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wigsburg can get their papers at the house
of Michael Graeff, on Saturday morning.
Otr Will some friend be kind enough
to furnish us with a copy of Mr. Bond's
speech on Retrenchment and Reform, in
Fellow Citisens, do your duty.—The
present contest for Governor is the death
struggle of the Van Buren party in this
State, and seals the fate of mierule through
out the country. Of this fee\ the vvern
ment at Washington are aware, and they
will mfdoubt spend a million of the peo
ple's money to carry the election of David
R. Porter. Already is the Globe as busy
in electioneering for Porter ae:any of the
party presses in this State. 'lt therefore
behooves every person Who loves his coun
try, and who desires to.see an end of mis
rule, and the good old days of his country's
prosperity revived again, to come forward,
do his duty and JOSEPH RITNER, the pre
sent enlightened chief magistrate of the
state, the people's choice, will be trium
phantly re-elected by a majority of fifteen
thousand, and Van Buren, Loco-foco, Sub-
Treasuryism, will sink never to rise again.
The True Issue.—JOSEPH RITNER
is opposed to the misrule administration of
Martin Van Buren; opposed to the Sob
treasury, bill; opposed to the creation of a
National debt, by the issue of shin-plastets;
opposed to an increase of the state debt;
Apposed to all shin-plasters, and in favour
of a paper currency that can be converteci
into gold or silver at the option of, the
holder; and oppose,' to the National Gov.
ernment interfering in the affairs of this
DAVID R. PORTER is in favour of
th r e administration of Van Buren, (which
.the party acknowledge)—in favour of the
Sob-treasury bill, (see his vote in the
Benate)—in favour of the creation of a
National debt, by the issue of government
shin-plasters, (see his vote in the Senate)—.
in favour of increasing the present state
debt, (see his vote in favour of the mam
moth appropriation bill, of the session be
fore last, which Gov: Ritner . vetold)—
opposed to the Banks resuming specie pay
ments, by advocating the destructive mea
sures of Van Buren's administration, which
caused the Banks to suspend in the first
instance, and which continue to prevent
them from resuming—in favour of a gold.
and silver currency, which would reduce
the value of all kinds of property one half,
and reduce the price of labour at least one
half its prevent value—in favour of paying
the office holders in specie and the people
in rags, thereby increasing the salaries of
the kce holders from ., five to eight per
cent., and robbing the; people of that a
mount—in favour of the General GOvetn
moot interfering in the affhirs of this state,
which his whole political:course proves.
The Late Mob.—Judge Fox, holding
court in Montgomery county, deemed it
his duty, in elle' giug the Grand Jury, to
! speak of the late outrage of the mob in this
city, and the burning of the Pennsylvania
!Hull; and he has done so in a tone which
ought to be used by every Judge upon the
j bench, every public Press in the country,
:nd by every citizen who has the least re
! gard for the honour of his country, or the
least desire for the perpetuity of our free
institutions. Nothing can be more fear
, fully true, than that "the same disposition
i'that induces resistance to the officers,
whose duty it is to execute the law, will
incite the same description - of persons to
.di punish the Judge . on the bench,
wbo may do his duty in defiance of popu- .
lar ex titement." The following is the
language of the Judge.—Coin.
"That an extraordinary disposition to
set at naught the law, and the legal 'power
!of its officers, elitists throughout our Conn
; try, from one extremity to the other, can
!not be doubted by any one who pays the
! slightest attention to the events of the
times. No where, and at• nit time. has,
this r disposition manifested itself in a more
I alarming shape, than in the late riotous
proceedings in the great- city of our state.
,There, deliberately, and with the design*
well keowii, and in the4tesence, as we
I may say; of the whole peopliielitlarge buil.
Iding was set on, fire by a mob,aud burned
t o the ground. The Sheriff of the, county
!and the - Mayor of the city attempted to
interfere to prevent the crime and arrest
, the criminals. But net an arm was raised
Ile assist them, they were beaten and driven"
;; and thus high crime consummated
,:with tho most perfect impunity.
$9 long as acts like these ern ra
ted by the very young, the indiscreet, tbe
vicious, end the ignorant, there iu little
cause of apprehension for the silky of-our
institutions, provided that those from whose
age, general 4respectability, and stake in
society we have a right to expect prudence
end foresight, frOwn upon such outrages,
and give in time pf need efficient support
to the laws and its officers.' But when,
as in the present case, all barrio's are bro
ken down, and -the power of the law ie
prostrated by the connivance and counte
nance of all ages, ranks, and conditions,
we must fear that the disease has reached
the vitals of society; and, unless prompt
and ' effectual remedies are supplied, a
speedy and violent dissolution must take
Today, the excuse for the outrage
against the law is, thatlhe building burned
was an Abolition HaWin which proceed
ings! were had and prineiples disseminated
destruCtive to our institutions and abhor
rent to the feelings of the great body of the
community. in Bostpn, a school house
was burned by the mob, because it was a
Roman Catholic institution and they feared
the advancement of Popery. Such excuses
for such acts are, iii effect, but avowals
that the laws shall be suspended and the
mob govern; •when even the majority, or
those who have poweii, whether a. majori
ty or not, shall choose that it , be so.—
Society for the , time is dissolved, and the
law of the strongest :prevails. To-day,
this taw may be applied - to abolition balls
and abolitionists, but Jo-morrow, it may
please the mob to apply it to a Quaker
Meeting House, and, to Quakers, to Pres
byterians, or Lutherans, or Menonists, or
to whomsoever, or whatsoever the preju
dice or passion of the moment may direct
The general disposition evinced in the"
case which has called forth.these remarks,
to resist, or at least not to support, when
assailed, the public officers in their at.
tempts to preserve the public peace, is not
the least alarming evidence of the diseased
state of the public mind. The same die.
position that induces resistence to the off•
cers, whose duty it is to execute the law,
will incite the same description of persons
to resist or punkah the Judge on the bench,
who may dare to do ,his duty in. defiance
of popular excitement. It appears to me
that there is but a step from the one to the
other, and that that step may be fatal to
The Mob which -was suffered to run
wild and comm i t abominable devastations
in the very heart of Philadelphia, goes
ahead of the Charlestohvn Convent outrage.
That was remote from town and no one
was present to chic 4 the first ebullitions
of the mob. This was in the midst pf a
dense and enlightened population, with an
,ii , cient police, whichj could have bad, had
° - 1 been desired, the aid, of an ample military
orce. Tel it went on to the end uncheck•
ed amidst the collected citizens of Philadel
phia, the torch was applied and property
destroyed and the rights of free discussion
trampled under foot. • This would not have
occured thus under any despotic Govern
ment, but yet it is endured in this eulight
ened Repo bile 1— Northampton Cour.
SOMETHING FOR THE GERMANS.
The Locofocos now amuse themselves
by RIDICULING:7'HE GE i RMANS,
and openly puke their fun at Governor
RetNREI, because he liappens to belong to
that class of the population of Pennsylva
nia—a elms to which IlUr Commonwealth
owes much of her prosperity• and good
character. The last "Reporter" of this
'place contains a communication showing
up the Governor, bortattse his English is
not so good as that of the starvling lawyers
who write fur that paper. We care not, how
ever, how far the Lk/doer's carry this sort
of warfare— they are , welcome to all 'the
good it will do their candidate.
The la-t Miltonia9 says the following
resolution was lately passed at a Locofoco
meeting, and remarkslfacetioeisly—"S:and
back ye Dutch, i 1- , way for the
learned and tslei id R. Porter,
whose Grandma!' Dutchman !"
"Resolved, Ma entyotrutive.
Joseph Ritner, is 'competed to
discharge the high 'is station, be
cause he is urn and illiterate.
07It has been in Arkansas
that for a Van But of the House
of Representatives member with a
Bowie knife, on tie, re *the House, is
"excusable homicide! '
War on eke State Sovereignties.—The
Mississippi contested election was the third
Cue of the kind since the commencement
of Jackson dominitioo, in which the mem
ber elected by the Pe ple was ejected from
hip seat by a servile ouse of representa
tivu. Letchei and oore was the first,
Graham and Newma the second, .;b
Mississippi contest lb ..third. in each of
the . three cases, the , of the House
inflicted the grossest prong on the'rights
of the people; and in (tech cue the people
avenged the wrong bylreinstating the ejec
ted member.—Richmond Whig.
fro:LT—the rapid progress of the iron
1: 5 1
manufacture, in En d may be under
stood from the filet, that in• 1740,_ the
quantity manufacture - was 17,000 tons;
while in 1836, it has shed 700,000 tons
for the single year. The quantity made
in 1820, was 400,0 tons, which shows
air increase in the product of 300,000 Mils,
jo a period of 16 yeara.—Batt. Pat.
THE RSI JOURNAL+ r:
..- . .OF
THE BPECtECIR LAR.
B. In U. Senate, on TiuMisg . • ning, Mr.
Clay's resalaiou.. amended by Iffr.We bster to
read follows, was finally passed—
**Bs it Resolved by Ike Senses Anis of
R ' saes, t& That it shall riot be law
cal for, be Secretary of the Treasury a make, or
to continue in forces. any . general 'cedar which
shall create any difference between tact different
branches of revenue, as to the nioneyiur media%
of payinent in which dolt or dues, uing t 0
the 1/.lslates may be paid.', _
Befiire the vote was taken,
Mr.CL AY, of Ky, expressed ' that the
second portton of his resolution ha not been
adopted; and he hoped that some reme
dies Might be provided, especially . repeal of
the provision in the deposits law 0'1836, by
which the awn of hanks issuing notes of a de
nomidation less than $5 are now axe ded from
' Thli vote on the passage of the lution was
as &Bowe:— _ r
YrMessrs. Bayard.' Buchanan, Clay, of
Ala, lay, of Kentucky, Clayton, Dallis, Fulton,
Grundy, King, Lumpkin, Lyon,McKean, Mer
rick, Mouton. Nicholas , Bore, Preston, Rives,
Robbir.s. Robinson, Ruggles, Seviel, Smith, of
Indiana, Southard, Spence, Swift, h iTaUmadge ,
Tiptan, Trbtter, Wall, Webster, Whi , Williams,
Naha—Messrs. Allen,Benton, Brown, Calhoun,
flabhard, Morris, N iles, Smith, of connecticut„
Tfie resolution finally passed the 1 er House
by a vote of 154 to 29. tWe subjo' the nega
NAYS--Messra. Atherton, %midi , Cambrel
eng, blowney, Coles, Cushman, Dro genie, Dun
can, Earrington, I. Fletcher, F Harrison;
Holt Erflubley,jlKeim, Leadbe r, Logan,
McKay, A. McClellan, McClure, M , Parris,
Petrlkin, Rives, Shep'er, Spencer, T , Tur.
ner.jared W. Williams-29. -
Sri the joint resolution was PAse and re
turned to the Senate. [it requires ly the ap
probation of the President to heatom a law.]
Ws.iinpurrsi May 30.
' IHIOUSE OF REPRESENTA IVES.
Mr. Garland announced to the use that
Meisra. Prentiss and Word having 1 n elected
by the people of Mississippi in November las+,
and that election having been ago affirmed,
were in attendance and in readinerd to take the
usual' oath. Those gentlemen theln presented
theiiiselves to the Speaker, .vtien Mr 4 Prentiss, on
behalf of himself and colleague, etad that con.
stcleSing themselves as having bee elected in
November last, they would take tl oath upon
the Merits of that election only, an without any
reference whatever to the recent fir roauon .of
it by the citizens of Mtssissibpi The oath
was then administered and they too their seats.
REPEAL OF THE SPECIE C
In common with the Country we
the United States Senate, that new
Lord Fucoism in high places, feeli
..the !Democracy of Numbers," are .
undo what General Jackson and
Buren have. done. This we consil
step in the Whig march of "folloai
steps" backwards. The party in
on the right about face, and we bo
will ,be thequick step. The .
scheme is de facto abandoned, the
ministration cannot carry it, and he
eller; we presume, tiadoing what ha
is to he the order of the day.
TO move the administration part on the back
hack ` ban been a very difficult t ing. For a
whol year. we Whigs have po in upon it
the bitUeries of almost every Eledti . from the
Democracy of Numbers, but they h ve yet stood
the fire ! We 'have started it at I on the back
track. We mean to' posh it back et further,
and to stop only where the' Fathers f the Repub
lic laid the platform of true Repub can Princi
ples.-;—N. York Express.
On the Back Track.—Tlie forth ing repeal
of the Treasury Circular is a long tride on thoi l
backtrack. The quicker all thatii been done.
upon the Currency is undone the tier. The '
. footsteps of "the Illustrious Prede r" must
be followed backward. The point tolbe'reached is' ''
that of the first Message in 11429, , and though,
there are many tracks for Mr. Van Ouren.to fatal
between this and that, the quicker flie begins to
jump into them, the safer for him.-448. ' 1
When our friends of the Journal
saw something a-head, whether bre
relatihg to the Hanks, thee were w.
tend Ho ! The subjoined will sh .
and a haven are in sight.
Wei copy the follow irg importan'
the trational Gazette of last evening.
MT DLit SIA-.
In iny letter of the 7th oh. I stn d my belief
that there could be no safe nor' manent re. ;
gumption of specie payments by the Banks, until
the policy of the Government tows sethem was
The repeal of the Specie Circula t iby Congress
menet' that change. I see now, w t until now
I have not seen, the means of restating the cur
I rejoice very sincerely at the detfrmination of
this unhappy controversy, and shall cordially
co.oprzte with the Government by promoting
what the Banks are, I am sore, anz ous teeffect,
an•early resumption of specie payments through.
out the Union. • .
With greet respect, yours,
hI. f SIDDLE.
Hen. J. Q. ADAMS, Washington, .C.
From the National I otellig cer. . '
lA NEW TREASURY CIR LAIC.
A Circular was yesterday issue° f m the Tree.
° tory partment, addressed to all Ilectort or
recei era of public money, founded n the joint
repot tion repealing the Specie Cir ular, which
reeei the approbatibn of the Pre dent of the
Uni States on the day after its fi I passage at
• Circular instruets - theas to receive
then -of Sankt m all branches the public
raven . under the Mowing "
1. .me are to be received Sot l .as are
"pay ble and_itsid ou demand; in t ie IkaVs.ur.
reney of thi United Stetes."
- 'll, , notes to be reeelveddils bsis denomina
tion istwenty thdkre. -7-
3. oiltdris to lie received of any denomination
en "payable.oo•dinnand. in gold or elm coin
. pleces swivel issreil," an , - "equivalent
to s. • .te where reeieived.'l.: -- ' -
4. o not/Mb bezeceired of any 01'1114 which,
Mime re 4th of July, 1836, bits honed any'note
or bil of a less denomination than dollars."
I provisioner the act of Jute,
red ic this last restriction, the r der' will fe
e° has been made the subjectlo special eon.
Eider *on,M.llre t3enate, upon the - of 114 ( 4 i
Webs ~tiMting the finance coon ittce of the
body •02 're into the expediency rtpetliiig
or • g those • proviaions of said act
which ' ibit the receipt, in paym nt ordebts
and -. to the United States, of th , bined' all
banks which issue bills of *lace d ination
than ve dollars."
APPOINTMENTSi B ' THE-GOVERWOR:
Jose 1.. FilattlON, Muter Warden of the
Port ofPhiladelphia-:-Vice, David Made. do
Busy SAU.oa, Meunier of Marble for the
city attd county of Philadelphia.
David R. Porter noir owes debts which
he contracted before hi 3 took the benefit of
the insolvent laws AND REFUSESRO
PAY,. but pleads the limitation law. his
a well authenticated fact, too, that he
compromised with his creditors, paid them
a percentage on the dollar, anJ now, when
he is reported to be worth $40,000, re
fuses to pay the fuIE amount, thus DE
FRAUDING THEM OF THEIR JUST
These are fact& We make the charges
distinctly, and at,an early day, so that the
Locofocos may have an opportunity to dis
prove them, I F.THEY CAN. They will
soon be brought out in such a manner as
to defy all contradiction, and are known to
be true in Mr. Porter's own county.
„ WHY DON'T HE RESIGN.”
The Locofocos week after week send forth
their papers filled with the glorious pros
pects of their gubernatorial candidate—
and if we were to believe half what they
say, Porter will be elected without a doubt?
But there is one fact, which alone, gives
the lie to their assertions, and that is, he
still hangs on to his office of Senator!—
This proves, conclusively, that Porter has
no prospect himself ofelection, or lie would
at once resign and let. the people of his
district elect another in his stead. When
John Andrew Sbulze was nominated for
Governor, he was Senator from the district
composed of the counties Lf Lebanon and
Dauphin--but immediately eller the ad
journment of the Legislature he resigned
his seat, and thei r :people nominated and
elected another. When, Gen. Jackson,
became a'candidate for the Presidency, he
was a member of the U. S. Senate--he at
once resigned his seat, and another was ap
pointed. But David R. Porter is too fond
of office, and too much afraid of'being de
feated to act with the same degree of ita
priety. He does well therefore; to "hold
on" to his present office—and, no doubt,
profits by the adage that "A bad in the
hand is worth two in the bush."
rejoice to see
stead fast of
I ! the force Of
er the first
ing . the foot
! wer is now
is, the Ad
e% and here
A Sign. —We have taken advantage; says the
Harrisburg Chronicle of May 30, of the general
musters held in the neighbourhood this week, to
ascertain the feelings on the subject of the com
ing election. And the result of our observation
was, that we met with FIVE linnet men to eve
n, Porter man. we seen. This, it will be recol
lected, too, was in the country, among the far
mers, mechanics and working-men—the people.
There has been a much better foeling appar.
ant throughout the cdmmunity during the last
two days, occasioned by the repeal of the odious
Specie Circular. Stocks ,immedia'rely became
more sought afmr, and prices have consequently
advanced, as will be seen by the comparative
rates obtained on Saturday last and to day:
May 26th. June I■t.
U•Utates Bank $l2l SO $122 SO
Girard Bank • 50 25 51 50
Kentucky Bank 93 50 96 00
Vicksburg ' 791 85 00
Delaware & Hudson 803
To night the Bank Committee will hold a meet
ing, and part of the Baltimore delegation are
now in this city, and will probably attend it. We
understand that there iv now nothing to prevent
our banks trona resuming specie payments at
once, as intimated in our remarks last week, but
Ihe'desire of acting in concert with the Banks in,
Boston, Baltimore, Virginia, Olio, Kentucky,
Tennes.ee„ and other sections of the country, so
ill to render any movement general and effectual,
end not partial. With this object in view it is
probable that some general understanding will
take place, and that some early day, say the 4th
of July, will be
.fixed as the period for a general
resumption of specie payments.—Core. List.
kern or mit,
I to cryxout
w that land
A letter from Washington, published to the
New York Journal of Commerce, says:—"l
learn that there are sixty applications before the
President for the vacancy an the situation of
charge d'Affairs at Peru, Occasioned by the,
timely death of Mr. Thornton. Many of, them
are from past members of Congress, and , some
from present members whose politica l course is
likely to end with this Congress."'
The Legislature of the State of South Carolin a
assembled, in extra session, in conformity to the
Governor's proclamation, on Monday last. We
have a copy of Governor Birrtait's Message tothe
two Houses. It is confined exclusively to the
occasion for wbieh the Legislature was convoked,
(thy disastrous destruction of property by fire in
the city of Charleston.) The relief which the
Governor proposes is the application of two or
three millions of .dollars, to be raised on the
pledge of the faith of the State, by way of loan.
for the relief of the city from its immediate pros
tration and coffering.;—Poulssa,
Steam , Coaches,—A- company ' is in
course of formation in London, for the
purpose of running coaches and wagons by
steam on ordinary turnpike roads.
An Explosion.—ln St. Louis e .on Sun
day week, a man in the employ of the
Ravel family was grinding up five or six
pounds of powder in . ibe property room of
the theatre, when the 'whole took fire and
exploded. The walls of the room were
nearly demolished, and the man was injur
ed severely, but not dangerously.
The sale of the Pews in the new Church of St.
Patrick in New Orleans, took place on the 17th
inst. and Tully realised the expectations enter
tained. Forty three of them sold for the hand
some sum of curty-two thousand dollars, being
nearly one - thousand-dollars each.
"Husband, do you believe in the special judg.
merits of providence Upon individuals in this lifer
"Yes: my -dean":
"Do you, indeed ? Did any of these.judgments
ever happen to you?"
"Yes my love."
"When I married you my dear."
A iteccipe for Potting Dora Nobs
Might be given tha t . wetild never fail.—
When a crowd_ assembles with supposed
riotous intent, let year pollee inquire, and
take down the names of all boys and bids
present, and send them biome, or mark
them so that they shall be known. If they
make disturbance, take them to the Watch
House. Follow this up and' mobs will Jis.
appear. The boys begin the mischief end
the men follow.—Bost. Ado. °
Something like a Domain.—A gentle.
man, calling himself lord Alexander Stir•
ling, has recently set tip his claim to the
whole of Upper and Lower .Canada. *He
says it does not belong to the British or to
the Canadians, but that the fee Simple rests
in him as the rightful heirtb his father.
How his ancestors acquired such an ex.
tensive domain, we are not informed.
Judge McKinley's Novel Decision.—
The correspondent of the National Intelli
gencer at New York writes, that the New
York American "contains the opinion cif
Chancellor KENT, at great length, in di
rect oppositon to that of Judge hlcKirst.sy,
given at Mobile, on the inability ore corps
ration createdby one state to enter into con
tracts out of the jurisdiction of the power
that created it. This starting decision of a
Judge of the &prelim Coulrt so amazed
the men of business,' about here, - that the
opinion of Chancellor Kent was asked
From Arkansas we learn that John Wil
son (late Speaker of the House of Repre
sentatives of that State) has been tried, in
the Court for Pulaski county, upon an in.
dictment for the murder of Joseph J. Ali
thony, one of the members of That House,
and found Not Guilty of lthirder, but guilty
of juitifiable Homicide. Unless all the
accounts ofthis affair were essentially false,
this must be admitted to be a very extraor
dinary verdict.--Nat. Intel.
One of the consequences of the recision
of the Specie circular will be, a general and
early resumption ofspecie payments by the
Banks of the middle and Western Swett
Mary/anti--The VAN &TEEN State
Convention, which assembled on Thursday,
in Baltimore, for the nomination of a can
didate for Governor, have fixed upon Wit.
cram GuAsox, Esq. of Queen Ann's coon ,
ty, for that purpose.
The Richmond Inquirer begs of the
Globe to desist its sererity.on the Conser
vatives, for the reason, th.tt the party is in
a critical situation.
Dandies and loafers are placed on a
par in Kentucky, both are declared nui
Another sign.— A vote was taken its
one of the companies on parade, at Hum
melstown, in'this county, on Monday, and
out of two hundred in the company, Rit
ner got 186 votes Porter 14 1 .
Tremendous Triumph / !—A loco-loco
Fence Viewer has been elected in a small
village in the west, by a majority of three
votes over his Whig opponent. The vil
lage administration paper thus announces
the victory :
" Our heart is chuck full. Whew!' a e've
licked 'em out all hbller. Get out your
pans and blow your horns—haul out your
drums, screw up you': fiddles, and pull up
your shirt collars, you locos that have any.
Prepare to - celebrate this event of deep and
awful importance. Zeke Swipes is elect
ed as putter up of gaps in fences and keep
er out of'-hogs!! Glory enough for a week
of Sundays. 0. Picayune.
Yesterday, in the 19th year of his age, mr.
Jones Doyen. The friends of the family are re•
quested to attend the funeral this afternoon at 3
o'clock, from the residence of his mother on Cal
lowhill St. -
REVIEW (31r.THE MARKET. • ,
Pottsville, June 6, 1838
WHEAT FLOUR, by the load was worth on Fri-
H 1 50 per pushel, iv demand.
RYE FLOUR 2 25 per cwt. in demand.
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR 250 per cwt. i n demand
RYE, by the load 80 vents by the bushel—ready
RYE CHOP 80 cents per bushel in demand.
OATS 40 cents—ready sale.
• POTATOES 45 cents per bushel in demand.
CARN-70 cents per bushel in demand.
CLOVER SEED -415 59 per bushel.
TIMOTHY SEED —lll2 09.. per bushel.
FLAXSEED-$l . 12 per bushel in demand.
.WHISKEY-42 cents per gallon.
BUTTER—r 4 cents penpound—in Kegs 12 cents
EGGS-12 cents per dozen.
LARD-10 cents per pound.
TALLOW-9 cents per pound.
HA MS 12 cents per pourd.
CORN CHOP 80 Cents per bushel in demand.
BACON-12 cents per pound.
BEESWAX-18 cent •per pound: •
FEATHERS-62 cents per pound.
COMMON WOOL-40 cents per pound
MACKEREL, by the bbl. No. 1. $l2 001 v, 11. *ll
SALT-2 621 per bb14137 per bushel.
PLASTER, is worth $7 00 per ton.
HAY $lB per ton.
qTRAYED away from the mines
Ira/1k at Silver Creek. .oti Saturday the
19th of gay, a LARGE GREY
Ira HORSE about 10 years old. A
suitable reward will'be paid to who
ever shall deliver said !tom to THOS. PHILIPS,
Silver Creek, or to_ PORTER & WHITNEY.
June 6 43-3 Port Carbon.
ACOURT of Appeal for First Troop Schuyl
kill County Cavalry will be held at Marti.
mer's Hotel, on Wednesday the 13th of Jonts,• at
6 o'clock, P. M..
CHARLES POTTS. .!
, MICHAEL . MORTIMER.
MICHAEL MURPHY. -
,Neembere of Vomit.
june 2 42-3
LiglS.ol . LOW
REMAINING in the Post Office,
wale first oT June, IBS&
Ale inlet Jena, . Reich Sam
Aboehl German Rail Adam
Armstrong H George Kurtz Henr
Andres Miniet Keleveg Jai
Abbitt Loaisal • Kurtz Hem
Bickel Willimin Retain Job
13affibridge ButhoiniewKeister Mar
Birth , Joseph MAMA Jo
13ezzenlierget Henry }tant John-
I/riddle George ` Kn i ght John
Bnndley•JOlne Ley Gitorge
Barth) Thomas Lagoon ism
' Barclay John Langton Mit
Bosh Margaret Lang J
Bensernan Franklin • Lewis that
Baler John Levy David
Bennett Thomas • Moran Edw
Bane Mary Moon John
Beir Joseph H Mader Conn
Backmap Peter . • Martin :Gem
Bright Aaron ' Moore Dania
Bell Joseph P• • Moritz Lion
Boyd Henry Miller TOon
&roman David - Moore St
Collins John • • Nolan Mich
Chamberlain Eliza Nyer John
Corbert „Robert • Oder' heimer
Cramer Herman - Olewine Mr
Connelly Bernard, Penrose de
Campbell George' Pugh Morga
Curry Williim Phelan Joh
Cockhill Jobannut Pugh H 1
Charlton Matthew Rice II 1 1
Christ Joseph - Ruh Gene i
Clops Daniel Right Samu I SV
Dill William • • Ryan Ste n' Vincent'
Davidson Jonathan Rhoads Wil ant
Delany Patrick Roehrig gii H
Delcamp -Philip Rochrig Go i lei n
Dein! Andrew Richards C ar
Dreibelbis Joseph Ramsay * 4*. .
Dennis William ' Russellria
Downey Margaret 'Russell W H .
Sadie Robert ' Simpson J.. G
Eller Adam -•` Stamm J .
Evans Anh •• Siebert Pat of
Ebert George ' `Smith Ri . r
Ellis Hugh . Sitterding 'of in Henry
Evans Isaac ' a ,
-Steinbach 'hl ip
Edwards Philp Smith Ito rt .
Evans N , - Simpson mom
Ferting John E Bedgwiek c* - rge
Fiste Anthony Slouch Joh . M
Freeborn John Swartwood t .rge
Fisher John. • Sporman 6.1
Fraph David Sebman
Fooze Peter - • Simpson .1 ni
Filbert Rebecca ' Sat dem ' iffiam
Gilenasan Tbornais Sporman
Oalaher John - Symons J es
Gaiton Samuel Schmick I wle!
Guss Samuel Sherrie Be `art
Hermann Johann . Troth Hen 1 . ,
Hillman Sarah Thornton ichael
Harig John- Tellam-Jo neon
[fermi/ John L Thomas J 6
Humil Nathaniel . Taylor Willi
Howie Eleanor • Thomas . , G.
[(organ Cornelius • Turner _
Herten Jackson Teffiple r 4
Hoffer Charles . Wilkinson clan
Hutchinson Elder Wren hits i
Haight Sylvanite William garet
vilolikinir David - Wilson J el
Hogan Thomas - • Wilson N '
Helen Michael ' Waters Wi
Hindeny Mr. Williams A
Humbert Mr. . Williams]]
Jones David Wolfgang 1
Johnson James '' Weaver Sal
lizenhauser Henry ' Young Hef
Jones Benjamin &under A
D l. .' Persona 'ealliog for Letter
Bata will' please Pay they are adveit
Notice to. Bui'ld
PROPOSALS in writing will ;
the stibseribers, for removing
the materials on the property pa
Pottsville Town Hall Company.
Proposals will be received • on
GEO: C. V/
. • ,INC. M. C
Notice to Archi •
APREMIUM of Forty Dollars
for such design and elevation.
proved by the -Commie/amen of,
Town Hall, for a building to be
property recently purchased by
lane as to size &c. will be Artois,
tion to either of the undersigned.
SAMUEL J: '
N. B. Ten dollars *Mlle paid f ,
Pottsville, Jane . 6,1838. • •
rytlliE Register of Schuylkill q ty having
"d• granted to this aubscriber, re' of Admin
istration on the estate uf /testi, krk, lat of'
the borough , of Pbttstille, deceased. ;til pelasms
indebted to the estate of the • said :spry Nebel
are requested to make immediate tweet; and
all those having claims. are segues to present
them for settlement to the subscribe !lama der. ,
lay. ROBERT B.•N •• BMA
june 2 42-ii Ad 'gnaw.
u4amm its.) I •
papIMPECTFULLY Leaden her 'aimless to
ma' the todim of Pottsville and tip it:laity, mod
hopes by thenestness of her work ! rOmick.tho.
patch, and moderate charges, to mer rt of
Her roddence Is at Mn. B. IW • 1 4 . •
the atom of Messrs. Nathan, & Contra,
n N .MONDAY the 11th day of or hpt. the
%-/ Courts of Appeal for the 30iii t wilt
be held as &Ilona:
For the ht Battalion- at the booed Reetatilin
Bensinger in McKean:dour& by Ca IttlbOWSr
Capt. Baiter and" Capt. Coral.
For the 2d-Battalion, at the l e f PbaiP
Boyer, in Schuylkill Haven, by Capt. Habe,Cipt..
Reed, anolCaill. • i
By order of Col. John M. B . 41.
EDW. Y. FARQ 1 BAR, •
june ", • 4.2-2 djotane.
Ilia Troop &huylkill Count
WILL Pa de oh Wocroomday - 17- 1* or
June, ittWortimarto hotel.
By Comma& •
J. P. %FOP. = I
42-3 F. S.
• . 1
Pottnifi e ,
1 1 tams
14r , ew
the 12th of
CiB 4 LAND.
11; be Paid
" rQ -neon'