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71 ;4 rtit r °141 ) . 0 itt d
lirehuisday, March 21, IS6O
Oultject to Otu tteelsiou of the Nattemal Coneentten.l
PEOPLE'S NOMIN A TION
ANDREW Gt, CURTIN,
To Iho Patrons of the Carlisle tferald •
ging. the fleet Any of April, the Bare Id
Otrie . e; vvtlt be removed to •
AVISE IMCM 11,9
jFIR 'r FL41011:1 , '
directly lo rent. of site Coort 11 taxe. Af
ter that drat c, - or rhopti havlo'k. osto an
'Wilk the riitabllsittneot, 11 . 1 . 11 Bud' the
Rill tor lit the front - °Mei; formerly on..
tooled by John P. Rhoads Exo:
CONGRNSSIONAL REfopl.- —The Itoltitnnru
Americhii snyi: The abolition of. the 'frail I; in. 4
privilege, the 4.duclion of mileage, and the
disseverance of the falblic iirinting and the
Post (Mice from politilm, arc the great - re •
forms which have liven . ttggestell tit the pro
sent session congress, and. if the popular
Will he properly ro4pected, they will all be
come laws. The proposition to give the mai'
contract to partioe who will provide for the
delivery of mail oil for , will
niont of Federn‘l Post inasl 'l ,, l.jht 1,, r , r•
the careful attention of 11,•pre,mfaiire,
at lirtishingten, and ile n lni , i i 1.0%,i,tre
one;great-eurse from dl"• (:1),Ii
2: r. ! II
correspondents nu to • ktri , to 1^ the t.,
tiquitaus slave ;rade Amtri.hinir ethmt?lvely,
notwithstanding the v t , et.oree or a large fors.•
of United States and bticish a•`,lqh •
11 is 'said that now emE,ag , :.,i, on the
Afrfean coat, in lid; traffic, limy 1,0 ntn, ber
ed by ihe do7.etf, and that the larger part or
them are owned by Americans, and have yet;
ular Cuslcim House clearances. The captains
of these vessels claim to be engaged in the
palm oil business. .Light:draught steamers.
it is believed, woulil assist the Government,
effort to break u the traffic.
LO, POOR INDIAN I
The Indians of Ci!Hernia:are rapidly pro: -
sing asfay--slainhy diFoase, the rifle, and the
fire wAteroT tlie.:imle fares. Of'. tit, 110 IMO
Indians who inhobired California tWelve:l.va
ago, not ten thousand, perhaps not five -then
sand-remain to tell the story,of their wronp.
Ten yonia henry, .probahly not a
will be in existence. During the yehr 1059
there were three. Indian wars in the •;
ono in the valley of the Mnjave, ono in the
valley of Pitt firer. end ono in the valley of
Eel riser. Tliee thieee, says ❑.Nan
paper, "cost the red men not. less than seven
.thousand,- lives, exclusive of those . 'slain in
- casual encounters in other rants of the State."
The origin of these wars iv but a ropetiiijn of
tlVe .61d-stery,'i . l 7 iitten in Wien hlu.al ach era
the entire continent. the.white then enetettelt
i,tod upon the preserves of the Indian, driving
off the gabc hicL gave him' Hiebsist once, nal
in return the latter sto'o .the cluck anii other
properly of the former. leetalint ion follelyeq,
then ext erminat ion, Rod what the rifle Fparefl,
intoxicating liquor decimates, and soon the
land that once swarmed with rod men, ...will
lidow thtm no more forever." A member of
tho Legislature has introduced n bill provid
ing that those Indians who arc captured from
thou 16 time, may be domehticitied'hy heiti
...indentured to faraue're'and others who mas , bu
disposed to take them. This eleasu•e is pio•
'posed as an amelioration to the conditiOn of
DON'T Lnui • Enston'Arylis snys
"•That the proceedings of the ,Rendi'ng Con-
vention are not altogether agreeable tu thc.
' " iflaC/Republieens." This may be so, nur
de they seen: to be particularly agreeable to
some of the Demberats. Robert TyleV,,Et,j,,
of,Philadelphia, Chairman of the Democratic
StateCom.uittee, thus speaks, of the proceed
' inks of that Convention:
4 . In severhl of the resolidions adopted by
-the Convention I fully concur; but .1 repudia7 c
. and refuse to accept the resolutions as a trial,.
and deny that they constitute a ,SOUJiii
• creak Platform, or that they reflect:Mc opiniob
of a majority of the Democratic Party of less •
aylvania. Su for as they hare. rclurenre t..
the Territorial question, 1 dissent from them ;
because of their incompleteness and junta:
•eieney, and their failure le indicate distinct
principle. The only platform un this subject
'any sound Demberat can
_recognise, is It.
presented by James Buchanan, the wise, fear
less, and incorruptible tent csman, in. his Sil•
liman'letter:and various (Alicia! declarations
Touching this question, end by the wise, feats
Ass; and. incorruptible *Ridges of the Supreme
Court- when interpreting the Constitution of
the United States, in' their enlightened judg
ment., in the Dred Scott case. This is the
doctrine to ,whieh, in 'my humble position, I
will always inflexibly adhere. This is the
doctrine which I beljen :1 large majority cf
the . delegation ehoserHo represent this State
in the National Conventleit, beetled by such
,sterling. Democrats as linker, Bigler, Dayson, -
and Planter, will maintain with the mustun
faltering determination. It is the doctrine uf
common sense and the Constitution; end it is
the:doctrine which Will be embodied unqup,
tionably, in the
,Charleht on platform, and to
which Mr. Montgomery, (who appears to his
thoroughly'imhtzed with patriotic aentintent,)'
and the seven or eight gentlemen in the dele
gation, said to be friends of Judge‘Douglas,
that event, doubtless yield their tip
' proval and support, as the voice of the Na
THE CIIAILLESi'ON CONVENTION.— The Wash
ington correspondents of the New York papers
state, that the pressure has become so great
upiin',the National Committee, for n chang:3
fiom'charleston to some othcr.place, for bold.
ing'pie Democratic Convention, (hat the Com-
mitten has determined to hold a meeting; with
view to. considering,. the subject. . Every
~section of, the country complaining of the
. extortione. Fifty. dollars per day:'
k will be, charged for the deo of parlors.. and . .
evnrything,ulso in proportion. The Na
tional Committee agreed to pay s2Bo'a day
for the use of « public hall. It' backed up by
Committee ovill,,plionge the place ofneming '
frinn'quirloston.ta Baltimore.—Belt.l Arne.
ma EXECUTIONS AT Cu i tutsarqwm,
Chaele,itown. ' Affirch 1(3.4 T!0:1 town
threinged'entli tisitoratollay, anxious to.
—,, k meselhe exeeniion 'of - Stevens and
' Illi,tontaited Of: the low wits put,,iiitp tdfapi
. mien.' ' ' ' •
Both the miridatnited' appeared res,igpcol.o
their 'fate, and' exhibited tatiekpianiess i !mg •
Steveno dieitverY bard: bui„tl.4l4cptspired,
• without'aStiniggle. ,
attentionsticini'llio'nnuislt'y, anti theri.tvare,,
no religious dereePonie's on ihe,gallPwa or din-
They worn loth
• rititalistm`tihd' :
relieoft of their r
own, whion'eimbled, hem- ie. moot their fate
firmaroO „ d.atid ,
Their 'bodies 'haeve been forwarded to the
' pare of Morelia Spriflv . cioiitbi Aoiboy, lti. J. • •
The last V iiliniteer eillstaitui . tut editorial
arrieje the, iinttueral. coudition of the
whir are at all couVe,raant tvith the lua'lta,rm - '
merit of oily borough flitirs,'-Willlsee at . on
11.. at It dy.tissue..of faltldhood and th , isreppLi
,eufution„ Vet up col the eve of the electiou'l
for*Olitieal effect bdt there are other's who
ara.uot Übla tosee . the • "wheel ,
wheel" ?and %rho will ren'clily 'suprosedhat
charges so boldly made, must have trUth for
With !he charges uttered agaiust.the Gas
t Water, d'ompany, we have nothing . (6 do,
they sire abundantly able to defend (heat- .
selves ; hut we, du take exception to nay
tittetopt on the part of 'the. editor of the
IVitufeer, of , otherS, to cr7 s ate.an impression
that the Repiblican members o' the Coeueil,
„hard mismanaged the borough affair..i,* or
.flees culpable ur negligent in the discharged
of their duties. The robinteer save:'
""Seven years ago Carlisle was out oklebt,
ur very 'wady so: Since that time the afFa:rs
.ur the borough litre been rnanaged by ore
political opponentss—tWo years under the
Know• Not !ling rule, and the last live under
Republican rule. lit h e stands our tpwn
now--w bat• is her indebtedness A inewer,.
some FoRTY.vivE THousAND_Dol,
! - .1,A115! : Our taxes too, of eourse, are
enormous, and will soon be - •oppresire to an
intolerable degree. This state of'things has
been brought about by the"mismanage went
of our borough authorities."
Nuw if this slate of affairs has .been
brought about' by "mismanage:neat; as the
6litur ofthe l'olunfrer
... 'would have us be.
Hove, the filet is patent to every citizen
the borough that the democratic members of
the ditfere4t.coMucifs' are entitled , to a full
share of the responsibility'. The records of
.aacils will show that wheit the borough
!-&ubsi,rilied for $25,000 of—stock-in-tlie-Gas
and Water"f2u. J. Ellis Bonham then
the acknowledged democratic leader, was the
President, of the town council; the editor of
the ruluntter seas himself, one of the peti
tioners in favor of it, and every demoCratie
member of the'council voted for it. In all
.the questions which have come before the
eMineils, whether. in 'regard
dilution of ges ninl water„ or other improve•.
mums connected will the'prosperity of the
• tk!ivn, political feeling has hews entirely
absorbed iii,. an earliest desitc to promote
the ptiblic good,
de:l,t, but suppose it is $43,000, filch, the
editor -the l'olulitcer, to
„make th'e swu
look even burger, has put in -staring
capitals, the citizens of the town have re
ceived morn than value fur the investment,
- indbeir,yrilliard gas, a bountiful supply of
pure slater, and 'their increased sithdy from
the ravages of fire. There have been crises
sit bin lie last yeni, when, but fur' the sup
ply of'. wider - , more. property, would have
been destroyed by lire, that twice the - amount'
of the'boroug.h infestMent; would the citizens
of Carlisle, fur. the sake of wiping out ihe
borough. to go 'oleic to what
our town wee ten years ago? The 111:1:44•9
will answer_no,. It thousand limes no ;' the,
very few,duay whimper yes. For, thore are
insn' in every coin sonic of them
"taxpayers . ," too, for' might ne know, %ch. - ,
aViogo, utterly s'elfish that they never pull
a string unlesi they see a dollar dangling at
the other end of it-, and so wilfully bluid
that they .cannot see the - ativalitag6reflublic
improvement; they vex the public ear nil'
ceasingly, with coMplaints of high taxes,
without the candour to acknowledge, that
the, cause or that taxation has increascd,the
value of their property to anatmonnt far in
advanceof.the tax., If the Republican party
of-Carlisle must bear the responsibility of the
benefits which the citizens had derived from
borough deln,give them also the credit fur the
it. 'the intisiduction of center itnd gas alone
has increased the value of real estate in this
borough, more than dotible, the entire cost
of the undertaking.
THH " CURTIN." RISING
On Saturday evening laq,. nu 111111INISC
11 . 1,0ing was held at Concert Ilall, Phla.M
ullin, to ratify the nomination of ANDRKW
U. CURTlli'for Governor. Tilo%.l:oVali a gen
cral 'outpouring of the people, and large del
options were present front every Ward in the
city. fly the-time the Meeting. was called I.
order, the crowd was so great that rostrums
were erected in the street, and moetings or
pnized by those who could not obtain adtnii
lance to die Hall.
The meeting was organized by calling C.
B Tine. to the Chair, and after it number of
Vice Pre‘idents had been appointed, the lion
David Taggart. was called to the Et:indi and
delivered a speech, tvliich wal heartily ap
plauded. Be mat . : tello wed by the Hon. Jas.
-11. Campbell, of Schuylkill county. From a
full report in the Philadelphia Xorili . Ameri
can, wy extract the concluding sentence of Mr.
Campbell's bpeech, which told with tin illing
effect on the audience. Mr:Campbell said :
" You.nil know. or have heard of the great
Bruce of Scotland.. Previous to his death he
made a vow, that lie would notk,i a pilgrimage
to the Holy Land, and after his death his
kiwi. was Placed in a silver en-e, and put in
thepossession of.the Douglas, whointdsoVr , J.
that he w041 ,- take the heart to thy Holy
Land. On his way he had a tilt with the
N100r. , ,0f. Spain; wearing the heart of Bruce
in hid hoSour,-hd - iseslMd to the conflict. The
Moors were about to overpower the force lit'
Douglas, when reaching, into his bosom. he
tilok the heart, and throwing it before him,
cried—lead on, brave heart, as thou wort.
ever wont to do!' Here to-night, on the shores
of the Delaware, in the beginning of this g reat
conflict, the greatest, perhaps, that the coon
try may ever witness, when we are striking
for liberty, I throw before you 'the heart of
Henry Clay, - of Kentrfoky, and exclaim, "lead
on, great heart, as thou wort, ever wont to do!"
Mr. Curtin, the' nominee,
~Was next called
out, and made a lucid, manly speech, acknow
ledging the compliment of snearmi endorse
ment of the people of Philadelphia. In c:on,
elusion, he said:
Before the. election comes, fellow-citizens,
•you will hear me often, loud .tind long. I will
be here, and around na ,, , from the mountains
of Pennsylvania will come a chosen band of
men , and we will conleot Iho ground inch by
inch, with the enemy in this city of Philadel
.phia—W.e_wilLnnlitaALLUthight Meeting ill_
Independence. Squaw, bum in each of the 24
'Wards of the city, and will be there.- [Ap
plause.] , We arc for the war, and as the bat
tle wakes warmer and warmer. we light,
liardermnd harder—[greet. applause] —nod if
I fall, Gen Foster will acknowledge, that lie
had the,warmest and hardest light Inc ever had
in his, life. , [Cheers.] -.
. The Hen. Wrote Coravin, cf Ohio, was then
introduced and made one' of. his characteris
tic'speeclad, electrifying'. the- audience. with
Mime 'uf his Impliick, hits. Speeehedwere also
made by 'Judge Itelley and- William B. Mann: -
Esq.' During 'On meeting' in the Ilnlf, the
1 ../ -3 ;“ 11 441!9 4 a - ,.:Col:.,Whito, and others. , The.
whole. alTair,7wns afbrilliant opening 'of-The
crirripaigni.and ls'but tlioh'e'~inning'of:mm aeries
'' I, B • I
o e tong 13? L t Wall
make rho Ponagerfaas trearlVle timit shoes,
i •It has lotig'been the boast' of the Demo
l'eratie Party, that their principles are int-
Vtanitabk:' Ilinv far they are entitled to this
cm liii, logy be gathered from a slight view
! at the ir course oll'Ae prerjeti ti
Peutibylvaniu. They asSiOne to . be :tariff •
'Mein and.ut the recent State Convention at
Rending, they passed the -
"Resolved, That the convictions of the
Dentocratip party or reausyttaida remain
unshaken iii the wisdom and justice of
adequate. protection. of iron. cold, wool, and
- of the great staples of
,the country based
upon the necessities 0r a reastinalile revenue
systthn of the general government :
proving of the views of l'residetit 11ublianan
upon the subject or ipeciiie &dies; wo,'earn•
estiy &hire our Representatives'in congress
to procure 6 . 11,11 'midi:tendon of the existing
!awe as the unwise legislation of the fie•
puhtitain party in 1857 .renders - absolately
necessary to the prosperity fil • areal
dultriat interests' Of the Male ai ,
Now this language comes squa're up Jo
the Mark, and ifth-inight be tempted tu be
lieve dim they had found the truth it last,
mid were disposed to render tardy justice
the industrial interests of 'Pennsylvania.
But,, how is it that /heir '"convictions
111/1111 unshalcen in the wisdom and justice of
titkquate protection," wlien these "cwivie•
(ions" heretofore, have been clifirel:r
protection and in Invor.of free-trade? ;
There is still :t other part of this resolm
tool which reqiiires same sexaMiliation. It
says ''we eimitertly•thisire our lLepresenta
fives in Cmigresi to procure :sneli
lien el . lhr cxiiting laws :is the unwise legis
lation, of the Republican parity in 1857, yon
der", :.I, z oiliteiviw:4,6:ittry : ' 111(1,T:trill act:
of 1857, which this resuletion rulers to, was
voted I.lr by every 41emocrat ht 'the U.' S.
Setinte,mitl every tlemoerntie member of (201 r
grl.S.3 front PentisylvSrde, except °Te, and
was approved by President 'Pierce, on the
3,3 of Match 183 7. So much fur the •`u it
wise legislation of the Itepublieati party. of
It-3.57:' And yet a' Stitte convention of
delegates, claiming to be lione,t,..cpright,
iuit;li rue [nee, have the effrontery to
palm Leon the people, a f.ilse stmement
such as this, whi7:ll any neap can disprove,
Iry consulting the Congressional records.
This is sot all T. stultify
still mow iii the very lat.e of the xesolution
quoted above, they passed another,atlirming
the Citiciiin ili Platform of 16.56 I Now let
us' see how Mr -the Cincinnati Plittfutin
approves Ili.) idea of ' adequate protection 10
- the great stitplt, ot'fliir'tllutottry." Although
ea 'efilliv worded the geheral teuhr of the,
reMlltitio its on this subject, by the Cinalilieti
- C.invettlinti, are against protection. The
-lilt suh.livisi ti Of the :ld resolution, con.
tains the following:
"That justice Mid 'sound policy JiMbicl, the
Ilderar Government to fi,sfre cite braltell Of
eheri.sh the interests of - one pm•lioir to tip, in
.iiieg qt . aarther port ionqt:oili . common coon
"'That it is the ditty of every branCh of
the Governifictit, to enforce 111111 11r1letlee 1111'
1110111 bind ccouMny iii conducting Our pub:
tic lifiairs, and that no more revenue ought
to he raised then is required to
o riefeay the
mcessary expenses of the government; and
for the gradual but certain:extinction of the
If there is tiny diMht.as In the exact, mean
big, of these inissages . .it is fully removed
first subdivision ot the hest general resolution,
which is in them words :
".liesolrett, That there tiro questions con•
touted with the torekgr . r.policy of this coon.
.try 1)111141 alit infermr to 110 11011111Stie 1111119.
11101 - whatever. The time lion collie fit.
pe o pl e ' the,,?raited States to erlare themselves
avorqi . free Pit()GIZESSIVE
TR.‘DEI .TfIROLIGII9UT THE
WOltd,D, and by solemn ineuile•tations, to
place their moral. influence at the side of
their successful example,"
Now lerrty_ unpredjudieed..men take up
the Tariff Itesolutinit of the Readito Con
ventiumand read it in cenneetlnti with the
anti tariff resolutions of the Cisicintulti Con
vention, and then try to reconcile these
'opposite sp.tems, as 'Mime:lb:4 'by a party
•who ''never thunge their principles'"
That prOtion of the Colt resolution in.re•
gent to ectiVenly. in c r undiiMilig our public
all drs,, "the gradual but certain extinction
of the public debt" ha., 1,.•1.4 lwautifid•
J,/ carried out. Bat, prolession is une thing
end practise another.
TUE NEW HOMESTEAD I.AW
Aii ad hag reeePtly been passed by 'Con
greys, grantipg.a 11.epesleaft to :local settlers
The Ist section is as rollow,,:
it enacted by the Senate and House or
llt•presentatives of. the United Si:ttes,of Ante
riea in Congress assontled, 'rinal any person
who in the head 'el a family. or 11.111) ban ar
rived nt the age of twenty-one years, and in II
citizen of the Mated l shall hove
tiled his intention to be'eitne - ndelt. 119 required
by natnialiiation laws Unitind States,
shall, from and after the passage.of this act,'
be entitled Id enter, free of cost. one liiindred
and sixty acres of unappropriated public
lands, upon which said person may have tiled
0 pre•etnpt ion claim. which may. nt the time
applic!ftiOt is 10340, be subjeet to pie
eqption :it one dollar and trett:y-tie cents.
or less, per acre; or eighty acres or such tut
11!,,,r,r..priatrd at two dollars and fifty
eeitts per acre; to be located in a body, in
conformity to tho.legal subdivisions of the
public lands, and :Lifter the sante Shall have
'rite `2•l sution requires 'OW to be
made that .neb„person in the 110411 Or IL family,
and thatthe entry in their exclusive use
And Itenefit,•and no patent to Inane until live
years atter the dale of such entry ,
lrlte•-1 11 E.:colon provides that all lands no
tinder the provisions of thin net shall'
in no event become liable to the satisfaction
of any di•ht or debts contracted prior to the
issuing or the patent ilterefdr
fit It section declares, that in case of an
alialtdonntent of the claim, for six molt hs bei
fore the expiratioll of 'the tine yearn', after no.
ties given to the-setter, the- land b hall .tvo
le the Government.
.The Milli section prohibits any , individual
from mating more 'ha)) hne r ,entry, and pro
vide-) that nothing contained in Ihis.net 'shall
be so construed as to impair orinter.fere . itt
any inanner whatever with existing pre-etnp.
thou right:4: And provided, further, That all :
persons who may have tiled their application:l
for a pre- einption fight prior to the passage
of this net shall be entitled to all the privilagea
of this act.
Tho work of ISO°.
The a. Y. Tribune, in a recent ntitice oil
the wooc:for Iso, and theineans'hy whic,ht
a political triumph is' to be acbieredi lays
doii•n the following rules, which we earnestly.
commend to the attention of our . readers :"
I. Kindly feeling and a conciliatory policy
towards those who have hitherto been sepit. ,
rated from us rather by diversities of organi•
Calimy• or 61 personal ptelerentie,' by them
radical antagonism of ideas and purposes.
2. ,Early and universal` organization by
Sltitt•s. counties, townships, and 'oil lagei, or
rivetion-d is! riets r under-the- : lead .of-inen-of
worth arid of work. • ..,•
3. Prompt persistent efforts brecieft ttngam
ization. to impel kindred organizations In
every neighbor i ng eintittyyr torznship t .but
especiatly• in those tvidere Waditire liftbOKto
The systetintfie'and: intiveritil circula
tion :it'd diffusion of Republican neyrspapers
and documents. . , ,
's:..Seasopable:amt effective precautions
against fratels op the ballot-box t _nspeciatly
iii 4istrrebi Where oar. atlyersaries huve . ,, an,
overwheliblnr , pre'p"Opilertitic'e'.
. iaa-Aecording .tp, pitichil stalentept the
John' 13 r'Owit iiiid . .itits. etretidy cost the (;fate,
of Vii•ginie. the ^ ' •rtwohundred:rittil sixty,
thoustind doll in Legisint tiro Mitts
voted to preset riiffitrson 9:ittrils with
new unifortnsf stirvices' at.linilier's
Ferry. , •
71.11131 VEICILY 1.2,A41)
Of (ho twenty-one men, wlip look part in flit . 'SsNArn.-- - A large numb'eCof petitions, &e.,*
attnelvon flarper's•Ferry, tell were killed in •werirpresenied, and among ths.:m several for
a law to secure to farmers certain.rights in
' th °-,-' net •L,O C" -Inwe f' bten 11 "g..: ill Virgi " i4 the imtrltet.lmues ill the oily of Philittlelphi„;
1 ..21110.0m of y, four, F. J. Merriam, Bat k'oY, anti se'veritl rentoiistritnees against laying mil
betPiiic.oi'ven'lliown and J. C. Anderson, are .. t ra y tusks 'on Seventh „,,,..,,01, near the bay
f) . . • market, in the eity - iir -Philadelphia net
: An tel
i .. g o i _ a ll : . e '
rce . 4 ', d -' ~,,'- ''.
4 . l,otioni,
thli.our. Lutoluu , i,:cortioratlog the Bustpudnitinti•anti Philatlel
. et:Virginia 1 recently sent an officer, with a
.'' 1 1 ' u 11 u i3 .t i u t4 : 1 14 1 . , 7 6 .,` 1 1, 1 3 ' 1 )1 , 1 i,, P' , ' . :,'Y ,0 • 1 „ ° ", e ' 1 b . ;1 .. n id ,,
, i , , i ;' ,h ' i ,..: i. i,n w d:: , r ., - ,
retktilsitiorf;on . ,- the (11) . 1/artier of lowa,' for !lie reported advernoth,- Thit,l2ltllll.lllice hill - I`l6.
arrest of Copp, who 1711 S supposed. to be in 4 dicing to rho city I'd' Flthwicilihin and ow
r• Ath-ii,ov was olotoioloo.ziv re mrt -
that State,. The deomoil was refused on the ! e'llt,itY i' .
.. , .
,- . e I limo the Judiciary Committee without any
oily passed tillt
part of the Governor of lowa, and Governor : „,„,„„knont. , The bill hoe 'a11 . ..
Letcher sent. a ti'peeial message to the Legista• lIIIIISL' by a very th , citied vote, :Lod 1,1 designed
tui , o‘oi . vir o lija,, l it i veito hhi g . (its comity'' nul l . to protect the community' ngairi t t the framtu•
. s le i l l it io it i p o e n t l 'atio , n ( s . of r. irresponsible trisinsance in
pairiet.isin-of 'oOver!mrlciidtwoot,l, of lowa, in
'1 ljournett. . , •
not surroldering Coppie - to Virginia. ,The ~
~.1 1n, u . s c.--AmO. n g the bills reported from the
Governor of 'lowa, in it message to the 1 5 ..eais
.I . lllllllll'g (min:twice were the following:--A
hithiel gives his reasons - for refit:Ping' . !Aire: supplement to the net consolidating the etty
mend .of Virginit, as follows. . of Philadelphia, (Filing Councils power It,
' i refused the 'order of arrest in this ca s e ('or , cheopo like 'tints of holding elections,) with
i a menthoents ; it supplement
. 10 . „! . hp,..,,itert rep!
t . he.following reasons:
• , ::1 :ling:banks, as committed,'(*ticom`p banlt4
-lot. Tho af fi davit , Pre B ented was net "",°' to cork counterfeit bills when preented. at
before ', a ktogistrate," but before p notar; their centiterOmn net to prohibit !lieu-uniting
public. , -' . a lovomotives in certain parts dl' (he
.'...d. Even hail the law reaognised an nilido . k i t, w ar d, adversely , on net requiring the
vit made before.a notary pithlic; the nflidavi, so,queliantut thinal Comp toy' to, coinp!y. - vitli
tin •this is not authenticated by the hulary ' the 'conditions of their charter, with amend
seal:" --• '
..) •- meats l'lte resolution front the Senor , : fixing
:id- 'File affidavit- 'does not show, un less it the,thirdilT April for the final adjourntitenV
'be inferentially, that Copptc was ill 1110 Sfolr or the Legislature, was taken 'tip, and after
"I . Villli"i'i "the ii"ie Ifs “nided. andabett in g mach ili , Civedon was agreed 10-:3C/18 ' (ii', 4ollll Brown tititiothers," ns stated therein. , 'lays 30' The bill to enable the First Baptist
'Mt:. It-did'not . "le-g"IlY charge" will ' e "'''i Citurch of Philatlelphialo sell certain real es
mission st..+treason, felony, or other crime. ..,, 1,111, passed 'finally. Adjourned. • ..
!Mel' 111) . 1 argil:lien( on these points, tht ; - . . .
Goveriter sums uP in these words : • l •
Ma. BorrOa:-1 I::eini yott the copy ot a cit
.,. r i ots bill, which was rendered to a gentleman
- The whole ca c is this: A paper was pre
titled to tae,- purport Mg "_lO ba an eflidavit 1 ,„ „,,,., .of our cities.
The figures are corre . et,
made tinder it hike or Coogye , s, but , nut load , bat appear wroog in the addition: neverilie
before an olliter roecigniscd -by 111 . ,11 law: or ' I le , the „ i „„„„ ta „,,e right. can any of
lithe law A 1830 applies to this class - lot' case , , ~,,,,,1i.„,„ unravel ii?
lacking, to its authenticity, an essential renal i .„.
site precribed by that law r w
. 'Thie paper ; ICOPY or via Bitl:i
made the basis cr 0, (.kotarld (him I should iir 1 . , - ' Philadelphia, Feb. :23 18
h'a , . ,
rest and. surrender for trial
. for crime in a , My....J. R. Mililnor. .•
distant Stale a eiliz n of Geis State, while it ' Bel. of J. C. Fleshing.
•containeti only the statement of a person ' Two tin lbones, ' $lO 00
wholly Unknown to mu tlittt lie bolieve.l.the One wtiotl do ' 6on
citizen was guilty, of a ct,:ime, which 'crime, if One wooden do , 500
committed at all, niipht, for aught appearing
iii the paper, have
,been ,committed in ling
other Slule7ls well as Virginia. I refused
the demand triode upon me ; MO now, after a
more full and careful consideration of the -.,..
oilier than I then gave It, I fun. content Willi -rN
VJOtiIIT itn QJ
the - deci,i" then made." . __...._.
After paying his respects to Gov. Leacher,
as to the tone of his Special Nlt,t,age, Gov. _
liirkwtiod conelulles as fo 6- llows :• . •
.... . .
"fhe people Of lolva need lotdefence at my .isco.
hailds, They - lode the Uifion, and they ore ,
determined it shall lie preserved. Their teal-) ''
ty to it is'not determined by the fact whether l a.
' , or tel they control . its policy and enjoy its .t
honors 1111(1 elllollllllllllg, /11111 !lilllollol I hey ' la ,;:
may believe at times that that' policy is con- ; I V .
. tvol:ed fur improjler purpores,and !host - Outliers • ! R l_
tun' 'OlllOlllllOll3 11111 lied ill 11111c01'111 . 1111;111 , 1.1,-.
rlir.l7 - 11111 11111R - tir - imiriltiti I it cirtittge . t•fralie . . "I''‘ :
made in a legitimate and constitutional way, • 0 , ,,
and when 'that time shall have come, they will • „ mil
sco_tu it that the union shall still he presarv- "`
Friday, the 21th in,r. A. IL Oshornb,i
Honour. strCej. st ill 11110 sell - personal.
property,.consiating of household and kitchen
, I'l2llll'o.mo to say in conclusion, that in my
juidgrilent, Otte.of he most important dui le. of
the ollicial,position I is - ,to sec in ir 111.-0 010 Pf.nsf)N AL PEoPERTY.Ott
no eiti...;ri of owais carried neyond her bot.
tiers and subjected to the ignominy S.ll tirday next, 1). II ; Culberisou, at his roil.:
minutia toil the• peril" of trial for crime in l d..tnee,"West of the College, in the property of
atiother Stoic °diet wise than by due process • h, MeClint (wk. will sell a huge otook
al l'it l r, That duty I shall portortn, , When- ‘,
a ., I
d Litchen furniture See ail
.ever the Governor of Virginia or any other :
813 r e -shall •tratt,toit -to MO papers pi °pet
exectitcd,.and contliping proper root. tle I IA: E LECTION.
mau~iiug't is 511. relater or ono or our peoplo,
rottfoi the returns of the
I Alton promptly issue a warrant for his ren I I
dition, and not till' then." n,-held loot 'Friday. The re
. - stilt i 8 not exactly whet we *idled, or had
' ES SION AL. rtastm 10 expect, Init we submit to the Will of :
- ; WASIIINOTON, March 14. the mßjoriiy, mad rest R , Liiß ' nej
SENATIC( . - Petitions - were presented for the ! I t IV EST YARD.
possage.'of it 110IlleSIOilli Law, and for a Pro I
eel ive Torii) Low. 'flie bill for the pro! et;t iop liorgess.
of fetnoloentigiant pi'Sseugers yens pissed. t John Noble, , 20'2 Jovepli 11. lilair,.l4l
ilouse.—gr. Uhl:mats ; from the Committee ; .4,s,sistant 13iiryees,
Oil thu.indicinry,reporteti ~ q ..veritl bilkonmug i J. 13. Alexander, 831' No opposition.
which was ft resolution instructing ilto Cams-.'
mitteo.ln 'the .I,itgliciary to inquire into and t .
report whidlegisl dion is nocetsory t. 1 Jason; Cy: Eby, .233 Peter Gulshall, 122
give protection to the citizen" from ono State
going td another to engage in private:nod low
tul Intsindss t and that they report. by bill or
otherwisti. ' , Also, to relmri by bill or other
wise, whether any, mud if so, what further le
eislatioh` in necessary, 'to . secure* a prompt
inithful. and ancient execution or the ortieli
elf lbe Coast ilutiotk in referene.., to the rendi
11011 or fugitives ft: to
.justice. llu mulioa, tle
into Comitiiitee of lliu Whoru cc
the consular anti diplomatic bill.
Tito ftsDAY, March' 15
Only, len%SenoturS were .present, and Ow
proceedings were without general inkrest.
llonsi. —Mr. lklillson, or intro
dueed a joint resolution defining the eoti,true•
I ion of the net, making appropriations fort lie
satisfaction of the Virginia land Ivarrants,
approved Atigyso 1832. Referred.
Mr. Barri,: of `,ld., introduced a hill for
continuing and completing t.,ya itoprovemem
Of din navigntiontof the l'atam4Co River, and
rendering tlic potA.. i of Baltimore necesiible to
war :neat.° vs. .Iletcrreti•to Oro committee on
On motional' Air. Maynard,' of Tenn., a re
:31,14100n was adopted tendering titan to the
Cergyinen of the Distriet. Colombia, who.
previously to tho_election or a Chaplain, at
tetulud .and .opene.l Iho daily tiez3ions with
Um Iluusr. passed a consular an L4ijdoron
tie appropriation• bill. ,
FRIDIv, March Ili
SKNATS.-TllO Choir presented n tnes,age
from tile Preddent.cortiTtitticating 111111 i iillllA I
ductintefilsin reference to the alleged hos:ili
ties ons-ilte• Rio Gronde. It 'wttb till on the
tattle ttndprtfered to be printed. Also, acorn.
moniention front the Secretory of tie 'iron
etry, transmitting statistics relative to trail,
with the British
_North American Provinces.
Boise•-9'hc'srssiun wittet-t-n-li-an tip in a dim
eussion on the pultlic printing
Ihnittsiarno, March 19
StiNATn.- r The hill to repeal tl a law requir.
ing the insifeetion of dolite k ltic distilled spit its
was reported c itli negittiva'recumutendatlot.
:The resolution providing for a final inljourn
ment of he'Legielaturo on the 27th-inst., - ati•
inserting the thl of April, passed. The llou,
has not yet , fv,liti oil . A me,
sago woo received from We Governor, return
log, with hip object hilts; the„bill to innorporat.
Ilse Amerimin St'eanOlanitfaeturing Company.
The bill wdli immediately passed over the vet.
by it cute 0t .. 20 .
11ousE -:1 resolution won athipted
the committee in the ease of the conteste.,
election itC.l4te Fourteenth Representativ.
Diet Oct of Philadelphia tiny dollars apiece
meet their nece3sary expemies iu
during the investigation. The Free 1311M:int:
THURSDAY, Mardi Iri.
SENATE --M.r. Penney, from the Judiciary
Committee,' repotted, no COMlllitted, the johlt
resolutions on the subject :if the Tariff.' 'Th:'
!louse hill, for the hydro'' , 'security of laborers'
wagei, ninFbill'relative to chattel Mortgitges,
were repothed With negative recommenda
liens. The l 'izlielit incorpotate the ° General
Assembly of thd . ifillrect Presbyterian Church,
was - reported tie committed. A supple:nem, to
the Generadllunufa'eturing L:iw was passed„
- lthr. - Ilell l iijiiiiit - teiel'airOii pruponiitg to anietitl
the Constitt,itio'n by ie'storing to the governor
the power et ifppointing the Judges of he :in
promo CouiWpessed CoOMMtee'Oi_the Whole
The bill• to' ince - Opt:ate 'iltii'NiflliW County,
Bank wioritegt4tlie(l-4 . Ati 13, ,rive 17, The
bill to revi s e iliti P'enhl cette, - wa'S' again taken.
up, 'anti debated AM•ihethe'lOOrOin,, ,, oeioo,• , '
A message was received (tern' the Govertior,
vetoing the bill. to, thiikililitU Aottut Joy Sa
vings, triklMit44l tdMic ociAii(i. , .., ••
Ilooso,: The forther . , .§oppletuout .10 the
ehiirter Of I ) , . l tentoent4Rtttleelta.•CelePtle.Y.
pitifiticl:po Yy t ! 1 1'49 . 1.14R to ValalUish. , n,,peou.
ral: P.',litlill'.""-b:Y.Stee, tPAiPed. Olillly - 2 3..0ui 51,.
to„coneor .banking.pr ivi
leOff,o ll iii:Ai 4 4:t uf rpiB,,,,,ings in.ititipn
vdtt9 l . l 4,iVoAo . OFP9rilWls: l l3lan laken'lT
oi l .ts"titial pioagpi uo4v,ithotundingthetdev,
•ert ., 'kohjeetionf,,und
pogot iv.od --yeao 55 •
tiys,23'—in4,4,Olglitils.. , 4 motion to recoil - 1
eider 614 vote Iritit telt4.,peeateg, wltich.• the
11 01 40 - ,t01 5 j0!ti1 . 1ed,",, : ',.,-, , ,, i :., •. - '' 4 •
iteceived jThy ni en
A. .l P. 3!. IP. 31.
- .- ...-
:'.l 33 11•1 -
:10 ' 45 137
:13 ,43 35
:t2 rJ2 3%; •
J. Worthington, 186 William A. Miles, 114
'l'. 11. 'rlionip . Bon, 209 Win 148
William llontz, 2.22 C 1 N. SubtleLiman, 110
Thomas Conlyn, 224 .1) Sterrett,
1/r. S. U. 171 'John Ow/P.1) 01 i 207
luol i r,
218 J. I . :l9onlieitner, 130
11 I). Ilamp(tin,
J. POL`tlethiVll Le, 2:12 John \loll,
In, i cclor,
John Thompson, 220 XVIII. McPherson, 122
&lud Director, .
232: No oppcmitiou
30.1. Brat., 200
Sobi , Noble,
12 Peter Guhhnll, 2110
.1 sou W. Eby,
Tlrm•yliarkliess, (k 9 John Gulshall, ^_3l
.11mA) Leihy, . 113 A. 701
'Geo IV. Itiandt, 112 11. S. Ilitter, 21 1 7
S:inittere. Iltusti,', 112 J. Chu,.lyettr, 187
rl I J. Masonbeimer2ll
.Tud g c, '
ill Joseph Neely, 216
in Teri w,
99 J. Underwood, Cli
A. T. Deemer,
School Director, '
INo opposition, ' Henry Saxton, B'_'3
Justice of the l'eace,
152 A. DehufT, 17G
; Joshua Fagan,
121 Andrrn• Martiu; 197-
..liNsivEitsAßY.,—The. Young Men's
Christian Assneiation.nf this place, will eel.
..4iitte their firs 1 nnnivciiaty on to• morrow
(Thursday) evening, in the,,Pirst Presbyterian
church. The exercises will consi'M of 'Mares.'
819 on appropriate topics, by scram' gentle-
men, and the report of the President concern
ing the state and doings of theAsseciation,
together With suitable Music by the Choir.—
Everything will be done to make the evening's
entertainment as pletsant as possible.
Thermvill be no, charge l'or admission, laid
! young. men aro especially invited to be pro•
awn. no exorcises will -commence at
ELECTION or A PASTOR.—We learil
from tho lla•risburg rdeyraph, that at n con
gregational. meeting •of the First hni4ran
church of thM . place, held last week ftn 4 the
election of a Pastor; it was unanimously
agreed to give Roe. I. EVANS, of 4,'4owville, n
odi for that position, at a salary-of $l,OOO.
Mr.-Evans is very popular wherever ho is
known ; is a man of energy and ability, ithd
if he can be secured for this new undertdicing,
will Mo doubt,prove a faithful and'suceessful
' nin,• Stage Manager of Miss Bell Carr's Dra
natic Troupe, is to take a benefit this evening.
lie otTers,alieh bill for the oceasion—. Rob
IRoy," The .Servant's• Stratagem," an'origi
-1 nal "Fireman's Address," together with sing.
and 'dancing. This, tegetber mrith • hiyi
nuirit.sa, an actor, and his efforts to amuse'
.our citizens during his visit, should seeurC'
film en' ovvitioning house. .
regret that' the inelentenCy of the wea
idonda'y'eveniug,„pVevented• to large
An,attendance.nt Miss 5 . 01 Caere' benefit. ns
: otherwise would have been.' . '
THINGS q'III.:ATAICAL. — For the ,pact
week, our, citizens hove had nil opportunity
0. wit a series or Ti N oi . ricale,lateyfoin.
Ments by n'drantatie Troupe, mule' the man•
agemovit. of Miss (Paitrr, and wt: but
- sPeak sontimetua Of those who hove at-'
.temlpl, them, when we. say, that in point of
tniP l l, ii iS lawn. COMpany that
, i Ita . ever vi4fted 'Carlirle. Their selection of
• is'-eery JudielOtts t thy pleceir are well,
put on the Flnge,nrul the characters, in
.0101 1 y
.a•us, better gustained (hap wo have seen
bent on, the hoards of a regular Theatre. Tha
i. l o,wing, in a }peat measure, to the (net dnd
.of 131.1.1. Cattu, Manage Tess, and
C.v..). T. F.lirN, S;age• pit-et:tar. The pro.
mineral members or the .Company . , are Mr.
.1 Fannin, Mr. T. S. Holland, Mr. I.
Clirr, Garrf, - Miss F. La Lois,
;Miss Fh - Winthrop, Annie Fannin and AlisA
Abide, nil of whom 111 . n no ex.rellent in their
1: way, that we cannot particularize the perfor
mances of one, Nvithon; doing injwitiee .lo
eflie'rs. They have math) a very favorable
impression, and 'we hope the Pat lOnage they
have received, in 'commensurate With llteir
IVe lelrn that it is their injention to visit
[_Chinilierslntrg,raifjii, -- they cloY;ti i here, and no
;commend them to the citizens of that place.
3usTiers or Tim PEAcm.-Citizenior
this euttnty, who were elected to the office or
Justice of the t3eacc, at 'the'rect;nt townehip
ulcetions, are, reminded that to law was linseed
tliu last I,,,gislatore, which provide: , that
'every person elected to the-oftive of ! log ice of
the Pune or . Ahlerman, :dial!. within third) ,
days lifter the election, if he intend.; to adeep I
said Office. give notice thereof in writing to -
'llll3 Prothonotary of the Court of Cornthon,
Pleas of the proper county, Who shall kettle.:
diately inform O; SeuretTry of the Column -
wealth of said acceptance; and on commission
slintl issue until thu Secretary of the eqT
nicewi'ealttt has VeCCI veil the net Lee !iloresaid.
Goon AnvicE.—As the season fur gar
den malting anti transplanting is pair at hand.
we lake occasion to impress upon the mind s
of our readers, whether they own a patch of
ground for.y feet square or a' dozen of acres,
the importance of providing themselves with
t rtes, shrubs, &c., for Planting,. The value of
a few fruit'. trees its it yard, and the beauty
which they add, ix a eoll?liderat len wh ich
, SllOlllll 110 t tut overlooked. Pettit tree. , and
berries, n.sitecinily, aide frost the pleasure
derived in their cultivation and adornment
which they throw around thYhouse„ate often
the I.ource of much profit. Strawberries, rakp ,
)" largely, :nrl if not retptirt 1 for the consinop-
Aion of the household, alW s itys;litni arently
znarVet at high price:l.• A grape vine, propterly .
trained, 'Will occupy it a fete feet of ground,
and yet produce it fair qui - 11101y of-fruit. So,
too, of blackberries, an excellent berry,-easily
cultivated, and eery - prolific,and litany other
fruits, I hat we might., name, the plants or which
are easily procured, and which require lint
.i t~ ~t.f ,,. _
c, < ««a~
f LIP , 1800
Da113 , --1- nnin.
II Ili I
ii-17'.11ev. A. 14:. Pastor ,of the
Emory Nlotto lint .Eilis , ..op•tt li, whose
course at . leeinres oil 11i , lical Characters, kV 118
interrupted by his airemismte'nt the Cooler
, enee.-)vill re-tine them on , next
ternoon. o'cloolt.. The subject• of the
neat tint Co *ill he ••
D, m ()era °3
We haw given the result in the different
townships, as far as received Merely as a
l item of mainly news,- and nolfr'on anrbEmtc
• inglt any have 011 political questions ; a s s - the
. spring election in the townships, which are
L always niece or less affected by local manes,
I would be a very unsafe criterion in judging
of tho probable result, in • October. In the
• neiv township of Middlesex Abrin. Lumberton
was elected" Judge; by a majority of 'One over
Geo. Clark, the vote being 68 'fa tilt.
• Upper Allen, Kew,Cumberlrind.
Juno tm. But:0E88,
Christian Ii i'lcier, , Jolm C. Kirk,
S. W. Grit , inger,
J. C. Suck.
G'o. GI 089, •
Ahrm. Lambe) ton.
East Penn , boro
Patrick . Nynn,
E. 0. Dare.
Fran h ford ,
' .1 I , nag. .
W in. B B!oser, •
Tx r' .u 7 OM. ,
Levi Woi st,
J. r: McClure,
A. 8- I h'ork.
Geo. thw .
IL C. Painter,
Jas. C. Green
J turn P.
.I. It. Niesley,
Chas Chiii., ildb,
I N$ I' CCTOIIB,
John J4l CObS, •
J. .C. Eberly
At n meeting of the Irvington Liter
nry Society, March 17th 1860, lilo foWowing
preamble end resolutions were adopted:'
WHEREAS, in the dispensation of Divine
Providence, our beloved friend, Miss IlnobA,
ii. 11 . IIDSON, tills been removed from this world
and whereas, we cheriSh , a high regard forthe
numerous virtues which adorned tier charac
, Resolved, That, while we mourn the loss of
but de r anged friend, we yield sulnissiveV to
the will of Him whose •ways are founded iu
itiemtved, That by.this dispensation of Di
vine Providence, our Society has been deprived
of one of its brightest ornaments. • '
Resolved, That, - we sincerely sympathize
with the friends and relatives of the deceased
and trust that the consolationsof divine grace
way abound towards them.
Resolved, That Itt her meek and ututhdrn..,
sive life, and calm and - peaceful death, 14
find much to excite our .emulation, in thirjt
tainnient of the great object of life:
nesoiv t d, 3 . lieL n copy of these resolutl
he forW 2 trded to the family of the tleceaed,
Rosa/vat, That the foregoing , Preainble and
Resolutions bopublislied in the.. Peninsular
News, Nlilford Del. Curlj'alo Llerald. and °up , -
berland 'ralloy Journal, Tlechauioaburg. , •
,JUNNII4 L. ANDRItSCS,.
. , GEOHOIE• A ' , Auxlus,:: Committee.
• „ANNIE BELL NUCOLLEY. ~ . •
sertloge Loottits Bond, Esq. btleti
appointiti by to tilt the yap.ney
(mused by the" iettittyl of Judge. Stomp,
from. ttiii Cthiiiunl CoOrt of the city of,Bolti•
• INsni - J, - srons.
IV. I) R ' underlic•h,
111 , 11cr.
' INsntio GUM
Z. D. Ucisumnu,
J. U. II übley.
Chas. 1%1. White,
lItVING FEMALE COLLEGE,
March 171.11.186 U.
i ~C allforula Inlcillgenee.
I—' The latest ariTiiml from . Painona gri ims
San Franciseti.tialters to the 20th of
• F s
ry.- A corresirnident of one of thUse papers,
-i who' litizt visited the 11)i:dill.; localities,, mites
ias; roikw, : • • •
• Ti. Ileitifblienns in Convention la . Tart's..
ville lintlCultlitiltio. hove linssed resolutions
i deckling that. NV it.t.lnta fl tir.irnitn is their
jfirst ithoiee'runitng all tl e worthy anti (full.
1 'tont Repilitheand of th...; nation as It condi
-1 dale for the. "nomination' id the National
lteniiblieait ConYetition". for flip ollit.:e of
President or the United States. The-•.Saii,
[ Fratteist.to Bulletin, renTrlring on fliese resu•
intiOas, states I nit nineteen ont,of twenty of
the •Itentibliesits• of 'California 'aro - fur Mr.'
Sc. , tyartl; . ' - ' ' . •
'NeWs from Ori , gs}n_is to the 10th instant,
andTrom . Washington Territory and 13ritish'
OnJumbla . to the I nth. Dr.. Randall, of the
army, lug arrived at Wallit•‘Vitlla with con ,
siderattlegold front the Similkaween mines.
One hundred And twenty patdied mules left
the Danes on the Sintilkawcen,'and
parties were . leaving for the same placa
,every , r I n y: • The Vashingtoil b ' enislature
has (1111)0'101A delegates to 3 joil ‘ ltOoliven•
(ion of. \Vashington Territory and Oregon,
to be held at Vancouver in. gay,' for the
eonsideration of the necessitrof con'structing'
northern Pacific railroad. -
The firfunces of,California ere in tohnira•
; the debt Of the• State is about,
$4.250,000, including $1113.000,
Itilly'acltunwled'ed.and will be paid, though
not embraced in any regular fend., The
surplus in the' troasory now over 8000.000,
. it averages half a million. The State
reveilui! is Considerably ill excess of the ex•
porld , ithre, awl it is proposed lo reduce the•
:"..tale tax Treat sixty to 'forty cents un the
$1(10 Irl yalitytiun. '1111!. I „ 1111 Mill/111a 'of
taxab)e prpperty is-$131,000.000, and the
appraisomet6 of. the cottilly as,iessors are
doiddless it. rates Veil' far below the' actual
prices - of • property. there
and oc"cessity for ascertaining the higite,t
exchangeable vable •ot. the real p , 2rsonal
property of the Stati..s subject to taxatiiiii,
it would doubtless be found toexce . ed $200,.
1111dUnii:;111 , 1. Is DOW prep re
lo furnish. lo any. quantltirs, 1100 to 1000 firer,
more, good .11nd grnWilig landS. in 1:1111tItlipti
u 1 adjan•nt rood ties, lo 12.
15 hoots of iltltignore. and 21 of N..or'Yotti.
.11. Lad and• the climate
*cry Lr tithy. and so mild that sleep c u t ter rodinarily
w !Mere.' 0 ith eery little reeding, :mil m Imre a cow eon
lie riiheil as runty ne nelihken hr Nem? England. They
will h e ! mid bhon p, and nujEasy terms. or exOuttignil let
Improved I.r.porly, or g&nd mereliantlise:
Address, with I'. 0. titinp, Joy, CPC n CO, TribUll
II Cl,'llNil Yr.:111:3)1W 1.1 nave often rendered
ITV( by ail ti eabil'arn in
u 4 of 1,1 re I 11 t , fic
sll:ll,lCaliol".thar ooguis e 11,111,1
ale the ‘te et - Imptent. They :taros inak, 'pit - .
lIVI,OUV. bait tblo and and ra ati•e4
re4l L.; bear tho brunt . of their lib
Celebrairil I , t;•innela
Bilteis tvtil prou , .lll ellidelat levi levity far this evil. it
a ill net tall, Moron,: Iwo the iviel'e phrsieal
hot i'lltirely care the iornt olpstiliate ra,s of In.
di, i ill. iil. - 11111:11 Li car 0 , 11114:Wilt.
The first In the eijilliiry :lc,: (heir
ui thy Bitters is Out it iv the ta•le that
I,oi 078113/ .1 hell/1,1;0. Sold by 41 drag
fiats. -S'— •
1 p " DR. 11100FLAND,S
Q ORDLI L,
.The b great standard medieinei of the present
age, have acquired their great popularity only
through years of triad. Unbounded satisfae.
?ion is Tendered by them id all eases; and the
people have pronounced them viorthy. ---•
Myer Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Debility of the •?ini;System,
Diseases of the Kid cys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered
liver or weakness of the stomach and digestibe
organs, a-' speedily, rind permanently cured by
the GERMAN BITTERS.
The 'Balsamic Cordial has 'acquired a
reputatinn suryassing.that of any similar pre
para(ion extant. win Oaf, WITHOUT ZAIL,
the 17108 i severe and long-standing
Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, In,
flaenza, Croup, Pnoumonia,..lncipient
and ha 3 performed the moil astonishing cures
A fem doses will also at once check and
cure the most severe Dlarrlia3a proceeding
fcam COLD IN THE BOWELS.
These medicines are Prepared by Dr. C. M. -
jACKSON & CO., No. -113 Arch Strut, Phila
delphia, Pa., and are 'sold by druggists and
dealers tn medicines everywhere,. at 75 cents
per bottle. The signature of C: bi. JACKSON
will be on the outside wrapper of each bottle.,
In the Almanac published annually by the .
proprietors, called EV - IYEODY'IS 'ALMANAC,.
you . will find tea(irnc•.y and commendatory
notices from all parts of the country. These
.dlnianacs are given away kg all our agents.
IMF: YOU A'DISEASED LIVER?
questlun though startling, Is . sofflelently
suggeitit o when the fief in taken into ennubb.ratlon
that diseases of the lAveriitsvo Lunette mou Monolog.
Iv rnitbutt in the Uoft,llittites. Indeed pone an: 100.
formidable disnetes that aro not in some way tnteer.bla
to is dere tigett stale 01 that. lattiOrtaitt organ. or
the complaints usually clamed render the head 14 POI,
FMIIIIIIOII. hate their orient In the Liver. "Any true.
dy that would insure regularily.und. actual
110' n blessing to 111:1111.1 hiet
Lena the eNclamation timuiainis. Thu 3entetly has
been'found: It is Sato :tll,l sore. IVllell a fair 'trial has
been n'lrot tied it. it ban IlevertLeen ',lean total.
Header, have you any disease of the Lit Cr. or liana'
hiettyoulatlieve- proceeds ftuutlliepat le q 0.1110,110140
Lose not a inthilent,,bUt pureluoutt UON itr. Mutates
prepared by FleinimOtios.,, sod
they will restore you to health. It lithe only remedy
yet discovered, in which Implicit ronfidetree may be
g.Z"Purchasers will he careful leash for Dr. AP LA
VElt PlLl.S.mnuftrt wad I y I,I,E‘T
INO 8 1 1.08 ,or Pittsburgh Pa. There . are other Pills
peril:), ling to be liver Pill, now before the public. Pr
Mel.aoe's gen nine liver Pills, also list celebrated Ver -
rnifuge, eau wow be had at all retTectable dt tuff ' Bull..
et. ammo BOOS.
Fits S Why Prominent
For a long time there wax a.
Paragraph making Its
regular weekly appearance in nor columns, with the
betel, but en.phatie words "Ms! 'Vital" always at the
to come an offinnive caption. hut not so to the
benevolent and humane. nho could sympathize in the
sorrows of oth.rs.—:ioThe mesons are shocked at nay
indication of disease. and are ever thiown Into nervous
excitement on withessiug a hearse or n 0.011. Such
ern to be pilled. We should always strive to look di
sease nod even death in the fare with calmness. and
especially take every oppvrtuulty tor sib Tinting ditto
So. Viewed to this light, the advm tisement% of S. S.
limice. of Ina Baltimore street, Baltimore. Md., poaess
at certain interest; and these who know of any one suf
fering front Epilepsy, 4:161115.er Fils of any klud.should
feel it t pleasure to Mt out bin adVertinelnellt, or in
route other way send word to the afilicted,of the great
value of his remedies. They can be sent to nay part'of
the country by mall. Price; ylperbox. Two $5. Twelve
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES!
Dlt. CIIEESEM AN'S PIUS, prepared by Cornelius
h. Cheeseman. M. D., New York City. The combinetion
of ingredients In three Pills are the result of n long and
e sire, practice. They are mild in their opentlion,
r od retain in correcting all irri,..•ohtt Vpinfu I
0 tr nations, renun'ing all obst millions. whether freer
Its 1 .thsaibe, headache, pain in the eide,Taliata lion
of the heart, whites, all 'mesons •allections, 11) aeries
fat a te,, pain in the back and Ihnbs, kc., disturbed bleep
which arise from interruptions of nature.
TO M ILIUM! LADlliSi Dr. Choesuman's Pills are
Invaluable, as they will bring en
_the monthly period
with regnlarity . Ladles crlarhavbrMi disappointed in
the.use anther Pills ran place the Utmost confldenre in
Dr. Cheesenten's Pills doing all that they represent to
Warranted purely vegotablc; and Imo from anything
Injurious. Explicit directions, which should bo read,
accompany each box. Price $l.-, Sco by - thittl 'en . en.
closing $1 to any authorised agent. sold by one Drug.
gist In every town to the United Statee•
it. It. HUTCHINGS, general Agent for the Untied
States, 165 Chambers St., .Now York, to which , all
wholosale order's should bo addressed,. • „
RA N BHT PHIN ICY; Wholosale and Agent&
. Harrisburg, Pa: 'S. ELLlOTT,'Catlislo, Pa
afir !Load - aid stiverlitiena . i!ta of D. Sau
oflfljiver IgUigorqlor.,•, .•.