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RAC -1. '
quested us towsert the fu liming: ,
Mr. akiaiiii4l44iii do iirticWe iii' 4 your
valustile'Papilr,*' the ' 4 28, IC A p ril, signed
A. S.V .,, N;vehich- Ow lin.Altatrsik trniustr,'
ispyi# Ifi.;;Gelisise . diner; edi dbfendingins`
pa4l444gaiest.'t 'claim , for'* patent of
Mr.iCrane. It a pears, thit whatsoe.ver
comes from abreqi,i. ofben ighty :prized
.10.0!lltiS'fal ntio'und in
ventions of this pory ar e'.entiervalued.
Dr. G., undoubted 16'41 ved the pio.'
bletn,tharit ii possible to s elt iron ore
with. nthreettb deitt,und is ustly 'entitled
to ttiti - hoodr, nit t/iseovere Evert the
board eftrsd H e iteyOur place tate, in their
public report, itOt " the levelopmeuts
made in thi9'tottltiy3lY; ; Dr. 6eissenhainer,
' tatistied itit•whosw it neitsed tt e experititent
of itti entire' success." These 'develop.
manta Were made long bete :e Mr. Crane
made his experiments. 'Sic fear and the
preesurerotthe times alone reventect the
Dr., from putting his works ,i nto full-Ivo
ratipiN but, he has caused o her veryjrn.
portalil deAlopinents to be made in'the
discoiery, of. excellent beds of iron wire,
whicliarele veins of from 1* to 30 inghes
ihick, and Ofteta three and Our are found
Cloie‘ together, so that abundance Of good
iron Ott is now ascertained tb exist id the
coal rtigioni of Schuylkill. That '•, i
- countryialstgferincr on accoup' t of Dr. G.'s
"pattin4.' istiiot his ault,Tor has hitherto
done ill in lila power.
' With* desiring to detr et Troia fhe
merits or*iltOrane!, I, conf that 1 be
'have the liOlee r ,'•;pl,:said ant le, or ;his in
formanti:,9rpresenneloo in ch upon the
g , enerosity l cif Mr. ;Crane. robably Mr.
vcrone ;has intirer said that .h would give
his inventifitie• the world wi hout any re.
nitinenttitint Of I have see it state.' in i
public papers,- that he w uld dispose '
of patent' rights in Ayneri , at a cer
tain amount per ton of iro made; this,
privilege Dr. G. will.,undou tedly grant,
and perhaps on stilt nyore mo e rate terms.
'lf. At, crane wag nnt- awa that a pre
•vious' patent was out here
~ r the same
'thing, and felt disposed to ac so generotni
alert us 'giving it ,to the o rid grans,
where was the need of the tr ble and ex
pense refki patent, (which wo h i have cost
hitn word than ii..5004' w hen ithout it his
purpose could have been eq p ly well ac
complishedl And . why sho Id he have
tWen a lease in Wales for 9 yea's, if he
did not intend to;reap any ad
jiffs patent there? . And
would teach men-hie inventi
and give it Aitt them e and the
competition from Wales
But supposing 'even that he
quisti his Patent:in Europe a'
would not our country be in'
off with the "competition of till
than protected by an Ainerii
true, what was said Motile
England looked with a jetili'
our vowing coal operation
to cresh them by sending la
of cckil to this century, and
prider price, would she not
.• cause to prevent ot• break d
business, if it were in her
would not Mr. Crane, with
England and in America, •
nopilise the whole iron.trade
try? Let thole interested in
ore lands seriously weigh t!
and then judge whether Mr.
Geissetthsiner is the greates
their 4nterei.ta, and which i
! the most thanks and encoutl,
situ Dr. G. a few days ago,
feeble at present; and if no i
rest himself for this great
none should complain that '
suffers under our apathy.
heard the Dr..say, I am to
he Would grant such w
be reasonable and sat]
TOR TIII HINRR
Mr., Rannen, The coin
by ••A Subscriber;' in your last marital. intend.
ed eolv as a . passing pleasantry 9n those who
have faith to-the Cheery of Phr en ilogy,
as the "mhbacribei" boa been i.formed, given
grant offence 10,1111 gentleman m•re particularly
elloiled , to i lhan others, a moral nse of justice
and'obngation ; as well as disposit' n, induces me
to do away any' Unintended injor or offence, as
-soon as possible, and .1 beg leave to assure that
gentleman-that. there was not it most remote
intention of charging his private tar public char.
acter for. uprightness or iniegri in those re
marks ; but merely to instance t • uncertainty
of the Theory commented on. N.
respectful feeling whatever woo
the writer to any persona ell tiled
only meant•to causa . mnmentary
seems to base given offence and
ings, the writer begs lo,expreva
and to apologize where the injury
May I 1th,.18311
We pubii■b the following ertic
writer seems to think that we are
on principles of even-headed josh
ha thinks,the Frame necessary to
vitt4ica'tion of the Ex -Chief Bar
ter intimates this in a few lines accompanying
the -article. Although we ego a perceive, the
force of reaeontng. In the article,
prebend the point or aPpfication
stela. yet we publish it on the g •
namely, as a defence or sindkcati •
article we say the coldroienir
end itirour colutrins. We shah
farther on the sub,iict, pro• nor co
Mr, figUmill:—Wlll you alto
through the channel of your vat
two communications published in
Wednesday and Saturday lad, ant
induced to" make the request as
not Minnally opposed to the übj
tacks. Now, airoilioever the Re
witty may be, I give "him credit
natural atom, to cook up end servo
Itc maie a man of undigested tti
chier,ijare***4 . big iiiiigyi_Loccorti
erg his, coofirac . foi appestat Me regidally,aorril
nated ticket +arercionest;tielng CQDsciensioos (iii
hiomimmindigit eir unfitoris for the situatkati,
and not to "gratify iirivatenmalice mid- ae114,.
*I /MotherTlA MBIAN.II4II 14 , The . gentkinyan
been pleased tals:mike it a m i
ter of religions nt
mem. by V with- t h e "ICAO of lerceligite Is
softer. fie as managed Very ingeniously, to
work 'FannY Wright Eno the mesa, end ' I al
believe Wishes rut all to tbiLk of our worth
'ex cbiefilurgesi is a alfoffrdinspirar ben. in '
an utter infidel. Experience Ks 0.6141 HIM'
anotinionvitent.;" but crew. 011ie moat effiCierit
oftiertfijoi f9ive. ever Jiad. 0 - to the gent/mai
of VY._ r atteads t yr the min 1 sti" ` echo wee- nhoef r
i bugt7istvpla sly eritiOvveri re eye." all 1 biiirg
to sarl* the earandly, al retrand aoherlY
whether or not he does act ly thick there is O.'
ing to be a mutiny - anumg 'vibe dow W
I would advise to biro the ' YoropriAty •bf offering
himself a volunteer to 4 quell the insurrection.
JUS tICE. ;.
The meeting in Independence Square
yesterday aforrinott, Wile the kigest the)
has assembled in 'that place lance tho
great , -banner meeting" in 1811: Mans ,
mime wan ...henna resolved and hands pre:
pared" to do justice to the bation'efiiih*
Hon. Joseett IsciEnsot.t. presided)
sod opened the Meeting with an elo tart
speech . .
His liotroa TRH MAYOR ofre" na'v
rer•olutionly which he prefaced lilt s
speech, which was "WI- de point and ppli" ,
cation, slid was heartily responded
the Crowd. •
Justan RANDALL, Esq: then `Cie fori,
ward, and was heatuty greetad. iaYet
marks were terse and pointed, he rd rd
every part of the great assembly, a ap:
pleaded wherever heard.
FRAN= E. Baswrrett v Esq, ring
been called on, presented himielf, a d ad 4
dressed the meeting it consiteraßleiengthl
Mr. B.'s appearance excited the more ati
iention, as he had been an o r iginal Jack;
son inm, and had only recently left the ad;
The Hon. Jas VATIPER then, in one:
thence ton cal, addiessetrthe meeliug Witt
great force anti truth.
The venerable Mternsw CARET move. 1
that the proceedings be published.
White Mr. Ingersoll was addressing the'
meeting, a company off 'Citikonsti check
into the yard with banners titres i, g.-4
W-e understOod they were from t treat'
si d e of the city, TiVib 'of these anneal
bore the:inscription, •41,Errai Cl. 4 ore
CII.OICE." . Another 'was riehlrin critter!
a all 'patriotic seiltimetits, Arouthr had
on it a vessel loading With cosi, lit ii the
inscription, "don't give up the ship," and
kely that he
d A merieal
it iron (mite,
in patent? If
rl aao, that
[us t7e upon
and mut t /lit
i• e count k les
-The meeting showed whet are the feel.:,
ngs of the Imo* of Pittladelphia 'tower&
he statesman of the 'west
oz:r The banks of r .N.O -..m., are
as elite and maxima.: to resume specie ;ear
metals as those ut any other rstate, and norm
ing restrains them frorn'doltitr to anSanter;
Gut a distrust of the genet l gtaverrament,•,,
the Chief of which lass nP fro ndship foi
Pennsylvania, the greal rival of lias native:
State. to fact; the President' has, a#
though he were possessed of sectional of
rival areling, evinced a most deadly hate
Or hostility to the Pennsylvania Bank of
• the United Stales; nod as his mouth piece;
the Globe affirms that all our banks are
in It ague with Bintri,z,nf course all have,
well rift! nfled fears of Ezecutivc .afen :
1 geatice. Is it any wonder, then, 'that with
such a rival as New York on o,lokitlp, anti
such an enemy as "the governMern" MO
the other, that our banks shpuld . be care
ful at,d cautious in their too fements—that
they should be wary of the Kinderhuok
Fox, lest in an unguarde moment he
should pounce upon them ! It is that Ads
ministration that the ba are afraid or—,
that is the " 1111 l nster' l w tch has so much
power for weal or fur wurraiill...is the
monster which has caused all the parties
and pressures of the last year, and which
note stands in the way of att generai re.
sumptitm. Let-the admit 4. Pon ciiange
ats torte xnal temper, and let it erases: pa pay
cease their i n wicked assaults u , .
and business of the country, a . all l will be
we ll i n a l i ttl e while=-confident, Where
stored, and enterprize and trideAvill re
some their wonted action.
Chester Co. Reg,
id still More
wn the iron
a patent in'
.able to ray'.
131 this entlo
oat turd iron
1 - rane or Dr.
. protector of
i t deserving of
he is quite
rue Will rote.
roar what I
unkind or dia•
o, in what. was
irth—and BB it
s deep regret,
[hiss been done.
N_:w ORLRANS. Tuesday. •
May 1, 1838.
From the New Orleans True Anierieoni
1561611 PP I ELECTION,
As far as w have been able to gather;
(rum the different counties, the same tri
umphant increase attends the eloquent
Prentiss and his compatriot Word, which
the first symptoms presaged. Prentiss his
been every, where hailed as the champion
of the good cause, as the able defender of
his Sta•e's -sovereignity, -and AO, much
dreaded denouncer - of the tyratiny and
misrule of the, present administration.=.
Mr. Claiborne came to this city in the Run
)ter Hdl on Sunday, and departed imme
diately for Red River on private business.
It wig yet many days before the com
plete returns of all the counties in the
1 1 Stole can be collected; but the uniform in
crease of the Whig votes over those of the
Loco Form party, as far as ' heard.,from,
brings conVietion to the' mindi of the un
prejudiced, that the triumph of Prentiss
and Word is certain. We . have 'received
the Natchez Courier of the 26th and 27th
instants, and invert the entire of the latter,
e because the
rid to dose up.
the list allo
; but.with this
st come to an
H bliah nothing
me to reply
,table paper, lo
your papers of
I I am the mare
hooey you are
tet of their at.
or very blue_
ut to the pub.
Sontag as the
GREAT CLAY MEETING.
11, S. GaOte
T , 1 1,4 M f. , M 4l: - V;;.2 - . 5 E
-...;:- IS -. , 7
, i t,
- keiet returns carifilly viith`thtqabh
the farmer , cuntert, it will be ep. bow
decidedly the Whig party has gained in all
cases.-44lis'iyainia a sufficient proof that
the election is - safe; fur though . the back
counties should even give" die *me vote hs
before. it is §nite 'certain dist the 'mutt,
is favourable to our party. '
Prentiss, • - . 098
Claiborne, ' • 299
'Davis. , 4 281
Nat:W.9 s A.,..„ Olt 429
Word, . '''' fr 41'1
Davi% . .
We subjoft a i(tatettlent of the result" of
the a actions in Jeirersob 'outlay, in July
and November last, from .the latter' w inch
it will be seen that Messrs: Claiborne and
14oli.bn adtuallYreceived mute vott.3 when
they were 'rids candidates than Mears.
Claiborne and Davis 'have now received I
to .tarty, Prentiss bad 9.38, Irma 226,
Claiborne 112, and Mollies] 98. In No
vember, Preittms had 335, Word. 342,
Claiborne 146, and Gibelson 147. Now,
as trill be seen above,. Prentiss bad 429,
Word 417, Claiborne 121, and Davis 12th
?rennin having gamed since November
44 votes, and Claiborsne lost 25.
In the icily election the'vcAe stood,
Prentisit, - 403
So that Mr. Prentiss has obtained the
astonishing Itterease . of 370 rotes!! while
Claiborne has gained only -83 May the
cause-coutinue to prosper.
One precinct, Jackson, only beard from.
Fur the Legislature, Foote, (Wing.;
159. Wilbents. (Loco F0c0,) , 6.5. The
above is correct—being furnislaed by the
judges of election. • .
Complete with the exception or one pre
cinci, Fort Adams not being beard from.
C`larbOrhe t 1111
Thue we ate the same triumphant gee
cess attending the Whig cause in Mimi!?
I,ippi--hitherto the Ima-t and brag of the
Loco Focim—is now redeemed.
POPULAR VOICE or N. ENGLAND
Whig. V. B.
Vermont, 22,220 17,73 G
31ast.achusetts, 30,920 • 33,132
Connecticut, :29,500 22,000
New Hampshire, 25,338 27,242
R, (stand, :2,566 2,192
ELECTION IN 18311
As it win be interesting at this time. to
known how the vote stood at the last Gu:
bernatorial election in Pcnosyßir anis, we
give the returns belovr. h wodld be well
for readers to preserve-them fikr"future re-
Ji+seph Itimerts vote was 04,111
George Wolf's 65,804
H. A. Mublenberg's 40,546
Majority of W. a trd M. over Miner
the following is the result of the Bo?
rough Election in Orwigsburgi
William B. Pottsi . Esq. 24
*John Barman, teq. 33
Charles Frailey, Esq. 21
*Joseph Hammer, , 37
*John Kreter, 31
Jacob Broom, Esq. 2'
Jahn M. Bickel,
Joho Shoener, 2
Willi tin Frailty,
*Benjamin Nebt,_ 4
*Peter F. Ludwig', ,
Them marked Oft (*) stb til►etad.
• Skim his barb be tarred '
Struck ikeep die spdra—the retied behind Wei
split:Dad, - '
Add 614ben Abil Galan the lend tewaid,
wit he yearetict. MOREL% y.
On the 29th . ult., by the Rev. Mr.
Shear in St. M ichael ' s "Church, the Rev.
Dr. Hskiacascir, Rector or Trittity Church,
Si.. Augustine, to Alum)). Alva, daughter
of Abraham Dupont, Eaq., algae* Florida,
• • 'Clatrketan Paper.
SCHUYLKILt. 'kLLE? r BAIL lOU.
The following is th 4 amount of Coal, transported
on this Read for the week ending on Sant : day
evening last the 51h•it.st. 461) tons
tit H. POTTS, Collector, •
The following li . the tiriOunt of Coal traniported
on this roisd . for ttio leek ending on Wednesday
evening last, - 1599 teas
Per kit Report; 1813
The following is diet amount of coal transported
on this Rail Road for the weak eroding on
• Thursday evenint last, 3279 nuts
Per last Report! 3474
Pausesll4Vite 12, 1838-
WHEAT F • by the load was wouh on Fri
WHEAT k .50 per: pushel, iv demand.
RYE FLOUR 2 50 per cwt. in demand.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 2 5u per ewt.ln demand
• RYE, by the load 'BO emus Dy tbebusl24—read ,
WILL be sold at Public Sale on -Saturday
the 19th of May, 1828, atthe house of Wm.
Mortimer, the following Household and Kitchen
Furniture, sir. 1 Sideboard, I Soli, Card Tables,
Chairs, Bedsteads, Lookitrg•gtasses, Oureaur,
Carpets, ind a varie‘y of other articles.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M. on toad
day, when the conditions of sate will oe made
known by N. J. MILLS,
may 32 36-2 Auctioneer.
. -f? • -
--•--;' 2110 Zektilititn. ` .- 'k
*Tidal oh lny . birib placi;" — " . ' ' 4
4 i tool ally .fassfal dooow
1 blow that Moslem's palierfol row
foto its aletrila iamb, ~ - , . ':.
ft ' thy kwitikWowec br ow s 1iw4,1 1 . 4
_ add with thohotohlhog chola,
To hoftlagll Oa (he cowardly kw% ' 1
' t . Omit coniiimini filiola. '
1 114 bravo tad knightly, I .
y awns tad lordi of fame. 'i
'On - ihyliahrood swag dohsadina ‘ t .
now dill country's shows. 1-
1 brim thee feted country.
Whi*Yet You're free, sod stew_
By ,Athsh tteer loves thee.
& wear the yoke you'bear.
•- - •
'To think how ltiw thonert fallen.
Oakes the soul within me
By the Prophet of Moslem,
I enter will tetutn.
*ILL CROEK RAIL ROAD.
GE). HAOESTY, Collector
intA2NCH RAIL. ROAD.
ROBERT C. HILL, Collector
REVIEW OF 'tuE MARKET.
RYE CHOP -90 dents per bushel in dimand
OATS 40 cents—Mady sale.
POTATOES 45' ,
cents per bushel in demand.
CORN-70 cents per bushel in demand.
CLOVER SEED.-. 45 Su per bushel.
TIMOTHY SEEM—SI do per bushel.
PLAKSEE9-91 12 per bushel in demand.
IVIIISKEY,—.II2 cents pet gallon..- ,
BC rrE.-111 cents per pound—inKep 12 dents
EGGS-- 2 dents per dozen.
LARD-10 cents per pound.
TALLOW-9 cent} per pound.
HAMS 19 cents per paned.
CORN CHOP 80 Cents per borate) in demand.
BACON-12 cenutiper inatand. •
BEESWAX—Id cents per pound. •
FEATHERS-62 deals per pound.
COMMON WOOL-40 cents po pound
MACKEREL. by the bbl. No 1, 1112 00 Al i 2. 212
SALT-4 62} per bbl.; 87 per bushel.
PLASTER, is worth $1 0 0 per tee-
HAY $lB per ton.
ST RAY HORSE.
ip ANI E to the stable of theaubscribers in Cal.
lid 'mishit' Street on the 16th inst. a DARK
BAY HORSE. veryilow in condition. The own
er is requested to cmhe forward, prove property
anc: pay charges, otherwise he will be sold ac
cordingio law. LEE At -CURRINGTON.
may 12 7 3S-3
SIX CENTS RiMPAIR.D.
RANAWAY from the aubieriber on Tuesday
last, May 11b, an indented apprentice to the
Cabinet Making Business., named JEREMIAH
MoCULLODGR, aged about 19 years. All per.
sons are hereby forbid harboring or trusting said
boy at their peril. Whoever will retorn /Aid Ap.
prentice to the subecriber shall receive the above
reward. • DANIEL /WEAN D.
may 12 36r3
Afiddleport and Pine Creek Rail Read tiontpatty.
PURSUANT to Charter an Election for Pros
ident, Manager* and Officers of said Com.
patty will be held at the boils; of John Miller, Inn.
keeper, In the borough of Reading, Berks Coon.
I.f, on the Sat day of lane next. at lour o'clock,
P. M. may 12 36-3'
Coal Land and Farm
TEE nbscrilver 'Afflict( at Private
Sale his Carm, containing 30 acres,
B i I stoats *ray in Barry township, and
partly h Rrish township, Schuylkill
County.: about eight miles from the borough of
Pottsville. About 0 acres of the land is cleared,
and in s good state Pf cultivation. end ibe Dan
ville andlPottsville Rail RiCad runs through the
tract. On the premises are erected three dare's
ling boosts; all in good order. About one half of
the Land is known In be goOd Coal Lands An
indispdiable AKIO will be given, For farms,
apply to !JAMS C. STEPHENS,fbc.
may 36-3* .`; on the premises, ,
tt hoop sccfijiileitl County Celials.
WI Parade in Wednesday the 24 daY
tif May; i 938, st Mortinotols Motelj st g
' M. provided with 6 Route of !Rank
Cartridits...Semmunttl i npolm. •
JAS.i. 4VOLI I mATITON. - 8 1
gag 3941 \
SI 7 1 , • ' FACTV
Doer tiSawnwi Ratted Store. ittd welly
'eprisit,n 6E' Nat iesirl Rohl is dr Ber*gh of
RES Pottavitle,i , - - • .
ACTFUI t LY tunfonehes,
the public, that ha constantly
•keeps un band II general . wort
' • 'Meat of Sadd6, Bndles, Trunks.
1 C.o3lo,Gig a d' Wagon Liariteig,
Natters. Tra lag Raga, Patent
Fly Nets, Bs; Robes Wearer
Saddles., fda f ibts, Gig. End
a • Ridinglithitos ibgethgr with err.
ery 10 r ankle geserallgkep Indtaanufactored
by Saddler., ood solicits all in want of theme air.
deka by calk and essotinelor tharnsebrea..
Eirtiy'description of work in - his toe. will be
mad. th order at aborteat untien. with neatoese
and durability; Sod on tering ns low as. can be
may 9 . , 35 _. 3
NNOTICE is 'hereby given, ilia the partnership
heretofore lexistior be tween Hiroo Omens
andGPaniel Speomenbeurge, contractota on the 24ih .
and 25th Sections of the Cattitwiima Rail Road,
was diesolved on the 7th init.* mutual Consent,
by the Withdrawal of Daniel Spunnentxtutg from
the firm—and the sutweribei also gives notice
that her I. nut reepongibie for any deUta contract
ed by the said Daniel Spnnnenbourg eller thi4-1
date. HIRAM OWENS.
Hotel, Coal Landing*, and
AT SCHUYLKILL HAVEN. •
Positive &le to elosra Concern.
WILL he sold at Public Sale ; ON SATYR
DAY. the 2d of 'Jane, 1838, et 7 o'clock
in the evening, at the Philadelphia Auction Mart,
in Carpenters'Court, Chestnut street, (South
Side) between Third and Fourth Streets, a large
number of building lots, coal landings, public ho
tel-and out lota. situate at Schuylkill Haven, be.
idg at the junction of the West and Main branch
es of die Schuylkill, and dt the termination of the
West Brooch Or Mine MN and Schuylkill Haven
Rail lload„On which Hearty one-third of the coal
business of Schuylkill county WWI done the past
The property be sold agreeably to a plan
now eshituted at the Philadelphia Auction Mart,
land wettish" of
CO Building Lots on Doak street,
30 un Haven aired,
40 on Centre Turnpike, the main road to Potts
A number of out kits, from to to 131 acres.
A large sod well finished betel, to which is at
tsclied 28 acres of land, and seven 'coal -wharves
or landings, from 150 to 230 feet front. by 80 feet
in depth, all este occipied as coal landings.
I 1 The public is most positively assured that
the above property wilt be sold at the time and
place stave mentioned without liinit or reserve.,
lion. Terms at Sale.
N. O. Plans at the Philadelphia Exchange
at the Philadelphia Auction Mart. and at the pain
ci l ia' hutch , in Schuylkill and Barka Counties.
rbiladelphia. May 9. 1838.
For Sale, or 4o• be lierited.
, lARAT valuable tract dfLand ca/led the "Elio
. ton Tract," belonging to Elizabeth Spobn,
situate on the west Norwegian Rail Road, nett
north oC and adjoining the Peach Mountain, is
offered liir sale on accommodating terms; or- the
Coal Mines will be leased severally or together
to an approved .tenant. Apply to
sprit II "
THE undersigned cautious the public against
purchasing or lei Wing the tractor land ennui
Clinton Tract, on the East Norwegian rail road,
from Elisabeth Spain, or Henry Morris toe her,
as he the undersigned claims title thereto, and
will instiluie 6 quit against any person attempt
ing to take the possession thereof.
Monheim, April 25,1838
TIM Limited Parinership heretofore existing.
between the subscribers in the Coal b»siness,
under the firm of TO WNSEN D U. FR AN.K LI N •
expired on the let of April. 1838. by its own lim
itation. TOWNSEND U. FRANKLIN.
The coal bnikneas be continu u eil by the
subscriber on the old wharf Seco d below
Chesnut et. on Schuylkill. PhiladelPh . •
TOWNSEND U. FRANKLIN.
Philadelphia, May 1838 . ( 35-2
fit HE Register GI Schuylkill courtly, having
A- granted to the irobswiter. Letterer of Admin
istration' no the RstafeAßY BANE; late of
Pottsville, demised t all persons indebted to said
Estate are hereby required to mike immediate
payment; and those having el*ims to present them
legally authorised for settlement to
S. N. PALMER. Adm•r.
, , .
-Netlike and ICAufion:
,ET RS Testa mentary !or the estate of MA.
ILA BAINE, deceitsed.lhaving been grant.
ed to the subscriber, sole t eieCutor of her last will.
and testament. MP persons having claims a
gatr et. the said 'White, wilt please present them
for settlement; and all persona indebted to the
same are requeited to make payment to the soh.
scriber, who is the only person legally authorized
to itesiict said deka. The administration grant
ed t@ Ettange N. Palmer, Esq. having become
void by the probate of the will Of the said Mary
Balite, end the subsequent gnintiAg by the Reg.
later at tlichnyikill County. of tenets testanienta_
ry to the subscriber.
Residing tri Pottsville,
Solo Executor °Melva will of Mary, Ref.e, dcc'd.
g • 1.1-6
DtosollutiOix of raiitnership. •
:panership 'flatterers) etiatiog between
entweribers. trading tinder gm firm of B.
D.3CIDNSON & CO. is this day dissolved by mn.
teal Conant. The business of the late firm will
be *Oiled by either of the subieribers, at the of
ft39oath stb street.
BEND 6 D. 30L1140N.
hita.ltay i, init.
TbeGeal business will be cottueded by the sub
scribes, islat *ill keep a seiloty Ofthe% best Red
White aid Grey Ash ,Sabuylhill Cual, at thirj9w.
at yrs* pie** by the tamca• finite o.
CO". SS moth Sth st Wharf below.Sbuth.
mad S S4l CALEB Sd
'C. 3. WOLBERT,
3d & Walnut Strce
ja5 . ).1,41 frjokkily 1,5*,4 1 ::
rit 4 l t
:reasl: Teakg, 011;13:-; .. t4, ,
50-caAvPsl.4 Coiiii , :41:10 1 ; ( .-FM-,
aid Mock -Tauctonaisting of Chi ,-
P* R. Poochotti, Gonpoodet. p l o w ,
Ilynoli,tdd if - n and fit - Onini Skitajonttroitho„
nod fikr sale a reduced' ptteesly :ii:4`. , ,-...
N. L4rtiork44ol(3 , -
Perend moldiest' put op for foinili , v. 3-
!mg_ . _ .. ~.-xx.ttr,,,ii
. . cfrimpavaie WietW':,..: : :viv , w
rititAmeAtdrik wthraiift. the: - +''''''.,44
.~ abate* briade, am:Angina. mad,• • ' ''' , *.p. ',....i;
ettimPaigne, iglus and palmetto; 4140: - . 14 ,A
mots, for tali at moderate prices bf - . -- . - -,ic';-,„ • -,
1 mum & EIA.OPE ' kt , '.*: : .-4 -, 1,
tiE aubseiibees baye at r
. eneived and ofrat , ,:- ,
for sale 40 Biakets Cbsitipargne Wine. Jr; ;
max which rein be found the ibllowin*,=eria , ,
Brands, Ni ' ead, Palmetto, kliedintek. Catroa‘;,
_,_,- Nt , .. - -. , 0-':o'--,. ; • ~
Dart, . •
, , 'HAZZA.4k - da ST4U.CI.I. '
Aprtt2l' i' », -•: -.-°•
• • Gilding. '
• Ik,A ft-U I N
,00icigq.*LAss and Picture Frarrie•Oild. - ,:
11 "- er, next 000 T to Mr. ionn-Mcßarsiert`itil.:iii
street. Old fl-ames In' the neitestkatianw,s.4,t
-leer. end at the iihtirteot notice. .•-•
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The ifittOs' Bank the
• • C4utitßpf
May 1. 18.18.1 ti
TIIE Direttors of life atiii*vioitittattiOrdia
Oda day declared a diiidend of Slattiettpol
the capital atcieli s out of :he Profits - of
tnontha, payable to the Stockholders or Ittsti„ .. /404,•74 .. ..•;,:
reptesentatirdi on or lifter the 11th inst.
IcaArtLes WESER, Catbiehrl•
may 5 ,f
. , ' ;--,, t- v ., •.•'. , f
Mount etbon Rau 'toad Company. '.:
XiiallCE , hereby given, that a special arieet4
. 4 M ing of 'Stockholders of the Mittiiiiteel:tt
bon Rail Ron Company,, will be held on.l3iiitir' '
day the 26th as , otitlay, at ..ifeictoc lailitiA,
iernoon. in Ridinin No. 23 3letchants'' ' Slabinte
.$., 4.. k•
City ot.Pfhila4lphia. . ,
By urdeitirille . 1132 id of Minalir;O:
. • JANIF f S DIDINEtiIi.:7. ,
PhiladelphO. May 5 .1.344.64-4
Coal Merehants, Land Ornprlitiiiii ,
and others, are respeetfullfiti
. • formed by
'Haden smith s . , ', - '4" e tl2 ,
Civil Engineer, Land- siirveyor t itie«.A->.
•riNHAT he bas commenced a perinimentresi-t
11 ' deuce in Pottsville, and is prepatedttitiscaitsr . \
and satiable/Oily mica tiall business willrirtnalei'?
he may be faVorcd.
H. S. is dillermined to confine his' printiiieto,•
Pottsville and, its vicinity, which arrangememt,t;
will enable him , pandually to attend to tboiai.:„
gentlemen engaged in. mining, who may employ,..
Maps handiiirriciy finishe'd, and Architectiirat
Designs finviihed in everrstyle. ' • - ;. , rf
Pennsylvania Hatt, April 23,11338. 31.-2rito •
WILL belyold..en Saturday the 26th day cif .
May 1638, at I O'clock . P. M. at thelottsi"
of Chlianan te.y. Innkeeper in the town of Pine! ,
grove, the undivided moiety or..half part eta cat:- . .
tarn tract of oar land, situate in Darry. loam/161A/
Schuylkill minty...containing four hundredaprewl.
or thereaboutal bounded by the laude of 3titiS P
Christ. WM. Greiff, and others.
WILLIAM GRAEST:*: ,
Assigneewof Adam Raudonbusb:
ILLEs.. & ' map gill'Y have
• 11 - 41 their' spring ',apply of hash Groceries, a-
mong which Will he rancid acme tery choice
Green and Bieck Teas of the verv.latest import/.
Lions, which they can recommend to theiefriestdS,, , ,
and the public;
april 28 2
LINE OP STAGES.
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' ,. .A11V-W ..111 LAI/ .111 • •
PRI RE.Propi.ietora of this Line, (wlnchhes been
-!L• fitted up n a euperior mannerlor the aecorn.---L
-modation of thb Travelling Communitg.) reopriat t 4
fully ohnbui* - to --- the public that the Line 'will ,
positively commence running tat weep
PO TTSEILLB ik PHILADELPHIA;-' ! ? .-.4 . -,
on Wednesda y the 2d of Slay, and vvtll continua : . •:...' _
to leave tbeir ;l otriee at the Pennaglintoip-„Ilag, i
Pattaville, daily at 13 o'clock, 4. M. knd' atiiii.in'
PhiladelPhiseit-R-cecloCk P. M. at the lifilkuirt.e.' ''
rates of Fare,.
To Orwigaburg, • 00 SO •,--,
Port Clinton, • ''- . - 75 .
_ Hau4i,urg, 100
Reading. 2 00. '''C'
' Pottstown:, 3 ao. • •
Trap', - , 3•621. '.
Norristown, 4 So • fz. . i.
Phihidelphia, , - 8.04,.: - ~I.- -
For §cata 'apply at the Pennaylvttuittiall;
Pottsville( ;lOW. Rotel, Reading; and of WO ..
Office, No. 25 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia. - - Q '
• IMINTZER & Co. Pottaii. , •
SANI'L. OVENSIHNE, Phi l 44 -.
IWANS'& CALDWELL, 00.
• Pr , ' mom
11.00 eat Instruments. L.
t IRE eubscriber has just received and, otFelii
44 for sale ~. , ; ' . 4;..}. •..
4 keyed Getman:Futes, plain, . ,
Glarionets. ~. , .
Violins, ' .. • .4.:..',,`
Fifes, . •
. . - ! • • I: - ~ .1
Violin Bria tee, Fins, Strings and now-ntsr t
Clarionet Reiplit, • . , 1 ' -. .
Guitar Stri 7 ngs, ' .. , ~ - •r- t• 1, 4
1 ! „
tie restpectAil y inYitto tho public to • itilijind
eq.triiine his sioiA.
• _ JOHN &C. MARTYR: - ' may s,lB*
BULL *BEAD TAVEKJL .
*0.235, No4h nirsi"street, PAilei,elpfhii •
TlNip*. RICHARDS respectfully' telbOisis
,01 -01his,numerieni friends sod those who hairs.
heratokstrpitfrOiscd the establisheleettobittibit-'-' ,
has taken the Above well known stsedretio -1 1*
now ratty to reixive them with every
e ttettlithit• - •
that can be bedewed upon either their ttembift
or wants. -
Philadelphia, April 18th, HMS.