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II ' RINT/Nlii.
, The CsMasts LIMALA JOB ].'BINTINO'OFFIciI is the
largest add most complete establishment lu the county:.
Three 'good Presseirand a general variety of material
suited ibe Plaih laid Fancy work of. every kind, enshies
us to do Job Printin'at the shortest notice and milli()
most reasonable terms. - ;' Personal,' want of .Bills,illailiss
- orally tiling' In - the . Jbbbitigjine, wilt find it theiin
ttirost-t? tc!vo us a call. Evor s y_yariatylof * Bia.N.liS.do,*:
- itita - titi)' 91/ Tlalld.; :." :, • ..
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, ..e . rjr. Mrlettors ou . businass must 'bo post-paid to se. , ,
- . faro attdution.• - , . '• • • ~,
mattAsiliNa 44.citiNts- of tio
besi;ruske constanily'on `liandantiler salk Stith('
Carlisle Foundry'aud Much
•` .F.ItANK ARPNEJi. .
LOWS,! 'l)l4o%sl—The sobsCii ‘ bei
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has tied is 'constantly, keeping an assortment of
tuo celebrai t ted EAGLE . PLOWS:: Also, constantly on
hand Zlegler's,•,Plank's, 'and Hopwood's Ploira. We
have also a very large lot Of the famous York Plows on
hand, and a flue assortment of Cultivators. Remember
the old stand; East 3laiit street, • '
Marti' 190.8bett . HENRY BAXTON.
rilo FARMERSTlie . subs'eriber.bas
...cjust returnetlfrOin the City With one of the largest
ato,ortinents of Rarthvtne ever brought to this pine(-Ile
has lust:receiyed Su doi. liatneswith and without-pat.
itutteniugs, *lron and steel hooks ranging in .pairs front
44 to - . 51 Otb - Also 3uU, pr straight and twist link trace
CllftiilS from SO to $125. Rome - made traces (nail hinds,
also a lot of spread,•llllll, brelist, butt,. varnying,halter
and log- clutius—also a very large lot of shovnls, forks,'
r pades, hoes, rakes, and in short i ettnything ,- ttnif any
-thing wanted by-tintEariners—,, •
• Remember the old's'tand East Carlisle; • '
March li4.*Sti. • -iutiAxtrox:
LO DVS, PLorv,s; . : PLO WS.—The.
. largest and - best assortment of Plows, ever offered
n the Philadelphia Niirket, ninny of them new and im
proved PatterasTalsoliekl Barrows, Cult rotors, Garden
and Weld Rollers, Corm Planters, .hairy Ox
l'okes•and Bows,' Spades, Shovels, ,11.065, Improved Spa.
ding forks;Vardenitee/a ana , LineS. ; ,liruulpgand
lug Shears, With every' other description of Agileultural
and . llortieultural impllntonts. in the' greatest variety
And of the most approved patterns.. • --•
PASMIALL; MAIMS & CO.
--- ,Agrieultutul - Warehouse and Seed-Store Con. 7th and;
Market st. Philadelphia. • Mar. , •
UPER. PiIOSPITATIII OF
• ky LIME, And,loo9 Tons of it'llipes'-Nitro
• genigea Ithiper•Phosphitte of tithe, 'an
clo whlcb has been flirty tested, by farmers,-
' - - andAs - bellercd:'to - be the cheapest and
etrougost fertilizer In the inarket. Alan. yj
-,---1 0 00 Lla.S.-SUITIifOR-POTAItETTE, - ; •
especially, adapted for the Corn Crop. TAFEN, a now
and powerful fertilizer: All of the above fur sale by
PASCIIALL, MORRIS 4 Co.„
Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store,
Mar 213„011.] Cot. 7th and.Mari . ,4, , fitS., Phila. •
G-A largo and sereet assortment of tho Marva, war:
,rauttd genuine, and embracing many hundred - ehnleo -
varieties. for sale whale:JAM and retail.. Country dealers
isupplied'at a liberal iliseount. = • -
PASCUA MOURN A: CO.,
Agricultural Warehouse and Seed'f3toro, - ,
Mar 20, i s6] • • Cor. 7th and Market ski., Phila.
, T) AKE SI RAKES ! RAKES.
YAII&ERS,, ATTENTION! • •
SANDERS' IMPROVED lIORSE-RAKE.
Patented Juno 7 lE's2.—The subscriber,, haying pur
ellutied the lutere4 of his, partner, Moses C. Eberly, is
preirged to titanufileturo the above Rake on reasonable
teems, at 'atandi,sippoSltii: the Sten in Sawmill.
This Auto/ lagimplo iii.eo,nstructhin and not liable to get
Vat of order; It is well adapted ..to theraking-of-hay or
grain, and works well.iu ruagti or stony ground; baying
metallic spring teeth. - It's operation Is most easy and
simple—'the operator, instead of operating tko rake with
his bands, rides, and controls It with his feet„ . Even a
person can earn good wages with one of
_ • ._thetio_rakes_without_inuch _exertion; or a,-gentleman-
Whihi* to amuse himself,'can get on his rake, rido
about his holds as in his gig, do as Mitch , work as anY of
his hands, and chic back totes, Persons who have tried
n this, consider It the cheapest, simplest, and best Horse
Rake now in °use, and ail sold lost seasen s gave general
satisKtetion. ]t was exhibited at various County Fairs,
and at tho•Stato Airs or Pennsylvania and Mijthigan,
/nd drew the First Premium et each. .. •
' Having, met with re/megabit, encouragementThast
' season, the slibscriber would return thanks for . past
fitvors and solicit all persons in want of 'a good Rake to
--.-41ve him- &call at the. Park Foundry,-Mechanicsburg,
• Pa:, nt the manufactory,
.Any person having light wagon, wheels, about
f . aur feet high, can have' a rake made to order byllending
height of wheel, length of hub, and size of boxes.
• TERMS $2O with wheals, and $l2 with
' out. Orders addressed to the undersigned, nt
e.hanicsburg, Pa., will receive prompt attention.
March 28., /836:-2,tuj . _ W. MILLER. •1
Aprgwassortment of Superior Corn Shellors,,includ.
lug Reading's Patent, capable of shelling 1000 bushels
of , Corn per. day. Alse.Ponnock's hand and power Shel
lers, with various other patents of*arious prices. Hay,
4travatid•Fotlder Cutters of the most approved con•
. struction and in great' variety. Sausage Choppers and
:Stutters. Double Michigan, Subsoil, Eagle, and liar
Share l'Lows., Stiperlor Ox Yokes and,Bowa, Grain Pans,
l'armeis Boilers, Corn and Cob Mills, Lime and Guano
,gpi t aders, lc., for fiala IVhalsole and Retell.by
PASCHALL 5101tRI&& Co.,
• .*-Agr'eultural Witml °use and, , Seod Store. N. E. Cor.
tat a ndllarketats., - Phila. • s Oct 10,'66
coRNI SAIK4LE.IISI: • •
CORN SHELLER'S: •
ilia subscriber having in the last few year framed
tapwaids of a hundred nut forty : ban Shelters' for. Hen
'.ry.•,itht?miSi wishes to forMthe Farmers ofeuMberland
• - county: that' ho is preimred..to frame thorn' avow. 1 will
(Men tor Wood in pay. fur Framing; and Will ry
. aura the nutellines - to run .weit Ikb , .tho'.
. I;,..rth ••end of'SVest street.
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VOL. T V
VNION. S TAT 1;, . O.ON7kNTNI-N
Notaiitatioii3Of ti•Stitte . Ticket. \
Annitisniin - a, -Mart:N . M.—The Union Con .
lientionassembled-in the Hall-of the House of
Itepresentatives at noon,. when the lion. Joint
COVODE, of Westmoreland, was called to the.
_chair—L-1W -following : Secretaries_ wereTiffir
fiditif44 . ::: - E: Beatty; ofCuntheriand ; josiah
Punk,__Of Lebanon,. and. J ; Ingham, of
A'CoroMittee to report officers for the
tamtorgatization of the Convention . Nfae
appointed,:aud a 1.40 one to examine and re
port upon - the credentials of tnernliers, and a
reeees was then taken until.B oqlock. The
ConvintiOn-ie large, nearly - all the counties
being fully represented, and ttfe utmost har
The Convention re,aisembled at '3 o'clObk,
when The comthiitee to select 'officers for it
permanent organization, made a report itsfol
lows. - . •
• President- QiunoN J. 1 3 / 1 4.1., of Erie: •
_Vico-Presidents-4i. Jones. Brobks, 'of Dela
scare ; Thomas E, -Franklin,' of Lancaster;
Wm. Stemirti of=illercer: John A. Wright, of
Dauphin,: Josiah .oitpley, of, „Armstrong ;• E.
Beatty; of Ouptherlaild ; O. Thompson Jones;
of 'Philadelphia; Andrew Caw5,,,,,,,0f 'Buffet::
J. F. Inndeman„, of Berks'; Jonathan Knight,
bf - Bucks; Henry Johnston, of Ly,oomiug;
Samuel - Itiiger, - 41 - 11air; L L,
Lawresice C. _eg. tre . ; it. P.. 111.0..
Uc well, ; Wm. Jessup ; of Sits
cinehanna: J.M.d Oliphant, ef Fayotte;•Thos.
J.,Power, of Beaver; J., MOAnally,_of :Clear
Secretor' es,--411mird McPherson, of Adams;
John M. Reinhart, of Schuylkill, James T.
W. MoAllhifer . , of Philadelphia_;._,John
:Donald, of Washington_ ; M. D. Mercer,, ,of
Bradford, and Thomas. C Steele,. of Philadel-
The report was unanimously adopted, and
Mr. Ball, on takingjthe chair, delivered tt . neat:
,pecCh, intended.' to liarnioniito the various
elements: of which the body is composed, : •
• On, motion, of, Air.. Flattigeu. the following
Cbuithittoe was appointed to repoit officers
for the permanent organiiation of the Con
Page, L. L. MeGutlin, C.• Austin. E. E.
Locke, Walter. Sedgwiok, W. G. Evans, -Sarni.
Royer, Josiah Punk, David Taggart,
Clover, D, H. B. Brower, Ile:z3kitth Easton,
Wilson Ring, L. P. Williston,'Wm. M'Daniel,
W. P. Magill, B. J. Hagenbuah, E. H. Stowe,
Henry Johnson, C. Thompson Jones, It. Parke,
J. L. Shields', 0. H.' Wheeler, 'A: Shairdine,
Levi Snell, J. M. D. Nesbitt; and. Wm. H.
was ;then eeleo cl :'--Messrg MoCalniont,
Flanigen; Strcin :Small, (Philadelphia) Coop•
or, . Cornman, hainline, ,Downing,. Myers,
Cimell, Fran al, Fisher, Weaver,.
McLellan, Sall Snsjth , (Cumberland)
am, King, Catiiihria) Bower, .Mercer„
Olms ad,_llerrickson,- Chamberlain,..Howard,-
Gana , Lawrence, - Scull, Moorhead, Morri
aciaCoulter and Palmer.: • •
. Mr.•Killinger moved 'that the Convention
proceed to ✓ general. noniinatiens for Ca
nal Commissioner, Auditor General and Sur
veyor General, which after some discussion
was agreed to, aim following nominations
were then made :.
; Dr. E, D. Gazzam, of Allegheny.
Robert Stitt. Westmoreland, _
• Peter Martin, Lancaster.
William Williamson, Chester. -
Gen. Wm. F. Small, Philadelphia.
Hon:Ver Middleswartic - St4der.
Beaj,imin Hartshorne, Clearfield.
Adin W: Benedict, Huntingdon.
Oreemus 11..Wheelei, Carbon, •
,Bartholomew Laporte, praciford.
William M. Leoyd,
Wm. B. Anderson, Perry..
Jahn A. Fisher, Dauphin. •
- Thomas E. Cochran, York. .
Ilovi J: Nichols, Tioga,
Henry S. Kupp, Berks, -
Peter Martin, Lancaster.
David Sankey,. Lawrence. •
C. -A. Walborn, Philadelphia.
. Darwin Phelps, Armstrong. ~
Jared B. Evans, Jefferson.
Robert M. Foust, Philadelphia. .
Eli Slifer, Union. ,
'Nntininiel B. Hobart, Montgomery.
B. -Rush Bradford, Beaver.
William E. Frazer,
W. llPConkey;Yor, - • ,
E. G. Waterhouse, Philadelphia.
_ The name - of Eli Stlfer was withdrawn,
' _ straviyon aratzsau,
Wien King, of Erie, , •
, Christian Myers, Clarion. *
• Willieta Evans, Indiana..: ..,
Wm. S, Cobean, Cumberland.
Sam'l 13:Tag°, Fayette.
3Olin - 11, Brown, Warren.
-Henry Antes, Dauphin.
Joseph 'Henderson, WaShington
Joseph Snlvely, Sr., Franklin.
A.':,.. - , : p,:'# i • r i : :..r.,, : - -f . „.,.•:,,,,,t) . -:. i rri . ',_, , tti . : : iti-ii:..:l:: : :'f:,,i' : i' i i)...l..'
*E.D . NESDAt',ApAIi - ! - 80:_
D. Hudson Shedaker, Philadelphia. •
Richard Irwin; Venango. - • -
S. Rees, Potter.. . ,
The'', nominations—were then closed. • Ad
ourned to meet again at 7 o'clock. • .
In 'the evening the 'Convention. - re!as
sembled at 7 o'clock, when Jude Jessu • of
• , • • • i iamson, of- Hunt
ingdon, delivered addresses, urging union and
harmony. 'Judge Wilmck was called up, and,
though expressing a desire not to speak; 'ad-.
dressed the Convention briefly., He spoke'•of
:shivery arid' its aggressions. He had no &Sire
Wintcyfere-with _slavery--w here -i xisted r -but .
op)ooed,to.itsrextension.---He , loped-.411e-
C.onvention vould_ harmonize — every interest,
and the.ca4dates.nominated should, have its
,Oir motion, tho. Convention'_ took a recess
until 8} . • • '
CONVENTIOk ItE:A9MIDLED. •
At 8.1 o'clock, the Cenvention riS assembled,
when -the names of Dr. thlzzain, John -Adams'
risher; Wm. P. Small, o.' If,Wheeler and A.
W, Benedict vere withdrawn* candidates for
Canal C.ommissioner ;. of Peter gartin and Na.
thaniel B. Hobart .for Auditor (I'eneral.• and
William Evanefor Surveybr Generals ",
Mr. McCalmont from the" Committee on
Resolutions, reported the action of the Com
mittee. Th.e report was read; and.-eaclireso•
Intim' acted. upon separately. As -finally
adopted; tfiey arc' as foUnwa:
WIritREAS, The freemen of Pennsylvani , o,
oppy,sed to the ,National Administration: aro
divided into political organizations, holding
on some twestions of goyerninental policy di•
, tors Opitimlrs -- ; yet it is, believad — that a large
majority of th_O. freemen of this State, ore_
-agreeed upon the . unimetitotts iis?es forced up
on the country - by the repeal of the Missouri
-Compromise.; by. the undisguised, policy of
the: National Administration to impotto'by
lence and fraud - Slavery :von Kansas, contiary:
to the wishes of a large majority of the inhabi
tants; nod brits unjust, illiberal and _Anti : -
Ar,nerican preference in the appointment of .
men of foreign 'birth over those born upon the
__soil, .to offices,of trust and honor, as:well tie in
the distribution of its patronage ;
• And Whereas, Agreement in principle is
the only 'bond that can unite effectively hon
est men in political action : Therefore,'
•• Resolved, ,That, animated by the spirit, of l
conceseipnove cordially unite in the sup-I Jiort - of the candidates it; bn . nopifnated by this:
Conventioe, upon tholmels of 'those principles
upon Which we art mutually agreed.
Resolved, -That the preseneNationat
istration, by the exercise of an unwarrantable
influence in the repeal of the Missouri COrn
promise, at the instance of Selfish and Sec
tional politicians ; by the renvaVal of -honest
and compeaut,men from offices of honor'- and
trust, in order that their places might bo filled
.by inefficient and corrupt partizans ; by rad - -
sing to protect the freemen of Kansas in the
enjoyment of tha_racurat,l,
' - •f - tiff - f the
Co - thenriTy7thirCiiiiistitutioni,iA laws
United Statss—thereby showing' itself power•
ful for mischief, but feeble . in the - . maintain
num, of laws for the protection' of the people
'and-:the honor of the country—has justly 'Tfir
felted all - elaim to the confidence 'and respect
of the people of this . Comtuonwealth.
Rai°hed, 'That we 4111 — use all 'honorable
means to.dlieek the evils inflicted upon the
country by the unjust end sectional measures
adopted by the Present' National Administra
tion, brought about•by - the exercise of its pat
ronage; that we are utterly opposed to- the,
•rdmission into the Confederacy of Slave States
formed out of territory once consecrated to
Freedom ;sand also to the extension of Slavery
-int& , anY territories of 'the Unite - CZ fates now
Resolved, - That we, cordially ,disappro_ve_of
ftheinierforence of foreign in elite of every
kind in our civil and politiCal affairs ; and are
equally hostile to the interference of the:ol 7 _
- iiiiiment or people.of the - 131)W - Sta - tes
Haffidirs of other nations; regarding
interference tts unwise and, in' conflict with
; the recomniendation of ‘Vmshington's Fare Well•
(~Andress,-.which -incaleulates with' emphatic
earnestness, the prOpriety of avoiding the
adoption of any policy which might involve us
in unprofitable - and .dangerous controversies
with'-foreign nations; •
! - Resolved, Thal.we'regard_the._pandering 'of
any party to foreigtrintuenos as fraught with
1-manifold evils-to the country, threatening the
stability of 'ourinstitiitious and endangering
the Morals of the people by a contact with the
paupers and felons cast upon our shores from
the hospitals and prisons_ot Europe. - •
Resolved, That us American liberty-depends
for its preservation on the intelligence „of 0)(5. 1
people, universal education is the' first duty 'of
the State; - and that all'attempts,- by . - whoniso-
ever made, or from whatever quarter . . - instige
ted, to destroy much. a beneficient . mystetn,-4!
'perverting it to Sccteriati
sing its progress and exteueion, fiecausejt is
.not the instrument of inculcating any plirticu-li
lar religious creeil,, , ottght - to be.;, resisted au i
:.fraught-with iticalculable mischief and evil. .
Resolved, :: Tlittr.ithe respect_andT - colitidenin)
if this Cone - 01ton and the people of this
:;Coimponvietilth are-due to- the present,' Chief
:Magistrate of the State atetto the,meMbers ofl
his Administration, for the -integrityi purity
purpose and sterling patriotism manifested .
in their officifd,donduct, and we.hqartily com
mend them to-the support of every citizen who
values the. bonar pad,- : interests, of - the - State
and can appreciate the virtue's . of-devoted and
faithful public servants -a,•
• On motion the, Convention adjenrued 'until
9 6`olook to Morro* morning.
THURSDAY, 'March 27, 1856 —Tho Com
tiba mot at 9 o'clock and proceeded at once
to the nomination of onudidko JO_
,- .' ' ' 7 - Walborn: .. . 8
'Phelps • 01 Evans' • 7
FOttat - ' 3 M'Conkey -3 '
BrOfird ' : 2 I Waterbotise l.
DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong county.,
Invitig....reeeived_a_nkajofity-roflll fife-Qie - 6.--
was unanimously declared the nominee for.
Auditor General. ' • •
' The convention then proceecreVio nominate
a.candidate for - ~
88 CoO • : 4
,-- i ,--
G Brawn . -. 7 8
3 Sniveiy. • , •A)
BARTtIOLOMEW LAPORTE, of Bradford
'co. having receive! n niajority of all the'vOtes,
.was .uhaniniuutily dcelareLthe. noniinee :for.
The Convention then proceeded- to noini•
unto a candidate for. • •.
..TIIOIAS E. COCHRAN, of York county,
tinting reocived,, a majority of .all the votes
cast; was unanimously declared the nominee
for Camil Commissioner.
All the-gentletven - whose - names -. rippear • in --
the list of general nominations, but -were not -•
voted. for; were withdrawn 'before the. ballot
ing 0°61114(1041. : „
.. - o.ll.motien Of Ni, Ho.lvard a _State C.entral
Conimittee, consisting 0r.66e frotn.each;Sena.
torialdistriet, was selecited..2b3! the- delegates' -
frOm. several districts—as felloWs
2. - Henry L Benner, Oliver P: Cornnian;•-
Charles Thompson Jones. -Philadelphia.
4. 11. Jones Brook,'Delaware. • . • "
Danlel,ll. -Clymer; Berks. -
Henry -Darlington, Bucks.
7. Peter.Martin,Lan.easter; thergelliffman;
Lebanon. , •
4 „.'8. C. F. Mnench,
11.. David Willa-, Adams... • '
. 12. Abraham Forry, York.:
- 111 - : E. Binitty, Cumberland.
14. David C. Boa!, Centre. •. '
'l5 John Penn Soties:lllair..
16.. Philip:T.. Maus, Montour. • . '
17. Wm. Jessup, Susquehanna. r...•• •
18. *Gen. Ashley M. Hills, Clearfield:
15. Win. Stewart, Mercer. •'.
20. John W.. Horne, Crawford.
21. Michael Woyand,•lleaver.
22., A . . H. Miller ThouiasL. Shields, Alio
• 23. Thomas Miller, Tr. Washington.
23. Philip Clover, Clarion.
.26. Israel Gu!elius, Snyder. •.
27. Robert Stitt, .IV:estmoretan.l. ,
28. Robert M. Palmer; Schuylkill. •
---- The Committee merafter adjouruntent, end
elected 11. Jones 13roOke - of Delaw.lre eounty
chairman: - , - •.• . • -•
A resolution was then olferedlhattlic ticket`,
be recomendad to the support of all pees Sus
opposed to the present National adiniiiistra.-
tion', which was adopted without. dissent. •
Great ontbursts'of feeling,follr.wed, and en-'
thusiastie,congratulatory spoeches-we're wade
by Me, , srs Small, of Philadelphia; Howard
Of 'Allegheny . ; • Covode, of Westmoreland ;
*Gauen], of Allegheny, an'd,others. _
gives great satisfaction, Mr. Phelps is from
the West, and an . American ; Mr. Laportoi
rout , the North, and a ittpublitan ; Mr. Cocit
tin from theklist, -and. an Old- whig.—
The thanks of the Convention were . tender
ed to, the Piesidiint - and other officer of, the
ConvetAioa, members of the IlauSe:
for the use *of the Ifni!, and to the officers of
the House for polite.attention. •
The Convention • then adjourned.sine chi, with
three hearty cheers for
,the. ticket. "
Col. -Fremont's Mariposa estate, to
which his titre has just been Confirtued,"A. -
tains upwards of Seventy square n:ji,letfr ,
ated about 2,50 mites from Saii - Francisco.—
Pahner,,Cook the,Cit ifornia, batilt-crs,
own one undivided the,tradt, find the
CotodeUthe other, which manyvaesons behave
makes hitrilhe richest man in, the-world. He'
ithmense•gold region In 1846 for
$13000; aodlrito laughed at, for 'the' reakless
ness of his Irivestment. "It has- already ,yiel-
Acd thirtyL,five-ruillisns iii gold, and its resour
,-ses;'both toin.eral and 'agricultural, are saki—
to be inexhaustable. • ' •
,OPPOSITION OF IgARN,—On the 2d of April,
the planet Mars, after an Inteinral' of. more
' than 22 months, will, again come Into oppo-,
sitmh to the sutt-atid to its least dltance frank
the earth during its present - rove • It
therefore,on that, da,y--,will,riso,in the east to
the sun goes i
down n tha'wesioild..ovon in
the twilight may be yeeogbised 5y its.6rilliaut;
Indeed fo r sonic time past. it tras_,
been after . fitiolit 8 P. M. the most conepictioui—
obj.ect in the soUthetistern sky.
Wednesday, March 20.—The gall of the..
/louse being appropriated. to the use .of rthe
Union State Conveution, that body held no
session. In the 'Senate, tM number • ;ot. bills
were reported favorably from committees,
amo . .ig which-Were three, bank hlls, tAcharter
the Youghbigheny. York County , and, Aflct- .
gheny.City‘Banks.. Among tlurbills reported
negatively were the:following bank charterS:
Bank of Selinsgro.ve, Beaver Deposit Bank,'
Continonwearth,Savings Bang Union Bank of
,and - Strasburg Bank. .
Bills 'to •charier the Pulaski and golumbia
Iron CoMpanieri passgd sicoad 'rending. 4..•
motion to reconsider the vottbrejecting the
Corn Exchange Bank was •rejeoted.
Thursday, March 2 . 7.—N0 sedsion
House. , , In. ike- - senate, the 'bill to author.-
ire' the Harrisburg and Mouni . Joy Rail Itbad
to their roar' . to Dauphin vas.
and postponed,, The hill to extend the. char
ter of the Miner's 13‘ark ruttsville passed -
finally. Also bills to incorporate the North
16tertrOTIT taneaster;' and the
Coverly House of Harrisburg. •
Friday, March 28.—1 n the Senate, the
to ineorperate the' Consolidation Coat Corn
.parry, and the bill for tho preservationef-game
v - orons=blrds - ;- - Ave.
the _committees:. The bill' . .to -- authorize the
Iliirrisburg, and lancastor Railroad to extend•
the rotid. to .lauphin,—was passed. .:An. invi- •
tation free]. the Philadelphia
ety, to attend the lecture by Mr. r.Everpt( l .nti.-
the' eifaract Cr or ;Wash .alto leS Ir t
thellouse, tho'bill to proyrdefor the Ineorpo- -
ration - of Insurance Companies; • anti •the • bill
relative to the Ageuei6B - Of Foreign Tniuratice
and Trust and Annuity companies . were -pass- . ...
ed finally,. as was also_ tho. bill relative to_.—
AOiculturnl, - Ylerad
bitions, and the bill relative to the 'service of
process.: . The bill to eitablish a. uniform pa- •
per measure, and the one regarding entail
and the recording of i relation thereto,
wet% •postpotted indefinitely: ' . . :
S durcloy, March: 29,--44, the Senate, the
principle feature was the report of the Cott
mittee on Conferenee on the Tavern License
wheTreported_a bill to, regulate thli sale -
taiauitnous vote, six members - being absent.
The supplement to the Act Ineprporitting the
_Germantown Savings' Fund, passed. heally.---
A large number of bills wer6-reported from the
C,mireittees; the- followiug with it : negative , "
- recommendation -
“A__supplemetit._;t6 the Act incorporating- -
the-Marelial - Savings' Association; a 'bill to
prevent the negotiation of-loans by the, city of
Philadelphia ; 'a supplement to the Act incor
porating the City” of Philadelphia ; to -- author
ize the election of a Solicitor of the Guardians
of the Poor of Philadelphia; • to • authorize the
election or a solicitor of the Guardians of the
roor of Philadelphia; to vacate 'park . lape . „
Philadelphia; to incorporate the "Stiver , Hill
Centetry Company. , •
In t I ouse,-the-hill--t0 7. -regulate-favera---
'licences-IN-as itd•.pted as reported by the Com-
initteo Of Conferetice-4eas 64, nays 32. •
Monday, March : ;tbe Senate,.bille
were 'passed—to author* 'Courts to alter .
writs in certain oases, relative to roads:ill Berke
county,: to incorporate the Consolidated COAL
Company, toincorporate the Muse for Desti
tute Colored Children. The bill to incorporate
the — triitted States — Gonne Company passed
Cominittee of the Whole. The Senate then
resumed • the consideration, of the
amendments to the Constitution of the State,
whiet(was debated at length, and Mr. Crab()
obtained the floor, when the7Senate adjourned,
In the Rouse, the supplement_ to the act- to if ,
Incorporate the Germantown Savings Fund
passed finally, as did also the bill - to •incorpe-
rate the Pittsburg and Youghiogeay Coal Cola
pany. A debate took place on o the •questiod
of making hank bills' a special order, whieti
resolution was negatived.
Ixrsnesriva PAINTING. —The ohip_•Prigete
'gird just arrived at Philadelphia 'from Loniiint,
has brought• hither what) originaljortrait of
..the..famous British .patriot aud•-itatessnao,
tent home by the goo. James
Buchanan. It belonged to the lieu. Jolla Mc-
Gregor,. member of the Britiolt_karlitnent-_kr' l / 2 ,.
Clasgow, and is. to- bei ; presented by itinri,
through Alr - Buchatute, to the Congress of the
United Stateti. It is Ante of the Ouly -two or-
igival .portriiits of chat true patriot. 'awl brave
anus nowsin existeuce, sand' s he of
great value, • . - • , • •
RAILROAD DAMAO/0.—Gt.:170,s 'lteller,•-01r
jfitrrisburg, :recovered $lOOO damaigts. 'for
personal injurics'crom the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company. It 'appears Never was cross
ing Um trapkof the - road i 11.% ciavered wapiti
when a hicoinotive, without warning,
along, shivering his vehicle to pieces and den=
NEW palatial hotel` is about to
be erected in Philadelphia, at the , ..coruer of
-- CheStttat tlAti.EiOth streets. Its to be
stories high,. froutitir 174 feet on Ohesttit4
street, and running tuuch further back ou
Eighth. It is to tie built of. w hite
A charter has, beep ' . obtaitted for - tit (trial the
begielature: - -
SLAVES roa Earleas.- I We pa titre, by • , re •
St." Louis paper', that a steamer arrived *et* .
from Lotdoviltc,, vrith bitweert, ant sixty ,
t9uvee,,,,yelonging to ftuni=o are - on their
from Kentucky ;to: , • The slaves •
were vre.ono of cal or neuron and _8 SIN of •
color. Tito Evening elert-staten •thot, mitten
Clu . cpenintrof - the- tOer; fait .dretit'uurrii,
&cr.ve.s laic arrived froni . the Ohio rivet, ' - ou
Cicir way to irElltlS.