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• '..CARLISLE, PA
Ilre(inestai, March 9, 1859
tt We have ,devoled nearly all. of our
iirst, page, to 'an zlistrAct of the report of
11fessrs. Sherman and Ritchie of the Com
aupointed by Congress to investigate
the alleged' frauds in the Navy Depart
to,whieh ive:inVile the eiliWirattention of •‘
.'our Fenders. an iteriortant document'
and .should-be-carefully-fi editivaffor-fti t
The' thirty•filth Congress closed its session
• , on Friday the 9th .instant, nt I 2
Avust nmolint oflmblie
airless wbs' not reached nt. all, owings„to• an
- tinimrdonttble wtatc,of while other'
measures of prinie importance, were crowded
Into the last hours of the session,, and her
tied through the House, giving a practie4l
• histration the beauties o f: hasty • legisln: .
HMO The:Post, office
so essential to the proper • administration of
'he MI: appropriated '$20,000,000; over 3,-
000,000 of which was to meet the delieielMy_ .
aloe:year, aritt Unless' the President should
callan extra 80891011 to provide means, many
go on trust.
Mr. Slidell's Thirty MillionS, for the ac
quisition of Cuba.; ibe bill • gratiting pen•
sign s to the soldiers of•the 'war of• 1812, and
the Pacific Railroad bill were thrown aside:
The.miscellrincous approjwiation bill, re-
duces the e§tiOlates, about six: millions, but
. extends the Treasury note law for two years.
• the el:dins of Teunsylvania' are again disre ;
garded to gratify tho frec•trude policy of the .
. democratic party. : • -
linneisnunn, Monday, Feb. 28, 1889
. In the SENATE 11 bill was' passed relative to
_sales Or rcalestate by °Hera Orphans' Courts.
were alsc.p:usedlo incorpo6te:the Fort.
.Kennedy_ltailroad...to. retinae -the u mho. of
• directors of the American Mutual Insurance
Co4ani. of Philadelphia, and
,a number of
In the HOENE a' resolution, was adopted re
quiring the Committee on Banks to inquire
wbetGer the Camden N. J. Banks, which have
agencies in Philadelphia, pay tax . on their
A motion was made and carried, to re-con
alder the vote on the joint resolution for ad
jourtiment et' the 'Legisloture on the 15uh.:-
An amendment was etTerediixinl: uc ood, of
March; . and
.you, ud• scussum le 0 ,n.
. Tuesday, the Senate the bill
. relative to the Batik's of this Commonwealth,
- and td_ prevent—frauds by Mink: ofkeers was
called up in order. Mr Gazzain Moved that.
it be referred id a speCial committee, nhich
motion, after sodiediscOsSian woo withdrawn. •
Several sections — were - --am - emled°, and-the bill_
In the House a bill supplementary to. the,
Licence law was considered in committee of%
the whole. This bill giveaiseretionary putt- .
'.+er to the Court to grant or refime a licence to
sell liquolr:' It come •up before the (louse on
second reading, and 'after a 'lengthy discus
sion, the farther• consideration was postpou•
-Wednesday, Nfar: 2.—ln the Senate, a large
'timber of bills-wel h e reported from the eover-
al cohunit tees. .
The bill to Prevent frauds' by bank officers
woe passed by a vote' of 15 to 10.
Mr Finney called up the bill to increase
the sabiries of the Judges of the Court of
Common Pleas of Philadelphia.
Mr. Dell, of Chester, moved to amend the
bill, by increasing the salaries of the Judges
of the Supreme Court to four thousand dol
lars. The amendment was• agreed to.
The bill passed CoMmittee 'the and
canto up on second rending, and was laid
In the House the appropriation bill was,tti
ken up. The pay of the members led to on,
animated discussion. .
A number of amendments were offered, all ,
of which were negatived, and the rate of pay
was fixed at the same amount as that paid
last yetir The balance of the session was
consumed in the consideration of the bill, and
it was still pending wheettitrHotise adjourn
Thursday, Mar. B.—ln the Senate. Mr.
Myer submitted a resolution, milling on the
State' TreasuK,er to' inform Alm Senate what
amount of relief notes' issuedare yet in °kit
lotion, Sm. Adopted.
The hill to increase the - sacriries of the
Judges of the
,SupreMe 'Court - to $4OOO was
debated, and again defeated, by a vote -of
yeas 12, nays 19. ,)
Mr. Totney moved to increase the salaries
of all law judges who now .receive $2OOO to
Mr. Finney moved an amendment to in
creaee the caiariesof the Supreme Judges to
$3500 Agreed lo s —yeas 8; nays 13
The amendment as amended was debated nt
length,and was still pending when the Senate
adjourned; a nnmber of private bills were pass 7.
ed among • which was, a supplement the
Duncannon, Landisburg and Broad. Top Bea
rded, authorizing its extension. to' the Mary
land or" Virginia line,
In the, House, The following bills were
piissed;—AiA act incorporating. the Vaisenger
Railway Company of Pittsburg as agreed upon
the members .
by a majority of the mecrs••
The resolution to pay David -It. , 11I'Clein
seven dollars per day during the time:lie was
a member, passed. •
21.' large immber.of bills were rend in place,
aud.severeal-reported from the Cenutit tees.
Fridayt;'ltler. C . -4n' the SENATE,, coni 7 ,
mUnidetton was reeeivedfroin r the'do . rernor,
nominatini Charles D..llincline as Superin.:
tendent of Public' printing; The nomination
woe confirmed.:, t.• .
;111r; Randaii, , from. the spcoial,coramit tee on' ,
th e uojec i :reperted. the till providing' tor . a
general.bittiking law, witli,putuoroutr (Intend,
meats. • ::•• .:; U •
The7billla , 7lfiereascrtlitriletaiiiiiiToT 'Mir!
... Judges cam p - order. The • - salttries.of ail
law.Juilges,t e,',he *2500 was titletite:ll---yeaii
15; nays 13. then passed' finnliy,:!..
-In the [reuse' The appropriation bill was
taken tip. The twenty-ninth . section, giving
St 000;to.the , Howard Aiseclation, • being. un •.
der consideration, the motion, WAN, :et rick
out Section 80, providing for aproprintini
the sure'cit s2soo'to therittliburrinfliiiittry„ .
aniPa like sum to-the , l'lrlerey , '!Htittiiital,.'•ivetr,
..,(dsktitrickeri oat.!•'. - A'now net ionite ipaylthu :
Ivll nesseti• ettendanee on-the , oonlo6to :="
don ease orthe.Third Repreeentalittit'Dfiltrid:-
the'sunt of *BOBO 80; • was . ;tiniltir
when a Motitin te , peetptine
ed 1 is ;
.4 joint resolution; allewing;Geo. , W,:Wood;'''
Isle member; .full sad•l rrille°l°;4'neifetki
..,. • , .
Una , ,
' An act to establish n general Banking Law,
Ls - now-beforo the Legislature, whntrits fate
may'be,•orliow modified before-its'final pas
sage, is, uncerfillitr . What its ultimate effect
may be on busitiesS, we leave to those more
'competent tomage. We do not believe . that
the citizens of Pennsylvania outside of Phila
delphia at least, are in favor of such a law;
and if asked for at al, it is . either - hy those
-mho are always rtady to exchange an old s3is•
te.ii for a new one, or to give increased facili,,
ties for ahaiiiny operations.
1 . . .
-.'fite' Bank; of Peiitisylvania with few if any.
exceptions, 'IIIT now on a safe and reliable
foundation,..e4nducting their gaii•e_wilb.ll. doe_
.re„ti'rd• • the_ wants-of:lb o' ennimati-
IM , jiliq AbgiriMi_s-_ini)iiiiy.—arittill.erciitiv ;few_
i - OZ.allties in the State, 'where — there is stillici
ent legitimate business to sustain a Dank,that
there is. not one. alreittly— established. To
changc the present system, and throw bank:
ing privileges op_etvto compeiiticut
'to ItCod the State,in n shorttitne, Witlo•protn :
ises to pay," to the cntireeicluSiou almost, of
gold and silver coin. The follotving twosome
of the previsions'ofthe new-law as reported:
Section I nakes it Kalid for any number
of citizens, not less than five; to associate fdr
banking purposes, as prescribed in 'ibis net:
Sec._2,. Provides for an Application Of such
persons to The Court of Cotillion Pleas, and
ring intlicatimr - xif - tlre - srtiu_t_azacr_Thrce - aznp'.. ,
Sec. 3. Persons •so associating must' , pre
pare-I heir articles. of-as.spoiat -and present
to court for:exatnination:L. Anil, if in cotopli-
ante with this act,
declare the 'amen cor e
ore() bk recoTiFeir. —
Sec. 4. The term of a hank, thus constitu
ted, to be for twenty yearsl its powers, to
loan money, buy, sell, and.^disedunt bills of
exchange, notes, and all other written eviden
ces of debt, except such as may be prohibited
by ibis act from buying, selling, or 'discount
ing, recene depaskts., buy and sell gold and
silver coin and bullion, collect and pay over
money, and transact all . such business aS shall
appertain to the business of banking-subject
.acquire hold. and convey such real estate as,
maystim tieces•ary, and •no more t• but may
however,acquire title to any real estate pledged
to secure any debt previously contracted or
purchased' on execution, &,c but - shall hold
such estate nu longer than is necessary to se
cure paymmit of debt &c. If a sum sufficient
to secure, payment 'shall be tendered before
sale, the bank shall•release•all right, title,and
interest therehi. -
le court shall in due form
porndion, and•-said de-
See.'s. thes it imperativc upon such
hanks to deposit fn Auditor-Genet:ol_s otlicca.
copy of.its articles of association.
•• Sec, 6. Lays down the requirements to give
details', in their articles of association, 'as to
names of stockholder's, amounts, places• &c.,
any increase i,f capitol or other alterations to
be itubmitted to-the ntoresoiticourt,- after-ac
tion on the port of stockholders. •
•' Sec 7. 'the Ainliton General shall cause .
.to be engr vu 1 und printed in' the beat man
ner to gourd against counterfeiting such quail.'
.ly of circulating notes in •blank of clitterent
"denoMitudions not less titan five dellit
of which are authorized to bi?.. issued by the
banks incorporateA.Uiier this actstiitl•notes
m; countersigned by the AuilitorGeneral or,
Clerk -, numbered and registbred in his office:.
all notes issued by him shall he stamped "se
cured by the deposit of public stock."
"Sec. 8. Provides for the payment of expen
ses attending 'such printing. registering, &c •••
Sec. Refers to the use of a proper %sent
for this branch' of the - Auditor General's du=
ties: --day asignment or conveyance with this
seal upon it sluill be•reCeived evidence,aud'
may be eecorded,.with like effect as a deed. •
See, 10. Banks thus established; Apo& le
gally atedguing, to anti depositing with. the
Auditor General the bonds or evidences of debt
of this Commonwealth, shall be 'emit led-liTre
ceive as equivalent of such circulating no•es,
in of GM denominations such 1151 they
may recjitire, - numbered. regist cued ~coonters
igned, anti stamped. 11,4 is herein provii'ed,
for the bond and sine k• , .. to be taken at their
market value: Provit e Ohm. the sameis not
Sec. 12 'AlakeS provision forlim manage-
Ment of the bank by directors-each director
shall own in his, own tame and right at least
one per cent. on its cirpitadstock up to ioh l .-
000, and one half per cent. on its stock over
that amount, and bike oath that he will•—hon
estly administer the affiiirs of the bank, and
that he is,a bona fide owner, in his own right
of stock as above.
Sec. 14. Refers to election of directors, &c.
• Sec..ls Each share entitles to ono ;mote. 7 .
stockhohlers may vote by proxy, duly written
if dated' wihin thirty (bp, but no officer or
employee in bank shall act as proxy.
Sec, 16 That no bank shall be permitted to
commence or carry on the buSiness of banking
under.thip act, unless its capital smock shall
be at leak one 'hundred thousand dollars; . nor
shall the capital stock of any such bank ever
be increased to exceed one million ; at least
seventy-tire per centum of the capital 'stook
.of each bank shall be paid in gold or silver
coin, or their equivalent; one half of which
twenty-five per centum at least shall be in gold
or silver coin, and shall be in the actual pos
session and mbona Jide the property of the bank,
at the time of its commencement of its bank
ing bitsiness, and nt the place designated tor.
carrying on such business.
PPISONING tN rEIVICY:COUNTI' —A station
agent, in the employ of the Venn'a. Itailrond
Company, at Tiaileysburg Perry county, died
suddenly, under such circumstances lustrous
ed suspicion thai he hattbeen poiSoned by his
"wife. She was arrested, and while in the
custody- of- the constable, she asked permis
sion to go into another room, which being
granted she withdrew, and was.•found after-,
wards a corpse, having swallowed a pin' ion
of the poison she had prepared for her huS--
A New seven.--We have received the first
number of The Rtate Journal, a weekly paper
just -started-in -Philadelphia by
sth & Chestnut. Sts. al $2 per 11111111 M.
• The number before us presents a very neat
appearance, and its ample pages are well
filled with choice litertiry selections, news,
politics &c. We Wish this new candidate for
public raver abundant success.
BED, AND BLUNAII illustrated pa
per with ;lei of which we have received
the first per; is published by A. M.
Brown & CO:, 124 South-third St., Philadel
phia. The illustrations in this number. are
equal, if not suportOr, to those or any'similar
ivo have seen ;;and the matter is
of the same kyle and character as the .N
York Ladyer, .Gpldon . Prize, and other kindred
,'StIrEItINTIiNIIENT OF I'UOILIO PRI9TING.-
Gov..l'nelcer, has appointed Chas. 1). Hint:
line;...ofthe Harrisburg Sate Super.
ilitendont.cif: Pnblie Printing; in thO place of
o:l4nrett, the tr:, Union. — Tile
notniii4jOn 'uttanimouslY•edniirincd t.ty
,Setiato; . The'. Harrislirg--''Tekorapk
" The ' Sentinel is the 'or g ne,of the nett
r linehando the party;' atullthe remo7
. .,i;atof. Mr.. Barrett, ancl-Vpdhitaneht . -or-Mi;
lialeline,•mayAie . regarded ay a thrust at the
.!powers•that -be" at WaShingtoe,'whose offi r
cad ergato have announced the Administra•
tine:of ,Goveratii Pitaker as 'inti•Peihrieraf
tnes,Balsnoe_Of Wild Cl!erry
'eolde, lileedinint.tlio lunge,' titreet, the
"fell deidrnyer than
juitnre !../i,l3ntts' on tbo *rsipper.
piton A connvipTomni.nT.
good . publie servant has become no rare
an article 'Hint it is with imineriSe Pleasure we
refer to anti:who eminently deserves tobegulled
such; are valued all the more for
At n time liketlds. when Con.lierinnil county
Ins the misfortune to hi4e terepresentntive rat.
,Witsliingt on who. so utterly disregiuds every=
thing. timi is for Ite. , 'iliterest,...r thw•intereSt
of the State She ni least Ch ; 11.aillt with SO'
pride to totelt , n teg,islathe
:rePresentitifve There is
more - than ono thinneeesshry - to 'nuke ngocill
representative. Ho - nasty is very good, it, is
• • lencagli tntejliz nrr is_fte ocitn
ti; ow.- boxi rdirg_cl,dbrit_hohesty::'
so: that it may be . advantageously employed.
And even more then intelligence is required,
for talent end good business qualificetions
should-fond the whole.
Jn John McCurdy, 'we have these various
quelitieS met together and the result tnekesa .
very gratifying whole: We dO'not mean. dint
we have,a man who is continually•lumping up
and malting speechCs, such . au one most: fre
quently retardbmore then lie' advnneei; but
we do mean Allliat is assiduously 'and ear•
fleetly engaged nt hiS post at till. tithes. • One
.wito is ..riving, on committees end in his seal
Makes it his business, to do his duty: - Mr:
NlcCurdy's,rccord for the present session is'
one that he may
.justly be .afisiceil. with, and
we hove no doubt Ignt.-Ithrelmstittlents are
eu 'ally so:
against adjournments: lie is alWays rendy to .
serve nny tine from his county or counties,
for we do not. doubt lhat.'Perry has his ntlen.
lion as well as Cumberland. No• bills pass
without his attention, for we believe with a
single exception occasioned by illness in his
family, be has not :Men nheent front his sent
live minutes while the llousC is in session, I
We cangratubllC ulow Vtizens on such 'al
representative, and earnestly hope,. 110 will
snow his name to be presented for re-election.
For tho Herald
WlLLlAmsrowr, Penna ,
Mr. ,Editor Ll his place, the seat of the East .
Bit lt,iinore Conference: is located on the Went
Branch of the Susquehanna. The town giies
many evidences of wealth. In passing through,
the streets, 1 have noticed many . elegemo'i
`valeTeSidelieVii; Wit The/public - buildings are'
by no means attractive. The steels are bad
ly liaved, and at present, Ore.ohnost impassa-
Ade-on acconnrot , mud and' water.
darkness reigns at. might . , gas not' having been
_introduced - --I woula _ suggest n•visit of -I he :
town council to Ca'rlisle, which I regard as a'
model in many respects... •
The Conference Commenced itsselMoi,--ir n .
Wednesday morning litt'' - tishop Scott con
ducled services )v.llll great digni
ty andlervm:. — Rev. Thomas 11. Sargent. wits
.elected Secretary, and Revs. C. Dosh,
It:-1). Chambers, and* Wm. A. Shively were
chosen As;istant Secretaries. The' business
of. the , Conference has been condheted with
more then usual despond]. and it is altogether
probable that,it )11ilt close its &liberal lolls. by
Tuesday•or 14onesday next.
Bishop Scot r;;Will 'probably be assisted by
ffishop Simpson: after-to-day, • De preachers
-generally are looliing-well,ontl'sTent to be de
lighted with I heprivilege - Wineet ing each
e•'in-Ihe flesh once• more. They. ore kindly
and 'hospitably entertained by the citiz . ens.,
without any respect 'to ecclesiastical proclivi
ties.. The different . churches,-With I believe
one exception. have been opened for public
service dUring . .tlie session of Conference --
This' exception in the Episcopal church, the
litectae_of...which 1 suppose has the fear of the
llishop_of his--- - Diocese before his eyes. The
members of this ~church, however, cordially
unite with those of other denominations in
welcoming the ministers of Conference to (heir
" The Methodist Church, in which the Con•
ference holds its sessions is a beautiful speci
men of architectural skill, and reflects groat
credit • upon the denomination of ChristieWS
worshipping in it. Methodism has a' powetfa
hold upon the affections of this community.
Rev. Samuel Kepler, the Pastor of the M. E,
Church here, has closed his term of service in
this charge. and will leave universally regret
ted. lie enjoys a fine reputation as a pulpit
Yesterday, we had a fearful snow-storm, and
to-day it is i'aining; furiously. IVhat we shall
htive next. I know•not; but sincerely hope ihnt
the heavens will he propitious.
—.An application will lie mad& to the Confer
ence to hold its next. nnnutd session in Car
lisle. where I live no doubt it. would meet with.
a cordial reception. . Yours, truly. •
fte" The . following extract of n letter front
It. J. W., Co. D. Ist Dragoons, to Sergt. B•,
nl the . Canlible Barracks, gives full details of
the murder of Sergeants Berry and Kelley, by
the Indians on die 251 b of last January; a
brief account of which, recently appeared in a
St. Louis paper.. The letter is dated • ,
FORT BUCHANAR, ATiZOOR Ter.
February 10, 1859. .1
I returned yesterday front a scout of ten
days after the Chili('llll7 Italians. and on My
return ("found iwo lettere for toe: the first I
liay . o received from Carlisle since my 'lcor
We have had a busy time here on account
of the habitue. On the 24th of last month,
Sergts. Ryan, Berry anti Kelley left for the
States on furlough. They had made one
'day's travel to a place called • Whetstone
Springs, 18 miles Rom Fort Buchanan, where
Next morning, while Sergt. Kelley was
bitching up, n shot front a rhvine, within a
short.distance struck him in th'e mouth. At
the same tune Sergi. Berry. w,ho wits below
bringing ufi his horse,'received setterat shots,
killing him instantly They then made at
Sergt. Ryan. but having his nmsketoon with
him he mounted his horse' and fired fifteen
rounds at the Indians, but without effect.
Ryan then took the road for the'Fort, but they
headed him off, and he took across the IVar
Lupee mountains and reached the: - Fort the
some day,' and gne - the alarm Immediately
40 Dragoons, under Lieut. Lord.' were off in
full charge, and reached the scene of the mur
der in an hoar and twenty mint/tea! 'When we
got there, Derry wandend, Kelley had received
seven shots. but 'Oluld still speak. In the
wagon Iv_e found about forty arrows Ryan's
wife who was very ill, and Kelley's wife with
four children, were in the wagon ; the Inili g ims
came to the wagon; but Mrs. Ryon presented
her husbaras six-Shooter at theta and they
ran.. Kelley -Mid been fifteen years in the
SITVieC, andliad amassed some five or six
thousand dollartWwith'lVlliCh he was taking
his family , to the States in aeoniforiable outfit.
• .We traced the Indians, who were eight in
number. and on foot, across•-the Wnr Lupee
mountains; but, after n'theee days scout,- we
• were obliged to return without the satisfaction
We'panted for. .During our absence from the
Fort, the Indiana canto - there- and took. front
our Co.- corral,- -17 head. of our bust •iiattle.
We tracked them' across • the Chilicaw moans
lanai and While:on this expedition we visited
the ettitnp - of the - Indians anditild a••!,rttilk "
with the Chief, whose mune is Aches,-a very
-finelooking nimp, and:tine-witu i nifflie, woa-t
don good citizen ,pe military rig; awl. go to
Carlisle„ would in a, week, out out some of
•yourt fashiounble zioldiers. and drop them . in
Alm. Shade. , ht' silOrt, • ho is laud. ronimitie.
youpg ludiGs , would•, pronouuce fluck,o(
moo:. •,; fie appenyed willing,to' do right,. bot
eanua:govern hie tribe, pm they are yery,
ruly f j, 4 io get .t m oe, t IMrom
ii6CM Alioin; tor, us if they.lieretn:the'
orteptitailas imikaepd them toflie Fort.
. . .
Cutiinorin , r , --.§puriins *a , o6tOs
on tl!O E 0 3 .1011 (rnl Palk, have lnadO•`•tlit ,
iniptionronne. - LooK•Ont• re
cl.troinoli,:wolf4fitto4 up, and ;
,m 4.y depoivo
Pruett hags to? -, thillEast, Baltimore
The Eaat:'l3nitimoro Conference of. the M.
E. Church, commenced its , sessiomfor 1859,mt
Ailliamspok,' on tiro 211.. Bishop. Levi
•SMat presiding, The Conference was opened
by reading the nig Chaptoit. of the Prophecy of
Isninity andihe lid and:, a portion of .the 4th
,24, dorinthiarm:. tile reading and•
singing of thnt-heatitiful hymn, composed by
Charles Wesley;'on the occasion of the open
lag of Kitigawood School; England, end found
°lunge .1135 of the Methodist. IlYmn 'Book :
• "ExCeitt the lord , roi,duet the ploti,":. 4
The Bialipp.liken offered up a fervent. and
iffipiCSBjl , :e prayer.,
Sargent, Ilke Secretary 'of the
lest session, called iliti:Toll, and shout IGO
[answered to their names..
t Thomas-IS -tiargenti—A,—A,-Iteest-
-gent wroceleeTeril.- - • ' '
The Secretary eleCt thanked the Conference
for the honor conferretton him by Lie almost
t unanimous re-erection. t
11. C. Bosh and. IL Chambers 'were
Steil elected 'A s sistant. Secretarie., and W In,
A' Snively,,Statistical Secr6tary.
; On motion of Bee. J 11. Brown, the rules
of the last Betitifoil wore rend and adeitied,
On motion'of Mr. Keplei, - Mr Bower, of the
Williamsport l i ress:iind Rev W. Harden and
B Ridgway; reporters' of the Baltimore
Sun, and American. were allowed the liberty
of Teporting: and the Assistant Secretary was
,ordered to furnish Omni free access to the
21'llielnittion, on motion of Mr.'Slicer ; was
'..auteitdettiv. r atiAti r idlom-any,-editor-itho. - -wist -
•ed to import ihe'proceedings.
Mr. Slicer moved the appointment of the.
Lregillar,Stantling.COtnntittees, consi-tiog of
me_frotatbach district,-which eieih----
Caamittreommittee of the Alarm of Dieleimon
- -Mho. R." 11. Crever ; W. Ballo.. J. Blown;
DatiarMit ;' Junin' aTIS .
Spottswood; tellfonte, J Corns Northunt
' Leyland.' T. Bowman ; Carlisle, A. 'A...Reese.
Bishop Scott, called 'the Intention - of. the
members of the Conferenee to the rules-for
preacher's conduct during Conference, con
tained in the discipline of the,Nl. Clifirch.
'and hoped , that every brother will observe
111 r. Slicer presented a paper from the:Pre
sident and,Trustees of the BohimOre Female
College and - iin motion, ii nos_reett - ankrefet: , .
'red to flit, Committee on Seminar:es. -
A paper signed 'C. Presi dent of
Dickinson College. was presented and read by
the Secretary and referred to the . Committee
on the alTairs-of , Dickinsige.. '-
A report from Irving Female College at
Mechanicsburg. C r innherland county, was I Coo
read and referred to the committee on Send
mules. • •
At o'clock, A "M., Bishop s tileitit took, the
chnir...lititl".-11 . e0,-.1. —lL—Torrance opened. the
Coliei'i3ii - e - eliFientlihi, the litsiChsprer untie
Acts of the A postlW-rcommencing nt the I 6111
verse t . thiging of the hymn No. 112 7 - a _
• F.,1 In tie ino.t: thy serd:
At oyi: hold not thy hand" '
ontl_proyer.- • -
- Jitpritnl of Yetilf.'ld:gy; read antdapproved.
anual — eport s of the Vii. E, Hoek con,
cern at New York,and the Western !took con
cern were..presented and read.
All the DepoSitories 'at Cincinnati, Chicago
and St. - Laois. are ' . llouritilting, and there is
reason_to believe.thnt the sales of the present
year will foie exceed.lhe pag'yi±nr.. '
It(iport front the Ekecutive Conunittee of the
Tract. Society, New . ..,...ltMsl'?..seitted. read.and
referred to the/Conunittee on the Traci
Dr. Sargent. presented n •papll from the
14altimore Female- College,and- //II motion it
was referred to the Committee. on Semitutries-:-
Hilt preseniol_a_.rapey froni
Valley Institute, Wineliesier, Va., which waS
re rerred to he same' Committee.
'the Repnrt of the Sunday Scllool Union,
signed Daniel Wise - Corresponding Secretary,
was rend ad refeired to: the Conunitteo on
Sunday Schools. •
- The class of the second year; were -called
up for examination, alter - which, they received
an suldriuts front' the - Bishop- -
The certificate transfer of Rev. Dr. J.
M'Ecinlree - Racy 'of Pittsburg, was read, af.
ter which Ito was introduced to the Confer
ence, where he said he was glad to get home
again. Ile did not regret that he had gone to
Pittsburg,'as he bad served kind excellent.
r►fIDAI, MARCH 4th
At 8 o'clock., -A.- M,, the'llishop called on
:Rev. ISenry, Slicer ttl olon s the Conference.—
Mr. S..read the IbJ(i chapter or .St. John's
Gospel, and Announced that lovely- hymn
"There la a fountain 1111e1 clip
Drown from Imennouers veins:"
followed by an earnest. prayer.
Minutes of y eat erduy's proceedings rend and
The chavaclers of ihe following young min
i.ters Were passed and they were elected to
denhall, B. F. Stevens, M., -L.- Drum, Job A.
Price, S. W. Sears, K. Norris, W. II Keith,
G. W. Dunlop, W. 11. Stevens, R. Kelly, Jas.
Hunter, 13. W, Daugh'erty. A. J. Bender.
The remainder .of the BCSSIOII - wns-devoled
principally to the examination of effective el
SATURDAY, MARCH sth
The opening servieeevere conducted by the
Rev. C. B Tippett. The . Connuillee on Colo
nizntion presented their report.
The Bishop called for recommendntion of lo•
cal preachers for ordination, and several were
elected to. Deacon's orders; among m•hom was
David C. John. of Carlisle.
The examination of ettectiveolders was re
Carlisle district called. t .
John A. Gere said he had a year of excel•
sive 1011, and at. some points ,had remarkable
revivals. .One thousand or,Awelvir hundred
souls Were converted.
. The vole allowing! the cbdin cie Dr. Wicks
was reconsidered, and after s'onin diScussion,
the 'notion not to allow, MIIB carried by a two
• A letter watt rend from Thomns Kelso, Esq.;
proposing to donate the interest of $2OOO an
nually to the Preachers' Aid Society, and nt
his death, the principal to go • to the same
STATE. JAINATIO ASAILUAL—Wgare indebted
to Mr. McCurdy, of the (louse of RepreSenta
tives;:for-tt copy - of the Annual Report of the
Stole Lunatic Aesylum, for 1838.
The whole number of patients under treat
ment was 401; of which 311 were discharged
restored, 80 improved. 54.stalionary, .and 14
died Since tit.) establitllment of. the Assy
lum, 1040 patients have beet received. 035 of
whom hilve been disci's:tiled, and 141. have
died, leaving 167 at present in the InStitution
The views contained in tliC Repori in re
gard to the early education of children are so
well timed, that we eantiOt:".forteartuaking the
following,extrac . •
•".fhe gt•eav'tend , iney.'of the. period is to
over-exertion and stimulation in every do.
Pertinent —the haste; to be 'neeounted• learned,
as well as the haste to beil.cit, and thetneral
of the 'fable' of the hare •and ‘the tortoise, .is
there:frequently neglected then. heeded. ..
• As a general thing children' are sent to
School . too young, anti if they manifest any
evidences or stnarthess, they Ore encouraged
and urged; forward to'a degree their powerit
are unable tear ; the number of their studies
is, hiereased,Ond imposedon thenonot'
.only School, , Ait prOparation for eChool;
'that. they nre•not able to take that amount
physical eieroise which •tlic* age'-requites
nntl denuinds. ' • •'• ' '
Under ',tee years 64 'age very little mental
et foi•t,''eltetild be recanted of children, and they
bodily health and strength being more neces
pnry.and desirable jhan 'any learning, which,
at that lige;•they'intly bif.stippoied capable of
cecina:Mg", . '
Put. while mietakos , nre hocasionay cam
iaitYed tri urging etnivaitd Children 'of this' lige . ,
we are,Minvinced,'.an:lndeleitlable, iiiinitait of
lAitiryt'le dime' t o thotte•wholtive piv.eed. the
age of ten, iind'aro-preiMihig 111rif' eirtiait's
tion-lvhich. is desilinedAti tit ltlientforthe more.
active duties - 011ie ',;llre' nee, fully Impeessed
'With the.bolief, hot crifyi:.froat otteewn.mtpo•
rierMO; "liht, t Itet.olterated.teatimSu'iof otlt- .
tlio.youth between the ages of
1014,11111 d twetity,'aremxpected toperfornt
tuec ninclii,,keyond"Wlatt,),in s'"ettrict ;jmaicc,to
'disclriline:cf Mind; antillooltli of li6dy, should
e'vf be•l'illtir.e.4 tff (hem. .1
, The above paragraph, will also apply toads
county; several of our farmers complain
the effect of the past: winter on their clover
fields. If it sliould -be the case generally
throughout thestatc,hay will rank at a high fig
ure thiS summer.
NtiW ENGLAND :RAlOlE:R.—This is one of
the most ably conduced Agricultural Jour
vats in the country.; and its value is much
'increased by the fine eitgravi r ngs.with which
each mimber is ilhistrated. The .Miirch
.number contains a design for a farm house
tlw; rural gothic stYle,whichiin the Mimi.
'or arrangement and outside "ntmeantnce is
lika to sOe it - adtpled. by tion;e:.of .our fur ,
~ . . .
GOOD SKATING' DY A LADY --4:•yilUilihily '
of Newburypertovho, A 0 oonip.ni wit iiiiihilli%f
er lady, a fete dart since, wished: to go ficm
Lowell to - .LaWience, preferred sitates , an - d-the -
Merritaiinoo'the ears and railroad, and wadi
'the passage of tin' mile7,itiforty minntii.' For
some portion -or the way there was a string,
he'ad- win t, or the feat might have Leen aretn.' ,-
pile:Main here time.
talon an orount %Has
illeteOretoglval Register for the Week.
endlaig Blarch 79ii1859
1859. ,Tlierino- tia. , 'lleinorks.
• I.' meter.* I
toe:111y., 30 . 00
IV eibitN. 4 lllly. 25 00 . •-•- . •
ITilltrKlay.... :11 00
. no, Snow S.: flail.
Fritli!*.y.: . 'l5OO '
. 8;0 urilay. :17 k
- 1 .§..1-It•hey ----1141-:111) i -._k u ,
--- -- - -- - ----.--- - -i=_--.,-,: ---.---
M onday. —1
1 . 3 . 8 00 1 111'nio. .•
4 " - I• Si. I
iirgren of bent In lho
eirenigo t f three of ivrvalionsi
TOWNSHIP %N 1) BOROUGH ELECTIONS.
-Our readers are reminded that ;I) Friday,
the 18th of this month, the annual township
ittntherough elections will take place for the
ensuing Year. . In our own berou t ith it is
pecially important flint a council ticket shotild
liab'e men, who . feel.a deep interest(in the
welfare of op; (Own, and ivho have the Prae
tical:good sense 1 . 6 take_a mitidle_tonrse--be.•
(weep too much improvement on thenne band,
and too little on the other. Impiplant_ques . -
tions.will be brought before the council next
year. which 'will require the most prudent
legislation to settle in tnich a" way that the in
terests of _the - borough may not :9ulfer, find
:therefore it is the duty of the citizens to se
lect men for that office in who.e ability they
have full confidence
As far ns we ennlearn, the present council.
have attended to their d uties Pathfullx._nttil
- w - e - Itope`flie
tenti''c and prudent in legislating for illeCOr
GRAND CoNcEnT.,--,--It trill be seen by
the Allvertisemei;t, of Musical
Association tliat.the members - hare made .
.to give a grand concert in Ed
ocathmilall on next Toesthp , eyeadAg, the.
.neit proeeedrof whteh aredobeappropriatO
to the'improvia . nent of the musdonl taste of
the borotigh. : _ Worzle Association is
composed of some of the mos! estimable
the object commends itself to the attention
of every One who is !mired by a "concord of
sweet- sonlids," we hope - their Conceit .may
be liberally patronized. •
GOOD BEEF:—There is nothityg
tends so much to
_give character to the mnr
ketS of any:town, as the duality of beef which
is brought brweekly thy the regular butchers,
and we have seldom seen a better gmilily of
beet-even in the' Philadelphia"
-was eithibit ea in our fiwn., al 'Moody's
last weelr -Theluscions •- looking - sirloin'and
splendid roasts, WOllll.l have made the mouth
of nn epicure -water, and the wajrTirg7enStotn
,ers carried it off, showed that t heywere judges
of good beef 'when they saw it. Jrm knows
how to cater for the
and as he:
has twelve-head more " - utile same sort-left,"
he seems dCtennined, as- for .as he is eon=
cerned, to show that the 'Carlisle Market is
second to none for good beef. If you wish to
be convinced, go to his stall and get lir — ..rrottst
ti'nr,unrtLE TiiwN , PROPERTY FOR
F. A. Kennedy, offers his vnlua•
ble property (or sale or rent.' To a man of
capital, it is one of the most desirable pri•
cite residences in town, being roomy. coup
venient and with a large garden. attached
filled with choice fruit.
Ztral" We tender our acknowledgements to
a few friends in Mechanicsburg for the pres
ent•ola fine turkey.----We : We're no less-sur
prised than pleased at such a manifestation of
good will `tin' their vart,.and . this hearty res
ponse, to a "word spoken in4Vasom.L . -fil:fords
the best evidence that what we said of their.
kindness and liberality, was not overdrawn.
"Hew HE YOU OFF 1 ; On 50.% p r—Th is
cant phrase, has been pruoically realized by
the celebrated Professor GA ItHNEIt, whose
ivit, humor and originality, as shown in . his
oratorical ellbrts to ell Lis soap, has made
him known in this country and
ate of the nriyinals of th.e age. The Iltsf.!s:
sor is now in Ct rlisle, and if the weather is
favorable, he will talk to the citizens before
he leaves; Oen Ise will demonstrAle the
fact, that even a subject 'so uhimomising ns
soap, can be made the foundation, f a speech
sparkling with gems :of wit, poetry.and elo
*(fitence. This is neither a burlesque, nor a
fancy sketch ; the testimonials we flare seen.
of ills hbility in this line, alToiA abundant
evidence of the truth of what we say; and if
he shOuld give. one of his free lectures in
town, we advise every one who wishes to be
instructed or amused, to go i especial!)• if
they want to buy a cake of soap.
TUE WINTER ANIt THE GRASS.—The
fluctuations in the weather during the present
winter have had a disastrous effect upon the
clover crops in many parts 'Of Chesser coun
ty. In some of the fields; the roots of the grass
have been thrown out of the ground by the suc
cessive freezing and thawing. 'Even the clover
in the stubble is much injured. :Ono of our
ftirnier's informs us that he will be obliged to .
plow his clovg- field in the Spring.-- Wee
Cheater Record • • •
The N..E..Vainter ia.publiabed at 73pet . oit
by 'J. Nourse, at.one.dollar tv -year. .
'Dar Rend the iidvertlietnent of De. SAN,
rOitia i.iorr, invigorator.
0 (- - - ...'
7,lbfer iP the diilly
OIJR MUSICAL FRIEND
" Our. 'Musty tt. Fetr.st," le filled with the bent" Piano
_ Solos. Duets, Stok,..Operrtle Arias, Polkas,...llazurldts ,
quadrilles, Waltzes, end eviry'Othit' s r MpeficS of musical
composition for rtii,.and IT the best American
- end hurtipeatt - e.unposent; 'minted :on
paper, adapted to every grade of perform,.
The sante quantity of musk. procured front the rage
' ler publisher:, would ettit nitre than ten times what we
,Cyedritsubscription to Ourrusirid Friend, will
—securemew and- fasitionattlitMusll-WOrtil at least two
.-• hundred ddllers,and uatirely suilleient for tile home
eirdit. .7" • - • '
r , $ 1 ; half Yearly. .!.4.12 •tiunrterlb $1 25 c l mtts.
Sot unto OonomMeml n t t h e 114--D.999911er,-1 1, 69.
• ' C. B. et11:310Ult A. CO., Vrolorleto.:
CI Frankl.rt stret t,
-Aar. 2,1659-1 m
And all who sulTir the tortures width dill:Wise:lse in
flicts in ono form or another of Its many. latexes, cure
yourselves permanently and speedily by"using
' The ' Weekly Novelette" of Se i 11.4 IS, Faye:
(lyep•psiu one of the prevailing diseases of our
.---eattatryl—This le On ing Indh-to etiolate end the almost
univertathabit 4.tenting our insole too rapidli;to nil
ma of iiker digestion.' But in spite of theta adversti
- cireuaistitiK , ea r Utis llifellP4l. even' when it has harem
- C:111.911ir, -rapidly by_ th. os# f thetlityr.etia... I
Lod Bitters', which have been found to prove an WWII,'
hie remedy. .
Flunk the publisher . 01: n widely eh - rut:lied megnxine
lisitrs. S. W. Fowl.. h.ve taken three bottles
of the Oz) „ ducted Hitter:4,mnd have del bred great ken
tilt frringtrieir use. I hat e bran mud. tumbled • Ith
ul adeluda Ad' set Orel Ykdra, and found nothing t hat af
ford ul me any relief until I. med the Hitters. I. most
abeivfol I r recommend them to all • ho ere afflicted with
thix tiotilileaome and stubborn etimplaidt. .
JAME: 110111S6ON, 01 the
'•Student and Schaelniate.7
Frmi GO A. C. budge, our minister to'Spain
.Dr. Geo. B. tireeth—DearSir: The Oxygenated Hitters
with which you were t,t,,61it.1 as to furnbli me. Mao
11.1,1 a most •salutary effect Im tny ease. I was troubled
with Dyspepsia for Purr years, Burt Mr which time I tried
runny remedies. but too, met with any to good as
'your !titters. I (MI now in the enjoyment of pi.'
health, and I hope, and lialleye, that all who use the
intygeonted Hitters; will find them its feral...thief. I
hone found them. WIGS high respect,
• Prettyrt-.1 by SET IT W. FOW & C(1„ Cotton. mad tin
tale by Samuel 1111 at nod S. W. Ilyverptlck.
Int Illy. Meclutulc,hurg; Rutz tY "in, -It . icennutsttnYn:
li.lt. Wild. Neu SlnDenniker x Elliott; Neubunt ;
.1. C. Altlek. Otn.peut.l.urg: null hp ti4out.
and .lealeni lit tne.ll.ltie nll over the count ry.
=it- Positively. the must wonderful thing. fillevereell.
In the nineteenth century I. tr./.11E1411 till
ILESTiIItATITE. It ret.teree perfectly eray heir to an
oriainai relor.wielwe it pow en the i. 1.1 m ill pre
t.erre it perfectly to auk 11.41 hr the yenng
twice a week. illse.werannet eshton the
seelp where this 64,0.41. :re :onl we clef , '
trrln..-11....nre of min - 11de.. ion Path.,
tire already iu he market, i... 111.1 different wane,
Uri• none nide.. the words titioir Hair Its
.t.ira tine. Itepet z‘t. Louis. Mo.. Nee: ttr.•
in the liottle. '&1111 by id. 111rui,fst. 31111 Patent..
.11.311.1.. :Os., by .11 Vitus.) . •timds
de.dert in the. United titates and t.1111:111.1.
DALI.ErS MAtIICAL PAIN IATI: ‘CIOR.—In roll
d 0,,,,,,,, Intl ion more oor It.. loreoloonnoiatra -now
~ allay Jolla. ttt 1:10.11 Nillhos at the raet• of olisrafe—
hence and bonne Hato, COM. Pallet's %laical Pain En
tractor. :Intl notiolota else nil! allay lull, tut on at
only. and make a rertalot core '
' DA ',LEV'S :MN:lett!: PAIN EXTRACTOR will ruse
Om, Ina : a a .great catalo.rau of disca..es:
Ii os ' os, St•alds, Cuts Chart,. Son, Nopoo., Cocos. Dom
ino.. Itrui4es. Strains, Blom PolSOO..likilill3lllP, Piles.
Scrofula. Ulcers, Fever Solon. Felons. Ear-ache. Piles.
Si re Eyes. Gout. Swellings. Rheumatism, Scald Wood.
Salt Rheum. Baldness. Erysipelas. 1. Ingwerot, Barbers'
Itch. Small Pox, Measles. Rash. Ac.. Ar.
To ,:tio., It any appear increolothms that NO many dis
eases should lo icarliont by one article; such no idea
will tallish when reflection points to the fart. that the
salve is a -ombinatioon of lotaredinentoo, each'and every
one applyina a perfect antidote to its °topsoil.° ,disorder.
Palley's Magical Pain Extractor in its elfo.oets is magi-'
cal, twcause the tram is short between disease and a
permanent cure: and it le an extractor, ns it draws nil
disease out of the alerted part, having nature as pertiort
as holier the injury. It is scarcely necessary to say that
no house. work shop, or manufactory should be one na.,-
extent without it..
No Patti Ex tnictor Is genuine unless the box has upon
it a steel plat • engraving, with the name of Henry
_For wile by all the Drugeists and' patent medicine
stealers throughout the United States anti Cantatas.
Principal Depot, ItiS Chambers St., Now York.
1". F. CIIACE.
Sold by It. J. KIEFFER, Carlisle, Pa.
HAIR DYE-llAllt DYE-lIAIR DYE
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair . Dye, .
MR ORIGINAL AND OF.ST IN THE WORLD!
All others n, mere Imßat lone, nod should be arhled
you wish to escape
GRAY, ICED, Olt RUSTY Idlll VIVO Instantly to a
belutiful and natural Drewn or Mack, without. the
least injury : to Ilair or Skin.
FIFTIHiN 81KDALS AND DIPIAMAI3 base been
awarded to Wm. A. Ontchwor since 1060. and over 80,
Ilon applications have been made to the Hair of his
irons of bin famous Dye. . . - - •
' WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIM DYE, produce 3 color
not to be distinguished front nature, and is warranted
not to Injure in the least, however long it may be con.
tinned. and the ill effects of had Dye. remedied; the
Hair invigorated for Life by this Splendid Uye.
Made, sold or applied (n 0 private rooms) et the Wig
Factory, = Woad way, New York.
In all cities and towns of the United Snit's.. by
Druggists and Panel Oomis-Dealers.
um; The Uenuine hen the name and addrena..upon n
steel plate engraving on four shire of mieh ilor. of • .
• • 1V11.1.1A11 A. BATCH/ A. 011,, •
T. 13 thuadway, New York.
Air. Sold by Dritgebsts in Carlisle. .
WIGS—WhiS—WICIS —ilatriseloen Wigs and Toap
.They aruelegnnt, light, easy. and Jura
ble,:Sitting to a charm—no.turnlng up behlini—no
shrinking off the head; indeed, this In the only Estate
liniment where-thane things ~e properly • underaintel
And made. 233 BroaLlusy, New York. ner17,68-ly
IMPORTANT' TO, FEMALES
PlibieS.epre ----- pa --- red by CoriTelltin
CbrOirMail, 31. D., New York City. Thocombloofli,
•of Ingredlente in, these am the result of a long and
- .emtunalve practice.. They are mild In thole operation.
and certain In correcting nil Irregularitlea, Painful
klenstruntiono, roasting all sibetrUctlono.whether from
- cold or otherwise, headoehr.wain in the aide. palpitation
of the heart, whites, nll nerrono affections. hysterks,
Dtlgue, pain In the lark and limbs, de., disturbed sleep;
which' art-c frontlnterraptlonn of nature..
_ TO 4,1 Itllllllo, LAW h 8; •Dri Cheeseinnit'f 'aro
fuvallialile. an they,tl It' beloved tho - Ini.hihly - iteriod
with rwroilatliy• ladies Wile home boon dtsappointeditt
r the aro of ether. Pillo wen plarolhe ntmo,R coM h loncu in
CheidiSninn'if PHIS diilng-till thitt, they represent be
- •Waiennted purely Vegetable, and live from anything .
Injorloun. • Explielt dlreetiona,..whleh.ilioird be road,
nrsompany each box:.Price id. Sent •by mail on, eii•
elnittig &I tit all) , ‘itutlindaed agent. :Fold byt:ilie Drug.
lw every town in the United Staten • ;
RAI: GenerarAgent for the tElnl.ed
• -- - -- Bt.'iteicTlibt — Ctilitabem'St4 . ;New York, - to - whom' 'all *
„wholesale orderi ohOtild' be addreneed. , '
HANK & !FINNEY, 'Wholesale and'llotall'Agelil-'
Ilrrr6hu!ltr Pay I}. J. KIL'YYF:It, Ceillahi,
g z . 5:
cr P r
• "wt. ~=
z-Ell.ll f- 17
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E IT: k, 11 F. ;If . : .- i' :..,, l ei' i : t . : 7 0 . .1 ; - E , ..; 74 -:, gi
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CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET
Reported si•reklp - for the iternhi by
Woolltrned & Bahmltlt. ••• -
dn. yam,y do.
lIYE ' do.
IVIIITE Woekr per bowliel
lUD do do. •
(10,111 • • do.
SPII NO DA RI.EY
W INTER BARLEY
, , • , •
lost. liy Fry, Mr. CII Alt I.
BATE... Perry cos, to Iliss MARY SMEloll,.rif thls
liy ihn Re,. A, II:
York ~ to Miss NANCY
lilt Fall ltl 1.1.. o(hautir 111,1i1letio1,lp.,
gicatr j s.
On trii.:lll hist nt Monnt Ihdly,Springn, Itt:DECCA
DA t , 6111:1(TY, :lulu! CI years. •
On the I.th inst.: nt "Trrhig. lerunte Cunene.'
GREER. hifar t daughter of Hee. A. (I. nod Santa A.
31m - hitt, Odell 7 .1101101,
*We lay thee dbwn.to.re,t, thou infrint Mr: .
flied In thin brightll6,4 of (by starry eye,
And the soft lustre of thy golden heir.
Thy little loiFidN. like wee en ilowere, lie
I . Ilp on thy quiet, breast.
thy still ',rani) ! No dark loc of trio.
I Shadow: thy pare. uhtie bretr..Jor !a thfiliewre.
I.• Pale borrow had not laid hor bliditiog hand:
And ?lOW, fiweut Inlet. t111.9 . rt lent In that blest M9l
Where vorwne cannot outer." .
It'urzle Musical. Association."
pri MU 'IC U. A. Ft I4'l oN,"
log of n clanrtt‘ of nearly ow, ult'ximto
der the dlrretiort or I.n.r. John 11. ti boom, will give their
qrr Tuenlay errniny, .Iforrh 1 nth, 1859
Mont lhoy will in trmluee n variety t f nlirrrether now
etrumst e, Quartet hi Yrlon, Ac. The member" i>f thn
snneiotloo hope Ustir all will lm Ilhert Ily ref.p/ndeti
to. by Om nitiu•ur. and aid them io improving thu
mtmie rat war low". mild morn inTerially the mimic or
ourrhorch elo tie..
TICKETS OF AIOP ,rats,
To, 14 hu t of our ot iLr coutottltt, or at rho door,
ii it at llP,oielork. Cooneort toroattorttoott
W. II lIAIINNFS:t, •('minitttrr.
10IIN 51 . A1111.,
:Ifar. U. It
FOR SAI.:•; OR ItHNT.
oli-sitoti4 of removing ler Intniky horn Cars
lisle, I oller tioi holm, t runt *air Sr I rill.
, It it.tott• 1.1 thy
co• ii qrc borutth• loratto.',
iit. 'MIA vp nitlostll 110,1.11
ttot.t4+ ott.l In thontottlt
v. ) tit.. puma,
tol , VOr I. I . lli+ ni.ply to V A. HEN:SF:DV.
FOR SALE ORRENT
The twn,lory BHA Wuxi on LIM-
I :then street, liens the (lemon Refrm
v. 7 141 ehurrh.And now °envied hy Mr.
f11 , Tr ry ,,. , : Chas. Clark, is offered l.r sale or rent,
w rota the Ist or April next.
Apply to • IN°. IL TAIIKER
Mar. P. IKitt—tr
1) MIPS P t ll'ENT ANI3LALTRAP.
Tho lola been appoloted agent fir
C tttt t t borland emmtv for, the sale of Ruth'. Patent Ant.
'nod Tran, for ratrlling
311 N ICS, FOX WOLVES, BEAUS, ice.
Call and see Ilion at thu cheap I:: l 74lAr r e s stani N, ,
'East 51illn at Pa.
The sub wriher le to the reeelpt weekly, oral' the
choice varietiem of pt Maws'. el therfor fanlike use. or_rpr.
seed. whirl, he offei a to the public at rea‘onaole peke,
lio'haareonstantly on hood, black. blue end white
mercers, pink.eyes and other •arieties,' wortanted of
-good quality. Poe tom by
Zug'“ new btilldlng, opposite Lltti tnackrt house.
MAI. 9,1859-2 m
CI -LEAP SADI)LE AND LIAIINESS
ESTAiILISIDIEST. '. .. .
lIORSR COLLARS, HORSE COLLARS.
Wholesale and Retail. -
The aubacriber respectinlly announces to his friends
~..........,...„,,.... t u t 7 : tl i c
t the uri 4u . h . l , i . e 4 t: , t e a e t ps h , e .. i . s . t i t . O n w t r
o t n t.
`• :._„c,.... ,IV hand, a full assortment of Saddles •
\ , . Harness Mid prep red
ge - • '.-
t il 1 1 '!, al. sehielt he Isared to t aell nL o r n .
'i VIA : r'esrmilTiej'Eteefir'n't, ai l' r l c eas u tiall and
1114 vhere: • - 1 b "g .
lie In also prepared to mantaMeturo
' all sleds of Hogs, for the use. of En
o gino m and lloseCompanies. warrant.
T erfeet Cr no tale' - and equal,
n l o n t olltfu
uPer l fi r
i'r : t° paTtnsora; he hones to merit a etattin
.ll3.ll:l3 by atlict attention to orde a and file prices •
t'll I 1.1 l! Ulll,ltlt,
Main Straet meeltaniesbuq;•:
Mar. ft, 11;391-319
Xortic Third Street, (threi dobra obOve
E OW HARDWARE RTAN D,ESTARIABH ED 24 yrn
Every ilcscription of buliding. mechanical, forming
oftered•at the anneal alarkrt prices, to rash and. prompt
slit months buyers.••Nnils at , Jaanutarturera prlren for
cosh. . .
-.Orders Man now customers will recei ve strict and ac.
emote nttentlon. and all ends went' trout thin houso
will he an ream/waled..
• (*wintry 'thercintnts, on their next ylpli to our chi to
wake their spr.Widinrchasep Oro cordially Incite to
call and tetatoirio *he stork nod taicas before
Ott 141.---,Lettdra of '4ld itittiiritili)iQn,
Ndo onnened on plo Atnti'"
of ThOnmfi Trlnoble, Intopf)tho homugh of 4. 1 :911140 . ,;(re. ,
'ectoird;lhate.hoito In•ood ofetontierbthir,.
uly. Ipttio otki , rrltivr •vo.t.. in: In -We.: ..panoehoro!:
oulred to o oko on- • • . .
admit t,,prigiino •
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