The miners' journal. (Pottsville, Pa.) 1830-1837, July 02, 1836, Image 2

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    ' - POT
kmdtals of every
Ace. at aelawest
ETW• Are no ,
bills up to the fir
to receive a visit
se 4 s I bted
the first`'No.:.
will not be is
"iBth inst.
Great Intros
by the
• We.refer
of our paper
recent expe l
the steamboa
umphant silo
over every o
strated. Sit
ele referred
the:liew Yo
two of the pt
den, Esq. at
©gtiro sucees ,
ing of this ei
Enquirer sal
e of Anthracite Cool:
ur readers to the first page
bran article in relation to the'
iment of Dr, Nott, in
Novelty, by which the tri
tntages 'of Anthracite Coal
ter species 'of fuel for steam
ye been 'completely cIeMQI3-
4 the publication of the arti - -
•, a "Card:' has appeared in
!k papers, signed by twenty
ssengcrs, with David B. Og
their head, confirming the
sof the experiment. Speak-
Lrd, the New York Cpurier &
, s—' We invite public Eaten.
announcing to the world an c
o the _people of the U. States,
a prove only second in Inver
' grand discovery of Fulton
steam boat wood has advanced
per cent. in New York from
:es, and the demand is so great
v years the supply must have
ther—in adverting to which
tame paper says "it may there
v said that Fulton first applied
loam to Beats--Nott has per
• -
Lion tp it as
tent which,
r is de:l-tined
tailed . to thi
_ himself."
et least 300
original pri
.• • that in a fe
failed altog
subject the
fore be tru
the dee of
petuated it
• t ruEvery ter
igeble river,
influence of
every Tan
• te i d by it in
tined to ha
price' or etei
folliSwed the,
the: Wood o
Through th
- greet desid
between t
ly Blow an
wood or B'
-13 f difficult,
- • to Lirerpx
ally and fel
further re'
but feel a
from Main
and its w
• benefactor
on or the Union that boasts or a nay.
nit sooner or later, feel the direct
lia great discovery,while indirectly
the nation cannot fail to be benefit
onsequence of the influence it is des
e in preventing,.the advautc in the
m transpOrtation which must have
rapidly increasing consumption of
ur conntry. But this is not all.—
invention we at once arrive at the
alum pi a direct Steam Navigation
. Unid . States and Europe. The
ofAnchracite Coal is socom pa retire
: its bulk so nitch less than that of
ominous coal, tftat tha great and. on
in the way of a line of steam Packets
I may' now be considered as effectu
ever removed. We have not room for
arks on this important event to.dar;
ep conviction that it will be hailed;
Ito Louisiana as a National' blessing.
thor considered one of the greatest
of his country.
Learn flour Lmill of Messrs. Clem
rvin has been in operation about
of weeks, and the performance of
finery, we are happy to learn, ful
the expectations of the proprie
he engine is of 1.5 horse power,
Fs handsomely. The whole ma
-- the establishment is of home.
llfe.r, We except of course, some
tennis. . The engine was manu
in our own boroughcm the work
ose enterprising and skillful me:'
Messrs. Haywood & Sey der—and
t whether any thing 'superior to
imens of their workmanship can
ced in any part of our state. We
t their success in business may be
itsurate with their acknowledged
We believe the sphere of their
will be greatly enlkrged when
come known and appreciated be
s immediate neighborhood. There
r pair of ,stones convected with
1, two pair Df witich.only were run
on we last visited it. These stones
s, of French Manufacture, are of
est and best quality,•add produce
f.a corresponding kind. The mill
ble of grindingeone hundred bushels
at every 12 hEnrs. We
' - hail this
ablishment . tie taking the lead, in
factories among us—and also be
the whole is the result of domestic
and industry. ' We look forward,
or, to many similar triumphs of the
our borough. Nature has decreed
is shall ba a manufacturing place.
t must be obeyed. The means a
and sooner of. later they must be
into Relict. The estiblisbment in
ion has broke:tithe ground, prepared
yid other manufacturing enter-
s will undoubtedly soon follow. What 1
d hinder the immediate erection of
manufactories among us? Where
steam--the.graat and powerful agent;
applied with More facility and sue. I
than, in this re1,..t 7 ion?, With an inex- 1
title supply of the best fuel, at a price
w as to be almost beneath computation
ith an alreadyj dense and rapidly in
*ng • populatioe, comprising a large
rtion of women and children of the
ring classes, with a good steam engine
ufactory, with diechanicsand laborers
alt kinds, women and children without
.aber,—what, we again ask, should bin
,. .the erection of a cotton manufactory
a . .ng ust The iconsumption of cotton
g. .. in this region alone is already ire
_•nee, and is 1
i manse di 4
strict t back country would al
. . ire supplies ofvotten goods. The
me population bordering on the North
• est bran 'cis of the Susqehantiah,
•en'• be rend tributary for'our cotton
si• tores--t orransportation of which
• a
be facility ed by par rail 'toad and
- 1 I
• CO',
sea &
a couple
the inac.l'
ty equal.]
tots. !'.;
and wor
of the
shop of ;
wo dou
be p
hive ti
comm '
and tl
re fa
. the mi
or bu
o the fl
flour 4
is cap
of whl
arts i
- the
WINING, JULY 2, t 036.
busily engaged in making out
of July—and would be pleased
rom 'all those Who know them
•this establishment.
o the absence of the editor,
the semi-weekly Jeurnal
cd until Wednesday the
meat in Steam Navigation
canal c;celimunicaticsitiwiew .gri)ss or
-completed. And therie miter re,equal
ly appliable to woolen Mani The
truth is, that We only lent lOme inst . '-
gent and enterprising eapiteßitt, to turn
his attention to the extreordi*y advanta
ges held obit in this region, to lindute'hirn
at once teiembark in the undettaking- E
very day brings forth some new develop
meat of the advantages of *application
of steam to the rnanufiicturingt arts. But
our neighborhood alwofurrust es an abun
dance of water power, if thatiegent should
be preferred. We have numerous large
streams furnishing the necq.eary fill( for
mill seats. We have !the Seliuylkill and
its two branches, the -*est anfl West West
Branch, all Within a reasonable distance
of each other, and of tliie pleile. We have
Mill Creek emptying into the Schuylkill
at Tort Carbon, which furnikhes a number
of first.rate mill seats, together with Tum
bling Run, also a stream of; Some magni
tude, whose waters at, prese n t are collect
ed into reservoirs by the Navigation Com
pany—with several other ktrearns that
might be enumerated: Aenitedly the day
is not very distant . when ouy great resour
ces, natural and artificial, will be called in•
to requisition, when entergrise and indus
try—the acknowledged parents of prospe
rity—will achieve wonderii. among' us.
-The time will coma when e.lfhe wilderness
will blossom like the rose'l by the influ
ence ofigricultural arts, & *lien our manu
factories will not only be asphrifty, but as
numerous as those.. of Pftliburg, or even
some of the large manufactirring places of
The ensuing Anniversary of American;
Independence will he celebrated without{
much ostentation 'in our' borough. We
shall have neither proofiasions nor ore.;
tions. The Light Infant* , having taken
its departure yesterday fwf, Milton--some
of us will feel quite , deserfed. The Troop,
however, remains to cettsole us. We
shall have a couple of public dinners, how,
ever--one at the pennsyl*inia Hall, Imo.
ther at the National Hotel'} Pope, speak
ing of his friend at table, days:
"There St. John rrijngles,iix the friendly bowl,
-The feast of reason and titelilow of soul."
May our friends 4 like*rise—"soberly,"
as "4 Lady Grace - says-owe add temper
ately and wisely.
Fourth of July at ' ltarrisburg.—% a
learn from the Pennsylia Telegraph
that on the ensuing anniVilrsary of Ameri
can Independence, the prpsence of Gen.
William Henry Harrison the Hero of the
Thames, together'with the Hon. Francis
Granger, and several di' ;anguished mem
bers o Congress, are cv cc ted at Earl is
burg. ' i
The Surplus Rerenu4,4--- Upon the sup
position that $20;000,00:Ciwill be distribu
ted among the states, Pdphsylvania,accop
ding to this Billi will h 4 entitled to the
sum of two millions fOrity-one thousand
nine hundred dollars.
Frederick Vatt RauM4r, the celebrated
German Historian, is preparing an edition
of the Life of WashingtO, to be published
in German, at Leipsic.i
The steamboat Rob y, on her passe
from New Orleans to ' one
the flues collapied about; four miles.f
-Columbia,.and 17 persun's were either •
led and missing, it,nd it large number
"We ask if the rectiiaition, by law, of
the principle, of ilistribUting money torthe
States raised by the Fecteral Government,
be not a great ihnovtOn on our political
"Deposite Banks.: . 4 The Washington
Globe say We canbider it a fortunate
circumstance for the; administration, and
especially the Treasursi Department, that
the recent!' bilk regnl4ing the Deposit e
Banks, hasieconae a la* . !!' "
The foregoing furn 4es an admirable
specimen olconsistencs What reliance
can hereafter be placetlon any thing ema
nating front that soiree. To distribute
the surplini revenue .4n+ng, the statesis "a
great innoiation on mfr political institu
nous," while ,the re 44 a respect of bilk:ling
on to the cash, but 4h/. moment the bill
passes, then the AdmCnistration and the
Treasury ' Departmen ! are warmly con
gratulated,. But the c nsistency or incon
sistency, honesty orl 43 honesty, of the or•
gan of the administ mit e fra, on is of very little
i t d
importance, since presentatives have
done theit duty, and 1 spite of all the arts
of corrutitictn, wreic the public: purse
out of the iron grasp f_ the bloodshckers
of the Treasury. . i !
Frotn the Mobile ietironicle of June I.
Gent Samuel Houstbni commander-inichief of
thinTexian army, left pup Orleans to resume his
command in the armyituiTuesday last. Ile took
his postings on the Cesplan for Nachitoches; but
her-cylinder bead blee, tit on the following morn.
jag, without injury to thp passengers, willich will
probably det*in her several gays.
of his wo ds. tie
Tin t ii i General
had ammo entirely reet4preti
wilt invited by the aigeeesrat New Orlea nsto par.
take of a public dinner, *Who declined fib by pre.
aention any festive tleension, *ha* thelli bas a
single enemy 01 his Pdapted country within lid
limits. ' be Maxie* kovernment. not, discour.
aged Int s glisuccoZ (if their remits* chem.
pion in um p ' 4ng foravothenv . orpus
etiinpalgtt. Id that! vbnt, .Santa An4a, ill bo
shot, and the " Whole ; ktican army plt the
sword, and in Pll p , bility the whole sitn ire WI
come in a obi% of ' lege to Texas: Thousand,
of iroluntCere Will ti , Settle to the Minitiepas in
Texas, if they do ni*Pitpcat at the gites or the
great city of Mteiceri it*lll
t Fr ,
• I' '
Bill': ulatin the rubile De. 'tea and
proOding the distri f the Staritlekßev
emit, passed the Ho Representatives- on
ref:Bday night, by a vote' of 155 to 38. The a
mendments made to it .n concur
red in' by the Senate on Wednesday, with only
oni,cw two dissenting voices.
New York,
North Carolina
New Jersey,
, Maryland,
:;South Carolina,
Rhode Island,
New Hampshire,
Pennsylvania.—The following comprehensive
!and just notice of the condition, resources, and
prospects' of the "Key-stone-State" is extracted
from. an address recently delivered by Jt‘sit It.
BURDEN, Esq. one of our enlightened senators:
Her civil architecture stands pre-eminent—her
moral , architecture is a model for the world.—tier
civil code stands second to none—Her system of
criminal laws is unrivalled—Her medical integri
ty is without a blot—Her sons have on the wave
and in the battle field sustained the glory of the
American gag—and among the bravest of the
brave have exhibited Pennsylvania, without fear
and without reproach.
The physical advantages of otir territory are
unsurpassed by any salon which the sun Rhinos.
There is more wealth in the bowels of her earth,
than would bur any state in the, Union—the min
eral coal--the iron—the salt, are alone resources
for industry, which will place us on a level with
the mos(._prosperous nations. Our canals and
rail roads are testimonies of the wisdom, courage
and enterprise of our citizens--and our commer.
cial prosperity, great as it is is yet in.ita eaalicst
Among the thirty.eight names recorded as hay
mg voted against the Deposite Bill in the Housu
of Ropresentatives,—that Bill whitrh Ga s s. Jed?
sox has approved, but which MAATITI Vex &seri
wished to kill,—we observe Two from Pennsylva-
nia, namely Mr. ASH and Mr. BEAUMONT.—
Both of these men, we hesitate to say, have be.
trayed the interests and misrepresentee the
wishes of their constituents, verily they will have
their reward. There is no State in the Union
that has a deeper interest in the completion of her
various internal improvements, or that is burden
ed with so heavy debts as Pennsylvania, sad con.
sequenty no-state had stronger reasons for desk
ring the passage of this bill, and yet two out of
twenty-five of her representatives voted against
01114)111—or in other words, against giviag the
peosle their-own money Herald.
extract of a letter to the . editor isc the
united States Gazette, dated
Washington, Juno 28, 1836.
It is said that the president has stricken
frota The roll of the Navy, the name of
ShOrb - omo, the midshipman - who- killed
yoOng Key. The President will have
done right if he has done so; and he.would
do !better still, if he was to strike from the
rolls all those who, by excitin g Sherburne
to Oght, under the penalty of eing scout
ed-And branded as a coward, were the thief
cause of producing the calamitous issue of
thift duel.
From the Harrisburg Chronicle:
pi-oar.s Wmriva—The history of file favour.
no of the New York faction, this secret agent of
the Ler gue of Government Banks, is likely to be. I
cone public. One of t.he Washington papers
gibes a fac-simile of a. Bank note, ornamented with
a ;figure of KING GEORGE, and signed by
'Whitney, as President of the Kingston Bank. It
alko gives the followin_g history of that individual.
The letter of this New. York gentleman states
that Whitney was domiciled in Canada during-the
14te war that he took the oath of allegiance to
Great Britain, and acted during the war, or part of.
the war, as Commissary for the British army•
Such was the satisfaction given tq the Canadians
by the conduct of Whitney during the war, that
a short time after its conclusion a bank was esta
blished at Kingston, and, as if to reward him for
_his zeal in the British cause, ho was made prcsi.
dent. The sequel however shows, that he who is
a traitor to his country will be faithless in all the
relations of life.
The letter states that Whitney, our Presi.
dent ofthe bank, necessarily bad great control
over the funds of the institution. Makin; took
the notes of the bank and made large pusclaaaes of '
Sheep, land 4-0. and held them for a time, and sold
them; and getting; paid in other money, abscond
pd and fled to the United States. The people in
- Kingston, fired with :indignation at the vitla.ny of
(he man, erected a golloweind hung him in effi.
This is the man who controls the Dcposite
Banks. Such power, in such hands, is truly
formidable to the liberties ofthe people. It is a
monster more (build than apy which the people
invoked to destroy.
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• 163
The President has tligned the Bill
have been
Canals in the /failed Slates.—The Buffalo
Journal, from imperfect data. estimates the num
ber of miles finished canals in the United States
at 3,000, which are i:Letributed among the several
statists as follows: .
In Maine
Massachusetts and IL Island 45
Connecticut 58
New York 678
New York and Pennsylvania -36
New Jersey , 101
Petinsylnnta •
Delaware and Maryland 14 }
Maryland 10
Maryland and Pennsylvania 341
Ohio 511
Virginia • 30
• Virginia and N. Carolina • 22
Georgia '66
• Louisiana , 100
IC swears from s . letter pOished in The Globe
or yesterday, written. by Elias Boadinot, one of
the i ding nape of the 'Cherokee Natio n that
there iii no foundation for the reports of hostilities
on the part of those Isdisni,,and That the friends
Of the trot on - their - tetorit to their homes;
have 'been kindly Ageefred by ibe people.
os otnnox alns Hilitowr" sarlynx
Ea* on Monday morning lash our town' art la
thrown in an unusual commotion by a report that the
offiae.. of the Reporter was beset by a mob„ who tud
en pg in mortal combat with clubs, dirks, p . istols,
tlitnq repairing 'to the scene of action. It Mu:
found to ben.aquabble , between the owners of the es..
tablishmcnt. (MT. Wharton of Reading, and editbt
Pattersonj for possession. which, resulted. by the force,
of superior numbers a c rid the promise of a compromise
in favor.of Patterson.
On inquiry into the facts of the matter, we hid.
them to be u follows Me Wharton was the, ow*
of the'State Jounial establishment, conducted koi
Cmbb & Barrett. which at the lam Union and Hume.
ny Convention, was united with the. Reporter. ill,.
Wharton becoming an equal joint stock 'partner of the
same. The contract was made for three Tears. but
Patterson, desirous of being the sole editor and pro
prietor of the concern. in the Reporter of last wttek.
took the liberty to publish a dissolutron of the co-parte
124 1 m11 4" n d "nonneed hitnstelf as thesole editor and'
proprietor, without • the knowledge and liberty of
Wharton. The paper containing this.not ice reached'
Binding on Saturday evening. On Sunday evening
Wharton, with two other gentlemen, arrived herMand
on Monday morning, after taking counsel, they enter
ed the Reporter othee--proclaimed Wham-till tight
and ownership to the establiahment,tp the workmen,
and ordered :Patter -stark to retire and give peaceable
possession, which the latter refusing to do, ho was {so
li!ely helped out at the back door, .receiving his
flight the app li cation of the understandings of the com
pany to his obtuse angle, in a half bent posture. The
doors were then faiftened, and Wharton requested the
workmen who chose to remain, to continue :their
work under the new director. in the mean Ulna Pat
terson. in a state of purturberation scarcely to fie de
scribed—with hat off and hail:streamiug, which for
brilliancy almost eftlipsed the rays of the sun, ian a
round and raised, by means of promises of reward,
and otherwise, a posse of some fifteen or twenty uten
to retake possession of the establishment. The new
possessor bad bardlygot his aftangements made, when
Patterson and his party appeared in front of Ruled:Bee
armed for the occasion, and entered by breaking in
the door. They ordered Wharton and his melt to
surrender possession, which they resisted for a while,
but being overpowered by numbers, they agreed to do
so, Patterson agreeing to enter into an arrangement
that would be satisfactory to Wharton. Thus en
ded the affray. Pistols were drawn levelled hy both
parties, but although' there were some tft-Milis and
black eyes, no lives were lost nor blood shed. - .We
understand that Wharton's half of the establishment
was purchased the same day for Patterson. Some
further particulars with which we are acquainted, on
this subject, we defer until our next.
Takirig Me teil at Georgetown, D. C.--On Sa
turdy week, three young females underwent the
impressive ceremony:of taking the veil, before re
nouncing their connexion with the world, and en
tering a life of absolute devotion and prayer.—lt
took plare in the chapel of the Convent of
which was crowded with spectators, and a
great number of Protestants attracted by the nov
elty of the secene. The ceremony was said to be
highly affecting, and made a deep impression on
all. The Metropolitan gives the 'following des
cription of a part of the ceremonies:—
"Atter the irrevocable vow had been pronounc
ed, the Archbishop put the cross and chain, the
sacred symbol bf their profession, on the neck of
each, and afterwards the solemn veil, the
memorial type of their holy life. The mins were I
pronounced 'dead to the world,' and hi solemn
typification of their spiritual decease the Stewly
admitted Sisters severally lay down at their full
length, with their faces to the earth, and as if ac.
twiny dead, were covered completely with a pall,
while all the sisterhood, with lighted tapers in
their hands chaunted their requiem, and the ser
vice of the dead was performed by the priests and
congregation. This over, they were (41114 OM
by the Archbishop, 2resscd in , his full canonicals,.
arid the mitre oo his head, to 'awake in the Lore
—when the pall was removed, and while the
whole editfice resounded with hosanna* of gratu
lation, the buried forms arose, and in the hill dress
of their profession, crowned with virekths of
flowers, and bearing lighted tapers in Il t iptd,
blessingcall of the Archbishop swell* r
of the nuns into whose socicty , they had. en thus
solemnly inargunded.
"The! following arc the names and' %Tea of the
prOfreients, and the conventual by which they ere
to be hereafter distinguished. Mary IlleGerry,
now sister Mary Theodosia, aged 26, Smith Jen
kins, now sister Clara Agnes, aged 16, Olivia
Stonestreet, now sister Mary Fitiomeno, aged 17."
Mr. Brooks, in one of his late letters from
Europe, thus speaks:
"Newspapers are precious and scree. •. The
postage is immense. A stray Galignaol Oin Eng
lish newspaper printed in Paris,) may now and
then be seen, and the sight of one is a precious
treasure; but almost all 1 learn from the United
States is in the little journals of Italy, which are
aSout as large as the eighth-part of the National
Intelligencer of Washington. They tell me the
union is breaking up; that riots and rdwa are des.
olating the whole land; that the allsvce ire rebel
ling, and that a servile war is threatened. Ana
they rejoice loudly, as they hold up this admoni•
tion as the folly of men attempting to govern
themselves. Nothing so much delights them as
this last demonstration, as they call it, of thy im
posibtlity of a republic, even a hen founded under
the best circumstances. The Lynch laws partic
ularly delight them. Tho Mississippi 'gamblers,
Lynched as they were, are nevertheless compen
sated with an immortality in every despot's ;our
nal in Europe. The slave missionaries are wearing
a crown of glory here, as martyrs of a mad de
mocracy. How true all these thing. are, I have
no meansof telling; for all I see is in the little I-
Lathan joarrials, which ars particulady occupied
with such of our affairs as tend to discredit all
republican institutions. And, perhak one °fate
greatest ;pleasures of travelling is try read such
news Drone's own country in a foreign land, par
titularly ;when ill is pi obalde that at least
founded on fact. The emperor of An ia, it is
said, has' seized this oecasibn to inspire is Ital
ian subjects with a horror of all republican insti
tutions, by making it optional with some state
prisoners in Italy—whether they'will choose the
punishment of death at home, or banishment to
the United States!"
A downed Minn.—A Mr. Swift' was killed by
lightning at Hatfield, Mass. a few days since,
while driving his wagon with a ,pair -of horses.
His two horses were killed by the same bolt. It
is singular that - the same vehicle had twice been
previously struck with lightning both i times with
fatal cohscquences to tl.o Mince. About two
years since it was struck, in Hatfield at. and, three
horses killed, at another time it was struck and
two horses kille&—making in all{ sveir-horses
that have been killed in Olio "atrial wigon. It .is
hardly to be wondered attlist "people are almost
afraid to fuse it," as the Hampshire (hzette says
is the cake. •
.50 miles
Hubbard, the person who set fire to the Itintetr .
States Tresury Department at Washington, was
arrctited in this city yesterday. ffe was traced to
this place( by an officer named Keily_whorpspect
cd that he would probably call at the pest office
for letters directed to certain indiiidstabc commit.
nictted the tame to the Pastmasiet, who caused
himlto be arrestod,the moment b ttesented biro
self. He ecmfOrees his guilt a !proodies to
1 1
make known Ms aceemplices ~, N . . Hee, Jabs 10'
Fanny Wright Darisann! ,aitd het him"
band, have been in ibis city for a w e ek
pas;!L—Pket. Hcralit
tea • aurreetli.;enraatis,. • ' '
• Mr: B4NNA!-4-As,..oue oLthe lifters'
at the examin tion of the pupils of Miss I
Clark's' Fermi Seminary', on last Tues
day,l take plikasure in being able to -ex
press throughl' your valuable paper, my
great delight tit the manner in which the
exercises were conducted throughout, and
in so doing, I ittin confident that I do but
speak the united feeling gra highly res
pectable audience. •
Besides thiiclasses iri mental And corn
I mon Arithmetie, Geography, Geometry,
Grammar, ghemistry, Astronomy and
Botany, i wee gratified particularly, with
those on Geelogy, Natural Philosophy,
[ and English and American Instory. The
ending was tine. • •
' - i
--The lesso n Calisthenics is calculated
rn air !mine degree to instruct while iti
delighttu.a -g ceiul address is as impor
tant as aliiitist any ether branch of a polite
education, fofs,without this, neither *the
natural enci4wthents orthe person, nor
the acquirements efAlae mind can be set
forth to advteitage. "-
The whol4 examinati'atv,was particular
ly close and dike creditable'\to the young
ladies, and 14 the ability and faithfulness
of their respected Teacher. \
Jackson and Randolph
remaineknise days at St. Petersburg. His
embassy cost s24,ooo—Mr. Buchanan re
mained bine tnonths—"his -excursion cost
830,0004-14 r. Wilkins staid three months
at the same 4ost—s3o,ooo—Total for one
year and nilne da -9, sB4,ooo—This, re
marks the 4lban Daily Advertiser, was
all done by an ; dininistration that came
itito power oder the flag of "Retrench.
ment and ' efor
A young; girl a
ed with stulli my:
induce a' ma
body. It
.. di
T ag
terminate „by th
pencil an# .Ind'
general pi:
,s .
pliment wits pai
the vocalist, a
Vicksburg, Mi
Soldier's Vaufth
' 15
burg Vorunteer
quest of at coi
Whl i eel- ,
the L ' er
K' t .
n t i
utk. eo
dow eatt..kd the d
1 ,
4 'c.
e ntly struck inossi York,
assavils.--Go. /maul or ito_
ay this to raise wages. Ir
in' give you wages, don't work
la quiet. Make no riots here.
n t ings. COme,„ march home
Div s and ehildren w-ant t you.-
se ages. —N. Y.Poper.
Eloqui , nee.—S
to rho, ter* sah I
1 with Th
your en l iployers ; •
—keep 'borne an;
I don't:aaara
w jai Yon—your
No way this to
We under'
Mayor'' Court
Theatre as a
joice at it, for
mong us yet w
ral courage.
in our eityl, If a
true. The wo
been presented
Nets States.
admission. of
Arkansas, pas
having presio
now signed by
Seven thous
ton every wee 1
The re-41 a
New York is
millions of do
There . aro L I
state of New I
about 30,000 .
A New Y.
city about th ~.
not earn $3O 1
is presumed, • .
and yet it is I.
as it is to be
The Bank 4
agency in P.! '
lie exc./mar
The sditi •
dozen saucy •
calling iis ",
pinion of us
Courter, thi •
the vote of a •71
Pretty e
bo?" Doll
agin. Yon
John• '
of the Un
have ,Joh
a British
Gen. Ja
privy Elau
w York recently di
• s symptoms as to
i examination of the
1 red that her life was
bit of chewing slate
I I ; biller, a practice of
ong school children.
A very pretty corn-
Irs. Edward Knight,
recent benefit, at
pi. She played is the
►nd sang the iolicks
loer Song," at the re
ho were present, and
'he , with
Al Mrs.
wand two
rx ma
th° ma-
...a rah
hat the grand jury of the
'n resented the Walnut street
la, nee. If thia be trite, we te.
11 w a that we have come men a-
, not entirely destitute of ma
:, place is scarcely to,tic found
. emulate which wh'hear be
P, that it. has not long since
bated.—N ila d. [ter.
a Monday last, the bills fur the
• erritors of Michigan and
. a bowie of representatives,
vi..ssed the senate; acd, being
.resident; harq become laws :
. • .n 413 arpexported. from Bos-
Ersonal estate in the state of
ted at five hundred and thirty
it daily newspipera in the
Their circulation is equal to
I . Barg that there are in that
ndred your lawyers who do
abnum,, Pe* mechanics, it
leas tharOdonble that amount,
fashionable tribe a mechanic
ET. States hakitifabliabeti. an
nee for, the purchase. of 4emes.
the Eastern Democrat pots a
ions to us, and concludes with
barrel.•' If he has that
onder he is so fond ofiruniping
!: tiss.--M r; .J. Bliss, of the Pa.
t "Gen. Ihirrison will not get
:. o State in the bnion. - -
"What dat you pic up dere Sam.
_pey." , Welly ut leff 'em down
'em &ire to try yon." . .
Iph once said in the Senate
, , :tataii, that he would rather
t. rshalrs • good opinion than
• .ge of a French Marshal's
amtlton of South Carolina, has
r to the editor of ths_, Charleston
story that he was plotting . to de
, f the eptrunanci of the rutin ar-
Texia# Flag. is a plain
le whits star of five posati t
the letters TM%
me,; Esq. II Comm>.
Airy. ;Thektueliour
'*y and-
a - taeraiate!,,ot,
la the bit.
• -
- - - - -
Aras.—The United States Telegraph
14:Friday says: "Wesaw Col. -din km,Se
cretary or State of Texas,,upoktfie Boor
of "tlie bouitillii4 morning.
.11 - e'4o„ :.-ii*t
ed with great cordiality by hieletmeroui
Col. Reed, the deliverer of the garrison
of the Witillaeoochie Block house, has
challen4ed Gen. Scott. . The offencer,was
a charge of cowardice; advanced ,hy the
latter against the farmer.. A 4,unl is ex ,
From a recent census, it appearsethat
the population of Louisville, Ky. is 24,000;
being an increase of 4000 since last 'year.
The Taunton (3fasig.) Reporter tells the' follow.
mg story of judicial and (we doubt ncit) judicious
interfcrente to prevent a marriage. The idea, of
incompetency to Support themselves; is one of the
finest strokes of political economy that we have.
seen.—What wpuld be done in this; part of the, ;
country, should an inquest of that nature be bold' '
upon all "proposals?" We copy the ertieleg—U.
S. Gas. '
" or not to marry, that', tg‘s question.'"
"Two of the worshipful magistrates of thia
twenty have been engaged. a 'meek of days in
this trying the. question whether a Mtn ,
and woman should be permitted to enter inte the
honorable and responsible estate of matrimony:—
Evidence was adduced as to the competency et *
the parties to support themselves, entitle° s 16
the intellectual capacity of each. The Justices •
and the counsel seemed utterly to Ogren:it:Taber
the fact that they could live upon love—as ug pro.
red in many novels,plays and poems. They ac.a . .
cordingly decided that the parties shonld not be 1 .
allowed to marry—though they could not prevent
•them from living—and thus two fond and atrec.
tionate hearts are forever to be kept asunder by
the stern decree of the law." -
A forty old bachelor who come! almoit every
day to read the marriages in our exchange pa
pers, has Leen looking and laughing at the other
inquiry of the learned magistrates of Tatmten.
virThe intellectual capacity of the parties, which
he says is satisfactorily disprovedby the very act ,
upon which they were entering. Yet that same
bachelor always nibbles a goodly portion of the
wedding cake which he finds on ourAttble. • ..
At Port Carbon, on Su i the
26th June, by Wm. B. Iluil "'Mr.
James Peton, to Miss. Ma - sel,
both of Norwegian towns . !kill
WHEAT the to
ay V 00
• WHEAT 1 40 per
RYE, b
111 M OP 78 ten tspe rbushelindentand. ,
°Airs 45 cents—ready sate •
POTATOES 30 cents perbushelln demand .
CORN-6.5 cents per bushe ) n demand
TIMOTHY SEED-62 00 per bushe4.
FLAXSEED—SIS 3 perburhelizetieroand •
WHISKEY--35 cents per gallon.
BUTTER-1 3 centrpezp000d—ingogslOcenta
EGGS-14 cents per dozen.
LARD-12 centapc r pound.
TALLOW-9 cents per penal). ,
HAMS 13 cents per potted. •
CORN CHOP 65 centuesbustslin, del:can 4.
BACON-12 cents per poiod.
• FEATHERS-40 centdper pound.
'COMMON WOOVO4O Cenutptipaiivid... •
MACKEREL:by the bbl.No .1 .618 50—No .2,37 00
SALT-2 69 per 01. •80pe r bushel .
'PLASTER. as worth s6sopetton.
HAY $l6 per ton.
o of fine
on vile
Fresh . .7 ruffs. Pc.
TUST received and for sale. wholesale and retail.
Ur • Tery low, by the tinbscriber,4 fresh assortment of
Oranges ann Lemon.
'Smyrna Figs
Prunes—frincy and plain boxes
Bunch, Bloom. Sultana and keg raisins
Citron. Cleves, Mace and Cinnamon"
Ground Cinnamon and Ginger •
Sugar. But,er and Water Crackers
An assortment of Confectionaries
Ifard. Soft and Paper shell Almonds
Blanched do •
Tamarinds and Oates
Perfumery, Teeth and Hair Brushes '
Fish-hooks and seagrass line
Violins. Flutes and Fifes
An assortment of Toys, &c.
July 2 33 - JOHN S, C. MARTIN.
I has applied to the Judges ofthe Court ofrommon
Pleas of Schuylkill county, forthe benefit of the seve
ral Acts of Assembly passed for the relieforinsol rent
Debtois, & that the said Judges haveappointed Mon
day the 25th day of JULY next, st 10 o'clock in tho
forenoon, at the Court House, in Orwigsburg, for the
hearing of us and our ereditors,when and where they
may attend if they think prcirter.
July it
Athlete Wanted.-
IiANTED immediately 50 Miners, who are ae•
cawooted to atikirig mat &Ming In reek , to
ct r , in 50a day will be. paid. Also
Wanted SO gat* . jrl6lll - CA I
to whom $1 12i to 81'25 a day will be paid st she
Tunnel and Rock Cutting. on neetion 54 arum Phtl
adeipbta and Reading; Raib Road—good it** can
base eonstant work Cof one year, and wager paid esssc
ry month by JAMES APPLETON.
Contractor: 't
33 1 41
Jane 25, 1836
Housekeeper 1 11404 ted: 5 7
W ANTED a suitable woman ,its housetieeper.
who is capable of *NA. tirtgitotk r in ci a
fatuity. To one who c moping - mcinameaded.
good wages will bo.gitrett.—:Apey at Ali office
. : •
icily 2 . . ... 32-3
Stray : illorari -.1• -'
inAME to th e stable ofthe subScOtstr,.!hetin
na Morris' Addition to Pod").Ule. ozcsoirt
inst. a BLACK MARE. supposed to Mout Or
years old, with* small star to lie, Forehead. Th
owner is-re:mated so cogne-ronno, 14m Do tie'
pay charges aria take her nwp . 7 , fithinstse she' will
sold accosting to law. !, ; • ,-:-: 6 -•,',- , _ ,
i': rAT/OCK! (*Va. •
R° P . "r
rep, R Sae. a 9grrtatellisZeitif :14t*CYOW
Wen rigald 184- MAN. 3t.
I* 2.
!30 0 . 6411 4 4- *ziedden7sa?
,91:1-341S171)pi:a! lin . in Pri
".; ,: ‘ , :. ,• 101iMaa CHAMBERS,
1 2 - • /9 1 41 1 0 ?s!! &net Phila.
Y 38-4
•• trt4e demand.
• R 2 00perewtan dewing
eentaby the Imbi:A—ready