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Morning, March 18, 1802.
oo,V Tian. —The spler)did sword pre
a l to 0,1 Scblaudecker, by his Erie.friends,
frAn him during the bustle attend
. q ng care at Cleveland. It has
Arrintrr.—An attempt Was
Itesda) night to break into the Book and
.I,oe of Jlr. Oe Walti.rs, in Market',
n b,%.• Fifth,but the robbers were fright...*
a „a) Ilk she noisy demonstrations of a
1, brlmiging to Mr. Watats:
cc AIIrSOISNT.-11.v... agent of the ce ;a,
...n fivnily has written to gentle
v., city, ILl3killg enquiries in reference
n grmelit of a imitable hall for / a
,1 ,p d converts by that troupe of se
. some time next week. '
WAttu GIRL'S Grum:NEß SCHOOL will
• (i ~u thi , A7th tinder
lviive of 1 1114 s 'Brooke; Of raiiiltiel•
s aver of Pruf. Btooks of the State
at and who ig
3 lady of considerable scholastic
to,+, and much experience in this'
„„( 1,,, traction. Prof. Brooks will re. ,
iu the c ity for eeveral thys to 4ld in tbe'
.tion of tie school.
lIIt Nvw MAIL-CLAD STIIIMELRB.--
~s , b ueilwr of plates for the nevi iron
r b ing built .it Philadelphia,passed
)., b , ir losterdry fur that city, via the
Vhallia itathold. The plates, or rather
lu.n, a e over four inches thick, and
that fifteen or twenty men handled
~ ,in dulirnlty. A ves , el protected wither
' I ta. this might, to our mind, defy Mi l
r i are, and, to the untutored in
ratters, it besirtits imp:tillable even that
ag, et guns could injure her.
'.8.1:11' 0? A TaeLN OF CAR13....411 one of the
eh a tt. cuutta of tilt. results of Com. Dn
... v . exrditton to the coast of Flo' ida,
11 min; trOculars f an exciting chase
rt A+ the lie-d appro dm' the fort, a
etas wss observed leaving Fernandina.,
.tt tit: s some miles along thti
the COM. Dupont . sent one of
paluat: in pursuit of it. An exciting race
1; Oa- Tnv stainer threw shells at the
rig train, rid •otut• of them falling in such
that F 0 ,1143 of the seeing rebeis
prl from it and took to thebushes. Among
latter I , FM t iliVe been the late ,Senator
lee, of Fl.,OdA, accutop tulett by his servant.
ud trail', I,f Louts, outrun the gunboat and
Ott F LKA'',awl . —Benefit re' the Wound.
.4 (rid b,aled Prowirania Troops. —The' em
inent/1f Chi: will give two more .of their
rwwl old fAione: c nutria at Brant's
!Lie city on Friday and Saturday even
. next, i® aid of the fund for the relief of
::roundel ail disabled Pennsylvania sol
r;, miler the auspices of his Excellency,
Curtin, the Heads of Department and
bta o. fry Legislature. The distinguish
ritilitz Mrs. Emma J. Nichols, Mrs Geo.
Mr. T. Gulick, Mr. H. E. Hallo
, Ql.l appear in new and beautiful solos,
tei.rpressly for the occasion, sustaintd
chorus of the company, under
r of Father Gulick.
ift , raual coacort will be given on Satur
t l et, (or the accommodation of
,Ld rhil Iran Children admitted to af.. ,
(014Y1t, 10 cents; adults, 25 cents.—
ty be secured for Saturday
colleet t at Dr. Batinvart's drUg store,
v't music store, Jones', Herr's, Buehler's.
'Bruit's hotel, any time during the day.
iit Tlitevps.—Amotig the tenants of, the
k - Viurstiay eight, mug yormt dolored
"zied Matilda O'Bryan, arrested for'steal-
""'Pastes from the residence of Kra
to south street. It seems that Matilda,
101,y with another young colored girl,
.! t residence of Mrs.Slaick, Ttueeday,
'%:4.et s to solicit cold victuals, and.
IMiY Went to the kitchen to procure/W(OA
atielts of food, Matilda took advantage
L trabmie n to purloin the dresses, which
ottealed in her baeket. The' stolen pro
:, ,c,t, mimed shortly afterwtwAtc .gtrad Mr.
t"'cog ascertained the r4dence of the
'seeded there, and arrived lust .a few
before they returned home. Matilda
tged with the theft, which she' Eltbutly
~.."4 / but umn examining her basket, lamas
th the stolen property, which Mr. thick
wttli him home. Information of the
ramie to the Mayor, who issued a
t for Iditikk's arrest, and after a bear-
Ace was committed to prison
Y-XpzeTED LITIRABY TREAT. --We wider
ti.atapaper Is circulating, and has already
'Waled by his excellency, the Governor,
of prominent gentlemen, solicit.
- Doti T. Buchanan Reed, to favor our
wit h a public reading of his last" nee
litlet the "Wild Wagoner of •the
It was rend by the celebratedt
: .:13t ' 348 . E. Murdoch, in the Academy of
hil ailelphia, a few evening's since
ialge and distinguished audi ,
11,1 ence; the
19 Putter, Henry C. Carey, di
l erryrii, u mi
and scholars honoring the.
v taw presence on the occasion. The
tae Press have set the seal of
'413 "Tbt Wild Wagoner, " and thk
:..1 Cqkgratulated on the addition to
mit great fame. 815 an elocutionist Mr.
' tkitebil and accurate, and portrays-the
rraf,tions in his own creations
Pith% and telling force. ThoB6 liti°
... tl 'eled in the dreamy beauties of hlai,
` r litil
Er aril been then b the tr4mti
'Cat "ci 7 •
;;,4° I(lvltmion to palronisi Tiff: IteiliP
s be P r eVAiled um to visit our city.,
WEEHE nXl9Aux 'faqir /91D!"414 Iva HAVE
I DON N. —We present below a table showing the
Mate of which each member of the Legislature,
is anative, and his trade, profession or occupa
tion. prepared by the Ediitor of the Chktiter
county Macs, , who is also assistant eldrk of the
fouse. RePrWAltutive.o , Tfil l e , Etilß9r.tdds
hat lte would alsn have giver:l:l6e' ages, kt ut
found that one hundred and thirty men die
played quite as much vanity about telling
their ages as the same humber of unwanted
ladirs of uncertain ages would do:
Mr. Henson, Penn., lawyer; Mr. Boughter,
Pima., lawyer ; Mr. Bound, Penna., lawyer ;
Mr. °Omer, Pontiac, lawyer; Mr. C(.110(11,
pans., Real Estate Dealer; Mr. Crawford,
Tcon., Physician ; 'Mr. Donovan, Clerk; Mr.
Fuller, Penn., Physician ; Mr Gists, Penna.,
Farmer ; Mr. Hamilton, Penn., Farmer; Mr.
Heistand, P01:111., Editor; Mr. Labrie, Ohio,
Lawyer ; Mr. Irish, ' Penn., `Lawyer; Mr
•Jrnson, New Jertey, Lawyer ; Ketcham,
P nn., Lawyer ; Mr. Kinsey, , Penn_, ,Black
h ; Mr. Ittniberton, Penn., .Lawyer; air.
Liendem, Farmer;Penn Mr. De.writnee, Penn.,
Farmer • Mr. Lowry, Penn., ; Mr. Mc-
Clure, items., Lawyer; Mr. Meredith, Penna.,
wyer ; Mr. MOtt, Penns , Farmef; Mr. Nichols,
Penns , Carpenter 'Mr. Rally, Ireland, Con-.
• Mr. Boatman, Ohio, LaWyer; Mr.
Serrill, Penna., Farmer . ; Mr. Smith, Moutgom
e4y, Pt nna., Mr.' Smith, 'Philadel
phia, Penna; letwiet; Mr. 'Steih, Penna.!'
Dweller ; Mr. Wh'artoll,` Penna., lawyer ;
ail, Speaker, 1,1111)14 Lawyer ; '
HOINS. Of ILIP6BBITITATIVSS.
,Mr. Abbot% Me 18:. Gentleman ;Mr uilexan
~pertna.„„ Contractor ; Mr. 4, f unstrenst,
PetllM, jimmy& ; Mr. Bauks, Penna. ' LaWyer'
and Farmer; Mr. Barron, Penna., Farmer;
Iblir. Bates, New York,' Physiciati; Mr: Beaver,
I Penna., Merehant -` 'Mr. Beeliii, New' York,
Farmer ; Mr. Bigidon, Penna. Lawyer ; Mr.
Banchard, Ohio, Lumber Merchant ; Mr.
B , Conn., Physician ;, Mr. Boileau, Penna.,
rmez; Mr. Brown, (Idercer,) Penna., Mer
chant and Editor ; Mr. Brown, (Northumber
land,) La vyer ; 'Mr. Busby, M.d., Tavern and
Store; Mr. Caldwell, Penna., Dyer; Mr. c 418812111,
Penna , Lawyer ; Mr. Chatham, Penna., Law
yer ; Mr. Cochran,Penna., Lawyer; Mr.
Cowan, New York, Printer and Editor • Mr.
Ciaig, Penna„Lumberrnan ; Mr. Come, Conn.,
Lawyer ; Mr. Defitine;' Permit.; Mare . Dealer ;
Mr. Dennis. R. 1., Lawyer; Mr. Divine, NEWS..
Farmer ; Mr. Donley, (Greene,) Penna., Farm
er; Mr..pennelly, (Phjle.,) leetand, t l i ntikeelter,
Nifr. Doukheity, - Penchi., Machinist Mr: Miff
field, Penesylv'a., Lawyer; Mr. -Farley, New
York, Phyrician ; Mr.,Elliott, Pe, ' Architect ;
'Mr. Fox, Penna., Physician; .Mr: Freeland,
P' ans., Farmer; Mr.' Gamble, Penna., Builder;
, . Gaskill, Penna., Clerk; Mr. Graham, Pen
n , Merchant; frir. J3rant. Penna.,Farmer; Mr
Greenbank, Penna., Lawyer; air. Grose, Penna.,
Physician ; Mr. Hail, Penna.; Palmer ; Mr,
dapper, Penna. ' Farmer ; Mr. Henry, Penna.,
Priuter; Mr. Hess, Penna., Cordwa.iner; Mr.
Hoffer, Penna., Surveyor; Mr. Hoover, Penna.,
Farmer; Mr. Hopkins, (Philadelphia,) Carpen
ter; Mr. Hopkins, (Weehington,) :.Peoria ;. Far-
Mar; Mr. Eintchmau, Penna., Farmer, Mr. Jo
sephs, Penna. ' Bank N. Pr.; Mr. Lillie, Penna.,
Lawyer; Mr. Kennedy, 'Penna., Farnieri, Mr.
Mine, Penua., Surveyor; Mr. Leber, Peons ,
itman ; Mr. Lehman, Penna., Farmer ; Mr.
1 11 .thtenwallner, Penna., - Farmer; Mr. M'Ciel•
len, Penna., Deritiet; MeArt..ity,'POttinsTitter
„chant ; Mr. M'Culiqugh; iPeentsf,J4eienttllylll&•
'Makin, N. J., Cabinet Maker; Ai. Iti'Manns,
Penotto,lluilder ; Mr. Mehra; Ptinifte.:,THlMlder ;
Mr. Myers , Penna. Letiglelatue,r.;,Mr,.NAinclen,
Penna., Eitor; M;. Pershilit, Peiffilt: 'Wiyer;
r. Peters, Penna.; Far. anctlifillthitv-Pottet
g r, Penna., Farmer; Mr."(gligley, Pa , Clerk;
Ramsey suns ,Ftemer ;„Mr. Rez,Peana ,
Farmer ; -'MA '•• 43ficiader Pandit. 'Minkel f lir.
Ritter, Penna.,,lns. Agent; Mr.lloss,.•.(Luzerne,)
Penna., Ahr per -;, Mr., Ron, OWN*, ) knoan
Laborer. UMe. Roirlishdß. Y.; , Mlirclieffl illiri .
Rassedl,,,Pertna r) , Mettles!. Maker i. 211 ,,Arn,
Penna. Lawyer s Mr. Shrock . Pa. literehaut;
Mr. Sdit,fliiiina.: limier tAir:Sdielni,Paind,'•
Editor ; Mr. Shannon, Penna„ Lavilesr; Mr.
Brpith, (Chester,) Penna., Lswyer ;. Mr. Smith,
(ila.,) Penna.,Meichant ; Mr. Strang, N. Y.,
Lawyer ;ildr.Tate, Penna., Printer; hlr.Thomp,
son, Penna., shoemaker ';= Mc t 'Tracy, -Penne.,
Farmer and Tanner; Mr. Tattoo, Eng., Law-.
yet” ; Mr. Twitchell, N.Y., Merchant ; Mr. Vin
cent, Penna., Lawyer; Mr. Wakefield, Penns.,
Clergyman ; Mr. Warner, Penna . ., Farther ;,114r.
Weidner, Penne, , Shoemaker ; .Mr. Wilciey,
Penna., Merchant; Mr. Williams, Penn., Law
-3104 ; Mr. Wituley, Penna., Physician ; Mr,
tulle, Peotia.,Geetlalusu ; Mr. Wolf, Penni.;
Carpenter ; Mr. Worley, Ohio, Lumber Dealer;
Mr. Rowe, Speaker, Pannsylvaniaa,,Merchent.
By this table it appears that in the Senate
. , ..
there are 16 lawyers, 2 physicians, 6 farmers, 1,
editor, 1 blacksmith, 1 miller, 1 carpenter; I
contractor, 1 clerk, 1 red estate dealer, 1 mer
ehtant and 1 Jeweller. - The (Adept man in the
Senate is Dr. Crawford of Mifflin, being 63; the
youngest is 29, Messrs. Buund and Grate, both
Wog set down at that age....
In the House, there are 28 lawyers, 20 farm
ers, 6 physicians, 10 merchants, 2 luMber mer
chants, 1 tavern and storekeeper, 1 dyer, :-/
pinter and editor, 1 Ituribeiman, 1 cattle
dealer, 1 innkeeper; 1 merchaut,l architect, 2
• . ..
clinks, 2 printers, 8 shoeinakers, 8. surveyors,
5 Carpenters and builde.ts, 1 bank note printer,
1 ra" Raman, 1 dentist, 1 cabinet Maker, 1 iron
trtmtar, 8 editors, 2 bankers, 1 insurance agent,
1 aborsr i 1 harness maker, Iclergyinan , and 2
= e eldest man hi the House, is Mr. Petera,
ofi Lancaster, who is 70; the
. youngest is lift.
catt , a Phil a delphia,who . The avert-
art. age of the members! of the House, is 40
X TS, and the average age edeflepatoes, 85.
~ I ;In religion, thereto a great variety, being in
House, 2 Baptista, - 2f Presbyterians, 2 Con
g gationellats, 9 Episcopal Methodists, 5 Epis
otliana, 8 Friends (or Quakers,) 2 United Pres
[titular:is, 6 Catholics, 6 Germau Reformed, 1
Disciple, 1 Protestant Methodist, 4 Lutherans,
I Reform Presbyterian, 1 Church of God,
( inebrenerian,) 1 Free Thinker, 1 Christian
a 81 making no profession. 1
a the Senate, there are 8 'Episcopalians, I
Unitarian, b' Presbyterians, 1 United Presbyte= r
r*, 1 Friend, 8 Methodists, 1 Catholic, 1 Ger- 1
men Reform, 1 Dutch Reform and 14 who make
Of the members of the House, 79 are natives
of 'ennsylvania; lof Massachusetts, 7 of New
Xtrk ) 2of Ohio, 2 of Connecticut, 1 of Mary
la d, 1 of Rhode Island, 1 of Ireland, 1 of
England, and 1 of New Jersey.
Of the Senate, 29 are natives of Pennsylvania,
2 of Ohio, 1 of New Jersey, and 1 of Ireland.--
Inlboth Houses there are 95 profeseors of reli
gion, and 38 who make no . profirion; and, sc
olding to 'these statistlas,"lt 'Blnstild' be a re
- m rkablv honest, upright and pious assembly,
Norm.— The members of State Capital
Lcidge, No. 70, I. 0. of 0. F., are requested
to; meet at their hall, in Second street, on
t l ur t ayaftern,
athalf-tone o' cloOk,
Jaik, withot# further notice. Ledges No. 68
n I t l o are also respectfully invited to partial
, in theitmeralservices, By csder of
t to t. , Secretary. -
uttegibarvia:Alttitlg ittiegrapt), ilitylitibagi Morning. Marti) 13, 1882
REP.RTED EXPRESSLY FOR THE TELEGRAPH.
WINOMAY, March 12, 1862.
The Senate met at 11 o'clock, and was called
to order by Speaker Harz.
:Prayer by ohe Rev. Charles A. Hay, D., D.,
pastor of the First Lutheran church, of Barrie-
On the motion of Mr. Morr , the reading of
the journal' of yesterday (Tuesday) was.' dis
PETITIONS, lISMONSTRANOSS, &0., PSISSNTSIO.
Mr. CONNELL presented seventeen peoty l o
and budueSs nien'or thelateMbrotigirs of
Frankford, Axamingo and Richmond, in the
Tirenty-third anct'fiiiv&ty:l3.ftlL Wards of the
city of Philadelphia, in favor of the bilj, to
seOger ra cad - company.
IReferred to the Committee on Railroads.
1 R0 1 , 1 :M./ !EtkePAnini4tee on /44 1 0rOatOLY.' ,.
:Also, a remonstrance of mechanics, material
men and others agiiikettie 'eiiilsnsion of the
lien haw epAirs „on ,huilo Inge .
:Referred ro the Gomnaittee on theJudiciari.
air KINSEYi j prefented a= petitiog of the
stockholders of the Mls:it'd gild Ich2nd tom-
e road company, in favor of an alteration of
t r charter.
ferrecl to the Committee on Roads and
Mr. KETCHAM presented a petition of citi
zens of Blakely township, tuzerne county, in
faVor of a change in the road laws of said
lured to the Committee on Roads and
l Also7it feliiitni 'Orcitikeiisti Plainis;'Haiiblef
Plymouth and Newport "townslifilsw , Lrawirne
county;' praying that ila act Ot.“AssemblY tie"
passed authdiiaing them to associate , together
for the purpose of erecting a poorhouse. • -II
illeferred to thir Committee on the JudiciarY.
'Also, a petition of citizens of Wilkesbarre an&
Neeipolt townsliips, , Lniserne county, -for lux act
tOauthorize the trustees of the proprietors' fund
to: appropriate that fund to the erection of a
Laidupon the fable. • ••
Also; 'a - petitiona 'citizens of 'Pittston
slfip, Luzern county, pra)* thht a portion of l
said toWighiP nifty be annexed to Lukewarm
township, same county.
,Beferred 'to the Ofinraittie on New 'Counties
And County. Brats. .
Also, as Otition of 'citizens of Blakely ;Win-,
ship; Liitenle . County; hi favor of a supplinnerif
to an 'act to erect-a poor house in said' town
R eferred to the Committee on the Judiciary
Also, two -remoriatiericea of••citiaenieto Lii
z4nebourity, against the "repeal of • an , act re
lating to pedlars in bad county.) . . -• :
'lleferred to , the:Cominittoe on the Judiciary.
Mr: MIA 11 presented a petition,of. citizens
of Westmoreland countypin favor of redutirig ,
the wages, of cotthty .tommissioners. •'r •. :,
Referred to,the Committee on the Judiciary.
antoirel er'exa.ol,' — 'll4 COglifi l lTlES. ' ! ' <r
Kr. PENNEY, from the Cominittee oh.the
Judiciary, reported as committed r ir. act•iteln,:
tiire to the electiim of .menibins of i COCll:pijii of
Also,..(sante,) as coniiiiitteC an' act rotative'
toltherainoad indebtedness of Allegheny city—,
tr. Rafrrif;.(Philildelphitt,) (Corporations,)
us, committed ? au actilcilepeal certain supple.-
minita Id the Relitincetinsurance company, and
for other purposes.
A. number of other private bills were report
ed', and several passed.
Who bill relative to the payment of interest
othe debt of this Commonwealth, was taken
Az i i
and read as follows:
A ACT relative to the payment of interest on
pe de r bt ee o n f t tlds bate : es m t m th o e n r w e eid in; th . ..
stases, The Commonwealth of Pennsylva.
• by aaida: o) .)lltatiefia Awed i tn.l4ilntipaElV.
borrowed money, pledging her faith , ta. re:
at specified tinesktOnpriticApidithereolotud'
Vidfrin44.l.%lol 08:41taitigeeltiti dee*. not
Par #va , JP.Fi.cP.i.FlZ ( Ndk 4 g4 o bar 01 1 049_ '
arid pledge* , fairda as: aferessid,"hil :pays four
itAl three-quarters per ceat:bnly, the remain
in- quarter of one I p,er,leeette.beiogmhitMarifl
mince of certniei laws laying taxes in this,
whasas,,This. forced', detention by , the
mount:Wealth, of any, pOrtioft ,of • the Wettest.
- eeci,fOte pail hitinzpolitio,.and violates her.
faith and impairs her ability advantageomily
tolbo. row again hereafter.
, nd whereas,
It is due nut more to the char.
ac r which this Commonwealth has always
So ht to maintain, than to the rights of those
hold her obligations, tiutt.the whole sum for
which the State is bound should be faithfully
paid according to her contract; therefore
Simon 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Souse
et Representativer of the Cknnmonwealth of Pennsyl
vailsia in General Assembly lief, asuiriOti.lo6s9.4lo-
ocied hk the al4thOrslY Cf th0.4 1 9 1 4.,1 1 1 0 4 40 WI& Of
any act of the General Assembly of the Corn
monwealth,as lays ant i taik. uPon tke iutert of
thadretit ottlie ME& ifiditlifitglatlailigai
hereby is repealed, and that h geafter tim,MWl
reSt ou the debt of thia . .(l9Mnimmaeltkita gold;
in'full, according to the taniis tipd lobligOionB
of her contract.
On motion of Mr. BENSON, . Was.:olA
committed to the Committee on,Finance, ki4oo
Nile or yeas 26, nays 6:
concurred in HOnse ainandassn -
Witte bill to provide for the destruationiof;
Canada thistles." ••,-1
;The Howse amended by sn4ing tt , a,(ps
bill. , . .
. ~ .
.i'he bill to change the place of:tkoldingiiillad
ons of the Supreme Court to Yaimaporto
taken up and debated at long*. ~ •,'r',' 1 .%
• ostpormd for the prow:it. ,, ,; -, ' -,: 11
the Senate then • k I'‘.lll
1 ••••+4 , 1: , E •
.HOUSE ofiEt . iiiibititiWit3 •
Wareasnm,lfardti 4/ ‘14413t '
The SPEAKER called tha•jtiouset4 i mier(i. ,
ten o'clock - At L .1. .. ._,.,' • , • .9i%
'Prayer by the Rev. if i r is Gaps, pastor of the
Goirmakßefornioil cpu 10, .110,F,ifbTE,,,,, , .
The Ore* ',,ivid 0 real Of ; . ',l. , terdiu k ,
e*ept = that VOiblori,. Of:tlie lift,talattie'td &IX
in! place, the readatar 44 k on, ,miotion of
M. CFSSNA,4iii e ? ' 0 a
F.55et,J.1:44144MA. 7 1:1
Mr. BEEBE moved that the House take up
House bill No. 381, "An Act to provide for the
adjudication and payment-of certain military
The motion was agreed to.
The bill was read as re-printed from amended
copy, and, after various antlindments, was
Passed'finally. • , • • T p
, , A
PAX Or CLEM TO AN INTANICUUMNG 00i91:01/I 4 1
Mr. RAPPER offered a resolution, '4ltick
agreed to, providing tigth.i..pny•pf •Elett#
clerk to the comm itUt to ` try Westlake 4:tithe
contested election of Bann:R*lp from Adams
county, the sum of three ddlianqer diem, the
number of •daya; to ye ceyhar;ell; •itc.
• n indcdtarogain.
On motion Of Airi SCOW, the NinlBo 'priv••
seeded to consider Molise •entitled "An. Ave
relating to the duties•of =ooniinisaionersi
of 'Huntingdon county, when acting as a board
of ;revisiom • • • ,•11, • ; • -01
. Considered anti- • -
1.4r4 ROSS, f ei; ,);-moved that the•amse
proceed to the conuideration orkettaat:bill}No.
—'•entitled an act in relation to the Centraiand
u i mulawatter moo ailocusioxv it. wee
to the Committee on ntilroadik,ir
BILL IN PLACE ON LILIVN.
Mr. PERSHING, read in place a bill entitled
••1,. Sgppleraent-to i the rpgulating;b9plughs."
(i010131440.1d, OPORTialklini •
On motion of Mr. ARMSTRONG, the House
proceeded to the consideration of the resolu
ltition relative to the apportionment of the
State into Congressional districts.
n .e • anti n pasleadas f e llows:.- ,
i • ( Olt 4 gelid ciandtfen of three be
aPpoitiA ' 3 td ease ?tile lbenirriSsidoil4 tipPdt ,
tiOnmentof last session, so as to make it con-
Trirm to the recent act of Congress increasing
the number of refiresentativeslroin Ails 'State.
The resolution was read a second time.
• Tbe ; pendingAuestion was on the amendment
nubtfdtb4llo. Mr. ci4.,i, *bleb *qui ' .s keleT
as folio ' / 1 • "I' i f! 1 . f. "' -'* ' ' 7 '
That a committee of seven be appointed to
report a bq1.,..t0 this golsre, apportioning the
State of Peniiiylktiiiii into Oongresiiional dis
tricts forthe neat ten ye l p."
AA i llitnoviti to amend tiliAtut44l •
by strik.Thg iliere`And irskr&g. 34 -rolhe.?"
:The question recurring on the amendment as
amended; it was
ThWeaoltiticii as miiiiie ivae then sdop
„Mtikag oll -0: 1 7 , NC411
i Mr. BROWN?' Milthumbellattlij= road in
place a bill, - ..,est - ij* supploun e nt-Aq_the act
to change t. ; "'";.;tf -iaPWllfilteitislitivings'
b t nk, and for other purposes,” and moved that
t House proceed to consider the same.
e motionivas, agreed to ; and said,pillstas
takiiiiikpindtpasseii tally: - , , ''''"' " • "'
Mr. Ito BINS moved that the Home proceed
td. the consideration of House bill No. 201, en
tttleo askaot tor&p*„. h t . act,, approndrMnrolt
7th; -18614' ntittletl • ' At'n Act , f2orthe cdthinti
tion of the tonnage duties."
pending question was on the amendment
of Mr. ARIUMIONG, which was read as f0110W8:
W> As, An act was passed 'the' list se,s
den of thtrl-4004-11inre,:entitled An Act for
the commutation of tonnage duties;" .
Litict Whereas, It id alleged' that said act
cwnstitutional and void ; theinfore, '
491:01 . 10N Bel. d iikictedliitheSehiste and House
oflßepr . emtirtepatollher sfAtormorgvectitilif Penauryb ,
wank tn Gene al met,:eria it, is hereby
eniseted by the authorityof the 'mini,' That' for the
purpose of testing the validity of .the act of
March seventh, one thousand eight hundred
add sixty Otte, entitled Act for thi3 - coin
inbtation" of tonnage Anties;" the Attorney
04118113 k of the Cotanion*eitlth be t and he is here-,
by directed and required immediately to issue
execution fur the amount of the judgments
held by the State against the Pennsylvania
•failroad company- or tonnage dues, and to col-
lest the same at:cording to law; and if necessary
to contest the validity of said act before the
court having jurisdiction of said judgment, and
tocarry the same by writ of error or otherwise,
lb' the Stiprettte Court for final decision ; and if
the said actahall be declared unconstitutional or
told, either in whole •or in part; =it shall be the
:duty •of . the Attorney General to Koceed
'forthwith' tit sue for, recover; and collect the
whole or such.part of the arrearages of tonnage
dues as may be by law recoverable.
The` amendment- was dis' radii five
minutes before one o'cloOk, r. when it was
poStponed and made the special order for three
o'clock this afternoon.
The House shortly gti3rwsa'dli
siusiNEspi 1111EN_ A_TTEND.
PUB L C 3. MEETING
The business men of the city of ,Harrisbrug
are requested to • meet at Basicr's ..13,Ars; rim
natmeu) 16701iNG,, at half past seven o'cloOk,
i ' rto • express - llfetioriintan on the' 'do;
ed. ‘. 4 Brokers.and. ShaventHill," now before
.. , ,
Wins° of - ltbritogislatiitiViiii , ,:lill. in favor of
.. .. . . . .
a legitimate and honest' trade - ire' invited to
atAnd: - . • " '
, We, the nndersigned Business Men of the city
of,Harrisburg, do hereby pledge ourselves and
agrento close 'oar'reSpective places. of Itisinea,
ciii 1 , Thursday eirening„at" 7 o'clock, P. M.,' for
thnizirpese of giving our expressions and pro
! wing our moat utter indignation against the
ge. of •the• act, (now abenit being rushed
kittifigh the Reuse of. Eepresentatives,) ca
rt! ad "An Act to incorporate the Harrisburg
v.. . utile and Exchange Company."
so, March 12, 1862.
L , ich & Bowman, Shellenberger & Bro.,
chola & Bowman, D. W: Gross'it CO., .
El rowel & Ilillinger,Jaeob Boger & Son,
J 'es A .' Lynn, Jerry Erlich,
tie, Dinkelspiel, Fairer& Meager,
J.liiartiu Lutz. Theo: P. Scheffer,
L-,Kwabium, J. & J..E. GreenaWalt,
MI G. 'Einstein, . Daniel Eppley,
13 user & Lochman,Cathcart & Brother,
E.' S.. Zollinger & 11, Kelker 1 1 15 Bidther,
i ,e i M. Groff, 'Daniel Shellenberger,
i : 1 Miller, Charles A. Boss, .
,t4p. Zimmerman & Co.,Wm. S.-Shaffer,
pt. Cmk, Jr. & Co., =John Edwards,
}ed. W. - itc Gilla, ' O. C. Mathews,
Chas. S. Segelbaum, Wm. Duncan, *
S. Iswy, : L. Lenmy,
18.18ohivetizer, "Henry Gilbert,
'John J. Ball, '' 'A.Huniel,
LI Hess, C. A. Bannvart,
A; Einstein, - . W. , Lyle Pearson,
Jds. Ktu*weiler, - ` - T. Blosser, .
C.; C. Mullin, D., J. Krause,
1 - .1. Snavely; : ' J.-Buehler,
Andrew Foltz, S. H. Ettla,
E2tiiiias, - Wm. S. Duncan,
A; Xing, A. Patterson,
Jimes S. Espy, Anthony' King,
Biownold & Sam, J. H. Zollinger,
'W Brady, .' Jones' & Waggoner,
Of K. Keller, , Geo. Bergner; -
'And many others. 1
iTwolframarorPiacts of beautiful new spring
cOiatier a;large lot of bleached and' unbleached
;mild of the best make ; blue checks, at
cents. per • yard; white--stockings,- at 121-
is; ai3other lot of those grind white ril:3 7
; ladies': pocket handkerchiefe,
a 12 cents; children's pocket handkerchiefs,
th border, 5 cents shirt breasts , -12},
and up to 871 cents; 25 pieces new .pant
g i inideribirts and drawersvery cheap;
ton - ; and woolen socks, at all prices ;
riozen _woolen- stockings, for children, 12/
n . , 11- yard bleached muslin 121- cents ;
Wool grehcit ineritioi; all cokirs, at 62 and
7i cents. Having bought the balance of the
s kof a city wboleskda' house of plain and
#. Swiss muslin, brillants, white cam
ca, Hausuck and Victoria lawns, suitable for
d • ,as those goods will be very scarce and
d' • next summer now is the time to buy. Oar
kof Furs at cost. 8. DEWY, •
' Rhoads' Old Stand.
ITGOODS. — I am now selling off my entire
.4 ,ck of goods at and below cost', or 25 per
it. cheaper than you can purchase elsewhere,
vis:' fine hose shirts 75 cts. to •$1 • shirts, 60
~ and 60 - Cts. - with linen - bo so ms ; night
rte, 50 eta ; under shirts and draWers, 40
ct . to 'ST att., all wool ; monkey jackets, 60
c ..to $1;. cotton and woolen hose 10 eta. to
1 _. eta ; silk. ties, 12i, 15 and 18 cts ; collars,
eta. to 15 cts. a piece ; ladles' collars, 4 and
. s ;eta.; cue, 4 and 5 eta. a piece ; under
:1 yes, 18 cts.; fine cambric at 18 and 18 cts.
yard, worth-25 eta.; Marseilles bosoms of a
n -.style,— and fast cellars 12,} cts.; all linen
'ups, - IS cts. and upw ards. If you want
e __and gall...goods just go to James A.
L at. the.-Harrisburg Cheap Shirt ! Mann,:
t t,, 9i %l
• -7 %lit ip' 4111: made , to-.-meesureimlloout
n tt o Hummel 85, Killinger'eltrooe' &retort;
250 OARRIA.GEB AT AlrollOgi
32d Trade . Sale at Valla!lelPhia
Tills SA.LII WILL TAXI PLAOI ON
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2d, 1862,
At 10 o'clock, A. M.,
At the Bazaar, Ninth and hansom Stieets,
THE aeaortment will be very exOneive
and complete, comprising at least
m the beet manufacturers of this City and Wilming
ton, Delaware, most clewhich, will be warranted.
sa- Full particulars may be Laud ln future adver
tisements and Catalogues.
;•-• The Auctioneer . relpentfully announces that this; will
he thelaFt Public Sale a Cirr — lages ever held to „the
City of Inkoleet thearndult'br iVZ,bOO
are alma y secured, ?dr. "derrick's_ alone amounts to
The will be arranged and open Air examine;
thin several slaye previous to . 101e:which will - positively
take place on theabove dar, nviihdut — rldliN to the
weather. . • - alhltakiD M. 11:11Itialek33, •
mall.gtd „: • , . Auctioneer. •
SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS'! f !
I(6l l .reeeivell and fah - rat th. ti
,"ccdtsirod - 13b3re,-111 idarket 'ltt:tet;tifT ,
of fresh and ganutbe4StPden, iud'field Eeedr in
44 State (r,tyt side of Philadelphii. .-atayiku Sada at
,ticars ts Emit tvalzu,
RAANTSCD 'le 'cositafn is much' as 'Gin be - bad
Ihrjtes tents inTwitkire else, and en bulk at pricetrwhicti
eaanti 4 ba cinder sold: Also AgricultfiralMid Hoitaul•
tural Implements pi , the season: I hiviteuttantittu
my stock. ' - .DAITIb 'IIBCY NM* •
11.0 Stiritet street.''
•-• • -
100 BUILDING LOTS FOR - SALE.
pHE subscriber offers for sale, on twins
favoraiite to parchment, ore-hundred-but ding lots
variously situated In the north.western and eastern parts
[tribe city of Barrisbarg. ua Penn. street, poeter h atrenue,
street,"llidge a'ad'ile - h . tate street,
Parton creek, between said creek aad the Banishing
Fm further particulars inquire or. the .subsoriber re
siding on.Vrout street in sand city. JNO. AMSTER.
cIAPT. 'WIII, E. SEES remark - a feiw'
lIJJ days to receive recruits lor . .Qompano D l lavianth
co. Omani. nor statiunvl at Annapolis, lid. Apply at
the Harmer. , Hotel, N. G. Patera, Markaintroat
A GREEABLY to the' provisions of an act of
II the General 'Assembly of this Common- .
wealth, approved the twenty-fifth day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1862, which IS as follows:
A SUPPLEMENT to an act in relation to public
printing, approved the ninth day of April,
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.
'Swum 1. Be it enacted by the A St'outte and House
of I . tepresantatives 'of the ~ o:.onweladi o f .F.'entayl
vansa, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby
enacted by the authority of the same,' That the con
tractor or contractors for the publicprintirig
and binding, shall hereafter be allowed for the'
tnuislation of English matter required to be
printed in the German language the sum of forty
cents per thousand ems. .Provided, That .no
charge-shall be allowed for figures or other mat
ter not actually translated.
Sao. 2. That in addition, to the charges al
lowed for,,the furnishing of blanks, by the elev
enth section of the act to which this is a supple
ment, there shall hereafter be 'allowed for down
red ruling five ,cents Per.iiire of tweritY-four
: !Sao. 8: That it is'the %tad and,meOng - of
the'ltdt tei which thli is a suipplenteat,,tbat
there shill:be no charge allowed for compost
ten ocr- any extra documents ordered; unless
the comPodition has actually beenPerformed,ef
:which an affidavit of the Public printerehrill, lie
required by the Auditor General' •
Ideo. 4. That on Tuesday the eighteenth day
of March, one thousand eight , hundred and six
tY-two, and on the fourth Tuesday of January'
every third year thereafter the Legislature shall
meet in joint convention in the - Hall of the
House of Representatives, and let the public
printing and binding for three years according
tei the provisions of this , act, and the act to
which this is a supplement, except that but one
week's public notice may be given of the time of
the allotment for tne year one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two. Provided, That the
bonds with the sureties of the several bidders
shall be duly executed, sealed up and delivered
with the proposals for the printing and binding
and in addition to the condition now required
by law, shall be conditioned that in case the
bidder or bidders to whom the printing and
binding- shall be awarded, shall neglect or re
fuse to accept the same at his or their bid, the
said bidder or bidders with his or , their sureties
aforesaid shall be liable to the Commonwealth
for the difference between the amount- of •such
bid and the amount of the bid of the person to
whom the printing and binding shall be award-
ecl, after such neglect or refusal. And provided
fwther, That said bonds shall be accompanied
with the certificate of the President Judge of
'the Court of Common Pleas of the district or
districts in which such suretiesm ay reside, or
in case of the absence or other inability of such
President Judge with the certificate of the asso
ciate Judges of the county in which such sure
ties may respectively reside, that said bond and
atireties are spilicient to secure the Common
wisalth to the amount of the penalty thereof,
which certificate shall be authority to the
speakers to approve said bond:
Notice is herebrgiven that the Speaker of
the Senate and House of Representatives 'of
said Cormnonwealth will receive proposals until
the 18th day of March, 1862, for doingthe Public
Printing , and Binding' for the term of Bute
years froni the Ist day of July next, at a certain
rate per centum below the rates specified in the
act relating to the Public Printing and Binding,
approved the 9th day of April, a. D. 1856, and
according to the mode and manner, and condi
liens, therein specified, and in the supplement
tc; said act above recited. - - . •
_ . .
Said proposals to specify the rate per centnm
on the whole of the rates of said act taken
together, and not a specification of the rate per
cehtnm below the rates on each item; • • •-•
The following is the form. , of proposals for
this State Printing and Binding:
"I, —, propose to do all the State Printing
and Binding in the manner and in;all respects
subject to the provisions of the, act of the 9th
of April, A. D. 1856, and the supplement there
to; approved February 25th, A. D. 1862, for the
period of three'years from the first day of July
next, at the rate of -- per centnm below the
rates specified in said act, and should the State
Printing and Binding; as aforesaid be allotted to
me, I will be ready forthwith to give bond, with
sufficient sureties, for the faithful performance
of the work so allotted," which said proposals
1411 be sealed and endorsed, "Proposals for
Public Printing and Binding ;" and shall be
directed to the said Speakers, and - be 'delivered
to one or both of them to be opened, announced
and allotted, on the 18th day of March inst.,
agreeably to the provisions of the act of 9th of
April, 1856, and the supplement thereto, -ap
proved February 25th, A. D. 1862.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TELIPSER.
lATOULD respectfully inform ' his old
yy pammeandEthepptale genend% that he will
_ehithine to give linibnotions on the PIANO FORS% ML
. 0 :IRON, VIOLIN' and also In thefaience of THOROUGH
IlitAlle. lie - will w•th pleasnrowsit upon pupas at theirl
seams at any hone "desired) ye moony wi ll boerma
hist rcseideeblejsiThird street s a' few doors below th
Germ . aettelbrara Church. declikgt&r
Haw:tours. GOUDA PREMATION.
()MINIUM - 0 rrAILD !EXTRACT MICR%
A Positive and Speclda Remy
For Dieraqrs of the BLADDRR, IiEIDNEYB, GR&VIN.,
aad DROPSICAL SWE4LINGII. '
Thil Medicine lIICTOR-01 the power or DiSolltS o ) l 4 and
excites thO ABSORBENTS tut • hadtly aellon, by which
the WATERY OR OSLO Altiand depositions, and all IMI
NATURAL ENLARGEIENTEr are reduced 11.21 wed ae
PAIN AND DreLANATros, and is gad for
MEN, WONBN OR CEIILDRE.T.
HELHROLTPS EXTRACT SUCELU,
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Di-54110t0n. Early In
discretion or Abase.
ATTENDICD.WITH-THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indisposition to - Loss of Power
Loss of Memory, Di ff iculty of Breathing,
Weak . Trembling,
Dimneas C.f Pain in the Back.,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscatel. System,
Hot Hands, ,riseklag of tile Body,
Dryness of the &cm' , Eruptious on L e•Ease,
PALI 10 tx)e - ti f CNANCE,
. These Or Wens, if &Bowed to go on, whie b thy! melt
idne invariably remeies. soon follows
• IMPOrENCY. FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS
IN ONR OF: THE PATIENT MAY EXPIRE.
' Who cern 'eat that they are not freque fly followed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION..
Veiny are_ aware of the cause of their suffering,
DUOF X NONE WILL comrs.s.
•*'• • Rita' the IWasstAely Deifies by Moment:Won,
WAR AIM WITNISSI . XO =MI= OP IMP APOPRIVOS.
THJI coNsTrrunorq icvnerso WITH
Re/sires the aid of medicine to srengthee and
Invigorat the System,
'WAWA Ilataaom's =num suoffir tiothiri4l4 dos
• ItIUAL 111111.1. 01007011111111 moot agitrTICAL.
NC1M.11:13.-FIIIKAI23- 7 PEWALR&
oLD OR YOUNG, SE9I4, OR covitaPLA
IN fLANY4YFE P TIONA W
PEQ4h. TO MitaTM,
.the Beirut Birithn unequnied by say other remwly,
,as fadVrasW rir Retention, Irregularity, Pa'Mhew
Satipib n'or Clastomiry Nyacuttlona. trkmre,ed or
Seirrhoos state of the Mares, Leaoorboxi Whites, Stern
Ity, sad for all comptainis incident to the sex, whether
arising from Jadiseretkm, Habits of Dissipation, or In
Dile - LINE 012 0124LATOS 02 LIPS.
Sri BTXPIONd ABUT.
NO FAMILY SHOULD SE WITS )61. IT t
TA= NO Nogg MASAN, 11612111 RY. OR ITYPLERSRart Mini
ORR roa ustrutaaaerr AND rkapar,oouis mums.
izgatsomPs XXIRAGT sucao
In all their Stages, At little Expense ;
lAttle or no change In Met ; No nconvenle , oe;
lnd no nature.
It names a frequentilesire Wad gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions.
Preventing and Curing Strintores or toe Ur~.b ra
Allaying Palii!andlulthuntnettoti, an frectiont -In the
ease at diseases, and expelling all Poisonous, Dasea sed
and isorrrent MaUir.
ltitOtlEttlinti UPON TtletteLNDe
WHO HAVE BEEN IHE norms OF QUACES,
and Who have paid lia.tvy runs to be cured In a short
tsmo,have found they ' , ern dwedved, and that the' Pal-
PON" bon, bytho pee of "rows.orni. aerreuxuerre, " been
dried up in the System, to bi'en riot in an akgravateit
PERHAPS A/TEX AURELIO&
Use kxuthowls lirrescr ammo for all Affectlutu3 and
(Mamma of the
whether etigilOgin • • ; •
• • MALE OR imm&LE.
prom vtkintiokr c>♦nBn originating and no matter t f
HOW LONG SPA NDING
Ineeasen of these °riling tegetre the mat of DIUREr IC,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACr SUCH II
IS THE GREAT DIURE32O,
Ain In certain to have the deeinal effete in eV Diseases
FOR WHICH IT IS RECtili
fleirkatee of the matt reliable and feerneible character
will accompany the =dices.
CERTIFICATES' OF UMW,
Meng to %) yew= standing,
WITH Nous isaiiiirs To
' SCIENCE AND FA :AE
Price $i 00,per ,
_bottle, or. to x for $5 00.
• I)ellveredgraWiOldhis t - gointrelsr pucka. from oboes.
0111.101 Gmogiutteedf Advice Gragas
PertOMally apps trod before me, au Alderman of tho
ray 0( rMittdolpfils, EL S. lapbmujinn, wan being duly
*worry doth say;bli preparations itentnln nn narrotlo, no
Mercury, or other iujurious drugs, but are purely Togo
Sworn and anbeorlbed before me. this 231 day of No
vember, 1864. WIL P. MOSER% Alderman,
Ninth St: abote Rook Phila.
Addrees lettere.lor informatioaln oonedenoe
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist,
Depot, 104 South Tenth St., bal. chestnut, Phila.,
BE WARE Or 0017N.ilttlitirtri1Tai
aND liNPPINIENPLED DNA) SKS,
Who endeavono dt..poce "oP Than aural , and ..ozNis
•ARTIOLIS ON TNN RIPVTATION ATTAINID NT
liteLtutiold'a Genuine Preparation e,
1, ..xtract Swim,
.1( Improved Hose Wash.
Sold by C. K. eller, D. W, Grose, J. Wyeth, C &
AND ALL' DROEFTST.i EVERYWHERE
FOR RELMBOLVS. TA as NO OMER
Cat out the adverMPement and send for at.
AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EXPOSUIL.
et•books, llankers' Cum, Ladles' Cabs Satcheb,
Ladles Tinveling ratchets. We are constantly rallying
additions to our stock of the above goods, and new.
wily have a due assortment of the latest styles. We
respectfully Invite persons wanting to purchase any of
the abdve articles to examine the stock—knowing that
a greater variety or better goods canno: be found in the
If.SLUSR'S Drug and Piney Store,
91 Market street, one door east of fourth dosser, mouth
side. m 4.
ALA- PORTER AND BEER,
TOTICE is hereby given to the citizens
X ll of Barrisourg, that the undersigned has authorised
.E. Mager to rmmive orders - for any of my mann*,
nixes. Thec)lletiting will be 'attended to by the under
signed. Alit orders left as above will be promptly at
tended to. (Bolt( LAMM,
,feb22-dem. " Pottsville, Pa.
TO GRAIN CONTRACTORS.
THE BALTIMORE BAG FACTORY,
No. 17 South Street, Baltimore, Md.
Is PREPARED to furnish Government
atastractore and others with Linen or Cotton Bags or
all• sizes, promptly for cash ac low prices. Oats and
arts Cantracters will find it to their advantage to give me
a 'mu. JOHN 0. OttAlltLlN.
ißalttmore, Jan. 1.7th,1865. 1y2.4-2mde
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS.
BEST PENS in thp world, for '750, $l. 25
ao, $2, $3, and $4, for isale at
lebls y SCHBFFBR'd Bookstore
ALL OF THE DIFFERENT SIZES,
WHITE AND COLORED•
Thepest artiele manufactured, can he found at
Next door to the Harrisburg Han k.
EOHLEFFELIN BROTHERS & 00.,
INIS-SNALERS in Fancy Goods, Per
fuakery, Brn r . also- &genie for the elle 'ot Refined
Petroleum, Illuminating Oil, superior to any coal oil ;
tarnished inane quantities at the lowest market rates.
170 andl.72 William, Street,
jart.dom NEW YORK.II
gE rooms-formerly-occupied by Grosi
& Ktmkel, as a WHODESAL4 AND RETAIL
GEOCERP, having ample accommodation for the true
action of such bininees. Apply to
GEO. G. IiIJNIZEr.,
Otinal street., between State endlirabmt.
...EOMETHING;I. NEW 1
X.O exclaim for having Boots and R.hoeo
.JA:tdaokened. Bltioyiag that will give a po li sh on
wet orgy beopi;trotirkenx f 0; she II
roe pates :frioeWak ar
,W B * 1 04! IIM A. 440 o
• : .I,llupiLs& sowNAPPEI,
21 corner Front and Market atneadi.
H. T. HICLID3OI D..