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OT IC E.—Tlie I - 1101i] hers of did
cultural Seelety of Cumberland County are
quoted to nmet at the court llouse in earlisle,..odsat
ruedliy, 3rity 3. 355t1, at iii , o'clock, to mike rimuigimitmis
for the next fall exhibitkm. •
Anil 35, 1.86C4:1'..w.:1
Norrio-E —The - Stackhokters of the
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, Carlisle i.4i;dild. Waler Company will rneet'a - t the
Arbil ratieh Chamber, in,Carlisle. en Monday lb filth el
7,Nlay,lK.,;;:it, 2 o'clock: I'. M,.lcc Ilia clection of a Presi
dent told-ave Dirpdorspr the ensuing year. ..
.IVANT E 0 9,0 or $.:1;,000
waittekfur rti tire *lies.t 14%1 •Est ate • ey.per
souiii security te.ILI. Lit , Olen. Apply to •
A. L. 'STUNS'. Eit;
• • - •Iteal'EState A(; t.and
• - A . TONEY- WAN T _
ssl 5.04611,er,.fur • s6O-gooils• for
hint upwards 'aro _roauestoit 4o eal/
- and settle up williotit delay as Wimpy is mud!, neeklod
by hips at the presmit alum
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FIITS ATE OF` 11150 11 • 0 A /ILLA‘ .
. AIEIt, Esq. doc•easiy.L Notire Is hereby given that
Letters of Ad nth:l:Al.:Won on the Ostato• uniugb tiutzl
laglier,-EFti.; deeetnied, liaro•btell granted to tilu suit.
.s.riber. All persona : hnow.ing - thenw.ei vet , Jl4l!till.li to
Mill estate Are r4..; , inei•ted i,,) wake iniMPlthito pgl3ll;en,t,
and tiaq:o inavJug &Owl: will presont, them for hvltbi•
Ithlit to ' ' FULA) . IC- W„..l'ITZ'.
1 •sc.tinent .
• _l 4 • of Menroet
ted by the Re,
_r, residing In teen
leg Lilelll , olVoA Indebte )
nuke Immediate payment, a
present Omni tor batlemeut. to
' At& LUTZ,
, CA ItLI, DEPOSIT B .
ITOTIOJ .—This Bank 'has yetis
Mc/area c dividend of live per rent. for the last
st.-. mociths, which will be paid over to the Steel:hal:Mrs
or thole legal representatiVvsmn demand.
. Isy order el the Board of Divulgers •
A prll',!3, 15.5(6r
`ATE OF GIS,QRGE LUTZ,
sod. Notice is, hereby given that Letters
the estate of licorge Lutz. dm:eased,
wat) , LONOtTOncland county. have been
•ister ot) , Mid county to the subscrl-
Ntko!nsttly. All persons' know
) stud est II are req aired to
))I,titose uut:ing claim); to
Na} 6, /555.
lira- BUT LDERS,4I.O School Di rec
_k tors of Noi th Middleton District invite proposals
.for the hulliling of 11 Brick 1.. , ch , ;01 House, near Warts'
Cliureh, in said District: The Directors to furnish.the
inneeriels. _ . . .
•Plans gins', in7splsals may be submitted to the Directors
nt tlitlittext meeting, to ho held at the holy'. of Henry
(Misr: r ill Carlisle, on Suturday,.hhe 31st of flay next.
By order of the Board.
A. P. NORTON,
BUlLDEPS,—Proposals , *lll be -
rgo , ived until 'the 24th of May, by the Waird of
SettOt , iitectors - of West Pennsbomugh 'township. fur
the building of School N 6. 6, on the State' toad, about
,•,..4,n0 miles east of Nowville. 'rho house to built of
‘.llrielc, 21 by 48 feet, 14 Inch well to the scow ud the
end. it inch; the floor to be laid with good allow
i. on - boards ;' n u ll the eelllie! to be 0 feet from r,,
-and. witlithe:mans, to ho lathed and piitsterad; to a%
' rqufoLl with good a quality of White pine shingles, long
•slae; 'windows, 12 lights each 10 by 12, with shutters
1 nosh white Ono, together with a -good brick chin,
rosy l ono two Inch white pinepannol door, The Maud:l
-lion to be of stone; the -door windows and window
shutters to hr well painted -11;e undertaker to find all
the Materials necessary to the coulpiction of said snhool
liduso; to be built of good Materials, and to_be-flnisha
in a workmanlike manner. The contractor Co have the
out School house on tbe•premises: Address lien 108
Carlisle Pout Mat
AIABSIIALL J Ap. Preslder&---
slits will berecoived at the Commissioners' Med,
in ..)runic, until Tuesday, the 13th of May, 1856, for ,
building a wooden Bridge-twoir-41144'onedoged net creek
at.Quigloy's 31111, in. ilopowell township...-lirdd bridge to
be built on the abutments td the old,bridge, tho dlmen:
' slims in length and width to suit 11 o old abutments
-1.4) feet from abutment to abutment-,•the height to be'
twelve feet from the door to the square of the roof;' wild
bridge to bo built of trod; material ; •thir fratuo to be of
w hiri., pine, and of sufficient sine fur strength and dura
bility, and no old tfilibee to be used where it would
effect. the strength or durability the bridge; the
wooden arches- . to' be cJorady. weathor:hoorded with
'three-quarter inch white pine boards. well lapped, and
' khe whole - of said bridge to be roofed with aped quality
of wh pine shinglOs; the roof to extendmt - each end
of ti l 4.b r idg#,twelvo foot over the heel of the arches, and
. ov6r the Weatherboarding on iairif side .two feet; tho
l'brittgo to lei - doable floored, the lower floor to be of white
vino plank; and the upper •floor of oak' plank, laid
le,ngtliNVl SO. and well securtvl by spikes.. Sall bridgthtic
la) painted .with two good coats of. white-lead paint,
mixed, with boiled Linseed all on tJio outside, and two
roots of limo whitewash notice lucid.). The undertaker
to find all the materials necessary to the completion of
sold bilibto, and give. 'ethoirlty to the ‘Contialssioners as
they 'shall relv4re,'for 4.lielaithtul„,performaneo 'Of the'
workmanship said bridge, Thethintelictors_to
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Wichics(kij , May 7.—ln the ¬e a third
(loinniittee.of'Conference upon -the 'Deficiency
Appropriation bill yeas appilated. Mr. 'Bay
ard then:resuined his'speecirilion the mode of
promoting the efficiency of the, Navy. which
fie had commenced on Moilay, and spoke up
1- to the :bour;, of adjournment:* In the HoUse
- the'disegreement ofHie..Celntnittee of 7Confer• - . -
epee 149 W -th e -Deficiency bill . caused nil nt}n'nin
ted discussion, in the course of whiclitife Se
-nate'dametidnieuts were roughly handled. A.
-sPley debate took•place. between :Alessi's. Gid
dittgs and Campbell, of Oliio, in regard to the
appropriation to pay. for reclaiming fugitive
Thursday, Nay Seante, a xesolu-
luring 119 legislation is neces 7
sary to tertitintite ihe.treaty,botween,Dennt4rk
and the" tiniteilSt4tes, iirirelation to
the Sound Does, was taken tip'inni discussed
at length by Messrs ; Siiinner, Stuart,
t ion deo)
In the House, the repett of the Committee
of Conference upon. The .aiigintuents to the .
Bounty..Lairil Law "of 11:355 was .adopted. - -•Tlie,
same report was adopted in- the Senate.- A
resolutiOn was'atiopted 'calling, for information
in nelation to the'recent dist urbatices
mita, 'f he cousideratioti of tho amendintoits
lo the Deficiency Bill was tctrresuined.
C.thilLgs,. while denouncing--the-item of- up:.
proptiatiou for - the reoloutation of fugitive
slaves, was seised wiit a
.faititing . fit,' tied
settle of Much excitement foll Owed. lle whs.
coutonottsnoSs,'and - conveyed to - his . ;
I . rsidence..The till grunting lauds to. Imia'
Asr - ,rallrosds was passed., A. discussion took
place in regard . to the contested -election .of
litairgateironiXeiv_Ate,xico,but uo action; was
-10.—The Senate vas trot`
itisesSiOn,• and the Ilonse
day vessiou since the orgardiatloii.:Att<Puller,
of PetiUsylvania, defined his poo-tfon. past and
pleatilit,.• on tire, slavery quilttion:,
broad national principly4Ml stigmatising
forgeries certain pkeldeations attributing to
hien extreme no ern. vier's.. Ile exposed
what he ohs riferiSed as marked . 'incoasititen
ciep ihanan, and . referred
that the prominent Penneylen
re mint Nith freeseilism
ins colleague, explained - why he had
'ceased v6ting for Mr. Fuller far. Speaker. It
was, because Lo w mistook in believing Mr. Ful
ler was - as good- an anti-iiiebraska
. man nig
of - Pa."gav,e - notiee that - ho
should realily •to .Mr. Ful!er!s '46:c11. Tile
use then adjourned. •
T OUTRAGE. 1317 AI.R.OMAN CAT/10Lke
a the following frotn the Yerk,
;est officiating at S t.
Tmaii,) in the
'1 a lady„ the
On Sunday,laet, the
Alary a Catholie -chap.e\l,
south word, took occabioit to Ide
mottiez of grown uguieii, all of them
of his congregation. The Sons, ludignan,
such conduct to their nged areut; called at
his residence, awl,resented th o rage.. The
sons appeared at their. accustomed...place...at
St. Mary's Chapel, in 'the pew they had paid
for, at the afternoon service ou ,Sunday.last.
No sooner had they made their: appeitrance,
however, tiianAlle . Priest attempted-AO eject
them from the sanctuary by violence, which
was resisted by - -them ; When a general mike
end "free tight" ensued, in which the con
gregation joined, whilst battered hands and
bloody. noses resulted therefrom. The citi
zens in, that...section of the. town -were called
io . the spot. theAtimult;' - and Avere,oshocited
at sucka. disgraceful riot on-the. Sabbath day,
Officer Waring and others had 'a busy time -on -
Monday' Morning in arresting the_partioipanti
(Priest add all) in this riot, and they are now
all. bou ad. over pgear_at...t ike_ne r..t term. of
our Court of Quarter sessions.
F 11.031 Monmotinoat.— The. Deseret News, `of
Vebruary.27th, publishes a proclamation frWn
Gov. Yoking; calling upon the military forces
of tie Territory to hold theniablves in readi
ness to march to any point as directed by the
Lieutenant General, 'who is oideredto• bring
such forces - into immediate service r as shall be
necessary to suppress - the existing-Indian hos
tattled: _ ' . •
Olltt NATIVE INES.—The.Ohio Valley Far
mer estitilates, - from statistics of the Horticul
tural society, that there are two thousand
acres of Catawba vines in cultivation in the
vicinity ofCiaciunati, of *hi& 1600 aeres are
in full bearing.) By the avefage production.of
tle_ltiat_firmyears this - arem of vines will yield.
600,060,ga110ns of wine; which must in a short
time, 'he doubled. The demandfer the wino
is increasing faster•tliau the 'supply.. •
WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 18A.
FATAL. SIIOOTIN6,. AFFRAY.--Mr.. • Herbert,
inenleo - of Congress from California,'shot - the.
head waiter of Willard's hotel en Thursday,
-instantly killing him, The'ciicumtances-tts
nearly as at present 'can be ascertained are .
444-While Mr. -Herbert wasytakiiig a late,
hreakfast -at the publie (able of .the hotel' tt
waiter ”gave him some insolenee,'! «•116t
Called for atfether-waiter; wint-eame..,und
also 'treated him• insolently. • Two or three.
othei„ waiters then came up and Commenced
aii . aseault on Mr. Ilerbet:t whit chairs,plaies,
dishe &c. They...then grappled - him. 'when
1 -several-gentlenion4tandini-ti.vinterfered v --but-.
retreated 'en beingturnedtpon by. the
tors; Mr. Herbert fired only w,hou it becanie
evident that it nos timikpio,l of ' the waiters'
to After else tuns killed; two Others
continued-ilea:Milting hiin . till l i e was. re'scue'd
by. his friettAs; • -Herbert waS placed under ar
rest, and - was to-Lave a .
• WASHINGTON, May . B. examina
tion into the matter, of the shootiii .of the
waiter at Willaas Hoterby Mr. Herbert, took
place-this evening : at-the jail..- me - name - of
the deceased• isl`hoinas heating, a native ,of
Iroland.• The district attorney, .Mr.
peared for the United State-e i and Senator
• Weller, Mr. Dhillips, of Alabama, and AlessrS.
Bradley and'ltatchtfe, appeared for thelviSo
tier, ',before Justices 'Smith and Birch who con .
•dqi'ed the investigation. There y , 15, tut , ini
meuse crowd' in and shout the an•l much
excitement‘was . manifested. Many members
of Congress weed present.' --- -- -
A number. of the serVants helenging• to the
hotel - were first examined. .•Their testimoriy_
was somewhat - contradictory;. boV-their'"evt•
deuce w/18 mainly to the effect that Mr. Her
bert ettlUe•into the dinine- room at half past
o'cloCk, accompanied by ,at *friend, null
called; for breakfast,. IniCbeirig past the u s ual
tour - lie was MC:wined bythe servant That fiC
kis . meal- wittliwit_aiim•der-froal
the office. • Hertiert: directed several 'servants
who spoke to li"ifia Oil 010
theartia-sli names. Tbo deceased made
reply,,tVfien Herbert,struek him with his fi st
or napliin., The deceased pieked• up it plate,
oi2tray., making a movement as if to throw it,
,-.When.Herhert threw has chair at the deceased,
the latter rotiniiiiig•tho a.stniiilt. with the plate;
During the cuslee;,Putricc, a brother of the
deceased, catered,liaving beard of 'the pro
ceediags, when Herbert seized him,. bud . the
two brothers closed on Herbert. , ' The 'strug
le now because ittensely exciting, and as it
proceeded crockery and chairs were broken
pr. fusolJ by the parties to the contest. 'The
Au;rian minister was present as a, spectator,
quietly beholding ;what was, occurring, and
did not.moVe - till he wont tip to the man whom
Herbert: shot te.`-ascertniu whether he was
dead. C6l..McKay testified that he saw, when
ho entered . the dining room, six or seven: per
'Sons in a scuffle and thought it was a 'general
light among the stewards of the hotel, but he
beheld one - of the servants knock down Mr.
striking Mr.-Herbert and bolding him by' the
wrists. One of thein struck Jinn with a chair,
wht4i witness seized aeliair to detend Herbert,
who was sipping under. t 4 weight of those
upon him. Gardiner was. beating that pro •
tniscuously: • After . lierbert fi red his pistol the
•lithertwo 'servants' - stilt; 'clinched- him: Mr.
Smith rushed. forward • with a mine saying.
.• 1f you don't releaSe him I'll killiyou 1" Mr.
injured, and the witness placed a
patch on his nose. Herhert's :pistol was a sin
' gle barrel. 010, .j. Smith confirmed Col.
.Meliafs statement, saying, a crowd ,of ser
vants had Mr. Herbert•in theiipower, &Hang
aim on the head with platek &c. 1I r,-Ilishop,
- a . • mber of Congiess, 'testified that he'was
posititebr certain that the pistol was dis !
charged ''le e' s
bile the 'Was ping on.—'
Three 'or Tou. iersons were holding him, • and
he - appeared to. - s m dill' exhausted._
Blanding corroborat $ the fact that several
servants 'were pressing a tau down (whom he
afiertiards ascertained to *i Me.,..l.lprbert,)
previous to 'and at the time oft. firing ef.the.
pistol.: Capt. Dupouto's testimony vas 'also
confirmatory.:of the above. . • • •
' The examination was continued for,
Lours, when it:was adjourned until to-morrow:'
the:.pri;drier'itits,iremande.d.lo. 04§tO4Y .Of
diel.U. S. Marshal: -- I F " ••:'
• i• ler•Jiidge Crawford, of Washington; i yes
reedarieleased the Hon. P.T., Herbert, eharg
killinr Th minis - . - K - eatin 7 g; on baih - for ,
$lO,OOO, for his liPpettrance at the next terki),
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of the criminal Codrt of the District of Co-1
lunibia, commencing on the third Monday of:
June. James 1103ernet 'and J runes' Owner' be
battle hinbail. ;Judge-Crawford, in rendering
In any view whichthe jury can take of thti
evidence under proper instructions from the
Court as to the law, it is quite clear to my
mind'that tv conviction of murder should not
take place. If the evidencti,had left room for
debilii - whether the prisoner was gUilty' of mar
del- or manslaughter ,, o was entitled to ac
quittal, although the g ound fir such debate
might have been sligit I. should have remand
ed him to prison., ! ;
IL Larrom.—The neat election in wit
be a fair test of the strength . of parties and
priaciplea there on national matters. The
Democratic State Convention, has nominated
for GoverndrWilliam—X. Richardson, who so
successfully iforked the Klinsas Nebraska bill
through - the lower house of Congress._
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A GOOD Law.-The following law was pas=
,Sed at the last session of,the Legislature. It .
was introduced , in the Hauge and paSsed there
as rr--local bill—for-fiuz.erpe—county-,-:154 on its'
introduction in the_Se6te, amended' So as'to
i ate it applicable to die ivliala Common
-wealth. .; Farmers and fruit growers have lonk,
Wanted just such a law is WS; atirrui it — has
received the„eieCutive approVal,•and ftike'a ef •
feet inirnedilitelY; ''''''''''''''''''''' themselves
from the visitations of pruwlers and depredate
tors': .... •
An ocUojirotect /rule and punish irespnis:in .
That the, willful and Malicious .taking
and carrying away of fruit, vegetables Plants, :
fruit : or urnameidal trees,•virms • or shrubs, in
this.Cotnmon.weilili, whether attatcheil , to'thb
sidl or nut, 811,8:11,be deemed and the suite is
hereby declared a wisdcmcanor, nud can he
prosecuted lind punished as. such
111,158 of this Cominonwealth.'
SIM. 2 That suy person or persope"who
s 14 . 1 wt u 1Y an Am mous y et er,. ui brea;
rlown, , Shreugh or-over any orchard Orden Or
yard fence, hot-bed; hot or 'gieen hobsts :or
who shah wilfully' andlealiciously 6141, Biotic,
.cut, *hark; , breal,. or- otherwise mutilate -,,0r
daning6, any.-,out; fruit or orumnputal tree,
shrub, 'bush, plant or vine trellis, arbor s , hur
bed, hot or ;peen house; or_who shall wrong
Cully tresPase upon, ,walk over,' beaFtlquid,
trample . , or in any-wise injure nny grain, grass,.
vines, vegetables, or other groWing crop, shall
antrniny ea conviction- 'thereof, 'iu action _of
-trespass before any mayor, burgess, alderman
_or justice of the peace, or in any quart of law.
have judgufent against Lim, her,,or them,.-fur
trade the amount of damages proven to have
been dune, with costs of suit; one halt the
31ar7iiigeb"or"peenitytergo'to theuS e of tpc.poor.
of the district =Wheriu the ' premises . lie, the
other half the.damage or pepaity to go to - the_
use-of the owner of the premises:sou which-the
said trespass shall or maybe comiuitted ; and
ift default of payment of the_said title or judg
ment:with coke of suit, the .party,., convicted
may and siiall__4_eummitted to the rail of the
lit jicr county, for not less than three, .nor
inure titan twenty days; said complaint to' yo"
made in the name of the Commonwealill, and -
the testiniMiy of the premises shall be admit
red as-cvideuce to prove the trespass.
Tiiz EMPIRE OF.COMMERCE THAT IS TO'LIE,7,-
Mr. Soule been entertaining the citizens
of New rleaus with a_speech, urging them to
fiend money and orals to aid - Milker whose chief
. obsta - eltis - the '..evihipirit in the North ;" but
in spite of opposition, in a few weeks Walker
would sweep the Costa Ricans like dust from:
the face of the earth ;" that with suitable ma
telial-iiid he would et:ll4'4lly sueceit - „C . I - Airtre
needed- was $ - ..ii:10,000; that. so soon . aiL,the
present struggles should end inlVolkers favtir,
Nic;raguit'and Costa Rica, and lour States
would -form a „confederation—but nut •tts a
component part of the American" Union—which
won ti in timo.untrer American energy and in:
dustr,ecome the beat ut....litupire of Cfirn
liTe ecc of the world. .Mr Souie is a.i ttletive, .
but not Iv - Very proplititteorotor: - There tire, -
some predictions of his respecting a recent at
tempt le . seise Cubit which remain -unful fi lled
4.the present -day.:
. Central . America go
ogr4phieally pusbes:ses great advantages in tile
- ivoy of trade. and when a Ship eiieitl SIECII
cross its territory, the comineece oi the tvorii
will pass througu it, 'but the 'empire of that_
conimerco - ivill - Ife iu the North whyre inklustry•
feeds it; and enterprise and intelligence kiln-
Watt . , it's growth., These . dretiais of a - southerti
confederacy. "not-a component part' -of tho
-American litlien,"-may distUrb thei' s fevitd - ,.
'brain.; of such erratic. political philosophers as'
Mr. Soule, but douler uud niure stable tuitiO
see in the Ilnited•States of North Autetit.u. the .
seat of-empireof this coutintint, viliether ot.
politioi, 'commerce or trade.- •
ter 1n! Buz, the . hitterowned byageutlemii.al,
of Philo' ejphia, occtered ou the Union'Coorse,
L; I. ou Tuesday; last. The match was Made
several months.ago,- and the owner of Lantern,-
'in consequence of the finiteness of the .horse,
offered ls2ooo for leave to withdraw, but'..s2,-
.500 'the *hole ainottrit of the forfeiture was
claimed, and the owner_ determined. to abide
the issue. It was fortunate for bim that tia
did so,-for Ltintern beat Buz badly. The race
was mile heats, best three in five, in harness,
tor - VA/MO, being the largest stake-ever trot.;
t e d f o r it is sa id in tkuy country. In point of.
time it was-the 'quickest that ever took place ,
so early in the, seasou-.-2:86, • 2;34 2:32/.
2:37. • •
THE GAMBLING . CABB:L---By're referen c e t
report of-proceedings 'the Court of Quarter
Sessions, it - will, be - seen.. that •in the- arse of
1 1 ,11ilo C. Sodgwiok and Safi:Mel Knox, ithetrOti
Withleeping a gambling house, on the . oath
of Jacob S. Haldeman, the Grand Jury re•
turned a true bileagainst Sedgwick and ig.
norainutr• an to Knox. The case was not
tried, in 'consequence . of the defendant's hat
ing made dtfault, and
_his recognizance and
that of his bait we're :forfelled. - --://drthbarst.
• STILL LATER . FROM EUROPE.
The Steamship America arrii•d at Halifax''.
nn Thursday morning,.with Liverpool..d . atestO •
ilre4Bothli 1-ut-AWhws-pessesses-- . -•no—sps-L--,---
- cial - importance-,-.-except-thaLiunfora_Wtere ourL
rent, and: received' soioe' credence, that- the'
British Government was inclined to, give way
iersy — With the U. States .Government upnn , •
Ccntral American affairs, : huts belief was
h ai rofi+W - e - iitd
The London "paperir .obtained what.•piir
boiled to ,lie'a: : copy •of 'the • treaty 'of. peace.
'the contents of the doctimetit ,accord • mainly .
with What'll:la been anticipated. The Russian • •
Government has ordered the tlisbandonmetit of
the militia, and restored the lights and buoys •
n the' Baltic:7 .The - •Froneli - army-is to- im
ntediittely'pitteed on a peace, fucking. The,
Trade accounts from France -'%ehee. , considers- . • ,
hie improvement: Of • I?.r . usida-bas
ratitielLihe,Peaceg_reatyi_soio the Tiirkiely_
Government___ln. the Crimea the preparations • .
theileparture.of_the fOrces are pro-,
ceeding rapidly... Gen. Letters and a *number,
leaditigltriSsians•Weeg i greSent at a grand
review by General '•Deiiigier. The armistice .
has bean fully established in Asia: Cholera' . •
rages' in . Arabia. Qat of an insurgent tribe of
45,000, 18,000. have been swept off. --At a. re
-seat sitting. Of the French Corps Legislatif,•lll..
lutititlembert made a rather bold speech upon
the electiyo, franchise, in .which he 'charged •
• with the,Governinent
.in .rendering Universal
titlt:iige-aln9ctiery: • lie called for reform in .
he.laws upon the subject. TheConniiisslen
or the-re•orgailization- of the Danubian. Prin.
palities Will soon - commence its labors. • _
c... NQ. 37.
THE Cuor.F. —The papers in various quarters
c'o'untry are giOng good aueouuts of
; oil is liaeltiyar(l, but that is said to ire — very
ta . voiiiile to the wheat, which wassownitrini-'
melts° cittantities last - fall : Wait): the :wheat .
is splenjtd,•but the _grass is yet:thiti. Fruit
was a great deal ihjureti:tit the 14est. Vouch-;
ea - there witl- he.-huns, -bitt-h.-- very - abuuilltutl
of apples is osAceted— Iu Ne.iv •
the wiieat - is in- good (3,3[1,1100u; though.
oackyvard.• Barley and oats are Bialy to do •
uetter'than both, this suusuu. is•tiew,
easty nil the,seitzyu to say witat wilt be .the"
)iesil of carif-; for it - depends mainly -on tau
weather. in jou; August ituil •Se
be ittentoer. - -
6itquld it itivorahill in June, taint( .In the .\
lauiltas,tiathetl„ttrea - euifutry .wait -have unpre- - -
iiedented quantities of breadstuff on hund•nekt
a'atuain. Fruit, in New 'fora ..State will be •
wheat has Stith:red severely in seuitsiluunttes,
out to ilia high lanils it pthintses aline
likyetinsylvattut the general aceounts are th - itt.
- there is - a, preseht Eitospect of u large.crupof
tvueitt. high prices of wheat last year___
caused the tanners, treat Aitue . tu Qatituruia,
to sow' largely - urrtlits cereal..
TUE PATENT .LAW 9..-111 U S. Senate - has
before it ta. hill altering tho Pateut laqs.—
Substanfially all patents are to issue original:
ly fur a term of five years only, instead uf.for
fourteen - years, as at •preseut. At u * r befutif
die elpfratieu °Oafs terfu, any patenteedbuy
procure an extension fur a_turther term of fif
teen years—inalflug all—auste'aduf
timpresent original issue of fourteen yeurs,, w.
sinful' the Commissioner of Pateuts is now at
nuerty to 11tid a.furtnor term of' seven years, its
11%:' tuiuk3 pryper. Ail uxiting 'patents are
übjen.edhu"-tu_o_prOvisions and entitled 14 the
!La VaillugeS 01' Luis tAut. Patent; under Lao
exieting. law, tiro mined, that it3r fourteen
ttild- uhLy Amteuth.lti—tu...
yet r$ by tuu tjutuittiziuuer 1 of I'ateut.B, uutl
duweitate6 Cuu l puod td uppiieU to tur turtbur
1,.. citit/V,111‘1,.k/ivi)uatlut Dill: ;tit put- ..
utile are I.lued tor tive.yeaceiti the first place,
•utt tatty wetr be exteuattliLueu )ears tdUre p .
at the etitiett et Lau ptiteLlLtll,l, -111 all twenty
years, utter whieu uo t.:4 1 1.t:L131.u1l 1.11,u 1./O . 11,114 ;
thus rotie'viug the Couuntssiouer *awl. Cuagreas
,runt the vcaattouti of 11viiituautfus. Tins •taW
at i3belleVe4, Will futluvu 111 1 JuLitUni leUill the
übs:u ie ` s they UMW elralliU Le r,• o rllliXarftliiiii. nu—
:ma uttusea pateuts stuttipue,"tu tit Air, way, as
to urttig.4 such to a ppeu,iy teruttuaUa,•-lyw f ia.. -
years : u!so 'Seetus a sotthileut lUtigrU' , , Li Wu .to
orlug luy,_ really- utertturtutta ittreu -tuta :
iraetteat AO geuerat uperattou, so tl • t WI) gl- •
t-hiaiseit 'Will riluta;ttl OW trust ut . lll3 itt
etitlye•vuiqs.,. .Ititt(ptiL is uu,AulPoicatac ClUtl k
itifixtutg_uttlituus'ut: (I;utarS' worta_ur. , property..__
tit the Uutted States. - - .13 -sttlittut,- luerulure,
uu earetuity'eutt,tdere..l, aud guaeratly du"- '
eussed by tliu piithic. tun - .uutuututta :Wilt .•
u 1111.11111.1011.1111 its I'l4/WI, sue( tau 0114 'it. 1.1
Sala, Wll3 prepared under the adviee: ut meta- -
Uers or tLu U. S.Sapeetue tiouri. - •
IfOlio:pays rats Aro :uuquest.ioa l ably tltS
iuo_st efficacious' licuiedy_ i:ho. Uaiu, for .
Astir trio Coutplatuts: A/W (loughs. The
uuhibcr U • c rus !lest wouderful rills hate
effected-to alt parte of .the Uutuu, liAllre VAC
ticu:arly.tu•cased of Asters of loug eteudiug,
hod coughs, have au thputicutite tomtit of'
ail. thou Who have .used Chew, teat they our
pas (my - thing, of the mod ever matte ktuoWtt; .
uy a perseveraucti.llßCU this Alictir,thle rano
,ty,-ttio /sufferer is quickly restored to health
utter every .other weans havulailtid and tc
i -- beyond diepute; that tuore is nu natio
of billious theurder, or liver , coutpiaitics, but
that.will quickly ytoid.to powers of 11144
inig#ty tueLtiotoe. •
e. ell° ws hada ; grand time at
their kuniversaiy in' Cincinnati ou the 21tn.
the procession fotir , abreast, was threw
tougutuf 4umbere4 four thoueaud Of tho
„,1E weuV- brava'. buit4l .:.I.lithwurte4
ulattiu,for,tltU uuua.liuu; Vuu Authurg'ts turg,u
sik.t . pl 4 titut,„ duike,t utf brithaUt trueptu t p,
tocumpauicil tliiipciusessign; and , altuiii:tuar,
pustutut - was•ati itigtostug oho.