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OTTSV I hi.E.
Alr MOIMNG, scp , r. 26 1838.
• • - Rune ,Denweray, 4' Gold end Nam'.
-11Pre - a al County Meeting:
la pet k ante of the recommendation or . the
Young M •n 's Meeting, held .in the Ddirough of
'Pottsville, on Saturday evening the tat et Sept.
ember. a General County Meeting...et . 811 the
Democratic Flcoublicana of Schuylkill county,
friendly t ' the ro election of our present worthy
Chief, a estrate JOSEPII RITNER, whose
Proctarne on required the Banks to resume ape-
Cie payme' ts, and consequently banished all the
Shen Plan rairom the State except the 20,000,-
000 - enable Shin Plasters housed by Van
Buress's A ministration, .and opposed to the elm
lion of the' Shin Plaster Locofoco Sub•Tretivury
eandidate,Pocid R. Porter, are requeAdett to meet
at the DoOsie of Henry Stager, in the Borough of
Pottsville, on Saturday afternoon, the :29th inat.
at 2 o'clock P. M., to consult together, and a
dont such ineasurgs as may be deemed necessary
for The coming -contest.
a:e.The meeting will he addressed by Wavrire
C. LiV1414411 , 0241 and Dr_ GEnEtiglC N. PCSEkt, and
several others by invitation—and the committee
also respectfully invite the Candidates .of the
Sub Treasury Ticket to come forward and pro
claim their views on the leading measures of the
day, nn the occasion. •
By order of the SrandinE Committee.
• JOSEPH FERTIG.
Friends of Rifner and Be-
Don't forget the Meeting to
night at Magers. Candi
dates for Inspectors are to be
chosen, and it is all-import
ant to select good men and
Alichael Wallace's Statement
Kr We refer our r*ders to our first
page fin. Mr. Wallace's opinion of Messrs.
Porter, Owens end the Stonebrakers. It
is an important document, -and should be
read by all.
Do net forg et the Inspector's Election
on Friday; be on the ground• in time, and
choose. honest Rituet men. Every thing
depends upon energy. The locos will
strain every point to obtain their ends by
Band and violence. They give out that
they will make.no effirt for the Inspec'ors;
be not secure, !tie but an artful ainbio,cade.
Stand toiyour posts and don't be afraid of
the'; loco enuskets.
Wo hOpe to see plenty of friends in our
'Boroughion Saturday next. The support
ers of thl Farmer; Governor shall iie re
ceived with the rigiht hand of fellowship.
Come one and all—a long pull, a strong
pull, and' i a pu4l altogetherfui Joseph Ra
The • liVrather.—The weather whidh
has been; promising rain for some time,
has . perfrnied its promises in several hea
vy draughts. As the canal banks have
experiatiOed a brisk run, it is to be hoped
the market will be ri lieved.
• Porter Morale — A leading Porter man
in our Borough says, that it is inunaterial
about going to Huntingdon to examine the
documents in relation to Porter's perjury;
let di-result of the inve.rigatr.pn he what
it Might,: ill would not change a Porter
vote int e Borough. In 'plain language,
theyr wil *support a dishonest, perjured
,o:t. wrong !
Make rady —Take Aim FiSre ! !
Ii: l ho i: the puissant loco loco who rec
ommiend. his party to prepare their MII3
kets in o r borough, and take it by storm?
He had tier have himself taken up and
lodged i a safe place, if such a thing dues
baf4en, rheis a disgrace to the country
en big bi h, and an excrescence on that of
his adop jot', and, would be found on the
first sm II of powder hiding behind 'the
largest c RI heap in the county—oh valiant
Warrior, fizza'for your General.
More Mystery! —An unsuccessful at
tempt has been made to Set fire to the
PENSION OFFICE at Washington.—
T:ie, flames were discovered in a garret
among an old box of papers, supposed to
be the Work ofthat nob.* who wrote
the Navy Circular, &c. Verily fire is
- c.onsiderl quite a purifier in the depart
C t. —There is a stratum of gr i m
ular limestone in the red shale formation
between ! Sbarp and Second Mountains,
winch being ground or pulverized, and
Mixed wtit a small portion of slacked Wee
makes tus excellent cement. The gentle
man fro whom this- information is ob.
lam fd,ggesis that it is worthy . the at
temilon o the Town Ilan Company, as a
decotatine for tioe (rout of their new build.
flirt. Union l i •
• liValistire APIs gtatified by -t*-intertj
gencerfrom thei Union' Eagle, - a Gerinaal
riper published at NewSerlan ofthe lark .
‘est anittitiost respeetimete . meet
it aSsembled an the Couniy.
tweed 12 and 1300 Of the hardy toilworn
farmers were in attendance, and ten of the
°Steers of the meeting were Ravotarrion-
Any SOLDIERS. The Court House was
WO small for the concourse, and they ad.
journed to the open air. A Committee c ,
five• hundred was appointed to drift a
preamble and ;resolutions, all of which
'bteattied the very vitality of true demo°.
racy. The members of the meeting,
marched in pro Cession through the differ
ent.streets of town, with appropriate
banners, displaying .the • invalid* watch
words of our cause-r-..lititner and Specie
P3ynielitti—Ritner and No Shinplasters—
Rimer and No Sub-treasury— Ritner end
Democracy, &c. It was a glorious day
for “Old Democratic Union,' a's has been
rhe l case in every meeting of the Rimer
Dernocrirc%; many of the former adherents
of Wolf arid Muhleribeig were io attend
ance, and gave their hearty concurrence
to the proceedings. The probable result
in the county will be a majority of from
12 to 1500 for the Farmer Governor.
Refuse Coal.— A new article of peat
has been invented by Mr. Kello4g, of New
York, to be used fur lighting fires of An
thracire, &c. 11 consists of peat reain,
anthracite coal dust and asphaltum; it rea
.dily kindles, and burns long and intensely.
It has been ascertained that one hundred
poinds of alas composition mixrd with
anthracite, is worth more than 300 lbs. of
The coal itself. Its importance to faint
lies;•bMng cheaper than charcoal, and to
_steam navigation, as decreasing the bulk
while increasing the. intensity of the fuel .
will be-incalculable. It will tend. likewise
to reduce the price of coal, for if the
general wasteage of the coal yard can be
applied to any profit, it will detract no
iminatei ial item from the cost of the arti
cle : We hope to bear more oft* inven
A New Game.—The Porter folks give
negroes shinplaster dollars and f•lt ;tats
to attend Ritner Meetings, and shoot . fur
the Farmer Governor, and then they us
sert that Cutree and San,bo were active
meniliers. Such black tricks won't an
Severe Winter.—lf as a correspondent
of the United States Gazette asserts, dry
summers are followed by severe winters,
we may reckon on it' screavu r for the next.
,Gen. Wm. Clark. —This 'celebrate,:
Pioneer across the Rocky Mountaini; to
the Pacific in 1803, died recently. • His
character stood eminently high, and the
narrative of Lewis & Clark is familiar to
Office, Holder's Frolick . At Col. RUumfilrd's
near Germantown, the whole gang of loco office
holders from Philaielphts„ partook of the good
things of the earth. 'Make hay while the sun
shines—your geheration is passieg awiy—an
of her page al Ilife will soon be turned over.
General Porter will be Gov. elect in less thin
four weeks ssiys the Danville Inielligencrk; if lie
is we have niiseed a pretty considerable" big fivire
in our addition as 111. jot Jack Downing would
Changes —The locus pay there have been no
material changes in favor of Gov. Rimer. They
will not find them immaluwl at the Pulls.
The Perjury Party. —The fterks and
Schuylkill Journal contains the f Blowing;
the enemy is disarmed of another weapon
in %%bleb they are well skilled.
Henry II Lancaster, whose
name has been attached to the Addres. of 'fixed
ins Arai 31asonsbas deetared it a 13 ASP, FOR
EERY a nd that he never sikned u, our author,
zed any nne to do NO ink Trim.
We 11,Ave heard the norms of five or siz men in
Old Berk!, %hn make the seine deelaretton.
More next week. •
Refutation of a Slander.
The Allegheny Pernuenst recently
contained the following letter from Mr.
Grant, a member of the Ritner Democrat
ic Cor.yention at Pittsburg.
-To my Fellow Citizens:
I was for R tinier, and
,was chosen one of the
Ritner delegates for Washington comity, to at
teed the Convention in this city, on the 3d instant.
I del attend and took my seat in that Con
vention. I there heard a repetition of the eharg.
.es against Gen. Porter, And ivler maturely con.
sidenng the whole suhject, I was firmly and sin
cerely impressed with the belief that the charges
were false and corrupt. and that Gent. Porter was a
much injured man. .1 Cannot give my aid to such
a most contemptible and unprincipled mode of
electioneering: and after much reflection, I am of
opinion ,that the best Interests of our country
would be endangered 'if not destroyed by the
success of Joseph Ranter, I will theretnre go for
Democratic principles, 'and for the defence of
injured worth by supporting Gen, Porter.
Thefolkiwing statement from Mr. Gra
cull explain the mendacity of the loco fn.
co,press, and put an end to all the huzza.
ing: coma ent is unnecessary.
CAIIItOL TOWNSHIP, Sept. 10, 1838
Sir-1 have been favored with,a number of the
Allegheny Democrat of the 6th inst., in which I
find a Corriltionleation purporting to be my re
nunciation as a Delegate to the Ritner Conven
tion of the 3d of tA4piember. Now, as I nave nn
idea of being kidnapped ; wish to state to the
public that the communication in the Democrat,
over my stgnature, contains not 11• single senti
ment of mine, except one, and that is, that Ll• R.
Porter is an injured man—this I verily believe,
while, at the same time, 1 am firmly convinced
that his own dishonesty has brought all the injury
!upon. ,bimself--4ihst era. obliquities havebred
11148411-ArkioE-Itili R -I: Alitnr4he poor Mtn
torbantle hatdefrb rif-Jbef price of their la
bor, and their ern verprhea families, must he
livetoala to his mute. unless- it is trnPrev
noble to tbe cilia of jeatice and humanity. As it
regards my abandonbag the Ouss,. of the patriot
and farmer. Geyer", Ritzier, I aver that such
an idea never for a tingle moment entered my
head. I cannot be nu regardless of the -interests
of my own native State as to abandon her best
friend. I sini not unmindful, that under the wire
administration Of Governor Ritner, Pennsylvadia
interests base been - middy sustained, her ample
improvements have been rapidly promote t, her
burdensome State his has been repealed, her
State debt. which had accumulated to an enor
mous amount. has been reduced;'and last, tho..gh
not least, the currently, which bad degenerated
into bank rags and shinplasters, has been retain •
ed to its legitimate li as:sofgiuld and silver. I
trust that be day is ar remote, which will find
me so recreant to dui interests army country, as
to east off the honest'German Fanner, whom we
have-tried, and in the words of Gov. Shulz, have
"found lobe good," 'to try a new man, whom
we have evjtry reason to believe '•will , be found
good fiat nettling." glory in being found in
the ranks of the Farmer Governor—l glory in,
fighting shoulder to shoulder with the mama ofthe
venerable Snyder, aid with the late democratic
Gov. Shulze—by the aide of such men 1 hope
always to be found, and with them on the 2d
Tuesday of October, t shall contribute my hones;
endeavors ti. re elect the farmer of Waahington
county, not in the least doubting his success by
a triiii-phant majorit -
Now, to my two or three gentlemen of Pitts
burgh, Mat were more concerned la this matter
than I was, let me say to them in candor
“llonesty is the beat policy."
As the editor of the Examiner has pr3miseF l
the publication of the Pittsburgh renunciation in
his next, I wish bimetal' to do me the favor tq
give the foregoing ones insertion, so that the people
may have an oppurtunity to strike the difference.
And also—Jack, editor of the Alleghi•n v Oem.
ocrat, as you are aware that a Jack is a Jack all
the world over, I hope you will be kind enough
to Jack the Pittsburgh renunciation out of your
paper, sod Jack this my true one in.
Yot. &rt. d r e.
The Berks Juurnal-in giving the follow.
ing "select quotations" desires its friends
to add to them. Unfortunately in Schuyl
kill:we-cannot: Our opponent candidates
never said a word in' their !Ives on an
subject, to interest their country or 'hetr
constituents; they are nod my head, not
wag my tongue men; they know that a
perpecaticular up and down shake of the
head means "yea," and a horizontal man•
darin nt, n of the same member
stands for "nay;" and that is the extent of
their political attainments: •_
Who is the leader or the Porter party in Phil
CHARLES J. INGERSOL.
'Had I lived in the time of the Revolution, I
should lisve been • TOR Y."
Who is the leader of the Porter party in Lan
r I AM ES BUCH A biAN.
•`llad I a drop of democratic blo-xl in my veins
I would let it out."
Who is the leaderi the Porter pArty in Bei ks
• GEORGE M. REi
"1 !Apo God will forgive me for voting for
Whom we have to ecintend with.— The
Spirrt•of the Times, a rank loco loco ',la
'per in Pniludelphia, holds the IiilloWlfle„,
amiable language.•-having taken its cue
"Rau her than nee Joseph Ritner re elected
Cii r le. J. Ingersoll &reeled, and the pro-1..44...1'
THE PAITY COMpletek blasted, WE WIN:I.IP
Pit KIKEIL THAT BLOt?D SHOULD BE
So be ready all you (or
we are mg miAiaken, we smell some
Important Election Law.
ht thr. last seSsion elf the Legislature, page .8.1 •
the fiill•iwing important law may be fi ~,,, d.
- Certain officers of the state and United Stales
prohibited from holding certain oXices at
**Dint no irispector, judge or other, offieer of
any election, shall be eiigible to any "thee at
!itch election, nor shiall ii.y person, Wilful!. an
rdbee under the gendral or slate goyerootei,i,
Wan inspector, jisitgeor other officer °flatly such
election, nor shall any person holding an otfwe
under the U. Stateil be allowed to serve as a
member of city codneils, c.ommissioners of a
distru t.. or burgesoi.7 '
ILT I'he above, ofcixurse, applies to Justices of
We c 4 1111 l rend to nur teaders the 11,110 w
ing eimorionieati(n. The auth"r is a
worthy 'Mechanic: of this Borough, who
opp"seil Joseph kitner, and supported
Ileiiry A. Mithleilberg three years ago.
FOR THE Al omits' JOURNAL,
What is the diferenee between a Gen
man and a Mechanic.
Before this qtiqstion is answered, I
would observe, it ; is no secret that Me
chattisnre despi,e l .l by many self conceit•
ed upstarts, and thlit they are supposed by
many to be unfit to sit in the Legislative
halls ,of our country, as Representatives
of any portion of her citizens: in fact there
is no limit to thrtir degraded situation, if
we are to judge from the bearing of every
fop, or "tight rigged" sprig of genoin y we
We hear some boast of their blood !
rgelting that our creator "bath made
of - one blood, all the nations of the earth."
We hear others boast of their fa nt y. f r
getting that all thd faintly of man are conk,
pelted to trace their desent from Adam wig;
was a 4111er of .
ground. Again *we
have those who *fluid deny a working
man the right of etijoying his own opinions,
forgetting the lever and spirit of our
Glorious Declaration of Independence:
that "all.men are dreated free and equal."
Others proclatiq to the world that Me
chanics (Cobblersiand Tinkers) or work.
ingmen, who earn sheir bread by the sweat
of their brow, or have done so, are not fit
tar tOceraliit<-the.U. 0. Navy et Mity
the.Y nottiriih . the rains Upstart impudence
atileit, that liiehattice are not fit far uffs
Ore - in the' field : ?'-wind te carryout this
Pkineiple, may they not say that we are un
lit to viand in defence of unr country, our
rights and our families? But is this Bog
IJ comes from the Legislative
No: echoes from the right arm of our
'national defence ! No! 're-echoes from
the bloody fields, hallowed by the blood of
Many.„that promptly obeyed the. balls of
their country, their duty, and.their families!
while those milk and water , men, who de:
spise the sunburnt Laborer and Mechanic
were raised in indolence, aed.the princi
plea of aristocracy, drinking - in with their
Mother's milk, the idea that they were bet
'ter than-the decendants of Working men !
avid that they alone are the representatives
di God's rational creation! though we are
despised by them, they would use us as
tools to assist thent to ride triumphantly
into office, that they may there intrigue
for their tor advancement, or. use the in
fluence that working men have blessed
them with, to help their relatives or parti
zans to. a share 01 the public. '•loaves and
fishes." .Witness the elder and younger
Buren at Washington; and the elder
amid ytitinger of Sclikiy/kill coenty
Working men, reuse your Support to ally
than who follows politics ior it living ! Such
men are political gamblers, they use their
bellow citizens as a gambler would his
cords. They profess great hive for the
QUEEN'S ladies; but aim with all their pow
ers to have the influence iuf the KING'S
gentlemen and will stoop Iso low as to
;nuke use tit - Jim-1.-wee:working-mem when
ever fortune throws us lulu their game.
They wid - truckle to the•prejedices or
%lams of the we.iithy and designing ; and
fi.itter. 114. with the cry of "Democracy!
equal Rights! Bone and Sinew!" "spe
cie fur the pour wan"' &c. &c.
Their gentlemanly appearance, and by
pocrisy, are the only sulking evidence of
their birth, their blood, their descent, or
their wealth, which last, does not always
follow as a consequence, to the Irani of Arts
tot-rancid not 1011,r. When, and -where,
did an incident ever happen of one of these
sycophants affording relief to the
•!dear people" (the.workinginen,) or their
stiffening children ? W here are those that
Despize the Mechanics on such ocrasions?
'hey are as angels visits, few, and far be
tween! On the contrary, we find that the
- most humane and-intelligent persons- of
both sexes, whit are sensible of the reit/•
tionship that exists between the rich and
the poor, who are sensible that` the inter
ests of the employer and the employedare
identified. are always foremost in deeds of
philantitrophy ; relieving the • distresied,
and endeavoring to elevate the character
of every man and woman in society, to the
standard of moral perfectio , -; these are the
friends of the poor Working Men. 1
'Would Call you to the protection of your
Own interests! Support those only for
office, who will not he ashamed of Me
' chamcs, and who will adhere to the inter
esti of the working classes ! On this
principle, Joseph Ritaer has claims to
Ono. support. Bentz a Farmer and a
W4rkttig matt, he knows the difference he
eec I 'kites', and Industry, and Iv holly
aware of the diffcrence between a gentle.
man and a winking, Man, or a new coat
and 411 old one!
"Is hr honest ! Is he capable 7is the
Query of the Derirricratic Jefferson!—
Aod in answer to this, we say yea! arid
defy coutrailiction ! The satire question
would apply with equal force to his oppo
vent David R. Porter, can it be answered?
I believe it can! It. has beenanswered by
the records ol,fluetingdiiii ouunty : by the
affidavit of John Stoimbraker : by the af
fidavit of Saintfel Stargetrir: (a working
reran,' and by the handwriting of himself!
(witness his receipt to (ieu. Davis E-q..)
ilere then is the difference between a G. 41.
ilrman and a Farmer: l t:an it be said that
Joseph !toner ever defrauded a wor6ing
HIM out of his hard earmergs, by a-signing
lit- property to another person, to keep fur
hint n hi. ehe solemely swore that he had
nut dune so? If it can, give us an in
stance, arid I engage to abandon him and
Iris cause, as equally unworthy the support
of any Itltchafire, or Working man 'that
has the interest aids country at heart.
I d 3 not speak as a party man ; unless
it be the Working men's party ! I would
recommend you to beware of party, and
designing politicians. The former is but
an instrument in the hands of the latter,
and every vital principle of a free govern
meta will be subverted by these deina
ogues.' Neither favor ''Whigs, or Tories,
Democrats, or Federalists," but go for
your country, and all that will sub-serve
her interests. This is true democracy.
Working men, be true to ytur own in
terests, scatter to the winds the fouled
mouthed slanders, that Mechanics are not
* We are indebtedlto the Washington
Globe for this insult. Will our mechan.
ica sanction -such conduct, and testify to
trtruth of their own unworthiness? I
believe I express their sentiments when I
answer no Then why, I ask, why will
you - pursue a course at war with your self
respect? Why will you support a Van
Buren candidate for Governor? are you
not fully aware that Porter's election .as
Governor of Pennsylvania would be taken
as evidence that Pennsylvania approves of
the measures of the administration? Re
flect ere you sanction the Sub -treasury
system, or the increased expenses of the
general government. J. M. C.
as guudras those who brenurseditilhe lap
of luxury and idlenesh show Van Buren
'and his•minions , tbat you are freemerr.—
Beware .of those who will sm ite on you.
and extend the -band of fellowship only.
when they want your, votes, On all Other
occasions, their dominant principle, is he
agent-Leman or eke a lady tends to de
grade the Mechanic!-=as this is• a desire.
able object with many who despise us,
let us again revert to the question at the-,
head of this article : what is the diferenee
between a Gent/mita/sand a Mechanicl—,
I will now present the answer, by relating
a dialogne said to have been held on boars
of a steamboat,. which I gather from a
New York paper, except stone necessary
alterations to make it applicable to roil
“But fur you" said Mr. Daniels, "thus
to.expoSe yoursell, and you a gentlemen
"/ ant not - a gentleman" said the Me
"Not a gentimaan I" said Mr. Daniel: ,
"No, I am not a gentlemen', lam a man
but not a gentleman, I defy you to prove
that I am a gentleman, i am a man, and
you are a gentl,man."
'.l-low so?" enquired Mr. Daniels.
"Because" said the Mechanic, "because
you wear good clothes 4. I dont." "Well'
said Mr. Daniels, but does clothing make
a gentleman!" "Yes" mid the Mechanic,
' , fir prove it." "My beard is long—my
clothes are thread hire—and my hat is
old." Now suppose I had $lO,OOO iii
my pocket, I would go ,up to one
large houses, And ring the beli,.the sere•
ant comes to the door, and Laski, is your
master at home ! The servant says yes. - -
and leaving me standing in the entry. he
goes in and says, Master, there's a man
wants to see you."
"This proves that I am a man."
"I go hione,:-.shaye myself—dress my
self up as She as you are dreissed—without
a cen: in my pocket, and perhaps I am a
horse thief, or a swindler.—l.go to the
same door, and ring the bell—the servant
comes,—l again ask "is your - mikter in?"
yes sir. Please to walk in. He shows me
into the parlor, and then goes to his mas
ter, and. says "master, there is a. gentle
man in the parlor wants to see you." •
And this provei that the clothing
makes a gentleman. J. M. U.
FOR THC !UNRRA' JOURNAL.
I see thee loved. and dearest, -
I gale upon thee now ;
Thy s smooth, rich hair is parted, •
In meekness o'er thy brow.
Thine eye beams on in lustfe, tr
Thy lip is smiling yet;
Sorrow o'er thee ne'er has thrown
I k e mantle of regret.
I meet thee with-the joyful.
In pleasurn's . 'glittering hall; _
And thy laugh there is the merriest,
The gayest of them all.
trace of hidden feeling,
Upon thy brow is set;
And yet, and yet I ean,•oi think,
Thy heart carrell tisrgeL '
We meet es silent vtrangere,
We oar( as earelvitsly; •
Yes. though one heart is throbbing,
With silent love for thee.
I've dwelt upon thy son sweet voice,
Catchirig thy tones low fall ;
And mused in deep lorgetfolness,
Upon iny heart's close thrall.
And yet I wren thou sce'st it not,
For pride round me has thrown
A haughty carelessness of mode,
A 'nanny not my own,
Has woven with love's brightest threads,
Dark ravellings of scorn,
And triads my lite ■ useless web,
A fabric easy torn.
Pottsville, Sep. 13th, 1838
At Philadelphia, on Tuesday the 18th
inst. by the Reif. Bpnjanun D.orr, D. 1).
the Rev. ALFRED MILLER, to Mem HET
TY ° A. daughter of the late E 2 Bronson,
In this Borough, on Sunday afternoon last, ANNA,
infant daughter of al,; J. T. Hazzord; aged 13
month 3 days.
Come up to the Mark Porter
You who boast (duetting from 100 . 0
to PM majority. in S,chuylkill county.
We are authorized to offer the following
• $5O .
That Porter Mtll not 100 majority in ,
That he will not havi9.2oo.
That he will not have 300.
• That he will riot haves4oo.
That he will not haire 500.
That he ti ill not have 600.
• $2OO •
That he w;ll not have 700.
' That he will tint..lnive 800.
That he will •not have 900, and
• 0100 •
That Ritner will have a majority .in
,The above to be taken collectively.
• congress .
Walter :11..Living i
George l'lL—Eeket. ,
4 . Commislnaneri'
illoraliam X.. Bough ' IN I yeah
Daniel shollenberge 3 - 3 years
Director of thf Po .
1 George Moye4
George J. anhchigel
Charles Dengler, 2 : 14
I . . i . Trustees 0. 11
,*- Charles Witmai
Michael Graell: 1 1
• , - Coroner , I
Jacob Heed, E•
For Governor::,-David 11, Porter,
For Cougresatl— Peter Neviihard. i
Fiii 4 osenaL4:—William Morti
For'erjranert—Nathaniel I. M ills
i For Co irsatissioners,—Edward
years. Benjamin Lawler, for I yti f
Director of the perm—Daniel Bar!
For Auditors:—Peter Kota, fur ''
Ward llunizinger, 2 years. ' 1
Far 7'iturtees:John M. Big
Pa(tsville, 26, 1838
NNE T - FLOUR, by the load was worth on Fri.
ddy 41.8 • '
Wli I , T 175 per pushel, in demaid.
RY LOUR 2 :9 'per cwi- in deroan - cl.
BUCK 'MEAT FLOUR 2 50 per civL in demand
RYE, by the-load 95 cents '420 thelushel—ready
wile. • ...
- RYE CROP 85 cents per bushel ii 3 demand.
OATS; 53 cents—ready sate.'l
POTATOES $1124 cents per bus in demand.
CORN-90.cents per bushel' in de nd.
CLOVER SEED- 00 per bush I.
'TIMOTHY SEED-412 50 per bu s el.
• FLAXISEEI3:--$1 40 per bushel in emend.
wiltiss,inr-45 cents per gallon, I
BUTTER-20 cents per pound—in.l Kegs 17 cents
EGGS;-12 cents per dozen. .• . - .
LARD—II i cents per pound. 1
TALLOW— lOcenta per pound.
11A 5418 - 13 i centapet pound. .
!CON' CHOP 85 conts per bus h e l pd emend.
BACON-13 cents per pound. ' ..
.BEESWAX-20 cents per .pciund. - ; '
FE ATIIERS-62 cents per pound.,
'COMMON WOOL4O cents per Tend
MACKEREL, by the bhL No ,l, $1 00 No 2, $ll
, SALT-2 50 per bb1.;75 per btish 1
PI-ASTER .ii worth 7 00 per wall,
BAY Os ' per ins. I
r r ffilE, Register of Schuylkill. luny having
granied letterworadministratid of the estate
of Georgel Lyon', late of Port Car n, r deceased;
to the Sibscribers,s, they heretky iiiify all per.
sons inde ted to the said estate to ke,payment,
and all Oerions having chums sea ..at the lame
to present them, duly sothenticat : to the sub.
scribers for settlement, without del* .
ANN IN( Ns:,
HUGH K 1 SLEY,
Both residing in Port Carbon, Sch yikill county.
Sept.l6, 1838; 75-6N
Piano for e.
A FIRST rate Piano. belonging. to Mr. L. C.
Heilman, will be sold very In The Piano
can be seen at the Pennsylvania Hill. Apply to
L. FISHER, We ch . Maker.
N. B. 34. H. has also fur saki in - Reading,
mime very choice and splendid Plants, well tuned.
Pottsville, Sept. '26, 1638. ' t 75-3 t• ,
l ogrb PAIR a Blankets of va tons quality's
"'".- 1 ! and prices. just opened an for sale by .
MILtiER & HA GERTY.
Potlsvple, Sept. 26.. 1838.
A NGELL'S Series of School
ceived pnd for sale by
September 26, 1838
raw"' Iron Work
No. 77 South Third Street. S. E. c4ner WaAwl .
: PHILA.]) ELPIII.A. . • -
' .. .
Morris Tasker a* si'lorris,
, IRON Founders, and Manufacturers of Coal.
Glisten, Furnaces, Kiichen• Hanes, Bath Boil.
ers, . Perpetual Ovens,. &c. Welted Wrought
Iron Tubes, for Sttans, Gas, Hut W ter, &c?-
Davyislalafty La . ps
•-of the brat Cirnatrticti; :n. . .
' Patterns for the Foundiv received - and castings
delivered at the Warehouse, Third Wilma St.
Phi isds.lnhig. I . •
.. , i 75.—1 f
. • •
allerinos t .
FRtNpn and English Merinos,
' Figured Mousseline de Laine— °gather with
a good assortment of fall prints, r ived and for
- sale by ' •
Pottsville, Sept. 2,6, 1838. 75
PROCLAMATION.—Notice I .
tharaCuurt of Common Pleas, f.
ea w t es at issue, in And for the county
will be held at Orwigsburg, in the-OmM
Monday the 22d day of Obtober nest, a!
the forenn. • ,
Therefor op e all persons having suits . i
orisons whose duly it shall be to, appes'
will taken@tice and govern- ihemselve,l,
PETER F. LUD'
Sherif* Oici .'Orwigsbuig,
Pultatica allertthmceis derand
and Witnesses suarnioned to
~ „ __ __. -.-
I NSOLCIENT 'D'EliTtlitS..—T E subscribers
have applied to the Judges olthe ourt of Com
mon Pleas! of Schuylkill county, for th benefit of the
*event' Acts or Assembly passed for t a relief of In
. solvent Dehtors, & that the said Judges aveappointed
Monday the..2oth day of Oct. nest, at I o'clock in the
forenoon, it the court Rouse, in Orwi burg. for the
hearing otos and our creditors , when d where they
may attend if they think proper.. 1
JOHN THOMAS," vi .
.JOHN - fIOWE.*. •
. . i ABRAHAM LEVANT!
' - I JOHN HEN RICKS. .• ,
. - WILLIAM GORGAS.
I. GEORGE lIEERNER,
PETER . DI CPA MP!
; ROBERT COOK, • • ,
WILLIAM MYERS:* 1 .•
4 years.. Ed
k le, Joseph
hereby r i ven
r the trial. of
-10 &clock in
ding. and all
secinrclit i o v .
Iq x Shend