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The Chrlikle Serald, Office his
been removed to Zug's. 3:Wilding
South-Bast Corner of the Public,
- ------llnton Stat~TicitttS~— _
• • . Fcii• .CoqoPlioy. •
DAVID It'LLM()T, of litadford.Cp
-For ...litagr,q of Mc iSui.».'enzo emir,
JAMES VEEEIT,- - iif Fnyeife.Co.
JOSEPH LEWIS, bf,Clip§t:pr.Co.
-For Canal 6'ommissiorier.•
WILLIAM MILLIVARD; of Philad'A
STA'gE CENT4IAL reonitnivimmii
••• . .
The President of the late Ametlean:ll , puh:
linen Convention has, appointiA the jollow)ng
IState Central Committee, viz.:
IttL• TODD, Moirman
'.SiMon Canieron, , Joseph Casey, . •
Jolin J. Clyde,' George Bergner,
John M. Sullivan ; - William D. Relly,•
Joseph B,•Nlyers, - 1.. \I. Buglers.
-'-Henry 'White, • :Jomes Edwords,
'Lindley Smith, J. B. Latieseder;
• H. L. Brinier, ; •.. Edward C. Knight,
Devil] Newport,. .•' Edward Darlington,
.William ii. Kelm, 'Wilson, Colwell, • '
Teter Martin, T. J. Worth; -
Petor Mid.?ler, . .Sainuel E Dimmock,
Thomas E. COehran, David. E. Small,
._,E,--C.-MePherson, B. Rusli•Tetriken,
John Penn Jones, W. I' Miner.
John Laporte, L. - P. Williston,
D. Gillespie,. ' C. B.. Curtis,
John N. Purvinnett, D. L. Baton, -
-Robert P,MeDowell, D N Finney, '
John IL Wells.. .1. R. Edie,- - •
-T. J. Coffey, •- • • f..A. J Fidler",
John Coy . -light. M. Palmer.
-The democratic majority in the BouSe
•:of Representatives, at Harrisburg, has,
es usual;'at the close of the sessien,'fflan
aged to gulp dOirn a number of Bank ,
bills, notwithstanding the pretended lo'-
aofocohatred of " rurg- mine." The fol
lowing bank bill . s . havi3.sn'fiii.'passed both
Houses, viz • Shamokiti:Bank; Kittan
ning Bank, Catasaqua Bank, Conimon. ,
wealth Bank, Doylestown Bank, Alleghi
ny Bank,. Jersey Shore Bank„. Oetorara
Bank, :Pottstown Bank, --Beaver: County
Bank, Tnien Bunlo, of Reading, .'the
'.Coatesville Bank of Chester Vall4, Corn
Exchange - 'Baal: of Philadelphia,. -Farm
era' and.Drovers' Bank of—Waynesburg,.
.Greene county Bank, I,:r.nion.l3ank rif
Philadelphia;Celitril Bank of - Philadel:
Central Bank of HollidaySburg; and
Bank ofTottstown,..)lontgomery county.
'SA'TE OF TIIE.. 111AJD1 LINE ---The bill'
for the dale of the Main Line of our pub.
tic works;ihas finally passed the Honsoof
Representatives. -The gist - of the bill
'fitly be embraced. in alew -lines. The
main lino is valued at 57,500,000. The
.purchasers'are to give bonds for the pur
phase money, at five per cent . ,. interest,
and no 'tart the principal is to bh paid
until 1890, more than thirty . years.lienee.
. If the PenniylVinia Railroad Company
becoine the purchasers; and 'consent to
give $1,5Q0,000 in addition, they are .. .to
be released from the tonnage tax, and
other taxes, on bonds, 'dividends and .
property,. and the Harrisburg, and Lan
-castor-Company are-also-,- to—be'-released
'from the tonnage'tax. '
A prOposition was afterward. mane to
appropriate $3;000,060 of- the bonds for
the purPose of cempleting the Sunbury
and Erie Trail road.. ,This 'outrageous
selMmehas so,far been defeitied and- we
trust - will not. succeed. The people- do
not, wish toot rid of one set of improve
ments merely to be involved in the diffi
, of lty of carrying on others. 's'
Two . DrspniCT ATTORNETS.—The
:Action of the Legislature, in providing
for the election of two District Attorneys
for. Philadelphia, effeetufilly_quashed the
suit so long pending between Messrs. Man
and Cassidy. This bill provides that.at
the next. atitutanal.eleetion, which occurs
in 1859 the two candidates receiving the,
• highest number of votes shall be inducted
into the.offiee; In the interim the pow;
er of appointing ihe'second District At
' torney rests with the 'court of Quarter
Sessions; and it is taken for granted that
Mr. Mann will, be chosen. • • -
lEADED OFF.—Thel3ailehein '1 pneß
republishes the notice of 11.1 r. 'Wilniet''s
Marriage, which oc,iurred in Ret.leli - eni t
on tIM 1-itk of March, 1835,. whin Rev.
Charles P. Seidle, pastor,.of.tbe Moravi
an. Church; officiated it tying the Itynte-,
rani' It hot-between'him and Miss - Ann'
Mottin; . theri 'a that berotigh.;
The object 'of tlio'/'intes in publishing
the above is, that, ko'criving tbe great pro .
livity of press toisrepre,
sont,tliings, they wished. to head -off the
lopes -from,OhaTglog %Wilmot: l ,d th;being.a•
Catholic, and' prov ing by , atisertingthitt
lie , was married bi'V'Clitholie'
.I*ppr i rytTrF,a. : --The• new- Scare•
tag of Kansas, .Mr. Ste nton;:mage a pub.
lierapettet.t, t3oon after arri , iing iu the ter.
i ritory. He' kaittle was - born in:Virginia'
and had settled in Tenneisee, and ',very
ociellraddek . tliat: proolivitiere!,o'n
t'lo-Slilbii'ry ;question ; iriig}it be judged
these EUeta. Wealibulti .thitili 'no
• • ~,
ANOTHIPII i Nol l 4l , i4lloN.L—A:,,ropOrl'
9 from Harriai,Mg s sayfill!tit a, abolition , ot
tbeiflOpat , P3fii4..d.fituciotita'qnkatiafei4 u .
Ajnoiicalis t fonpi :for
LAND SPEcULATIO N.
WC'el thelolliiiving: froth-the
the careful readeri;i , and
wore' especially to tholie,who have an at:
lack Of the-liind'fever,L'i - • ; •
The "estop; to, WhialF - 45 43- 0 146 0 8 1"
bind .carriiiiiin the : West; csiti:
•• not Ltit exercise an injurious Intluencipi
'''sooner; orlater, even'here. To use eli
old simile, the financial world . is like 1
placid lake; which ri'stonefiroi3ped into
d isturhs,,Mom or-less ; over-all-its surface
however remote. Already in fact; the
quarters of that yast.and:grOwing . seCiieni
have. failed to be t liquidated at 'miituritY,
because the farmers and.other-customers
of the western storera ter b in cii bar-
Aced heyond.theiyinenna in, land specu
-lationti_have tairbeen prompt, in paying
theirsenti-tinntial'• . The 'nearer re
gions-of the-Wcst - have been the-first to
'exhibit this deficiency, for :it heti beep
from them, principally, that 'the money
lot:. these speculations bas'been,taken; putt
the itetors in them
. intito gone. As:this
state•of tting4 . is not new, is.we are" not
witho it a peTtal!ericrit — .in the - T - pasf; we
may.a;,eost certainly prediEt — WhjaTitto
• follow; For prosperous as the West is
• speculation exaggerates that prosperity.
Overiarge - purticiira that thriving.-re-
future wants, not according to its pfeSeitt
ones. In -Chicltio lunds will to.day bring'
more money than in corresponding situa-
Ltions in Thiladelphia r or even In - I . cw-
York;_y_et scores of Rerscirts are anxious to,
• purenase, notwithstanding theie • etior-•
.10005 prices, in the hope of 4 still cUrther
.'advance. Thus speculation stimulates
itself..' 11 fictitious value to property is
kept up and the bubble bursts.
Hundreds who, are shrtivid•enou rh to see.
thefulse character nevertheles
that they will be able to sell . liefore:-
revulsion commenees,and - saying "after .
me the deluge.' To carryon those
tions; 'hoWevnr,:ineans must 'be .had and
lience money is at *three, four tind six per
- cent, per Mouth....lloaest debts are
lected ()aid to gamble iiir - lands-
AdVenturous capitalists; who 'have gone
from the East are doubling . their-fortinics
. every two years, mairily by lending at
usurious rates, with mortgages for collet,
It requires no long argument-to 'demon-
Strate that this state of things cannot lust
always. The bursting of the bubble is
simply a question of - time. And when
dhe minyulsion comes, the .. East .. will be
the sufferer, theta - g 6 1)ot° inrioce4:thun
the IVest7—thatisi.il.uill be the
unless it talcei heed iii time and curtails
the iiidebtetlneSs of the West. There
vita a period, which men of forty or up-
wards still xi - member, when What_ is (ie.-
curing in 111innesota,• lon% 'and other
points of the now far Wtbittaook place in
Indiana, Illinois and Missouri; 'a period
during «hich lands were rnn up to ficti
tious and speculative prices, cud after
which they fell. for lorig years, by a natu
ral reaction, to prices below their actual
worth:— Thousands of persons, even in
the East, were - ruined by thCse fearful
times.—There will be thousands' ruined
now,.if they do not take heed in season.
We are no alarmists. But we should be
false to our position as conscientious jour.
nalists, if we dichme warn the ,public, if•
we did not speak boldly out. The 'conta
gion of .speculation,._ which has thrOwn
the West into a financialfever, is extend
ing even to our 'Eastern , cities,. and justly
alarms all cautious and reflecting men.
THE KANSAS ELEEnoN.—Shall the
Frei Soilers vote at the Kansas election;
• is the question now `undergoing dbcar
' sign among the newspapers of Northern
, The majority at - first. was
• largely against their •doing So,, arid the,
manifest - injustice of the election law was
• *cited as a reason. But the •National
Era, wliichLikthe peculiar organ of •tlic
, ti.slaliery — dalse,- argues that by .not
• participirtnig, in the election for members
he - "territorial convention the fre
Statn.men 'Will comniit:a grand error,
Ktinsas itito the Iltiion'•;:with : ar . :bogus
State organization establishing •slavery,
TheErnsoes onto say, that there is no
Other way to demonstrate the fraudulent
• character of the election, than foillie free
State.mon:to ge into the canvas. activc
.. -I •;• -that ease''thou 11 the ma be
cheated; they will be enabled to furnish .
Congress with an exposure of the illegali
ty•Of.the-winile affair, r The New York
Times and a nliruher of other, Northern
papers coincitbri -, thinview._ •
.e had suppos d that the , territorial
Free , Spil COnVin ion • bad settled this
questiotrbfresolving, it to be inexpedi,
et' ‘ fol.' the party '- to vote at the election,
but'tlelinatneiie intuthe . i.
..of free Statti
'ruen in the territory .. .las • caused. a reao7
tionary. feeling in .favorof making a move
---at-alPhagards:—Nevertheless r if one 'seM.
tion refrains from 'voting; it.will only in
..sure'ihe :success of the pro-elayeryjnva T.
ders,,whe ore . now aeeretly. making very
extensive preparations to .throw u - large
spurious vote into every precinct on elect
STATESLVOTIONS:-"4110 next elOtio*
_ ,. ;„TAII be an Tiiginia for members of 'Celli
_gress en d tb .State_Legislaturii; and I Will
take place en Tifeaday - the'26 - th of Iklayi,
There' no other until' Awl
gust, when elections will 'take 'plaeec .ini
iiien' of the' SMitlie'rn'Siatea: '!'
OVERNOR Or T.PiAit—rkiespfitibitirom
Wriehinqf,oi euye, tli4t
tc19).1 1 ;,,i1i;3 4tnigei,;(ii to
?- I ?P'APPPiNIA94 -4 ;POtOOt tP
vriiiE.--Tho attention of
o' , 4r itgrioutterel friends invited to the article
iritMciiiyn 'piper :under She bend of i "Terra
•ChifurA . Diselosnrei.. • W e . of coureehtipif 47
,insiofthe merits - of the new'cliecoveii,-tiiii
end reliable gentlemen in 'other liftMem.,
coin.—The cold weather of last wadi
'has demonstrated that our .farmers sow
and plunti-ibut ihere,„their _autlinrity cennee
-ThCy must 'patiently uwaii ..warm 'sunshine
'and ktnild:nitbefore - the onfswill sprout, the
grass grow or , the Wheal assume a more prom?:
isingaspeet.' The'enigneieMs house-wife, who
has been stirring around conSldernhly in the
- garden with tile intention of having en shun
dant aniiply:oecarly vegetable@ fur .'the table,
else cot-61,1145 . that everything! she. has plant"
. presprct of growing—the ground having heen . .
frozen pretty ftequetuly sine! , her. first Mints
in the gdrilen This is true.: \Ve
have really had winter thrrying'ln-the lap; of
spring: keep •31)0ne' , 4 lig weather Bus
beau the pest week or so, and all' tangs Will
come right im'Juo tiros:
DAMACiE6 NOR SLANDER.In the
Pleas,' of thi's county _butt
tO d trin gee jo_tha,a,-
monnt of $2500,, in no: nation for slander.
brought by Alwohain Swartz, Of the Name',
township. . The 'alleged libellous language
Consisted in lienninger - , ltaving• frequently,in
ths !Must public }daces expressed hie belief ff
- tbat.Sviartz "hall a band 'hi the murder of
John liissel," . a . fariner who was some months ,
eince brutnlly .mitrdered in the' lower seOtion
of the'county. offered notes
iimorty - to disprove his use of -the slandeions
expressions, Atm! his counsel .admitted 'the
,general good chnracter . - of Mr Swartz. The,
grinidOLdefetice chiefly was llortellte defela
ilant was not a n o un of well balanced Mind;
ntul . thereforu not to be held strictly responsi
.ble for cuch - expreltidoit The jury did opt
agre6 with 'this view but brought in a verdict
of-guilty .. ang damages to' the above amount.
- AND_ TM::
nnoVntiniers -Since theiniroduction of Fns
and Water into the borough,,Cirbile appears
.to haveawakened frolit'ilit Rip Van. IVitible
sleep, and 'now new and handsome buildings
ire being.enteted in almosi every quarter of
the-town„ Bosiness,too,.of,every description
brisk, nudappearn ep pny well. -Nii*,-:and'
and na far ti - s
our owd town. is concerned,
heretofore untried . branches of mechanism
have been commenced; and it spirit of enter:
price, industry and cotupetition seems every. ,
wliere to prevail. _lie are glad to note this
ffict„ittitl hail it. no; theTharbinger of better
Aimee and'nn enduring prosperity. Copital- .
iits; tod, whik have heretofore stood aloof .
front industrial and mechanical•pursults - , niter
readily invest their money in these useful and
'profitable enterprisre, believing, thnt they pny
much better than any speculatioo,to which .
jly, nay, rapidly _Wm - easing: and within - Aim
last tutu :yettrs - Itutitirods of industritnits strut)•
gers, with stout hearts aitd.strong arms, have
sought homes idnur. midst. All these facts
very clearly:denoie that Carlisle is not yet
o .• finished town," autl,.that it, is sitsoeptiblo
of still further •imprOvement. Indeed, the
wonder iv, why; for so many yens, it remain•
ed etntionnry,'whilo many of itwitiitter .towns
were increasing in size, mutation entt,'Pros.
purity.. Few of thifeurreuntling towns pave
the natural Oileoilnue ' Which Carlisle ; pos
. Situated ne It is in.„:thmheart of the
beautiful romantic Cumberland Vitll4
one or-the heailhiest in the Union—teeming•
with wealth and a dense and hardy, popula.
tiontrith water po . wer in abundance, and .
elimnte unsurpassed, if our Citizens, and more
particularly the men of wealth, do but their
duty, it is self evident that our "anci e nt nod
venerable borough" will go on prospering and
'Although, lost sammer, some fifty or sixty
now tenements were put.up in cur town, - ,one
erecting ten, yet the first of April clearly
evinced that there were not hoitses sufficient
to supply the demands of the public. Mit'ny
f mikes, who heretofore occupied a house by
themselves, were compePed to remove to ten
entente in which other famillea resided . ; and
Others, aria, bad to seek shelter in small and
inconvenient edifices. To remedy thin evil,
and meet the wants of the community,. our
business men and others are now exerting
theMsel . veeto the utmost, and, we have been
informed that during
. the coming out :inner
(Mite large number of sitlistantial nod, con
venient briekedifices•Will he erected. Alreii'dy
we perceive tbatlome real!y handsome ones
have•been,pnt' up; some are in nettle uf great
forwarthiesii, and excaviithms G r the founds
'tions'of otliftslinve been cominenaed. •
season to come
to on nacurate linoviledge of Millie 'lmprove
meuttrahich -be-triade titii:itift the summer
we will lnerely mentionltbse else - edy
at nbo those under way; utufin n faturelmin-:
b rof 'our paper wo will chteruielelol- toe 1111•
kovemente which may' be made during the'
summe,r and rOuron.
011 South sireit, Major Jacob Itheem .has
ereeted a very, neitland convenient two story
tor himOelf n brick• 'dwelling house ;'• John•
Mell,•Esq., two liriok tennnt.hous.es; Mr. Po-'I
ter Splir him in progress of coontruotion n
large brick building ; and on Worth • Pit et
the 111iiisen Richardson will kayo erected two
frame tenements, I • ' • • I
.1 On Iligh - atriet.qt iory largo. and IMISPiTe
brick building hos ,ttecti"cTeoted fur Mr..llenry . '
Schmidt,: Ada - m Sensetnun. bout thsfoun.
daiion laid for' tOtatalootne brink edifice ; nod
upon the corner of High 'an& Pitt
Jaines liontilton,•Erq.,iltuving hacttorn away
an old• and dilapidated, buildirtm . will
erected during Ate Summer 4 brick
amnion of the borough.. Sant O'er atreet;
ounenterprining fellawioitieen, )111r. Franklin
upon hisjoimdry and maohluci.Bit'aii, • end , ' he
Is nourprepored- to carry' on ,businesti , on• - w
too 4 exteneiro soititt.' , •••The , additional- 'irtiiry'
lietuncierstan i d'in fur'thepprpouti of oOmnient.'
g• on Ati extensile coal* th inatitifaottird - of
dooro;:windonra, , mOublitiannir_other
-arlioles-: in - wood --worl4-441ditminess , witiciti*:
Addle our. borongh, altiangir:much:vneCtied.
The new manufactory , ••it -will •be in
::Oil hlnrketsquare ; Mr; Ad;
.erecting 4 commodious thr e e
On;SnA:romrict"otrt..oti Ilawry. • My era
1)114,41 Progrtee,wtereati9u, ,i,WwLowtt
.ffootoh,, cipe two too:71600F tonsOt• h000tt4;,..
Qq;NPOlLTAdffird.,• , ( 3 'eltttft!" ) i‘tu4l°,*Mktho:
Lw!l3jultß sPP/IFf ttriViLtal'litt,*!q",l,o°llPll:•!.
Um" brlok'eiliffee,.:lnterided,'we lor .
lbe tieeetamodation of their olergydinn
'On Enet sireet,; - e very -, neat'briek - ivolinge
in - n - s hurt, Inv tcrbui I Vior.-M r.-Tilos.-1 P.-
tb Sr stieQt,. W.- George 9h,ith (oar-
Out:', Up, n luigeand ban leotne
stogy, h~fok htlgpe , on tie sauve.Ativet„
. street,.' . Boeteri•
••ereet Isi4Mtititrybrick•divelling house
These are nil the improvements that as yet
have comeihndier 'our observation - . A.. no
trijK•be many!norh-buildings -erected during
the euminer, in titer rell *re iltilLgire 'opm
pleAmlist',of,them nll. ••••• • ~ • •
Our goodly b.rough begins to wear the
aspect MM e•Of -thriving inland' oily th •tri' an
obscure country town. The hum of bit.ine..et
everywhere:is heniti, x ..a!, , k ji• our CaPitabsta.
will extend helping hand and our tnisinels
Cnrliele vtill.be bright, prosperous and pri , -
umnent.:—.-Voiunker. • • •
..PARDON - OF•I3O:III3ERG.ER.7 — Whdn the
announcement was mede'do our citizens en
Wednesday lutenist Gov: Pollock had par
"diMed Mr. dirlidian Bhnilierger, chorged with
perjury, a delegation of - over two hundred of
our hest citizens Mode preparation. and Went
to Chanotierhurg, with is vie* of con•eying
Mr. Boruhergervto•his lion e. • • . •
h'oving Mr. Bomberger in'olitirge,duid we
- believe ive have nerer witnessed mo much rm.
.thysimm and joy in ShippeeShurg nd his
turn occnsiontd. The Delegation dinned' in
.kedliiitnond,whrre_tidere_ceuld•,not—he—le ,, ,:
than one thousadd persons colleCted.. ,. Three
cheers were proposed by' Dr. Alex Siewitrt: ns
en expression of thr entaleriee . •6l`.673euTii:'
eldnity in Mr. Bougerger's Cntegrity nod in
-riticetice; which was heartily complied with =
Three cheers weredilso given man expression - .
of gratitude to Gov. Pollock for the -exorcise
_of executive clemency extendod to 11r. B
Such cheers we hod . never before heard They ..
shook the very win's of the plaCe:—Shippeila
ADMITTED - . 1"0 PRACTIO7..—OR Plui•s
day_loni, on motion or Ft.ederiok., IVnit;
USE. nary , won namitte.! prno4no Inn
Conrtd of Coinberland county.
'',ItiLECTION OP GOOD WILL HOSE CO' , Ni-
PANY.--At n meeting of,",„tlic Good Will 11o.e
. I,llc.following officers were elected
Atom! , jea' , ; •
Sitirgenn 4-Vice President ,
'j 'McCartney ; • Secretory. Sainurr- II
; flaltwet ; .Ist Diree-
for. li. II 8;4'100 1 '00d; 2nd Director, J. W.
0011; 3.1 D.rector, Geo...McEeely4.: 4th,Di
rect , ?r. A. F Meek; fith Jr.;
Isi Engineer, .1' Wareham ; 2nd :.Engineer.
J C. Halbert . ; itri4tigatitig Dmitnittee. J
Win M. Wells, Jr.. John Myers;
Trostees, If. A, Stn. genn, R. IL Fluitiswoo.l,
Semi 11. Gould, Wm. Cameron, J.' D -.Halbert
mr.n,-tio --Mnrnity.:-wao - art elted in
nur.horongh . - yp-terday morning:l.y
J SIRII n d - with
having committed a rape on the
,persnn of 'a
girl shout tedyr(rs old, residing in' Cumber.
laild.county, r a few miles' from our bnrough.•
The sot wee. Irtfinlitted under the most ag
gravating clrotunittanees, and it Is :greatly
'feared that the shift' Will not survive _the fn•
juries received bb the occasion. Murphy,
alter a Waring before-one of our turigistrates,
was committee' tn'priann to await et rertiei
tioiffrom7the,,,ztutboritics of Cumberland
CIIAMEIERSTIURG . AFFAIRS. —April
23d.—A - painfol accident wourreil this even
ing It the depot' of the Cumberland Valley
'Railroad, which resulted in the death of a lad,
the it-in of Mr. linseithurg, editor of the Ile
rinsitory and Transcript, published at this
pineg. The buys were, in th e habit of leaping
on the burden irnint as they come slowly •in
tn town; In such - no attniPt. the tinfortuTire s
youth was thrown upon the or - ark and passed
over: _Bth legs were crushed near the hips,
amt one of the-ernie-wt:ihe (dhow: '
C r ourt hes been in Retision for the last two
days.. 'Several interesting eases live beep
tried, among which were the wills of Agnelli ,
and... Stephenson. That or„thfa fdtfner wee
broken and:Oion the latter the jii4-ivt , re
equally divilled: the Agnew canto lei said to
be worth $120,000. The whelit in this
looks badly, owing to the unfavorable Wtiath.
er; but . Tthere be Isbell anywhere in l'ennsyl
vonie,it will be here, no the land Is generally
in it high elate of oultiintion.
Death of lion Chou. PenroiO..
BELLES Lk;r,ilize iIALL, Dfckinson C.!ltegr,
• . • L: 1 110, 11 pril.22. 1857
Wherene we the' era of the BelleV Let
tree Society have heard of the denth:nt Il it
riehuig. on tho . :fitiv.inet. of- lion.. CIIMILEB
, BIDDLE Pi:Kunst:, honorary nieniber_ot this
Revoiped W.V... in the death sat Mr. renrotte_
thir euelety-line-lost one rite-brightest -onto--
inetilv,Ainil_ottr-cotintiy-ene-w ho as-in-every
way quolified for the high position be occupied
nit a valiolar and shileentan. •
• .psol v ed,..,Thnt we deeply sympathize with
,the betray - NI family iu the loss which tlity ,,
Mike Sustaitied: - •
Resolved, That our hell be ` in
mOureing, aml .thes the meinhers wear the
useaFtooige of mourniiig tor thirty days. •
• Rfro!red, Taut cop) or theta resnllttinna
he, pliblisliril iif the Pliilhileihhtin ":%formag
TinfriOtairrataugVlNTr alitc - ifiaryweiraa
this borough, aud•that'a coprhe sent to-the
to~ully' 'l u behalf of B L. Society.
J. M. aItIFFIVII,
G. SEYMOU It,
AL L. sum':
• . . . . committee..
p.iyA.Tu OY or C0N0P4113.—.!1 .n.
Joy Gr ',o,uptigopery.. tneuthen
thel.hivylfth,Firnurenn frOn,thetlnqriet corn,
pored-or -the counties of Leierne, Columbia,
Montour , Kyomiug,• ou Friday, , cc.
huo.rohiliionce ' no' io"noothOr'vio.
thh oh the dreadful' ttni - Jostili.me malady edit , -
tritited et the Nt tionni. ot el ~in-,lVneltingtnn,•
where he Inilizeil'nt.tlin n tinte,or. 014 kloAut9rg•
itoil — llKl.loptgonierjr - iiroico - hiwyer - broutir
ding, coil had !served wjtb credit fu 'the Stid`o
Logioluture 7 „
KANSAS; AFFA111.9..-§t,•,.4i Warprit .26
Vgitittiry tell fine na.eddreecte
kl, ll 9 lo ;fl l tAci..9?! ol4l i4ttql , ..hAsiffitc9l;nitod the
atiittoritiof,the , territorial legielatu're the
;validity, the territorial , luweiand,liatieepeek l ,
:41YirfVogliie41 11 9E-A9t,•lrolidlilg.-
is tivelittoti,. lie premiums .tintt .
1 ..04'114'11 . 04 0 *U' 4ittnnit,' the Vital , question ;of
:;ttia potilVstle• I tti of the' : 13 I; e
',ibsequent, r im° ke of. the, leetiple,;, and ' thinkh.
3.4 C. tigrekte• aid -them,the ,t4fritory'
litotaidtate '•nia the Union - as a Statia
ireettotaiehtle, a general anineety: f srrfiltr'aitr,
enee-'ef. Gov: -Walker .about the' ittiddie:Ntir
"um. Bit 0 . 1), 4 ,n
od ent r ,
4Pib nll°'t ße n ".. ;3
TERRA-OULTURE DIB CLOSUEEB.
-To le -everv,by - Com siook,,of
• • t.; •
•Terme'wheir6o:ttentlemeti2nr more fie: r49.4'
ent, half Rrioe
60 'mem!, the Dinelosttre, *4ll be • pnetiintiml;.
except n0116'70111'; 0.,. whekg 3:l.)febluen,res
FroM 60 to'7o.are .ewitroteil at the' other . 0.
An hMtorntle terralnulturjetleatlmittetrtn.
any enbeequent Dieehmtate. free, if neuempik•
nip,' with one not
The.DiveloviiretKootntnettce at 10 A, , and
tact till 4,.$ or 6 P. DI. : . to 'Dino
and to . thecfiehlv, Kr corroborative tetitiniony,
' -Not any alleweti to be ,written at a'
Diacloeurit, because the Governinent - does not
protect tliti,Disa:la,:n?r of At by, Tut
ent or. Copy thus",ettcourogin.t• or re-.
quiring set:lrony in the most'itop trtanls Dia
. . . . .
,Tikp &rewords offered. amounting to $l.. 00
l•are eonsidered a gnornitreer of t . lio practical
'video -Of Terrd'cOliort: .'• • ': " .. 1— .•
Go tii• moro “reliable migopturee7 0i.43 goner•
ally regairedto form a Game ofso at $2 eityl.
• A raiblieliteettog,wa4 uoli.tl at I'ma•leroville
talli.coort, the Terra Circular, nod -4000 •oub'
scribed to Iteartt
...Liftternroro Pallor - m.l p Miotook
from Moibettovil 0, N.-Y.
By •H B...Haight and others
• Habbetyville:Dutelialint v., N. Y.
• • February 24,
Prof. F G - CABIN Fre,i,l4l of Farinerel'•
—÷ fpl afill
. -- 1 - egw - fiiil7 - 11 - ttiltan-Ontrntyv - 0 • .•
• Dear Sir: -Some sor 6 t ears we learn•
pd the mewing of Terra•Oalture. of Itut..e:lell
• Connitack, or this place . —tho Discoverer' of
the:principle on Which Terra Culture is flitifill•
To all cultivators we know its practical eel;
mob! tit importanee:
Froth our own knowledge we eon' confirm
the vitribus'skotemritts of its extreme' proeti
iitilum-liti-proved b e y P:iFlA..rilftolllB mode by
. yourself and others nod pithlisherl iu your
!Monthly,—•• The Cincintttits. , v .
Furthers in - this wit:Wily - who - have not lentil
irin Ppnto,mirticula'r ; but they - would - find it.
hi their intth eel to learn the sysiefir Irmo its
. fontider: They .need n knowledge of the dis-_
-covered principle or principles
Some tire 1101, 1111X:01121 to learn the culture
of Chinese Sugnr-eine 0r.41i1 et. who orront
aware illiaTerra - -Culture tee - elms the eultiva•
14.111 of till crops ...•
Terit, Cohere is founded on discovered bo
tanical principles, or Natural Lowe, Laws 'of
0..,1, - conseqiientlythey should be known 'tint'
--o,beked by all cultivators, in every suit sit I
May your efforts to move. Congress . on this'
nut jeer be crowned with success: • • `.
ST E l'A AlO T.
:'-Dstract of n lettei recoivo,l by..B.u4eb.llCain
book fr;,m'Sixteon Bamilton Co.,
01, 'dated Feb. 19, 1857. by A Bt. Crary.
The important facts.
.that the sinfietios
our own State present, render. it it Matter of
imperious mecessity . that. our present :theory
_and priietieu be obaddontal
I Therefore consider it a matter of &igest•
ulatimittliat relief brat band as I have seen
resolltf at Coil legs. Hill, [at Fainters' College,'
whwli are satisfamory.
In forming a Mies I tied a difficult job io
make headway:At first I had to spend coasid-!'
.erable . iime, but have overcome ill objections
and obstacles at-litst. •
. . .
t.• It is 'very stuusing.ts RI; thisugh a 'CUM"
..istittiTy - yrbo- , have heard nothing sr Terra-Crib
titre; the objections nisi megnifieent anti sub:.
limo! • 4.'
, ... .
• Cive us the quickest time possible had all
will be riutdy,— (30 at leant." - . ...
From the Cinclimatus of February, 1837
Terra Culture a Humbug.
go say some of our easeful. Yet the, facts
ore wanting in proof; and until these "are
forthcoming, we 8111111 not waste Rylllllltliiiop,
- considering the game not woi tic the taking.
,itfter hearing the principles df
Terra Culture explained, and those things
Claimed as eterets disclosed, that '• he' has
'heard nothing now.' Another says: •ho
would not take five hundred defiers fur the
benefit received.' One dogmatically asserts
before examination or experiment, 'that the
online) reonnanteinted 10.9 , ,titrary to 1111jVCIIIII
practice Illid CUMIIIOII sense.' Another. 'that
he hue a way.' pursued such a course with un i
feria suceral, and if thatie Terra Culture, I
have always fullowetilt.'
' 'This contrariety and diversidy of views and
expi ession, is by no means remarkable, in re
lation to any new doctrine or theory, especial.:
ly if it come in „captlict -with lung cherished
doer/Mee 'and prijudiees, and perhaps preen;
mary interests. ' It shall be ours to examine
this subject in relation to the facts pre‘ented,
nod:give ur withholf one'sundttuu;-in ac t iord
once there o ! Practice with Science,' shall
„„be„our motto.' To, search into the causes of
things, as we walk ithiltiatimung the works or
ul, and wide uhghteusd curiosity endeay.,r
to find out maim laws and operations. pinta'
our daily work.
Wu have ever been led to conclude that no,
tote proccedc on fixed ; that ebb is not
one thing to tiny. cud another thing to mor
row. All the relatiens of the. thile•ent parts
are mutual and exact, and• every thing moves
on In tis;autiftil agreement and harmony, The .
ancients were nectistoined to speak of the..mu
sie.of the spheres,' referring to the- liarnieny
which pievaile throughout the . -universe—no
dincorilinit note being ever heard, Thy., is a
reaSon Air every thing—ti rule by which every
thing in directed and controlled, 'True, many
things may he beyond •our comprehension;
yet .‘ thero is dodung which should- be beyond
our inquiry All will admit dint there
Vet kingqiiister-in the vegetable
--Ami — The - development lideptogiri*'or repo
-,- -to e,_ the.felations. of_ thelsoil_m_the-plutit•
. produced; the eilects of;ight - abil heat, of air
nod dew, of frobt and electricity. of the Untole
of manures, their noes and their•resulte; Tar
flinelitOts °title leavei, end pieta. and 'Wales.
with all the elreumstaticeepertSinitig to their
nature end couples struetuke, my be consid
ered as 'involving' many unsolved mysiet ire
Terra Culture cloillielo • bare taken 22 ' hillill2
bit" iu this Trrru hicuyniN.
. lu 1110 mikinitlitince i , t tier cdnirus,:slie is not
— ll6lllOl - ilritrel , 1100118: : hull m•mer to us Support
' ed. t an nr, ay i f feats, that the skeptic and
CllBllll4 must dispose ht; before they: anti Le
co iris lit with thtpirches, ur with NtAlb
In relation to . practical agriculture, we are
compelled to hesitate • Otifore. , we assert with
euhti.,ailee that the•,eitetlt mores', In mealisn,
iltd,llUislrt,dttidfst Id OhlltOtltt...,;ll COI 1111 l Oros) sit
1.1 bliitting:7-but, dui (mu-Who 'tv ill tnkv ' the
, p Ilutt tumstinitou.'will tide that uy ttireotilture
loot:tow oto titigmgottatittes.:l ft, tsor to yedl:
"'Aim, 1114.0311tIts‘,0441,.Idss11111ft sltd to the CssliOtU
diOlt WILL daunt NtItUEO 18, difekld fliitast,..on.t . not
to on iiusistl.: 'As bio rectoii,,y toulc oationiou
. to reo.iett to'regnrcl to tilthitt, the ititimi divot- .
city OlitIttl:111.thO oultOto' of tiiety' itittiortaut
pittuL ittatl.vvgittsblet. You ill!. find; the - saute
drop cnitute, even to the tent of iii or eight
some slislluVi, some ridge, nome level'
, q.kluMe fir,- sited , prefer: ie forges' - iites.
.other-lsrge - notistites !nit ibrently iu [Mir, ethers.
' littenieces tni,oinitting,two t tc, three
'_not' n'lent j.r.tleit unt.l:in.tuttiesi And- Vie : ciao
find-rtroutit whOTlutve 'Midi tliscovery,. ,
and assett;mith ptirtinonnity:that.yeif totiy:ent
; your potatoes,.pinnting only the! .4pronts,' roe
even the with, entire oneoese.. 411 alike
substutiiiiitingAlieli t opinion'hY elperleneit nud
Well nutheittitsiteillSets..." • L" ;
y Owe" 11105 - ,leilli. fortunate. in .Terri
; - -Ctitture... - A.:curreopotident writes ;hi!
` infiett oisfy imetids pdtAtcfec, one
birehel, from tii peit'litfhat
the system of onttivittiotf.Which it r.idoitiriien'tli,.
h rojs., a mere, !loth ~donbln floe tfrofts.'fi his
: ~gisburs, cud more then
Flourly raised, wide = tens inhor'.l,,n,q , px.•
AMither, , proved
pr9du.ox,; 41.4 renal liil6l4;:!th*t.
tR4PB the. Ity'ge n 9914,r I 4t.' h4F . e.bAe 4 A! 4 tetr
Sok upyliout it.,4intit ; r4
i in'..nrantiott.. , .. , And lu .nuy: owtts,bri4f
i.a peeippee ' InwtiY,lt . we will t WOer
',.4;l?.o4:lof,r4::;vrikli . Ole .o:eft**. ciiturid
prodthst from a single grain, weighed, eight
times Mt heavy'ss thet:oultivoted according to
L'Ou:DON. - ' On Witoetieittg this 'tliepti4f,l and
,wollY .ttayevour objector, •int ,
'_o l 4lle_Atiteat_ iage t fed. .Thisis prapei:
vice, nttd me will patietittyZabitiellie - rtisolt.-!
WeArn now prepsreqlostitythat if the,irhole .
theory:•proveit cheat and n deoefiltow, it
ihtdria.n!ke4'ini, to tittiklinlntid , pOint.4 obSer':
HrottioiOui, will either toYprotre it , troe or &leo;
tieaessitrilyAentrAo such niche iii ; ittiflntion - Tintl,
eperjaietitota z inust be 'attended with salute,
IvrY vtilentijle dispov:
shies, fti`r the otriorrer Will lie un.ler thoneors
sity of itiventigitting•mkture.clo.dy and cycle
• something . more sohstential than
hohltleouncintion. Ulld I I 'limed ridi•
: 11 e l eP - P!!IYA!.! hie ()Lit ny_ r -
}Taueihle theory or doctrme, we shell or'd'er
-6e,onoved . in Olinclotrqurpositioti, nor reply
to our lierlllllYro. If sult.toittent experience
tuld relishrystatettientn. substaiit - at - o - oa - 007 .
elusively - the tilitima.:4 whet 'denominated
:I`erra . Culture. no . theso,ttlrently preferred `in'
oVestotion ors:2110h clnime,.it :take more
' thin the cry humbug to frighten UR how
.Blloboe. or de1..1. ua front its "notice. tithe
old fogil eominue to Nicol - his pottitoen in the,
tan:t xlten.the rign is irt„.the 1 . 104 I , n I he
mar decry peiet:ce. ree rl to his D.-Iphi° ,
eron'e too j.ress: wh2te he Eno
. fintl t; o re:woome'
flathest Emile hitn; . we 6 . 411 entleovor to co nr
-form-our prtedoe-ofter-taking-intir - view h -
[wore of seed, pill ot or I ober obvioue
regulttl,ing Ito gi , rmitottion, growth and
twit urity vilooll Trrre Culture,'lmltly
to uutlerstand,'/Ind rigidly to fallow.' •
. The DißOOvery of the Age
• • EAST LI N S
o .to in'your valuattle . paper; and oblige one 0(.1
your • oolitic, ihere.
li attended n Lerture of R05,,,e1l Com•
stock's at Matville, 011 Terra Culture, I wig'
through your ciniunns, - to • caress tar entire .
ootivialion of the iruth• and iniportonce of his
--neW-tifscoveryitt -r ogrictilture --- PF - ini - apptitur - i
lion to the cbitivn•ltin of plants, there . oin he
no'llonl.i. .11 it is ile.ditted to' change • the
iholc mode ol' culture, I illioqt it the roost itn
partntit discovery of tliti - ng . it, :union 1 to none
The application of steam. ns ai motive pow
er, and the using rd . electricity - le convey-newa;
ore: inpf.rtant and Int've wrought
creel:change socliV end the busine s s ,!f
-foiro of life. So this new 'discovery in-agri
culture, Iy it , will he of.'inere'universal utility
and application, will prhiluceti 'greater clivnge
than abv discovery that has preo6led it. •
Mir.rComstock's new discovery is loundell
nut n pritittiple or a natural law 011111111011 lo till
plants, and will sottot the text of : public ecru:.
tiny and universal application. More anon. •
J II: CLAUK."
A r,trA y. N - .":Jai. -1 2% - 1 852
Mr. RMIRpLI. (203111,T0C1C Hear Str :-1
hsve.lietened to your lecture upon the prin.
cipleaof Vegetaide Physiology in certain op/
p,ic l itions,ml have heeri •much, interesto ; l. ,
The record of experimmits Xn.klikool xeem to .
uphold your views. end I 11111111 -Cf`rtnility 40.4
them for myself during the corning seasem=
Should your theories prove to he entirely ear._
r'ect,_They would ufflriq tii satisfaCtory,t:Xpin,
ilatto,ll4 of many phenomena. that .arc. as yet
bin imperfectly understood. .
. • I nut, sir, very. respvetrthltlyenra
JOHN - P NORTON.,
[hatePror.in Albany and 'N;tyr-ttivettUni
' ALBANY. N. Y. Tar. 1868.
Mr. Russicra. : Cosisrocie: Per Sir:-,-At
ler attending ydur lecture one newly !llsoov
erect princiiile of -Vegetation." I do not heel
rate to any. judping Irom'Alie evidence yon
'lnivnlresented, it in n genoirie:lnw of Yeite%
tat t le Pliysliilogy newly discovered.
nod promieing tulle more than - any hitherto
di, , onvereel
teak of tin csact science.
Y , ;nr discovery seems to ponne•e ell the
c'nt , a t.ristice, of a law,pf nature ; he og a c a .
ple, conflicting With tin -known pri•rerples of
gricolttiref Science: and- apparently capable
of explaining many of the constantly ,discrep.
ant results.of even the most enlightened ex
If, an it enema. it be true—if the most rigid
e'xperimenial inventiiintien of tin merits con
firm it fully— , he benefits that mist. come
from its application can seri coy be exiiggerc
hrpe the proverbial ingratitude of repub.-
Ilea wilt nut deprive you of the reword.due to
your merit, nor the world of so Airomieing A
dieobvery. Yours, &a . .
SAWL W. JOHNSON.
[Prof. of Agriculture of the N. N. State
Tug, INDIAN MASSACRE IN MINNENOTIL.-
The St. Paul (Minnesota) Pioneer, of April
16th, given some further particulars concern
ing the Indian troubles in that territory. -A
party of soldiers who had been (10T/itched
from Fort Ridgely to the, mute of depre.(ll,'::
.tions on. the Moines river, on arriving at
Springfield. on the 4th found that n
hoed of Sioux Indians-had attacked the town
on the 'jti inst.; killing seveti.persone, wound
ing three, and carried four women into cap
tivity: Among the killed were William and
fie..tge F. Wood, Josiah Stuart and a M.
Church. The names of 'two of the women
who were token prisoners were Mrs. M.irvel
and a Wis. Gardner. The Democrat adds:—
The attack wits withiut paormmtion, and
was unsuspected by (be..settlers. - Mr. WM.
Wood, a tender end an old settler of Manhoto,
had been proceramg to have a talk with the
!edition on the bank of the river, when he was
shot dead and his body burned. • After this n
general mosnere took place, iit which all who
were not armed suffered more' r less. Those
who Were armed barely escape/I. • Two In
(lions were.killed—one having been 'shot -by
Mrs, Church, who loaded guns for the then in
one of the houses.
Thirty-eight v.llunteers left Mankato. under
Copt Lewis. Immediately on the receipt. of
the intelligence of tile Mrissnere.. The corn
, pony 'reached Slocum, own°. Watonwan river
on ,the evening of 11th. where they'rnet
preach. Bed, throwing their. hatelrets in the
air, firing Lack as they ran The company
killed four Indians This, however. wae . but
no, outpost. '.for immediately afterward. 10,
armed .Indinni, made their appentande and'
al l owed fight.
Gen Shields. Gen Dodd; and one 'or two
others, hod raised companies .of volunteers
anti proceeded to the scene of war.
— iiiiirAutMits, April. Vs.—Tinter(lei a
young men mane.) Mlohnel Boner wee brought
before Alderman Ennis on the charge of ha,.
ink in his possesnion it letter from D. ,S.:Mo-
KM, now entifineilin the, f[olliclnysburg jail,
on the charge of movlering .Norerms, nt
Mtio. The letiettwttelut . ki.,:amner. to oome hi
(NtoKipeo.),r,W4:::,:i4o2, , ,iiiitity In tiutih - n
'winner nn'tti p a lept4 t r,friiM;l'holtig
tel of the'iirl 6 ! yttitii:-. , The'lettee di.
rears B o nner ' he wati.with the
writer in Pittetiuieon'a,beitiO'night.-
LATER ran* UTAH TetturronY„-Fi lei of the
P9.neret Nero. 'reihliehetdat,StidtLii'llt . e.dity, to
Feb 411), bane been' received. eto! . 4
to'n — notbinvotHsbirtlineimportanoe ,--- 2 - Tite .
popelotion Of the territory is. raid to bt3.llbOßt
see. itty titonAntid. , tootteett •
seem .t reedy ,pg good.do:d .....of,o4.fnt
Bro:berjoiepli•Acnor. Frii,ident of the Qod
rutniot &mental''' . belle afti 444ll e 119 0 r.'i!
to report the: nionber.nod names of plait mein,
here T Pamir% peek rid.:
faiileillbe idea of .tbe,gCner!il,'gOVernipcnellillt
()log s ep,ero',o . tit,litiire . fo mitt' therm,- .1, •
OCNNOYLVAIIIK EITOTTP Fos Illy DRAT
/VAT. Ot12411,.:;•Th0 011tiO1 , 1Tport Or 00 , BOaript
Dim! dtor4 (it thre' ‘ tiO ' re;', 18 5 4:IA-iiie'elif:
jaglyintereiting, f. Iva prieph ,:pleturo
or Its operetielie. - ,; - Ar the eroeetiol . the yent
ohoteided )70,4, 1 :10 1 C i ilinet7•
were;ho,'Ye end (1t Wove 128, were .
the•Stere , of , Pepos,elvenliw 14 .. by
Narylotld,o t,ky New Je . tee,y4,by Deldt are. end
2114, the Imit4;lorty er . their Irletide:
born cif;Jecob.:,llpWri - .
witis ;alely • 4leetYp.t.'rl
by pre" , vilth..fr q t.h e rer#,.7 . Ahrelr i feidgebe, , ,it
eiagv, 400 ~ii64l.9.4.l.detiti"B(ii.,.',l,eitse. 40000
' ' .
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET.
• "CAnumsr,,WatuTlity, Airll 29, _R57'
FOr.ra-SO*tr6oo,_ p . l; - $ 6.00
dti do • • - . 0,26
do ' Vaudly - 6.50
SPRING lIAII7t7Y. ' do
• - - -
Oa the 26th of March. Mr. Mt:TRIM 'C601'1313, an
OhLeiti tea of Upper Allen .townshlp, aged 86 years and
• 6 months. . ,
On • Seitunbiy, the 25th lost., FRANCFN 1. OLCOMB,
Rs: .N.OF will open TO-DAY
a.largenssortaient of PASIIIONABLE 311L
LIN such: as French' Olmn, erspir, Silk,
Straw and Neapolitan lionnots. Caps. Flowers, &e;:.
Also an assortment' of DRESS' SILKS, Cliallies t Dreo
Mines, Lady's Mantdla. Dress. Trlanningi,, Corsets,
'Kronell r'eadle-worked collars. Shove% Carla Rad 'La
dy's Braids. All of which will bo sold. at .the lowest
passible rates. ' , ;[4pril Sil, 1551.
CP • B. I:LLN R'S_CIiEAP II AT',
nr o .e s teat on of the public to our large
tif aasortment or 0601/S. obleh kill be wad as
e'leap as at Any other. entabliahment in Carlisle. We .
hate ' '
EVI DX VARIETY OF HATS, ..
fir Pon, boys and children, made of excellent material
Mill or every grade nod price: , Also a OplOinlid ar.ort
moat of :Straw Puts, Cape,. and Infa,t'i flats, ready
conts owns-di+. our sioelt of IrtiTii AND .11..iiErt can
not ir, cx!elleil. nail we iliqidbur old friends and run
lllll ors. no milli., niters, 1,, rail and exandau our nook
MA no fool confident of our aldlity to
Al I.l'. io ds Or LaHlloS, Ji icsos and Chiltfrou'a GAITERS,
of the best material, constantly our hand.
N. 11.—Ali rips gratis,
!so.- .• L.L. K ELLER
• [4..4; 9 , P's 7!
STOCK 01.?._.D,R Y: 01) - D S - F0 R.
.iA sob Briber having )eon edviied to Ali
Main from business of all hinds for It fear or, two in or:
dor to re-rnit his health niters 'for sale his entire' stock
of licods, ood.Wlll. and rent or stun iinuledintely. •
lie has eeeeived from the city a lot of epilog tloode
o, oi4 thy; of liartge and (Thoth Hobos; Mous dd. Lefties,
Chilles..hlnttes, Lawns, he.. In great Variety. also
tinges aid Trimmings of various kinds. For particu
lars enquire of [April DJ.] GEO. W. lIITNEIt.
. 1 , A CARRIAGE AND gut-%
Nlid‘t 'ltOlt. will sell a . .Fsmily. Carriage
' end not . f single Harness ter $l2O cash, if pitrobssed on
orbodbro.:ll,ly.tido as I ram-shut leaving foi' , -Eunme..-:
The Ciirringe.wne made 'Newark. N. J:, in the best
Incliner, null has boon in non but three years...-Ittn.
.11nreees was mode in New Brunswick Ity one of the
best makers. and hes been need the same length of thee.
They mar: seen at Prof.. Marshall's residence.
A pad!), 13b7. -•, ' -'..h)IINT'IIIcCitINTOCK,
Warranted . , fresh and genuine
- GARDEN iitEEIAK - In. -every variety. at
•:y;:: . wholesale and retail. Ashorted Ilexes put.
•no esperlally for the 'country trade, line
• Eurepummid American Flower Seeds. 20
1 . 111 , 1e11 .nrie t lee In tarots for $l, with directions. Japan
Peas. Surer Cane Seed, Tom Thumb Dwarf Peas, Orange
Water MIAMI, .New IVlnnltmstmis Cablatie seed, .
PASCHALL 311)1tHIS & CA; •
Impiament and Seed &Oro ith and Merket Phil.
r roECT h stockholders 'orthe
- Carlisio.Oes and Water Company - wilinteet in the
Arbitration itoMMI of the Court linnso. 011 MONDAY,
tho II th or May. hetwiton tho hours of mm and six
o'clock. I'. M.. to elert a President and Directors of mid
Company thijito ensuing year.
- • THEOAL HUSH, Seet'y.
. 4 1G - ItIOULTITR.II4 SOCI
tp- pUrnoun intOrettted In the formation of
n A .lotion ULTVIIAL SOCIM. for Dan ponbotlon of
Agririllturo mood firwill
nurposo of establitthlhg nu Ag
ricultural hibutiy. will tueut at tho Court ilour, nn
SATUR DAY: . MAY.Oth,nt 9 tl'elnek - , It"; Young:nien
from all parth of the county aro invitelfto uttend.
ur ALUM ARE ! HARDWARE !-
Li_ A LAMM SPRING ARRIVAL AT JOII:j P.
The public are requested to rail and examine our stbek
before,nntklng their purchases, all we are selling, goods
at thl!! Lowest Prices. wi3 have ,everything you may
want. In our line. and In such quantities that we can
supply all who may favor us with their patronage.
Carpenters. Cabinet Makers; Wagou and Coach Makers,
Painters, Shoe Makers, Illacksmithel Farmers. Laborers,'
and the Public generally will find a full and complete
'assortment of (nods to select "front, at such Prices as
will be sure to please all. TRY 118.
JOON T. LYNE & FON.
North I lanovor otroet,,Corlielo
FA ES G 0 cIE,E E S
• AT S. C. TIVYETTS
• Shad end MarLeralof different. grades,
Salmon, Seale Fish awl White Fish,
Codfish, Salt and Plaided Herring,
Cheese' and Crackers can be had
Dried Fruit, Preserveq 4 arS& Jeple ,.. s,
Sugar Curod Roof and Muria
A fresh supplp•ut LIQUORS,
ll'hlto Lend, Ice., k.e.,
40ZDOEN-OP VERY SUPERIOR
HAY nod OHAiN ItAlckS for rale Who Muds
WWI. Alrrrr, uU hog“ of NAILS, At'
8. C. IIUYETT.B.
JAMES LOUDON, Borough Treasurer, In account with
. the Borough o Carlisle.
lialanre thy, Borough at last settlement, $205 40
Alumna recofeed from S. Caldwell. eolleetor ' 55,t8 tri•
Four diltment loans from Carlisle Slop. Bank. 2478 t 7
Amount recelsod front Samuel Brown for stall ' 350
Antonia received front Stephen Keepers for, -
stal I rents, 01 ST
received front A: Noble for Licenses, 26 00
received from J. r 4 pa phr for lam aed . • • '
post for Presbyterian Church. 13 00
received of James PoStlewait, col. of t
loan of Sainubl
Balance Jun James Loudosi,
- E7CriaDITURKS. . •
Adam Crouse, manure Ittr trees. 24
W. B. Matthews, repairing streets and salary, 10'00
Jaeo itheinn; holding elergpn iVest Weird, 10 00
;iamb I'oil4 Intermit on hood, L,
'amnion; on view; rendered,
linage Zinn, maps for ordinances,
printing ordinances, Cc.
11,•11ratton, " ' .
;tames Aemstmug, copying duplicate,
William 11. Wetzel, planking bridge,
Robert 51cegrtuoy, reward, - 100 CO
Jonathan Zvi./ler. quarrying stopping stones, 24 00
'Jonathan Maier. hauling shines, • 187.00.
W. T. Siel,mll...for_tatial,_
uolliolliffity,ffirshignlng.spring, • . NAIL
memo. Morris, far plumbing, • ' • 443 42
H. Natchez. salary qsjanitor, . ' 20 00
W IT. Wetzel. salary as clerk, . 100 00
J. B.plitte, salary es constable, 'BOO 00
J.. Louden, salary 110.trenpurer,, : • 2
M. Itolcomb, qualifying officers of elections •
A. A. Line. paintlngmarket•lmuse; 140 40
James ilaughey, working in graveyard,_ 7:76
Carlisle Deposit Dank, acumen. red:tam ze„ ed, 142 *
14 : p 0
Hoary Gilbert. picking fat water u • ,
300 : 1 „1
J. A D: CepeY,.puechaze memo for l
ts. 95 40
I . ' ""nw * ' "' " l l 4" l ' , " ill7lsting and 'Bildern,- • • 48 fil
,miea gpaegler...s ,
A.k.•ll;•Noble Mr rand. •
.itenry ([lass. -hauling with cart and for timber, .30062
l'urllslo bepasit Bank, interest sitOcOscount, 65 58
George Una, Interest ton Tamar,• ••• 60 00
•J. Outehall, hanling Aimee, - , 650
Water and Oas Oompeuy, for water end gee, 342'05
limattnettlalden, laying crottelugs,B2 . 60
,W. J. Dhectrar, Tor stone, „. -
" 7 62
11. Zeigler, for blacksmithing, .68 10
o.lnholl, for candles, Ac., , gOO
C. Stay sou, for hardware, &c... 2 62
biregg, costs of. iece on Ch2rch'Alley, 17 00
fer stone, • •. • , 457
MT, 11. Wetzel' fat Tepgirs. • •_ '2 f 2
.I,ltoidei„llackinnithlutt. • ' 6o' 83 •
tilialles Deafer, for pick handles; „, - 18 OO
, Johtz Armstrong, for.luinhar. - -
,james swalizeth . for hauling. • • • ••, 48;
McGrew, repairing fire ploge; -
Peter Monger, appropriation to ,
Cumb. Yire'Co,, 34.00
li,•Btetti, winding clock, . ,„ • -
J. Gutsholl,kridging qtelluM • . • „„„
Sseuli Depts. damages in bitisililiT°cA ° 2 ••••,- „••••
•T:1 4 1. Dlddlo. salarY.stiattara,V 25 - 00 .
••Jt•Landom:kindhlll6ffit":4 4. '!" . t , , • . •,„ 04
, llectjamin Leger; interest 011:60/4 .
Jlioob Ileetetu, 54,705
TP:Afanlner, repairing ••• •• 620
itheem.froikh •, • _
,MlehaelleeolosolllltlloB..k6,_, . h t ,g
joiln.gpunnaupinalog • 6
tlpcitel, • • • •' li•50
,g, Brotanaz!4•••••••t" • :Y.: •
.„I.ilkertman, sheriff, Mc te;ets, Ac.,„ ;
.11.18.axtim, powder, t0011!..1 1 :C.: „
. - ,Agg g i,mgraD,,onipous redeemed, - ;
i t ) )
t-JulanDreffiels Int./Mot Olt 60, .
- • _ ._ • .6,60.
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