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L.RTER FRO.III CAIFORXI.I.
. Wednesday, April 19
The Philadelphia Whig City Convention yes:,
terday nominated the• Hon. Robert T. Conrad
for Mayor, and -Isaac Hazlehurst, Esq.:, for
e , lt is ascertained 'that Hon. Richard Vaux to
to be the Democratic nominee for Mayor, null
Killian L. Hirst, Esq., for City Solicitor.
In Congress yesterday, Mr. Cooper present
ed to the Senatonight petitions for the erection
of a suitable post office buildingin
for the relief of the Burlington,
University, lowa, passed the Senate, as also
one allowing ,an exchange of school lands in
Alabama. In the House, the bill increasing
the salaries of employees in the executive de
partments at Washington was passed. Mr.
Lane, of Oregon, introduced a bill to enable
the people of Oregon to form a State conetitu-
Bon and government, and' to provide far the
'admission of such state into the Union. It was.
.referrred to the Committee on Territories.--
The Senate amendments to the West Point A
cademy bill were debated, the knotty point
being the appropriation - of $20,000 for the
erection of a Cavalry Exercise Hall. The
question was 'taken on this, but no quorum
voted, and the House adjourned.
'Captain Canfield, of the Topographical En
gineers, a son-in-law of Senator Cash, died yes
terday in Detroit.
A bill to amend the Massachusetts Prohibi
tory Liquor Law has passed the Lower House
of the Legislature of that State.
In the Pennsylvania Legislature, the bill to
transfer the Franklin railroad to the Cleveland
Painsvillo and .Ashtabula railroad ; Company
passed Committee of the Whole of the Senate,
and a bill to transfer the same road to the
Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company passed
first reading in Committe of the Whole of the
same body. , Certain amendments to the con
stitution, restraining the State from subscri
bing to railroad stock, limiting the State debt,
&e„ passed first reading. , The House passed
a bill authorizing the Harrisburg, Mount Joy,
and Lancaster Railroad Company to increase
its capital stock add to issue tibial& Tho bill
to incorporate the Philadelphia Deposi:o Bank
passed second reading.
The House also passed the bill to incorpo
rate the Board of Directors of the Fire Depart
ment of Philadelphia, after being amended so
as not to interfere with the authority of the
Councils of the consolidated ciiy to regulate
the firemen within its limits. The net is to be
void, i 4 coati - Councils, should hereaftdr estab•
Bah a Municipal fire department, as authorised
The vote rejecting the Gadsden treaty-has
'been reconsidered by the Senate, and another
effort is 'making. to procure its ratification.—
Douglas is also trying -to resuscitate his Ne
braska bill in the Rouse.
Thursday April 20.
In Congrese.yesterday, the Senate passed a
bill to prevent unnecessary delay in discharg
ing cargoes of vessels arriving from foreign
ports. _ The Senate also concurred in the
House amendments to the bill increasing the
pay of the employees in the executive depart
ments at Washington, and also passed a bill to
reward the discoverer of anaesthesia. The
Homestead bill was taken up, and Mr. Thotnp.
eon, of Kentucky made a speech against it.
A most destructive fire has taken place at
Charleston, S. C., nine large stores being bur
tied. The loss is stated at $600,000.
A report comes from Washington that Sen
ator Bell's amendment to the Gadsden treaty,
recognizing the Sloe grant, will bo adopted,
and the treaty saved.
The House passed the Senate bill granting
ten millions of acres of thep f liblic lands for
the benefit of the indigent insane in the sever
, The Liverpool packet ship. Underwriter is
ashore at Squam Beach. The steamship Del
aware, hound for Philadelphia, in endeavoring
to render assistance, lost a boat and two of
A dreadful shipwreck has occurred nearAb
•eecom beach, and' 57 dead bodies have been
washed ashore. It is supposed that some Liv
erpool packet ship has gone to pieces. The
bodies look like those of German emigrants.
A singular case of conspiracy to extort
money from a wealthy old man of Easton, is
on trial at that place. The previous high
character of all the parties gives peouliar in
terest to the affOir.
• - in -the-Pennsylvania Legislature, yesterday,
the, House fixed on Tuesday, the second day of
May, for the adjournment of the Logishiture,
provided the Senate concur, The Senate die•
cussed, the proposed amendments to the con-
stitution, and rejected an amendment offered
byAlti. Price, providing for the election of
Senators and Representatives by single dis
tricts. The House concurred in the Senate
amendments to the bill for the sale of the pub
lin works, and the bill passed finally. The
minimum price fixed is ten millions of dollars.
The bill now only requires the signature of the
Governor to become a law.
Friday, April 21.
In Congress, yester'day, the Senate passed
bill establishing a land system for the terri
tory of New Mexico, and held an executive
session, after which it adjourned until Monday
The Senate's amendments to the West Point
Academy bill were debated and agreed to,
among them being the one making an appro
priation for a cavalry exercise hall.
In the State Legislature, on Wednesday eve
ning, the supplement to the not regulating
banks was passed finally by the Mouse. An
amendment . to - Prevent the notes of -a_
less dauoMinotion than ten dollars, after July
4th, 1865, was voted down; nyes 23, nays 66.
The House also passed two bills concerning
releases and divorces. In the Senate, on the
some evening, Mr. Ouigglo read a bill, from
which it appears that a bonus of $350,000 line
• been offered to the State for the privilege of
building — the Lake• Shore railroad. The bills
to authorize the Lancaster and narrisburg
liaihmad Company to increase its stocks was
passed, as also one to exempt• Charity schools'
, and the Academy of the Fine Arts from taxa::
Thd'sieamer Black Warrior, which has just
arrived at New Orleans from Havana, - reports
that the Cultort.offioials wore particularly obli
ging to lier-othoers, permitting her to 'clear us
traniiltsafter office hours.
The foreign news. received by the Asia at
New - York,•though only three days Inter, is of
,quite of a diftereht tenor from the last adviees:
successes of the Russians are said to have
given them no real advantage, but only to have
placed them in so critical a position that the
Oeneralis, earneetty demanding reinforcements.
The:allied fleet has arrived at Varna. to Cc-
operate with Other Paella, in some contempla
ted movement : • • The Turks have crossed the
Banuhe and gained a victory over the Ruisiane
in Bessarabia. The Sultan has seized the,
property:Of . the Mosques, and deposed the
Sheik..lll4'olam. ' Greece and• Turkey aro fast
verging, to open war,•Greeco apparently talc
log little trouble to, avoid it. Navigation is
.open in the Billie, and the English fleet hoe
ealleefroni its anchorage after a warlike ad.
dress 11:in the. Admiral. A serious riot-.has
occurred at 'Barcelona. Austria and Prussia
aro negotiating a protocol with England and
France on the aubjeot of the war, and the in
dleatides are that the two first named powers
are preparing to join the alliance and wage
Waratrainst `Russia. In foot, the Emperor of
Austria has sent, a lette'r to the Emperor, of
Prange' in Which he is said to announce that
•he islirtipered to 'war against Russia in ease
the Russian advances into , Turkey ' eliould
reack,a eortalnopoint: ,A sort °Creams propo'.
eition,,co p tained. in the .lettor of ,the. Czar to
the King orPrinisla,'lnis'beenrejeoted by the
allies. A seizure of unfinishosi ships win
for Russia has been Made in England; and the
reportoays...that thp Russian officers who su•
perintended, their construction, Die now in, the
United Stites oti Similar nolesion;` 'Comm&
dally this ' Vottott'dontiii;
vied firm; . breadetutlallind' declined, end .com- ,
Sole hid advanced considerably,
The Gadeden Treaty wee again eadereoe..
eideratien i he, Semite ,*eeterdiiy,_centriirs .
to exfieetation, end it is tiow asserted' Viet,'
with sow, amendments, it will finally prevail.
President lier6o wine' it ia.thought, veto tho
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~ • -, . Saturday, Ap.rll ' 22.
A powdee trail near Roohester,,N.•.Y.exple
ded Oa :Wednesday, evening...with a..terrific
shock, which shook the whole city. -No-lives
lost. Damage $3OOO. ',
Fifty five hundred entigr;nts haveheen Inn
.led at the port of Now York, froth Europe;
within twenty four hours. . '• •
•, James - Quinn, was executed, according l iii
law; at Wilkesbarre, Pa., yesterday, for the .
murder of a female named Mahala.. Wiggins,
'on hoard a canal boat, last' fall, by cleaving
her skull with an axe. Horan eagerly up the
stepa, of-the eonffold, seemed indifferent to-his
fate.'and during the prayer, smiled and bow;
ed recOgnition to his acquaintances. ;Remade
In the State Legislature, on Thursday era:-
ning. the bill to incorporate the Montour Bank
SYRB lout in the Senate by a tie vote, but Mr.
Crahb introduiied a new bill which passedse
cond reading. The Senate also premed bills
Incorporating the Sunbury and Erie Telegraph
Cenlriany, end relative to the owners of ad
joiPing wharf and dock properties. The
House refuted to concur in the Senate amend
ments to the hill relative to the hours of labor
in - manufneturing estahlishmentn. The Con
ference Committee of the two Houses on the
liquor hill, met on Thursday evening anti
agreed upon the plan proprwed at the last ses
sion, of submitting the gifestion to a vote of
In the Legislature, yesterday, the Senate
appointed a cotrimiteee of conference relative
to the disagreement on the bill regulating the
hones of labor. The Senate rejected, by a vote
of 15 ayes to 18 nays, the bill transferring the
Lake Shore Railroad to the Ohio company.
The House refused to concur in the Senate
amendments to the bills exempting certain i
charitable and other institutions in Philndel- 1
phia from taxation, and regulating banks.— '
Vie result en Proposing to emend tho Consti
tution of the Commonwealth was adopted in
the shape heretofore reported.
The Russian loss in the repulse at Tultschn,
on the Danube, was only 450, instead of 3000.
''' A most lamentable Recount of the wreck of
the ship FeWhetan is given. The loss of life
wns extrnordinary. The schooner Manhattnn,
from Philndelphin, hound for Bnngor. bris
heen 'wrecked near the rowhatan, and six
illiquday April 24. •
Neither branch of Congtesn was in session
A fatal riot has occurred nt Saginaw, Mich.
igan, originating in nn attempt of some three
hundred armed men to burn the jail at that
place and rescue the prisoners. The Sheriff
was killed in attempting to suppress the dis
turbance, but a large number of the'rioters
have been arrested.
A ship with emigrants, which has arrived nt
St. John, N. 8., from Liverpool, had thirty
five deaths on board, from cholera, during the
. _ . .
,A - prohibitory liquor bill ban been defeatedl
in the Legislature of New Urunswiok.
The steamship North Star has arrived at N.
York from Aspinwall, but brings no later Cal
ifornia news. The United States ship Cynne
was waiting there for Lieut. Strain and his
party, on whose arrival she would sail with
them for New York. Only six of Strain's par
ty died, among them being the two New Gren
A French squadron of six war vessels was at
Carthagena, to enforce a claim brought by
French citizens against the.overnment, for
flour destroyed at Panama eome 'year,s since.
The difficulties between the provincial govern
ment and the Panama Railroad Company were
about heidg settled.
In the State Legislature, on Saturday, the
' conference committee submitted its report,
accomponied by a bill providing for a vote of
file people of the State on the question of en
-noting a Prohibitory Liquor Law. Its consid
eration was' deferred. 'A bill passed—the-
Senate to present abuses in the sale of intoxi
cating liquors. Also a number of private hills,
among which wore charters for the Bedford
Mineral Springs Association, and the Northern
Dispensary, Philadelphia. In the House, the
whole day wag occupied with the consideration
of the General Appropriation bill, the discus
sion pertaining to the, appropriation for - the
Delaware Division of the canals.
Tuesday, April 25.
In the Legislature, yesterday, the Senate
adopted the report of the Conference Commit
tee on the Prohibitory Liquor bill, and also
passed in committee the bill relative to the
Sunbury and Erie and Lake Shore railroads.
The house negatived -a motion to make the
bill to sell the Delaware Division - of the
Works the,special order for Wednesday .
' • The Governor sent in a message an•
trouncing that he had signed about two hun•
dred bills, among them being bills . to rechar
ter the batiks of Northumberland, Middletown
Mr. Soule is said to have bad n cotrespon
deuce with the*Spanish ministry on the right
of search, as maintained by the Spanish sev
The steamship United States has arrived at
New Orleans from Aspinwall, bringing a mil
lion of dollars in gold, and two weeks' later
news from California. Theßritish ship Chal
lenge has been seized' ni San Francisco for a
violation of the revenue laws. • Col. Watkins,
ono of the Walker Fillibusters, has been con
victed of the offence alleged againathim, but
recommended to the mercy of the Court. Two
editors in California have fought a finch in
which one named Washburn, of the Alta Cali
fornia, was badly wounded by his opponent,
named Washington, who is connected with tee
Times. ferry's Japan squadron had arrived
at Loo Choo, all well.. The ship Dasbins
Wave and the propellor Arispe, both from Phi
ladelphia, have arrived at San Francisco.
A chain bridge, in course of erection nt Lit
tle Falls, on the Potomac. fell yesterday mor
ning, causing the death of several of the work- 1
men, and also of Mr. -Ryder, the contrnotor.
In Congress, yesterday, the House went in-
tocommitteeon_the. Senate's emendirient to
the Deficiency bill, and apeeehes on the 'Ne-1
braska Bill were made by Mr. Phillips and
Mr. Harris Mr. Benton got the floor, but ,
gave way, with an understanding that he will
opt air to-day on the Nebraska bill.
In tho Senate, the Homo amendments to
the West Point 'Academy Bill were non conJr,
curred in, arid a committee of conference was,
appointed, The Senate passed the bill appro
priating' $lOO,OOO to procure suitable gold
medals for the captains of the ships Three
Bells, Kilby; and Antartie.-and the balance to
be divided among the crews for gallant con
duct in rescuing tho survivors of the wreck of
jho steamer San Francisco. The Indian Ap
,proprintion bill wee token up, debated and-
TILE BALTIC AND ST. PETCREIBIIII6.--Tho
English fleet, by the last accounts, haVe made
a move ono step nearer to the scene of expect
ed hostilities in the Baltic. The object is
doubtless to strike at the Capital, St. Peters
burg, hut before this can ho reached, it is
nressary to reduce 'the celebrated fortresses
ir the 13114 of Finland which guard the capi
tal. Those pee; Sweaborg,at Ileleingfors; and
Cronstadt. I The 'firet is' one of the regular
naval stations, but Cronttadt is the principal
station for the Russian
place holds the' key to Si. , Petersburg, from'
which it is distant about twenty miles.
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_ The Russian Emperor IS making all the pro
, parntions nomseary to protect his capital, and
well he may, St. Petersburg, being ono of the
finest eitiee,of Europe. Its population is over
half n million of souls, nnd its public buildiNgs
• magnifieent, with nn imperial library of 4.25,-'
000 volumes. The available vessels of the
Russian fleet in the Baltio.nre being premed
for the emergency, and 800 new gun bents
• 'have been . ordered to bo 'Everything
betokens n forMidableresistaine to nnyattack,l
upon Russian' torritokiln that quarter.' •
RATAL RIOT AT SAGINAW: - -BuTTAto; April
itliohlKon Papera contain adcounta of
a dreadful riot n4leh occurred at Saginaw, on
thei.l7th instant • It originated in soma three
tundra& armed men attempting to bitin the
j;,iCat that place and rdeetto . 'the pritionere.:-=.
"The oheriff,nnd pther,e,interfered to put down
thir. 'Act, and In dojng , this. the. !Iberia:. wan
~lulled, A large noinber theidoters -kayo
~;keen arreated`n d bound ever
un4loation. •:,Tyrenty,frveof : tho:riatere 'Were
iirePted• ' , Qat) 9r,t4e prieonem ,wne retaken•
and the other foniarti conualel p, pwamp,
iihl4 e n s auitcqtadiaby 200aimed.alea.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1854
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FOR - GOVERNOR,
FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER
FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT
DANIEL IL WESER,
WHIG STATE commiTTEr.
In pursuance of the directions of the late
Whig State Convention, I have selected the
following gentlemen to compose the State Cen
tral Committee for the present year.
Cal. And. G. Curtin. of Centre Co., Chairman,
Gen. William Lorimer, Allegheny
Col C. 0. Loomis,
Fredrick Lening, Philadelphia.
Joseph B. Myers, ..
Hon. lVm. B. Reed, ..
Stephen Miller, Dat phin
John Covode, Westu.oreland
Tho. B. Franklin, Lancaster
Hon. IL ill: Fuller, Luv.erno '
H. D. Maxwell, Northampton
L. A. Mackey, Clinton
David Taggiirt, Northumberland Co.
WM. F. JOHNSTON
Chairman Wi n g &we Convention,
fiffY — The celebrated Professor John 'Wilson
known as the Christopher North of Blackwood
and as the author of many stories and poems,
died at Edinburg on the 8d of April.
Dar The New York National Democrat
thinks that the success of the democratic par
ty in 1856, depends upon its immediate and
total ahandinditenT of the preselit national ad
mibistration. This proves the old adage that
"rats desert a sinking ship."
keGentr, as usual, is the earliest in the
field with his Magazine. The May number of
the Lady's Book is on our Table, and from a
glance at its contents, ye have no hesitation
in saying that it will give, if possible, more
pleasure to the ladies than generally, as this
is a peculiarly'ricit issue, containing.fifty.one
spirited, etigrayings and fashion plates, and
interesting.matter from Seventy four contri
butors. Published by L. A. Gouky, No. 114
Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Terms, $3 per
annum; single numbers 25 cents.
THE SO-CALLED DEMOCRATS
Burke, of New liampshire, after
tracing the nistory of his connection with the
Democratic party for, the ,last eight months,-
draws the following picture of the Democratic
party of the North:
"In Maine, the Democratio party' is disor
ganized and defeated. In New York, it is in
condition far more desperate. In New
Ifompattir'e, with the aid of the National Dem
nerat's—who have been persecuted and pro
scribed by the President and hie minions---the
Demodratio party is barely saved from defeat.
Ili Massachusetts, there is no Democratic par
ty, nothing but a poor, mercenary, unprinci
pled, contemptible faction, calling themselves
Democrats,' who yearly coalesce with the Free
Soilers, and , who support the Administration
nominally, only in consideration of the crumbs
which tall from the Executive table. Itt Ver
mont there never was a Democratic party
worth saving. _ln ... short, in every state north
of Mason and Dixon's line, the Democracy is
more or less disorganized and demoralized; at
this moment , Gen. Pierce;if he were before the
people for re-election, could not carry ono of
per The National Administration is meeting
defeat on every hand, Even the sturdy 'Do.
mocrucy' give it the cold shoulder. Mr Rob
bins was brought out as the Administration
candidate for Mayor of Philadelphia, and sup
ported by the whole force of the Custom House,
Post Office, &c., yet he was beaten by Mr. Van:
-to- the tune of over five thousand majority.—,
Cadwallader received the Administration sup-,
poit for City Solicitor, and he was-defeated by
Mr, Hirst by a majority of about seven hun
dred., Add to this the total route of the
Pierce party in Now Hampshire, Rhode Island,
and Connecticut, the defeat of the Gadsden
treaty, a pet of the powers that be, and it
would appear that this Administration is no.
where—dead, used up, and ready for burial
at the yr-
a bill proposihg to increase the
'postage on letters to five cents, for nny
between places in' the United States,
not exceeding three thousand miles, and to ten
cents for any greater distance than threo thou
solid miles. This measuro has ,already mit
yrith very general pOpulargisapprohation, and
cannot bo , defended on any sound principles of
public policy and economy.
MAJ. GEN. SCOTT.—We yesterday had the
pleasure (says the N. V. Journel of Commerce)
of on interview with Il is veteran chief. Ills
Massive frame is still robust and vigorous, and
he appedis capable of onemintering the bard
:o4s of another war if necessary.. Ile lives
in handsome style on Twelfth street, (Now
Yorit,) Convenient to bis business office ! the
"Itreitdgdarters, of the United States Army,"
where, with his Ays, he is constantly engaged
in the discharge ofpis reevonsible dutiee.
—•• • •
vie—The Iteligious Anniversaries wil soon
Commence in Now York. The pecuniary ooti
ditiOn of the VAltiOUB societies is said to be of
a very' entiefhetory character. Ten elf 'them
show an itgdregato of contribuiiointamoun4l4
to $1,00,282, which is an inoi•easfi
916' otter' The reoeipts of the
American Tract SoCiety alone reach $414,160;
beingah tucreatio bt $29,632; abd'ihose of iho
American Bible Sooloty amount 'to $896,00C;
Thespeeah of Mr . Hunt; ononisianni
in tbe House of Representatives,lagalnst the
Nebraska bill, is .warmly commended by tho
Whig papers of. New Orleans.: The. Bulletin
subscribes to its views.. and says that' it is
universally approved. The Bea publishes large
.extracits, and speaks of 7t in high•terme of
-• , .
,•„.gerThe Ileuee of - Ittpt•eeentetiv.elt gar. ;
fiet.!urgliiie*.ea . 'eit Tuesday, the pecoqddey,
' 6 / 4. ?7;:for "!I.'liai°4o,lo'°, Pi?,/egiq/a:',
tit,re; provided ciniotre,, !itopequei
'maticiß deiently'te be *444 " • •
-•'+: 4 . - Jl
Vote.OfW:lierry; ➢loeer and McKee
he bill for the sale ofthe Main Line-of our
'Public Works has at length pastied the Logie
lature,.and we think the Tax Payers of Cum
berlnud county will hear with tMmuchintlig
, nation as.surprise, that their Representatives
all. they. could to defeat : 4h°' measure.—
When the bill finally passed the Senate, Mr.
Wherry was absent from his seat, but whether
it was intentional' dodge or not we are not pre
' pored to 'say, In the Heine the obeinies of
the bill endeavored to kill it hy, fixing.tbe price
at eleven millions of dollars instead of ten.
When it wits sent back to the Senate'the price
was again reduced to ten millions, this 1)4
well ascertained to be the higheAtprice which
'could be obtained. When the bill came bock
to the Jhouse for conourrence on Wednesday
last, the final and greatest strhggle Wok place.
A motion inns made that the House insist on
its amendment (clerMi millions) and appoint!ft
eernmitteeof conference—this was lost by the
eloct vote of yens 47, nays 60. Among the
yeas, in this attempt to kill the bill, we find the
names of MOSER IVA IIIcHEE! The question
woe then taken on concurring in the Scottie
-amendment of ten millions, and on thin the
vote stood yeas 64, nays 42. Messrs. MOSEit
aid MCKEE voting with the nulls!
Is this whet the Tax payers of Comberland
county call representing their interests 1 Are
they content to go' on paying enormous taxes
all their lives to sustain the mercenary cormo
rants on our public works, or will they not,
on the second Tuesday of October next, show
their stern disapprobation of the votes of 11In
BETE an Moan by sending nien to Harrisburg
Who will volt according to the interests of
their eontitituents rather than the wishes of
the Executive and Candkommissioners ?
lint thank' fortune the bill has passed in
spite of the ninullations of corrupt opposi
tion. Under he provisions no bill which offers
less than ten million dollars for the works will
hp considei•ed. The purchasers are required
to pay tlentyPsrsgat of the purchase money
in%isii or the bonds of the Commenweahlr
nod the balance in ten equal annual ins
netts. The proposals are to be opened on
the first Monday in 'Juno next. Any company
incorporated under the - laws of the Common-
wealthcmay become the purelpoter; but, who
over/ may 'be the purchasers, the not incorpo
rates them into a body politic under the title
of the' "Keystone Railroad and Canal Compa
ny." The not tits° authorizes the purchasers
o construct Inter:al roads in every direction
THE PROHIBITION QUESTION
,The Ilarrisburecorreapondent of the Noi h
American, under date of the 21st, says, the
Cominittee of Conference of the two Houses
on thedifferences between them, on the sub
ject of a Prohibitory Liquor Lew, met yester
day evening and agreed upon their report: It
consists of a preamble and three sections.—
The preamhle Seto forth the soused which have
led to the Prohibitory nioqernent, and the see
tions prescribe the modefri which it is pro.
posed to settle it., They provide for a vote of
the people, on the second Talsdny of October
next, for end against Ate enactment of a law
to prohibit tne manufi
__ and sale of cnteX- .
" ' lowing liquor, except for mechanical, artbiti
cal, medicinal, and sacramental purposes. The
law, in case one be enacted, to be enforced by
adequate constitutional processes and penal
ties; and the vote of the people to be consid
ered their prver to the next Legislnture'.=
One of the e sections prescribes the manner in
which the ballots are to be prepared, and au
thorizes the Sheriffs of the several counties of
the commonwealth to give the usual legal no.
Lice of the election on this subject. I linve
not yet seen the report, but from whht I have
been able to gather, the above Constitutes so
accurate outline of its contents. The probe
Willett are, that this report will be adopted by
both Houses. Should either reject it, no other
opportunity will be presented this session fur
any. legislation upon the question.
The same corresp*dent;,gives the subjoined
notice of - paltry attempts bit the part of Gov.
Bigler to dodge respOnsibility in respect to the
Bank bills which may be passed•:...'
"Gov. Bigler has given notice to the clerks
of the two Houses not to present to him bills
chartering or re-chartering banks, until lifter
tho expiration or six clays.trom their final pan.
sagettiat being the' pet i oil within which the
rules permit a Foconsideration of any vote to
he made. As it is almost certain that the
Legislature will adjourn on 'Tuesday, the 2d
of May, the Governor hopes, in this way, to
avoid acting upon these bills, IL:- he would lie
required to do if they were placed in his hands
ten days before the final adjournment of the
Legislature. This attempt. to dodge responsi
bility is quite novel, and is affording •omuse
ment in coins quarters and - indignation in
others. The general opinion oolong intelligent_
men here is that the Governor will gain no
friends by being more timorous then his party
associates in the Legislature. The people do
not often repose touch confidence in, or have
much respect for, men afraid to meet the re-,
spensibilities of their position.
It is understood that the flovernerwill sign
the bill to sell the • Main Line of the Public ,
Works, although 'seine of the politicians rep-
resent otherwise. It is scarcely possible that
ho. is so self deceived ns to suppose that he
'will be sustained by public; opinion, if be fails
to assist in this effort .to mess() the people'
from oppression, their morals from the contnot
of pollutiouond their posterity from taxation."
inn of the
it Ronds in
TERILIBi;E SIIIFIVILECKS.—Tho Into storm has
been productive' of a most terrible disaster at
Long Beach, on 'the coast of Now Jersey. The
emigrant ship Powhatan, from llavre, wont
• ashore, and all hands, consisting of 1300 pas ,
sengers and the crew, note lost. Not a living
coal appears to hav,e„..t.sc!iped. Fifty-eight
hadies hove been, Washed ashoi;e at AtiSecoM,
and. more than l ibirty at Long Beach. ,The,
bodbis—found consisted of men, women, and
children, the latter with their night clothes on-
Not a vestige of the tyro (t was found; but a
piece; of bedding. Judging front the clothing
of the victims, they were either Scotch or Ger•
man,, and they appear to have Monied to the
more respectable class of emigrants., ,
It was announced, also, that an emigrant
. ship, bad , gone,ashoreon Saturday, near pern
ogat, and was still beating on the sand on Sun.
day, the dreadful state of the weather not per.
mitting . ani assistanoe.to be given. The gale
of Sunday night was a terrible otie,.arid no
ship in the condition that'she was represented
to be, could withstand it.
:The seho'onOr itlo . nhattert was.also tvreoked.,
and all her crow, bnt one person, drowned.
• REPEAL or THE MISSOURI ginernoximn. "
no American Union, published at Griffin; Gee
the Tatlabassee(Florlda)Sentieel,•the St: ton
Is .01o.)Domoornt, and the Texas , Adiiirtiser,
Southern journals; oppose the polio) , et Mo.
pou4lass' Nebraslta-Sansas•bill: '
'fl Marta. SNOW ,SToußt.—i-Acoordini . to
tho recollection of the .older ihhabitouts,' . it
has been 83 yoora Once we' had eo . winterlike
an Easter,. a 9 Sunday vreek.-.' The Dilater" of
,1,821.; safti to have,bedn , a,day
Avid :ton hail.•and. .- dad ' " not:0
whioh.,o o haw ) had; olooe,innd
the . fliture 8.3 Yenrsinoy .bo equally , exotopt ,
froinioneh Cpl ito 7iko visitations; in the midst'
of thh:Sprlog montho." ' • ' .'•
SALE OF THE MAIN LINE.
tbo'bile and the blood; and if it - does the work
feebly, .nml,ireperfeotly, liver ,disease t's the
ba'rwirviesult. l I As soon therefore, asranY af
rePtinp; of the liver is pOreeived, we, may be
'sure that tbe digestive organl'arO out Of order.
The first thing to be done,; iii to 'administer a
spaeifie which will not directly upon the stem
aohi.—tlio mainspring of the animal machinery.
Cor this iiurpese we can reP6iiiend ilorfland's
German 'Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jnalt
'son, Philadelphia. Acting as an• alternative
and ,a tonio, it strengthens the digestion and
ekatigos the eondition of the blood and thereby
gives regularity .to the bowels„;
;•• Old I3ores,. Ulcers, and all eruptions and di '
aOR9OI 111 '4 1 111g 1 from an impure or depraved
state of blood. See the eitraordiunry cure of
Mr. Mrm: •Cf. Harwood,' a' highli' ieepeittahlit
dltizon of Richmond. ,by Carter's Spanish
~ Mixture.,, Rolled pleera, and. eoroa .of the
!worst descAption, and finally
! got so :had, bo
.liasiumble to. walk except on, crittches. A
'feat' bottles of . .Cartor's Spanish, Mixture, the
;great klbod'inirifier,,etired him no it hoe oared
hundreds of••others- who have 'suffered ',,with
rhoutnatistu, bad. offsets of arainy, and ricana
Mid victors of Pm bones 'and pinto.
I , ofTennessee, on the 12th mode
one of the moat effective and:at/UV speechei
agaiMit thellebraska measure that has been
made' in, the lionse eliciting nuies . applause
from members than I }laic , before witilessed'in
that niacin any occuilon, Have n Washington
correspondent. lle denounced . thO whole thing
as a nefarious scheme.-to distitrh the penee•at
the country, and to promote individual ambi
He onto .hero hd'said "to - participate in!
legislation.necessary le oiir commeit'country,!
The himest claims of bomb-04 9 f our citizens
are; to be postpotid„ ruled Oiit, of, court; the
stream of legislation to be dantmad up by this
'nefarious project which he 'intended - to de
uptince as a work of.politicians, to strangle the
legislation of the country for personal aggroik
dizement. Bs helieyed, in the face of God,
that ho should he a coward it lie did not de
nounce it. Ife'should not be a Tennessean if
he did not denounce this plat against the peace
and quiet of the Union. Yes, Nebraska, and
Kansas, end Kansas and Nebraska is the hue'
and cry. These halls ere made vocal with the
sound of these cant phrases; and we are told
that Cerritotial governments most be forthwith
given them; and the compronaise of 1820, the
wank of our fathers, completed in times of
great public excitement, when the Union of
these States was in leopard), is to be repudi
ated and trampled under foot.
"The question had been sprung on us like
to fire ballot midnight. Where, he asked, was
,rI,IO,,V,DiCe Or people, North or South, asking for
the passage of this measure, thus to bring the
North and South by the ears, and reopen the
fountain of hitter waters and the Agitations
which had well nigh severed this .Union, The
measure come Frain a defeated presidential
aspit'ant—defeated in , 1852. This was the
smiling point, and should be known from
Maine to the Pacific.
"Where ore the South? Where'have they
beekt?... _ Sleeping on their watch-tower for
thirty four years? Was itnecessary that they
'should he waked up to tWeir interest by your
big or little giants? [Laughter.] lie [Sen
ator Douglass] is the great Sanhedrim of the
State of Illinois, [laughter,] overshadowing
everything. He has out Ile.roded tiered, and
eutsouthed the 801/11). If,, referred to the fact
that Senator Doluzlass, in 1849, regarded the
Mmsouri compromise as a binding contract,
lint sow proposes to repeal it. The , Tinion." . The ' Dlllsburg Rail rtond.
which dotint/nced such a purpose, soon alter. . The friends of the York, Dillsburg and
wards seized upon it as a means of nationali-- ''
zing the Administration. ' Greencastle Railroad are actively pushing
7" ' •
that enterprizy r and a corps of engineers we
He referred to Mn - , Breckenridge's speech . ,
upon this subject, in which he denied that Mr .; learn is 110 T -engaged in surveying His route.
C lay had anything to do with the Missouri The f9lioiv r ing gentlemen cmppose the party,
Compromise, and asserted that he (lid not even
, viz; Messrs, James Worrell, Cidef Engineer ;
rote for it; and in reply to this, turned to thel
Alexander Worrell, Field. Eh 'meer• 0
g • 0.111
speech of the named gentleman, delivered on
the occasion,of Mr. Clay's death, and quoted 1 Barnitz, Maddox and Baird, assistants.
the eloquent hingnage in which he, Mr. B. ' Another meeting of the friends of the road
spokb of Mr. Clay's patriotic labors in the three
-will ho held at the public- house of Wm..Noa
memorable epochs, 18n, 1833, and 1850, when 1 .
ker ' in Papertown, on Saturday next, the 29th
he eased the Ciahui by becoming - the great pa-'
citicator, anti the author of the compromises! inst., when the corps of engineers is expecßd
of those periials. , to be present and give their views of the practi
This brought forth immense applause, and 1 1
cability of the route so for as they have gone
told Wilt - great effect. Col. Benton eat near I. with the survey.
-al Cullom, who often appealed to him 1
us truth of his statemeuto, and it was 0b
..(1 that the Old Nestor of Congress nodded,
assent to every denunciation poured out upon
the bill and its author,
IriV-,^ A German Reform' party has been
started in the West, having its principal sent
or operations at Louisville, Ey., Which seems
0 have 4:11:0n upon itself the tnslr of instruct.
ing the itasti yo population tt
citizens, and to niter and amend all our insti
tutions—governmental, moral and religiot,n.
We have received a handbill of the association,
setting forth its extensive ,platform, snide
enough to cover the United States and the
rest, of mankind. A few of its principles will
'be sullicieurto shoir the onaracter of the
declares slavery shall be excluded from
all territory, and extinguished in the several
States; that public lands shall be giv , n for
nothing to poor settlers, and the colonist be
aided further with government funds. That e
shall be no Sabbath laws, thanksgiving days,
or Bibles in free schools, or, oaths administer
ed in courts of justice; that the Pope shall not
be allowed to exercise,- through any agents,
any intluence in the L'»ited States; and that
Jesuits shell be treated as declared enemies
of the republic. All elections shall issue di
reetirfroin the people; ally eligible citizen of
any State may be elected. a mernhvr•of COO
grees by the citizens of !my other State; any
representative may at any time he recalled by
a Majority.of his constituents, and replaced by
soother, Neutrality, as regards foreign poli
cy, must cease to he an article of our national
creed. Women must have the rights.demand
ed in Women's conventions; negroes lltta same,
rights as white amen; the gallows ho abolished.
Temperance laws are fleclereit to be tyranical
encroachments on individual liberty. Timex,
treme modesty of the demands of these tletor
mers cannot but excite the public adniiration.
The attempt to enforce them would produce
the most determined opposition from our
zees that any party ever met with iu this aqua,.
CHARGE or CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD TOO
Punrdc.—(lharles Weeks has been held to bail
in Philadelphia, to answer the charge of being
connected with Georgi) WeeKs in a conspiracy
to 'atfraud the public, by Publishing a work
called the Ladies' Literary Journal, purport
ing to be edited by Ella Wentworth, at $1 per
year, in advance. It is alleged that ladies
were' employed to canvass for it at Stpor day,
with a certain sum. Mrs. Weeks, wife of
Geer & Weeks, testified that she had been
married between five and six rays, and that
she had been sent On to Washington to obtain .
sub , cribers from meinbers of Congress for the
Ladies' Journal. She also visited Baltitiaire,
and obtained several subscribers. During her
a'hsence, George had gone MT with a Miss Eli
za Ella Weeks, who %Vila also onet;of the cam
Tossers, and who represented herself na Geor
ge's wife, and they are now in New York.--
Charles was left in charge of the office, and
hence his arrest.,
DISASTIMS AT SEA.—The dangers of coast
navigation have been fearfully augmented by
buirlimcont IMCCOSSiqII of sterols, abil the loss
of life of sea daring` the lase four ret tithe ex
ceeds the usual overage for a year. The total
number of persons who perished in the Pow
home, including the officers and crew, is at
least three hundred and twenty; on hoard the
Tnylenr. wrecked in the Irish channel, three
hundred and seventy; on hoard the•Stofford•
shire,•wrecked off Cape Sahle;'one hundred
and eighty; soil on board the t •it , m a Francisco,.
one hundred and thirty—maltin.se dis:.
asters alone. a grand total loss 'of 'ni e bud , .
'deed human lives.
amLThe Stomach prepares the elements of
Adnxlttod to PraotioO.
In Court, on Wednesday •Tait, on (notion of
11 1 .1 e, M. I'Esrsosr, Esq. Mr. Airenut N - GREEN
Isms admitted to proctioo in the several Courts
of Cumberland county.
Industrial Fair In Nowvllle. •
The Big Spring Literary Institute of this
county anncunces that an Industrid-Fair will
bo opened undec' their ausploozi; in Newville
commencin g on the second Tuesday of June
and to continue open two weeks, . The details
of the plan will ho found in the notice publish
ed by the officers and Managers in our adver
tising columns. If carried out acoording to
their views it will he an attroctive exhibition,
and wo trust the design will moot with success.'
The • grain fields throughout Cumberland
'comity are said to present a very promising
appearance, although their growth is not quite
so forward as usual. The weather this spring,
hes in fact been favorable to the wheat crop
particularly. The prospect is for an abundant
The fruit we are glad to hear has by no
meaite sumained the injury from the late storm
that was feared sit first. .
New County Commissioner.
Joseph G. Cressler, Esq. one of the Com
missioners of this county, having removed into
Franklin county, his office was declareit Vit
cant, and at the recent tin of Court; the
Judge appointed GEORGE M. GRAHAM, of West
Pennsborough, a County Commisjioner in room
of 11r. Gresler. Mr. Graham is a highly re
spectable man end the appointment we believe
is generally satisfactory. We are sorry to lose
Mr. 'Cressler, who so a citizen of our county'
has been highly esteemed for his excellent
gE5r-The Benton and Atohisiin Feud still
rages in the Democratic rauks•in Missouri with
unabated vigor. Mr. Atchison's term of ser
vice iu the Senate is about to expire; and the
Legislature to be chosen at the approaching
election will have to select his successor.—
MeeSi's. Atchison and Benson are both candi
dates for the Sett, and the Democratic party
throughout the State is split up into two sep
arate factions,- each running a ticket of its
own. The St. LOuis Democrat says that Atchi
son has written' to his adherents in • Platte
county, advising them not to regard his inter
ests in any arrangement they may be able to
make with the Whigs; as he himself stands no
chance of an election, he tolls them, therefore,
to sacrifice hint freely, if in so tieing, they can
defeat_the election of Benton. Acting upon
this advice the Atchison party in thitt county .
have ; nominated 3 coalition ticket, on which
are tWo, anti:Benton Democrats and two Whig
candidates for the Legislature. Should this
feeling prevail generally throughout the State,
we may have - another SYhig Senator elected
ki.;"?--Two former New England Senator
died at their respective immesh) Rhode Island
and Massacbesetts 011 Wednesday. The first,
Nehemiah It. Knight; who died at - Providence,
R. 1., nerved twenty-one successive years in
the U. S. Senate its a - Matither - from Rhode
Island. The second, John Davis, who died
15'orcester, Mass., was promin'ent in la or
'times as a member of the same body frolic
Massachusetts. He held many high public pt . -
sitions in his day, an 4 in all of them won the
esteem of runny thousands of his countrymen
HARD TAtihr..—The notorious Orestes L.
Brownson;, in ti recent course of lectures iu
Louis,'. hie been endeavoring to prove that
again and Portugal are ni:;del governments,
that the destinies of human freedom are bound
up in the success of Russia and Austria, that
England is low down in the scale of freedom,
and that in the Unite States we do not uo
derstand the first principles of liberty.
AG~ . "A. serious riot occurred Jo Cambridge,
Massachusetts, on Friday night, between a
gang of twenty five college istudents end a fire
'company. The former are said to, he the ag
gressors. 'Pistols and knives were used by
the students, andipanne`rs, horns, and stones
by the firemen. • Boveral of the.lat4''party
were badly wounded; The affray lasted about I
half nu hour, and was finally -quelled by the
aid, of the etyineers, police, nod 'citizens
The Mayor had proviousry ° attempted in vain
to read the riot act,
_4E6'klion. Luther Seviirence, Of Maine, Into
United States Commissioner at the Sandwich
Islands, has returned 'to his home, nacted
with an iticurn'ble cancer:, which, it is said,
has [Already eaten away his lower lip end chin,
and is cztending among the glands of the
throat, ivliWe the flesh is rotted out and re
quires constant dresing, lie is actually 11'6" ,
ing eaten up !dive.
G REST BRITAIN.—In the House of Lords, ihe eireniug of April 7, the Earl of Aberdeen,
replying to a question put to 'him by the Earl
of shafteshuryotahnouticed ilint the 2ntlt loot.,
had beau appointed as a day of national hu
ruination and prayer lin ooneequCuou Of thC
declaration of war.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF TIIIS AQE.--FIItRICtS
Families nod others, coo purelon.e en Remedy roue
to Dr. TOilleS'•Venetlen 1.1111 meet, for Dysentery,
Colic, Croup, Chemist Ithettetrilsen, Cilmoy, Sore
Throat, Toothache, Seimileknois. Otte, 1111014, 13 41-
lieret, Old Sorpo, Atergello 'Wee, Detect Silage, Palen
In the Limbs, Chest. Hack, &e. If It 1101.0 net givo
tho money welter re:ended —MI 'het Is nuked,
leaf trial, till use It according to...Merit/me, Thu nr•
time Iron Ei gilbit celerity, and was Wed by Wm. IV
'ing, of Unglued, Old crrllliod to by him, 'Rs a cure
for;llheematism, wheli everything else recommended
by Ms physlnians lied felled. *
Over 100100,000 of 1011108 hero been gold In the U.
Buse+, without a single tenure, and, famillets WINO
etateJ Ih ß t It was worth *lO tier bottle, they never
would he' without it, In Vale 9r Crone, on It Is as col,
tam oe it le applied • It mires l'entlinehe in Siren min=
meet ildecle• In half on hoer, und Cholera, when'
first take,, In few hours. It Is
takeinteretilly : and has the recommendatinn nt thooy
'of the rifest onifeent Phystolutia In the Cultist! Stales
price, 25 and 50 cenle. ,
Dr. robins bon alto put up a 1.1.91m0n;,f0r Mmes.
in plis Which Werra titeilL Cheaper and bo
los than +MY. Other, for the titre of Colic, Gotta. Swell.
ings; nill Uores, Cale, Bruises, ,eleratellest 0111 4 , 4
Deal, due.- Price, but eedts.
Dr. Telling,enettl a Mig.en newspopere'wllll • the
certificate/3 and boltery ieeeii...d; relei Mg to the wee,
derful mores occompllsheil• by his Lielmenit 101 Ce 011 '
elders that warrentleg it is entriclant, as any pgronn
who does nolnhhrihriiillef, need not "pry fer it: There
lion been se much worthless medlelng;epla to the 1 105 .
Ilc, that Dr. Tobias wishes his relief .. fe to rest. on ;lie.
owe merits, nett if he givea'.tho'vnlitaof thenioney
reeelyed, [heel)!!! stoke the patrostage Of the py nor
otherell,et . ,
I.llt 'f08413! Ottee,2.o..onEtnyvviou et.y ! , Or l w
••Por salts by A.: Smith; Selrerith and Chasms streets;
Dyott 9e.gione, 192 91. oement egress's Callender '
808. Third elretet;idisil by tibi DrUggbite thrnlighout
the United: 251 6100..1 , •.; •.1 .• noiSk ;, ;
Conn - lint &mufti MatterE
•the '~l rru .
BAILTIAIOI.I.IC. 1114.1 MET.
~7 11;mm/ix, April 24, 1851.
• Etniin.,./Gvn .141,nnt —The: Floor market is
firm, , and pribes have advanced 26 cents V
bbl since, Saturday. Sales early this morsiog
,of 20 bbls Howard strok brands_at *8,124,
and'6oo - do ni . 148;-25 V bbl. On Into 'chamio
about 2800 bbls were gold at *8,25 ' , M bbl, nod
holden; firm. A sale Of 500 bbls City Mills
also at $8,25 V bid.' The supply of Flow is
light. • Rye Flour $5,500:35,68; country Corn
Meal $ 3 , 2 6@3,50; and city do $464,12 `II
GRAIN AND SERDB-TllO supply of Grain is
light. About NW) bushels of IVlient offered,
and sales of good to primp Khito at $1„, w,@,)
2,03, family flour do $2,00; rind saleeld good
to prime red at * 1 ,040 ) 2,00 ¶1 bushel.
rior lots 2to 14 tents less. Curn firm—Ahout
'lO,OOO bushels offered, and soles of white at
736iri0 cents, yellow at 73e74 cents, and
mixed at 73 cents 7) bushed. Rye--No sales,
Oats—About 0700 bushels offered; solos of
prime 1110 ryland and Virginia qt 00652 cents;
inferld)r Onto at 40®413 cents,
MONDAY, April 21, 1851
The Flour market remains very quiet, and
with a limited export demand; the only sale
we hear-of is 200 Ws. 13 radywine, at 418,75
13 bbl . Standatd brands are scarce, hut of
teredat $8,50, without finding buyers, except
fur home use, And . prices range at from *8,50
to XO,l bbl, according to broad, with a Mod
erate demand front the trade. In Rye Flour
and Corn Meal there is nothing no*, and no
sales to notice. Grain—There is very little
Wheat coming in, and with a steady demand,
about 4000 bushels have been disp toed of at
200 e for Pennsylvania reds, an 1205 c for white
,of prime qualify, including ono lot of the lat
ter lit a price to be tired. Rye is scarce at
960. Corn is about stationary, and in fair de
mand; about 0000 budiels Southern yellow
at 810 in store, and 82c afloat, including a
small lot of priino while at the latter price.—
Oats aro wanted at, former prices.._..._._.._.,___..._•
• .. ratiaraMD,
On the 20th twat.. by the 11.1 v. J. Evans,
Mt. Wm. tl. IfAmit.Tos, of 2.lllllttt township,
Cittnberland county, to 'Miss MAUGARETTA.
MCLANE, of Newton township.
rlow.er_aacl _Garden- Seeds:
ri A A.DEN and Fiewer Sueds-of the choicest
VT kinds, from tliree of the moot celebrated
Seedsmen end Florists of the country, just
received and for sale :It the cheap more of
S. W. HAVERSTICI.C.
April 72; 11151
Young Ladies Select Echeol.
rrHE summer term of this. hoof will corn
' me:we on Monday, May, lot.. The patio
nage of the citizen. is again respectfully soli
cited, and parents in the vicinity who contem
plate sending their daughters away fur educa
tion, are invited to make inquiries concerning
the merits of this school. The tuition ranges
from $5,00 to $B,OO per'gearter not inchfding
Drawing, .Painting uoil , -VancY Needlework,
. are charled,'ench, $2,00 extra,
' A few scholirs can be nceoMmodated with
board in the family of the Principal.
11 , Orrnees iii earlioe.—Judgo Watts, Judge
Itephurn, E. M. -Biddle,-Esq.. Cleo. W. Ilitner t
Dr. T. C. Stevenson.
- N.J. P. DOWNING, i'ri,,cipa/
April 5, 1851. •
SELMCW SCI - 100L.
rr lIE subscriber, at the ardent solieitstion of
I many of the patrons of his former sohool,
will open a private+ rchool, on Monday the 10th
April, at his residence, corner of Hanover and
North streets, embracing the •various grades
of the Common Schools. The situation of the
premises is retired, thel room large and health
ful, and the adjoining; grounds •a.brord a de
lightful place for recreation and amusement. •
' The utmo4t regard will be had to the morals
of all pupils entrusted to his care, and every
exertion made to render-the School pleasant
and profitable. For further information as to
terms, &c., apply to ° " -I * W. MILES.
Carlisle, April 5,-185.1.' •
I'. S.—A few scholars from the country will' •
be taken, and,ik required, boarding will be
- furniAbed at moderate rates. Young men who
intend to devote themselves to teaching will
also he received as bcholars, to whom Lectures
will ho given ou the theory and practice of
teaching. IV. M.
(MAI.Jr; ANI, FEMALE.)
At Mechanicsbur g , 2a. •
By. JOS. 8: LOOSE', A. .t Itev. W. Jr.
SUPEIL, A nt. , Prinoipals; assisted by ex
perienneed Teachers. This Institution opens
its.iummer session on the lot of MAY. The
buildings are new and commodious, the rooms
largo and well ventilated, Parents and Guar
dians are'invited to corns nod see this Institu
tion, and inquire into its merits, (as Tore ad
vantages aro alforded,) before sending their
sons and 'daughters elsewhere. Besides the
fegular.literary..and elassioni•coursn of the
Institution, instruction is given on the various
musical instruments, such as Piano, Melodeon,
&b., as well as on Brass, Stringed and Wind
Board Rom and Tuition in English
branches & vocal inutile 'tier session, i 55,00
I,,ntin, Greek, French & German Snob, , 5.00
Music—on Pines or Melodeon, 12,0 U
For circular tiqdross • ,
JOS. S. LOOSE,
, t) rg, Cumberland co.,Peun'a.
EV% R. R. A. N. pf Belvidoro-Insti
lute, N. J', Prof. of Languages, Natural
Scieiices, &o. P. S. Pt MICE. A. tr. Egwritus
Trull of Languages. B, - A. L. Lii - knrrx, In
stroottir'in.linglish and Mathematics Prof G.
sy. ItniNoLUy , inatruotor in English and Mn.
sio. Mrs. Etadna,,prineipal instructress in the
Female 'Department, Mtss Enuss, assistant.
The sixilvsession. of this Institution will eym
[antes on MONDAY, the Phil of April noxt.
Orthography, Rentling - fitni Writing,;
Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography,
History anti Philosophy, Roso'
fliinthgy, Botany, Rltetnriq PhysiOlogy, 10,119
TMathematics. Greell & Latin Languages, t 2,50
anti German each, - - 6,00
- - -- -- • - 6 . 00
•Tlio whole iexpenses for n session of hies
oalotaler months, inclusive of Tuition, Board
ing. Washing, Std.do not exceed *55.0 . 0. A Cata
logue 'coittaining particulars nisi be obtained
by addressing tho proprietors.
D. A. L. ,LAVE . Wry,
mat•oh :2„13-4 . w. G. U. -HA & Co,
: 44 7 .
1 - ...r- I "- •
VON, lIEILEN respectfully intoinuillie
C., citizens of Carlisle end. vicinity , shut ha
has phi rUturnedirotit Unlitorniii, and is prepa
red toe.Oeute nil kinds ni waik tionnecied with
hisliiiirof business. , I -le hos always on hand a
lurga assortment of tently mode . -‘
114110.5. GiiSlC'Pistolls, 'LOcks,
i'bii Triiiimings, &in ail Of which lie will
soll w inlesale or retail.' MYIII9O I) t tplitle,to re.
Pnirin Guns, OlOoks - 'natal,' &e; engraves on
brass,icopPer end, irtiti,; Ito hopes !lint by strict'
...iientibir ttiliehniOlind'a desire In - please; h i s
,will merit - mid rOceive public patniliage.',. , ..
, -Rea Non 0-71VOSi Main stredi, Opposite' Oro.
tie d's potril..' •& '' ' ' ' 1
, #ll kin of Firo - Arme made to Orde - 4 -
' C urfielo:APl .2 o,.. l o s l'`7•lY '' ' '
.;C:r MERCHAN rs AND OTHEI3:•.i. . .
• Wire •Ohalaco for Bargains, • ,
irtihkwrilier; nael,ghilti"of , 1 9tiogp'ICtes6,••'
X., mO,of ClitirchtoWV;Ciiriibognty,.nfferii , „
p'xivat .00,the. nr4ll-11ALForii)e.It'cOl ent
stock • Stririt •or. NOM! •, ,
thin lithei' at '
Cpqh. Call•tiod mcntilin,rs wippnielf.