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It has -always; itien a . matter of regret
ids me at false. pride could not be made,
ike theff; i
criminal offence._ It iithe
renters - ass many crimes as any oth
vice•f' Such I hold [it tii be,at least
, ne deseri ion of it. Where it isis weak.
,eta it ia• uch to .be pitied, and general•
laude te,impropriety. Row many bon
,- _Coen 'ha';e been made scoundrels by the
la& pridetof a foolish wife and *revs
, id family, it is a compound of ignor.
.nce deception and envy, and the world,
•fisil alit., - • •
Elo longAis it operttles on individuals n
one, it is a matter of trifling consideration.
at strange as;it may appear, its influence
trikes-at the very rout of a virtuous and
ourishing coms9unity. Like intempep
nee it iS assintliat, the shape 'of a national
alamity, and merits the Severe reflection
if every reformer. Thousands who haye
. ine forth as armed -knights upon a cru
de against manifest evils, have, in them
- •Ives, been slaves to this insiduous enemy.
.:'• elf love may prompt a man to do a good
action, but false.pride has never; it is -in ,
•otripatable with its nature. In our own
country its chief mischief consists in ma
ing labor a degradation, and thus strikes
iiii the foundatiodof our prosperous conch- .
tion as a people. There neverwas an age.
. orhaps where ao much scherneing was re
torted to, to avoid hard work, no period
could ethibit so many Jerry *Diddlers a
Bove staffs and.below, or manifesting such
a wild spirit of sprvilation, as the present.
'lke rich man of to-day, is the,Lazarus of
.Tomorrow ! Fortunes are staked upon the
(rise and full of stocks; as upon the cast of a
'die. -Cities are created by fraudulence !--
In the morning all eyes are east norm The
Canter spirit of enterprize, aii4 the eve
icing finds him a disgraced man wain the
walls of a prison. Ingenuity itself is
thunder struck at the countless methods a
ooted to obtain BoR hands. Why does
:This disposition so exteniivcly prlt , .v..il ?
I , Certzirily 'not fu r the security of happiness,
for it is fruitful with poignant anxiety—not
Igor health, fur it frequently enervates and
'destroys. Sir Walter Scott,* I think, says
I no man ought to want in this country, who
lean buy a hatchet and fell a tree: conse
lquently, the remark being true, it cannot
lbe from necessi.y.- False pride whispers
;`tit is not genteel to work." How bane
fullyis this illustrated.
Does the successful merchant make his
son a tmechanic ? very seldom. D:,es the
professional man make hi= son a mechanic?
more seldom still. But does not the
more fortunate mechanic make Isis son
the guardian of cloths and calicoes? Why
is this? Is the yard stidk more:honorable
than the jack plane? the goose quill more
dignified than the type? Look back twen
ty or fifty years, and behold the liarefoot
ed adventurer, and at the present time roll
ingin wealth! orOpendingliii samual income
of some three thousand 60 lass per annum
in manufacturing ladies of his daisahters.
Does he teach them the usual rudiments
of housewifery? very rarely. Is . it hecaus..e
the healthful exercise of domestic duties is
disgraceful? 0 no! Fake prde says it
would be "ungenteel fur ladies to work . "
—as if it would tarnish their fair amt deli
cate Jiggers, that brtng such sweet sounds
-from the piano, to dust the gorgeous instru
1 How supremely ridiculous is this illegiti
mate pride! Thousands- of 'daughters;
! whose mothers have been raised in a kitch
i en : and their fathers in a horse stable,
would feel insulted &asked if they had ev
er made a, !oleo( bread, or washed out a
pocket handkerchief! ~They would more
j likely prate about "good society," "mixed
company,"' the dignity of their anCestors!
A few years more roll round, and the thrif
;ty but imprudent parent dies - --and then
comes the scramble fir some ten o'r twelve
divisions of his hard earned estate. How
small does a large fortune appear when
: apportioned to nuuterous licirs. l'he
• daughters must of-course marry gentlemen,
for pride .dictates it; and the gentlemen
Wrist of course.squander their patrimony.
And what has the parent bequeathed to
society and his country ? Children raised
in idleness, without the stimulant to add
one iota to the general substantial prosperity
of the community.
Can there be a doubt but that honest la
tior is daily becoming more and more-stig
matized ? And what follows ? A grog'-
) citing imitation from the cellar to the _ gar.
ret? A Spirit of. extravagance, in winch
i the tnost,unprineipided means are restored_
t to. Let , it proceed with the same rapt'
i march that has commeneed,!atia i, will be .
1 a stigma to "earn your Weal by the . su eat
of your brow,"
. Infect thetcountet--the
i farmer--with the same polio!) that Bows
i thrciu-gh,the popullttion Greeyr large cities,
I and you;make . ,,the country Of Franklin a
parallel tul§lontestnna'el • .
.1 ~ With us. labor to every.:thing r .: ft' is
More ptecibus Menthe Minereof Al-esker--
41cus vigils. ble• than citless wealth. 7 -
:It itpotorily.the founda tion„ tug the main
ilingharthb confederacy. Unite it wi!li quest
'- .:tefan nad=ii'fbritris'a tower . of strength' on
t 'whibli our Iteittea may rest forever. The
I priestess tnetals'oftbe earth may exalt a
l nation to the highest attitude of transient
1 glory; bit like phenomena thahailluminate
i the heavens, - they dazzle bpt 4 moment,
'4 in thi Case with Spain, S* into dark
• ness and gloom. Not so • the labor of
i • man. its glory is' centre*. earth;,
and we behold il, -iaohn istrkle of' internal
1 improvement= Alte p success. of irention—
.the perfection eanical eltill a • and 'the
inculcab l on ,of those mara t
principlits which givci;durit4litr.,%; iiiirlit
-stitutipis and. raise mankind tnitheir own
nature existence. Indaktry. is the
grand lever won which this nation must
de for its continued growth,"a4d in.
"dolencadoes not more to retard its Useful
ness Aim Elise pride does to bring it - into
disreptite—just as the turning a 6ingli3
r valve aces powerless the mightimit en
' Bri4sh . feeling for Anieticane.—A
great eeting of the citizens ef Bristol,
the Ala or in the chair,, was held; June
7th, to express their acknowledgements
of the hospitalities shown by. New York
and het citizens, and Government towards
the Grtat Western. The utmost enthu
siasm prevailed, and the following -elo
quent passage, full -of noble fire and feel
ing; may furnish to out readers some idea
of the lose affiliation into which, by the
potent liarm of steam, we are now 'being
drawuOrith our fathtle land, So should
it be. 1 The extract we annex is from a
speechl of Robert Bright, Esq.:
"And' how could I invite discussion
where every mind is, strung to titep and
unusutt feeling, it would be little fitting to
introdtj k ce any discordant topic into a
meetirix which seems to be assembled
under More hallowed and more spirt•stir.
ring iniluences than ordinary. That a vast
'hemisphere, hitherto separated from us
'by ,a long and perilous navigation, at
which commerce hesitated and curiosity
started back, should be brought to our'
very s i liore, presses on the mind as one of
those mighty changes in the relations of
the litiman race, in which man is but the
feeble )nsirument, whilst he is himselfurg
ed onward to his , higher and ulterior desti
nies. I And pith what association to us is
this change surrounded? • 'who are they
whomit brings to our thresholds, but the
eliddr4it's children of those whom consci
ence drove from the shores and altars of
ecisnmon country?—remote not separ
ate, distinct but not alienated. When
your Wondrous ship appeared upon their
water, she seemed to bear them an invoca
tion forum the tombs of their ancestors and
those ,vho were distant and. those who
were Uear, the aged and the young, those
who vere most wrapt in active pursuits
of life; end those who rested in calmness
arnids( the sympathies and the affections
of the land of their birth, all, all arose
from their hearths, clasped to their hearts,
their brothers, and girded themselves to
the pilgi image. (Cheers ) I saw much
of thoSe whom the Greast Western brought
to us during their short visit to our neigh
borlu+l. To them it seemed to come
like aAream, peopled with visions of the
inst. They were animated with but one
feelin a feeling, that they were visiting i
their nog-lost' but not forgotten land. "I
go to Scotland," said one, "there I shall
see t 4 tartan of my clan." "NI v mo
ther,"..lsaid a , econd, "was of a Bristol
famili." "And- I," said a third, "whilst
wanedring threnwh your lovely country
enteidd a beautiful churchyard, (it was
Vetibery or Westbury,) and there I saw
upon 4 tomb the name and heraldic bear
ings of my house." Nor let it be suppo
sed ti4t the chord of domestic sympathy
alone is struck; the most precious freight
wafter]ov r the Atlamic in the 'Great
Westerns as a nosegav• formed of the
choicjt reductions of American llorti
colturft, and destined fo'r they' Queen of
Etigland, not a tribute, but an offering, a
pledge from the chivalry of apighty na
tion to the germ and the glory' of their fa
' Tlie Bouquet sent by our friend Thur
burn 4 the Queen.
The following truly philosophic remarks
are e*tracted from Dr Brewster's life of
Sir liiaac Newton. They were induced
by Newton's decomposition of a ray 01
light, ; ai.d the consequent discovery and
properties of colors. It may bii proper to
remark that the white light ore sunbeam
is coiliposed of seven different colors, viz:
red, ci,kange, yellow, green, bltie, indigo
and violet—all possessing different degrees
of refians,ibility :
k. 'lithe objects of the material world had
been illuminated with white light, all the
particles of which possessed, the same de
gee Of tefrangibility, and A*6 - equally
acted upidn by the bodies on whiih-4they
fall, all nature would have shone with - a
•leaderi_hue,And isif the combinations_ofex•
tenni; objects, and all the features of the
humaq - countenance, ivOuld'haVis exhibited
net ptljer variety than that -whieli they pos
sess irk a pencil sketch dr-aChinla inkAraw
ing.- ',The rainbow itself 10'4:m14)11er dwin
dled. iiito a narrow arch of:white lig t, aii._.
the' mentl e of a wintry twilight = Woo d have
replacd the golden vesture of the iising .
and setting sun. But He wholuts 4hibit
-ad such ,ipitchleis skill in the ogrankation
of Dia-feria' bodies . , and such ex q uisite taste
in the*truis upon 'which they ,
basiiiiiteraddcd that ethereal b . utyLwhich
enhaneir their more permanelit quilities,
and piesents them to us inlbei evolver'' ,
ing . cul ors of the spectrum. 'W i lda the
-.... 1- 1
foliege of vegetables, life might have filled
thee* and fostered the fruit which it -veils;
but the -youthful green of its spiling4weuld
have , heen bleoded with the dtinglieHow
of ittilitunin. Without this the diamond
• miglWhave displayed to scienct the.bsit
ty a is forms, and yielde,l to he erts , tts
edam ntine Nitues; but: it would have
cease to shine In the chaplet iof beaut y._ intl. t spa rkle in . the diadem of,lpiin l Wi.--
THE NIMBUS , J11)11:111ATAL.
halm - expressed' all the irjrnpatipes I ,of the
hel4l},„Wthe : 1 0u9) 1 0;litht ,tif*TetwOu.ld
not have risen on the cheek, notthehesttc
'flush been the timid oriels decay; -
The gay coloring with_ which- the Ai.
mi d ghty has decked the pale marble of na
ture, is not the result of any quality inher
ent in the colored body, or in the pqrticlea
by which it may be tinged, but is merely
a property of the light in which', they -hap
pen to be placed. Newton was the first
person'.. who placed this great truth in the
clea rest' lig ht.'
From the Aew York Mirror.
THE THUNDER -STORM.
FROM THE atilllAN or ciatirroce.
Seel! the signals of his march ?—the flash
Wide dreaming round?—the thunder of his voice
Hear ye?—Jehovah'. thandeil—the dread peal
Heu ye t that rends the concave?
Lord! God supreme!
Compassionate and kind!
' Praised be thy glob:toil name ! '
Praised and adored!
How sweeps the whirlwind !—leader of the storm!
How screams discordant! and with headlong
Lashes the forest l—All is new repose.
Slew sad the dark alotrds—slew.
Again. new signals press !—enkindled, broad,
See ye the lightning 7 —,hear ye, from the clouds,
The thunders of the Lordl—Jehovah calls ;
Jehovah !—and the smitten forest smokes,
But oot oar cot—
Our heavenly Father bade •
Tb' o'erwhelmiog power
Pass o'er our cot and spare it
DOTY TO INFICILIOVIIII.
The celebrated Walter Scott has somewhere
observed, in his popular works, that, in an ordi
nary ride in a stage-coach, he never found man
so dull as not to communicate to him—lf a free
conversation were opened—something, which he
would have been very sorry not to haze heard.—
It was a noble observation ; and the practice
which it implied, no doubt, contributed much to
that deep knowledge-of human nature, for which
this great author is so much distinguished. But it
is not as a fine sentiment., or ass} useful maxim,that
'Virgo this mutuarrespect. I say it is a duty. I
will listen thaw language ofhaughty pretension.
or fastidious taste, or Lover-refined doubt; I say
it is a duty. I say it is a duty,. most especially
binding on all Christians; yea, binding upon all
who make_ iiny pretensions to a belief in the
religion of Jesus Christ. And remember, too.
me brethern; that it is a duty which will one
day be telt, which will enforce conviction thrOugh
sanctions more commanding; through a judg
ment more awful, than that of the sages, or the
preachers of thi&world. • There is an hour corn
mg, when all worldly distinctions shall vanish
away; when splendid sin, with all its pride; shall
sink prostrate and cowering before the eye of
the eternal Judge; when the modest merit that it
'could not look upon here, nay, when the virtuous
poverty that was spurned from its gate, *half
wear a crown of honour; when Dives shalt lift up
his eyes, being in toinient, and Lazarus shill be
borne in Abraham's bosom to the presence of the
angels of God; when the great gulf which shall
separate men from one another, shall separate not
bet Ween out ward splendour and matinees, bur.be•
tween inward, spiritual, essential purity arid pol
lution,. Let the jfidgenient of that hour be our
judgment now. That . which will be true there
is true here—is true now. Let that severe and
solemn discrimination find its way ink. this world;
for it is written, ••fle that exalteth himself shall
be !ambled, and' he that humbleth himself shall
rIJRIIOII' CIT WICAL2II
This insane and insatiable passion for ae.cumn
lotion, ever ready, a hen circumstances favour, to
seize upim the public miad, is that 'love of money
which is the root of all evil," that "covetousness
which is idolatry." It sptings from an undue,
on idolatrous estimate, of the value of property.
Many are feeling that nothing—nothing will.do
for them or for their children, but wecahlf; not a
good character, not well-trained and well exerted
faculties, not virtue, not the hope op heaven—
nothing but wealth. It is their god and the god I
or their families. Their sons are growing op.to
the same worship of it, and to an equally bane
ful reliance upon it for the future ; they are
rushing into expenses which the divided proper
ty of their father's house will not enable them to
sustain; and they are preparing to be, in turn
and frum necessity, slaves to the same-idol. How
truly is it-written, that "they that will be rich,
fall into temptation and a snare, 'and into
many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men'
in destruction and perdition :" There is no need
that they should be rich; but they toifl'be.rich.
All the noblest fuections of life may be disarm*.
ed without wealth, all its highest honours obtain.
ed, all its purest pleasures enjoyed; yeti repeat
it—nothing—nothing will do, but wealth. Dis
appoint a man of this; and he mourns as if the
'highest end of life were defeated. Strip him of
this: and this gone, all is gone. Strip him of
this, and I shall point to no unheard of experi•
ence, when I say—be bad rather die than live I
HOP= OF IMMORTALITY.
:slrong as the death it masters, is the hope
That onwar d looks to immortality: •
Let the fra me perish, so the soul survive,
Pure, spiritual and loving. I believe
The grave exalts, not separates, the ties
That hold -or in affection to our kind.
I will look down from yonder pitying sky, ,
Watehin and milting. thine I loved . unearth;
Anxioup in until they, too, are there.
I will•attead ,our guardian engel's side
And temp a T jour faults with holy tears
Your midnightshall be filled with solemn thought;
. And When, at length death brings you to my love,
Mine the first welcome heafd.in-paradise.
• tars, Arm ITII TAD.
- Renterobei for what' purpose you were born,
and, through - the wholeof life, look at its end.—
Cohaider, when thaPcohrek, in what you ; will - put
icon fruit. Nig in the bobble of worldly vanity
- -it will be biokco: not in wlitldly pleasures—
they will be gone: not in-great conneztone—thei
coon& serve you: not in wealth-.you cannot car.
ry it lark you: not in rank—in the grate there
„is m° alitinction: not in the reenilection of % life
epept in giddy conformity to the silly fashions of
a thoughtless and wicked world; but in that of a
life spent soberly. righteously and godly, in this
That aIJ who are happy are equally happy, is
not true.' peasant and a'philosopber nisy be e
qually satisfied, but net eboally happy. Happi.
nese consults in thymultiplicity of agreeible con
ciousuess. A peasant has not capacity for basing
equal happiness philosoPber.. This ques
tion. was very happily illustrated by the Rea-Rob
ert &own• "asmall drinhing glumnd a large
0 11 3' he ebtiallyll4l..hu the large one. holds
more than tie small.
-` - IPOTTs .
owit Wm Of ever rieseriptria, prs!itsitat
this Oirgs Gs" Pnir•
Coaraitteo orCerreepeedreee for the Bereigh - of
Pannellto. , , •
Samuel D. lAN - • •,- - George 6 1
John Efeffitr, T ' Benjamin: Bannon,
James Sillymn;. Jr. Henry Sager. •Eeg. •
John T 1 Warne*. Andrew IL Mire,
Let the People Remember
• , that
DAVID It. PORTER
voted in the Senate last, Win
ter to instruct our Senators
and Representatives in Cons
gress to vote.in flavour ofthe
odious and infamous • Nub-
Treasury Bill. •
LET THE PEOPLE
Also remember that DA
VI') It. TORTE( voted in
the Senate last winter, in Ib.-
vor of the Government issu.
ing Shin Plasters—the 'only 1
irredeemable shin plasters
that will be in circulation in
this State, after the 13th of
August next. ,
low is your time tor News.
The Miners' Journal will be furnished
until the election, at the low rate of
For each subscriber—or 25 copies week
ly for 85. '
Notice to all indebted to this Esta-blish
nient.—W e would respectfully inform all
indebted to this Establishment, that we are
busily engaged in making out their bills,
which we hope they will be prepared to
meet promptly., We would also inform
them, that we made but few collections at
the commencement of the present year,
of last year's arrearsgep, owing to the
pressure of the times—in consequence of
which we are sorry to state, that we our
selves are now pressed, so that we are
under the necessity of requesting all in
debted to us, to call and pay their bills with
as little delay as possible.. Our distant
friends will please also to make their re
mittances without delay.
.A Collecter will wait on those residing
in this Borough.
Now is your time,, Boys.
The subscriber is now ready to. receive
500 subscribers tb the Weekly Miners'
Journal until the election, in this, and the
adjoining counties, on the following condi
If Ireph Ritner is re-elected, we will
charge each sdhserther 25 cents.
If David It. Porter is elected, they. shall
have the paper for nothing
CA.7 If the Porter awn are so sure , of
electing their cat,clidate, they now have a
chance of getting the Journal for nothing
until the election.• B. BA NNA N.
• CCr- boot forget the 'County Meeting at
Orwigsburg on Tuesday next. ,
The Porterites hold their County Meet ,
ing at Orwipburg• on Monday next.
Does not din . edtor of the Lehigh Re
pubhcan'know that he iies,'when lie states
that Porter swill have 1000 majority in
Schuylkill county ?
Kr- See, "Notice to Contractors" by
the Chief Engineer of thelJaatus Rivera
& KANAWUA COMPANY, among our ad-
vertisements t&day. '
The Shin Plaster Party ; —After the
13th nfAugust; the only.Slifn Plasters in
circulation in this State,• will be those ts ,
sued -by the General Government. _
Let our readers hear in mind, that
David R. Porter. voted -in the Senate of
this State last winter, in favor of the Gov
ernment issuing these Shin Plasters.
• 0 ::fThere is,great coniptaint in this
Borough, in eoupequeace of the non-re
ceipt of Packages by the Stage, since the
opening of the Reading Rai! Road. The
Stage Proprietors state that the charges
on the rail road, on packages to Reading,
are greater than what they have been in
the habit of charging for:the whole die
tame; and sooner than carry for nothing,
they have declined carlyin' them altoge
ther. We Lippe the evil wlt soon tie rem
edied by some means or ot er.
13th of A.ultust.
Tae 13th. of August\wilt be a memora
ble day in thi3 annals of Pennsylvania. Al
ready are arrangements msking in various
parts of the State, to celebrate it in a be
coming mariner. A tremendous meeting
was held at Pittburg, immediately on the
receipt of the Proclamation, which was
read and received with thundering ap
plause. A committee of one handfed were
appointed to make the necessary arrange.
meats to celebrate the dai in a becoming
manner. Let it be celebrated on "a pure
specie basia;land let Van ilium) and Por
.tor's vile Shin Plaster ~COrrency be, con--
earned by ItONPIRES throughout th
State. • ,•
The Porter _men arty 4hat the Banks
had agreed lb resume spkte-paymeats on
the Ist of 'Aisguet, before :Governor. Rit
ter issued his Proclamation requiring
them to resume Cif' he ' a
kumbug.,lhisy knovi it to' e false—
Lecei , -I.b4r; -;' l er;L4 hes most
• i irrthis• Bore
gli-by,thet ',fops, upon their po
litical-friends in- other. pares of this Coun
ty, and also On -tieseifrom oilier parts of
the Stift. For inStance: A loco from
Harrisburg-visited Allis Borough last week
—and offered tb bet largely on. the elec
tion of David -R. Porter, (Government
Inoneyi no doubt, for ;,..we question wheth
er he had any of his own to spare.) Du.
ring his stay : here,he made inquiries res•
peeling the Mein Schuylkill County,
and was assured by Porter men; that
Schuylkill would give from 1000 to 1200
majority for Porter. A more glaring
falsehood was never promulgated.
We also learn thin the mail contractor,
a few days since seated to several persons
from this County', (bat Goy. Ritner would
lose between 3 and. 400 -votes in the Coal
region of Schuylkill Cooney. Now, the
mail contractor knew the aboveurtatement
was not true when he made it. The fact
is that Gov. Riefler, insteed of losing in
the Coil region, will gain in every district
in the Coat Region; and in the Pottsville,
Port Carbon, Millersville and Schuylkill
Haventdistricts, he gait' between three
and four hundred votes more than he re
ccivedin 1835. Ca this statement or the
vote our friends may with confidence rely.•
o::7^,.Let every laboring man, who is
now suffering foil the want iof etnployment,
bear in mind, that ( JOS*PN RITNER is
re.elecked, business will 'again revive—
employment wilt be plenty, and we will
soon return to the good old times we
ienced before the "eight years reigh of
terror;" but if David R. PCI te r shou Id suc
ceed, the infernal war up nib° currency
and industry of the people, will Imp contin
ued:. Let the motto of every laboring
man therefore be
Itituer & Pro verity,
Porter, Idleness & Poverty,
Bread no Bread.
Irr Some of thiPorterites are actively
engaged in etuleavoring to humbug the
people again, byttreating the impression
that the PrOclaimitiori of the Governor, re
quiring the Banks td resume, has caused
all ttra bard times. Let the
sume when they will, a temporary depres
sion must . take place for a few weeks.—
But we say, pressure or no pressure, the
sooner they now resume the better for the
country—And so- says every body but a
few of leaders of the Van Buren and
'Porter party. 'bet the Banks resume7-dis•
charge the ”experimepters" at Washing
ton—and-our word fur it, confidence will
be revived, and the prosperity of the bout!.
try will noon be restored to its former
Mines! Ccmfe seion. 7 —A Van -tinren
man in Philadelphia, remarked to a mer.
chant in this Borough a few days since,
when on a visit, to the city, "The people
are about taking the Governnieut out 01
our hands. Well, let them hav it—fur
be - hanged if they can do wo se than
we have done !"
• Gambling. We learn that there is a
regularly established Gambling House in
this Borough. Hsi), it ought to be Wo
ken up forthwith. •
The Globe is; abusing Grey. Ititner fbr
commanding . t lie Banks to resume Specie
Payments. This proves conclusively that
the whole party ale opposed to the
resufnipg Specie Payment9 l
(jam "The high. ground which JOSEPH
Rtpefit now occupies, has cast Van Bu
reu,and his Government quite in•the shade.
His name is scarcely ever mentioned ex.
'cept in derision, while the people in all
parts of the United States, are turning
theie eyesio JOSEPH RATNER, the honest
and ‘itlightened;alef magistrate of Penn
sylvania,,` and 'proClaim ' him as 'the DE
LIVERER *of the country from - lie reign
of Shin Plaiterii tyranny and oppression. .
CO - The Reading Van Buren and• Po
rter Shin Plasters are in bad odour in this
neighborhood. ' They are generally re
fused by the businVes community—and we
haie heard that 93 bills have been. sold
3 t l)
for`s2. Why on't the eelybiated "Com
mittee of Safet ," of the Borough ofßead
log see to this , atter 7 -or was it the ob
ject of the ICommittee," in preventing the
redemption, to depreciate the vitlue of the
Notes one half and thent,h?y, them in, in
accordance with the true loco foco princi
ple! of the day
..i - 214. perhaps the "Coni
mittee's sympathi was so . strong for the
General Government, that they are deter
mined that -their issues shat not be the
only irreileema le shin plasters ' in circu
lation iti this S at!, 01er the 13th of Au
Rest i imptioi, bay.--Public Meetings
have already bCini called in various parts
t l ,
of the State s on Vie 19Th of August, the
day * fixed Ivo . by, Governor Rimer- 'ter,
the reaumption,of specie paymcnts. 9 '
. The :114;4R hop ROMAN, the Whig
candidate fur overnor of Itouisiana, is
697,* - oiti of aboni- , 12,000 I voth e a polled,:-
Mr. Ittind . 's -celebrated Speech on the
corruptions of ther General Government,
has been tmnslted, and publishedin Ger
man in Missoutfi. - - The same speech has
also been translated., and- pablished . in
French 'in NE* x.
Orleini.',', 4 -Iyhrlii:iat- a
German edititaiott o :
in -Pennaylvanitatt - •
Cray, was cheered by; the pe o ,
ple in the most enthusiastic manne r,
nearly every town hearrivesi as, on hi,
Tim President of the Unite, mates, ix.
compaaied by tido of his ' so'pas ti me
to thirginia Strings.. 1 4
The Steamer the Roux, W
arrived at Nevvirtirk, it brings
up to the sth °fluty. The •
fain a detaited aconnt of the
of Queen MOne
and AmeliOan stocks are in
nited Stateti Bank stock •
Bard Rvb.—Gov. Riti
Lion has made the . Govern
ington wince. It has MN
ror in their ranks, that thl i i
teinpting to deceive tie
troy its effects, 'has resor
and contemptible trick o
impeifeet copy of it. In t
which appears in the Lilo
important sentence is left
4 TIIE ONLY PAPER IS
LATION AND NOT CONV
SPBCIE AT THEPLACE,
WILL BE TB( )SE OF - 1
•. Further comment is on
" • C . OM* [MICA- I I
Why is, Puttsville like
Ans... Because it is ,;
posed of Mihers or. sup.
[Minors i—s . -
FOR THE,IfINER'I3 J
Mk. - EuvriArit--Sem
weeks: since, there was
"Emporium * " a paragrap
"Evening Star," New
the arrival of the two fir
England, and the two
Pottsville; the cireumstan;
able, because the latter
the names of the 'former
'and Sirius. is I took i
Major Noah was uninfor
rival of the Adventurer
in conseq6ence of the Ca
'an opportuait to.
freedom of the ity in a g
the editor of t Emporia
informed of that fact.
impression that my friehd
would set the Major to rig
his own - time and way to
feet, of course; but inste
friend ufthe4ournal copi
tide into his columns,
of the simple circumstanc
chi was not •exactly true i
This being the .ease, an
reason to believe"that wb
attached to the surcessf
taking coal frtim the min(
and landing it satiety . at Ni
out re-shipping, is all t
likely .to receive, in con
parties Concerned , st a mlin
ned rights. I would the
me with sufficient room i
per to speak for myself in
matter; and to hewn' M
the boat Adventurer of P
ly delivered 57 tons of Co
wharves, North river, Nei
and returned with eightet
chandize, in defiance. of
contrary winds, want of pi
experience on the part•
servant and his crew.
These - facts would • go
Messrs . . Stockton & Stev.
honored with the'sum of
thereabouts, for toll, &c. o
ed from this place. Wh
of the' Adventurer had any
considerations s reSpecting
lion line fromlPottsville t,
more than I Can jay. B
that as yet I•have receiv
to that effeci; though I ;
hope that the:parties wil
admit a few iepreSeetativ
Curer to join their, fleets e
season closes; or 'at least
season has witnesSed the d
Gret4 Westein and Siriu
to remind Major ilioah, 4
necessary for me to have
first trip; seeing, (as 1 sai
am not likely to receive a
to judg,ifrom preseneappe
I cannot "bless his Stars'
of a subscriber, if he d
matter; for tho ell saki.
sundry other luminaries h
in my elpenditures; hesi.
planets have taken u.
some share or my attentio.
receive it o z not.
Late captain of the
Among the del#gaten
convention at. 114risliurg
tars T± 1
.9.!...,0ff,e,T1-P , ,the
an offiqei4ziwiliki 'perform
attempting:ti .arkeat - Mc
A Berbecu l e dinner will
lumbia i S. a; on petard".
come home lUit Mr. Senat
a> on! tritn.an orquirtanity
constituents. The, otbe
Co . ngiess frofn SOuth:Ca t
ted to attend4and !tldresi
1 1 iii . .. i l it li al i c e ll b at as n.
i t nd. U.
''te 'at ,t 4.5
I . .
rileri itio c i ana .
Irnerit la Wash.
,!ek oWO ter.
le ed °P ia .- t e :!i: I
t t s -te h h e 'n i d n ' i nte g nd : a i rt
d r lamalign
UE . CIRCU-
R I LE INTO-
H R 'SKIED,
HEIN . TIONAL
a Opicrge r - '
e on ,.
'mil by Mihers
ro lor three
'm*lo' in the
erfdtied ta the
odd ? pncerning
: st iqats from
'e b t
i i ,
. s horfored tvith
for gritntoci that
ecl.alto the er
n p4ir last fall,
tart . t hating
I s Sys ' " for the
; Id ho ; and that
1 witt also an.
ariv into er
d fithis, 'my
e h same at..
l uti l thinning
:, tliattisaid ail!.
Inivt 'g Oleo ,
; t lilt! credit is
eakim vit of
es ai Pottsv i lle,
em illirk, yytth
• betiefit L i am
1 .i. ,
i ecitieT e of; the
. onith irreisei.•
It to oblige
yo rlinext pa
re mild to This
l jo Ipah that
' ttsril r, actual
, I cri ne of the
••tor, last fall,
:n On' of 'flier
,. ink l .ssion of
t, an viatittf
to allow, that,
net I, Co.,#ae
1 ato el clCar.
I the i r his rip
r weigh in Oink
, Nel l wi k., is
t t ii 1 know,
, d tfOevidence
m po without
i t ooseilt to
'a of t ts Adieu
: e the ishipPing
I - pollute of !the
s . y iosh idso
t at it re highly
he #e it of the
i Nilo' )t!let '1
. y och benefit,'
! ran ge ; though
nt eon t h at
es - Upki of
t ei -lab*
a i f iv
, wte et they
/ 'C'• :
( 4 .4 .:Vt
114 . rco
was pan t iot
l'o• h o se np.;
l en liii tired 401-
iid id 'Oorinick
leg i duty! in
lorini Is• col' a
1 ! .
; TY !
t is 'at
`..> e j'cO.;_end
i eies: -:ing Ibis
• ethbOrs ! of
i s teie illv''