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and flenradla enarysponst". Fruit/Jar
4kas Office at thaloweisteli swiceTht.
'Whig Dancenstie Alreettioir.
liteitiii* or the iiPiends
'Joseph Miner is - requested at •
a r /Eventitir, OCR. Std.
A. punCtual attentanee nii
cessarylii).allopt measures to
carry out the triumph alrea
dy so glokibuidy commenced
throughout the State.
pt' We particularly invite the 'atten
tion of our s 'readers to the' Report of
the committee that visited Huntingdon,
which will be found in to•day's paper.
During the recent visit of the Editor of
this Journal to Huntingdon, all doubts
were quieted as to tit? result of Or ap
proaching election. *hit We had hoped
and deduced from calculation, is 'now ren
dered matter of certainty. Never were
there such cheering prospects, 'aiseh 'confi
dence-of success, such unanimity of
ion as now every wheie prevails. The
friends of Joseph Ritner are a mbying, con.
eiliated mass, strong in nurritiehs, strong
in principles, strong in their purity of in
tention. In Huntingdon county, the Om
jority for our Democratic Gtiverniar Will
be at the least 1300, that can be claimedfor
from the perbianent residents bribe-coun
ty. Our friends tell ui that political feel
big on the line of canal is very nearly di
vided, there are nearly as many Porter as
Ritner men, and they do not claim any ad
vantage, resulting frqm the influence of the
In the other counties through which Jive
passed, the right feelingly a Wake. The
friends of democracy kre, sensibly alive to
the importance of the °Oldest, and are de
lerrnined to go evSely honhs't lenkth to se
cure the re-election of Joseph Ritner.—
It requires nothing more that a common
share of pridence, caution and perseve
rance to effect this-dent-able end, by &large
and overwhelming majority.
As it has been asserted that the edittir
of this paper when at%Huntingdon as one
of the_ CoTnmittee to investigate the char
ges against David R. Porter, made an ad
mission that they Itad failed to estab
lish their proof in the Chat of the C 011).
monwealth vs. Campbea, he wirold caN
attention to the following correspondence.
He would likeWitie aytte that this same as
'sertigin was embodied in a min wfiitsh pas
sed between the endpiittee while in Hun
tingdori, wasrobjected to as groundless, and
'stricken out by one of that, committe
friendly to Mr. Porter. How far it may
be honorable, gentlemanly er correct to
'revive the assertion in their subsequent
'report, it is not forshim to'judge, thcte . '"
'appears a. wide discrepancy beittreen the
moral code of those gentlemen and him
In our report and in all private contme-
Mention in Yelstion to our mission,. we
'have endeavored to act with the jots e
of gentlemen, and the candor which should
'characterize those seeking for- the truth;
but we regret to say those efforts have been
-met by. imdictive personalities, low abuse.
'and discourteous -accusations. We haze
however performed our duty to the public,
hndere-uowilling to demean, ourselves to
a parity - with those who have perverted
argument by abuse, end substituted pre
lraricating assertions for the broad, unim
peachable truths, which it was in their
power to obtain, but to arrive at which they
never made even modernte-exertions.
It is hoped the following letter and
reply will settle the question at ;lime, and
convince our Mends that the littlenr ;11'
our opponents in using a doribtful or diotat
ted remark, and the tenacity .witlt - wSich
they cling to straws to support their sink
ing cause, is a sure evidence of their want
or proof to substentistri the paltry subter
fuge they have eaNd their. Report.
- A„ Room. Ran. !
J Dear Rir—As ton were preeint in the
Deamdees Mice in • FlUntinEdon. at the time it
iialledired that 1 alionlii have acimowleared that
the charge (Commonwealth ini. R. Ca motel!) had
not.. sustained , will you therefore be *a*
ed to" te whether yoti heard me make boat ■n
!elk ledirment. - or whether any inch sawmi
ll= made in your presenee.
Restieetfulle yours. Ace.
DErSJAMIN DANN AN.
D., lissome. Eat;
Dear Sir—l havoltitt received your cote
of this date, in which yoo ash me to state whetb
hy yen schnowledeed that the Charger rehttinsr to
the Commonwealth es. lioheri Campbell had not
Wen sustained. I state, positively that !Ad not
hear you make any such welmerirleageumt• nor
to 11 believe you mould have made such tamed.
idgusent`withoot my berating it.
I am very respeetiollv yours &e. • •
- OUR COUNTY ELECTIONEL
The election for Inspectors was not gen
erally made a test questionin our several
districts, but every where iwtion it was so
made, the vomit has exceeded our meet
angoine expectations. If the friends of
Winer will but eerie forward on the day
of election in their strength, and be careful
not to be deceived by the . arti and chicanery
Of the Porter party, their majorityin our
county wilrbe so reduced, as to give most
deuvincing proof of the changes in favOr
Moor Farmer Goserao: r
14. : •
dad thoudefence tip ootirea4 TILL
/own Rtistni t ja le, tothdithafjer
Governor:. a man who having Wen tkieq•
has been 6aundu Error ind antx,ProngiliNg
friend of his native whop tutu
held the office of Slimier io our..Hcaket of .
Regmentatives-..0n0 who on otpny 4 acca'
sion.i has reAnttitl bits and intriifu.WiT
motions for the good of Biate! ! -rohis
who has an understinding capnble of en
largesitiewit, honesty not Id Perirert them.
and speech to' proclaim then' to the World
—one who having passedthe intermediate
grades of Legislator. and BRettker, has
graduillyhttained the reivaid of tbelphe\r
natorial Chiir, not .. for his subserviency to
party, but as the tribute to bin worth and
talent—One who having attained that em
inence has broken the ofsubeer,vien
cy by which our Slate kits been fetterid
to the General Goveridnent, and diseii
throned it from the more *bap despotic
yoke of Van Buren: and one who if re
elected, Win continue as beide begiiii,*the
friend of ST•TE Rtinrrs,BTals litrasivw-
KENTS and a CORitliCr CuttitencYl
David R. Porter is the person we have
to contend with: a man who haviq been
tried his been totiml die tool 'air d'Clieittare
of the Executive Government; one wkici,
has never madv_ a speech in the halls of
our State Legudaturep who has never re ,
ceiv from hid associates in *office any
publ cproof of Confidence or esteem; who
has never advanced a motion for the in
terest's bfrennsylvamiti; one 'chair he his
kay littarietitent as, yet undeveloped, has
not the moral firmness to keep it unpollu.
ted, or that integrity of mind which should
be the politicians proudest boast; ode who
has been the hanger on of a party for
years, fed from its boupt,y, and pampered
with its smiles, looked open ai a teal and
'conveniently kept till wanted, had when
Martin Van Buren wants to try his last
desirategarlie, to:regain iirimebsion of our
State, is singled out as a man equally des
perate to be palmed upon our .State as its
1 Governor. The unknown, the unheard
' of, unthought of David B. Porter, is nom
inated by Martin Vao Buren as your Gay
ernorl He isle limn, who ffelectird, will
In one particular be most eminently dis
lingtifatied, as a Cringing, servile, polluted
'toot at tie Government; one who will sell
the birth right of his native State . for the
mess of ,pottage which Van Buren *ill
offer for his acceptance. /n Anti, he Is one
who if elected, will prime himself an ene
my to Pennsylvania, the friend of a CON
SOLIDATED GOVERNMENT, of INCREASED
EEECIITIVE PATRONAGE, and of the INPA-
Mous Su B-TREASCRIC Bill.
Pirtavirle, Oct.2d, IEI3B.
Patine Oet. Ink
Wxt.iist C. LikiiSiksivik is our candi
date for Congress; a man whine
and private character may be proudly
proclaimed without reproach or blemish;
or a family whose signature is attached to
our, Declaration • of Independence; of, the
snake blood*. Chancellor and Edward Liv.
intsto4iii4d one Wilda olteee hip never
been 'found btit as the Unwavering friend
of his country, and the promoter of its
prosperity; one who knows intimately the
counties of Lehigh and Schuylkill; • who.
has the talent to advance their interests, ,
the moral firmness not to. be seduced rrom
his duty by the specious flatterers of pow.
er, or the deceitful blandishments of Van
Burenism: one who is opposed immorea
bly and honestly - to the Sub.treasury Bill;
who Understands it, who will resist it, and,
One whose talents will add. to the-reptita
lion of our country in the Cantrell of the
Peter Newhard is his opponent; arrant
who was publicly backed out of his party
last year, but taken up again at the present
election to the surprise of all, and -by
means mysteriously doubtful; means Which
all condemp eteept thel villa party who
hope to make him. their dialing tooli one
whe has ever proved binaidt ignorant in
the eitredie of tine interests of Schuylkill
Caunty„and who has neither talents, elo
queries or firmness to recommend him—
one who stands pledged in writing to sup.
port - tbe , Sub.'treasury Bill; a political
friend of Vac Buren, end pee who it on
fortiiiiitdy elected, Cad add nothing to the
dignity of our §tate and tete welfare of
Dr. (Manuals N. Emitter if our ea -.
date for the Legislature; d. titan of' 'tooth:Lai
integrity; wham political and statiatiad
knowledge of our county eminently qtiali
fiestim ai our representative; whose tal•
ents; industry and eloquence can give
Schuylkill a speaking inifseace in oar
State Councils; and one whose .election
wilt secure to' the Coal region a firm, tal
ented and perlevertrig advocate.
William *rawer is his opponent, a
geintan ff,lit,iwtiiT i lur county, rei
fied . 'ind,NlWentitakbt ; iitd of strict
integrity andilbaimaT.7i.listiixmi,,_who em;„
neatly unqila it'd} both •by iodination and
,habita i ta.tekestait par !minty—one who'
while: be may b respeded in private life,
cannot, as hut friendtalt admit, add either
dirty , er infhienee-to.!Schuylkill County
in her representative ire proud
of hi* as at litiaear, spa shouldaditret a
part / from 'political fitelimpi to m eek
transferred to a; sphere ashore** u tility .
will be pandined, wher e fie; hiaiself
must fiat hectiado**o4' .
Of our other insitatritei that . . oppo.
nents we mithtdiiiiedfifilltietamlitilit,z_l f
in every install/is ahovilibeinsperiori
oueticket: Many on the
are brewling soulless , who .60 Detb
beak* the country et th‘.eleetkie,-et.
1 • Mlit . "
...., . .
'AM Pt It Up.llopdli,-the mem of Wit oWe
Cataly - diepriOnetely
we iappori the Porterlieket—okthp icor&
9/ ton -. of integritY, 'stow to OUT
State, end welfare Its tin cotinty Can
we go to** Rolls and iOte fur Totter.,
Newhard, tllstil Not hot Bid t ime the,
other, x hiO: leinit,ht the tioket .t heededhy
Ribia'4llo7 *jell Aleegaelieeet
integrity, patriodinp tied ela hence com
bine to form a galaxy of talent which we
unhesitatingly pronounce toles the, bright
est ever offered •for our, Support.
.‘ $404 - 1 1 nEt 4
'Trireme/mat Gathenbie of the Peeper.
Oa Saturday last our Borough was
witness to one of the most cheerlig scenes
it has been our happiness 1p behold: Not
withatanding,Abc,reiti RA in toiefts ill the
morning, hrid held up only aboutitoonolle
frienda'of ',thirst and DEMOCRACY came
pouring into the mce 'ng. Several four
horse teams, and otb vehicles bearing
approprukte banners, and crammed with
oar holiest, inirdifit era dices into town,
and from the cone rei amemblit4, there
is no doubt, that had the weather proved
favorable, theie wouhl - ba'aie beiln,npriards
ofil000„on the groittid. ' keit:wait, nearly
600 perfume met to join the general shout
of Riesmia, DEMOCRACY AND No Sum.
TRRASIIRYI The meeting was addressed
by our candidate for Congress, COL. WAL
TER C. lavtriesTou in a-strain of eloqtteot
truth, whieh encheoted heatiirs, and
gave promise of what we might expect
from him in the Halls of Congress. Col.
L. modestly stated his sentiments on the
all engrossing politieal topics- of the day,
and promised us in the event of bu election
an honest representatioa °Tour thtersts.
William Audenreid Esq. the chairman
of the meeting, delivered addresses both
in the English and German langhages, G.
W. Farquhar mostlecid and tal
ented inainei,gave an exposition of the'
'sub-treasury sc hema—and the niter want
of political honesty which characterises the
government of Martin V-an Buren. The
Report of Mr. Reuel from the commkte l ir
sent tb Huiitfitidon to investigate the
truth, of the valious . aarges agaig l it David
R. Porter, was of suck a chrieter as to
carry conviction to any Montt man„ and
no one who heard the' details therein ex
hibitediCan doubt their troth, unless they'
ire wilf4lly deaf to the voice of candid in
quirY ind laborious investigition,
Mr. Chapman and miler gentlemen ad
dressed the meeting with great e ff ect, and
the resolutions repottdd 1. W. Cum.
ming • Esq. did great credit to thebead
and heart of thatgentleman. Alter the
addresses were over', which occqpied all
the aiiernoon until silo down, some of
tholie who remained on the ground until
that lite hour, formed a procession through
the streets of our Boroogh; preceded by a
Band Musii, , and beerint aloft. i .the
proid Baener Ltentostoz,
Ectasajr and flasiocaaci.
, The utmost enthusiasm prevailed through
our Borough ; the numbers, the respecta
bility and the spirit of the meeting, struck
terror and dismay to the officeholders and
'loco focos of pur Borough! Tbeir t faces
were pale With apprehension; attbotigh
they tried to look unllisturbeil ao!l_calm.
Joseph Roger Aim hpiJ Vie liqinor of the
largestOath:at steeling ever held in
Schuylkill county ; a meeting not of inter
ested political pertinent,. stivaiming him for
their private-aggrandizement, but of those
who with feelings of patriots, of democrats
and of men are determine() to exalt
Went, in prelerenento iiiitiecility ohnind,
virtue before detected vice, and the best
interests of our eountry,,liefore the politi
cal panders of a balm, detadel and cot
rupt execntive t One wenk [otitis; add the
Voice of Schuyikil will have spoken In
tope,. io loud, that the guilty • faction of
Which David R. • Porter is the "toot, will ,
shrink agpslll4 and Toted. The base
minions of M imi t tan Aurae will find, that
as honest men, we can form honest °pin,
ions, and as freemen, support those opin
ions at the ballot boxes.
&rev/Fell to Porterishil '
I'u LAST !HELL Hag =So
The People kape risen in their iiinjetty ,
—our Swells Free front Van Borodino,*
and Joseph Rimer Re-elected Governor.
The Democratic Whigs, ivive gained
miff tOwnshift they claimed. ell they con
sidered doubtful, end dozens upon dozens
that they never dreimed of ! Huntingdon
Boiough hie disowned her worthless ion,
Philadelphia County is with us, and from
every part ofthe state ;be rill peen i of
Victory ezchiinui Rejoice i epics ! f Re:
joice l t t
Nether Providence , and Chester town
ships in Delaware county lave given the
Ogg hildirlslo lalliotilful !either bowie"
ever been eluvial before in a amanita!'
Geirnaotowo pie 1411 totiority for this
, - Oxford ' . :41 do
I' Blockiet , y --,30 -i, ao - - •
'fork sto Blitougla • bailteint. At' ent s9.l iti **tit
helot* ikierik,by the lisittlisiottr losjori
of 47 '' • • .
Out of innate= ilisfriai Daaphia
we had carried "idle°, In Stlegeehab•
DO, th4*es tinkled 'a
inejority: lifty, and:Op to the hour of
election offired'te,bett anbnnut on tsitiTY
ingtheirlatiotteteny the party bed
- majority:OW itd . eaniive 30 mote at
the Idft.. In' berg tAtArtiohip the Itit4
tiia isiiiitor bad 107 etaktritN
".11(e bastento inkorna yt rata
bait *4,l*)&llsl,= ens of
their awing they would al.
low the laws to prevail. The nig of lie
fence to prevent an 41leetiimplis .a.dmniry
evidence of their - wean:min.& We are low
certain of envying ourpoudtt
Ta C414154#04 sod rerg;, Cando'
far as beird from all is right,for the whip
In Cumberland co. East Peonsboroug '
and New Cu mberland have given band .
some Rimer nipritiea. .
s lnlberry co. New burgle electe4 their"
Roner lospecto . r. .
In Juniata Co. Lewiston winch last:
year gave a loco majority of near 60, haw
N I T year elected a Ititrier iteressor by a ,
majority of 12 i The Porterites were sot
certain of cirryinr this district by illegal
rota, thatibey bad prepared a trimparen=
ov! Poor souls they could 'opt tom it.
Iota( out for the Diskosest trials of
The Porterites have taken a lesson from
their . , teitiwr, and will Mitt at nothing to
deceive people. They are biassing as
much its if they were certain of victory
when already they have given every thing
tiP (sir Jost end s are gely putting a good
face on th.emrtiur till the last to please
/I . (artinYaii,,Buten Rad kis satellites, who
here sent their thousands among us to
ha, bet Qthe election. If one tenth of
the neyAbet by the Loco focus in our
Borough belonged to themsell;es, their
faces would look all long, and no wide, ,
and we should see nothing of that con-
Virainia grin, undvr , which Alley . try . to
conceal their mortification, route and de.
lren eiteadid Wed fins tectiesl—Gen. G. M
Kelm as we learn said last Thursday evening at
p political meeting,in Reading that Martin Van
Buren and the Ge;yernment at Washington
"would compel this,State to annul the charter of
Vie United Amine Bank of Pennsylvania, and to
pay back the banns received trom it, end Atilt,'
they did not, the mime power wolild be resorted
to, as in the Revolutionary war s the point of the
AssAneti Think of this voters of the Kul Stone
State bear bow the prom.of the most curropt
administration diet every ;Berated the alma of
Contry, dem speak of freemen in the preientil
of Beanies! Bat how is this blustering to be
avoidern by a supple remedy, SOW*, citizens,
opposing your vita to their threats! .When Jo
keph Ritner is reelected, when Martin Van Buren
is sent into prig*. life *gain, despised and boots
ed at, when a good and righteous successor shall
have the Sub Trnasnry i ender his heel, then end
not till then can en honest freeman, dare to ex.
press an honest sentiment, without making him
self the mark of vituperation, the target for ev ;
ery sheik of ealuiney, and the hunted down en
em o f the thrice accursed executive
Will not the loco face party publish dome of
Peter Negating's yea and nay:speechest , . They
will show his deep penetration Istid oratorical ac
umen. 9r give us the resoll of the celebrated
bill whielt.he advocated, by his silence, the elect
of which was to carry the waters of the Lehigh
into the Delaware!
Amendment s is the k n ee
heretotore refrained from noticing dm amend.
onents to our Constitution, end we do wet now re.
vent to them for the purpose of expressing anj
opinion on them. They have by the provisions
of the law been so extensively circulated through
out the state, that it would be dictating to deb
good senses& sew citizens were we to express so
opinion on iliar merits or demerits. It is cred
itable to the • prew end oar voters that fltbough
plrly,rirulence ten biiih it its height'kuring the
present election, kill - the Constitution Iles been'uo
way mixed op with polititel discussion. There
is sota *isms In our state *ho has net read the
proposed amendments, and every one mast Rein
his own opinion and give his vote accordingly-
It is a subject of numb moment: the seared had;
taints of our country should lfe Oluebed With del
icsay.. They ire the term- ofobr fathers and
as such should be venerated and respected. It
is true that time and chimney call for anted•
wents and , alteration, but tat us be careful that
we do not alter Without amending. and that in
attempting to improve the architecture of the
10.0 0 w e de,Pot 44strioy its harinony of proplir
ti*sitd minas of appearance.'
Coots up to the hark Porter
You who boast ocamting from IWO
to IWO majordj in Schuylkill county.
. areautriped to offer the following
• . I.
That 'Porter wilt not tOO majority in
Schuylkill county. ,
That be will ten have2oo.
'that be will not haae3oo.
That be will not limo tam
b e will ag e riaw• abo:
That be sill sot-Uwe 666:
That ha will `not haws 700.
:Vow aa will not beeellClO.,
-411010,. . -
' Ttiat blase witr bive s mitwiti at
1110.11101,11 to ttf tat 1101111116.1 kt.
IN:honest Candidate Party,
For: Oesernor:—David -R. Porter.
For Cortgresr.Peter -Newhard._
For Amotbly:—Williani Mortimer.
- For Coroaer:—Nathaniel J. Mille, Jno. Snyder.
For Comorissiosero.--Edward Connor, for 3
years. Benjamin Lantru, for I year..
Director of the poorr—Daniel Bartolet.
For• Anditors:,-Peter Kota, for 3 years. Ed
ward Bontringer. 2 years.
For Traatee&—John M. Bickle, Joseph
REVIEW OF ,T.ttf. MARKET.
• •• ' . Pottsville Or taller 3. ISM
WHEAT FLOUR. by the load was worth on Fri.
diVia2S. . -
HEAT lis per pusheli demand..l
Mali FLOUR 250 per cwt. in demand. • • .
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 2 50 per cwt r in demand
RYE. by the load '95 cents by the bushel—ready
RYE - CHOP 115-nents per bushel In demand.
OATS 52 cents-eready sale. • . .•
POTATOES slllle • cents per bushel in deatand.
CORN-90 cents per bushel in demand.
CLOVER SEED-419 DO per bushel.
TIMOTHY SEED-42 50 ter buithel. .
VLAXSLED-11140 per bushel in demand.
WHISKEY-43 cents per sauna. .
BUTTER—ID cents pert pound—in Kegs 17 cents
EGGS-13 cents per dozen.
LA RO-.-11 csarts per pound.
TALLOW— lOcents per pound.
HAMS LSI cents per Rotted. • . •
CQRN CHOP 85 cents per bushe l Ind emend.
lACON-13 cents per pound. •
EESWA X-20 cents per pound.
FE ATITERS-62 cents per pound. '
COMMON WOOL-40 cents per pound ,
MACKEREL. by.the bbl. No 1.11900 No 2,111
SALT-3 50 per bb1475 per bushel
PLASTER .11 wortb.7 00 per ton.
HAY 11,1,2 . per ton:, >.k„,
no the I/thof S e • b e t ween p ats .
villa and New. Castle, at Bull' hies, I Sad
dle with 2 different stirrups. person who
roil return the earns at Mr. • e Dougherty,
Port Girton, or at Mr. Win. Mortii..er's Potts
ville, will receive a reasonable reward.
JAMES PALMER, Tosearoryt.
Oct. 3,1838. - 77-3•
WIROPORALS will be received at the Office of
John Franklin, Req. tn: Tamaqua ; by the
Subscribers. until Wednesday the 10th of October
next, at 12 o'clock, M. for the grading and
Masonry.pf about half a mile,ef Rail RoatFin the
BorougherTamatioa. Specifications and Profiles
of the work may be seen atothe paid otpar miler
Wednesday nest. the 3d of October. Also at the
same time, Proposals will be received for laying
the Rail. and Repairing or Relmiltling the bridge
acmes the. tiUle Schuylkill. over *bleb the Road
SAMUEL LAIRD & ,co.
Tanisqle. Oct. 3. 77-3.
WOMB is hereby given, that the Butwerifier,
411 appointed by the Court of Camiguin) fleas of
Schuylkill County, to distriliotelthis. wisetraior
PrVellgia. ariaisag..frein this SilitriMa Bales of the
real estate of George Rahn. wilt attend for that
porpoise at his Ace. in the Borough of Cruise:
barg.on Monday, the-15th day of October ner.L.
CHARLES WLTM AN.
• lirwigebirg,Sept.l9, 76-41
NOTICE is herebyirieern that the partnerehiti
heretofore existing-between tbeffilubietibera,
adder the firm of Prior & Griffiths, was tfieWilveof
on the 27th of September 1838, by mritual:ede6
)- 4 9 • tiVillp CSIFF,ITFE.
Minersvifie, Sept. 29, 76.-311
VIVr 11E2p/A 'Stray Cow earns to Iry enclo.
v tire" in Job, last. being a Chesnut Biwa
iniddling-eWee„ front to 10 . yesesmiage, int,*
same.kaving broad* advertised and no owner
embalm ?untie notice IN . hereby gine: that 1
shall sell said cow at pantie locums orrtlatorda*
October 12th 111139, - fiir the hetielkOf erhouritinay
townaltili;ll4t. 29, . 74r
Ott/At .ailim 6 B air youtvehm.tbsander:
• solid respectfully Worm Inkfraside
and trot plias is sit that Wilms embodied*
tali hirßd s =esaial asiortsuist of the latest is 4
most approved Fob& of Coal at* Wood,
dist me to bolo' tho Plitailopthiifialtil a
laiga ttaunitl bo l o'
1 4 ifs,SisistiOas waif. CaP•
gpie tui. Tta moo; is good aid as olmap as au
be boughtvay orissio . do. •
All Maio of, worli Mellor boor to wt.
-tor stlitselsidiod bake:"
I Fii." - si -
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.' A Miurii:miti t_riiii.-u;magallotet., a
-.s"ltihsmika.wint•sisboilikw ,-- Vb. raw
pa beasiit the Pasessyliatialiall. Appirto
• ' - LAMER, Watch Wan
IL ilr; IVloss she for Age In Asii *
Pilo ' :dillies itsts IliumOrdi
• . 1110.111:011V - ' ' 7.5.."41.
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'" - ,',.t' . :: ..;"".'1" - .."?' ........ I **lpilibe' ' - -- - .;! ,> "" -4 .f":'''' ' :•= -- -iffT 4 i . " 1. " . l ' '
IS hefitly" "given .thatqlie . ",
mood -- 1 :
^Etecatorftari Adziligetnitors•bars.,.. . Iliedi 4 ,
-M , .
secoeUe tier:* ottlialisalit, e" 44 '
IdeLlPied7:l l dOEthitthensioll&eitti leiiynt. ' •
saute" theOrphana' Coartof 'Schuylkill lweist)fol:i . '- :
to be:'heitirrOrwigstionri m and for said CNN* 4' -
ea Mondeftlie led day off/mobs, LB3Bi far it*"..,;P
firiiiatitin.'" ..^ • • , '.. ',„:- . .)', - . 4, --' 1 ,1',.. -.
I..Tb• Acciount "if flap Biosaii,lAdinkalY'''.
,tratar.of, the Estate of Coand Bateetumlitivet 1."
I ManheintVirerwiliiY.deceauteeL _ , .
.-, ~,-;,:,:: ; -1-;;; , - ; ,, : - .
fh, -The Accouter Attletlea 5101 • 1441111141111 ''' --
h aslet mite, Estate of DoirethY Hartahl 1 #0 . .1- - ';' - : -
bianbeim`TowitskiP. defeated.. • - "-' -- - „ t' . • - "'
3. The &Mod- , Acceeint . 44 .- 10limer ,4 Y•s:
Executor of the Nat t Will s idid""Testillf.i.• -'
Gorge Enamel late of Ermultjek s 4 .Teusklip. , „
deosued. t , - '..
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';.. , ';T.: -- -;'".
4. The AcoMmtuf AbrabassoMblifflA s itirallf-•
istnitor of the Estate of Daniel AlbriallAilds4 •
Weil 'Brunswick Townaltin l ideestankt -1-r*:„; , ..i.,.
JACOB '11410111114,',Cr.i" - -
• '-' • - •"-%, 1-. '''',„l , " " `•;,l 4 risiliasi.".' .-
-Orwlylc4. Sept.th 183 k. 7 . -',;,... , ` , 171 - 714 4 1 - In,.
4 MOS LEWIS, Besperdfullp
ftien&ind the public generally. &it he kenc •
received - A general ansorunent
Winter Goodkamong Which. are• ' .
Superfine Cloths and Sattinetts.*Gnidellip.:
Merino, Eaglieh and French do. Imitrisig Gm.
de Swills. Fault de Soi. Oro de Nap and Seeekete
Silks, Foreign and Domestic prints, Black Bane.
basine,Topirline, Menai, Shawl. &11bkkfi;Tlif. -
bet, Salt and Caton. flhdkfa. Jaocinet; Carotid*:
Barred Muslin. Botiiiiet,Bisbnp Lawn,
lin. Swiss and India Mull Edgings. Itisittingni.
Quilling, &c. Makin Kid, Silk, Catton.'Woolen.
Buckskin and Berlin Gloves, Mohair. Silk, Lambs
Wurated,.Cotton and Woolen Stockine, -
Silk hid Coltixt Velvet. Veltinga, Flanehi; Belch _
teen..Enstimin; GenciA. Cord, Washington Jour.
Brown and Blached Muslin.. Linen '
Drillings, Bird Eye, Linen and Cotton DiaPere,..
Apron and Furniture Check 10.4;41:41.
-and 12.4, Road Blankets. Silk Flag , and. Pongee ,
flhdkfs. Black Italian:Cra t t, Satin iind BiMbit•
tine Stocks; Collars, um, - Gum - Ehistils;
Worsted and Cotton Suspenders, Silk and Catlett
' SoiMender, Silk -iind Cotton 'Umbrellas,. Lentil
woo) Shirts, Pic. &n. All of which )01 . -
at the lowest prices. •
Pottsville, Sept. 29,1838.
/FRE Register of Schuylkill': County beiiiii
m.'•grantekintters of administration of the estate
of George Lions, late of Pe* Carbon. &Oa .
to the Subscribes, they' hereby PP ti fit.o '-4
ems indebted to the said rotate to mike. paymee
met all nemesia hating damns against the
to prevent them, duly suthentietted, at-Ikea*
scribers for Statement, without delay. .-- --,, ..:(.•
, • 'ARE LYON * * .....
RUGH KuisLlM': l .;.
Roth ireskihig in Port Carbon, Schttylkilitaideti,
1 Sept. 26,1838, 75-4 t• •
arrangnn..„ Ag rigs. ,
has now on hand,two:siaesnf his superior ,
4 COOKING—STOVES, •
Which be w Mho happy to dispose of at the . '
prices for sash. lie would wish persona to _call
and examine for themselves, is these Stoves pos. '
saws advantages which belong JAMS - WWI=
imitator' manufactured. . e•-•
Hs would air inform his friends thsi ltii con. •
lining to lehp t general assortment of. ` = -
Stoiiee Tinware. '
Copper-ware, I pie; 4.e. - 4vr •
All of which will be disposed of chap toi..`eisb.
• . SEORGE H. STICHTER. • ! •
rottaville,iept, 18:;*1. 74-two •
hilt; Court of Common Pkas
kill Countg. ..- r ....' •
. . .
'E, altimeter of Lis Estate of Chagas Frei/4414
_ - . _WHEREAS John Iliebelk: 'magma
of Marko greasy. Eiii; : .4101,14 , 4he
N - 3d :slay 'of August, One A'holmand.
. -.---... . , Eight Hutdred and Thirty-Eight; „.
, ~ .. Ale in , the office Of the rrokluimitur
of 'the Court - of Common Pleas for the - COnity of
Sehnylkill, a statement of all concerns Glib. saki -
Estate. - .i
NOTICE as hereby given to the. credittsta4 - .
the said Charles Frailey, Esq. and all othemin..'
'- s tirested in the said Estate, that - the Ifor4raide
tbe,Jodges of theCotirt l ef.CommonlienenGe,
t sAid, have,appointed Mondaythe92Cdaf iefOot.
tuber; 1838. at 10 o'clock, A'. M. at the, : Court
Boom in the Borough of Prwigshorg.:l6r the
[ hearing of the same, and forshewmg canes[ wlot
the ield *cermet ought not to be allowed, -fM
In- default thereof, the samet ill be. eonfireied. -
" , VWittiesi the littnoreble • win imiik4..l*.t.
c . sotit or our said .Court .a Oreriviherg, tlidilltis
:day efficramber, A.. D. 8319. i , .
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„ ‘Protkogiatidr; .•'
-brulgaborg. fleet, 13. . . , ,I' ~TA.
, . - ,-,...,_
Ahaireapplied to the Jodgas . oftheCositeifCelel
lienytessef Schuylkill toasty .for thebleellitetthe
Several Acted AsseeMy ,passod Blithe relief ef laJ
i k geger tistabit.& thattbillaid hips hava d zetined
Monday tkallildt day efOeteriltuat 10 V in tbe
Ihressownt the Coot Houis..inOteriapehavg. Orr Asti
lisirieg - efes eed our creditors. whoa amitidiste OW
testeneetifrsk manor. - -- ,- • -
-.- In ':"-- •WLLLIAM PHILLIPB.•.. '''.• ~:.
• ."---. JOHN. THOMAS.* - : -.4. '-'7 l , •
41311. N BOWE! Ps t ,
..'.. ..:,.. ---.-AsitAHAM LEVA3I,•.:'.. - .;.i::..., : :;p i l
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wILLIAM:GORICIAII,' , 4* . r. ,- i
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