld. Bvery i'reneh soldier uses them. Onlj 2d cents per box. octf-lt [_at]> . SEWICKLEY ACADEMY, A Classical and Commercial ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

WM.H.KEBKPATEICK I JOHN J. KIRKPATKICK, Late of tne'firm'pf Kirk- Late with Gillespie, _ZeHor _.patrlcfc &_;Metegar. _Ki *iCo., Philadelphia. , " _OTBU. M»> _KIRKPATJRICK & CO., _" Jj _^liplesale . G-rocers, _FORWiAR' DIN'GUANI_) aCOUMlilSIOiK"iMERCh. AJ!fTS, rr , AND BBALZRS'IW PITTSBURGH MANUFACTURED ARTICUBS. No, 399 liberty St., opposite bead'of Smithfield, i rff PIT?_T8B-UIB«'H' PA.-f ' ;_t Parti_?ular,attention _paid_^ttie sale of Coun try P rod uce. _g A H)T _,H O Ia F, _» S S E _Wl _^ Q _;. _M_^P _H J _»"ES' • . f . OiThe Best &ins _^Use. « » ' _*AN'EW STYLE, ONLY .$85.00, i Making the ShuttleoeIiOQK Stitch, whiclns approved for all .kinds of work, and for very many varieties is the only admissabte'stitch. •' ' ' A new supply of<both _Family and Manufacturing Machine! just received. «_ET AGENTS WANTED. Send'for Circular and' Terms. '5 Address * HENBYM.RHOADS, Agent, _nidrl 0-tr» _Fiftfipral Street. _Alleghenv City ,H lHBBlilt " -.J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

.; _^Mxxtt On the 23d ult., by Rev. C. H. Park, Mr. Simpson C. Mo Vickbb, of Derry,,to Miss Eliza Agnes, daughter of Mr. Jan. Wilson, of Chilisq'uaque, Pa. On the 19tti ult., at the bride's residence, by Rov. John B. Miller, Mr- Lowebt-Baker to Miss Permblia Soott, both of New Waterford,,Columbiana County, Ohio. , ' t i * j i Oa Tuesday morning, September 17th(by Key. D. T Campbell, Mr.' Robrrt Paisley to Miss Eliza J.,-daughter of J. M. Swan, ot, Louisa County, Iowa. On_4the,22djult _^ by Rev. Robert DickeonMr. William Gibson to Miss _JosspntNE Philipps, both of Wilmington Township, Lawrence County, Pa., i In Wheeling, Va j on Thursday, the 19th ult., by _B,ev. R. V. Dodge, Mr. Thomas J Griffith, of BealUville, Ohio, to Miss Sophia C. Wh _'g atlt, of Wheeling. On the 17th ' ult, by Rev. J. C. _Tidball, at the house of the bride's father, Mr. Benjamin _Harwood to Miss Phebk Clare, all of Mifflm_, Franklin County, Ohio. , On Tuesday evening. August 20th, by Rev. B. Mitchell, D....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

SYNODICAI ;' __ ¦ ¦u-uf . a< vi-iitmlbm _ie SYNOD OP CHIOAO0 will meet in the First Mesby-s m church of Sterling, WhitefafaJDounty111., on the, rd _Tliursday (17th day,) of O_^_Ulfat Wcloek P. M. ; I. N. _dANDEE, Stated Clerk. { be SYNOD OF PHttADBlgpAstandSfdionrned to? t in the Brainerd 'chnreh, _IBisftnl Pi-V *& _Thnrsday_^ > ber 17,1861, at 1% o'clock P. M. \ i f _stimtiiag Rules, it is required, that at least one weekf are _tlio meeting of Synod— | ITo Ki'v. a. W, McPhailD.D.Easton,Pa., each_'_minister fcxprchsly in writing, whether he expects to attend or ¦_jHao, whether or not a Ruling Elder from _hif, _church ¦« iu attendance. * " "' ! _fllhiit the Stated Clerks of Presbyteries forward theiK S«tivts to Rev, Calvin W. Stewart, OolerainePa.; and to '_gtnted Clerk of Synod, at Doylestown, Pa,, their Statisti-Benprts, with notice of any changes, both of _persdna and IOfflces, from last year's Record, in their RttlingfElder-; I S. M. ANDREWS, Stated O_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

"UPRISING OP A GREAT PEOPLE. OHAJRLES SORIBNEE, NO. 124 GRAND STREET, NEW-YOKK: Will _puWish in a few days THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK. The Uprising of a Great People. THE UNITED STATES IN 1861. By Count de Gasparin. Translated by Miss Booth. 1 vol, 12mo, 75 cents. The New-York Times says of it: " The thorough intellectual mastery of the subject determines the quality of the bookthe moral warmth which runs latent through it (breaking at timi£ into an eloquence which fairly burns)—takes its power from 'the weight of his facts and the force of his logic. There is in his treatment of the question, a wisemodeiation that carries with it convincing: force." The New-York Evening Post says: "It is *he wisest book which has been written upon America since De Tocqueville. * * * Remarkable for its intelligence, its insight, its logic, and its nobleness of purpose " From the New-York Tribune : " The author (thiDks that we are rising, awakening, coming to ourselves, asserting our right in th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

[_kBVyETISEMBHT.] OF THE_^0aH_4ITTEE OW THE ' LATE UNION i 'COUNTY _CONVENTION, TO S THE f VOTES8 ' _[pF _AuA_^_ENt ' couJnpyf. ?; ' '[ '' _; ' " _, ' ;...; :;;t _" ; , Fbllow Citizens _i _S _^rT_^_i_^_dersigned i Cpniinit- i tee, representing. th j _B late _DTnion _Cbnv;_entibn, ; which1 assembled on thelTth inst r, Beg " leave ' to i direct your serious attention toafewimpressibns, \ suggested by the magnitude of the? principle in- i yolvediiitheapproaching.election. _^ (_Weidesire to I reason with you,; to speak- tOrypu_, calmly, in the ] hope of , satisfying,yqur ' _judgment, ,We consider i the condition, of par country so perilous as to de- i mand from us all' our-best, efforts to sustain it;; whEe bur fellow-citizen's, : in arms, stand shoulder! to shoulder in defense of the common _,_causei our ! effort will _^ be to show [an, equal necessity,_/or, una-; inimity _^mongith'bse who * remain at home, secure' from"'this dangers _anVi jpriyaiiMs of the field. Let us reflect'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

rflE'BlJ'H' ' _, savf/_thMm before\it is rop_^LA ' rk _,<¦ w-s f O- -._SqpCil_^. _io t \ has removed to, _^ ~} _^ . f ^^oiti_/fia ? I V in the house formerly-pc_^_upjed by fir. fe_*_&« eyj_»r» _*W?^* Christ church _^ He willgiya all the_.moderu improyeihentB. Teeth inserted at varibuff prices, >_-_*uOfl c i FBOM _$15M« $82dPKB SfeT.rt r _lf _, ROT._w.D._BowiiD, _- J_^i-8 *"""^1 _"^^!:, 1 _ATBEABtSiV11v . _*J _fe.M'G-MaasM_#M.l)i, _, tAjIfcJ foPKIJCBjA _?Wi.a,.Vi__Hng«, v . _IilTOBOEaB H Kbiss*_, w. Nnncx, -b' _dSfeS_^ KW-r _j/joy_^ r._'-n , ««3«_y > STOVES _,A N*>: IR A-?NiGiE; S_^_n .,, inK.-Min»/aM MM&MMW ^«^_f_§_S_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

_jfflrcjp 'ijtos/ The Bohemian, brings European news to the 20th of Sepiember. Things generally are quiet. The French Government refuses to allow their officers to join the United States Army. The steamer Great Eastern has arrived at Liverpool. The - gale- which* she encountered, and which disabled her, waB_{ of ag fearful character. Over l twenly-nve_''of her passengers sustained fractures by concussions, occasioned by the tremendous rolling of the ship. The accident is mainly attributed to the breaking of the rudder. f A letter from' Shekapore, India, says of the Southern rebellion: ' One great consequence will be the loss of the cotton 'trade to' America; immense efforts are being made in India, and the cotton exports will be three-fold greater this year than >what they ever have been, and in two years more, when the great railways are completed, the exports ' will be enormous. In my own collectorate we are growing five times as much> cotton as formerly, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

EDGEHILL SCHOOL, _/ PRINCETON, N. J. , t A Home For Boys. Pupils prepared thoroughly for College or for business. The school premises contain thirteen acres, _providing amply for" lawn, playground, and garden. TERMS—$125 per Session. , For Circulars address REV: J. P. HUGHES, aug24-3m > Principal. _^_TJELLSVILLE INSTITUTE, An Academy for young men preparing for College, commercial pursuits, or teaching;,and a Seminary for young ladies—affording all the advantages of a school of the first class. The course of study embraces LanguagesAncient and Modern, Literature. Science, and Piano Music. Expenses, $35 per Session, or $100 per Academical year. The next Session opens Septembei _llth,,1861, and continues fourteen weeks Pupils _received at any time during the year. For further information, apply for Circulars or Catalogues to the Principal, REV. W. W LAVERTY, ap6-tf ' ' ' ' Wellsvillc, Ohio. _SPRING STYLES FOR Gentlemen's G-arments, In great variety; embracing in _part, a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

D E M Oj V A L . BOARD OF _4D olp c_*3_B?*«. _&_*_&9 OF THE „ Synods " of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Having removed their Book Rooms to RENSHAW'S NEW BUILDING, No 57 Hand Streettwo doors from Liberty, take pleasuie m inviting your attention to the annexed Catalogue of Books comprised in their stock, and hope for a continuance of your patTonag_" . •, r - JOHN CULBERTS0X, Librarian. _Tl. G. BAILEY, Treasurer? Pittsburgh, Apnl 1,1861. 1IST OF' PUBLICATIONS Constantly on hand and for _i _/Sale at the Booh Rooms of the Board of Golportage_, ' No. 57 Hand Sb.,'Pittsb'h: All the issues of our _ow n, viz.: the Presbyterian Board of Publication as soon as they come from thn Pres" Also a good selection r from R. Car tec, & Brother ;Appleton iu Co., Lippencott & Co., Scnbner; Nelson & Sous, Sheldon & Co., Maitien; Gould & Lincoln, American Tiact Society; Ameilcan S. S. Union; Massachusetts S. S. Society.; _^ Particular ' 'attention paid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

€0mmmM • Pittsburgh Market. WEDNESDAY, October 2,1861. APPIiBS—$2.00 <B bbl., ASHES—Soda Ash3@3_^ c; Pots, 4@4_%c; Pearls, 5_)_£c. The _stock'in first hands is ample for' all ordinary purpnsps BEANS—Prime White, 1.25@140 per bushel. BROOMS—Common, $1.50; fancy, 2.26@2.50. BUTTER—Choice Roll, 10c. _$ tb. CHEESE—Western Keserv_$ 6®7c. Hamburg, 8J_^_@9c. 3SGKJS—Sc. per dozen. FLOUR—Extra, $4 50@<t 80; Extra Family, $4.90; Fanrv, $5.25. GROCERIES—Coffee: Good Eio, 16®17_%c. Sugar, 9, ly-M^/l- Molasses, 48@50c. _, - HAY—S3 00(519.00 _$) ton. at scales. HIDES AND LEATHER—Greenheefhidefl, 6@6_%c ; green salted hides. 5J_/@6c; dry flint, 12c. Rough country leather is dull at 20_@22c. Dressed leather is quoted as follows : Red Spanish Sole $1 B>.21@24c. Slaughter Sole _fl Tb , 26@28c; Upper* Leather, _^ dozen, $24@33; Bridle Leather $ dozen, $40@45; Skirting Leather $ ft., 27@29; Harness 24@26 SALT—No 1, $1.10. SEEDS—Clover, $3.75@4O0. Timothy, _|200. Flax, fl.00. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

' >_-¦> ' ¦¦ Kentneky. r j _Thiei[i;_ebelsjstin _oboupy this State, as remarked I last • weeki»? They have made no important ad-: vance. _tfjiiB_^ijegislature is firm for the. IJriion. - Troops were being raised rapidly, and several regiments from Ohio and Indiana have r _crossed the river, and. fouii'T a welcomer' * Andlher' w; 'eek may tell of armies organized ,.;. , ._h • The State Senate, by a vote, of twenf-y to 'five, passed_? resolutions requesting JoHri C.! Breckin- ; ridge_>and Lazarus WviJEowell to resign their seat_¥ as Senators in Congress, as they do not re-1 present the will of the people pf,Kentucky, and if they decline to comply,1 tWSenats of the pnited States, is respectfully requested "to inTe_'stigate their conduct, and . if found to be in opposition to the Federal Goverkmentjthat they expel thenii from /their seats. . The.House had not yet acted on the subject.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

_JJEADING FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Camp Library. THE ' _AMERICAN, TRACT SOCIlTi;, _, 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Library, consisting of TWENTYFIVE VOLUMES, 18mo., inclosed in a box * at the low price of $300; among which are " General Havelock," "Capt Hedley Vicais," "Capt Hammond,*' "The Blue Flag," " Young Man from Home. " ' Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tractsat $2.00, are pu t np to accompany the Library" when desired. THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumes, in flexible covers, containing tho Soldier's Text-bookSoldier's Hymns, The Soldiers - ¦ and Jesus, Story of Lucknow, and other appropriate Vorks. $2.00 The American Tract Society has furnished gratuitously many hundreds of thousands of pages of Tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvania, as well ns others. The friends ot the soldiers are availing themselves of the opportunity of putting into their hands these most valuable "books And there are not a few instances where most happy r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 5 October 1861

_T\_TOTICE TO FRUIT-GROWERS -_^ FOR FALL OF 1861/ ' ; " Farmers and others desirous of _planting FRUIT TREES this Fall, are respectfully in\ited to -rtsitthe SEWICKLEY NURSERIES of T. L. SHIELDS & CO., before ordering elsewhere The stock is very large, of superior, strong, fineformed trees ' ; of the choicest varieties' : . j i APPLES—Baldwins, KingsRussetts, and Pippins, for . 'l Orchards, for sale by the 1000. I PEARS—Dwarts and Standardsfor Gardens and Orchards, 1 for sale by the 1,000. * PEACHES—. Large _.extrafine, for Orchards, for sale by the 1.000 GRAPE TINES—All the new approved sorts'at reduced rates; Concord Strong Vines, at $2o.00_/per 100, and $3.50 per dozen; Concoid extra. ' ' Strong Beating, {35.00 per'100, and $4.50 4 per dozen; Delawares40 cts. each, and ! $4 50 per dozen; Diana, Rebecca; Union, - > j ,, j _. _i (Village, _AnnaJ Tpkalon, &c. j STRAWBERRIES—AH the new tested varieties, viz.- Tri'i t j \ omphe de-r Gand, Trollop 's Victoria, ...

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