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WEDNESDAY JAN.I9. 1859
To 'Renders nail Corrospoialenai
On our first tinge will he found a aeries
of t , Sonnets," from the pOn of a gentleman
Who•lnis alreadj , won a phice in American lit
• mauve.' . ,
- why the author . enlis"thein "itaperfeet-" 1 , 11.! •
cannot conceive for; in our opinion. they are
cause to be, proud of his former successes in ,
present. productions are; equal, if nut superior,.
any of his earlier efforts.
'The "totter frein'an Iceberg." was inten:
dell for the Herald of last week, s but • was lin
. fortunately - !'ruled out" 'by the Governor's
Message. • ,
Much es we - N.llllle n. communication frotn
' the grail:lntl pen of lukukno, a visit would have
.hern doubly pv4ed. In the first place she .
'would 'come illuntined with time genial etniles
• `of "8," and itt the second, wedietddhave
y,, , e,attcing a
,propria pervoitc, without the risk el a trip to
the Iretic regions.. . • ' •
. Husband," many of.. our
readers will recognize an
. 11 omit to to re ,
c2rit, death of on (381)1140dt ladr . of this;place.
'A 'new story. of au old stile,'' is a delight
skototi ‘iind the Ladies column is filled with
.of useful and interesting
On oui• fourfli page will be &tad n very in-
Aeresling leper on the cultivation of the Chi
nese sugar cane . 'This sultieut ha.; awakened
Ho muA .ntlent kin nmong.Agriculun•riliet that
wi are iinxions o pike ln fire tliein everything
in regard to it, of a reliable nature
CO NCIR ESS lON A t.
Monday atintlfiT lii the U: 8. SI`11:11 e,
Douglas took his seat' for the .first _time this
session, and- tke're was e : slightAtteitipt at ay,-
phinse in the Allevies. The French Spulia'=
tion bill was taken up, and Mr. Millis re-
Honed his speech
, against it. The 'Pacific
'Railroad bill passed tipAllvl .
In the Ilnuse, Mr. Parksdale, of Miss ,- of
fered a yesolutihn; which was adopted,:calling
for tile correspondencey wi.i the English and -
Fretioh governments rtispecting; lite 'cession of
Cuba to the Uniti..d Sta4s, Barris, of
Md..,,Was refused- leaye to introduce a joint
resolutio'n revaiiiig the President to 'inter
pose in the Moilara ' Case. The House then
went comniittee on, the Indian Appropria
tion bill, and Mr. Blair offered an amendment
which was modified and adopted,• to prevent
the giving of arms' and aniunition 'to the In
dians under the govei meta
. atispices. The
bill was then laid aside, to be reported "to,the
- 11oti'fie, and the committee resumed tht‘p.delVe
nn the :Message. SulNequentl.i , ,
the Indian' APpropriation bill parsed commit
tee,- was reported to'the noose, And passed
committee on Foreign Affairs reported - Tx - bill
authorizing the President to-use the land and
naval NUTS - in certain cases. The Pacific
Ituilt and bill was then Itiken upLand—Mr,--
Gwin extiresSed the hope lhat,_the final - vote ,
welurd be taken on Thursday. - 311 7 . - Wthon 6- -
- livered a-speech on the sultiect. ---7-
Mr. Davis offered a resolutioit, - which was
adopt Cd,,cnfling for
outrages 'committed on American citizens in
tie Isthmus of Panama.
In the House, .111r..11111,,,,0f Georgia, was re-
fused leave to offer n joihi reFolutiou declaring
: that on...uetr_State .ought to _be attutittetl_into_.
Eno Union until it is ascertained, Et) , ti • Cen r sui..,_
that it has sufficient population for a member
of the House, according to the federal ratio.
The House then took up the resolution repor
ted at,,t he last session from the Committee on
Foreigit Affairs, die ipproing of the act of
Commodore Paulding in •the seizure of General
Walker and his followers, but: recommending.
that no action should be token. A motion to
lay the resolution on the table was rejected.
An amemlnmot Jfeelaring the Capture of
General Walker_ within the instructions of
Commodore Paulding but without authority of
law was-rejected. A substitute for the report
of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, tender:
ing thanks to Commodore Paulding and MS
officers, Were adopted, after Which the whole
subject waslaid.on the table. '
Mr. Sidell introduced into the U. S. Senate,
on*Mon day, a bill appropriating thirty mil
lions of dollars, to be used by the President in
the negotiations for the purchase of Cuba.
Wednesday Jan. 12 In the U. S. Senate, a
message was received from the President, in
reply to Sei;ard's resolution, informing Con- .
gre'ss that the .yacht Wanderer had landed a
cargo of Africans. in Georgia,'and that every
effort is being made to bring the guilty parties
to justice, but that it is not expedient now to
disclose tie cortiespondenee on the subject.
The Naval Committee reported-a resolution
authorizing the 'President.. to appoint Commo
dore SteWurt senigrAlag officer oLthe navy,
on the active list. A bill to increase the pay
of the Minister. to France was rejected by ayes
9, noes 28. The Committee on Printing re
ported against printing numerous documents
—a very wholesome'ThePacifte
Railroad bill was then taken up, and the Sen•
ate proceeded to vote on the amendments. The
discussion was continued at great, length on
the motion to recommit, which was finally re
In the House, Mr. Stephens vainly endeav
ored to report the Oregon bill'at once. Mr.
Morgan. of New. York, objected, and would
not be quieted. debate arose on the viestion of referring the Naval appropriation bill
to tile Committee on Naval Affairs.
Thursday Jan. 18. In the United Stales
, Senate, Mr. Seward introduced a bill to.amend
the; existing acts on the slave trade, Which was
'referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. .
Mr. Simmons, of Rhode Island,Antroduced a'
resolution directing the Secretary of the Trea
sury to prepare.a plan for raising the revenue '
to a sum adequate to meet the ordinary expen•,
' sea of the government, by the , imposition of
specific instead of ad valorem duties; also, to
supply a schedule containing all needful in
, formation on dile subject of specific duties.
The joint resolution from the . Committee on
Argentine Confederatictri; Costa Rica and
Honduras; was taken 'up and .passed.
Houston, of Texas, then again made a valedici
tory speech; relating to his retirement froth
the Senate," hto advoca of the Union s Ate.,
Mr. Iverson, of cy
Georgia, apologized far his
own remarks concerning Mr. Houston. Mr.
Ward endeavored to show that Texas was for
• 'disbnion. Adiscursive *bate on the Paei
fio Railroad bill ensued; after which the Senate •
went into.executive session, and thenndjourn-
. In. the House, on root ion of Mr. Curry, of
Alabama, it-was resolVed . that the Secretary
of the‘.Havy, furnish the number of chaplains
officiating in the navy, the religious denomi
nations to Which . they belong, whothor the
oh tilains, are required to wear, gowite, .whether
any particular feral of divine service is riquir;!,
MI, 'and whether the Episcopal Litlin ' y is the
~pnly'one'used. O. motion of Mr. 'Houston,
of Alabama, the Committee on the Judicirtry
wore authorized to send t for persons mid pa
pers, and examine witnesses under( oath lore--
lotion to-the cliarges, against Judge Irvin, of
the Western! District of Pennsylvania. Mr.-
Underwood, of Ken;uckV, asked leave to in
troduce a bill for the construction of a railroad
froto the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean.'
Stephens, of Georgia, objected, insisting
on the regular order of business.; his design,
being_by. t h then nsLt cr. have. en. lopport non y,
to report the'Oregon bill. * The controversy.
relative to the reference of the Naval .Appro
t i6-to the
Siminat tec. Of the, Ingle on._tke
_Htsde . tbe,l
Friday Jan. 14. In the U. S. Semite, a reso-,
;lotion was adopted to pity 4;160 for fulleral
expenses, and ono quarter's salary of Mr.
'Merlon deceltsed, 'a furnace keeper. Areso
lution Wnsalso'eareied, giving Captain Hart
.. 2,000 for. expenses, iu the case-of the
British. barqbe Resolute.',Thepacificitailroad
bill was- taken up, and Mr. : Bigler's amend
h em. to limit the route between' the 87th and
'431 paratells'of •latitude was lost. Mr. WS
son's substitute, authorizing the Piesidentpud
was lost. , TJnei debate 'on the bill 'continued
all day. An amtfmlmthit :was' offered by Mr.
- lloolittle :--- aitd= - ndeptilv-providing-that-any
contract made by the President 'shall be sub-
mitted to Congress. and lake effect. only by
jeiut.teeolution. A 'motion to recommit the
bill' was hist.. A Motion to lay the bill on the,
table was ~,The-Seuate 'adjourned-till_
Monday. ' • ' •
In the Jiouse, n resolution 'Offered by Mr.'
Runkle, of Pennsylvania, was adopted, asking
of the' Navy - llepartment-a-statethent of the
amount of coal used by the department since
185:I -what commissions were paid to 'coati
agents. and 'by whatanthoi:ity_they were
11/%11111qm:1m lin 10 ]louses .mef
ii 8 o'clock, P. 111., after nn adjournment of
several days, to . allpw'time 10 arrange the
Standing Committes. ',Speaker Creswell i an
nouncedlhe Standing Committeekof the Sen
ate. (Gen. Fetter's name appears'in the sev
eral committees of "AoountS,' "Agriculture
and Domestic Manufaelures;", , qltilitilt;." and
"Roads and-Bridges.") The bill to nholigh the
Canal Board, - pissed second reading. '
. he the (louse, resolutions were offered in
favor of tr 'fpritT; which were referred., We
flnd Mr. McCurdy is on tie Committee of
"Accounts," and Mr. Stuart on that of "Roads
and Bridges." •
Ti NspAy, J)111 11
But little business was dote in either House.
The Senate met to=day rtt tlin usualhoui;when
an interesting report of the Stale Librarian,
for 1858, was read. 'Two thousand copies, of
the'report have been ordered to be printed,by
Tlio House tens occupied the greater portion
of this mornings session in selecting 'it coin
mittee.oti the contested election Case of l'itr
WEDNEADAY, Jan. 12
Thr Senate war opened for the first litti - C
Dr._pitrilt A aup
plrincat to the act incorporating the Bradford
- Itailrtmd - Cranimrrk; - was - prtused - Ilnally: --- On,
or two:unitttpartant bills were rend in place,
and the Senate adjourned. In the BottUe,-a
large number of local bills ivere read in place.
•'Tlmt the Committee on Bin - ire — be instruct
ed to ingitire,into the expediency of reporting
n bill. providing for the engraving, in the
highest style of art, froM designs which shall
- be-approved-b,y-lbe-06vernorltud-Stide - Trea,—
surer, bunk note lA:des : or the various denom
inations, from live (101111113 to Otte thousaitil,
changing only the name'and locality of the
several institutions, front which ail this bank
notes in this state shall be printed."
TnunsnAv, Jan., 13.
In the Senate, Mr. Shell; of Somerset, fr . otn
the Committee. on Banks, reported a bill to
prohibit the circulation of note of a less deno•
ruination than twenty dollars. One or two
other bills of little consequence were also in
troduced.. In. the 11 ouse, a number ocunitn
portant bills were reported, .and a select com
mittee appointed. to try the contested election
case of T. 11. Porter, of Cambria.county.
Fnin.iy, Jan. 14
The Senate met to-day at the usual. hour
114•. Rlatherford offered a memorial from
George Bergner & Co., to print the Legislative
Record at 20 per cent. less than js now paid
R. J. Haldeman Co. Refei•red to Commit
tee on Printing.
Mr. Miller offered a resolution,' which, if
passed, will call up investigation in relation.
to the re-sale of the Deb - twerp DivishUr by the
Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company.
'Pit motion of Mr. Wright, the Senate pro
ceeded to nominate candidates to be ballotted
fermi Monday neat for State Treasurer, mid
the foljowing gentleman were placed in nom
Thomas 11. Forsythe, D. Taggari,Thonuts
E. Cochran. Mr. Struthers, IL; S. lilegraw, A.
S. 'Henderson, Eli Slifer, A. J. Jones, James
.Rittenhouse, H. Souther, W; Workman, John
Scott, Thomas C. Zulick, Jusitph Laubach. t
- After transneting some business of Minor
importnnte, the Senate adjourned untilMou:
diiy.al 11 o'clock.
In the Hduse, the resolution for the reduc
tion of the pax of members to $9OO per SCS;
sion, • was taken up, but during its discussion
the hoar of 12'arrived, when it was laid over,
when t hi 3 House proceeded to select a com
mittee on tire contested election of Mr. Oliver
Evans, of Philadelphia, which engrossed the
The lionise agreed to elect a State Treasurer
next Monday, The names of nineteen per
sons were placed in general nomination for
A Ca of the American and Republican
members of the Legislature was held on Fri- ,
day evening, to nominate a candidate for State
• The Caucus proceeded to make a nomina
lion, with the following result:
let ballot. 2d ballot: 9d. ballo
• 22 . 84 59.
St rut hers,
Mr. Slifer was declared to be the nominee„
and the noniination was made unanimous, and
tLo Clittus adjourned.. • •. •
Cowardly Attack upon a Aferah'er. 7 -Ozt Satur
day last, C. M. Donavan, who has been trying
to get the seat of Joseph M. Church, of Phil
adelphia, made an attack on him for .words
spoken itt debate..on Friday in the Douse : of
:Representatives: '''Donavan was lying.in'mait.
foi.rtlititch, and as he passed from the Capi
tol; attacked him in State street. Hecame
up and struck .Church With a cane across the •
forepart of the head,so violently thatsthe wee
p:op Was broken. ilion littempted to strike
him with a whip; when 'they were eeparned.,
Pon!tvan.was arrested, and•on . his persoU was
found:a pistol miff . hilly: lie was taken be:
fore a Justioo of the Peace, and held in 81000
to answer at Court next week. ..The affair has
created considerable sensation among the
The two Rouses met in Couyention, for the
purpose of;eleating a State Treasurer. Col'
EI Ameriettit Republidan, was cleated
•over'lleiii S. Megraw, The Democratic .can
didate. by a majority ertrf votes. •
• THE NI Legislature,. for.,soMe
. back;_luts_operated" unfavorably, to Abe
thing depends on_Organization:anti
in lune of war and Ylite is • mot. to tt accent
plished in a day or yeac. The mbitia train
ing of former years was ridiculed and laughed
at as II burlesque; but still it had the Affect of
sustaining. the yolunteer . force and ` keeping
up a military spirit; while . the great number
enrolled. gave u confidence in our resources in
any emergency. ThAobjection wits not totho_i
organization and enrolling, but to the Attempt
at military evoluttons; whiCh bffan ended in
folly, and wax, generally accompanied by dis
If-those over years Of ago were
enrolled and 'mustered, for one hour twice ir
year . ; and all young men bet weeil'eighteen
furnished with arm .- ana — ricon: moots by
the State, add obliged themselves to procure
a blue coat and cap; and trained two days
tho'gpritige fall, tuider
altY of tem dollars; 'we would have a.force ef
ficient, and capable of effectual service in time
BIFINNIAL SPASIONS OF TIM LFIIALATIME.—
It is well worthy of. consideration. whether
Biennial Sessions of the Legiplature would
not be better than the present plan. Legis.•
lotion may be a very good thing, but too much
of it is worse than none at all. The Membets
of our Legislature seem to think, they must.
pass'several htindred bills each session,. in or
der Rfshew their constituents how mucht hey
have done for, their pay. This is a g great.mis
take; it leads to crude Undigested laws, cal
culated to, do much harm, and frequently to
laws of,a trifling character, (such as the time
_orliAiiwglH7COUTirdtur -creek- or spfing4
istatlettlated to bring-Legislation into contempt
Omnibus bills,:embilicing matters and 'things
totally dissimilar, and uncongen'al. ' are blen
ded together,. and bur . ried through both bodies
to the great injury orthe public. One of the'
hied acts of a' late Governor wits reproving
such Legislation, by declaring his determina
lion to veto every bill of the kind.
The bills recently returned' by Governor
pack ,. were Ralf:tined by only half a dozen
yptts: shoWing how_ incou,:,
sislently these... JAlls Must' lutie passed both
!louses.. Motu LegiSlaturn - met but.. once in'
two Years, flier would at the Biennial Session
Lave simnel hing to de, and we wimp-be •re
lieved for at !mist one year, Trotminiritifxiety
about the danger Of their altering Well estab
lished principleS mailer/a, which sometimes
occur fur wont. of business.
. The saving',of money to tre'State, would be
something considerable; and as we are
rid of coools and Railroads. it would imolai
, bly be sufficient for all purpoSea, events
it would be well worth trying •
EntsiKs.—The Legislature think_they must.
do something about the Banks, and the Gov .
&nor has, given his views on the subject; -lint
there are few who untlerstand the sultect,and
mistakes, in moneyed matters. may• do much
harm. The reconmtendation in the late Mes
sage of the Governor, to require certilicaies of
the bonds of , the General and Stiite Gov-ern
meat to be pledged for the redemption or the
D3auli. 7 .4ques,..has_beendiitTd:lmlslew—York.dind_
- found to answer n good purpose. 11'n measure
of this kind could only be applied to hew
,Which may hereafter be clmrtercd, it
would lie...a_lang time before its_,lndviuttage•
would be felt, but if the Legislature have the
Qrt_e_elLfo ~Avi trtimio_w_inLek jar_
tense, -it. would certainly be a • great, security
to note holders. A' greater advantage would
lie, I to restrict the issuing of.any nukes under
len dollar 8: ' .
This wouldireatly inerepse the circulation
Tirtifee - iii - ,MiilWfild be of'littletlisudvantage to
the banks.: The Multitude seldom have notes, ,
of larger sums then live dollars on hand so
that the loss totheM in Time of bank failure,
would be greatly mitigated; for they would
have-specp-instead.of—ootes and the conveni_
once of abundant specie, would be r ery sensi
bly felt in all kinder!' businens. , .
.The Lancaster Examiner, speaking of the
recent election of cloy. Kittsley no U. States
Senator .from Michigan, says: Thus we go:
here and there the last•remnants of a degen
erate and ahem-democracy gut dawn before the
resistless wave of an indignant free people.--
After the 9th of Ma'Fai-next, Steart, of Mi
chigan, Joneit, of lowa, Allen; of Rhode Island,
give way to Republicans already elected. New
Jersey will no doubt, if true to herself, follow
up the October victory, and elect some true
man.in the place of Sonde:. Wright, and Min
nesota,. instead of Gen. Shields,.as soon as she
has a chance, will do the same thing. Every
Northern State, in wldch a - vacancy occurs on
the 4th of March, 1809, has been carried by
the opposition, except Illinois, where Douglass
has succeeded "on his own hook."
A few more turns under 'the lead of Ilu 7
channn, Cobb, Toombs, Stephens. &b., and
every Northern DemOcrat in the Senate, with
the exception of the Senators for California;
which ie essentially. a Southern State, will
have to make room for men who have learned
well 'that beautiful.- verse of the Universal
"What enwelenceilletstes to be done, -
Or warns me not to do; •
This teeth nib more than hell to shun, .
•0 That more than heaven pursue." .. .
Bright and Fitch, of Indiana,Pugh,of Ohio
Rice, of Minnesoy, Thompson, of New Jer
sey, and Bigler, of Pennsylvenia, are the only
vemaiiiing - Itepresentatives of dirt-eating de
mocracy and subsenieney to Presidential end
- party dictation: - They; too, if they will but
look, can ice the hand wilting on the wall
The. future never was motto hopeful for any
party, than ours is now, if we are truo tdbur
solves, to truth,; humanity Lind justice.
FIANK LESLIE'S FAMILY MAGAZINE com
menced the new year in a handsome style.—
Leslie knows no such word as retrogade, but
his motto, as indicated in his publications; is
ever •, Onward." Eighteen months ago, ho
started his new Magazine; it was so large and
profusely illustrated, as to create a suspicion
that it was gotten up for the occasion, and'
-would soon .! fade away." But such was not
the 'case'. It has been sustained admirably,
and Volume IV opens, looking better, reading
better, and pleasing better than any of its
predecessors. Terms, $3 00 per year, Les
lie's Magazine, and Illustrated Newspaper,
when ..taken together, $4 00 per year. 18
Frankfort street, Now York.
FRODI CALIFOUNIA AND NEW NI
Orleans, Jan. S.—The (limber City has ar
rived, with San Francisco dates to the 20th
ul,t. She brings 120 passengers; She was de
tained at CortzaOolacos bar,• by heavy nothern.
winds. - - ,
0 • , 1
The California news is nniinportrint.
City-of : . ,111ixico . dates .to .tha •26t1i•A11t.,. are.
received • Zualoga was deposed by the force's
'under Robles, and has taken-refuge' with the
English. Minister. • Robles announces' Mullett'
at the head of the'Conservatives, and has sent
oommissioners to Vera' Cruz, to, treat with
Juarez for a union'with tho Liberate:
:_..pay,. The Reading:G azetta.aqd Democrat oho
'uf the most ahly conducted democratic papers
in' the State, appears in a nevi dross. •
That sterling Republican ,paper, the Bdcks
Countglnfeliipencer, • also makes, its bow to, the
public for . with allow . suit. We can
gratulute the publishere of both papers on.this
evidence of suocesti.
NIONpAY, Jllll. 17
• New ILiairtinttne.--11onjohitbed Goodwin,
of Portsmmith,.fias been - nominated for 'Gov
ernor,- and yen. 'A. TWiteliell, of Milan, jrO
ltailread Commissioner by the' Republicans.
Tho „following, with other resolutions, were
''' • •
Resqued i That the Democratic Party, during
the last two years: lick liadlint two controlling
ideas--the , enjoyaiut of the offices, under' tlie
Federal Government, and the extension of-hu
man slaterias 'the price of those cruces The
only way, therefore. to' put an end to agita
tion,,ibr the .extension .of slivery,Lis to put an .
end to the Democratic party by putting an
impassable gulf between it and the price of its
treasim to-libetty, justice anittlid.Constitution—
ThO Democratic Suite, Convention 'mat nt
-Incerd -Thurstl-Nearly-490- delegates
!ere present. Hon,..Asa
mously hominated for Governor, and the lion.
Traded:sic yoso for Railroad Coniinissioner,
both being • tlie cantlidates of last year. Re
solutions were passed re•afirming
,Thcition,N.—The retiribg and incMning
Governois of Michigan delivered Steil. Mes
sages en Thursday. Tho fmmier states that
the finances of the State are in a satisfactory
condition. The receipts of the Treasury for
the-fisettlmotititedndo , sl , 7o24,looorentl. ,
the expenditures to $848,00D, lenving a bal
ance on hand of . $17.6,090: The entirnStato
'debt is $g . ,07,000--a diminution in four years
o 1 . o recommends the speedy
tinguishment orthe 'publie debt, and reports
the State University, (lie Agricultural College,
the normal iiild common schools, the asyldinti,
etc., in a:flourishing condition..
Gov. - Wiener's message' is_entireli devoted
to State affairs. lie recommends the appoint
ment of a State Geologist, and an emigratnn
agent; favors the registrylaw, and the erec
tion of new capitol buildings.
Imlms.—Gov. 'Bissell, in his message to
the Legislatufftf Illinois, speaks in &Owing
,terms of the
,prosperity.of that State. The
[Wilzig the years 1857 and 1858, the principal
of the public debt has been reduced $1,050,-
324,and the arrears of interest reduced $116,-
552.' The principal of the St to 'debt now
amounts to $8.241,030, and the arrears of in
terest to $2,806,814.
Onto.—The Governor commences his mes
sage by an aouSion 'to the mist history and •
wonderful prbeess of Ohio: - glveS some.
statistics deVived-frem I be State Commiesioner.
It appears that the yearly increase of popu—
lation is 55,000, or half a million in 10 years.
The population of,the State is sopposed to be
2,400,000, 1411 recommends the establishment
of•Slato Normal Schools, and tlie•encourn_ge
ment of Teachers' Institutes. - •
, 111ATNE.-41ie Legislature of Maine organ
ized at Augusta on Wednesday, by the choice
of Mr. C.-W. Goddard,:of Danville, President
of the Senate, and .William T.. Johnson, of
Augusta. Speaker ef the iiovac. Tli' Clerk
and Secretary are the IMMO nshist year.
INDlANA.—lnilianapolis, Jan. 7.-‘ ; The
nual Message of Gov. Willard was sent into
Ike'. Legislature this 7 afternoOn: Ile- yeconi
m6mis" the- erection of suitable buildings for
ate use of-the State..ollicers. the Judges of the
Supreme Court, and the depOsitory orate,
State records. He °says that the revenues of
- the Wahash acid Erie -canal have greatly di
minft,hed, and fears that they will prove inad
equate to. keep the .canal in repair; that the
bondholders are unwilling to sustain the work
by any otheimeans than those - derived from
the revenues. t Half of the entire debt of the
State hris been invested in.the work itself, be '
'sides $BOO,OOO fkir its completicii.l_The bond
holders have informed the flohrtfof Trustees
of their determination to close the -canals and
-abandon -I he Work, when over, tlii..resources
MAssAcupsurs.--Ilov. Banks was intfugu
rated on the 7th inst., and delivei•edhis mes
sage to both branches of the Legislature.. It,
is long, exclusively confineddo, State matters,
and gives an encouraging account of the ma
terial progress of the CoMmonwealth. •
The bank returns show that the specie in
.banks has been increased to eleven millions
one huni h • e d and twelve thousand seven hun
dred and fifteen dollars, against three millions
six but fled and eleven thousand and tiinety
seven dollars last year.. •
THE 019'0811'10N IN VIIIGINIA.-WO observe
that a fierce .and earnest opposition to Demo
cracy is springing up in Virginia. Old Line
Whigs,'Americans. and very many disaffect&
Democrats, lire uniting all over the Slate With
u will and a determination that. their power
shall be felt. This is done at present more
especially with referen4 to the pending Gub
e•natorial colitest. The democratic nominee,
Mr Let°lier; and the measures he advocates,
are by no means acceptable. The Opposition
element, however, about being organized,will
not confide itself excluskely to• State politics.
The design is to render it conservative, patri
otic and national, looking to . the next Presi
dential contest in 1860. •
Onemon.,oeii: Joseph Lane has published
a letter in the National Intelligencer, denying
the truth of the report, which is going the
rounds just now, that Goy. Douglass line been
• inaugurated as Governor of Oregon, and that
a census just taken shims the population of
Oregon _to be 42 000.. Gen. Lane says, the
Territorial Governer of Oregon is George L
Curry; the GMiertior (ilea Mnderllni - Staie"
organization is John Whittaker. Also, that
fib census has been taken since 1856, when
the numboV returned was 43,700, and that
that census was very imperfect, and Aid not
show Ilte - entire population. by,' say 5000 or
10,000. • Ile thinks the population at present
is at least 00;000, and that the misrepresenta
tion noticed is made for politicalefiect.
Tae a ENESER
journal of .agriculture, published by Joseph
in Rochester, N. York, at 60 cents a
year, is a very cheap, and, at the same time,
valuable paper for . farmers Those who are
not. in the receipt of an Agricultural Maga
zine, will not regret subscribing ,foi the Gen
essee Farmer. . • . ,
EATING UP OWL WHITE MEN.--The United
States ship Vandalift, Lieutenant Brown, at
San Francisco from a cruise in the South Pa
cific, reports an act. of signal chastisement in
flicted on the Nee cannibals of Lornati, by a
party of her crew, in consequence attic sava
ges having murdered and eaten two men be
longing to the crew of a small vessel at the
Island of Uaya. Lieutenant Brown- sent 'out
an expedition agaiust;the natives, which near
ly .destroyed the town where the . murtlvers
were concealed, buriling one hundred and fif-.
teen , houses:L:lllm ~hupdys. d _ywriors thee,
attacked. our force, they were defeated,
with tholoss of fifty men, including two chiefs..
The Americans 'eaten by the Feejees• were
,Louis . Brower, a Prussian, naturalized. and
flenry Homer, of New York.
liEnni R. RERD, Esq., into Cashier' of the
_Fottoons' Ronk of Larioneter, died on Monday'
SENATOL—The lion. fronri Wilson
hoe boon rb-Olooted 'l.l.'Bititee:Sottator, from
Iluesachueotte. • '
• .. gar Rend ow .nliveitiewiteikt of IDo. Sliti
vogula Liver Initioraior. • '
- New Is °atm.
G REAT. INDUCEMENTS OFFER
CHEAP STORE of A. IV. BENTZ.
Ihmlntijust returned from the city with a full and
well selected stock 'of goods In my Una _which I am
weltered to sell at the lowest rates. My-s tock conebito
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Handsome stylus, colored Pout.do.solro Dross Silkir
2000 yda Black Silks. superior Brands, French 31m limes
i'flashaneres, plaig, and
_figured wind lialAines. all
wool plaids, is, Odiluegs, Yahweh.. Love!
.lea, ilimillai. Aladonna,'Mous hoLaines, plain and fig.
used; arid - every varietY of dress goods. _ .
• round corner
Stellas, - „Bay State,
DROIDEBI ES : Collars and ' '
Biasses, separate and in netts, • ,
Cambric. Edging's. rind hsartings. ,
DOMESTIC,' AND STAPLE OOODS:
Illearlied and unbleached Shouting, nil . •
widths. Lancastor Ohrgliams. Calicoes, Flannels,
• ' - Tickinks, Checks null Unsays. MENS'
WEAR : Illarir French Dion. and Co's- •
'diners. Fancy Cassimers,Casslnetts, '
Jeans. Tweas, Cords, res. Sc. •
CARPETS: d'Ply Imperial
- Ta pastry.'lngrain, • •.
. Slump, Ilrane.made • , .
and stair caf.. r •
put I f all
MOURNING GOODS S I would particularly
call ho attention of ail pronoun wearing Juournlng.
7 • ,
~dl i qu„Ptio,,, k truing afore. u,futc , Ptvoi-skropinPuto--N.,tltr
e' ep o.l' . In fla
tiron.; 'ramose Cloth, Murmurs, Mpubazi 4
Frenrh Morlnoas, Cashmeres. all. wool Ilefednes . Pert
eats and Prints. Lows Vella. Craps Veils, Crape Collars
and Sleeves, and all the grodos of English Crape. •
I• PUrchasers urn rgpectfolly requested to EMI and ex..
insane my steel:, fly 1 nen propane ti
dncernents, both an tkviOniity.ntid.priee.
, ~. A. W. BliNTi.
South Iltinover Street, opposite the Post Office,
- .Onrlink. Oct. 6, MS.
xBEAT RE D UOTION IN 'PRICES t
I have this ~ a y co 11111 l owed If my entire
stir hof WINTER-M.)OW, forens...at-louver-pricey-than
ran ho had at any other store in the county. •
Elegant Dark Silks, all WWI 11101,1111108, Casinnere.q,
Merinoes, Wool Plaids. Partireettes..te., in great variety.
Long and square Ilrosha Shards.
do. Blanket Shawls.
Scarfs. Flannels, Blinkets, ke. Ladles and Cle
tlenten's Marino and wool Shirts: Cloths, Casslnter
.Cat , sinetts and Kentucky .101111, Elegant Furs. - .1 . 1.11
figured fhtlalns at 8. 10 and 12 rents, till Cloth A
over-coats, at 37;4 and Oa rents Elegant worked Co
larsi Ilandkerchlers and Undersleeres.
„ c B itET.giv*..ANP,A - ,
MA of the geode beng4 Trithin fe n,veel74 for tho
CMOI. Th:stock Is thereforti large and complete.
All p• Mons In unlit of cheap, gandsome and good
GOODS, n 11l do well to call and examine, my clock 1.1
fore purelanalitg.elsew here; as I hate determined lose
off the stock at such prices no lama give sallattetien•
all. Remember the Now :Store, liantilion's Corner
opposite the Railroad Depot.
'Jan. 5, 1859. . •
N. Il—Hoofs AND SHOFF 1:u 11Ing off- regarElleBs of coF
in order to clone out that hooch of toy buaineFs.
(MTH HANOVER STREET
4_l • • - NONFECTIONtiIty,-•
• , LE PA. '
Wholesale Rates Reduced $2 per 100 lbs.
• , The attention of Country Mereluml i s and, the public
generally Is Invited to a large assottitient of , -
manufacturA of Use beet material and warranted to
contain no poison In their colors, which will be sold
'Wholesale or Retail al low rides at the old stamt of
NORTH IIArioVER STREET. CARLISLE, I'A.,
A rim doors North bf the CArlible Pepesit Bank.
' ' Just received a large assortment of
' FRESH FRUITS AND NU-TS
of the latest itnportrations, consisting of •
- Oranges, • teinons;.i
Figs. Mies, .
, • Pine Apples,
Almonds, . Filberts,
' Cronin Nuts, ' Cocoa Nuts, Ac.,
all of whieh will be sold at low rates. Alt.b;rt large_ as
' TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
uf every variety. AISo.SII the bext brands of
SEDANS AND TOBACCO,of American and Darman manufacture..
The subscriber returns thanks for, the IjLprnl patmt
age bestowed on him by the publio, andSelieits n em
tinuauce of their favdrs. Remember the Old 1 , -taml of
li; • June 10; , 58. North Ilatiover-Streut.
AATATOIIES' , JEWELRY;
- V V SILVEIt-WVILAT CONLYN'S oltlesiab li ebed
Stand, West Main St., nearly opposite the Cumberland
1 hove just received a new' nosortment of watebes,
'ewelry. niedollions. - Sllverware, &c.. in kddltiou to toy
miner clock to which I Invite the attantirtrof the
:public, Theassortment embraces tine
gold and silver lover wetches. Ilunthig
and open rasa (10., gold Aneborn for
Mlles and Gentlemen and Silver Le.
pine!yantliQuartier , wattle:nor every. so, .Qlt.
rlety in style and price. - '
Also fine gold Medallions. Breast-pins for Ladles end
Gentlemen of every quality, pattern and price. Gold
fob, vent. curb and 11114. 013110. (kid bracelets, finger
rings, cuff-phis, vi min, sleeve:buttons, crosses,charms,
&e.. te% Geld and silver thimbles, silver 'and plated
butter knives, forks, table, tea. sail and mustitrd memos
of every variety. A large assortment of gold, silver
and common opectaeles, to cult oil
ages to which we Invite ' , pedal alien
A fiuo lot of GOLD PINS from the boot
'perturb, cos...fancy boxes. silver Mid pearl card cases,
gold unit common brocelots, watch chid.,
Montle ClockH mid It variety of ortieles usu.
ally kept In Jewelry eataidishments. 101101
I will soli low for cash.. All articles M:nr.
ranted to be what they Ara repreiieuted.
-- Particular attention paid as usual -in
WATCH Ia:PAM:AI and all work war-I
. THOMAS CONLYN,
Dee. 'XL 1857.1
TJ ALBERT'S FAMILY GROC)4g,
QUEENSWARE ANI) VARIETY STORE,
.Yorlb-Wrst. Corner of thi Public Square, two.
sde the. Carlisle-Th.l,l4dt Ihink.
J. D; l I ALBEItT has again roplentabod his stock o
goodx. Ills amortmont Ix now full acid romplete, among
whleh may to anumeratod ovtry variety of fresh ,
'Which In quallt) and pr'eo.
CAN'T BE BEAT.
A large,stock of Mull, Glass and Queensware, of new
and beautiful designs, and embracing every, grade of
lie is SOLE AOENT In CarliPle for JONES' celebrated'
KEROSENE OR COAL OIL LAMPS,'
one of the greatest discoveries of the age, combining
cheapness, safety and Increased light. Coal Oil and
!Amps constantly on lined, wadi the public are ra
quested too lit and 0311Mlitle.
JOS. D. II AI,IIIRIIT,
N..W. Corner, of Public Square,
Carlisle, Oct. 27, '513.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.—
Glorious news ,
• For rich and for poor; • •
Prices reduced, . , •
At Steitier!s Cheap Clothing Store.
Remember the old stand, opposite the
MaCket House, Carlisle, Pa.
SISOKIPS TIIE WEED, (that
the ladles so woefully despise,)
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
'that we have this dry received 1:10.000 puro imported
01 , ilt111AN Si XkS, nono of thosu that ore manutactured
in Lowishurg,,York county, orally of the other boroughs
of York county. In connexion with the above, we will
name some of our tine Segura, Estroy's, Opera's,
Young Americas, Victorian, fkinchltas, Fire-tlics, Ac.
Colorado, . • ..,..-
Fig Ixaf, . .
. . .
SNUFF, (a7l kinds.)
The above articles will be sold at wholesale or retail,
cheaper than can he bought any where ou" thle aide of
Purchasers will please call and examine the goods at
li. J. ICIEVItIIt'S wholeitale end retail, Drug, Chemical,
Confectionery, Fruit, Toy. Tobacco and variety store.
South ihinov,er street, oprosite Manama's notch and
adjoining C. he,boG'o Grocery Store. [d0e157.8.
I' ' A ir T AT A o N sA D
LE " T?o B .ub B s . e r ri ( be " r t o ß iro . r A .: l : pr R
i.•nt E ,
sale t o stock, fixtures and good will of the III& an
Shoe Store, late the :property of Jacob 11. Keller, dm
Ceased. The stock Is principally of - recent purchose, and
the establishment line no excellent run of custom. The
Store Room la rligibly situated on the'Publlc Square,
and may bo rented for a term of
lIENIRY L. KELLER,
, - Administrotor . ofJ B. Koller, decd. .
' Carlisle. Deo: '0;1808.
te—The stock of Hats, Roots and Shoes, will be die
posed of at COST, until a sale. or the establishment is
effected.' Persons tvlshing'hargaine, will do well to call,
It Is desilable to close, out the concern without delay
GLASS!` GLASS!! PAINTS!
PAINTS!! • A full assononnt or Olam of all sines
and quality. with a largo stock of treat. PAINTS, all
eolora. Oils, Varnishes, &e., Cement In Mille or anhill
quautitleth. Aloe/ Ogurea at"
, • JOAN I'. LYNN
. Oct. 27, '7B. . %North Hanover Street..
~frOBA.O AND. EG AltS.;.--• The
fluent <oolitic* of hump, Twist, Cevondlnh, nod
°Dior &owing .frubaccuto 44E01101 Flue Imported
Moan& And Dula SegaN, WOO &oleo looluix of doulostio
manufacture._ byuctiburg;,Philottelphiu awl Unltimoru
Cut and Dry Tobacco. Our Mendel - enUuot - (WI bubo -
plumed. by, eximinlng for thowaol roc. •
.10.! FOR CHRISTMAS
GOODS FOR THE .HOLIDA.Y SI!
FANCY.' GOODS, GIFT BOOKS, dv.
.- S. W. HAYMOW ICE has just received from the city'
. and is now opening asplundiddliplay df FANCY GOODSJ
suitable for tho approaching Holiday Ramon, to which
ho desires to call the attention of his Wanda and the
public. Ills assortutunt In this lino cannot be surpassod
In novelty and elegance, and both in quality.and price
of the articles, cannot fall to please purchasers. It would
ho Impossiblo to onumerato his
lIOI.IIDAY FANCY GOODS; . •
which compriseovery va r riotyof fancy article of the most
„ eximisita finish suchas. --
• Papier Macho (Mods. .
- Elegant alabaster and porcelain Ink-stands and trays,
-- - Fancy ivory,.pearl and shell card cases,
.=l,adles'_Fancyllasketif -- —.. . - 1- ---, ----.--
randy Work Bemis, with sowing instruments, .
. • Pori Mummies, of every variety, • .• ' •
''" -=- GOld'ninlif - aiird•nencils.'formerfeapermet hts,' --- -
Papeterlos, and a large Otrioty of-ladles' Fancy station
' . `
lotto lioals and wafers, Silk and bead purses,
' Ladles' riding whips, elegantly finished, Ladles' flue
Perfume baskets and bags, ! • - !
Brushes of every klndlorlhe toilet, - ' , .
, ,Iletissel's Periumeaoftlie various kinds,
Musical Martimas, of all kindfLand -at nil prices,
. together with an innumerably varloty Marticles elegant
ly iltilshad and suitable flir holiday presents, to vhlch_
,lie invites special attention. • ---•- - - - -- -- • ' '
Also, an extensive and elegant collection of
HOLIDAY 111 ET Buena, - .. .
. . .
comprising the varlous'Engllshand America:. ANNUALS
for 1839, richly embellished and ilfustrated POETICAL
WORE'S, with CHILDREN'S PICTORIAL BOOKS, for
children of all ages, than which nething can ,Le chore
sppropriate or pleasing as holiday kilts. Hin assortment
and comprises urorythlng usethln College and the.
Schools. Ito also desires to call tiro particular att..
lion of Families to his elegant assortment of .. •
•L A. 51,1' 8 , Ac.,•
from the extensive establish menta of Cornelius, Archgh
• and others of Phliadolphia, llomprislog every style of
— Parlor, v. hrouberimd - study-Lamp9-finburnlint_el
Lard. Sperm or lltherial oil; also DYOTT'S celebrated
' Kerosene or Coal 011 Lamps, together with Flower VosoS,
Fancy Semite, etc. . His assortment In thls-linc is un.f.
equaled In the. borough„ ADM •
'FRUITS.' FANCY CONFECTIONARY-- NUTS--Plt&
SEItYMID FRUITS; MIN ED-11 KAT, PICKLES,. &c..
In every variety ninl at all prle'es. nll of which ore Tura
and fresh such as can be confidently recommended to
‘ everything lit thin line of Fancy floods, with truntruther
nrtleloa uselnl to housekeepers which the public are es
pecially Invited to call and see tinting the holidays.—
Bentember the Old Stand, nearly opposite the Bank on
. North Hanover street. •
NEW-STO EtE-A-N-1)-NE sr-9 o
After returning hit art!nowledgennente far the very
liberal onaronage. which has been extended to hint, the
undersigned would mall attention to the lint thht Iw
lmxjnxt to.OPetnen, hie et tegilve aPsertnnent of fannily..
In his now store-room, on the south-cost corner at the
public atjuare, where the public arejnvited to call and
examine R stack of goods which, In elegance, variety
and extent. willAtify competition; yomprixing lu part
loaf, lump, crumbed and brown angina,
Java,',ltio and ronated COITRe . Every on. Niue li"1 l yt
ibity - add finality - of TEA. Spices. (ground I I
and untie surd.) Plekela, Snores, Table Oil. •A
NOW Orleans, Stiorlintice and Trinidad mow
MOI.SeK: . New York and.PhiladelphiaPyr-
um% et.mose, acaronl, Vormecilli. spilt Pons. tinminj,
Mincemeat, corn Starch, Farina. Chocolate., Extract o,
Calico, refined sugar at reduced ratio. wading anti hnk•
hug soda. Tolan•co of the unjust favorite brands, Ainlttlie
finest qunll.3. of Segars.- Also, a heautifid . assortment
of Britannia %Vary, plain end g .1.111:113.1 Chitin IVare,
(lIHKS, Queens. it,,,,,, and nothern Ware, in un•nt
riety,.and an elegant Int of Fancy -extracts Ind
perfumery for the toilet. .
FRUITS: including Ponchos In cans; llnixlnn, Cran•
Isurrieq, dry apples, citron, almonds, oranges, lemons,
AVA:=7 ,- .. , ..V1.1.W and Musrat:lVlnes lu auks And Lot
tl,, ;....co.telk busboy, Holland alit, mid Scholdnu
JClsrizo stork-of_LAVS, Including. Dyott'icelolirsted
lamps for bur,lng lieiosolie or coal oil, also Sparta,
Pine. lord rind Coal Oil, Burning Fluid. Sperm mid
Brushes. Ropes, 'Mopps, &Ars. Pool...mats; 'Walters,
Logionr,..glasses, thus letter and noto paper, Willow
Warn, 111111/Led buckets,
COti.oll and. woollen Hose, suit! half Hose, nod it full
)ifoelc of (Horns, Including tho well kstoWn _llouoier
Jluck ‘lls.ve,.- .
In short. Ws stock consprlsmovery thing that is rolled
for hi his lino 01 business, and no efforts will be spared
to resider entire sptlsfisetion to his customers.
- • - C. 1N11011,,-
Oct. 27, 1858-Iy.,
• 3larketlng of all klndo taken in exchange .fo
NlerW WINTER. GOODS!
T MINCH & SAWYER,, AT TH EIR
"j_J NNW I•yrOltE, East Main streati bare just r?,
:;." - reeelVed nn exteuslic and completenoek of N•IN:"" bp
GOODS, embracing Ladies, Misses and Chit. go
drens' Dress tbmds IS every variety and style..'
Cloth Maulles, of !want tel designs, from the lm•
porting Home of Turner & Co. French , Lamb's
•Wool Dursledorf and, English long bbawite, long;
`.Thibet black Shawls.
FURS! FURS I FURS!
Direct from the manufacturers, warranted free u
o from moths: Rockdale and flows Blankets, guar.
anteed not to shrink In washing. a
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR, 2 .7
Of every description; 'MEW SHAWLS, Silk and
Amino Under chi to and Drawers; HOSIERY of ."
all kind- and qimaties; Ladies' Under Vests, long
0 and short Sleovils; Hooped ,Lkirts. of .a new de.
sign, represented to boa very superior article.
Of every variety; Flannels, Shootings, Tlekings,
Prints, ke..ke. k'?
Having purchased for mash, 'r are prepared to
sell ten per cent. lower than merehants who buy ;
en six months' credit. •
Air Please call and examine for our . 5'
f. .LEIDICH y SAWYER. , s;
• Doc. 1,1848
F 0 U It T. II Alt R I 0
NEW WINTER GOODS I
AT aGILIIrS NEW i t CHEAP STORE.
I am now receiving my fourth supply of new goods.
which lave been purchased for cash at the present low
city prices. My stock is sow very biro and complete..
A large, assortmen t or !Mies Dress Goods. of the new
est and most elegant styles;at the very lowest prices.
SMAWLS: The cheapest Itrosim Long Shawls over
sold In Clrlisle. Long and square Blanket Shawls;
Stella and:MINA Shawls. lientlemeWs Shawls; cheaper
CLOTH MANTELS: A lull assortment. Cloth.Cussl.
mers andCasslnetts, now and cheap. Merino Under
shi r ts and Drawers, (Doves. Hosiery, Tickings, Mush.,
Gingluons, Sheetlngs: cheapt - than the cheapest.'
Carpetings, Floor Oil Cloths,` ti &c., very low.
Imp.oodble to enumerate all the new and cheap goods
softly., It to Nay, We have a very large assortment of ele
gout IVINTHIt MODS. which n 11l to sold as not
lower than 1,3 , any other store In the county.
Carlisle, bee. 8, 'LB
FURS! FURS! • '
My stock of Furs aro NEW. bought. fir the rash
from the manufacturer;- and wtlh,tw sold, under-yrke.-
Call and see chem. '
A;IFY OLD: FRIENDS, and the public
generally are Invited to call and examine my
atm.di of fresh •
Meltels, Preserves, Fresh Can Fruits ' Spices, Wood and
Willow Wan,, Ropes and Brushes, Oils, Fruits. Fish,
Salt, and a largo variety of other goods not necossarY to
en 'Amoral°. • '
Store Item two doors east of Rhoads' Warehouse
(formerly John O. Williams's.) . .
(live me a rail and examine my goods and prices,
Intend to sell as cheap as ally other store outside of
Pli iln del phis.
.11utter, Eggs, Soap, Hags, Beeswax, Driod Fruit, &c.,
taken In exchange for goods.
Car Halo, Oct. 27, '5B. ,
G OOD CHEER FOR •THE NEW
The enbeeribor Intending to change bin buelopee will
sell his entire Mock of
GROCERIES AND DRY-GOODS,
at Cite prices and at a reduction of 23 per cont. Prime
brown sugar at S eta., refined white .ditto at 10 eta.,
double re fi ned Sugar at etsr pride Rio Coif. b/
Iba at $l, suger•house Molasses at 81 ctspergallou, other
molasses In proportion ; Tea, Spices, Starch, at very low
figures. Bost Calico sold till now at 12,i eta, for 10 eta,
tho rest very cheap.
flood Detainee at 10 eta, Delnlnoa worth 25 at 10 cts,
and ouch as arq worth 81 at 20 eta:-- All wool Delalnes,
Cisinnuros, French Mestizoes, Copurg and Alpaccas un.
commonly cheap., • • •
" - Long and square Shawls at a saving to the buyer at
from $1 to $2 a plate. . • •
Whitt' goods, Colin's, Undersleoves, Loco, Edgings,.
GloVes - arliortirpliers — than'
ever sold harp - before, cotton and woolen Flannols,
Oingliams, .(bleached cud unbleached,) very
FOR GENTLEMNN we will sell Cloth, Cassimers,
Cassino's, Chains, Yestings, Se. .
READY MADE CLOTIIINtI of all descriptions at a re. -
duction of 25 pdr Cont. fin all you who wish goods of a
good quality and saving - of money call at
neat door to Crozier's hotel.
VI7 00D . AND WILLOW WARE
TS::-MArkal; Ti'avolllng, and Fancy, of
altnOt overt' REDAdt WARE Tub, Buckets,
Alitasuros, Palls, Painted Iluidiets, Keeler's Midis. Hod-
ANI m 410101,4. mid a largo stubk of Rich's" gelat - 1i tod
Corn llrobms„ (sold only by tit, outmerlbor) and all tabor
homuary - artlclus— , allMti at
pri.:en—ti.r sala by -
Carlluls, Nov.lo, 'fiB,
8. W. IJAVERSTICH
LIQUORS: . Wholesale and r
embracing commn nod old llye 1
key, Brandies. dark nod 'pale, 11
ItiISI - lAND SALT
QUEENSW A 11E,
.i. Vt. LBY
PAL10 , 51;1 1 14.4
OLD MEDAL PREMIUM
G • '
PIANO FORTES I • • *
mANUFAcruliEtts OF GRAND AND
. -- 7 - stinitElTANo - FORTES777— .
Oppaeiti the Eutaw House,
And Wouk 101.1 V. %SAL M,'
207 Bditimore aired, betwi.en Chariot
and light erect&
These celebrated PIANO . S hare, at different Fairs, for •
several tat teams., years. been'trwarded-I lie highest pre.
.tniumil for oxeellenco beer nil entupotitlon. They hare
also 11 on pronounved by S. Thalberg, the most celebra
-4,1 pianist In the world. and other distinguhilled artists,
Including Mr.titrahosch, fir., /fr., to be equal, If not su•
perlor, to any Iti this country.
We have constantly on hand at our extensive Ware
roams as above, the largest assortment of Me PIANO
youns to be found In this city. which we will sell.
Whi , lesale and retail, om the most tetms to suit
l4l , 4o,Ky, ,, mpoyezueranteu_our 6 P-tanowiergliexentlnso.
lY (7onsiantly en hand a ilnenssokinent,' f MELO
MONS of the best Makers:4 wires from $l5 le $2O.
AI uoys 'for 'sale A 'large 'limber of tteklitliiittull
PIANOS, at prices ranging from $75 to $2OO.
iy Pianos exchanged, hired and tuned. •
July 21, 1808..
" WILLIAM !SNARE A CO.
NEW - PIANO - S
- - - -
• Ilr• • '
J y' rr
A large assorttont of superior Pianos. front tho tir
2nd PlnnnS. eonston tly f rwile.
NO. 86 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG
Also. Meson h. illunlin'kiotel Melodeon., Orile_mllle.
hideos. and Now Or gaiegarmonliiros.
Old Mum. taken In port payment for new one..
PIANO TUNING OR REPAIRING,
With oil Sirlntied and Wind Imitruinents, will reedy,"
promptiittention from Mr..IOIIN I"l'A: 4 %l'K. who but
no superior hi thisdeprtment . . and Se one of the moss,
relihble Toners in I he' eilteti Stales.
5ep.2 . 2,'68-Iy. . • 0. C. 111..CARTElt.
II B. III!: S.T 7
e • (C 3 rqr-D; -• " PIANO
ARE MANUFACTURED. BYI
; CHICKERING & SONS.
THE FIRST OVER ALL'COM—
, I'ETITORS IN UNITED sTA:r.Es.
MESSRS. C. S. SONS. baring rionnf, 1 to, - their new
ware r00n1y,,111117 Cheslrut street, l'll.tadelplda. are pre
pared to.ofrer n lnrp r assiirtnlent of OPAND, PARLOR
(IRANI), SQUARE and UPRIGHT PIANO FORTES. In
iiirlons OWe,, and ILO(' Ilt prices which cannot
_fail to pleaFe, llekierlptlve iiatalogn3a sent to any ad
drioo upon app/Ivailon.
July 91, 1858—Iy
GOLD 'MEDAL GRAND AND
SQUARE MAMA ,
SiifINWAY—& SONS, 84 Walker St., (near 11rynd
way,) New York, .
. . . _ ••
4 - 31•XNUFACTU'Rk119.-
Were nmirded - the Flret Vrembun where nod when
.Yer they brought their.Phiuo Fortem Into rouipelition
Ith the be±t makers of 11. ton; Sew Yorle,•Phlhtdelphieb
nd Italthuoie. -
Received the.two first prize Medals Metropoll.
tan Fair. Washington, 1A55.•
Tim First Protnium.(a gold Medal) fm the best Plane ,
Forts at the Maryland Institute, Baltimore, TAN:Thu.
Thu. First Prize Medal for the best Piano Forte at the
American Institute, Crystal Palace, New York, IMO.
The First Premium (a Gold Modald for the best Grand
Plano at the Mar) land Institute Baltimore. 1657.
The First Premium at the state Fair, Detroit:6s7.
The First Premium at the State Fair, ❑ichuuo u l,
. Among tho judges were the first Elusion] talent of
the country. such as IV. Mason; Gottschalk,
baulaSc. (i rand .and liquaro Pianos constructed with
the•full W 7 / 1 111011 andirontranincomblued, ..a.re. Avarraut,
ed for three yearn. Prices moderato.
Within! Street, Sthith West Corner of Third,
!COIIPORATED DV STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
FIVE I'ER CENT• INTEREST.
Money hi receivtd in any sum, largo or small, and in
terest paid front the day of deptisit to the day of with
The aloe Is open every day from S o'clock In tho
Morning till 6 o'cttick In We afternoon, and on Monday
nod Thursdaf - evenings till Wo!elork.
• 110 N. L. BENNER, President.
MOBEIIT SELFRID(II:, Vice President.
WM. J. ItEED, Secretary.
Henry L. Bonner, F. Catcall Browner,
Edward Carter, Joseph 11. Forty,
Robert Selfridge, Francis Lee '
Samuel K. Ashton, Joseph Yerk
Mumps, Henry IBlTenderfler:
• Money Is received and payments mad, lu one daily
' Thu investments aro Made in heal Estate Mortgages
Ground Rents, and such first class securities us the
Chill ter requires.
August 11, 18T41,,
N. E. Corner Seventh and Chestnut Ste.,
PH ILA bli_4_ll o 1-1 lA.
An. Institution dustpan', to pri•pato.young man for
INCOIII.OI6ITCD, JUNE 4, '55
ESTABLISHED Stu:, 11544
BOARD OP 'iIIITSTEES:'
11, B. Comegys, David S. Brown,
Francis Hoskins, ' _ A. F. Parsons,
David Milne, , Isaac Decker,
lleerge 11. Stuart. D. 11. lllnman,
John Sparhawk. Frederick DroWn,
Joshua Lippincott, Jr.
'•"' • •
S. M. CIIITTEDET Principal , Consulting Accountant,
and Instructor In Commercial Customs.
TIIOSIAS W. MOOR • Professor of 1'(11111.11)011'. ..
GEOROE M. TellASift:ll, Pr Ifetieor of tho . heioneo of Ao•
counts I ,
JOHN 01101:SLIECK, Professor of Hoololieeplng - and Info.
- ituaIRITUR SIMON, Professor Of LellgUllgeS. .
lion. Amt. JONLB, Lecturer en Commercial Law. •
W. 11. ALFEN, I. 1.. D., President of Glrfkrd College—
• Lecturer on Political Economy.
Catalogues. containing full particulars of terms, man
ner of instruction, 0., may ho had on applying nt the
College, either In porson or by totter
Cltl'I"PI'NDEN'y lIDDK.KiEPINO for Sale.—
Price sl.6o.—Koy to same, 50 ets. [0ct.13,'58.
I NCH ESTER& c o
GENTLEMEN'S FUIINISIIINO STORE,
Patetiit'Shouldoc Seim Shirt ManufactOry
AT um OLD STAND,
.210. 700 cheatnutStreel, Philadelphia;
°SPOUTS TUE WASHINGTON House.
WINOIIESTFB.- will give, as heretofbre, his per.
suns' supervision of Om rutting and Man uliteturing de.
partthents. Orders lie his celebrated sty) tvpf lakfr f ttatf .. _,
'efollarti nt - tia iiiiiiiii i ii i iiiiiiiii •
Forums desiring to order Shirts,pan be supplied with
fhe Antonia for measurement, on almlication by mull.,
Constantly on hand, avaVied.andselect stock of Gen.
tlemon's Furnishing Goods. • ,
Mn Wholesale orders supplied on liberal terms.
Sep. 8, 1858.
ODOZ. MEAT CUTTERS AND
SAUSAGE STUFFERS. ' Also a largo stonrtmeot
of lint-her KtliYelt, Steols.•Clonvoro,Stoollardo, ac:,
Jiiriff•OAtiot - rod for "sale et "very low prices at tt •
clomp Ilantwaro store of •
Nov. lb. .
PAPER. -,- 7 -7Tlie — ko — litTt — H . tilly TWA.
rom m ,y, hoe . n ow.ni, liond and am prepared to
manor/idol.. In ardor 01l tnrlety:!ot floe WRITING soul
"L 1,141 hit tintler: — Atltlrein ' ' - . ,
• ' SAII%. .
spvieep-ezis. Mount Holly Sprtoe, "