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ESDAY 'MORNING lAN: 24 1838
DiimgrYfiekriPtu*OuniaOrintedizaits o l:.
- PlireflOce Wain - •
ted at ibis. Affice,-ttiyictive luid in.
't lad, who can read
at 15 or, Illyears, as aiiiiiprentice
1 41 r
I Cott has detinnhis to state. to the
IBu es -antrtown Council oflthe
ear-Pottsville, and the Coal Den 7
hil§-I:bgion, that be-will he mat hone
New Weigh Lock, at Mount Car
rrow (llnrsday) at 11 o'clock
• - bon,
Tear 0 1
itrg Burglory.—Laikt week the,store of the
I. Bean); of this place, the•upper part and
'the building occupied as a dwelling ; was
entered through the cellar by a felon, and
red of a -satiety of store goods together
me money. The object of‘thd.plitoderer
idly the latter, tict ben& hie -repeated
Afteritia• firist slat he wintWatehed — fot ice=
ights;litit did not Make his ic.appearince
• %.:iarght.i. His last vi.dt was characterized
l i cumstances of great hardihond'anitlitrocity.
lighting the swinging lam i ut ir. the store,
cud a hair trigger duiißle-barrelled t tan at
•ack door; with a string fastenid to the trig
such a fkmition.Oat if any 'body , attempted
..r, the gun must have gone off and the con.
tent& lodged. in the Body of
. the intruder. He
then rifled the drawer of some change, but being
disappointed in the alnount he scattered the gouda
over khe fioor; tied up some mackecel in fine
r iot o yad 10 ili 'alarmed by - a slight noise- up
. Stair - made hi escape. ' The' next day, hoWever,
:he , risepprehended and 'Confessed the facia above
4 11ai itrifith Abe exceptiun that he Aides that' he
di ted the muzzle of the gun from the iloor;'8o,
- i li a it might rni rdy give.en alarm, which how.
eve was not the position in which it was found.
He lier .conlessed,that during some of his visits
. bet somewhat tired he took along nap in the
std , till near morning. •He also confessed that
he as a ring leader in the Baltimore riot. lie
'de es that he had any accomplice in his late out
#10) 'l9res. 'illir. Thoina's Beatty on hearing the
viol ran doWn •a nit attempted 'to enter the store
by e back door, which being slightly fastened
w • in, he immediately ran round to the front
.by whisk-fie entered, and thus probably es
'a ' d destruction. • The culprit however had
Ina aped, - but the 'gun went off subsequently on
e 2 eawaring to 'Unfasten the string from the trig.
• --r .. The 'articles stolen 'ire 'etiplmeed to have been
. 'oh ellY recovered, although they cannetascertain
' t precise loss suitaindii. The cellar was sop.
to - be' co .fatitered - on the last night, as to
'rti der ingress impracticable. During one of his
vi it/riming armed with a pair of planate and a
sword, anti 'Snding little-or no money In the draw.
• e4.he determined nn going up stairs where the .
-finnily slept; salted golkart of the .. , ay up iyhtri.
' - me slight circumstance induced him to retreat.
is 'now safely lodged in jail.
Ano er of the most singular outrages' f thiti .
4 k :.
~. ' o a r a . th co e m p in itos itt ex ed u o r n is S o u A n ri day , ; N i rT gli wa tia s st e .. nte Tl o r d e
' •• a d a cldck and' several valuable law books ate}4
lon. This coriplirnent'to the prosecuting AttusA
vinyls unprecedented -ve.believe in the annals tit
dittne. , Thieves have certainly grown bolder,
vitt thin t 'fbrmerly, when they scruple nor to - steel
Lawkierties, and thus carry off the very artillery
eutilloyed against them. Perhaps they think s
few lokmres of criminal jurisprudence May help
. them to-prepare 'for their defence to ease of apt
- pribeusion. - - ii
, 11:1' Still Ario th er.—A . man by the name''of
• irrei was arrested on Sunday last on a charge
. f th a pjjAing; and the stolen - property found JO
is dWellitig. He was capture d after a Most deig
. trot r v a me t k e:btai hidel i to rta hvee n rs:,t c a e inr w ad ;t w it iii a t,n p . i oa st n, o od l, root la h a em r n. o . f eu it i o it n ri ar ve4 i:d an
. iv; and tieing con fin ed 'hativ 41 gi,1 in the watr!h
nose, anl hiechain enahlirig i llirn to reac h the
The Constitutional Convention, we aie
orry to say, is in general bid odour a ith
be mass of the people. We hate not met .
et ently with a single iddiyidual 'who thinks
avorablv of it. The cauttes are chiefly to
found itt a disposition on the part °kite
ine..nbers to spin. out time in an improfit
: ble manner, and the fact which is nci*
manifest that the constitution MAMA lie
touched without , injury. A Phtladelpllcia
paper states that a rumpus has recently
occurred with a negro who had entered
the gallery and resisted..when "the offteer
attempted to turn him out.. The ptirtidh
lars of !hitt singular occurrence...ars - adt
given. t ' .
In the House, Mr. Prentiss fit the lain
advice* was continuing his argutitentln
support of •his right and that of his *-
leagues, to -seats as - -tnemberrof . the twir
ty-tillh congress. The Canada liill,lo
enable the President -to enforce the neu
trality' of our citizens in the Canada war
hasAfeen referred to the cninmittepon
Foreignßelations. • Navy Island hoviever
has beinevacuated, and there seems t i be
an etid,of the war. In the Senate notliing,
of intekeit has -recently transpired, exTpt
the!rhation of Mr. WebOer fur an investi
gatiodiutO thetutninonwealth Bank bbsi.
neas,.which bears i - very unfavorable asileci
fertile anti-bank office fielders, and pd t ti.
itans'or the general adininititration, . We
Ahuukl .also tnention, that a new sikb-t ea
sury project; is before the- Sentite,M(Ant.
line of which-will be aitunt in an fiber-
of the Oyer- This is a - favurite' -44.41f1a
of Me foe_os,Aitc. - do
useit ttqftitriiiiiifeece l '
A"rttlinber ..f shin-plasters art in'arcii
lajkap4utportins to be issued by e:Mr•
O' en. at NI inersville. in this counly..
'Warn that there is no such person residing
at 3linersivitia,4iiad - Ciintequientlyibii . notes
are all frirdariea.
Vhe Report of the Ildiin-Hit and Schuyl
,Rail Rea - Company, will be
found on our first page.
An 'Anti-slavery State Couvention u was
held-arflarrisburg, last week. Applia. '
tion was bade* for the 'flail of the house
of Representatives, iii deliver a lecture
the apulicattou was refused, by a vote of
56 to 27.
In the Senate, on the 15Th inst. Mr.
FRAILIKT presented a petit io n from citizens
of Schuylkill County, for authority to con
staler a canal find dam in •Mill Creek.
The •Speakel'.of the lose of ifteprd
aenttitivea hat appointed r. Hixcultatt,
of the city' of Piladelphii, Chairman of
the Committed oh iniernatilmprovements,
to supply the' yacadey' ontlasioned — by the
death-el Mr: Mttivaine. I
The . Danville Intelligencer of the .19th
instant, says:—" For the information of
our' Democratic - friends in 'Schuylkill, we
now state that thd Delegiites to the late .
Democratic Convention - of this county are
taking messure4 - for the lappointment of
conferees "to meet the conferees of Schuyl
kill at the tithe and place appointed, for
the porrinSl3 of having an tiiiticable ddiiist
apnt of the diffitfulty - in4relation to the
Senatorial Deleg'ate to the Convention, to
' fulminate ally old and true Democrat fur
the 3ffice of Governor."
The loco focos'of Mona county, New
Yprk, have petitioned the legislature of
that state„ to prohibit bylaw the 'reading
of the [Able and Pray4a in the Public
Schools of that State.
`The Legislature of Kentucky has pass
ed an' Act, having fur its object the calling
era Convention to amend the Constitution
Of the State,' if a majority of the people at
iatu successive electiaha, should vote in fa-
Vnr of a Convention. -Fie stated, that the
object of the Convention is to aboliish sla
very in Kentucky.
The following article has been adopted
in the Convention to airtend the Constitu
tion on second - readineF . .
" NO'corporate'bodY shall be hereafter
created, renewed, or eitended, with bank
ing or diteetintilig - privileges, without six
months' public notice cl" the application for
the same, in such manner as shalllat pre
scribed by law. Noi shall 'any charter
forthe pOrposes aforesaid be granted for a
longer period thati twenty years. And
1 every such- charter shall contain a 'clause,
i_reserving lo the legislature the power . ia
; alter, revoke, tir atiti4l the same, when-
I ever; in their optnion,ithey rithy be injuri-
MIS to the citixkis of Ithe commonwealth,
lin such Inanuer,howeimr, that no injustice
I shalt be dune to the ckporations. No law
hereafter enacted shalrcontain More than .
obe ttorporate'body." 1 ,
The foregoing is well enough; but why
not halm, extended it o all applications for
corpr)ratioits, wheth 4f • a banking char
acter or otherwise. The country now
stands in far more tinier 'from private
1 monopolies than ban s. We - ere in favor
i of a thorough reform; and cannet'approve
1 of Intl(' way:measures,.
Krraucky.—.loil,l iresolutins have been
introduced in the Klintrucky Legislature,
deprecating the wietherl condition of uur
currency, condemning the BuhTreavury
scheme. reeluntnerldiiig the Hon. 1-linvuT
CLAY for . the Pre;idency, expressing a
ile4tre -for a National )Convention.of Whist,
mid a . widingi evs to 4hille by their ultiMate
nominatioia. This lit the t trne doctrine.
rrrMr. Calhoim eimaj directly and constant
ly at a dissolution of the Union. The people
hating most wisely retailed to let' him rale. he is
determined to ruin the Illepnblic. For this - . ex,
yeas purpose he "agitates" the Slavery Question.
There is not.a fanatic among we wfm labors more
'diligently to "fan-the niemtwrs" of Abolitionism'
than John C. Calhoun. ; Indeed but for Mr. Csl
houn and DufrGreen, subject would have helm
essentially quieted tvrop , ears ago. They leguld
dot permit th e . turbid water, to run clear. .They
arc so dkactrrig and insolent,- that men cannot
en :onit without an impeachment of their man
.hoba,—..4lbang Jou reel,
irrtire t ;:adisonin apeaksofthe btf to plunigr
the Ti ee edir y i e th e fallowing terms:—
.:pssent, that it is
Aisorganfillit said 'rtvolutio4,4—fobireraive of
ihe'entke practice Ofthia gitvernflithst t;;.'m 1789
down to this day"—thst "it oral pleetr. ~ in the
hands of the ExeCutirsr ate Octane
Ind ispoie the public freakiest to be *ailed.'
'b'y.'nishtnsdred hada Win the diknot ratite
FROM THE NEW YORE ••• • llllllplieqkLlkrilitTra.
The following aprqpriaiiiiiisare asked by the
War DePartarnt. for Ile detainee oftbeiNoriliern
ft ntier and , the preierivation'ornentratitk: $19 1 1,.
0001 n Day the 3000 militia called into seryiee•my
the Coiada treader jar three moothitc$80;000•
for travelling from alyetorning,tn their home.
and 9300,000 for yarn!' s objects of soppl9 t --$O, tr
000 for aOtintrementl.-47400 farlhe . 01. 4 40 n'44
-department;—arms alidt tikuipage S16.000,1'1(1
-$60.000 if estimated mat offiieding 3000
men three months. • Mitlhundre‘and
five thmiand &Harald's people , of the—United
- Stales meat pay; in irder that Mr. •Idaektitizie•
rind Rogailati :mike a • rod *of him!
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4 I r.
w it .
1174 i '
erik e rsistonTliehtiinela
4th of Murat 9maientf
sr - 1#
may nu woo wont
decrees, and cast the sfil
into the ranka.sihich
aaan Arnold to his Cal
—may .the badge ;o1
froth . ' his polluted lire"
qiin . put iaits*eitd,`4
avoid him, whoJiai
Sub- Trocfiesi. Bili . .
telligencer states, theta!) t lBl
the Senate,' ti b ial was re orte
committee of-Finance s embrsci
ect of the • Adlnitiistration, var
sidemblif frOm the sub-treasury
the late extra session. The f
a summary of its ‘ prirmipal, mos
1. Certain Vomits in the new
Buildings, with safes and vaul
constitute - the - . Treasury . or t
States. 1 •; • . ',
The Mint and the . Branch '.
oleo to be!_fitAttic - deposit'ories of
moneys. . .
- . .
3. Certain special cleposituri.
created, in Charleston,..
and Boat:4;ll'nd Officers to 'he
therefor, to be called Receive
4. In Certain cases, collect.
moneys. in , ay wake special d
banks, the . ketupon such de.
'he retain - et:llithe depositing
5. Many provisions are prl
bond and' otherwise, for
. the .
money in ffie hands of those
6. Exclusive, Specie . paYin •
dues and debtri' to governmen
quired after a certain time; -
six years hence..
- Another feature annuls the
'of specie` payments at theiand
miffing the alternative of payin
into the Treasury at Washinl
4 cates of such payment to be
cash at ihe-land offices.
• • ••':3,,
. We refer our readers to the f))11owin
tide (In tile subject of the Cositmunw 1:1
Baiik of Boston.
,It will be seoo how
implicated, many of the fil' ming ni
baukites are in this boaineta. It be re
very fraudulent aspect :
Commoriwititimu BANK BOST N.
The Bust-on Atlas of Monday !publish 43
extract - from the revised statues of N$
ehusetts expressly prohibiting any ba
from becoming indehtel more than double
the amount of its capital stock, and Itt Ming
the diiectors personallyr , elionsibl fir
the excess,' except Lit case
. ‘if abse ce or
dissent, which must be fbrthwith nude
knoiin to the governor and council.
In direct •violation of the status
the Atlas, we learn that the Comintin .
Ihnk, with a capital of %506,000 if .
tended its liabilities to_ the amount
400,00,0—leaving an excess of fo r li
tired thousand dollars, for which the dir
- - .
tors becem •resporiSible. lt is and rsti
that only me of the direCtors, ' fisi
Parka, Ea . has been enabled t avo,
himself of the n.eans of exemption presented
in the statue, tlierhy eithonerating himself I
from the guilt of participating in this in- 1 1
fraction of the law. ,
The following are the Officer of the
bank :—President, John K. Sipson ;
Cashier, Charles Hood.—Director .I.K.
Simpson. Arlanis Bailey, M . Is, Oli
ver Fletcher \i • H. J.How, Wm. F eeman,
Ebsha P.arks,' F. S. Cartulh, Oti Ricb,
Cherie , Hood. •
Among -the remaining director, who
are immediately implicated, we Find the
name of John Mina the pr+2ectiti g attor
ney or the United States 61, this ,li trict.—
The officer, whose express tint, it is to'
prosecute all offences against the general
government, is here seen lending his coon
tenence and authority to the corrupt man
agement of an tristitution , , in which de.
posites of tfie public mine? are made, and
which has violated its faith,io alio" commu.
iiitv 'frii.d the government in a manner that
called (or the severest a pPficationoflthe liw.
The mem who by his official mitlis was
bound to observe the laws rof the and and
to watch :over.tl e public interes in the
discharge - of his function: of prqsecuting
attorney, has acquiesced ini the vil t ation of
the - law lie should have revered, an ,bctray
ed the interests, which it; was hii duty to
guard. 1, . . - .
in the Morning Trost, of Thursday hut,
wie find the following adveiliseineht, bear
ing.the date of its first appearance. ,
1 _ NOTlti.E.—yeredas holding' :checks
'againiteitieVititom House are requested
I to present 4 them either at the ba or this
office .fOrpitythent iinined'ately. .
is it tint must remarka le, say the At.
las, that this notice). °elfin' upo: the hol
ders of checks to pi eilierd. hem a Kr'ruie
iyanc;ao for payment; T at t i le office,
iiotkiw we marfaiily presume II:ey Would
have 't ticktived the bills of the. ba , sholild
have beghlieblished" just ithirty- ix hoUrs'
before the ittiffire,"Of the! bank as made
public, and on the very deli , that- he direc
tors determined fa -op,'rkayme, tt Why .
_should -the holder-of 'cfieclte siainst the
Cost - it-it House have . beeti 'eelfea upon at
this' pititieula r and - mostlonis tire, to
exchadOithetir faii-the b Is of it faihtt on
the id - rotor bfinkrupley? Wba bee(
thele olltritdi fi c - ; iinperat e Eil up o n
fielder:del eh - eche - at 4hh iim'e? ' Dit
Polleetniviiiiik id - 11;41th er lo ti
govetaitrient!' tit the: . C46* s e of flier
puratt;'dedid le. iiiiiii 1 .. rid imi
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-cal 1. -1 . 1 94 b ef:?.V. - 4 4, 9al A l4*-
pfilibilittesf - The 'transaction" 'i;ettl a a
bad l'sP?!i Ili elinslikc MIX be" sncig-J
their suspicions; but immediate
~ d ample
explanation 'Must' be 'made to t e public.
hpfore,those,ouspiciena can be Termed. '
One of the , circumstances m a-public,
by the-explesion of the Roston t bank is
the fact that sia- of the-immedi e friends
)o(1 in the administration, in New F.ngifitul,
- naleTy; - .Toliti ,1(.. Simpson,- Hp J. How,
Charles Hood, 5...1-. 4 . Lewis„ M. Par
(neuter, and, ISAAC HILL ; collec.,
tivelyindebted to the e - Comprionw Itll Batik
in a sum exceeding the whole *mount o
its capital of $500,000. s ',
!.- by t
1 ,. the p
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- ORIGIN OF THE CANADA ff - 'OLT
f The Boston Atlas accounts for . •:,Canada re...
.: soli as follows ' : . ‘.. 1
In the, • first place it is 4 . griev xicer, and a
~, grievance that will be fblt .to.. he. • lereble by
J those wh;l• have the stightest prosppe ' f shaking
Pit off. that affairs of ii" People shoul d under the
d controlof a Colonial Minister, Staid tin anoth
er country, tots Ilif Ig:luent of the- nditionr of
things in the colonies which he riles, and in.
whose appointment of durissal, there colon-
IC have no 'part or lot, whilevcv., • Mid in itself is
an iutolerahle grievanc; It Is` a lbrelgo yoke
which no people, will .bear binges' than they are
absolutely . obliged to., ,
A s Thu way the thing operated in Canada, was this.
The colonial ministers, membeie ;tent course. they
were, ofthe Engliiih.aristecracy, bad very differ
ent i teas of govntament, and very different no.
ig hone (about thii 'Welfare :ef • the coluniee, from
i n the Houses of ssenibly chosen by the Canadian
people. Aath Caturniana gradually imbibed the
. republican and thic demberatic spirit, which the
neighbourhood. f Mei United Suites was soadapt
ty ed to inspire, t ey passed a multitude of bills,
o f the object of w la was to assimilate the admin.
isuation of affa rs in Canada, to the system which
~ they saw so an Brolly - in Operation along their
southern fron r,....these bills of .corirae did not
0- suit the notiotia .of • the British ministry; and
or they were all d feated by The Legislative council
the Canadian house of Lords, composed . et mem
bers appointedlforlife, by the :British ministry,
on and e!elected from among. the meta supple tools
)r- end the ,most; ferocious tories, Plat could any
ey where be tound in whatever provibce,
So matters Went on: the Can aitan Legislative
ew Y •
, • 9U
council regularly defeating ever prupovition for
reform, till at length the Catiadi a came to look
upon that body .as an intcilerah , nuivance, cer.
r _ I tain to prove q stumblintblock '`. the way dt ea r
,_ cry Attempt Ad improve the mil teal jingititions
t" ofthe country, For this relao , he . d applied to
ii . I the Br itith.Pailiatnent l to abohs the Legislative
( council in its present form, an . attbstitote in
a 1 its place some body responsibl to the people,
_it directed. ' t his request the
British Carliament refused. Where upon the
1 Canadian House of Assembly had recourse to the
sn constitutional remedy of stopping the_ supplies
3q. until their request should be attended tu, the ,
,-iklßritish Parliament upon this, in defianee of the
Opposition of its hest and ablest members, passed
a series of Tyr anical resolutions, in which they
threatened that unless the House •of Assembly
saw fit to vpte the usual supplies, those supplies
abut& be levied and paid. out, by the colonial oir
sextaw, on his own mere solitarily, hr otter defi,
Arica of the right of sel(4aXation. guaranteed In
the Canadians by, the . act,. of parliament:upun
which their present system or gevernment is
A bonded. • ,
, This tyrankal threat instead of subduing only
. roused-the Smelt of the Canadians; They held
1 1 public meetings in every county, in which they
an- passed the most vigorous resolut lolls, Lord Gos
ec.:. ford, the sZbviii nor General, in vain attempted to
30 d put a atop to these meett..gs• by promulgating
ka against them an 'unconstitutional , proclamation,
and by_depriving of their commissions, as insti
-1 ces of the peace, and officers of the militia, all
those !rho took part in them. ~
In factonere thansuine-tenths of the .popula
tion of Lower Cana,!a, has lost all :attachment to
the British Government. It was - bnly sUpported
by a little l eant of office holding torte* to whom
British gold was enough to make palateible any
thing connected With it. i,
EVACtJAVION OF NAVY ISLAND.-
. BUFFALO, Jana 15, 1838.
Dear Pir-41 avail myself of an express,
on the eve of starting fl,r the east, to say
that the' force assembled on . Navl . Island
evacuated last night, that they ft c now
sotnewl+re on our shore, it is undrstood,
endeavouring to make th..ii way. o'some
point higher' tip, to atobailt forhere is
not predicts; known—without arm n , . The
State cannot, are being recovered. The
Marshal is qn the q . ui airs with his depu
ties, assisted by the District Attorney, to
serve civil process, on the leaders, if thiT
can beibund. •
Froni personal examination, I-dm sat 6
fied.tbat the six or seven hundred guns,
shot'and shell, thrown upon the Island kill
ed but One man. The Eoglish ftirce, it'is
believed, loin' sixteen killed by the return
fire. soy. Marcy .and General Scott ale
here &Ong al! that existing laws permit to
,The. Guvernor hiss
been very active apd efficient under etr
cunistances-of great difficulty.
, • :
Correa . deed of the N. Y. Courier &Erstoirr.
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Almarsir Ills , 18.
i l ial4 islanders have at length evacu•
ated that pest,—They delivered their ansis
and nuinitiphs to the keeping of the militia
oli Grand Island—and then each to'nk
the way that pleased him best, unmoleriind.
This, tnidertall the Circipiuttancee, was 0e
. that they could adopt.
i.;i• , I . . !
Bth el Jetnuirry Cekbratiad ' burg
liatrizburg f a: -
Among the toasts drank at the Bth of Jane y
Celebration. 0 find .the following:.
• uHy 'H. c' itsinan, a Stiorctstry.—+The m' -
ing,wet recut etil the cirCurnstance 9rJack 'a
eating :toile while' ut of provisions,; and di id•
ing the samolivith his comradtil. I *ill then of
let thelfollowlng: Gen. Jackson-end this aeo mi.
, We kmuld hardly have helieyod.tbst-there.. was
any 1.4c0 faiw so ignorant oretmeriean history.
.se not ioltiolsr what every school boy has lied.
It was Gen. MARION oftbel REVOLOTION,
.and net Gen. Jackson, who an , •etatipelled• to
was legit aeorna and divide them menet- • his . own.
the niikes.t .
' t b e - if die Lot's ibereese in 4 ' wle hO ge as they
, the -hase big' it), it will not he lon heroic they 'rill
attrih . gle the rapture of Burg yne, Ili( as r a t .
6 " - and tirn-woPiti. 4 1 Yy/k4to o.,tcrillie it er 01
1t iq ligwiry titloans."—Telegraph. . . - I
• - or P
i l leci
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From the Qlbaay Aigus.
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..7•An . ,_: • :9onvention decided csi - Sa!n p rday latby e
large 'majority that tbs right otaktfrazo slrlill not
El este:kb:it riegroel: Thfir'rdeciiion ought
L add.willdaa4 ls ioe iiaaaral4tisfaction.- -
More Bank Expl:winOsr,sad:tstoLLAntryinc.--
like Middlesex Bank in Bart.Cembildte, (kiss.) .
4s also clnsed-iits doors. This .also.was one of
tbc pet., Banks. an'd woe intimately clo o neeted
itb the Coinnsonwollb, Bank, Alts.;? rmenter.
tl i iiOnly Van Beres:...piimber, of .coug eas from)i
Miriachnsetts, is nla, Siam 10iten460,900.:
iten460,900.: these anti! ok men
finding that 'bey clinnot break . the g -banks of
the country. have. determined to break p all the
Pet Banks to [444 the Administration at Wash
ington, to furnisi:,argunmot.: in
. fivok Ida di.
The Fr 4 atteraon Bank at Patterson N
it is stated hal 'altar stopped payment.
'-,4 'AI Minersville,tas.jhe tZnit inst.. by !the :Rev.
t'homas SovereigMiqr. 4.13:14N Jorrce of iPottiville,
ilea& prearher 'in the ~ Stethedist. Episcopal
Chinch, to Miss ANN Doaaires of t; a former
REVIEW OF TILE MARK
, .Poirsville. January 4. 4838.
WHEAT FLOUR, by the , load was w orth on.PrL.
day OS 00. , , • • ' •
WHEAT 1 50 per.pushel, in demend.i
RYE FLOU - R 2 50 per cwt..in demon
BUCKWHEAT 'FLOUR 250t' pe cwttin demand.
RYE, by theload 95 cents by,theybu el—ready
.sale , , j
RYE CHOP 95 Bents .per bashel in emend.
OATS 45 cente+-ready sale. --
POTATOES 45• cents per bushel-in!). and.
CORN-70 cents-per bushel in 'dim .
CLOVER SEED—SS 50' per bushel.
TIMOTHY SEED-42 00 per`bushel. .
FBAXSF.EI3--11.1 12 per bashel in demand.
WHISKEY-42 cents per gallon. J.
BUTTER—I 4 cents per pound — its Kegs 12 cents
EGGS-4-12 cents per dozen. - j .
LARD-10 centiper p ound.
TALLOW- 7 9 cents per pound.
HA MS 12 cents per- pourd.
CORN CHOP 80 cents per bushel ildemand.
BACON-l 2 cents per pound.
BEESWAX—IS cents per pound.
FEATHERS-62 cents per pound:
COMMON WOOL-40 cents per polind.
MACKEREL. by the bbl. No 1, $l2 00 No. 2. $ll
SALV-2 62i per bbl.; 87 per bushel
PI.ASTEROs worth ill 00 per ton. 1 •
, HAY $lB per top.
GEORGE GE'! Z. i _
Bookseller, of BeaOng.
1 7 1 V al have revised and prepared to put to
press in a few weeks a highly useful
and important work for linn Masters. Rail Road •
Projectors, Sealers twlron, Smiths, ace. to be en
tided, as follows:-.:.
"Tug loos TRADE; with. practical remarks and
useful observations; including new ; and compre
hensive Tables, arranged in an improved way,
containing the weight of upwards of 1000 differ
ent bodies andsibstances of Iron, Such as round,
square and flat bars; strip iron and hoops, boil
er; plates and sheet iron by measure on the rule,
and by the numbers on the wire gage. To which
will be annezed.the nearest proprirtionate num
ber of feet vvhielpa equal tri , a ton in weighltof
each of the different bodies or sizes, and which
can be ascertained in an instant by inspection
of the Tables."
This will be a compilation' rint
twoscarce English works; enlarged ao improved
upon expressly for home tudtt As !a lieu • um
ber will only be published, being pearly all rule
and figure work) .booksellers and: others •should
forward their orders in due sessovi, as the work
wilt be prepared for Press on the : Ist of March,
It wtll be neatly printed and hansomely
—Price $1 50 per copy and the tiSual allowance
to the Trade.
Orden, for the Above‘wolit will; be received at
THIS OFFICE. -
THE subscribers have just received and
for sate a 'law lot of choice Charnpitame
Wines, among which will be kiond the sPalinetto'
brand, which is i saut to he 'superior Ict anY yet
imported—alsoomporior old madeira.pate sherry,
and port wines in bottles.
lIAZZARD d STRAUCII.
INTERESTING CASE of rerbacular Con.
sumption.—Mr. John R uarelappliedan.the tat
d a y of§eptember at the o ffi ce 100 Chatham
street, laboring under the fullowtpg symptoinc—
A slight epittingof blood, dtetrekstg cough, at
tended:With an expectoration of purulent matter,
night sweats,- general emaciation,' difficulty 01
breathig on exertion, with a 1 marked hectic
flush o the cheek. On exa mination, the chest
as fonnd - to sound welt every Where except un
- er the left clavicle, and in ere arm pit of the
same dide. •
Treatment.—Directed to takti the restorative
Camomile Pills, with the expectorating corn-
Pound, at the same time an injoinction, to call in
four days when the night sweep had Ceased, the
expectoration slightly diminished, a sheht fit of.
coughing kill remaining, in the morning: Or
dered as usual to continue the Medicine, and to
call in the course of a week—tvhen his health
'continued. rapidly increasing, n tithont the least
cough. 'Called at the office o the 4th of this
month,quite convalescent four n ing his sincere
thanks.kw Ahehene.fit. he had fined.
The Oahe patient chiefly u ed milk regimen,
duricg his treatment. -
lIRSUANT to an : order! of the Orphans'
Court ofSchuylkill County, on Saturday the
24th day of Fermi's next, at ,I o'clock in theaf,
ternoon, Daniel k'nger and Adlain Weidner, ad.
niinistratora of the estate of Co !ad Pager, late of
ElerksConnty. deceaked, will :pose to sale by
Public Vendmi,im - Piriegreie ' ii thi - prentises, a
certain. inessunge. and.* of round, situate id
the'. Morn of pinegr,ove. Pi egrova township,
'Schuylkill Co*ty, being the outtievn part of lot
marked No. Win the' ginieril' Ohm of Said -town,
—late the estate•Orthwsaid •de sed. ' '
By order of the Court: ' - • . . •
, , DANIEL. FEVER,
ADA ,10 WEipsER,
JOSEPH MORGAN; - •
1 ' Clerk 0. C. -
.; s 5-!
stray' CO*. . ~:.
, , ,
~ , . ,
sTftA YEli• 'away • from .ui enbacriber.a. f ew
i! ..,days Nei; e: red and white 1 qow. with a, white
face, and without borne: 4n7 person gitin# in:
formation, ..on bringing, the Male • to , Jcihantiti
Cockhili, tnnkceficr, in Lcarellyn„ will be rewiii•cf
ed fet: their tronble t and all cepactrohln, expense,.
lifted. .• • '''' ..--.. ' • 1. " -. R 4 98ParrItAri - klt . ':
: jan fat ,--$ - •:. $ . •,. - t• • :', • ' 5-34 ,
I ti I
A LL perionsarehereby Cautioned against re ,
ceiving a`note oLhan4 drawn by the Nob
scriber-m-avoiwiSamtiet Gaitherling; I'm; t h e
SUM of twenVatitee dollars. and` ated O ecem ;
be: 4.11331. -- as I'arri determined notto pay t h e
same unlpe_sonvellea hy,lavi. •
. JACOB GEiIIBERLING,
rMlEXTl4iiiteictit 'Fable,, jest .r*ivati
jin 24 ;.A
To TUE HEALTHY ,AwND SICAL+
.... . .
• finitif ' ti f •
The subsetiber resticelfitlly la . • needs
and the public iti WO that.liinee his re fro
Europe, be - w orks - with a new zeal and limes
at the - manufacturingot Elastic Matrassii iwthis .
• Borough, and flatters himself, with Out i fearing -
the accusation Alit: he - is s Boaster iindthials- -
tan, wiihiming able hereafter toinake etch mat.
tresses es net to be inferior to any work of thii
kind. id reference.. to their beauty, witty. - and 1 .
durabilityouid. people Will certainly Lin nvinced
of the 'comfort and 'saving of liine s. whieh . these
articles'afford, princtirally when there 'ili some
body Sidi in the - can - oy. • . . 4
Besides the spbscriber knows •the old :-adages
"the vicirli-mustgiiie credit to iii ;,loaker.l l and ,
he therefore. very politely invites those lavishing
to get an article .of this description, to ' ' rite and
examine for•themselims, one of the said. Matra&
sea, just now flOished; that they, may he: cotivin
ced of the truth of his saying. _
,HENRY ill :FRE;
ReadingiJan: 18. 1838:., .
'"f ',.,.- -..' - 'r -in
P. S. Persona wishing to buil', Elestieillatras•
see, of the-deseription aforesaid. will lease ap
- ply to the sub-Oriber ' 4 few. doors above mther's
Storeriti Reading ; ; w hirs a fiat .of subs iption is
open to the public, as am- manufacturin thereof
wants some time. The Matt - Wen . ' not be
delivered. before May n..to* --- -- - t•-•,i7.1-... i: .
(The undersigned has! at • the Fevre t of Mr.
HENRY MORI essraininl - - his newly , invented
"double Sprimg. Elastic "Matrass." It uniform
elasticity. tendernit tru t ly_a luxury for, common
use; and tc the sick specially. - Such 11.3 are '
long confined - to a hot iztuital posture, ill prombies
to prove invaluable. IM peimanent s oothness ,
will supersede tfie necessity of rethovin •the pa
tient "to make ( his bed," while:its cleat c quality •
appears ' well cii loulatep Ito obviate in a grea t de- i
gred or entirely prevel.the sloughin g o aft to
occur in cases of long - i. nfintMent. • ' '
/S4C . .IILESTE M. D. \ '
• ri ...:I' '
. I fully conwir in: the l dmnion above.
..pitpressed r i
in regard to Mr..ltleyrers " Double Spr ig -Elastic i
Matrass." • I,t ... 1
. JOArPi.P. .Higtt.l4ll- -1
Having carefully exathined-lifi. Hp: y Meyre's
“Dmible Spr, kng. Elastic.. Matiess."- If neur in
the above opf•lion, believing:it: to insWer -all •Altis - *
purposes intended. - - JOHN DfOTTO.
I have exaininesi.Mr.aleniy Meyre.4' "Double
Spring Mairasii" . with care, and I wiiiild recom-:
mend it'to all persons, and especially* the sick.!
as it would ben great edvantage to thhm. L -
Having carefully eiramieed Mr. my 'Key.;
re's "Double Spring Elastic Matramili" I. folly;
concur-in the opinion expressed, in the, foregoing
certificate.- - • A." 11. OITMAN.: ..
1 hav,ewrximtned with care .Mr. 3141-e's "Etas.
tic Maireas," and fully concur in this opiong. it..
'live expressed; as to its usefulness Olnd genets
good qualities.- - . . -
H. H. MUHL"? :
At MA,Meyre',lsrecpaest, 1 ezamin
is Matrass;" and copeui, is the fav ! ,
ions expressed by the abOve nitropd4
o:ARy for 1838, ur. DA fLY ' STEIL
tbr the use of Private Families tict persons
of business, containing a blank for e cry day m
the year, for the record of events that; May be in
teresting. enhar past or future.
ALL pefiona are herel4 :forbid rooting nry
Wife o; my account. 111 414 Iminedlipt
to pay may of her eobtraethig•atlier -thhir date
Jib 20 • qua r
QLD:PINE APPLE CHEESE—Just•reeetwul
and for sale a few boxes of very superior Old
Pine Apple Cheise.
jan 20 6
IVNINERS' PLANNEL.S.,. ef 64;:efare4,401i
for sale by the pubsarabers t 1Q pieces. !Oki+
nerarbeavy shirting flannels. , .
HAZZARD& 5.4t1C14}.. ".
•. r •
. Foreman Wanted.
Wg.TANTED ea a superiedendentivf area flitry
'Vv some &Mlles from Puttsvill ; • sober;
d'ustrieui man. One posseieing these requisite',
wrth ti practical knowledge of the Mining , bruit.
ness, may hear of a permanent And l_naiittivaisit.
nation by applying at this office.. IGmod- recent.,
mendations will be required.
. -• 4/ tat Surget ,
Ft E ciiize s .0t Pottsville and ips vicinity:psi
..... 'DRS. W FAT .ie[VgAR., 4 -ER ••. - ! .
bitve'taien a ;nemK r a tune at the Melissa flu—
tel,-Where-they may consulted .at any lige,
upon alriatilects pert
ta *nit to theiie priifessiotk.,,„:.,
• Theyinseriteeth in every manmh which_ Vie'
be sesyiceabls,- kJ:throne to entire,, setts; resniove- ,
eariesiandlll cavities with gold s . }id perfor.mAll
other 'operations which may be, a , y &slate
preservation of the teeth and ga ~.
.. . 4 ~
They are supplied with Stock ' Mr , httastittt
proved- incorruptible teeth, for. thp itkpmer4ens,
of which he was recently presientediiiiWar,
Med-aims a premium. ("torn the Am rkary . .4 - ii titit
, „. ...,.
, _ ': - . '.-. . T• ... r . :. c,.
These Teeth are i perfect innt tran.afgatktre; .
and - surpascin heathy and . tiurih li . ty - -42 . •
thatlts.ver-bcien lierettifore'liiiets ' -,......" AK, ';!;'S
• They :keepihe best-ground toii 4. 4 „ . .. ‘ ,( 4 .
also the Conipound Kreosete T it ilifte..swhi.
• red hyithimselves, Which stfej, ‘ . ti'-tufhle.,p c l'pl;n
1 asittwaessletqualittereepial if do alik ti.UH:t any
1 utkw in use. , • - L . .... -.-• 'I, . -- . •
They .tespect , fullysolinttpubtitt.:patreiragekind '
reittestAnswwlie te,qsimelent.atii/J•ter ealgeopti ' -
'exitstile-their testuitonials ofehe r raeteri pratitiallii7
~, , i r. • ~ ~. :••, -.., ~ _ .2.;...i•-• '.
, HaVintsicitt much time in the eta* irkl Wt-' - ' '-'
tiee ofilteir..ihsOsiSion.. they.fetiVernigdent
ontire:4stistaetio,n, will , he...gi . ' and -promise
thit .4),l*etittons.aball peas - . t-and- datable- •
, sit thowr.petformed by the first Dentists- hi: our -
afaingl,c4ies.,or no-charges ma .k, • • -, - 1
•-•.N.-111., Attendance at private ' eiidenees if r 5,,,,.,"
. t- e
sheted, .; , . - - :1 : - tk.,
..,_ ... tr. c. 3VA, • •NlZi.itt-.-P.'*;
'!7 --%.".•, •s -
- • . .'' pit. 4 . : itoliTa,,,, i „
:., N... 8:? tte*rencerneY be.. 10..q.:.41.411it1-- 1
tietsupit... 7 ~ .1
-rl , - . • , ,r .+, 1.,, , ,14.: