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OAY MOBBING FM 21. 1838.
P , •
Wetmore before remarked, that - this is
the ceilyetial region t, Pennsylvania open
--tnindividttal enterprism all the rest are?
th exclusive dominion and control
of eliairte companies. The history of
tbnope dons of this region, zontnuaed
with that of ottilisegHons, shows the wide
(lir 'belittle the interests of indi
sidual o rators and that Of ineurperated,
io.)oropiini It is the vim policy of the
colkinten lth to encourage and protect
e l m
•her•citimi in . every species of industry 'I
•., which ribUtee to the general welfare; , I
'Wealth, i protemente and population, flow 1
• from.suct encouragement and protection;
- this is tit source of her present greatness
• -and the a ly sure foundation of her future'
-.. ptesperil . It is not, howcver, by incor
• porating panics, and granting 'exclu-
' site peed! ges to one man or a number of
men, that this industry is-encouraged, ex
cept is t ose cases wherein the industry
of individuals is inadequate to accomplish '
the object in view, as in the construction
•. of rail .reads, canals, &c. Now the hie
tory of the coal trade shows, that inchvi
deals -." mine and send to 'market a far,
greater • mount of coal than crimparries,
with only a hundredth part of their capi
tal. This hey have done already, and can
and will o so long as they continue to
operate. ildw then can there be any ne
cessitynet ( incorporating companies? Eve
ry days! ost brings forth one or more
aplicati for new coal companies to our
• legislato ~ the object of the apPlicants, in
most i twee, is out go encourage , indus,
try, but t raise the wind by stock jobbine
speculati Nothing can be more inju•
rious to t e best interests of the common
wealth,then to incorporate companies with
such obj t o as every one must admit, and
whether h e object is speculation or not;;
.the awn t principles of state policy for
b's the nting of rights and .privileges,
i istebt with individual enterprise.
Bo if the legislatiire is resolved on incur•
ting aw coal companies throughout
Ail mate all we ask is, that this region
at least ybe spared; that there may be '
lift.arix NUMENT OF INDIVIDUAL INDUS
The . i ple have now .a fair opportimity
of judgm : of the hollow r heartedness or p•i
fitted 4 . agogues and anti-monopolists
in the co , . tof the representatives in the
State le! *- lure from this county. At home,
' thetirre t . loudest brawlers in the county
against al monopolies. At Harrisburg,
We. And tl m advocating the u.ost "odious
monopoh - ever offered to a republican
s esaesubly• —monopolies not required for
the busi , -of the region, and against the
introdua . of which nearly THREE
TII,OUS ND individuals of all parties in
the Coal rion . have petitioned; while on
the other aod, the whole county has been
scoured, nd only allow four hundred per
sons coo be foetid to sign in lavor of coin.
pinkie, i uding all the hands engaged at
the Little chuylkill Iron Works near Port
While n this subject,,yre' would merely
remark, t at Mr. Burden lately declared in
the &tali), "that the only men who had
evinced ary solicitude 'with regard to the
fate of t • hanks—and had urged .him to
use his in i uence to sustain them, were men
of the An i Bank party, and meh tvho had
ifiresided You bank and - anti corporation
meetings. Not in a single instance had
`any man f the opposite party said a word
to him on . ie subject. • What a commen
tary upo the professions of the dema
goguee— heaefriends I 1 the people !"
Nose , ~1 Company, in Schuylkill
away. ' W e lean] that '"SenTrilo Fratley
has wr its to several gentlemen of Tama
qua, at ' g that a Bill is- pending in the
Senate fo the incorporation of a new coal
company, to operate in Rush and Schuyl
kill townships, in Schuylkill county; and
that the persons named as conimissioners
in the Bill are, Charles Barrington, Ar
chifiaki Robertson, John R. Walker, B. E.
Carpente John R. Tyson, Tnaman M.
'j obbat, Samuel B-Fisher, James M'Cor
mick, GeOrge ReadoGeorge P. Little,
John Elvy jr. Josiah Randall, William
Ittysdale,[and .Daniel M'lnty re—all Phi
ladelphia ' except Mr. Fisher , who has
or us to state, that his name was
wit t his knowledge or consent.
• ~ The Se for adds, " I thinkit would be
figment! nett to yoUr entire section of
our cotmt , and.as far as it can effect the
Little Sc uylkill company's road, will be
m i t
to create w'-farge *Mount of tolls. The
Bill prnvi es for the payment of damages
beforwthe coinpany are permitted to break
gcnund; a every one who chooses may
fnt4fraect his road and use it, subject to
the pay nt offolls charged." .. •
We u enakrd, also, that the citizens
• of Ta convened a meeting, discus:
so d the bjeht, and decided, by a large
majority, hat they do not wish , any more
oompanieli incorporated, in tint( section of
tlin omit .
Wn . o • ite-add, that the lands upon
which ' propose d to locate, the above.
mot' company, are already twice
• crossed the LittloSchuylkill and Sus
queirantia bond . It would appear that
Altr.. Flat is determined to incorporate
sittumy I .companies as he can in this
Apßati ! . e infer from this fact a settled
region, Bis **Arum*. 41
Mint for sot giving him a majtSrity a t
hist election: Lot him go on 4n his career
sif viadict(ve folly!
Ejecta,* Party.—Mr. Pelts, Senator
from the' ounty of Philadelphia, stated in
the &mai, that the persona who composed
the meeting, lately held at . Pat Carbon,
were not', Democrats, I)e . CHUSI their ipro-
Ceedingri appeared in an oppositirm pnper.
Why drittlt "the Party" issue.a decree at
Once, declaring that all liege 'Democrats
are forkitt associating with any person op
posed to Van Boren'. government, under
the penalty of being denounced and read
out of thti party.
• A good Juice.—The editor of the Dan
ville l otelligeneer copies the eulogium,ipaq
sed upon:l-leery A. Muhlenberg, by Mr.
Wise, 'of Vii ginia, as a compliment to that
Winterlhas at last come upon us in earn
est. Ou 3inday morning last, the ;her
ammeter stood at ten degrees below zero.
We have most excellent sleighing,• and
our streets are literally filled , 4 , ith sleighs
and sleds from the country. •
The; Governor hestolled o special elec•
Aim is Berke county on the Bth of March,
to supply ,the vacancy in Congress, caused
by the resignation of A. Muhleo.
The Conservatives of the city and coun
ty of Philadel,ihia, opposed to the .sub.
treasury Rill, held a rneeting,•rtn Mondity
evening last. The call was signed )by a
large number of the leading Derwicrats of
the city and county, with General kiiibeit
Paterson at the head,
Ocl,!' We refer our readers.totbe'able
Report of Mr. Barnard,fately Made in the
New York legislature, on the subject of
Education, which we have commenced in
this paper. The conclusion of the report
will be given on Saturday.
Ili the course of the debate op the
Incorporation of the %V) inning Coal Coin
pany, Mr", Frailey from Schuylkill took oc
casion to say 'Olathe hail changed his o
pinion on the subject of cot t i companies,
and that he could make it clear that corpo
;Ilions for mining purposes, did not gvner,
lly inlet:fire with individual enterprize.,
Is it nit strange that Mr. Frailey should
change his mind on the subject 'of Coal
Companies, when all the inhabitants of the
Coal Region , (except a few interested in
Schell it !Merman's Company,) are more
determined in their opposittoplo the intro
iduction of anymore coal companies in this
'county, than they ever were before?
[Prom the tiarrOlborg Telecephl
TO TOE PEOPLE OF SCHUYL
! KILL couNTY.
In the: Intelligencer and Democrat of
this place, of the-13th inst. there appears
a sentence, purporting to be an extract of
'a letter, (private) dated at Pottsville,. Feb
ruary Bth, in the following language:
"That lOud . and deep are the curses of
all purtieit against the conduct of our re
presentative's, Frailey and Krebs, and, that
both are 'believed to be interested ia the
Ofibrmari Mining Company." Although
we little fear the effects of such art lora
mous charge as the one referred to, attiring
our fellovv replesentatives, we tsli.e the
earliest opportunity of refuting witz pro
nounce false in all its parts.
• Whilst on this -subject, we beg !mime
further to say, that during the last contest
for Representatives, in Szbuylhill cOuntY.
tho Journal of the nate of last year, was
carried through three toweships in the
county, for the porpoise ofoperating against
one of the subscribers, then a candidate
for the [Pulse of Representatives, and the
fact pointed out, that one of ui (Mr. Frai
ley,) had, supported the. passage of Coal
Companies during he last session nt the
Legislattire, and Adirtgl that Mr. Krebs
would, ie elected, vote for the Coat Com
panies referred to; yet, with all this exer
tion against Mr. Krebs, he received 221
votes in those townships, and his opponent
71. In 'other parts of the County, the
question of Coal Companies waif not raised.
Our course, we are therefure willinglehatl
be judged from this fact.
In conclusion, we will may eay„ that
whateveti limy- be said of us relative tb our
course.on this •subject, from that source
heieafier:, we disregaid • it, believing that
it eintin4tes from individuals' ready and
willing to make any assertion at this time,
and requires from us, or any ohe of as, no
further Notice.. .
Himitstsuiro, Feb. 14, 1111:30.
We ptiblish the foregoing fcr_ the infor:
motion our readers. We would Merely
state, dint 'during the cense*pret#ding
the elect ton of these gentlemen, the ques t
tion of Ina, companies, was nnt agitated;
that they were, both understood and be,,
lieved to :be, by Ail parties, the irrecon,
cilotible s ppponents of coal companies; and
that Wad they avowed. themselves Ito be
what they now are, they never,,coukt,baie
beenele4ted to the legislature. As regards
the insult to the people of the coal regions,
in the hitter .paragraph,. we !lime only to
remark,ithat where two representattives of
ihtf people lake-upon , themseliea ,to de«
notuce tee inhabitants of this iegiort, and
to,brandr Ahern, with, falsehood, cagyLtnlY
render tliemselves contemptible.
VIE" . DIIMMCI, 8 14 / OUR,
ti is DAM gin WWI
siri -04 i ii - A je
Ei4 h 4itek
Ileamssuao, Feb. 17, 1838. •
'-'"The Wyoming Coal Company Bill has maid
the. Home and Senate by large mayeritiem but :al
large number voted for it, who will oppose the
Offerman Coal Co. It was contended that it did
not interfrrp with individual operations. Tile
Stafford Coal Co. his hkewiee• pass ed both hoo
ves, bat not by two thirds. Tbe member front
Nortbainpton was called opon to Sly ithitber or
not it interfered with individual interests. He
salf.it did not... The Hazleton Valley Coal Coln
pany met ni qmetas to-day before the committee
of the Bonas—' 411ey reported against it. This
committee will report no bill fora Coal Company
unless it originates iothe Senate; they do so theo
merely as a• matter Of courtesy.. but will, to
men, vote against them when they come up.
Dave bed mach converutipp with the membe
and almost all that I hiCiriWoet with are op
to Coal Companies in the Schuylkill Regiun—an
from the information I have obtained, think, th
the Offerman Coal Company wtfl be defeate
when it cornea op."
'Signs —Two Van Buren ripen o
New Orleans have taken bold. and open
ground in favour of a National atak.-
Beauties of the Van Buren . Press
[From the Union Times]
His thick-headed. heavy-tongued, bow
legged exlellency, (Joe Ritner,) and his
black-leg -adviser, Thaddeus Stevens, are
in a fair way of accomplishing the disgrace
of Pennsylvania, by thsir foolish: Vetoes
upon the wilt of The PeoiSle's Representa
:lves, and by their hypocrisy in *am
mending restrictions on banking institu
tions, and thee opposing all attempts to
carry the recommendations into effect. ,
From Paulaan's .dirstricous Daily Advertiser
IRON AND ANTHRACITE COAL.
By an eirtract from the proceedings of the
British Aesociatine, &c. (given in Billyman'a
Journal,) we find that Mr. Crane has filly sod ;
needed in making iron from the ore; by use of
anthracite cu.!. at hie works in Wales.
The first cost of the • tiectissary buildings. ie
very small; cupolas being substituted for the old
fa.hioned stacks. No-time is required to proper
the stock 'before blasting, the anthracite bein
prepared by nature for the purpose. The iron
is better—the ore yields more, and ono-third onl
of the Usual fuel is required.
Mr. Crane applied for a patent bum our Gov. '
ernrnent, but to sponged by the Reit. Mr. Geiseni
helmet, of New 'York, who claims the discovery ,
Mr. Komi, a well known chemist of this cityi
is said to have also succeeded in reducing iron
ore with anthracite, and is perhaps also an opi
Considering the snbject of extraordinary in)+
parlance to oar state and to this city in partic
ular, as well as to our 'coal district...l am in
doced to ask from some of your readers w.
may be informed on the subject to favor es wt
some partienlare respecting the application
the discovery to our ore, coal and iron. Hay;
we isms sufficiently near the coal mines? Ai
any attempts oinking to smelt the iron ore with
anthracite, &c f And would legislative aid be
necessary or essential to its success Iti If•sc
should we not rise to a man and move in a matt
ter so very important? CAR/10164RM. I
In reply to the above we would state
that Dr. Eckert, of Pine Grove, is now ma
king preparations to make the experitrien
of smelting iron with anthracite coal; an •
from all we can learn on the subject, the
ta,but little doubt of the success of the ex
periment. Dr. Geisenheimer succeeder
in making iron, and bis experiment wool.
have te.aiized all his expectations, but fo
the misfortune of breaking his machinery
With regard to the -.quantity, of iron l o
in his' region, it is•understood to be abun
dant; and indeed wherever there is
there is always mole or less tron-or!
throughout Cie State.
Quantity and Coat of Fuel Consvatuul
New York in the years 1836 and 1837.
From the City Inspector's annual repo
to the Corporation, it appPais that in th
year 1836 there was .5 , 1.1 in this cit .;
243,7984 loads of fire wood, cumin'
£131,347 834 cents ; a•nd flat in 18:f
there was sold 208,4274 loads, costin
$05,471 844 cents. From which it ail
pears that though the quantity sold in 183
was greater than in 1636 by 54.629 load
yet the total cost was $65,876 80 c.en I
The qua..tity, of Charcoal sold in 18
was 291,8,06 tubs. at a Cost of $112,211
cents. In the yea' 1837, there was so d
284,110 tubs, which cost $83,200
Cents; be•ilig 7,776 tubs less than Were . sold
183.6. Less cost fur Charcoal in 1837,
$26,02.6 24 cents.
The ~ um . of Anthracite Coal tetur ~►
ed, is 5,609 14,1181 cm than in 1836. •
The report states that the aggrega
saving to the city 'in 18.37 as compar:
ith 1836, on the above articles of fuel,
$248 682 25.— Jour. Commerce.
It will be observed by the above, th!
the consumption of coal in the city of Ne'
Yo , k, in the year 1837. was less by 861
tons than in tlig:yeav 1836. So much fi
ti•lvernmerst caperitnents on the curren.
rruin the Ilarriebtng Intelligence,
. •February 16th 1838.
No mistake in Pennitylvani:
4The' anti Sub treasury resolutions th
tnortiitur passed the Senate rya Yule
Fl'E EN'to Tlk ELVE.
- ..POrtaftvarria • Dilaucuscvl4 sound
the core. „The voice of the K E YSTON
has *tiny forth, end will be heard in 11
.itgle , Or emigre& • piodahning the . defe
OW find schethe which thins - to' P L'A C
THE GOVERNMENT FAR ABOV
THE REACH OF THE PEOPLE.
• A pan in 1 3bini).,-"Well, Chelan," said
.gentleman this Marning to his boot litikek, "Flo
do yob . pt along these bard times r. "Oh, w -
amiss; we tub sad Wo:►—Baton Iregeseripi."
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Mr:CALH d UN'isda.':-. , , tfie'Kefiarti
in,; (biretta of r; Wejghte•Sub-Tifitastiry
Bill. ; 1
Mr. CALIIQUN argued; and attempt
elk° show that , there wasibut oneourrewcy,
-which was.the Constillutional currency.
Mr. C. spoke at length upon this hobby
of.he day, and very [neck, in tbe - same
manner that Mr. Bentot spoke two, three
and fLur years alike.
in the House tbere ' l ssas no business
thins acted of any importance. 1
1 , Wastrimmen, Feb. 16th.
UNITED STATES SENATE, .
The, Secretary' of War sent to the Sen
ate a Report of,all the' Contracts made
during the year 137 by the War Depart-
Ment. Ordered to be printed. .
rn ENDEN; presented e Mo
rial against !any deduction in the price
the Public Lands.
Mr. LINN presented a memorial in re
gird to the Banks in Wisconsin, having
rOtrence to a charter. On presenting the
memorial Mr. Linn threw out some severe
insinuations in regard to the Banks in Wis
li' nsin, which be said were owned in New
of* ri lly New . York capitalists. He
ought there where charters enough there,
anti Banks enough, and Banks there were
bad enough wiihdut having any additional
' Mr. TALLMADGE during the morn-
Mg in the /Orin of a Resolution called upon
the Secretary of the 'Treasury fur allthe
particulars in relation to the payment, dz.c.
of the French and Neapolitan Indemnities.
~Mr. TIP took the floor at one,
dcloek, on the SDB-TREASURY BILL.
Mr., , T. Spoke briefly,and to the purpose.
He felt bound' to go fur the substitute to
ibis Bill of Mr. Wright. He thought Mr.
Rives's Bill in all respects preferable to
the Sub-Treasury Bill. He believed that
ati immense majority of the people Were
opposed to the Sub-Tr'ensury Bill, and
kpew Cott the interests o 4 his own State—
d:le State of Indiana—and the interest of
t; whole Country required this oppOsition.
u promised `this country a "better cur
rlacy," said Mr. T. and you have given
ia worse currency than' it had before.—
promised us a hard money currency,
aei I ask where it is . You pledegd us '.a
bitter crethi than Bank credit, and a bet
tqr_circulation of solvent Banks, and I ask
yfu where that circulation is. Yon have
promised us bread, and you have given us
',I cannot, continued Mr. Tipton, under
stand the part that honorable Senators
base taken in this question. It is inconsis
ten dangerous, ruinous., I am, said' Mr.
Ti tun , for restoring the currency. I
opposed to experiments. Lam tired of them.
I see no good that can grow, out of this in
terminable war. I sea no excuse for and
believe that no good will 'result from it.
Mr. Tipton spoke for an., hour briefly
and to 'the purpose, opposing the Sub-
Treasury Bill with great earnestness and
determination, and venturing the declara
tion that the hill would!'find no support
with the great body of the people, however
much support it might find in. Congress.
Mr..CLAY followed and said he was
desirous to express some views , Kam the
Bill before the Senate, bet suffering under
indisposition, he did tint feel able to pro
ceed with his remarks at that ti - ffie.
Mr. LINN then moved that the Senate
go into 'Executive session, which motion
'TheSenate adjourned :over to Monday,
and Mt!. Clay will out thereforespeah
fore Monday, •
'in the lidotte the Bill r o , preserving
neutralayketriwen the untied States and
o'her countries' ivas under con,►ideratiun.
PctitiOils to Congress -The National It
teiligeneer stsites that the number of peti
tions pressntedlin the House of Represen
tatives on Weefoesdity last amounted to fif
teen bemired ; a greater number, we be
lieve, thanwere ever presented during
any whole Congress prior: to the year 1820,
and meek larger than ever presented with
in any month since that time.
The Washington correspondent of the
Ehilineore Chroicle of Y'riday, says;--1
learri n 'to day, that Mr. SUCHAZI#N has had
a spetch on the anvil, inr favor bf the Soh
rreasury Bill, for sonielitipi, but that , he
has declared his intention of killowing his.
instrUctions froin . the Leglslattire, in, good
faith 4! •
THE' CORRUPTION C SE..
Herr, C. Jones has made *n afro avit, which
has been published, of the afibir withittr. Rug
gles end states that ia the Course of the cantor
ration which took! place, this I'depcinent remarked
tbat be wished hie lock to stind on its own mer
its;tivi which Mr.!Ruggles replied:7. • ..
"Thitigs do not ko down here on their Own
merit t but by milling the right string, and if you
will Melba me interested t wIU pall the right
string?, otherwise ) will have inothing to do about
it,ule.sa you s i n the paper before' you go
ham This de nent andl' Mr. Ruggles then
parte Mr. Rugg es taking Mith him the spec
and -the d patent.—iCem fferahle---,
Thit House of Representatives of Mew York,
baste md resoltitions against the Sub-Treaau-
I? fi*ine by a vpte of EIGHTY •SEVEN to
NeroConsiiiaguin giod the Peeple.--Too
;ititet ing decisihns were nude by the Con
. -...0ni, to The
that the vote of the.
pitopl upon the New Conatittition, shall be taken
at thd general eleetion on the second Tuesday of
Oetah‘r, :-anoiheti, that the.ainendments 'should
I '. ilfsitiktd for en inner. and not separately.-
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• T1t k i ..210 146 .00 1 040,1PY•
Yo ask the or*
home'ilon the deep;
My homely' midst the bilkrive them. .
My bom4 is Where the wild winds sweep,
'Tis-where the migpatem king
Have snot "old "a *CO of soap"
Ye ask me of my home—
'Tis en the mountain heights
Where few of Earth's sons ever roam;
Where eagles make their noblest flights
To Mile upon the tempest's power
As angry thunders "sleuth them roar.
Ye ask me of my home— `?. .
My home is on Vhe isle
To which-the fairy spirits come •
That knew net of this dark Earth's guile,
That sing from every branch and tree
Their lively notes so merrily.
Ye ask toe of.my home—)
rrui by the moonlit stream
Whose wattle flowing gently on.
With the azure light of heaventicatn,
Whose voicesscends unto the sky
Aesoft as seraph's melody,
Ye ask me of my home—
My home it is not here,
But where the fields of heaven bloom.
My home, my wished for home, is there,
Where the Archangels shout to Him,
High heaven's brightest diadem. T. S. L.
Protested Plotes.—h was stated in the Louis
iana legislature upon the .uthority of authentic
documents, that the amount of promateti notes
is the New Orleans banks was 910,429,218; of
which there had been collected $1,151,487; settled
from ma mooths to eight years, '96,52.6.,8:13; still
Mr. Grundy's' Repent.—ln the U. S. Senate,
on Monday, Mr,,Grundy, from the Committee
on the Judiciary, to whom that part of the Pres.
ident's Menage bad been referred, relating to
boning and circulating notel of the late Bank
of the United States, by the United States 'Bank
of Pennsylvania. nude a report on the subject
which be read Occupying • three-fourths of an
hour] aCcompanied by a bill !imposing a fine not
exceeding $lO,OOO, or confinementiat hard labor
in lieu thereof; not exceeding ten years, for is
suing; or Uttering in any way, the notes, drafts,
or other seenrities of corporations chartered by
the United States alter their charter has expired
It alsolgires the United States Courts jurisdto•
Mom, for the purpose of imposing injunctions.
Wednesday, the 21st 'instant, is fixed for the
consideration of the bill.
Charge Bribery.—.l 'committee of the Ter
ritoal *siature df Wisconsin, have reported
a resolution for the expol.ion *of ALEXANDER M'
Gitrooa„meMber; on the charge of accepting i
bribe. We have not heard the particulars of the
circumstances out of which the charge origina
The Globe of this morning is evidently more
rabid than usual and devotes three of its murky
columns against the U. S. Bank. (Cause vy.)
Pennsylvania has just come out against the Sub
Treasury Scheme .!
The Glube calls the revolutionary sub-treasury
scheme the' Independent Treasury bill." True
—it is independent-4 the People!.
John T. Mason of Virginia, is spoken of as
the somnsor of Mr. Dickerson, as &Oratory of
In Port Carbon. by Win. B. Hull, tail.
Mr. THOMAS REED, to MIB S CATHARINE
MAt..KaR, both of the borough of Pottrville.
A rattling of the citizens of Norwegian town
ship, will be held at the house of John Weller, in
New Castle, on Saturday the 24th Inst. at 2 o'clock
P. M. for the purpose of taking into considera
tion the propriety of holding the :township elec.
tiun at'another house. MANY.
St. David's Day.
THE Wish Society in Minetsville, will cele
brate St. David's Day, on the first of Marth
1838. at the Douse of Mr. John Provost, and les
pecttolly invite their country men to participate
in the celebration. They will meet at Mr. Pro
vost's Ist 9 o'clock, A. M. and at 11 o'clock a ser
mon will be delivered at the Babtist Church, after
'which they will partake of a dinner at 1 o'clock,
at the above moritioned place, and the remainder
of the day will be devoted to festivities, becoming
the occasion of their meeting.
By order of the . WELSH SOCIETY. .
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REVIEW OF THE MARKED.
Powellle. February 21.1898.
WREAI FLOUR. by the . load waa worth on Fri.
day 88 VU.
WHE.A . P 1 5.0 per male!, is demand. -
RYE FLOUR 2 59
_per eit. iv dumped.
. BUCKWHEAT ' FLOUR seXmai. in demand.
RYE, by the load 90 cen "bliFetinabel—ready
RYA CHOP )O cents ply Imalielin demand
OATS 40 bents—ready infe: ---- '
'POTATCIES. 45. cents per hal In - demand.
CORN-10 cents per hobbit itudemand.
CLOVER SEED-25 50 per bushel.
TIMOTHY SEED-22 00: per bushel.
IS IFL XSEED-441 12 per bushel in deluged.
W KEY-42 cents per gallon.
Ettl ER -14 cents per pound—in Kegs 12 cents
,PM S-12 cents per dozen.
LAlll}-10tants per pound.
TALUWV-4centsper poimd. :
HAMS 12 leper pound.
CORN CHO .80 cents per bushel in demand.
BACON.--12 cents per polled. : .:: • 1
BEESWAX-18 cents per pound.- ; pr :
FEATHERS-62 cents per pound.
alltrON WOOL-40 cent; per pound. •
M4.&mom, by the bbl. No I. $l2OO N I 2. $l2
SALT-2 621 per Dbl.; 87 per %idle !
PLASTER. issworth 27 oa per we. ,, - ..1
HAY SIS per toe. • - , , . ,
National Light Inrantry,
ARADE bo ThuradaY the_22d day
P of Pco m
oil. 1830, atthe Armory. at 10 o' c l ock,
01. By command.-
' • JONFI L MINNIG,
Feb 14 'l-3 First &rpm
Copland Iron Ore Lands
_ FOR SALE.
THE aubse.iiNer offers tar sale the one tweba
part of a tract of patented Coal Land,
FOUR "RIONZORRif FIFTY ACR E S
situated in Olreit iiitiocer township, Du i *,
county, adjoining-the land of the Susqueb, un ,
Coal Comparstoakips is the 3d and 4th mo on .
tains. On this lend are beds of valuable iro n
ore. The rail road making by the Susquehau s
Cosispany, 'salaam!! through it.
Far fierthei particulars enquire of the subseri.
ber, rePiding said township, near Shell's u m ,
ern, on the Jonestown road.
N: not-previously sold at private vile,
I Will sell the above shako at public sale at the
public house of W. F..Jobnsoe, in the , borough
of Hurrisburg, on Satan:fay, tbe,24th of March
February 2t 183 X. 13-te
Olover Seed. • •
UST receii , ed and for safe
20 bushels prime clover 'seed.
. ao FOR SALE,
4 goojne. "Alin Ikea. built ae.
growth tiro . to
Feh 21 •
e*--thel e ' e
4 Auditors appointed. by
t'ns' Court at Schtiykkitl'Comity, in
i e the immure of George. Shute',
ton; Aic. ofiiikstAhrit/e, decen
t, notice, that theiii will ince 4 t for
• bowie of 'John. Shoener, jr.
t e - borough of thlwigettarg. on
tt day of March next, at 1 o'clock
hen and,wkiere all such as an
I'y attend if illey think proper.
JACOB HAMMER, .
JOHN P. HOBART.
-a the OrphY
audit and sett
one of the eat
ed, hereby gli,t
that purpose it
innkeeper, in II
in the atlernonn,
subs6iber haw on hand and teen for
-m• sale on liMiacinablo terms,
20,000. leeV and .1 loch poplar, hoards,
40,000 joint and-lap shingles,
50.000 . plastering lath,
Also, inch and half inch pine boards and Pine
scantling all lammed
' - Public Sale.
fl entsierilier will sell at Public Salo en
Wednesday the 14th day oflitercti _next, at
the house of . Henry. Stager. inAhkloirnoSh of
Pottsville, a ertitin lot of . ground situate in
in the Borough of Pottsville,baletirst on the
northweeterlyteide by Schuylkill Aisne% on the
southwasterliby. lot NO. - 28 and a 20 feet wide
alley, being , pert of lot marked -No. - 50, upon
which is created: a two story dwelling botute.—,
Late the estate'ofJohn F. 'Noll.
The pale comatenee it I !o'clock P. M
when the tempi will be nab known byp
. JACOB IIARNETT
Fe : 1 Moll.
rIpHE works of Chaiks Limb, joist received
and for elite by BANNAN.
Also, Buck'S Theological Dictionary, new edi.
.rpHE entanriber beretiy gives notice. that he
has placed the Deplieattioftonntp and State
and School Taxes for the 'years 1034 and 1835
for the torough of Pottinrille; intim hands 4THeo.
Heisler. Esq. floe collection- 1 4nd Ihe,l nit persons
who repnin it weir" for lance are requested 'to
pay up forthwith to pave coots. •
HABIEL CHRISTIAN. •
Houses and Lots fbr pale.
v ILL be sold at .PublioSale otrucottday the
7 7 ii•
26th instant ; at the Publicht:meeffit
liarri Mortimer, in this beirongh, at 2 "thlosk, P.
M. two honses,andtwo lots, attolniiiiiiteh other ;
situated on Market street, 'Ojai - Art% tkie Marlet•
Street Hotel. On one of the lots !tie „erected a
two story well finished brick dwelling horse and
store house, 24 feet front, with Witone kitchen
back. The lot ii*-49117feet derkti, and on the back
part of it there is also erected a_one amp a half
story frame dwelling hoarse and ki4c.henaUaribed.
Also, a2B fee vacant lot, adjoining - 11W above
property. Tills. property is Well worthy, the at.
tention of those wko wish to buy. 11'110M : sold
cheap.. Condftions on day. of sale.
DANIEL CHRISTIAN. •
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H AS sehon - knge gesachtez;Werli'von
Je-+" tees Thderhaitonrideb.-; in stiller omgaug
mit Gott, weiehes geignet frorrinse •geainnup.
gen an weaken and tto mekren, and gawks • d4w
mien der Rellireortigeatt entsprieht, and bet den
alten Wirchen.l7opter so ungemein.adel ear -yore&
lung Ares, hersena" and beruigung-iies geinutha
Iterviiegebraeht, tinter alien umataenklen and sot-.
faellen Davi !diens; and des's!eken tap
chesten benennungen sti-begisehitt
'nerd, let man aof eine sehr ttekoes and lards
d igo Weise, mit Moen Marken RehearSlane
Betio chtunliew u ndachtswebtingem. beratOw
gegaben 'lndia dieser drachels . ;le hew n .,
N. B. So:ist such artits stithretnisreetenth
and Stark's gandbucb and an&rettnit vette st
Dautsh and lßoglish su...habem
feb 11 I ; ,
FirerTrolp Schuyl , county:,o2via4,
txr ILL Parade' on Thy . atk.* 211.; Day
W v Of Fekroary 1838, it._ Crtither'e Hotel, at
10 o'clock A. M. Bymi,Rma d. -
. Us. Er..WOL ' ASTON,, F.. 11,. °.
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Cobb'; I*in/I:American Reader and
100 W l ' lE-Ur-the s i reffo:iiiispirectiiv.
, 'Jed aikd wig f * ishect whOesake to
thedifferenti distrida,,,al leatems -1111 a:
dciphi4tiOth teseibeiNrith, the whc*Atriei of
Ziobb'sficho6l book's. BIiANAN.
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