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Nrw Y, April 14.
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NK ; CONVENT , N.
conitintion 'set , lyeaterday pur
orient, to reve l e the report , of
ee o 18. The r it designated
her eat as the d of general re
vingit open to spy State or any
e be fo re that period at i(s pleasure.
he report was 14 name a day yet
. all 4be banks should place them
. itiou to resume. On this report
' mi tee were 13 tO 5. viz:—Ayes
..ont, New Hampshire, Connecti
, New Jersey, PCnnsylvania, Die
. in. iVii ginia, Nuittb Caroline, In.
Mospouri. Nays Massachusetts,
Deoware, Mariland and Missis
.oveltton held its Shernoon session
:r of he Bank of die State of New
The bank 1
want to adj
the lat of ;
Gumption . ; lel
bank to resu
The object of-,
taro, by whic
selves in a
the votes in
tricl of Colo
in the chain.
York. At 8
vention. ado .1
We learn ot . ~er of the
Conventa sln r presonting the ....t' te of Deleware,
and who ret reed l ast evening oin Ne* York
that the Con ention adjourned s ne die yeaterckry,
at three P. h after having ,aireed upon the first
Monday of nuaqy next, as to l ibe recothmended
to all the Ba ks in the several,States On which
to resume s Cie payments. T e votevras taken
by States, y sl3 nays 2. T statesoting in
the neatly ere New Yu* d Mississippi.—
The Deleg sfr the state 'of Nevi Hamp
shire and' L aryl nd were not 'resent, !and the
delegates fr P nnsylvaniaCirepresenting only
the Banks i Pit burg.> declintl voting
The folio ing . reamble andgeolution were a
dopted by : a nvention, it ill be seen, with
scarcely an tijs ent—two. voirs only opposing
the resolut rt.:
cy in a sour
the course q
found r.eces i.: ry, in order to a
'a by. Vieianks in their re-
: payments, so to proceed • to
iod, as to sicure the nearest
mity ;• and I hereesi, ; whilst in
this convert 'ion the return to
. nd preserve( on of thie curren-
I d - 4ton, wilt , epend entirely on
eral G'over ent, 3,0 tilts con
t. as the dot of thedßanks to
in good faith' exclusive of any
Ito the prospe. live measures of
t: at the sant time this conven•
'py •to obsery in recent letters
if the Trees V. epecifie luau ri:
ion to strstai . the Banks, so far
a through th fiscal Operations
int of the Givernment : there-
l i d nl c s o
of the gert , ;
of the Sec
antes of an
as at may
of that de.
t it be i•eco , mende4 to all the
ral StateX to esuffse specie pay
rat Monday I , l* January next,
g an earlir resurription on the
•a as may fi d it necessary or
Incas . 00
without pr;. ;
part of sue.
deem it mi
a !Gazette April 18th
York Dour er & Enquirer.
took a Icadi . g part in the de.
Gjbbo swear: by Mr. G•LLATIN,
it will pay' .tte respect to his
sas express; in the C4nven
ems conside d'a Nationel Bank
.ecessary for , the regulation of
t.was of opi ' ion that a return
, specie pa meats without its
g this greatbject he 'considered
f the Govern eat desirable, and
pensable th 't it should let the
-n if it refuseJactive ct*operation.
be whole course of the Govern
to the currency to have been
wrofieto Make any :distinction
rency of the Government and the
People. • Dur'ing the sespensiOn
eats in g. ngilu m i , the , King, and
e'ptid it a 4preciatticicurtencV.
oda, to secure specie or the of i•
white the ordina business
wail transited in i redeemable
ping of he Specie .c renter was
Lion; The Government
, tier over t.l paper currency, as
rid whenev erthe cerrency has
eonditioil, it ihas"been ia mese
,xercise of this power by the Fed.
ation. The ' f 'Sub.Treasury Bill.
but that he considered* dead'—
.onnectieut election, if it had not
th blow* an earlier date. The
n of the present issue of Treasury
found It the fact that the present
f the I ,
to de I
to b 1
ulatiOn wan of di
uch more o
it to the p
at the metro
face.of a tar
000 b in I
13s, a rt flat, j
York ' tette
A , ndon,
brew 7 blial,
for t hie! sport
000,000 to AI
ing re ered 1
of tra il betwi
' S LATER FROM EUROPE. .
I al of the Sh ridan, Capt. Pierce,
!, we have Lo don date* to the 17th
e 15th of . arch. The news is
he amount lof specie in London
I: its of the cnntipent.4 appears to
d. ' Cpttnn ifas advanced in the
!gest imp o rt a tion ever known-155,-
, rmerican stocks, tom,
Shares f the U. 'States Ban
Dates ranged from -£/5 IN a £25
re now gooOd at 925 15*.
I extracts, chrly from the New
- arr i
I to t 1
paper mentitms that a larke He
runt had ealtered 100 a contract
of betweenlX2,ooo,ooo and £3 . ,..
,erica;'opertitions of this kind be- 1
eizessary to ring abdot a balance
a the two untries
were toern ark for Canada on
m shipimbue Sirrived st Ll
tialOth from he Themes, and was
for ew York ear, in Aphil on an ex
dal .ciayage, with t passengers. She
1 1 .1
Milert, but steam generatdra . in which
small quantities ' made tn drop from
Fe on a heated - pi c,'which rests • upon a
of ercury shout, three inehes . and a
r , k, w ish is heate up to a, temperature
or fo , hundred egrees kir nEins , of a
erne th. The gives ate 120 horse
• , 1
Po has tiepin
li to be prolovei
v. Th ic t i
ntelligetice.' Arrangements have
the - bank n England, in' crinnex
ri, BsitMo, ; - : aute and Co., and
KING, of th; ' city, eye the New
rcial Adver Ser„ to d Messrs.,
and Krim ... milli sterling in
view to Ind t.e bank in rogue:leg
ots. One hundred th mkpounds
and the residire 'rift hern t by r the
te.—Phila. gazette. '' .
top wt n t
'Correspandetimydliti Courier *id Enquirer:
viam#arox, 1511 April, 1838.
You perceiv MicCambreleng has now
before the Houle of Representatives, two
the issue of ten
millions 61' dollars t of treashry notes; or,
twenty milliond l : ofdollara, Of government
rags, white the t ;stupid partizans of the ad•
ministration areLbavlling aloud for a hard
money Gpvermaent. It is l wotthy of:re
mark, also, that: e4h bill provides for the
issue of a diffetenti kind of treasury notes.
The ten millioni which are its be re issued, l
ere receivable :in payment of revenue
bonds, for publib lid, dtc. , This class of
notes is to tiecOme i through.the aid of the
pending bill, a permanent, circulating
medium ; a Government paper, irredeem
ab'e, except in . :the payment of bonds, or
for lands, tk.c.
Thu oilier bill provides for ten
not receivable th dues to the Government,
bearing an interest, and redeemable in I!,
18 and 24 months. These are calculated
fir a foreign Market, arid for some days
past, Mr. WoOdbury has been negotiating
with a Broker tibbut dispnising or them in
Europe. To uch an arrangernek there
are two objectiOns. The first Is, i thit the
bill, authorizing their issue, has not yet
passed either 14ouse of Congress; nor is
it likely that . It ever will in its present
form. The second is, that Mr. Van Bu
ren is pledged to carry Out General Jack-
sort's policy, and- he most Sagely decided,
that our stocka should trot be owned in
foreign countries ; that the interest paid
to foreigners, Was a "burden upon the in
dustry of our people, and a drain of their
currency which no country 'can bear."
But if this twenty millions of dollars is
now wanting, and on this point there is no
doubt, why issue a rag money ? Why not
create a stock, and dispoke of it in the
market ? Why net let the people know,
that before the expire. ion of •the present
year., we shall have a national debt, in some
form, of twenty pr . twenty-five millions of
dollars? Who that reads Mr. Cambre :
leng's teport :,orr currency, can doubt the
fact, that this : government bank paper is
intended as a permanent circulating me
h is adtpitted by the administration, tha
there is, at thrs moment, n large deficiency
and the Chairman of the .CoMmittee.o
Vays and Mans, expressly states (ha
"there is not the least probability that our
revenue for two years to. come, will be
equal to the wants of the Government"
Thu , , tt ig officially announced, that we
shall have to borrow money,.not only this
year, but every remaining year during the
administration' of President Van Buren.—
President Jackson boasted,. that he had
paid off the national debt. President Van
Buren will have an opportunity to boast
that he had renewed it, unless the Whigs
in the next Congress, hold him and his con
stitutional adsiser in check.
The Treasury is in a most exhausted
state. It has; scarcely money to pay the
members of ,Congress their per diem.—
The Clerk of the House some days since
made a draft ',on the 'TreasurY for about
forty thousand dollars, and in such a pitiful
state is it, the department made an of-.
fOrt to have : the drift reduced one-half,
when, upon enquiry, it appeared that one
of the assistaitt banks had already advanced .
him . withoUt Government funds in its
vaults, between fifty and one hundred thou
sand dollars. ,
A bill isnow pending before the Sedate,
making it penal ,to circulate as money, the
notes of late bank of the United States;
and while tbe.bit is thus pending, the
vernment bOVroms United ) States bank ;
notes; and pays the members of Congresa
with them. What! a commentary upon'
the proposed law. Would it not be a;
good joke, t 4 send the government to the
peni,entiary fir a violatien of this law ?
-tent value at differ
o such uniform cur
ere bound to provide.
the game tenor fe
he discussion; and
rticolar , attention of
d the .041 of cur-
Domestic litfchanges.—The following report!
and quotationkare made in the N. York Express
Domestic Eichanges—hrve undergone a serie
one decline sine': oar last,—on Philadelphia and
Baltimore, particularly, they are from 4i to 5k
per cent.. On Mississippi qnd Alehie" , they ar e
really frighttdl, 30 per cent and over-35 has
been paid on the, Bank notes of the former
The following are the rates :
; New Orleans
Michigan - .
The Releioi, N.C; Star of the 4th instant coil.
tains the foipiving complimentary allusion to
Mr. Websterpu some remarks upon the fate of
the Wili.treasdry bill in the Senate, and the cav
alier treatmedt it reeeived,in the Rouse:— '
"It will beiiseen that the amended bill has hien
laid! on the tahle in the 'louse'; we hope never
to be taken tip: We believe with .Mr. Calhoun,
that "light,hus gone abroad." Aye—the light
ning' flash O4' the -fire of freedom !—glestrifit
evciry,„ tat ofs driniditical • horizzia—and
exposing to t people* tridi,gu x int gaze the Mad
policy of Owl omtnint - 00* -4.1G.11.17....^1EytE
GONE ASROA II!" /Odin politicemi i irt .l.sa
lure, the t n ludirr ' hat . z.tlOgftligd. the;iogb g
shock. P pid lefessachkeette—:the erg& 'in
which young, Liliciti -like ;Wet - y(lde - s
fortA a rice 44ientibtal del* otiattnonuetenti od
sagei of renolugennifiyarne; Shall it .ben is
isget,deO'7, Other SteOlh e ive ' , spoken. Glire,
the,people.finfilise tele , iftikete We 'iutu
'etu,leirr 'wettliti it, ll dr eephalentola 1,
wig be arraylipitttst thiilrteitsure. thin ii
eserbefine WO ► "resented le 'Adana of the ' ut•
eibil'ufilfefOlid glory of the Republic. '
ed Monsignor Louie
or of ome, in the
promot d to the holy
.I,t a 5
6 a 7
Si a 6
7 a 8
10 a 12}
10 a 19.
10 a 12
8 a 10
12 a 15
—; •••• ' , .- -- t••• , •-- ••.- - iiiriii: .- , ;-• , - ,-- •44....2 ,- ,: , .., , ,t..i.•,:
. . imp. Tata
~ notatat. • .
. • , THINE ditTETTONt.i t.
Wh aldit thod atweriw=are thu told end calmly?
li ydidat.thou so tutheedipg proorme by?'
AldwAtild net mhtd looks the tale have told thee
'..-- wild thro heat my bout. for thy reply?
Tbcki didst glance on me. bat 'twat not the fervour
Awarmly t always mark'd thy deep and earnest game.
F rgetful of our earlier lovelier days'
Copilot thou havedoubted eight of my devotion? •
I C 3 rldst thou have thought another e'er could move
A ht of that blissful , or now sad emotion.
Caught from thy spirlt. first and truest love?
Ah! didat thou dream of the deep tearful feeling,
Roos'd from its plumtering by thine alter'd tone?
And how my pride the coldness still was sealing. • •
By smiling still in-mirth and laughter on. .
I too did turn from words that new were altei'd-
I smil'd andlinger'd on another's tont , :
Bat yet, thy voice, it neither droop'd or felted.
But for another fell, when mine hid gone., ,
And I tuni'd from thee. crush'd in my affect:Ong
Woin to my spirit! bligted in my soul!
With that kern pride, to guard, from all detection.
That to the world the broken heart %aka whole.
Thou may'st have thought me vain and fickle-hearted;
Bet, did we judge from signs that seem to be,
How would all hopes and blisa and love be thwarted.
With doubts and distrust of their constancy!
I will not adjure thee! thongb this flarful waking
Speaks to my soul that hope and love ,has flown;
And to thine eye, the heart in silence breaking,
Will feel no sadness 'neath thine alter'd tone.
.The election in Rhoda Island took place
on Wednesday Inst.
From the New York Courier of yesterday
Registry Law.—Mr. Hoffman, in the Board of
Assistants last evening, , offered a resolution of
reference to committee to inquire into the expe
diency of applying to the Legislature for the
passage of an act requiring the registration of
voters,and to inquire whether there benny consti
tutional ofije„ction to the passage of such an act.
The scene of iniquity through which we have
just passed. and which was eloquently and accu
rately portrayed by Mr. H. calls loudly for the
passage of such an ant Had Ouch a law been
in force previous to the recent election, we ven
ture to say that the majority for Mr. Clarke, in
stead of being .500 would have been 5000.
Important from Florida—Capture of 500 byli
nes Confirmed.—We have news frmii Black
Creek, Florida, to April 4th, and from St. Augufk
tine to the 6th, confirming the news of the cap.
tore of 500 Indiana near . Fort Jupiter. Thep
had neglected to come in to the council agreed
upon Or March 20th, and Gen. Jesup observing
appearances of their intended flight, ordered
Colonel Twigis to'suriound them with his*dra
"goons, which irsis aceompli.hed successfully the
out day without any blood shell.
There are upwards of 500 men, women, and
hildren, and among them over 150 warriors.—
In tulditior. to these there weretaken 159 Legroes
about 40 of whom are capable of bearing arms.
SO Gen: J's operations in the vicinity of Jupiter
Inlet, have resulted in securing upwards of 600
prisoners and silencing near 200 rifles.
Genl. Jesup was preparing to push on to unite
with Colonel Bulkhead, who was in full pursuit
'V Sum Jones.
Tits COAL TRADE.—We published last week
all the information we had upon the subject of
coal business of the present season. There has
been about One Thousand tons ofcaal despatched I
mince the opening of the Navigation. Up to the
!same date last year, nearly Four •Thuusand tons
:was sent to market, and the business of the sea
;son considered permanently commenced. Some
of our readers will no doubt inquire the cause of
this great difference. We can only. repeat what
we have said before, that bad governmant—mis
erable calculators in high places, have'brought
distress upon the Country, and caused the estab•
)ishments which formerly consumed large quan
tities of coal, to cease their operation, and now
permit it to remain in market unsold.—Mauch
Chunk Courier April 18th
A very large meeting of the citizens 01
the. borough of Pottsville, opposed'to Mar
tin Van Buren and his Sub.treasury sys
tern, and favorable to the re.election of.our
excellent Chief Magistrate, Joseph Ritner,
convened at the house of Henry Stager,
on Wednesday evening, the 18th inst., for
the purpose of.nominating suitable persons
for borough officers for the ensui year,
JEREMIAH REED, was -called Q the
chair; DANIEL HILL and GEORGE S
MAKER. were Appointed Vice Presidents;
and Ralph Lee and Jacob Bull, Secre
taries.. On motion it was
Resolved, That a committee of nine be
appointed, to nominate suitable persons to
fill the different offices. Whereupon,
Thb chair appointed William H. Mann,
John T. Hazzard, Robert Wdodside, Join
Heffner,Daniel Kaercher, Joseph C. Kern,
John T. Werner, Samuel Brooke, and
Samuel Shipman. Said committee, after
retiring a short time, reported the follow
in'g ticket; which was unanimously recom
mended as worthy of the support of the
citizens of the borough.
JA 808 REED.
Borough Council - .
DANIEL KLAPP, two years.
B. T. TAYLOR,
GEORGE C. W, YNKOOP.
F. J: PARVIN,
B. W. CU MMI NG.
E. O. PARRY. ,
Resolved, That each and every Whig
to the borough make it his duty to act as
a committee, of vigilance to flintier the
election of the above ticket.,
Resolved, That The proceedings of this
meeting .be published in all Iha papers in
this borough. . , A. , •
JEREMIMIREED, Prei t.
• • rhumb fires.
Bev: hir.,iCiior i ett.wilt.pretkelt.ln the
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IF' . ..
A Otio l iini*
. Norio' t r9T i lr',ltLE' llec ;
: MESHES. POW dr. EI4 ore
on 'PHRENOI.DO at the large room in' THE
PENNSYLVANIA HALL * espy sexing Ws
axe k and nexceommencing this eveipingst Nall'
pan 7 O'clook,od losing C p ith a public. test of
the truth of Pnenoligy. i n the examination, be.
torelhe audieelieforthose who miy be brou,ghi
forward.. l ;
The Leclurel will be illastratel ily .a great
num b er and variety of - coats, ukulliolire.
,In order that'll May hear - and judge for them
pelves, the first WO pi' three lectures will s he free
to aU. COME *H SEE!!
Messrs. F. ad A l i will be at the Pennsylvania
-Hati during thi dv, and after the lectuees, to
make pi:then tor:lunation, of headi, and give
written descri dont of the character and 'talents.
They willEl uppn 'families and individais in
any part of thi
villeige, without extra pay.
Pon's , ' e . ater Company.
T HE sto w old rs of the Pottsville Water
- compan re eilliby notified, that an elec
tion will be Ida William Mortimer's Hotel,
on Monday tie 14th of May nest, between the 1
hours of 2 anc 6 o'clock, for the purpose of elect.
'mg nine dire tore: to conduct the business of
said Companyifur the ensuing year: ,
: ANDREW RUSSEL,
San i ersOn's Paris.
FRESH supply of Sanderson's Pane, which A
is pronoincedito be the best I3dok. of Travels
ever publisher:, just received and for sale by
N. B. Persons •on the List are relocated to
call and receive their Books.
Pottsville Water Company.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that Rob-
Ifek Smith had been appoin fe d Superinterid.
ant of the Pottsville Water Company, with full
power to enter on 'the premises of any individual
using the water, apd examining the ferule, pipe,
hydrant, &c. and of stopping off the water when
the same is in a 'leaky state, and reporting the
same to the board of Managers, with full power
also. of enforcing WI the rules and regulations of
said Company; all of which will hereafter be most
rigidly entoreed. Persona' intending to attach
lead or other pipes to the main pipe, • must have
it inspected and approved of by said Superinten
dent before they can be permitted to attach the
By order of th Board of Manap.ers. ,
President Pottsville Water Company
april 21 30-3
JUST recrived and for salebir the aubscritcrs ,
a few pieces Splendid Painted Jaconet; ;
together with a choice ;election ot.chincze'; &c.,
tor sale by HAZZARD & STRAUUCH.
April 21 —3O
101DURSUANT to an Order of the Orphans'
Court of Schuylkill County, on Saturday the
26th day of May, tos, at 1 o'clock P. M. at the
house ot Christian Lev, innkeeper, in the town
of Pinegrove, Dr, Jacob Christ, Administrator ef .
the estate ot Solinnon Christ, late of Schuylkill.
County, deceased, will expose to sale by Public.
Vendee, the undivided moiety or half part of a
certain tract of land, situate in Barry township,;
Schuylkill County, containing four hundred andl
eighteen acres or thereabouts, bounded by lands,
of Jacob Christ. William Graeff and others, held!
in common with Adam Raudenbush. Also, the
legal estate of the said intestate in the
one third part and Tome small equita.
ble interest amounting to about one.
eleventh part of a certain house and
loi, situate in the town of Pinegrove, in the afore
said county, hounded by lots of John Barr and
others, being thetoouse and lot on which Jacob
Christ, Esq. residid at the time of his decease.,—
Also, one lot of groupd in the town of Deerfield,
near the town of Pihegrove, bounded by Tulpt
hocken street and other lute, being the same l9t
purchased trom Behjamin Berger—late the es.
tate of said deceased.
By order of the Coort.
Orwigeborg, April 21 30—te Clerk 0. C.
NEW BAKERY & CONFECTIONARY.
Frederick C. Epting — •
ESPECTFULLY infOrmt his friends end
the public in general, that he has opened a
Bakery nd Confectionary Establishment
in Norwegia Street, next door below the Arcade,
in the boron g of Pottsville, where he will al
ways keep on ha . d and bake to order all kinds
ofCates of every 'ety of pstterna-,and where
also, will always be k t on hand, Bread by the
Loaf, of an excellent qu ity, and of a large *lse.
His Confectionary com ise4 a large and gen.
eral assortment selected lvki \ care, and sold: at
the very lowest rates.
F. C. E. would also inform fainijies that he is
prepared to bake Family Bread foisseny number
who prefer furnishing their own 'Fleur, at 'the
shortest notice, and on the most reasonab terms.
Express Line for Reading: I
IN consequence of the delay of the opening
of the 'Rail tt oad from - Pottstown to Reading.
the Proprietors respectfully inform their friends
and the public in general, that ;the line tom.l
menced a running between Philadelphia and
Reading. on Wednesday April 18, and continue
to leave their office, No. 25 north Fourth street,
nearly opposite Sanderson's Hotel, daily; itit. 9 1 11
o'clock, A. M. for Reading. Returning, will
leave D. lien's Hotel, • at 10 o'clock. A. M. for
For Se,ata ply at the
,Offioe, No. 25' north
Fourth St. where an Omnibita is engaged for the
purpose of calling for passengers in any part o
the city.. .
FARE.Through to Reading . 113 3 00'
66 Pottstown . " *N.
EVANS & CALDW.ELL, ,Pfill4.
Proprietors, SANIEFE; OVENSHINE,
MINTZER. & Co. PottslOwts.
N. B.—lnimedtately on the opening of the
Rail Road from Pottstown to Reading, the Line
will be extended through to Pottsville. leaving
Philadelphiai even earlier both, at which ..doe
notice will be given.
Aid 11 • . 30— •
Rai •, ! ,
, . Paper 0 Verileips., ,
114 B AN ,A Pl ikas jag received ha Spring pit,
Jelf _ ' Hanging Paper &Borders, whicp
can •baseasallied•at Ina Bo* Mom -
Aped . 2E , I% i • • . ~ ,_
Queen Tic .ria q >i
- Dew and eivua .e
for Liadies Diener'
just received .11=1: by I
Bow and Tow Lines.
JUST received and 4r sale ainipply of Bos
and Tow Lines.
5 HAZZARD & STRAUCH.
Chanukah* Wilieb• •'=
WIDE subscribers We just received and of*:
' 2l ' for sale 50 Baskets phampaigne Wine. ili•
mini which_ will be ion d the following, Crack
Brands, Napoleon, Palm WI, liied'sack,:- Commit,
Dan, just received an d or sale by
. t HA ' D & STRAUCII.
Aprd 21 . 30—
ESOECTFULLY !announces fo his friend's
al& and the public ingeneral, that be has again
commenced the Coacllslaking Business in Noy:
wegian Street. three &lora below the Arcade in
thb borough of Pottevtlle,, where he is ready to
manufacture to order 411 kinds of vehicles at the
shortest notice, of the best materials. and at the
loWest rates. He has 'also on hand, ready made,
Beronches, Carryal'A,. Phzetons, Chariotees,
deutcheea, Buegtos, &c. which he invitee the pub
hb ttPcalland exemir.e for themenlves. The ar
ticles are all nianufantured under his personal
inspection, and he wig %torrent them to be egadl
to any manufactured cloewhe
Repairs -tf every - teScription done at the short.
est notice, and on the !most reasonable terms.
N. B. Coal taken id pa) Meet (or vehicles.
• aprtl IS 0 3m
BANNAY hae just received a very sive
• rior supply of 4,,i and inch Leaden Pipes,
to convey the water id houses, which will be sold
Ai - ANGEL wrtazEL,
Ruta Reza Turnip. and
hne Flat Turnip Seed,
By the Ih. or smaller quantity, for sale by
• april 19 23 R. BANNAIq
lIE New Castle and • French Town Rail
. 21 Road Company, w• 11 dispose of a part of the
Iron taken from their • flat car track. The bari
are in good condition, 2.1 by R. A sample may
be T een at tke Corniany's once, Chestnut street
wham 1, Philadelphia.
BULL'S HEAD TAVERN.
No. 235, North niter Street, Philadelphia.
LEWIS W. RICHARDS respectfully inform s
his numerous friends and those who have
herCtofore patronized the establishment, that he
has taken ttoie above well known stand, 'and is
now toady to receive thetkwith Aster] , attention
that can be bestowed upon gil:4l#,
Danville an le, Rail.
fr HE sandal meeting of the stockhotclers and
election for President, ten Managers and
Treasurer, to serve the above Company 'for the
ensuing year, will be held on Monday the 7th day
of May next, between'the hours of Cand 6 o'clock
P. M. at the office Of the Schuylkill Navigation
S. H. CARPENTER, Treasurer.
-I's-A S it appears, that because itir. Crine obtained
no patent for *melting Iron Ore with An-,
thracite Coat in this country. many suppose that
.they are now at liberty •to ad9pt the. biethod of
smelling Iron ore With Anthracite by the nectof
a heated air blast;' although I; gave notice last
year that 1 had a patent for' smelting Iron ore
with Anthracite COO, botlrby the use of a- cold
atmospheric and allniated air blast, I meld now!,
inform the public egain, that oh the I.4thritT,Jen
wiry, 1838, receiVed a letter from the Commis
sioner of Patents lit Washington, stating: "Sir,
upon examining ilia cave of Mr. Crane's 'Replica-,
lion for a patent far smelting Iron by matins':of
anthracite, , 1 base viewed his claim as interfe
ring with your patent of Dec. 1833, and, have
given notice to iiiblettorney ot, this decision.”—
Every attempt to Smelt l imn tie with anthracite
by the use ofa heated air taint. is an infringe
ment upon my patent, against which I caption ,
and warn all men; ss X shall prosecute every one
infringing upon my rights, according to law.—
And 1 further offer to dispose of ;latent rights for
the erecting of furnaces, according,to my patent,
upon very moderate terms.
FitgliERICK W. GEISSENHAINER.
New York, April 9,1838. • . .
fi or it.
'tj'Am - -11":_la Ur an
Rail Road iron
N. IitAVIDSON. Agent.
PIIIIE enrolled AiiHui and Volunteers', . compo.
-• sing the 24- Brigade, 6th Diyisioc , P._ M.
will commence and continue the Spring training*
for 1838, as folloirs: •
53d Regiment, commanded by Col. Hugh Lind
say, whole Regiment on Monday the 14th day of
s '. 41th Regiment, commanded by Col.
D;eoha, 2d Battalion on Tuesday the 15th'
day, May next, let Battalion oh WedneeditT
the 16th, day of May next. • '
- 77th Rintent, commanded by Col. Imo Yo.,
lion der, 2d Bat non Thursday' the 17th day of
May next, lst ttahon on Friday the 18th day
of May-next. N .. ,-
Ist Fregimest, mianded by Col. Abraham
Siegfried, Id Battalion on Saturday the 40th
day of May ne t, 2d Ntnlion on Mencliy the
Mat day of May next,"c eikja '
30th Regiment, commend by. Col. John -111,.
Bickel, let Battalion on Tues y the 22d day, oi
May next, 2d Battalion on Wednesday the . 23d
day of May ile2t: ~ , \ 11
The comnitiy' training' will be 'he ibe gist
Monday in may, namely, the 7th, and 'the pinion
are to be fixer the commanding ofgcerie s. re- -
id. ...I , ' _ •-*
'The comma ding Officetilitreempanics; ihd ,
Adjutants' of -
, nruts, ere stFietl
,q,,, ~.I By otd of 541-1,
lEiialikr . iAPPla.
!iseintd Brig - : 6tii•Div..P. M. • •
ctilivenfride, t. ." • • ' ' . -
.4th,,183 .. c
Bri all In
g a •
o' tor isle
, march 31.
:.~ . .
THE CHURCHMAN'S M UAL,.-an
s . i . f. the Doetrinei.
ehip;cifihe .11! ,, otestant.Eiliseg Pitechattir
UniteirStita, the Rev.
Of ifPhase Chtirch;Phibide
anitthe sett heie. 2 '-' l7
- spHl .;. '
- 1! •
•'• r -
• •- • THE Slope Store lioniectilioataat
gi • in at Mount Carton, Trent!
termsoire by pent dr-Breninger. •
el- , Ste. apply t o . •
8. - NICHOLS. 81 Bock:EL. - , 4
Philadelphia—of io my agent,'
A. ST. CLAIR. NICHHEO.- •,•
sprit 18 294 froitriPe."-.- • •
AN ElCitiatt; will be het a
d by 11.
Competing the Nation*,
Liklit• liifitrktry • 1
Collat . ct POltaville. on the 234 inst. kt•ilgt Arcot
ry In the Ilitropsh ofPottavi4 betereciiikerbcpiaT
of 7 and 10 P. M. to elect by ballot, one Arptn4q:
to fill the vacancy occasioned !by ilitt• irtgilfrOoFt,
of ("apt WinOhenfelter. • •
•• - ,JEREMIAEk SHAPPELL..L.4f,
Ipip.•2d Brig. 6th Div. P.A.Z• • •
April 18th. too.
IiaIOWLETT'S Interest Tablei, just realiiaalW
end for Isla by • B. BANNAN- 4411 1
jan 24: .
Ctiußcn LL'S MANt ANL v egliFeytiii4siiiirge.
Fabu, just received out for pale by -
1 . ; ; B,BANNAItr:::„
r ' •
tory of Amelia, Wrists •1
just received and lot sale by
April 14 2i3•
Miller Az - lu r erty, . , , •
Dry Goods,Grocerl;l4 7 lni 1r Liquor. Store
(Next door to Wirtimer's Hotel.).
THElft connexion with ahriuse in Philadelphia -
enables there to keep lhand :a very exten t _
siverissortiq nt of goods, welch they will litriiit-
PhiLdeflAq prices. Store-and Tavern keepers '.
end private, families, wouldldo Well to call , aritty
judge for ttAmselves: 1.. . ,
april 19 : _3l, •'
I.IPERIOR OLD IlittISDY, received' Out
fur sale N. iNitTILANS &Co !.
april 14 t25,-
RRESH timothy Seed just, received.and foe
11 : sale by ; J. CLAY TON.
LARGE and corn* assortment of fresh . 1
and . seaannable. Gonda,lOst received by the
whichhe offers for Bale atirckt
highestln ice paid fur all k;nd of
A "."- 11! • Offibe to
.1 - tre he will atir:tl to
iidetirrio iim in the line f !h1
• .Oct 21
T. k J. Ready
lir AVE j mkt received pe:r Canal Boat Atitrentuie;
JI-KCapt., John M. Crosland, direct frOint-Neva
York. ' • ;
Ws (tasks dairy chnese,
20 hoses pine applii, do
190014. superior. 'unstated beef,
1000 lbs. do Lard, •
5 hbls. superior a
30 %ibis. .o. 1 Mac rel.
_2O half do d
3 bble.,starch, . Si, .
. 25 bosea,stiperior pied and-blaikiteli. •
nov 25 •' •
• • -
,grapral assortment of iVesli and. nealornihin:
- 4 7 1 - just rec.eivtdi—conaistini ia-pal of
DrY O 4 ,
. • Mackerel,
Salt, P 1 ter, ate.' ace.
which vll be •sold lowlfor cash . The hjettilit.
price pai to catib foiallkinds of countiy pit:since !
MounttCarbon, Dec 21 .`•"SA":_2•
„rIOS &Ch. have just
11 . 6 r for
6-4 English orn 50 to 75
Super French do at.BII 50 per itLid,s . ;, -- r
Tartan, i tnerinci ivorated,dilk and cottottliiiiieire•
Bed, ivhftei yellow;green und 'cede(
Bleached and (nribleashd;Canton
.10 to 23 es 'per yd. •` •
Woratett.haat, • Wilts
did prints, gloves, e&c r s•-
dotter' hats and waddiUg .64 per Sheet, ji •
dec 3! - I • •
/Vat sub*Seriher hall new on hand at iiii Stn' • 1
- 11 L ,ituf Stbrehonse on Centre and Rail R o ql
atreetn, it full flaCtiM t el or Goo4ll.lltllfable for; . -:
coatiisgien viz '
• Batt Iron of rod aliee,•
~Band an "Hoop 40 1 ' d 0.. .! , . 4 c. '
' IsTills anfiFpike Rndido do' - . ' , l •
Steel:Militia &Scion?* dO do" •:; ' A
• Nailitand Spikes, do do ';'••• ' •
CO' Shoieht do, • do '. l
flardwain,.a gene..ra I ainortitiesit.:::,,, A
All of whiol)..he iajelling at redneellinitiai'
Jai As ‘ 2 ' • 1.- J''CLAY'rOtT e r
. . ..
Wit,' iIANNAI4 on . ' fomented a Eloolt-'Bin
"Log' ery in connettio hie 130°11E - tort
with' ' " 1
whet* sll'kinds of Boat? wilt be bcitilditCll
',shortest at low iatirt.
Blank Bo oks & 1 / 4 . C . . i., , .. z •
re , description ae to ordet s .ft,thelfere
i.—and the wolf applied Wholtitilitt Ph il
",.$.Z . f 4 .2', ,
1 4 • '.; , ~t''',.!t-'l7
o , N
e r 7 pp l:•,Pheeßiti
qaaks p cmi m cheese; -.,
Bales pas a I, 40.
fi l l: sale by I \ 1.1. NAtki*ifto4 ,
I - ;dec d
, _,~,J_ ~,y-.~
,~€ . 4
ted by, tryr*g4 t ,
. 1 B. B-4.F. N411 4t. •