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to 2 s l ,lis . 01 1 01 , .. I'7:
TO THE INIBLIC. •
Before the paper. goes; to .press, we have
lbacely . time to say that the ,undersigned
( having visited 'Huntingdon for the purpose
bf toveStigating the 'charges; against David .
kt.. Porter, have 'returnee fully satisfied
!that they are sustained by the records and
, other written evidence, a portion of which
'will be laid before the phldic as early as
On arriving ittliOntingdon, having die
covered that ionic g !Lummox, Esq.
had 'abandoned his support of D.3.yip R.
PORTER since the- publiction or the 'Ada-.
vita of the Messrs. Sto xiebrakers, we ad•
dressed several queries to him, which he
answered, and we have the renunciation
. of his support under his own hand, which
will be published in the next Miner's Jour
Life Or John H. Stenebraker
attempted by the Ppliery
On Tuesday night between 2 and 3
o'clock, while John H. Stonebraker was
lying asleep in his Shantee about 9 miles
above Huntingdon, • witb another gentle
man named Ttylor, he was fired .at: by
some miscreant or miscreants,. w i th three
guns or pistols; two of which struck in the
logs an inch or two aboVe the bed cover,
and 'one passed through One of the crevi
ces. Fortunately neither of the' parties
were injured. . ;
Thus has the blood ;and sedition iaw
been revived among us, thus has the Tory
Ingersoll's advice been , taker., and thus
have the friends of Porter shown that they
are willing to add murder—the midnight
'murder of a sleeping man to shield the rep-
utation of a perjured monster!
- Our First Victory.
STAND OUT FOR Ii7DOES ! !
And Election of 11:Ispectors !
We commence this rrOrning the record
of the first series ofAirilliant victories.' /n
the stand out for Judges, the Perjury
Party-showed no opposition, but gave in,
-without a struggle ! The course was
walked , over by the Friends of git.ner and
'.he vote Stood thus:
Democratic Whig. Loco Foco.
305 - 188
Whiff Majority 137! '
On the grid Tuesday or October we, will
poll upwards ,of 500 'rites for Joseph
The Dealer and his Agents.
A SKETCH OF THE TIMES.
Uncle Sam was in the „Coal Business in
•our Borough a-few year ago, and a stout,
bale, hearty old - gentleman . 6e was; his
word was as good as his-bond, and that
-would betaken for any amount. He o
pened veins at Minersville, Mill Creek,
Tamaqua, and on the Broad Mountain.
Mr. Jones was his agent at Miriersville;
Mr. Brown, at Schuylkill Haven; Mr.
Green, at Port Carbon; •Mr. Black, at Th.
maqua, end his chief clerk and overseer
an(Pottsviite, was Mr. Knowall. At this
time, every Saturday night each of thete
agents sent a written statement to Uncle
Sam of the business of the week, 'how
much coal •wad shipped and all the pro
, weeds in money was plaled to his credit in
the Bank by Messrs,. Jones, Brown,
Green and Black.
By this , mode ofproceeding, Uncle
Sam became a man of sahstance; he had a
perfect check on all his agents; they could
not take advantage of*him, and indeed we
doubt whether Messrl. Jones, Brown,
Green and Black woolhave done 'so if
they could. He pai id ff all his debts—
for Uncle Sam's friends ent him money to
begin business, and had: enough to lend
each of his large family of children some,
to open new veins, run Irail roads, ic. on
their own account. Things went onaiviin
mingly: whenever Uncle Sam wanted two
or three thOusand dollars, he only had to
draw his check,- give it to Mr. Knowall,
and it was cashed. Ple had the happiness
of seeing neat littleshankees, and little dos
' -tare of cottages grew up about his lands,
and every thing smiling in prosperity.
One night after business was over, Un
cle Sam was enjoying • his -pipe, •wlien a
knock was heard at the door. i
"Corne,in!" says Unite Sam.
The doer opened, and Mr. Knowall
"Ah, hew do you 4 this evening my
lad, come in. I was just wishing for you
to make a iare.bit;and: take a glass of ale
with me. Sit down, sitdowel "
Now Amos Knowaiti knew this would
be the case—he knew Uncle San was an
epicure, that he illways kept fi pie cheese,
and, he loved it as Well as ir .he had
been born a., rat—he was always' nibbling,
nibbling. He could make a Welsh rare
bit too, trAtip.had.bee bred in n kitchen.
After tiley had eat .a drank, business
matters were talked o r.
What that eimveisit ion was, has never
• been ..correctly : known4 but the I next day
'Uncle Sam" went - in a devil of a huff to the
Bank, took all his m" y out and told Mr.
Kilowatt to write lo NI we. Jonet, Brown,
Green and Black, forb ding theM tp make
ant deposites in suc a monstrous bad
place, but to • keep the money arising from
his business, for him tbemseltes.
The very nature of NCI° Sem seemed
Change Dtr' • 1 ""t"1 - * - -.4 -1 ne 7' i:1 150 6 i: ) istal,a.
old gentlem, ikie[tsigureiniiiiiiilitteo:l4 . 14'
peri mewing iethp:most eitravagent iutin
ner possible . ; 'ln • the firritililadi 40)4A
near two hunklrect yank of tunnel. throUgh
solid rook, and arrived at a Sae vein; le
then had it blocked up and wouldn't use
iti, because he thCught of a patent steam
drill he-had ieviiii i ted, and 'ran another im
mediately alo!ng side of it. - The Miners
1 tlunight the Uld dna best, but Uncle Sam
fever would listen to it. Re bad all the
wood work of his coal ears--.-the sleepers
of his rail ways- 7 46e handles of his picks
removed and irgn substituted—be even
had silver tubes made for 'blasting instead
of cartridge paper, and kept- no account
books, for helewte every thing should be
on a metallic balite, and he damned all pa
per sky high. Me hirell several more
clerks and Agent* whom he scattered about
the works, charging each one as he valued
his patronage not to deposit a. single cent
in the Banir.z" 'One poor fellow was turned
off about three months afterwards, because
he received a ten dollar bill of theirs in
payment of-a debt which he had been try.
in g to collect for many years, and another
be6iuse he was afraid to keep so much
money about him that belonged to another,
and therefore told Uncle Sam plainly that
he should use the Bank,
Affairs went on this way sometime, till
winter came oa-tand . then the coal busi
Bess was bcd—navigation closed, and it
was all pay 004 and nothing coming in.
Uncle Sam one day wanted to raise $2500
and sent to Mr. Jones at Minersville for
the money. Mr. .Jones bad sold about
3000 togs of coal Tor him, and he could
now square off. Mr. Knowall mounted
his horse for Mr. Jones, Out great was
his surprise to find hie house shut! Mr.
Jones, Mrs. Jones and all the little Jones's
had gcuielo the Western Country! Un
cle Sam when he heard it, scratched his
head, muttered something, al oat ingrati
tude—could not raise the money, and had
his note protested. The nextiday he went
to some other persons who nscd one of his
rail roads, and to two or three!pensons who
lived in his houses to get their rents. He
was at first unwilling to take bank bills,
but was at last compelled to—and so he
settled his proteited note. But he took a
hearty damn pt the Bank,- President,
Cashier, Directors and all, and swore if
be had kissere he'd be skip", himself off
The next Saturday' came—he had some
thousands to pay his workmen; he'sent to
Mr. Brown, at Scbttylkill . Haven .for mo
ney. Mr. Stowe had been aliening 'veins
on his own account—did not expect Uncle
Sam would call on him so soon, so he
made out a false return and brought poor
Uncle Sam in debt to him! He next tried.
Mr. Green, at Port Carbon—he had broke
the day before, and was going to advertise
far the Benefit of' the insolvent Act. He
applied to Mr. Black'at Tamaqua; he gave
him a draft on the "Okefenoke Swamp
Agricultural, Lumberman's Safety Fund
Office of Discount and Deposit at Musqui
toville, Arkansas Territoryi.t? He was
obliged to take this or nothing, and got a
friend to negotiate it throughitbe Bank, it
being at a discount of 75
a wag did say he had to give a premium
to have -it taken off his hands; but that we
doubt. After all his exertions he 'fell
short some hundred dollars o' the amount
to be paid.
“What's to be done Mr. 4owallr said
Uncle Sam with,a face as long as one of
The Gothic windows in our Church.
Amos hesitated a while, at length an
swered, "I.think you must dive due bills
to the men; we can redeem them in a week
"Due hills,'-' said Uncle Seen, "why how
can they get hreati and Meat with them."
"Oh, grinned Amos, "ypis are, well
known in the Bereegh—they, will p 7 any
"Well, but Mr.. Knowall, this 75 per
cent business I csn't. stand, *hat's to be
done?" • •
"Why," said Amos, after another palm,
"you must get all -your coal paid /or is
Bank Bills. or Specie, and pay all your men
for a few weeks in due bills; by that means
we will be able to weather the storm that
Bank has been raising." •
Uncle Sam looked, incredulous, but fol
lowed his advice; he was employed .for
days in *l o aning due bills, and gave Know.
all a power of Attorney i to- sign for hint
The formis were ; printed to save time,
and at lasts wag nailed themphin-plasters,
because he said they were likely to have
"a good deal of done and, no ;neat." At
the end of a few weeks, a !diger amount
of these bills had. been issued than Uncle
Sam himself was aware of. 1, Mr. Knowall
had not been idle, and dvery time be' want
ed a fips Worth of segars he rould.get one
of Uncle dam's due bills changed, and put
the money in his 'oivit pockell
This could not last forevef—Unele Sam
was Man of'llte best intentions; but he
brought distreast on his tenants—they
could not ;pay their rentS, - hut gave their
due - bills-±so that at hilt it l'was like two
pugnacious getitletnen.oc/i4n,ging ;card/.
"You- owe , me nine. says
Tom. - '• 1 4
"I knoW it," says Riolt; liberals my dne
bill for ten, give nulaiitillarichatiOln sil
ver. I owe Uncle,§attrtho 'amount, for
some lette'rs he has paid postage on for me,
and he went take: thirigtelse." - '
"Havin't got it," replidi Tom, "but
here's it one of the BorogubXAir.Bnbble,
•just as good."
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debtors, ~, ' . ; -.
Now had any one-told tine
be was 01%h:treasury! man be w .
Koocked - him down—be is a violen ,
ter,man, but still thinks Van Buren's
treasury Scheme irerYi bad, -yers bad in I
deed. Poor deluded gentleman] be had)
his sob-treasurers -nit a small -scale, wh&
fleeced him so - comPletely, that he - has
been cottipetted . to suspend bitsinetis, Some!
of his debts have been paid through thej
Bank, who took the', notes given by his ,
tenants for rents &c.,land knowing then
td be honest, though pressed, cashed
them at a air business discount.
His aft' 'rs have been planed in the
bands of a bitratorsi, md they tell me -that
a decision will be made on the second
,month, at which time it,
is greatly feared by Uncle Sam's remain
ing clerks, agents, dc.c+ that the report will
be unfavo able.
From the P;presr.
•To the siemakrafic Ex.governor, who beat
Gregg, the ftderal candidate, upwards of twenty.
four amuse* majority.
. "Air"--J iv Anderson my Joe, John ." • ,
John And T
ear Shake my Jo y J John
You once was very dear
To every tiOn4at democrat,.
Beloved bottrfar and near.
But now:9' nce you have honest)) ,
Come Dufr honest Joe, ,
The locos p urse you htgh and 13w
John Andrew Shulze my Joe.
There's Diivy Lynch and all his crow -
With Trmisory Subs and all;
Abusing You till all is blue,
Because you give the ball
That'b rolling for old Ritner, -
With free en's forceful' blow,
An honeztlpush to victory
John AnOew Shuize my Joc.
And there:is Billy Wilkins,
Chief hjaOhall of thefew
That's 'unrolling through our streets to day,
This will to you seem new.
For Billy Was a Federalist,
,As you and I well know,
And not Jike you a democrat
John Ancirdw Shulr.e my .foe.
John Andfew Shulte my Joe John
You know! tnie David Porter,
Now tell ue, should a democrat
Become his blind supporter?
Should we forget the perjury?
The insolciency7 and ge
For such i man in this free idol*,
John Andrew Sbulze my Joe. .
It has been said that Ritner,
Was brought up in a bog.
That he's h stupid Dutchman
And worse; "a damned Dutch hog."
But you my John have to!d'the truth
And comecsat for old Joe,
The demotratic candidate,
John - Andrew Sbulze my Jee. -
.What if ba was a weaver. •
And made the shuttle fly?
Or if be Was a wagoner
Add cracked his whip sky high? •
Has he not drove his ship of State
With steady hand and true s
You think he has, with democrats,
John Andiew Shill= my Joe.
John Andrew Shupe my Joe John %
We recollect the time
When yo,i were up for Governor,
T`was told in prose and rhyme
That twenty thousand- yon would beat
Old FedeMd Gregg; and so
Will Rituhr beat this David FL
Jutin AndrewShulze my Joe.
And now let every Democrat,
— Tarn out for honest Joe,
John - Andrew Shake and all of (heal
Will mardh op toe to toe,
And lay the Loco Focos
Flat, floundered at a blow,.
Then freemen one and all join with
John Andrew nuke my Joe.
On Tdesday last, by the Rev. Wm.
Cooper, Mr. BARNHARD BARS. to Miss
HANNAH SHELLY, both of Pottsville.
On Tuesday last at Reading, by the
Revd. Mt. A. 'L. Herman, Mr. WM.
COLEMAN of Robison, to Miss MARY HILL /
On Thursilay last, by the Rev. E. 8.. Ev ,
tins, Mr. DAVID PRICE, to Miss MAkGA.
HET EvAris, all of Minersville.
On Tharsday evening last after a ling ,
ering Mr. Nathaniel Davis of Port
Carbon.inithe 28th year of his age. The
friends of the family are invited to attend
his funeril this afternoon at 2 o'clock P.
'M. from kis late residence.
Tim rnernbets of Pulaski Lodge, No. 216, and
the Masoni4 fraternity generally, are respectfully
invited to Meet at the Odd Fellows Hall, in Port
Carbon, at 1 o'clock, to attend the remains of
their decealied brother.
Another Sub-treasury . Scheme
braham i i arvis, the Van "Buren Pommes.
ter at Hastsgrove,Ckbio, bus taken leg-bail
and the responsibility of removing' the peo
ple's depesites. — He was a noisy loco fo.
hopQahe imay make apbtber.
. Grgat fPrEdeet.,--A Canal about a toile
in knelt to joint the beat} waters of the
Fox andtWisconsin flitett still cause at
uninteirutted-naviggation between the lakes
and the r ver hlisaiseippi. The work only
requires boo lock with lift of seven feet.
t,~a.~.u_~p.das:.. .a..w.....~ ~.. l Vs
Come up tif:Akelll4ai
. You who htianrotgatting.ttitini ;N900"
to 4100 majority in Scbtrythtll. daftly.
'W6-are auttiorlied to offer - the &Dewier
Bet tt - ' it;
That he will not have BOO:
That he will not have 900:and
Tlibt Ritner will have' a majority in
The above to be taken einlleatively. -
Whitt-Sub Treasury 71Teket.
Abraham L. Doughtier 1 year
Daniel Sbollenberger, years
Director of the Poor it , ‘
George J. Hantzinger, 3 years
Charles Dengler, 2 years.
Sub-Treasury Tj •
For Governor:—David R. Porter.
For Congress:—Peter Newhard.
rar Assembly: —W illiam Mortimer.
For toreaer:—Nathaniel M ills, Jno: Snyder.
For Commissioners, -Echvend altinor, for 3
year.. Benjamin Lanizer, for 1. year.
Director of the poor:—Daniel Bartolet.
For Auditory—Peter Kitts „for 3 years. Ed
ward Huntztoger, 2 years.
Per Trustees:—John M. Biclsle, Joseph
Shipments of Coal for the week, ending on
Thursday evening last:
' Shipped Gy
Delaware Coal Cd
George H. Potts,
S B Reeve & Co
N A Coal Co
Hodson ty co •
Stockton & Stevens
&Hyman & Niee
Wm Wallace & Co
A S Nichols
T C Co
Palmer & Garrigus
Davis #l. Olwine
S.l Euckle 4 Co.
3. C. Cirsovtua
Potts & Bannan
Totten & Ulhorn
Payne lY Allen
Hugh. & Baber
• • 1130 • -
That Porter will not -lpti majority in
' Walter C. Livingston.
George N. Eckert.
Charles - Wilma%
Jacob Reed, 'Egg.
Schuylkill Coal Trad eh.
er lid report,
o reform limit Schu kill Haven
LITTLE SCIEU-Y.IAKILIO C 044. WAIVE'
12.1 Jos. Thomas
8 Ann &map.
186 per last report
NO ' :ON t. I is
. . .
Tha following is the amount. of Coil trans por
ted on this Rail Read ) ft* the Meek inkling
on Thursday evening last: i 9,883'
per last report 4879'
Penn `Haven . --
Mauch Chilnk, ' 2,59 i . 105,583
Pinlstle* ' ' , 1 833 '34 . .1V
Penn Haien, 215 . 0,217
The - folks
. . ._ ,
The 'folio t a tg is the anSottnt o f VON t r a nsported.
on this d for theowieklending onWedneedly,
eveninglllll,, • . ' . .: 1,097 tons
. Feria t Report,
_.. 37,§09 ..
Total •- . 38,519 3
eetti• : CE(3.IIADDI4TY,CoII r.
. . , ... ...:
•e to • og lirthelinouitt; of Coal trepiported
on this t ail RIN . Uf ,for the i - wisek. eliding 'on
Thitrsday evening 1011, • 43213t0ns
Per kit Report. • -- .• 104;594.
Tots! • • 10E1.923, •
• ItiingliT a WILL, Canceler. .
EMS—!2 cents per dozin.
LARD-1 i cents per pound.
TA LLO% lOcents per pound. •
HAMS I cents per pourd. .
OP 8.5 cents per bushel in.! emandi
e t ,coN 19 cents per pound.
BEE:SW. S O( —OD cents per pound. ,
FE ATHERS62 cents per pound. .
'COMMON WOOL-40 cents per pound'
MACKEREL, by the hid. No 1. $l2 00 No 2, on
SALT— 50 per bb1475 per bushel •
PLAST It .is worth 7 00 per ton. , .
HAY 611 .per tos.
A SPECIAL meeting of Pulaski Lodge, NO
216, will be heir: at the usual place, on Mon-
Aley evening next, October 1, at half past Tee
clock, P. 41. -
runctual attendance is requested.
September 29 7&-
I S hereby given that the following .named
Executors and Adminilitrators, have tiled thcir
account!' id the Office of the Register of Schuyl
kill county, and that the said accents *id be pre:
sent 13 the prphans' Court of Schuylkill county,
to be held
j t. Qrwigsbiirg, in and for said county,
on Monde the nil day of October 184 for con
I. The Account of Philip Bensons Adminis
trator of the Estate of Conrad Bausum late of
Manheim Township. deceased. .
2. The Account of Abraham Bartolet Admin.
ietrator ot the Estate of Dorothy . -Bartolet late of
Manheirit Tou%nship, deceased.
3. The Second Account of George Kimmel
Executor of the last Will and Testament of
Peorge Kimmel late .1' Brunswick - Toirnship,
4. The Account of Abraham Albright Adinin.
istsator of the Estate of Daniel Albrighi late of
West Brunswick Township.deceriaec'.
JACOB - HAMMER,
- 32 1593
12 5 97
a • 297
.6 . 298
- 2 102
1 . 50
Orwigs . burg, Sept. 29, 1838
NOTICE is hereVreri, that the Subscriber
appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of
Schuylkill County, to distritrote he astral' or
proceeds, arising • from the Sheriff's Sales of the
real estate of George Rahn, will attend for that
purpose at his office in the tiorough of amigo
burg, on Monday the 15th day of October next.
MARL ES ITM AN.
OrwiEstillirg, Sept. 9, • 76-3
DissOlntim of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby givers, that.the partnership
heretofore existing between the Subscribers,
ander therm of Prior--tr. Griffiths, was dissolved
on the 27th of September 1838, by routes! min
M,ncrsville, Sept. 29,
W HEREAS a Stray Cow came to my cock,
sOes in July last, being a Chesnut Bay, of
middling l site, from 9 to IA yleate of age, and the
same hating been duly advertised and no owner
appearing, public notice is hereby given, that I
shall selllslid cow at public Amphora on Saturday
October 112th 1834, for the benefit of whom it may
5238 • 286,406
. 195 8 260
/FILE Register of Schuylkill County having
. 0 - greeted letters ofadministration of the estate
of Georgie Lynts, late of Port Carbon, deceased,
to the - Subscribers, they hereby' notify all per.
sons indebted to the said estate to make.payment,
and all persons having claims against the same,
to present them, duly authenticated titt .the,
scribers for settlement, wiftmot delay.
I. ' ANpi LYONS,
Both reSibiinit tort Carbon, Schuylkill county.'
°Sept. 88, 1 , 75-4 t•--
To thelSotsoribeiv of the Tors Hall.
• - 1
Coj'tn,lostalaieorol• Zero tlothirp and Bf
sniii up eachn . ,share . of stock; is - milt:argil
iyl to the subscriber, On or. befirre the first
in October -next: . _ •
order of the Roard. •
JOHN T. HAZZARD,. Tree, "I
'44•11! • °'
5 1191 3 1/
, A ATIEW IRON ". •
- - ilic. MardiiiireAktore; -
4111 E nliieribers would reipietfullY announce .
.to public. that lie has added to 'his formes
stalik.A . • ind Ha rd atereoswiiisting wpifrenv ,
Amen . . and English Barlron. Hoops and Sint
1r0n.,11 nd Iron. as shss4 Cast ; Crawly.
Shear. an, .and English- Blister and.A: 11.
Steel - Vi , Monso.hole, ansils.Bmith's • Bellows;
'.diet I , hind, - chaping r irid, Broad.areii, rtiye
igha eii; together with.* general assortinen•
- of Lion ongery, ill ntishiali will besold zat
diibid- ' Ices, bv• . • . JOHN CLA.YTOIf.
Apri 22 , • • , , , .
,•7q, , 80AD•
d•Cor the weekending on illainidej
/et, • • - -7 , • • 2,38.5t0ne
t Talbott,' . 414.131.1.:
'52:1 5 . 2 1
H. H. POlle*C9llect"'
MI LCREEKIetiIIi ROAD
BRAXICII Rau. R 944).
Schap kill Townahtp, Sept. 29, 76-3
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Amos Imgels. .gegpectlially i ! ir :, iiy i b. ...t,
'friends and:the 'public generatly,".thti -he hits '..j..% -
Jost 'n*eive4 li general assortinent,,hl'y, yida I`',:
.Nyt t flo OCilidti . 'attiong which arc .- -.,_,.,,;;-;,- ~ 1 ..;_,.1•- • r'
'Bogert :Clatha and Sattitietta;'Grn `' - Igirk -In-
Morino; . gliah and French do. Luatri .. 4V4' ~ 1,- . : :'
de Skin, Penh de Sot, Grade Nail Ind ' ihtt* .
Silks, Ranieri and 'Domestic priids,-lita'
:Raba;.. - , -;.___-''.;.:
balivie:Popirlino, !Serum Shawle ditlllilili - ,Th - 14:. : - /: - .,'"1
bet, Silk iida Cotton Elhdkfe. Jacodet;;', bilti'..!;:i7":; ;
Barred Atailinatobinet, Illation Lawn, .
_:: - :Xtist
lin t Swia' a and India M i nn Edgingiti - ' '' -'
'quinine kw. Hoskin Billi,Sillt,„Cottint,WoOlerb:-. ; ` ' ~,,
Ektbkaltin ilidikirlin Gloves, Allnhair„Billal l itiibli-_ ,
Wald, Vidiated, Cotton and ViroOleit'•;Stitakintil': • . , •:;_.
Silk and coittin Velvet, Vesting's; Thitelii,•'l3ektre.
leen, Fuvtian. 'Genoa. Cord, "Wiiih'ingtaW4eartir .:i -..-..
Brown and [gentled .Mtialink • ItineiCatd: )
thillitiV, Bird Eye, Lined and "Cattitifiiiirir — ; •-:
Aiiiiirs and f rirnittiie Check.o4;S:vii - lIBlaIA:i .. 4. -
and-12. 1 1; Reutltlkoketa,lililkiFlairineltir en 1 - i
111,idlifii,Bla * Ck lienjervyals. §atin;i4P'a:! ' ''.
tiavf4tbeit=l4'•::: . la:fg@-',IfOOnt)0G,111 ,- -- ; . 4 --, • :, ,
"w„.9r 1 1 - Q 41 10 , • 'ton .Sui*tidOi.. B oe7. •-. ,.'- );
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Pottevilre; Sep, : 29, 1838. ' ' --'' '''"',..- r•-•; ; -.- '-
11:1101.0CLAMATION,Wherees the ImiteriOii'
I✓atvtt'BLYrrs, Esquire, President4ifAlie.
newel Courts "te common Pleas, tit ttiejthtiiitie*
of Daaphie, Leftmon,
ayhemis, and jutithie of the severalCou ifOye?
and Terminer. anig General Jail •
comties, and Gehrge Ranch and, DvinfelrYjed.
Esquires, judgei of the courtze lOrkejind•Tfiir.;••
miner and General Jail Delivery. for Abair:jet:of
all capital and other °Gutters, in the mid ee.tutty
Of Schuylkill—by their precepts to niediricted
tested at Grwigebmg. the•3oth "
D 8 8, hate ordered the Court of Oyer
miner Mid Cenral latil,DeLtvery.to bee. deit at.
Orvigsburg, on the Last Monday. °Met' neie, - •
(being the. 29th of said. month,) to(laid.. no One
\Notice it therefore heieby given, to the •
. y . 'itre e
arid, ere at
iy. vii h` theijl
tugs, hid( tit:
and ell thioe,
then Sheik be
Notice. •• •-•
NOTICE is hereby given, that the au fibers.
appointed by the Orphan'. Courtiol,-
county, tb settle and apportion tbearrset
the, bands of Geo. Hill. administriddeorqtre. - "
state of John 111,11cr late of %Vest Peek.township
in Schuylkill cirunty, deceased, to and arming •
soots as rice cradled thercto, according to ler,•
will meet for that p.orpnge on Monday the., IStlx •
day of October next, at . one o'Clock.." in , theifteri
noon, at the house of Michael Graeff:lnnkeepel:
in the Borough 0f0r5vigeberg.....,„,11,.......-
JOHN P. 11011 ART; •
JACOA.BR9OhIeFA:S r ...,.
41 - iditnor ;
Oniigaborg, Sept. 24, 1838. t r .
Piano for Sal
A FIRST rate Piano, belonging to titte,,,Af t ,t-7,.,
Heitztnao,•isill be sold verT-The t bsee,
cam•be seen at the Pennsylvania - Hilk Alipti , to
L. FISHER, WateliTAl4te.
N., 8. 31.. P. 1.1.; has also for Oalar
sorneirery 'choice and eplendiB Pitnoe , well toiled.
Pottsville, S ep 26,153& •.- •
A that a Court of Common Pleas. for the:* trial of
causes at issue, in and for.. the county of Schuylkill.
will be held at Chwigsburg, in the county'aforsatd;na
Monday the 22d day, of October next, at 10 o'clneki id`
the forenoon, -2
Therefore al, persons having suite pending; and aR.
persons whose duty it shall.be to appear et geld COotei
*rill take notice and govern themselv'ellaccordingli.
PETER F. LUUNO;Shnia
Sheriff's °flee. Oi•Migsburg,
18311. S - • ' • -
Pwactuat attenriance it demanded *oldie Am*
and Witatesses swounoned to attend this Goan. • •
Ir.NSOVA ENT DEBTORS.—THE subimribezia.
a have applied to the 'Judges of theCottif of
mon Bea% of Schuylkill county, for the benefit of its'
several Acts of Aisembly .passed t'or the reliefofirt.
solvent,Debtorsi& that the said Judges baveiPpOinted
bilonday the 29th'day ofOct. nett, at 10 o'cloclin ! Ole,
forenoon, at the Court House. in Onvigslittli for i
bearing ofusand Our creditors. when.and where tlarf
may atMaci if they ,tbink proper.
ILLIAM PHILLIPS.* •
JOHN BOWE.* •
JOHN HEN RICKS.
PETER DI LC AMP.*
WILUAM MYERS. •
GB, aoMcr ber would reipectivillyannnunesi
- the pUblic that he- hnn'. l , ,etnigitered ,- his
arrangnineinsi-fiir prOcaring.eastiojo,;.itrd;ihat ho
has - now on: hand twn ghee .
• .-COOKING--STOVE 8;";
which helvili.bebpppyto disposporibine 141, .
:Op* trireash‘ Hirwookl wish personalp*,
and *mine fbr.theinnilveir;" the ll .B k 6e l:o*
~ grivantaivis which belonir .toncnef - --$34nA
DeriKao tnatinfactured.• •••
ritlikarould aIM lnforth Ina friewditia*W;AWissi
tinnew‘Anat gilieral gliaculmugAii• -- •vs'l• - • • -
I rinakiital6';'' , l-- , -;
All Of Which in be;disposed-cititiiiip.fOr
.• • •
.GEORG.E RiMPittEtt 4. :
Pottsville, 5C0.22;4838: "
A ziGELL, , S series of School:
iteived and Icir - aale by ..0-Alt•-'
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&ram ber 26,'1838:
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