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-WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 4. 1838.
i tsr Lading,
g md a m id of awry eloon4tro, neatly printed at
,chda_grirm arpla haseNgi cask prizes.
'Batumi from Mr. Jefferson's Circuits addressed
• to office-holden under himself.
• -"TiteTrosidentraf tbeibllaitoriltates ha. gees
gild! lime .disselisfseston. gams afebe .Gencs
al euvrarnesott - taking. on. various " miragirma,
active -parts in the elections of Public folic.
" - tirinaties. whether of General or State 'Gov
ernment. .Ifreetkiar of cleating beitig .essential
to the mainal independence if government and
9f the differartirranchrs of the gamegovernment.
so vitally cherished by moat of our constitutions.
-it .is deemed improper for officers depending on
the Executive of the Union, to atisinpt to con
trol or influence the free exercise °flake elective
right. It is expected that no officer will attempt
to influence the votes ofotber men tier take any
part in the twines, of electioneering—that being
deemed i iitogroirtent with the sprit of the -con
stitution and -his ditties:"
Extract from President Jackson's lisangnral Ad•
dress, March 4th, lifa.
"The recent demonstrations or!publie
ment inscribes on the list of",Execative duties. in
characters toe irede 10 lee-wee the task
of reform—which will require , passi, minty the
correction of those ABUSES THAT HAVE
BROUGHT THE PATRONAGE OF THE
FEDERAL. GOVERNMENT • INTO CON
'ELIOT WWI THE FREEDOM OF ELEC.
Extract from a les& delivered is the senate of
Sy the Hon. izollic,Oriancly.
"When:! See &nutria, holder interfering in elec
tions. it occurs to me that he is thitiking of his
sebtryrindlus bread, AND IS THEREFORE
AN UNFIT ADVISER OF THE'FEOPLE." •
Voting Men'a Meeting.—A meeting of
the Young Men of the county: is to be held
ot Friday next at 2 o',! ick, Apr the par-
Pose of, adopting measures 41 insure the
miccess of our present enlightened Gover
nor nt the next election, and With that me
ccas, of course, the continiiiince of the
state pokey of the present, administration.
This policy, experience has . ((hewn 'to be
identified with the best Interests of the
people of this commonwealth. We have
no doubt that the meeting Will be nume,
tenuity attended. It is expected that ; -the
Reading Convention will be one ON the
largest ever held in the state. These are
`times in which every' Whig, no matter
what his accurdion may he; is forced to
participate . in politics to a certain extent,
because his very means of livelihood are
assailed by, locofecoism, and young men
' especially. whose hopes and expectations
lie for the most part in the Wore, are call
ed upon by the stroagest motives and in
ducements to come to the rescue.of their'
country. Let them therefore come for
ward, with beans and hands equally pre
pared, to oppose an impregnable bulwark
to the open assaults of the enemy E as well
as to all his secret arts of Stratagem aid
surprise. Eternal vigilance is said to be
the. price of liberty. Let vigilance and.
activity, therefore, be• displayed by the
young men of our county; liberty and pro.
petty are both at stake, and Patriotism her.
self never Was called-upon to exert herself
. in, a worthier cause. If our country is
• ever again to prosper, we rnust put down
the spirit of experimentalising on our
trade and industry—nevi' and untried
schemes ((governing us must be rebuked
land defeated. Our own rotate has been
preserved almost miraculously from gene
ral add wide spread ruin, by the wise and
prudent policy of the Ritnbr Administra
tion; let us therefore continue our confi
- dance and manifest our griditude, by using
all honorable means, and every exertion,
to insure, its success at the: next election.
Coal,Trade.—The business begird yet
opened in our region, iti ,consequence of
the large stock •in the general market,
amounting, as we understand, -to about two
hundred thousand tons' of coal. Of this
quantity remaining over, but a small pro.
portion is red ash. The quantity of coal
mined during the past winter, is about one
hundred thousand tons less than during
the preceding winter, amounting, as near
ly as we can ascertain, to *Wont sixty
thousand tons. From present appearances,
the probability is that little Coal will he
shipped, except for the him of the canal,
before the first of May ensuing. This is
owing to the hackwarrilteriS evinced by the
dealers abroad to contract for supplies,
and the disposition to clear the *barrel...ill'
fhiladelphia before new :supplies areqe
mi nern ak.—;;W o had occasion recent.
ly, to pay a visit to 4his nourishing town
in our netghbothood,findi were much sur
prised to see the number of new buildings
erected within a ahort,period therein. We
may safely say, that not lem than fifty have
been erected within the last twelve months;
and the number under fray and in the
'Course of erection is. about twenty. These
buildings, which present Oubstantial and
neat Appearance, are chiefly the residences
of miners whose Induct has furnished
them, with lbe means of providing them.
tetras . and their families ;with permanent
homes. The enterprising proprietors ot lots
therein, hold out, we are informed, all the
inducements in their poijer to encourage
,improvements. The site of the' town is
,favor bleohe location healthy and agree
table,and the number of inhabitants
mreasing, rapidly.. 'We haVe no doubt that
iedeittined to be a. plact) . of Considerable
lotiimerctal importance, it no distant f*.
vied. We. underptand that the united
Brethren of Odd
~Fello,Wp hive recently
laid the foundation 'era hirge L three artery
brick fiddine,:thirly feet front, by •fiKty
- 44444 if w Pettle4l/bet nriiht. intended
for a lodge. We ceitairily . know.,of*
phra, Oka* coititly,.which ac atintPlint
infprovinig with so much rapidity se liti
- Boat Bui/diag i —The business of con
structing boats fur canals and rivers is be
coming an extensive branch of mechanical
9cciiiiktion in our borough end neighbor.'
hood. The fact it beginning to be gene
rslly oar 6whanics, having
bed theisibrauseaf a good many years
of conetant_experience; are arriving at a
degreimonsUland iperhicsion in their busi
ness yet to be attained ellsewhere. Our
mountains *lsis furnish an abundance of
'materials of the best kind, and our boats
are built in a substantial and workmanlike
manner. Our enterprising fellow-citizen,
Jontir M. CaosLAsin has constructed fi ve
lime boats, two of Which are intended for
Idouistaully, N. J. and these for Norris
' town, Pa. 'These boats are built in a au.
perior style of Workmanship, and are ad
mitted to be the handsomest - boats of the
kind ever constructed in our region. The
eaten* of these boats are spacious and
tontfortable, being fitted up with lights
and with every other attention to ease and
comfort. The cost of cboatruction is, we
understand 4800, each, with the exception
of one of them, the met of which is *B5O.
The circumstance of mechanics in this,
?lace receiving orders from pieces so re•
mote, is a high compliment to their Skill,
Iliad speaks volumes in their favor. In the
winter season, howevei, the execution of
these orders are, attended with many dis
advantageous circumstances; they ought
always to be forwarded ia the wring or
Sketches of Pans. By an ArneriCan
Gentleman. I vol. care' , & Hart?
We have not vet tad time to do -more
than glance over the contents of this new
work, which is however spoken of in
terms of high praise by the press gene
rally. The author is a gentleman well
known in our region and highly esteemed
for the urbanity of his manners and scho
lar-like attainments. The work is com
posed of letters, addressed to his friends
and relatives, in ibis county, and are re
markable for their epistolary ease and
vivacity, together with correct and hu
morous deliaeations o f life and manners.
The work evinces genius and talent, far
superior to any thing to be met with in
ordinary letter writers. We have no
doubt that it will be read with avidity, be
cause highly interesting and novel in its
character; full of sprightliness, sagacity,
and vividness of description, and evidently
without an atom-of dullness.
Express Line of Stages—The starting
of the new line of stages has'been delayed
a day or two in consequence of the
culty of procuring teams, for the shore,
riod during, which they will be required,
between Reading and Pottstown, previmis
to the opening of the rail road. We have
learned that .the stock was to have been
on the road en ,Monday last, and that the
line would•cominence running at the earli
est practicable iieriod.. We have no doubt
that the new line will be equal to any thing
in the 'Union, and give entire satisfaction
to the public. Neither pains nor expense
have been spared to furnish superior ac
commixiaiiots;and the enterprise and lib
erality of the proprietors will doubtless
receive that share of public patronage to
which they may be entitled.
A ppoilitazintir by de Governor.
J • MISS TODD, Esq. president of the court
.of criminal sessions of the city and - county
ROBERT T. COPMAD, Egg. and Jonn
Bouvica, EA+ associates of said coon.
W. B. Rap), attorney general of the
The three judges of this court are equal
in power, and is ill each in turn hold'sev
slims of the court. The court will be
opened next Monday. lie sessions will
be monthly. ,
The Rail (toad Bridge, over Valley
Creek, in CheSter county, on the Colum
bia Rail Road,! has been destroyed by fire.
The bridge was fine spans in length; and
through the indefatigable exertions of the
has aliteady been •fnnde, to accommodate
the trade on ithe road, until a new and
better bridge can be cQnatructed.
• The Reeding Journal has been greatly
enlarged and *proved. It is a staunch
Whig paper, Rod merits the support of the
good citizens ; of
_Berks, which it will no
KREI ion to
strike out the hartendment made In ths.of
fermso c o al by_Mr. Stevens, Making
the stockholders Personally liable for the
debts of the COmpany. In referring to Mr:
fifties' written pledge, which be gave to
••the fatty," previous to the electio n last
fall, we find that he pledged himself to ad
vocate and rite in favor of snaki n g stock.
holder 6in Ha dm battle its their iudividual
capacity. Is there anidifferince between
stock} oldest. in Banks and stockholders in
Coal Companies ?
Good Nrwi. —The Boston Banks have
determined ,4 resume specie plmesits in
May, extraorlinaries excepted. . •
Toff Beseest...ittur sister
State New .14soutiiiiirC; Rising in repots
titut,lhde ru lung down Him!'
Joykoatkitarch r. • r
phiissra ba*ch itivelolhe school di
oritist Bru nswick towns Schuylkill
• • -
Mr. Woolson of Mirtiesippi
candidate for ee-elootieo.
ter part of 'fakir.
The ?hernia Bank, Xaw To*, ovitryttliaGiov.
tinniest Pets. it is behaved. wi,U lon its charter
in camequence ad ofviolatits . g r the ars if k that Stale.
'Gen. Satire s tali ts
~. ag iaCas
.ilir made an attempt t commit suicide •
short dais sires.
6revernatest Slim Flesteis.--31r. Fraley. of
Philadelphia, introduced a resolution in the Sen.
ate a few days since* the p4rptiee of instrtict
ing our Senators and Reposestatives in Congress
to mote against the issue of suet batch of arra
detonable Shin Pluton. Mr. 'Porter, the Loco
Taco candidate for Governor, voted against this
vesohition— and recourse in Moor tif the issue of
Tflra-ifundinurs Case.—L-The kladisoni-
MI of Saturday -contains tl ollowing par
"The Circuit Court, yesterday, ironed a
peremptory mandamus mill the case of the
Posta,aste4 General, returOabO„ neat Toes
dam. If not replied with by teat time;
an attachment MUSE as a router of course.
This will he dimmed - a • crest answer„to
the Loco-Focn inquiry, '• ow will the So•
prem. Coug t enforce its d
`The National imelligencer of §aturiday.
gives the following u the "rumors of*
1 : 11
tended changes in the ea 'Met in ciraeht- c
Lion in the city, an rapes d with so much'
confidence that we inelin to think there is
Rome foundation in Mein. The story goes
that Mr. 4ticretary Wax burg is to acrept
the appoinimint of Mini er to Great Bri
tain; that Mr. Amos dalt is to suc
ceed him in the Trees y; and that Mr.
Senator- Grundy is to ome Postmaster
General. Mr. Butler, - it s farther Mid, is
to resign the Attorney enemlship, and
Mr. Gilpin (new Soticitnr of the' Trea
sury) is to take his place.l--17. S. Gas.
Locoftcoissu—The *ncinnati Daily
Gazette, of March t2d,in forms us of the
latest movements of M are Darusmont,
`(Frances Wright,) the ebmted political
" The garernolent official in this - city,
of yesterday, announces that this ' bright
Venus of Democracy' is to commence a
course st lectures this evening in the cir
cus, corfiergif Seventh tend Main street.
Her Venus-ship thus tes her opening
effort: " 4 ****
"I shall present in my opening showgirls
an exposition of the theory of government
in the new world of these United States.
In ether wards, nepapening discourse will
present an exposition of he religion este-
Wished by kings, and of religiop of the
"It is remittable that movements like
this should be mostly announced and ad
vocated by the newspapers in the employ.
ment of the government of the United
A Frankfort (Ky.) per, in speaking
of Mr. Clay's great .h, says, “He
who would tire of te a ng that speech,
would grow weary in templating the
glory of the republic."
To be sum he wools—for ene of the
greatest glories of the republic it the
speech of Henry Clay.--ifir. S. Gee. •
Conscience.—A gentleman who keeps
a store in Market street, showed to us a
letter yesterday, which he had just re
ceived. It contained Twutirry -sari dollars
and the following remark:
Szte,—Thii is one s of the e*cta of
It is a good offixt— a 'fruit that denotes
the soundness of the t=U. S. Gas.
HOUSE OF REPR ENTATIVES.
MOI[DIT, I March 26, 1838.
The Home proceeded to he eonsideration ser
the Offensive enal bill. The Senate having
stricken out the clans. making the stockholders
personally Liable for the debts of t he
/ . corporation,
Mr. Krebs moved that the House concur in ,jbs
amendment. This section Was sustained by Mr
Reed of Philadelphia county, and opposed by Mr
MIL' It was finally agreed fo--yeas 36, says 26.
The ati-Treasury BilL—The following para
graph is'item the America Sentinel of yester
day. We trust most einoc fie lly that the opinions
of the writer may by veri by ihe results:
The general impieseion, as derived from la.
tens frau members of epigram and others at
Wuhington,iteentalo us Ito be, that the Bab
Treasury bill, which passed the Senate, will way.
or be called up again; and :that the bill repealed
by Mr.rambrekng in the Muse of Represents.
Oyes, dined pass that boilY, We trout that-the
decision wall be made promptly, in order that the
p e ople, is well. as the basks, may know what
to depend on;
Disinterested Praise..— • following is from
the. Philadelphia Ledger, a . per which in profes.
redly neutral. Governor must &memo, and
will continue to deserve entiomitima, and
°Mak, Own. les, from every whose mind. is PM
irretriciably warped by party.
."Some of hit opoisetits preimance him a GieL--
If every Pesarylvanian Ith 'sagacity amid
foresight, we. should litriniscb nearer to a tom
musky of . i, . , •i
March of ClAtioes.lly ate proccestnea of
the legialet4us of Alerikeil * we einem & .that
Ile' let. has lisWesa etiolghlt the wine ; !Pt .
AtidieW Jaebeighiddaid, oninegfialsy toottoty.)]
to John - Tiir‘o reiras
mien rotirwiwg - heal* ito- °piers/A.
Eetletlng end inavessel Woe, be the. peelkowows
gi!ew tw,iolwa.Nhus , ha,, girsali le MO eattotty ins&
eel 'Andre* Jaehosonow.
, ~ ~,,,
Fithis Illm Imitate* dap an insaircesefutat' ..
ismill hilia Asa made; in hoth bre'ltf 0111-
glees, teLifiduce a bearing ofabe es ,
the euVeal. of their removal. By pretended
treaty between thet people and the t '
of the United lii' , they are to be retained ma
Mapsext, vi it MSS, from the State fides:pa,
and' drives into as elite frmn the todabit if their
seceders:tea hued of which they stiSer viethine:
and among a race of barbarians, et ißose habits
end euirlsease thel'are ignorant. Th4Chsirsekees
are a engird pesple. Among Mem are 'to be
Mend mianristailmita "wait " H O" . f ivari 'l
They have. feiSrht by the aide of thi Amens
soldier, aid for years past, they isys Mot been
known as • wish to She Sweepsi against the
white man. But what avails Mill. it lands
are valuable. Aeres open acres ade cultivated
and improved. They must be • , and their
[ rightful Sins loaded with chains a transport.
ed Sloe &r distant country, if b e . smdlesste
ably surrender them. The
'has gene forte. Resistance would] be OnafraM;
FetwMiitanding lie well kaolin iodic dispo
sition and &Wings of the Cherokee?, approbate.
Sons are entertained by the 6owq.mont, that
the ventovid can only be of eeted by
. eree. With
the view ty" meet such a cestingssisel,Gen. Scott
has been 'ordered ti the South to theseemmand of
the torcerwhich is about to be statit4med there. km
the purpose of enforcing this edi ineasunfif-
It is understood that six regimen of regulars
areerdered from Florida, Xthe• having.
close* into the Cherokee awn , is pro.
'pie a known to General Scott. P has been a
mong them. - Be is a chivalric Man. He can
appreciate their qualities' of twins: Bailie is a
soldier, and in the service et his country. Booed
to obey his cadets. I know Genes it Scott., My
word for it if there is. the least !frespect of re-
Watasee Ma the part of thee:Amok -.1 while Gen
era! Scott wall "ethane iris duty je as Slicer,
that dolt ill be the meet painfulibe has expe
riencedWileng and perilous an itary career.
and the ignorance of Gem-Jack
' ~., :,. led States in a
l c with the
They refused to • meat . their
- ' •
'' l.- . - 'and abandon the land of ; their nativity.
"er . lowest and what has bin the conse
quence? A miserable, brakes thism. scattered
tribe, have defended their homes, their wives and
their little ones, with a tenifie'vaior, worthy the
berues of antiquity. A few darinewarriors have
bid defiance to the whale powei of the United
States, for years in succession, Mail at lag the
Commanding General (Jessup) hail informed the
Government, that.oif hostilitiesum. the
eq . mop E
bli one of extensisatio ," for "they"
"(Me Indians) cannot be driven t. so long as
1 they an obtain "ammunition, links. we use
althorn lodine and Spurials Hied lisensfs."—
He adds--.ln all the nenserehs battles and
skirmishes that have taken ph*, not a oink
fist' rail -warrior, has ken capt4red, and .only
two Indian men have surrendered. What •
panegyric _open the adositatile sPint sue brave
ry of the=me.
In the . erlanuety, Gen. ;essay informed
the War Departtient—"That the expeneem ef
the wee will be greedy Wm-eased, as we proceed
South." -Now, as we are threatened with this
great inereese of expenditure, may it mot be ier• I
muted to enquire what that assiditure, for the
Sesissis war has been during the last yen?—
And whet it probably wall be during the year,
HMS/ It is worthy the Seesties stair peep*
that they may the better judge of the merit sr
demerit oftbe min, entrusted with the manage.
sect at public affairs. Mr. ,Casaheeleng states
is his report that six inOlicse Simiresdred thew
sand dollars, wasectually drawn from the Treas.
city during the year:lB37, he carrying en the
Seminole war. It is probable, that at least anoth
er million will be found necessary to pay off at..
rearages. Lie adds—"that the estimates allies
war department, already submitted for 1838 a
mounts to five siillions nee hundred and sixty
five thwromml doilits." With General Jesup `s
"greatly increased" expenditure, Heaven only
knows what will be the sum required for carry
ing on this war, the present year. rerhapseight,
perhaps ten sillies of dollars, Farmers ! pre
pare to be taxed, for the psyment•of the interest
our new mations! debt. Theta: gatherer will
eon be at ybar doors.
LOCO FOCO DEMOCRACY
The St. Louis Republican publishes the
proceedings of the central locB loco com•
mittee of that county, the first resolution
adopted by Whom is as fellows:
Resolved, That we, ourselves, willirote
for no Stan for Legislative otfiot; who will
not pledge hie Welt to vote for the re-elec
tion of Thomas H. Benton to thialloited
States Senate, and recommend the same
course to all friends of Democracy in this
county and the State at large. ,
Was ever such audacious gaggilmi at ;
tempted before by any party in any country
nominally free? Was ever such degrading
man worship exhibited in a civilised com
munity ? Among the signers to this reso
lution we find the names of “five bank rut . -
fians"—being the attorney, the cashier
and three 'directors of the hank of Missouri.
We suppose they are fooking out to shift
tieir berths for 'sub treagwy agencies.—
The Republican comments with much
ppirit.uprm this atrocious attempt to make
the people of Missouri the mere vassals of
the great Expunger.
The Late of honor. A rehdeaeoss Palsy
is supposed, to. bate promulgated some
tolerably correct opinions concerning cer
tain subjects of no trifling importance to
the hoopla - me of mankind. This celebra
tedinoralist thus speaks- of the law of hon
or, which often compels a man to lift. his
ham!i ut mortal strife against his fellow be.
ing, perhaps, his friend, who never really
injured him in: word or deed.:
The law ,of honor is a systeM of rules
constructed by ;be ,people *flash*, and
'calculated osfaelliate their intercourse with
one another, and for no purpose. IV pm
scribm and regulates the, duties between
"hquide,. omitting tmch aa,relete to the Su
mum Being, as *ell as tbose
.use to our .1 11 krittrn•N For which reason,
PFAu„enfaa I,,nCillect Pllblicitomltip, or
, pcm, demitu ria, cruelty: to servants, rig.
. O T O3 ',4'eatniant, of, tctlintst or o th er .de
smint‘etust event, of c churty to theipoor,
,49ne to, traOmmen,by, insikreseies„
#oll4,payinev a , yrith niunberleseenam
fiK l(Oseccotinted no
•I' r e,kof. Pcgm!.. , beestme it, •
fui these vices;
-/ is .1 ... 1. •
nor to deal within those concerns 1 which
are usually transacted between one gristle
man and another.
Again, the'hiw of honor being constitu-•
ted by men occupied in the : Turn& of plea
sure, and for the . mutual convanience of
will be found, u might 65 ex
pectalfrsim their character-and design 9(
the law makers to be in most instances fa
vorable to the licentious indulge** of the
natural passions. TWO-allows drun
kenness, prodigality, duelling, and revenge
in the extreme, and lays no stress on the
virtues opposite to these."
£ • 1 ri J
Hard Times—Sitting on a cold grind
stone, and reading the President's Mes
Zermt--A hide world. within itsel4
tnately connected with shovel and tongs.
Prorate if rease—A pedlar going
through the land with wooden clocks.
A Maisie Man—A loafer. illed with
new made beer.
Geated Societv—A„ place where the
rake is honored, and moralietcondemned.
fellow that culls all tits
knowledge from borrowed newspapers.
Rigid Justice—Juror . . nn a murder case
Friend—One who tabu your money
and then turns you out of doors.
Poctry—A bottle of 14 throws at a
sheet of foolicap.
Patriot—A man who Um 'neither pro
petty nor reputation to lose.
Honeaty--Obsolete ; a term formerly
used in the caseof a man who had paid for
his newspaper and the coatos, his back.
indeptadaaat fifty thotisand
dollars, which yea never intend to pay.
Livery Btak/e 7 =A place where you can
pay a Hsu dollar big fw the privilege of
being upset. le .
Hard /irony—The specie that is to be
buried in the Sub-Treasury dungeons—
hard to put in, and hard to get out.
Lovely Womas—An article manufac
tured by milliners—.
•Who wasti but little bete below.
And waste that little fie' • show.'
Olivet Coen Dignitats—Living at the
expense of the publie,,at the State Hotel,
Termination of War—Driving the
enemy out of one hammock into another,
capturing an old negro and seriously,
wounding a squiw.
Dandy—A thing in pigitaloone, with a
body and two arms—a bead without brains
.-- I ht boots--a case—o white bandker
-41 —two broaches, and a ring on his
little finger. iL
Ceguette--A young lady with more
beauty than sense—more accomplishment
than learning—more charms of person
than gown of mind—more admirers than
friends-.--more &Ws than wise men for at
Credit—A wise provision by which
constables get a living.
Benevolence—to take a dollar out of one
pocket, and put it into the other.
AMEETINg ! or the purpose of establishing
a Society for beneficial Imposes. will be held
at Edw. O'Connees, on Saturshigirrening. April
14th, when all *the are desirous of joining such
such society-!* requested to attend.
april•4 1k• • IS-
111111Elff' OF TIER MARKET.
Patnale. Apil 4. 183*
WHEAT FLOUR. by the load was worth on Fri-
EAT 1 50 iper pastel. ie demaad.
RYE FLOUR * BO_ per cwt. is dawned.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 250 per cwt. ia demand.
RYE, by the load SO ceata by the beshei—seady
RYE CHOP 90 cents per bushel in demand.
VATS 40 eento—ready sue,
POTATOES 45 cerium per bushel inidemand:
CORN 70 cents per. bushel in demand. •
CLOVER SEED—SS 50_ .per •
'TI 111 WW SEED—S 2 00 per bushel.
FLA . :W.ED-41 12 per bushel is demand.
WHIBKEY-42cent* per gallon.
BUTTER-14 cents per ponod- 7 -in Kegs 12 cents
EGGS-12 cent. per dozen.
LARD-10 cents per - pound.
TALLOW-9 cents per pound.
HAMAS cents per petard.
• CORN CHOP 80 cents per bushel in demand.
BACON-12 cents per pound.
BELWAX-18 cams per po,d
FEATHERS-62 Mai per potid.
COMMON' WOOL-40 cents peepound
MACKEREL, by the bbl. No 1. $l2 00 N s 2. $ll
SALT-2 129 per bbl 4 $7 per beele, et -
PLASTER. as worth 97 00 per tee- rg ,
HAY $lB per ton.
• *lO Reward.
STRAYED away from the sub;
limiter, residing at Meant Lunches
1 hi this meat, es eaterday light
Rd lam. a smel l BROWN NORM
iderat a hands high, black mane
itid — teil. alma 7 yeari•old . --end has a sear on
the sear hind kg. Whoever will return mid
kine to the gekie.riber. or - give 'him inknriatien
where hi eats him again. tare the a.
bovirevnird. THOMAS W
• R 5-3
ilrEE,Partnersliip heretofore existing between
Richard Lovering and Neelll H. Gordon.
trotruignradir the Ann or Lovering • & Gordon.
Wia tAns day dissolved by mutual consent. 'All
tag efecte amid firm were assigned by doodler
.Assigninsit to Robert Woodesditon Inset foi
dbiie l eniditoni,. is thy' tisanes thenderegmeti o l l
RICHARD - LOVER ING.
• NEWELL IL GORDON.
Pottsville, March 31, 183$. 13-3
C F MA NtAl...nad Festival. and
inn nun:tied int&i,saleLi •
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.I [4l ceb Keller
ETTERS remaitiog i ?, 4
?art. Carbon, April 1, 1
OR th Ei bise
OS ' Lem Buttock
-Chanel, Pr o i4
miner' „ Howell P _
Mrs. P. Ilea
miner M M Venda '
libel Michael M
Baas Patrick McDonald ,
Michael •McCa be
I gets William Malltry
e, miner James Tosser
Robert Bain g.
Wm 0 Bigler al
liner James Blue
ssiel Connor •
PETER AULAND, P. N.
ask Primers:, •
.labo Joaas;i •
Thoma ry• s B $
'Mamie .1. •
Ch.-usiaa • I
Rem war '„I
AN has in pre*. snit Will pothah
mono of two or threei Weeks, a
' which will be sold eh whole.
otip of their being sec
of Daiid Davis, in th
- bar has *trod° - •
and will hereafter
bY thl 3
M. in big Oa
rite name of
eight to rotti
AL BOAT' CBES
a Boat wig built of
buylkill Haven. .exp
re. with ti g ht fittin g
tr:od Delaware Boa '
i r ti i. El °I)
llrherf,Rod it Market 1 4 1,1 *;On
the 11th of April; aodlioeeed trp
itfler the date above. oteetioset
Apply to M'ILVEINE 'it CA
or, DAVID H
; march 3lt •
Two Story 3ltone
1.11 zsr=tdandip pee .
*ion g iven i m mediately
ANNE N'S PARlS—jost
sale at this ides.
much 31 . 4
0 ylf L:` = Interest Tables. ? l ost received
foe sale sale by , B. ANNAN.
janli ' ' S
vALUAI4I.II LANDS AT PU C SALE.
Talker 4i. ibi bionAt, aims* a 90,000 (gm.
WILL be etposed at Public oz. Thurs.
day idle 26th of. April. , 1838, t 74 o'clock
in the ennotng. at the Philadelphia action Mart
in CirpenteesCOurt,Clositnot (south Ode)
between Third and Month streets.'
Them valuable lands. situiteln the eounties of
Monroe, Pike Wayne, Luanne and Schuylkill,
ernl be offered ' an t hey, lie in: canner:find - bodies of
from about ,400 to 10,000 . . .
Far pa , see ha ndbill, at the - Auction
Mart. , . . i
-.TERM -Third Cm* One 'Third in one
year, and Third in three years, secured by
Bond and. engage. For the miners
- , Int IL' PRICE,
309 Arch street.
• J. WOLBERT, •
•:, , r
II - arri4o Rimer, Dellocri and no
a-Treasury Spain. ,
lalge tic idi te l bi eettNif icans , • •
Count friendly to ' ion of Aare
Ruiner to Governor's air of _et:minim ,
anditakele tion of . in. EL rriaon to the
nett henidency. and to that odious, fa.
vorite plan (if the N.itumaC Adminiatration—the
Suh.Treamtry System; as Unit no Id all their do,
Mructire Measures to the best in rests of the
country. aid respectfrally requestedto attend a
County Meeting , to lie held cm F' day the 6th
day of Apritl i r r ext, atlo'cloCk P. :at the house
of Henryrrait holift it h Pottsville, far
the purpose + ippiltuting delete to attend the
State Convention rimming km. w ' is-to take
plies on theterth of Jinni Nutt, is 1 boreesh of
to adopt snob mom no will tend
to promote 0 ideation - ottiMpret . 'I Flectitire,
aa well aa t cause ofthissiisigat 1, Vas Boren
Loco Filecit A MOWS csk the er.
,is si ' 'kid by „
.41 artiligir male ? Eni
e. and le by ii—
itabla Sir car axles;
Juniata slit rods.
Av. Iron. 1i
cable inn', it
0M s & EDII4I3NI
awneg of Morket..
is, March 28.1888;' .
alders of the (
' the river S'itiit
• known by
y for the
y an expo.
t the City
canal on ot
31 , Wharf;
i a pm
lam in I
sh Rail Road
lso, RI betted
411 4 for
North Eas t