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tlie I. ill for (!, iv-' juinition of Cuba, and
tin- n.luiivM.ui oi' Oregon. The Senate I.e.-.
ing occupied wiili lln former, ami the
lion--,, uiih t!i;- latter. I: is thought t hat
l'OllJ,l;i v. ;il J :
Mr. l"tu -y i Ii, 1..U- Minister t.i Mexico,
lias resigned Jus .;t, (,u n, count of the
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vanin railroa,!, an. I ha-t t litis allnnlril a lair
i-;uivah'!it fur Ihc nut-lay, an. I ha at the
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an. I ( 'i.u, iij. nt, an, many I' tin.
p-ivato ii'-i.lcn.'i'N will t mi j ,ii i-i with any
in the Mate ; iiii.I, as h hold, ,,, Alli-'n
lli.ii'.i.. is j.', .ml (.i(iu::li ami I .i u cikuiIi lor
,i Kiii'.' in dwell in. Nu 'man should
l.'WIl'C Miiii imii ti.Mi.l ,i Ih,. Inulni
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I I'lmil, mi, I V, W, Mihw
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'n in..ii..ii ol Mr. Still, W. V. M.aw,
pud A. II. Ki j luiil, ,i.m i,M , . K e.ini.
Illillel- to i . j f.-nlii I ;ii, niter whii ll
the l'Ai'( Uli(.. t'olllluitli'l' laid tho ,,.
.'lalniiii. ( I'M'triM'S Im-Iuio ,(. An-'H'ia
l'ir. Tho h,.l I in for leni'hiii) Y.Wfi-li-h
liiiuniiiar, hy I.. Mill, an I oi liei.
Nvnlid. I In, in i, ins mi, I In st Inoilex ol
In i.n ii iipii'i", mitlml UiiHBKt.rt.
d'lli.'-!. AUIik Minn timn (, ' '
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A., in.iu. ns,, n...sM,,,.).t,l,).of ll. l,rp. , lUt
....I 1, o test,,,,., had l.,. lield at Nil. ,,. ,..,, ,,,,, , ,
l liilK lMO, to pxiU'es liullLMuilli.il lit tlil I,,,,!, f.,,., ...i.l """ W('tl
111 I in I i. 'II ol' ill, Jewish liny, M.irllilil.
Tho (;n. ii'i.,.siH nt tho Mint for llm
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want a I.l lor.
The t'uiinly I'mirt i muv in session, and,
as an evidene,. tli morals and iiiniincis
of the .,i.li. of Wayiio cnnnly, I need
only ineiilii.ii that. haviiiL' (liiiinicil inlo
..limy llit,'!i"linL. stalislies r.fthe travel the I'olllt Konm iihuiitll o'clock this
and traii'-uorlaliiti ivc jjiven, hiu are loo Inioinin;', ya:r fornicr townsman. Hon. II.
u.luinilii.iis tohe "iveii cntiio in this ah- '' itnl-;'l r. m Ins lial.ilu.il I, land hihI
l.'iu hiii! ( li lhoj'i a.hy, were 'ait I'm I Ii I . v ,v,', k eliding .luiiiinry
A. U. Ii..iiii t, Alfio.l Sliaw, W, W.SIiuw. ounces, an, I the coiiuir
and I.. I,. Mill. Martin (iallnijhpr has
Third. The Lost .rnetici, for otiltiviitinj Troni Caitain Smith, of tho hark Yankeo,
a clear mid distinct ureiniico in leading, l'(.r de.ortin'' him to tho Sandwich Islands
whs givni l.y Kdiinind Shaw, ni.d I.. I., under a ilccrep ol banishment hy tho Yip
Sli'h llaiice I'uinliiitti'C ol'San l'ranciKco.
I'oin lli. Should Yocal Mush- he taught A rich cilvor 'iiiiiu? had hecn discovered
in Iho Conilnnn Schools ? was I'Psi.onded to in Sill. la Claril colllitv.
l.y I.. 1.. Still, lMmuiid Shaw, and W. V. 1 'I hc t'. S. shiop olVwar St. Marys, was at
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ax recovered f.l.lllO .ii..
M' AKRIAHE CK!lTIFICATESI)lnnrf
r..r -alo ut the oflic. of t,e W.M j
utraet. 'l'lic l'.,ilut injr
On million. Society adjurucd to meet nt
U o'clock. P. M.
S.U l llllAV Al'I KIINOIlN Sl.ssluN.
Association met; i'residdit called the
Iioiim. in oider. I'lcf. liurrelh Ccntrp enmi
ty Siijierinleiideiit, was inesentod l.y the ,0'1 1'ihcn was 1
HI . . I ,
..in.aian, iM-eenioer Ii.
I'Tfd.M TIIIC SAXDWTlTr ISLAMiS.
The dates from Honolulu arc to lecom
hcr "J.'iih. Tim whaling season had closed.
The w hole nuinher of w halers arrived at
and mat lliey
his is cert.iiiily
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unuotei mined eotif f
towiiril tl a, e.jtintiy
lll(h''t.inh'liei( Hull, Was (ii-cO c) ed 1 1
lio on Iir.i on hi-t I Imisilay evenin.'. The
lire originated in the furnaces leiii alh tho
Selci ;( r.i.i'! f'haml.er. It whs s,oclily
Accounts from l ho Kansas gold mines
continue as cnoouiapring ns ever mid pcvo
lal new mines have In en (ILcovered.
tho L'ovr rnmont ol
were riven hy Mr. Still, and Mr.
.. lv ever wo
1 1 lull h. sern I'i o;:i the re'ooi t of iho no husiness lielore them
rojier denii't tnciit in lelntion to the liaf-1 "ei e ready t' ndjotun. 'I
Ii. of the renn-vlviinia, Kailioad, diirini; ! highly ("'edilahle for anv
ti'.- pa-t ear, tin t the equivalent iiiiinlur 'ho 'o. illation of Wayne.
of tluvai'h i a--c!iL''.TJ Wel e as lolhuvs: I I f 'he of ,) udf.-e, J1.mikf.tt. You
hi Ihc !'hiladcl.liia divi -ion (l'hihidel.hia ' hear Ihc coniuiciidal ions of the
n. (."luiui.ia, ) i.i.'.. i ... ( ni I ne i lari isi.iii i: ; o ii " ooiii nis oiuciai diiues in tins .1 udl-; Shaw anil I I Siill
and .l.anc.istcr lhiilroad.' H'H. Il. hi I he cm, I isti ict have hrou.'ht him in rontaet. 'I'liinl K,,l..s ,', i.
' o n .1:1 1,1'.' i,,.' Ii ", ..' no, oi,,,, i . V.'IH II IVIIVC III) .1 o ,i, ,, ..,( !... , I
' - ', ... " in., I ,, js.llOOIS,
1 elin-vlv:i,u:i h'ailroad. I.elweel, Jliirrisv iiiul.'i '.oiik. Hut as a .Indue, he even kiii-- ' K, ;.i,...
hur.'and rill-h.,1- JI'.i,.r,.-,s-. In aihliii,,,, j pa-ses hiniself. lie is universally popular. Fourth. ITaus for teaehii,,. Wiitton
....... ..... r;....,;; nice nn.' i i o cm i- j .-..,...,1, en 1 11 re io say , 1 Al'll hliiet le, were prepared I.V I, I. Still
;:rant pa--.en;:e s transported Inuu J'hila-, that there is not a single district in which 'and oih.rs.
(le.).liiii to 1 ui';r, and duo to the points 1 u.o ousiue-s 01 : lit various courts arc kept
1 11 the line of the :oad cast of IMttf hiuv.li, up heller, orin which the people are more
''ho total iiumhcr of persons who parsed i uimcrsallv sati-lied wilh the milliner in
upon tlie road ilunn iho year was J.IM.,- "inch tlie laws are ailiuinistci'ei
;i..s iias-a'it'.ei s im.l It', S".?'1 emi
1 coinmenced : i:,.t,-nrii,: has on,,!,. , ,;J "ml prayer l.y Ji'ev. W r. Still
Mr. I'.iiston spoke on the prop-ess ol
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Ml , v;i .-, ., 1 1 1 ' 1 , , timet, more roii''ii. I.l'oklli w 1, am loi-- i -""'"".. nonas ioiiiiu-, iiy , roi. liiir
. u.v, ,.ie. u.s ir inni'll (lead a KiadOII pas-i ni
time hince. hiH
To the Burgess and Town Council of
Your Ci.ininilti.e r.-port Hint oor.liB
rmrt of Cniniiiilco of furinur Counpil ik..?.i..... .'
iit.i.T.s vi . , , , V'WHOa
that port had l,ee iilK; tho amount of, ZelZZVZT,, IVV0T l)gh uf.
oil taken was l.'JU.HOO hazels, and tho au-1 ? V ; 5. 3 T T ot 14 ?5' """-"k
isrcL'llto of hone was over I Mil I.l II II I i.onmls. I ur 1 . u" ,nac'"-(),M
easalit milliner wns inul ,.,,,, , 1. 1
e.'.lmot ' . . . . . ' . . " r
I "links to tlmi.ran.l l..,,iest ol thoeou.,- Committee on i,rn,L'en,onls Lrouuht i T1"-' st's" ' "vfc'rdc.l nn um-roHtuble 'ontrt.n.lln ordnr. ,.f Iras .
ly. ior iiavin..' jiisi rcpoited that tliey ha.l foiwiiri ll... lis, ,,r, vo,.,.iu..u. lone. I .: 0
I nsl. I he art ol teaehnif; Mental Arilh
ineiic, wiis ahly discussed hy I,. L. Still,
Alfred Shaw, and A. (i. Kciiiait.
Seeotu1. The dillercnt mid hest methods
of teaehiii!' l'hysical (leiwraphv, were jriv
en hy Messrs' Hui'ielh Jiiision. W. W.
terrific Htorm occurred at Honolulu ! Ouistamlinir onlcrs of!857. too .nii
on the Jl'itl, of J)ccemher, tloodinj. the ''y
streets, and in t-oinn instances suhmertrin' for worl' "intoriali,(oo unmll l.jr
the houses, destroying properly vulued at
lU.UUU to ,vjll,tlllll
Si III t'iv,f
Society adjourned to
n iiintimi, Ih
meet a 7 o'clock.
S.UTMl.'.V-- I.vk.mm; Sl -SIOV.
A-.-oeiation met. house called tu order.
Ice: ease of the raniin'' of th
II, the remarks ot whom were listened
M 1 AsitixuTox, l'eh. 10. A letter from
Paris from a prominent source, stales, on
information received liom Madrid, that it
was not prohahle that Hon. M. Preston,
will i.e received as l niled States ..Minister.
Hut if he should he, the lir-t intimation
from him relative lo the purchase of Cuba.
would he deemed sullicicnt ground for
jiving him Ins pas-ports. Our ffovcrurnctit,
however, is not in receipt of any ollicial
i 11 1. .11 1 in 1 ion from Spain on that subject.
It is slated in well informed circles that
the reiiistiilmeiit by Muauion of Zuloa'a,
to the Presidency in Mexico, was nt the
nslaiK c ol' I'miice nnd l''.nj.'laiid, w ho bav
Aimiuiilu due IJurougli, too lurgo by
Hut lo return to the subject upon which
coinmenced: .'..iV,),;w has made this
, country what it lmturallv was not. It was
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:ers front the previous year ' , u,r '''Z V u " ... .'
S lol't time mice, lias reeemlv attended is SSU .'JSli. 1 ho folhiwiiiL' however, ol'ims. 1. ol. .,, ., 1 lo wil h at lent ion 11,1, 1 ilolnrht .id,.,, u I, i,. I, ,;,, I it,n., I...' .1....
j ' , ' 1 " ' ." " " , .. 1, y . ,011 1 11 1 ;ie , . r-; .... a ... ...i. ... .,,
his own wake hi Washington City, in com- sender travel is probably not greater than ! I'liion, both as reiirds enterpi ise. imlus i ""' eotniiiitiee on resolution app( a red , in connection with the debts due these
pnny with about ine hundrod ''ood f-1, ha." occurred on most of tho Jhiilroad; of "' ihl-ili;." nee and morality. Why is it ; J'l w-r riwi hy W. W. Shaw, and ado- - eoyei nments.
. . , ,11 11. iiiowmaiiwe account or t us womlcrlul 1 . unions : 1 ne eueci 01 1 lie vole in me louse to
tho I inon, nnd may salcly be ascribed lo 1 ,., ,.,, ,, . . ..." ,," 1 ,',,,,,, That in . s, i.,..,i l,, T.,.,.1,. ! ,1 ... 1... ; v..i .1 ..1....
the ttcamsliiji .ilosc-s I ay lor, fi,m As- the jrencral prostiMtioi; ol busu.css throu-h- roa.U and Canals, have made thi, clian-e. ,'l' A-..eialioiis and In-litules, have tor, t ion cae on the table, is to continue .Judge
pinwnll, nrrivod at New York, on hu,t I'ri" out the coimtry. (mo us the same opportunitv in the bihi i1'"''1 "'n, the climax of improvement in j Kureaisnn in his seat its JJelej-ivte from that
day cvet.in- Hill, ti,3.'ft,'00 in tioa.uit- lido wesclc'ct tiie followin- item: (ininous coal n-idis t,f the' Alleghenies ''"'luiion Schools ; also, tiiat they w;ll , Territory.
aine ioiiiis .mii ton nv tin-re thai " i"..-m. 1 n. ii.;. ineie.u louiuiuu ine m, ireB.-ion i revnus unit the t.roi.o-
l -it.oii t.i place money at the command ot
(the President to neo'iaie lor the ueijuisi
!tioii of Cuba, will puss the Senate, but
which would Iorvo balance ngainiit ths'lioN
oiirIi nt that time of twenty dollum and forty!
three cents. '
Voar ciniiiiiiitce report Hint they have exam,
incil the uccounw of the ot!icor for 11,1. ....
i nnd lind til em us follows '
WILLIAM I'OItTEU, Troas. DR.
To nin't ree'd fr. Colleo. io. $318 63
To ord'KNos. 61,, 51, to bul. oc't 4 5S
Iiy Bor. ord'siuacel'd et c. . 323 UJ
$323 111 $323 11
and the l'acilic mail.-. "To protect the newly developed con
J 1,0 mining news Irom (.'a ifornia. is fa. ledums ut tlie l.ioad I1.11 :.iouuiaiu lion,
rorable. The markets are L-lutted will,
the reduced nrices c.-labli-hcd at the sea-
heard mal ts ol the Cun.l.ei land miners,
i has hoi 0. (let
mailer how nun I
and .'.'t t he iron
nercliandi-e, o every description twenty
three vessel.-, havinj,' arrived w ithin a fort
night previous to tho 20th ult. Husinr.s
Tho Supremo Court had decided th..
l.nv prohibiting the itimiii'iatioii of Chi
nese lo be unconstitutional.
The news from Washington an, Oregon
territories ami the Ihitish j.osscssioiis, m e
New Gieiiada wai tolerably .juiet.
In Chili most ol the provinces were un
der martial law. There, was much excite
ment. Many prominent politician.' r.d
vcise to the existing government had been
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r-M.i-v.. i.ii i ...',,ni "". io i"-- 1 -At- tlie in .11 rails to complete the lymne and ;
eutive, had l.icii silenced. Cleat lie.. I Kailioad, twe nty-thi ee miles
There U a prospict of a general l-evolu- l''"th, was made by That Coin) any. I
. ,, niidalu r mature v c onsi. U l it, (he sub-1
lion in I iln. . , 1 , r , .
ject, vour Hoard ol Ihrcctors agreed to re-
J he iMir 11, i.ctidor, continues. ceive'in payment of pas,cng,r Tares and.
The Cass-Yrissam treaty has be. 1, rati- dues for fi eight that may nemo for tran-'
lied l.y the -oveinmeiil of Nicirau,',. .;.oi talion to and Horn Ilia! r ; (I nml 1
c;,;ii 1 .... r m 1 . . . Mug o 1 the I en isv vania bailr.
Still later news from ashiiiiiton. states 0 . . , .. ,
... la r cent, in cash, and tori y per
inai ine 1.111 mr me uumtsMon 01 uregot: lip filt lll(,rtgag.. bonds of the Miid Cm
has jisssed both Hoasos. This adds ano- puny; jirovided the mix u nt of the lir-t
ther star to the cmsUllalion. mortgage, which is not to e.vcced Si;ii0,(il:,i,
v. t,.,.i, 1 .1 . ,v shall complete tho read from Tyrone to
the Jioard reduced the tolls on the canal'
for the rrrad Tup coal, and also the 1
heights on the railro.ul ton point wvioh
ha.-, enabled tile collieries of that l egion (o '
continue and ine; ease their product during ,
ihc past year. These laics, though below !
those that may be considered remunera
tive, liavo preserved the business of that
region, w Inch mutt finally, directly str.d
indiieetly, j ic!d to the company a valua
ble and increasing tratiie."
As all'ecting our ilntiKdiate interests we
also give the rental k of theiej ort, in ref
erence to the aj plicalioii ol the Jyrone A In
Cleai field I.'ailioad eomininv, for a.-Hjt-:'h
lid toward furnishiu
V out field-, and y
the foiemost in tl
011r Kailioad tlirou''li. no
it costs, (ict it built,
io:.-e coui.-iiig through
nn counti ' w id then
.' Slate. X.
"A plication for i
.i a iiieeungoi the Agricultural Sncic'y
i.l'Cicai lield couniy. held at huuiber I jty
on tne 1 lib,. .1 Feb. J.s.V.i, i;, ,.( .;Mj
Pre t. in the 1 hair, Hon. .loin, I'. II, nt
and .l.ilin l-'eigiisoi, 1 1 s Vice I'i e-idctit-ni
attendance, the meeting came tu order.
On motion, (the c nstii ut ion and by
laws were read by the Secretary, iibn the
proceedings of ih,. last annual meeting
hi'Mat ( teal ln-ld the I. Mb. day of .January.
'. When, 011 uiolioli, tin; names of
e who had signed :l:e constitution
j were read by the Secrelaiy.
J On motion, Mr. I-rael Test lv, of Cleat -lield
borough, uddres-ed the nieetiii' at
length, and elegantly set forth the advan
tages ,,f more perfect '.arming.
J'he tnectiiig wa-a!.-o addi c-sed by Hon.
.1 1'. 1 1. I, wl.o v. ft . li.-teiud to wiih in
'1 he Pre-idi nt then .'i-.n, tine cd that the
br.oks Were oj en. and wot. Id bepleiced to
si e the f.irnu r of l'enn tow nsiiip come
foiward and n--i.-t in the noble eausp,
W h' 11 tl.. lollow ing persons come for-
waul, s;;.iu'i t.
nt Ilarii.shiirg, for Eoniethir.? of public in
terest, but tlie word most con-picuous in
the reports is " Passenger liailw.iy," nnd
thin indeed seems to l e the all absorbing
subject in the Slate Legidatuio.
Pine county has not yet been in ted upon, Let."
1st annual 1 a incut, bciiiu' 'i-l etc!
Abraham Spencer, Jim. Feign-on, Thos
ICiiL- Is, K'i,l.- A,, V llil. s;
r niupsi.urg. , rom, pcne.ratcs a re- Widen. ire, John P. llile, Anthony llile,
gion liel, ,n products ot the mines and lor- jrP , w, ig.lc,wo,th, Miles Spencer
,-t and when brought into uno, dl All)il ,.IV s,,,.,,,,.,.. ,M paid byTd-ha Ten
doubtle-sl e a valuable tributary to the tn, an old ,e,.iber.
j enn- vivnnia i.am oa.i, iievi , iunc a 1 or-: ).. ,1,,.
lion of the State which has hitherto been
without the facilities of read
nn ( t ill
M'i. 11. 1.0 11.11, ;
nd some of the friends of the measure This is, wcUlievo the fir.-1 (.fiicial 1,0.
h. iv o fears for its success. We, however, tieo taken of our important project of pub-
hope for better things.
The removal question does nit produce,
the excitement in llartisburg, that it does
1 ... .....
neie. ami nor resources mo i.eginning 10 ne un- s,.h0,i !,.. f h idny Feb. 4. lSj'.t, at
Doji. vaii, convicted o an as.-r.ult and der-tood, nnd appreciated abroad. 10 o'chn k, A. M., and was called to onhr
liatterv upon Church sentenced to S-diJ ! AVe regret to see bv the reiKirt, that the !lil01' which a prayer was offered hv the
ol uichoialiou m the art ot imparling 1,1
st rii( I ton.
V.'i ",',,, That it is the imperative duly
"1 every teacher lo at tend these Institutes,
and to bestow nil the instruction hi' pos---il.lv
7.'. si.tr,. That we ei.iigi'iitiil.ile our Coun-
, iv ."iipe, iiiieiideni, in ,'(iiioliiig ttie dig
j niiy ol our vocation, nnd that we are in
, ei'ed Ion greater emulation by his enthii-
sia-lie zeal in our l.ehall.
j Ji'i .. ',.. Thai tlie inembei s of this As-o-'eiation,
tender their thanks to the siir-
,. :i lid i tii! eitiuiis, for the kindness and
, 1 1 - 1 i 1 1 1 i t - shown in the entei lainnient of
j its members.
.'. 'i,., That the members of this As-
-ooiation. . roller their thanks to Prof,
r.urioll. for bis nddre.-s to the citizens.
7, .v.)..,, That the proceedings of this
Institute, be published in the county pa
pers. W. W. SHAW.
A. G. KM'IIAUT,
On motion, adjourned to meet sine tlie.
Ai.nii.i) Shaw, Kepotter.
What is the object for which men are
sent to Congress? Some might imagine
merely to ventilate their rhetoric; or their
valor, ethers to display their love for the
n-litii!ion and paid thei iicgin and their honor of slavery: one
man might m-pect that the tine bu-tnes
ol a member was to act as jockey nnd rub
ber down fi r Presidential candidates, and
lb rie might bo those who would be ut,
charitable enough to believe that the .'teat
nd whs to line their poeki ts. The dis-j
patch of the tui.-ineis of t he country would,
never le thought of 11s belonging (n the i
legitimate duty of a member, to judge from
the pnigio-s niaile in legislation di ring
tho i.rc-i nt session.
JAMES ALKXANDKU, Coll. DR.
1 0 ain't n( duplicate $ S17 58
To niu't of dojj lax, 28 00
Hy ain't paid treasurer,
Hy exonerations' on diiplic.
Hy ixnnerlion on dog tax,
by per centue,
L. J. CRAXS, Solicitor,
To ain't of outstanding doht
collected, $201 30
Hy payment on Hills judg't
A pinmlcm ciiucelltd,
$346 68 $348 68
meet ing adjourned lo
shingion on the L'alh
1CI.I.IS IKWIN P.. I' Pit;;
lie inn rovement, bv thee, rporalion which ! Kinutes cf the Eriidfbrd Teachers' Ia.:'"M'": ''"" niiitters been on the table? of
. ,' ., , ," ,, 1, ., ,1 Etiti'tC , Congress, nothing has vet been done.
mtlst be the inf.st In lie 1 e( by its eomp e- run h,. .... ., ... . , .
1 Agreeably to t.tevioiis nrocbnn ilion 1110 1 badiond liiea-ure has been
ton; an. is an evulcnce that our coi.ntv Ar,.,""IJ ' '"v T 'l , niiililated in away that should make
' .... -tlrs (invention met ,n W illiamsville '"'""lu ' -l ,n,u u" iii.im
fine find three months impri-'onment has company has, as it alleges, under the nd-
liten pardoned bv Governor Packer. ,
TWIXFTH ANNUAL PtPPOUT 01
THE PENNSYLVANIA UAILP.OAD.
1 he r.tinual nieeling of the sfoekholdei s
of tho I'eiinsylvaniit Itailroad
was held at S.itisom Mreet Hull, in I'll iln
delphiii, on the 7th ihst. The meetin
was eal(T.l to order, and the Secretary pro
(led to vend the twelfth annual repoi I
... , I',, An,,,n,),' n l.v,..l c f, a, ., . ...... ..I.
v.it...x,'..tt,,..,..',i.. r, ,n;,rio Wl ,, iltll. ... ... .
, ... . , : ence, nre mil nui ine crenuon oi the Jeg-
we have attempted to give below. ;., .
. , . , ldaturo nnd not its dictator.
ino repou oner eonraiuiaimg tne
stockholders on the results of tho husi-
will be defeated by a large majority in ihc
Kansas Gold Mines -Favora lis Ac
counts. Lf.avknwoiith, l'eh. 111. Mr. Lawrence,
an old Cnlilorninn who has just returned
from Cherry Creek, hi mgr. the. most cheer
ing accounts ol the pro-peels of ihe mines,
lie estimates the amount of du.-t m the
linn. I of the miners at Denver city, at
from 15.00, 1 to i.'i.tllll) ounces. No s, lis
were made nt le.-s than villi per ounce.
1 he organiziilioii of Airapohoo county,
had been eticeted, and public buildings
Ptcie being erected. Period harmony and
good order prevailed among the miners.
The population which is distributed along
'.'berry Creek, had augmented to 3, U00, of
w hich Denver city contains GUI).
The greatest fall of snow occurred just
iiievious to the departure ot Ir. Iaw-
rence, when the snow fell to the depth o !
The trip to Missouri river, vt.t Tori
Kearney, occupied only twenty-throe days.
Mr. Lawrence recommends emigrants
to take either the Port Kiley or Kearney
route from Lcavonwoi th, as preferable to
Later from Salt Lake.
LsAvnxwoTii, Knti-as, Feb. 0. The
Utah mail of the l.sth ult. bus been re
ceived. Tho papers are barren of news.
The I. S. District Court was expected
to iidj.nirn si,,r on the 18th ult.
The Indian Superintendent, Dr. Forney,
and his son. were to leave for the North
soon, to hold a conference with the Chief
ol the I' toes.
Manv persons are leaving Salt Lake for
A nienioriel is under consideration in
the l.'tah Legislature, contemplating an
application for admission into the Union
under the old State of Descrct Const it u
Later from Northern Mexico.
The lirownsvilie FLm of the 2oth ult.
bill for the adjustment of the Tarill', which i has the following :
demands immediate ae'ion in the present "News has been received at Matamoras
financial condition of the country; the i to the effect that tiovernor (i al .l was iii-e-
$201 30 $201 3d
IIF.XRY W. rAF.KS, II. Connt. DR.
To oi dd Xo. 20 ,1 52, $ 11 ii
lly 81'i viccs und fees,
liEN.1. SPACKMAX, St. Cora DR.
To orders, $15,1 30
To nnitcriiils, Ac, 4 0J
Hy bill rendered, $152 f 5
Huliinee, J 71
Darin. tliis yonr orders wero
dnovn niiiounlii) (o
Vil. for iK-e'ln prior to lxjS, $ 41 04
Xuifiuicci., iieg.-i i, dogi, 14 05
Printing, (looks A sulvey'g til 62
lire ln.oka nnd lad leia, SO tl j
Kuii.ls, materiiil A plunk'g. 31 j OS
To fettle tiuasurci'8 ucc't, 4 53
$158 60 $159 50
$437 02J $437 2i
The exponso (.f tlio yenr wore follows:.
Orders drawn netlliug all contracts of
this ( oiincil, $137 C2J
Credits entered fr McAdantmng 2.1
street, which are payable out of
future tnxos, J2i 50'
Less old clniius li'iuidutcd l.y or
ders, $11 Oil
Duo boroiiRh for jdnnking
done this year over iniito
l'iul elnii'ged to St. Com.
und bul. of his nec't,
Tw mortal months have elapsed, and
though never before hnv graver and more
Total exponscs for year,
2.1 61 J
every inciiilier ashame.l. tlesules. llioie
are piendms tlie Appropriation lulls, tin
Lo,,n hill, just a exigent : (he Thirty Mil-1 paring to march at the head of the troops
vice of eminent counsel, withhold the pay-U,,.,.i p,...',!,,,",. .' m,., v.' 'ii,'.,J.,
iiiciuoiuie ioiio.i;.3 ia. line un; -oii,-;nn, j.iward Williams, Vice Pre-idents J . " -M'I" "l'"il';"" ("c cm ior ine oiius Mine, 1 iimniilipas ; m tho niean
moriwealth in December, "with a view, if i David Dale, Secretary' and Mfred Sh iw 1 i",'''0ilM' ol' 1,10 -N-1V'. "I'lfierous other ! time the Lxeculive chair is to be filled by
the Legislature fails to remove this oner- I Peporter. " ' j '''l''''';"l "ecrssary leg.-lation The no- j Mr. Andres T.evino who has been invited
, ,. ,i,,i. .1 I On motion Mes-s L L Still and I'd- rllot " ''' '", ll"lt the pu-sago or the hills to proceed forthwiih to Jamiuco for that
ous burthen upon the trade between the ; mum, s) ' JJinMMy r.-piisite to cairy on the , pulpose. Mr. Trevino is 'tho present
ca.-t aim the wis., to test the constitution-1 i mvennncnt will lie crowded into the heel Chief .lust ice for this noriion of les Soil,.
!'""irn."-V 1 nlity of the impost before tho courts." , i motion. W. W Stevenson and It 1 of the session, through the unmethodical ! which olliee ho has tilled with both credit
The Legislature nhould not allow itself 'L Shaw, were elected critics for the day, i
. . . ..r.-.. i.;.,i. 11. i'. n.. '1 ous
to be thus bullied into a submission to the. "' '"
I ... I tl,f.,t .,,,, ..a u. . ...ttt I lln..,w I
1. . ...i: 1 . ...-'....
needed to vend the twelfth annual report 7 , " '-1". J -1 1.. S-.ill, J-.dmund Shaw, W. S . Stevenson,
- , . . - . - ,. , Hi' ... v rv 1100 l. . ,U.,lt V, I, .111- J.. , I M, l A ll' , V,
ftl.e eomimnv, a brief synopsis of which .. . . . 1 . . , .. . .. ... . ..... . ,
.'iiii'i uiscu-sini; ine uttiiiy 01 iueii'iil
Arillimelie, the Associalion adjourned to
meet at 1 o'clock, P. M.
Friday Afternoon Session.
The following exliil.it- the finnnciul condition
of the borough :
Assotts Accounts of former years for
idunki'ig, Ac., done 11 ml bank
leave uncollected, $ "6 P5
I Hie. by forinor collectors, tl
Due lor bank lenve thin yenr, 12 00
Due by Jnines Alexander prosent Co"r. 25 82J
Due by Henj. 8pnckiiiuii, rt Coui'r, 5 71
line plunking done this year, 34 59
Liiibilities OuUtuudiug orders,
Outstanding orders 185(1, $ 1 50
Outstanding orders, 1867, 1 56
Outstanding orders, 1S5S, 139 46
Unliquidated claims iij penr
ing on minutes of former
Council, 2 06
An. omit due as per books on
MeAdnmiziiig 2d et. paya
ble without int. on tines
as.es j'd on respective pro
perties, 325 50
Tho meeting, niter the reading of the ro
und procrastinating mode in which the ! and abilit v for the hist six months. Uis! Calulu'a 8'"t Borough,
mess ol '.ongress is earned on. 1 promotion will vacate this iin oitnnt nfs
These procrastinations and delays admit lice, 11 which the people of this bank of
of defense ; tho President has animadver-1 the river, us well ns th? n' her, feel an in
ted 01, this slovenly system ns most rej.re-1 teres! . as the power of this otliccr for good
heiiKihle ; and pul.lie opinion joins in this ' or evil is second only to that of the (.iov
reprobation ; and yet Congress pursues ei nor h'niself. It is important, then, to
the fame course of sluggishness and ne-j the peace and prosperity of the frontier,
gh-ct. 1 that this ollico be intruded to al.ie anil
rft t il'Aiifirt, t.T. nonunlnn l.n r.f ft,rvL 1
nes of the past year, r.nd !ils futura pros- '. ' tl , . ' ' .,
. , : . " . . , tion for aDelewareternuntisoflhe P. IJ. P.
pects, proceeds to give a statement of the ... .. . ,, ,,
- . . .... ... .... , , . After considerable debate tho Etockhold-
liiianeiul condition of the nfhurs of tho . . ,. ,
t, . , , , . era concurred 111 tne expediency of tho
roan, ihe amount received from fhnre-l ' '
holders in payment of the eupital ptock of j lloa'urc-
the c-oiiipanv unto .January l?t lMf), isi T
n.o ' . ,, Late j rom the Kansas Ooi.ii Mine.. A
sl3,2I0,',). Tho amount received from , .. . ,
, , , 1 . . r letter from an intelligent gentlemen ofst.
liuili', mortgage on realt-st'ito ic is'J,-!. .... ,,. . , , ,
1-1 ..r., .., . e u 1 , Louis lo tho Ju'iiiUiUcuh, dated at tho Kan
lil,(i.i.t M. Amount of bonds due the , , . , ,
v. . r r , r . . . 1 r.i 1 s.is goiu mines, o an. ,1111, snys : "i Here is
State of Pennsylvania for purchase of thei ,V. . . 1 1
,,,mi;n,"v,fp.,,iJ' rjnnn,in . i. '"" ".,.-.. .u u. in
. .' ' '. ' " , ,. . ' covered mines that will pay $20 per ilav. loi hers
. .-. .me. 1,, u, ng crest ,, ,iw- ,rreftU,)Un,llinoo j ki. j On motion, the association ndjoumed to'gress wi
iienus -luo Mo kliohlers. Stato lax, Ss..,-! , ... . ' , . , ,i meet ut o clock 111 the evening. out this
... . ... ....,.. a. ..'.. ....in. r. ....., u, 1.
iiiauce remaining 10 creon o, 1 . rRin.w
All which is refpectfully Buhmitted.
VM. I.. MOORE,)
R. V. WILSON', V Commit.
JOS. OOO.V, I
FeVy 8, 1S59.
Vie, Ihe undersigned, audi turn of Cler8eli
Borough, do certify that e have examined tit
'(-...... , ..rt ..-r. ae.-niititH nf.l.A nrtl.a r ll-......l. nf I7M
Society met nnd was called to order by most imnortant inte.-ests beeauso everv 1 know of 110 nerson better eiilenl:.i..il tr. field, and do liud them ai nbovo muted, and tht
the President. Prayer by Pev. L. L. Still. Congressman is engaged in looking nfter hold this olliee than Gi n. Ciirvajal, and we ,,lc al",ve ,lle prent financial conditio
Executive committee presented progrum- the urosnects of his favorite for the P
n,e of exercises for alternoon. 'dential sweepstakes in 1SC0T Could not ! to leave tho quiet of his traiuiuil home ,1
1'irst. Methods of teaehins: written nrith- the npjiropriation bills be pnssed wilh ut!nnd lake ehargo of its important duties, at
nietie were given by Edmuud Shaw, and intei ti-ri.i" with the bu-iness of hand loan liMist. flurimr l li nliui'i.ro tl' itu tnrvutt l.ln
Why frlinuM the country suftVr in its : licr'ta IuuhIs. Noxtto Mr.
i .V-Ti'.LM Auditor
Feb'y 8, 1S5.
T'inir the various candidates of all the ii.eiiml.eiir "
Second. Tho most successful plans for cliques and parties? j From the Austin (rcwr of the 21th
1 S.,11 W V , 1T1 ' . nmc ne ,as on .1 Longre.s. ult. we extract the tollowil.g :- 1 I.L peron are hereby cautioned againitp"-
1 Vi ti ' ' " ery where, to neglect the present, "Wo havejust had tin interesting con- chimng or mecdhng with the Mlowing pre-
und Allred Shaw. f,,r tl0 future, to slink dutv. nnd be Oil Vi-vmt inn u ii li a tr..ntlinu,n u-lm Lu l.tw.ti nnrtv. vit On Wnirnn (wn t.nw. ftn lot U1
' I llnid. Ihc iropor j.lnn for tpnrhing groped in ppecuhition, to overlook ile hiendinc some tiuio in Mouticv nnd oth- ,w0 "K cliniim, two PlouffhMwoCnMut Sf
(IlK 1 l).....i: ...... nu.. tl... 1 T t. .Ill I . , . . ... ... 1 k - . J ' r.,..L 1, f It mm ilt tu
i''ui'g, " us uijiiicu uy xd. i.. 01111, uini claims 01 eounirv, nmi ne ever vignanl
1 a 1ntA tr.nnfln.i
eonliiigcnt fund, ?r,H,T5.1 :ri. paluncetoi . T ,. . , ,
,., e r. , . .... , , 1 he Indians are thick here. Wo np-
4reditori.rof,tand loss mcluding sundry vv(.hm, ilim!0. fmm tlirrn Thoy ,iav'0
items SlO.I.OjO 31. Making a total of 'sent us word by some of tlreir chiefs, to
$.'!0.1t'.S.'.K7 17. Of which his xin i-x-!rlmt ,,1"'r country, but we think we enn
wmLI in mniilriiH if.n .n,U;., ..i stniul t hem n rub. ns vp have TOO whito
, . . . .. ' , , i men here. We have laid out n town by
lonu, enn ing itrjcgi nj.ii line, purcnase O"
EvtMsn Session-. loni: coming. Such n reform nnnears too friend was often enterlnineil u iil. t.ia far... '
Society, ns upon adjournment, met nnd ' n'uch 10 'f hoped for. notwithstanding ;ly for days without charge. He tells usj R.H.JJ0 0B-
was called to order by tho President. the entreaties of the President, nnd tho that many of tho worthy inhabitants aro I Luther.hurg January SI, 1850. 00. 4, oi.,M
,-or. Poll called nnd responded to by ''"'V"'.- eS,res 01 l" Pwp'0--- !! really anxious to re::,ove to Texas beenuse
ot the heavy taxes ; nnd many hnve come j CAUTION,
.over to lexns to avoid forced calls in the
real estnle, nnd purchase of tho tnnin line
f canals. fi7.772.f.7l I'i 'l,il.) tl,
iitnrunt Jstriek nnd l(iids if tl,cr r:"
road .bil" j receivable .nirl l.alanee in Lands
iSf t i, Slil.ni'. I-avii.j a1
the name of Arnpaho City, nfter the ubo-
riginef. Weall.er has been very pleasant
ibis winter; only two small snowstorm'.
Plour is worth Si", per sack; bacon -10
rent per lb ; coffee oO cents per lb;
gurdo, e?gs and oysters "got none," ns
I lie Indian My.
Pev. Mr. Still nddressed the citizens, i
exhorting lhe:. to give their children u
Brt.in.1 .Mlt.ntinn in ll.o, Iln. flm !-
ture prosperity of our American liberties. ' K,l0,v deaths among tho 201 retired P11"'. a,'d 11'0 families of many liavo con- and L. Doney : One yoke of black and wnw
Adjourned to meet next morning nt 'J ollieers. se(t,cntly suirered neverelv." oxenj one bay hore lupposed to be about
oahvek. . ; T Z, I "lTl,f the 'negro question' our inform- 0,,- nd1onV,"o nor,waV' . hi.";!.!.
,t I'lVW lis i,.,l,.,r,,l.l., 'I'l. liroperij un. ..ecu uun uwcu nv 1 - - ,.j
. t i. .:nnAJ-ffa!nt W"
TROuVil navy register will be ready military .emco. A . T"-Z.,? wuh'tl,'
for distribution in about throo weeks. It "fhose who havo served have not been followine i.roncrtv. now In the ponM-nion of 0
SATrniiAT Forenoon Session.
A B.inREi. of "pure liquor "froze nenrly ant gives us unfavorable accounts. The (""l''
olid w.hile being trnnfported from Palmer fugitive slaves nre protected with' creat
aih! is Irft with ibera on loan only, Mil WW1
to my order.
..a. - - 1- ' ' "I" I'll'ICX Tl I I II If I t-ill
Association met; ...senidly enlle. to or. to nre Miuss. on one of the cold cny. of jealousy, and kidnapping them is punish- 7 WM F.JOIIXSOS.
der: M-Mverbv Pev. I,. L. Still. Ihe fol. last week. l .uu H...i, ti.' .. ... in. j . . , . ,'. o. i. .'
, i- i.,v lu-jjiwii nre mioiM'ii to, on ip., iiparneiu iOunvy, .-