The miners' journal, and Pottsville general advertiser. (Pottsville, Pa.) 1837-1869, February 14, 1838, Image 3
• • - - • - St. David's TELE Welsh a SoCiety in M ' will cele. brew St. pavid's bay. on , ' • firstof March 1838, at the House of Mr. John:, rtivoat t ard res pectfully invite their country to to participate o the celebration. They will at Mr. Pro - oat's at 9 o'clock, A. M. and at 1 o'Clui-k a ser = on will bo delivek at the Be , jat Chinch, after • hich they will partake of a di . er at 1 o'Clock, ilthe above mentioned place, an: , the remainder , fthe day wilt be devoted to fest ities, becoming 041 occasion of their meeting. - • - y order of the W ELS Feb,7 REVIEW OF TILE 31 • Nasville; F WHEAT FLOUR, by the foal HEAT 1 50 per puithel,oiv d Rif. FLOUR 2'50 per cwt- ' BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 2 50 p 51Y/4 by the load 90 cents by RYE CHOP 90 cents per bus OATS 40 cents—ready sale. POTATOES 45 cents per-bosh - CORN-70 cents per bushel in CLOVER SEED—SS 50 Per TIMOTHY SEED— S 2 00 per F-LAXSEED--$1 12- per bushel WHISKEY-42 cerns per gall°. BUTTER-14 centtoter pound EGGS-12 cents per dozen. LAIII3-10 cents per sound. TALLOW-4 cents per pound. HA MS 12. cents per pnurd. CORN CHOP; 80 cents Per bus BACON--.l2lcents per pound. BEESWAX-10 cents per pou FEATHERS-62 cents per pou COMMON WOOL-40 cents. MACKEREL.by the bbl. No SALT-2 6% ?per.bbl,; 87 per PLASTER, is worth $7 00 per HAY. $lB per ton. National Ott \ RADE on Thursday Ole ary, 1838. at the Armory, By command. Feb 14 . 'l-3 Schuylkill co trade on Thursda nary 1838, at Mot I. By commant JAS. P. WOLL) 1.8381 Turton • .1., [Sol -atioa of flip ice Midile. .4 arm, 1838 J County THE Common • Mk, to the She einty,, Greeting 'often, of the ho lath filed ,a, claj i, for the .Count •poration of the ium of Four liii •ninevents, la vii as a *son ,a. bestowed; and , . ied, 'delivered. an it past; in and a :ion of a certain in Centre street, ' Aforesaid, commonly or Jail, belonging, or sa tough of Pottsville aforesaid adding nr Tenement, abd /round covered by the said ;much other ground immediatel Fend belonging to the said Co v, be necessary for the ordinary ;of the said 'building being part And whereas it is alleged th remains due and unpaid to the now we command you that yo the said Corporation of the bo and to Alauch persons as m the said building, that, they ~, e Judges of our said Court, , O . o n afa Plea a s i t d o be th h a eld m at a o d r a w y ig % onday in March next,to sho .i . ve to say why•the said MI 4 4 ' d Forty Dollars Twentymi levied on the said building 0 1_ mos Turton, according to , ,' , 4 the Act of Assembly, in s.. - -::, 7 ovided, if to them it shall a --, ve you then and there this -,,, 'itness the Honorable Calvi ,'", of our said Court, et Orwig .., of January, A; D.one thou• and•thirty-eight. LEWIS Feb 14 1-4 ' :S . ll Tithothy St-ed j sale by Feb 14 • TAXE !THE subscriber herliy - gi • persont..who "romdio i School, and Road Tax; in for the year 1837, that h to be tooled any longer, by that alltaxca not paid by the regular notice has been levied on for the same. Feb 14 1-3" In the-Court of Commo 'County, in the matt Michael Bretzious, a WHEREAS, John If Michael Bletziourt, ,vember, A. D.. 1837, 61 rothonotary of the COIN 'uiylkill County, a state ainittie of Baia estate. •Noticeis hereby given ire id estate, that.the H • :Court of Common Pl. inted Monday the 19th • o'clock in the forenoon, le, and fer showing •• 3t ought pot to be a reof,.thesame will be c • itneas the honorable 00, said Cotirt at Orwi muary, A. D. 1838. • , LFW Feb 10 4w Coal LET—A comm - river Schuylkill, at 100 feet front, and a double dock of aulficient load at one and the.eam Aarged if required. the let of March nex JOID Vogel'e Hotel, no Feb 10 • • k •-. REPORT: - . • • ON - T-I9t . !1 : 1 1 1 / 3 D i- 140 - VAN,:A.I4 "II I. RON:Mitt) by th e' ow nrOrthe itoil; in. be made bye company si ' Her Rothe; great tiiiii, ' tin at ;Albany. N. Y. to been - through thetnit on the western shore of the 'glint', red by the. river, which Will sevetbe water worksi t aud.kini to every owtter:ofproperty free accesslehis la 4,11. ings, which combiued, will be Mnitbothand in length; sufficient. to accommodate 300:10abi l t the same time. as designed.by firfAiltlk OW* Engeneer, Philadelphia. . 't, -- • 1 ' The - lifint Special Committee appointedibe Co* cils, 25th February friet,•with inair etionato e i canter with the Wateabg Committ to %finite was referred a plan of a proposed Ca al or Bit ' sin on the west side of the river , Pkheiylklil. after having 'several meetings. and el citing -iOl the intomention within: their reach, nd dily considering these* t offer the folio tog ' l i t en .- - • .. - • .-RE ,T. - •.i.: r .. 1 By the completion of, tar eacialiii new -spores f trade limi within aTe years - developed itself, inch premiere lobe ogr -importianee, nil_ lily to the city of Philadelphia, but to the Sta b f Pennallvanie, - - • . Aathrac.ite. Coal, the prodaMiOn of , l'enneylita-. I. exclusively, is fast taking the ple dof Wood • the common fuel of the country—its increased nsumption and importance is shows by -the uantity brought down the Schuylkill .Carilit di - ince its completton: .4. . In 1825, the quantity received was .6,1500 till; 'n 1835 it had in reared t 0339,508 Louie and t e emend rapidly increasing; about 25%000 tops were exported in 1835, generally in vi.serls of IRO o 150 tons, and itiquiring two thousand veisiiis o carry it of. - , 1 From the above 'data an idea of the iMportadpi f the trade may be formed. In fact. anthracite al will become cum of the great staple articles f Pennsylvania, and to foster and protect tt world m to require particular attention. One of the greatest difficulties experienced by he tredera is the want- of - convenient ' landingli, uffieiently-cepacious, upon which to deposit the al on arrival at our city from the Mince., Beidg bulky, a very huge extent of wharf ,iii. requirid„ not only fors the convenience of the. uusumous boats Iffinging it dowa to lay at in safety. and ischerge; but also ampleupace to deposit it.,- Also, Whaesel for the sea vessels to lie at in re ceivieg their cargoes. - - . .7 ; - ' 4" The present iiiiprovetnents on the :per arc in tirely inadequate to the object; great incsinvini ence is experienced from the crowded Manner ;in which theses Vessels and coal -boats are mixed together, Wading and discharging. The location of the proposed plan is en the west aide cif the river- Schuylkill, on the low grounds extending from the Upper Bridge tothe lower end of the Alms House property,' a. Distance -Of morethan two miles, embracing the whole city front, is follows: To be formed into at least tenor more long 4- 1 sins 150 feet wide, to be wrier-led in a continuous :lite on the river side, also on the basin or inrier side, leaving a space betwien the tiro lines 'cif wharves, bf about 150 feet wide, as a landing for. coal. 4c. The spade to be_ filled up-to a proper heigitt, by the earth and mod excavated in form ing the basin—to have at each end a ,tide lodk, also one in the middle, and if necessary a lift hulk, through which boats can piss at all times of tide, both Tin and out of the basin. The tide-locks :to to be thrown open a' soon at the flood tide in the river rites sufficiently to open the gates freely. and admit a free pekssge of the water, and the coal boats in and out of the basin. The es tea. to remain open until the tide recedes, when the gates are to fie shut, to maintain a proper height;lof water in the basin, au as to keep the boats alwys afloat, never suffering it to fall more than a ot beloW high water mark. Tine unifortnity in the water level' removes one of the great, objections experienced in discharging coal at the present landings; where, it must be thrown ,Six feet i in• height tit low water; whicn, in addition to thee:- tra labour, has a tendency to bleak it up, and render it less valuable. (-The plan also affords a continuous towing path,. an ample extent of wharf, where the coal Witt may,lie at'all times in perfect safety,, riot. incribi i [Boded by.the..see vemele,which aretobii arranged .on the' icer side Of the basin., entirely , intparateW from each other, the coal, &c. between their, handy to both, and affording tr i p&ade a splice for its acconrmodatiffii double ' Bich can be! obtained without a basin. - . , The plan of tide-lucks and docks, or basins„ has been long in use in London and LiverpOol; All the shipping there enter them to discharge and load their cargoes.-and are considered, Om long experience. as affording the tiest.leoniniona non for the convenience and safety of trade; The ground upon which the plan is propeated to be located is at present, a marsh, several hundred feet in width, nearly the whole distance, and is mostly covered With water at hilt tided and left bare when the tide recedes, exposed fto the action of the son, which in hot weather - hae more or len tendency to, -produce en bn , it healthy effect epee the surrooneing countrylind the city. This inconvenience. or it may be Mid nuisance; it is believed. will be entirely renieyed - if the plan is carried into etfixt. All the owners of property along its tange.i ill be . equally benefited. - - i • • , :i _.. e It has no eennection with Fairmount Ram, 'anti as far as 'the information received by j ml P Committee goes, they have at present no reiscpri t d 'to believe`that it will have any tendency to r; lit tera the Water Works.• ••• , e Resolved, that the plan of basins and tidelitcbs to be constrained' on the west side of .the fiver Schuylkill, immediately opposite.. the. City of Phil __ adelphiti,for the accommodation of theCtail Trade 'leas of Schuylkill ail described in the foregetng Report is apprbved provided they are so constrncted iiis to conforrolto r of-the estate of such regulations as Councils may recomine d to lunatic. the Legislature of the State. for their eanmi . •Ohler, committee' of Resolved, that the Committee be dischtiAMd id, on the 23d da of i from further consideration of the subject sit nit i n the office or the Le them. ; ,-1 Allot which Is reipectfully subMitted. of common Pleas of ! osue& Liertricorw.ir SOLO& aceoun as -.-- • Joint P. WITREZ 144 . . YOE R. CH4IPIDLEEt 9 • - . • all persona intere Lswassos Lawn, •,, ;. the unable, Judgeof , • .. Beni. W."Hutonitsr4; aforesaid, have ap- ~, • FIL 1•• • y of,-Marelt, 183 at . FILED.. % IMET . Donis S. mint. , i or the hearing ofitbe , . . Demos IM'Camor, • i se why the said ac ! . , . Thos. Lamas:Kß. -. owed, 'and in de edit I Thos. Dumas. • i nfirmed. 4, , , W ILLIAN RAWL!. i lvin Blythe, President .. Sons •WIRCIAND, 1, • aburg, the 7th day o CHARMS S. Bmrru 'i t i. • Mr. Lippiocott is }be President of the 1 tsy , kill Navigatiun Company. ) i Feb 10 ---- .77, _. . • 0-0 SOCIETY 9-4 1 1 XfZI 14. 1838. as worth on Fri. • mi. riawt. in demand. he bushel—reatly el in demand. ! in demand ! emand. ! el. uahel. 1 , n demand. in Legs 12 ceas el in demand ir pound. 1200 N, 2,01 hea. I On. rmitry, day o(Febro 10 o'clock, A NONNIG, art Sergeant my Cavlary, the 22d. Day timer's Hotel, at STON, S. 1-3 ac SariMeehan len for $440. 29 [l3 alth of Pennsy l iff of Schuylkill Whereas Amos ,ugh of Pottsville, iu.our Court of of Schuylkill, a. rough of Potts drec and Forty 1 money, ts-c. for Plasterer done, leo for materials provided, within .ut the erection wilding or Tene• the borough of ailed the Lockup to belong to the against the said also against the .uilding, and so adjacent theret.,, , . ration, as may d ustial - porpoites of a Lot No. - r -. the said sum still id Amoe Turton; make known to L. ugh of Pottsville, hold or occupy and appear before A" a roan of Corn . urg for the coon eCeding the lac if any thing the • of Four Hondr • e cents should no' ' the uee.ot thrown. lin Imes and effec h case mitdran. iern expedient, an. nt. • 'Blythe, Preeiden burg, the 25th de •ad eight hued re UDENIZIED, Prothonotary t, received arid f. J. CLAYTON. 1— es l notice ion!) tlio , de bted for Count! ortinian townah l is 'determined Mises to pay—s rat of March, wb , : p. property will ;ROSS ROLL, Collector. 4 AU,DENRIED,, Prothonotaily =I Ofee , the Schttrlk#l Natrigatiod;icong. •,' - - inki•-' ' - li'• ' • Phliadlpyia Fehl'iti;TY 'pity. Board of Ma a ge* have this day•Slesd ar. .a. ed a Wviderid 01 I2i percent; or Ott share on the capitalatock ot.thogotopeoy-tlior Ate last six months . vebiebrwilnaiiiald tti theittpe ' Wens oi their leial representatives ois•antLafter 4 tib inst. • . CLAVIPMAIAIL .- . • r. M 10 , 1-3 'hollow Ili • •• ious WHARF on the South or Cedrr street, t 600 feet long, ,Nsith ogth for 8 boats to un 'me, ,Tbe Wharf will Possession wilt be given Apply to , • LAWRANcE, '- tit 3d, near Arch pt; 1-3 FM lIMM ■ DISTRICTS. *Tilt - • Brunswig, (E) Priffiswig, (W.) ranheim, . , Matuaitow, (P.) lialumtongo, (L.) Norwegian, 9rivigBburg, eiwgrove, usik, Schuylkill,• • Tamaqua, onion; Wayne, West Penn, thoreseing'statetitimt exhibits not only th dividende-er-Stahi apptopriatiun . for the AY common School year (tW) payable on or afte the Stet Monday of June, I SMI, when that . yea commences, to all the districts 111 the comity but also those for _the lilt, 2d, 3d, and 6th echo° years (viz: 1835,1836 1637 and 1838,) now due t. such d iatrici iota have either not accepted or no yet applied in the propel manner fur their mor.ey. The whole amount ofSthte appropriatuin yetdue each district, since the Bret year ufihe system, is exhibited in the last coliinin. . 'l'he State : appropriation for . 1835 or the first sehnol year, we. $75,009; for 1836. or the . second 1175,000; tin 1827, or the third, *200.001:4 tor 18311 Or the fourth and present. school year, $700,000. (including the building. Pond of 115011.000;) and for 1839, on the fifth year, at will be 6100,800 if the law remains unaltered.thirt if the Legisla lure add $lOO,OOO it will be X 309,000; making en aggregate given by thetate see the cow mence. tnent of the system of S ,250.000 Without, or 81.. 350,000 wuh the expected increase. Undrawn divident:s pf the two first years' i sppropriation.ure to beireceived !Tom [lacuna', Treasury ! , • , t . I The dividends ofkillisequent years are pay 'aide by the State Troashrer, ,on application to the Superintendent. 7 6 '(te following is the hunt of the -necessary certi este, which should be forwardedlo ti'e Stiperintendent, in every case, as soon int the facts Will justify it,: • "il Dintrint 'Fat for 14 • (Date) Tqt the Superintindefit Of Centrum Schools. '`Nia—tdo hereby certify that a school tax amounting to ' dollars . cents: ha been, regular - le levied and assessed, for tit school year 183 . upon district county; that a warrant j for the collection there° has been delivered to the District Collector ac carding to - -law; and that the ,aforsaid sum. to a least equal to this. distr*t's annual share of th State appropriation- , ”I do further. certify that " - Post Office, . , county, is I lawfully appointed Trbasurer of this Distri "Attest, ! Signed, resident. ..-- Post Office, county: Secretary. Post Office. 'county." By the next mail after the receipt of the fore going certificate at thiadepartMent, a warren on State Treasurer for the apprepriation of the sire rent year, will be seritito the District Treasder, together with similar Warrants for all undrisvn dividends of former years, ' remaining in ?be State Treasury. To obtain the latter no Midi. o k Lionel tax is neceirseryt so that one tax, for thr current year, equal to the District's shareeof ht ordinary annual &snit appropriation (.200, ; will be su ffi cient to enable it to receive all ir. @ends of former undniwn appropnationa. As soon as a District, previously non-ac ing, accepts the syateni and receives its m from the State Treasury, it is thereby ent to all money remaining: fur its use in the Treasury, provided it pts before the 1 Noymnber,lB3B. In that cue it Is- the dut the County Treasurer topay over , such m forthwith to the Direr* Treasurer, oo the of the Board of Directors. ?be beat p such acceptance and o the teecipt of the m se] frcm the Tress r, is the circular wel accompanies the watt nt of.the Superinten r on the production of.. hick the County Tr ae rev will be perfectly s ae in paying over the dends in his bands. 4 / Acceigance of the Ccitscrion School system n der the present kawa, cyan only take place b the .vote of a majority of such citizens of each n. accepting District,' la, assemble on the el IX electing - Directors, ibeipg in. most casts the and • Friday in March. Tl.4e ciptens then - asse4lled have two acts to perfo4m. Ist, to elect Diu:eclaira, which must be done Whether the aystem is da be put in operation or not; and 24 to deem/ he question whether the system shall he accept s or not. This last question is only tq.be submi d in suet, Districts as p reviously rejected the syst . but not in accepting diatricts, and may be dec . ed in the affirmative by &mere majority of the ir' polled.—See the 13ffi. Bection.rot the Com School Law of 1836. t. . . Helium thew explained the -condition of State appropriations, I the manner of obtskiii them, and the mode laccepting the system, e Superintendent won respectfully address a word of information OW advice to the 'citizetia of such townships, wards apd boroughs as ha not yet received it. .10 doing this he has no wi I officially to become the. advocate.. of the iyatein, but solely promote the interests of those-Districts, by explaining their precut situation in relatit to - A. t - By the first Camden School Law (that of lit April, 1834,) if onri number of Districts in a county—sees one—el eepted the system, they bo came entitled to the. jeceipt of the whale State tap. profanation intcpcleid fur all the districts in the county for thatllear. This harsh provision war repealed by the isuppleittent of April 1.5, 103, which enacted that nen-accepting Districts should have two years. ((which of course counted Iron, the date of.the supplement,) within which three they inriht accept and ye the forfeiture o: the undrawn dirrid+da. Be ore the passage of the supplement, , hoever. the fort p pre ebMetn. plated by -the act f 1834, , - taken place,ie alseveral. counties, far as related to the appha Ptialion of the 6*tichual 'year (18334 I Thus the laefe'risained till the passage tof ihe Common Sch laler of June 13. 1836, and the ci declaratory rescilutipm od'27th 1 837. "re. lative to unduly! balaineM in the School Fund." By the. at operatipn of these acts the period of ' forfeiture %vat further postponed. WI. the In of November, 1838. (nicrt November,) with this dill formica that the forfeited dividends are not td be distributed among the accepting DistrictrofAhe same county, but ar s e to be added to the principal of the general Cairo.lion School, Fond in the State Treasury. the interest of whiclinaly tsainntially distributable .i - , But though the law tlinp,:thet legal *0 of acceptands Intuit beibethrintd ireitedderablittime before the let of Notember, 1838. Under .tbetel. 311 - INERSTAIIIHIM - r_. '; iss- diOi'Oeing /Aroma molt */ of 84,440,1, 11 ..p010* , 4 •• i4835. t - leap . 7 orfOited .60 85 ,210.:55 , - . 137 - 25, °47910 A 137:2 : , tic). "178 04. - 622 /2' ', 17804 - Paid • • Paid.loo4 -0; 158_61 . :554 25 08-01 .157 32 649 73 1636. 15 35 35 .76 46 67 Paid. 41..56 41 53. Paid • 53 45 Paid 14 24 , 210 88 Paid 20 '7l 48..36! 48 531 Paid orfaited do. 43 :.64 . 3„83 16 . 5 • 116 53 , 95 # 1127 19 #75 475 28 154 3 313.03 jl3 856 90 /00 . IN- 35 72 51 ~ 541 72 143. t 44 - 951 85 185 id 1065- 88 -4—.1....... i . ' . . 3018 92 ..-1 . . . lining law non-accepting districtecan only adopt the system by the vote of the citizens issembled to elect Directors, which in toast cases takes place on the.thied Friday in Minch. Hence:it follows that though the completion of the for. Mimeo does eat take placeitill Novembei, yet, that the-act ofaceeptince which du Slone prevent it from attaching, must be performed Ibr townships in Merck and for wards and beroughs...at the time next spring when they elect their proper of ficers. Nor bp the operation or this forfeiture confineibto the appropriation of the current year, butembraces - those often the-mire since the corn- I mencement of the syetein.--- theist .• . ~ sections, This being the manner- andleffect of the for feiture caused by continued rejiition, it becomes proper to state the consequences of preseuvadop thin. -.-; . Acceptance of the System next Spring will _not fasten it on the Distnet toreirvir, but only till the Rpring of 1840, or for Iwo years at the end of which tune it may be discuntineed by the vote of a majority Of ell the qualified voters of the' District, if the exuerimect should not t provo. sat ilifsctory.-,See Sec. 13. • Present acceptance willprevent thei fin-failure not agouti but offour orfive yeos• State appro- priation. including that of next school year, a mounting in the aggregate to about &I to each taxable Inhabitant, or to $2,000 iii a District con taining SOO taxablesonthout counting any thing on a probable increase of appropriation by the present Legislature. i Acceptance next Spring, and i ii l i te oonsequent receipt of the above accumulated ividends, will only burthen each District, next year, with , a school tax equal to 641 cents on leach taxable. -4, This tax, however, is • not to be paid in that proi portion breach taxable, in the manner of a Kill tax, but will be assessed-on- the. property. profes sions, and persons that pay County rates, and on such-personal property as paid Slate tat. The school tax on a township having 500 taxables, and receiving $2,000 of State ippiopriation , would be something less thans32s. • _But in reality, acceptance will not add much if any thing, to the burthen of taxation. in the most populous counties. It is knnwn that in ma ny District s the tax collected by the Commission era for the'education of poor children, is equal to the sum which would benecessarY to entitle those Districts to the receipt of the conic* School Funds, if they should adopt the 'system. Nor would it be necessary iwmost caws, to levy a tax beyond ihe lowest amount-necessary to secure then Slate aid. because their atecomulbted State appro- ' . priation offbar or five years, will be su ffi cient to to build or otherwise provide good, school houses, to thus leavingthe currentlear's tax and apemen )) ation wholly applicable to instruction, for which la pa-pore it would be nearly sufficient. If the system be adopted cat Spnog, only t- one other tax-after that of next year, must nee y essarily be paid. firlhe Districts,.they xi will have an opportanity of discontin ng . the 1 System at the tri-enniat eleetton on e fi rst herr if Tuesday of May. 1840. . The itayment of this sf tax, equaLto. 64i etnetalor each taxable, will 7 probably entitle them, beside* relieving them er from the poorischool tax, to a Stine appropriation' of equal to $1 for each taxable kir ithe second-year. 7 So that the payment °fill 30'fot each taxable, In ;h two vein. will enable those Dottricts to receive it, 85 for each taxable, from the State, in the same tie- time. • • l'ri.- i Paid do. forfeited Paid Portaged I Paid Paid Portaged , do. MOM Paid - Paid do: • ' (' • do. 195 52. 1183;10 Paid Paid, 54 39 .190.03 113 94 .398 18 Paid •,• Paid: 72 51 - -4 , 375 -99 184 44 'S74 81 165 18 - 647 01 Hence-it steins to be fix the interest of the don-ac-cepting-Distriets, to take the matter seri ously intodeliberationeindependent of all consid erations arising from the merits or demerit of the Common School System. 'Though the System is yet in its infancy' it has produced some decided and , salutary changes in the Districts evbieb have-adopted it. • The&lisol Reversers generally much'inipro ved, beingreither new, or well inpaired, and more equally and conveniently loeanul than formerly. The esiwirpousotOn of Teaches* is increased-fully one third. and the profession - is rapidly and pro portiobateiy rising in usefulness and independ. - ence. The number of tatight in the Com mon.flichooliyis at least doublelthat of the schools. obich preeeded-theurin-the..inime districts. The diratien of teackittyr inleacle.year is about the samee The had of Instructigni is iO all cases as good, and in most better than in thy old schools. vitt The coot of teachia ,noiwithstauding the - In. created compensation pf the teacher-0e proved eqeditiou gif trio luouseJ arid the better or der apd .Mind of instrucition. lie only one half of what it was before the Osten' went into, opera. don. Formerly it was .2510 n an average over' the State, now it is $i 121 for each pupil per quarter. 1•_ ,; - In the old same n p ame altrier t h eir own education. and some 'wets edricatedet the expenee of the county. This eutipesant' distinction "is not found in the Commqn koala. All receive the same kind of instrection, l paidlfor out of the same. common sleek. Than is no room., them: lore, for partiality on timpart of .the• teacher. to wards particular pupilit, or of distioetions among the•acholars. I . Bat it is not on *eaglet of ese.lits undeniable fruits.-that the non.acoeptingilictricia are now addressed. These facts ereilluded to merely to show that there is no dente in the experiment. The object of the Superinte denti is to ley the whole matter helms thoes4)**lo.,that they e may act understandingly the r subject, when e they make4beir final decisitin-next spring. • Asa friend, he watilii-adtise alltp•accept the " System ,for the nest two years. because at the • ,end of that time it call be-dimntintied if . fitunif. D iosofPiciedt. In the meantime the aeeumulited . if funds of` five years will bertiscuredii.antreern be b applied.to,• the permanent-4 "movement of the h school houses of the diatrictiand to a lair trial / of a the Common School mode Of teaching At the l it end oft time, if the ',stem tliecooduued, II each District will be Ws ? * biases, end of in k on soU r yet of hietttintloo: which viili bell,'" troth n I the totieilAiqleigt 6 / S LEAL' ' 1 • 4 114. " • • If* span& Wow: aa'y ' --s i --- m......_ '2,4 - - •001erairialitiatiiiiilitia, v i s • e slob' 'iriiiiii, r tweilitretiAre :oppoloo• I to ItVo km6,84'16)8 lideßitioe men, shalt be 0 Direcitoel4 Pow will . hul k it in tat', po ' ,to ' keep-Oown wti Alm* el ung 4 taxation, end - to [hole -the esperi4l:t us- math inanneir as to plemt soy impute • of Werthilit tow-the system • litilieh men. oho: . prima • ' . Iselin, of the mimity °fibs - 14: rt;iwill ,wilblie eatfideoleWhiiiir with thew lOW the (:whether filr Ocs i tileat Common will 11, itt,tri!ory &' 'District: - I _ :. ' IND: IL BpR wig; . I I - -,, 1- , . sari annioung,Seheets. i • aretriaaVeleesice. .1 I Hariisiborg, ignOkri, 13. 183$. il I i - 1 kb le ''' . .l! -- - 1 11:1..: J r re i '.-- -- ei sr ' r' 7441: r. 1 •••,- ;mai* a sr, ;[..stso 30 1 189, 00 304 33 910,03 005 90 90 %111111ITTI. STA. JO 31+AkiOACEL. Trees, ef BrAnylkk Geeliajp..horMeseht with thei4.. mansiesiesters of • VortekOstinty, , irnrei -the 4th lidete t Amara% 1837. tetire !fey Ohms both day‘ isciarint. --- • • ' • DR.' To 04 remaining in theThiamin' as air'eettlemea4 • ' I $3817 48 To Cub 'reiimited from the following Colinctone of the (liftmen& toirashipe • stted: , Ems 130-neweiehi Frederick Sassainan ins IPIT 86 Andteir Rack . 1836 660.80 AbtriMm Seltzer 1837 .1 Uni 40 We Drama& Solomon Bensinget lin full) 1835 John Ell Long. Depot, 1896 &hued! Shohenhater 1837 A jir Achy J l V:"Ssloh yae7 i'lile Hjy John .nyclier jr Musk Audrey, Wlllowur *. ( d ip full)1835 FnWefick Fuedt 1832 ' Union. Marko Miner Jubn , nimble no fon) 13cojaiplautzer Jacob • moon • • • S'citejLea Leonsit Moyer Lew-is IDrebes MBA* Haller (in Nu ) Frederick Bensinger jr Barry: 'I, Georg Kealei' Jonathan Yarn/all John ,13ohch Upper lahantango. Peter Pelherdf(in Il full) 1896 Jamb Betfingten 1837 , Lower Jacobilleberheg • b kali:aft % JaconHeherling 1831, John Stein 1837 Jeenti Eyer fuH) Peter!Kern (in rail .1836 George a. Bticliter(in full) N 0 „,„,,,, m ,„" • Nathiniel J. Mila BeisAmin MOO" . Rush. Daniel Stewart Aaron Boughner Michael Haber Micliael Huber • . Orw(g Jacotr D Fran ainerg Johnlikif . West Pant. Davi4f Zehner 1 t A bi=ein v i v er 1 To c ash repelired of the Conuniationers being money loaned fog the um of ' the comity - 11900 00 To Cub received for unmated lands re demi& 296 98 tan on Mineded lands s -VS 96 • for land sold by Conindalionera 101 12 of Peter Kern fora nom 200 qo William IL Hall, egg. 6npv collected by idol, Samuel De PM. now for fines tor non-accem office of Collector iniacellankma Niter FAAdwiglnee • Joeephihdorgan amour con repind to county To Balance reinainiza John M. Bickel, . January 2.1838. By Cash paid coda in behalf of the Com monwealth • • • 1478.00 Costs on suits against retailein ' aO6 premiums iln fox •calps . - 174 371 • road in to ,auperviams • 248 78 taxes aritith had been overpaid . 4l bed steeds lbrjail' 15 stationa i lt e thitig - tor prisoners and I .'" . I Mae 10 15 1, fuel. , • . cenvictsiMpenitentiary ) Medical attendance on prisoners ' ' fine for non acceptance of collector* • ' • • ship returned , repairs of public, buildings 1 printing • . '. 43. teaching phor children . 1 1 loath rth ' 10250 interest °Foul • 2706 01 directors fthe poor and bortstrefent• Pkrl2llol.. • 4426 re itos gene pa ral rilpction monies • ' -21163 05 4 05 irint wifteo 'books for laces and for court • 41 . 87 . aseenortriv4l4 l l - 219 19 0 gr and. petit. traverse jurors. and - , • stablesOM 70 ,Constablers nidearge and wag" . 71 67 road jurors . " 113 21 485 75 Coroneesiroca _ . . Jacob A enbich atialdan, le =it - house 18 mouths .. * ,30 00 t3heritillaishisberirsairdiadorefrith 50 • 4. • lardwrg de do , 1126 18 Clerk "Oen% fees " . 151'83 Fredoli Ileaseroxotrl Oyer I , 47 12 Jacob% tiello fora ttending pub; ' rWE extra eersioes ' 71 21 proses!: • attomey'etear •s 1 1 1: 1 7400" - ii t ete 'Com *nen' Clerk for 11 months , 25 C. Laud a for lathing an Index . . .i...y m r . ° s a e , -, - ,......1 .., I 4)0 •3'ohnlic ' erjr. late Cortn*in* 00 Philip. . resent . 0 18 •: '"• ' l 00 „ Att .rrt da ' 'do : 0 4 k ' - i° la I. by a tbP93OO for-width the Week .•" aura mends bhargird. twice: in .4-, ,•• `• : acarkiit • rik by caa4 r irldlerditqw,for eatirag . •._ lean FxBo.l;l l ''s • - ..:, .1-.. •• ( 1 0 Bthinth thebandi oflogibf.wpr.., ....... • e k ti l i r ir . a ..# 11 ..... -. ~-it . 4 - i - 4. 4 4 ,- - 144 ..,:.-q.f4 -ti . • • - I .411 i 1.•••1 •4 - • I • -, • 1• - . -41 EINEM ' "' goo se 1 980 86 887 91 24500' . ' • ...... 913 77 931 25 100 00 48 73 s. 1835 1836 1837 - 81000 360.00 1140 45 1300 lb 1834 1888 1106 1837 sa 00 143 05 26816 60 00 481 21 1834 1835 1836 1637 10 DO 40 00 537 139 150 00 737 89 92 57 50 00 260 374 1834 1836 1837 279 52e 648 00 920 52 101 54 = 84 -1 fai BO ...... 833 1i; 1 b 4 17 1209 10 2241 21 350 C-48 183 .4 825 00 1824 200 00 18/1/4 383 500 244 00 181 00 425 00 1105 200 00 181 405 50 11134 605 50 55 00 36100 416 00 119 46 370 OP 473 00 ... 964 46 EH do do ice of the 10 00 1 35 25 22 • 12 60 -40 go -74 E2l . ha* of - t i er. *bill day van Rli CO 13MM1111 MME . ' - t ,'A V.:;-'44 2 ,44fil . ~ ' .:7.1,.1iZ-, .i:.-Zill.. -4 , 0•14.105, 41411.. t. -'..4. i 44, pi:4 AsktuiLiolgt .11 4 kW . ..! -9,..•.1.; ...,-F,,i:q IL A Ra b a , w Atv.. 7 ,,.,,••,,,. -,.,--;: :1 . I - '; ".;-: - ''':fl!!!M.V4s-:'; - ! , . iiaeliat ' ' 11,liaii: _,'-':_:. •r - rA 7 , -, -::.--11Vilke,`..,1z --- : 1 4-104thsitietii*ii ' Weilif"''r!Ar - 4' 4 t, 881 " 1 7...1, ~ .- _ - —.. , .... ....., . I'.'-,••-:.,-:, , .-.. -. , ' . 1 - • ' .-::-....:_ ~,.....:4,--. ' l4 "ltki .4 Milk - , ./333:::`,1 83/11, 31 7 - : - , .-.,4i1:81;,0,.„,0,: ? M lienjunlia Hefiniil'ilillSti<!-;541t46 -! -,.- - ..;-2-VPW,c';; Rau Deli .... I. ]i, 1837--.: - • .41131:11W. ' - "t'..";:' , ..; , t 1 / 4 '4' , j0t:,,:44 ,•• , -. _..,-_.i-i - -.:-.14.6-,..- 4181241t.tta7,:4.' -- atreak' -•-•• , •,'..!t . 4 774'441'.:4.t Daniel Cbtiathin - t-111114-';,-- . ; _ 31' ''. -. 4•, - ,C,' 4 1,4.ite 7 44,i', Daislel cheisual .4;1835 ...:-.1:: ,94 '7'.. , 4 - ‘t,':•rt . .-4•r..1 5 ,- i.,24---,4, - • - ' - .• , - 4 ', I 3 - - .- ~iz i : .: ~.-., , , ..36L-1.17-',!..tp,r t tfiZ..-11 - t4,1 4 , John talf;tN, ' -,i - 48:17 -- - ' 7 --:- '•. 1f , 6-;;,..;'4-,* . ' .. .:" ' • ..,.",. •.• •' '-' 41 .47. -- :ifV. . '-- ' :: k: . :r- - - -- - - _.,4gfi -, Freda iek4Tani 1 1 • , 1 •-•-•E'.:,-4±5--:finkr . g i .- N 1. : ,-,,,, f i Abtabank i1e 1 0,4 :1 , -- I ' -,!. 7 ' "" 7.. tiV.. , A.1N - .q • ' : - • - A ' - I .llronueeijr.% ' ''-• ,_,,, L ,7.4,410i.',.; Dant Sholien tieilB37'-' . - :' ! 52' 1 ! ..11110147 1 5 , 4 , r;' - t: Y. `•ii.:l.--4.,-,1r.e...trh.F.. naderiek Frii.4 1:4831'''. 1 -14 t i*.;., 4 ,A%- t 4X144,,,,1'f:11 Frederick Fr te4 lll3f, '1 • 18.,-;;qpl&::k7e,"*4 ..„‘ , ''''N .a. - ... • :./Ol ...', , g'-Eios , • ruyirpink.., . 4 , . . ... - ... ~, , i7.-: - - -.;•.4.7, , ,F .. g.1c, Jacob &make 1 I 1038: ; . 35 so ' '-,1 , --.):6 2 ,:le t r*-04-,P.t , ...-; ' .. , .;ttv:.•- , -44' Waebael Haber' . MS. •' .84 -:- • 't: •-: -.4.- Michael Huber I • 1836. - 44 ' s l'. •:i -.-...' • vl .. ' fi Poet 'Filbert ! ' - 1837' 145 'Pt: .'-'"!,1;:Z.4,.;-:' , -.Z: . • ' •'1 " ..' -4 7 -- 1131114rtivo-4-.f5--' 1 . ....., -,, Weal David &b ,-Ra- net. 1 • 4 1 ! *-: .- :. , 1836 .218•- ~,-.-, Abraham Wiee 1827. -ta 40 -i 1 ' -..-,.. loGro, 2: -- ;-,:•:' •,::.4 ...-..:'_ri. • ME - I 1 , Swab - v 1 [ ~,,i W° Andrew Ac y #* ! 1835 Jahn Saydnr,..,(r. 1837 Kaki Biller lcr 1834 Uenjawsn Lantur, 1836 Jacob Zumperonia 1837 . • ' Rang.• . Israel Reed 1832. Jonathan Yarr*ll 1836 John /Mich Is3B Rusk. William Faust• 1834 „k 64 78 4 Solomon Lindner '• 1835 '-' . . .11 Erantel Stewart,' '1836 11 51, Aaron Bonin* 1837 33 .., U...3lehaittairgo. Jacob Bulfiniton . 1837 • . - 4. ' Jacob Hebeilid alehe l ' 3442 John Stem scsityLkilk card Moyer 1884 21 06 is Dscher. 1 , 1835 558 07'.. Beasisfrer 1837. 867.20 .- " . --L 1448 38 • .1.23472 7'• the Hsuarefie tae Judges end Cant of ippi, t -: • steirPf, sea of Schrytkill 'l"tounty: THE r , ubsCribers. Auditors of ths,Ceentx 4.. SChtrylkiii,respectfully REPORT; that tlitiiitavii, . audited, se:titter and adjusted the accounts of the commissieners and Treastfrier.of Schuylkill , . county. and lubmit.the abote Statement as the result of our ekaminations from lehichlt appears. there is a bar remaining an ithe hands elks Treasureel it M. Bickel. amounting I. firer: • ; thousand eig t• bemired and seirsety eight dol.' lays and :seven and ti half cents. Witness our hands. ;la •nary 2d. A. D. lir. , • . -11 l AM. NEISCH ENDER. •JO SNYDER. ' . . EH ARD L-FARQUHAR. k • February 7t 4 1838. • 41 Vahusb e Coa and 71nber Land ' -R BALL. a • • • T 4 FOR S . . „, iTuAitt in Schuylkill minty on' the knee: _.ill waters of e little Schuylkill river sod hi thii' Eiati ffirst coal rett Of Beaver Creek m s- cori;shtivig 5129 tf . Acres and 1 Perches, strict re ; tbittlandt is covered wi White' and Yelk) . • • - •'• . •!. PINE TIMS • - sad )b JudgCs to be of the first quillity.thtt Hulk; Sibuylkfil riil road nine direritly *Omagh the, above "described . tract of Landoind offeriln-esat and convenient ,paisagittothe PluladellibleinaS. l- 7 keit: For tu4therperuculatssd piss the'subiati.f .. bar in Colo . bia.Laneaster eau ty.Pa. • . i F. . THOMAS. • ' • • Feb 10 I ' I 'l-3 aro --' - , i . . Lri i ablic, Sal • PUftsiyiNlT .in 'rut :sod ~. ,• ..tim . r. , greilni 4 ;, , Court tollebuylkilleratiittLs . V. ; .- • 4 ibir -, fifth day of February tieitZei'lt!,, ' t 'ilhailf:: tercoon, ieltFeger D tutifit.l " 7_, . '' r"1.. -- '411..14 , :, • ufinistrators of theeetite.oe. , . - d / 1 :74v4u*0r,, -- Blerke Cott y,•iiiciased, irill ' Oise to eatri*K .rotplie l'endue i . in Phivitrovo 'o° t , h, 'P r .e.ilseti* . . certainlnubdate and lot Of ground.'iStuats iiiir the .tosti f 'bill Pinegurre, Pinigrove tovittkihK,..!,'T. 13611trYlkillCoility, being thii i sciutheroitirtittlok.-,:' , : Oisfked N 04840 the general Plai'orsil l :4 l , , -wile the estate of tbiriatid.,......;:i,. ' 4 .31:'!" . 'if ordit:iir#• - c6O- --. .• . ..--. -, _ -,,,.._,,;:.., i - ~-- -3 - D ANIEti '. - ';'... - • . 1 4tDA*.WEITH93II44,-7 , : : • ir ,:;•;:- • 'Ykominiilitnini. -- - JO6I2I.IIII,toRGAN:!:I 4. ' 7 '. ' • ' ClerkP.:c , -- i ''', .1 • ,-. Jon WI i 'A'" -*LNOTICE ,''' Ili hereto' tiyea:ibat !ottani Widisdnistrat*'", •mitase Vintad to ilts steriber by tlwrWA, eider of S c , nylkill COuntY, of eresiattoCktwo - Wilde, Watevtif NoribainOto*ensinly MI person in a 'iid to said asiatts,,arcibrisefori! 4 i i i eq u'ested t tiOille paYn' sent to We tiolisoliber;int; Such wins a hay, thiiusiiiiia iiiitimo,p4l, Sent them ~ itothaeased saittkinest.. , .1 . I • .. ' EDWA • 3 WILDE; , • + "I . 11 ! i --7 "• ' AdminidrOwt ;',..' .„.., . . ; THEB I ;., spit/cm? 1 1TERSATI;: 41,11frar i g'iValiL , 'Ir- ' - - - 4-, ; ';' p'•#. .I. s .MOT ,in NOimiliiit•- -gt i -ISlTemVelt offi t ",* resifin iell'` ..7 ~ ~ v rit , 0 . 1 0111f01,1101W , C=eirelly ~;., r W_ltinNlea "tilitT ' P IS 111_46 P ; - , , 'f - froott ,PO feskin alopthi *el OrtdmiAlimesi ' - lir tblebamsient‘stprriliti)!radmirsettlo,•P -f - siiimillolllo4.lkonr 1 1 , achrtireA*C g s ' anistweiribboad ad mbar:, Alliiiii,- - .. `ezeillisit*llor Illaii, it thltgioclAcAlliloilif fejt fiet,'oll7o &met - Ai - -IV: ,- .. * - 4 fo st arz7.. .147 Os 0.1 11 90 *id °Clad , _ '',l . -: - --f'i ; 4 .9:a - . -Fa faxthiatiatkicakili' . 41: 1 :- . :, 4., 1.1 !,.. -*-1 ri .:.'-'• ..•77 '; - q ii, X , kirkisitti* . ''''' _. , " ‘-`.'''''-,-,- sti n - A,-- + .. v . . - ,- 4- ~ ......;.wr,„ 4. ECE WES El KS 10 • li0 ; • + 9113-r-- 1 31:„: t 5 86 75 1 BM sr 861 . 7A 33$ 73, 786 - 44 • 4, IMO MI , ,!'.